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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 8 April 1887

WOODSIUOK, V.A.. [Enterad at IS Va., at ?m? ? ritllslV. ?PatlL s. I*?s7. Republican C -unty Ticket. For C'oiiiiuoiiw.-Altli ? Attorney i KO ?T. .1. WALK] - SWlff : W. H. WKilITMAV For l'rt.i.?iini : I1KNKY II. C?H TMA\ uity Clerk ; U s. w.vi.M.K. Kur Circoit Clerk : W. W. I.Oi.AV l'..?r C-mmlatiotsers ol lit l)i?trut Dark a;.'t Stonewall : 11. EL HA? ??a? District, (Joliu?toii m??! M.nlisoii:) L. M. HISKV. 3rd District, tAshby autl Lee:) j. A. OSBOBKE. OTJB OFFE?. Books for the Million?All Standard Works. We rail the attention o? our tl the iwlvertisemeiit in anotbi-r coliuim heatltxl "I took? for t tic million." ttooi it carefully uu?l ????? t ture yon can | i tita HSSAID o for th.- ?mi', nothing trashy ?l?oiit UsaM l?o??'? - arc all stand.,' -pillar autliots. Now la I to get tilt- llKKAI I? .1,1?i fM 'books for oiih 1 1*1 tin? op'aorttin'.ty pi??. V?)n ??ill asVW have another such. An Offer Worthy Attention From Every Reader of the Herald. Tim ? Chow b o? ro? ? Uoon l'ui n-, SUKSH...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 8 April 1887

A WOMAN'S WIT. I used to laugh at tho idea that a woman could outwit a man. I used ; to aay that, smart as she might be, ? man with his senses about him j waa smarter still. That she could be detected iu an instant, and that whatever her purpose was she j showed it so plainly in her tace j that no one conld be deceived for a moment. And that as she could go nowhere without attracting at? tention, and ueeded a male protec? tor, whenever she did anything out of the common, such as taking a journey or going out after dark, as she never knew how to dispatch parcels or messages quietly, aud had no idea of the hours ot railway trains, or the way to get anywhere or do anything legally, the man who suffered himself tobe outwitted by her was little short of an idiot. I have altered my mind now. I have been the guardian of Miss Matilda Middlebury lor twent.?. -one years, and 1 revoke all that I have aaid. A woman cannot tie up a parcel, get to an unknown part of the world, cut anything with a...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 15 April 1887

J r VOL ?7. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, AIMtll? 15, 1887. NO. II ISPfBUbbK.l) WKBSI V IIY rn i in-:rali? con i* - > y Hull u? a ni. a h ?ri? per year payable In ?i im,;; raaj ras ifc '"r "' ::?rj,e?l ?itliout rail any case. All.'..: naturel will !,.? insertar? '"". HI till?. IHK UKK.VI.l? ?OB "11-' i? loiui.iet.i m artsy iseaaet. i ? - i.tliue aii'l sb ? tweaa BaiaToad soil M LEMUEL BORD ai ? )uM:v at law, WiMiusi.H k, : Vu: -, l'uni?! Hi. ?ir uesr wind, ut-aii'O or.iut'e ??-.. i.? .lav. IM.t.v ? UOBT. KSIOM?H! knkk. ATTORNEY AT LAW, ' Kl'INHl K?.. BH1 VlNl'IIAH ! " Will prscti .1 adJoioltiK eo . alatteutloii to Collection ol I No?, it,'-. i lu/ Commissioner In ??. N. MayMIS. : .1 A MKS C. BAKER IIVUIt'N A IM >V I>. Piactice la? Khenandoah a: of e?u - se.a anil . i: in Court lli.u*? Yard Addre*. JA*. ?'. U\U\ M?v -?? II II I . . I. \W VYOOMTOOK, - - VlBGlSl L. Will practii??? .nul m the i usf i i I :lb llKiitl.l.. VA* I?. L BOH " ? AiTni'.NKYS AT 1 ' \ i. _ win p ? ouutie....

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 15 April 1887

I1 ? IS PVBU8UX0W aBKLT B? TB E HERALD COMPA.N Y WOODSTOCK VIROINIA, FRIDAY. APRIL 13, 1S87. ^^^mt^oumm^o^ouommommmoummm^^^mm^ommwmmft i ? 0RJ6INAL AND BORROWED. A Woodstock correspondent of the Baltimore ?Si./? savB : A Repub? lican Convention of Shenandoah connty nomiuateil a fnll county ticket favorable to Mabone over Ridileberger, and adds that this is the home of Riddleberger. Give us time to draw a long breath. Governor Lee ha? pardoned Wm. R. Smith, who was sent to the pen? itentiary tor two years some months since for embezzling state funds.? The pardon was granted on the certificate of the physician that Smith was hopelessly diseased, and further confinement would hasten bis end. The State legislature of Connect icnt has passed a law prohibiting the opening of saloons before seven o'clock in the morning. This en? actment will be a severe blow to citizens who require an early con? stitutional bracer after a night of hilarious joy. R. A. I'etiick ot Halifax county, Va.? write...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 15 April 1887

WOOD?TCOK, VA. [Entered at the Petrt I Vs., a? eoouii-clss? mal FftllktY. A!*..?., m. 1SS7. Republican Cuniy Ticket ' -7 Fm C')tiiii,i,iiw?iiii; - ?OIT. .). ?WALKER. I l -1,,-lilV: ST. 11 \Y 11.Ill MAN l',,l I i? j.iil? i : HENRY II. COFI ' lor Coaatj ( WAi.kki;. 1 ..r I ir?uii Ch-rk ? w u IOQAS For CouiDsiasiobelt of tb( la; DiaUii I "'one?,?all : 11. II If M S M . U M BI9EY. ?JrU U, J. A " OUR OFFER. Books for the Million All Standard Works. .1! the Kttcnl tbe ad eolumu beaded ''IliHiks fn- " Head ? ? lull?/ ami ?ee ? ture you can . mes: ;. lu- Hekai,i? .. book. : l An Offer Worthy Attention From Every Reader of the Herald, i RUS8I IS of all .?.. Is a bai ', MeanM -.?Ml. l)At'(.H!' itiil ,?f ami imitation. " i ' ? tls, gui'lin?; WolD.l,' - Mid f\? nal m to build. II ? 1 sb-?l I M . - THE PHAI OCAL HOrSEKl AND LADIES' Fll Ibis prartir.il boon t. rra?l it. It Im? . be u.a.. ami it-- < oecssi It varied departments. Il n -. trate.1. Pabl A C? . rVtsMai, M . year. Fsrran . Tatst h a...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 15 April 1887

HAD HE A HEART? BY A. D. BAILIE. ;ired r.ow, and sleepy too, .0 lay nie in my litt 1? -?mg, anil then shu >Dd rubbed herejes. .no, if I liad you I ?I comb your little bead for yon with a three-legged stool, I I, you rascal. Two o'clock In tlu rimming, packing not half done, iiml your precious wife witb ber ' Tims groaned aleepy, tired little lletitietta Moore (nee "Henrietta , professionally known as Henrietta Milleaturoli, late of tbe-Theatre. A little over seventeen years of mlit but perfect In form, with a para, fresh complexion, blooming I cheeks, clear, blue eyes, aud move - "i li if, undulating grace and t flowing ease, with ii r?gulai featuies uitil i-liiiugetul expression, which . would have delighted an artist ami driven a photographer to despair, sprightly little beauty to gladden the eyes of those who loved a good, pietty tutu. ..?oui iu which she waited I'm- her husbaud was by no means tidy. Two half packed trunks stood upon the bed and floor ? .1 coats, shirts and sk...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 22 April 1887

A VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK, VI1U?INIA. FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1887. NO. 12 IS PCBLISHKD WESKI.Y BY rnE HKRALP COMPA?Y Subscription. OaaDoixat !??* mi ) per year payable tu a?l\ m Hutacriptious mit ] -ml ?t tiSM ?er hihi; tna> ruii th.uo months for rs> poaaslbla parties, t hat time I I ill lu; char-ftd without variance in any case. All communications of a ?liictly private nature will be inserted only a? aaiSliisa menta. THE HERALD JOB ul-TICE, i? complete in ri.n f-pfet. Editorial room, l>u>iiie tween Bailroad and Main street?. LEMUEL BORDEN, ATIOKVKV AT LAW, Wiwaaim s. : VumijUa. OvFica,?KiMim No. ?*, Burner Building, in m nrar wlneli hi? can be found all day oi day. [ M.i> I ?OUT. l'.SiOM.l.n'M.l', AX Al rOKMEl W LAW, Kdinbi'i.?!. mh s . Va. Will praeti? ?? in tl hlbeuau doati ami adj. iniug cou ? llstlt-lltll.il !' Nur. S, - L?i... Comminsioiier in Ubancory, Mt. 3acu* 'n . - ? Vi May II IM.-1*. tl I A MKS r BAKER, Jb?, ?I lIVill-.N ?V II? > V l>. Im. tic? law in p.rtt Sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 22 April 1887

StttNAflftOAtt 4t?tM?U> urctuiBiDWiuiYtr THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA FRIDAY, APBI1? ?a, IHS7. ORIGINAL AND BORROWED. The bill passed by the legislature giving the several treasurers anil collectors of taxes due the State until September, 1887, to collect the taxes for the year 1886, has been approved by the Governor, and is now a law. Robert W, Gatewood, a graduate of the Naval Academy and a son of Rev. Robert (?atewood, of Norfolk, Va., committed suicide on tbe steamer Carolina on last Friday morning between Old Point and Norfolk. Mr. Flourney, Secretary of the Commonwealth, sara, "any d??part ure from the Ttiddleberger bill will be suicidal to the .state." Mr. itofliu, the Second Auditor, says "this settlement is the only one the State can afford to make, and if it be not adopted the bonds will be forfeited." The pet goat of Mrs. Cassidy of lioxbury, Mass., isdead. His death was due to tbe tact that he could't resist the temptation to butt his mistress as she was ben...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 22 April 1887

Sxt-EflMWOM KIWI* WOODS?COK, VA. [Entered at Um l'est Office,at W? Va., at ?.'ciuid-tla.? nal FUll.tY. ?\"M?l!, M, IN-.7. Republican County Ticket. Election Tlnii-V..... For Coranionwi'iiltl, s ?tfamsey : ROBT. .1. W.M.KI.i: ' i-l ill': W. H. WHillTMAN. For I'r? .?-tir? i : HKNKV H. ('(>! 1 For County Clerk : ! | WALKKK K(,r (?nuit I W. W. 1.0..AY For ( ' 1st llla.1l., t I . -'?.ill H. II MAI S. ??nd Disti ! L. M. HlsKV. M Dh J. A. ? OUR OFFER. Booka for the Mill.or? AU Standard Work?. the advert ??'tuen* it carefollv and ????? ? ture you cu:: |< one ?'ear for t nothii.; ' in all -?.. ? liook? for on',', opport'.i An Offtr Worthy attention From Every Reader of the Herald. - ' \ - '? : SI of all ame? wl '.? a hanilMiiue. pnr*, tereati'.. ? trated. DAUGHTERS OF -Wl : inll of nuefu'- ? and im* . cradle rule? tlie WOI tie, Kuidiui: woman', pap* ' .-iii.l exalto! i to bmld. Haa '- ? !:?h?'d iiiontl, Maine. THK PRACTICA AND LAPIrV FIB - Thi. pta boon to nil ka - read it. It fi> n...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 22 April 1887

"OLD IS, COLS;' ?Weil, T do declare, Mr bina ! So yooVe beeu up to Haiii ville, and never let a soul of in know about "Oh,'' said Mrs. Stebbius, as nbo alighted from a wagon at !. ?loor, ami shook hands with .Miss Naylor, who happened to ho pass ui'*, '? "'Hi set?, I ??nl?, went Ibr a day and a light, so didn't thinl; It WOrttl wlnh' ti> advertise it on thochufch door'. 1 wanted to boy some dry goods and kitchen things, and n cheaper iu Harnville tlian in a little place like this. And be? sides, there's my niece, Maria, whom 1 hadn't seen since her last baby was born, and she and the baby both in poor health. So I thought I might as well go np, and so kill two birds with one stout'." "To-be-s lire 1 And how did yen linn Maria and the baby ! And how aie all tho folks in Harnville P '?Will, i w.is glad to find thi'in two looking pretty smart and ?pry ; and as tor the rest, i didn't hear of ans body being sick or in trouble, nnle?s 'tu?is old Mrs. < "Ah' Bo old Mrs. Cole's said M...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 April 1887

YOL. 67. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1887. NO. 13. ta ruBUgacD wxaxi.v by TH R HERALP ?'OMP AN Y Siibecrlption, On? Dollar anda halb : per year payable in advance. Subscription? not [aid at time of sub-I ?t-r l.uitj may ruuih.i-u month? for re? poii-.?ible parties. Hut atlor that time ; ???.OU ?rill be charged without variance in ? auy case. All couiiuuuicatioii? of u strictly private nature will be inserted only as advertise? ments. THE HERALD JOB OFFICE, i? complete in every respect. Editorial room, business office anil ?team pi. ! ween Railroad anil Mam streets. *B ?? LEMUEL BORDEN. Al loKNl.V AT LAW. WooimrocB, \ii:,.iMA. OvviCB,?KiK)iu No. a, Hiiinti Building,Id or near which he MB be fourni all day ??! nearly or nuite ev?-r\ day? pollT. B.8TON?BUKNEB, ?A A I I'nt'NKY A I KDlNatl'lU?. SlIKNAM'DAH ? ,'.. T V Will practice m th?? court* of Shctiuii doah and adjoining counties. Special attention to Collect ion of ' laini?. Not.;*. -. I li:i?i.Kir. ???., la Commissioner ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 April 1887

Ui*uaU8RXi>waaKLT by THE HERALD COMPAN Y WOODSTOCK. VIH".MA FB1DAY. APRIL 2?, IHH7. ..^^saaa?a , , aa I MMMl AND BORROWED. The cyclone has uo sectional prejudices. It is now making itself m ranch at home in Missouri, Ken? tucky and Ohio as in Minnesota, or as, of late, in Virginia. The Supreme Court of Appeals, in the case of Chartin vs. Lynch, holds that the law of libel gives a man the right to use insulting lan? guage in a paper in reply to an in? sulting card. We learn from the i'ichmond State that Detective Oan Wren, of that city, died Saturday raorniug, in his 54th year. He was a mem? ber of the police torce for many years, and tor a long time connect? ed with the detective agency of his brother, ?lohn Wren. He leaves a family Mr*. Polk, the widow of las. K. Polk, tenth President of taM State?, is over eighty years of age, but she is in good health and she possesses a memory of unimpaired vigor. She residen in the old Polk homestead at Nashville, Tenu., a large, roomy, two-...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 April 1887

Woodstc?k, va] [Entered at ii.- il?tock, Va., a? ????onil-< ?, F1U1>\Y. t.l'1.1?. MX, 1SS7. Republican Coun-y Ticket Kleeti'm I Foi Chum .1 .... \ : I'M . | |; w. ii un.hiv.w For ! : I! INK'. II Foi Co lor l w v.' :. 1st DUtrial pai - .??I : l!. I! HAI S. ? L. M. HlsEV. ;lr<l l? - J. A ' OUR OFFER. Hoofca fer the- M..!.-?,?Ail Standar-i Works. ? - I In Offer Worthy Attention From Every fleadtr of tht Harald. - V ' by : tr.ited. fn:i ? aad - WOII . ? ' l !,.- prai ? aetiaalf trate?! PARU This h:.: voted to the I ? Mttadaati - parlin." t. II ? Portland ? ,r in a!- I ? all wh" ? - ANNOUNCEMENTS. We on - press ? ?ni loi ma-iiier - ? - iny ?'????? ? ?fir . i?' fo ii ?.'ai w| I,. MAN 'lotlM.' ?helai ' 1 )epe* V BLY. I re?.-, if.,:: .lu?ate..r tb? K<.vl?,r Aabl ? l.er? l?K?rl)ini lo Hri'i-der?. Bhenudoah lad Hazel Bashaw will make tbseiasoi? of I-- k, Va., on MotxJt- ?..?. M nk-ut on Wedi??iav, April Laraj on Thorny a WA and 29th, and? su every tnn\ ingJnly'!. Bond ft catalog'!...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 April 1887

"STOP THE SHIP.' It was a dark, moonless night, in the middle ot December, and the ris ing wind was whistling iu the rig? ging and piping among the taut shrouds of tbe steamship ?Sardinian, a-? she plunged through the Atlan? tic surges, homewaid for Liverpool. The sloping decks were silent and deserted, save for the figure of the o.lieer on watch, pacing suddenly up and down bet?re the wheelhouse and a little group of saloon pas sengers clustered under the lee of the starboard lifeboat on the quar? ter-deck. There was some half dozen of us in all. Two fair Cana? dians on their way to spend the holidays in the '-old country ;" a ?souple of young "subs.," comiug home on leave from their regiment in Halifax aud one other careless pleasure seeker, like myself, return? ing from a visit to the Far West,? We had been whilingaway the even iug by singing glees and telliug stories, until the quartermaster striking five bells?10:.'U> o'clock warned us that lights would soon have to be put o...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 6 May 1887

YOL. 67. WOODSTOCK. Yll?CIMA. FRIDAY. MAY 6, 1887. NO. 14. 18 PUBUsnr.I) WKXXI.T BY TO ? HERALD COM P Subscription, O.sk DotJUB anda halk per year payable La . Subscriptions not | ?id ut time of ?ub ?er hing may runth.ee iiiuiiili? l'or tc $?".00 ?rill h? charg?-<l ?.it'll..!.' ?..niante la any cane. AU oouiinuuication? "f a ?tr.tly '.rivale nature will be inserte?! only as adveitii.?? manta. TUB UKRALU JO? Oil [I i? complete in every respect. Editorial room, business office ami ?team pu tweeu Kailroail anil Mam - ROBT. E. SIONI:i;i knfi:. Al 1? iK.NKV AT LAW, El>INllt"K(l. SlIKVANIinAlI In.. V v. Will practice in tin? OOOrtaol - ?loah ami adjoinm,; ? ?1 attention toColli i I Nov. ?, -, Commissioner in t'hancory, a.m> Nui Uli i lia.ir. Id 1. lAOBSON, - - VlSOIM'A. v.? :| -? ,,. it ? I AMES C. BAKER, Jr., -WI'IH DAltTOM a i < ?. I?. '?rartlor !?? in Kl.aii.ud,Mill ami '.'?*. at ?acli uiamt.ar i.f it.a iin- ?.. na?. alitru.trd to (!.,-iii. Orrit-B ID Court lloit.a Varil, W...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 6 May 1887

U r?BUSBED WBBKLT BY THE HERALD COIHPAN Y WOOD-STOCK, VIRGINIA FB1DAT. MAY ?, ls>7. Frank H. AlTrien? is M Such is the headline that journ? alists in Washington have given to thin announcement. It carries deep grief to a household who loved him lorhiB virtues, and never were equal to the task of ?scolding him for his laults, which were slight, and always to be condoned. Frank, farewell, lives that have been stranger? to tears are now bedewed. Rest. ORIGINAL AND BORROWED, As man; as a hundred ?tiaiiings of the earth a day have been regis? tered in New Zealand. Tbe cyclone must now take a back seat. Tbe time has come when the spring tiood gets in bis work. A mitrailleuse is being tried in the Austrian army which will fire a thousand bullets in ninety sec omis. Rut'us F. Davis, a prominent citizen of Henry ooui'ty, commit? ted suicide last Saturday by shooi? ng himself through the bead. A man in Rurlingtoo, Vt., kissed a strange woman at tbe depot in place ot bis sister, and she mad...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 6 May 1887

?HtNMDOMf T\tMU) _WOOD8TCOK, *V?A?. [Ei?tem? at t?e Post O?ke, at Woodstock, Va., a? -ocoiiti-clas? ma< 1'RIDAV, MAtYJ t, |SST. Republican County Ticket Electiou Tlmrstla?,, Mav MU, 1--7 For Commonwealth ? Attorney ? ROiiT. J. WALK] ? W. H. WIGHTMAS. For l'ri.ai?.i: HKNKY H. COI: For County Clerk : - WALKE!'. For Circuit ' W. W LOi.AV I >r CommiMioner? of t ? l?t District (Davis an.I Stonewall : H. H.HA -'?ad District. 'Johnston am! Madison I L. M. BUI i>rd Distri?;, J. A OUR OFFEF. Booka for the Million All Standard Worka. the a?' ? headed "Itook? fur ?M million it carefully aud ?oe what I ture j-i?u can get along ?it?, tb? one year tor t ' nothing tia.hy ?!?<' ' ' lut.at |Mi|nil,ir iiutlii.i ?. Now tu /?ft itit- Haa?VJ D B?Vd ??' ? iHH.ki. lor aulj two dol?an ..piairtuin' aii'ither.uch. An Offer Worthy Attention From Every Reader of the Herald. V.l. K CbKNI I aURSHIKl ? of all at - i? a handaoine, pan ter.--' | an I '0 CsU' trated. liAtt.iiri bj fall of ueefaln??.? and...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 6 May 1887

f?ECONG?LED. BY E. II "My darling siBter?snrely I m; ?call yon so, for I love you as deai as though we were both of the oat mother?why are you bo averse Horace Walpole ? lie loves jn tenderly and truly, and his is n a nature to love lightly ; it is t love of his life. His eyes hold t you a depth of feeling that wou prove your glory, if you would o ly look upon him with half the 1 vor you bestow on Walter Grar Clare, why will you not see mo clearly ? Why tempt Fate to be u kind to you T" "I have listened to you very p tiently, Mary, because, I belie' that you love me and wish me ha pineas, but your words are wor than thrown away. I can i.ever i turn the affection Horace Walpo lee's for me, if, iutleed, he feels ft? because 1 do not even like him." "You have kuown .Mr. Walpole little less than six months, ?.lar and from the first you haveeviuci a decided aversion to him. 1 ca not understand in what you feel r pelted, for he is gentlemanly, cou teous, and I can see beneath thi calm ext...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 May 1887

VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY. MAY 13, 1887. NO. 15 IS FOBLlgBBD WBJBXLT BT TFIE HERALD COMPAN Y Svb?srlption, Onx Dollab and a half per year payable iu advance. 8ube)criptione not ?aid at tune of sub ?cr bina may runth.ee months for re pouuible partie?. Hut after that time $4.00 will be oharged without variance iu any case. AU communications of a strictly private nature will be inserted only a? advertise THE HERALD JOB OFFICE, i? ??tap?ete in every Mfl room, business office and ?team presses be? tween Kailroad and Main streets. 1.1 ? ? - ROBT. E. SIUNT.IU'UNKU, ATTORNEY IT LAW, KUINBL'KU, ShKNANOOUI < '<>.. \'A. Will practice m the courts of Sfienau doah and adjoining count ? - Special attention to Col ieet ion of Claims. Nov. 3, '*4-ly. Commissioner in chancery, A.Nl) NO I AK? I I.ULIC. Mt. Jackson. ? ? Virginia. May II -??.-It. If fames c. baker, jr.. *} -?nu IIAllTON ?St II? ?V I). ??rartlee lew in partnership iu Ibr I Sheasodoak sud fait lb" tereoiial attend n ?...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 May 1887

?TftlMNDOAft ff?ttA10 isitbushkdwckkly by fHE HERALD COMPAN Y ^sssm WO?DSTOCX, VIRGINIA - t'BIDAY, MAY 1?, IfOJB?. 0RI6INAL AND BORROWED. Philadelphia capitalists are ar? ranging to start a $300,000 cotton factory at Roanoke, Va. A skilled workman is rarely ont ' of a job. Young men should member this. Learn a goo?l trade, and you will always have employ? ment at good wages. An account is given cf a young man in Lincoln, Cal., who is pos- ; .?eased of eyes peculiarly resem g those of an owl. His sight perfect in davlight. bot In thedark .rht be readily distinguishes objecta ent! rdina ty even. Here is a sample of the workiug | of a big real estate l?oom in S ??An enatern man who recently ! went to Topeka was taken a long dintnnne into the country by *a renl a agent who began showing a number of Topeka lors." "Are we stil! in Topeka ?" tbe str?ng?': ask ed, loosing aronnd over the prairie. ??(>!i j'en, tbio locality is convenient to business." the age "I was in Wichita the other d...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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