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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 May 1887

8*f??fAN?OAtt mui?> WOODBXCOK, \a. [ Entered at the Host QsllB, at Woodstock, Va., as econd-clas? matter. FK1I>AY. HAi lit. isst. Republican County Ticket Klectiun ThuimUy, M.v sOtts, M87. Kor Couiu.iiiiHraltl. | At;. K<" ER W. H. WIOHTMA.N For i ; -, ;ntv Clerk : L. 8. WALKEK r',?r Circuit I W 07. LOGAN. r'*r C<>?nni;iaioDera of th? I tat District ! Dav Ii H. H. HA' . Johnston ati.l Ma. - !.. M. sTosOR. kabby aii.l Loi J. A I - OTJR OFFIR. Books for th? Million?All Staudsrd , Works. We is?'i ?lie BtSBSaaal the advertiatniaot m SOtthj? Read irefulrv and m? sthat a BMI ture you can g.-: , one year for tin- - notb us trashy about aaVBM esBsaka. ere ail standard work* by i . moat popular ant to get ibc BSSU .. - opportun An Offer Worthy Attention From Every Reader of tht Herald. - \-HINE lor of all age? ?boat is a hanilaowi* ; tereating paper ; it is pablisbad bioi bv E ' sraO DAI lull KKS OK AMKRH I foil of usefulness ut an u cradle ralea the world," throe... .. ? oiat....

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 May 1887

AN ?NEXTEL7FED RESl BY HELEN FORREST GRAVI "Mary! Mary!" Th? landlady'? voice echoed i 1? down the deserted hallway c King's Gross hotel. Deserted, we aay, for st this of the year little traveling pa age was vouchsafed to King's C The postmaster boarded at hotel, and the town clerk bi room there, and the farmers tl there of market days (which rasse once a week), but the or of a real tire guest from the nu ststion, four miles away, alwayi ated a flatter. King's Cross was a dreary i hamlet, scattered, in an inc< qnent fashion, along the raj Maryland coast, with a round li boose, whose eye of revolving fl glared wickedly oat to sea of stc nights; there was a bathing be more or less washed away by capricious tides, and an irreg street of old stone bouses and w en cottages. There was a post office, a vil store, and on ancient stone cha whose graveyard, on a steep t hill, seemed to be slipping d< the bank, ia a succession of i terraces, until its downward eoi was promptly arrested b...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 May 1887

VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, I'lUDAY. .MAY 20, 1887. NO. Hi ?*?lMflDO/.f. Hs.*3AU> UfDBUSHaUWBKKLT BY ?Ml E HERALD COM ?' AN V .Subscription, Osb DoLLau anda haj.f per year payable iu advance. Subscriptions not | aid at time of aub acr Wiug may runtb.-eo months for ro r?aasible parties. But after that time ?.00 will be charged without variance iu any case. All communication? of a atriotly private natura will be inserted only as advertise? ments. THE HERALD JOB OFFICE, la eomplete in every respect. Editorial room, business office and steam presses be? tween Railroad and Main street?. ROBT. B. 8TONKBURNER, ATTOKNKY AT LAW, EDINBl'KU. MILNANDOAlt CO.,Vat, Will practice in the courts of - doata aud adjoining eoaul Special attention to Col:. Nov.:,, '-4?ly. LnuLMsrs m.. Ill ?. : LSW, Commissioner iu Chancery, AM' Ml. JACKMI.N. * - Vl.'tOINlA. MarllS.-lt.il i IJAKKR ?I -.wnu It v 111 o.N .v i:? . V U. Vractlce law id partoeretilp la tbr ebeasBdoah nd Im-. IL- ?aesrjssl ?taasBttos at e...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 May 1887

?tttNANDOM ?ttMLs. !?PUBLIWHJ'.1~>WKBKLY BT THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY. M*.Y SO. ISH7. ORIGINAL AND BORROWED. A recent Washington letter con? tains this interesting statement : Mrs. Cleveland* lady friends say tbsy do not expect lier out for some little time. Lady (in grocery storei?"Let me bare a pound of batter, please." Clerr fwbo used to tend in cigar store)?-'Mild or strong :"?//<.??? ? Basar. The Wy the vi 1U- says: -Mr. J. Eli Kider while ont hunting in the wood? near this place on Thursday morning last, killed four squirrels at one shot." Senator Morrill says the republi? can party is in excellent shape and can elect either Sherman, Allison, or Elaine in '88? Ile says it is too soon to tell who will get the nomi? nation. Nine thousand walnut tress, standing in the counties of Lee, fcJoott and Wise, southwestern Vir- j gmia, near the Kentucky line, have | lieen sold to a firm :n New York, tor twelve dollars each, I having beeti paid on the transac? t...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 May 1887

WZHAWOM mu?* WOODSTCOK, "V..V. [Entered at the Post ( MaVaa, ai w.iulitock, | Va., aa 'eooud-olas* matter. FRIDAY. ntV M, I ??ST. Republican County Ticket. Eleotiou Thursday For Coinnit.' K'iliT. J. WALKKi:. - ? -1 i-i W. H. wicniM For Treasurer : HENRY H. C<>Ki For Comity Clerk 1 | WALKER. W. w. i." For Commissioners of th* 1st District, Davis aud Stonewall : II II. BAVH. 2nd Diatricl, (Johnston ami Made* M HISEY. 3rd District, . Ashby ami Lee: J, A 01 OTJTt OFFER Booka for the Million?All Standard Works. We call the attention of .mr readers to the ailvertis.il eut in aV%athei culuttto beaded "Hooks fi.r I Read it carefully and nee ??lia*. ? ture yon can jet a!"' i I one ?ear for the ?nui of ?'-' nothing trashy ab? are all stanila most popular autboiM. Now la tl to get the HraiAi.n un booka foT on!;, tvrad opportunity pa> BUOtbe: An Offer Worthy Attention From Every Raedor of the Hirald. .111.11 K . ?? I DJ] of all agea whose hear? ie a handaome, pure, aaeful am', most n t...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 May 1887

BY ROSE B. KANK. "I shall be so glad ?hen I comea in," and Polly arose an mor? coal in tbe stove. "It w a wild night" Jnat then the heavy door s open, and a graft', though k looking man eutered. "Have yon a nice fire, little Bad night, tonight. Yon can the wayea a-dashiug upagaini rocks and the wind roars. I'm wa have onr little snug plac night. I've brought op tbe B papera." "I'm so glad yon are in, fa dear. I worried about yon. ia all ready now ; I pity anyon to-night." "1 do, too. Tolly. You mus worry about yonr old daddy, haa faced lots ot these gales able lor many more. Let? onr aupper." Polly toot her place oppositi father. Bright, impulsive V tbe one gleam of sunshine in old father's heart. These two so mach to each other. To Polly this big grutV man a king among men. He was fa! friend, teacher?everything to ly. They were very popula thia little tillage by tbe sea. It waa considered a "likely and "Old Dan Harrow a very ? er fellow."1 Their home waa beantitul ; far from it, be...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 May 1887

VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK. V mo IMA, FRIDAY. MAY 27, 1887. NO. 17. is mjblwbbd ?mil y ar ff! B HRRALP COMPANY Sabecrlptioo, On? Doll.ak anda halp i iser year payable iu advance. Sabeeriptioua uot | ?id at time of ?ul>- ' ?cr'biuc ?say runth.ee mouth? for re- : poussible partie?. But after that time j $??00 ?-ill be charged without variance in i any eae?. . , 111 communication? ol a strictly private ? natara will be inserted only as advtrtifce aaSBSt TH1 HERALD JOB 0FF1?. E, i a eoaaplet loom. t?ua. leta in every respect. Edit-orial .aaiaeaa oftke and steam puesce b* Railroatl and Man. street*. ROBT. E.SrONKHl KM I: ATTORNEY AT !.AW, EWBBDBO, SHtSANDOAH CO., VA. Will practice in the court? of Sbeuati deeea and adjoining counties, laaaial attention to Collection of Claim?. No*. 3, 'Sa-ly. ITBIfLKTl. ja., J* ATlOllNIT AT LAW, Ossamissioner in f haucery, AND SOTAKV t-l 111.10, Mt. Jackson, ? - Virginia. step ?at?is ?f TAJIKS C. BAKER, Jr.,p r| -bub ?? ?TAsVaSTOM .v n??Yl). Caelke lew in par...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 May 1887

UF?BU8HKDWBXXLT BY THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK, VIRO INIA FRIDAY, MA? 26, IHH7. ADJOURNMENT OF THE LEGISLATURE. Richmond, May 21.?The Legis? lature atljourue?l at noon to ?lay. The (louse passed a resolution defeated a few days ago, allowing the committee clerks $50 extra compensation for the extra session. All of the bills passed have been signed by tbe Governor. Both houses passed bill appro? priating JT'J.OOO to wounded and disabled ex-Confederate Boldiers. ORIGINAL AND BORROWED. Sam Jones is supporting four young men at a college in Geor? gia. There are 1^000 female students In the colleges of the I'nited States. >enator Davis of West Vir? ginia, now worth *2o,<Mrt..<Hrti, was I once a railway bnikeman. Now, had he been a conductor in the "good old days'" there would be nothing remarkable in tlie story, Sam .Iones and Sam Small, the ' icvivulists, are daily and nightly addressing great audiences in the F.xpoaition building at Minneapolis, tbe capacious hall being inad?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 May 1887

WOOD8TCOK, VA. [Enlatad at tbe Poet U?tier, at Woodttock, Va., a? econd-cla?? matu-r. PKIOiY. n\\ ?II. I??s7. OUR OFFER. Books for the Million -All Standard Works. .Wecallthe attention of mir latiere te the advertisement in another column beaded "Hooks for the million " I??-:i?l it carefujlv and sue ?hut ?t ajaaa af litara ture you can get along wjth the lliiivii? one year for the ?nui of BBSS Tinte is nothing trashy about thee aval are all standard work? l.y the best und moat popular authors. Now is the time to get tbe Hkrai.o and forty Sv? splendid liooks for only two dollar?. Don't let this opportunity pase. You will never have another such. Ar Offer Worthy Attention From a-vtry Reidor of tho herald. Yura Choice ok fOSS Seas PiVti Free. -MINK : For youth ; also for tboea of all asea v. hotte heart? are not ? 1* a handsome, pure, useful and most in? teresting paper ; it in sanaBakal monthlj bv E. C. Allen & Co.. AasaaSs? Maim -, it 50 cents per year: it is handsomely illus? tr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 May 1887

CHRISTIMW DUE ?Pretty Christie B?rge? wi daughter oi tbe widow with ? I boarded. I waa a confie!? fr*end of bot? mot ber an?! dan reed knew that, like n.\nelf, had known better days, i where in California there w Uncle Charl.nl, Mrs. Barges?' b ?r, who woaid keep then, they ?are, had he known their eii ?tances, bat whose addresa coold not tell, and who knew ing ot their having left their to handsome home. Some ot Mrs. Barges?' fc friends had visited her and o them, Mrs. Wbartou had Christie an invitation to a | at her hoase. As soon as it positively decided that she < not go, because a new evening < could not be thought of, I res? apon the awful extra?aganc presenting the j -retty girl w dress. It was worth it all to see C tl? when I called her to my : on the afternoon of the eve: day and introduced her to tbe fi apread oat apon my bed. "I have some jewels here, Ci tie, I run going to lend yon for evening,*' said I. "Ob, how pretty and bow o she cried. "Were they madi order, M...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 3 June 1887

amloal, .<.r VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK. VIHOINIA. FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1887. . ta* irnip unnr riniiT IB pi.'BMr-BKI? f 'TILT BY 1 N Y 8nb?. 1 ?!. AM. A Mil K pur 3 ear payable in ... ?cr bin. i.i.iv ran I .11 tlll'C $-?.()u a ,11 lu- ohargvd with - any coae. All coniiiiu; nature will be um.-rteii only a? I menta. THE HKI'.VI.D JOB OFFH F., *? ?Mlliplcto I . loom, busmen? ollict? ?uni si . : ?vreu 1. Rol'T. ?: STONEBURNER, LAW, Kl'iNHl RO, -*it? *- . Va. Will practice ?i, 11 Commission? t I?. it v i: i ? ? N . lOVU?. : i i l. \Y(.i>:.^ Will pi ' ' i i ? ' w w I ) ' ? ? W I . Miy 7 D ! I. J. - D" B. P. MA IM 1!? , l??ntl- a. i ? LIFE OF J. B. JETER, D. D., i/ />. By \ HEB, I'. l'? Ai.. ED. A'l'i Il M WHAKTO!, 4 Sermons and Addresses John A- Broadus, J). D- IjLD. AGI - i!. M. WHAR1 E. J. MILLER & CO., China, Glass & Queensware, No fl.T? Kin?; ?ilMM'l. AKKXAM'KIA. - VII' any! I ..n.I ?? V"'l . YOU Blacksmithing. Ha ?land, ! in all i 1 will I - i : ' aprl. ' K,li"i' lil? Miiuw? ??rn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 3 June 1887

HT??n*?l???'?f'?l .-.a-,-,-.?? lSrOBUSHBDWBXXLT BT PEE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIROINIA. FRIDAY. JIM. 3, 1887. A Woodstock correspondent of Ihe Baltimore Sun of April 6 says : A republican convention of Shen rtndoah county nominated a full county ticket favorable to Mahone ?ver Riddleberger, and adds that this is the home of Kiddleberger. Woodstock, Va., May 27.? Koontz, democrat, ?a^lected treas? urer of Shenandoah county by T'.U majority : Walker,republican, coun tv clerk by ?_' ?1 majority: Baker, democrat, for Commonwealth's at? torney, by 299 ma i.i.ti . Miley, demoerat, by 83 majority, for sher iff, and the three commissioners of revenue are in doubt. The defeat of several republican candidates in Sbenandoah county, who were Mahone men, is attribut? ed bv the republicans to Senator Riddlebercer's influence. The Sen? ator has l?een absent in "Wasbiiis ton for over a week, and did not re? turn to vote, as he could not in? dorse the republican ticket or sop port the democratic....

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

WOOD8TCOK, VA, [Entered st the Poet Office, at Wooditock, V?., m ?ascond-cla?? metier. FKIOIY. JIM. :?, ISS7. OTJH. OFFER. Books for the Million?All Standard Works. We call the attention of our leader? to the advertisement in another column headed ' Rook? for the million" Head it carefnliv and ?t*e what a ma*? of litera? ture you can get aloii?; with the Hkkai I. one jear for the sum of ?*?.?.i?.?. '1 here i? nothing trashy about these book?. They rnre all standard works by the beet and most popular author?. Now i? the time to get the HkRaI k ami iortj-i.?e ?plendui books for only two dollars. Don't let thi? j opportunity pats. You will never have another such. la Offar Worthy Attantion From Evtry Riadtr of tht Harald. YoiR Chou it m r?n k ?i? >??!> Pai'ERs, I Frie. - MINE : For youth ; also for those ? of all ages who** hearts a?e not withered, > 1? a bande?me, pure, useful and most in- | tereetlng paper : Ills wiM.?..??! bv E. CS Alien A G* . \ii,'ii?t.i. Maine, at | 50 o...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 3 June 1887

A MGE FOR A PRIZE. BY FRANK J. MAI'TIN*. On a bright autumnal afternoon la 1870, a stranger appeared m Raton. He came from the North and registered at the "I'iverside" aa Alex. Beaver. His rough cloth? ing and gnnny-sach told plainly that he had adopted that modo of travel which affords the tourist am? ple time and facilities for the study of track building. A stranger does not attract ? great deal of attention in a south? western town, and especially so in liat?n. There was, how i \ er, sonn* thing peculiar in the ways and manners of Alex., and he soon be came a favorite. lie exhibited an inclination to ''settle down," and entered the employ of tlohn Biggs. John Biggs was a Nortbcniei, and showed at all tunes a ?leeiiled preference tor men who came I'm m his native state. When he discov ered that Alex, was not only a na? tive ot his state, but a citizen oi the very town in which he was Loin and raisi?d, Biggs insisted that Alex, should not ouly tell him all the news about the peopl...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 June 1887

lilni? VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. FRIDAY. JUNK 10, 1887. NO. 19. ?rfCINAflttOAH HSflAlP is rirai.i?aBi> w bbbly bt T?l K ??BALD COM P A N Y Babe?' il .11 ?n lu? a bai f per year payable lu advance. 8alasviipli.nl? no! | ?ill ut Iune ni' ?ub ?or buig mai tun ih.cc month? for rtt BOBSSlbie put t les. but ait. I ihal tililt' S a. Si) ?ill l.ccl.aig.sl without vsnauceiii an* case. AU ooauuunicstiou? of ? ?trully privat? natatre will be inierted only s? advertiae tosats. TUS H7.RAl.D JOB OFFICE, ? complete iu every WipSftt. * room, business oftlce and stssin prr.?ecsbe? tween Railroad and Mala ?tu? ta l . ut! ' - - ?' ? ROBT B S ONlUt KNI'I.. Al li'L'NI.I II' LAW, Edinbuko. -h? *- al lit ' ".. Va. Will practice mil -lmi?ii doah and adjoining sont Special at t." ' i Claim?. Nor. 3, -i LTKlr*LBTT .?., NEY AT LAW, Commissioner in Chancery, AM) NOIAKY 1 i Hl.If. M t. Jackson. - ? VlKOl.MA. HS? II 1? - !I. t! FAMES C. BAKER, Jb.,. rf -.with? aVsVHTON A It? IV l>. ?T?ctica law In part...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 June 1887

?HSlwAlwXiOAff 4f?ftA?t?D IS . rilI.t?UKD WEKBLT BY THE! HERALD (JOMPA?S Y WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA FHIDAY, Jl\f. 10, 18*87. ORIGINAL AND BORROWED. Three thousand bushels of com have been shipped from liocking rui'y to Hotetourt county to ??apply the fa.mcrs of that county with bread. Two more Americans have been tliiven to suicido by losses in the gambling dens of Monto Carlo.? Tlnv blew tbreir money in and their brains out. The day after Dan Laniont Rent out that stn.y about catching 200 trout m one day he received a beau- ! ??tally engraved card inscribed, 'he truth." Taw Bb?bIo Eapreudeclares that Mr. Cleveland smokes cigars that tweedy cents aplaca. Three for fivo were'rich enough fur the ! of the lamented Jackson. The time is close at hand when . wo shall know who is who and what ' la what, who are for nsand who are . .uni whether we have a ..r merely a bundle of qaJd dit.? What the Texas Democrats fear, la that the Prohibition cam-1 ? !v a cover for the ; the Protective element m ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 June 1887

********** T+ttw-D1 WOOD8TCOK, V-eC. [EaUred at tue Post Office, at Wood ?t,., k. Va., ai -econd-clasa inattrr. FB1DAY. JIM 10. 1SS7. OUR OFFER Books for the Million All Standard Works. We call the ?ttention aftssn reader* to ths adrertiat-uieut m .umiln-r column headed''Hooks fur tbe million." Read It carefullv and see what a mass of litera? ture) you can get along ? It'i the ID n tin one Tear for the ?urn of I'.'.ihi. There i? uotbiug trashy about these books, 'liny ?re all standard work? by the at moat popular authors. Now is tbo time to get tbe IltKAi.i. autl forty 111 ?pleinLti book? for only two dollars. Don't let this opportunity pass. Yon will never have ' another sutb. Ail Offer Worthy Anantion From Entry Rttdor of tho Harald. YolB ClIOICB OK e-tU It Oi'.'I' PaITK?, Wants, SUNSHINE : For youth ; also for those of all ages whose hearts are not w ?ben d, Ii a handsome, pore, useful ami most in? teresting paper ; it is published monthly . bv E. I". Allen A Co.. Augusta, Maine,...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 June 1887

[Diere?! Letter Atant Silo. "Bbanham Fabm," I Buchanan, Va., Feb. s, N7. ? A. II. MeCue, E*<?,, FisltersrilU- Au guata county, Va. : MY Deak Sib :?Your favor ol 3rd inst. duly received. Your qnes tions as to tbo proper method for building a silo,ara Interesting, and open up tbe question very thor? oughly. I can only answer them by my own experience, which was experimental on my part but which bas folly come np to my best hopes. You ask : "Is it beHt to build in the ground or on top r* I answer : All books I bare read on the sub iect say build in or at least partly in the ground, using tight walls or cement, either concrete or stone or brick ; some have used plank lin? ing. I soon found tbe whole secret was an air tight receptacle for the cut corn, and I therefore began to think tbe digging and going under ground was a useless expense, i took tbe rear end of my carriage house, laid down sills, and put on a floor ol inch pine plank simply matched, not even tonguetl and grooved. I t...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 June 1887

VOL 67. WOODSTOCK, VII?. IMA, FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1887. MO. 20. SnCN*r1D0At, tt?f./u:? IS t*l*BLII.HZDWBKa.LY UT Tfl R HERALD COM P ANY Hosscription, Onb Doit t. anda hau per year payable in acrvauee. Sui.?criptiuua not ?aid at time of inb acr bing may ruuth.ee mouths for re uoussiljle parties. Hut after that time S..UU ?ill be charged w itiiout vananoe in any case. All communication? of a strictly private nstare ?.ill be inserted only as advertise atetttB. THE HERALD JOB OFFICE, i? complete in every respect. Editorial roost, buiine?? office and steam preeeeeae tweeu Kailroad and Main street?. f ? ' I I _ " KOBT. E. 8TONKBI'KNEK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Kmnbvko, Shknaxhoah Co., Va. Will ?inn'i ice iu the courts of She nan* ?joaa and adjoining eoontaee. Special attention to Collection of Claims. Nov. 3, 'Be? ly. LIKlel.KTT. ?a., Si lol.MM AT LAW, Commissioner in chancery, ?Nu notaii? rrBi.tc. M'f. lAlKMJ.N. - . VlKlllNIA **?j .1 "?..-It. If JAM HS C. BAKER, Jg., *' --SITU BAltlO.V A IIOVI). Pr...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 June 1887

*?El??N-)OATt WML* IB PCBU8HKD WKBBLY BY THE HERALD COM?? AN Y WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA FKIliAY. Jl \l". 17. IssT. HARRISON OTT Is dead, said the preacher who de? livered his fanerai oration from a text than which none more appro? priate could lave been selected. The delineation was the character of Abraham. Tho imagery was the Jew who was not faultless but al? ways laithful. It might have been said that Harrison Ott M nearly appioached the upright and Chris tain man as any the clay of the cemetery covers. His convictions on secular matters ran neaily Into prejudices, but his love of the right alwaja prevailed We envy not his life but would love to have his hope at death, lie lived honest and died faithful. The way to abolish povt ity is for eveiy one to attend strictly to his own business and let the business i of other people alone. If eyery man Will sit t<> work diligently to abolish poverty IB his own Will soon disappear fiom the facet?! society. itisreporteilth.it DaaeoB Georg...

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