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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 June 1887

0t,E?,AiNDOAH tt-WtJ) WOODSTCOK, VA. [Entered at tue tW oihce.at Wood.tock, Vs.. a? tcoiiii-t la?? matter. FK11VAY. JIM: It, ISS7. OUR OFFER. Books for the Million All Standard Works. We call the attention of mir rt adusto the advertisement iu anotbir column lie ted "Hooks for t lie million'' Read it carefully ami BSS what a mas? of litara? tore yuu can get along wit?i tin- Hkk.u.h one jear for tin-miiii ol |BM, There il nothing trashy alioiit these book?. 1 bey are all aUudaid weak* by the beet and most popular author?. Now is the time to get the Hkkalk and forty five splendid *-?aoke for only t wo dollar?. Don't let thil ?opportunity pas?. You will never have smother such. An Offar Worthy Atlantion From Evory nsadtr oi tho Harald. YOfR ClIOU'B Or* VtilU ??mil. l'vl'lli-, j pRKK. ?MINE i For youth ; also for those ofsll age* whose hearts are not witheied, I? a lisiidttoine, \Hire. useful ?ml tsresting paper ; it i? piiblisln-il inontlilv bv K. C. Alleu A l o.. Aiij.ii?ti?, Mime, ?I...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 June 1887

THE RAILROAD BRIDGE, About three years ago my sailor friend, Harry Moordale, went as a passenger in tli? ship Tempes', bouii'l to Havre, at which port In arrived in due courte ot time. Among other passengers there was a beautiful Swiss girl, whose name Harry learned was Mary Lorme. My friend had ventured once or twice to address the maid? en, but her timid, modest, half frightened manner seemed to re pal au intimate acquaintanceship. ! She had informed the young man, '? however, that she had been to New Tatk to assist a female cousin en? gaged in the dry goods business ; that soon after her arrival there, her relative had died, largely in debt, whereupon Mary had con eluded to return home to her fath er, who, in spite of a severe illness, had, in accordance with an agree? ment by letter, come to Dijon with the old family coach to wait for her. Having learned this much, Harry took a great interest in the girl, and felt almost bourn' to act the knight for one in her lonely, defenseles...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 24 June 1887

VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, .FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1887. NO. 21. t? rrBuiBBn weeki v rv T I I HU?ALP COMPA> V Hubscripii .1 .it anua half per ytrar payable lu ad va Snbscriptit. acr bing ponsaible pal l?.00 sill be charged without valiance .1. any case. AU commua ii at ?oui of a B.rl?t!y privat? nature will be ?-iacrt?*! only a? ad menti. the hep.ai.i? job oi"Fi< ? complete in every rtafaset. Editorial room, business office and steam p* tween Railroad and Man. it ROBT. E. 8TONEBURNER LAW, Edinii?*ku, -?m nan:" . . < 0., Va. Will practi' ? doah sud adjo.i Special ?t'en: -4-ly. LTKli'l.!. : . Cou.missioi.e-* in Chancery, AM' ' M*. JACKSON. Ma? ?l se.-;., tf .1 AMES Il V IfltlN a*J II? 1\ 11. era-satoe law in partnei ?iieBBijdt ?ii and of each member . ; ? ? ?tue entruated t - ? -a JA? . KAKtH. Ja. atav 7l? "sa- - HH.RII)I>!> . ? ATTOBBET Al LAW Woodstock, Will : doah, the Cil and in the Circuit ? ..un? it I'.irr la*!?**, 'inn ??' I -i Boor with Ueiuu-. .". V. Sueea-aBor tu...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 24 June 1887

*r\t\Hr\WO*H .tEpftlO UrCBUSBIDWBKKLT BY THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIltf.lNlA FRIDAY, JIM. "il, I8?*?7. 0BI6INAL AND BORROWED. The Roanoke Times wants the state democracy notified that Ito.noke is not a "dry town,'' or the attend? ance at the convention may be small. A peculiar storm occurred at Bedford, Pa., one day last week. For fifteen minutes bail, rain and grasshoppers fell together, and n such quantities that the earth was covered over nearly a m.le A child with two heads is a curi? osity in the Sonth. When it grows tip it would make a good leader for the Democratic party. One of the beads would manage the high tariff wing, and the other the free trade faction. The new Code of Virginia will not he ready for distribution until January next. The revisers can j only read the proot of twenty pages i per day : and, indeed, the printers j are not able to furnish them more ! than that. The general laws pass- | ?d at the extra session will be em- ; bodied in the new ?'ode. A hen ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 24 June 1887

WOOD8TOOK, VA, [Entera->1 at the l\>?t?)ilii e,at Wuoilituck, Va-, a? -.ecuutl-i'li??? matter. FU1U4Y. Jl NE ?il. ISST. OUR OFFER. Book? for the Million All Standard Work?. : ,?ur reader? t<? the advertisement in another column headed. "Books tor tti e million.' Read it carefullv and see what a ture you can get ?!?>?_ ? one year for the ?nm of |B nothing trashy about these heel are all standard WH ?<-st aud tnoet popular aut?m: lie time to get tbe Hkka; i. , books for ouly two dollar?, i '.ml let thia opportunity pas?. You ni.l DeTM -lave another such. in Offar Worthv Attention From Every Reader of the Herald. YoiR Clloici: MINK For ?.?null ; B.M t'?.r 'h?s>e ; of all agea wh I? a handsome, pure, ata?? lind ? tereetini: paper : it ? pe*M - bv E. C. Allen A I "?O cants ?.rated. DAi'oiin 8 lull of usefulness ar> and imitation. ''Tbe hand ' i radie rule? the ?M tie. gaM woman's paper la al and axa nal tit-" - t<> buil'l. II..'.? - Pub? lished Boathl] ? THE PR...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 24 June 1887

A BACHE? REiV? BY ?EOBOK TRACK. It was a cold January day. ?1 Steels sat aloue iu bis oflic??, iu midst of a deep reverie. It was seldom that he was i ai be was at the present time, tbli evening tbe memories of put came flocking upon him ghosts trom another land. John Steele was a bacheloi forty. He bad been born and r ed a poor boy, in tbe little tow: M-, and had never felt a sire to leave it. He had stm law and plodded along year a year in the dingy, grimy ottice which we find bim now, and ! grown rich. He had do perso iriends, and lived alone in a lai old frame house at the outskirti the town, with a man servant cook and general man-of all -wc Years after years before, wbe young man ot twenty, poor t aimless, Steele bad loved a j whose parents wonld not let : marry him because he was so wor less. In hi? rage be blamed i for this and would listen to reason, and from that day I hated women and had led a ? tary life. It was this Boene tl now held John Steele in his oft chair, as tbe...

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

et? VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK. Vil? UN?A. FRIDAY. ?IllLY I, !8<87. NO. 22. IttENANDOjtHt ??flALD ta publish??? vrxacLY by THE HERA LI? COM?'a ?S Y Sobeoription, O.s? IK.i.i.aB and A HALF per ytutr payable iu advance. SttlaSecriptiou? not i aid at time of ?un? ser biug may run tb.ee month? portaaililo parties. But ?tier that time |-i.?>0 aill be charged without variant*? iu any este. ?ill eomuiunicatiou? of a ?trictly private nature will be iiijerted only as adverti??. aunte. TTTg HER AID JOB OFF! i is complete in every respect. Kditotiu! r?)om, business office and steam preste.? be? tween Hailroad aud Mam ?tree*.?. B-L-. ?- ' - ROBT. E. SiONKBl'KNKI'. ATTOUNK? A l LAW, Kdinbcko, iBimmilllll I '..Va. Will practice in the court? ol' Sutuau doah and adjoiuin?* conn tie?. Special attention to Colle? -tiofi ol - Nov. 3, ?H? ly. ImruTT. .i., 4- al ku.m:. ? . Commissioner in uhancory, A.Nl? NOrAlli l I HI.It . ?'T. iACKBOU. - ? *':i ?a?"* 41 "S?.-!t. tf .1 AME8 C. BAKER, ?iu... -WIT? . IIAl...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 1 July 1887

Uf Ca*eU8BXOWSatA<XT BT THE HERALD COMPAN Y WO?D??rOCK. VIRGINIA. FRIDAY. JULY 1, IHH7. ORWIMniD BORROWED. B?ifore going to press, we notice ! that the Baltimore election judges, registrare and "workers at tbe polls'' who have been tried for vio? lating electiou laws, have all betm eaat np tor two years. ?Let us try this on in Shenandoah. The President has stirred the wrmttt of all ti?on and all parties by ikst approving an order to re- - tun, all battle flags and then fol? lowing it with another rescinding it, with an excuse therefor which few, if any, consider ven weighty. What would have been said if a Republican Administration bad as etmbled the postmasters ot the United States to meet in conven? tion in Washington the winter be fore presidential nominations '.'? Three thousand are to do just that thing oext winter. The Marion Patriot *.; 1 tails a strange story of two persons, Allison aged VA and Kice aged 14, who were recently riding on the same horse, near Ellendale, Smyth...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 1 July 1887

?Hw-lwAW?O^tt HEftAtl) WOOD8TCOK, VA.. [Entered at the Poet Office, at Wood?tock, Va., as teouad-cloas matter. FRIDAY. Jl I.V 1, 1SS7. OTTK OFFER. Books for the Million- AU Standard Worke. We call the attention of our reader? to the advertisement in another column beaded "Book? for the million ' - Head it carefallv and eee what a ma?? of litera tara yon can get aloug with tbe Hkkaii. one lear for the sum of toi.OO. There is nothing trashy about tht?e book?. They are all standard work? by the best aud moat popular author?. How la tbe time to get tbe HsuiALli and l??rt>' Its splendid book? for only two dollar?. Don't let tbi? opportunity pasa. Yon will never brave auotberiucb. GENERAL LOCAL NKWS. The Wood?to?:k uo.?l?,th-,. ?Ill all day on Monday. July 4th. J. Blnmberg, dealer iu general mer? chandise, Tom's Brook, Vs. Mr. Hugh Polk, age?! about M years, dledatbis home, near Cab?a Hill, tbi? county, on Sunday, liflh mat. Per the !?**t line o? cigars une! plug to batteo go to T. E. ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 1 July 1887

TIE AS STEEL. "I do wonder why those little savage? are allowed to make a ?coasting hill of the public high? way !" grumbled an uncommonly pretty girl, as sbe hesitated in great perturbation half way up the improvised slide mentioned. It was an irregular and rather precipitous cross street ot a subur? ban village. It was treacherously ley and awarmiug with juvenile eoasters, one of whoa, had carried a strip of silaen ruby flounce with him as he tlarted past her. "It is quite too bad! and my tery nicest dress, too,'* she com? plained, mentally, aa she stopped to draw back ard pin together the damaged bit of drapery. In the annoyanoe of the moment she did not reflect that something more unpleasant was quite possible if she were not vigilant. Sbe was quite too en grossed to hear boyish shouts of warning in the road above ber, or to Bee an agile figure that was springing at frtghtedly toward her. A big Bled, freighted with half a doren reckless urchins, had start? ed down the tempting d...

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 July 1887

(lit in [(-,* M i. ? ' Mi.. I.hii,n: pri >? ti dn.v'.s , niiiit v pi v .nlle. | a.-.piiM.l tin- kl ?,n . ..nl ? not even Ml'_ "?I" VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK. VI1M-HN1A, FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1887. \i ). 24. IS PUBLISHED W.BCLT BT TH R HERALD COM!' aN Y Subscription, Osa Dollar and a halt per year payable in advance. Subscription? not ' aid at timo of ?ub ucr hing uiuy run th.ee mouths for re ponusible parties. Hut BlaSS that tune $2.0U ?ill be charged without variance in any case. All communications of a strictly private nature will be inuerted only a? advertise? ment?. .'HE HERALD JOB OFFICE, is complete il cv.ry mattet. Editorial room, busineiss oilice and steain pii tweeu Railroad and Mam streets ROBT. E. STONEI'.lUN ER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, El)INBl'K(i. "illKVAMi'iAH CO Will piacti..? la i douh an.! . Siit-cial attention toi Nov. 3, -4-lv. ITBirLBTT. tu., j. \>. ? : vvv. Commissioner in Chancery, A.NU ' S Ma? l\ IM.-)?. If .1 AMES C. BAKER, Jb., .?m? IIAlt*A'0>. Jli II? > Y l>. f...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 15 July 1887

ts ruBUiTMn wmiT by THE HERALD COMPAINY ? m, ? tVOODSTOCK. VIB?1P-V I Kill AY, Jl LV 15*s^7? IRI6lll-?n^B0Rlr^EI-? Governor Lee on Ti/aay wrote a letter to the She? of Prince George's county der^^S t0 res? pite Holmes Paryet? who i3 S(Ja* tenced to be hange *?*"? tbat county on Jnly 15 fer thymur<ler of h?s wife. A freight tr?* on the Chesa- j peake and Cl0 -????road was bad- ! .-.????lecied Friday night at Mitch* ' ell's Crossing. Conductor TUister was seriously injared. Tbe damage is heavy, All trains were delayed S or 10 hoars. The first indictment and convic? tion for violation of the prohibition law at Jackson, Miss., occurred Monday. J. C Prown, tormerly a saloon-keeper, pleaded guil*.. to three charges. IIis lines and im prisonment for all three under the law amounted to |600 and ten mouths' imprisonment. A new law against pistols in Texas forbids any person to have a ) weapon even with.n reaching dis? tance. The friends of tbe measure say that if the law is faithfully en?...

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 July 1887

?-UNAiNDOAtt TttH/UD WOODSTCOK, "VA.. ?Entered at tue Foot Office,at WootUtoc ?a., a? ?ecoud-cla?? milite!. 1-KUltV, J?I.V I.1?, ISST. OUR OFFER. Booke for the Million- 4*U1 8tandard Works. We call the attention ?>t the advert??emeur in auotbtr uoIoidii headed 'Book? for the u:; it carefully and ?ee what a ? . turey? one year for t?ie gum nothing ? are all standard works by the b moat popular aal 10 get the Hkrai.i? ?' hook? for only two dol?ais. lHin't opportunity pas?. You wilt ne? *uuther?ach. 'SHl-.AI. ?.CCA1. M:\VS. J- Blnmberg, dealer .11 ;;???:?;?. 1 ^haiidiee, Tom'? BrooK. Va. ?f?. KM. l'.us?iot .? ? ?arge ?varelioutte along the ra. 1 1 'bii?tian churoh. It will be u?e?l storage of grain, ma ToT-nt?. r lb. 'ip, at T. Hennett'?. y<?uug lady of Lee.biirg. Va., i? - Indi? M?.kl?. .' biffe that yen . jou wl-, Whe<n v I. . !'he I. church, at Hu at iiut plt'e.on S - ?ited to at'eud. line, at J. Bina 1 . I'll?- alta ad anos ? ?tmall, aa owiag I .-copie , niei.th? A m ??v.:...

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 July 1887

ATTAGKEDBY PIRATE Albeit 1 have read a bum books of adveutnre ia which sea and sailor figured liberal! am aerer tired of hearirjg tl who go down to sea in ships sp Of their perils and adventures, bronzed old Jack Tar, who anchored alongside of we fo couple of hoars the other day, who answered to the name of J Scott, gave me the following th ing incident, which I believe tc true in every detail : "It was in the spring of Iff said ?Scott, as he made ready, "t I rao away from the Amerr bark Twin Sisters at Hong Ko being thoroughly disgusteil w the tyranny and cruelty of captain and mate. There wai Frenchman there who kept a *? of hiding place for runaways, a although we were pretty shar looked after for a few day?. were not discover?* I, and the. bi went on up the coast. We kno ed about for a few days with' tnruiug up anything, and tbei shipped aboard a small brig wh traded between Hong Kong 8 tbe Philippine Islands, to the ?*: She was called the Kxplorer, a her Captain and part owner?...

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 July 1887

VOL. (i?. WOODSTOCK ? . L \ II?OINIA. FRIDAY. JUL? '22, 1887. NO. 25, ta rv- ? I FIERAI. * N V : il.lUUl. ONK D??I.I.*B ANDA HALF per year payable la advance. liptioll? uot | lid m !"'?? ?ur lung may run th ..-.? motiUis for re* ponauible oui tie?. ?J.Oi) .ill be charged without vai any liase. All ci'iniiiuuicatioi.? ii .1 strictly private nature will be iuselti-J on..?. ??-? ?id.trtlBe lllnllt?. lili, llEUAl-l? Jul'? OKI i -s ei.iiiplete. .h .?.r? reepeel. Editorial room, baaiJ.eeaoa.ee and steam pr. tweeu Railroad and fat.in ab ROUT. ?. STONEBURNER, ATTORNEY A'l Kl'I.NBUKU, SlIKNAMH'AH ? "?? VA. Will practice in t; douh and adjoining eonnl Special utlenlion 1 Nov. ::, -. Commissioner in Chan i. lACBTSOn M.T.I .1 A MKS ? -.?-un It A ?I 1 ? ? \ ? i:?>\ 1>. A.lilr, - ?it tl u ?I n.KIDDl I. Wooi.siucii. - Vu: Will p ? .11,,1 l-l aair Wool I \T I. iW, WOODSTOCK, 'IIKNANDOAI* 'OU NT Y VA. ' | W. W. Lo i> i. ;. i: i: k i. K ?, - Vi ton l ? A ! ' I 1 A M s \ ATI I ? A. - M, 8 iVV...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 22 July 1887

6tt?1.A1*iB0/itt tt-?BAiD IB rCBUSBTD WBKKLT BY TAB HERALD COMPAN Y )'*^**v*#4 \V?)i)l)STOCK, VIK'HMA IKIIIAV, JJI'I.Y m, ISS7. ORIGINAL AND BORROWED. ?Tndgo ?Toaopli S. I'.ndil, of the riu8tings Conrt, Petersburg, died after a lingering illness on the morning of the l;"?th instant, ayed ?IL' years. A man of note in the West iust now is "a Kentuckian who has at taiued the ripo age of ninety-live, and daring that long period has never uttered a profane oath." Of ?course, he never was in Kentucky politics, a*"'l never bet on a Ken tuckv horse race Marriage redeems men and t duces their chances of getting In jail. Among every 1,000 bach lors there are thirty-eight crimina while only eighteen married nn out of every 1,00U get convicted crime. Marriage is a safe finar providing you have only o at a time. \ Ihva.vaii" man m order amuse his baby rolled oft his v? amia twenty-one inches liij-h at broke liis neck. This shows In uncertain Ifl Id?', ?.-specially win we call to mind the tact th...

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 July 1887

8ffEN>?ND0AH HE WOOD8TCOK, V$-? iEutere-1 at the t",.?t Oiiir.?,ai \\iJ??tock, Vs., a? ?ticoiitl-vla-i? matte] \Alt KK11IAY, Jl I.V M, 1#*?7. f MM! IS another I".mini k? I'm Un? liii?ii.n " ????'??I ?Jlitt-ra ? y?iii tan gel along with tbe MBAUi ? .?,-ai t.?i t!.. tuui hing traaky uii.uii th?-??? I???,!?! Tbe*/ nil Htiiinlan wtrkt bj the ???* aatj OTTO OFFER. Books for thu Million AU Sfndard Works. We full tit.? attention ni ?Kir rfplcix I? till' ?.?!',. it:?, ill.-Ill It? another |?himi lie-ii?ii-ei ? 'Baokt ?all?' ami fui.- ? one . Until! SM all most popular author?. Now i? ?* time to (??-I Hi.? IIkuai l? an.l fort) ti?.?f? lali'i book? fur ?mly t ?vu ????llar?. Poii'lkt tli opportunity pa??. Vou will iieiSt have another such. An Offer Worthy Attention From Every Reader of ?hi Hirst. Y?,i B Cuei, ,.i, f?lt.i;?, l'ia K. -t'NSHINK : l'(,i ?outh : al?,? iatli.??.. of all ait?-* win? ??? lie. ill? arc DOl v*4???'r??l, Is a handsome, pure, useful and ?s?t hi Dgpspar; it i? published...

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 July 1887

THE STORY OF A NIGHT. BY W. T. BOUSE. Tho French clock upon the man? tle chimed the hour, anil Mrs. Ed? g-arton glanced up uneasily trotu tho pago ?he was reading, to it's face, as it to assure herself that she had heard aright. "Tea o'clock,** she said, half aloud ; "quite time James were here." Rising, she walked to the ?indo- and drew aside the shade. It was a wild night without ; ut? terly dark and storming fiercely, as she could tell by the clamor of the wind, as with load shriek or pro-? longed roar it swept about the p?a?"?-. She strove to peer into the dark? ness, and shuddered as she thought of the peril.?* to which a belatetl way? farer be exnosed. The cold was intense, and tbe dritts imi.it he piled high along the way. Then she raised tbe window slightly and put out her hand, that she might feel the force of the storm. A fierce gust entered tbe aper ture, sending the stinging Hakes of snow against her face and arms.? She closed the window .?uickly and returned shivering t...

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 July 1887

VOIe, 67. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, I'I?DAY, JULY 29, 1887. m. 26, itr?BiitsHrii wsKti > BY "' II ? HERA LI* ?'??Ml' ' !? V Hubecriptiou, Ose Duiaii anda half |.er year payable in athamc. Siilincriptioii? u?'i ] -tul at um? ?cr buig may ruta lh.ee month? tor ?? |i.,:,.?siblo p.iitic?. But alter ti. ? ?vj.ini jcili lie charged without variance in any cute. All eoiiiiuir.iicatieii? of a ?tmctlj nature will lie in?K.-rt?.?d only' a-i advert.??'-, luentt. in iiKKAi.i' joi; ornes, la ??.iniilett? in ???cry reap? : room, h a- uni ?t- an. pr? ? ??. ?ai Uailroad and Mum ? . ROBT. E. STONEBURNER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, KlUSlH'lK!, SlIKNAM.ciAll ? ??.. \ A. WID practi? doah ami adjumiiig ? " OpeelalatteBtWin teCtJltxtionofClaine. LTurutrr, ??., Commissioner In Chancery, Mt. Jackson. ?1*JU|1?4. -1?. ?f -I ?MES C. BAKER, Jr., -Wllll UAKlliV -N IIOYIK . stieuauil ??.. i.f each nieiuli.-r ttii-m. Addre.? JA?? C, l'?hl ? K?e Kb '??.-It.tf. HR.RIDDL1 ' ? rOKNEY \l LAW ?YooiisTiicK, ? ? Virginia. Wlllpraeti...

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 July 1887

it rmugmiD weekly a y THE HERALD COMPANY if WOODSTOCK. \f-?*?;i>?IA I KID A Y. JU,V ?*-^l?*W? -* WBOi/RSFORUS. We give* ^'PPing fron' t'ic Alex. GtnT?**?h scr,,,,s t0"* \? lie ?mite'"9,etu*ing. ? 1S ils '"' lows: timon? lierait!, HVjnililican, ?ays : to goo?! reason? fur believiti?; that liiti* (???publicans in Virgil lions tu fi?e Malionn in the There is little donbl tli;?' I Slfbergnr. Cameioi , Lewie, Vo?t lira Ilayly, Hooper, Siniiii?, nul. Indeed, ?early all tlie iiromini'iit men ??ho former iy tritineil with tin? ('.?iiiial. are now against him : but whether tl?< ? till-.l.? to le?, sllonhl he ?tl.'.-eeil ?1 ? ? a insjority of the legislatur?', is ?vli.it then eoeoee tetrelolnse gives no i lieve.? Itee It is no secret thai many, if not all, of the gentleiu-n mentioned al-ove. may disagree to som? with (leu. Mahone .is to the put? organization, and as to his ? of party management m Vit gima, ine ? ni ?ffert ni from , ?.. We ?Jon*t believe there Is a sin gle one of those m...

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