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

8TfEN/*lvD0^tt ttoWiB WOOD8TCOK, V-A.. [Entered at the Post Office, at Woodstock, Va., as -.econd-claas matter. I KIM1V. SKIT. ?. 1HH7. OUR OFFER. Books for the Million?All Standard Works. We call tho attention of our leaders to the advertisement in another column headed''Rook* for the million" K..ol it carefully and see what a mas of litera? ture you can net along with the BUAl D on.- year for the sum of SS.00. Thcie 1? nothing trashy about tinse book* Tfcsj are all standard work? by the bent and nioKt popular author?. Now ?- the time to get the Hi-KALI. ?nd forty live splendid hooks for only two dollar?. Don't let this opportunity pass. You will never have another auch. An Offer Worthy Ansntlon From Evtry Rsadtr of ths Harald. Voeu CiioicK ok vorn, ('.nop Patbrs, Yhy.k. M'NSIUSE : For youth ; also for those of all age? whose heart? an- not withered, hi a handsome, pure, useful and 1 t.-rt-siii-jj paper ; it 1? published monthly bv E. C. Allen & Co., Augusta, Maine, at 50 csuti...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 2 September 1887

a Mum ?.VIH. U. II.H'U". COLLINS. ^vdney Lancaster is euga ed to Lillian Trevalyn? 1 am si prised! He ia so grave ami sta and she is such an atrocious lit ,rt: Tee words reached my ca thoogh evidently not thus inten ed ;idlc words spoken by a thotigl li'-s woman bot destined 10 brii much sorrow into m.v life. Jtor 1 am iSyduey Lancaster, ai it was my engagement to tie pr< tiest and dearest gfrViu all Fulto villo upon which the speaker w commenting so freely. A flir^-f I had never thought ?a thing in connection wi Lillian?my beautiful, bliic-cyt darling ! True,sbo was gay and ligb hearted, fond of society and admir tion?what pretty woman is nol Lut a flirt to me signified only vain, shallow creatiue, whose li is spent in trying to mislead, an who counts her cuii?pievt as tl Sioux warrior counts the sculps ? his victims?trophies of sin for Hita 1 have always felt holy horror, and would sooner d than trust my luture happiness ii to the hands of such a woman. Therefore, laBOJ my ftel...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 September 1887

VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER !?, 1887. NO. 32 is rtrausHin wbrbi.y by TBE HERALD COMPA.N Y Ssbesriptiun, O.sa Duixau ut a half per year payable in adresse. Sabncription? nut j aid at time of ?ub ser' bing may ran th.-ee mouth? for re roasaible parties. But after ihat time ?.00 ?rill be charged without variance iu say ease. Ali ooiunmuicatiou? of a striotly private Batarti will be inserted only an advertise- ' THI HERALD JOB OFFI? ?rompiste in every respect. Kditorial tewoi, busiuea? oflUe and ?learn pressos be? tween Bailroad and Mam ?trver? w V,L VT ? Buc?: RUBT. E.STONI.I.I/KNKR, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Kdimbcro, Shesanuuau ( Will practice in the court? of Shasas? deah and ?vdjoiuiug oonntiee. Bpeeiaistteutioii toColleetioaof Claiata, Bo?. 3, 'B4? ly. LTBII-UCTT. SB?, ATTOKNL? AT LAW. Commissioner in chancery, amj notary i traue. SiT.JaCK?-O.N. - . VXHUI.NIA. US? ti S4.-1?. If TAMES C. BAKER, Jr., " "WITH . ?ARTON A BOYO, treatis* law in psrtaarabip la tbr ?*? aeadusb ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 September 1887

IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT THE HERALD COMPANY WOODOTOCK, VIRGINIA Mill?4 Y. ?KPT. 9,1SS7. MAHONE --VIR6?NIJ? ~~ Mabone recently held a caucas st his residence in Petersburg. If there was any representation in that caucus from this section of the State other than 8. Browu Allen and W. E. Craig it does not ap? pear. Is it not quite time for self* respecting Republicans to deter? mine something or somewhat for themselves? We would suggest that the self respecting Republlcaus of Virginia should hold a conference elsewhere than in a private house and after due notice? and especially when but two officeholders, designated or invited by a Creosote-timber com? bination, represented the entire VV y of Virginia. f that Mahonc has given a letter, personal and politic ji I written by Riddl?8berger, we suggest with a modesty not g him, that he send Craig with a statement, sworn to .lone, as to who wrote the amphlet at Itanium's Hotel, use to the inquiries of New """ ' bankers, which pamphlet ** ,i ?...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 September 1887

Sit-EMNBOM JtEfl/tU) WOOUl/rCOK, V-A.. idttoek, Va., ?- ,',?uaV ' ? riciiviv. si ?. I-HST. OUR. Books for the titano oi>a|M FFEK. Ilion All Standard ork*. 'A. .1 Um alteutiou "I "'H naili i- In th? adviHi-eiiicnt IB ajiotbn colum.i headed'"H.s for,the million K. ad i?e<^Kfullv mill se wtmt a ma*?. ??! I ???r v? it'j tli? II Mr for the sum of ?St-00. ' 1 iiatfj?(, I'-'-l'.v ?bout tin"?? books. They ursSll standard wi?ki by tin? beat anil mis? popular ??ntho?. N'?w is ; toast the IIekalu ami !orty-h-e splcodni ? let th'iH ,,,,pert unit;, pass. You will never have UllOtblT - An Offtr Worthy AWtntion From Every Reader of the Herald. 'i.?CT Clio? r. ,,, v,,ri: <;' >r> : Knr.x. MSlliM lor yoath ; also for thoM Allen A ( , A match gaate "'' b,48e bal1 ?"??? ,,e ' Important Special Premium. . ,1 at this place, ou Saturday after- At sTicnandoah County Fair, Col. H. C, noon, eommeacing al l ejetaek, between i'hisob?, Nstsrsl liiiil?,-, offen M? ?" tas Woodatosk and Tom's Brosk ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 September 1887

THE SPECIAL I The HERALD'S Editor has purchased the privilege of h Mb a mm anua? Aim ????ir toi m jh a m mmm^m ? ?-?. a?ikri RETAILING OH Upon the Grounds of the ? ' i During the coming Pair, * Oct. 4th. .?th, Citli anil 7th, IHW, And has paid the President of the Society SIOO FOR THAT PRIVILEGE I L^grThere >vill not be a drink of Whiskey, Brandy, Beer, Ale, Wine >r any intoxicating beverage sold on that ground. Etf^This is the SPECIAL PREMIUM of the HERALD. It cost ju| one hundred dollars, and the HERALD can stand it. -i \>i: e Pump rto ? -. i ' i, r oil? i. I'llt*iii I ILEY, ad' The Champion Long Distance Rider of the World, will Appear on the Tack miSS MYRTIE PEEK'S FAS? DOUBLE iUNNING TEAM, G Ht and Debarry, will run against >1ISS VIVIAN LAMONT'S fast dotble team. Duck Murphy and Eulogist. Everybody should see this race. AGi TO THE EAIHEN! rider. t,lail1 valued at, ; J fully worth One Hundred and Twenty-Five Dollars, will be given as a premium for Horsemanshir '^?wie...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 16 September 1887

VOL. ?7. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, SEPTERCBER 16, 1887. NO. 33. IB PCBUSBED WBKKL Y BY 1 II R HERALD OOMP \ > Y 8nb*cription, Oxs Dollar anda but per year payable in advance. Subscriptions not ] aid *t tune of aub scr biug may run th.oe BaQStbs lor re poossllde parties. But utter that time $'?.00 sill I,e charged without \,, any case. AH communications of a strictly private nature ?ill be inserted only as ?tlvertise menu. THE UERALD JOB OKKI? complete b past. Bdltorial room, husincs?? ,.lhea and ?team pi> *<JM BB tweeu Railroad und Main -' ROBT. K. STOXKBURNER, ATTORMET AT LAW, Edinbi Ro, She.vamhi.vh ("o., Va. Will practice iu the courts of Slunau tloah and atljoiuiug 0,111,' Special atlentioii to Collect moi of Claim?. Nov.H, ?l-ly. LISirLSTT. ?a., ?'I rossBi St LAW, Commissioner in chancery, A.SD SO Al'.V I I HI.!'.'. i T.JACKsoa - . \:k(.isia. S.j.ltl. -W tl [AMES C. BAKER, .hi.. HAltTON Ar llOVIl. Pretties taw in partner?bil> .11 (he couutl.sol Kuenandoah seSrsg*...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 16 September 1887

urrBUSH?nwKESi.i by THE HEBA.LD covl'ANY ^M I ^*S2^ I K VIRGINIA Ht IDA V, BtEPT. 10, issT. ? ?? ?BBB?? COUNTY CONVENTION. The chairman of tli?> County Ke ?ublican Committee, Mr. .lohn !.. Keller, hits requested the entire committee to convene here on to morrow. (Saturday.) It is to he hoped there will be a lull attend? ance, and that they will conclude to cad a convention to roeei at the earliest day at which representa tives from Page and Bhenandoah can be gotten together at New jJn?Uet It hat been the cotton tor along time to meet at that point and ?elect it candidate for the State Senate, ami at the, same tune the delegates from Shonaodoab choose a candidate for the i louse of Hele Kites. The work should he quick, at little time will remain ?o the r-andidntes i ? eetion o? the eoaTontion. JA?lBLuTi??icS. "Aunt" Sellie Eckert died a cur able lunatic at the end of one year's confinement in our jail. Mrs. .Line afePbereOU aj;c<l 5S ?/ears, has been there over it year, with no...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 16 September 1887

8H?NA1NB0AH ttEfl/UD WOOD8TOOK, V?eV. [Entered at tus Pi>st ( ?tlii?,-. Va., a* -ecoud-class matter. rmilsAT. SKIT. IU. IssT. OUR OFFER. Books for the Million All Standard Works. >\ ail tin? attention at sat reads? ta tue advertisement IS nuotU.r column headed ' 'Monk? tot tlie million " it- ad it carei'ullv und ?jes what a ma*> ture yon can gat along witli tbt Hkuvld ?.?e year for tin- sum of J2.00. There is nothing trashy alsnit the.?* hook?, They are all standard wsrkl l>y the bset an?! most popular autlmr?. Now is th* time to get the HOU] D .?ii?l lurtj-iive splendid l.o??ks for ?mly two ?Sol?an. DoSrl Is! thi? opportunity pass. Von will never have SI.ilttllTt.llrh. An Offer Worth?/ Attention From Evtry Riader of th? Hsrild. Yuri: Cniiit k o> VOCU OOO* Pah its, -MINK : Kor youth ; also for thoss of all aj Is a handsome, pure, us. lui ami teres!ing paper : it is published monthly I . Allen ?Y Co., At . - DAUGHTERS OF AMKh'K \. I.m? full ft and imitation. "The ham: ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 16 September 1887

THE HERALD'S SPECIAL I The HERALD'S Editor has purchased the privilege of Upon the Grounds of the During the coming Pair, Oct. 4th, .?tli, Oth aiMl 7th, 1WOT, And ha* paid ?the President of the Society SIOO FOR THAT PRIVILEGE! "Isfr'Thero will not bo a drink of W hiskev, Brandv, Beer, Ale, Wino or am intoxicating beverage sold on that ground. 'his is the SPECIAL PREMIUM of the HERALD. K cost just one hundred dollars, and the HERALD can stand it The Champion Long Distance Rider of the World, will Appear on the Track KISS MYRTIE PEEKS FAST DOUBLE ?UNNING TEAM, Ghost and Debarn, will run against MISS FRANKJE SPALDING'S fas! double team* Duck Murphy and Eulogist. Everybody should see this race. TO THE LAD??Sl A Gold Chain valued at, and fully worth One Hundred and Twenty-Five Dollars, will be given as a premium for Horsemanship to the best lady rider. A Fine Side Saddle will be given as and premium for Horsemanship? A Fine Bridle as a 3rd premium for Horsemanship. Il fl?l^ V sWkit of Wm...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 23 September 1887

vol. fir. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, SIT'iT.MI.K!, 23, 1887. 8tt?WANJ>0/i,Tt tt?to/UD . h'si.i.mkii *?i ?i > m; ? if KA .1 ' v > Subscription, Osa DOLLAB anda h vu (?or year payable in advac lahaiilstlTBt ?** laid .?t timaol sub scr bmg may inn th.v? mouths iNBUaaibM pain?-, BU? all, i tl ,,11 be charged without var?anos in anv case. All communications of a etrictl* nature will be inserted onlj as ad vert ?se Uieut?. TO IIKKM.I' JOl OPFH K, Baaaatata ia room, Bssabaeaa odies and si? an, ? i tweeu Kailrosd ami Mam ?tl Rout, i: sio\r.i.ri;NKi:, ?TTOKNKi AT LAW, KniNBl un. BatsCtAMDOAH I <>., Va. Will practn i la lit?- BOO. d.iah and adjoining oouutiee. Special attention to Col Its : out i I Commissioner in t'hancory, ai i ? m.if tOaUOM - ? VlHtlMl. Ma. il ?B?.-W. tf .1 AMES C. BAKER, J?., Practice taw in i,?rtuer.:,i|, ah aid l'ax? ?t eoeb oaeuiber o? the ftruj v.ill be ti??u U buei uoM animated to tb?u Orrtct in CourtHonae ?ord, Woo.letwk.Vo. Addrese JAs. J, tUt**. J...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 23 September 1887

lartjBUsuan wekki.t by TBE HERALD COM PAN Y aro? les'rocK \i m; i m \ FRIDAY. BEPT.M, IHN7. The TTrrald managers are in nowise responsible for communica? tions, and where there is no libel ous matter we shall let every intel? ligent citizen ?peak through our col uni ns. A twenty cent-rail court could get ?luiek accommodations tor .Iones, but "Aunt Sallit" K.-kard and lane Mcl'hersoi? are dead. .Iones ;s alive. So is the ,ImIge. The asy? lum is toll. W hat a sad lesson is before the people of Virginia to day bj tca.-on t?t r.oiiiboti Harbour rule. Thetev cmii'i oi tl, landered and m'Sapphul, the public debt mercas mg, an empty tnasiuy and the ? ? OVei burden.d with taxes. Tins is the price oi Bourhott-Bar bunt rule. M::y God si; ?? th?- ' . m BMMtWettltai ii?,m sueli nutlatl minia trat ton. Pare h oat? now about ? . ? ii nee >*>? look hold ol Ike pencil. Wo aduiiie \our paragraph ol last werk *o intense)*; personal as not to be mistaken. Bot, Funkhoiisor, "Who:: Bortntly worshi...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 23 September 1887

WOOD8TCOK, VA. 1 Entered at t: ,at Wooditock, Vs.. at ecoud-class matter. iRiiuv. surr. ?:i. issT. OUR OFFER. Booka for tho Million -All Standard Works. W. tall the attention of our readers to the advertisement IB aaotkaf column headed "Hook? for the million" Kea4l it cart-full y and aee what itatass of littrar tura Jon eau ??et along w lib the IIuiald ? ,r for tin- sum of vlO?. natMng trashy aboot these books, ruar are all standard works I-, most popular authors. Now1 is the time to get the IIkkai i? an?l loivy-iive tpli mini hook? for only t wo a'l let thi? opportunity pas?. You will never have another muyIi. An Offer Worthy Attsntioti From Every Rtidsr of the Herald. Your C'uoi? K ok mert Good Pareas, Kkkb. H1NE Foi >outh; also tor i nose of all as?-? whose hearts an? not \> itliered, is a handsome, pure, Useful ami ttfeatBtSJ paper j it i? published monthly hv E. C. Allen A CtJ., Analista, Maine, at s |?r year: il i? bamlKouiely illu? ttate.l. DAUGHTERS 01 av.i.kh \ i vea ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 23 September 1887

THE HERALD'S special i The HERALD'S Edtior has purchased the privilege of Upon the Grounds of the HINANMAH CO. ACRL fflC?TY During the coming Fair, P i>et. 4th, Ath, Olli ami 7th, 1HHV. And lias paid the President of the Society $100 FOR THAT PRIVILEGE I I'bere ?ill not be a drink of Wbiskev, Brandy, Beer, Ale, Wine or am inloxieating beverage sold on dial ground, bis is the SPECIAL PREMIUM of the HERALD. It cost just one hundred dollars, and the HERALD can stand it. The Champion Long Distance Rider of the World, will Appear on the Track USS MYRTIE PEEK'S FAST DOUBLE RUNNING TEAM, Ghost and Debarry, will run against MISS FRANKIE SPALDING'8 fast double team. Duck Murphy and Eulogist. Everybody should see this race. TO THE I.VIMIvS! A Gold Chain valued at, and fully worth One Hundred and Twenty-Five Dollars, will be given as a premium for Horsemanship to the best lady rider. A Fine Side Saddle will be given as 2nd premium for Horsemanship. A Fine Bridle as a 3rd premium for Horsema...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 September 1887

Sir' tl ^fv V<?l ill VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, SKPTEMRER 30, 1887. NO. 35. SfftNAlsDO^Tf TftBAiD te rcHUsnr.i> wBSKi. v by ni k n era Li? cow r a s y Sabocription, Os? Dollar anuo Hals per year payable in advance. Subscriptions not j aid at timo of sub acr hing may runth.ee mouths, for n ponssible parties. Bal alter that time fV.OO ?-ill bo charged without variants* in nny case. All communications of a strictly private nature will be inserted only a* advertise? ments. THE HERALD JOB OFElCE.j. complete in every respect. Editorial room, business otliee and ?team prestos be- , tween Railroad and Main Btl RUM. E. SlONElit'RNER, ATTOBNEY AT LAW, ElUNBUKU, SHKNAMt.i.Ut I'll,, Va. Will practice in Uie courts of Shetiau doah and adjoining eoontiaa. Special attention to Collection of Claims. Nov. :l, >*? ly. LiKIKLKTT. <>., NL?. If LAW. Commissioner iu Chancery, AM? N ? tBI . , MT.JaOKtotr, - Viu<?iiiia. May ]| tt-lv. tt IAMKS C, BAKER, ?lit.. ?I -w.m IlAUXO.N &...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 September 1887

?ttElMlwDO/stt ttEPAtD U r?BU8HEP WBKKLT BY WOODSTOCK. ViKUIHIA FRIDAY, ?EFT. 30, lf*>?7. ORIGINAL AMD BORROWED. "The freo list is the escape -vulve. under a revenue tariflf," says Bditor Watterson. Yes, anil free trade is all escape-valve and no engine. Governor lata has oflered a re ward of ?100 for the arrest of Harry Posenberger, alias Henry Mitchell, charged with horse stealing in Fan quier county. The prohibition campaign is arousing the greatest interest throughout Tennessee, and is pro ducinggreater excitement than any election since the war. If womeu should vote, the only way to get them interested m poli tics would be to hide the fall and wiuter fashion ??lates until after election day. An Iowa girl who was \oted the handsomest lady in the county fainted away three times in suc? cession when the joy ful news was brought to her. A |diil'erent man caught her each time. British prejudice agamst this country must d?- (aal giving ?in. when the London 'Iinn? in speak ing of t...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 September 1887

WOOD8TOOK, VA.. 'Entered at the Post(Jftic?,st Woodatock, Vs., at '?oond-clatB matter. iitiiiti. M5PT. ao. iHo.7. OUR OFFER. Booka for the Million - All Standard Watte. We call tb? attcntiiiii nf ?tur ranean ta the advertisement 111 niiotlit r coliiuui beaded ' 'Hook*) fur tin* million " Read it carefully and mo what a ma** of litera tare yon can u?-t along with the Ha*BAU> one vear for tlm ?urn t>t IB.00. Thnta la nothing trashy about tticse luniks. Thsj sre all standard work? kj lbs liest and rnott popular authors. No? is Iks time to get the HkkaI.1? ami lurty ti\?- Bplaadid books for only two dollars. Pon't M i.pportanity pans. Yon will uever bave another tu? li. An Offer Worthy Attention From Every Reader of the Herald. Toon CsMNcn on towa Ooon Pntaas, M'N*-HINE : Por yontb ; also for those of all sges whose hearts sie not wttl is a handsome, | ir?-. ataM Bl tereating paper : it is published atsnthrj hv E. C. Allen A Co.. Augnsta, Msine, at M tents par yaw; H s ktateaMly i...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 September 1887

fe Sie Would M Her Way. SHE HAD SEVERAL BRAINS AND USED THEM. tRYINQTOMARMY A QIEL WITH orr BEE < o HOW III WOOl ?? \s PULLED OM-lll T8B BY1 I )?! OLD MONEY HAOS?TIIE TKUROKS 0? I CI.BAN1N),. BY S. B. '?Hut I don't want to ba rich!" said Violai Howard, "I'm quite as lieu aa I need to be already. What do I gain by another 190,000." old BaaedotaaHoward stared at his saucy grand-daughter as If she h?d propounded a plaea of rank heresy?as indeed II ?ai la his system of every -day theology. '?Violet, you are a fool," said he, harshly. "And it's lucky for yon you have a grand father who can look after your interests better than ? i in able to do yotnself. Mr. - ,11 is to in? bera tomorrow afternoon. Ami vou trill 1 ? with an ironical tttpbanit )>u the word???receive bita as yoor futuro beabaad ! ' Violet opened s de bei taooy brown ey< "Ami what it to become ol 0 Ivet Beltoe P sin? a*k)-.i ? ; ? ? 111 ii. ??Diner BeltOO is Bothi me ' ' stormed bei graadfatber. And Mr. Howatd i ro...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 7 October 1887

m VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1887. NO. 36. WrC?U?Ml>WtHI.? BY rn I H KHALI' COM I' A.N Y Subscription, OnkDullak anda h al? par year payable in advance. Subfccriptiouk uot | ?id at time of *u li? ner biug may run th.ee mouths fur re runuible partie?. But alter that time ?.U? will be charged without variance in ?ay caae. AU communications of a strictly privat* nature will be inverted only as advertise? ments. T1U? aOeftaVLD JOB OKKM K, . c?mplete m ?rwj iMfMt. MitoriaJ tooui, business othee ami steam presses ?? tween Railroad ami Mam streets. ROBT. B. 8TONEB?RNER, ATTOKNKY AT LAW, KliINBl'KO, SHKNANI'OAH Co., \'A. Will practice in tlie courts ol S d<iah aud adjoining coum Special atteutiou to Collection of Claims. Nov.:!,'{Cl?If) IIHfUR, "??? w ?TTOUni iT la\l?, Commissioner in uhancery, AND NOTAKY I IHL!C. x I. I.uKmiN - ?VlJ vu? M '?<* lt. tt ? \ M BS MKS C. BAKER, Jb., ? W1TB? IIAltTON aft UMYD, \Y i'rectic? !?? in partuera'ulp m tbe O/ULll' ? ol ?be...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 7 October 1887

IS PDBU8HKD WaUULT ?Y THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIBGIMIA. FRIDAY? OCT. 7, IS87. ORIGINAL AND BORROWED. A red-haired colored infant is one of tbe curiosities of Boston. Tbe Roanoke correspondent of the Ricbmond Dispatch says a rich tin mine has been discovered in Franklin county, sixteen miles from that city. A legal case was recently argued and decide?! on a railroad train while the judges and lawyers were on their way to attend court at Montfort, Wis. This is progress in every sense of the word. \ Chicago pastor recently pray? ed as follows: "0 Lord, we ask thse to send the skimmed milk dairyman in haste to thv creatua tory; and may the recording angel chalk down every adulteration!" In Chicago a hotel stewanl makes a good income by teaching inexperienced people the art of dining. If there was more ot that sort of eifncation tbe. world would lie happier and bad manners be fewer. A sail looking man not long since visited scores of Ohio farm? ers, asking them to sign a pledge not...

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