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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 29 July 1887

WOOD8TCOK, VA, [Entei*?><i et the Post Office,at Wood?t.?ck, V?., m i?rCoud-i'l??H ?narrer. FRIDAY. ?II I.Y 2\t. l*?sT. OUR OFFER. Bookt for the Million?All Standard Work?. We call the attention if ?.in ie;.dtr?to th? advi-rtittviiieiit m another culdiiKi beaded ' 'Book? for the million " Keitd it carefully and ??je what a mass of litera ture you can get along with tbe Ilia: ?in one year for the ?mil of $'?.00. Tim?? at nothing trashy aboot the?? book?. They art all atandard works by the bett and tnost popular author?. Ne* i? tin? time to get tbe Hkrau? and forty-five ?pleiuli.l l?ook? for only two dollar?. Don't let this opportunity pass. Yon ?till never bave another auch. an Offer Worth? Attention From Evert Reader of tho Herald. YOVa rjHOICB ?,K FOVR <'?""!? ttXTUU-. Frjck. MNsHISE : For youth ; also for tho?.?? of all age? whose heart? are not withered, 1? a handsome, pure, useful and iuimt in tereeting paper: it is published monthly bv K ('. All...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 29 July 1887

VIOLET'S MGEMEN1 BY Ol I.NF.\ "I.ura, what ?lo you think ! V let Hume is coming hero?for ti k_ Oh, this is what WatSM old lriendship and Mtmms?t que notions. She nntl Mrs. liuiii.? w? schoolgirls together, and when th met at the fair last fall, Mis. Qui insisted on onr visiting her. V ran down there for a few days, was too dull for a longer sojour but of course Violet was asked come to tho city this winter, an of all times, she must come now \sCtuii Dandi ?-ndi-il hor coi plaint, slit* sighed heavily and fol ed up IkS h-tter she had just rea Her companion, a pretty briinctt looked at her with a tace ?iiiite ? clouded as her own. "Is she so very prettv .'*' she n? ed. "She is a positive beauty." '?l'ustic, of course. Kcd-cheeki and?'' '?Oh, no, no, that's the worst i It. Her's is a delicate, wmson loveliness, and Keith is so susc?-pl ble. Not that I hold her up : your rival, mv deai, but you kno that the mon* there aie in the lieh the les.? chance fach has ol victory Lura llarney Bas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 5 August 1887

VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, l?S?37. NO. 27. ittEiMiwo/tft ntfttMn M rXTBUSHSD WBBXI.Y BY Til E HERA 1.1* COM P \ > Y Bnbeertptioo, Onb Doliak a.id a half par year payable in advance. Snbecription? not I aid at time of tub tor' hing may ruu th/ei? month? for re ponttible parties. But alter that time 19.00 will be charged without variance in any ease. All couimunication? of a strictly private nature will be inserted ouly as advert???* TB1 H?RALD JOB OFFICE, . i? oumptote in every reepect. Editorial room, buaiutM? office and ateaui prca??c??l>e twson Railroad and Maiu streets. R?BT.E. 8TOXEI.UKNI-.lt, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Edinburu, Shenandoah C?>., Va. Will practice in the oourtsof Shenan? doah and adjoining conn' Special attention to Collection of Claim?. Nov. 3, '84?ly. LTBIPLETT. e?., ? AIKUlNt? St LAW. Commissioner in Chancery, AND SOIAE? r-l'hl.lC. Mt. Jackson. - ? Vikoima. m?? .i m._?T. ? ?ami:*? c. BAKER, Jb.? *' -WITH" UABTON 4* ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 5 August 1887

It r?.rUt3IlKD WEBKLY BY THE HERALD COM PAN Y CJL? m > w**a> WOODSTOCK, VllKoNIA I ltll>? Y, AI O. ?, IHS7. ORIGINAL AND BORROWED. The cash in the United States Treasury is said to be increasing at the rate of ten million dollars per month. Well, well ! I lie l.ouisvii: rit r ?lotirnul says ''tho Democrats oppose free whisky."' And this, too, from Kentucky ! The New York 8ns quotes tho platform adopted by Maryland Democrats, ami cous?mes rebuke to President Cleveland for his civil-service policy. The penitentiary at Sing-Sing, "New York, -contains only one news? paper man, and ho is a chaplain. Newspaper men seldOUl get left?even in the penitentiary. Ai Indiana man recently desir? ing to ureform*' in the matter of chewing tobacco took to chewing dried peaches. A piece got in his throat and choked him to death. The IDTJaad version of the Bible has not been a success. The people prefer tho old edition. Perhaps II is because the revised version ignores ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 5 August 1887

WOODSTCOIt, VW. L Enured st tbe Po?t Office, at Wooditock, V?.. m ?ecoud-claes matter. 1K1IHV, 41?. B, 1SST. ?????????????????????????????????????i OTJE OFFER. Book? for the Million?All Standard Work?. We call the attention of our t? ailci? t.? the advertisement m another colnuiu beaded "Books for the million." Head it carefullv and ?ee what a mas? of litera? ture you can get along with the lliu?ii. one year for the ?inn of $2.00. Tint?- Is Dothiog trashy about these book?. They are all ?tandard work? by the i uiott popular author?. Not? is the time to get tbe Hkh.au> ami forty live splendid book? for only two dollar?. Don't let thi? opportunity pas?. You will never have another inch. In Offer Werthv Attention From Every ?**-*-**ar ?? ???? Herald. Yol R C'HOlca OK T?>CR (.?mil? Paikks, tsmn. SUNSHINE : For joutli ; also for those of all ages wliose beart? are Dot withered, It a handsome, pure, uttfiil and most In. ?treating paper ; it is published monthly b\ ?....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 5 August 1887

IN TIE WING ROO lu one of the big family 1 that stands iu the upper pu New York city then? happent other night a mysterious iur that has kept at least three i in a state of excitement boni on hysteria ever since. Ol fifth floor has lived for over a a gentleman we call Albert?a est, retiring clerk in a bank. has lately been introduced i little private poker game carri in the house, and during a se iu the poker room lias iuil more whisky sours than his g? meek architecture is able to trol. On the fourth tloor of hotel, directly under Albert'!* i there resides Helen, a relati the proprietor, and l.inina, friend, who is a .Jersey girl, st iDg art here iu New York. K la matrimonially engaged, anil fre?iueutly goes to theatres her fiance, ami, returning, In bit of supper in the lestaurant. the vestibule, to which Emma i corted to take the elevator, t is always a last little talk. I I im in a goes up to her rooin-ni and the engaged man, full of pi ing anticipations of the hour w he'll take...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 12 August 1887

VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1887. NO. 28. ?tttflftMBOAft HtBH-O IB rOBUBHXD WKKKLY BY ' H R HERALD COM!'AN Y ! Subscription, O.S. Dollar and a halt p.r year payable iu advance. Subscriptions not I ?id at time of ?ub ?cr biug may ruu tb.ee mouths tor ie pon*?ible parties. But alter tho-t nuie $?.00 ?-ill be charged without vaiiauce in any eaae. All oommunicatioua of a etnotly private nature will be iu?ertA*d only aa adverti?. menta. THE HERALD JOB OFFICE, complote in every respect. Editorial room, bnainesa otBoe and ntosw presse? be? tween Railroad and Maiu ?treeta. K?BT.K8TONKB?BNEK, ATTOBNEY AT LAW, EDINBURO, ?-JHK*?AN?OAU Cl)., VA. Will practice in the courts of Shcna.i doah and adjoining counties. Special attention to Collection of Claims. Nov. 3, '84?ly. LTklfLKTT. an., aiTOUII AT LAW, ComtttiBloner in chancery, ASO SOTAB? I l 1>HC. ?Mt.Jacks?"*. - - Vihoimia. Mar at-si-?W. ti I AME? C. BAKEU. Jr., ? I -?ni a - ll.ia.VXON A l?i?Vl). eraclictrtsB-1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 12 August 1887

ISrUBUSBIDWKULY BT THE HERALD COMPANY FRIDAY, Al G. 13,I-?"?7. The paper of Col. W. \S. Evans, of Tetersbiirg, is out. It is suffi ? '?eil t to say that Evans is an illit? erate colorea man, and is simply list'd by his compeers. Court this week, newspaper next. Two tons of Ice daily are consum? ed by the government departments at Washington. No wonder there is coolness among some of the Cab met ? dicers. Chestnut is the name of an attractive and popular belle at At? lantic City. The name is in no war appropiate, and some gallant youth ought to be able to ring the belle before the end of the season. Poisoned by buttermilk, poi?son ed by lemonade, poisoned by ice cream, poisoned by this, that and tiie other refreshment. ?S?? the 'ems read. What shall we drink, anyhow ? Panhaudle, Yes.., advertises for "cue hundred single young women who are prepared to rough it tor a time, to come to Panhandle and marry our thrifty young men."? embutidle evidently forgets that ear is five months off. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 12 August 1887

8iHEN.-4flD0.Atf HEfl/U? WOODSTCOK, VA.? [ Ent???K? at the Ho?t Office, at Woodttook, Va., as -acond-clat? matter. FRIDAY, (vVe. VA, l?sT, OUR OFFSB. Booki for the MiUion-4*Ul Standard Work?. We call the alteutiou of our reader? to the advertiawuieut in auotber eoluuin headed "Bookl for the million ' Read it carefully and itee wbat a mas? of litera tura you can get aloug with the Kkkaii? one year for the ?urn of f2.0(i. There is nothing trashy about these books. They are all ?taitdard works by the liest aud moit popular author.?. Now is tb?- time to get the Hkrali? and forty-tive splendid book? for only two dollars. Don't let this opportunity pass. You will never have auothermch. An Offer WofthT ?ttajntion Frem E.ery Rtadar of tha Herald. YoiR Choic? or four C..?>i? Paieiis, KtUCB. srNsHINE : Por youth : also for those of all ag?*a whom hearts are not withered, is a handsome, pure, useful and niost in? teresting paper, it ii publithed monthly i.v | 0. Allen A Co.. Auguita...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 12 August 1887

lit! AND HOUSE! METHODS 0FJEEDW6 ME It is universally conceded poultry raisers in our count a supply of meat is an al necessity to laying bens, bu methods ot meeting this diversities of opinion are i ous. Bat not to expatiate the different modes in which is fed to hens, I will briefly my opinions on the subjeet, the method which, in my ? etn'o, has proved itself most factory and profitable. lu tbe sommer, when het given their freedom in ro about, they will obtain a snf quantity of insects, worms, e supply their want of animal Hut in the winter, as they ha* such opportunities, tbe con tiou of their animal diet is ?J dent upon the owner. The method of supplying hens wi meat diet Is to obtain a beef tore's bead, which can be purcl for ten or fifteen cents trom butcher, and twice or three tii week with an old axe, a part should be chopped up for the As bone is also a necessity to when this head is chopped up and tlesb together, bens re two very essential elements of necessary diet. Afte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 19 August 1887

VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, AUGUST I!), 1887. NO. 29 is rcBLiaaaD wbhly by 1 H E HERA la (> COM I' AN ? Subscription, Osa Dollar and a half per year payable in advance. Subscription? Dot I aid at time of ?ub scr bing may rua lh.ee mouth? for re 1'oussibie parti???, but after that time $**.0l) ?rill be charged without variance in any case. All communications of a strictly private nature will be iuaerted only as advertisc niont?. TUB HERALD JOB OFFICE, complete in every n*?pec*t. Editorial room, buaineoB office and ?team presse? l*? tWDeu Railroad and Maiu atreeta. ROBT. E.STONKl.ri'Nl.l*. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Edinbuku, Shenandoaii Co., Va. Will practice in the court? of Shenou doah and ailjoiuiug counties. Spetial ?tleutiuu to Collection of Claim?. Nov. 11, 'HS? ly. I _ 1 Kll'UTT. a?., ATTOUNEV AT LAW, Commissioner in Chancery, ASI? NuiaKV i t'iil.UV Vt. Jackson. - - Vihoimia. ?4a? 11 tU?lv. U AMES C. BAKER, Ja.. JA.B ?wire?? IIAUTOM ?ft II? > YD. ? law lu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 19 August 1887

ISrCBUSnlDWKBVKLY BY THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, I It 111-1Y. Ilia. It?, ISS7. ORIGINAL AND BORROWED. It is the little things of this lite that bother us. One yellow-jacket at a camp meeting will min ? whole sermon. An Alabama youth has been made crazy by the cigarette busi? ness, lie probably had a cigar? ette and could not Hud a match. A man in Pittsburg drinks crudo petroleum. It will be a sad day for him if the old -fashioned ideas about intnre punishment are true. Postmaster Geueral Vila? is about to change the -color of the two-cent stamp. Another great reform in tho postal service ! If there is one thing more con ?picious than another abont the Roanoke platform, it is the fact that while it professes great love for the workingmen it really pledges them nothing.?ii'uhmond Truth, (Ind.) Kentucky cast the latest vote it has ,ver polled at last election and gave its smallett Democratic major c\. The Free trade plank in the next Democratic platform will be carefully co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 19 August 1887

WOOD8TCOK, VA, i Kit" red at the Po?t Office, at Woodttock, Va., at vocond-cloa? matter. FatlDAT. ill?. IV?. iss7. OUR OFFER. Booka for the Million?All Standard Works. w ? . .ill the aStBatfsa afoai rssWUtato the advertisement in another Colinen In- ul.-.l "Books for the million" K.-ud it carefully and see what a mass of litera late J'oii cuii get along with the HKit.u l> aa. 'ear for ibe ?inn of BUS. There i? nothing tra by about these book?. Tbey are all standard ivotks by the liest and ?aal popular author?.. Now is the time t.. get tb.- llK.ltAU. and forty ine splendid booka for only two dollar?, lbui't let tin? opiM.rtiinity pass. You will never Lave another anch. An Offtr Worthy Attention From Every Beider ef the Herald. Y..I r Choice <?k rocK Goon Papbr?, fan, ?l 'S'sllINE : For yonlh ; also for those .?fall ate? whose heart? are not withered, I? a handsome, pure, useful and mo?t in >g paper; it is published monthly hi 1'. I'. Allen &am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 19 August 1887

THE GOVEHMSS. I went to live with my aunt, Leonora Seymour, when my father died. That was bait a dosen years ago, bnt my trouble seems as fresh now as it did then. My lather married a simple coun? try girl, but a more beautiful wo? man I never saw. Father belong ni to a proud race of people, old as tin? ('onqueror, and reaching: back to the Plantagnets. When he brought my mother home to Els mers Hall, Aunt Seymour met her so haughtily, and led her Buch a life, that my father soon took her away to Italy. There she died two years after I was born. Father and I were all in all to each other. He was my compan? ion, sukit*, teacher, ami playmate. only 19 when he dle<1, and I was left to the tender mercies of my aunt. I was a Seymour and could not be put to drudge, so Bhe determin? ed I should be a governess. I had an advertisement inserted in the paper, and in about a week an an? swer appeared in the person of Harry Knglefield. He was well pleased with me, and a week later I w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 26 August 1887

?to?iini VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 26, 1887. NO. 30. ORNANDO/U, tt?flAU> IB PCBU8BBD WCCXtr BY TB E HERALD COMPANY Subscription, Osa Dollar akd a half par year payable in advance. Snbscriptiona not y aid at time of sub scr'bing may run th/ee mouth? for ro Jtouaaible parties. But after that tiuie l'?.?i) ?ill be charged without varianoe in any cate. All communications of a strictly private nature will be inaerted onlyaa advertise? ment?. TILE HERALD JOB OFFICE, complete in every respect. Editorial room, bnaines? office and ?team preaao? be? tween Railroad and Main street?. ROBT. E. STU N B BURNER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, EdINBUKO, SlIKNA.NlH'.Ul Co., VA. Will practice in the court? of Sbeuan doah and adjoining couiitii-?. Special attention to Collection of Claims. Nov. 3, '64?ly. Commissioner in Chancery, ?NU nOTABl 1 ruLUt. NlT. JACKSON. - ? VlKlllNlA. May 11 -St.-lT. U lAMr'S C. BAKER, Jr.. et -with , It A UTO I*-. * II? ?\ I?. i-iacttce law lu partnership lu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 26 August 1887

??HEW^laDO/i-tt -HSflAi-sD UrUB~SB.DWa.KKLY BY THE HF.RALD COMPA.N Y WOODSTOCK, VII??" IM A < It ID It- . All.. M, ISST. ORIGINAL AND BORROWED. Harry Tinsley mistook his infor? mant. Wo had Hither trust Harry anil the cantaloupe he speaks of than his informant. Loth of the candidates for Gov? ernor of Ohio are bahlheaded and they aie deacons in the BMM churcb. Will the lJichniond Dispatch ph-aso take down that "vhroiiio" ot Riddleberger which it otter-* its subscribers. We'll sat agin. A i'lttsburg, lYiinsylv.inia, WO? mas has hail her mother arresteil for embezzlement. Loth of the women must be very hard i We do hope Harry Tinsley will not gel his cantaloupe ami infor? mation so mixed hereafter as that he shall not kuow either Iron thai bouillon hat. King Darius saul to Daniel that he should worship do other God but Lim. We obey law hot wor sbip nothing earthly. Sot even a Judge or a chairman. We are getting iioimueinnle colt ?nonprogenitives?by the usual co.i?,-ut decep...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 26 August 1887

BHtNyiW?OATf t,?*/U?? WO?D8TCOK, VA.? [ Entered at the Post Office, at Wood.tock, Va., as -veoond-class matter. FKIISAY. kUi- Ms I**'?7* OUR OFFER. Books for the MiUion-.?Vll Standard Works. We cull the attention of our leader? to the artvert.Hement m another column beaded "Hook? for the million." Read it carefully and i*e what a nias? at litera ture you can get along with the Hr.HAi.i? one year for the ?uui of f?.iX?. There is nothing tra?hy about these book?. They are all standard work? by the beet aud mott popular author?. Now is the time to get the H?RAU> and forty-five ?plendid book? for only two dollars. Don't let this opportunity peas. You will never hate another inch. an Offtr WtrthY~A??..M From Evtyry RM-ta^tlri Htrilt.? Yl.t'K t'lIOICB Of ?"OIK ?;?."1> PaI-KKH, ma. ??INSHINE: For youth ; also for those of ?11 age? wbote heart? are not withered, la a haudaoine, pure, uaefnl and moet in? teresting paper ; it i? publiahed monthly bv B. ?'. Allen * Co.. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 26 August 1887

THE MAD LOVER. BY O. WALDO BROWNE. '?( Hi, Allie ! I forgot to tell yon before, but Lang Mitchell has es? caped from alii keepers ami is at liberty." Alice Durand's fair lace turned l4 her friend's anuounceinent. "You do not mean it, Bessie.? Von arc trying to frighten toe.*' "No; I am not, Alice. Mad Lang Mitchell has really escaped from the !'?-asylum, and as late as noon ? iiluy he had not been found. But don't look so white; you nor t have nothing to fear. I had for? gotten he was one of your discard? ed suitors. Singular, wasn't it, your rejection should have driven him crazy ?" ??Ihssti? West!" exclaimed the other, reproachfully ; "how can you ? ?peak M I I gave Mr. Mitchell to un- j dit stand from the first that he could j not win my favor. Still he would i press his suit, until I became engag-1 eil In Trunk I.an??, when I positively refused to net him. lie went away ottering such fearful threats that I ; can never forget them. You know that insanity is hereditary in the i fa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 2 September 1887

- VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, 1887. N'O. 31. IS P?BUSHBl) WBBXLV BY CHE HERALD COMPAS Y Subscription, Osts Dollar anda mal? par yoar payable in advance. Subscriptions not [ ?id at ?m? o? ?h ?cr hing uiay runth.ee uioi.ih? for re ponssible parties. But after that time l?.uu ?ill be charged withont variance m any case. All oommnniaatioiia o?s? Btrtotly privaU nature will be imaertad only as advertiee tnenU. TELE HBRALO JOB OFFICE, complete in every respect. Editorial, room, business offloe and steam preasesbe- | tweeu Railroad and Main strata. ROBT. E. STONEBURN'EK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Edinburq, shenandoah Co., Va. Will practice in the court? of Sheuan doah and adjoining counties. Special attention toOoUsction o? Claims. Nov. ?, 't>4?ly. I TRIM Commissioner in chancery, AND NO I AB. V HULK'. > T.Jackson ? - Virginia. Waj 21 IM.-It. t( [AMES C. BAKES, Jit., ?J -?WITH-- - 1IAHTUN ?Jfc HOY?. ? Isw in partnership la lb? M Ahsuanduah >ud...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 2 September 1887

/H?lvAiNDOyHf Tf?t*AU>' IS rUEtlSHil. WKMLY BT THI HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA FRIDAY. ?KPT.t, 1**7. ORIGINAL AND BORROWED. ?lust about thin timo the ice cit-um joke makes its little bow, ?ml gives way to the entry of the old familiar jest about tlio oyster. All Virginia pensioners o? the I'. S. government who have hereto? fore beeu drawing their pay from the pension agent at Knoxvillo, will draw it hereafter from the I'. S. pension agent in Washington. As a consequence of the platform ?adopted by the Virginia Democrats, tbe city ot Richmond tinds itself uuable to borrow a dollar for munic? ipal uses. The man who wants a sharper comment on the lolly and faithlessness of old-fashioned Hour bonism should write it hiinseli. A fall from a fourth-story window in a Nebraska house failed to phase one ot the loveliest of her sex. Sho landed on her rubber bustle. The elastic properties of the contrivance was so considerable as to project tbe fragile and lovely form nearly s...

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