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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 11 November 1887

?fltlWNDOATt -HEr^lD WOODSTOCK, V.A.. ? Entered at the r*o*t Olli e, al Wo Ya, M '?oond-clas? matter. FRIDAY. \OV. II. ISS7. OUR OFFER. Booka for the Million AH Standard Worka. We tall the attention eJ Mi ? Ih?* advertisement ill iinntli? r colnn o headed ' T.ook? for the million" lit u.l it carefully nuil BBS B ?'' litera? ture jmi can get aloag w it'i tli*' HbBALD one vear for the sum It. la Botadas tra-liy about are all standard week* by the b< most i>?.pnlar author-. Now i- the tune to (?et the llEltAI.l) ?li?l foil} live ?pi. mini book? for only two dollar*. Don't let this opportunity pass. Yon will never have ??luuhertucu. An Offtr Worthy Attention From Every Reader of the He aid. Y"i B ('Hour. OS BOOS OOOB I'.vi'll:-. Sl'NSHINK : For j out h : aaao for ttio-o of all ajie? who.-*? hearts BU It a l.aiitlsonif. putt-, useful and tercttinjj paper : it ?s BaMoaBSd inonthly bl B. ?. Allen A Co.. Augusta, Maine, at 50 liant? per year; it is bandtomely illn? tra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 11 November 1887

A LITTLE HERCULES, Away back In tbe sixties I was financially interested in two or three Texas enterprises with a man nam? ed George Sloane. Tbat was his right name, hut in many localities in Texas he was onlv known as Nervy George. I have seen a great many statements concerning his ad ventures in print, but all more or less exaggerated. Some of the ail ventures which came about while w.' were in company I will now give to the press for the first time. Sloane was an Ohio boy, and I made his acquaintance and chum? med with him in Andersonrille prisou. We went West together after the war, and at that time he was only 27 years old. He was 5 feet 7 inches high, weighed ICO 1> ? nuls, and was the strongest man I ever saw outside of a professional wtestler or cannon-ball tosser. llis flesh was so hard that he could crack a walnut on his leg. On two or three occasions I knew him to break the lnnies in ?man's hand by a ?ingle grip. He took no training of any sort, but the strengt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 18 November 1887

VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1887. NO. 42. I* PUBU9BKI? WBBBL? BT Til K H BRAU? COM CAN Y Hobaeriptlon, Onb Doi-lab ani? a hal? per year payable ?a advance. 8ul?*oriptione not i *id at time of lub ter biug m?v ruu lh.ee month? for re pooMible partie*. But oflvr th?t ilm* IvJ.?O a-ill be ehafgod without variance in ""111 oommoaioatiou? of a itriotly private u ?tare will b* in?ert*d only** advertme sasana*. THS HERALD JOB OFFICE,*, j complete in every respect. Editorial loom, buelneet ofao* and it*ani preMceb? |TM0 Ji?i!r.>*d and Mam ttreeU. RO?T. E.Sl?NKlUUNKi:, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Edinbcbo, She-nandoah Co., Va. Will practice iu the oourt* of Sheuan doah and adjoining couutie*. Special attention to Collection ol Clauna. Kot. 3, 'ot-ly. j^ -ikii-lbtt. -a^^, AT LAW# Commissioner in ftancery, *nd soraK? railla ?'T.JaCKSUN. - ? YlKdlNIA. Va-? Il 14 -1?. ?f TAMES C. BAKER, Jb-, ?I -wir* HART?N ?* UOY 1>. ? law lu partatrehlp lu ?h? countl?? ol ButD...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 18 November 1887

?tt??sA1sl>0Att t\Z*t\LJ> ItrDBUtBBDWBKKLT BT THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA I KinVt. \OV. 1H, IHS7. THE LATE ELECTIONS. Wo frequently heard on the streets last week: "Why don't we cele brater Rut the cooler heads an? swered with a sly wink, as much as to say, keep quiet ou that, boys. The reason "we don't celebrate" boys is because there is nothing for Democracy to rejoice over. The DatatUCJIBla carried no doubtful state, and Virghria and Maryland about divided last year's majorities by two. The governor of Ohio who i?u?itU'?l Foraker was a Democrat. Foraker has been re elected by 35, 108 majority. Tbe whole column of Republican states increased their majorities, and the aggregate of the popular vote is such as to insure the election of a Republican president Mil fall, unless the present admin iM rat ion can perform some miracle to counteract the revolution in pub lie sentiment. Rhode Island went Demoeiatic tat her election last lie tore tins, and shou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 18 November 1887

SH-ENAira-OOAH ?Mia WOODSTOCK, VA-. f Entered at tbe Post Grace, at Wood.toot, Vs., a? "?oond-clas? matter. FRIDAY. XOV. 1st. 1M**?7. OUR OFFER. Booka for the Million-All Standard Work?. We call the attention of our readers to tbe advertisement id another column beaded "Book? for tbe million." Head it careful)? aud see ?abat a mas? of litera? ture you can get along with tbe Hkiiai l> one year for tbe ?urn of IMO, Tin re la nothing traahy about these books. They are all ?tandard works by the beat and moat popular authors. Now la tbe time to get the Hkkalu and forty-tive ?pleudid book? for only two dollar?. Don't let thi? opportunity paaa. Yon will never have another ?och. An Offer Worthy Attention From Every Reader of the No aid. Tenu Clinic? on soon Qoon Pama, twwm IllSIBIII : Pas youth ; also for those of all agea wboae heart? are not, withered, I? a handsome, pore, iimT'iiI and iront la* tereating paper ; it ia published monthly bv E. t*. Allen A Co.. August?, Maine, at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 18 November 1887

re.-1 i Last Balloon Ami JONAS JUTTON. For a number ot years, In tin early part of my life, I wan ?ulvanci agent for various circuses. 1 n ceived a very remunerative salary but as I was constantly on the g< and could hardly find time t< breathe I grew tired ot it and em barked in other pursuits, winch though sometimes not paying me ai much as representative ef the big gest and only show on earth, WaV a great ?leal more satisfactory ti me. From 1867 to 1870 I worked Vai Amburg's show ahead. Duiinj, three years there was a young aro nsnt, by the name or Preston, win traveled witti us, making aseen sious every afternoon when tin weather was propitious. He wan i noble-hearted, handsome, uitclli gent yoong man of 2-', and was ? favorite with the entire ?ompany.? He was also strictly temperate which, certainly, could not truth fully be said of all the attaches ol our cirens. Preston and I formed quite an attachment lor euch otber, and whenever 1 was with the circos w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 November 1887

?B? VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, NOVKMItKIt 25, 1887. NO. 13. 6-tt-EW/tN-OOy.ff <t-E??^i.P rsrCBUsHKowrtasr y uy RBB a ? ?ny I . Ail commun i meats. mi HEBALD JOB 01 FICE, . estai room, I. . -, ?ween Ba i *?"????. ?.? ?*?...? ROBT. B.8T01?EB?RNE1?, I. ?UN Bill!, Will ' doah ami -? . I Nov. S, 'et?ly. I Commissioner .? aeon, M?y tl '?? fAliES C. B \ el \ !.. I * ???? ?tur . - " ??V Til it H.Rii.n LAW Wood Vh Will ara I deah, the l'ire . and in the I Cireait Coarta at !! . BSBT"(>rKii floor with IlKiiti i>. it . ' * Al i V - ?ar*.)ii-c in s < ATTDUM.iS AT 1 \ \ ITY . \ A. May la, - ,Uat B.I w. ' Harriet ,LE B 4 li ?AYTORy EYS ; i ?. . ? ? i - - Vi.. OBce in Burner B rr?etice ;:i i Boaaty, t ton. Either n van be ted as above. i ? V n. ?ll.l.Ull?. IUJAMB, ?y . i?-? ATT< ,.\W WOODSTOCK, VA. i.ocaln?. ??? P?|?,Fr*d?ile? ? ?ti?.?;al?o ah?C??rla et appatitol Virginia auditilU? ?. B.nutrlet i - ???alai ?tutillo? thin ta Iheoolle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 November 1887

ISrCBLISBBDWBBBLT BT HKRALD COM PAN Y t ItlliAY, >OV. M. IHS7. ORIGINAL AND BORROWED. "Who and what is the true man ?" asks an orator. He is the fellow who works tor his living, and sub scribes lo the pap?is. Rumors of a coal famine have liegnn ususually early. The kin rtred chestnut ot a failure of the ice crop may be looked for any day. A New York Anarchist threaten f?l to kill a reporter, and now he is in jail. .Moral : Always treat s re? porter with proper respect. IVe sec trom the papers that Mrs. Cleveland has presented ?J'_,."> to a northern lady for her St? baby. The?|uestion natural' in the inquisitive mind, how much world she give for M first one? OhieegO ?smaking a?piietcanvass '??secure the holding of the l'eput.li ? -, National ('snveiition next sum mer in that city. Bt. Louis, Wash? ington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and Cincinnati are also rivals. The two farmers in Colorado who settled a dispute over s tenet* by killing each other saved the state c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 November 1887

ttrSNM&Cjt-tt Wll Woodstock, va. rF.ntere.iatTHei-,M,tO> Va., ra aasad alai FUI I) \ y. MOT. SS. 1-.S7. NEWS. -'.s. B F.Vityhi.ilv . "Hurry "ob omntrv pi Mr. .1. .Vi. y V.umgardner, of Angus ta enmity, has found a praanlaiB| manganese i?r?? on his laml wie. an analysis afSSJ ; ? nu-talic inane , Hoot? and sime? a sp, daltj al ?'? B. mat? ean A Co.'a Mr Eil. Bushoiij* ha? greatly improved hi?handsome, a'i.1 p'easant suburban hum? near towu, Of raising th.- house ami erect ing a gable front and patting aa roof. If yon want a good, cheap 'ist, BBbbJ. . After the 10th or IVeemher. a".I .. ing ??-count? will lie placed in the hand? of a lawyer for collection without a ?ingle e-iceptiou. W. ft r.arri.n. A fireman, on the C A n, 1: | naine i'f AiUiii?, wan thrown from Ins engine ami iiistant'y killed , last, at Itrand's Station. The unfortunate man wa? from Rockhridgt. o ntntv. ttmunP in i' i will hny : what We will buy ; wh** $1.00 will hny and ? you Tunte fur Ti.ur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 November 1887

FAI Al HO?SEHOL KINDNES-* TO HORSES. That kindness is the only metliod ot teaching horses, antl it in fully Appreciated by titea? bien fully derofnistratcd by 1 1..H thnlntnew, the great horse ti er .nid educator, lit* - ??A botlj is as capable ot nn standing what is required of hii a man, if the same care is exere in bis trainiug and treatment. ?T?OfM knows when he is ill tren and he knows who hi? friend enemy is. In training my horses 1 have observed tins constantly, and, more, that a In is capable of appreciating pr for the work he has performed. tlie close of a ?lifllcult perform? winch tin* horse has gone thro ? :li ciedit, 1 have simply Ment !.Is Meek, i?atte?t his head, or m ly uttered some phrase ot cornu dation, ami the animal has ktopc el by a ek-irly intelligent fis Of the eye, a BifS. of fSfc**B*4bOi anil ? glad relaxation of his on .'-?. as eloquent in exp' ru- its tin? smile of ploasniw ?] tic face oft man who receives ?SOd of praise, tor S inentori action. ! boltOVS t...

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

VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1887. NO. 44. 18 rCBLJBHFI? W1UI > bi '* M K H BRAU? CO M ?' AN Y Subscription, OUDOLUI \nhaiiaik per year payable In ad\.. Subscriptions uot I ?id at time of sub ?or hing may niu.th.-te months for. i> $??.00 will be charged without \aiiauce bo any saae. All communications of ? strictly private uatnre will be inserted only as advertise? ment?. Tu DDULD JOB OFF? complete in I ' Utorlal room, business 0???? ;'l;'l i* I t*Mn Railroad and Mam tl ROBT. E. stonkiu km:i;, A 1 IMKM.V \l LAW, EDIKMtJRO. SllKNAM't'ill < Will practice in the .nit? of Shcnan doah and adjoining counties. Special attention to Collection of Claims. Xot. 3, ?4-1*. Commissioner in uLancory, aira 10 KM it-11.11:. ."T. JAOMO? - Vj W?r Jl'??.-1?. tf .1 AMES C. ;' ;i?.. -wim BARTOM A HOY?. II. ?r?riut law la partnership '" '?? Bbsusiidokb ?? d lin ? f eaak ittmt' nt?t ?Btn itt.i tu laaai Ovrica to Court Uou? V?r>l ? Addreaa JA*...

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

IBf 1'M.ltfHr.l'WBCftl.Y MY I HERALD COM FAN Y >s?,u K ?.'IU?;IM V Fill DAY. UKV. 3, ISH7. II u i nal i il i ????????????Ba There sre some people so lhank ?d captious in this world, that when they climb the golden stairs thcv will find fault because there in clvator waiting tor them. An Iowa woman filled a long felt want in bei neighborhood !>> ing out, unaided except hj i lifter ami a lively \ellow dog, a gang of four tramps that had been /.ing the vicinity for weeks. She will probably be ask>-?i to am p i.? : ?r professional baseball clubs. Mormon ehlers are on a ly ting expedition m the uioun MCtteue ?d Boanoke county, and preach nightly to the ignorant -. m ho know little ot the mis ?ion. liny claim to ??e n inous, ami have met with s?> having baptised a ferns Verl Tue? lav. Philadelphia Rmei never 1 anything more strikingly to the incut than when it Bays that "wild . now turning their t'hot!. : lOUth, but they aie - . wild ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 2 December 1887

8HtNAlMO0y*TT HI WOODSTOCK, VA. ' Beteced at thePo Wo id ?I Va., at-.ee- -er. l'KUrAY. !>?:<. S. IHS7. ,;. LOCAL Ni:ws .1. i Eveijh uly coin. . Wateh for Bargelt'l 'iiinns eexl -? All the beys of the Valb half th.- netaa tl. ?I the boye ol oai to uiaku as the hoUdayt A tresh auppli of earranta citr ?l-ii at al Geary's. Many of our Fuit people i omplalo tl the road betwei Port, ? Woodstori should he imp Hominy, I .' and rom in at Geary'* Hominy for St per lb. weet of BSaaattaa, doing ; Mather and dwelllt If you want a ni ?? - Horden A I The Bwaesi i Be rnaki- the children ylad '. Charlea Keller, a yoath, whoaa para iborg, had both h assahad Sei liii.ird a moving train at Sleepy Creek. Chi ami nur good people want to know w! T !' D nett has an lasas? - i'l on hi ?ell, of Front Re Thnraday a l| and ten da Al Oi on Tfceredej last, M eeagbtei of Oea tl 1> If reg? aeat ol parent French ai ' ? and ?es. - and will guara tre them to be of II ' ami are th.i wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 2 December 1887

OI?HAJpi! BY EVA BEST. [From tbo Detroit Free l're I was terribly cross that i Everything had gouu wrc. day, ami I hail so much ti the way of cake baking ami to a thousand things bes.de were to give a grand supper Thanksgiving Day?whict ul.s.i, the tliiitit'th anuiver our wedding. vary me," I thought, | in? the oven to see how the t were getting on. "I can't it has been thirty years sine and I st??od up belore Pi Peases to gsi man led?it doesn't seem that long ; but 1 er Censor has been dead anil these twenty years. Tom's as white as the flour at th< and I?well I don't fee! so n jet, ami wouldn't realize the of time fo Basest if 1 hr.iln't . here, with inf.'' and I glaw our only chilil?:. man in ^. luit to mo always a for he bad never grown in 8 aiSSM ten long years ago, whe brought gist in mangled and ing. Ins feet Crippled for lifec by s tall fioin ?? basai Is the r I thought it would kill n ti'-t. to see my once acl've, I bright ?lai?ng tramping arou lies: but somehow ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 9 December 1887

VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1887. NO. 45. <arCBUHRKl>WBRKl.? HY i M K H ER AU? roi! Pan Y .Subscription, OmbDollaS ani.a hali r>er year payable in adVI Subscriptions not i v*iil al ser bmg uiuv run ih > o poiis-ai,;.- pariisa. $??.00 will be ehargixl withoal v.. any lase. AU communications of ustiL-tl; natarewillbe inserted only ?s ai mente. TILE lIKUAl!' JOB ?li'Kl? complete in I eoom, busiiie?. "tue-- snd steam pu Iwaen Kailroail ami Main itlMta. Roux. i:.sio\i.i;i KNKK. ATTORNEY AT LAW tuiajarKU, Siiknam' Will practice in i Shaoan doah ami adjoining com Special attention toC ?> ?ov. S. "tK-ly. L Commissioner in Uhancory, AND ? I SOKSBN, - ? v-; Si? II -S4.-1?. it laii'Lcrr. ? ?*., \T LAW, .1 A MKS C. BAKER, Jr. PTIlll BAvaVTOX-* a i'.ov i>. ?r?cl1<-? l?w It? Bart? Shsaandosa Kid I ??? ? f ?ach IU.nl - a.>t satrnaiaS tu ihom. ?rri ilti ?' ? I Address IAS Mil Tin *8* -iT.tf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 9 December 1887

NASBOylfHtEp^B tSf?BUBWS^W?ISLY BY HERALDCOMPAMY i ?a i - WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA t'Riitiv. i?u.?rissr. p iblisb th.- President'? Mes la full in this issue. The editor in chief not being hero to comment apou it, we- wil> leave our IS to do so for themselves. ii? -sr<B^__ We are all forto'^-tellers. That is. wo cnn tell a fortune when we A ''"''''"/'.?i turkey batched FS, four chicks and twenty. f,,ar balnea chicks, sat doesn't to havolaal all the eggs. .e announcement in tli ?j is to tbe effect that "Sam Small, the noted evangelist, will deliver a lecture In Wythcvilre on the evening ot the loth of Decem? ber. Subject: 'From the Far-room l'uipit.' ' 8 tune since a movement >t on foot at Mae-on, Grsv, to by popular subscription a ,le',t Davis fund, bat it has been abandoned at the request of .Mrs. , w iio h is written a letter in Which ?be thinks her friends for .heil kind efforts, but deprecates th- accomplishment of It. The . uf Mr. Davis has greatly im...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 9 December 1887

SfUflATlBCMf tt-r WOODSTOCK, [Eataw v?.,.. i uii>iy. iftsc, <>. is*?r. (TORAL LOCA! S'I Thal dowaaaa* thing ro ? ?puilitv. Mary It. Poll? i this |i; n? in the Intermediate Departaaaal I hejsi ? infl fur tin irade ? alea ?aoeh ?ware. Atittmny Rapp. v. ho broki ? ? nablwvd ?gata, ami is i jail charged will 1 I have received a ' she liotiihiy?. All gradee and at 'I*, i ? iioikiin; ?mm-?-. Ti | T. i A -m of John '.' White Hall, Kroderick count?. >? i '-.ward into a i?at ,.t li >? 1*1 aa* , !>-?< :ir,i ii BBd dit-d in n f,.w h r on. eaananata, : i spiet-, || at 0? ? Bf, Logan kill? ?' Mr, !.. ?V Knes'ey kiUed thr. ? ?I and 308Iba. Mr ?S.V. B aa hf?d with two thai . I T. ?srv h If-roi B. B?n I>r. B r<>? W fev powrrd a- ' lit quit? ill. Hi* brother, l'r. Carter, ? ? <-cnt nit. at of photo, i from -?rio. n|i. Otir farnii n ?loes not ; ? ther. ami to I thing el?c. Wa - liU...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 9 December 1887

iS OLD HUNTER'S STORY. WLen I went to Iowa Territory, in ISIS, I made my home with an oKI actiaaintance by the name of Creen, who wi'iit from Western isylvaolaV, ?here lie ha?l led a I> :ty eventful life, bis house hav . i'ii burned twice over Lis head laj" Indians, ?luring the early wttlt? in? nt of that state, lie had lost two of his children by the same menus, so that he had cause euough to ?-migrate. fie settled on Mansou's Hiver, or rather Creek, which flowed Just by his door, and which a mile or two In-low descended fully a hundred feet by a series of rapids which were sure ?leath for any man to at? tempt to shoot who was not a per? fect master in guiding a canoe.? ; I'ould never summon courage to attempt it in his birch canoe un? til he had seen me do it ; but he gained courage after awhile, and learned to do it with an ease and confidence equal to my own. When 1 m fishing we frequent lv ??filiirinid the feat, until it be? came a matter of amusement with both of us...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 16 December 1887

'?? il , ?!% WS Vs=^ VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1887. NO. 46. SttElwAlsBO/ttt tt?tWD ISrUBUl?HKli WKIILI BY "H E BERALD COM P \ N Y Subsoriptiou, Osa Dollar and a ualj? per veer payable in advance. option? not ] aid at time of ?ub s?r lung may run th.ee month? for re ponssible partie?. But alter that time $'?00 will be charged without variance iu any cas?. All communication? of a strictly privat? uature will be inserted only as advert ins? olents. TILE UKIiALD JOB OKKK K, complete in svetj teepect. i.diloiiaj reom, business otfiee and ?team pi - twseu Railroad and Mam M ROBT. e.si'onkiuunli;. ATTiiUNiiY Ai LAW, Edimbtjsu. Shknasuuah Co., Va. Will practice in the courts of Shtuau doah ?ud adjoining com Special attention to Collection of Claims Sot. S, 'S4?ly. LTKli-L-STr, .... . LAW, Commissioner In Chancery, \Nli s . . - ? \ :. Sktsrit.-it. it 1 AMI'S C. BAKER, .lu., ?I WITH ?AUTON ?5fc 1IO YD. Vr?oMc?l?wtn ?eitaanhtp ? li?n?n<iokb. ?nil 1-kge. Tti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 16 December 1887

ISrCBUSHKDW KKKI.V BY THE HERALD COMPANY W/OODST?C'K. VIKUl?.'IA FRIDAY. DEC. 1?. 1*?S7. ? ? The mother of the late President t.ai'tielii la v7 y tin s old. She is yet bright and very active in mind. The wool growers, representing five hundied million dollars and one million men, sent forth a rather vigorous protest against President Cleveland's me The General average of age i f members of the presen! Congress is tar younger than for many pre? ceding sessions of that body. As a general thing the old men were slaughtered at the last election. The President la one pait of his message recommends a radical re dm tion of the duties imposed OS raw mateiials, and yet in another as bitterly Opposes taking off the Is he trying to itraddle the liquor quest ion 1 The Atlanta Comfifsfios thiuks the President has fallen into a trap, or, rather, deliberately walked into it. A little while ago Atlanta went wild over .Mr. Cleveland. Now the President's message is too strong a dose for the Constitut...

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