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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 16 December 1887

64UMNIMM Hi? WOODSTOCK, VA, ' Batan s! Woodttock, V?., Illint?. DSC. 10. I%bpT. M. LOCA] . in the leihet?? Cha day morning. (I.v'nii; to i! we have be. if nur (one otl.crs over to t , \t vv.-t-k. Oases William Fincliuin, at Harrisonliiiri,' te ha? been r.spitcil until I?, ii Bet I A in, . ?altea ?mice. 'Ii-. i', i:, i. BBTC?BSB lo !? i-hun-h this week bave been p until ?Ollle tic nea.? of Ki-v. Tucker. Leveriag hi - Dai ? ?aaBBfeU? i i KiilillclKTiii i'? . ; . k? n I " se on Tne*<l?y ini;ht, anil Stela tl I hen?. 11. i.- .- :i cure for ?lim i ? liny eue of t! ; ?et? ?t Banjah*? ?ml yen will i- -? left. On Beeeaat ef its length at d ? of matter iiihiii our ?olnn cation from Mt. .in tiexi lee M.\ ? i mo way, W. had !.. n.-r i;,, to i s \ of hi? fhaaon* tin m ?ii. The Lutheran Sand. barg, ?ill give an ? at that place, on B?tarde] nigh) ' Fee ? . Cniirt - ' Mr. A.n. Wyakooe, ti. ^ton Life II Company, of New York, presented thi? afaee with a Bambee of alaaa? blotter?. The B th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 16 December 1887

(CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE.j volunteer militia, nutnberiug about three thousand men, are better equipped, better armed, disciplined and drilled than over before in the history of the State, and can be depended upon in any emergency. It is seen that ? availed myself ot the services of the colored as well as the white soldiers, and my con? fidence in the performance of their dnty was not misplaced. At >ewport News in the midst of threatened disturbance of the peace by their own race, the company sent there was resolute and firm, whether on the sentinel post or in company front, snd were ever ready to obey with alacrity any order from the officer commanding. At the National Drill and Ku campment in Washington in May, or in Philadelphia at the celebra? tion of theContennial of the Federal Constitution in September last, or whether in the procession at the laying of the corner-stone of the Lee Monument in October last, the good conduct and soldieily behavior and military appea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 December 1887

?/^ VOL. (i?. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBKR 23, 1887. NO. 47. ?tt?N*Nl>OA+t WML* iirrti.isHFPirr.Mit bv Il FR AL?> (.?'M P h \ V BtrlpiiOa, OSK 1>.)LLAB ANDA JIAU' pjr year payable in advance. ISubecriptii : | may run i : nonssili'.t! parties. But utter that time "????.Ou ?ill be charged without vaiiaaoein ?>uy cat?. All communications ..? n strictly private nature will be iuserttil only ?v? advertise? ment*. ?m HKKA?.1) JOB UFKK K, complete la Editorial toom, liiisiiu-s, ofBse lim) si twten Railroad ami M BUI - . ROOT. B.BTONKBURNER, All? ?km; V AT LAW, Kl'lNBUKU, MIIVVM'OUI l Will practice m ?he ooortoof Slu-nan dojh on<l adjoining eonnl Special attention to Collection of Claixoo. Nov. S, -vl?ly. LI i:n : I . Commissioner in Chancery, AM' I t.Jaoksom, . u ,1 AMES ('. :., HAltT?)N <a '"??> v i>. Vrarllotltw in partit. Orne? * A.Uresa JV.S , BASES. Ja. ?at Tin *w- -iv.tr. tt H.R1DDL 1. Al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 December 1887

fjBWMS?r- - s-ttt?-jA?JBOATt mm* ISFCBU9HKDWBKSLY BY THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK, VIW'IMA FRIDAY, DEC 23, ISS7. ?aaaaaaaaaaaaaaai Atlanta has decided to Ik tho license lor, bar rooms at tittoen hundred dollars. On Tuesday tho Virginia Leg is tature eiected Hon. Jno. S. Harbour Cnlted States Senator to succeed Senator Kiddleberger, tho present incunbent. An Indiana woman wants a di? vorce from her husband because ho failed to bring ber a silk dress ac? cording to promise. She has tho sympathy of a large number of fe? male sufferers from similar eausit both in this country and in tarop?. At iiockman, Ca., last Thursday, Mrs. .lames Smith gave birth to twin boys. On Friday Mrs. W il liam Smith presented her busband with a boy and a girl, and Sunday Mr?. George Smith, the wile of the third married brother, completed tbe seven by giving birth to three daughters. The amount collected In Virginia, under the direct land tax law was $ol.V*t*7.7---, which sum, if the bill for refunding the a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 December 1887

S4ftJif\\HtOf\r\ IfE^tD WOODSTOCK, VA. r Entered at t: V?.. ?at matter. 1 KllttV. ?Ed -?:?. 1HS7. GENERAI i iii.i - : bo ii . paper ??etieil from th Out printer? are hkelj U> tara ? ?ajourne daring II determined to liiivi- one ~ m? ?luring the teetii ? will be on ver?, ?h..rt rojion? during the reet of the Kor tine ni ?ter- go I? ?fleet. The Rev. T. P. Eps will House, oa Sunday, Dec. 25tb, 1 ? o'clock, p? in. IVin-one?style. i|tia!itj aad Ion in children'? tey ! When you y.? to th.- |??it to get your Ili:iuti>, at?! Sad there, just give ;. bru id Chtistc ami think that the '? Hsaa] time, and yon ? ill he d - him CBtJOBBBtt ' - ight till of lier? proved I mviy i - :ui* ?rere in ai?fj din e(?.n In fact - ,t until Monday ha! put in - r iiiiin. ? A nice let <?' maklag The first ?no > ! falling on Satnn! ; up until tin? groaad ? t - ih-ptli of ? W l s I ]| ? Tin- waathai taming 1 A llCH\ I loW, vi We n ?. thai riding at our late fair f Ihooaand...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 December 1887

steiifflillP A CHRISTMAS STOy. "This is the gprt of Cbiieti . lite," saitLFred to bis sister, a lit Id the nal! ?loor open, wbil attirai in brown velveteeu Ditty leggins to match, v. h 9 Ins machine down the steps, smiled, thinking of his boyish ?when t'hrl8tmas without suow a gloom over his merry little I She said nothingl?uta cherry **| bye," however, ai he weut thr the gate, and watched him proud ejes leap into thosaddh roll gracefully down the aven The pure, crisp air blew the b ringlets in waves across her head, as she stooped and t trcm a btilly-bush a bunch c shining, scarlet berries. Fred felt inexpressibly hapi he started on that brisk mor ride ; ho had the feeling of pendence that belonged to hi a university sophomore; he strode a glittering new machi which he was not a little *>r and more than all, he was goii call on a young lady whose la ing eyes and rosy lips had hau him through three long montl term work. I'erhaps Mi??.*? 1' would be out ; the thought n him...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 6 January 1888

m%\mr% ?e^qPSrXtarant ^ ?* / f T ./?,'1 - v.*' '~m**r*o (*? Ufa, ?! IL ?I AOL. 67, WOODSTOCK, VIU??IXIA, FRIDAY, JANI AllV ii, 1888. NO. 18? IBrCBlISIIKOWKKK .?HF DCOMP ?. IIAI.K per veAi payable In av?rai 8obscripti.?i,.s aol jaxl Bl rinn scr Mag maj tun th pooaalbl? partraa. Kui all $??.00 frill bo chargod will'" . , All eommonloatioaa ?>t ? nature will be ?nm3rt?d B"lj ment?. TUS HEKAI.l? JOB OTA ?' completo in every Wtaott iootu. l.t)?iiit-N? ottieo 1*11.1 "!? I tween Kailrotttl ami Mam-:, I ' - ? RO?T. B. BTONKBURNEli, AROBNEY AT LAW, EllI.NBUKO. N v Will prat-tic? la Bm eeartaof - doah and adjoining eoBi : Special attention to CoUaetioB ol Claims. I -4-ly. Commissioner in Chancery. AM? MT.JAOKaoi - ? Vhuiinia. a?? ii at?it. ? [AMES C. BAKER, Jb., at -?1TH-?? ItAlt'toN .V l??>\ I?. Pr.rtlcclawUi (.?rtneirstiip Bli*uaud,?ah a?, i - of seek member uf 111* Bru, ?. : nasa eutruetrd lu tuem. 0*910? in Court Uouae Yar.l AJdrt,.* IAS.O. HVKI.k. Ja. Mar 7IB 'S4--I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 6 January 1888

IF "CBU.HBDV BBKLY r i ii t HERALD CO!. a N WOODSTOCK, VlUfilNlA. FItlltlY. JAN. 6, 1HSS. 'BEWARE. Let tho Republicans see to it that the approaching State con? vention to appoint delegates to a national convention and chose presidential electors is not handi? capped like the conventiou ot 188-1, when delegates as a condition precedent to appointment were re? quired to take a kind of oath of allegiance to one man. Let us be a Epublit an party and go to tbe convention like gentlemen from other states. We make no mistake when we say we Inoic tho pro me. The national committee has paved tbe way for us by direct? ing each congressional district to n une its delegates and el?ctors.? We must be careful lest this op? portunity to assert somo manhood in this party be lost by credulous ? scence in plausible trickery. Kt member Craig and others who betrayed a meeting of nearly one hundred delegates within the hour that intervened between its ad? journment and the assembling of tbe convention....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 6 January 1888

O+tEttAdNDO/aTf m WOODSTOCK, "\ Entered at the Pc Va., i t Killt Y, Ji\. 6. l| -'.I.NT.I?a? LOG I ???^ll..',, ti-r:', , f our pr BaAa^**?? M??iag in ?m Moml 't day) anil Rive us a !,i;* lit" in? up tht-ir ?abaariptle Mr. Chaa. Welsh, of th little shoaf ? ?? weighed 473 lb?. Anew- pnstoflieo to l?t? known ner's, la? I- ? Miller's in this county, with I'.i n? r as pi.stniaster. Mr. 0. M. He?t, Priaelpal of th stock (?railed School, w , a beautiful gold-hea,le?i Vils of his room, on Chr-' Nonet:. -Wl are now ?ailing 1. at $l r.u la barrel?, and Extra, in barrels, $:t.O" barrel lot? .'???. mat pound. BXI Mr. (has, li. Kmis?, of \ ed one thoiiMtnil poor people in Wi ?m Motnlay, l>?"\ '.'.?th. s irr?iiiiidtsl Hi I ? -'?' slltll t.l The po?t?.Aii.? s,,te l? , Va., ?vu-, blown open b three o'clock ; Bing, 1>. by lont-lars. Tb? tblev? hundred d?>l!:u? in m i liiiiulretl dollar? in ttaanpa, l'or tala privately a splendid I lot lying within the corporate 1 \V,,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 6 January 1888

THE PjCTEB WIFE. ? U alone, are yoa ? as usual '.' -.. Cargill spoke jeatingly, li there wus a substratum of real mea lug in her tone that stunk' Doi Ffartwall to the quick. w, Mrs. Ilartwell waa a tal soft-eyed woman, with a noiselei step and a way of qaletly (Join things that might lead those m versci in human nature to belies tli.it she wai devoid of energy. t Fair to look upon and very gent in her manners, slio belonged I the class of women whom wise ol Solomon must have had in h mind when he wrote "far above n bies." "I met your husband arouud ? -Mrs. FramlDgham's," added Mr Cargill, with polite malice, "so anew yon were in for a quiet evei ing. T)o yoa know, dear, Alfre really oughtn't to go there so oftei lie sets people talking !" "Does he?" ?For, you see, every one knov, what a horrible flirt Adele Framini ham is. He sends her hoquets ever day?he gives ber jewelry an books and bon bons?he dance coustant attendance on her, whil you sit here, solitary and alow with only the c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 January 1888

VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1888. NO. 49. ISPUBl.I?saBl>rVKKK THE HERALD Co M PAN Y Subsclipti?. ?? ANDAHILI per year pa\ s?r asina in.t\ ? for ro piiussiblti parf ?v-'.Uu ?ill be charged without variance in any case. All cmiiiiu.iu-aii' inserted ?tlj ments. THE HKKAl.D JOB OFTICX, complet? in '? dltorial room, business otlice all,I ?t.'.ii.i pi tween Railroad Bad Mam It. ROUT, i: 8TONEB?KNER, ATTOBNEl . l LAW, KlUNliUKll, SllKNAM'?'All I I Wil pna til " ?' ' '?? lls Ol Slmiait doah and adjois Spe? lal .?lleM?, U tO< N ~4?ly. Lirr, . Id CommiBaionei [AMI Jr., *t _?ITU ? II.V : I .1). . - U*a? *l,tr A-llr**. ?t. ''?? Ma? 7tu'M4.-l*.tf. , AI LAW \. - VlBOIBIA. and In the 1 ' ' - I IBgriHucK in Bra th IlKK.U.I?. Vv l>. L BORUM, * I a ATTOUN RYS A 1' LAW. . V ?. Will |,ractt<J? to Bh? 3*0. tin. lor-oflic* 1* Court 1! ?o*r sijuare, Jan. . i.aa. a*. W. I a Uli BAQRCDCK, A aTTOK.M.YS A : LAW, WOODSTOt V. s i:.nasdoah count.,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 January 1888

*Tf?NAfl50AT? H-t-BAtD I8FUBLIS' BDWnnXLYBY THE HE'lALD COM PAN Y ' SfO.'UMaTOCK. VIKOI?-IA. FRIDAY, JA\. IS, ISMS. A bill has been introduced in the Legislature, and will doubtless be? come a law, forbidding any county, district or school official from por? ch a bin g for less than its face value any corporation or county warrant or school claim. Bobert Kerr, of Paisley, Scot? land, has bought twelve acres of land in Tall Hiver, Massachusetts, on which to erect a thread mill em? ploying TOO hands. If protection is such a bad thing for this country why does Mr. Kerr come here t Tue "Now South" don't believe in Cleveland's Iree trade ideas.? I It it is the Birmingham, Alabama, Age, I good Democratic sheet hith erto, '.Inch declares: Y. e will carry the protection ban ner for Alabama and Alabama's workingmen if no other paper will tl ? It, and take onr chances. A New Jersey man was engaged live fooog ladies, ami it got him into trouble, of course. The ni.iu who could deliberately trif...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 January 1888

V/OOD8TOOK~VA, r Entered at tne Post litock, Va., at seeond-cla?? matter. FRIDAY. J %\. l.l, IMW. GENERAL LOCA! v Almut 40u hooaea were ere. : Koanoke last year. Hon. John P. Lewi? is again quite ill at In? home at I.vnnwood, RockiDgham county. Mr. Quo. Ryman, living nriu sl>[ltij,t,thie oounty, ki'?.etl a twenty tive inciQtha old seven-eights Jeraey calf, a ?tit.rt time since, that m-tt.-.l 9M lb?. N'UH'K.?We are now Helling best tlour at $4 5o in bane!?, anil it '-'"? II ? Batan, in barrel?, $3.0l>. Less tbau half barrel lofe L'H-l-er pound. Bi--.ii BaOB, It'.Vmi want a pair of real hand-made lliH-ksltin or S.ranao glove? go to I ?Id and well known establishment, where a large ?took of the genuine article? will alwa.v? be found on han,I. Miss Mary Magruder, ?In ,,-,'r-: of Hon. P. W. Magruder. of this nlace, accompa? nied her father to Richuioud on Monday laat, and will ?pend ?ou?e time v i ?it ing friend? in the capital city 1-thixlist cburoh. of Mt. Clifton...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 January 1888

MU. There is room foi iipproveir^tiv matter of fat te? : the ?ble-in. ?* ??Tench pi?f-so?l po-ii ; sup?}?j?Vtr to ours, and It* to time tl . [ho great ?car? exercix breeding towls lor quality ol tlesli fjecond, the admirable methods of fattening ; and, third, tho ai tive manner in which tho birds .... dressed when offered for ?ale. dla regard! the varieties b?at adapted tor table fowls there is neither time nor spaoe to enumer? ate them. In a general way it may it be said that bird? with the most meat upon the breast and not upon tho thighs are best for fattening.? Bird! that have been well fed (rom the time they are hatched require but little preparation for tho table. The peiiod in which fowls may be fattened vanes considerably with the variety of birds, but three weeks is the time usually allotted for tho '?fattening prove??" ?0 France. ? s.veet Indian barley, and buckwheat meal, mixed with skim milk, in which a litt!? Bom?? kind has been dropped,in ik. s admirable fattening food...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 January 1888

? VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, ?IANUAIIV 20, 1888. NO. 50. 8.f?NAND0.4Tt ffEBALD ISPtbLlSUKliWt!.'. Til | H KRAM? C< Sabscriptic ? .* UaLP per -rani p.. inoe. Subscriptions um ? t?.<l a*, ttaaa of snb scr hing may ran tb ponssible pari >'?.ou sill oe charged without variance in All cotnmnnications of a strictly private eature ? > IllelUs. THI HKKAI.D JOB OFFICE, complote in ev<:\ litorial room, business otliee, ami steam pn i ween Railroad and M HOBT. B.STONKBURNEI., All LAW, Kiuvkii ii... >:ii:vAMi"Ui Co.,\ v Wul practico in i hi doah and adjoining lal attention toColleetioaoi Nov.3,'t-t?ly. 1 TUflaBTT, ?a., Commissionor in ?Jhaucory, A N1. ' "T. JACKSON, Nt. I -? IAMI.s C. BAKER, Ja., *) -m. itA UTOM ?v it? ? Y l>. ? h.a? -utr .?ted to tksra. i.Va. a. Jr. ? ?Sa. Il ? I II RIDDL rOld'EY \l LAW \. iinIiSH'iK, VIRGINIA. doah, toe i ?ml m the Unites] Omf ? ? w. I). ! BOBI M, : lierum ATI ;;Ni Y8 AT L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 January 1888

Btitri?WQ?\ti titW? IBPOBUSBKliWaaKLT BY THE HERALD COMPANY ? i ?STOCK. VIROiriA FRIDAY, JAN. 20, 1S?ns. Moo. 11. II. Kiddlt-berger has in? troduced in the Senate bills tor pub? lic buildings at Staunton and Koan oke, and a bill for a road from Staun ton to the Federal Cemetery. Thirty-tour months of Democrat? ic rule results in piling up $6?12, f.io.L'trOinthe treasury of tbe I'nited States, paral}zing trade, diminish? ing values, reducing the circulation to less than $11 per capita, and nearly producing a panic. The Bingnamton Lem?n* says: "It la leap year, and it has just ticen I,ihm? years since there were as many 8a" in the year as we have tow. It is a good time for old bachelors to cogit 8, the girls to re cipnv s, and not hesit 8.' latan numb? i of bushels of . corn, and oats last year was . tOth? ?aimers 1*00,(100,000 ..in they were m the last year of Kepublicaii rule. This w.t-, bj of tho policy of contraction adopted by tho administration.? Mow ilo the farmers h'?. .!. W. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 January 1888

8ft-l.NAWD0.Af. Tf?f.A.U) ""WOODSTOCK, VA. fia mere? Ut ' Va., a? eoond-class matter. IFKIIilVs .1 1\. ',.?>, iss??. OENEKAL LOCAL NEWS. rechange Hotel will entertain teachers at 75 cent? per day. ' Raail the notice in this issue ot A. O. Wjnkoop, administrator ?f Dr. It. H. Carter, deed. Men's heavy twilled overebirU (tu atea? ont) kt 73 cents ; were SI.no. Richey. Communion service? will be held in the Lutheran church ?t Turn's brook next Sunday morning, January aaM. N? m ice.?Wo Ml now selling 1>. at $4 50 in barrel?, n?,. --teks; Kitra, in barrels, $3.00. Lea? than half barrel lota '.?tc. per pound. Kisit Ilia.-, D. W. Sibert.ot this county, has beeu appointed storekeeper iu the Revenue l-epartment, i'.th Distru t ?f Virginia. If you want a pair of real band tua?!?* Buokskin or Saranac gloves g? old and well known establishment, ? here a large stock of tbe genuino article? will always be found on hand. Blankets at nui lor r.i-k. Boots, t?> boggan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 January 1888

(FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. WHY HORSES RUB THEIR MANES Ali TAILS. Tbe question, "Why hcrses ru their mauea anil tails," hat. Ueei answered by a New York vetcn'r-ar surgeon as follows : ??KobWng tLi mane and tail usually reaWts fron ?inhealtby condition iff the skiu $ winch in mosteases Uproduced b; ? leglect of groomingtrr by bad tood bj any sudde? change of diel f from that to gc*l- Oceasiouaily ?/ however, it ?spears in stable! ?t where groooNOg and food are an * questionably good. Damaged oati 1 or hay a?* very ready canses foi ? aii-s-.viug aflection. In everj *5 oase, ??crefore, where the hair ol ?* the ?i--e nnd tail fall oat the foot! i ah-e-l'-l be carefully examined.? lutine; horses ou coming Into tb. stabil . sometimes sutler from an ; dation of tbe skin, probably from aauge of diet. Horses recovering from tever frequently lose a por? tion of taha hair from the mane and tail. In the latter case it seems tc ati.se from an impoverished state oi blood." In regard to treatment the su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 27 January 1888

y fev , i? --~^T^4lmmm^i VOL. (17. WOODSTOCK. VIRGmiA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1888. NO. 51 18 rt'BLI?HBl) WBBB1 V 8 ? H | BBBALO COMPANY Subscript?.' il AM> A HALF per y ? .. ?if sub scr bmg luay runth.ee month? for r< ii ies. but alter ih.it time l 11 be ?barged without variance (ii any caso. All communication? of a Strict.? nature will bo inserted oi. tuent?. THE HKKAI.1? JOB OFFK'K. complete in every lespect. Editorial room, business mhejc and it? an pi twut'ii KiAilroiiil mai ' RUBT. B.8TONEB?1?NEH, All \V\, BUM, Mll.NAM " Vil ? ".. \ ? Wi.l practice ni : .-? i adjoining ? c ..?Itt-lltloll t ??> - L mien;. Commisaionor in Chai!. Mt. Jaokbom I AMK- C. I?AKI ' ?I -* i .i HAU CO N ?ft I?4?\ :?. Prastles law la parta.i ? a.aa autr atrl to tti, ui. Atlitrr?? JAB. , HvKI:K. Jn. Ma? Tin's* - ls.tr HH.RIDDLEBEKUER. ATTORNEY AT I-AW ITOCK, - Virginia. Will pi doah, tl . ? and in tl,- t'n,t.-.! S ? ' Mr ' " V\ D. i?. BoRC.M ,T a s - i t.? Dandri.ige A Bornm A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 27 January 1888

ItPnVJSHKDWEXKLYBV Tn 3 HERALD COMPANY ?STOCK. ViRftlVIA FRIDAY. JA\. 27. Isss. '. liotetourt coanty, Ya., has twelve fruit aud vegetable canuiug facto? ries iu successful operation, and nineteen inore will be .Martert dur? ing the present \> ?'!. Pmcastle fieraid : The daughter of (Jen. LofM married a Mr. Tuck? er, ami cx-Uongnenman Tucker's daughter married * Mr. Logan. \ son has Ihm-ii Um fruit of tlio niar ii each installer, ?uni the l?o\s bear respectively the names of Logan Tucker and Tucker Logan. One o? the latest Ideal m regard to capital' punishment, is a plan by which efiatiaali will bo quietly, quickly and painlessly put to death bj electricity. Tins is ran hu? inane, no doabt, but most Of those who are condemned to doatb will ?till prefer to die of old age while their lawyers aro fighting for them to the courts. It is stated that Frank Huid lia? ?tat ? $"?(? subscription to the Cob dan Club of England. Tins is a unusual procedure on tin? part of an American T...

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