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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 27 January 1888

'?.?'. A. 1.. Jamison for the South Jl.-n.l Chilled T?o?. If not entirely sstis ? eti?rgea and notion?? ?tid. The sacrament of the Lord'* ??ipper will l* ??ltninistered at the Methodist ?awreB ^??iitlsy morni? t'hiklreii's meeting at night. Remember that the original -('heap s fair!? (living away good? at Bradford'? old staud, M BBsaVP Creek, and s a tremendo?? one. Nonce. ?We are now selling Ik-sI tlour at $4.V) in barrel?, sinl *(..'.". in sacks: Extra, in barrels, 13.00. Less than half barrel lots'.'It-, per pound. KCM Rims. Ifjoii want a pair of real band-mail? Buckskin or Saranac glove? go to Ott'? old and well known establishment, where a large stock of the genuine article? will always be found on hand. The Board of Director? of The Shenan i!?ah Karon?'.-'? Home Mutual Kir? Insur? ance. Co., at thtir meeting, Jan. ?.I?:. elected H?n. t. W. Magrnder President to fill the nuexpired term of the late Presi? dent, Col. Lev i Kinker. A rraident of Winchester, Vs., ?ay* that, althoug...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 27 January 1888

F?l? AB HOUSEHOLD CARE OF COWS j? WINTER. Tbe essential requisi'ea for he? ingiip a?TOCtl flow of milk fro cows in -winter are: Warm at bung, abundant snpply ol food ai plenty of water with the chill tak oft. It pays to warm the water. When milk cowa are kept oat door? in inclement or severely co weather, even thongh they may I protected by a shed, if they a torced to drink ice coftl water ilv drying up of uUk is a <m tain result. Kxpoani. to a col (searching wind for a half hour s.? will show it? rflect8 in a d .reused yield of ?ilk at the ne time of milking; this decreaao i of course, mow or leu uoticeab according to the length of the e liosnre and the severity of tl weather. Some exercise for tl ual i? all right enough in coi ..hle weather, but warmth at quiet are great promoters of mil In ?inter an extra amount f?Kxl im required to keep up tl normal conditiou of the anima and it milk is also to be product additional quantity roust I .ateo, out of which the milk is to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 10 February 1888

r%^./^% ^LXWAmrrt <= VOL. 68. WOODSTOCK. V IRGINI?, FRIDAY, FKimUARY 10, 1888. NO. is rCBLUiiiu ?rsssi.Y hi ? ii | Bl BA ;-?? COB P Subscription, OsnDDLLAB \.|, aHALV . -ar payable in adv.u. Sub.? | a id at time of sub* ?cr bin.; uitty ruuth.ee aiontbs for re ? f-.'.ou -rill oe charged ?vithout varianoeln ?uy case. All communications of a Strictly private ; uatnre will be iu?ert?Hl only as advertise rueuta. TILK HERALl? JOil OFKH'K, t-tuiiiilete in every respe? It. Editorial room, bniiness otile? and steam press?.?? Oe tw.en Bailroad and .Mam ? RUBT. B.8TONEB1 i'.SVAl. AlTOKMA AT LAW, Eih?ibuku, Shk.nanik.aii Ca., Va. Will practice in tho cuiirtaof Sheuan iloah aud adjoiuiuj- eonotiee. Sptvr??l ?t tent ion to Collection ol Cluim?. Nov. 3, '04?ly. LiiueLxxr. ?K., ATTUhMEl AT LAW. Commissioner In t'hancory, NOTAK? l'lbUC. urn. * * Via May il ?M.-It. tf IAMBS 0. BAKEB, Jb., *r .WITH?? MAUTtIN .V ll?)Vl>. eractk-.law In partaereblp r> the SSnstiwol SaauB...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 10 February 1888

?voor.?STOCK. V IR'.T\'IA. FRIDAY. FKK. 10, ISSN. 1 Free trade's figures are figures ot speech. Protection's figures are the statistics of prosperity. Son.? extraordinary convulsion of nature must be about to occur ; neither the Mugwumps nor the Democratic newspapers bave start? ed a lie upon Mr. Blame for the last two weeks. Tammany gives Cleveland the cold shoulder. At the recent meet? ing of its executive committee tor organization this year, no attention was given Cleveland's attitude, but an open avowal in favor of the pro? tective tariff was made. Old Commodore Vanderbilt, be? ing asked one day what be consid? ered to be the secret of success in mitine?is, replied : ?'Secret! There is no secret about It. All you have to do is to attend to your business and go ahead.'' An exchange savs : "There are but three silver dollars of the eoia* age oil."-Ol in existence. Two ot these are accounted for, the third is somewhere in circulation about the country. The value of this missing do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 10 February 1888

WOODSTOCK vaT (Entered at tt?? I*,, Va., ai -ocond-clasauisf I Uli.? Y, j Kit. 10, ISHS. :?!'? M. LOCAL NEWS. The ted?!'? ever ?aw at Bargelt's. We m correspondent? t we cannot publiai) articles tea? is a w? after they have appeared in ?ther Bam paper* Choice butter's!? ,?t ; B, fat hens !? cent? a pound , tie/en at (iesry's. The Court of Appeals has deei.le.l rti tbe public square at Winchester belon to the otinty of Kredt,r?,-k, and n?t to t town of Winchester. Another new ?tock of handsome, a lagt?, si?, le jewelry at Hargelt?. Tbe until who doe? tioi pay the print ha? ?tie c?n??!ati m in the tature, wh'n is, that he will m.t he subjected to fallin ou ice wheu be goes on the atreet Cod t.sh at 7 cent? ? pound, at T. ltetlllett's. I am purchasing .lone? & t'o.'s lime car-load low, and will sell it at 35 ?et per bushel. Apply for ?pecial plies i large lote. A. L. Jivus.n. Mr Rea, ofthePreatbyterlanchiin of this plan?, ha? Wn confln.sl a? I Moa for fume day?, tint is now...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 10 February 1888

FU?ilDHpiO R06 CHOLERA,_A!IO PREVENTII In considering preventivei feeding of the hogs stands ft importance, for just as lie i and cared for, so will his I ami condici?n be. As l?et'??re s most of tlio hogs in this co are fatted on corn exclusively, no cooling, laxative, or streng ing food during tbe fatteniu riod, and his coudition is compared to a man who lived vegetable diet for niue month clusively, and then ate salt for the next three. The resul far as health is concerne?! are ilar. Mill feed will supply ii??-(I ; ground oats aud bran, and middlings, or middlings t fed in slop, m connection with will in nine cases out of ten vent the appearance of cholei a herd, and eveu when this a partant object is not consid this course of teediug will ji large profit iu the increas pounds and quality of the po Tin- extra expense of the mili will be more than balanced by saving of corn and the iucrt grain. Beside? this feed in variety of food aa a preve there are others simple, cheap easy of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 17 February 1888

Vi IT. fi8. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1888. NO. 2. IS PUaU?JHKI> VK.KBl.V BY TH E HERALO ?OM P ? N V Subamription, Onk Doi.i.vi. ??!??, haut per year payable iu advance. Rnbtteription? not ? tt.d at lima of sub scr bin?* may run lb.?o BMnths for re Bnt alter thai time S'J.OU will be charged without variance in any case. All communication?? of a strictly private nature will be in?,rt.,! oaljrat ailvertise menu. TILS. 11E1.AU' JOB OFFK E, complete in every respect Kditorial room, btiNinea? offlse and steam fan tweeu Ruilroa.1 and Main a) ROBT. B. 8TONEB?RNEB, ATTOKNKV AT LAW, Sdimbuko, Shenando*?!! ( ?i., Va. Will practice in the court? of Sbeoan doah and adjoinin? . .or ? Special attention to Collect ion of Claim?. Nov. 3, ?*4?ly. ITKlfLBTT lt., 4- ATTUKNE? AT LAW, Commissioner in Chancery, AND NOTARY I'Ulil.lC. ?T. lACKS(iN. - . VlKOl.NIA. ?I? II "Si.-l?. If [AMES C. BAKES, Jr., " -W1TB - ?AllTON a* 1KIYU. '"'?etloe law In partaerehlp In tbe countlr.?t Sht...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 17 February 1888

! M F> A N Y wiiopsTOCK, VI KM "VI A FRIDAY, I'EB. 17, Is?**. Ex-Governor YVyndham Robert, son died at his home in Abingdon lastSaturday,aged eigbty-sixyears. A slate pencil factory at Over tou Station, Virginia Midland rail? road, requires 000 paper boxes every day for packing, aud has put in operation a factory for their manufacture. The National Democratic Com? mittee will meet in Washington Feb. 22, to fix the time and place for holding the next National Convention of that partv, to place a Presidential ticicer in the field. OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. Wi en and compiled lor the Herai i>. Washington, Feb. 12,188S. Democratic Congressmen have a very convenient habit ot laying aside temporarily their pet hobbv, 'retrenchment and economy,' when? ever their own comfort is in any manner at .tal??. Two entirely new committees have been made by 'he Democratic House, one on Indian Depredation?, ami the other on the Llcventh Census, of which those two shining lights of D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 17 February 1888

OOriaST? C. f Entered ai I Va., a-. KHIIDAV? 1 in. 17, is*-.-?. ks SSttTSS and in demand auion?; our fa,, 1 aat lmrcliasiu? ,1,,,,,., j,- (,,.', )ime m car-load lote, and t? in MI* it ,,t per bushel. Apply tor ?uecial ?. lari-e lot? A 1.. .Hvi We ?a pondent wh, ,-nt ?n the aalattetta t? ? Use Hi-.it.vi.i?, ot a few weAsli? ainoa, that we 1? . hi? ?Aork over hi ihe person who proposed the problem?, for examination, and Up? el hi? reply ueit ?Anal?. M*/?t4H-k of hllggy wliip? ?ill be ?oil lower than lliey Saa tie bought elsewhei*?, for the next, thirty d.iyi. J. H (?raliiH Tho Rawley Spring? i?r.>i>?'i t ?, la K <?? iughaui oounty, ha? been ?nl.l to l>. M. Swit/.-r, of Harrl.?imti..ir?, l'or $,"i,IT."i. Mr. Switzer c'inteiiipUtt'M extensive iuipIS'.? raent? t?> the property. I have a full ?took of ha: whips. Ac, at low price?. J. H. (.rshill. The 104th st*aaion of tho Baltin. nual Conference of tli" M.'l'i???': ill CpisCO pal Chur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 17 February 1888

Fil M HOUSEHOLD. 1 ig experience confirms i lie tlit y that the same crops, thou?;., adequately manured, will in timo w. ?lent, the elements (it the Mil for which they are specially ailapl ed, the tact making itself knovn by the falling ofl'in their quantity and quality togetbtvr. After a ?sertain period, either the crops have to lx.' chiingetl or the land must b? suffered to lie fallow. The latter treatment i?: too expensive m oar modem tarming, and therefore the only alternative is to change the crop entirely- For this pur? pose it is ot course esseutial that aa large a variety of crops be culti? vated as is practicable. The ex? periments in the garden turnish a safe guide for those in the field.? We already know that lands crop ped with wheat or tobacco for a number ol years will steadily de? cline in fertility, while those de? voted to market-gardening are as ?te.? lily gaining in productivein'ss. The:?? is df course some good NO son tor this besitles tl-e char.icter ? ?lie soil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 February 1888

VOL. (is. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1888. NO. 3. 8?+?9A1,D0Mt t.?*.*L?? urOBUSBKi'Wur.si W l Hl H KRAL D COM?" AN Y Subscription, Ott? DOl LAB ANDA HALF per year payable iu advance. SuUcripti-Manot j aid ?it time of sub ?cr hing may run th.te immtus mr re .;,,-r that time $?.',1111 ?.illbechargvd without vunai?oeiu j any ctese. ? ? I 4Ulcomiiiniiie?ttons ol ?i stii?tly privai? , nature will be iui**rt?-??l wilyaa iidvertise mente. TH? HERALD JOl. OFFICE, complete iu every respect. Editons.! room, hiisiuet? oflie* and ItSJStai proswM be? tween Railroad and Main streets. ' ? '_ ' "" ROBT. E.SIONElirKNi:!., ATT'i'.'M.V AT LAW, EUINBl'Kl., SHE.NA.MHJAU Co., V A. Will practice iu the ?uurttof Stieuan doah aud adjoiuing .?special ?tteiitloti to Colic t ion of Claims? Nov. i, 'tM-lv. LiKifLKrr. ?i.., attui.kky at law, Commissioner in chancery, AND NOTARY f: lll.lc?. s - ? \':k??inia. St?T 41 14-lT. if lAMKs c. b?kkr, j?., at ?wim BARTON a* in ?VO. PrtrCtioelaw In partnershi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 February 1888

r ,MkV?TUt'W9'x(r vernor Rill has bnrned his bridges behind him, and is working with might and main for tbe Dem? ocratic Presidential nomination against Cleveland. Tbe report ot tbe state snperin tendent of public instruction shows that ont of ?000,000 children in the atate ot school age only 200,000 are in actual regular attendance. The Washington papers are ad? vertising a generous gift made by President Cleveland for the relief of the poorof that city. It was tbe mnnificentsum ot g'J.".. The (act that this country has a surplus iusteiul of a deficit by no means justfles the destruction of v stem by which it was collect? ed, and we bave no surplus in real? ity while our debt is unpaid. A Demc?CTatic organ naively re marks that tbe President is readv to sacrifice bimself by accepting a renomination. It is true that be will sacrifice himself, but he won't know it until next November. The Pulaska X, tct says : "A prom? inent contractor is authority for the ::ient thfU sites have Itee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 February 1888

WOi.ySTOCK, VA, lEntsr'-'l at the l'ont Ortire, at Wood, Va., M-iaoond-t-l-ua. niiiiw. i ;:h. -?i, ms "i:i:.\i. loo \i. ni:\v "f Clarke cot v ? i ??.int, Mr?. Chap of thi? piare. G? tri A. !.. Jaiui-a.ii for tbe ? Benil Chilled rinw. Il nui entirely factorj- ii-tnrti it. No .barge? ?nil no ?aid. jan. *Jii-_ Mr W. T. Williams, a well-known a ney, of thi? place, left her.? M M?.m?a a ?iait t.f ?? vrral tt.sk? in Richmond. In anawer to the coat problem II llKkilf., of lait week, ttfl will ?tat.? the prie? of coat wo? *ft7."r0. Will one please ?olve the ditch -r.iiileui. Thi Virginia Conference df the l'i Brethren church will meet In Da; RockiBgham county. Mardi tlth. conference represent? a ineiuber?>hi - , nmttiiitiiranth. Sixty members -. be preseut. 1 am purchasing Joo?? X I car-load lot?, and .ill sell it at SB c per bushel. Apply for .])eet?: large lota. A. !.. Jami-h On Wednesday night of la?t Week reaidence of Mr. Smiaitl Miller at T? Brook, thi. county, took Its fron...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 February 1888

FJPJ.1I?SEB COLIC IM?RSES. Dr. Detmere, in a recent o? the Ohio Experimental f classifies oolic into two Itim and sparioos <colio. Trne c again divides into (?senti symptomatic colic Esseoti?. may or may not be eau anomalies of the contents intestinas. In the latter ca ?may Im prod acred by over I by devalopaunt of gasas ??lie), or by solid obatrncti the intestinal canals, as ban ?tmiisvwmanU, stones, ato. S utuiui a>Ues are caused (1) ?vflLSMt (vtwms), (2) by pom ?by ?ispls^eenenu snd estas\s?as in the textor??-? of tssttoea, (4) by peritonitis. r???*?sjatUr a?b? real j>rodispoain of ?Xalic, and probably the sol ia nambara of ?*?aaes ?i known. It was diMjovered b; BtaUiager, in Munich. A worm caoses an auaanato ?aterior mesen teric artery. O tton aad I Bally degeneratioi lntsn?jrooat of the artery followed by obstruction ? cuealtvtioo. Profettsor Bo found this condition?the woi aaenrism?in 94 per rent, of horses killed lor anat?mica posma in tht* Ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 2 March 1888

/AB?y^S^. m?. ''??st VOL. 6& WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1888. NO. 4 3.f?!vAND0.Atj fi?nAi-D isroo-.sHKi'.vKi'ai v by ru I HERALD COM P \ N v Babscription, On?. DoilvR and* HAL? per year payable in sdvance. Bnbeeriptioninot ] ?,?1 at time of ?nb ?ci bing may run tb.i'o months lor re ponseible parties. ?lut aft? r Hint time $-?.00 will be charged without variance in any case. All communications of a strictly private nature will be inserted only as advertise? ments. TliE IIKK.VI.I' JOB OKKHK, complete in every respect. Editorial room, business ottiie and ?team pn tween Kailroa?! and Mam street?. R ?BT. B. STONBBURNER, All i ?KM V VI LAW, E?IKBl'KO, S UK.? A.M'UAII I O., Va. Will practice in tue conn? ? ? I Joah and adjoining conn' Special attention to Col lection of Claim?. Nov. 3, '8-1?ly. LIIIU-H'IT, a?., aTTOKSEV at law, Commissioner In chancery, ?NU ROI .?KV 1 I Vt.uck.-.i*., - ? Via Way t| 14.-It. tf [AMES c. BAKER, Ja., te -.WITH BAnTOM .v lio y I?. l-iacta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 2 March 1888

?I?tN*?ll>OA*tt*H?^i?o| I ISrUBU3.r-D-BI.LTBT THE HERALD COMPA.N Y ^^ *^*"^^^* ^"^ JAP' r- r?? WOODtsTOCK, VIRT.I-filA. FRIDAY, M ARC H S, is*?-. We devote a considerable portion ol oar space this week to the Ma hone Confidential Circular and some ot the comriients of the press evoked by it. The Atlanta Constitution is Democratic to the core, bat it op? poses Cleveland's free trade pro? gram. It says : The Constitution is not in favor of placint the laboring men of this country on a level with the degrad? ed labor of Enrope, nor is it in fa? vor of bringing the farmers down to the level of the farmers in Eng? land. A Maine parson has been Mold? ing his preseut cbar.e for over for? ty years. When he first toob oharge of the congregation he was given some cues as to his gnidaooe, which faithfully followed bave led to the most happy resalte. 11? was told never to meddle with religion or politics ia bis ministration. Be followed .be advice, aud has charge of the congregation ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 2 March 1888

two iitock, Va-, ?? -ter. il. Mareh is here. Look to *foni chtmneyi and ?tuve 1- ]???? Don't wait fir take fire during a March Rat? ?ti 1 endan? ger the whole town. A little rare? in such rate? miy save thousand? of dollars worth of property and many home?. Examine yotir flue? and pipes carefullv, il is a (tat) yon owe to yourself, your neighbors ?ml the community generally. J awattegof tie? Board <?f Physicians ?tipointed to exi.mii: - a pension, nnel.-r an All ?>f the Legislature, ??? . idae,., on Momia?, About thirty applicant? wer?* present, list Informell that many failed tu [? I who bare drawn anything frrun I in the last five vears ?re debarred from ap. plying at ttii? time . The Beard is cotn P??as4?iI of Dr?. Crawford, Carter and I.ioe. Tli? Armstrong .?. Merrv M?kcra end Sis-is? R?ll lunger? will five one of their mculel cut? ?rt.cfiiin'iits at Irwin'? Hall,Saturday, Mardi M, The recommemliation? 1. ' public prove thl? to t?e a strictly I pany, and ib...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 2 March 1888

FpjiBI?SEHOI "tVIIAT SHAOWE RAISE ? While the ground is covered bUuv ami Datare Is seemingl rest, we should think about trba wish to pluut. It will bi' but ii short week? before seid tun?? lie here, and all we en do ?*??* be so much gained. Cnles*?. i soil and surroundings are pa ularly adapted to some specialt will undoubtedly ?lo better to tinne to raise a variety of ductB and keep different kind stock. It seems poor polk trust to one crop to furnish with all ot our -cash and every tl ?Ise for a year. In most okstt farmer should plan to grow i crops ss he wishes to consum? home, and then aim to grow market what his fields are adapted to and what is most hi to bring him the most profit. The garden should be of au size so as to raise an abundant* vegetables for summer 000, Drive a good supply for winter. surplus cau usually be disiiose.l to good advautage ; if there i? demand tor It the calves or ot stock will make good use of it. load of carrots will be just thing for the colts and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 9 March 1888

?at?fr s?--.-' VOL. 68. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MAl?CH 9, I-Sss. NO. 5. ?+f?N ANDO M W*W isroaiuivHBD ?vi t - THE HKRA?4 Hnbacriptio: . ? ha? f p?jr year payable in advance. Subscriptions uot [ ?ni at tune of sub ?cr buig may run lh.ee n ponstible parties. But after thitt time %? UU *ill bechargetl without val any cas?. Ail communications o? ?i ?un.tly privat? nature will be inserted oi.iy as advertise? ments. THE ?ERALD JOB OFFICE, complete in every rc?pect. Editorial room, business office and steam pi. tweeu Railroad and Main ?: ?-??????*?? ' . ? '_'. '?."?? ?? ROBT. E. STONE lUUNKU, ATTORNEY ?1 LAW, Edikbuko, Shknandoaii to. \ \. Will practi""- in the courts o? Shenau doah aud adjoin ug ooant S|??x:ial itt?uti>u to Collodion of Clitim?. Nov. 3, '04?ly. L*lK" ll'l.tl 1. 4?., ?TTOKUK? AT LAW, Commissioner in Chancery, AND XOlAk? ti I Vt. Iackson. - ? Via May Jl 14-lT. tf iambs o. baker, j*., et -WITH IIaVU'I'O.-N afJj II? ? Y I>. ?' a'li-e law in partner....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 9 March 1888

?TtMNBOAtt Tf-E?MU) u pcbl4B?.?d wbmi.t by K, VIR-MXIA, I Kl I? V . . >l tit? II V, 1HSS. *?-??B???iii?ii?aaiHSt?>**4*4tar?t?a*???r?????????j?4a*araraH The last payment on tlu? lobby prison baa been made by the Chi? cago purchasers and the ?leed put on record. Possession will be given early in ?Tune, when the tear? ing down will commence and the material be removed to Chicago. \ new rale for removing a cin? der in the eye ia given by an en gineer. It is: "Let the injured eye alone and rub the other one, and the cinder will be out ia two min utes.'' It is a simple remedy, though it sounds unreasonable, and worth trying. A ??invention of West Vir? ginians, coiniKisfd of over one ? nil delegates, tuet at Wheel ingontlu? ?_>9th nltituo., to make arrangements for presenting the t.-.s.?ui?" s of the State, wiNi of iuducinf, immigration and the investment of capital. President Cleveland will go down in history as the veto President. In two years and ten mon...

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