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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 3 July 1878

?lili VOL. 58. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JULY, 3 1878. NO. 39 SIIEXMDOAII HERALD 18 PUBLISHED WEEKLY B? SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO t3T" Subscription, Two Dollar? per ye?r payable i* alvauce. If not pail iu advance, Two Dollar? *;y Cent? will be charged. ID e aaaanleati i us >>t a pniati mm will be : r us a aihertisln?. Job rriuiiug. AM kinds of Job Work doue at ?bort notice and a: tno most reasonable rates. \al (Jartt*. \ (i. WYNKOOP, . 1 O n -V /?; 1" A T L A W, M Main Street Opposite the Court House. WOODSTOCK, va. Will practice in the courts of shenaiidoah and t i the collection o? -- ntntated to his care. b?tf. D Tlmrslay, Friday the -ml Tuesday of each at l>r. L. II. Jordan's Drag Store. Slots? M. L. Walton IITALTON * WAI. ' T ATTvl'.NEYS AT I.aw WOODSTOCK, VA. ?.-'?? ?- i '?actices in the Couu In the \>:-trict and Circuit \ rgiula. He is . ?aid Courte.? o Baakraptey. allen & mag ruder, attokm.ys at law, , WOOVSTOi K, SMEWNDOAH COUNTY. V.\. I 13. II. WILLI...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 3 July 1878

SHENANDOAH IIERALD IS PUBLISHED WBEBLT BY ? HENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednesday July 3, 1878. Te the Taters e(|the Seventh congression? al District. The yoter8 of the several magisterial districts iu the counties of the Seventh Congressional district, to wit, Augusta, Rockingham, Shenandoah, Page High? land, Bath, Albemarle, Greene,Gooch land, Fluvanna, and the city of Staun ton, will assemble at their usual places of meeting on? SATURDAY, JULY 27TH. and appoint two delegates and altern? ates each to represent them in a con? vention of the Conservative party of the district, to be held in the city of Staun ton on Thursday,the 1st day of August, at two o'clock, P. M., to nominate a candidate for Congress. Chairmans of county committees will see the proper notices for district meetings will be given iu their respective counties, to be held on the day named above. R. T. W- Duke. W. A. Burke, Mann Spitler, Distrit Committee. We publish, in this issue, a call fo...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 3 July 1878

SIIENAKDOAH HERALD WOOOhTOCK, va. U otl ii cm il a j July :trd 1ST??. TOWK AKD OOUUTT AFFAIRS. ? . ?' ? V. A O. R. K. Tim: Table.?On and after Monday June lots, 1878. Trams will arrive and leave Woodstock at follow? : afavixa war. Through EreightArriYesA.il. heaves " 7.51 Way Freight, Arrives P. M. heare? " 2.15 Passenger Train Arrives 1.41 Leaves 2.05 moving east. Way Freight Arrives a. M, - heaves " 11.28 Passengai Train Arrivas i'. If. 2.05 " heaves ?? 2.30 ! Through Freight Arrives P. lei.i ?, " heaves " 7J9 Through freight runs Mondays, Wed-, H?s(ia\a and Saturdays only. Ali freight trains lave passenger cars at tached. tVbeat Id this market is now selliu^ at 80 and So cents per bushel. Threshing -day. We will tooa know how the crop? turn out. Blackberries are abundant in tbia i kct at twenty cents \ Ion. Harvest is ov< : in tl >rhood and tarrncn are pleased with their tat. tapt. Earle,a successful farmer of Warren expect? to make of wheat. hem. Burner'sjnew threshing mac...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 3 July 1878

FARM AND FIRESIDE Science ana Practice. In those times we hear a great deal said about 'practical' nun. especially by those who lay no claim t? ucation. In the naiads of certain per sons, a thing is not practice, or it' they cannot sue just how It will directly and immediately drop dollars into their pockets. A person may start out w'th a deficient education, woi learn every thing by I yet he may not be a very practical man after all. He will likely have some vague theories Inregard to many which he docs not understand. These theories will more or less influence his modes of action. He will have many incorrect notions of tb? 'development and habits ol insects ami other animal-. lie will not understand some ? merest rudiment! On the other bad, there a;. sous aLo possess much kne learned from books. If tl se arc nol careful, and have nut tested their knowledge and have learned mi experience, tin. y may commit a errors as the man ignorant of b? I give Irictly some examples which Lave c...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 July 1878

llfol &?W VOL. 58. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JULY, 10 1878. NO. 40 SHEXANDOAH HERALD I? PUBLISHED WXEKLT ET SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CC iW Subscription, Two Dollar? por year payable ib advance. If u.>t pai 1 in edvane '. Two Dollars und Fifty Ceuta will be charged. At) oramuni-a?i ui* of a pnv.i: ' :i i: :;??? will bo -.iiarged for as a advertising. Job Priulins,. All kind? of Job Work do it the most reasonable ratea. Profi isioital (JartU. \ Q. WYXKOOPJ j T r o u x ?: y AT i. .i ir. Oftice on Main Street Opposite the Court Heute. WOOD8TW K. VA. Willpractice in the court* ot Bhenandoah and ut c? ".mtios. XiT Special attenl ?aims mid ail l< gal buslui aa entrusted to his care. ?.?11. ,v.h?tf. Will nt in Mi. Jackson on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, before the .'nj Tuesday ol each m..uth, at i>t. L. H. Jordan's Drug ? M 'iEsM'aiON. M. L. W.'.l.lvN YA/ALTOX ? WALTOS, TV ATTOB?EYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. ?VMOm WALTOM di i practices In th I l'?ge, Vfarrt-i. ana li <ck ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 July 1878

lENANDOAH HERALD is renutnir vum xv :nandoah herald PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. rVedncKdaj. Julj 10, IS78. Ike Teten ef Ike Seventh Congression? al Dlttrlel. rhe yotors of the several magisterial triets in the counties of the Seventh ngressioeal district, to wit, Augusta, ckingham, Shenaidoah, Fage High d, Bath, Albemarle, Greene,Gooch id. Fluvanna, and the city of Staun i, will assemble at their usual places meeting on? SATURDAY, JULY 27TIL 1 appoint two delegates and alt?ra? is each to represent them in a con ition of the Conservative party of the itrict, to be held in the city of Staun i on Thursday.the 1st day of August, two o'clock, P. M., to nominate a ididate for Congress. Chairmans of inty committees will see the proper tices for district meetings will be en In their respective counties, to be Id on the day named above. R. T. W- Dikk. W. A. Burke, Mann Spitlek, Distrit Committee, Public Ditcutlen. du Monday, at 11 o'clock, there ng no court business, and the de ,nd be...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 July 1878

SHENANDOAH HERALD WOODSTOCK, VJl. Wedaoaelay July 10th 187?. TOWN AND OOUNTT AFFALES. B. et 0. R. K. Time Table.-Oii and after Monday June 10th, 1878. Trains will arrive aud leave Woodstock a? follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Arrives A. M. " " Leaves " 7.51 Way Freight, Arrives P. M. " " Leaves M 2.15 Passenger Traiu Amyee " 1.41 11 " Leaves " 2.#5 ?a. MOVINU EAST. Way Freight Arrives A. M, .... M kk Leaves " 11.29 Passenger Train Arrives P. M. 2.05 " Leaves 4i 2.30 Through Freight Arrives P. M. ', " Leaves ?? 7.2'J Through freight runs Mondays, Wed scsdays asd Saturdays only. All freight trains have passenger cars at tached, School Tkcstee Aifointki?.? Judge H. C. Alleu has been appointed trustee of Schools, by tue Town Coun? cil ol Woodstock, in place of (?eo. W. JVlilev, elected member of the council. An ordnance prohibiting the linug of guns within the corporation liues is, we think, upon the statute books of the town couucil. If the law were rigidly enforced, the amount o...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 July 1878

FARM AND FIRESIDE Dalr) iof* rallad?. T.**H. HOSKIXS, M. D. There have been great advances in the stud}' of the seien tifies of dairyiig, during the last ten years. Large credit is due to a number of enterprising men, whe have devoted both money and, time to the investigation of milk and its products, ami also to improving the methods of breeding, foeding, and handling dairy stock. If I were dis* posed to criticise anything these inves? tigators have dene, it would be the haste some of them have shown to be? come instructors before acquiring a mastery of their subject. To this we owe much buiklibg with 'untetupered mortar' that has not endured ; and, worse than that, the diffusion of erro? neous notions among the people, harder to be overcome than a simple, teach? able ignorance. Anxious to avoid the fault myself, and yet desirous to point out what I am thoroughly convinced arc serious errors, I shall touch briefly in this article upon Sviuie important practical points which have be...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 July 1878

?^ VOL. 58. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY,1 JULY, 17 1878. NO. 4 i SHENANDOAH HERALD 18 F?BLISHED WEEKLY BY SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO HT Subscription, Two Dollars per year in a.lv.uice. If u it i . , Ttro Dollars and Fifty Cents will be charged. au aajiiaaiiliiall >nsot a private i charged fer U3 a advr: Job Printing. All kinds ol Job Werk done at the aaoat reaeaetabV srmmm^m .. . i.? ii.i i ? i. .m Profttsi ? (Janh. \ i.. WYNKOOP, .1 t t <> i; y /?: r at i a n\ Office on MDin Streot Opposite thj Cou:. WOOIOTOCK, V V. Will practice in the tw Special ;itt.-iiti ?talma and ell legal business entrust* Sept. 5th?tf. \\ m. ut is Mi. Jacsaos on Thar - ttnrday, befo? lo i nd T ,? - uieiith, at Dr. L. II. Jordan' Hoai M. I.. WALTON k WALTON, At ; ; aw WOODSTOCK, VA. ions w aLTOS : Page, Warret an i :: Having quad ,'i'iirt? jf tl.e 1 nited States, in \ ? ?i. i.'. ills*. A LLEN & MAGRUDER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. WOODS TOC A', SHENANDOAH COUNTY, Y.v i 's. i;. WILLIAMS, WM. i. wir: : ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 July 1878

SHENANDOAll IIKIIAID I? FCIILISIIKD WKKKLT IlT SHENANDOAH HERALD PUCL1SHING CO WOODSTOCK, VI11G1XIA. ?Veduostiay. July 17, I*7s. To the Voters of l?e Seventh Congression? al District. The voters of the several magisterial districts in the counties ol the Seventh Congressional district, to wit. Augusta, Kockmgham, Shenandoah, Page High? land, Bath, Albcmarle, Grecne,Gooch land, Fluvanna, and the city of Staun? ton, Will assemble at their usual ? of meeting on? SATURDAY, JI !.V 2TTII, and appoint two ates each to represent thi m in i rcntion of the Conservator? district, tO be LeKl li I ton on Thursdni - at tw< o'clock, P. M., candidate for ( county commit! notice's for district n .i in the.'.- ii - held on t1 li. T. ' \V. A. Mann Spitler, Distrit Commute? and Cm.*1 A Fairplay and Gus are one ai individual, it that we should Why. lie - intendent ? S dent t?; fix the t ton on tlu : Las been tl preeui lixed the til ordisl t'omn district only i. Herald i the t 27th inst. What have lia...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 July 1878

SHENAKDOAII HERALD WOODSTOCK, VA. Wetlne*.??? July 17th 1878. TOWN AND COUNTY AFFAIRS. ?asaP*-?-' I . ... ? ' J 1 ' .'_.' ' 11. & 0. It. R. Time TABUt.?On and after Monday Jone loth, 1878. Trains will arrive and leave Woodstock as follews : Movnra wkm. Through Freight Arrives A. M. heaves ?? 7.51 Way Freight. Arrives P. M. ,l l* Leaves " 2.M PasoongerTrain Arrives ?? l.41 " " Leaves ?? 2.95 MOVING EAST. ?Vay Freight Arrives A. M, _ ?? Leaves " 11.29 uger Train Arrives P.M. 2.06 ?' Leaves " 2.30 -hrough Freight Arrives P. M. *, '? Leaves ?? 7.29 Through freight rims Mondays, Wed? nesdays aud Saturdays only. All freight trains have passenger ears at? tached. A writer in Rocktogham Re?rte* .calls on Capt John Paul to annsunce him? self a candidate for Congress. "Little Fellow," a Staunton Va. trotter, valued at $10,000, died boma sunstroke, near Carlisle, Pa., week. The new Presbyterian church at Cedar Creek, twelve mile? Gram VYin? cheeter, will he formally dedicated on Sunday, th...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 July 1878

FARM AND FIRESIDE; The Southern Planter and Farmer. Let us**take a peep into Nature to see if we can find any reasons for plowing deep. 1st. Let us go into the natural, onpillaged forests of the country, and learn some lessons of profit fron? them. These fore?ts will tell you that the winds blowing against the tops of the tall trees (levers ol God's own make) causes their lateral roots, as they (the trees) are swayed backward and forward. ta lift up a good depth the earth on the roots, and thus loosen and keep it mel? low and soft to drink up the rains, snows, frosts, dews, and fogs sent down by God Almighty to moisten and ferti? lize the earth's surface, and whilst at the same time filtering the rain water to enrich the surface, the wa'.cr thus fil? tered, re-appears in springs , in brooks and rivers, pureas crystal, to slake the thirst of man. For these reasoas, for? ests in their natural stale give out very little surface rain water to form freshets; put when man clears up these ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 24 July 1878

ifsniiil VOL. 58. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, JULY, 24 1878. NO. 42 SHENANDOAH HERALD IS PUBLISHED W?r.KI.T B? SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO SjT" Subscription, Two Dollars year per payable in advance. If not paid in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty Ceuta wiU be charged. All coiamunicatimiiof a private nat.iro will be charged fer as a advertising. Job Printing. All kind? of Job Work doue at s'ioit notice and at the moat rcasonaole rates. I'rofesaio/iitl Cards. A 8. WTNKOOP, AT T 0 li N E Y AT 1. A W, Office on Main Street Opposite the Court House. WOODSTOCK, VA. Will practice in the courts of Shouaudoah and adjrceut co.nties. SW Specis.1 attei-tion given to Hie colle.-;..-a of rlaiius aad all le?al business entrnated to h Sept. 5th?,f. Will bun St. Jackson on Thurs-lav, Fridav and Sati-rday, before ihe -'ml Ti-culav tuonCi, at I)r. L. H. Jordan's Trug S. ore. Moses Waltow. M. T.. Walton WALTON fc WALTiiN. ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. tV"MOSES WALTON also practice? iu the Conn, lies...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 24 July 1878

SUENAS ?0A11 HERALD IS rCBLISHKD WtKKLT ST SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednesday July 2i, 1878. To the Totcrs of the Seventh Congression? al Ui.tr.u. The voters of the several magisterial districts in the counties of the ?Seventh Congressional district, to wit. Augusta, Itockingham, Sheuandoah, Tage High laud, Bath, Albemarle, Greene,Gooch land, Fluvanna, and the city of Staun ton, will assemble at their usual places of meetiug on? SATURDAY, JULY 27TH, and appoint two delegates and altern? ates each to represent them in a con? vention of the Conservative party of the district, to be held in the city of Staun ton on Thursday,the 1st day of August, at two o'clock. P. If., to nominate a candidat?; for Coogresa. Chairman? of county convnitti ? - tho proper notices for district meetings will be given '.n their r< -; - to be held on the'day named above. it. T.W- Duke. W. A. BCRKK, Manx Siti : Committee, Stale Sr-iool Finnic To the many inquiries that have been ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 24 July 1878

SHENANDOAII HERALD WOODSTOCK, VA. ?Ve?iitM.tity July 31th 187?. TOWN AND COUNTY AFFAIES. \m?LLmi*M?m?Lmmmmmwmmmm?umm**i\W* t, 11 ??? ? lUSsfSMfWI B. ft 0. B. R. Tnw Table. On and after Monday June 10th, 1878, Trams will ?niv? ami le?tt Woodstock as follows : MOVING WBBTi V. M. i.- ataa " 7.51 Way Freight Arrives P. M. Leaves " 2.11 iTasMDger Train Amr>M " 1.41 Leaves MOVING ) Way Freight Arrive? A. II, 44 ?? Leaves ?' 11.2V Passenger Train Arrives P. II. 2.05 44 '4 Leaves M 2.30 Through Freight Arrives P. M. 4, '? Leaves 44 7.29 Through freight runs Mondays, Wed? nesdays and Saturdays only. All freight trains have passenger cars at? tached. Kxike Lost.?A pocket kuiie was lost last Monday, between thejIlKRALD Offlce and Depot. The finder will be rewarded by leaving it at the Hkraxd Ice. Change o* Horn.?The Young Men's prayer meeting is now held aS o'clock every Sunday afternoon in the Reading l?oom of the Association. Dressed Lumber.? Mr. Noah look has an excellent planing mill, a...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 24 July 1878

FARM AND FIRESIED Reste IrecsratlsB. UXXU JOY. To make home beautiful is the desire of every true householder. To make the surplus earnings go as tar as possi? ble to the accomplishment of this end, is the aim of every cultivated person of humble fortune who has a home to beautify; yet how few there are who know how to make the most of ?what they really do possess. To be able at all times to put the best side out; to utilize the odds and ends; to make the rag-bag, waste-paper basket, wood yard, field, and forest yield their treas? ures lor the decoration of home, re? quires a tact, which unhappily, but few possess. It is an art, in fact, which to acquire, richly repays honrs of careful study. Capital can purchase luxuries, but a thorough knowledge of the "harmony of form, proportion and color, is requisite to render even these luxuries pleasing to the eye. A few dollars in the hands of the poor man can buy the long covetel parlor carpet, but unless he has acquired the art of discrim...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 31 July 1878

lilil? j?WVOL."58. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, JULY, 31 1878. NO. 43 8HENAND0AH HERALD IS PUBLISHED WKEKLI BT. SHCNANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO ib, Ta ' D .;lars year por payable ?-. U aot paid In advaaoa, Two Djllar? m.l Fifty Cents will sat charged. ?.ill be ? -ulv.-rtisiuc. Job Printing. All kinds of Job Work doue at short notice ami ratea. Proft tsional (.'arils. '??. Wl NKOOP, .1 T ? O /.' A /?; Y AT LA W. ? t Opposite the Court House. WOODSTOCK, VA. : nil and lied t i ala fare. ? Bl re. M. L. Walton A IrOKNEY8 AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. - i. He is t'.n: ii :; 4 l.l.l-'.X & M VfiRUPER, ATTOKNKYS AT LAW, WOODSTOt K, SHENANDOAH COUNTY, VA. t *-. I!. WILLIAMS, ,-. MAMS. WM. 1. WILLIAMS nriLLIAlISj . i ATTOUXEY8~?T LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. - i 111 the ?' H. ' RIDDLEBERGEI ATTORNEY AT LAW. WSTOCK, L.l. \\ : - WOODSTOCK, VA. . a .. . . f ' CALVERT, ATTORN Y AT LAW. New Marbet, Y a ? - T /. .i II", ?A. I - ? - - ii t at - - ? -ii nT:,l 1) MA HT I X. pul ic tint of hi- pro ire ol r. ?'. in Wood...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 31 July 1878

SIIENAHDOAU HERALD IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY ST 8HENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, V1RGD?IA. I 00 t WeiliiOMiay July :ti, 1878 The Han a d? his (?room. To our infinite disgust, Mr. Jackson sends in another card which wc Icel eon? strained to print for him. He used the word fats-: as though he was again at? taching some importance to the differ? ence between that and truth. When he admitted week before last that he bad said Judge Harris told him a fais? - hood without the absolut* right to do so, wc thought he would not rush recklessly inte any discussion involving a qi of veracity. But between him and Judge Harris that may be fought out. It is not oui luneral. We do not know what was in that letter. Our information was obtained irom one of the gentlemen named in Mr. Jackson's card. Wc lake it he would not nee the names ol gentlemen who are unreliable. However, t fy ourselves we asked them et the live men named whether they authorized their siguatuies to that "res) letter" ami they...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 31 July 1878

SilKXAXDOAll HEi?AL? ^eit?Ds'lot'K, VA, Wc.liio, :,15July 3iK( 1878. TOWN AND OO??KT? AFFAIRS. "-?? ..?.-.r.1.,..??,? B. & O. R. il. Time Taule.-On ami leavi " ? .. .M. 7.51 Waj : '. M. - ?? 2.13 1.41 .. HOVIfi Wa\ :' L. M, Leavi s ?? 11,2g I Passe. 1 P. M, 2.05 '?? Leave? Thro . l?. M. . -, Through freight ruas Mondays, Wed All ? - ? >?ssa ? .?f. 1 - ' ' ?? .?>. m A. II. . .'. ' ? - 1? . c . ? ' --?v ?S - -- ? ???? ??? ?*??' - - ??? ?<*?? ?? - ' '??? ??? ??* - ' e, on - ' ' I I 1 ~~~" * """ ' - '.' I. *'?' ' . Hume Ihjf i ?. ' I. ? . Ashbj " . Johnson " . lewall ?'i?.....315.35 M . ?, ?I. G RAB?! Tu: l'.'.iiADB.?There will '?? al Win I ? dnoedar, ?ug 7ti?. a ?rraad lour ^ 1 torch-l'xbt parade of t!;c Winchester, Va., and Md.. Are de] ?ursioa Train will run from SUiuiituti 00 tliat day passing New |farket,al l.<!7 P. M., borg 1.57, '?? . , ? round trip ftsfsfl S lackaoU 1.25, IT Wood? stock, Ml and Tour's Brook i'l'lum ins the train will ', ; Text Book Committbk.?-A ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 31 July 1878

?7^- "*?' ??-T.T* ^Njjgjl 1 Dlitlniulihfil Tlrglnlan'i Tlewi kc?turb? and Ils Farming:. Capt. M'Ginnis, of Virginia, wh< written some of the ablest article the true principles of farming, e oration, pulverization of soils, and causes of exhaustion of lands, is no? our State aud gives expression t? opinion of Kentucky a9 follows ir. American Farmer: 'Paris, a beautiful city of about thousand souls, rises high on the tended' plains; and law and order, quiet, reign supreme. This is the c< ty seat of Bourbon. The court-h is a magnificent structure, reared s the war. In the Clerk's office arc I seen original letters of Booiie, 1 papers connected with suits in w Boone and Kenton appear to have I and been somewhat litigous, and avr themselves of legal technicalities contentions. Boone was manifc illiterate; Kenton was involved in d and evaded the sheriffs process, as pears from returns of ?officers to effect that he had fled whence it dangerous to pursue, on occount. presume, ol the ...

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