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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 April 1883

^man?wab furaU) ,WOOD8TOCK VA. feaiic*<lny April 11, 188t? |WH AHD OPUT-TT Y ATTAIBB. I at the Poit Ortie, ut Woodatock, Va.; a aecond-clas? uiatter.' EL afkar Nov. l3Ui, isa., tra?na wiU nui ?W -ou ?? ?*? ?>? EAST BOUND. V?m. Ex. and Mail Ko. SSf leva SUuuton a , M arr Woodstock 9.24 '?? ' ?err H. Ferry ll.6h " arr\Vash?ngto 2.15 p. -g arr liait.uiurt Way frgt and * * .?i No. C31 lva Hartnrg 7.10a m. lia VAoods'k 10.30 '? arr H. Ferry 4.30 r.lf. Tbro. freight, AFa?8.NoC33 lvg HaiT>urg 5.25 " Iv? Wood'k 7.51 " arr H. Ferry 11.38 "A WEST l:OVM?. ?aaa. Ex. and Mail No. ? lu lva Baltimore 7.15 a.m. Na Wi.ehiugt. MS '? Kalt. Ferry 11.11 " IVk YVoOll'k 1.1] I'M. arr llar'b.irg 4.Dl " arr ft?tiiitou 5.05 ?' Way lint BStdl mi II. Ferry 7.15 A. v S\ 2.17 i-, m. arr Uarr'burg 5.UO " Tbro Fr, |*kt k Fata Ko SSS iva H. Ferry 3.40 a.m. ii-ll.i datut'k 7 45 '? arr Hamburg In.4" " arr lotauuion U.1S|>.M. .V.. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. ? . - " ?" U --L_^ CHTJKCH DIRECTOKY. Limuii'., lier. A. A...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 April 1883

?T.? ;arot unir |fke$ftt\ Farm and Garden Xctcs. Clover hay is good for hogs, and the hogs like it. Choose lor batching the largest and best shaped eggs irom the best layers. Some of the enthusiastic declare that by the ensilage system at least 50 per cent is added to the valve o: the land. T>o not kill the molos. Tliey do r.ot eat stiawlcrry plants but white grubs, and are most numerous ?where the latter arc found. An Ohio fanner names the mammoth pearl as the potato to take place of the peachblow. against ?which charges ot deterioratiou are made. T. Ii. Terry, of Ohio, says his straw is worth ?S a ton to him for leeding purposes and $0 for bedding ?le grows laige crops of wheat and never sells any straw. Too much clover hay ted to hor ses is injurious; they will cat so munh ol it that they cannot travel fast without injury. It should al? ways le well sprinkled with water btfore feeding. Dr. Sturtevant says; Our results have thus far given quite conclu? sive cvideiue in favor ot...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 April 1883

YOL. 63e WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1883. NO. 20. It PCUL1-.HKD ?KItLY *T SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLI8HINO' CO Skr*8ub*crlpton, Osx bouts imd a-halp per year payable In advance. At) communication* of private nature will be charged for aa advertieiua. Job Printing. All klndt of Job Work done atjehort notlcetnd tne mo?t re*ton?b'e term?. -Professional Oardt. WD. L. BORUM, ? Attorney at Law. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Office in Burner's Builclni?;,Wood!>ti>ik,Ya Aj.r. 1 lib, 83,?1 y. H' M. K- ALEXANDER, St ATTORNEY AT LAW IWlNCHlSTKB VlKlllMA. Sir-Will piactice in ^heuandoah County, attend? ing regulativ the court?. Jan. 17- t?. M ARK B. WUNDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. WOOSSsTOCX, ?\ IRUIMA. Oflke in ?iuncr's Building. July IS, V>.-ly. IN?lL. KLLLER, ATTORNEY AT ?LAW, Woossjttock, siii'.NAMHUii Co., Va. Will practte* in the county tiud circuit Bbtuiudoab,?nil adjoining conntie?. far ftpecisltticmion lo'cotlcetlon <?!'claims; June 21 >i?if. LEMVi-'L BisRDKN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOO...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 April 1883

f|l}fnanbflalj |?frstt> H"H),|||B|ll ??.silt BV S'sCNAKDOA-f" HERALD t?UBLISHINO f0 WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Ueduesiday. April, IS 1SS3. The Poor Man's Proteetlon. T'!K Editor of the Yiryhtimi la bis attempted reply to an article In the Hi,; a i o endeavors to show how much his parts lut h done in t'onerees for Ihe rebel of the poor nan. He charges that the HERALD "said never a word about it, though the IIkkai.d ought to know that ?boss volts helped to reduce taxatiou to estimates ranging between thirty and forty millions of dollars a year." Unfortunately for you the HuuLT* does know low t! ese reductions were made and we propose to give the peo. pie seme facts in regard to it which you tailed to |ive tl em. We propose to show that these reductions were made by rt noting the laxes of rich corpora? tions and monopolists snd compelling ihe poor man to pay unreasonable taxes upon the ameles of daily consumption. "Wien ll ev voted with men totear the Stamp* from matches and scores of oth...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 April 1883

woo o .?-?took: va. WtMintHtiHv April 18, is*?.:t. " ToWH ATO OOHrlTY AITAIBS. Entered at the Post Offie, at Woodstock, Va.? a second-class matter.] On and ?fier Nuv. lath, IS?, trains tsUl run a follows ou 11. S O. EAST BOUND. Vass. Ex. and Mail No. 605 leva Staunton 7 A. xt. arr Woodstock 9.24 " ?rrH. Ferry 1LM " arrWashingto 2.15 p. m arr Bait.inoro 3.2U " Way frgt aud Pass No. C31 lvs Harburg 7 10a m. Ivb Woods.'* 1U.30 " arr H. Ferry 4.30 p.m. TUro. freight, k Pass. No 033 lvs Hai'burg 5.25 " tve Vjf eodl 1.11 ? arr 11. Ferry 11.38 "-, WKST l'.Ul'M'. Pas?, tx. and Mail No. HI lvs Baltimore 7.15 a.m. -hingt. 0.3U '? lvs H. Fctry 11.25 " lvs Wood's 2.11 P.M. arr llar'burg 4 ul - arr Staunton IlM " Way ?rat and Usas. No. MC lvs H. Ferry 7.15 a. m ' , lva Wood k 2.17 1-. M. arr llarr'burg 0.00 " Thro Frcht k 1 sea No U? Iva B. Ferry 3.40 a.m. iis wOOdStOOk 7.45 '? airHarr.'burglU.Hi " arrStauntuu 12.1? p.m. ?R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. t'HURCH DIRECTORY. I m -riuui... Mm. A. A.I. Bushoug,...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 April 1883

A potato that has been chilled is totally untit for seed. Farmers are cften at a los3 to know why their potatoes do not sprout, when the solution o? the mystery would be found in the fact that tbey were chilled belore planting. An important question for far? mers to consider is wheie to apply manure as to have it tell best tor pioiit. O? course it should not be used on any spring grain except corn, and will probably yield the best money value ifapplied to po~ tat?es where this crop is largely grown. In trail growing, lcmcmbcr tha! fruits are like grain and vegetable crops, in this, that they must have manure to keep up the lertility. Un like vegetables ami grain, however, their feeding rods are mostly at the surface. It is best theietorc, annually to top-( ress truit trees The milk of a cow in her third cr fenrth call is generally richer in quality than a younger one, and will continue so lor several years. In dry season? the quality is gener? ally richer, although cool weather lavo...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 25 April 1883

YOL. 63a WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 188?. NO. 27. 'i? ?r ? Ltsnsr? ???ut ?' ? HEMANOOAr?1 HERALD PUBLISHING TO aWSubscripton, Okk Doliab a*?x> a-half per year payable in advance. All eoamnnicatiotasof priv-rte aatcre will be charged for as sdrsrtlalna. Job Friuting. All kinds of Job Wprkdene abh?rt notice and tue most reason ?We terms J'rofetsional Cnrete. WD. L. HOP? I'M," ? ATli'llNKY V? I.AW. wooPsTou*;. vu?tIma. Offieein Burner's Buiiding.Woolsttock.Va Apr. 11th, 83,?ly. UfiL'tf ALI XANl'Ul. AT'lOriNKi AJ I \ ?WlNCHESTFK VliaiyiA. tor- Will ?praot.ee 1' '* lty, ? Ihr rettula'lv the c< art*. Jsn. II?tf. MARK R Wl?M)KU, ATTUKMY AT lax. WOOI'STCCK, \ Il (UN?A. Office in I'm nor'.-- Bo July r.>, 'M-'.- ly. I NO iL. KlXlJ?r.'. ?J ?X10T. XI *i Wg?'I>S101'K, SllKNAMX'AH Co., VA. Will pr?ctlc. In tho conuty and I a^snssrsdoab.snd ad ?*?? tr B-nes-rlalaUeBtl -, of claims; Jane 21 'td-t?. Xi?? ,.,... j AT'1"BM V AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, Vir.t'lNIA. Ofnee with tr. W. Loa*?n...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 25 April 1883

Ijinanboalj mtl^ |?"S?T>?U-BED W?S?LT ?? t IE ?I ?.NOT.? I HERALD PUBtlSHINO CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wedneaday. April, 25 1888. 'The innuendoes of the Herald againat Dr. Fe'.tr Belew as Mahoueite director and the small-pox pbysiciaD ??ill receive due attention tu our next issue" ?ays the Yirginian. la reply we would say that there were to innuendoes and no charges, direct or indirect, again?! Dr. Belew. in the II bra M**. lu n faring to the act'ou of the Directory of the Luuatic Aeylnu?, we lost siajht of the fact thai Dr. Belew was oue ot the directors. It certainly requires a very far-tetchcd construction ofplaiu Engliah to find any reference to Dr. Belew in our article in which we spoke of the expenses of the county roads and ihe small-pox. Tin Be two items, we are informed, have cost the county within afewytais, about len thousand dollars. We refeired to theni a? unu*u il expenses, such us the county, to our knowledge bad never had before, and may probably not have a.aiu lor ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 25 April 1883

>lj?enaiiii0ab iperalb WOODSTOCK Va. Hertncsd?iv April Mi 1883 ^TOWl^AND^OUT?TT ArPAIBS^ Entered at the l'ont Onus ut \V>?>i;t>tock, Va., i second-class atattar.] On and after Nov. 13th, tMt, traiua will run s follows en li. k U. EAST BUVNP. ??asa. Ex. and Mail No. HI nTTS W umtcn 7 a. u. arr ?Voodttock 9.24 ?' ?rr H. Kerry 11.',? " arrWashingto 12.15 r. 14 arr Hall mure MB " Way frgt and Taus Ko. G31 ht llai'liirg 7 10a U. Ivs Woo?!-'* lu.lio " ?rr II. Ferry 4.30 V.U. Thro, freiiiht, AIass.Sof.33 lvs liai*burg 5.25 " Its Woea**h 7.M " arrH. Ferry 11.38 "al WIST HOUND. Pasa. Ex. and Mail No. C1?J lvs Baltimore 7.13 a.-?. Its W ?tiiiif-t. 6.30 ?? NlB. Ferry 11.25 " ls-aWood*a 2.11 v. u. arr llar'burir. 4 PI " arr r-'tanuti a 5.i'5 " ?JCsy trat ai-C ?*?s. X*. MP ?' ?* ?-? font 7.15 a. at ; l\h v?ood'k 2.17 P. M. an Z*rR*ba**| 5.?U " Thro xT(Lt A1 ?isNo to.- lvs H. Ferry C.*nA.M. u-Viodstock 7 45 '? air Hamburg 10.41' " arr Stauit. n 1J.1?i\m. II. L. t'AMrr.ELI., Aft C-HTJ-...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 25 April 1883

-arm im?r M?xi?W t-. u a?--^?? Bcuovnliiie Poor tsiiiid It u slow, ditficulr,and expensive work to bring un ?worn out land, but mere especially land naturally poor, to a satisfactory degree of fe: tility. li.it it may be done. It has been dime, lut not all at once We have known nun ol means put on twice the value of the Lind with the expectation cf getting a large yield the first year, but they did ntyt srrr c.-t J. The best t!iat can ! e done is to begin the fall ^?forehand, ose all tlie available manure possible, or scare lertilh'cr if it can le oltained, an I now some crop that glows quick, as rye or Italian rye grass, either ot which will make considerable giowth and be ready to turn ander by trie middle ci May. This bas ta-' ken l.o plant food from the field. Much nitrogen snd carbonic acid, some potash and soda have been abstracted bom the soil and the air and stowed up in the easily decay? ed nitrogenous substance of thoce crops. L'urned u:?Jer in bloom, the heat or the soil ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 2 May 1883

mi$A Stfwj YOL.63, WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 188?. NO. 28. is>n?Li<i. o vmaui *> ? HCHANOOAH' HfrtALD PUBLISHING CO WSubscriptou, O.si: DotAaB ani> a-halv per yoar payable in ad\.. AU communication-or private nature will be charged for as advertising. Job Printing. All ktnds of Job Work done at'short notlceand tn.? most reasonable terms. l'rofcssio?ial Cards. WD. L. B 0 B ? M , a Attokxi'IY at Law. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Office in Burner's l'-.i! '?n.'.Wc^.J?tock.Va Apr. 11th, r>3,? ly. w TM.K- AL1XANMK. ATTOBNXl AT LAW |WlNCHFi*Tl'K VllUilMA. ttt" Will mettes In ahenaadoah County, attend lug regulativ the court?. Jan. 17 -tf. M fARK R WUNDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. WOODSTOCK, \ IllUINIA. Office In Curiicr't* Building. July ID, v.'.-ly. jno.'l. kellk?, attorney at ?law, Woodstock. Siuaandpah Co., Va. Will practica In the county ?ml eimtit courts ol abenandoah.and td ties. ttr Sp??cia I si n of cliilms. June ?l *t?-tf. ROBERT .T. WALKER ATTOBNET-AT-LAW, V.' - ,, VlROIM...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 2 May 1883

IS ?C.U-IIIID *as?i-i ST eHENANOOAHr HERALD PUBLISHING CO ?V?^aSV-_?_a> ?rW WOODSTOCK. VIB-UXIA. WeduetstlH). May I 1-S3. -*"?**?m . - ?!?? ? "tlahoiu'itcs Thky don't like the name of "Ma? h->D?ile"." 'Vulnar newspaper scrib? blers" have been bowling "Bourbon? "blinder," until they luv?- ?li-^us-ttd ihe tbsi better elements of their own party, but '"Malioneites" i? a name that is not pleating to them. They don't like it, because it is appropriate. The day will come when they will be a?harued of it a? they should be now. It is used be? cause no other name so fitly describee the partv to which it is applied. At one time thev professed to be demo crats. Thev even pjt up an elactoral ticket which they claimed to be a demo cratic ticket, ? readjuster-democratic ticket; but democrats were not so easily caught and the negroes were BBSpicioui and the little ticket was beaten to the tune of60,0(0. Tbey then learned that the demo? crats coulai not be depeuded en, and they ?ousiht comfor...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 2 May 1883

?Ijfnanboab g?ralo wooowtook. va. -IVeitiii'MlHv May 2, IN's 3. TOWN AND COUNTY AHAIES. Enters-d st the lVr-t Ottie, ut W'ooiibtock, Va.;s socoud-class matter.] On and aftvr Nov. loth, I8SS, Hains will run ? follows en 11. a U. EAST BOl'ND. Pass. Ex. and Mail N\ niton | 7 a.m. (-air Wo? Mock D.M srr II. ? 'ai l-Wa.-bTL^to -J.15 p. VI "art Uuit.uiiii Way frgt and Fats ?s'o. liai lis Hai'l irg 7 lOa m. tls-k 1".:?' " srr 11. Ferry 4.30 r.M. Tbro. frria;l.t. .?. I N :'I r.r?-."..?_> " ? ? 7.M ?? arr J. Ferry II.a? '?& WEST B0TJN1'. lasas ?te. sud Mail No. i-I'' Iv? Baltimore 7.15 a.m. .. shlugt. <?.?*" ;r?s Wood'k 3.11 -Mat, arr ll.r. 'burg -, I 1 "en ?taunt? n ?.ot Wsy frtt andl'iis?. N' .SsC Its II. Ferry 7.M a. at' ; Iva Wood"? un- llarr'burg 5.0o ?' Thro Fri'.it .v Pass N ?0 ?.at. It ? V\ i air Hamburg 10.4U sir Main.ton 12.18 p.m. ill. I.. CAMPBKLL, aVgt. *r*H:XJ"Ft.C"H: DIRECTORY. M -ni Kev. A. A. 1. BnalsOlaf. pi I utberau Churib.at Woodstock on I gs of tbo l?t and '2d...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 2 May 1883

Eittm anb ^?r?o?b Bgeggggggg^*? ' ' ??" Farm aud Garden \olcs Nerer breed from scrub anima Don't neglect the vegetable g: ism? Are your fences and gates order ? The best steck is ll?e most pic talle. Poor tools and bad seed ave " good.'* It does not take a great deal slovenly management on an on nary sized farm to traste $1?0< a year. Sweet butter cannot be ma from cream under which whey ai tbick sour milk have lortned. T moment whey lorms it has past; the point of perfection. Curry horses frequently in sprii to aid in removing their old cot A small quantity of oat meal add? to their feed will also greatly assi in its removal. Discontinue tli when the working reason begins. A lamb saved now may be wor dollars next fall. What is call? '?bad luck" in raising lambs sometimes bad management, or i management at all. u the sheep 1 healthy, nearly everyone well-tor! ed should be raised, and nothii: pays the owner IcMer than clos personal attention to them. ? wiiter says that he has nev?...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 May 1883

Iei?tai 1 YOL. 63. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 188?. NO. 29. ftaanboab f|cralb t?"l?0?Ll-I11 1> ?raXkl.T IIT ?HEHANOOAH HERALD PUBLI8HINO CO ??SS^ubscripton, One Doi.nn as? a-half per year payable In advance. All communications of private nature will be charged for as advertising. Job Printing. All kinds of Job Work done at'ahort not'cea&d j trie most reasonable tern?. frofessioiud Cards. WD. L. B O RII M , ? All "KM y at Law. WOOPSTOi K. VIRGINIA." OlTicein Itiirnir's liiiililni'j.Woii'lstoolc.Va Apr. 11th, 83,?ly. w M. R* ALEXANDER. ATTORNE*? AT LAW ?WjNCHKSTKl? VlKIIIXlA. tr W1H practice ?ti shoiiandcali CV.mty. ?.Hand? ing regnlarlv t*M Jan. 17?tr. M ARK B. WUNDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Woodstock. ViaaiKU. ?flk't' in ?surner's BuUd'iQff. July ltf, '?i.-l-j. JNO-IL. KKLEEl*, attorney at law, Woodstock. Bhknahdoah Co., Va. Will practice in the county and circuit courts ol Shenandoah,and adjololnc comities. tar~Speci?latientiou to collection ofcliiims. 4une 21 'Ki-tf. ROBER...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 May 1883

t?'?cLisKn> ?-atatT ?t eHEN-iNDOAH? HERALD PUBLISHING tO S texf'f Km m --?-^^'ii. *ryiw>^ -m&k* \vuoi>stock. vmnwsiA. "rttdiiostliij. Jlay, 9 !>S.t. The People*?* Dangir. Waihneism threatens every inter? est dear to a free people. While the eonteal was one based upon a difference of opinion as to the true amount of the d-bland the nature of the obligations resting upon the State, men could ex? press and vote their seutiraeuts with? out apprehension of danger. That con? test is now ended. The readjusttrs frequently changed their own estimates and declarations of the atnouut due the creditor?, bol they llnnllv. passed a bill of readjust men?, and fastened i) apon the S'ate mi.I the State's creditors. The Dceoecratic party, attor bavins done all that h could m endeavoring to secure what was considered an honest rtad? luttaient of the debt, has submitted to the law as paased and abandoned further controversy urou the subject, lli'.iii: rccognis d the Fcttlemmt, t'.e qnes...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 May 1883

^aenaniroalj fWlb WOODHTOCK VA. Wedneoday May 9, IH83. " T?WH ?BT) OOUXTY AiTAlBS. Kuteredat the Postume, at Woodstock, Va..a aecond-ila?? matter.] Un atad after Nov. lath, is*.', trait's will run a follows ouli.HO. EAST BUVND. Pass. Ex. and Mall No. 60S lev? Stannton 7 a. at. arr WooJatixrk 9.24 " ?rr H. Kerry 11.58 " arrWaah'.ngto 2.15 v. tt arr Baltimore eJSt " Way frgt and Pass No. 631 lvs Harburg 7.10a as. l\a VAoodu'k 10.30 " arrH. Ferry 4.30 p.m. Tbro. freight, kPaaa. No 688 lvs Harburg 5.25 " lvs Wood'k 7.51 " arrH. Feiryl 1.38 " WEST BOUND. Paaa. Ki. and Mail No. Clu lvs Baltimore 7.19 a.m. lvs Waakiugt. 6.30 '? IvsH. Forry 11.25 " In Wood Ir. 2.11 p._. arr Har'burg 4.01 " arr St aun ton 5.05 " Way Itgt and Paa?. No. 640 lvs H. Ferry 7.15 a. M' lvaWood'k 3.17 p.m. arr Harr'borg 5.00 " Tbrol-ra-ht A s-tta No 638 lvs H. Ferry 3.40 a.m. h ? \? oodnock 7.45 '? arr Harri'burg l".4o " arr Stauutou 12.18 P.M. R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. eirlXJ'RCII "DI RECTOR Y. l.l'tllHIl .. Kev. A. A. ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 May 1883

Swine Raising. [From tbe Southern Planter.] A farmer in the northwest says he at first tried ?scrubs' and 'mon? grels,' until thoroughly disgusted ; he also tried the plan of keeping old sows to raise pig-*, but loum! it an expeasive way ol getting a stock. It proving a losing business to raise hogs except for family use, he gave up the idea of raising them to sell. After ten years experience in this way he procured a litter ol Poland-China pigs, and, having by this time a good hog pasture o! blue grass and clover, began to raise hogs to some profit. He aban doned raising wheat to sell, and went to ratsiug cattle and hogs, feeding up all the grain raised, and after that buying what was wanted. He stopped keeping old sows over and soon would not be caught rais? ing more than one li tter from a sow He managed to have all tl.e mw to farrow in May, and then they will be a year old by the time they drop their first litter. The choice sows are selected tor breeders, and fatten all tl.e re...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 16 May 1883

M Uli YOL. 63. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, MAY IG, 1883t NO. 30. i?*tta?usBED a-aaiLt ?v ? rlENANDOAH'* HERALD PUBLISHINQ CO ?*a?~t3ubacrlpton, Onk Do?-lab and a-i.au> per year payable In advance. AU oommunlcstlonBof privat* nature will be C-iargedfor as advert isin?. Job p-riiitlng. All kinds of Job Work done ??-?short notlceanrt tne moat reasonal-'e term?. Professiojial Cards. WD* L. B 0 B V M ? ? Attokmy at Law WOOPSTCKK. TIRGINIA. ?MHcein Burner's I>??ilih.i':.'Voo.i?ti-r..,Va Apr. 11th, 83,?ly. w TM.R' AI.r.XAND?-T?. ? J ATTORNEY AT LAW |\VlNCHKSTER YlBQlHIA? tJjr win practice in Slu-nti'id??Tul County, attend? ing rcguiarlv the courte. Jan. 17 tf._ MARK Y,. W?ND1 attorney at law. Woodstock, Viiuuma. (Jffice hi Burner's P-uildins*. Jnly 19, 'M.-ly. JXO.lL. KlXLEi?, ATTtRM'.Y AT ?LAW, Woodstock. Shknanwah Co., Va. ?Will pract'e-? in the county and circuit courtB ot Bheuandoab.and sdj ''"*-, , tar- special atlemion to colK-etlon of claims. June 21 *B?-tt. ?OBIBT .-. V.AIKF.R...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 16 May 1883

?ajenanboal) %txn?b is'ao.LiBHED stcbslt r* (MKNANOOAHl HERALD PUBLISHING (0 tsS&bfo ?^?5^' _ WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Moiliiiviiiy May, 1? li-tai. ??j _ ... ? ? ' Tbc DcMioi'rai'y. Upon tl.c adoption of the Federal eoLstitution, il- ?h favored a union <f tie sir.U?-. and a npublican form of {-ove m nu ut sjraa known for a while ns the Fedcrali?t par:v. TbU name soon gave way to tl at of Bcpubli can at.d tie opposition was known by name of Federalists. Bf publican was afterwards dropped and ihe parlv repre?t utii'i* tie truc in? teresta of ihe Anurican people adopted the name of the Democratic pariy?a name which for over a half century has been held in honor and esteem by the American peop'e. T! e opposition, at times, exce?dii:>j!? bitter, adopted Other name*, ami lb? two parties fought upon isiues which vaiicii with the progress of tbe country. For 3eurs ll.c two gttal latticB, tl'e Dtmocraiic and the Whig, represented in our Nati? nal council? lu statesmen whose viordt? of ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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