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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 September 1878

ando all VOL. 58. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 11,1878. NO. 49 SHENMDAOII HERALD I? PUBLISHED WIKKLT BY SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING.CO tBT" Subscription, Twi DoMsSS yiar per payable In advance. If not paid lu advance, Two Dollars nd Fifty ?JenU ?ill be charged. All communications of a privat ? uat m will be ehartced for a? a advertising. Job l*i ?mini;. All kind? of Job Work done at short notice and atthomost raaaoaabl? rutts. A Professional (Jards. i;. WYNKour. A T TO UNE Y AT LA II". Office on Main Street Opposite the Court House. WOODSTOCK, VA. Will practice in the court? of Shemmdoah and adjacent OOOBI ?V Special attention Riven te tha eollacttoa ol Maiin? and all legal boaiuea? entrusted t i Ula oar?. Sept. 5th?tf. Will u? in Mr. laoxiOM on T!nirslny, Friday *ud Saturday, kefor? the 2nd Tueadaj ol etkcb nontb, at Dr. L. 11. Jordan'- Drag Store. Mosk? Walton. M. I.. Wu.io.s W ALTON k WALTON, ATTDI'.MAS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, v.\. ??'MUSKS WALTON ah? practice?t? th? COBS' ?l...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 September 1878

SHENANDAOH HERALD ta PUBLISHED WIXXLT BT SHENANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO ' WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wdlnce?ay Sept, 11. 1878. ?;_ ..u.. .?.?.,? ....it ?????? fiante for Ike Caadrr. Each and every one of the Virginia candidates for congress is now a full f edged grcenbacker. Mr. Tucker was the last to step into the ring and take under the conditions which Maj. Daniel's I.ynchburg platform imposed, committing himself to an iuflatiou of the currency, a repeal of the coin act o^ 186$, the abolition of national banks, and the paymeut of the federal debt in greenback*. We welcome these distinguished goaa?einea into the fold. Major I ?iiuicl's able statistical speech attest his integrity of purpose and indicates the value of his services to any party. Mr. Tucker, like the balance of the Vir giuia delegation in congress'ior several years past, comes in with the vast majority. With these two gentlemen we have a small unsettled account. They both stand by aud sustain the fraudulent Virginia contr...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 September 1878

SHEMNDOAH HERALD WOODSTOCK, VA. Wedaenday Sept 11th 1878. TOWI AID OQUirTY ATTAIIB. B. & 0. B. B. Time Table.?On and after Monday June 10th, 1878. Train? will arrive aud leave Weedstock ad follows : MOVINU WEST. Through Freight Arrives A. M. m ?? heaves M 7-51 Way Freight, Arrives P. M. ?? M Leaves M 2.15 Passenger Train Arrivas " 1.41 m " Leaves M 2.15 ?ovara east. Way Freight Arrives A. M, .... "| M Leave? " 11.29 PasAnger Train Arrives P. M. 2.05 r? M Leaves M 2.30 Through Freight Arrives P. M. ?, " Leaves " 7.29 Through freight runs Mondays, Wed? nesdays and Saturdays only. All freight trains have passenger cars at? tached. Deer Killed.?W. W. Losan,] of tliis place, killed a deer last week?the first of the season. Circuit Court.?Cireuit Court is ?till in session. In the case of Jeffer? son vs. B. & 0.;B. B., the jury found in favor of defendant. The eitieens of Harrisonburg, Va., have subscribed ?)350,of which $200 goes to Vickburg and $100 to Memphis the balance ta be d...

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 September 1878

FARM1 AND ?IRESIDE. Farm U<ounts. The qucstisn "Docs Farming Pay?" is almost universally answered by far? mers in the negative, though they can rarely, if ever, make a detailed exhibit of their debits and credits, which will prove cither side of the question. Yet it is a self-evident fact that farming pays the nation. It is our great pro? ducing industry, the mam-spring which keeps all the machinery of transpor? tation, commerco and manufactures in motion, croating a value of untold millions out of materials which have no commercial worth until transformed by labor. If therefore on the one hand, farming docs not pay the individuals who pursue it, there must be some? thing wrong m the system by which the wealth created by its labor is divided; Of if on the other, it does pay the individual, there must be something wron:* iu the system by which his business accounts arc kept, or he could show by his balance-sheets, his exact business income and expenditure, the amount of his profit...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 September 1878

%m vy^V^ ?7 VOL. 58. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 18,1878. NO. 50 SHENANDAOH HERALD II PUBLISHIP WXIKLT BT SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO XT' Subscription, Two Dollar? year per parable In adraaoe. If not paid in advance, Two Dollar? i ad Fifty Centa will be charged. AU ciramanications of a private nature** will be charged for a? a advertising. Job Printing. All kind? of Job Work done at short notice and at the most reasonable rate?. Professional Cards. A G. WYNKOOP, AT T O R N E Y A TLA W, Office on Main Street Opposite the Court House. WOODSTOCK, VA. Will practice in the court? of Shenaudoah and adjacent counties. UV Special attention given to the collection of Maini? and ?11 legal business entrusted to his care. ?Sept. 5th?tf. Will BK in Mt. Jackson on Thnr?.lay, Friday ?nd Saturday, before the ?nil Tuesday of each aaontb, at Dr. L. H. Jordan's Drug Store. Moses Walton. M. L. Walton WALTON k WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK. VA. ?S?**MOSE3 WALTON ?lso practices iu the ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 September 1878

SIIESiMDAOH HERALD ;~ 18 VUBU8HIC WEEKLY BY WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. ? Wednesday Sept. IS. 1878. YelUw Fever. IIcpcs were indulged a few days ago that the fever was on the decline but with the re turn of warmer wcaiher, the disease has proved more malagnant and the number of deaths at some of the points has materially increased. The :ig and destitution is still very A ???stance is needed. The I all over the country arc respond ,1 to the cries and it is hoped thai the suffering will be relieved as much (ta H ll possible for human power lleve them. Those who have work lly for weeks are now falling and many of the electors, nurses iv.cn of the Howard Assoc? iation have died. The nalue Election. The result of the voting in Maine has ?prong a surprise upon the straight-out politicians of both parties. It has been upeatcdly fefefeerted by the republican leaders th*?t what they called '-the .iieiiL-aek heresy'' had no standing ground among the republicans iu New England. The Maine election pro...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 September 1878

SHEMANDOA?? HERALP WOODkjTUCK, VA. Wcdms'lny Seilt lMii 1878. TOWN AND COUS?T AFFALES. "B. & O. R. R. Timi: Table.?On and after Monday June Trams will arrive and leave Wo as follows : MOVING WEST. Through (freight Arrives A. M. ?' ?? '? 7.5 i Way Freight, Arrives P. SI. s - 2.15 Passenger Tram Amy? ?' 1.41 ?? ' " ?...?v. . ?? 2.?5 MoVlNti ?1 /WayFreight Arrives A. M, ? 1 " ?? Leaves " 11.29 r\utsenger Train Arrives P. M. " Leaves ThisWgh Freight Arrives P. M. ?, ?- Leav - ?? 7.29 Through freight run- Wed? nesdays sad Satunlays only. All freight trains Lave ? i are at? tached. Aeeii'iiNT.?Clarea an ol Capt. 11. Shall ol tree last week and arms. Bead the advei den ?v Bro? in sell excel!, ul ? low pi ices. Barren is servio eious Oyst?. they will do yuo Fever is prci hear, along I North ; brauche? of I V'cr.? rYerrf CONCERT.? T given for th ver Stiffen i ? last night, will be. An attractivi ; pared. L I a with the staffer.!*. . night?Wed:; -,*-_ Beli Punch.?The Mod'ctt Bell IV, Augu...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 September 1878

FARM ANO FIRESIDE. From the Southern Planter and farmer. The Proper Qn?nllly of Wtaeht to b? Roan Per Acre, lime el" Seeding- awl Beat \ art?tica, &c. From Col. Kobt. Beverley, of Fau??uiek: I accord entirely with Cal. Knight's views as to thin seeding of wheat. I have been nearly forty years cultivating wheat, having begun at sixteen years old.long before the introeluction of drills, and I have never seen a crop 'lost or lY.niinifehed yet by thin sowing, either broadcast or with the drill. Iu 1850, ufter the introduction of Peruvian guano. I saw a crop seeded in Frinee Wi'liam county, Iroadcast, on excessively poor land, "that had nut far years brought uve bushels to the acre; with one hundred ?and eighty pounds Peruvian guano and by a somewhat similar mishap as stated bj Colonel Knight, the old negro seeds? man ?oared tnly one-half bushel to the Of what was then called Mediter? ranean wheat (about the same as our Lancaster now). When it came up Mr. John Ili'.l Carter, the owne...

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 September 1878

VOL. 58. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 25,1878. NO. 51 SHEXANDAOII HERALD IS F?FLIH?IED Wt?KLT BT SHENANDDAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO taT* Subscrii turn, Two Dollar? year ]>er payable lu ?.Ivauce. If u,it paid iu advance, 'i'wo Dollar? . ud Fifty l'eut, will be charged. Al! c imm.iulcatitu? of a private uat.i.e ??ill bi? cha reed for as ? Job Printing. Ail kinds .if Job Work don : i.eeand at the moot naecanl* ; Frofetrional i A ??? "' - .1 T TO K x /: r AT I A w, Office on Main Street Opposite the Court House. "SSCOI'SMHI", VA. Will practice In (heoourt* ??; Bhenandoab and Bl oonntiee, li*~ sp cu: It! rtlon i ! ??Bim* ami all I ,:.? care. a?tf. Witxaan Mt. i in?l?y. Friday ?ml Saturday, befor* lb* .-.id T uontb, at Dr. !.. II. Jordan** Drag M >?v:s Wu.roN. M. L. Walton WALTON" k WALTON. ' SW WOODS'roCK, VA. ? raetleeala ti. llaviBg qiuluied it -, and Clrcnll '??un? ?I tin- lui!',: glnia. lie is jrepar? '. I ?IV) li? li. C. A! 1-. .?. M-I1H.1! ' 4 LI.KN ,v MAGRUDRR, A1TOKM....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 25 September 1878

SHEXiNDAOH HERALD II PUBLISHED WIEI1T Bt SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, Y1UG1NIA. \\ < iliusilay Sept. 25. 1878. i ---???? The Origin of lite Fever in lev Orieau?. A correspondent of the New York Herald, telegraphing from New Orleans m account ?of the ori?in of the fever at that place which corresponds i -.her reports heretofore received* , in which it appears into that the loction of the disease into that city, I ?oall the now infected an ovcreontWence on the 1 of Health of New ability to thoroughly - arriving from West -. Dr. Joseph Jones. Pro rnistry In the Medical ina, is the corrcspon . for bis statements. . . I luarantino ground May, ?run Havana, one ol whom was rred to the quarantine hospital. . ncd for six haart at the ng which time she was ? ' with sulphur . At the customhouse nted a ci?.m bill v\ health. v< ?sel who was i n Hon at the B sick on arrival ? at the city, and was carried to the ?orne and Blenvillc i in convn - - of Mag. Another ?sel went toa a...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 25 September 1878

SIIEIN AIN DO AH HERALD WOODSTOCK, VA. Wcducaday Sept 2.1th 1878. TOWN AND 00??NTY AFrAIRS. B. k 0. R. R. Time TahCe.?On and after Monday June 10th, 1878. Trams will arrive ami leave Woodstock as follows : MOVING \vi:st. Through Freight Arrives A. If. " Leaves " 7.51 Way Freight, Arrives P. M. '? Leaves '? 2.15 Passenger Train Amy? " 1.41 11 ?? Leaves " 2?tS MOVING EAST. Way Freight Arrives A. II. ?? Leaves " 11.29 PassimijrT Train Arrives P. If, 2.05 " Leaves " 2.30 Thrsugh Freight Arrives P. M. *, " Leaves '? 7.29 Through freight runs Mondays. Wed? nesdays and Saturdays only. All freight trains have passenger cars at? tached. [log cholera is ?prevailing to a consid? erable extent in portions of Hock'ui-ham county, Va. Mr. Benjamin Scrivener, ol Frederick county, Va.,a soldier of the war of 1812, ;- dead. Judge II. C. A ihn will deliver the agricultural address at the Baldwin Augusta Fair on the 9th of October. Neither child or adult can ha v? arasy, ?bright complexion when worms S...

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 September 1878

FARM AND FIRESIDE From Ex-Governo? "Wm.Sm'th, of FArQt'iEK Co., Va.: I have your postals rtejuesting je \o furcishyou my views as to the prepara? tion for a wheat crop?quantity of ?"seed per acre, &.c. 1 regret to say that 1 have not been very well, which, with the hot weather and the pressure of my other duties, baa occasioned me to de? lay my reply until it is now too late to furnish such an one as you would like,or I should desire to have published. Undoubtedly we have had the wettest and mildest year, ao far, within my recollection, the consequence ol which is the rankestand most noxious growth of vegetation, I have ever kuown. The daisy cr ax-eye, the blue, the Canada, and legacy of the war, and several others of the family of thistles, the dock, the plant or plantain, the muileu, and to some extent the snion, crowd upon the nutritious grasses, and render thorough and successive cultivation later/ essential, as this, with un? remitting vigilance, furnish the anil hope of ex...

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 October 1878

?aS?r m .a ??'A . m -i/ -4*^ VOL. 58. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY OCTOBER, 2, 1878. NO. 52 SHENA?DAOH HERALD It VCBLIBHED WKIILT BY ?HENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO tW~ subscription Two Dollars year per payable in advaace. If not paid in advance, Two Dollar? nd Fifty Cents will be cbarged. All communications of a pnvats nature will be charged for a? a advertising. Job Printing' All kinds of Job Work done at abort notice am' at the most reasonable rates. I - - Professional Cards. "7 G. WYXKOOP, A T T O II N S Y AT LA ?', Office on Main Street Opposite the Court House. WOODSTOCK, VA. Will practico in the courts of Sbenandoah and adiacent counties. ?IT Special attention given to the collect;.sj ii Maims and all legal business I aawawawd to his care. Sept. Mb?tf. Will bb in Mi. Jackson on Thursday, Friday ?nd Saturday, before the 2nd Tuesday of each jBonth, at Dr. L. H. Jordan's Drug Store. Mosks Walton. M. L. Walton WALTON * WAI.TMX, ATTORNEYSAT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. ??"MOSES WALTON" also pr...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 2 October 1878

8HENA8DA0H HERALD Il PCBLI8IED WXFKLT BT 8HENAND0AH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VllU. INI A. Wednesday. Oft.. 2. 1878. ,Ttte Werld, Harris and Tucker. A new and artful ?edge is nga about to be practiced upon the cied 1?U3 democracy ol the eeuntry. Tl Xew York WorV. for many years tl leading organ of democracy, i? sendii out circulais by the hundred aunoun ug a changc|of management, proi ?sing to sind the paper free for 01 month, and soliciting ? sobecriptioi thereafter. Alttng with this circular a card as follows : Dear Sir : At the suggestion of our got friend lion. John T. Harris. 1 tal pleasure in calling your attention i The Would as it is now conduct? under its new management. Askir your careful perusal of the enclesi circular and also of Tin: World durin the period for which it will be sent |toi Yours respectfully, W. A. Potter, Publisher. Some of the [many received at tb oflice have the name of the Hon. dob Randolph Tucker and some of Hoi John T. Harria. We would like to ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 2 October 1878

SUEMNDOAH HERALD WOODHTOCKi VA. Wedneataj Oct 3d. 1878. TOWN AND COUNTY AITAIBS. li. ?c 0. it. B. Time Tamjc?On and after Moudaj June 10?, 1878. Trains will writ - Woodstock as follow.? : MOVING ? 1, M. .... -? ?? Li .',?? i - ?? 7.?1 Wav Freight, Arrives 1'. M. Leaves " 2.15 Passenger Train Arrives " 1.41 Leaves - 2.03 ? asT. W;;\ i i S A. M, .. Leaves " 11.29 .;_?; i Train Arrives P. M. 2.05 ?? Leaves M 2.30 Thro:, P?M. Leaves ,% 7.29 Xhro ' I ndays, Wed ra and Saturdays only. All asscnger cars at? tache J. meet? I'resbyterian . . ( -??? ???. ?, Ai. and sweet At ciDi ?? Day, little one ?f her * i, Re ? ivcd by M DcllCs lir. XotShaui*.?0 a nswho lertook . jam?. oi his folly. ? ??? ?? ? ? in the -; Sun t? taki r. '.? II. C. Allen, . Paul. ? - insider ird an old I ? ? ': - ne . a. ? 's In '? rorms, they I . Sale . A '; I?. M. | c :. was . :? . PAfeTOK. - . urn, un i y tlitH - upon Al ant, of '- . Mr. It, Known iu . ! 'i II to h:ni will ; 1878, and id uu P I ?rthy of t' e Sarsaparilla...

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 October 1878

FARM AND FIRESIDE.! [From the Southern l'ltnter and l'aru.er Pkum Gjch. G. 8. linn, OT SlIKXaXUOAH Co., Va : : I read, with much interest, Col. Knight's article, from the fact that it is corroborative of my experience, as to the yield where wheat was sown moderately thin. 1 never witnessed Bach results Irom a half bushel seeding, hot the best crops 1 have ever mate were where one bushel was chilled In. 1 thinkthe conditloa of the hvnd,its fertility aud the time of sewing, should control the amount of seed to be used. I shoud not like to sow at any lime less than one bushel when drilled, or five peck? sown broadcast. The season oci ally might suit a lesa quantity, Iho re? sult be very gratifying, as in Col. Knight's case, but the nop has too many risks to tun from drought, fly, fui zing out and other causes to ex? pect evert grain to tiller and matun lvances,lhi My of seed should be increased,hut nd flvc 1'i.tks when drilled, as - more halle to al ovc. It Is the experience ot everj f...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 October 1878

?mm VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER, 9, 1878. NO. 1 SHENANDAOH HERALD I? FVBLIBRED WIEKLT BT tHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO tw~ Subscription, Two Dollars year per payable In aJraace. If not paid in advance, Two Dollars : nd Fifty Cent? will be charged. All communications of a private nat ire will be charged for a* a advertising. Job Printing. All kind? of Job Work done at shoit notice and | tttba moat reasonable rates. Professional Cards. G.~WYNKOOr. A T T O H NE Y AT 1. A W, Office on Main Street Opposite the Court House. ?WOODSTOCK, VA. Will practice in the court? of Sheuaudoah and adjacent counties. f?r~ Special attention given to the eoDactloa of sUlm? and all legal business entrusted to his eure. (sept. 5th?tf. Will be in Mt. Jackson ,>u Tlinrslav, Friday and Saturday, before the >ud Tneaday of each month, at Dr. L. H. Jordau's Drug St?re. Moses Walton. M. L. Walton WALTON & WALTON, ATTOKNT.YS AT LAW WOODSTOCK. VA ?WMOSES WALTON ?lso practices in the Coun ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 October 1878

SHEXiKDAOII HERALD I* rUBLISHKD WKKKLT It ?H?NANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. XVediiCr-dnv ?ct.. S. 1878, Publie Speaking. General Ech?la and Judgi Harria had a political discussion here on Monday j M candidates for I it would be ana itc ef space to make a report of the speeches. Lach simply j amplified what has been prescutc 1 hith? erto from the hustings and their respec tivc cards. Judge Harris sustained the greenback theory and opposition National Banks a all the tin; ouscbampi ores and schemei cwreo (Jell act and the National and i ; government in lieu ol the bank notes. He claimed thai tionai - cosily one it is re] resent? d that it is the best yi t d Till? :. these gentlemen. TI ? county want all one sided an I . Whal the- neccssit twenty : tribnted plentifully in ! scantily at 10 to 12 per cent. - be explained, i iiy. However some muy differ on the question ef ho. urrency this country sbonl I -n what II ahonll be based, I ? to lh< oipre--'.oi. ig Na? tion...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 October 1878

ce . ._ SHEKAilDOAHHEIlAl.l WOODsTlX'l?, VA. Vr*)dmm**~j Oct. 8tb. IS7S. TOWN AND COUNTY ATFAIBS. bT&T O. lt. 11. Timk Table.?0 and arter Monday June lOtb, 1*7 Trams will arrive and leave v as follows : MOVING v, EST. Through Freight Arrives A. M, ... 7.? Wuv Arrives P. M. Leaves " 2.1 Passenger Train Arrives ?? l.i Leaves " 2.6 MOVING BA8T. Way Freight Arrives A. M, Leaves " 11.2 Puaseogei Train Arrives P. M. 2.0 ?* Leaves " 2.3 Through Freight Arrives P. M. ... Leaves ?' 7. Throngh freight runs Mondays, Wet in? lays and Saturdays only. Al freight trains have i cars al tachett count of the rash of ? ing, . lb il t emit notices of M. Column's stock of goods. liucry goods trh? h ? ill ' e In n wick. and the advert A Reqci st.?Tb cd no rom tbe btig^y -: Davit ist weck at Tunker m will, ivor ! 3 ret? sending jhim werd ? found. - ol tl h wie ?ued. It vi : by 1! v .'no. 1\ il\ ? ri I _ray hair with a Hair Vigor covei ? Notice.?Th o'clock. All ? ??>? ??? : . . * ' - ? . ' On mol?? ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 October 1878

FARM AND FIRESIDE. After-Colt tire ar Wkeat. The practice of using the drill and the cultivator in growing the wheat crop, is evidently and rapidly winninu the approval of practical men, as it may with good reason, for it has all the previous presumptions clearly in its favor, as well as the analogy of other crops, and is also sustained by the conclusion of science, and the testi? mony ot advanced farmers. There is so much to be said in favor of this plan, that every wheat grower in the coun? try ought at least to give it a fair trial. It is recommended not merely by the saving of seed, and the* uniform depth ot planting secured by the drill, (which is a great security against freezing out,) but equally by theVitliug .cost of.culti* vation, as compared with the result, autl by the surprising increase of yield, when the process is rightly managed. In all the trials of this plan that have come to our kuosvledge, we have heard of but one that did not succeed, and ?u that "jase a better...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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