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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 16 October 1878

^-??-#?1., ,-,?< VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER, 16, 1878. NO. 2 SHENANDAOH HERALD ta rtJBLIRHID WXBXLY Bl Ihenandoah herald PUBLISHING CO W Subscription, | Two Dollars year per payable la adraaoe. If not paid In advance, Two Dollar? ad Fifty Cent? will be charged. AU communication? of a private nature will be shargag for a? a advertising. Job Pi-inling. All kind? of Job Work done at short notice and attha moat reasonable rate?. Professional Cards. A G. WYNKOOP, AT T O U X E Y AT LA W, Orflc? on Main Street Opposite the Court House. WOODSTOCK, VA. Will practice in the coarta of Shenandoah and adjacent counties. W Special attention given to the collection of Maims and all legal business entrusted to hi? care. Sept. Sth-tf. Wjllbbis Ml. J\ck?ds on Thurslav, Friday and Saturday, before the -nd Tuesday of each aonth, at Dr. L. H. Jordan-? Drug Store. Moses Waltos. ?d. L. Walton WALTON ft WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK. VA. ?VaflUUI WALTON ?lso practices in the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 16 October 1878

SBENMBA0I1 EERALD IS ?CBLISBE? WEEKLY BT SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CC WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wcdiicstlav- Oct.. 1?. 1878. HoriKb fer L'ayo. No sooner was Hayes declared dent by tbe unconstitutional eight to seven tribunal tb.au the Boothern cour? tiers of high and low ? - ned the throng of "* political traders which imemgyrated and consummated the out rage, Because Hayes allowed Han and Nichols to be governors he was applaudi(1 by the mountebanks as? noble and fearless chair; It was vain jo argue that he party to the fraud ofhls election. The ready answer was that he -\ is ing Louisiana and South Carolina, and writing Sunday School essays. Surely Done but a good man could do n things. Next Hill and Lamar and Han and Cordon and all ll utheru "representative men" wen ing him the chief of innocents and his title to office so clear and good an irnpeachable that iu\ would be revolutionary if undertaken for anj other purpose than to advertu political depravity, the shameless perjuiies of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 16 October 1878

SHEM ANDOAH HERALD WOODSTOCK, VA. ? Wed??s ?:iy Oct. 16th. 1878 TOWN AND 00??NTY AFFAISS. 13. & ?. 11. It. Timi: Taui.e.?On ami after Monday June 10th, 1878. Tratus will arrive and leave Woodstock us follows : Moviira wK-i. Through Freight Arrives A. M. . M M Leaves *? 7.51 Way Freight, Arrives P. If, Leaves M 2.18 Passenger Train Arrives " 1.41 Leaves ?? 2.05 ^e"?^^-Ci IA8T, rrhes A. M, , aves - 11.29 graves P. If. 2.05 .eaves " 2.30 Through Freight Arrives P. M. .. ?, M Leaves li 7.20 Through freight runs Mondays, Wed? nesdays and Saturdays only. All freight trains have passenger ears at .aelied. wi? -tu*??m?> >?!? ii ?, ?? .juj??emmm Moi.aissks.?Mr. M. V. French, ol this place made 120 gallons of im on ous acre of ground, In reply to "citisen," in last week's issue, we are authorized to say that the money realized by the concert In this place $43,57, was sent to the Relief Committee at Grand Junction, Tenu . ? ??? ? 1'KouFK'.?Mr. Wm. Bennett of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 16 October 1878

FARM AND FIRESIDE. Thin SecsUaf sf Wheat. An attack of illness is my apology for ruY tartly compliance to your request to communicate to you the facts in my pos? session on the question of the "Thin Seeding of Wheat." Soon alter I commenced farming lb cameksatisfied that the quant't'es of sc< generally used were entirely excessiv? and that a considerable reduciion of would not cnly be that much saved f( market, but in all probability would, the same time, be productive of increa ad y laida. I have, according, for tl last live years, been making occasion experiments of one peck to the acr drilled ?u rows sixteen inches apai and in every instan.e the yield of sut seeding has exceeded that ol the san land seeded atone bushel per acr These uniformly satisfactory resul convinced me that one peck per aci cor.lil salely be depended on lor econi meal cul.ure, aud last year I used thi quautlty for a psrtiou of my crop, soni 100 acies. This wheat, soon alter began to i'ller. assume...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 October 1878

VOK 59. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER, 23,1878. NO. 3 ?ssssss?l BB SHFuNASDAOH HER ? I? rClUllIIt WKIILT Bl tHENANDOAH HERALD PUBUSHIN ?W 8ebseri| tioo, (Two Dollar, year per payable ia ?ira,ce. If not paid in adrante, Twa Dallare ad Fifty Cent? will ba charged, all e?orum?ni;*?tion? of a private natura ?Ut be efearged far a? a advertising. Job Printing. All kind, of Job Work done at short notice and atthamoit reasoiiaKe rate?. Professional Cards. \ i.. WYNKOOP, ?TTO B N E Y AT L A W, Olflc? on Main Street Oppoiit? ?hi Court Houae. WOOISSltK'K, va. Wt'.l practice In the court? of Sfcen?ndoah ?nd adjacent com -, HT" Mpecial attention given to tba collection of Imtmtt ?nd ail legal bualneu entrusted to hi? care. fapt. Mh?tf. Wut.this >fr. J.irmoy on Thnr?l?y, Friday an 1 Saturday, before th? .'nd Tuesday of each month, at Dr. L H. Jordan^ Pri? Slora. Hon? Wal ros. M. L. Waltos \XfALTOX k WALTOH, ATTOBVKTS AT LAW WOODSTOCK. VA. BSTVOSH w \i.ton al?-? mette?? ta th? Conn ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 October 1878

SBExWDAOFf HERALD ia rrrnrriED wscsLt bt 8HENAN00AH KERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. ? a?? . Wedne??Iav Oct.. 23. Is7s The 2sew York Tribune attempted to create a wonderful sensation by pub? lishing a number of alleged cipher tele? grams purporting to have been sent by Mr. Tilden's frienils for the purpose of purchasing the corrupt retaining board of Florida. The only thing accomplish? ed was to attract sufficient notice to in? duce Mr. Tilden to imblish an emphatic deuial. The republican party rests uu der the odium of having forced upon the people a president, who was not elected, but obtained his place through the enmiual acts of a corrupt set of scoun? drels, every one of whom has been since rewarded by lucrative offices. This action on the part of the President renders him a participant in the corrupt acts of those who defrauded Mr. Tilden out of the votes of the states of Florida and Louisiana, and throws the odium of the whole transaction upon there publican party. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 October 1878

s?i il uk;: alp WOODSTOCK, V?. idfij ??Ft aSd. 1878 TOWN ? IT? ALTAI . . 'ABLE.?On June lOtk, .. Wai 2.15 l.il J[ AST. t&P A. M, 11.29 .. l\ M. . ?. . Wed All - ???, ,?. ?1 - ?m ?*. a.i ' - - ? - : - - ' - ? B ^hw vlHODg more Iban Ca] . n0 full < whole amount in Fall and Wil . he will take pli asure in sli to all who will ? ? part of this, s ilen-rmiikd to sell big bargain?. A t oniHryaun'i Visit to the Pair. Editob : Thinking your rea? tvonldllko to hear something relii from tin 1er Fair, 1 have t to write ?t fuM account of v?hn irds ing purchased our tickets, , , 1 mounted the.big train ..n on sur way. Having tal . . our attention was attrac by a crowd of fellows that were rann i the cars under the impress that they r.-ere compelled to t?cet every ear of the train. 1, at fit hi they were running the wh until Jini Jones told nie that tl were a lot of fellows that never get any but excursion trams asd had i yet learned how to behave. I j : thai 1 knew .lohn Ga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 October 1878

FARM AND FIRESIDE. llfalf* -en (he Ea?t of the Rtjcty Bonn ta lu. >-. w. m I Some four years ago, 1 determine?] to look up aud introduce here some kind af grass that would stand drought. For the tive previous years this region ba?! experienced an almost total loss of, or great annual damage to, all forage crops, b? reason of drought. I there fore 'aad up' on grass everything 1 could tin?! in my library, and by corres pondeuee 'posted' myself as well ??\i could. I came to the conclusion that oil thin-s c?sBsid?ered,the French Lucera introduced into California from Chill, and known aa Chili Clo?er, or better, bT Its single Spanish name of 'Alfalfa.' held out the best promise of being the gra-s I desired. I therefore onkered 100 lbs. ol seed from a dealer is Califor? nia. It cosl Is per poiiud in gold. The premium, ex change and freight made it cost here about SO cents per pound In cuirencj. The St. Louis se? dstor? - were, at the time, lending out small quantil seed by mail...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 30 October 1878

VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY OCTOBER, 30,1878. NO. i SUOIKDAOH HERALD I? PUBLISHED WIKKLI BY IHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO IbT" Subscription, |Two Dollar* year per payable ia advaace. If not paid in advance, Tw* Dollar? ? S Fifty (.'eats will ba cbarged. SU O'rnniBBlcBtton? of a private uat irs will be t?srgsal f.r sa a adverti?iug. Job l'rliitln?. All kind? oiYTo'.. Work done at alioit notice and at the most reaaonable rates. Profe**ional tJ?rdt. T G, WYNKOOP, A T T 0 U NE ? AT L A W, Offlcs on Main Street Opposite the Court House. "WOODS'l'Ol K, VA. ttX 11 r?c-t I ?-. : ill and tdjarsnt emit?, ?. a?T" special Bttentioo given to t! :laltnsand all logal b u f*pt. Mb?tf. Iium is M r. i -, s- - on 1*1 ?ad Saturday, before the I caca Bt*nth, at Dr. I. II J g st re. Motas Walton. M. L, Walton fJEfALTOa m ? Ml N. rf UNI-YS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. ?nr-HOSES WALTOS ? ?* CYun a* Of Pi i i and Circuit 'flirts ?f tht '? .!n Virginia. He It sr-ptred t i i irt?.? Tivin? ip*cial*tt?n A L1....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 30 October 1878

SHEXAI?DAOH HERALD I* P?BLIIHKT) WCF.BI.Y BY SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wcdncstiav Oct., 30. 1878. Let m sil foie ! This is the last issue of the Hkkai.d before election day, aud wc deem it not improper to say a word in explana tien of tht policy held by this paper during the canyaes. Editorially we have expressed no preference between the rival candidates for the reason that the proprietors of the paper, like other people had their respective personal preferences aud could humor such a privilege for ouee within their party. On the issues of the canvass the views of the iIerai.ii have been long Known and zealously urged on all proper occiuions. The views of the candidates after their four months of constant campaigning are equally as well under 6tood. Hence we did not feel called upon to become active parti.aus as journalists, contenting ourselves with the free exercise of the yoter's pr?t The only request we now have to make of our good pe.pie is logo to t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 30 October 1878

H EMNDOAH HERALD WOODSTCCK, VA.. W edit onlay Oct. 30th. ISTS. TOWN AND OO??NTY^ APPAIBS^ B. ft O. R. R. Time Table.?On and after Monda)- June lOtU, 1878. Trams will arrive and leave Woodstock as follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight ?Arrives A. M. *? Leaves *' 7.51 Way Freight, Arrives P. II. Leaves " 2.15 Passenger Train Arriv?e " 1.41 **? Leaves ?' 2.05 MOVING EAST. Way Freight Arrives A. M, .... Leaves " 11.29 Passenger Train Arrives P. M. 2.05 *?**? *' Leaves " 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 ached. ?SSSMM?--?-*--?-?*?-?*?'**??*??^^ VOTE TOUR SF.NTLMENTS Aiiii>B-*tT.?Mr. Samuel Bowdeu had the fore finger of his left hand cut oil. last Thursday. He was cleaning a wheat drill, at the time. - ??- ? The people in the neighborhood of Maurertown contributed eight barrels of flour tor the benefit of the yellow fever sutlerers. - ?? ??? m Episcopa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 30 October 1878

FARM AND FIRESIDE. mK^m?rm Tae Tlf la A|-rl<iilf are, The pig has recently been spoken ol in contempt when compared with our other domestic animals. But If we ex? amine his ?good qualities at all critically we must award him a high place in our agriculture. The American people are thought to consume more pork, bacon and ham per capita, than any other people. The products of the pig are a heuseheuld necessity, and enter into almost universal consumption. If we suppose 75 lbs. per capita to be used sy our people ef pig products, including lard, then our home consumption amounts to at least 3,000.000,000 pounds, worth 1150,000,900. The pig then holds a conspicuous place iu the food supply of the nation. But when we examine it as a factor iu our exports we lind it to stand at the head of all our domestic asiiuals. A few years a?? we did sot put up our hams and Won to suit Luglish taste, aud our average export of these articles amoun? ted in money to only 16,000,000 annually. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 6 November 1878

mxtk? avt j i VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER, 6,1878. NO. 5 SHENAHDAOH HERALD i* ruBLisaitr. wcaatr ar tHENANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO aST* Babserlption, Two Dollar? year per payable ia advsace. If not paid la advance, Twe Dollar? at Fifty Cents ?nil be charged. AD sinimuaic ?tiens of a private natura will be ?Barged for ?s a advsrtlaing. Job Printing? All klads of Job Work done at abort notice and a th? most reasonable rates. Frofitsional Gardt, \ G. WYNKOOP, A T T <> It X E V AT LA W. OfSe? ?n Main Street Oppotite the Couri Houte. WOODSTOCK, VA. Will practice in the court? of sben?ndoah ?nd ?djtcsnt i-,.untie?. tW" spoeisl sttention givou to the collection of ?lalm? and all legal business entrusted to his care. Sept. Sil?tf. WiLLBaia Mr. Jac?x?.is oat Tliurslsy, Friday ??1 Saturday, befors the -nd Tuesday of each aasnih, at ?>r. L II Jordan's Drus st,,re. Mots? W altos. M. L. Walton WALTON k WAI.Ti'N, ATTOUNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. IV...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 6 November 1878

SHEiNAlsDAOH HERALU IS PC2LISH?D WEEKLY ?T SHENANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO ?v - ?:Lr WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednesday Xot.. O . 1878 ELECTION RE1UMS OF Shenandoah County. l-'or Congress. PitECINCT? Strasburg.106 | 3 -oi.00 1 00 Mt. Olive.20 ! 00 Court House.2l?9 i 41 Teei's Tin Yard.22 00 Town Hall. 77 < 27 Dry Bun8. Ileus?.30 j 6 Hermen's Mill.26 \ 4 Eiliubui-g.I'm' i 2s Columbia Furnace. 4s ! o Mt. Jackson.112 ! 56 Cabin Hill.4 llu?,-. n's \ Roads.38 . 5 New Market.15*1 : 60 Foreetville.50 j is Total.1097 252 (-?CTcntli ( on^i'-.'s'sioniil Di*. triol. Harris about 000 majority. Staunton il 275, Paul 110. . Harris, 112 Paul, 9 t. Paul, 50 uiaj. . es Paul 262 maj. Harris, 30. nty products in Augusta give . majority. Albcrma ir Paul bv Aii i sing to press full re turne ?nal District :. llariis is cer? ?ible to give that it will and may reach Ltreiherslalaw. gratuitously a h ilf column - author is s? near governor, we cannot lent t entirely feigned, the ?i stinguishrog Exi cu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 6 November 1878

SIlFsXAXDOAiniEiiALP vv<>t>i)fsrrc*?ic. va. "iVcJ?i?"**; ??y Xov. ?. 1878. TOWN AND OO?T?TY AFFADIS^ i!. ? . Et. EL TIMM iah;.i:.?On .uni after M unlay June 10th, 1878. T.'.t.iis will arrive and leave Woodstock ewa : movim; v. '.? L;',; Arrives A. M. Leaves *' T.?l Wa?. Freight, Arrives i'. M. Leaves 2.15 ; ii,?hi Amy? 1.41 Leaves ?? 2.W? MOVING LAST. Arrives A. M, - Leave. ** 11.89 ; it: Arrives P, M. 2.05 ? 2.30 Arrives P. M. Leaves ?' 7.20 ? mi Mondays, Wed - ??-.. Satu**dayi only. All ?er cars at - imue? Hottel baa - irai ears of corn nieasur i i inches. If any far I can beat it, he will .'?men eart. im pion shot et ? tt-gafied :n theetmg . ..mi Warren, and ? ::n? aim.? , OUBtitS?-Albemi.rle, Gaochland, will I 1er John Paul, -? I ?une of the people? ? low how ?,rood a the Courier is. . - - ?r ma ie or lost. cd near Green . county, ?ho had| .: : . ,. mself, I - Irwin i r. about '.. - . i s s -..?ring ! ? _ Dr. G. W. * -1 ?j? discover - na* lighted...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 6 November 1878

FARM"AMD FIRESIDE. Causes why Beriet Become Bllne". A great many have noticed that among all domestic animals that thcborse is the one which sufl'ers the moat from ailments of the eye, and the one that gets blind most frequently. There are especially five causes of disease in tie eyes of horses. HIGH FODDER-BACKS. The first lies m the high fodder-racks. '1 tie se are in ail ordinary stalls so fastened above the cribs, that the ani? mal must pull the hay from the rack in a position which requin 8 its neck to be stretched out, and with its head and eyes turned upwards. Thus it ofttn Happen? thata beard of pain?which, as every oue knows, is armed with little hooks?drops into the eye of the animal and fastens itself in such a secure way, that all the water flowing from the lachrymal duct is notable to remove it. An inflammation of the eye sell in, often causing the loss of thai organ in consequerce of the false or even cruel treatment to which it is oiten subjected. AMMONIA IN STALL?. A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 November 1878

VOL. 59, WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER, 13,1878. NO. 6 SI1E2?-KDA0H HERALD Il FCBLItBID WBEKLT BY SHENANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO **r~s ab.erlption, 'Two Dollar, year per payable '? alvaaoe. If not paid la advance, Tw? Dollars O* Titty Ceuta ?rill ha charged. *h t'lmaaatcatlensot a pnvatu ?atura will be tat?"??* fer as a advertising. Job Printing. All kinds at Job Work done at thoit notice and the most reasonable rates. J^roftssiotutl Cardt. \ G. WYNKOOP, AT TO UNE Y 4T L A W, Office an Main Street Opposite Ihe Court House. WOO*D8T0t*v va. Wil practice in the court? of Sheuaiidoah ami a*;acant counties. OUr~ Special att.-titl tit ?riven to t!;e collection of rlaims and all legal business eut nisi ed to his car.-. Sept. 5?b?tf. Wiussi? Mr. lAOKaoa on Tbiirslty, Frid.iy tad Saturday, before the -lid Tlllat.lt. 1st Men ?enth, at Dr. L. H. Jordan's l?ruj - Hois? Waltos. M. L. Walton WALTON k W_LTOa, attoksey? at i. aw WOODSTOCK, VA. t^moaXSWAXTOS ?>? prai-ticesiutheCoun ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 November 1878

SHEXAEDAOIl HERALD i? *?rBt,i?iiEr? w?r.Ki,r bi SHENA.NDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO -Jfhe? i** ? -J.. .</,'? WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. aVC4lllOMl?-f >OT. 13. 187? "ELECTION RE1URNS or Shenandcah County. For Congress. Pbbciscts. ? ?, < < Stra?! uy*.IOC 3 Lebanon.24 1 Mt. Olive.20 00 Court lb;,- .'-' '?' .1 Peer's Tan Yard.22 00 Town Hall. " 27 Dry RunS. Houm.30 6 Il.rmaii's Mill.26 4 V iiibiny.IM 28 Columbia Furnace. 48 3 Mt. Jaik?Yi.112 Cabin Hill.i-"- 0 Hudson'-. X Roads.38 New Market.134 ' CO Fctrastvllle.5- 18 Total.....11-0 252 Tue Rctnlt. Tin given by the Xew Y '?' Xov. Hows: The return? of the clectil mem? bers of the next Home are no. Itotely certain in every partieular, but Ibey are for unr l retant purpat -. In the pi the Democrati bave 15C m Republicans have 13s. _-.-. _ . a major? ity . : At st the 10 member? i their numl From this fact it m di that they a - i the -unie ratio in N ? rs were to be ? m been made ihe* ity o? 40 Du*. lh ist...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 November 1878

SHEJN AflDOAH HM ALI* *.\ (>O0?^*l,CCK, VA. .Voil*:.>vl:.y Xov. 13. 187?. TOWN AND 00?NTY APFAIl-^ B. 4% 0. B, l?. Timm Taiu.k.?Oh nul a.o r Monday Juuc 10th, 1878. Trains will arrive and leave Woodstock as follwws : "?iiYIXl. WEST. rhrougk Frelghl Arrives A. M. . Leaves ?? 7.51 Way Freight, Arrives P. M. ... ..' ? Leaves ? 2.11 L-aAsengei Train Arrives ?? 1.41 Leave? ** 2.05 MOVIBQ EAtiT. Way Freight Arrive? A. M. Leave.- ?? 11.29 Passengci Train Arrives P. M. 2.05 Leaves ** 2.30 Through Freight P. M. .. ?.caves '? 7.2'.' Through freight tuna Mondays, Wed* iyi and Saturdays only. All freight trains have passenger cars at ached. AiiiiAxi? Ui'r.xix(i.? ii;..* cave Bear mmafmtj\J, SLAVQUTKR OK TUE IXSOCB?4JTS.? Mr. Harry S fifty rabbits last week. Pbalysed.?Mr. David Ross, rcaid .- paralyzed a few dayiayo. He is still in a critical condition. Kev. Tiies. M i - rwill preach in the ice, the 4ib ? loath, at 10* o'clock. ? A. M. Xhe new ' church in llar- j approachin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 November 1878

FARM AND FIRESIDE Caster Care. Four years aio. I learned a remedy for cancer, winch I haw never known to fall in effectin- ? cure. It came to my knowledge in this manner, A lady, at whose house I was stoppiu?, had a lister whose face was terribly disfigured, the nose being almost entirely jone. and the throat s0 ?Mh eate" awav "'V the girl could not spiak in away intelli? gible many hut ihose accustomed to her. Tiie >ores wti-e all healed, and had he? n for years, awl there was now no appearance of eruptions or any Othei Imparities uf the blood. Shu was sir disti-jund that it would almost havi sei med a mercy not to have saved her ?le, lut she was an example of what the medicine could effect While 1 was at tlii*? lady's house, I meta gentle? man ?'ho. I happened to know, hud leen afllicietl with a cancer, which had cuu-ed i'.m bittt'li anxiety. He had recently spt nt some time in New York under the treatment of a celebrated cancer doctor, but without obtaining relief. I I...

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