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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 25 December 1878

VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 25,1878. NO. 12 SHEKAK?AOH HER\Lli is ruauaiiD wexst.T by SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO ?VSbseriptiQO, Two Dollar* year per parable .aa*v??o*. If nit paid in advance, Two Dollars | ? ?* fifty Cent? ?ill be charged. A1? e mse??i:-ati >ns ot a private oatare will be cb?'??* for se s ?dv?rti?lug. Job Printing. AH kind? ?' Job Work doue st ?bet notice sud the mo, reesonsr.1? rate?. I'n.fi s/tio/Kit i un/* sIi?ks Walton. M. L. Wai.t.is \srALTOS k WALTON, >> ATT0UNE?8 AT LAW WOODeTUOK. va. IV 'BltltSSS WAiTOS ?ls<> laaetiees in the fouu ie? of P?ge, Warret. ?uo. KookiUKhat?. Baving qualified la the District and Circuit .'ourta d ttie t'uited Stale*,la Virginia. He is NessBfed to r.isecute claims in ?aid Court?.? Slelag special stteu na tu roe** in Bsukruftiy. B. C \L\.:\ T. .v. Mvr.arpr." s l.liK.N ?t M M'.RllDKH A'llOKNi.tS AT LAW, woopsro* K, MIEN VNIH) \ll IHlVNTi V \. April, s* -u l?\ M. WILLIAM.?. J J Wiiuwis. *V\1. 1. WIL...

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 December 1878

SHExVANDAOlI IIERILD IS IDIUHIti wacsLt ?V ?HCNANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. WediM-sihi, Dec. 25.1878 With this number, we exlen?! io our resders the compliments of ?the season. From the beginning <>f the year io the present, we have heard the continued cry ol hard time9. There lias been a great scarcity ol nioiuy, but an uuusual abundance of all kinds of food. We have received from the hands of a kiud Father in re than we deserved. Our crops have been unu-ually large. Oui fanners have an uiiusti.il abun 1 tn-.v of both Wheat and com. Meat ofall kinds is dud at very low prices. We have enough tuJ to ?pare, l.-t u< oe grate* ful for these blessings and ?Cel?brate the Christmas holidays with thankful hearts. Evtry one desire* to enjoy Christmas. The b'.st was to sujos it. is to make some ?Tiste happy. Parents, manifest your love to your children and sei k your Impptncs? In ?that of your own household, ll.-m.-mh-er those who may not be aide lo enjoy the bles...

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 December 1878

IIBMAM O.All HK?Al.i) WOOD-tl'tICK VA. IV etl ti it? lay Dee. 25. 1878. TOWN AND 00??NTY AFFAIRS. 11. ft 0. K. U. Timk Table.?Ou and alter Sunday Nov. 17th, 1S78. Train? will arrive and have Wood-slock as follow, : MOV1RO WKST. Throu^li Freight Arrives A. M. Leaves " 7.51 Wav Freight, Arrives P. M. Leaves " 2.15 Pass? ie_'cr Train Arrive? " 1.41 Leaves ?? 2.03 MOVING ?RART. Way Freight Arrive? A. M, ?Leave? " 11.39 Passenttei Train Arrives P. ?II, 2.05 ?? Leaves ?? -2.30 Through Freight Arrives P. M. 1.? aves " T.'J'.l The best Uling 10 pul in a youiiy. lady's stocking on Christinas eve is a pretty fiot. -ii i.v about - Inches deep. The i bell? jingle and tho youug peo? ple are having a lively time. -^0r? Ice.?A nun her of ourcithtens were QUin?? i!n ir ice? nu?ea yesterdav with ice, nearly live in? hi - thick. Miss Baily, a very interesting young It!, ol Pair? (? unty, was thrown frtim a, horse on Friday. I3lii i list, and serious? ly, ?I not tal all v. injured. The barn ?>i .Mi...

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 December 1878

SHEtfANMOIl llERUb is veBbisBBn wstatt bs SHCNANDOAH HEBALD PUBLISHING CO H -s ? -r < ?> s , WOODSTOCK. VIU1S ?i home an. ... . ?a.. irt-iv km wii an' ciieKday H*?" ?d. Tbej aie no ' - s; I ut ibelr nenie? l .h ihits nutiiilt?; ?firl, raie*??., and a * / C^*8 lUe co,"c ?bib- nainin-. ? *?*?%! Ilies? neje. i?d l'uli.-e la the *r$till\il rare of ?ur fiult irees. 1 uevei . sr ; n ?I.' home lot or boni? stead. Or t. :i re.-i.?eiice v.hieb has known the ce ofs century, but ! Gud eir tumble-down sud Somebody nst I :. Hiled .ait hub against ? ! l'iar. sud BOnocd a t ni j woui tl into ?ap wood and bark, or in ? me larv-S limb bas : long -tilmo leli | to rol. t, nnd host, and air. : ? at i n a le 1 . , ?>1 (be unsightly de lid down into th. j t-i.i k, j year, a cesaelee* com ?ion. : a red out great ' " iicr,? of - thorcagh. work O* ne to stay thi* wai THEIR Vil DSXPS1 SEES T* ILOXG LIFE. \ . .?? (lie Apple and the Pear, and i od of most fruit trees, are -?? ng tbal they keep up the ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 8 January 1879

SHENA?SDAOll H RMD i? ri)>.i - SHENANo.-IAH F' rtt 8bscii|tion. Two Ool p?jr?M* It, ?Srncp. If u?t ni 1 ? . ?M Fifty Cent? will Ip -a? Ah c mmunl-iM'-i* >' ? ''"'' '' at? a?111 ?? ? Job Printing;. All kind? a* lob W '?.-eau'? the ?>taa Mas, ' ' w i /',-.../ mov? ' Mtnsa.Wst.-ro?. M. !?? Wau-ro ALTON Si W.Vl.t'oN. '. VW WOOlRsrix'K. ? A. ;#"M.)sr.- A \i.?'? - ? ir- .t Pa,e, Warren. ?? Harta, itariSetl lu ?oiiri? .1 lie ? Uil I ? ire pared t ? ti.-iii? spi'i-Mi atteu a. 0. \LLKV A LLKN & I ATTOUM.i S AT 1 WOOlts i ? Sil EN \NIH1 \\\ COI S I \ . V April. .?-t? ItS, II. WILMA d?. m i. r. w ILLLVMs a , IV Arr?)ll\'E\*S AT LAW \\ eioi'M ?i k. \ l Piartlre In I "Sill, -. l.l. , II. ...... apactai ?tu i . ilatnis. 11 Il U1DDLEBEU0EU, ATTORNEY A WOODS rr Janaart. tai t l?. WYNK A f T O ,' .V E >' 4 7' /? -'. IF, Office on ?Rain Street Wool v V. wtipn ?Sjaoe: : .*"" -i -1*1 ?lis si. I ? Sept. Will. UK im Ii. ' sal B?tanla . ?noli, at In. I 11 ?p KOROK R ' ' ATTOUNhY \ ; LAV Sa...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 8 January 1879

Il FCSLI8HEO WICELT BT SHENANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK. VH?f.IMA. .VedncsiMv Jan. S.1S7Q ?Rti?i-tntion o. I ?ce -?.r. The ailuHcration of drinks o? all ku da as well as of some classe- of lood ha8 been practiced, in this couutry ibryeais. The o , o? r- ??i space- mil - ?could mnkt inouey by ?selling ground inu-i.au pep per, -Jb?) a*, a lower ?price tii.tn they could buy t!iu unground arti v -. A little c ir.i-iiieal iu ?mistard or burnt beans iu pepper, would injure I he quiui? ty of these article-. btU was in no ?way iktriniviiUil tOj i llthj laWsJl IR hi liquors Lave Lu u kgOIR lo ?akj viliaiiA;.-? CiiniioLii I of Mi.','hhki, .J'u-ii oil. I'il I'-itir Aj;. m. retail dealerAt? bo u-icl uy at a qeuu.i. ?known ?d* <1? ?people, killed thai maun rich. The - been urged that :r ) :-"^n cd. they should not tlrink ho.u ?r. 1 mat be wruii^ lotha.k liqu -r, but thi? fact does not j'i-iif, one ?nan iu ??? ing another because bi kibe ?- - to drink it. The man tat drinks liquor i? ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 8 January 1879

fSUENANOOAH IlERAl D WtMlDrtTOCK VA. ?Vc?1tit>adui Jan. S !$?9. TOWN AND OOUNTY ATFAIBS. IL* O.K. R. Time Table.?Uu | and after Sunday Nov. 17th, 1878. ? Trams will arrive and leave Woodstock as follows : MOVING \V!>T. Threugh Freight Arrives A. M. Leaves " 7.51 j Way Freight, Arrives F. M.j " " Leaves " "".la ' Passenger Train Arrive? " 1.41 ? M ?? Leaves -? 2.96\ MOVING EAST. Wav Freight Arrives A. M, .... Leave* " 11.S0] Passenger Train Arrives F. at, 2.?? ! ?? Leaves '? 8.80 Through Freight Arrives F. M. ', " Leaves. " 7-29 ! Attention is called to new railroad schedules, published iu thisis-me. Read advertisements of sales of property In this Issue. Examination.? An examination of teachers will be held at Edinburg on Saturday. January, 18th. at 10 A. If. Jno. II. Grabiix, . Aiii'KNLY at Law.?Mr. I Newman offen his professional serviras to cltlaensof this county,andguarantees '. prompt attention to the business ot h':s! clients. See card iu another column. At tb? residence...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 8 January 1879

FARM AND FIRESIDE. The Bete Silbar InOuitijr. For years i>a?t ???? have been direct ingiiiieiuioii t.. lb>aiu??ti?trv. and c?>n esTjIiaa Ihsl i in li ? s'ait of tilings could not continue to cx:?t which We have wiuitsstd in an i-iitcrprisi!)? country lik? litte? of sending sixty or SeVentv million* utd.-Mars abroad anuuall, f?>r a neect's-ary <)! lite ?v ncli. jutt/Jug from its Mieceshlul eatablia iiueut in other countries. CWUltl be I'blaiUi'd ?u almost tvirv state nt-air extended Union, ?e nave fn quenllj sdviead tanner* to try t! e culm all- ?H?1' lia? beet, U ?ail? upon Iba Miiaile-t scale, ?o that ?vht-n llie lime ?irr.v..?. as we were everconfident It suri ly w?iu'il, fur ?i demand for the lui for the manu of puoar. it ? 1 be readily eiiil'iatil by our ar*ri cuHurU'.a t.> furnish prumv'.y the ? raw matt rail. ??!iii>t :n the meantime their tropa woul?! pav ?ill as fooil lor slock. Thai time has ua.r arrived?at least, in one Hau-, lliai of Maine, the last, ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 15 January 1879

duelen VOL. 59. ; WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15,1879. NO 15. SHEKANDAOll HER\LL ti ro?M?Hip wuiu m ?HENANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING C ii*?~8bi?ript.0D, Two Dollars year per payable ?n ?It iMc?. H rnt r>al I iu advance, Two Dallai. ??d Fifty Cent? will bo charged. *'? c minuuiati i us ot a private nature will b oba*g*4 for a? a advertising Job Printing. AU htn?V ?' Job Work done at short notice t? the most reasonable rates. J'rofessionnl < urth. atoaK? Wablua. M. L. .?al-i. W ALTOS A WALToN, ATIOUXEYS AT LAW A'OOMTUCK, VA. ??"MOSES W M.TON also practices in the Coun .if? ni Paye, Warrei; aut RoCartnghaui. Havmg iiiialifttsl iu the District and Circuit Courts it the United Staus.iu Virginia. Ht U jreparcd to .1 ?acute claims iu aaid Ccnrta. 3iv?u??peci?latteu o'ito cases iu bankruptcy. a!. C. Vt-tiS. F. .V. MAGllfl.t 4 llkx ? m \r.ur dlk. ATTOKM.YS AT LAW, WOODSTOi K, SMKNANOUAl. COi'NTY, Va April, 2-c-tf I43.lt. Wll.l.lAM?. J. J WlLUttlN \VM. 1. Wll.1.1AM: ltrrLLlAMsx BBOTH...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 15 January 1879

UMf ! - HBSSai ntmrnm- -.a, V,- ? -? - ?fl.EXANDAO?lllKRU.L? I* rO*LISHSl> ?HUT ?T AM HCKALB PUBLISHING C <s ?, ' - ?asa: ?eta *a? fat ? s* . v?Ja> * W??IKPHiK. VIRGINIA. WcdiiosiditT Jim. 1?.. I87Q Tue Hetreli LI? tor Law. An effort ha* been mil t? show that the MOBOUUqnor law L* not ad? vantageous to the State. The r port o? |h*> Auditor however aliow* that it has ba.i the eil'ect to increas ? the revenue ovar 1100.000. Thai Um state reo Ived all ?hat was du." from this source, n? one believes. It would be very coward? ly policy on the p irt of the Legislature tor-peai tl.e law because the State hit? been, ti) ?orne section? defr.iu led ofi: tnfeatte. Better make tho law effec? tue. As long aw we have liquor-aell in; let it ptv its just ?'; . ;? v - nue. (very oilier interest in the Stale i? heavily 11s- 1 to keep up this iraflk. Let Uta tr.ifhV be taxed a suffi,i ut aiDMuntto. at least, pt> the co?>ta re? sulting (Vom its sale. It can bear the Ux. When il Is udi...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 15 January 1879

SIIKNANHOAU IIKKAI.D woo i>?* roete va. Wednesday Jan. 13 1879. TOW? AND 00UI?TI AFTAISS. B. A, 0, R. R. Time Table.?On ! and after Sunday Nov. 17th, 1878. Trams will arr.ve ami leave Woodstock i as follows : MOVINd WEST. Through Freight Arrives A. M. Feaves ?* 7.51 Way Freight, Arrivel I1. N. Feaves " 2.15 ftwaettS-arTrato Amu-? ?? 1,41 ?? " Loaves '? 2.661 MOVtRO EAST. Way Freight Arrives A. M, Leave? ?? 11.2? I Fassender Train Arrive, l\ M. 2.05 ! " Feaves " 2.611 TI:rouo-li Freight Arrives F. M.I Leaves ?? 7.2'J i Ct'i'NTV Court.?In spite of the! roogh weather quite a large crowd of, pe<?n!e were in town la?t Monday, ExAMtNATK.N. ? An examination of teachers will be held at Edinborg on >atui(la>, Januaiy. 18th. at H? A. M. J?0. II. (JHABILL, i The ice ou theriv ?r passed down v rj quiellj la?l week. No injury was doue to the mill ilanis. We are ?till waiting, lor that load of wo ' ! thai you promised? We will be entire!- oat bv Saturday, but we know | that v<>u...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 15 January 1879

FARM AND FIRESIDE. Rur I Topics, I will lay down af.'v r les fur suc? cessful tanniiiu* is 1. Haw- order in I - do. having in your mind in what trop-. }.>u a; and proviilij Hit- Seed, ?.o tl.it ?xvur when thu tun und phvnti g, Y ?atitnnte : tli.it you . - no case shall that has airea ; . !. un bee* Mat it. c. o lialf of y..... - kud i?f ?'. r employ ton niati; a l"\ ? mm. i -; werk b\ il tj'i Dtl I ..'.. Lut u man i? i: ? . a I'?'; . ? attend* to i i? aim?, that : Lavi km r. i s t I : ; ruiiu, I ivll i ?tu i . t. 'Iool' 1 tHlk.l- . lis? be wai 3. Woik * key that u. i I if.?] et?M : them while m n ii:- J . U ??? hit! gains' g corn ?t.d ' i ?... - II as? A) jar ..a ' i; si Uik. ?. 11 a ha? lilil? ? :? lelaliug tin t.t.u lii.l : u> i aiull. Nu. .. i. 4 r :lni ?u in ill i nd, S Li . |lt : 'i w i i k. ? kilt n i n I Unit ? 4. Don'i s;... d uiiin t< iii.ii.i lliat J ?.in li ] 111 .' n 3 ii.11 i o .i hlrei ? tact is, la *>ul ? on ni . t!.i in - tain, - work, toucan :. menl till...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 22 January 1879

at tea. VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA.? WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22,187& h'-rffr-irfur; *J i* ?rett^ffrtlT?P!Jt5Iff!8-7,rlT^n{,i ?kaldtflsi nomdo'i SHEI\AN1)A0I?HER\LD t? eoBLtsnr.1) wr.it kl y bt 8HENAN0OAH HERALD PUR) lauiNO co iiwabserli.tieii, Two I'oliar? year par payable *na4vi>iee. If not pal 1 tn advance, Tw* D?ll?rs B* Fifty Cents trill be charge?!. A'i o ramuni-atiiusot a private aatar* wt? he e'ja'fc-ed for ?h a advertising. Job Priming. All kind? ?' Job Work done at short notice tad ta* most reasonable rate?. Proftssioatil C'ard*. Mo?!.- WlLIUN. M. L. V. altos. \}Ji.L10? k WALTo: ATTORXKYS AT I.AW WOODSTOCK, VA. ,. * '.OtsBS WAI.TOM ?!?o practices tn the Toan Page, Warreu ?ni UockingbaiH. rilSSeUgeti .iiialiried iu the District and Circuit 4i .? il tue United sutes, in Virginia. He is trepares! to mtteente claims In ?aid Courts.? Sivni? special atteuni'i to ca??-siu Bankruptcy. a. C. ALLES. r. i*. Maorcdbb ? IAA.S J. MM'.ulDKU. attoi..n..ys at law, WOODSTOl K, BHKNANDUAH COVNT...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 22 January 1879

iaiNDAOH HERALD ta published wei.-?Lr BI SKIN/iND?AH HERALD PUBUSHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. ?VctiiiesdnT Jan. 22. 1879 Peculiarities or Honesty. dcrbilt is just discovered and con? victed of defrauding the revenues ef New York. Some thirty or more of the immeuse I mon ofi?altiniorc hayo . :i caught doing the same thing in that city. The Irish American Cititen this week i the proprietor of the Baltini .' 6 who reports his office ..at only $.30.000 l'or taxa? . o? hi* taxable values at ': iluon, when he is notorious? ly worth .S to IU millions. astonishing how contagious cpi rl rae among the iu in Slatiiitou, (icncal ral other fuudcra went into Judge Smith'* court tobe relieved against tl O pay nient of taxes on trust . ., on the ground that I iriea d*, oraboald,pay tax ou : bta, &C. The Judge and />'-iccthntly threw ?finio a legislative attitude and ol a law ol 27 year? : - Angosta county ?hi ::.iJ. lh:. d baa disenmad that t! " y-<.I ky tax isant of uuirami i lions and m...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 22 January 1879

THE SHENANOOAH HERALD WOO D8TOCK VA. Wedne??laj Jan. 23 1879. TOWN AHD OOTJHTY ATTAIBS. ~B. & O. B. It. Time Table.?On and after Sunday Nov. 17th, 1878. Trains will arrive and leave Woodstock as follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Arrives A. M. "? ?- Leaves " 7.51 Way Freight, Arrives P. M. ?' m Lcavea " 2.15 Passetiger Train Amy? M 1.41 -* ?? Leaves M 2.05 MOVING EAST. Way Freight Arrives A. M, .... m m Leaves M 11.29 Passenger Train Arrives P. If. 2.05 " " Leaves " 2.30 Through Freight Arrives P. M. -, " Leaves M 7.29 Theuew road from Harrisburg to Peudleton is nearly completed. A f?'" days ago John lites and Chas, Gl'tdden killed a large bear in the rocks a few miles beyond Bawlev .'?priugs. Over a mil?- of track ou the Shenan? donh Valley railroad ha? been laid withiu Clarke county. The sidewalks of Woodatock arc a dNjiace to the civilization of the age. Improvement will be mule after a while. Lauge Hog.--Our citizens are now Irtginniug to kill their large hogs. Mr. Willi...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 22 January 1879

* Jill - FARM AND F1RESIDI. ? Icneflf? Pf Kichangia,' Scttlt. It ia a common belief atuang farmers and gardener?, am' UM sometimes ad? vocated by agricultural writers, t'ai crops are improved and varieties o grain, potatoes and garden vegetables prevented fr??m "ruuninu; aut,' by oc? casionally procuring seed from a dis? tant locality, even though it be not ant better adapted for the growth and de Veloptnent ai the particular crop than the one where the need is to be town. 1 bave never seen or heard any satisfac? tory reason for this belief. and from loux experience ami observation, I an prepared to sav it ia contrary to tb. majority of facts and to the teachings ot science, and is often detritnetital to HMM who practice it. Seed?meii of the larrett experienec lell us that where the ?oil and climati are suited to ant kind of vigi-table, and sufficient eare is bestowed am its cultute. and admixture of varieties is guarded against, the fullest perfection is main tamed, and improvurm u...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 January 1879

.. VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29,1879. NO 17. SHENANDOAH HERALD It ?tJBLUHED WKZKLT BT SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO at? a>***tpti*n, Two Dollar? rear per payable ha advaace. If not paid iu advance, Two Dollars ad Fifty Canta will be cbargod. A?) ?omraiinicaUon* o? a privat* n?tur* will be ?harsM for a? ? advertising. Job Printing.' All kind? *t Job Work done at short notice and th* moat reasonable rate?. Professional (Janls. Afosas Waltom. M. L. Walton WALTON k WALTON, ATTOBNEY8 AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. t-fMOSHS WALTON ?l?o practices in the Conn tie* of Page, Warren ana Kockinghau?. Haviug qualified in the District and Circuit Courts tf the United States, in Virginia. He ia ???pared to prosecute claims iu ?aid Court?.? Siving ?pecialattention to ca?o?iu Bankruptcy. H. C. AIMS r. .v. MasnriiKK A LLEN ft MAORUDKR, ATTOKNIA'S AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, SHENANDOAH COUNTY, VA. April, ?-tf IAS. H. WILLIAMS, J. J Wll.UAMS, WM. T. WILLIAMS ?' II.LIAMS* BROTHER ATTORNEYS AT LAW W...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 January 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD IS FCBLISHIU WEKKLY B\ SHENANDOAH HCRALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wediie?-IitT Inn. 2.? IS79 ???*? ? "" *??-?-?-**?*--?? licm the Capitel. THE MOFEETT BEI I. PUNCH. Mr. Fra/ier offered the following resc lution : "That a committee of seve membcis be appointed with power t seud for pcnoniand papers?to inqnlr what members of the General Assembl; are pecuniarily interested in the Moffel bell-punch, and what s?akersand clerk of the Government (if any) have alik interest.'' Mr. FraxieJ said that the object ot th resolution was to ascertain who ar personally interested in the futur (pecuniary ) incci ?? of the Moffett bell punch, that no undue weight may b given to what sich members or officer may say in behalf oltbis mode of tax atioo. Many members upon this iloo are undecided as to till proper course t pursue when this subject comes befor the House for its action, and for ouc h would like to know when a membe takes the floor whether he is speakin; in the inte...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 January 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD woonwi <><. iv va. WeducsdajZJuu. SO 1879. TOWN AND COUNTY ATFAISS. B. ft O.BL R. Ti.MK. Taui.1-:.?On ami aft? Boadav Sfov. 17th, 1878. Trains will arrive ami leave Woodstock as follows : M.iviNci wan. Through Freight Arrivas A. M. .... ?- ?? Leave? " 7.51 Way Freight, Arrive? P. M. ?? '? Leaves " -.1 Bmeagoc Tmlu Amy? " 1.41 Laavss " 2.8 MiiVlNCi 1.A-I. Wftf Freight Arrives A. M, - " - Liaves " UJ Passenger Train Arrives P.M. -.""? " " Leaves Ttaoqsjh Freight Arrives P. M. Leaves . Holler killed a hog laal Monday that weighed 700 pounds. The dlpsheria Is prevailing iu Powell's Fort, A number of cases has-s been rcportoi, The (allow that aaitl lie saw a young man with two Leads on his should? i was not believed until he explained, bj saying that one of them was the I a young lady. Winchester bas a i Siaiiiilon, 1)281,1)34,38, and Woi S.?O.uo. Wheu that tlvbt is paid our town council trill co beider the propnei) of paving the side-walks. Wereturu tl.ank? t*...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 January 1879

FARM AND FIRESIDE. Fr*in tb* American Fanner, (Df-tober Edition, 181?. Prize Essay OB* THE Hrnovalion or Worn Out Lastti BY EDtVABD STABLER, SANDY SPRING, MONTGOMERY|co.*MD. In submitting the following" Essay upon the "'Renovation of Worn-out Lancls," it is deemed*proper to state, that'the writer 'understand? the main object in view of the editor of the Araer can Farmer, to he. the eliciting of'such in.'.:miroii as is'est adapted to the wants ot the great majority ol farmers; those who are dependent on the^ pro? duct of the soil for a support, and whose resources are comparatively limited; for nlihougli it may bo equally desirable to those with more ample means, to im? prove their lands at least expense of time and money, yet the number of such is comparatively small; and it is not perceived why the same plan may not suit both; Vie one who "lives by the s ?'cat of Ins brow' improves his ten ?ere?, while he with the ""plethoric purse" may in the ?ame?time enrich his hundred acres. Wi...

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