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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 February 1878

VOL. 58. WOODSTOCK, YA?, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY, 13 1878. NO. 19 SlIEN ANDOAH HERALD IS ?OBUBHE? WEEKLY BT SHENANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO taT" Sub-tcri itio.i. Two Dollar? per yearpayable m s lvi ice. If not pal 1 tu a lvaucc, Two Dollar? and ifty t'eut? will bo chargti*. tile -n niui'iti > us of ? privat.? latiiv will be chirked for a? a advefsiuu. Job .?riiiiiiifc. All kiniN of lob Work d'lie at ?ho t dot ice and the most reasonable raie-. I*';*?/" taiomtl ' i'i?/a. A. G. iv\xkooi\ A T T O 1? N E V A T L A W, -ffi:e 01? Main Street Opposite the Court Hou.c. WOOl is. It'l K, VA. Wl 1 ktfacasss iu tue coins ol hkMnaudoah and adjacent c- i?' fir" . p-cie . l'on o? elm u? aud a csal ;? ? I to his csre.. ah -tf. tth.1. !'.? IN I .. ! IX MOU oil. t' 4th ?.y? ol every month. At Dr. I. 11. Jordan' Drila Move. M . - w M. I.. Wo i. \V 'N V '' \l i IHNEYS \r LAI? IVOOIIMIM'K. VA. - i' IUO Warm, an i Ro, kitinbara. m [ latined iu Hie 'uiU'.l stati lie i? prepared to ? - <nte -lab - II. 1....

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 February 1878

SHENAiMDOAH HBRALP ia rraitaasn waarcLT ?* SHENANDOAH HE RAL O PU0LMMINO CO WOODSTOCK, VIKGLNIA. Wedne-aday Feb. The Houae of Delegates of Virginia on Saturday passed the bill known as the Barbour bill, as preliminary to a ! readjustment of the public debt, by a! vote of 71 to 40. This bill provides for ? m assessment of 50 cents on the huu? i died dollars worth of taxable property to be distributed as follows : Twenty- i live cents for the support of State gov-: erumeiit, ten cents for public free shool i purposes and fifteen cents for interest I on the public debt. The twenty-five ! emits and tuu cents are to be paid in , currency, thus preventing the payment j of taxes in coupons, and save us harm? ' lesa against recurrences of yearly bank- ! vuptcy, such as lias dunned the Slate ! this winter. As it was with the funding bill so [ with this in one noticeable particular ; The cheap radicals were all on the side of the money. And as the funding bill was passed, so this may yet be d...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 February 1878

SHEXAXDOAH HERALD woodntook va.? W-edneaday Fob. 13? 1878 TOWN AND OO??rfTY AfTAIBS. bTI O.K. U.Ti.me TAi.nn.?On and after Sunday Nov. 18th 1877 train? will arrive and have Woodstock as follow s : wnmotM BovxD. Ficignt train leavi-8 ?. M. 9.21 I'.tssenger ?? " P. M. 1.41 freight " *' P. M. 2.39 EASTERN BODstD. freight tra.n leaves A.M. 10.18! i??ae)ca**ar " srrivts P. Il, 1.251 " leave? P. II. l.SOj .eignt " leaves P. >fc 9.06 Freight trains taring at ApT?- 9.21 h-id P. M. 9.06 respectively ruu on Sunday?, Mondays, Tuesdays. Thurs days and Saturdays only. All other trains daily except Sunday?. All regular trains have passenger cars attached. 1'? tiiion lias iMtt-n liicd lor a change of the election precinct at Pear's lan? yard to the "School House." - ? ??? m - Rev. J. II, Mason ol the Protestant Episcopal church will preach in the Presbyterian church on Friday night Februar) 15th 1 - The law forbids the killiugof partri? dges, pheasants aud wild turkeys from j the 1st of Feburar...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 February 1878

FARM AND FIRESIDE. Lite ?? Wlntlew riant?. WILLIAM FALCONER. Green Flies are extremely trouble? some to most seft-wootled plants, as Pelargoniums, Pinks, Primroses. Helio? tropes, ami the like, as well as to the young and growing points aud flower buds, of Ri'ses, Bouvardics. Fuchsias, ?xcand how to cfl'ectually rid ourselves of this pest, is a desideratum. I commend simplicity and energetic ap? plication?washing with soap and water and a spougc. Gardeners fumigate their grccu-house with tobacco trash to kill grccn-flv. and amateurs sometimes to? it too, and scorch their plants ; hence I advise ladies and others having a few window plants, not to fumigate them. Neither use whale-oil soap nor any oth? er preparation whatever, because it will do little or no good lut perhaps, much evil, lake the lly-in-fested plant to the sink, lay it on its side, so that the pot may rest on the wood-work and the crops or plant be over the sink ; then place a basin of clean water softened by common so...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 February 1878

VOL. 58. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY, 20 1878. NO. 20 8HENAXD0AH HERALD t? poblishxp waaaLT by SHaXANOMH HERALD PUBLISHING CO ty-)?b?ri;jtna. Tfi lollare per yeerpayable m alv* ice. If ?! .t pat* ,11 . Krauoe, Two Dollars aua iltyCc.t? will be cUaivvii. All c >mrnj.ui-?ti >u? nf a privet.?-i?.t.ire will bo cbrrgei'i tu a. a advertising. Job Printing All kind? of Job ?York ?lone at ?ho I notice and the most reasonable rate?. I'r?f S?iOHUl * thd?. 4 (;. WYNKOOP. * A T T O II N E Y AT LA Wy Ht:? un Main Stre-t Opposite the Court Hou?? WiHIUSTticK, VA. W i I practice m the curt? of -beuandoah ?.-?I adjacent counties. Uf~ ?pe?a?J atleuti.., given to the col'ectiou of clai?a? and a'. egal buaiiiea? entrusted lu nia care. Nspt. jib- tl. wini.ua in >It. Ucksun on the in d 3d and lth day? of ever? tnouvh. At Dr. L. U J'idiu' ?Jrnw .Store. at >-?? WcLtoM. H. L. Walton \\T ALTON A WALT? IS, ATTOItNKYS AT LAW WOODSI'UIK. VA. IJr'MtlSHS vVALTOS al?o i.ractiee?in the ?'?.in., ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 February 1878

SHENANDOAH HERALD It tOBLlBBBD WBBBLT BT SHENANDOAH, HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. VVfMlneettluy. Feb. ?0 1878. ?W??!???*?", I SSE~-^m*ffmmmSrmm> it It *?ai ra the Beglnnhtc, h eos a ad ever ?nal! le. Reticence and doubting constitute no small part of the so-called wisdom ol the ?world. There are a few of the greatest men In every community who never allow themselves to believe with the majority on auy political question, because it is wise iu their judgment, atu! aristocratie too, to be in the minority. It was so in the country and days ot the Guelphs and Ghibellines. It was so during the great contest for sovereignty between the Stuarts and the long Parlia? ment. It was so m this country in the great struggle between monarchists and republicuns ; and especially was this the case when Hamilton and Jefferson were fighting over the rival schemes e-f finance aad money after ihe close of the war for American Independence. The stu deut of our century is struck with amaze?...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 February 1878

SHENANDOAH HBRALD WOUUHTUCK Vah... We4weads?j Feb. 30.187? TOWI AID OOTjTfTY A?TAIIL8, B. * O. R. R. Time Talbe.?On and after Suuday Nov. ISth 1877 traius will arrive aud leave Woodstock as follows : WESTERN BOl'ND. Fieignt traiu leaves A. M. 9.21 Passenger " " P. M. 1.41 Freight " " P. M. 2.39 EASTERN BOl'ND. tVe'.ght train leaves A.M. 10.18 i auMaeager ''??crives P.M. 1.20 "?f^arm P. M. 1.50 .etgtit " leav-as P. M. 9.06 Freight trains leaving at A. M. 9.21 and P. M. 9.06 respectively run on Suntlays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Thurs day? and Sutardays only. All other trains dally except Sundays. All regular trains have passenger cars attached. New Advertisements.??Chesa? peake and Ohio Railroad. Shenaadoah County Bank Stock for sale. Comr's Notice to Abraham Hisey Ac. Comr's Notice to Wm. Borden, lii'u Ac. Comr's Notice to Moses Walton, admr. Ac. Clough A Warren Orgaus, J. N. Brenaman. Agent. Whooping Coi*oh.?In Strasburg, the whooping cou?h is prevailing. Measles.?The measles arc pre? va...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 February 1878

FARM AND FIRESIDE. Watering ?tees. T. B. MIXKK. The question in repart? to cxtraetii-,. the honey trota the central combs of hives in the fall, to allow the li?es warmer cli-stcriii* room, i? bi-in,- <lis cu-se-il in Ihe papers so ne what. Mr. L. C. Soot, in opposin?- an arlvoeate ol the negative side of the question in the County Gentleman, says : "When the cluster is form ?<! in eoli'l ?feather, a bee occupies each cell within the given spi e. 111 ik n_' the entire body of bees even sm ill r tiran if the tombs ?lid not pa??* thro i?'i the cluster.*' Fr.in which he argu -s that there *>li.?u!d beim hoii.-v 1 ? th?- com*1?? w ..re the b-es c!n>t- r. a i 1 a?11-: "Ii t.i?-y Ait', obliged to cius t ? - bet .wen i-oni'i- ill d with h< ii.-v. in vay void Wrath r, th?-y ?fill be .-?ure to b 0 i;i I .'r i-'-a. I have noticed bins SO t'roz -n in s v- ill hives Hin present in "nth. even bei! >! i weatl - er." There imi-t be something wrmip", 1 think, bs->idv-a lia vin-'...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 February 1878

?tttfarft mi..?i i tar .VOL. 58. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY, 27 1878. NO. 21 SHENANDOAH HERALD IB ?CBMSHBB WBBBLT Bl SHCNANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO SS*" Su??c?ipti*B, Two Dollar? par yearpayabla in advano*. If not paid la advanc*, Two Dollar? and lit y Out* wi'l b* chargad. All communication? of a privat? nature will b* I barged for ae a advert lain?. Job Printing. Alt kind* of Job Work don* at ahort notice and tba moat reaaonabls ratea. Professional Cants. A 8. WYXKOOP, ATTORXEY AT L A W, OwUb *a Maia Str**t OapMite ta* C*.rt Hooss. WOODi-rrOCK, VA. Will practica la tba coarta uf Sbrnandoaii aud adjacent countl**. ttr- Special attention given to ths collection of claim* and alt lsgal buaiusaa entr-oated to bis care. jf^ttm? St. Wiu. as fit ?It. Jacaaogj cm the 2nd, 3rd and 4th daya of ?vary month. At Dr. L H. Jordan'? Drug Store. ?foiai WaXIOB. H. I.. WalTON W ALTOS 4 WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK. VA. gSrilOSKS WALTON also practie?? in the Couu tlss of Page, Warrer....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 February 1878

SUENANDOAH HERALD is rcsLitatp wKKKLX at SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednc-adftj. Feb 87 1878. The Preservation or Ike rabile Credit Is the title of a handsomely gotten up pamphlet now bciug circulated with the "compliments" of certain to called houest gentry of the general a??sembly. A glance satisfies any one that it is a jobber's or agent's document. It is printed on good book paper, with glazed backs and abounds with non-pariel type notes. It is headed on each page Senate Doc. Number XXIV, which would justify the conclusion that the body of of the pamphlet was printed at the ex? pense of the State treasury, and only the pretty backs paid for by somebody else. The whole is a 30 page report of Bradley T. Johnson, who subscribes himself ''Senator from the City ol Richmond," on the "Public Debt of Virginia. Wc read the Doc. No. XXIV, all the j time wondering who paid for its priut ug. The proper cwmmittco of the House reported the debt with the ap? proval of...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 February 1878

SHEiVANDOAH HERALD WOODHTOCK VA., H evd ii? ail h/ Ftb. 87, 1878 TOWN A5D 00??1?TY ATTAIB8. B. & ?. K. K. i ime Talbe.?Ou aud afhr.Suiida\ .Nov. 18th 1877 trains will arrive aud leave VVoudttock as follows: WESTERN BOUND. a Ft eight .train leaves A. M. 9.21 P. M. 1.41 P.M. 2.39 ?TERN BOf.M'. r'reiglit Irain leave? A. M. 10.18 i -.*s..**ger ,l arrives P. M. 1.25 " lt*avea , P. M. 1.50 .?t-j-nt *4 lcav-u P. M. 9.0o Freight trains l^aviuj* at A. il. 9.21 and P. .M. 9.06 ratpacllvel-, run on Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Tliur?. days ?*u?l Saturdays only. All oilier trains daily exct-pl ?juudays. All regular trains have passenger! attached. ilhASLi.*.- i.ie puolic SCUUol at U.iK Shade, near New Market depot, was suspended last Week oU account of the prevalence of measlot. (?KEATE Concerte.-The grcatc concerto of ye Oldt'olkes lor the bene lit of the Y. SI. C. A. ami the Military Company, will be continued to night. Al'l TliENT.? Willie, little SOU Of Ju????. 11. C. Allen, was ruu over...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 February 1878

FARM ANB FIRESIDE. ??ses roBHry Pa*/.. So. t. BY HENRY UAL?S. After considering the number of fowls that can be kept on a given space, it is scarcely necessary to remark that to keep the birds in good health, food, ? leeuliness, and care, must be more liberal in proportion to the extent of any encroachment made on the required space. The next question thai comes up is, "Ifa person wants to keeps large number, how can it be done with prolit '. " By building mor? houses, which should be detached, and large yards that will keep in grass ; but under no circumstances whatever, should more than one hundred birds be kept in one yard. Each ef auch yards should con? tain cot less than half an sere to an acre. Yards of this kind can be multiplied indefinitely it properly kept. This uecessity for keeping only one hundred fowls, at most, together in one building and yard, seems to be a great stumbling-block 10 inexperienced poul? try keepers. They will disregard this rule, in spite of the warni...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 6 March 1878

VOL. 58. W iODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH, 6 1878. NO. 22 SHKNANDOAH HERALD IS POUUHIB WCEKLT ?1 SHENANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO If I ijifri.iiiu'i, T*i lollars par ye*-1 ? >:i a l.-i i.v?. If 11 .t ml iu ilv4i\\ r*. Dollars ? Uil :!!.. '.Je H?"d. lllf u n lu; ?. i ? js Ol a pri*aU MllN ?Till bo ?kMRMfct ?? ? advertising. Jal? Printing. All kind? if Job Work done at alio t uotice awl Ik* m..ut nasonable raten. . .-// WflMM! ? tint?. \ (,. WYNKOOP, A T T 0 B A' g F A T L A n\ Mce ?n Main Streit Opposite the Court House. WQOMIOCK, va. Wi 1 pNetan iu the courts of ??heuaudoah ?'id adjacent coiuties. ;ir rip?ete! attention given M the collection of clstroH sod a legal business eutrustt'd to hi* care. ?apt, vh-tf. Will Bats Mr. Ucks is on the 2nd. 3rd aud ?th days of every month. At Dr. L. H. Jordan's I>r:'.? Store. M MM WiL.ii?. U. L. Waltos I \VT \LTON Jt WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT- LAW WOOPM'OCK, VA. ?VMOUi ?ALT" >N also practices in the Conn? ues of l'age, Warrer. auo BocktaghaM....

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 6 March 1878

SHKNANDOAH HERALD IS PCBUSHED WEEKLY EY SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGIN : ?Vciiucsilu j. Mnrcli ? 1878. The Vele. Governor Holiday's veto of the bill for a readjustment of the State debt has disappointed almost every man iu this Community. They arc not disappoint? ed in the views of tlie man, but in the breach ol plighted failli ami disregard of written aud spoken pledges. n hen Col. Holliday was a seeker ot the office he sent abroad a circular letter on the public debt, in which beJput him" self ou both silks of the Question - making but two distinct avowals. Oue of thase was Opposition to increase ol taxation, and the other that the issue "btlouyspro].a .'?, not to tit exucutire." The next step was a I from one ol his persona! organs ri presenting itself to have ascertained Col. Holiday's views, giving, among oilier things, the following : '?The governor l.a? the rato i .'?,.: I Holliday will not exercise :: ? to the will ot ibe people, ?bonld they throe. repr?se...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 6 March 1878

SHFaXANDOAH HERALD WOODSTOCK VA., ft ?MlueatlHy March 6 1878 TOWN AND 0017NTY ATFAIBS. B. & O. R. K. Time Talbe.?Ou sud after Sunday Xov. 18th 1877 trains will arrive and leave Wooilstock as follows : srasrruH notxi). Freignt train leaves A. M. 'J.21 r\siasasjw ?? M P, M. 1.41 Freight M M P.M. 2.30 EASTERN KOl'ND. frsSfhl traiu leaves A. M- 10.18 fcat^' arrives P. M. 1.2:> fl h' leaves P. M. 1.50 , kg^gW- loaves P. M. 0.06 Freight trains leaving at A. M.'.*.21 ??rvel P. M. y.06 reapcctively run on Sunday?, Mondays, Tuesdays. Thurs days and Saturdays only. All other trains daily except Suuduys. All regular trains have passenger cars attached. Cocrt Day.?Couuty Court will be held next Monday. Business of im? portance will be transacted. To J. A. M.?Money sent by Mr. C. ??"). was received and receipt was for? warded to you. Wheat.?The appearance of the wheat continues to improve. Mr. Jacob Roseuberger.near Hamburg has a field, which is hard to beat. New Cu rue ii.?The members of...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 6 March 1878

[FARM AND FIRESIDE. Olnsn stock Farm Paprn. JOHN DIMON*. No. 1.?Ayrshire Cattle. Iu choosing for my subject Ayrshire?, I feel that I am treating a subject uot as well uuderstood by the average tarmer and dairyman as it should be. Having myself, tor upwards of fifteen years, been a breeder and dealer of this most useful animal in the dairy, and having made '.hem a special study, owned and bred as handsoiue'nnimals as I cver?aw a .y where,I think I >heuldundtr-tandmy bubjcet. Presuming this to be the case, I will give the reader? of the Rural my idea of A MODEL AYRSHIRE COW. She should be ol medium size, weigh? ing, iu oood milking condition, not to exceed 1.090 lbs., or less than 700 lbs., i l.ve weight?about 800 lbs. I prefer. She should be dark teil and white, brown and white, or brindle aud white in color, having more of the dark color than of the white. I pit fer her to be two-thirds red-brown or bnndle to otie third white. She slioiild be beau'.iful spotted or rnottkd. aud pr...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 March 1878

"5 VOL. 58. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH, 13 1878. NO. n SHKNANDOAH HERALD IS rOSLISUID ?7BBKLT BY ?HENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO tsT* Subscription, Two Dollars per yearpayable lo ejvi toe. If not pall in advance, I'wo Dollars and Ifty Ceuta wiU be charged. AU c .rnaajni.-ati. ns of a privat? nal'ir? wiU be charged for as a advert isiu?. Job PrtBatlSBfl*. All kinds of Job Work doue st short notice add the most reasonable rates. Profi tsiomil thirds. i G. vTYNKOOP, *** a AT T 0 A'.V/; Y AT L A W. Office en Main Street Opposite the Court House. WOODSTOCK, VA. Wil practice in the courts of Sbeuandoah and adjacent counties. HT" Special attention given to the collection of claims sad all legal business entrusted to his care. Sept. US St. Will at in Mt. laOMoa on the 2nd, 3rd sod 4th days of every mouth. At Dr. L. H. Jordsn's Druj{ atore. Mohks Waiiow. M. L. Walton WALTON ft WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK. VA. IWM?8E8 WALTON" also practices in Lie Coun tlea of Page, Warren ana lt...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 March 1878

SHEXAXDOAll HERALD IS rUOLlSHKll WLKKLI BX SHF.NANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO . ?, HT at - * WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. W??di.???t?Iay. MiireklS I8T? Another atSSBBge, arned iu the - t? nu that there is but a step from th< ''Capital to lue Tar [>eian Rock/' 11 bai tishcdinapaper which ' the name o' - attack upou the public sehe ? system lo mean only that tkem oui of " - the ?rs? intimation have had that the* wi n ; .:; tug their taxes with money that belonged to &< mi ' dy else, S . the Govvruor would extricate himsi !: ii. ; nroa of ronuing a I j by recom* mending a tux on all church property, a stamp tus. a i lacrease of the ? nd fifty cents to make l'.M r Fred! When he declared that the c< netitutioual provision of 18 m of public free schools Bhoul . nullity by legis .; instrument, in favor ol a bribed funding bill of 1871, hi. iii.1 about as much as his friend?, . . could carry for him ; but .when he tomes In with the ran explanation and trie^ to .t..?i a tax on church p...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 March 1878

SIIKXAXDOAIl ,,K!.ALI> WOODmTUCK VA., Wednea 1st? ?larch 13 187? TOWN AND OO??NTT APTAIBS. l?. A i >. R. i:, i ;mi: j .si.i.i;. -?U and ;i!i. r Mii.d.is N.s. I Ml iiV train? will erriv? und leave tVoodslovk as ft. 1 Kos s : WESTERN BOUND. Fiebjnt train lav. s a. M. '?._! Pan? ugei. P. .M. 1..1 Freight " " P. M. 2.39 EASTBK? BOUND. i t ulii train ?.!?.> A. M 10.18 i ae-s.-a.j'er '? arrive? P. M. 1.28 ?' leaves P. M. 1.50 .??gut " It av< - 1'. M. 9.0(1 l'r ight trains I raving at A. M.'-'.-l and P.M. y.'^o respectively run on Mindass, Mondays, Tut-silays, Tliun? das? end Saturdays oiilv. AH oilier traius daily exet.pi Sutidiiya. All regular trains have pusaenger ears attached. Si'KlNi;.?Nearly all the spring bird? have returaed. We extend to them a hearty welcome. Peaches. ?Our fruit men are of the opinion that the peach crop ?*? ill be an entire failure in thi- section of the State. Warm.?Last Mondaj was warm enough for a harvest day. but Tuesday tiioruin? brought the com...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 March 1878

???'_ ^ ? ' ? .. ??r FARM AND FIRESIDE. MBtlblBg Abot.l Latt.ie. 1. Can forest haves be rotted by tli? first of next May, and what would bt tiie most rapid process tot dei oniposinc tiit-m without using burse manure, as 1 would like to procure an almost pun leaf mold. 2. I am saving, separate!,, horse, hog. cow and hen manure, n d W?9b to lcitrn for Whal iranien crop eac' is most tollable according to the lat? si ?xpe ?meets and liest authorities. 3. li sav.ng manure is it well to add ashes ii, alternate layers, and ?hat la the mo.-t rapid method of rottim; hen. hog aim cow manure?-, so as to have them read) for use next spring. A. SUBSCRIBER. An*. 1. Yea, sufficient! *t tot as lu flowerpots Or iu ihc garden : mix will them a small quantity of line wood ashc?. and moist* D th? mixt?reos ally a\ layer *-i" ? >?*< rid charcoal. mold, or earthy mailer of any descrip? tion, spread ovtr ilie nun**, ?ill absorb aud retain any evaporating amona. -J It is neither customary nor advisab...

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