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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 March 1879

. , ;'>V*>1'/,. ?"^???f?"?^-?"?"? VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDltESDAY, MARCH 12,1879. NO 23. SHENANDOAH HERALD is ruBLtautii? wmii.T ?I ?HENA.NOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO t2r-S*-erl>itio-i, Two Dollars per year payable 1st aSTaace. If u-.t )>ai 1 in advatice. Two Dollars j aid Fifty CVuta will be charge -.'.. AH aosaSBWSfoattOM Ol a prtv.ite nature will be thai-tea for as a advert isiut. Job Printing. All kind? of Job Work doue at shoit uotiit aud atth? most rcasoiiil'i. Proft saional (.ants. U -M?aos. M.I? Walton WALTON ii WALTO?, ATTOHXF.YSAT LAW WOODSTOCK, va. WMOSSS WALTOH ?lao prai -ves in the Conn? ue? ..f l'a?e. Warm, an-l R? HiMii? .lualitit-d in thf District and Circuit ?ourts >I the United statin, in Virginia. He i? >re? ?rf.l to - ?arts.? . U. c. WLan. i*. ?v. Ma?i LLBM h MAGBUDRtt, A' ATTOKM.YS AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, SHENANDOAH fOLNTY. VA. April, . 1 i-. 11. WILLIAM?. .1. ?! Wnt.iWlr-. VS. T. Will IAM5 i\ n : Tiir.i; attoi.neys~?t law WOODSTOCK, VA. Prsctu-e ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 March 1879

WOODSTOCK, VllW?INIA. ?Ve?uetulaT Marck 12 1879. The Public Debt. The settlement of the public debt i? tho tTCat *iiie?tion of general interest "?Uli the citizens Ot the Slide. Tie Legislature having failed to pas< bill under consideration before the ex? piration of the session, the Governor convened that body m extra session in order that the adjustment might be con? summated. We have -riven our readers the views of Gen. Muliouc in opposition to the bill, and the address of the con? vention of readjusters. We propose to review the question as now presented to the Legislature. Iu replv toa re? quest from the I.egi-U?Ulre for a pro? position from the nond-holders, by which the debt might be adjusted, the bill under consideration was ? : by partie? proposing to fdnd the debt. As the debt now stands, there are $20, Mi, 000 of'futii-ed bonds, with cou? pon? attached, bearing G per cent in ierest, and upon which interest has been regularly paid.amounting annually U $1,200,000, with th...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 March 1879

SKEKArpArl HERALD WOOD8TOCK VA. WcstmcsMlStJ M.ircli 13. IS70 TOWN AND COUNTY AITAIBS. 11. ft 0. it. It. Time Table.?On and after Bundav Nov. 17th, 1878. 1 US Will arrive and leave Woodstock as follows : MOVING WEST. A. M. ?' Leaves " 7.51 Wav Freight, Arrives P. M. Leaves " 2.15 Passe .Train Arriv?e '" 1.-41 " Leaves MOVING EAST. Waj : . ?es A. M, - Llaves " 11.29 ngcr Train Arrives P.M. 2.05 Leaves *' 2.30 Then. An ves P. M. Leaves " 7.21 \NN? H S< ! Ml \ . i ? i \ . \ ! KEASCREn. OSO. W. * ' ? r . CO ?'?'? . i HE ki:\ EM'S, 1 ISTKI? l NO. I. W?. ar. i LlaVlrv ? ? Ul.Ut, - ' - . 1 1'UY.r ? '? ' ' ' ? I-.WX-; l. M. -Il N ? i f th. - is ni y. ?i a il \.I. YV. Il !' Il tll ' ?MAS W : i il r. ? il '.!'. - . '. \I ? if the ' K *i i HAN?T. ' - - - ?fO. ?".. We I ? ?CHRIS ? ' ? : IV. 7.111 KI.!"., I A.l.l.y I II RICH", - -I Ashby ' ' - Of tlir m tits, you Will . w h.unes, ?bis reel St. ? ? mineral lands sr.id in tin* county at public sale, last ? l ? cents p r ai Coi'bt day. A crowd W...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 March 1879

FARM AND FIRF.SIED. Big Hojs In "ft? Jerirjr. r.iiKliKNToWN, Fell. 21. Bordeutown hada sensation to-ilay. A lot of hogs* from Now Hanover, Burlington county, were shipped to New York and twenty-seven of them weighed all the way from 700 to 000 pound* each. Tin? is claimed to le the biggest ??hog crop" in the 'country. It was a novel sight, and all Bordeu? town turned out to sec it. The hogs are the property of Joseph Carter.? Between him and Samuel S. Southard there i? a great rivalry. Last year J.?hn Taylor, a JVenl in pork dealer, offered a geld medal for the most successful hsg raiser. *- .hteen sf his hog? -iv-er?igeil 703 1-j pounds when killed, an I 7 0' wheu delivered. The king hog turned the scales at 795. If ha MB bold the medal far three yean against all contestants it is bis, I if perchance another should shew up; the biggest av'-r.ig- in pork he must yield his l.uirK Carter sayi he can do it, and ?o lar the balance is in his favor, RAISING H.S- FOB A PBIZE. Carter and Su...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 March 1879

VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19,1879. NO 24. |a?-B--B-aa|B>--????*--a?-s-^^ SHENANDOAH HERALD II PUBLISHED W1KKLT BT SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO IWSbacrlptiou, Two Dol?an p?r year payable Ib .?vanee. If not paid in a.lvsuc?, Two D.llar? aid Fifty (.'outs ?illbe charged. All c ?mmuuication? of a private natura will be ] eh?-getl for as a advertising. Job Printing. AU bind* of Job Work done at short notice and at th? most reasonable ratos. Profts?ioaed Cards. M.>?! ? W iLTOS. M. L. Walton WALTON k WALTOB, ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, Y A. ?tVBKWBS a ITuTOB also practice? in the Conn lies of Pa***, Warn u mid ltockingham. Having iiual'.ritil in the I?istrict and Circuit ?eurt? >f the- I'niietl ?states, in Virginia. He U prepared to prosecute claims in said Courts.? 'iiviiii! ?perial attention to t-asesin Bankruptcy. H. e. tun p. >v. H-6KVt*aa LI.KN A MAORI!DER, A ATTORNEYS AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, SHENANDOAH COUNTY, VA. April, ?S-tf IAS. B. WILLIAMS, J. .1 WiitiAM...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 March 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD li ruausBiD waaxLT ax SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. i m? i .Vcduevdav March 19 1879. The debt bill has passed the Senate and is now under consideration in the House of Delegates. It is supposed that it will pas? that body. ?a???aaaaat CoxoRESsraet yesterday. UauSual inl.rest attaches to this session, be? cause it is the first session, since the war, in which the Democrats had a majority. The uumber of patriots who are willing to serve their country, by holding office at Washington has not decreased. Mr. Randall, of "enusylvania, was nominated on the first ballot by the Democratic Caucus, ou Monday night, for Speaker of the Home of Delegate?. His nomination was afterwards made unanimous. He was undoubtedly elect? ed Yesterday. The stove manufacturers of Western Pennsylvania, Bastero Ohio and West? ern Virginia, met in Pittsburg on Wednesday and fixed price? for one year, which are tUgbtly in advance of old price*. The Wilmington Every Evening ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 March 1879

S. .jAHKERALD iDsrTVCX VA. . dni-aday ?fnrch 10. 1870 TOWN AND COUNTY AITAIES. IT & O. R. li. Time Table.?On ami after Snndav Nov. 17th, 1878. Trains will arrive ami leave Woodstock as follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Arrives A.M. .... ?? Leaves " 7.51 ffavFrealht, Arrives 1*. M. ?" " Leaves " 2.15 IVisseugei Train Arrives " ?A\ m m Leaves M 2.05 MOV1NU EAST. # Wav Freight Arrives A. M, .... ^ " ?? Leaves " 11.29 rasannrtT Train Arrives P. M. 2.05 " Leaves -' 2.30 Through Frei?:lit Arrives 1\ M. ?? Leaves ?? 7.29 V ANNOUNCEMENTS. COUNTY TKKASl'RLK. We arc authorized to announce GKO. W K0ONTZ. as a candidate for County Treasurer. Feb. lVlb te. FOR I11KKIFF. We arc authorized to announce JdSI \H STICK LEY, as a candidate fur Sheriff cf Shenandoah couu J Harcb 3th te. VOR COMMlsSI.'Kl K OK THE REVES CK, lUSTKUT NO. 1. We tre tuihoiiztd to announce WILLIAM FAllNtISlOC'it, as a candidate fur C? tumisitioner of th? revenue in District Ko. 1, comi>oted of Davis and HtontwaU ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 March 1879

FARM AND FIRESIDE? CONRAD WILSON. CONDITIONS (?E SllVLSS. Success in com culture depends on conditions that are not only numerous but very important; aud the more clearly the fanner understands them, the more, easily aud surely will he be able to comply with them, and to win tho prizes they hold out. The leading questions that enter into the final yield and profit of corn are; 1. The natural fertility of the ?oil. 2. Tin question o! fertilizers and manures. 2. The various problems ol tillage. 4. The variety of grain planted. 5. The question of pedigree. 6. The distance in planting, etc. Each of these has an influence ou the crop much greater ihan most of u? perceive, and helps to deUrminc 'uot only the yield, but also the quality and the cost. Yet it is amazim* how many practical men lose light of nearly all these factors, aud iii?t their hope of I maximum yield on giviag special at? tention to a few leading conditions by. which the profit is ?*hJKK>? I to be mainly determine.I. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 March 1879

**H : B*? 'i "'- ,/ ?s? ? ?i ?3 II . A r-taTwk AaS\**? / llfj ? -?. VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20,1879. NO 25. SHENANDOAH HERALD ?S PUBI.ISHKD WEEKLT 8T SHF-4?N?*)0AH HERALD PUBLISHING CO ? ' ' ? , ? , '.. ?_ ?"V-juscriptioti, ?Two Dollars i?er year psv.ib' Ib advance. If not paid iu advance, Two Dollar ard Fifty Cents will be charged. Al) c >,uDiunlc.tit>u? ot a private natura will b> eb.vgod for a? s advert isiua. Job Priiitlng. All ktndi of Job Work done st shot notice an-' at tha most reasonable rates Professional C'tirds. Mosi-s WaVLTOB. ALT? ATTOHNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. WAL KVMOSES WALTON ?)so prartii-e?in the Conn lies of 1'age, Warm siel ltockiiiitliais. Bavin,: iitialitieil in die Diatrlel und Circuit tkiurie -i the i ? irginl?. lit- U ?repared to prcatecnt? claims in ?aid Courts.? 3ivnii!si.ii-i?lattfTi:; B to I ts.s iu Baukruutcv. H. f . tUaBS*. P. ?V. MAOBCDER A LLKN ft IIAGRIIDER, ATTOHNEYS AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, BHRNANDOAH COUNTY, VA. April, 20-t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 March 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD I? roBLitH?D waiKLt by. SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednesday Miin-lt *?? 1870. Oi'R neighbor at New Market goes out of his way to seek a quarrel with the Herald, upon the debt question. He evidently take? a communication, which appeared m the HXXALD, last week, as editorial. He knew better, at least a mau rannkig a paper as old as ti.e Valley claims to be, should know better. The article was marked as a communication aud did not profess to give the views of the Hki'.vi.d. We shall not apologize for our views upon tide question by telliugoui readers that the Valley advocates the same. Wc have our opinions upon the subject and have expressed them clearly and distinctly. When one of the pro? prietors of the paper could not endorse the sentiments expressed in the editorial columns up m the subject, he did not endeavor to ?.onceaI that difference of opinion*, Lui published u card to the reader! of the Hcbau>, informing them of the foci and g...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 March 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD WUODaTOCX VA. WttoWil MkVttm f, i*?? TOWN AND COUNTY AFP AIRS. B. & O.K. It. Timk T.vni.K.?On aud alter Banda} Nov. 17th, 1878. Trams will arrive and leave Woodstock as follow.- : MOVING ?WIST. T. rough Freight Arrives A. M. Leaves " 7.51 Way Freight, Arrive? P. M. " Lcavee ,v 2.15 aenger Train Arrives " 1.41 Leaves " 2.05 MmVING EAST. Way Freight Arrives A. M. Leave? " 11.29 Passengei Train Arrives 1*. M. 2.^-'< " Leaves Through Freight Arrive? P. M. Leaves ANNOUNCEMENTS. tut MY TREASURER. W? are t SO. W K???'N i /, u'.. c .i d date lot County l reaanrer. .; le. Ful! ?HER1F1 . STICK LKY, as ?can ? ud ah county March .! i: 01 riir. REVENTE, Ml-i in? T no. 1. We are tnthoriied to tnnouno? WILLIAM 1WI1M - ii" ? .-id r-t inewall i !'.?-te. We trtiautt I It II AI'X, tt a cintiiiUti ft.r C'tui.r ? S .1 llriMs March 13?ta. We ar,. ant] IP'tl B. MclM I ill F, a- i? . ii..a 1st? : I : ? . I Iiums and btouetral I te. We arc ?Qtl ? ? tth. u v. . so, I), ii .vin a- a c...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 March 1879

FARM AND FIRESIDE, Cam sad In Caltlvatlss. aran L. WYSOK. As the time 19 approachiug when far* mers will begin to prepare for spring planting, and as the seedsmen in their catalogues are already be?inniug to offer different varieties ol seed corn, perhaps a few observations ?u reference to the seed and the cultivation of this cereal, derived from my own experi? ence, may not prove uninteresting to your readers. In Johnson's Encyclopedia of Agri? culture, we are Infonaed that there are only live original varieties of corn cultivated in the Middle aud southern .States, and that all other varieties are only intermixtures iu somo form or other ol these live, to which by careful selection Tear by year they may be brought back. These five are described as being the big and t??.- 1 til" white rl?ut. the big aud the little yellow flint, and the white Virginia gourd seed. The yellow gourd seed is said to be a mixture of one or the other of the two yellow kinds and the white gourd seed. At th...

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 April 1879

vol.: 59. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1879. NO 26. SKENANEOAH HEBrLC HI BI tit p?r year pajabU |a ?-, * Hanoi-, two Dollar ?I'd Fifty Cent? will be charged. Ml IN ?IB l" Job rriniiii?. . ? tice ?ml ' ttriU. M. I.. Walt. \\ I.AW \ A I Circuit IK- If ( .ill-!*.? Baukrnt U\. li. ?'. p. .x. Mai ul'i I. I! .1 T!.K. ;..\!.\s AT LAW, ? ( K, i\] I 01'STY, VA. J. J WlLUAMS. ? IV ?L1 . I AW \ i. IJ. V AT LAW, .'. 1'.!. i C. ? - ; Heute. V V. ? p EG! ? UT, ?.AW, ? \v . c 1) . I'. J. D dT garter, .on, \'A. ? . Of*P. CCLRT ? .. VA ? \ M.I o7V S 1 A . . - Prop ? . w I ' K V? I?<! I? of Public :~. ami ?rant? e be?t i oardeil * it* I. ?VI! SON iI?T 1.1 fa flcpell 4 Bro VA. i I :ar.f lot "f TH1KQ ?n't (j?. 174 TS! ?M/YS? prit*?. Al.o keep t full I? i a first r'in Drug Store ' ?nil to wait ' ? 1 iBMadjotnliwrooni *..-?. II Is? a fu.l line of JiWclrT. Wall Hr. rir t -?"mo, ll'JPhrtTLHiBRr). COUNTY DIRECTORY. (01 NI Y JVI'iiV.. ilverr - * Ncwilmkit COMMONWEALTH*? *?TTOBNl r. H. I! 8 ... - Wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 2 April 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD I? PCBLIBHED WCKXLT ?T SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Mediie?Mlav April 3, 187?. The debt bill has passed both houses and has been approved by the Gover? nor. It is now a law of the State.? Wc publish it in full, in this issue. Mr. Barbeo, of Virginia, a young sculptor, has on exhibition in New York a bust of the "Fisher Girl,"which it is said by the New York Advertiser, '?is marble alive with expression and beauty." In the opinion o! the St Louis Re? publican a conflict between Congress and the Executive similar to that of the Johnson era is not improbable. In such au event it predicts that the F.x ecutivc will get the worst of it. Tbc Lynchburg Virginian is inform? ed that the vote of the grand jury in Judge Rives's court indicting the coun? ty judges was strictly partisan, being twelve to tight iu every CMC. Gen. Sheridan regard? the fears of au Indian uprising this summer a? al? most wholly without foundation, char? acterizes Sitting Bull ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 2 April 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD WOO l>.-*'l<X"lv VA. Wcdm'tuiay April ?. 1ST? TOWN AND COUNTY AIFAIES. n. i ... i:. EL Tim? t bj i and after Sunday Roe, 17th., lsTs. Trams will arrive and leave Woodstock as to!' hi Arrives A. M. Leavea " 7.51 Way Freight, Arrive? 1'. M. Lea v. s ?? 2.10 Passenger Train Arrives ?? 1.11 l.( IV, s S Way Freight Arrives A. M, _ Leaves ?? 11.29 Ogei Train Arrives P. M. .. P. M. ( -, " Leaves ?? 7.29 ANNOUNCEMENTS. SHERIFF. county i . MMc5 WKAl.l lis. . .-.h'? At .J te. COUNTY TKKASl - Si l! OF THE i:i:\ I Mi;. RICT M>- 1. \\ < D .Vare:. W? aieaut! ITC? B. H I! a cMji - "? ? III!. w. - aiut I Vr , - V e ;. i : - . ; i \"vi '? i j w . ' - a: '1 1' ' : II !.. so. 2. We W. H ? - Im w? - H'n 1 f i- - IX. I. We We ai I.I ' i ', If w> ar? ?athorized to ?i . i ' >N, a? a cae I i We are ?r.t ?a a i ? We ve ta'borizcd to ai ISTIAN ?? IN ru U?te. We are ?utho lzert to ?: -1 in 1/ v. Maetndi Heveu ' We are a ?:? I' 11 the K . d We ?re ?ut ? . ?? a candid?! We ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 2 April 1879

FARM AND FIRESIDE, w*t vr- ?jxii". Poultry Papera. Some eveuinaiwhen you have noth? ing el9e to do? make a shallow box, say IS iucheslong, 4 inches wide, and 4 in? ches deep; divide this into three com? partments; fill one with gravel, another with charcoal broken into pieces about the 9izc of a kerneljof corn, and the third with crushed oyster-shells. Fas? ten this bex up iu your hen house just liish euough for the fowls to reach it easily, and see that it is never empty dunug c?ld weather. Old plaster or burnt bones will do instead of ovster ?bells, hot I consider the oyster shells the best. Where fowls arc kept in large numbers it is a great saviag of time aud labor to buy the thclls already crushed. Another essential in the hennery iu winter is a dusting box. A shallow box 4 f.et square, 1 foot iu depth, and filled two-thirds Tull of dry road-dust and wood or coal ashes, with a sprink? ling of sulphur, makes the best arrange nienttb.it I know of fora dust bath, if you. can place...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 April 1879

VOL.; 59. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9,1879. NO 27. SKEKAKDOAH HERALD i? ranji?i? stasii M SHFN**DOAH HPPAt.0 Pt!Bl |a"lt*f! C i^sb-cvn ti??. Tata Hollara i >? jraja? f*(*M In si- M > >i'i-. .'<-..,,<-p, I wo liolla. fifty Ceatt ?rlU be charged. A1 . j ?nivate-liat'irc wat. ' eh?*ged f or ai- a adven itoii? Jill? l'riiiling. All kind? .->* M B*?H Soeie si ? at the mom r?'?eoi ab*? ]Jrot(Mio:fi * tint* M. L. Mo .1 I W?.LTON. ALTON 4 WALT'-N. ATT01.SK.?S AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. w nrXOaE? WALTOS ?lao preeliceel? the Toni' . Warm im Ri i-khufba?.. ?Uxites qiiaittaal in the MatrVrl ateS Ctreni >um it Mu- l ni'. ''?? ' ? Jlvliu ? Bemhrm lex. B. U. AULI.S. r. ??. M ?nr.i i?i ?. l.i.i-.N & m M.r.ri'Kii. ATUH.M.iS AT LAW. WOOVSTOt K, PIlFNANUOAll I'Ol STY. V.\ April, .a*, ii. \\i: I.1VM-. J- J WtiiivM' \VM. I. Will 1AM 1\ H!.' \M- -v BKOTH1 B ATTOliNKYS AT LAW \\. l)l>tr|(X K. V \. Practice In : -'*'? * X?lu, i ? -"'I ?all.I. > n the Curt? S) ,. . '? I' ' :...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 April 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD I? rCBI.l?BTD ?IIILI ?X SHENAMDOAH HERALD PUBUSHINQ CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Weiliiestlay April ?, 187?. The next General Assembly ?f Vir? ginia will meet ou the first Wednesday in December, 1879. The Senate will then consist of 10 iustead of 43 members ami the House of 100 instead of 132. The suit of Mrs. Mary Oliver agaiust ex-Senator Simou Cameron, for breach of promise, reached a conclusion at Washington in a verdict for Mr. Cam? eron. Cor. SbeltOU C. Davis, clerk of the Vlrghin Senate, died u Richmond last Wednesday night at ten o'clock, after an illness of several weeks. Col. Davis was sixty-ou-- years old, and had been Clerk Of the Senate for more than a quarter of a century. Thk Legislature adjourned mu? die, last Wednesday. They finished the business for winch they were called in extra session. The debt bill was passed and has become the law of the State. Those who supported it as*ert that tbt deb? can he paid without an increase upon the pr?sent rate of ta...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 April 1879

SHINANDOAH HERALD vi> ?,?? i>.??I oi'K VA*_ Wctln?'?t!ay April?. IS*? TOWN AND COURTY AITAIBS. 15. ft O. R. It. Tim Table.?On and after Sunday Nov. 17th, 1878. Trains will arrive and leave Woodstock as follows : MOVINO WEST. Through Freight Arrives A. M. ._... ?i ?? Leaves " 7.51 Wa? Freight, Arrives P. M. ** >* Lesves " 2.16 Passenger Train Amy?? " L41 " " Leaves " 2.05 MOVING EAST. Way Freight Arrives A. M, .... ** ?? Leaves " 11.28 PasarnftrTrain Arnvri P.M. 2.05 '? Leaves " 2.30 Tnrongb Freight Arrives P. If. .... ?. " Leaves " 7.29 ANNOUNCEMENTS. *?>K s 11 111 IKE. We areauthorUed to announce JOS I VH 8TICE LEV. a? a ? ?tullilut? for Sheriff of sbeuandoab cuuutv Marc!, 5th le. COMXOKWBA] ill'- ?TTOBKEYa We ?re ewaertaed to aDSoanee II 11. RILDLE SrT ?EB,SI i? ??mil Ute for ComnaOBtreetth'e At \.. se?, t r the eoant) of .sheuaudoah. M -,e. i'i",NTV TKBABUBER. Wa ar?' authorised to announce OK?. W KOON ? aasrer. |*ei. lvib tc. VOK CoMMls.-l?MK o? TUB KEVEM'E. I IS1 Ki...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 April 1879

. AND FIRESIDE. Important to Farmer?. It is corning to oe better understood that success in farming; depends far more upon how much one gets per acrt than upon the number ?f p.cres he cultivates. Ifa man's time, team?, seed, implements, etc.. arc worth sr cost 5#0 a year to cultivate fifty acre?, and the crops produced, whatever they may be, are equivalent to 12 bushels of wheat per acre, worth on an average #1 per bushel, he has just $100 left for interest of the land, tsxes, etc. If the crops equal 1J bushels ofwheat per acre, he has$250 surplus for land, etc. If they ere equal to 28 bushels ol wheat per acre, he has $500 surplu?: if 25 buahel? of per acre he has $750. The same rule holds good for 100 acres, or any other area. The great question then is, how to increase the yield per acre, with only the same cost for labor, teams, implements, anil seed. a? to raanuuM and ram ACTION. Omitting the question of drainage, and of preen manures, and supposing the Und in proper drynrs* an...

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