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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 16 April 1879

VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL IG, 1879. NO 28. SHENAMDOAH HERALD It rUBMHBKI' WI111.1 ?T 8HENANOOAH t-EKVLD PUBLISHING CC OTsbscripliou, Two Dollar? p?r year payable In ?dvance. If uot paid in advance, Two Dollar? Fifty Cent? will be charged. A'l | ramunlcationa of a private nature will be abated for a? a advert isiua. Job Printing. All kind? <>t job Work done at abort notice and Horn Waltoh . M. L. Waltos WALTON & WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. ??"MOSES WALTON aleo practice? in the Conn :iea of Page, Warren ana Bockingbar?. Having qualified in the District and Circuit ?ourt? >f the I'uited State?, iu Virginia. Be 1? jrepare? to orosecut* claim? in ?aid Court?.? 3HtiB? ?r>ecial attention to ca?e? in Baukruutcv. H. C. Ann. r. ?. MAoaxusit A LLKX & MAGBUDKB, ALTOKMAS AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, SHENANIHJAH CUV STY, VA. April, ?l>-tf TAS. H. WILLIAMS, J. J WniUHIi W.U. T. WILLIAMS IV FIXUMS k BKO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 16 April 1879

SHENANOOAH HERALD is rvsMsaet) wtkilt st SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. WedncBdav April 10,1*7?. The Republicans begin to consider the chances desperate and iu their desperation are calling lustily for Grant. Too late, Grant can't save them. Governor t'olquit, of Geergia, has been invited to address the sixth auuual meeting of L'uited States soldiers and sailors, ''blue aud gray." at Combridge Ohio, next August. Anotukk attempt has been made to asaeainate the Czar of Russia. He has the reputation :>f being much better than his predecessor. Had the assissiti succeeded, he might haye brought a severe calamity upon the entire Empire. Xo matter how mach complaint may have been made against Mr. Randall for overehsUgfatering m the 45th Congress those who opposed his nomination for ' Speaker, he can not be charged with the same offense in the 4Gth, for he has given some of the choicest places at his disposa] to tho^c who were most pro? nounced in their oppo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 16 April 1879

I ? ? ' " SHENANDOAH HERALD WtlODHTOCK \ A . Wednesday April 16. 1ST? TOWN AHD OOMTY AITAELS. B. & O. R. R. TlaTJ Tai-.ii:.?On and after Sunday Nov. 17th, 1878. Trains will arrive and leave Woodstock as fellows : MOVING wvr. Through freight Arrives A. ai. Leaves ?? 7.51 Way Freight, Arrives P. M. " Leaves " 2.15 Passenger Train Arrive? " 1.41 Leaves M 2.03 MOVING EAST. Wav Freight Arrives A. M. Leaves " 11.20 Pasacagey Train Arrives P. Bf. 2.o? " Leaves " 2.30 Throng'i Freight Arrives V. M. Leaves " 7.29 ANNULAI KM! N - FOK SBSR1FF. We art authorized to announce PA VI I>T. NKKF, as a candidate fol sheriff i f SawiHiSoaB county.] Apr 1 16-tc. \\>areaut'.iorir:-d to announce JOKI Ul BTICS I.KY. as acandidate fur Bharlfl ol BbtM&doaB ctintv Marta .'.th I?. ? ommomwkauh's attokhey. Wear?autnorii?d t H. RIM?LE BEI?'.EK, a? a candidate i r( mmoB?ca to m v, t< r the county uf Shenaudoih. April M ta. Col XT Y TK KA SOU: I!. We are aut...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 16 April 1879

FARM AND FIRESIDE, aaan*waaaa*aa*aaaa^ Taring Man, go West ? n AVIKO JUDGMENT, AND CSWOIT NOT. Very mucbgratuitons advice to go West has been given to s class of inch vidais who may be considered as hav? iog natural sense and judgment, but who seem to be lacking in indepen? dence of character and executive abilities, or having judgment, use it not. The advice may be all well meant and honestly expressed, but may it not be somewhat differently ex? pressed, and at the same time be more practicable? I imagine that those who give such advice do not look at it in all its bearings. Why is it thus expressed,and given? a question I am unable to answer, un? less those who give it, do so without looking at the nntter from every side. ? The more general reason given tor recommending this course of going West, is that these ni<>n may become possessed of cheap lands; have a home of their own; becoms producers instead of consumers only. What if we all,at least all the surplu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 April 1879

"*"~" ?s VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23,1879. NO 29. SHENANDOAH HERALD IS rUBLlSHIl) KlIUI BT SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CC ?"??"Sbscrlption, Two Dollar? per year payable In advance. If not paid iu advance, Two Dollar? Fifty Cent? will be charged. A'l c 'mmunicationa of a private nature will be cha'gad for as a advert?a, jg. Job Printing. All kind? of Job Work doue at shoit notice and M. L. Walton . Mossb Walton. WALTON & WALTOS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOOMTOCK, VA. IVMOSES WALTON also practice? in the Tonn ?lea of l'?ge. Warrer. ana Rockiughsi*. H iving qualified iu the District and Circuit Courts 3 the l'uite? ?Statef, iu Virginia. He is vwpar*i to Tosecute claims in said Courts.? Swing ?recial attention to case? iu Baukruntcv. H. C. ?UM. ?. *. MAO?tn>ER LI.KN k MUiUl'PKK, A \TTOli.\LYS AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, BHSNANDOAH COUNTY. VA. April. M-tt ."AS. II. WILLIAMS, J. J WttUAMS, W.u. T. WILLIAM* IV ILHAHJ h BROTHER ATTORNEYS AT LAW \YOOl?r/IO<...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 April 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD is rOBLismn wixklt it SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. 1 i ? i Vfediiesdav April 23,18711. lews Ileau. Thursday last the baru of Ellis Tucker, in Hartford county, was struck by lichtning and seriously damaged. Two fishermen from Oakland suc? ceeded iu capturing 200 speclked trout m West (Virginia waters one day last week. At Austin, Miss., Wednesday last, W. A. Grantham struck M. Jones, city marshal!, with a bridle, when the latter drew a revolver and shot Grantham, killing him instantly. Jones was ar? rested. At Itoaretown, N. J? yesterday. Christian Leslie shot and dangerously wounded his wife aud then shot him? self dead. Excessive drink caused the tragedy. Enough money has been invested in government bonds for the benefit of the widow of Lieut. Hiram II. Benner, the yellow fever hero, to give her an income of 8600. Beside this. rshe has been presented with a cosy house at Elgin, Illinois. Chief Moses and other representative Indians from Was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 April 1879

SH EN AK DO AH HERALD WOOIKIIK K VA. WedurMlaj) April 23. 1879. TOWN AKD COUNTY AITAIES. B. & O. R. R. Time Tablk.?Ob and alter ?Sunda) Nov. lTth, lo78. Tram? will arrive and leave Woodstock as ?allows : MOV1NU WaWr. XasTCVjsjli Freight AitiTss A. M. M " Lenses " 7.51 Way Freight, Arrives P. M.! Leaves " 2.15j Passenger Train Armies " 1.41 j M " Leaves " 2.0S ; MOV1NO EAST. Way Freight Arrives A.If, .... Leaves ? 11.29 rVtssengoi Train Arrives P.M. 2.05 " loaves " 2.30 Through Freight Arrives P. M. '. " Leave* ?? 73? ANNOUNCEMENTS rOB SHBRlfT. W? are sntaitTied an ami nan in DAVID T. NFI'F. as a candidate 1er bheriff if Sbeuandi ah county kprdkS f. v e araaathorued to announce JOSl \H STICI UtT,as aiandniute tot BhtilS Ol r<beuuiiui>*b county (?Uuld : be eWcted Sheriff, the following uam td eiLiiemen WtU i ? my deputies : .1 a.Si KU, - - Forestvile. U.W. Windle, - - EAuburg. 1". HOeHOUK - - - WooSssuek March 5th te. I'tiMMtiSWKAI.'I'H S ATTORNEY. Wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 April 1879

FARM AND FIRESIDE. BaBaaaasaaaBaaBBaaaaBBBa.-.^aaaaaaBaBBaaaaBa? | Artificial Fattening. The fattening of fowls for market has for a long time occupied the at? tention of poultry men iu this country but while nesrlyeveiy known natural process for making the birds take on flesh has been put in practice, little or no regard has ever, I believe, been paid to the use ol* artificial means for the purpose of bringing about easier and more rapid results. In France and some other countries on the con? tinent of Karopc the fatteuing of poul try has for years been a study, until it has been reduced almost to a science. Nature is assisted in her work when? ever it is practicable, and many curi? ous and ingenious instruments for feeding the birds have been invented. Probably one of the must effectual of these machines, isuow in successful operation iu the poultry establishment o! a gentlemen near Paris. It is con? structed in the turru of a small rubber pipe about lour feet in length, one end o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 30 April 1879

VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30,1879. NO ?A SKEKAKBOAH HERALD I? PCBL1KHI 1 .ttl.KlI HI shenanpoah herald publishing c r?*siiscrl! tion. Two Ool'trt per year payable In a.lv.t.ee. If not )>aitl in advance, Two Dollars Fifty Cents will be charged. Alle niimiuicatlonaot a puvate nature will b. ohsefcedfor as a advert ising. Job 1'riiitiUK Atl BtaWka nl Job Work done at tdioit notice and Moses Walton. M. L. Walt \HTALTO>' & WALTON, \\ ATTOl'.Sr.YB AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. HfalOBBI WALTOB aim prti-tieciiii the Coun '.iettf l?ge. Wartet ?un RocYintl Hiving nualuit-tl In tbt Dtstrtct and Circuii Courts .t the United Btatet,in Virginia lit It ??parad to roseent? elstins in tain Cotirta. SiViMK nit-it! stti-li- l'jirltrui tiv. H. ?.'. \llkn I-. >>? MAf.r.ll n 1.LKN ft M VGK1IDEK. A ATTORNEY? AT LAW, WOODSTOi K, S11ENAMOA11 CO?T NTT, \ * Arril, -:'.'_tf .?AS. 11. WILLIAMS, J-l WlLUAMS ?era. t. william?. IX IU.1AM? k BBOTB1 B A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 30 April 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD Il rn.LUBBD WBtKLf Bl SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING 00 WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. ?VtMliiesdav April 30,187t. Mr. David H. Strother left Washing? ton on Saturday for the city of Mexico, to which place he has been appointed consul-general. A dispatch from* Yidalia, Concordia parish, La., reports three thousand negroes ou the river bank awaiting transportation to Kansas. The democratic committee ot Okaloua Miss., have washed their han-ls of the Okalona States, whose rabid utterances have been frequently quoted recently in Congress by the republicans. They say it in no wise represents the senti? ments of the people there. In reply to an inquiry, Attorney General Field, decides that a voter in Virginia has the right at any lime be? fore the day of election, and before the delinquent list is made out by the treasurer, to pay to the treasurer the capitation tax. It is the duty of the treasurer when this tax is tendered to receive it and receipt lor the same. If the tax is not p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 30 April 1879

?as??Wt?asa?????_???aa?a? SHENANDOAHHERALD W .?O ItsVI (?OK V.V. Uodn? s?la3 April 30. 1879. TOWK AND COITNTY ArrAIEB. B. & O. R. R. Time Table.?On Vid after Sunday Nov. 17th, 1878. Trams will arrive and leave Woodstock as follows : MOVlMi WEST. yh Fieicht Arrives A. M. Leaves '? 7.51 rfaj Freight, Arrives P. M. .... Leaves " 2.15 ?per Train Arrive? " 1.41 *' " Leaves ?' 2.05 MOVING EAST. Way Freight Arrives A. M, .... Leaves ?? 11.29 Passenger Train Arrives 1\ M. 2.05 " " Leaves ?' 2.3(? Through Freight Arrives P. II. Leaves " 7.29 ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR SHERIFF. Wc ?re ttithorized to announce DAVID T. NF.FF, as t candidate for Sheriff .1 Shenandcah county tprd K?te. We are authorized to announce .IOSI \H STICK 1.1 Y. a? ?candidate fer Sht : i0 ol hhenandoah e> nnty should I be elected Sheriff, the following nam ed R?nt emeu will I e my deputies. : J. W.ZIIKLL, - Foreatvillr. 0 W. Wmdlr, - - Kt'mburR. P. HOSBOOK Woodstock. March M h te. COM?OS WEALTH'S ATTORNEY. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 30 April 1879

FARM AND FIRESIDE. Origin Of th? Perchero? Horse. For several hundred years there has existed in the interior of France a race ol horses, famous tor their useful qual? ities, and possessing a remarkable degree of uniformity in all their essen? tial characteristics. These horses were called Percheron from the fact that they were mainly bred and reared in ihe ancieDt province of La Perche. It isa well-kuosvn historical lact that the Norman war-horses, as u?ed by the armor-clad knights in the days when chivalry flourished, ?during the time of the crusades, svere famed for their stoutuess as well as their activity ; and that, in spite of the lack of paper pedi? gree and stud books, "selection ot the best" and "survival ot the fittest" had given to this part of France, many cen? turies ago. a race ot horses that was pre-eminently adapted to the wants ol that country. But the little ol history that can be found pouching this breed definitely points to an Eastern origin. Some French author...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 7 May 1879

?waC%?? .-?fr*!- ?>| -r^j?l*BSs | "-^ '? lipli! ?H VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDINESDAY, MAY 7,1879. NO 3i. -. SHEKANDOAH HERALD I? VUMl.ia.in WBBBa.1 Bt S*f ?vj-.'ir'OAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO Wsb-ciii tion, Two ti.il!?'? per year payable In adv imv. If not paid in advance, Two Dollars lilti Oats will be cbar?e?3. A') ? nurd':. ivate uature will be Job PrlMllaSfl? A!? k.n.ls ... .lob ?i.rk done at ?bo't notice aud V. ,i ;..?. Il* s LION It WALTON, ATTOaXBTIAT LAW \V()()|'>ienK. VA. It-MOSTo ITALTOH ?1??? practice? in ?lie Po-im ne?. i i age, S'.irei ana Bociiji?*-at.. Hivlnu nialiiiftl m the Districl mid Circuit "Avant a (lit- i nit? tl states, in Vtrgrnt?. II?* is jr, pared to rose.iil?- plain?* in sniil Courts.? !...i.Viin?<-v. B.C. IIL-Ua. p. ?s. Maobudeb LLKN iV M vratUDEU, A A'noKM.VS AT LAW, WOODSTOi K, SllKNANDOAll COVNTY, VA. April, as? M IS. 11. WILLIAMS, J.-J WlillSMs. ss si. i. WILLIAM* 1\ ILL! IMS B 11 .".III 1! A'rrOKXEYs"?T LAW Win.i r- I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 7 May 1879

sHenamdoah herald I? rCSLltKED tmit a? SMFNANDOAM KCftALO PUBLlSMIsJU CC WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. WedneadiiY May 7,t87t. H a YKS is very anxious to help tin man that helped him. A kind of ?'you tickle me and I will tickle you" game. At Augusta, Ga., a suit brought by Henry Hafers against the city tor inju? ries to his daughter from falling into a trench left uncovered at night, resulted in a verdict $1,000 tor the plaintiff. This was the fifth trial of the case. The Governor of Tennessee has issue?! a proclamation for an election, August 7, to afford the people of the State an opportunity to express their approval of the settlement of the debt at fifty cents on the dollar and four per cent, interest. The British government warns Brit? ish subjects who may be engaged for service in Cuba or elsewhere by Bpecu latlve immigration agents that her Maj? esty's government cannot be responsi? ble for their protection after they have entered the possession? of a foreign power. Congressmen J. R. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 7 May 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD ??i??n?i?i? k ?? A. .Vt?<l:itft<luy ?Hay 7. ??1"?. TOWN AND GOm-TTT ?FFAIB8. B. ?fc O. It. K. Time Table.?On 'ind after Baaday Nov. 17th, 1878. rriutis will arriva and leave Woodstock is follows : MOV?NO WEST. ?lirot'.'_'li Freight Arrives A. M. Leaves '? 7.51 Wav Freight. Arrives P.M. ., Leaves *' 2.15 Passeugei Train Arrive? *4 1.41 " " Leaves " 2.05 MOVING EAST. Way Freight Arrives A. M, .. Leaves " 11.29 Passenger Train Arrives P. M. 2.05 " " weaves " 2.301 Tlirtui^h Freight Arrives P.M. Leaves " 7.291 ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR SHERIFF. Wv ?re authorized toanuounce DA V1PT. \Sf.YT, s? a caudidate for Sheriff ? f Shentndnali couut.i. If I should be elected Nherift, Hit following per? sons will be my deputiee : L. I) l'l'XKII?l'M?K, ? - - So. 1. P. Ho-HDVU, .So. 1 O. WCl.t-M,.So ?. I. I .-cd. S ??OOI?, ? ... .No, S, 1>. T. NKl'F. Aenllis-te. Wt are authorised to announce JOSIIH STICK LET, M a candidate for Sheriff of Nbenaiidoab county t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 7 May 1879

FARM AND FIRESIBE. ?The B*>ck 1 ?ladj k??lp?. Th* following reap? for coughs and consumption was first used by the Hon. Ellis B. Schnabel, of New York, in 1848, but was never given to the public until about two years ago. Take five paunds of pure whits rock candy and dissolve it in a gallon of old rye whisky?the older the better. The whisk? must be distilled in the old fashion way wiih a copper worm. Mo ?team whiskv should bs used, for .the distillation now used develops the latent poison of the berry and fill* your ?ysttsiii with fusil and other deadly oil?. Always Ret the pure white rock candy. Colored candie? are invariably p?i?ouou3. A yellow tinge ?bows the presence of an insoluble earth deleter? ious to the stomach and dangerous. The clear white rock is pure crystalixed sugar. Put your live pound* o( white rock candy into a gallon of whisky and set it on your table. Let it remain there until the candy dissolves. A week may go before it is absorbed by the whisky. Whe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 14 May 1879

achats VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, MAY H, 1879. NO 32. SHENANDOAH HERALD IS l-USLIKHIl WlrtLT Bt SHENANnOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO ?areaMrlptWO, Two Dollars lier year payable in advance. If uot paid in advauce,, Two Dollars fifty Cents will be charged. A1! c nim'iuleati.ius ot a private nature will be -b?ri'e.d for a? s advertising. Job Printing. All kind? ot Job Work doue at ?huit notice and i* ' .--,.'. ,,.>'. rate? / / ??/? satvttut t tirtl*. Mose? Walto*. M. L. Wsirot. Vy ALTOS 1: WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. ir'MOSES WALTON ?l?o practice? in the Oonn ? ! ?(!(?. Warrei. hu? Bocitngb?!?. H.iviux tiuali?iiil in the HiHtrict tnd Circuit ??tin? il tin- United Bttte?,In Virginia. He i? prepared t.i roeecnt? claim? in ?aid Court?.? .ttt niton to caee? in llanlirimtcv. li. U. ItUOL r. .>. MAC.t.inr.i? j 4 l.l.KN A- MAfiRUDEK, ATTOKNE?H AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, 8HENANDOAH COtNTY, VA April, 29?t? AS. 11. WILLIAMS, J. J WlLUAMS, WM. 1. W 11.1 IAM5 lk IU.1A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 14 May 1879

A~ajp ?.aiiaus,*'.'!'. i, ???tyssjsssatsap;^??^? SHENANDOAH HERALD i? rcDiitiiiD ?mil at SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Way* iiesiday May 14.187?. Another Veto. As was expected the President ha? vetoed the bill forbidding troops at the polls, It is unnecessary to give our reader the veto message, a? all will rstaad thai Hayes is under obliga? tion I? .-..:;. ! by his party. He is under the control of a radical element who are DOW the power behind the throne. The course that will be pursued by the rat* '.s not yet kuown. katnmnnl.tit Rallierais. To '.he remote observer of political events iu California the result of the . ion of last week is astouuding. than two years ago a vulgar murderer of tho King's Euglish (Kear DOJ ) undertook a canvass of that State en the oui stion of a constitutional con veution. lie was surprisingly success "! ?. lb? newspapers avowed that \ consenrutlve element pre? ponderated and the State was safe. The convention met and adopted a n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 14 May 1879

SHENANDOAH HERAUS WtiOIIHTOIK VA. Hod il ??ml ay "?lay 14. 1870. TOWN AND COUNTY AFTAIB8. B. & O. R. It. Time Table.?Ou md after Sunday Nov. 17th, 1878. Trains will arrive and leave Woodstock as follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Arrives A* II. '? Leaves " 7.51 Way Freight, Arrives P. M.! Leaves *' 1.15 Passenger Ti-ain Amy??s " 1.41 '? " Leaves " 2.05 moving east. Wav Freight Arrives A. M, .... Leave? M 11.29 Passenger Train Arrive? P. M. 2.05 ! 11 Leave* M 2.301 Through Freight Arrive* P. M.j ', " Leaves " 7.29 ANNOUNCEMENTS. I'OR SHERIFF. Wear? ?uthorited to announce DAVIDT. NF.Fr, ] as a candidate for Sheriff . f Shtnandoah countt. i It I thould be elected Sheriff, the following per son? will be my deputies : L. D II'NKIIOVSSR, - No. 1. O \V CtJUL.No. 2. J.Fred. S. GOOD, ... >0. S. ! I>. T. NEFF. | April 1*??e. We tre tuthorized to tunounce J08I VH STICK- j LEY, at a candidate for Sbtrifl of gbeuandoah j county Pbould I be elected Sheriff, t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 14 May 1879

FARM AND FIRESIDE. Lights and Shndow* on En? glUb Farm?. PROF. I. P XOBK?TS. Leaving the fertile, well-tilled farm of Mr. J. J. Mechi. free trotu obstruct? ing trees, hedges snd ditches, and pass in? northward into Suffolk Countv, one is forcihlv reminded at every turn in the road, of the justice of hi* criticism on English agriculture. The first thing that please* yet annoy* the American?especially if he be from the prairies?i* the great number of spreading oaks scattered through the field, and the numerous and too often unk.pt hedges. That the oaks are beautiful no one can deny; neither can it be denied that tbsy obstruct the plow, occupy four time? the ground that should under any circumstances be al? lowed tree* so situated, and then are of comparatively little value. The oak is the ideal of a law shade-tree, but is far too low and brushy for timber. So. a neatly-kept live fence in it* appropriate place, is a "thing of beauty and a jo> forever," but a double line of h...

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