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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 July 1879

?ie?itl?il -S- .1' VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, JULY 30,1879. NO 43. S H EN ANDO AH HERALD t? PUBLISHED W?EKLT Bt 8HENA.N0OAH HERALD Pi??" ISHINO CO IW Sbtcription, Two Dollars per year payable lu advance. If not paid in advance, Two Dollars Fifty Cent? will be charged. Ai) communication? of a private nature will be bar d for at a advertising,. Job Printing. All kind? of Job Work done at short notice and ?t the most retsoi.uM.' r*tM Profeaaionai Cards. m -. - Walton. M. L. W*lto> WALTON k WALTO?, ATior.NEYB AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. li/'MOSl's WALTON ?Is.. practices in the Couu Pa*e, Warm au.i linckiiigbam. llawng .iiia'.itietl in the Dtatlicrt and Circuit 'ii.urtt '1 tl.e L'DitCd Statt s, in Virginia. He Is mi u ?aid Coarta.? 3ivln? - !..uikritrti-v. !?. l . \LLKN. V. .'. M*6RVl.i:n LLEN & MAGRUDER, A ATTOKM'.YS AT LAW, WOODSTO( K, 8UENANDOAH COVNTY, VA. April. . . -. ||. WILLIAMS, J. I Win; \ms. WM. r. WILLIAMS it. ii.i.i?.Ms k i'...>'inm ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOOlnVlOCK. ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 July 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD t? fmuiu was*? ?t ?HCNANDOAH HERALD PU"? I8HINQ CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednesday July 30, 1879. ? \ewN Items.. ' The Methodists are this year rais; ?670,000 for mission purposes. An epidemic resembling cholera p vails at Hiogo and Osaka, Japau. The United Presbyterian Church the Unite?! States reports 80,092 me bers. H Some 700 acres of land were burn over in Chesterfield co., by the for? fires this week. About 10,000 laborers will be { upon the newly discovered gold min in San Domingo in October. Within the past few weeks Mr. S. ; Williams, of Sinking Creek, Greenbri county, has lost 38 choice sheep by tl ravages of dogs. Near Waco, Texas, Thursday nigli Bill Stalworth, a desperado, was sh dead by a mob while under guard, ar one of the guards ivas wounded. A fire in West Manhein townshi] York county, Monday, destroyed Geai 'ng's mill, St. Bartholomew's Chore and a stable ; loss iJ ?00. During a terrific storm at Marl bort N. Y., Tuesday, hailstones as large a but...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 July 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD WOOD-JTOCIt VA. W eel Ht'?, (lay July 30. 1979. TOWH AND OOUKTT AITAIBS. ~B. A 0. R. R. Time TABLK.-On ind after Sunday Juue 15th, 1879, Trains will leave Woodstock as follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Leaves A. M. 7:41 Way Freight, Leave? 1?. M.2:47 Passenger Train Leaves P. M.1:41 MOVING EAST. Way Freight Leaves A, M.11:29 Passenger Train Leaves V. M.2:47 Through Freight Leaves P. M.7:39 ~ANXOUNXEldE>rTsT~ HecsE of Dei.eoates. We ar. authorised to announce Dr. J. B. STBAYEK, ii ? candidate for ?h? Home of Dele git?*, Virginia Legislature. June IStb, te. ? ? i i ?? Excursion lram9 will ruu to Locust Grove camp-meeling, next Sunday Fine Note Paper Sc per box and upwards at Spebry Bbos. Apples, pears,blaekbtrries and buck? leberries are abundant in this market and are selling al moderate prices. A few pairs of 7 foot Trace chains for 55c at Sverry Unos. Horseback riding is a fine accomplish? ment. We would be glad to see large numbers of our youuz ladies ava...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 July 1879

FARM AND FIRESIDE, High Farming At the outset the speaker review? briefly the present depressed condition of British agriculture, which he attri? butes to the combined eflects of a suc? cession of bad seasons, cheap grain, dear labor, cheapening meat and close foreign competition, especially with the agricultural products of this country.and the object of his address he declares to be, not to discuss the applicability of all the suggested remedies for this de? pression, but to examine the advice frequently ollered, that lower prices should be met by increased production ; in other words, whether a higher stan? dard of farming can b? recommended to compensate for a reduction in price. Supposing, for instance, there were a permanent reduction in the price of the salable produce of the farm to the ex? tent of 20 per cent, would the proper remedy be to increase our produce per acre by one-fourth, ind so bring up the salable valus to the same amount a* before. This could only be doue by ...

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 August 1879

VOL. 59, WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6.1879. NO 44. SHENANDOAH HERALD ta ro?i.tia?B sihli at ?HENANOOAM HERALD Pt>?> MHIN? CO nrsbscription, Two Dollar? par yea? p?y?W? la adraao?. U not paid In advance, Two ?aliara Fifty Centa trill be char???. AH commuulcttion? of ? private usrurs will be hsr 4 for as a advertiatua. Job Printing. All klnda of Jab Work dona at abort natte? and at the moat reasonable ratea Professional Cards. If OIKI WM.T01U *. L. WalTO* w ALTON k WALTON, ATTORNBY8 AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. tar MOSES WAI.TOS aleo practice? in the Coun tlet of Page, Warren end RockingUana. _ Httin? qualified in the ?latrlct and Circuit ?ourti *f the Cnltod Statet.ln Virginia. He la jrepared to proeecut* olalmt in ealdCourte 3iving apeclal attention to ca?e? In Bankraotct. H. cam.??. *? ?? ??????? A LLEN ? MAO RUDER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, SHENANDOAH COUNTY, VA. April, 20-tf _ : as. li. WILLIAMS, J. J Williams, WM. T. WILLIAM? i 1LLIAMS k BKOTHEB attorneys"at law WOODSTO...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 6 August 1879

-SHENANDOAH HERALD IS FOBia???* Wa-a-tXf B? ?rt-rraj? at nos M HERALD Sli?*ISHINQ CO m ft' ' == WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. i ti i H>4nes?rlsiv Aug. ?, l?7? wttWSBB?S?L._?-L-~ Ts live Ss?*erlBteaveleBt si sehssls. la the lsst issue of the Herald ap? pears the following notice from you : ?l The second apportionment of Coun? ty School fund? it published in this issue. An apportionment of Stste and County funds will probably be made at some time next month. Last year we closed our schools with an indebtedness to teachers of over $4,500.00. This year, after paying this indebtedness and for services rendered during the year there will be la the ct-uuty, ? surplus of about #700. This tund will probably be iu creased to $1200. Next 3 ear, under the provisions ot the Henkel school bill we will receive at least three-fourths of the State school fund. The county will be in excellent financial condition and will, ws have no doubt, be prepared to opeu all the schools and keep tbem open for full fiv...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 6 August 1879

I ?SV o o i>*?-i*r ?*j ti. v .?a.. Weduesday Aug. o, 187?. TOWH AND OOUNTT ATrAIR8. B. & O. R. R. Time Table.?On nid after Sunday ?lune 15th, 1879, Train? will leave Woexlstock as follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Leaves A. M. 7:41 Way Freight, Leaves P. M.2:47 I'-isscugcr Train Leaves P. M.1:41 MOVING EAST. Way Freight Leaves A, M.11:29 Passenger Train Leaves P. M.2:47 Through Freight Leaves P. M.7:39 ANNOUNCEMENTS. House of Delegates. W* sr. authorised to announc. Dr. J. B. RTRA?EK, ?i ? cand)dato for the tlou?. of Del* gtte?, Virginia l*gi?iature. June 18th, te. Don't forget Duaue to-night in Sol Smith RusselPt Goote Song and Auuty SmifTs Lecture on Woman's Rights! The 5c case more attractive than ever at Suerry Bkos. Parties svishiug to purchase a good farm should read the advertisement of Dr. G. A. Brosvn, trustee. Clark's roachiue trend at 55c per doz den ?pools at Sperry Bros. If auy one ueed? t\ combined grain fertilizer and grass seed drill we would adyise them ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 6 August 1879

AND FIRESIDE. ,11, IL " 1"! Ulgt? ?armIuk ??aw-. [ Continued from last week.] You will doubtless be interested to know something of tbe after effects of those great accumulations of dung in tt?? soil, seeing that they increase the crops so inadequately during the period of the application of the manure. The following table affords information on this point. The two upper divisions relate to barley, and the lower one to meadow hay. After 14 tons of farm? yard manure had been applied for 29 years in succession ou one plot in the held devoted to Hue continuous growth ofbarley, the plot was divided. On onc-balf the annual application of the dung has been continued now for a period of seven years more ; whilst the other half has been left UDiuanured, also now for seven years. In tbe ex? periments en meadow hay, the applica? tion of 14 tons of farmyard manure per acre per annum was continued tor eight 3 ears *, ami the land has since been left unmanured for 15 years. The table shows tbe p...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 August 1879

NO 45. VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13,1879. SHENANDOAH HERALD ib t-OBLiaia? wbbelt. ai IHENANDOAH HERALD PU?-l.HINO CO tarsbscription, Two Dollars per year payable la advance. If not paid tn advance, Two Dollar? Fifty Cent? will be charged. All ccmmunicetione of a private nature wlU be bar i for s? a advert?ala?. Job Printing;. all kinds of Job Work done at short neUoe and st the most reasonable rate? Professional Cards. afosas Waltob. M. L. Waltoh WALTOS k WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, YA. taVMOSES WALTON also practice? lu the Conn. ?le? of Page, Werrer. ana Rocklnghant. Having qualified in the Diatrict and Circuit 7ourt? Jf the United State?, in Virginia. He 1? prepared to pro?ecute claim? in ?aid Courts.? living ?vecia! attention to caaea in Baakruotcv. H. c. Allbb r. M. MaesuBBa A LLEN & MAORUDER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, SHENANDOAH COUNTY, YA. April. ??t?_ .AS. H. WILLIAMS, J. J WlLUAMS, WM. T. WILLIAMS ILLIAM8 * BROTHER AlTOHNEYsT?T LAW WOODSTOCK, ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 August 1879

SHEN?NOOAH HERALD WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. ? m i. WedneaduT Aug. 13? 187?. In order to give to our readers the address of the Conservative committee in full we have omitted a number of ar? ticles of general and local interest. This address contains a statement of the public debt, which should receive the careful attention of eycry reader. It is important, that every one should thor? oughly understand the matter at issue iu the canvass which will soon be open? ed. A careful perusal of the figures presented by both sides and a strict ex? animation of erery item where there is a difference in statement, will enable every one to understand the question,as it should be understood by every citizen of VirgirJtax Sews IteuiH. The Pennsylvania Railroad Company is now manufacturing at Pittsburg its own gas for use on the trains and at the the stations. In Cedar Keys, Fla., where there isa population of 1,200, Ihere is said to be only one republican. The campaign in Ohio is already nt white heat. ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 August 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD wooDfljJTOaj iv y A. U ?Ml il ci* tl ?y Aug. 13, IBft TOWI AKD OOUNTY ?TFAIBS. B. & O. K. R. Time Table.?On tnd after Sunday Juue 15th, 1879, Trains will leave Woodstock is follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Leaves A. M. 7:41 Way Freight. Leaves P. M.2:47 Passenger Train Leave*. P. M.1:41 MOVING EAST. Way Freight Leave? A, M.11:291 Passenger Train ucaves P. M.2:47 riirougb Freight Leaves P. M.7:39 ANNOUNCEMENTS. HorsK or Delegates. We are a ah >ri?*d to announce Dr. J. B. STRATEK, a? a candidate for the llouee of Dele? gate?, Virginia Legislature. June 18th. te. i .? Mi. . m 8 ?-??-????j'jw Fine Bass.?Mr. Sam'l. Marshall of this place caught \csterday five fine bass tw o of which weighed four pounds apiece. This achievement fully ettab lishe? his reputation as a first class b.ss drummer. Accident.?Mrs. Hausenfluck, widow of tbe late John Hau?enfluck, j sr., fell from a door at the residence of j Samuel Copp. near Saumsville, a lew j dsys ago and broke bo...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 August 1879

MM AND FIRESIDE. Where the Profit Come? From. Not many farmers know enough about the details of cost and expendi? ture in their own business,or bestow up oa the subject sufficient study and thought, to know where the profit of farming comes from, or what direction their efforts should tako in order to in? crease that profit. The philosophy of Harming is little understood or written upon. Most of us stumble along, work? ing by guess or "rule of thumb," with? out any clear comprehension of the ele? ments with which we must deal m mak? ing the farm pay, far less with any real mas try over the elements. We set it down as a principle, though few may accept it as such at first, that ?unless for a short time upon uew soil ?a farmer's ?profits do not come from his land. It is veryeaiy for a man to be ''land-poor." That is what ails most farmers at this present time. If it were established as a law that every young farmer should begin with five or ten acres, and be allowed no more land until...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 August 1879

menu JtJ Jk VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VAM WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20,1879. NO 46. SHGNANBMH HERALD tlT01U?U> WtlUl ?T ? HCNANOOAH HERALD PI'?' ISHINC CO OrtHwcrlption, Two Hollara per year payable in advance. If not paid in advance, Two Dollar? Fifty Cenu will be charged. Ml communication? of a privat? natura will be ha? 4 for u a advertialug. Job Printing. All klnda of J?b Work done at ?hort notice ?yd the moat reasonable ratea Professional Cardi. w Moaz? Walto?. M. L. Walto* ALTOS k WALTON, _o - ATTOBSEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. ?vtT*MOSES WALTOS tito practice? in the Coun '.lee of Page, Warren ana Uockingham. Having qualified in the District and Circuit :ourt? >f the Cnited Btatet, in Virginia. Be it vrtpered to protecute claim? in ?aid Courte.? 31vlng tvecitl attention to cate? in Bankruutcv. a. C. AM.??. ?? ?. Ma?u?*m A LLEN & MAGRUDER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, SHENANDOAU COUNTY, VA. April, SS?tf _ : AS. U. "WILLIAMS, J. J WlU.IAMS, WM. T. WILLIAMS 1\/ ILLIAMS k BROTHEB ATTORNE...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 August 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD tt rcamaiD wbbblt bt SMENANDOAH HERALD PU*? 1SHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. ? m i Wednesday Aug, 20, 187?. New* Itemsi. The Fort Worth (Texas) gan;* of highway mail robbers, seven or eight iu number, have all been convicted. An unknown tramp, while attempt in.' to force an eutrance Monday night into the house of N. W. Baldwin, Chicago, was shot dead by a son of Mr. Baldwin. Two accomplices escaped. A son ol Mr. John Stephenson, of Frederick county, whilst handling a gun last week, accidentally discharged it, the load cutting off the point of his lip, making a very serious wound. At Margarettsvillc, N. S., Wednes? day, David Gates murdered his wife and committed suicide in a fit of insani tj. John McDermott was killed by a fall of roof rock in one of the Pennsylvania Coal Company's miucs, at Pittston. Pa. At Canton, Mo., the Canton House, several stores and all the fire apparatus of the town were burned ; loss $30.000. The Ohio State Journal giyes notice to the repub...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 August 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD WOODHTOCK Va. ~Wedaea<laj Aug. SO, 187?. TOWI AHD OOUKTY AITAIBS. B. * O. R. R. Time Table.?On ? ?nd after Sunday June 15th, 1879, Trams will leave Woodstock is follows : MOVING WEST. Througk Freight Leaves A. M. 7:41 Way Freight, Leaves P. M.2:47 Passenger Train Leaves P. M.1:41 MOVING EAST. Way Freight Leaves A, M.11:29 Passenger Tntin Leaves V. M.2:47 Through Freight Leave? P. M.7:391 i ANNOUNCEMENTS. House of Delegates. We are euthorUe* to ?nncuace Dr. J. P. STRATKK, a? a candidate for th? lion?? of Dele? gate?, Virginia Legislature. June IStb, te. ?_. J. ^'?eUiJggBBggg ,1__IJLBgSS? Pic Nie?We are requested to an DeuQce that there will be a pic-uic at Mt. Salem on next Saturday. The pub lic are cordially invited to attend. Chicken Thieves.?Some chickeu thieves raided upon the chicken house of Col. E. E. Stickley last week and captured some ef his chickens. Examinatiox.?An examination ot teachers will be held at Woodstock, on Friday, Sep. 5th. 1879,at 10 A. M...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 August 1879

?S AND FIRES? mW?tSm_ '? ? Crepe ?nd Pri?e?. The latest crop reports from a the A?aatw are much more glc than even those of last week fortnight ago tha Mark Lane Ex] said: Should rain continue, the crop will be useless, except as mat The condition of wheat is unimpro Barley.in heavy land it. nearly rui Nothing but the speedy advent of shins can prevent an almost gei failure of the principal crops.' Wednesday last Mr. Mechi despontl ly reports : 'Another week of floo ?torras and low temp?rature has the finishing touch to the agricull disaster. It it aow too late for c to recover. On ill-farmed and un dr ed lands the matter is simple ruin Wheat will puffer less than s-j crops.' Thus it appears that newspaper's disastrous auticipat have been realized, and that the look for the harvest in England is a thing but encouraging. The unfavorable weather that proved so disastrous jto English cri has beeu nearly as fatal to those aci the Channel. Already the Ban France has raised its rates ol i...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 August 1879

Illi?l VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27,1879. NO 47. SHEMNDOAH HERALD II rUBLItHCD WKKSLt BT IHENANOOAH HERALD P"?' ISHING CO lysbscrtptiou, Two Dollars per year payable In advance. If not p?l<l in advance, Two Dollar? Fifty Cent? will be charged. A'l communicationa of a private nature will be har d for aa a advertising. Job Printing. All klnda of Job Work done at shoit notice and the uoit reasonable rate? _ Professional dard?. M. Im 'Walton MosisWaltos. WALTON A WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. tr-MOSF-8 WALTON aleo practice? in the Coun .its of Page, Warrec ana P.ookinghaw. Having quaUAed in the District and Circuit Courts >t the United State?, in Virginia. He Is prepared to prosecute claims in said Courts.? ?imub special attention to cases in Bankruvtcv. 3. C. Allm. *?? *? Mabkcder aLLKN ?? MAGRUDKR, ATTOK.NKYS AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, SHENANDOAH COI'STY, VA. April. 79?tf A9. H. WILLIAMS, J.J WlI.UAMS. wji, T. WlLLIAMs) 1?' ILLIAMS A BKOTUEK ATTORNEYS AT LAW W...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 August 1879

SH1NAND0AH HERALD ii roBLiMiQ wnni ?i SNENANDOAH HERALD P??< 18HING CO WOODSTUCK, VIRGINIA. Wednesday Aug. 27, 1879. Xevvg Item?. Col. Wni. T. Sutherlin, of Danville, has been elected president of the Henry County (Va.) Narrow Gauge railroad. Jame9 Sharpwick, 17 years old. was arrested in Volcano, W. Va., for allcg ed ou?age upon Sarah E. Cook, 12 year? old, of Campbell's Run. George Claik was fatally shot in Tuscola, 111., by Hugh .VcGuire, his step-son, who told him he had come all the way from Kansas to kill him for de. sertiug his mother. Two men here lyuched at Trinidad. Col., Friday night, for attempted out rakes on little girls. The St. Louis Times Journal was sold on Saturday to .Tames P. Beck, of that city, for $50,000. A. S. Mitchell, ?recently conuected with the New York Times, was installed as managing edi? tor. N. K. Bel!, CMhler, of the American Express Company at Kansas City, b mlssinsr, with $10,000 o? the company's money. He has been absent from his post since th...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 August 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD WOODHTOCJC YA. WediseMdHj In? S'-7. 1879. TWH AND COUNTY ATTATES. B. & O. R. R. Time Table.?On \nd after Sunday Juue 15lh, 1879, Tram? will leave W'oQdstock as follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Leaves A. M. 7:41 Way Freight, Leaves P. M.2:47 Passenger Train Leaves P. M.1:11 MOV1NO EAST. Way Freight Leaves A, M.11:29 Passenger Train i-eaves P. M.2:47 Through Freight Leaves P. M.":39 ANNOUNCF-M BNT8. House ok Dei.egatks. We aro authorized to announce Dr. J. B. 8TS VYEK, i. a candidate for th. House ot Dele ??'ra.TlrgtllU Legislature. Juno latb. te. For THB Sbnatb. W? ar. authorized to U1SUM D. S 1IENKK1. as a candidate fot the Sut.' senate, in the district composed >>f sluuatidoah and fage counties. Aug. 27-te. AV? ate-authorized to auunv.nce CAI'T. II. H. Rll'DLF.BKKOKl; a? a candidate for the State Senate, iu the district composed of Shenaudoah anl l'?ge rwintiea, Aug. J7-te. ?? m_ _* Tbs debt quest km, we ?re informed. was discussed on last Monday, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 August 1879

FARM AND FIRESIDE' Cash Ta. Credit. "The man who bolide and wanta wherewith to pa;, Krrcta r honre from which to rnn awry." So says the post, and the experience of many a business man, as well as well as many a farmer has indorsed this statement. But it is mor? especially applicable to Fanners. Merchants, from ths very nature of their business, must trust and be trusted in return. To them a credit sy?teni is indispensable. When a demand for a certain article is created on short notice, tbe tradesman mast be able to supply his customers, and to do so it often becomes necessary for him to go in debt for the goods ; but if he las foresight, buys with judgment and understands l.is biisiucss, he will in a short time have disposed of the goods at a pro*31 aD(1 bf reaJ-v tu W oil his debt. Kot soin the case of the far? mer. In his business there arc no sud? den hits to be made. For bim to go in debt, in ninety-nine cases in a hun? dred hampers his prosperity bastead ol promoting it. His In...

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