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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 3 September 1879

iewliit VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3,1879. NO 48. SHENANDOAH HERALD ta roiLisasiD wiiilt bt SHENANDOAH HERALD P?'-" ISHINO CO sVar-Rbaoriptlon, Two Dollar? per year payable la adTano?. If not paid in advance, Two Dollars Fifty Cansa will b? charged. At) etmuaunicatlon? of a privat? natura will be has 4 for aa a advertising. Job Printing. All kind? of Jeb Work don? at short notice and tl? meat reasonable rate? Profetsional Card?. ~l?o?i? Walto??. M. L. Walto* W ALTON k WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. (WMOSES WALTON also practices in the Conn? ?t? of Page, Warren ?no Rockinghara, Having qualified in the DUtrict and Circuit *)ouK? >f ?ha United State?, in Virginia. He is ??pared to prosecute claim? in ?aid Court?.? living ?rectal attention to caaeiin Bankruvtcv. U. C. ALi?a?. r. ft. MaanoDEa A LLEN & MAGRUDER, ATTOKNLY A T LAW, WOODSTOCK, SHENANDOAH COUNTY, VA. April, at?tf_ IAS. H. WILLIAMS, J. J WILLIAMS, WM. T. WILLIAMS Vki ILLIAMS k...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 3 September 1879

i? tvtblmBxd Sr*?KI?)T *t ?HCNAN00AH HERALD PUBLISHING CO \ T WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. TVediHHilHy Sept, 3, 1870. >?.????> lU'iti*?? The trial of T. J. Armstroug for the murder of Wni, Boyle in August, 1878, was commenced yesterday at Warrcn ton, Va. The barn of Mr. Dieman. near Jiartinsburg, \V. Va., was destroyed by an incendiary fin? on Monday night. General Huutou predicts that the McCullock Mate-debt bill, passed by the last Virginia .].02'.slatuir, will be ratified by the people at the approach? ing fall election. Frank Slavcn's trotter (Filecutter) and her colt, the two valued at 12,500, were poisoned at Providence, B. I., by Paris green maliciously mixed with t'ic'ir food. The village of Wickimd, North Kiugston. 11. I., was visited by bur? glars Wednesday night, who plundered four stores aud the postofl.ee. The amount of plunder was not large. It consisted mainly of money and jewelry. The gang was discovered and tired upon when endeavoring to enter Church's...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 3 September 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD WOODHTOClt VA. Wedmeaday Sept. 3, 1870. T0W? AUD OOUriTT AFTA-HS. B. & 0. R. It. Time Table.?On ind after ?Sunday June 15th, 1879, Trains will leave Woodstock as follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Leaves A. M. 7:41 Way Freight, Leaves P. M.2:47 Passenger TValb Loaves P. M.1:41 MOVING EAST. Way Freight Leave? A, M.11:29 Passenger Train Leaves P. M.2:47 Through Freight Leaves P. M.7:39 AKNOUKCXM ENT8. House of Delegates. We ire authorized to announce Dr. J. B 8TKAYEK. 11 ? cmdidat* for the House of Dele? gate?, Virginia Legleliture. June 18th, te. For the Senate. W* ara luthorleed to announce D. 8. HEN'KKI. ai a candidate for the State senate, in the diatrlet compone- of Sbemudoah and Page counties. Aug. ?7?te. Wi ate authorized to announce CAPT 11. H. RIDDLF.BEROKR a? ? candidate for the State 8euate, in the district c?>iupe-*ed of ?fhenandeiah ind Page ?ounties, Aug. il?te. A bald eagle measuring live feet and eight inches trem lip to tip...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 3 September 1879

f MM AND FIRESIDE. Hew Should Manure be t'aed? ? I aaw you plowing in manure to? day,' remarked Mr. Martin ; ' you don't practice what you preach. I have heard you tell our old friend here and his sou, William, that manure should be always apread on tho surface.' *8o I believe it should,' I replied; ' but I am not the first by any means Who dees not live up to bis professions. There are some occasion upon which even the best men go a*tray, and I may be excused a lapse now and then as Well as Ihoy. I could not help it. A beginner on a pooi farm must do many thiugs which he would not If he could avoid it The manure was fresh and long, with some straw in it; the cellar was lull aud required to be emptied,aud the corn needed it?what could I do ?' * I think you did right,' remarked my old neighbor; _n inure ought to be well covered. I have always plowed it in and would now. but you] have talked William over to your idea?, and he will put it on the top and harrow it in, or put it ou the s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 10 September 1879

yKKpfe. VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10,1879. NO 49. SHENANDOAH HERALD ii fmuiiD w*_a_T i?v BHCNANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING Cl l-*-Sbacription, Two Dollars per year payable In advance. If not paid in advance, Two Dol?a? Fifty Cenu will bi cbirgad. A'l communication? of a private naturi ?rill be bar d for ai a advertising. Job Printing. All klndi of Jeb Work done it short notice and thi most reaionible ratea Professional Cards. Moses Walton. M. L. WaLiow WALTON _ WALTON. ATT0RNLV8 AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. B_*-M08ES WALT! ?' also practices in the Conn He? of Pige, Wirrer. .TiO Rockingbam. Raving qualified in the Diatrict and Circuit Venirte ai the United State?, in Virginia. Ha 1? ?repared to prosecute claim? in ?aid Court?.? '-living ?peclal attention to cases in Bankruotcv. H. C. au_B* r. H. Masaroia A LlaEN ?.. MAGRUDER, ATTORNEY A T LAW, WOODSTOCK, SHENANDOAH COUNTY, VA April, 29?tf as. H. Williams, J. J Williams, WS. T. WILLIAMS IV. ILLIAMS k BROTHEU ATTORNEYS'?T LAW W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 10 September 1879

It_-?i?*-=1 SHENANDOAH HERALD II rcBLiiacD waaa-LT nv BHtNANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednesday Sept. 10, 187?. DlraCUHSlOn. A spirited discussion between Major S. C. Stnugfellow of Petersburg aud Capt. n. II. Riddleberger, of this place, on the debt question attracted a large crowd on last Monday. Major String fellow is an able debator and an elo? quent speaker. Hi?* opening speech was listened to with marked attention by the audience and occasionally the more eloquent parts of his address or his blows at his opponent were received with :?pplau30. ne was followed by Capt. H. H . Riddleberger, who spoke in opposition to the HcCnllongh MIL It was soon evident that there was a devilled house, and the two parties cheered their re? spective speakers. The discussiou was carried on with courtesy and <_*ood huaaor apon the part of both the speakers. The lime evidently was not long enough ?or either of the gentlemen to say all that they desired the people to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 10 September 1879

SHENANDO?H HERALD WOODS'l'tH K VA. Wednesday Sept. H?, ist? TOWN AND COUNTY AITAIB8. B. & 0. B. R. Time Table.?On \nd after Sundav June lSlh, 1879, IYaius will leave Woodstock is follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Leaves A. M. 7:41 Way Freight,utiw 1'. M.2:47 l'a-seti.-er Train Louves P. M.1:41 MOVING EAST. Way Freight Leaves A, II.11:99 Passenger Train i.eaves P. M.?:47 Through Freight Leaves P. M.7:39 ANNOUNCEMENTS, House of Delega i We ?re au'horiied to announce Dr. J. B. 8T!t \YEi:. as ? candidate for th? House of Dele ture. Jm 1m!i. te. Fun THE Sknatk. \\\ , c authorised t> annouuc? D. s iif.NKFI. a* i uididaU for the st.it.- Reute, In the dlatrict comiK^SKd of Shenaudoah aud 1'ago co'iuties. I Aug. 27?te. We aie authorized to auuov.uee OAPT. H. H. MDDLF.BKROER ai a candidate for the State se;irite, in the diatrlcl composed ol ihtnandoeh au 1 l'ave 'ountioa, Aug. 27?te. Wanted?Com and oals. ftl this oilicc. We will be obliged lor small quantities of e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 10 September 1879

FARM AND FIRESIDE Transplanting Tender Plants. Very many persons make complet* failure* year after year with everything they transplant, and yet with perse? verance worthy of letter results.go od yesr by year buying and setting out plasta, many of which, if they do not die outright, linger along for days and sometimes for weeks before they make a feeble attempt to grow. The trouble is partly in the plants kept for sale 'id country places, but generally* in the mistreatment of the plants by the purchaser. One great mistake is in transplanting too early. No person expects corn to grow until both days and nights are warm. Why th*n should tender garden fruits that must be atarted under glass ': Yet tbe farm er seems anxious to get everything, lettuce, cabbage, tomatoes, egg plant, peppers, sweet potatoes and other ten d*r things planted at one and the same time and about the time he would plant com. Yet ccrn will some? times lie in the ground ten days or two weeks before coining up, whe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 17 September 1879

IsCimi???i? VOL.59. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,1879. NO 50. SWENANDOAH HERALB 1? rOKllSBKP WIIILT H? SHCNANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO *?T*8beorlption, Two Dollar? per year payable i ?advance. If not paid in advance, Two Dollar? Fifty Cents will be charged. A') communications of a privat? nature will be bar ?1 for as a advertising. Job Printing. All kins? of Jeb Work done at abort notice and tbe most reasonable rate? Profe?sio?tal Card?. Mo???W_LTO?l. M. I* W.LTOll WALTON k WALTOS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. SWM08E8 WALTON ?l?o practiee? in the Conn? ie? of Page, Warrer. ana Rockingh??. Saving qualified in the District and Circnll '-urn .f the United States,in Virginia. Be la irepared to prosecute claims In said Courts.? iiTinmneclal attention to c??e? m Bankrnutcv. H. 0. VIIT r. ?v. MA.aoPiR A LLEN k MAGRLDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, SHENANDOAH COUNTY, VA. April. ?-If AS. H. WILLIAMS, J. J W.I.UAMS, WM. T. WILLIAMS I ILLIAMS fc BROTHER w ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODf-T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 17 September 1879

SMEN?N?OAH HERALB1 __ n rt-aum? wat-Bu I? ?-it?ANDOAH-JHERALO PUBLISHING CO m*m WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Widiiosilii-, Sept. 1?, 187?. The Winchester Times, edited by Maj. Hunter, " brother-in-law of the govern? or and visitor to the Institute,'' uudcr tikes to poke fun at Riddlcbergcr's let? ter to the Page CWrit?**, on the debt question. S;nce the appearance ofthat lelter there have bien scmcfliing like 5J,(XKI copies of it prated on var'ous Orders and the* demand is unsupplied.? S'-range so runny people should dissent from the opinion of the sweet-scented rad rose of the " row !" However we Will undertake at this office to put all that Times editor knows about auv pub? lic question on a postal card, iu display type, and have* room enough for the Ten Commandments. Send on your orders. Near Kansas City, Mo., Saturday, Mrs. Mary Boncstcel administered poison to two of her children, aged five and nine years, and then hanged herself to a bed-poet. Morphine was need, and both children are ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 17 September 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALB woo DHTOCK VA. Wednfwilaj Sept. 17, 1879. TOWN AND OOUNTT AFFaD.8. B. A O. It. It. Time Table.?On *nd After Sunday Juue 15th, 1879, Frams will leave Woodstock as follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Leaves A. M. 7:41 Way Freight, Leaves P. M.2:47 Passenger Train Leaves F. M.1:41 MOVING BAST. Way Freight Leaves A, M.11:29 Passenger Train Leaves P. hi.2:47 Through Freight Leaves P. M.7:39 ANNOUNCEMENTS. House of Delegates. We are authorised to announce Pr. J. B. BTKAYKK. as a candidate tur the House of Del? (stee, Virginia Legislature. June ISth, te. For the Senate. We are authorised to announce D. 9 HEKEEI. a? a candidate for the Stale Senate, in the district coupoted of ?heneudoae, and Fag* coantte?. Aug. ?,-te. We aie authorised to anneunc? CAPT 11. H. KHiDLF.bEROER ?s a candidate for the State Senate, in the district composed of .henandoah and Page rountie?, Aug. 37?te. Wanted?Corn and oats, at this office. We will be obliged lor Bmall quantities of either ?r b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 17 September 1879

SNENANOOAH HERALB is rCBi.ii.-BD wat-Bit m ?*""?**??""- T"j"i i_flT?inyi"'*'" co ^ ______? PP^__I__: [fiJ-t-l-aSoalbir- KaaUr ___*f_i*ir.] latei-ewtlng Experience* Us the CvUiraU?.n ?f Wheat. Best rtxsHetiem, CbraM?s, F?rtlU Wrtrn, Ac A?. it a mritB?it et iJUh-Kc. fabueri. Col S. S. BsADros?, Culpep*r: * I hare, for several year* past, sown th* Fait-, smooth Amtsr and Laucas t?r, and experimented with divers kinds sent me from the Agricultural department at Washington, none ol which proved sati?f?ctory or seemed adapted to our climate- The J.ancaster I have been induced to contint?*, b* r*ason of its popularity with tbe mil 1er* snd its higher market value, bul it his almost invariably yielded about ?5 per cent less than ?lis Fults anc Amber, and I think 1 shall not so** it again. My present year's crop ol wheat ?ver?ged 28J bushels per acre, and bad not one third of it been Lan? caster, would have exceeded ?SO bush? els. Twelve measured acres, the best twelve continuous acres of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 September 1879

?ynfto VOL.59. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24,1879. NO 51. SHENANDOAH HERALD I? rCBLIDUKP ?'(ELI I? HPNANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CU g*?""!>bBcriptiou, Two Dollars per- year payab'.i In advance. If jot paid in advance, Two Dollar Fifty CentswjrTflfce cBarged. A'l communication? of a private untura will be bar d for a? a advertising. Job Vriulln?. All kind* of Job Work done at abort notice and tke moat reasonable ratea Professional dards. klosKs Waltos. M. L. Walti? WALTON' & WALTON, ATTOUNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. farMOSES WALTON alao practice? in the Conn .lea of Page, Warrec au<J Rockiugbani. Having qualified in tbe I>iatrict and Circuit Courts >f the United State?, ?u Virginia. He i jrepared to orosecute claims in said Courts.? liviuit snecial attention to cases in Bankrmuv. ?. I'. ALLS?. P. >V. MaSRCDEU A LLEN ? MAOR?DER, A TOKNE? AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, SHENANDOAH COUNTY, VA. April. 29?tf ?49.11. WILLIAMS, J. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 September 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD Il FCM.ISSED W?HL? ST MEMANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIBGINIA. WcdiK'Mtlai Sept. 24, 1879. By request o? some of our readers, we publish in this issue Judge Allen's views upon the debt question, as delivered in the House of Delegates, last winter. This will account for the lack of gener? al and local matter as we were com? pelled to defer some articles intended for this issue. Coiupiiiueiitary. Speaking of the discussion in Harri sonburg between Messrs. Tucker & Withers and Kiddleberger & Paul, the Old Comnioniccalth, a funder paper, says, 4> Harry made the ablest speech which has bceu made on his side in Bucking? ham, doing himself honor and winning wann applause ;" and further adds, that " during his speech there can be no question but that he had the house with him, influenced by the able manuer in which he presented his subject and the ski!; with which he handled it." We are glad to observe the many high tributes fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 September 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD wOllDMTOCK T-K. WedsteadMj Sept. 34, 187?. T0W? AJTD OOUHTT AITAIE8. B. & 0. R. R. Time Table.?On ?nd after Sunday Jaue 15th, 1879, Trams will leave Woodstock as follows : MOVING WEST. Through 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 Train Leaves P. M.2:47 Through Freight Leaves P. M.":39 ANNOUNCEMENTS. House of Delegates. We are suthorized to announce Dr. J. B. STRAYER, at a candidate for the House of Dele gtt><?, VirgluU Legislature. June 18th, te. Fok the Senate. We aie authorised to announce D. S. HENKEL as a candidate for the 8tato Senate, in the district composed of Shsnandoah and Page counties. Aug. J7?te. We sie authorized to announce CAPT U. H. K1PDLF.BEK0KR as a candidate for tbe ?late Senate, in tbe district composed of Sheuandosh and Page ?ouuties, Aug. 27-te. Gen. Grant arrived at San Francisco last Saturday. He was rec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 September 1879

,H HERALB ia rcaniHBi) ??sax.?. r?v WEHANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING cr U ^9 jLj '.^?y??tn Plantar and Farmor.l 'interesting Experience? In tbe Cultivation of Wbeat, Best Varieties, Grasse?? Fertili? zers, ?fee., ?fee? BT A NUMBER OF LBADLNH lAUMKR?" (Continued from lest week.) Rev. J. H. Cawtiiorn, Appomattox: I h?ve used the Blue Stem 27 yean sod found it an excellent wheat, bu the seasons xnade it rather backward and consequently it was injured bj rust. I then changed to tbe Bough ton, a good wheat, if the soil is adapt ed to it, not celebrated for a big jrlelfJ but, one year with another, prett fair, Finally, I procured the Fuit; and find it a very proli?c wheat- Whil on the subject o? seed wneat.it will n< be amiss to s ?y I have been tarmin 40 year?, and I have never had smu only uow aud then a bead (so litt!? that ray two sons did not kuow wh: smut was when they were gr?>wn while adjoining farms were ruined 1 it. If calle 1 on to s?y vherefore, all would do w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 1 October 1879

VOL.59? WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1,1879. SHENANDOAH HERALD 1? PUBLISHED WaXKLT JtV MENANDOAH HERALD PU8LI8HINQ CO fitanif -???-, ? .. _- ? . ,:. ?vWsbscriptioH, Two Dollar? par year p.y.bl. In sdvauce. If not paid in advance, Two Dollar? Fifty C.nt? will b? cbarged. Ml communications of a private nature will be ka? d for ?s a advertising. Job Priiitiug. AU kinds of Jab Work done at .bort notice and tks most i-esson.tile rate? J'rufeasio.-iiil Cards. Mosb? Walto?. M. L. Waltos, WALTON k WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. ?vSr-MOSES WALTON ?lno practices in the Conn? ies of Y\%t, VarreL and itockinghftiN. Hiving ?lualilied :u tbe l"istricl and Clrcntt toast? >f the United Stales, iu Virpini?. He is ?reparaal to .roaaent. claims in said Courts.? ilvriasaeectal attention to cane? in Uaukructcv. I. O. ?I.LI?. r. ?V. MA.accxa 4 LLEN A MAGRttDKR, A T/0...\..V AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, BHENANDOAH COUNTY, VA. April, M?tf AS. u. vtii.uams. J. J Williams. VVM. T. WILLIAM? IU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 1 October 1879

SHENANOOAH HERALD is rcBLUiBD *?ssLT r? ?urNaNOOAH HERALD PUBLIStttlNO CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednewdiav Pet, 1? 1870. W A8H1N0T0N, Sept. 10th. '79. Eds. of the Heraus, Gents?Enclosed please find an article written by a writer well kuown to tbe readers of the Herald which contains sentiments, l_..t should he regarded by every true conservative of Virginia. This was written at the solicitation of Virginians here and I earnestly request that you publish the same in the columns of the Sheuandoah Herald. Respectfully, D. F. Spike k. Washington-, 1). C. Sept. 12, '79. Eds. Herald : It Is usually very quiet here during the Summer months, and partic? ularly so at this time when the more exciting scaes in the States have at? tracted the heads of Departments, itnernnt politicians and newspaper representatives?those ubiquitous scav? engers?who contribute so much ofHhe tu dit that makes up tbe esprit ot life to the average Washinglouian. The bot'ils, (iu whose lobbies the great por? tion of n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 1 October 1879

SHENANDO?H HERALD .VOUDSTO?K V-%?. ~~W?B??i?ei.??aj' Oct. 1, 1879. TOWKAND 00UT?TT AFFAIBB. B. & O. EL It. Time Tablb.?On ?id after Suntlay Juue 15th, 1879. fraius will leave Woodstock as follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Leaves A. M. 7:41 Way Freight, Leaves P. M.2:47 Paseeager Tntla Leaves P. M.1:41 MOVING EAST. Way Freight Leaves A, M.11:29 Fassenger Train Leaves P. M.2:47 Through Freight Leaves P. M.7:39 AXXOUNTEMEXTsT" House of Delegates. We are ?nthorlted to ?nnounce Dr. J. B. 8TRAYEK, a? a candidate for th? House of Dele? gate?, Virginia Leg i ?la i lire. Juue 18th. ie. For the Senate. We are anthorltewl to announce D. 8. HENKKI. as a candidate for the State Senat?, in the district composed of Sbsnandoah and Pag? coantie?. Aug. ?7?te. We aie authorised to announce CAPT. H. H. RlPDLEBKRGEK a? a candidate for the State lenate, in the district composed of Sbenandoah and Page .-onuties, Aug. .7-te. Mr. D.S. Henkel will addres? the people of this county, at Hie Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 1 October 1879

FARM AND FIRESIDE. r.V GEORGE GARDNER. Having just delivered my last lot of hogs, which I sold for eight cent? per pound for all those about 200 pounds and under.and for ?even c?nl? per pound for those above 300 poand? and having also bought soms young ones for another year, I fe*l free to write a few lines on Swine in gener? al. It is astonishing how touch im? provement has been effected in the whole swine of the county. The Berk? shire breed is the most fashionable and, as ir the case with the Short? horn cuttle, extraordinary pri?e? are paid for t'ucm to those holding partie?* vint favorite strains, and though there is much borderiug on the ridiculous in the absurdly high prices, it is not altogether folly, since, besides giving great renown to this partienlar breed, it cuises a general respect for pure* bred stock. There are several other really good breeds, and much of th* excellence of the best types ha? been attained by Dnjri'feeding followed up through successive generation*...

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