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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 March 1878

j VOL. 58. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH, 20 1878. NO. 24 SHENANDOAII HERALD is ruBLisHi.i. rauti.1 si 8HENA.ND0A.H HERALD PUBLISHING CO IST* S4l>*eriytf>n. 1"*> ?ollars par -warpayabls eso*. If i .t ..1 1 i i i l.-.i i - -, l'wo Dollars <ad ifty Cents wUlba oharged. ?11 o n n ei . il ? i it ire t charlen t<r as a adveriitsiiii:. Job l'rintiiiK SU kiu.l? ol lob M . ? t notice aud the most reasonable rates. t- (;. WYNKOOP, .1 T I M N -V K 1* AT L A il'. Otfiee on Main St-?ct Opposite the Court House WOiiDST'lH'K. VA. ISS11 r*ct ice ?a iiit.c.urt? of sbenandoah a-u! adj "-eut a saattaa, ;?' ?p-.-iu a'te.iU .?? giv. lion et' ? etaiiuHaad? egal baalitaas anirosti it.-.? care. Sept. ...ii-tt. ??? hl ..sil lr. ?Slbd?y?oi mj: .? m ..?:j At Or. 1. II n*aa s M ? >.- ?Vai'.s. M. I.. it" ll iO.N k I W.T m, >> AI rOUNEYb A I l.sW lV00DM?H'K VA. 'sl> .? si I o\ e* m m.no ? ? ? ?. , lue . lilt ; -' ? In ? lit ?,..-. nil litten i U.KN & M \l?BIIs)KK. AT TOlvNhVS A...

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 March 1878

SHENiKDOAH HERALP I? rOLISRtS WIEKLT BT ?Hra4ANnr>AH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. \V?Hlu?Mlay. March 20 1878. The school? Teleea-Ths feileres Appro ved. The Luc? eased appropriation? of $25. (?00 to the Virgiuia Military Institut was very promptly approved by Goi eruor Holliilay ; also that of $15,000 t Blackiburg College, aud b)I,000 to th Richmond Medical College. Observe her? the consistency of tli Governor, who vetoed the bill whic simply said that the School-fund shoul uot be paid iu coupon?, because frei schools are rather a "luxury '.hau necessity." The appropriation to th Institute was $15,000 a year until th last, when it was made %$25,000. Th public debt increased. 'The public hono in peril," the Irce school fund shot #383,000, to money in the treasury, th State borrowing of the banks to pa governmental expenses, aud this schoc steps iu for au additional $10,000 fror the public treasury. The same Govci nor iiolhday who says wc must educat our sons in sound ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 March 1878

SHENANDOAH HERALD WOODl9TOCK_VA., Hr-dut-aJay narota 20 1S7H TOW? AID OOUNTY ATFAIBS. i _j i B. A 0. K. H. Time Talrk.?On bud afterj>uuday Xov. 18th 1877 train? Will arrive and leave Woodstock as follows : WESTERN HOI'NI). Freight train leaves A. M. 9.31 Passenger " " P. M. 1.41 Freight " " P. 11. 3.39 EASTERN BOl'M). F.clght train leaves A. M IO.I?? I?i?B<;ager " arrives P. M. 1.35 ** leaves P. M. 1.50 ?tjtgtit " leaves P. If. 9.0>? Freight trains leaving ut A. M. 9.21 P. M. 9.06 respectively run on '?days, Mondays, Tuesdays, Thins tUya aad Satunlays only. All other traius daily except Sundays. All regular trains have passenger cars attached. ?SSJSS-B'-'?SEH-^^ Sale ok Pekso.nal PkuI'Erty ? Luther Xceb a?lmiu>trator ofV.&.l. Neeb will sell a valuable lot of Peraoual Properly ou Thursday April -Uli 1S7^. See advertiswiueut in another column. ? Do you want (iikai? GOODS*? Head the advertisement of M. Coliman who proposes to sell goods front this date, at reduced price...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 March 1878

FARM AND FIRESIDE. Th? renaaata.*? ot irtlDral Fertillaer*. Permanent GratA.?The application of artificial manures alone, containing nitrogen, phosphoric acid, potash (with some other constituents of known little effect), for twenty-two jcars in suc? cession, has given an average annual crop of hay of nearly three tons per acre. Twice during the period, a second crop has been cut without further manuring; and it has on each occasion, yielded nearly 2 ? tons more. Permanent Wheat.?La like manner, artificial manures used alone, supplying nitrogen, phogphoric acid, and potash, have given an average, over twenty flve years, of 30 i bushels of dressed grain and more thau two tons of straw per acre per anuum. The produce of the present year was 40 bushel? of dNSSet. corn, and 1 ton 14 cwts. of straw. No dung has been applied to this land for 38 years. I'trmantnt Barley.?In a similar way artificial manures alone, coutainiiiii nitrogen ane phosphoric acid, without potasli, have given an ave...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 March 1878

VA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH, 27 1878. NO. 2.5 SllE.\AM)OAIl HERALD (? PUBLISHKl? ?niKKLT BY SH?NANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO IsV" sai?cripti >u, Two bollarapar year-payable i-a a Ivmee. If a ?t i>ai I i'i i tvaaoa, Two Dollars ? nd ifty Cents ?rill b? efcaV! Ml ^ '?oniuui-e.i ' il-. 'I a ;?:?-.vatj ait ire will be charged few a? s advat Job lM-iiitint;. All kinds if .I.'o ?V.rh .hnie at ?bo,t notice and the most raaaoaable rates. l*r>h tut on il < tints. A G. WVNKODl'. A T T a it S /.' 1' AT L A W, OtSc? on Main Street Opposite tho Court House. \V(H>l>STlVK, VA. Will practice in tbecoart. of ?*lt adjaeeat ?? .nut ? i*~ -pvi?i atteuti.Mi given toi ? i atina? .?ml a . legal bauuea. entrust? 111 als care. Sel.t. '.lb?tf. Will Ht is I'. I ,-?<-.? >n I'tiur-lay, Frida) ?lid Satitolay, Before tb? nd Tu??d?? of t-acli al l>r. L II J irdaul Draj Store. M MB? VV.i.io-.. M. !.. VV.,Li?>? 117 VLTOJi S WAI Vi i .l.N'i'.Y?. VT LAW IVOODM'IM'K. VA. ;?-'M ?si:.- v vi. I ? in...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 March 1878

SHENANDOAH HERALD ra PT*BH?Hei) wckxlt bt RHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRG INI A. W ?.?enday. March 37 1878. The CessRremise ltd. After Governor Holliday w.oui the Harbour bill aud Ihe School bill the legislature by au alruoat auauinious vote adopted the Governor's compro? mise bill for refunding the debt iu bonds bearing 3 per cent, for IS years and 4 per ccut. for the balance of fifty years, if f?hrt "HI Otttfi if. This is what is called readius'meut 'honorable to flic Stale aud satisfactory to the credi tois." Iu other words it is satisfactory U the creditors because they cau take trader it or not ?is they piense; they will not ptetm nod th rt lore they are ?ati? ?cd. That it is "honorable to the State" we must emphatically deny. There is tjn millious of our debt iu uufunded. or in "peeler," bonds worth but ? fraction over one half the market price of the "consol," or funding bill, bonds. Before the funding bill passed our bonds were nil on the same footing. Tnese ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 March 1878

SHKXANDOAH HERALD WOO DHTOCX VA., ,?edu,'s..?ny March 37 1878 TOWI AND C0??NTY AFFAIBS. 1?. it t>. 1!. B. Tins Talbe.?Ou Sunday Nov. 18th L?77 train? will arrive and lea\*a Woodstock as va : \S 1.S.?LUN I'.OlNIl. it train leaves A. M. 9.21 ugei. P. M. 1.41 ? " P.M. 2.39 ilA.viKUN BOTJXO. t train haves A. M- 10.18 iger "" arrives 1'. if. 1.25 " leaves 1'. M. 1.50 " leaves P. M. 9.06 iht trains leaving at A. M.9.31 i'. M. '.?.Oti respectively run on s, Mondays, Tuesdays, Thurs aud Saturdays only. All other ... xcept Sundays. Ail regular trams have passenger cars . .1. ii ?ii????*???a?a s? iiiNu. ? is- v. 11. M. ?Mute, Ol r, Va. will preach iu the . ... church of this place, next1 ii .. i_ and night. - Notice.?Bev. John K. : of the Episcopal Church will in the Court Bouse next Sabbath..' k A. M. aud 71 o'clock P. Mr. Charlei Hess, ol j id his arm broken and re-; other injuries a few days ago' ?lurking ou the River Bridge, on ! ; dlan 1 railroad. I. 11. II? in* !?., i had his hand . ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 March 1878

FARM AND FIRESIDE. The lands m Southside Virjfinin are proverbial lor being worn out; but at? tlic subsoil is, for tlie most part.astronir r?'(l clay, the., an? quite susceptible r?f improvement. To this end stock raising anil mixed husbandry are esseutial re? quisites. The subsoil ?.hould be deeply stirred with the subsoil plow, and a little turned to the surface at each Fall or Winter plowing. Some of the com? mercial manures are valuable auxiliaries but home-made manures must be de? pended upon to enrich our lands. Tobacc?? It the stable of this section, and when lUcultivation is abandoned, except under peculiar circumstances, failure ha* been the result. The best grades always command remunerative prices. Plant ?v> more than can b< heavily manured and thtvoughly culti? vated. Un a farm afone hundred acres there should le about eight acres of arable land. About five acres of moist loam (uot wet) should be sown in timothy for a meadow. Other grasses may be mixed ? ".ih it to...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 3 April 1878

J&?^^ VOL. 58. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 3 1878. NO. 20 SHEXAXDOAH HERALD I? rt'BLISHMi WBKBLV BT tHENANDOAH HERA?.D PUBLISHING CO IF" Siiii-n.Ti-.tmti, Tw> Dallar? per yearpayable i j ? W n?-e. If n ?t n ?i 1 in a Iva'uf, Two Dollar? ?nil ifty ?Vent? ?ill be chai?-oJ. All c ?ram tuiiti ?us >l a ariv.?:- uatjre will be Oaarged for as ? advertisiua. Job 1'riiitiiiK. All kiuil? of Job Work J'uo at afead uotice aud tbe ? '?t r?aainiabla ratee ?'ni utionui < ,inU. ?... WYXKOOP, A T T (> II .V /; Y AT I A W, vJfRoe on Main Street Opposite the Court Home woonsiMcK, va. Wi 1 practice a the e-nirt? if sbma'adoah and ad i .cent lii'linlHa t-aT* .?pocia: att.vit: ? i Ri\t-!i to t'i" Ca-.'ii.-vtion o! clal'u? aud a i legal bMlaaM eatroatad to bis care. Sept. ?ib-tt. WiiLBCiN \( r. lA..'ii*.?s oa Thurslay, Eridsy and Saturday, before the nd Tuesday of each mouth, at Dr. L II Jordan's Uruj ?store. M >??.? W>i.r.?s. M. L. Walton feJ|r.\LT01? .v. WALT .S. \1 T?BNEY8 A...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 3 April 1878

?SHKN\C.I>OAH HKRAL-P is euBLisaai? wir.iVT ur SHCNANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WnniKi'iR'K. Vine INI A. iVcducsilay. April M. 1878 The School BUI. The following remarkable article ap? : ?n the Winchester Tii ?Wi ? ? ao fean?atioa for?. ? ?jkJJoafe pa] c-r?that thu I'nb : thai ?sooatj have .-lo-ci the It t'..i-y bava doua to tiuir action has h. I , l ou ?li cutir?- uiiscyuceptiou ot tiie real dirhVnl '.:'.-? '- urn, taboc, : A) |.,al. l.a.l alivady Cockled that aa ?rail unathtr purposes? payab.ela>emporta, 'lhe aaaaaaj blurould ..'U m?r furiii?L. 1 tl . -.-. to keep lhe ???h, oh opea, ad i ? .-..! lb? otlxrcounties "t ?be ?all?.? * lioual ?niendtacui for I liioi tck o.-iiinty Bach au ?raend I bah tho e) Ject ??'ii:h th. ?II w. I th. a difflcoltv an i . 10 wit, all the rtueira ipport. ition for the statement - o misconcepti m ?Last I r cent, of the . which they were entitled to di? itc channel ?and . payment of interest upon An examination mt??* ial condition of the . that there...

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

8HE.WD0AH BBRAIJ WO?D*iTiiCK VA.. Uoiliiti lay April Jill IST** TOWN AND OOITNTY AIFAIES. H. 4% O. H. It." Til? Talbb.?Ou j and after Sunday Nov. 18th 1S77 trains will arrive und leave Woodstock as follows ; WKSTEKN bWVKD. Fieignt train leaves A. M. '.?.-I Passenger " '? 1*. M. 1.41 freight "' " P. M. 2.30 tASTEUN I'.OUND. freight train leases A.M. 10.18 j i assc-ager ??arrivas P.M. 1.251 ?? leaves P. M. 1.50 , eight ?? leaves P. M. O.Ooj Freight trains leaving at A. II. 9.21 land P. M. O.OtS respectively run on Sundays. Mondays, Tin?sdays. Thurs day?) and Satordnys only. All other trains daily except ."?uinlays. All regular iraiushave passenger cars attached. ?.iti.NK ?Our peaen crop lor lc-7c<. ?. i have not yet ?ecu inn- peach tree In bloom. is rr Bo . Th? re is a rumor that our town council are going to do something when they meet-in the sweet by and : bj. III.?Capt. -las. N. Swnnn of Ediu burg, we regret to lean: is quit? ill. He en suffering for some time from i disease 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. — 3 April 1878

FARM AND F?R SIDE. iirn. lecm'- Reply 'o Cel. Ma-hinjtitD In rt'?.i\ . ? ihe i.uut'st mad? by Col, Wasiimgti ii. of Carolins county, in your . an number, to know ?rbo sold nn w< : ia?t Sprint*, u gives me pleasure to -? iti that M irs. Bullo k & M?nder. ol? rniludclpbia, wool commission mer? (?hauts, ?ere the partit ?>. it ?s a great mistake for any larmci that is breeding sheep with improved V.ooil iu then, not to let s regular woo] ru? ivliant sell bis wool. The discrimi natlon of the difl'crvnl grades in bis clip? is made for him by this experienctd judge, anil be receives the benefit, j^ lu mv sale la>l Spring, the wind (f tbe half bred Cot s wolds brought 4l cents, while that of their mothers (common sheep) only l rough! . "> cent* m the market. I was only offered 27 cents for my whole crop by the home tit alera, corroborating tlie statement ol Col. Washington, who only received 2* ceuts. Messrs. Rulljck & M?nder, whoa written to, ?1!1 si nil to any ? a the ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 April 1878

I 11 ?.ai ...a.?.. . I ?? i a.n i i ? .a?, ?sa. >^w^T%^ VOL. 58. WOODSTOCK, VA? WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 10 1878. NO. 27 SHKxXAaDOAH HERALD I? ru*t.i?Hit, SttlU BY ?HENANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO IS"" Subscript!.?!, Two Dollars ?p?r yaarpiyable In ? twice. If not mi 1 in a iva'ice, Two Dollar? tad ifty C'eut? will be ehsrc???!. All c "Yunuui?ati.us of a privat? uxtttr? wife be chargeai for a. a advertising. Job .?riuttnjc All kind? of Job Work doue at ?lio-i uotlce and the most reasonable rates. Prof lOiOeMll 1 <//</?. T G. WYXKOOP. .4 TTU II S E Y AT LA W, ?" ffice on Main Street Opposite the Court House. WlRlIlSTOCK. VA. Wi 1 practice in the courts of -iteuaiidoah a?.d adjacent e. .untie.. iW p-vi?l ?lleutio'i given in de col'e, tiou i4 elai'ii? and a leg?l business entrusted to his care. Sept. jk-tl. Wim. ?a in dr. Lex* >s on rhurslay. Friday aud Saturday, tief re Iks, nal TutWday ,?f ea.B nwuth, ?i Ur. LU .1 rdan'? Drugstore. il .-?> W.i.if.s. M. U Walt ' \\' . i.t-is fe...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 April 1878

SUENANDOAIl HERALD i? rcBLisHEp trsaaisi by SHENANDOAH HERALD PU8USHING CO WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. UoducMlay April 10 l?T? Wl publish in th:* i?"siic the ?h of the court of appeal!? upon the ques? tion whether lines arc payable in cou? pons, lile court decides thai lines can be paid in coupons. It isa ?jiK'stion of interest from ttie fact that lines were applied by the constitution of the State to the Literary ?uud. The decision ap jvcars tous to establish tin. idea that the funding bill is superior to the constitu? tion of the Suite ami Ihat the constitu? tion itself,srheneviT it is in conflict with the funding bill, is unconstitutional. Wc alsopubli?h the dissenting opiniou of Judge Staple5. Our readers who '?an not agivo with Judge Staple* can lind tlici'.' ideas expressed by Judge Christian. The much mooted question la now set tl?.?.I by a decision of our Supreme Court, and. whatever our in 'lividual opiuiotis may be, it is the law of the State, nnlesa '.he ea?c should be carri-d t...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 April 1878

SHENANDOAH HMI WOOtKl'tlCIs > A. Ui?ii:s?lay April 10?h 1* TOWN AND OOITNir ATFA1 15. ?St ?. li. U. Time Talle and alter Miiulay Nov. 18th 1877 will arrive and leave Woo?lsto? follows : W1--3TEKN BOL"NI). Fieignt tniiu leaves A. M. ! Passenger " " P. M. 1 Freight " " P. M. '. EASTLItN BOUND. freight train leaves A. M i *?.s?.-i!0"cr " arrives P. M. " leaves P. M. .?rgnt " leaves P. M. Freight trains leaving at A. M h.'ul P. .M. 9.M respectively ru Sundays, Moudays, Tuesdays, 1 days and Satunlays only. All traius daily except Sundays. All regular trains have passengei Rtt?iche?l. Fix*. Lick.?Mr. S. Turuer another gentleman of Frotit 1 caught SO lbs. of Bass iu IWO ?lass. Food.?Uu court day, a v clam and two keys, The owner i*et it by applying at the 11 El ot.ice. The ILirrisouburg barber is lot fot a live lotvn, in svhich to do bttsil We ?sould not be surprised if be a follow the (IrUULtisls. ??W-.'.jdsLo.k ;* sick so we send 1 new Piiarmacist."?Tha. is the llarrisoubuig cousole? ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 April 1878

[From the Sob'hero Planter ana Farmer.] ticrsral Bansea ?a Sheep BuaoaneJr?. The advantages of Tidewater Vir? ginia are so many und d? valuable in pinny industries, that it my be fon aldsrsd sup? rfluous to make any an\ ?.u^cstions in that direction; but ohser ration and a small experience, lead BSr to write a few lines upon oue branch of stock raising, which appears to be tntirely neglected in the Tidewater region. The caption to this article is suf? ficiently indicative without further il? lustration of its intent, but ths means and methods may sad can be fully ?Itmonstrated. All farming operations art more or less tedious and full of de? tail, and the quickest crop or production requires a half year to show results. I purpose ?jiving some data as to expen? ses and the same relation to products upon sheep husbandry, and will begin. BS it were, "ab ?to." The farmer is without sheep and has wry little capital. I will be>;'tn with if H'U cash and the forage usually found upon a fa...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 April 1878

am?oal. VOL. 58. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNE8DAY, APRIL, 17 1878. NO. 28 8HENAND0AH HKRALh 1? rtlBMSIItp ?JTCKKLX BT SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO :?r- s i.-.-.i lia.i, r*> i> ?1 *i? per yearpayable i i ? 1. ? u-i.'. If u>t pal 1 in a Ivauce. I'wo bollar? '? 1 Btj tc.it? will be ehai-ged. ? 'a n iai?ti>a?it a nnvU?i i-?t ir? will be charged It a? a advertising. Jot? 1'rtiitiL'K? All kinds of Job Work done at ?ho t notice and the most reason a!?!?' rate?. Profi sstoiial * arett, \ (.. WVNKODl'. .1 T I o U .V E Y AT L A W, ? tri.;; on Main Street Opposite the Court House. \VlMI?SHH'K, VA. Wl 1 |,ra-?:ce .u the court? of ?lienandoab a?id il c untie.-. IM~ -p.-citi attention given to the collection of -- iitnistc 1 t . his care. Sept. . Will.?? is <Ii. lacaaua <>n IhursUy, Friday ?ud Sat.i. la?, Ik I re the ud Tuesday "f ea-il a! Dr. L. II Jordan's Lsrag Store. M ?-i.- W.LI..N. M. U Walton U* , l.l"\ ft 'A.U.I' IS. VI lOl'NKY> fel I \W U?)l)l?U?i'K. VA. jara ??:.s ??...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 April 1878

SIIKNA.A?OAII lll-RAIH is reauaaso * ?cur by ?HENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING r W(?(i!)s'i'.V!s. VIHGINl \. ?Veflnottlay April 17 IS7.?.. *iews Hem?. In the House, Mr. P a joint re?olutioa lionalaiuen luieiit,? bichprovides ?li?t al? ter 18c*0 tin-i'' shall : Congres* m every two ; convened b) ii..- Pre . . B?00 appropriation bill, atessJ.'.J* .574, s t? bated, without fln il.. During a recent I. K. Trimble, of l nlsim. ?-? . I ? X ('.-,.. tin.- lad es of ih it town ma I presented him with u ' repret Confedi-rai with it a c-rn wollten honor tin .. I ?encrai repli paying .1 warm 8 Kith. A letu r bVom lia the compl . not been ; anil it si - ? pr?sent in trnusacliou i formerly belllgereut parti. . y ouly two insurgent h a 1 Mace?- aud Yicenti t'O they demand p - army, but the t? rms warrant any - Ihn '.!. ? d. berries poseed ti Northern mark South Carolina, an i patent ice A letter . Patrick county say?: night a sham I? - ? Mr 0 Cl ll'.Hii ?." A very : 1 . A lady ? - : the lin vos thi re ....

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 April 1878

8BBI?AND0AB HERALD Wt>? O-w*lH ><?.?: VA.. Vl-r-alnoada*. April 17.1* IST?4? TOWI AHD OO??NTT ATFAIBS. L? B. ?t O. R. R. Timk Talbe.?On and afterJSuuday IVov. 1 Stlt 1^77 train? Will arrive anJ leave Woodstock a? follows : WESTERN BOCND. Fieignt.traiu leave? A. M. 9.21 Passenger ?* M P. M. 1.41 Freight ?' " T. M. 2.39 alAbTBKN BOUND. r ?'lglit tram leaves A. M- 10.18 Pussc-nger " arrives P. M. 1.25 " leave? P. M. 1.50 ?.?ight " leave? P. M. 9.0?* Freight trains leaviug at A. M. 9.21 ?rid P. Si. 9.06 respectively run on Suudays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Thurs days sad Saturdays only. All other trains daily except Suudays. All regular trains have passenger cars attaches. Parties who are unoer the impression that the hog-law is a dead letter, will bt convinced of their error by paying a rule ?ftwoor three dollar*. Millinery Gnous.?Sea the card of Mr?. HrSBStlwet ?b Ibis ???us. She is pre?.?red to furnish every thing needed in the millinery or dress-making line. I*. S. MaS-SHAL.?Host...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 April 1878

FARM AND FIRESIDE. TlM T?a?ai?. CHARLES B. DECK NEK. The writer ha? devoted considerable ?mention to th? cultivation of the Tomato, first iti the State of Wisconsin an! for twelve years pa?t on ? market ?arden near thi? thriving city. Con ?i-Jered either as a fruit for the table, or as a product for market, it is worthy ot high esteem. It is healthful in its effects and as agreeable to the palate as it is inviting to the eye. As n reliah. it is at the breakfast table the peer of that delight of the epicure,?the cautaloupe. Served fresh from the vine, it i? pala? table and wholesome, while it may be servad as a cooked dish in half a donen different styles. In the vegetable sea? son, no table is complete without it, and 110 canned fruit is more acceptable in winter. Add to the good qualities already mentioned, the immens? yield of the Tomato, and it is not surprising that the subject of its culture is reced? ing ?? much attention. The time for planlinc varies with the climate. The Mar...

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