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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 May 1878

la ?'vAV--^,f>-z>. -W-atfV.^bA?^ ' T./"" ?"?''?rw '? VOL. 58. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MAY, 29 1878. NO. 34 SHENANDOAH HERALD I? FUBLllBKH WIKXLT BT BHCNANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO tUT Sabscriptioo, Two Dollars per year payabl. tu advance. If o.it pail in advauo?. Two Dollars as? Fifty Cents will be charged. All o miaani.-atioui of a privat, ail ire will be ebsrg.d for a. a advertising. Job PrinliiiK. All kind? of Job Work don? at sho> t notlc. and tt th? meat reaaoBBbl. rate?. 1'rofetsional tttrds. A O. WYNKOOr, AT T O UNE Y AT LA W, Olle? ea Main Str.et Oppoiit. the Court Home. WOODSTOCK, VA. Will practice in the courts of shentudoah and adjacent enuntie?. tiv ?Special attentioo giveu to the collection of claim? and all legal bu?iur*a tn trusted to bit care. Sept. Stk?tf. Will bb in Mt. Iacisos on Thnr?t?y, Friday and Saturday, before the -nd Tuesday of each month, at Dr. L. H. Jordan's Drug Store. Mots? WtLTOII. M. L. Waltob WALTO? It WALTOX. ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 May 1878

SHENAN?OAH HERALD tS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT ?HCNANOOAH HERALD PUBL1?.HING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednesday. May 39, 1878. *--??_-_a. *????*.- a . !fewt Heai?. Fifty dollars a head is the ?um that the executive committee of the republi? can campaign committee, has fixed as the tax to be levied upon each republi? can member of congress. Federal offi? cials arc not to be regularly assessed as heretofore, but a circular will be ad? dressed to them asking contributions ac? cording to the amounts of their salaries. If this rule is adopted, K. B. Hayes must pay e5000. The following is from the schedule of the premium list of the Virginia State Agricultural Society : Horseback rid ing by ladies being a wholesome exer? cise and a desirable accomplishment. the sum ot'?l?O is appropriated for first and second premiums to the the best lady riders?the first premium being a lady's saddle, bridle and whip ; and the j second a riding habit?the articles to be selected by winners. The tests will be the...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 May 1878

S?IK.VANDDAII HBltALD *.V?>4?i> .-?'I'?KMl VA.. H cilii4-r.il a y H513 -.???? ?s'> TOWN AND COUNTY AFFAIBS. ?? , ? ? h? ...... , ???? ? ? j ?at B. ?V O. R. K. 1 ?mi: Tu hk.?On and after Sunday Nov. 18th 1877 trains will arrive and leave Woodstock as follows : V\ KSTLKN UOl'Xl). I'm Yit train leaves A.M. 0.21 l'a-? tiger '* '? P. If. 1.41 freight ?* " P. M. 2.39 t.\?i'EKX BOUND. r'relght train leaves A. It- 10.18 Passenger ?' bit?vss P. M. 1?8S ? leave.s P. M. 1.50 Freight ** leaves P. M. 9.06 Freight trains leaving at A. M.'.V_'l P. M. '.'.Orj respectively run on -umiiiy-t, .Mondays, Tuesdays, Thurs and Saturdays only. All other rains daily except Sundays. All regular trains have passenger cars attached. X i: w Ai)Vki;ti.?,kmknts.?P. J. Frsvel offert s full itock of Dry Goods Groceries, and every lue of goods kept in lloros in this Valley. He extends a cordial invitation to all to examine his ck and ascertain hit price?. duo. R. Wiermanadvertitea a stock! i : Groceries, Die...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 May 1878

FARM AND FIRESIDE. Rye Tor Creen Sanare. MM. J. KOM I Kit. The experiment which 1 tried lust tall iu sowing rye lo be plowed under this spring is a decided success. The rye already covi rs tho ?.round in a dense mat mid by the middle of May will give several tons of green manure to be timed under. Much ol this will be water; but for the crop I intcud to plant (potatoes) a goo*, supply of moisture i? ?jjmit? as important as fertility. I more alan half believe that one reason why potatoes are a better crop on rich soil than on poor is because the rich soil retains moisture better in summer droughts. A he/ivy growth of rye turned under in May will decompose rapidly, furnishing both heat and mois? ture to the growing crop. Even as early as this. 1 can see that the rye is helping the land. Its net-work of roots draws moisture from the soil which is thrown off by the leaves, antl also gives coniiderablc drainage. I can walk over a mass of rye in early Iprtng, while bare ground plowed in t...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 June 1878

YOL. 58. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE, 5-1878. NO. .3.5 8HENAND?AH HKRALI? * I? PUBLISH?:: ?TBKELT BT aHENANBOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO tsT" ?ulstcrii'tiou. Two Dollar? per year payable la at.?no?. If not pvi 1 in alvauce, Two Dollars ibS Fifty Cut? ?rill be charges!. AU o .rarauni :*tima ot a onvato iiatu.-,? ?rill be ?hargtd f??r a? a adver-ising. Job Priutiu-e. All kind? of Job Work doue at ?ho t untie? and at ths most reasonable rat??. I'rofi tsioti'tl I tirds. V G. WYNKOOP, T O HNS Y AT I. A W, OH?, en Mil? Street Opposite the Court Home. WtXIMTOCK. va. \Ti 1 }.racticc m the I urls of Suensudoah and adjacent c. .untie?. 1-*?" Special atta-ntiiiD given to tl ?? ?1st ns and a.i legal business .Ltrutle 1 to hi? care. keiit. Mk-tf. Will i>a IK Mr. Jacks ?? on Thiirslty, FnJay and Saturday, bof.tre Hi- ml TllSasUj Of ?Mb aaonth, at Dr. L. U. tna?tafa Dtma, store. Mosss Wai.tor. M. L. Walton IITALTOH * WALT? 15. T? ATttJASmtt AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. ?V atOUa wai.ton ?'.?" practices...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 June 1878

8HEN1HD0AII HERALD I? S?ILIIBID waiILT BT SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. V edneiday Jnnc 5? IS78 {Foreign Ren. DEATH OF EARL RUSSELL. London, May -$.?Earl Russell died at 10.50 to-night at his residence at Richmond. Alarming symptoms and prostration comtnencetl at two o'clock t'iis afternoon. The death of Earl Rusiell remoyes from English politics the venerable of Knglith statesmen. Lord Johu Russell ? hi was not elevated to the peerage until 1861?-was the third son cf the sixth Duke of Bedford, and was bom iu London August IS, 1792. After fin? ishing his education at Edinburgh he traveled in Spain and Portugal, the reit of the centiaciit being about that time disturbed by tho Peniusularwar, and at toon as be reached his majority came into Parliament ni a whig for the family bertugh of Tavistock. This wai in 1813, sud his lubsequent career covers more than half a century of active po? litical life. He advocated Catholic em aticipataticu and carried it, and carr...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 June 1878

SHENANDOAH HERALD WOODSTOCK VA., Wetini'ttliiy Jiiiic.yih 187?. TOWI AKD OOUUTY ATFAIBS. ?l-l?i". . . ? . . . ??? .K^S?EO B. & 0. K. K. Time Talbe.?On aud after Sunday Nov. l?Sth 1877 train? will arrive and leave Woodstock as follows : WESTERN UOUKP. Freight train leaves A. M. 9.21 Passenger " '* P. M. 1.41 r'reight " " P.M. 2.30 EA8TERX BlH'XD. freight train leaves A. M 10.18 Passenger " arrives P. M. 1.25 " leaves P. M. 1.50 Freight " leaves P. M. 9.00 Freight trains leaving at A. M. 9.21 v*d P. M. 9.0G respectively run on ??uudays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Thurs lays and Saturdays only. All other liains daily except Sundays. All regular trains have passeuger cars attached. New Advertisements.??dward Bushohg advertiscsAtichor Brand Fer? tilizer. He invites farmers to visit hi* farm to see a crop of wheat that was raised with this fertilizer. Haas ft Uro. advertise a grand ope u:ng oi new goods. Call to ses them. John Saum Sr. advertises desirable property at private sale. Insikakck....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 June 1878

Pastures and Butter. The local requisites for the manufac? ture arc pure air, cold running water, i utl a sufficiency of sweet, nutritious l.erbage. Fresh, ri<b, juicy iced will t ol?ante both the quality ami ouautitv t.t milk and butter. The requisites l.?tincd belong gnurally to somewhat elevated or hilly iLlricts, rallier than to those of an opposite ?baratter. A rolling, elevated country, hilly otten times, abounding iu springs of pure cold water, and drained by clear, ripplim; striant flowing over gravelly or rocks beds, constitutes the predominating character of the beat dairying district* ol our great country, so ianioua for it? ?Jolry producU. On sue h latid the best and sweetest aataral grasses are pro thatd in the greatest luxuriance, ami nd in the best milk-producing qualities. Another essential is a change oi posture. This is coutrary to the teach inga of sume; but from actual experience we are able to say it ?a a very impor? tan i item in the li?t of neceasari?? re q...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 June 1878

VOL. 58. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE, 12 1878. NO. 30 SHENANDOAH HERALD ts FCBMHHur. vrar.at.T b? SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO gaT- flaBsoriptiou, Two O illara per year payable in silvanos. If not pal 1 in a Ivane?, Two Dollars sat fifty Cents will be charged. All c ?raranak-atiin* .! a priv*'.. nt<-e will to sharped for a? a Bdvrrtisiii?*;. Job Prlt-tinir. AU kluda of Job Work done at ?Uoit notice and ?t the most reasonable rate?. Profettional Card?. A G. WYNKOOP, A T T t) It X S V .4 7' LA W. O?sa en Main Street Opposite the Court House. WOOaWfUCK, va. Will practice in the courts of sUtuaudoah and ?tlJBceut counties. tf Special attention given to the collect-. oa of slaimt and all legal basiness entrO*t??1 to hit care. uei't. lita-tf. Will bb in Mt. jAoasoa on Thttreday, Friday and Saturday, before th- had To. ?day of each aiontb, at ?>r. L. H. Jordan'? Urn. Store. tawaTsTH Walton. M. L. Waltos W fALTOS k WALTOS. attorneys AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. tar-JIfiSlS WALTON ihM ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 June 1878

SHKSA.N'DOAII HKRALP is rcaiasri?D WEl.SLT BY SHENANDOAII HXRALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTO? K, .. WcdUCrsilaj af?ate 1*, ISsTa* Do we Xsrrmnr Tt'itao-;t tarase. To response to a request of , citizens of SuuntoiY tl dtr U. 11. isuurl bat gif? 0, '.' kugth, his ? ? u tiou. Mr. Stuai'.'- reara Ufkti cauic ol his lar?.*e ex}*erieHc? n. ? great s tody and thought be ha stowed sjsor. this and kindred qnrs afptjbl What ' this sol --??-: ta, ami must rr Cstifa, the attention of the remit'-.' | - < ? pie of the Talley who hare known bim so ?sag and to well, to .?ay avotlilut. ?f the prestige which 1rs ItOUOred name carries throuirhcut t.ur Stale and Country. We hire nad the letter carefully, an! a? a journalist we may with becoming clifl-tkn' *. lame question, from tsVi same stand? point, notwithntandiit; ls?agreat <!'.?? naritr "Between writers m all thai ii.uld attach weight or importance to our views. ?.-.nhaticsily, but with a deference tstovnting almost to rerrr?>rir-e, Ma*. ^tuart...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 June 1878

SBENAXDO.Ul HERALD "W?OD-STiK W VA., Wedneadui Juuc5th IST**? TOWKAKD 00??STY ATFAIIS. JJ. *. O. ft. k. Time Table.?O? and after Monda;. -June lOtb, 1878, Trains will arrive ami leave Woodstock as follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Arrives A. at. .... " Leaves ** *7.*1 Wav Freight, Arrives P. M. .... LcBTes i.1? Fassenger Train Arriv?e " 1.41 ?' '? Leaves li MOVING EAST. Way Freight Arrives A. M. Leaves " 11.20 Passenger Train Arrives V. M. 2.Ci " Leaves " L8Q Through Freight Arrives P. M. ?, " Leaves " T?_S Through frsight runs Mondays, Wed? nesdays and Saturdays only. All freight trains have passenger ears at? tached. -aWL__1?1 Frost.?Ou last Friday morning, June 7th, there was frost iu this county. The toll gate Removed.?The toll gate was DSBved to the lower end of town, yesterday. Rev. Bowman, pastor of this circuit. Colored M. I.? Church, died in Stras? burg, on lastMoudav. Notice.?M. Geary is prepared to furnish liquor 1er Lan, sting the as cheap as it can be had ;n the \ ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 June 1878

FARM AND FIRESIDE, Boltllen of f rots?Some Benefits of. W? B. WHITE. Farmers occupying a virgin soil, find Very little necessity for resorting to any particular mode of tertilizing it, in order to prodace good crops; neither do they pay any regard lo the laws of rotation, although these are essential, as is found in aller experience. For experience teaches that if any one variety or family of crops or plants be constantly taken from the same soil, without making any adequate return, the land, sooner or later, fails to yield a return, at all in proportion to thej.xpaose of production' whoreas when a variation, or ratatiou, of different crops on this same soil, is practiced, a more *?atisfactory return is had. In all of our older farming dis? tricts the original system of culture is necessarily greatly changed. My memory extends not near as far back as that of many others who may read this yet it reverts to a time when much of our land was devoted to grain crops of ? afionie kind. It ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 June 1878

, 58. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE, 19 1878. NO. 37 SHENANDOAH is ?um. SHENANDOAH HCR . If i tad F:: . lob Printing;? All kiu.1? at the ni"-:t T I.. \\ ? .1 T T <> . Office on Main S:i ?, vf \V< Willprs ? claim- ., .1?if. l\ 11.1. and ?Uturd :_ into, at l?r. L. H. J M ????- \l . tXTALTOB k WA1 >> WOOl i LLEN & ATlVK.v i SHENANDO J l?. 11. Wll i.l \ \TM. w aTT >:: WtV r. ?.. .... H? II. RU ? ? ?r e ur. ( m:uu i i ? L. BORDEN A 1 ? 1er ?..If. -' D' M A R T 1 N SURGEON jg rapt ?ttention (? IA3I1 - P. M. J M. JULY, CABINET lTndei*tn it ha? an Won-: .??t?. X . ' W AMI':. Infrf:ivrl ?> rhi^.'j". ?? the cv?,.?on of ? buil iln j . the travel!n : T1IETAI?I.F. ?trill 1 with thu beat tl n? ruins shall he (| at -neata in this .!? ,? niE BAR avili b LI ?.i'.r?. ? fall Rye whisky, (the only I ?aid in the county,).in ; wlaniftg a pure, art;.-!" for Jurors at' ? fnf their fee.? per ng i in paym- nt il i jirn<l. Miv I t VITA3-I.fi A ! disease.a 1 Dec. 20 PBXBII $45 DIR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 June 1878

SHENMDOAH HERALD I? FUBI.I3HSD WIKT.LT BT BHENANOOAH HERALD PUBLl'lHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wedateaday Jume 19, 1878. Trcaioa In the Camp. Tired out at last with hurling such epithets as rogues and repudiators at gentlemen who have the manhood to repudiate a bribed contract and the honesty to pay what they owe and no more, the coupon shavers and boud speculators have taken up the natioual yell of conimnaism aud are hurling it with all the force aud fuss their "stop thief" lungs can give it ; to all of which the taxpayers are turuiug the same deaf car which they nad for the pulpit desccrator.? aud tuppenny legal descan tcrs who have harangued them for lo ! these many years. Not even Miss Mauiy's patriotic appeal to the coun? try women for donations of their butter and eggs to redeem a fraud which they had no hand in perpetrating, in the least disturbed rural equanimity. Not so. however, the developments of the last fi i might. As soon as it was noised around that the sappers and ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 June 1878

SHENANDOAH HERALD WOODSTOCK VA? WeduMflay Jnue 19th 187?. TOWSAHD 00U??TY AITAIBS. B. A O.K. it. Timk TAni.K.?On and after Monday June 10th, 1878, Trains will arr'iTe anil Rare Woodstock as follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Arrives A.M. . M I.SSTSS Way Freight, Arrives P. M. Leaves 2.15 Passenger Train Arriv?e " 1.41 " Leaves 2.M XOYINO SAi'l. Wav Freight Arrives A. M, " Leaves " 11.29 Passenger Train ArriTSs P. M. 3.05 " Leares " 2.30 Through Freight Arrives P. M. 4, M Leaves '* T.H'J Through freight runs Mondays, Wed? nesdays aad Saturdays ouly. 'All frsight trains have passenger cars at-j tacked. Snow.?The mountains in Rocking? ham were white with snow hut week, aad in Harrisouburg dying flakes were noticed by serue of the citizeus. Accident.?A little son of Mr. W. C. Barron fell through a trap door into the cellar last Friday. He.bad his In? fant sister ie his arms at the time. Fer tuaateiy both escaped without serious injury. Do You Wan't a Good Watch! Read the advertiseme...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 June 1878

FARM AND FIRBIBE, TSe Jersey Cattle. ? / Assong the buttci hrecds.the Jerseys I stand first. Of this there can be no / question or doub. The quantity of uiilk yielded is very satisfactory when we take into consideration tue size of the cow anil the quantity ol food con? sumed; and Um quality o? this milk for butter purposes, is certainly unsur? passed. We shall not stop to go into the history of these purely phenomena) Jerseys which have occasionally pro? duced extraordinary quantities both ol railk and hutter. Such coats are to be found among all the otee Is, and even also among the mongrels and the scrubs. The Islr a vi y low yields, ac? cording to our information, rather less than three gallons of milk daily, when fresh,which quautity of miik produces aboutoue pound of butter. Certaiuly wc hsve Known many Jersey? which greatly surpassed this yield, ami wc have at the same time known many ?.hers that fell greatly below it. We think that 500 gallons of milk and 20? pounds of butter...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 June 1878

VOL. 58. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE, 2G 1878. NO. 38 SHENMDOA?? HERALD IS ?UBLlsnKr. WEEKLY t? BHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO faW" 8abson..f: ei, '1 ?.ayablo ia advance. If not p ?nd Fifty Oat? w?! AH c a a charf:?d for asa edvt i Job Prints?/*;. Alt kil at tha ?aosl A Ci. WYNk A TTO R A* E 1' A T L A W, Offica on r'a;> Courl Houic. Wu S.V. win ; ? ? ? adjacei a?tf. Will I ?il ? S 1 ILTO?? WTALTOS . ?.T LAW WOOI VA. ? A'ii. LAW, BHENANDOAH COI? NT Y, Va i l ?.?. II. W1L1 ?.IAMS, W ATT?i.NKVS AT LAW VA. ira-: 1 ;:. Ib? rj.u. ni H? II. RIDDLEBERGER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ? VA. . ' ' . - Tr*iij.i\ WO V ? ire Both .. ? ,AW, Naa? Va i - ? ? . L. ' - ???m. ? toe :-. Il - t D B A Res] ? ?1 VI - ;?ti I .'if. HlftEY, Jm CABINE! Tu tit? ri st* - i'l.iN - Chairs, : Wei-Filled. '?""Ail a Jal? IS?tf. ( X M. RID1 I EIAYI re i .,?v: - NEW GUNS \ IN HAN!? FOU SALE. . dose ?I? Mil &c. fftn'i an.I )'. mar. 3!, IN'S HOI K V?. w improved am:-;. i ru. Iaereaaei Dema?.*.* of Pnhlio PATRON . fa!? ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 June 1878

SHENANDOAH HERALD I? PUBM8H?D WIKELT. BT ?HENANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. ?Veduosdny June 8e? 1878. A yankee corrospoudent of the Cen tral Ohio News, has been visiting tue "old fields,"and is giving the results of his observations in a series of letters. At Strasburg he stopped at the Hotel and thus speaks of Ins interview with his land lady. "I sat down to supper uext to my hostcs?. There were two others, who soon left, which left the lady to me. I improved the opportunity by entering Into conversation with her. She had lived during the war furthei east, at winch time she was ?juite a young lady. Then her father and grandfather had plenty of "niggers," servants to do any? thing for them. But the war had swept away their "niggers" and made them poor. She said ucaly all are poor now, and have to do a great deal different from what they formerly did. Then, and even long since the war, a lady couldn't do her own work and be takeu into society. Every lady had to keep...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 June 1878

SHEXAXDOUI HE??A WOODSTOCK, VA. Weducatlaj June 20th l?7S TOWJAND OOUlfTY AFFAIRS. B. *% 0. K. k. Tims Table.?On ami after Monda] Juns lota. Trains will sitivs sad leave H as follows : MOVING ' Through Freigbl i.H. " ?? Loaves Wsy Freight, Arrivss P. M. Leaves " 2.15 Passaager Train Amvsa " 1.41 " ?? Leaves MOVING BAIT. Waj Freight Arrivss A. M. Leaves ?? 11.2S Passangai Train Arrives I'. M. 2.05 ?? " ?? Leaves Throng)) Freight Arrives P. M. ', - Leaves " 7.ID Througb freight run- . Wed? nesday? and Saturdays only. All freight trains nave passi nger ca tachctl. Rake.?Hughi have a few raki - foi sale. Thacrop* the price of Iinj la c< ti low. An obituary ofCapt. 1>. \V . was received to - lat this . ?reek. STOKES tO BE Cl chant? of Woodstock h agreed to Aaj of July. Our Corporation Tl U tracted for eighteen paving on our sti Mr. Joba S. Hi has received th< work Front Royal. Episcopal v; ? K. Mason of thi preach (D. V. of this U A. M. and - P.M. D. D. II menee a demand for wl ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 June 1878

FARM[ANDFIRESIDE ^-?- :?aejsr*t' * * fiar *?,^?y^f!?~*tf**r*AJaSm\w*VJm^ Frail Culture. On page 227, of the April No., your valuabls journal, rcfering to t! fruit statistics of the Stal e of Illiuoi fer the year 1177, you ask, 'Why V ginia aud North Carolina, where 11 climate is so much better adapted fruit culture, and the facilities I marketing as great or greater, do n show a result iu this direction even I praxiuiatingthat reached in Illlaoii Now, why ask tais question, when y have, in the main, answered it iu th tery issue? After reading pages 170 and 177, the April issue, do you suppose any o will ask the reason ot the success of I French orchardist and gardener? V trew not. But there are sonic, that carry a vary strong afflrmatic and we are ineliued to think w that when you ask ?are. we a lazy pc pie:' Undoubtedly we arc. iu f matters of detail. We are ; willing, nay glory in tarming tbeusai acre-plantatious and losing 10 to per cent, on capital and labor each year, but when ...

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