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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 January 1885

WOODSTOCK, V-A.. FUI!? IV J.iiuiiiry :t?M!i lss.1 GENERAL LOCAL M fa . : .. in Ilia Mr. .1 Mi. G, 11. P mood, of this [.lace, ,lt tinto ih in th? old . i there will be a front M I Wo would snggeel thai a certain young mau, who In... should draw his curtain b< : his toilet. The foundry at Edinbnrj first cast Monthly night, and is nos in full will ?oiniuciici vvoik in ; from ihirri-uiiihtug baa to do with I ilig? ?v Inch one of our i.til.v nianifost la the kl te ! ? ???? m Mr. Miiton Hoove? formed th it I ' A I'.ll, . reea tho ?oil whilst drilling. ed to : ?? -a. ???? ' cap with a dra ?A'bll'b !? - learn thai tiinatoly for th??tii ' '? ? a full ?tock. of ? ? ? ? ? - ? Shetiandiiah I - All ? l fmir-hot?. ' ? that weif ' r'tiiik ' hutch, on the . .?'clock, 1'. M., ami will through the inr. ' m,?Uni,. Aye i - Tin? ..' lady. A iiiinaiiit?. We hope I a the oti ?. .a- ?? 1?, 1?1 . York and Fb?aalelpb s ? at a ver ma. ??* -a- ^ at the si..n: l: Kuiaa-ll, I?. I? <"??"! , K. Kiiivae I.. ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 January 1885

Protect I UK MHUure TIkto is some difference ?if oi>ixi Jon as to protecting manures Again at rain, wind and the exhausting efleots of the sun. Doubtless all these bave au injurious influence upon the manure heap, and it is certainly true that without any moisture at all from rain, it will not be improTed. However this may be, we are very certain that unlimited exposare to the weather will prove highly injurious to the quality of the manure. A leading farmer told us some time ago that he regarded the complet? e.\|>osnre of the manure heap through the winter and until it can be atad In the spring, to damage it fifty per cent. In other words, ouo load of well-protected manure is worth two of the exposed. This seems almost incredible, bat it may not bo far from the truth. There is no question that a sub? ject which so vitally concerns the fanner as this one of manure, and causes him to give so much atten? tion to it, possesses great merit. His straw is not to be sold because it i...

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 February 1885

VOL 65. Wool ?STOCK, VIRGINIA, FUI DAY, FEBRUAR! 6, 1885. NO. 15. 18 l'l'BMtJHKD WKEEI.Y UV THE .?KRALD COMPANY. Sabituripti'i I AMD v 11 vi * per year payable in ailvaiu a. SubncriiitiniiJ, not ]?ai?l fit lime. o? miiIi ?criliiti?; may run tlirr.? month? for re Hut aller, that time f V.Oti will i?e charged without variance lu any cane. All coniuiutiiiai."H? al ,i ttt-totly private nature wiIIUj inaertad mil) a? ?nlveitise meute. TIIK liKKU.lt JOB <?1 M i? complete in every reap? cl, ! room, b tweeii Mailanad nuil Muni - ROOT. i..siuM.ni km:k, ?TTOHlSKi ai EulSIK H?, SllliN'Wliiivil I ~"\Vi.l plaaitnii m ill? ? ' t nan dnau mul ?iljuiuiii,, oouul SBaaaalBr?aaUt-a i?? UuUta lion ul Claima, N.iv.X?ly. LTRlfLBTr. Ja., ?TtUnSiKT AT LAW, Commissioner la uhaucary, M?.UlKMilt, ? ? \ 1M.INIA. f, kl?) 41-1?. JAMfi? 0. BAKER, ?la., ? WITB ha n row ?v ??? *m i> .... law lu p?rU? l???u.rj,l *0 lui 114t. lit. l'-iaoual ?UrLtl u o! tato? Bi.iulxr ui ?M ?rin?.. ;, |l? I ?t. ?OlUl BleJ l? tU,...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 6 February 1885

StjElSANDOAtt titMU> l? PfBIJ?lttl? WKKKLY BT THE HERALD COMPANY. WOODSTOCK, VIH?; INI A. FRIDAY, Feb. ?, IM**, ?apaaaaB.liiiaaiaajiiiaii_MBaaaaiiiaaM.KB_B. (iov. Cameron bas fixed on the 17th of February for the full presen? tation of Virginia exhibits at the New Orleans Exposition. He with bis stafi, will be present. Boss Barboor's organ at Alexan? dria is still calling Readjustment repudiation, and abusing the lie pnblicans of Virginia tor passing the Ridtlleberger bill which the Bourbons, as a party, profess to acquiesce in and support. Carter Harrison and S; Haines, ot the Illinois Legislatur??, think they understand each other. But the real point of intei whether they can stand from un? der each other. Large number of cattle are d\ log in the western pait ot Kaiisa-, (roa the severe weather. Cattle men pronounce this the worst winter known for ycai?. An attempt was made to Mow up the dry goods establishment of (iarry Brothers, New Vork city, by dynamite. The dynamite had be...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 6 February 1885

WOODSTOCK, VA.. FRIDAY, 1 tliru.irj ?Hit ; iss.l HSRAL LOCAL NEWS. [ K.ntfr*?l at the Pa? ? Uli??', al Wa Va., as ?ei-oiid-? ht-?? nut 1er. Circuit C'eurt ?uljiHiriietl bat! \|,unlay, ir baring Ih-cii in -k-m?i?iii ?taw the 5th day of January. We call atteint.in t?. the a?l??rl is? mint of the Tennt???' Wagatat, in c-oliiuin. The c?rit?-i fitiinoof the iiioiiuiiK-iil tu be erecttxl iu the Coufuderate ?>-.., SUUDttlll, Will Im- Util t'U tlie Dill "!' JlliiC. A big ?lock of ladie? drtcM g?m,. will he found ?it J. W Mailui?. Ker. K. 11. Kieunng ?ill prcacii in the aolored church, aBUaaay hi,. 1 ".tli at 3 o'clock 1'. M Mr. Julius C. 8?b? ? la farm on Smith'? Creek, Baal Ms* M, Samuel D. Hupp, fur *71.?><> pat air?-, equivalent to ca?h. A big display of TV Selimit!'?. Call in. Our city father? BIB doing wall but few more street him p.? would be tno? thauklully isaa?TSti and highly s& We learn that the building buoin in tal placo will ooutiuue, a? ,'inU' a 11111111? r 0 n...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 6 February 1885

ta. ' m ~-Um AND FIRESLE. l?-i.-l .?-" Sait For lit?-Slock a t Sait is a restorative, Bfltheltniu tic, antiseptic, antityiiip.uiitio anil Uxuc, and therefore should bo al wavs in reach of every lierbi\onuis animal. It is a natural and phj s iological necessity to them. One animal may require little, the next one a great deal; but without it perfect health cannot be maintain ad in hdrses sud cattle. Its im portance can be seen from the loi lowing physiological facts in con Oection with it :-Tho serum of the Mood containing four to six pat U per thousand. It exista m all tho secretions, and is the chief soun <? . to'the muriatic acid secreted by the stomach. It largely incre.is. the secretions from the gastric and salivary glands ; It promotes the dageaBrom of vegetable food, ami refcd?sr8 R more fit for absorption. Bencet?e greed for salt in all her bivoroos animals, and the utility I of those salt licks to which butlak?, (adBBB/au**a) other wild animals n la Htelland, criminals i...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 February 1885

S-L ,-K?V % A "?% 1 VOL. 65. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDA 'i IS IT ni IWTtr.I? WBEBI.T BT THE HIIALD COM PAN Y. Subscription, (ivi: ?inri vi: Asit \ Hui? lier jear ptiyahlt? in ml? Bl Sulacription* not Bald si time "f mili seriblaa may run three month? fur ra? le partie*. Hut .11 11 lie (iliai'iitsl without v.inanee in .h,? afjjB, All eaaamanication? of a ?tri.-ily private inserted onlj aa :?? TllH lU-.RAU? JOB OFF.? is i oil,; room, I,. ? ?.it |>rt-??eabt> Uoiii. i.om:i.i'I'\i:i', i at Law, El>i??i; H Co., V v. " in Hin cuu ?tian aU?l iidjoitiiiiia ??nu i ?. attenlivtii to Collection of Claims. ?ly? LTWrLUTr, 4?., ?TTC, ? Commissioner la uhancsry, ?s ?? ' m?; i roue, NlT. .lAOKSOX, -, - V II U?T tl-lV. FAMES 0. BAKER, Ji?, t? WITH ItAllTOS at l???Yl>. la? in rt.rtnerthl|. Il ?h?iiaua,*ij itlriM. it" |.,?,.?. of eaeh iu*ii.b?r of tlifc flrui all I , t.?. tatavaaad lo Wiem. '.Va. Ail?r... (AS. ? \Y J D. I.. BOBLM, ? S ?? .tii.li tdgi S B . M i ? .'? I . . ?- ? ? ?mlMli :?rn...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 February 1885

?WITah .??-im pin IJ?ftKP VrkKKLT BT ^2T ?l I II G KA Btf COM PAN Y. ?BOJ . ?*"?r ??-?-''?W-OOlXfTOCK., VllK.ISlA W> .a a-?..? i aaiX. r.e> l?,i^a ? 'l,*r?T?'f?n^,""o^^ Mr. Clevslaad certainly doesn't D? '?tWa-B^iiif'B?.^ to telling o" *'?iera^l.nmvs? ?''?>? . . Ion. iitt?n ' ", ' , uh' . , would leu lifte.1 liotu Wuoi "V' silj , i.tNViiup tbe i?,txr?>i.eeper isn't ad ed btisai^iuktu??. is but-ily wg^ed iu flm.Iisfiwton.^^ other unprotit edl ?Bshlajii'vUsBi>'rii,yv?o, always keep a '?lUtilt.-ki'llnotijH^vasttheiH, ?- Ji ?^^.?.'le' knew oof Treasury is t'"",arr,!o-Jt li.ii.-llriAirrot' today, anil that ?*MOi*rii *,*tHiVS- .?VrWiMrs In tbe State our a(,9?m\- ST-HHole ftte languishing be? oi,,8*w ?*r>irl..?Jt(*.#hi-rs, both male ami ??'Win^.-t'tt.ir -paid. B al bol .. Jou ,?iihii;i-?;j:Ut?,ii?*f itmists uj? -3ai!^?i8Ki,tsa?aJ a* Jiell. W? will have -ii'Vi??B>#iaariti?I???rt(?y witsi the k ?."->? t<Tji??-Ki\?k, ?ml an. he i? ao sargbest oil?|iqbtbt:u ItBvhAM I...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 February 1885

8H?NAN?0j*tt HEB/ttD WOOD8TOOK, VA. FKIItAY, tViirii.ir., l.'ttli ls??.-> QHNERAL LOCAL NEWS. [ KnUsre?1 at the IVst i >;li..-, ?j u . Va., a? ?ecoiiil-i la?* mal I ??m- tiia.i. .1 s,.,,.,,! ?rao favored on Mon? day last with a visit t'tiiiii Mr. W.J. Siln-rt ?vim ,li a ?.i? ;,mttm ? Ant Line in-. Valentine* ?l I!, Si l.inttiV. -?? ? a . ?**? Bttaaii --.omiry ?'?.uninii,,.:.,, under the direction ?.f Ih?- \'iigi. a stock, begiuning F.?!.. P. M. The ?tiiiih.- iiivit?-,, "Bobby" Blown, artiatio bivalve co?ik, t? anxiou? to seo yon at the C? where you can gas) the titu-1 in the laud, doue "Hrowu," ami as large as ' alaphanla' ear?. 1 >r.>|, av A lot of ladir.-t cloak? Will at prime.coat ami bo mint??--, by J. W We art- i. M. (.'. , A. LlUl.i: oITlt? it ? away, i afternoon I,.. . Mr. !!? Hill, tie ?iilt-ut.? fem i..,, ?..-,. ,i , i- . in linn!. ! badly '? awhile, btit ?ve art.? g is BOW doing well. ? of the sale of a ver. Tra-tion Kiii-itie, n saw-mill ? ? well to ; M. II. I...

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 February 1885

FARM AND FIRESIDE. -*?*. Colic In Horse*?? ?as are liable to aa attack of is,?na of the year, but among farm horses this complaint t? iiio.-t frequent ?hiring the Fall and Winter, also when first turn e?l on grass in the Spring. It is l.niuglit on by a variety of causes, one of which is drinking cold water vhtn the horse is heated. The Eng? land fanner who reaches home late at night in the Winter sea? son with his horse heated by exer? tion, and allows the animal to drink from a trongh in the yard with the water ice-cold, then puts it into a cold barn, will bo fortuuate .loos not have a case of colic to deal with in a short time. It is unes occasioned by changing fnorn old to new oats in the Fall of p the years. It is not infrequently occasioned by eating frost-bitttm * Ptover. The first symptoms of an attack of colic isa manifestation of distress, tho animals change their position frequentlv, of lynio m.?almost Immediately g??t ting up again. In afowminnte? ?t, -n? -symptoms arc li...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 February 1885

/?-I BO .v ^. VOL. 65. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUAR! 20, 1885. NO. 17. SafSMlsBOM titelt tS l'l fillslll.il WEKBLT BT TUE HERALD CON PANT. . VMi ? il II." . ? ne mouth? i"! i. liter that tune i without vai any ease. private ii: iii:i;ali) JOB KSEft, Va. ,* -ly. Commissioner In Uhanosry, - VlrlOI.tlA. a. Ma? -' JAM'..*- a BAKER, ?Is., IIA . t \ .\ UO"i t>. nru. will Is? |IVt I ,k,V?. -, JA?. , '?AK.KR, J?. Ma. VV M LU. r- '?'? ' AHURI?ET? AT LAN?. WOODSTOCK, ..NA.NDUAll COUNTY, VA. April, i WILLIABS, ***M. T. fflLUAMS, ?tl'lLLUMBI B>i.'rur.B, ATTORNEYS AT LAW ?VO?DI i"' i?-, va. ?udoah. Rocking u.a., P? ? intl?e;?l?o lak.Ooa ? ! ?Itvjials ai-d inibe ttrl. Btttaltoa gltes I?? ' ? 4 '-?i*. AT L A ?'. lUi-aaad alur -.<, . - VlBOlNIA. iloah, tl yxj i ?Laxa. W?_ ? AW, , May 7 MARTI5, ?KO!?. ?J a liaHTIrTI, . -'tlnlly- lalOraU the BBblll thai ???umed the practlBS Of hi? pro ? all at tin- itor? of r. J. at?: ireoelva rr" ? ti.| D R. B. F. M APHIS A BRO. - I ten tit? in v -t...

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 February 1885

IB Pini.ISMKn WMJlLT BT TH ?HERALD COMPANY. ? nxx, vraflisiA. llllinl leb SO, INI Oh! Ye Hypocrites ! VIK?IMANs, HEAD AND HI I Virginia isiinleed iu a deplorable condition. Kartoum was taken anil Cordon beheaded through the treachery of l'ashas and their troops in whom he had confidence. 80 the gates to the citadel of Vir ginia sovereignty have, been thrown wide open again to the stealthy j and vicious horde of foieign specu? lators upon her misfortunes by the treachery oJ those of her sons who boasted the greatest superior" patriots otid professed the B ardent devotion to the Com:: wealth. Never in the history of any state option, such fraud ctieed by her own eitiaens as in th ?. Today we And the whole debt (lenient being upturned, now, and win nted ? ?I in,I II -flies to s au?. pie - se two ?u :. decided in ? . der. Hen tl:,- S ; -, :.-? ?'?.lilt Of the ' '1 States th eland that the " B berger Coupon Killer No. I,** was not violative of any provision it the C S. Constitution, Incl...

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 February 1885

WOODSTOnr Util? VV, I, l.riiiiij-<>;,, GEN El .: : CAL NF/ [ Kutere.l ,t: Va., s? - Roller Rev U. H. 1 chiir, ' ? Mi - Hat- - Inaugural'":, good on the !'. .?; . other tin. lownl l.y 04 Malin,- K. counl? in? frieinls in tin- . A bin '"* cloeed out at I W. Martin. Mr. A. K. Bolllngswortb . ever. He i?, bow Stock la?ranne c.pi county. Kor the re curing hum.ii be better thau Ay. . Thank- - i Aid Society i, tni': thai who su lib? i Stipper ami t, o . , ? . . auioiiiiteil t., last month ?-, la?t week'? nu-o,. themselves ? it! i ii be a nlar serv . TBe Martha '?'? the ? be !" belch? Why ?Inoi: young ?ail" - sting Would tl"! -;. save her 1. A lot of Udlt at prune cost atal no m Martin. TkbK-S ? !';: twaBt aTtjaa to protect us final i old ' (furs). Wl it croup ? Mi a<l? fuiiK ? The ' alai I ladies, realiz?'.l i ?? from I nights for tlie ! ehurch at ' Lear I ladle? to Bin I ' Roil. Tho the sunken ? . on I . for thai The F ami ? by J. VV. Martin. How open at : tree to all fu? ,y .. ....

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 February 1885

F. ?ND FIRESIDE. I it mi >Ot,'?a lla.e >? uany BnprofitaMs li ?h. iltepose i?f it as -ooa ss pos Hil.lf. UM farm tools and machin? rj Hlionltl now In* put in good rep m for Spring work. A good cow will make money fol lui owner, while a poor one ?ni . t for him. A furrow plowed through .1 WO? m tin? wheat field will often save 11.1 acre of wheat. (?in? great advantage of alwa\s keeping stock 111 good condition Is that it is always salable. N.? better time can be fourni for plowiag sod ground that during the open v?fiither in this mont!, und next. 0 n ion a, cabbage leave? and ?????cry, together with piece- 0. meat chopped line, aie a very valu alile poultry food. ?lay ground ?Intuid never be 1 wbOO wet, luit veiv gra\el ?y and sandy soil may bo without much il;iiii.i?i'. per Staliling is the failli' i' greatest iieeii, and Hie ? mon attenl ? .?ion is oMercd. At no tune and in no way can the larmer do more toward the sin' cesse, nazi \ ear's crops than by bofiaoiog now to prepar...

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 February 1885

/^v 'WW : VOL 65. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1885. NO. is. StttflMDOM ttE^i? m rvBumoto wke?lt bt TU H II! IM PANT. ? \ BALI . luths i"! i< that time . -tik-tly privat? THE HEB LLD room, u R?BT. . . iui:m:k, ATTORNU. \i EniNi. ? . V v. ^?Wul ptMtk i liunli ami Mtynnlng tonn: ial attention tv Collection o? Claiina. . ?_ ITUPLtTT, Ja., j' -? I LAW, Commissioner in Uhancsry, JAM Ik., .-. BARTOK t* liovi). M?v Itk k.V?. W 1?. L BORUM, ( LAW. ALI LAW, JAsTi W ATI LAW >??<. w,\ \. ? ,?J IUIL* : ; r, - A HI!. Kl ir. J. ? m v. or elatna. i\u a MAitrrx, SIR ;i?#??r*n, I > i . In? . i<? fif hi? ?>ro ? ! P. J. M pro ? D R. B. F. M A I'll I.- ? BRO. ? lientlt?! ? ! ? ? ? ? ? * ? ? II 1E86 OLJ ORflB STORE, m WOOOtTOCK, VA u B. SOJiMITT, - - Proprietor r> ;? : N Drugs, Modicinos, Glass, PAIST OIL? l>il -il II, tic. I-I *v O. ? >M I i:. w. BUliK m sura ao?t, BALTIMORE, M!>. i it? ?BBATED IlUNl.AKIANJ llorwe, ? Mille aatl .1 lil.Ut-ii I*ow?f cr?. Tbe b*i...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 February 1885

! *H,i^AM)CMTt 4t?fljtn> ia pcih.imh"ii wkbkly bt WOODSTOCK. VIHCINIA FKI1>IY F*-b. 27. I *?*."> With uniform aud arms the Brit iah have now set out to paint the Nile u uuiry red. General Mahones bill appropri? ating $100,000 to enlarge and im prove the Richmond Custom bouse It as passed the House of Repre? sentatives. The population of some small Siutherii villages is shown in the number of applications that have come from them tor offices under the new administration. The importance of preserving toasts can be better cstima'cd at its true standard ?hen it is known Mr. (leavelatul could not have been elected had there been no woods for him to take to. When the President shall have selected Ins Cabinet it will be found to be made up of names that have been thrown Into the Cabinet Kaleidoscope, and yet it is aafe to aay that no one will huv* goeosod the combination. A Writer in the Pall Mall Ga? ?Otto gays the adopten of clothes by barbarous taces leads somier or later to th...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 February 1885

wooajrojK, va. a?a%ID4T, ? <<brutirj?71h IssS GENERAL LOCAL M'.Ws. ? lana*, al l'a* ah ck, Vs., i--. matter. Premium* fur ^ llli.ci Unis l a Hi.i.un la approaehing the end of it- lint year an an independent journal under its SOW propiiclorship, with 414 more liona lid- subscribers than at the he? gt* iiiR of the }ear. We still want n ore The 11 Kit mi? is the cheapest paper we kni? i i | tbe quantity of read in,; iu.itler it supplies In order to inciensa our circulation still further, we will give to any BMW or b ?y who tarnishes ue the most cash subscribers I or one *e*I at $1.00, between now and May loth, a $?0 watch, to be selected by himself at s watch and jewelry store, and to the la ly wh'i shall do the same, we will give a premium of a ten-dollar breast-pin, ear-rings or other jewelry, to be B by herself at 1> irgelt's. Try it aud see how easily you may steine the premium. We will publish tin? number wut in by each competitor for these premiums, so thsre can Is. iu. ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 February 1885

FARM AND FIRESIDE. tart? ol Lire Stock If tin- tanner; would have Ins BOOM out in tbe spring in ?a th.iity contlition he must not neglect the 'little things' relating !?> their care as well as the essen? tial mutters. Among the other things t lie stock large and small should have easy and convenient - to u supply of food water. It will not do to torn them out of their stalsjes during the day to r about at will to And a wa? tering-place unless some provision of that kind has already been made lot them. They should have pure i possible, and a supply ot it Miilicitnt for the needs of all. .ter nbtained from stagnant . the lumv.ird or other s not Ut for any kind ? k. n?nation is required in the Ion log sheep ami cattle ?ecilom during OoM Ogth of time |>M] nuit tod to run at large M be determined by condition ot the weath itmii of the stable and .;' ?Diisidcrable'/lt'ureo ::ou of the stock itself. ;ho barnyard faces to the - .miv ?lays the stock are lours as much as in cold, stormy...

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 March 1885

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Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 6 March 1885

1 IstVtl? WBEELT BT T ?RU KR AL H COMPANY. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA I UlDAY Maren ?ta*. 1885. \ Voith t'aroliua paper does not v much too strongly when it that good roads ore " a su? preme, necewity." There are renewed rumor* of it among the miners at Poea hontas, and the town authorities have recalled on the sheriff for protection. Uoa, Grant's condition is very et ?tica!, and there is but little hope of hie recovery, lie ?9 consider bo sinking, from a can rarenj affection of the tongue and tu iu at. The temj>erauce idea is to have pupils in public schools taught the effets of alcohol. The boys may lv ht alone to find that out .or the itss-hes. It would be a fortunate thing Tor mtrj if there were no ground to come out and see their sihadow.s at the expense of so much cold weather. (?en. tirant was placed on the retired list on Wednesday, with the toll pay of a General of the \inr,. Now let tbe General cheer ! get well. President elect stole a march reception Committee in i by arrivin...

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