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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 21 May 1879

VOL. ?59. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 21,1879. NO 33. SHENANBOAH HERALD It PUBLISHED WKEXLT ?1 ??HENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CP rar'Sbtcription, Two Dollar? per year payable lu advance. If not paid in advance. Two Dollars fifty Ceuta ?111 be charged. A'l communication? of a private nature will be bar 4 for at a advertising. Job PrintiuK. All kind? of Job Work done at ?hort notice and ?t ? ho most rettontl.l?? ratee dioiix?to:ttil t. an?s. Moa?. Waltoh. M. L. W ait?n \VM .TON ?i WALIOH, Al TOI'. NIAS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. aaTMOmWALTOU tl?o practice? in the Couu ;iet of Pige, Warret ana ltockiiighaw. Hatlat iiuah?ed in the District and Circuit "ourl? if tbe United States, in Virginia. He is irepaied to prosecute claim? in ?-?i?! Courts. ? jivln? e?eelei attention to case? in Brakravtcv. ti. I . IIUS. F. ,v. MAOrn?!.? ? L1.KX & IIAGRUDEK, ATTORNEY? AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, SHENANDOAH COVNTY, VA. April, 29-tf AS. 11. WILLIAM-?. J. J Wit HAMS. WX. T. WILLIAMS IX lUalAMB -?? BROTHtOI ATT...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 21 May 1879

SHENANBOAH HERALD It POttLIIHII. WBZKX.T ?T IHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CC WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. WtMliiiwlHr May 21.187?. leva Items. Mr. George D? Davis, a leadiug mer? chant of Lynchburg, Va., died Wed? nesday night. A water-spout burst over the lower part of Louisville, Ky., at noon yes? terday, causing much damage to pro? perty. Capt. Lawton, of the fourth United States cavalry, Wednesday, shot and killed a soldier o? the twenty-second infantry for mutiny, at San Antonio. Texas. The Fenusylvauia Senate has, for the fourth time, defeated the bill to ex? empt persons who observe the seventh day (Saturdaj) as the Sabbath from the penalties of the law of 1794. It is charged that the saloon-keepers have purchased enough votes in the Missouri Senate to defeat the Moffett punch bill which has already passed the House. Wheat is selliug iu Spain at fr2.1C a bushel, and com at 11.25. American wheat is in demand, as arc,also Ameri? can bacon, pork aud land. There is great excitement in Alb...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 21 May 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD WUtMlMTDCIi VA. Wedne?4**j Jlay ?1. 1ST?. TOWN AND OOUNTY APTAIRS. B. & O. B. H. Time Table.?On \n? after Sunday Nov. 17th, 1878. Trains will arrive and leave Woodstock is follows : MOVINO WUT. Tlirou^b Freight Arrives A. M. Leaves " 7.51 Way Freight, Arrives P. M. '? Leaves '* 2.15 Passenger Train Arrivtw " 1.41 " " Leaves il 2.05 MOVING EAST. Way Freight Arrives A. M, .... Leaves " 11.29 PassengerTntinAmtes P.M. 2.05 '? Leaves ?* 2.30 Through Freight Arrives P. M. ', ?* Leaves " 7.2(J ANNOUNCES!] FOR SHERIFF. Wt ire HUthoriiedtoiniK.unreDAViriT. NFFF, a? a candidate for S'ieriff i f Sbenandoah county If I thould be elected Sheriff, the following par ton? will be my depntiet : L, D FISKII?ISER. - No. 1. u W ?I IM,.No ?-'. I. Fred. S. GOOD,.No. 3. D. T. NF.KI-. April 1??tt. Wt are authorized to announce JOSIVII STICK LEV, at acandidate for Sheriff of Shenaudoah county Should I be elected Sheriff, the following Dim It geutltmen will lc my depntiet : .1. W. r.n K...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 21 May 1879

FARM AND FIRESIDE. Some Facts in Relation to a.iort Horn?. At this race of cattle have become so valuable and 60 widely scattered over the country, something of their history may be interesting to your readers.? There is but little known about their origin and that little comes down to us more by tradition than by any authentic history- ?so far as known with any certainty we find them originally in? habiting that portion of Englan.l origi? nally know as Northumbria. uifiv tin counties of York, Lincoln, Durham anil North uuiberlaud, ami it was along the river Tel s which ?divided York and Durham they were mostly found and principally cultivated and improved.? All four of these counties are a rich fertile country, well adapted to grazs and grazing, a fit home tor cattle, and the Valley of the Lees was the heart ol it. For some ceutuiies previous to the conquest by the Normans, under William the Conqueror, which was in 10CC, the warlike Scandinavians ot Denmark, Norway and Sweeden, iu ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 28 May 1879

- - .- ? mi i. ii an.IM? _ ?s^ssair?-~^~~~~^~~~*~~?~~~~~*^~"?**"*""^^**'*'^"*"M"r"T'^^^^^^^^^.^T*"*"r'~'~~~" - \ V. ~/ J 4 "-*^^^^^?--r?irt_*?- eW?r ^^^m**da0^J' ? ?? 'I t . . ? ' * 1 - i- - '?* 1*1 VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 28,1879. NO L SHENANDOAH HERALD it ruiuinii ?itiLi ?i SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO tarStMcrlption, Two Dol?an per year payable in tdvauoe. If not paid in. advance. Two Dollar? Fifty Canta will be charged. A'l communication! o? a print? natura will be bar 4 for aa a advert iting. Job Printing. All kind? of Job Work done at tbort notice aud ????v.. nu? r*??oT,abt? rate? ?a '. . ... = A'rultsatuwU tjttrtta. Mixes Waltots. M. U Waltoi? WALTOH k WALTOH, ATTOKKEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK. VA. pr*M08E8 WALTON tito prtctiee? !n the Tonn ? ie. of Page, Warret ana Kockingbin?. Having qualified In the District lud Circuit lour?? >t the t'nited State?, In Virginia. He I? prepared to tirot?ente clainit In ttld Court?.? divine uteciil tttention to cite? in Bankru...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 28 May 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD is *?y?M?H?x> wxkilt ?r ?HENANDOAH HERALD PUBLltHINO C! WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednesday May 28,187?. The Election. - The election passed off very quietly. The vote was much larger than Was -x* pectcd. This is to be accounted for by the fact ihat in some districts the lame number oi local candidates brought oui quilu u number of ricads of each, and as the election occurred upon a day that is obsci red by a number of our citizens as a holiday, many attended the election, who ou any other da\ would have remained a borne. The total number of votes polled was 2233. As is always the case, the contest was between a small number. The candidates who can make the impress* ion upon the people that they are strong always concentrate the vote up? on themselves. Some gentlemen who received a comparatively small nuinoer of votes, were well qualified for the positions they sought and were popular, but many people will cast their vote for one of the two leading candidat es, as th...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 28 May 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD WOODSTOCK WA. HodntstlHj May *? ItWt. TOWI AMD OOUKTY AFFAIK8. B. A O. R. R. Timb Table.?On ?nd after Sunday Nov. 17th, 1878. lVaiaa will arrive and leave Woodstock as follosvs : aovi-ero WEST. Through Freight Arrives A. M. Leaves ?' 7.51 Way Freight, Arrives P. M. Lesves ?? 2.15 1'assenger Train Arnyss " 1.41 " " Leaves " 2.05 MOVINO EAST. Way Freight Arrives A. M, .... M leaves M 11.29 passenger Train Arrives P. M. 2.05 J M '? Leaves ?? 2.30 Through Freight Arrives P. M. \ " Leaves " 7.29 William Donaldson was elected direc? tor of Shenaneloah County Bank, in place of S. A. Danner, deceased. The Adventista have nosv settled upon the 11th of July for the final en dins of all things. We have had a number of refreshing showers during the labt week. Our farmers are hopeful. Joseph Holtzman of Edinhurg, desires a new census. It is a bov and weighs eleven pounds. Calico's ouls 5c. at Sperry Brot. T?ere were heavy tros-ts in tome parts of this county last Saturday morni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 28 May 1879

Um AND FIRESIBE. ?r ? tf* ?x<'*,V Short Horae4 muir. From 1750 to 1780. many gentlemen ?long the Tees were engaged In breed - ing and improving their herds of short horns, whose names are found In the first volume of the English Herd Book. such as Stephens, Pickering, Sharter, Witherall. Maynard, Baker, Jolly, Masterman, and a number ot others who had taken great pains with their cattle-. The short horns were now a fixed and established breed and began to be highly valued, and purity of blood highly prized and much sought for. To give some idea of the short horns at this date. I will quote trem Bail v. who made an agricultural survey of Durham county and wrote in 1810. ?'The cattle on both sides of the Tees have been known by the applica? tion of the Teeswater breed." The account he got of them was that they were a large, massive, expansive cattle, with great width and substance, of hardy constitutions, deep in the fercquarter, soft and mellow in the hair and hand? ling, and poss...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 4 June 1879

i ._A.._ VOL. 50. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, eJUNE 4,1879. NO 35. SHENANDOAH HERALD IS FI'RI.TSi?Flt 'VrlKLV BT SHENANDOAH HERALD PUCL1SHING CO *?t*~Sbaci-iptit>u, Two Dollar? pat year payable iuul.a,it-.-. If not paid in advance, Two Dollars l'jity Ulu will De charged. mniuuicati.u. of a pris'ata naturo still be bar d tor as aailvir Job Print in-;. All kind? of Job Werk dear*? ?t ?hoi t notice and it then rale? tal Cards. M. 1 . '?', w ? ? P.SEVS AT LAW WOODSTCK'K, VA. A l?"MOsi.? vssi.T, *? . i in the Coma Having qualirtt-.l I and Circuit rginii. lit- I* Divins - !.. ?. LLEN & MAGttUDEK, ATTOKM.VS AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, SHENANDOAH COTNTY, VA. Apn!. . '!. SSli 1.1 k* ssvsi. t. s. ; 1\ n.i ATTORNEYS AT I IT H. \\x, I I. j V?.. vn ! A w. wi SMi ; x: LAW, Va SV - w 11 WOOJJSTOi A*. \'A. {' B. Kl .V.M \N. .i r r a i: s /.' i' W E< ?N D.I.N . Ri -;?? : l'. J. F ravel, in VVtiod ni* DR. 0. CARTER, Physician and Surgeon, wo VA. OFFICE ?5. RESIDENCE MAIN ST. 0!'P. COUI T HOUSE. ! a ,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 4 June 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD Il ?C*U?HB1> WBBKLT BT kTHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. ?Vednesdav Jane 4, 187* . How rapidly we do progress toward Grantism! Governor Holliday has ap? pointed his brother-in-law of the Time to an office. Well, it is a good appointment. Ma? jor Hunter is worthy and well qualified ; but st'll the Democratic platform of 1876 called it nepotism, and M went for it." Coxsress is about passing a new Post Office bill, in which is Incorporated a number of new routes in Virginia. A number of our readers are interested in this bill, but the route, for which they have so olten petitioned, is not includ? ed. Perhaps it has been forgotten. The establishment ot the new Post Office near Union was not mude because it ?ras on no route, and the establishment of a ncsv route required an act of Con "fress. Nosv that an act for the accom? modation of many places in the State is about being passed, they will feel if they do not g?t the office that their in? teres...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 4 June 1879

SHENANDO?H HERALD WOODSTOCK VA. Wednei-daj June 1. 1H79. TOWN AST) COUNTY APFAIKS. B. & O. It. It. Time Table.?On lud after Sunday Nov. 17th, 1878. Trains will arrive aud leave Woodstock as follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Arrives A. M. " LeaveB ?' 7.51 Way Freight, Arrives P. M. Leaves " 2.15 Passenger Train Amy? " 1.41 " Leaves " 2.05 moving east. Way Freight Arrives A. M, , " Leaves '* 11.29 Passengei Train Arrives P. M. 2.05 " " Leaves " 2.30 Through Freight Arrives P. M. \ " Leaves " 7.29 Col. Win. Bud. ot Winchester, Va., is ill. An extensive slate quarry is being developed on the Valley railroad, near Stauuton, Va. Convai.ks? iNG.?Col. J. II. Siliert. who was paralysed some weeks ago, has improved and his recovery is now expected. Th? ladies of the Winchester Memo? rial Association request visitors from this county tobring with them on the Cth of June, flower?? and evergreens. We have had several refreshing rams during the last week. O.i Friday, we had a line shower...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 4 June 1879

FARM AND FIRESIDE. itr*W Beeaipts for Wttshlng Finida. First:?Take one pound sal soda ; one'half pound "unslacked lime ; five quarts rain water ; put in an iron vessel and simmer till the soda dissolves ; lei it settle till clear, .then dram .off. Put white clothes to soak, the night before washing, in boiling rain water, without rubbing in cold water, m which put a Bpoouful of fluid tor every pail of water ; boil halt an hour, then wash and rinse as usual. Second?One pound of potash, one ounce salts of tartar, one ounce mnriatc of'ammonia. Dissolve the potash In two quarts of hot water. add the other ?usrrcdituts, nod tsvo quarts more hot tratar, vVhc u cool * put in a jug or glass fruit jars. To use it put one teacup ol the fluid to three pails of water, aud add a teacup of good soft soap (or its equivalent ol hard soap shavctl fine.) Place the lcast-soilcd clothes in the boiler in cold water, with the fluid and soap, and boil fifteen or twenty minutes after they begin to boil ?th...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 June 1879

-*.~ -????? ,**?>-a. i ? i ?? y tsuaasi a i i i .? .-a., - asMMW.i ?,j.**.T,.ir>l. ??.?.*? ?as. VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JUiNE 11,1879* NO .36. SHENANIOAH HERALD IS fUSUSBEIi ?IIXLI ST ?HENANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO tW*gb?criptlou, Two Dollars per yesr payable la adTanoe. If not paid in advance, Two Dollar? rifty Cents will bo cbsrged. AU communication? of a private natura will be bar d for as s advertising. Job Printing* All kinds of Job Work done at sbort notice and at the mont reasonable rates Jfrofessioruil Cards. Moses Waltos. M. L. Walton WALTON A WALTON, ATTORXEY8 AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. rar MOSES WALTON also practices In the Conn* ties of Page, Warm, and llockinghan?. Having qualified in the District and Circuit Courts >t tlie Halted State?, in Virginia, lie i? art-pared to prosecute claims in said Courts.? iivlng suecial attention to cases in Bankruuuv. u. c. ata?a ?. *v. u>?mh,ix A LLEN & MAG RUDER, ATTOli.NKYS AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, SHENANDOAH COUNTY...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 June 1879

SHENANBOAH HERALD I? PUBLISHED WSML1 ?Y ?HENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO """"WOODSTOCK? VD3GINIA. Wednesday Juste 11, 187? i .. ?-'. News Items. Aa Anti-Grant movement has been started in St. Louis, with Hon, John B. Henderson, ex-Congressman Finkeln burg and EmilPretorius, editor of the Weltliche Post and p.utuer of Carl Schurz, among the leaders. At a con? ference a few evenings ago some of those participating even declared that should Gen. Graut be nominated for a third term they would abstain from voting. Mr. W. J. Digger, assistant clerk to the Virgiuia House of Delegates, is quite ill aga.u. ' The dead body of Samuel Howe, a farmer; ubout seventy years old. aras found last Monday m a field near his house in Vetvango county. Pa., near Pioneer, and the testimony at the cor. oner's inquest points to oDe William Miller as the murderer, the latter hav? ing threatened Howe's life on account e>f alleged intimacy with his alle. Ofti* ears are looking for Miller. Wallet Bechwilb, six...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 June 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD Wt?OI)8?OCK WA. WcdueHdaj June U, I8T9. TOWN AND COUNTY AFFAIRS. B. & O. R. R. Time Table.?On tnel after Sunelay" Nov. 17th, 1878. Trains will arrive anil leave Woodstock as follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Arrives A. M. Leaves M 7.51 Way Freight, Arrives P. M. 44 Leaves " 2.15 Passenger Train Arrives M 1.41 " ?? Leaves " 2.05 > MOVING EAST. Way,rrcight Arrives A. M, _ " Leaves ?? H.29 Passenger Train Arrives P.M. 2.09 " Leaves ?? 2.30 t rbrongh Freight Arrives 1*. M. Leaves ?? T.'J'.i John Woodward, living near Spcrry? ville. Rappahannock county, Va., com? mitted suicide Saturday last by bang? ing. dicers who were elected, but failed to qualify, can do so Ik lore Judge Culvert, at New Market, at any time before the first day nl duly. i ONCKBT.?A concert for the benefit of the Anderson (?uai Is will be given at the Court house by Prof. Uuseld'a Mu? aie class, on nest Friday and Saturday even Strawberries.?Our office ha? . placed und n to Mr. .1. W. Wen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 June 1879

FARM AND ?RESIDE. s??-1^...- I III 11 n Kqftstakaud Cue-?mWr Poo ta So much has already been said and written about the common squash bug., (Jna?d trist is,) that ?t seems ont of place to take much spsce with it hare. Up to the time my winter squash vines bad begun to spread well, sending out vigorous shoots in all directions, sud the young squashes were from three to six inches in dismeter, no insects bad molested them, but within a few days they were covered with squash bugs, in all stages of development, from the young just hatched, seemingly all legs and bill, to the old bugs, parents of the broods. This was during the latter part ef July. I had two kinds of winter squashes,the Hubbard and Marblehead. The first of these were nearly killed by the bugs in less than a week from their first appearance, and considerable damage was done to the Marblehead variety. Their attacks extend from there to the summer squashes, and to the pumpkins, but the damage to these was not so great. Besi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 June 1879

mtk? VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18,1879. NO 37. SHEMANDOAH HERALD ]? rUBLISHF.P WirSlT B1 ?HENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO fjrsbscription, Two Dollars per year payable la advance. If not pa?l in advance, Two Dol?an Fifty Cenu will be charged. AM communications of a private, nature will be bar ? for ai a advertising. Job Printing. All kind? of Job Wor> done at shot t notice and %f .v. ... ,?. ,???ov?>,)p ratea OB i roitAuuufmi t.iirds. Jfosis Walton. M. L. Walton WALTON at WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. UT*MOSES WALTON also practices in the Couu 'ies of Page, Warren ana Rocklnghaw. Having qualified in the District and Circuit Courts Jf the United States, in Virginia. He is ireparcd to prosecute claim? in said Courts.? 3ivingaDeoial attention to cases in Baukruvtcv. H. C. Alles. p. *. Maori PFH | ALLEN & MAGR1IDER, ATTORNEY H AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, BHBNANDOAH COUNTY, VA. April, 29?tf A3. 11. WILLIAMS, J. J WlLUAHS, WM. T. WILLIAMS 1Y ILL1AMS k, BKOTHEK ATTO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 June 1879

Hm?mmm?im?i?mm?mmmm.?.?i ? i SHENANDOAH HER?ID H PVBLUUEK ItttLI SI WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. WedneHday Juuo 18, IS79 The Canvass opened. Tbc canvas? for the next Leg: has opened. Wc make the fir nounccment in this issue. Quest Which the people oftiie State art interested will be committed to tl resentatives who will be chosen next ?lection. Thcs have no doubt, be discussed befoi people at their respective voting \ The time is still ample for a full c: of the county. We elect but one ! sentative. instead ot two as herel A Senator from the district compo Sb?nandoah and Pace, is al-o chosen. As Page has ' ad the list, we su] | ?e there will be n< didate from that county. will not lack for men who arc will seyc the district. Several names been mentioned in this gentlemen wl > are wl :;? : :?> s will, we haw m. doul -. am salves :u doe I A Dollar for 75 icnts. Last Thursday we ; dollar bill to tl. point for n ticl^ onburg. change w< Iber mo two Mexican silver dollars at 90 c each...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 June 1879

G" SHENANDOAH HERALB WOOl)STO( K VA, Wc<liic?<lay JuiiolH, 1870. TOWN AND COUNTY AITAIRS. B. & O. R. lt. Time Table;?On ind after Sunday Jod? 15th. 1879, Trams will leave Woodstock sa follows : mov? NO WEST. Through Freight Leaves A. II, 7:11 Way Freight, heaves P. M.2:17 Dger Train Leaves r. M.lili MOVING EAST. Way Freight Leaves A, M.11:89 I\is<on<;or Train Leaves 1\ M.?...2.47 Thronsrh Froi-ht Leave* 1'. M.7:SQ ANNOUNCEMENTS. House of Dbxeg mis. We arc ?nth irtst I * Or. .1. 1: STRWKe. a* a candidat? i i Um (jtt.?. \ ature. .lau.- l??h. to. Rkligiovs Notice.?Rev. i;. 11. Fleming will prea:h in Mt. Jackson on the 5th Sabl a;h of this month, Tlu appomtment made for the tth Sabbath Is recalled. Religious.?I will preach, God will, ing. on the Sunday the 22d, i- - Calvary, at 10J o'clock, and al II < lie. in the afternoon oi the same day. at 3 o'clock. (?. IL M aktin. Large Shake.?Mr. Samuel ?hall, o! this place, killed, last weeky a black snake which raensi fei t a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 June 1879

FARM AND FIRESIDE. Short Horned Entile. The date of the first arrival of short? horns in America is uucertam. The Beet reliable account ?9 that a Mr. Heaton, a butcher, came to America in 1775, and settled in New York. He in following his trade, finding how far in? ferior the American cattle were to the shorthorns and their grades he bad butchered in England, returned to Eng? land in 1791 and purchased some short? horn cattle from the herd of George Culley a noted breeder near Grinden. Northumberland, and brought thorn hack with him to New York, bat no history of these cattle was kept after they arrived in New York. Mr. Heaton went again to Kurland in 1799 and bought a cow and bull of the Colling brothers and took them to Wcslchc?ter, New York, where he resided, and it is suppostd that the first cattle he im? ported wont to the sanie place, but nothing certain is known about that. What finally became of the cattle is not N' very superior cattle wore f.?.- many years kept and known i...

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