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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 June 1879

Un.! llil ?um.. ??. ^??.... .... ... . ?illlill .'.< . lil ) Wgm~ ? >: VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA.? WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25,1879. NO 38. . --*?*- ?. U-.-^7te*?*n SHENANDOAH HERALD 1? ei'DLTBH?-!! WKFKLt BT ?SHENANDOAH HERALD Pin? isHING CU i*T*Sbscriidion, Two Dollar? per year payable la advance. If not paid iu advance, Two Dollar? Fifty tenta will bo charged. All communication? of a privat? nature will be jar d for as a advertising. Job l*riu.iiig. All kinds of Job Work done at aboit notiet und It'1-" N^se ro?.o,!ftW rates / ruH*mu:*ui 'unis. HoasaWai o?, M. I.. Walton \y ALTON A; \VA ATTOEXEYs AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA, SWMOSl'.S WAI.TOX ?'so practices in the C< uu ? 1'age, W?rter, ano Bi Having ((iialitied in the District and Circuit Courts >i the Vnited Statt?, in Virginia. Be Is ?reparad to roaeonte claime in said Courts.? .living special attention to case? in Danknudcv. H. t?. MIA r. .%. Me-tiiiii: ALLEN k MAO RUDER, ATTORNEY H AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 June 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD II ?OBLIBHIB WBE1LT Bt SKErUNDOAH HERALD PI'?" 1SHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. W ednesdav June 25. 1879. Xews Item?. Charles Henley's extensive flout mill, at Carthage, Ind., was burned Saturday night. Loss $15,000 ?Gen. Longstreet, after a good deal of fiuauclial alversity, reported to be mak? ing money at keepiug a hotel at Gains ville, Ga. Hill, who killed Simmins, at Atlanta, G a., for ruiniug his wife, has been found guilty of murder, and will be sen? tenced to imprisonment for life. The house of Samuel Miller, near Moutoursville, Pa., was burned on Monday night. Mrs. Miller perished in the flames, and her husband was so bad ly burned that bis recovery is considered dotibt'.lll. The body of a colored woman has been kund in the North Anna river, in Louisa county, Va., with rocks tied to the head and feet with a grape vine. General Walker, who is to supcrin tend the United States census of 1880 estimates that the population will be between forty-six and krty?seve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 June 1879

SHENANPOAH HERALD WOODSTOCK VA. WeduOHtlay June 3.1. 18T9. TOWN AUTO OOTOTY AFFAIBS. B. & O. R. 11. Time Table.-Ou ind after Sunday Juue 15th, 1879, Trains will leave Woodstock as follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Leave? A. M. 7:41 Way Freight, 'Leaves P, M.2:47 Passenger Train Leaves P. If.,.,.1:41 MOVING EAST. Way Freight Leave? A, M.11:29 Passenger Train Leaves P. M.2:47 Through Freight Leaves P. M.7:39 WBE^^?WB^^mmm^mmmm^????????"? ANNOUNCEMENTS. House ok Delegates. We are authorised to announce Or. J. B. TKAYEK, aa a candidate for the House if Dili t*tee, Virginia Legulature. June 18th, te. Cherries and small truits of every kind, are very abundant this year. Tin market is well supplied at very reasona? ble price-*. Prof. S. C. Litdsay, formerly Princi? pal o? the Woodstock G railed School, will opeu a classical school in Stauntou next September. The brick kilns are growing rapidly. Soon wc will have plenty of brick, and who dares say, we will not have plenty o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 June 1879

F?RM AND FIKESl?E. Our Crop Reports. To be able to estimate in advance with a fair degree of accuracy the prob? able yield of various crop-* throughout the countrv, is of no small interest to the agricultural community, not merely asa matterofcuriosity, out also because sucli foreknowledge, wisely utilized,will enable the farmers to sell their produce to greater advantage and conduct their affairs on better business principles.? Xor are the farmers the only people interested in this question ; for there is no class in this conutry, nor, indeed. In the civilized world, to whom the Amer? ican harvest is not a mutter of great im? portance. To the railroad and shipping interests, and the whole carrying trade, an abundant harvest means a prosper? ous season and large dividends; to the mercantile community it means an ex |}Dsire business on a sound ba? the manufnetnrers it means large sales and small losses ; to the laboring it means plenty ol work and paying wage?, ami plenty of food at ...

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

lilil? VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2,1879. NO ?9. SHENANBOAN HERALD ta Vv-tUtaTS? WBBBL? BT SMISASHt-OAH HEBALD "Mibm 1SHINQ CO a-t**Savscri-!<*t?a, Two Dollars par year payable la sdiaj.?.. If aot paid la atlvaac*, Two D.llar. ItfljC.-iU wlU b. caarg.il. AU ooaUBBBklUon* of a privat* natur? will be air 4 for a* a ?d T?rt iting. J?s? Prtntlua;. Ail kiala ?f lob Work don? it ?bort aotic? mil at ta? saos? raaaonihi. rasas ? ?? i ??'?,' ' , ' -= Professional Cards. M?*?? WaLTO?. at. L. Waltos WaSXTOM S WALTON, ATTOHNBYS AT LAW W-OODSTOCK, VA. ?WT MUSICS WALTON alao practice? in lb* Conn. :l*a of Pag?, Wirret ana Btx-kinghan?, Hating at-allS*?! in the District and Circuit jourt* -f toe Uiiited Btste*. In Virginia. B. 1* ?r*T?*?-??. to pro-ecut* claim* in said Courts.? llT?a*T?t??c??l?ttrutioo to caienn BankruotcT. B. U. sxtas. r. ?V. Mamvpia A LLEN k MAO RUDER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, 8HENANDOAH COUNTY, VA. iBstt.li ai .'AS. U. WILLIAMS, J. J WILLIAMS, WM. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 2 July 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednesday July 2, 1879. The people of the United Stalei will rejoice on next Friday, becauae it is the Fourth of July and Congress has ad fjsfjjTaMii Would it not be well for the Prei iJent to consider whether be has the constitutional right to approve an appro? priation bill, which givea to one man $*>0.CK>*> w-We-b justly belong! to another!" The Ohio democrats are confident of victory this fall. The contest will be a lively one, as the influence of the result will be greater than the Immediate result ?tsein____. ?' '"?' ' "*_ Gov. Holliday has removed the political disabilities of Robt. C. Ould, sentenced to jail in Buckingham county for shooting W. M. Saunders. Young Ould is a son of Judge Roubert Ould, of Richmond. Thk death of the Prince Imperial hat thrown F.ance into a state of political agitation. It was a tevere blow to the Bonapartut party. All pa...

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

SUtNANDOAH HERALD W OO DHltlCK ? A . H>dlit'M?1ay July 3. lK7t> TOWNJflS) OOUUTT APFAIBS. B. .fc ?. It. It. Time Table.?Un \nd after Sunday Juna 15th, 1879,] Frarts will leave Woodstock as follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight leaves A. M. 7:411 Way Freight. Leaves P. M.2:47 Passenger Traiu ?.eaves V. 11..... 1:41, MOVIMO EAST. Way Freight Leaves A, M.11:29 Passenger Train Leaves T. M.2:47 Through Freight Leaves T. M.7:39 ANNOUNCEMENTS. House of Delegates. We art authorized to announce Pr. .1. 11 8TRAYKK, t?a t candidat? tor the Home ?f Dale 3uta, Virginia Legislature. Juua 18th. te. If you want to purchase an excellent Geiser machine, cheap, attend court at Woodstock, next Monday? Dr. P. S. Riddelle will sell one at public auction The corn crop in this section is very promising. The average is large and ?hsartwlli gooi^. A good season in ?1 ulyBapd.-ABgoafBril 1 inturc alarme crop. UAWPBiaotlEs.--R*sp,.>iiT?es are very ul this season, Our enterpris...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 2 July 1879

FARM AND FIRESIDE. How to Apply Maatttres. Successful farming depends sojlargely on'making the soil rich that the beat ^Stfrtrjas ot doing this are necessarily mat* Tiers oP*thc first importance. The most natural mode is to apply manure on the suifacc and let rains and snows carry its substance to the roots of (liants. I am not sure that we ha?a bettered this plan, l?ut.long ago it was discov? ered that decaying manures last some of their ammonia by evaporation, and it was'naturally supposed that unless this decomposition occurred in the soil, this ammonia was wasted. Hence the gen? eral practice, until within a few years, of getting manure under ground as quii-klv ??*?h*pssible. But we have leVirnerMsSHT facts about manure. Wi?^B?cspB*cil over the surface in fall or winter? evaporation is very slight and very little ammonia is gives off. Most manures are largely composed, so far ?T vclue is rconcered, of mineral ele? ments, lime, potash and phosphates, which cannot evaporate and mu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 9 July 1879

VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1870. NO 40. SMttJMiJDAH HERALD IS ?tBLISB-SD WlkBLT ?J SHENANDOAM HERALD PU*? ISHINO CO tVgbtcrlption, Two Dol?an per year payable lu ?d vanee. If not paid In advance, Two Do Hin Fifty Cenia will be charged. AM communication! of a private nature will te bar d for u t ?sdvertish.?. Jak Prlatlnaj. AU klsda of dab Work doae at abort notice and at the '"rot reetonar.il? ratea frotetstonal t.'ants. Mosbs Walto?. M. L. Walto? WON k WALTdX, ATTORREYS AT LAW w WOODSTOCK, VA. |sT*MOSSa WAIT OX ??.so practices in the Conn iaeof Paga, Wirrer, toa KivkinghtM. Having ii?aliAed in the Dlttriet and Circuit >mrtttf cae Vnited States, In Virgin!?. He it rrtp.real to pfoaeciite claims in aahl Count.? HvinK,tr>eciilitteuHi>u to caaetiu Bankruvtcv. H. ?'. Wa, ?? m\ Magbumb A LLEN & MAORI DER, ATTOK.NKYS AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, 8HENAND0AH COUNTY, VA. April, 29-tf AS. II. WILLIAMS, J. J Williams. Wat. T. .WILLIAMS a utiA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 9 July 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD is rcBLii??.*> ??i? ?v ? HENANDOAH HCHALD ?'?? ?HIIIO CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. tt'edueadiiv Wfc? W*? A number of Dorchester farmers are sowing (German millet, having had good results last year. It is an excellent feed for horses, and matures in sixty days from the time of sowing. U.S. Grant, Jr., has been inter fie wed about the third-term question. Speak? ing of his father, the sen of the same remarked: "Well, if his friends urge him, he will most likely let matters take their natural course." Chas. Norton has been detained at Ma?on, Ga., on a requisition from the Governor of Pennsylvania, charged with constructive larceny and bigamy. It is said lie has had five wives in differ? ent parts of the Union. A large ladle of molten steel upset in Lackawanna Iron and Coal Company's mill at Scran ton, Pa., Wednesday, pour? ing a shower of liquid fire over James Hurley and Henry Long. The former was totally and the latter seriously burned. St. Louis expects to ga...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 9 July 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD WDUDHTOCK VA. HVilaesflay J11I3 9. IST-T TOWlf AID 00?1ITT AFPAIBS. B. k O. R. R. Time Table.?On tnd after Sunelay June 15th, 1879, l'raint will lesve Woodstock is follows : Movisa WEST. Through Freight Leaves A. M. 7:41 Way Freight, Leave? P. M.2:47 PasscngciTrain Leaves P. M.....l:41 MOVING EAST. Way Freight Leaves A, M.11:29] Passenger Train Leavee P. M.2:47 Through Freight Leaves P. M.7:391 annou?ckmfTnts" Hot'SE OK DBI.EOATKS. W? ir. authori-sd to snnonnce Dr. J. B. 8TBAYBK, as a candidate lor the House i.f D?le gate?, Virginia Legislature. Jua. ltth, te. Some use bass at last been found tor the potato bug. Fishermen say il is a good bait for bats. Our farmers arc now threshing their | grain. The yield ia very good. The wheat is of excellent quality and turns out fiuely to the shock. Charleatowu has a soap factory. Soft toap will be furnished to order. News? paper!, we presume, will he supplied at wholesale rates. The indiscriminate slaughter of sum? mer bird?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 9 July 1879

FARM AND FIRESIDE. Hot Weather. A hot temperature has made its initial visit, so mothers of little ones must guard them against its morbid influences. The mucous membrane of the food canal sympathizes strongly with the skin. Exposure to extremes of heat or cold of the one ia felt more OT latM directly by the other Hot temperatures do more haini than cold nothing enables children to endure the cold and keep the inner organs in a healthy state. So we will direct our thoughts to the influence of ex? cessive heat. In hot seasons of the year the digestive forces are less able than in cold to execute their special duty. Even milk passes through the gastric sack in au nndigested state, cutos ami irritates the mucous surface of the intestines. If the heat con? tinues long and strong, it may create a disturbance iu the inner wards tint a mother's love and a physician's skill are ?"tute unable to control. Hot skin, restlessness by night and dullness l?s day are early indications of coming tro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 16 July 1879

ieiiiiiil VOL. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 16,1870? NO 41, SHENANDOAH HERALD I? roBLisax? wxxxtt a? BMCNANDOAH HERALD PI'?" 1BMINO CO B?r?Ujaertption, Two Dollar? per ye*r payable In attvaae*. If uot paid In *dv*nce, Two D*llars Fifty AM??!? willb* charged. All comuiw*o4?Uo nt of a privat? nature will be ?jar ?for as a adswrtitun?. Job Printluic kXl It*?* at Job Wcisk Boa* ?t abort a*tic? and at the moat resaoaable rale? ?'roteAtional fjords. If. I? ?At-TOl? Mom Waltob. ALTON ft WALTO?, ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. w gWHOBXa WALTON ?l?o pr*ctte??inth? Cottn -.lea of Paga, Warrer- ?tia R?xxl*gb.v*?. ?living iiuallfled la to? t>t?trict and Clrcnit :ourt? Jf the United State?, va Vtrgltrt?. H* 1? ?rapared to proaecute c?alas in ?aid Court?.? aiivinu ?pedalattention totease? In Bankruntcv. a. c. .ML?*. f. ?V. MiaBDDXX A LLEN & MAQRUDER, ATTOKftUYS AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, SHENANDOAH COUNTY, VA. April. H?tf .-AV'l. WILLIAMS, J.J WlLUAMI, ??TM. T. WILLIAMS i^ 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 16 July 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD II FCBLIIHID WSXXLT BT BHEMANOOAH HEBAUD PU"" IBHINQ CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednesday July 16, 1879. Who is? Kefspouslble? The announcement that a bant has broken, a cashier has defaulted, that the savings of hundreds have been sudden? ly dissipated and that the rich have been reduced to poverty, or that the thrifty, industrious, hard working mechanic, who by his frugality has saved a few hundred dollars for the support of his declining life, has been suddenly.reduced to absolute want by the dishonesty ot some bank officer, hardly excites sur? prise, unless the bank happcus to be situated in our immediate neighborhood. Hut when it is one of our own banks. how insecure we feel ! There is a look of inquiry upon every face. Every one seems anxious to know the amount ol the defalcation, and upon whom the loss falls. Then they want to know the causes. Where is the money r By what means war- it lost? A feeling of indignation towards the erring oflicer is expressed upon ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 16 July 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD wauD?TO?ic v,v. .YedupMiluy July 16. 187?. TOWH AND 00U1?TT ATFAIBS. Ii. et O. It. U. Time Taule.?On ind after Smda? June 15th, 1879. Drains will leave Woodstock as follows : MOVING WEST. Throng!. Freight Leaves A. M. 7:41 Way Freight, Leaves P. M.2:47 Passenger Train Leaves P. M.1:41 MOVlXei EAST. Way Freight Leaves A, M.11:29 Ptiasenger Train Leaves P, M.2:47 Throogh Freight Leaves P, M.7:39 ANNOUNCEMENTS. IIOVSK Ol' Dl'.I.ECiATKS. We are authorized to announce Or. .1. It KTRWER. a? a candidate lor the- House ..f ?ele .:ure. June l?th. te. Five street lamps io Woodstock. Who will tlare say we arc ii"'. an enterprising peo] Huckleberries have made tlieir appear* anee in tin* market. The trains from little Stony Creek !i tve not yet arrived. The man that predicted a very cool suiiiDier is not DOW around telling us, '? 1 told you so." Waternielous have not yet appeared io this market. The ?Mine crop is uot yet ripe and the city supply is kept back l'ARAiHivKAi..?The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 16 July 1879

FARM AND FIRESIDE. Sa^^BBatSaSa^Kp - jB*aBsm. J <^^SSr^^?tlXM?m^^mt^nm\mw9 The Cabbage Butterfly and it? Kavagi'N My cabbage is infested with a erecn worm about 1 inch long, which I feat will destroy the entire crop if wo cannot get rid of them. I have tried salt, salt? petre dissolved in water and carboli? acid, with soapand water, and still noue of these check them. Can your ento? mologist tell where they came iroiu, and what will destroy them? and oblige Butler, III. W. A. Y. The'best answer wc can make you or this subject is in the words of Miss Em ilf A. Smith delivered before the Wis? consin Horticutural society, at (?rei-t Bay last week, as follows : Pieris raj.>? S. Among other insects which have madi fieir appearance to a serious extent the cabbage butterfly is prominent.? Much has been written on the habit: and destruction of the insect in the Eas tern States, and each year entomologist have apprehended their appearance ii the West, but it ivas not un...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 July 1879

awliml. *3*V0L. 59. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23,1879. NO 42. SHEN?NDOAH HERALD I? PCBLIbHEP WKEKLT II ?HENANDOAH HERALD Pi""' I8HINO CO (?"Sbscription, Two Dollar? per year payable In advance. If not paid in advance, Two Dollarn Fifty Cent* will be charged. A<l communication? of a private nature will be ha? dfor a? a advertising. Job Print.?.?*.. All kinds of Job Work done at ?bort notice and tt the most rea?on?We r?te? J}'rof,fsio;wl ?Ve/rcYi. Moses Walton. M. L. Waitos WALTON k WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. tamOSE-l WALTON also practice? in the Conn 'ics of Page, Warrer. ?no. KockingharK. Uaviug aualifted in the District and Circuit Courts if the ruited State?, In Virginia. He 1? .reparcd to oroaecute claims in ?aid Conrt?.? ?ivin.Tsi.eeialattci.-ioH to casetiu Bankruvtcv. r. ,v. Ma*bvd?b H. C. kU.*a. ? 1.?.N & MAGUIDKU, A'noKM'.VS AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, SHKNANPOAH COVSTY, VA. April. ???U _ As! 11. WILLI* J? ?' NViuiAMS, H)l. T. WILLIAMS ia. ItL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 July 1879

vMMt?<4WHfJtAlD t? FWBttaata wbbblt a? ?rlCNAf.OOAV-1 HEMLD t-tl?" lSHINQ CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. We4ne??elaT J?ily ??? W. VAmBPP^re^ammtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmt New? Item*. "Eleven busines? bouses at Morgan town, Ind., were burned on the night of the 15th instant. The question of dancing or no danc? ing at Rehoboth ha? been decided in favor of dancing. Music by the band. Prince Napoleon is reported to have insured hi? life for $r?0,00<i before leav? ing for Africa. Arthur Towusecd was murderetl by Indians in Tulare county, Cal., three 4lay? ago. The Indian? were lynched by white settlers. The Evangelicen Lutheran Synodical Conference of America, in session at Columbus, O., dis.-ussed the liturgie form of worship and the subject of col? ored missions. An ?nceudiary fire at Hart's Falls, near Troy, N. Y.. destroyed four build? ings belonging to the Abratn Myers es? tate. A steamer was sent from Troy ta aid in extinguishing the flames. Loss * 12,000. West Virginia is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 July 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD VV ?.><_? D"*J i?<?c- itl V V. Uetliii>*4?tii> July 23. tH7? TOWN AND OO??NT? ATFAIK8. Ii. ft 0. 1?. B. Timi: T u.i.k.?On .nil at'?.r Sunda, Jan? 15th, 1879. l'anus will leave Woodstock is follows : JIOVIM. ?WEST. Through Freight Leaver a. If. 7:41 Way Fieiolit. Leaves P. M.2:47 Passenger Train LeaveaP. M.1:41 MOV? Mi KA ST. WayFreiohi Leave?A, M.11:-.1'.) E\i?seti_?er Train i.eaves 1'. M.-_:47 rtironjti Freiolit L'avez 1'. M.7:39 ??????a?*???**????**?"**??*" ANXO?Xt BMENTS. Elena, oi I>i:i.e?i..tks. W* are Bntb ri.- .1 t > .nti uuee Pr. J. 11. VI":. Ai acaud?llate for ttie lloute -oittire. .1 m? Il il is re?..'i'ied tliat Mr. Saai'lStephen? was p irai?, sed last V The auction ai the ?ton of S. A. Dam er lais been well attended and goods brought very roo 1 p The clip of wool, in l.omloun county, this spring, i* reported at ?HO, Olio and lamb? at |C ?.000. Bishop Glossbrenncr ?ill preach at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 July 1879

dMMIMtllMNIE. lanae**. Fruit. ^ Glosa Jare axe the moat economical, iboj wlU coat a trifle mora to begin wiBVWet.be used year after year, by ?xctuiooelly supplying new elastic! When the old ones grow loose. Ex? amine each jar carefully before uain-*, to be sura thst there is no imperfec? tion. The elastic must be tight and firm, the screw in good order and the glass without crack or nick. The fruit must be fresh and mature, but not over-ripe. Granulated sugar is the best for canning ; common grades arc not so pure, and wHl injure the flavor of the fruit. Sugar is not a necessity in canning, but truit put u.? without it is only suitable for making pies. Huckle? berries, raspberries and blackoerries ore palatable with a very Jlittle, but ?trawberries put up in this plain way look faded and taste insipid. Sugar help? to preserve the forro of the ber? ries ; without it they will be liable to become musby and soft in cooking, es? pecially if that process is carried on too long. The usual...

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