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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 8 October 1879

antUrah VOL. 60. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8,1879. NO. 1. SHENANDOAH HERALD I? rC?LIS__D W-IILY I? WENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO l?*-8b?crip_OD, Two Dollar? per year payable la ?ilv?nce. If not paid in advance, Two Dollar? Fifty ?Jems will be charged. All communication? of a privat? nature still be har d for a? a advertising. Job Printing. ill kind? of Job Work done at ?bort notice and the most reasonable rate? Professional Oani?. Moaas Walton. M. L. Walton WALTON It WALTON, AT?OR-.ETS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. tor MOSES WALTON also practices in the Conn 'iea of Page, Warren and Buckingham. Having qualified in the District and Circuit 'ourl? jf the United State?, in Virginia. Be 1? atSSISi to proaecute cUims in ?aid Court?.? iitiua;?neci?l?tteutioa to ca?e?ln Bankruotev. :i. 0, all??. p. ,v. UAsauDEa A Ll.EN & MAG-RUDER, A TORNKY AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, SHENANDOAH COUNTY, VA. April, 39?tf AS. II. WILLIAMS, J. J Wlll.IAMS, WM. T. WILLIAMS ILLIAMS _ BROTHER -\ ATTORNEYS AT LAW WO...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 8 October 1879

SKENANDOAH HERALD I? FOai.!??Bt> W???LT 1? ? , ' NENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISMINO CO SAT.-n ?.. ', . rr-T?. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednesday Oct. 8? 187?. Virginians in Washington. The letter of "Tau " forwarded Irom Washington, and written at the request of Virginians living there, Is a queer document in more respects than one. In giving a history of our debt " Tau " begins with 1820. and then says our State began her great system of internal improvements in 1838. "Tau" evi? dently gets bis information from sueh newspapers as the Dispatch, For years after these dates wc owed no debt and our rate of taxation was only 10 cents on the 1100. His other statements are about as nearly correctas this, especial? ly those which give the figures of the debt and the result of the McCulloch funding operations. It is at all times gratifying to have the self expatriated citizens of Old Vir? ginia jealous of the honor and renown of their state ; but we venture to say that if the Virginians in Washingt...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 8 October 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD WOOIV'^l'OClt VA. *W^n??*??lu> Oct. H, t?7?.~ TO WH AND COUT?TY ATFAIBS. B. & O. B. It. Time Tabus.?Ou ?nd after Suuday Juue 15th, 1879, Tiaius will leave Woodstock is follows : MOVING WOT. . Through Freight Leaves A. M. 7:41 Way Freight, Leaves P. M.2:47 Passenger Train Leaves P. M.1:41 MOVING EAST. Way Freight Leaves A, M.11:29 Passenger Train Leaves P. M.2:47 Through Freight Leaves P. M.7:39 ANXOCXt 'KMI-.XTS. HorsE of Delegates. We ?re ?uthorized to ?me unce Dr. J. B. tnP.AYKi:, a? ? candidate tor tti. lions?, of Dele |\ie?, Virgiui? Legislature June 18th, te. Fon the senate. We ate authorise?! to annoouce V. 8 HKNKK.I. ?? ? c?ndid?te for the State Seu?te, In the dUtrict composed of Shen?ndoah and i??ge countle?. Aug. J7?te. We ?te aiithoriied to ?ntict.uc? CAPT. H. H. RIDDLFBEKOEK ?? a candidate for the State Senate, in the district composed of r}hrnandoah j and Page bounties, Aug. 27?te. 1 Public Speaking.? Mr. I>. S. II iikel will address the citiz...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 8 October 1879

FARM AND FIRESIDE. I have now for some weeks been looking into the agriculture ol the dis? trict around Dresden?on the west as far as Leipsic, and on the north a9 far ??Berlin. Iflod that, though tho price of wheat is here reduced by the command America has obtained over the wheat market of the world, agri ftftr* is not in the suffering condi t,! to which it has been reduced in gland. The reasons of this are ?at it would be useful for us to OMT. My observations and inquiries .ve brought me to believe that the mpleet expression ok,these reasons is jat the land is here for the most part ultivatcd in farms of about fifty acre? jy their owner?. I will endeavor to point out some of the most obvious and noteworthy consequences of these two facts : (1.) As the tanner and his family generally work on tho farm (there are about 1,000,000 land own? ers in Prussia) there is comparatively little expended in hired labor. To understand bow this acts we must suppose hnns in the United States averag...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 15 October 1879

a-J^P'-fc *-^Jrv!?- r^*?_*wxi__*-*??a_jk ti VOL.60. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15,1879. NO. 2. SHENANDOAH HERALD 11 rOBLlSH-D ?.HIT pv HENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO la^"Bbscrlption, Two Dollars per yetr payable It tdvauce. If not paid in advance, Two Dollars Fifty Cents will bo charged. All communications of t private nature will be htr dfor ti t advertising. Job Print lug. All kinds ot Job Work done at short notice and to? moat reaaonabl. rates Professional Cards. MobiiWa-TOS. M. L. Walton WALTON * WALT" v. ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. OSMOSES WALTON also practices in the ColMl :iei of Page, Warren and Rockiughan?. Having qualified in the District and Cirenit ?"ourts Jf the Vnited States, in Virginia, He is ?r.pare? to prosecute claim? in said Courts.? iivlng?i>cci?l attention to cases in Bankruvtcv. _. C. Mat-?. r. W. MlOKVMBI LLEN & MAORUDER, A A TOlv.MaV AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, SHENANDOAH COUNTY, Y A April, S9-tf AS. II. WILLIAMS, J. J Wit HAMS. WM. T. WILLIAMS ILL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 15 October 1879

? ?SS ? ?? ? su ?? ? l li _ ? SHENANBQAH HERALD 1? rUBLlSHED WKKXI.T 1<V H4CNANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING 00 WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. ? tu s Wednesday Oct. 15, 1S79. fhe Public Meeting. nOME CANDI1>AT?S MMUM TH : QUESTION?HENKEL, KIDDLEEKl; ?EK, ALLEN AM) STRAYER CUVE THEIR VIEWS I'l'ONTIlE IF! ! nofcm, The discussion i 1>. _?, Henkel,Esq..cnuilida;. ate, who said I take ;t te>r granted that there are no rorv.i'ia..''.-. that you are ?II willing to pay your honest debt, il you asceitaiu what it is. Elimination ol war and reconstrnclion iutercst b the strong point with my opponents, tfo far as the equities are concerned, 1 do not say you ought to pay war inl If you have a settlement equiv? alent to the ?limination ol war and : ( ? construction interest, as the IfcCn biilis, why objeel P l. w. s'.ruction interest is cut off, the tk-bl would be 128,000,000 at o per cent, in? ??rest, six per cent, on 923,000,000, U $18,800,000. Tfcree ; 000,000 is 1990,000 a year. The period never w...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 15 October 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD WOODs?TOCK VA. *?Vtil?t*>.?li?j Oft. 15, IH?9 TOWN AND 00?TITY AITAIES. B. A U. B. U. Timk Tablk.?Ou \tjil after Suula. ?fine loth. 1879? FnuM will leave Woodstock as ib.lows: MOVING WEST. , Through Freight Leaves A. M. 7:41 Way Freight, Leave?) P, M._:47 oger Tra?a LieaveaP. ?M.1:11 MllVlNO EAST. Way Freight Ix-av? ~ .V, M.11:20 P*Menj*er Train Leaves I'. M.'J: 17 riirough Freight Leaves l>. M.7:39 B"????????)*?????aa?_??????au???*B*B__j?s?2j??as?s*?p AXNOUXl EMENTS. House of Dei.eoati's. W? are aithorized to announce Dr. J. B. BTKAVI I!. a? ? candidate for lbs House of Dele- | gMie,\ .ture. FOI IHK Sr.NATK. IV? a.? authorized ?o .union ?ce T). S llIiNK. ! a? a candidate for t'? D th? diaSrlel composed of ??lir-uand >ali and Pago M Aug. 27?te. M'? aie authorized to ai'not.nce fHPT II. H, i:i!>r)I.KBERGKK ?? a candidate for the Slate Senate, in the di?tric! composed of Sh nsndoah and Pag? ?onntic?, Aug. 27?te. D. S. Henkel will apeak al M'. Olive-. . u;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 15 October 1879

How to Preserve Cider. The Sdent'ific Ame,ican, good authority, gives the following for the preservation of eitler: A pure, sweet cider is only obt.iin.Tble from clean, sound fruit, and the fruit ?hould be carefully examined and ?wiped before the grinding. In the press, use the hair cloth or guhny in place of BtniW. tsM the cider runs from the press let it pass through a hair seive into a large open vessel that will hold as much juice as c?m be expresse^ in one day or sometimes less the pomace will rise to the top, and in a short time grow very thick. When little white bubbles break through it, draw off the liquid through a very small spigot placed about three inches iron; the bottom, so that the bees may be left at be? hind. The rider imt.st Le drawn off into a very clean sweel casks, and closely watched. Tbe moment the white bubbles, before mentioned.are perceived rising at the bunghole, rack it again.lt is usually necessa? ry to repeat this three times. Then lili up the cash with...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 22 October 1879

VOL.60. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22,1879. NO. 3. SHENANDOAH HERALD tMENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO l?T*gbsoiiptlon, Two Dollar? per year payable la advance. If not paid In advance. Two Dollar? Fifty C?nta will be charged. At) communication? of a private nature will be bar d for a? a advertising. Job Printing. All kind? of J?b Work done at abort notice and the most reasonable rate? Professional (Sard?. Mosai Walton. ?t. L. Waltok WALTON a WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. raT*M0SE8 WALTON also practices In the Conn? ies of Page, Warret: ana Buckingham. Having qualified in tbe Diatrict and Clrenit Courts if tbe United State?, in Virginia. Be is prepared to prosecute claims in said Courts.? Jiving medal attention to oases in Bankruntcv. S. 0. All?*, p. W. Mabrcdeb ALLEN & IIAQBUDBB, A TOttlNti? AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, SHENANDOAH COUNTY. VA. April. ??tf AS. II. WILUAl . J. J Williams, WM. T. WILLIAMS ILLIAMSfc BROTHER IV" ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODtTOCK, va. Practice In the Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 22 October 1879

SHENftNBO?H HERALD Ig PtJ?I.lSH?> tT?KSL? UV HENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA? Wednesday ?ft? gg? l879V The Ohio Eleetion. Those who expected Ohio to go Dem? ocratic, at the recent election, were sad? ly disappointed. Foster, the Republi? can candidate for Governor was elected by a majority of about 10,000, The BspubUcana aho elect a majority of the Legislature. The result ? flhis election destroys the aspirations of the Ohio candidates for lira Presidency. Foster's election was cot a surprise, but it was thought that the Democrats might re? tain control of th 1. gislature and elect the next United Mates Senator. The lit pu!.beans endeavor to magnify the result oi 11 c Ohio victory and some even think it aill control the presidential election. Tbii follow as Ohio r of years cast her elec? toral votes for the Republican cendi datcs and counted upon a ?i ii in a Presidential cam; i ?v. ?. items Rt farted Wed - 0 hands. ?? V in we can do " is a common cry in Pill R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 22 October 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD WOUObTOCK VA. Wvdues<ta> Ott, SS, 1879. TOWN AND COUNTY AFFALES. B. ft Q. U. EL Timk Takle.?On .ml after Sunday Jon? l?th, 1879, rrainawill leave Woodstock .is follows: iiovixa w Thi-.m.-h Freight Leavet A. M. 7:11 Way Freight, Leavet P. M.2:47 Pussetiiter Train Leaves P. M.1:41 MOVING EABT. Way Freight Leave? A, M.11:29 Passenger Train Leavet P. M.2:47 Through Freight 1-eavcs P. M.7:39 ANNOUNCEMENTS, IIorSK OF DzXEOATUa We are authorised to announce I>r. .1. B. STK WER. as k raedideta t >r the llo-.ise of Dele gV< s, Virginia I ? gislatnre. Juin ISth, te. Foi- TiiK Senate. We are aoUioriaed to annoti ? a. a iiknkli. a- s. candide! -. nato. In the district naiid .ah and l'?ge coantlee. auk. -'T-te. We aie authorised to aonoMico err 11. H,| KIDDLF.BEBOEK is a ravdldate for the state .'.nthe dietricl i rtienandoah and Pe An?. -7?te. -?? Capt. Jai. 11''- * who had chame of the trahi that went down with the Narrow Paataize bridge in 187G, 1 dropsv, )?,t,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 22 October 1879

SHEK?NBOAH rlE$|rjr, IS PUBMSUSb ?i L-iLY HENS.N History of a Poor Farm. KO- IC. sum? i hin?; ?BOIT BHBKK A lew days ago Fred, patsiog father's house, was requested by old gentleman to take into his waj two fine dressed lambs, one ot wh was to bo left with rae and one tal to Mr. Martin Fred had gone on the Martin's before 1 knew or this,: alter a long delay, in which I supf he was learning some new ideas dairy matters from Miss Martin, returned and intormed me that fathor requested my acceptance ol sample of his cross bred lamb i months old, weighing, when dress 44 pounds, or 11 pounds to the q? ter. I had Deflected in the abunda of my occupation to take much noi ofr?y old neighbor's Hock, althot he had frequently given some v direct hints that he wooM be gratil by an ocoasional look at what was ideally a pel possessslon of his; t-Yis unexpected kindneaa determi me to go and investigate the man Ml*. Martin and I therefore went o ami were soon very much interested ex?r..iL.i! g i lea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 October 1879

-?--?pWg-W-B_?-W---M-BW--WM_W---M_-SW-----^ VOL.60. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29,1879. NO. 4. SHENANDOAH HERALB IS POBL.IBB?:? waSKLT KV HENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO lariShasertption, Two Dollar? per year payable la advance. If not paid in advance, Two Sellara fifty Ceate srlU be charged, al eoaaasnnlcationaof a privat? nature will be kav 4 fer aa a advertising. Job Printing. All kind? of Jeb Work done at short notice sad Ska saeet reasonable ratee Professional fiardt. ?lOSS? ALTO?. M. L. WALTOK WALTOS k WALT01?, ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. ??"HOSES WALTON also practicea In the Conn? ues of Page, Warren ana Itockiugbara. Having iiualifled in the District and Clrsalt ?ourts Jf the Called Sute?. In Virginia. He Is ?.reparad to rroaecute claim? in aaldCourte.? living eoeclal attention to cases in Baukructcv. II. O. ALLEJI. F. W. H??BV?U LLEN k HAGBUDEB, A1 A TOKN?.Y AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, SIIENANDOAH COUNTY, VA. April,??tf AS. H. WILLIAMS, J. J Wll.UAWS, WM. T. WILLIAMS ?h. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 October 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD II trDSLIUBBP W-lBBLT *<? IHENANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRC.INIA. Weilnenda*/ Oet. ??, 187?. The Election The election for Senator and Reprc 8cnalive ta the House of Delegates will be held next Tuesday. Iu this county, the excitement seems to be iu spots.? In some places great interest is mani? fested while in others the people seem to feel.but little concern upon the sub? ject. Wc think, however, there will be a good turnout and the usiv.il vote will be polled. Wlit're Does it Stand. In the discussion of any great public issue, the people like to know where the representative men and uewspapers stand. They want them to have the Independence to stand bodly en one side or the other. Hon. J. T. Harris was the last man,-?and only when hard pushed,?io declare where he stood, in regard to i?ur State Debt. We have read the Shcnandoah Her? all lor the last year, aud we must con? fess, we are uuable to know where it now stands in regard to this matter. It ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 October 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD WO? I>!-M ?OAK. VA. Wednesday Oet. 3?, 1879. TOWN AND OOUriTY ATFAIBS. B. & O. K. U. Time Table.?Ou *nd after Sunday June 15th, 1879, Trams will leave Woodstock as follows : moving west. Through Freight Leaves A. If. 7:41 Way Freight, Leaves P. M.2:47 nger Train Leaves F. M.1:41 MOVING EAST. Way Freight Leaves* A, M.11:29 l'.i?seii-i i Train Leaves P. M.2:47 riiroiii.'!", Freight Leaves P. M.7:39 ANNOFNCEMENTsT House ok Delegates. We arc authorized to ?unounco H C. ALLK?t, is a candidate far the Bonn of Delegates. Oct. 2." la, W| ,r.- intb 'ri'i-d to announce Dr. J. B. SIR ITKR, a? a candidate lor the Home of Dele g*it. ?, Virginia Legiielature. Mb. to. Foil 'IHK SKNAiK. We a-, authorized to innouuce D. S HENKEL senate, in the di?trict ,-..:iiu..?-,l f sucuiude'ih and Pige cointie*. Aug. 27?te. WlBl* authorized to aiiii"i.nct> ?'li'I 11. H. K1DDLF.BEBOEK as I . ?min?ate for the State district compon* of ih^nandoah an 1 l'u"*e .?.untie.-!, ABC- ??-'*? . ? ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 October 1879

?UJ--? -?- I More GraMNesSsfed. The folloy of Tennettee agricwture, saye the Rural Sun, it the attempt to cultivate too much land, and lay down too little to grass or permanent pasture, irwe tafce a survey of of thete countries Where agriculture flourishes to the greatest degree, we shall flud the greatest thrift and kighest reuts in those which have the largest amount ot per? manent pasturage. In France, fifty? three percent, of the tillable land is s i-.vu in grain, while" iu England, only twenty-five per cent it towu. France ha? tvpntv-two per cent, iu grass; England fifty per sent. Bo great is the improvement in the soil by the tu perior management o? England farmers, that the yield of wheat to each inhabi? tant iu tho two countries it almost ideutical. Every acre in England de? voted to graiu receives the manure from anima's fed off three acres of ?rast. Iu Fiance, the manure made from each n;ic of grass has to be spread over two and a half acres of gram. But the pro? fit?, doe...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 November 1879

VOL.60. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5,1879. NO. 5. ? HE? ?NDO?H HERALD . >-iihi mann ???n e? ? - -our. -UBLISHINC CO , l?r -. i, tioi., Tsso I'ul'ai? per year p?yable Inadviiice. If nut vail in ?dvauce, Two Dollars | fatty Ceuw Mill bo charged. A'i at mmuui-aiiou? ol a private n?ture ssitl to h" ?1 for ?? ?i advertising. Job Printing. All kinds of .lob Work done at short notice and --. raaaniiaW? rate? /'ruh tsionul t.ard?. l . virus. M. L. Waltom (ITALTOH .?. WALTON*. vs ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. HmOil ? ? m? i'"N ?1?" vrscUcejiu the Conn uno lli<ckiiighaui. Hating loilitioil m tlie District and C1r?uit f tlie United States, In Virginia. He in ita claim? in said Court?.? Jiving atvectatatten ion lo oases lu Hankruntcy. li. C. A1._?M. r. W. MaOBijDia I A LLKN ?v MAOMJDKK, A .*01i,\..? AT LAW, WOODS TO ( K, SUKNANlUAH COVNTY. VA April. _?t?if v?. il. nu i.1AM?. J. d Williams. w '!. T. vyil.l.lAM? it 11MB .v i-1'.o?iiv.n ,\TTOUNKYS~?T LAW WUDIM-IO K. VA. ?'? enand....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 November 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD M l?C?L.Sa.?P ST?.??.!.. ?V |urNaairs?.AM hf?alo niBLItHIN? CO ?- . ' ? = WOODSTOCK, VIRGrNIA. %%'?j-dnewditT X*>?*? ?? I ?7??? The Election. The election patted off quietly at this place. The vote was very small, scarcely reachiug one-half the regis? tered vote. (.'apt. Riddlebergcr, it will be seen carries this county by, at least, five hundred majority. The returns from Page have not yet reached us. His majority in that county is variously estimated from two to five hundred.? For the House o? Delegates the con? test it very close. At this time, it it unknown who is positively elected, but the table of returns may be sufficiently complete before going to press, to show the result. ELECTION "RETURNS. For ??senate. _ at 1* I'REClNCTt. * ? "? w ? M I *"3 Q a ? _I as a Strasburg. 80 i 81 Lebanon Church.58 ! 24 Mount Olive.22 12 t'ourt Ilnus.'.170 : 100 Peer's Tan Yard.21 : 22 Tsivsn Basil.94 i 43 Dry Run S. House.28 . 6 Harmati's Mill. 15 ! 7 Kdn.tur..160 : 8 I'o'...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 November 1879

SHENAHDO?H HERALD WUOllh'lOtK VA. Us ?tus ssui j \o.,3, 1-.71> TOWN AND OOUUTI AITAIB3. B. & 0. tV U. Time Table.?On ind aller ?"Hinday June 15tli, 187?? ? l'taius will leave Wooiltlock as follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Leaves A. M. 7:41 Way Kretin, Leaves P. M.2:47 l'assen?e.- Train Leaves l'. M.1:41 MOV? NU EAST. Way Freight iA-aves A, M.11:29 Pueseuner Traiu ..eaves I'. M.....2:47 nurnwb Freight leaves P. M.7:39 '1 lie nvaliici ?Uli continue?, very ?1 y aud tlie stream* are fen loiv. Entektkise.?Mr. E. B. .\ hieben! of Ediiibiirg na?, -ubsliiu.ed steam, for late ?v iU'1'. p j.vir. i i li s null ill E?llO but*g< - ? '*>' m lilaila; bssOat? oi all kiixl?, ai.d ni bottom prices at Bstrgalt'a, Tlie exumiiutioii ni S matan, (*ra?le?l School has been po?i-poned lili the armik before the Ivdidn.s, du>? notice of ?hick * ill be given thr?a_gh (he III bald The ?ale auver i<*?d by Commissioner? E. E. 5>;iei?lev St S. S. Turner will take pUce un December l?t in...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 November 1879

FARM AND FIRESIDE. Snggeotlon?. and Keclp?-** for Making Soupe?. ?? But we don't like soup." : "Too troublesome! loo exp aays Mother. *' Soup every ( think ot it ! Tbe boiling and tl miog anil the seasoning. I ha time for tuch nonsense." Of course she has no tin coultl she, when there is no en piet, doughnuts aud cookies be made ? While among other natious, notably frugal and thrifty, sour tidered nn important article ot difficult to understand why A thould hold it in such ill favor. la almost every family t acraps and trimmings and tou of roastt aud steaks, and bones and ajame, thai will do excelle to the soup kettle ; tbe broth ii mutton or beef has beeu boiled ouly a little rice or barley and seasoning. Add to these an oc pound or two of tresh nu-at ?itl table puree DOW and then, an will be a palatable and nutritbi for every day in the week ; of with a dinner of lueal and vci one does not want to eat a q toup. In families where it I daily item in the bill of fare, the is usually ...

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