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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 December 1879

VOL.60. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24,1879. NO. 12. SHENANDOAH HERALD ti FCBLi.^ns? "?"?.eit'.'i ?**? MENArlOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING Ct ?r~. -? .. Dollars per yeir payable l -is-Mice, Two Dollar? '?irged. mmunioationaof a prisrate nature will be har d for at a advertising. Jof> P-rtntiiig. All Maula of .Toi. .Vor* dono at short notice and the m * ratea Pro?t -nil Cards. \ G. V? YNKOOP. , f) I" NE Y AT LA W Cffico With Hon. H. C, ALLEN. CK. S'A, ? eontU of ?llenando??-, and attrntlon f-iven to the collection o? ? ?ted to bis care. tin Friday ?nd Satur i,h month, it ? .!?If. ' M. L. Walton AT-rOU??E?S AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. 1*I--*M'?'?"'?.* "?s- ?I-TON also practice? in the Coun ? i ar.d Clrini? ?. He i? ?urts.? ? i.autruotcv. i'. SV. MAsr.?D?n t?. <J. A LLEN U-DEU, ATTO'.'iN'V AT LAW, MI COI Ml. VA. .y?it J. J WlIIJAM?, WM. I, Wli.l t.SV'S \\ : LAW VA. ?'.??eking I -A ? I IF, Va. ? ? reccire I TT ER, . AT LAW, .. Y A. ? "?""Il kLVERT, A: ? VT LAW. - indoal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 December 1879

SHENANDOAH HERALD I? rCBLHISD WaSBLT ?? BHENANOOAH HERALD ?UBLISHINO CO atrnf", '., v.., BBS '. ?? -??? ? ?'? WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Wednesday ?eo. 17? 1879. The Maine Election. The Republicans of Maine do not see the beauties in the Returning Board ?y?ttm now, that they did a few years ago when large democratic {majorities in the Southern States were converted into republican majorities, and a demo? cratic President elected by the peoplt was counted out and his defeated com? petitor installed inte office. The Republicans by the popular vote carried the State of Maine and had, as they supposed, a Republican majority, but the returning board fonnd some of the returns defective and informal and certiflcates were given to men who were supposed to be defeated. The return? ing board claims that they have acted strictly according to the law. But this does not satisfy the irate Republicans. They threaten revolution, two stete governments, and arc now holding in? dignation meetings, at which ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 December 1879

SKENANDOAH HERALD WOODSTOCK VA. Weduesda-f Dee*?, 24 1879. TOWH AND OOmiTY AIIAIES. B. A O. B. It. Time Takle.?On ?tnd after Sunelay June 15th, 1879, Traiut will leave Woodstock as follosvt : Movixd west. l'lirou^'h Frci-ji.t Leaves A. M. 7:41 Way Freight, Leaves P. M.2:47 t'li-fJUj-er Train Leaves P. M.1:41 MOVING EAST. Way Freight Leaves A, M.11:29 Passenger Train Leaves P, M.2:47 Throus-h Freight Leaves V. M.7:39 UaflliDg matches are very popular in this sec liai. Many turkeyshave been yy ou by some ot ti e \ouu<* as well as the old men vsho are fond of this game. The wheat has improved wry much since the beginning of the wmter rains and the prospect IS as nattering as could be desii'd at this season of the year. Holidays.?As next week Isgener* ally considered a bolidav, we will not publish any paper on the 31st lost, Our next issue will be ou tit 7,h day of January 18S0. Those htrsre haudsome framed chro? mos at 11. Schmitt'? 11.50 each. ** Kevival.?The rsatracted in-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 December 1879

FARM AND FIRESIDE. Treat input of II or apa and Cattle. Ueforo I spciik of the common and simpler diseases of Domestic Animait, 1 wish to sa v a few words on the sub? ject of tre atniont of animals in health. As wc all know an *' ounce of pre? vention is svorth a pound of cure " you will see tins is of much importance. On feeding hortet, almoat any man thinks he knows enough to feed a horse, but really, not one in fifty, who ownt horses, kuosvs scarcely anything about it. It is true they can throw over into the manager hay and grain. This is tee?.!.: j in one sense of the word, but at the same time? you may be spoiling the animal. The majority of farmers feed regular? ly either three or four times a day.? This is r?J] right, but here is where the trou' :: : every time they hap psa in the barn, they throw from s hahdtti] to an armful of hay into the 10 that the horse is eating most of ally svhen the owner it atw< ;.. ??.? out the barn- Most hortet ater part of the time, j*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 7 January 1880

m?tt? ; f-~ VOL.60. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7,1880. NO. 13. SHENANDOAM HERALD t? PLB_. ?HENANPOAH HER,?.ll* PUSHSKIflO CO la ?l?ranee. If n?it yaUMassaTVan?*?? Tw? Bata*? Fttty Com? v Aii ~~"''"'"*Min?_r_^rtniiisltfTirw^rTr^l bar dfor as a Job Pra All kinds ?>f J?b t?ork dv_ le? ?ud th? most reinonaW? rotea ? ?' ' ? I I H r !.. . ? Pi A G. WYXX A T TO ENE Y A? LA W, Cfflce With H V.'t Wfllpraetice ili anil Kita,*.-: I rw S] ?lairos - Wn.i rtav, tsforc t Dr'. _ H. Jordan?? 1'. t. Sei.t. oui?tf? MOSKS IVlr. . M. L. V.ALIO.V W ALTOS VS A? l.WY :ie? of Pas?, **?"?'- *?" H.1V-: ?,-.urta >t tk. tJirltf 3iTinn il. u. MW? MAGL1 A' attoum.y a SHK\\XP'>a Jas. i.'. ???? :i Il ILL1AMP I ATTORNEY:* U f. l'rai-t!-- I ?I a the Court? : /?? 1 . ' : - -t?. II. rVTTOttXl . W0( ? :z*-w . - 1EORGE 11 ? ATTORNEY SbB M ? E. Ill l -~ .??*- Ce . ? I have - - 1 I..? tient la' June !i WILLIAMS ?G ? WO\ ! PS. RIDDELL of prai 10, l *?.???>? r??t...i. twer ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 7 January 1880

SHENjmOOAH HERALD It PUBLISHED ftnu St IHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO re?: - f WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Wc'tlHt'srtay Jau, 7 1880. 35 cw? Item?. - nalor Kellegg says the Maine case now and the Louisiana case in 1872 are exact parallels. 1'rol. David Swiag has refused, it is reported, to l.are his salary raised from $7,?C0 lo nd has asked that the offered addition be- used for charity. The King and (?uecn of Spain show? ed publicly the other day, while driving in Madrid, their devotion to their church. They met a priest who was taking the last sacrament? to a dying man.. ug from their carriage the ] i nt it to the priest, fol mid tl e acclamation? ol the i??? A ttcry got afloat at At? lanta, (?a,, the oilier day, that two been secretly spirited awaj " \nt-, who had cut them up. s vus swallowed : people, who re? flue togo oui after dark, lest they be cangl : d so wide? ?pread among them that a . called at one of which Gov. i peak, had lo be given -? ven negroes :: the darle. D. 0. A. Hur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 7 January 1880

SHENANDOAH HERALD WOODSTOCK VA. \\ .(hienda- Jan. 7, 1880. TOTO ?JSD OOUUTT AITaUES. B. * O. R. R. Time Table.?On and sfter Sunday June 15th, 1879, Trains will lesve Woodstock is follows : M0VINO WEST. Through Freight Leaves A. M. 7:41 Way Freight, Leaves P. M.?"?47 Pattenger Train Leaves V. M.1:41 movino ESST. Wsy Freight Leaves A, M.11:29 Passenger Train Leaves P. M.2:47 Through Freight Leaves P. M.7:39 i_L_ - . -. ? A communication from Strasburg svas received too late for insertion in thi? issue. Among the large* hogs killed in this neighborhood. Mr. Henry Burner fur? nished one which weighed 468 pounds. - ? .?. ? Nice cooking Raisins at! Geary't for 12J cts. per lb. .-_?.?>???>?-. Our Editorial chair ;s large but it was sever better tilled than one day during the holidays, svhen sve found it occupied by one of Woodttock's fairest daughters. We anticipated something cooel aud sweet tor our readers, bur we suppose the article was intended for tie eyes of onl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 7 January 1880

FARM AND FIRESIDE.! [From the Soatbern Htnttr and Farmer.] Slicop for Virginia. It has been my sood iorlune recently to visit the county of Albermaxle, and as a loyal member af the Order of Pa? trons of Husbandry, I hold myself bound to contribute anything of interest I may have seen, to the pages of your maga? zine ; for I believe I shall thus con? tribute something for the welfare of my brother tarmers of Virginia ; an object I am bound to seek, both by my obli? gations as a Granger, and my duty as a citizen. In the first place, let mc mention, the Cliarloltesvillc woolen mills?an insti? tution in the line of manufacturing enter? prise, of which Virginia may well be proud, and of which Albemarle may boast as loudly as she pleases, without transcending the bounds of propriety. Do our Virginia farmers know of the existence of such a manufactory in our own Stute ': Do they know how per? fectly all kinds of fabrics aie manufac? tured there: Yes, some of us do. And ?va wear these home-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 14 January 1880

limitai VOL. 00. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14,1880. NO. 14. SHENANDOAH HERALD It PUBLISH! I> W.?KLT ?V HENANtlOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO \VVi 1ST f u r>?.-l. ?lais per year payable lu advi'HC U uot pai.l iu advance, Two Dollar? Fifty Cent? will bo charged. All couinrnnlcaiioni of a private iisture will be bar d for as a adv. ? Job Print in-. All kind* of Job Work done at ?hort noticeaud the moir res.?-nable rates \ Q. WYXKOOP, ATTO R '? /: Y AT LA W, laa. U.C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA. Will ? I Satur II. I.. W'.X.T". ? ?w 5CK, VA. ? a] tirpKK, ATTOK.NU? AT ! AW, VA. .1.1.-. J*J II ATTORNEYS AT LAW VA. - ! i ? .1 ; ." 0 II N E .' AT L A W. ( ; Va. Praei ? j_y. . 1 r?crite ? atteution. _. El II. RIPD1 ATTORNEY AT LAV,', . STOCK, V.l. . '.--TO? M ?ORGE R. GALVERT, vl ATTORNEYAT LAW, New Market, Va il ; ? . klBgham and eat with Menr?. walton . : y which liny mtttti itteatioa s ? ' .-? 1-. INM l..\N?'V. '"! ST8. )ODSTO?K, VA. ? ar<- prepared t ' "? In t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 14 January 1880

SHENAHDOAH HERALD I? -??BLUHBD ?IUL1 B* IHENANOOAH HERALD ?UBLISHINQ 00 WOODSTOCK, VraGDilA. ? -SB* I ? *? edneselny Jan, 14 1880. "No business of general interest has been transacted in the Legislature.? That body is still engaged ia the elec? tion of county Judges. Affairs in Maine are becoming more muddled every day. The speaker of the Senate declared himtelf Governor. It it not yet known whether Gen. Chamberlain who it in command will recognize Mr. Lamton. the newly de? clared Governor. On last Monday, after the adjourn? ment of the fusionitt Legislature, the republicans entered the hall, tsok pos letsion and orgauizsda Legislature.? They propose to bring the matter be? fore the Supreme Court, and expect a decision by Friday. Is the meantime order and peace will be preterved by one civil and en? military governor and by tws Legislatures. It is to be hoped that the State government will soon be ?administered according to law, witheut dissension. "?lew? Items. Under Gen. Hatch'? c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 14 January 1880

SHENANDO?H HERALB WOODWTOl'K VA. Uednetidav Jap. 14, i-so. TOWN AND COUNTY ATFAIBS. B. k O. li. l?. TiMK Taule.?On \nd after Bandai Jaue 15th, 187??, Trains will leave Woodstock as follows : MOVING w Through Freight Leaves A. If. 7:11 Way Freight, Leaves P. M.2:47 Passenger Train Leave*? P. M.1:41 MOVING KAPT. Way Freight Leaves A, M.11:20 Passenger Train Leaves 1'. M.2:47 Through Freight Leaves P. M.7:39 assa???aaBHB^?a?MBnsaa ? i ? sai .r-asarjsuass??BB9a.aaaafati Tbalistof conveyances will be pub? lished in our next Isaae, Go to Sperry's lor the best boots for the smallest amount or money. I'ar! * to linchase a com? fortable home and a small farm should road t'.'.e ad? ertis? ment of Mr. Levi Pifar In this issne. 2>ovv is Tin: lime to save j our money. a good Innv, carpet at 32 rents worth 75, sLiir carpet 2! cents worth 00 at The BoetOD Bankrupt Sal Co. Trout's s:cre room, opposite Welsh's Hotel. The large hog killed by Mr. Welsh. ef this place, a few i\eeks ago was a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 14 January 1880

FARM AND FIRESIDE. *, ?JA UV ' jm [ From tu? An>tric?n Afrlc?lt?iri?tJ Farm Work for January. //?ne do You Stand ??One cannot lay out his his woik to advantage, with? out knowing precisely how he stands ?with regard to his business. The be? ginning of the year is the appropriate time for ascertaining it. Frequently an account of business is kept for a month or two, and then neglected. If it Is only to encourage habits of regularity and pers?v?rance, it will be time well spent to keep an account, not only of money affairs, but a record of events for even* day- This tends to beget prompt? ness and system in every detail of farm work, and m business affairs, that fore s;ght an?l economy which are every? where the prime essentials to success. Keep a Ilecord of the events of each day's work, and farm-life. One of the boys or girls should do this. A book will be needed, ruled with plain lines, on which to make the entries; put down the condition of the weather, the work done, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 21 January 1880

lilil? ?^mK^ '^% W$ 4 VOL. 60, WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21,1880. NO. 15. SHENANDOAHHERALD ta rtJSLItHXD WV?tLT *V WENA.NOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO I tar s.u.tcriptiou, Two Dollars par y?ar In aiKaiice. If uot paid in advance, Two Dollar? KiftyCenw will be charged. All comrannications of siprivr.'nature trill be hav d for a? a advertising. Job Printing. All kind? of Job ay m*. - no at short notice am! the most saaMaaM? rate? Pi t'ttrels. A Q. WYKKOOF, A TTC fi NE Y \T I.A W, Offlco With Hen. H. C. ALLEN. AYOOP 'i-'lK VA. AYill rrtctice In the courts of SbonaiiiloaU and tdia.cnt ciuii t?T" Special ?ttenii loth? collection of rliims and all l Will, il! in M ! w t ml Satur : til. a? Dr". I.. 11. Jordan?! D k?tf. roa. M. L. Waltom \tr ? >> '.'.MAS AT I.AAV WOODSTOCK, VA. tVALTON also aaCoitt Hav:-' ? ami Clre'tit Courts f I '? He 1?, jivii:,- ? B. C. Att.Es. r. w. ai uutvBxa ] ALLEN & HAORUDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, SHENANDOAH COUNTY, VA. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 21 January 1880

SHENANG3?H HERALD t? Ppaial?BtD WaBKLI *? IHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednesday Jan, 31 1880. The Maine Muddle. Since our last issue Marne has had two more governor?. Hon. Joseph L. Smith, Greent?ackcr, was elected by the fusionist and Hon. Samuel F. Davis was elected by the Republicans. Gov. Smith relieved Gen. Chamberlain, but Gen. Chamberlain tvould not be reliev? ed, but recognized GOT. Davis. Tie Republicans having possessiou of the State House, refused admission to the Fusionists. The Fusionists held a curb stone session and resolved to reut a hau. At present the Republican? are on too and aie likely to held their posi? tion. Tin: Legislature lias done nothing s.nce the holidays but elect couuty judges. In some instances the judges elected are incompetent and unfit to perform the duties of the office. The gravest charges, d.unkencss, dishonesty and moral unfitcess generally bave been publically made against some of the caneas nominees. A few of the mor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 21 January 1880

SHENANDOAH HERALD WOODtSTOCK VA. WesAdnesjdKT Jaii7?l, 1880. TO WH AKI) OOUTTTI AlTAIBS. B. & O.1\. It. Timk Tablb.?On ?nd after Sunday Juue 15th, 1879, lVam* will leave Woodstock as follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Leaves A. M. 7:41 Way Freight, Leaves P. M.2:47 Passenger Train Leaves P. M.1:41 MOVINO EAST. Way Freight Leaves A, 11.11:20 Passenger Train Leaves P. M.2:47 Through Freight Leaves P. M.7:39 When svill the well at the Court House he repaired! We are indebted to lion. Jno. T. Harms for valuable public documents. More cattle have been shipped from Frederick county this fall, (han :n any year since '.lie arar. Don't fail to get a pair of those ele* gant Boots before Saturday at Sperr) 's. Large and substantial boxes have been put around the trees :u front of the Court House The price of wheat has been rather weak for a few days. Present indica lions are rather unfavorable to holders. Great credit is due to our road luas terE C. Ilaa?. for the efficient man...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 21 January 1880

FARM AND FIRESIDE. I'setnl Remittees. A few simple remedies which are known to be effectual may be of value to those living at a distance from a physician, or whose means will not permit them to send for one on every occasion. In the dreaded disease of croup, I have invariably found the wet bandage invaluable. Take a linen cloth, the size of a dioner napkin, double it six or eight times, wet it well, but not drip? ping, with cold water ; apply it to the throat, and cover entirely with a double woolen .loth. When you have done this, give to the child, according to its age, from half a teaspoonful to a dessertspoonful of syrup of ipecas. If vomiting is not effected in halt an hour, repeat the medicine, giving half the quantity. If the attack is very severe, the wet bandage mutt be renewed every ten or fifteen ?minutes, using toother cloth, so that ?the throat may iiot be exposed to the air for an instant while changing clothes. If the child t.'ocs not obtain relief very soon, put it I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 28 January 1880

VOL. 60. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28,1880. NO. IG. SHENANCOAH HERALD IR PCBLHEID W4KKLT *T MENaNOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO W* Subscription, Two Uollarg per year payable In advance. If not paid in advance, Two Dol?an Fifty Cent? will be charged. AU communication! of a private nature will b* bar d for as a advertising Job Printing. All kind? of Job Work done at ?hort notice and the most reasonable rate* Prof i $ ? ion a I C< ( rds. A G. WYXKOOP, .1 r T 0 BNM Y AT LA W, ' Cmc? With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOOMTOGX va. Will practice la the courts of Shenaudoah and adjacent cotihties. fW Special attention eiven to the collection of Staute and all ? intrusted to his care. \\\. t. ? ?:?: is Mi. ]i ay and Satur? day, t.i ? lay of each mouth, at Dr. L. H. Ji tora. 5 th?tf. WaLTO*. il. Ik Walton W ALTOS ? WALK ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. ?Wy X also practices in tue Conn? ues of Pag?. Warren and Kockiugbaia. i the District and Clrenh I 3onrt? jf m Pnlted State?, in Virginia. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 28 January 1880

SHINANDDAH HERALD il ruBLisars w?ekly ?? WENAN30AH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednesday Jan, 28 18S0. The Legislature is now about through with their work of selecting of County Judges. The debt question will next be brought to the consideration of that body. A new readjustment on a new bas'* is spoken of, but the nature of it will noi be fully understood before the bill is presented. Affairs in Maine are still in con? fusion. The Republicans are in pos? session of the State House, but the fusion Legislature still continues to meet. The Fusionists have prepared some questions for the Supreme Court, which would seem to be only idle folly. The result of the 8 to 7 decisions are almost as well known before the an? nouncement of decisions as afterwards. The Fusiouists are quiet and are quiet? ly awaiting a peacable solution of the ulty. The Republicans are how ever, very much excited. They pro? fess to know that the Fusionists have a well drilled military force and are aw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 28 January 1880

SHENANDOAH HERAID WOODSTOCK VA. U'ednegdav Jap, ?8, 1880. T0WH AND COUNTY ATFAIEB. B. & 0. R. K. Time Tablb.?On ?nd after Sunday June 15th, 1879, Tram*, will leave Woodstock as follsws : MOVING WEST. 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 New CHURCH.?A new Methodist Church will be erected, tins Spring, at Tom's Brook, iu this county. riBALYISD.- . Ott, sister of Mr. Jacob Ott, of this place was par? alyzed about two weeks ago. Her con? dition still continuos to be critica!. Many of our farmers have done much of their Spring plowing, The weather has been unusually favorablsj for agri? cultural '.vor;;. Just in store a large lot Of queens ware and glassware also some prime old government Java coffoe only 23 cents per pound, try it, at W. (.'. bakron's. S \i.F. ok IBON.??Mr. B. P. .Niivmaii, we are Informed, h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 28 January 1880

FARM AND FIRES?! A Family Dinner. AXT) AVIIAT TO DO WITH THE SCK Tliere is a vast difference bet' the poetry and prose of housekee ns our correspondent of last wee finding out, anil she is not the only There aro hosts of young housekee for whom iuxperience turns the kit into a valley of humiliation. Who count the difficulties and dilemmas, disappointments and discourager that lurk iu refractory stoves, that hidden in the llour-barrel, that inci every step aud turn; only they have encountered th?ta, I have w cd that valley myself, down to its est level aud I know, that by-an? the rough places will grow smooth, life will not be simply a series of a trophes. Then t'.ie d.fficuitics ol" r and boiled will have been surmoun the bread will rise to one's expects? and the occasion, and the sens of tcry iu the shape of burnt Boten not be daily renewed; but even tl there will be problems and perpl ties. Poverty must pinch and scrimp, frugality have an i ye to lbs chee?c] logs and candle*ends, ...

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