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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 4 February 1880

ilfolf VOL.60. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4,1880. NO. 17. SHENANB3AH HERALD IS PCBLlSail? WKCKLT IST ?l-iENANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO ? - " J.fcl BSJ IS-Subscription, Two Dollar? per year payable l? ?drance. If not paid in advance, Two DolUrs | nit?/Cents will bo charged. A'l t-omrnunications of a private nature will b? I bar d for as a advertising. Job Printiii-;. AH klndi of J.b Work done at ihort notice and | the most reasonable rates Professional Cards. A Ci. WYXKOOf?, AT TO It N E Y AT LA W, Offlce With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. -.VOOPSTOCK VA. Will practice In the courts of Rhenandoah aud adjacent counties. te"" Special attention given to the collection of ?lalms and all legal bltslneaa entrusted to his care. SVill??? IN Mr. Jst k?i>n . a l'riday ind Katur- I ?ay, before the Mini Tneaflaj of each month, at Dr. L. H. Jordan'? Druo .? Sept. -.!h-tf. MOSES VVALT'tS. M. L. VS ALTON | WALTON & WALTON. ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. t*B*"MOSES WALTON tiM practices in the C...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 4 February 1880

SHENANC3AH HERALD; I? ?esLisntc w-KEKLi rtv IHESANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Wednesday Fcb 4, 1SSO. Tb? Riot st "Liberty Fiirnaoe. The riot at Liberty Furnaee. of which mention was made in our last issue con? t mied during Wednesday. The mili? tary company reached Liberty Fur? nace about 3 P. at. The rioters retired to the hills and brush back of the Furnace. Capt. Magruder proposed to make an attack upon them and drive them to? gether aud surround them, and with Util view asked for tsvo companies which were promptly ordered, by the Gover? nor. The Winchester and llarrison burg companies were at their depots all day, Wednesday, awaiting orders to move. Messrs. Wusier finding a col* Vision was inevitable, communicated ?with the rioters and agreed to dlse*ltarge i tie colored hands which they had re? cently employed, ii the rioters would disband and furnish sufficient labor to ran the furnace. The rioters at ooee aicepted the proposition. The i: were discharged the...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 4 February 1880

SHENAHDOAH HERALD WOODttTOCK VA. ???--aiicsda*- Feb. t, l?*?SO. TOWN AND COUNTY AiTAIILS. B. & O.K. R. Time Table.?On tnd after Sunday Juue 15th, 1879, Prams will leave Woodstock :is follows : moving west. Through Freight Leaves A. If. 7:11 Was Freight, Leaves P. M.2:47 Passenger Train Leaves P. M.1:41 MOVING EAST. Way Frelghl Leave? A, M.11*29 Passenc-or Train Leaves 1'. *?1.2i47 Through Freight Leaves P. M.7:39 Rev. ?Tno. Croll will preach In the Lutheran Cbtwek iit-vt Sunday night. irould be the man who promised us a load of dry pine wood. Please call soon. air, Isaac Kerns i? bulldiug an ? x cellent residence on his farm near Ksrs's Springs. Mr. ?T. B. Henostreet and family lefl thii | rida, lait Monday, We wish them tuccets and a happy homo in the land of floi Don't rorget Danner & Newuian'i auction F-ale of plows, harrows, coin ?hellers, wheat fans. ?fee. on next Court day in front oft!. If yon want bargains j-o to J. W. Marlm*?. Mei i-c s ?n, con lemplat : -.- al Libe...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 4 February 1880

FARM AND FIRESIDE, _ * "Winter ViauiiriiiK? As we have stated on f?rmer occ Sons, the practice ot sprcadiug u nure in winter, as it is manufactured fie barn, is becoming yearly mo onimon, possessing at it doe9 the I portant advantages of saving handli but once, preventing the poaching the soil, being well diffused thrsugh t soil by spring, equalizing labor a keeping the barn-yard clear of lar . pa of accumulated manure. E wc find that many still hesitate, for fe it will be svaslied away on the froz ground. They omit the vital questio Kosv will doods ci water occur wk the "-round remains wholly frozen ? T same tiiasslng ss\athcr|that brings floe from rain or melting snow softens t surlace of the earth enough to abso and hold the soluble'portions of t manure, exc p. in the very sm ?faces in fields which constitute t bottoms sf hollows or beds ot sircan aid here the manure need not placed. On all the rest of the surfa melting snosvs furnish a small ai slowly moving supply of sister, wh...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 February 1880

VOL. 60. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11,1880. NO. 18. SHENANCOAH HERALD ti PDBLiSHLD W??KLT UV 1HENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO ?WSulacrlptiou, Two tallara par year payable In advance. If not paid in advance?, Two Dollars Fifty Cents ?till ! , A'l communications of a private nature will bi? liar d for ib a advertising. Job Printing. AU kinds of Job \.\.rk ilouo at abort notice and the most reasonable ; Profetsio ml < G. WYNKOOr. AT T O l: X E Y -t T I A W. Office Wtt! M.LEN. "? VA. Will practice la t?. adjacent counties. aUf Special attention p!v. ?laims im! all I Will i.?; in II i. .1 i Hay, before the 2nd I I>r. L. H. .' . Sept. 5th?tf. ?V ALT 0*1, M. L. v. w -kt LAW WOOl VA. ff*r*MOS tie? if I Having qual Courts }f til? ' prepared to pr Siting tpeclal itl t?. <_'. AtrXta. ALLES ?V MAORI DEB, A??OKN.Y AT LAW. W00DST BHENANDOAR COUN'TY, VA. April. 29?tf }.\9. B 3. J WlIXIAMS, WM. T. V IVILLiW. ATTORNEYS AT LAW I'nctlcc !?-.' nam, Pace.Fi I n IbcC U1 s :li.ius. *p E....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 February 1880

?SHfSiANCOAH HERALD 18 fCUllinlll W1trS.LT at SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Wednesday Feb 11,1880. News Items? A decision made by Judge Donohae at New York, Tuesday, involved a question of practical importance to trayelers by railroad. A passenger travelling on one of the 'route' tickets, of is Lieh so many are sold every sum? mer, checked his baggage through to New Orleans at the start from New York city upon the New York Central railroad. After the baggage had pass? ed into the hands of a connecting road its valuablcjcontents were destroyed by an accident. Suit being brought for damages, Judge Donohue has decided that, so far as the papers show, the baggage-master exceeded his authority in checking the trunks beyond the Central road, and that road is, therefore not liable. The United States Senate committee on patents, in considering an applica? tion for the renewal of a seventeen year patent, reject the application, and in a written report lay down the gene...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 February 1880

SHENANDO?H HERALD WOODSTOCK TA. \\, (IimwcJht Feb. II, 1880. TOWI~??D IJO?ITT APTAIB8. B. & 0. R. R. Time Tablb.?On ?nd after Sunday June 15th, 1879, Trains will leave Woodstock as follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Leaves A. M. 7:41 Way Freight, Leaves P. M.2:47 Passenger Tra?a 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 On Friday night, degs killed and wounded tweuty-three sheep for P. B. iloflett, of this county. List Tuesday Iba grist mill owned by IXimrod Kern, about a mile south of Winchester, was totally destroyed by fire. Plume found_The lady who lost a black plume on Muhlenburg street, can get it, by applying at the Herald Office. - ? . ?. ? - Ice.?Many of our cituens have suc? ceeded in filling their ice houses. The quality of the ice was not very good, but the prospect is that they may not be able to do better this season. Coasting.?toasting ou the big hill was one of the amusements ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 February 1880

FARM AND FIRESIDE, A<lu!ter?te?l Food AiuUeratiug food is nearly universal. It is a crime hard to check by law.? Sumptuary laws have always been un? popular. The statute-books et civilia cd nations arc nearly full of them, but very few have been executed for any length of time. Few men are willing to institute a suit against a dealer of adulterated goods. Those, who do; '?jet more kicks than coppers.' A com? p'aiuantisan informer, an unpopular character in any community. Many difiQcultitifi ( .cur Id securing convictions for making und selliu?: adulterated goo.ls. Every one should kuow what t'.ie ordinary adulttratious are, and how they may be detected. Adulterations may be considered en? tier three groups?namely : deleterious, fondaient, udacddeotal. Deleterious adulterations directly impair the health, as arsenical preparations in candies, copper in pickles, sulphuric acid in vinegar; fraudulent adulterations are not harmful to health, and may ba bsnsflclsl. Package coffee may ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 February 1880

?! - VOL.60. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18,1880. NO. 19. SHENANE3AH HERALD IS PUBLliHS? WVCKI.Y ?y ?HENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO ?^"Suhscrlptiou, Two Dollarn per year fajaba In advance. If not paid in advance, Two Dollars Fifty On M will be charged. All communications of a private nature will be her tl for as a advertising. Job Printing,. AH kind? of Job Work done at abort notice aud the most reasonable rates Professional Cardo. ,% (. LOOP, AT TO ?V NE Y AT LA W, Offioe With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA. Will I nanuoah and adjaoen! i tar speciii attention gitei ?.alms and all Itrijal b Wit lim in M1. I s!?v, before the 2nd h~. I.. II. .' II. L. V. WAL. LAW WOO VA. ? ALLEX 4 ATTOKNfcY AT LAW, e: - . WILLIAMS, WM. VMS .\ i: at;;- law . t ? : ? IT. ? - O HOll' \v, N i ? V \ - a ? r,i. PS. RIDDEI.LE. M. ? - Dn s'URG ; ? DR. D. D. GARTER, Physician and SurgeoD, ?' OFFICE & RESIDENCE MAIN ST. Cl'P HOUSE. < ' . . nrsiir i i'. v r?ti ?y*ALLEY CES EDINB?BO, Vi i: O 1 S I ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 February 1880

SHENANC3AH HERALD Il rUBL'9Ha.D WaSKLT HT IHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGD?IA. Wednesday Fob 18, 1880. We yield all our space to the publication of the bill entitled "A Lili to re-establish the Public cred? it,'' It is a document of which our readers will probably hear much in ihe future and it would be well for j them to preserve this tfopy of the pa? per, sc that they may know the ex? act provisions of the bill, As to it accomplishing the purpose which its name indicates there is some doubt, but the lutine will show whether it il worth the time which is now giv? en to it by the General Assembly. RE-ADJUSTMENT. A niLL TO HE-ESTABLISH THE PCBLIO CREDIT. Whereas Ihe people of Virginia Lave renounce?! the basis ami principles of tbe proposed settlement of the public1 debt which arc comprehended in the ac! ot Assembly a] proved March 28, 13.?; "Where. - I ?? confidently believed that tbe people of this -t?te will never acqu-esce iu any settlement winch shal. oMiRSte the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 February 1880

SHENANDO?WI HERALD WOOOSTOC?. VA. Wedaesda? Feb. 18, 1880 T?WE AHD d??lfTY AITAIBS. B. ?k O. R. R. Time Table.?On srid after Sunday June 15th, 1879, Trains will leave Woodstock as follow? : MOVING WEST. Through Frei??'ht 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.11:20 Passenger Train Leaves P. M.2:47 Through Freight Leaves P. M.7:39 Rev. J. F. Campbell will preach in the Lutheran Churchnext Sunday. In Staunton, a telephone company are about erecting wire* for the aceomo datinn ct the citizens of that city. Religions.?'Key. J. ??. Hupkius will preach at lldiuluig. Sunday morning and at Woodstock on Sunday evening, Feb. 29 th. Daniel Haines iras knocked o?T his horse aud robbed ou the night oftha 2chnet. w] to Winchester. Base Ball.?A Base Bail Club baa been organ;zed in this place. The se? lection of surgeon hus not bean made yet. Accident.?Loe Linawaaver had j one of his fingers cut off aud his baud I badly ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 February 1880

FARM AND FIRESIDE. i ? i ?a i . *% : X ?Tr^^^-^'-^?^W Faraiiug Demi Pay. Messrs.\E:litors American Fariner : There is an idea going the rounds that farming don't pay. I have thought it we^should all stop farmiug and go for something that would pay, the country would be in rather a bad fix, and as 1 am very fond of the country, should like to have that notion stopped short. Those wLo have always lived in the country know better, but those who have been brought up in the city svanl some imtructiou, svhich the writer has paid for in big figures, having had con? siderable experience ?u runuitig his own farm and noticed the operations of hi! neighbors who came from the city. I find ive have done a great mans things that do not pay. In my case ] loved the country ; everything in tin shape of agricultural papers and periotli cals I devoured with great relish. Whei I got well filled I purchased a f*m where an old fogy farmer had live? peacefully to a good old age and diet] When I got possse...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 25 February 1880

w?mk VOL.60. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25,1880. NO. 20. SHF.NANLOAH HERALD I? PCBLlSHKD WKEHLY HT ?HENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO tSTiu' Krtption, Two Dollars per year payable lu advance. If Bf* aatd In advance, Two Dollars Tifty Cents willl>c charged. A'l conimnnl?itious of a jinvaty nature will be bar dfor as a advertising. Job 1'rl.iiiiijo-. All kind? of Job Work done it shoit notice and th? most riasoiiaWa rates A Trofi ssio.'t'd Curds. c. WYNKOOP, A TTO /.' X E Y AT LA IF, Office With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK va. Win practice in the ccurta of Shcnandoah and it ccunties. {V Special attention gtvu to the oolM and all legal I ?tedio hi? obi*. Wilt, rx in Mr. lACUOB n I'ri.iuy and Satur? day, before tin- -.'n I KB ?oath, at Dr. L. H. J ? v' ?re. li-tl._ Mo?F>'\V\LToy. M. L.VYalion w JALTON ? v.\ .SLY.- Al LAW WOODSTOCK. VA. tVMO^r.? WALT03 aleo -eCoi'.n f Pago, Warrets ano B Having qualtfted lu the District and Clrinit Courts >f the Dull oreparid to proioeute ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 25 February 1880

SHENANDOAH HERALD ii r:tiiiEin ttuti ?t SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Wednesday Fob* 23, 1880. German Carp. \Vc publish with pleasure the letter of Fish Commissioner McDonald to Dr. Moffett. There arc a number of ponds in this county suited to raising these fisb. Many of our farmers might con atme! ponds for the purpose and in a few years have an abundant supply of fresh fish for the use of their families. The subject is worth the alteution of all who have ponds on their lands or can conveniently construct them : KicnMOND, Va., / January 27,1880,5 ?|Drt. Moffett, iettr Sir : I expect to receive in the Spring an additional supply oi the German Carp frein the U. P, Fish Commission, which I propose to .iotributc to suitable ponds In the Val? ley and Piedmont Virginia. These are pre-eminently pond fish, and I think will give great satisfaction in the interior counties of the State. Bemgregetable teedets.they require less care and expense in keeping than other Bah,...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 25 February 1880

SHENANBQAH HERALD WOODHTOtl? VA. We?nesaay Fei?, S3, isso TOWN AND 'COUNTY APFAIES. B. & O. K. 11. Time Tav.lk.?On ?nd after Sunday June 15th, 1879, Trains will leave Woodstock as follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Leaves A. M. 7:11 Way Freight. Leaves P. M.2:47 Pa?**nger Train Leaves P. M.1:41 KOVIKG i Way Freight Leaves A, M.11:29 Passenger Train Leave* P. II.2:47 Through Freight Leaves P. 11.":39 Rev. J. s. Moser ?ill preach at Bethel Church the 5th Sunday of Feb. at 10 i o'clock. -? a ? The United Brethren Conference will begin in Edi March 3d. The citizen? have made ar? rangements I accomoda? tioQ of the members of that body. Iron Bitter*, the greatest Ciscovery oribe ago a tonic that builds un the system, eures Dyspepsia, indigestion, etc. For sale by J. S. Irwin & Son It is said the advance in i prirttin?* ?.aper will c >st the S w York Sun $75.000 more this year than it did last. The Vircicia Judge* elected ?ioce January 1st, now ov>cn the Court ''If the co...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 25 February 1880

FARM AND FIRESIDE, [From the Sonthorn Pltnter tud Firmer.] Securing attain? of Clover and Gravas??. BY J. K. NCNN, ESQ. CLARKE. Your request tor me to give you my plan of securing a staud of clover, has been rectlved. and I cheerfully comply. If we have a light tall of snow lale in February or early in March, I sow on it, and believe I have never missed having a good crop when thus seeded. If there is not a favorable snow, I then sow between the middle aud last of March, and like to have the ground slightly frozen at the time, with Ihe pro? bability ot alternate freezing and thaw? ing, and the seed is thereby quite effec? tually worked into the ground. I aim to keep my stock iff the young clover, the summer after it is seeded, and let it attain as good growth as possible. The following ye ir I cut it; the first crop for hay : and the second crop of the same year is cut for seed. By this process a great deal of seed gets on the arround, and if not already sufficiently well set, it th...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 3 March 1880

ando alt NO. 21. VOL. 60. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3,1880. SHENANC3AH HERALD IS PCBX.1SHXD WSEKLY ?V IHENANDGAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO i (VSubacription, Two Pollars per year yayable In advance. If not paid in advance, Two Dollars Fifty Ceuta will be charged. Ml communications of a private nature will be J har d for as a advertising. Job Printing. AU kind? of Job Work done at short notice and , the most reasonable ratea Professional Cards. A G. WYNKOOP, AT TO U N S Y AT L A W, Office With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. ?WOODSTOCK VA. Win |Sl?OlllH in the courts of Shenaudoab and eni counties. gar Special attention given to the collection of - and all legal business entrusted to bin care. \\ ?? l. ii. a Mr. "Atraso* on Friday and Satur? day, before the Ond Tneeday of each a oath, at Dr". I.. II. .1 it*?tf. Mosts WalTOW. M. L. ^ altos WALTON * WALTOB, _ _ COBBETb AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. KSmOSTS WALTON al?o practices in the Coun , ?1 nrs. Having qualified in the rustrir', and Clreuit ~ourt? )f t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 3 March 1880

5HENAND0AH HERALD is ?rniiHit) w im, ,v SHENANDPAH HERALQ PUBLISHING Ci Wednesday March- 3, iss? News Items. Mr. Wm. Astor's race-horse Fern cliffe has been purchased by Mr. W. B. Babcock for $4,500. The health of the venerable Bishop Paine. of the M. E. Church South, f reported a? somewhat improved. Thirty ?four of the Indian yr tending the training school ' aths at' Pa., wero baptized i- at Carlisle church ibero recen?' ' lb* KPi?C0Pal During the ? hetween7^' present conf?rence year fe?sed J ur'^ ^ rcr?ons na (\r conversion in the Moored eld est Va.) district M, E, Church South. A large ^ave is reported to have discovered near Woodsboro, Frederick county, rivaling in extent and splendor the famous Luray cave. The Cincinnati - Enquirer suggests Judge Sanford E. Church '? as the M08S8 who can surely lead the demo? cracy out of the wilderness.'' The sleigh in which Robert Morris accompanied his guests, Gen. and Mrs. WaBhingtOH, Gen. Lee and others, on pleasant winter rides, is now ow...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 3 March 1880

SHENANDOAH HERALD WtXiDHTOCK VA.? :. Wednesday March 3, 1880. TOWHAND COUT?TT ?UTailBS. B. & 0. R. K. Time Tablb.?On ind after Sunday June 15th, 1879, Tra?as will leave Woodstock as follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Leaves A. M. 7:41 Way Freight. Leaves F. M.2:47 Fassender Tl??a Leaves F. M.1:41 MOVING EAST. Way Freight Leave*' A, M.11:29 ?enger Train Leaves F. M.2:47 Throngn Freight Leaves P. M.7:39 hi . _ i. i ii , .. .-?????^??e? Attention is called to the ndvertise mentof Messrs Fravt! & Feller, who will keep on hand a full supply of coffins of all kind*. They will bare a hearse and will i >:< cute promptly all orders. ? ??? a??? .. A. A. I. Bushong.of Mt. Tabor ge will preach in the Lutheran Church in this place, the first ijundav 1 n March, at 10J o'clock A. M., aud at St. Peters church on seme day at 2$ .'<. P. M. The Shenandoah Valley Railroad Company propose erecting a hotel at Lnray, Va., to accommodate fisitors cave peachblow and peerless toei lor sa...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 3 March 1880

"FARM AND FIRESIDE.! [From the Soo.tb.em Planter aud Farmer.] Securing a Mtand of Clover and Gravases. BY DR. J. A. RE?D, MADISON COUNTY. You? requesting my plan of sowing clover seeds and other grasses is re? ceived. The character o? the soil ha? much to do with our time of sowing clover seed. On stiff, close land, wc prefer to sow the seed early, say {latter part of February or early in March, when we can have the land in good,dry order, and follow the seeding with a good, heavy smoothing harrow. On ?oft, loose, loamy lands, such as the hill lands in Madison county, lying near the Blue Ridge, easily affected by slight lreezes.we think it unsafe to sow clover sooner than the last of March. We sow as soon after that as wc can find the ground in good, dry, working order, begmniug with the smoothing harrow, followed immediately by the roller, when we commence sowing the seed. Seeds on ?tiff, compact land require to be sowed early, that the freezing and thawing of the earth may help to...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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