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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 March 1880

VOL. 60. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10,1880. NO. 22. SHENANB3AH HERALD IS ?C?l.i.:ai.e WtEHLT ?V HEN/\N?OAH HERALD PUBLISHING CU taT*8ubicription, Two Dollar? parvear payable In advance. It' uot paM in advance, Two Dollars Fifty Cents will be chargea. Aile- at a private, nature will be bar d for as a advi rtislujj. Job PriutliiK All kinds of Job Wort done at sho:t notice and the most reasonable ratal P. 'Is. A G. WYNKOOr, A T T O RITE T AT LA W. Office With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA. WIH practice in Ike court? of Shenandoah and adjacent counties. pedal attention given to the collection of so?lai and all ? entraetedtonti care. ?hi nn Mr. Jaezada onVriday ?id Ratnr ?flay, before the Cnd Tuesday of each naonth, at Dr. !.. it. Jordan*! Dnu store. h-tf. it. L. Walton WALTON ft WAL". ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. rsr>i s also practices in the Conn enO. Bocklnchnxa. I i lied in the District and Cirenit - if the United Staus,in Virginia. He is claims in said Courts.? Swingap...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 March 1880

SHENANDOAH HERALD Il PUBS.1IHID WKEKLT K V WENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHIN? CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednesday March 10, 1880 We surrender much of our space to make room for Gov. Holliday's veto of the Riddleherger Bill and the comments of the press upon it. Dr. S. H. Moffett was the only lie adjusters from the Valley of Vir? gin!.; who voted agaiust the repeal of the law making the pre-paymeat of the capitation tax a prerequsile to voting, and in domg so, wc think he but reflec? ted the sentimeuts of a large majority of the people. - ? ?,_ Tin: veto message of Gov. Holliday has Icen sustained in the Senate, the attempt to pass the Riddleherger bill over the veto failing by a vote of 19 to 16, So, tor the present, ends the re? adjustment of our debt. The matter can hardly come up in any shape in the Legislature before December 1SS1, and before that time we hope the re-ad? justers will be re-adjusted. If alt i m ore Con fere lue *I ?. Church South. Fboxi Royal, Va., 3, i?8e. The Baltimore ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 March 1880

SHENANDO?H HERALB WOODSTOCK VA. Wednesday March 10, IAHO. tOWlaUP) OOTJUTf AiTAIBS. B. & 0. R. R. Time T.uu.k.?On ?nd after Sunday June 15th, 187V, Trains will leave Woodstock as follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Leaves A Way Freight. 'Leaves P. M.2:47 Passenger Tra?a Leaves 1*. M.1:11 MOVING EAST. Way Freight Leaves A, M.11:29 Passenger Train Leaves 1'.' M.2:47 Through Freight Leaves 1\ M.T:39 A number of hordes wci sold on court day at reasonable pri Rev. S. B. Barnils, of Wheeling, will preach in the Lutheran church this (Wednesday) night. Our street lamps are a success, Liu the council should tee that lh,-v are not extinguished before eleven o'clock. Court Day.?We have rarely so many versent in town on court day. We return thanks to those of our sub? scribers who rememhen d tl We have received a cony of Fv. Chris? tian Union, a weekly journal of religion, literature and politics?published in London. We received the proceedings of the United Brethren Conference at Edin b...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 March 1880

F m hm FIRESIDE, S* |>a .r.iiaiie .1 Planter and Farmer.] trccn Full ou- Crop?, Animal Manures and touiuierciul Fertiliser, J Continued from last xceeh.) Here is au aua?ysis of wood ashes nhich we take from Johnson. The ashes ar ? lli< se ol oak wood: Potash, 10; soda, 3 G; magnesia, 4.8; lime, 73.3; phosphoric acid, 5.5; sul? phuric acid, 1.4; silica, 1-1; chlorine, 0.2. It Is not to be wondered at that a itituted should prove tobe a vr.lv?' ?> manure y and to at l ol its fertilizing el feet I dj hasty* In a !. there is more thai, ich phosphoric acid, and inore i times as much lime as - potash exists 3u a ( ?, and it therefore cxer , '.n hastening |] matter,and thereby tuents into plant. of neutral salt?, ? pprecmble ; in a well known auti opinion that on . of clay then can ... the application oft because sucl soil- D already a super . Wc have referred t< the mineral sub Ihe composition o: r soil?, contain ?i this important I ' Dana's Manual t : ? the followin: . a lew ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 March 1880

illilil?! VOL. 60. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17,1880. NO. 23. ..... r:;.r- -::-:. : i? pcBLiHaao w*-? MINANDOAH HI Job Printing? i SH CLAIMS . .1 ? A M ? D ? i DRg Di Da Ok. . '? \. P. : This I . p ? I ? ;? V : I A . I the b I THEEXCHAIN ? - - ? . Feb. II (? ) :r. va. i:s wel - by a ti" i ,' which ? Feb. I?y /.MA N rcc. ?? a I?OR Brag?. MaAldtJ IS*?"?, ??'oar*, P?rf*?i>er? I? to.,Bo Goto J. i.'&y.IS A Bon, iruggut 20X7:jn.ty D1KECTORY. COUKTT. Jl : *Ksv Market lTTOBKKT. r, - - - - '. coruTs. -i ? restville. ' VENtTE ? - ; I ?AN. - - - T m'i la, ? k. - - NewMartet, Mr. nbr.rR - - - - - '. - - - - . I . ark Thomas. ? . US, - 1 i .. tauii I dlth I ? a 1 ? liai ' STY ?l.'XK. I'ri ( .ishitr. . ? HAN? ERY. ? E. Stick tt. Jr. STS. ? : - - - Woodstock Vl . 1825. 1878 OLD DRUG STORE, WOODSTOCK VA *? by Dr, John 0, S(hu,itt B. BOHMITT, - - Proprietor JOEALEK 1ST Drugs, Medicines. Glass, PA 1ST, OILS, DYE TIFF, i L'ERY, SOAPS, BHUSIIES, r..". - Stationery, etc., ? I ALSO 4 !>v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 March 1880

SHENANDOAH HERALI t? r?Biatna? wvbxlt ? v IHCNANMAH HERALD PUBUBHIN? CO ? j?? i ? WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. We4a?Msur Mnroh 17. 188? The Virginia Legislature adjourned en 9th inst. A number of bills which had passed both houses, tailed to be? come laws because there was not suf? ficient time for the enrolling clerks to prepare them for the signature of the Governor. The following brief message was received from the Governor im? mediately before the adjournment of the Senate. Commonwealth of Va-, i Governor's O?tioe > Man* ?, 1880. ) I tender to the General Assembly my consid?ration and respect, and kind? ly wish it? members, one and all, a safe journey to their respective homes, re? gretting, however, that they ahoald have deemed it proper to adjourn with? out passing the usual appropriation bill. Very respectfully, Fbbd. W. M. Hollidat. Lieut.-Gov. Walker as soon as this massage was read pronounced the Seaate adjeurned sine die. i'ouservative Mats Conven tien. A Convention of the Con...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 March 1880

5??i SHENAt^pAHi HERALD WOODSTOCBt VA. Wednesday March 17,1880 T0W1 AIP OOTOTT AfTAIM. B. A 0. It. It. Timk Table.?On md after Sunday June 15th, 1879, Trains will leave Woodstock as follow? : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Leaves A. M. 7:41 Way Freight, Loaves P. M.2:47 Passenger Train Leaves P. M.1:41 MOVINei EAST. Way Freight Leaves A, M.11:29 Passenger Train Leaves P. M.2:47 Through Freight Leaves P. M.7:39 Founi\?A gold sleeve button. The owner cau set it by applying at the IlERALi>Ofhce. Oa last Tuesday night, the city of Alexandria celebrated the cantenutal anniversary ol it. municipal govern? ment. It is reported that the S. V. R. It. Will soon being the carrying of the U? S. mads Irom Shepherdstown to Front Royal and Intermediate pointa. Mr Henry T. Wartman, ?ho bas spent the winter iu Jacksonville.Florid i at the home ot' bis daughter, returned to Harnsonburg on Friday week. Any one in the town finding a Cen? tennial History o? the TJ. S. belonging to II. II. Biddleberger,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 March 1880

FARM AND FIRESIDE, [EYaai tbe Soatkern Planter and Farmer ] Grown Fallow -tropa. Animal Manares mad Commercial Feratllzer. | Continued from last teeeh.} It wodid not be difficult to manase a kitchen garden as m experimental farm In ?relative, wfcero many question!? ol great vaina ia form-practice could be authoritatively decided, without mate? rial cost. It would add greatly to the Interest of raising vegetable* merely to eat. Rightly understood and pursued, there is no more intellectual calling known among men than farming. We will now tin tab this paper by brief no? tice of come of tbe remaining ash min? erals of plant?. W* have disposed of four basic substances, lime, potash, magnesia and soda. There remains but one basic substance normally found m Um ash, and that is oxide el iron. This substance is of great importance to the healthy performance of the vital tunctieos of plants, but it has never been suggested that it possesses anv importance as a manure. The quanti? ty of it wh...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 24 March 1880

VOL, 60. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24,1880. NO. 24. SHENANC3AH HERALD IR FDB_i8BKI> ??Uli Ht HENANDOArl HERALD PUBLISHING CO O?-Subscription, Two Dollar? per year payablo In advance. If not paid in advacce, Two Dollars Fifty Cent* will bo charged. A'l communications of a private nature spill be bar d for aa a advertising. Job Printing. All kinds of Job Work done at abort notice and j the most reasonable ratea Professional Card?. T EMUEL BORDEIN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Post Ofliee address, SaVMSVILLE, SHENANDOAH CO., VA. ] COURTS?Shenandoah, Fredertck.BocUngharo. CLAIMS collected with and without legal pro ceaa. BUSINESS will receive promi't, patient, faith fnl, .art-inland energetic attention. Vf On receiving reasonable notice by mail, will meet client? at Tom's Brook, Mt. Olivo, Han isville, Saumsvlllo, Alouzville, Mavirertown, Strasburg or Woodstock. March 10?3mo. A G, WYXKOOP, AT TO R N E Y AT LA W, Office With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK V\. Will practice In the courts of 8h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 24 March 1880

SHENANBOAH HERALD il rOBLain?? w-e__t bt IHENs.NDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO . m i i WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Wednesday March 84, 1880 The Bight Spirit. The feilem Rtgister, one of the mo6t outspoken Readjuster papers in the State is opposed to the wild scheme of an independent ticket in the presiden? tial contest. There is no hope of such a tick.t winning, and the people ol this State, in a national conflict, are'unwill ing to cast their ballots otticr than directly against Radicalism aud the Radical party. The Democratic party must win, or we must again go under the dominion of a party whose greatest claim for the support of the people is its hatred towards, and abuse of, the people of the South. Ou- people will be satisfied with no half way of voting. They want to vote direct and any scheme, to withdraw the votes of the people from the support of the Demo? cratic-National Ticket will not receive the support of the people of this State however much they may be diyided on local land State...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 24 March 1880

SHENANDOAH HERALD tVOOD-TOCI. va. Wednesday March 84, 1880 TOWI AID OOUiVrYAITJOBbT B. & O. R. R. Time Table.?On _nd after Sunday June 15th, 1879, Trams will leave Weodstock as follow* : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Leaves A. M. 7:41 Way Freight, Leaves P. M.2:47 Passenger Train Leaves P. M.1:4.1 MOVINO EAST. Way Freight Leaves A, M.11:29 Passenger Train Leaves P. M.2:47 Through Freight Leaves P. M.7:39 The river was very high te.r a few days, but is now fordable. Fok Sale.?Two excellent work mares of good s-ae. Address A. R. Holllngsworth, Woodstock, Va. WuiCHBSTsa Pbbbbytbby.?-The n xt nicetiin; o? Wlnchestei Presbytery will take piace at Bunker Hill, Berkeley county, beginnlag April 21-1. Episcopal Sf.kvick'?,.?K v. W. W. Walker will preach in the Court II?u-?e, ?..i.wV.v A-xrii Ith 1880, at 11 e>'elock,A. I P.M. A. J. Bnshong, will preach as follows, Suuday 28th at St. Peter? 10? A. Mi. Woodstock, at 7_ P. M.. St. Luke. Monday the 29th. lu* A. If. - _? ??? m The Boss Puzz...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 24 March 1880

FARM AND FIRESIDE. [From the Rockingliam Register.] Perchero.*: or Norman Horses. A Short time since I noticed an article in the Herjiokr giving ?in ac? count of Mr. Dunhams breeding establishment in Illinois for Perch? eron or Norman horses, and it oc? curred to me that something of the history of this fine breed of fine draft horses might interest you and perhaps some of your many readers. The Percheron or Norman (as it ?3 now frequently called) the draft horse of France takes its name from the province or districts of La Per? che and Normandy where it was first found and most extensively bred. Perche is a high rolling country with a climate eminently suited for breeding horses. Its waters are tonic and its grasses sweet and remakably nutricious. 'lhe horse is a great favorite with its inhabitants and is treated with the greatest kindness and cire. In fact these people seemed to be a race of natural horse tamers. In the old feudal days of Fiance the horse seemed to be the chief pr...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 31 March 1880

biiilii VOL.60. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31,1880. NO. 25. 5HENAND0AH HERALD ti svsunis w*ki>y ?? SHCNANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WSubscriptlon, Tiro Do'Jars per veer payable la advance. If not paid la advance, Two Dollar? Fifty Cents will be charged. All communications of a private nature will be bar d for aa a advertising. Job Printing. All kinds of Job Work done at ?bort notice and the moat reasonable ratea Professional Card?. T EMUEL BOUDEE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Pott O?ce address, SaVMSVILLE, SHfe-NANDOAH CO., VA. COURTS?Shenandoab, Frederick.Boctinghani. CLAIMS wUectod with and without legal pro coa*. BUSINESS will receive prompt, patient, faith? ful, careful and energetic attention. XT On receiving reasonable notice by mail, will meet cliente at Tom's Brook, ML Olive, Herrisville, SaumrvUle, Alonsville, Maurertown, Strasburg or Woodstock. March 10?Smo. \ G. WYNKOOP, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office With Hon. H.C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA. Will practice in the courts of Shenandoab and ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 31 March 1880

SHENANDOAH HERALD IS PUBLISH?? STSSILI ?V HH-NANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wcdne-dnj- March 31, I8S0 !_'?-????''???????'??''??????????^ The Iron Interest 1 Tae great advance in the price of iron proved a sufficient stimulus to start a number of furnaces which had been idle for some year?. The prices are now settling to a healthy condition, and a firm, moderate price of this metal is all that is needed to keep in operation the , furnaces of Virginia. The iron inter? ests of this county are large but are only at this time partly developed. We have In the county seven furnaces,all of which might now be profitably run,and would add greatly to the prosperity of every class of people lu the county.? The lower Fort Furnace is owned by a company who will probably raine and transport the ore to furnaces in another State. Boycr's Furnace and ore lands have been recently sold and the fur nr.ee will probably be in blast this season. Caroliuc Furnace is owned by parties livin...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 31 March 1880

SHENANDQAH HERALD >vooi>?-'rc><r--- va. tVedue-Hlny March 31, is?0 JOWH AND COUNTY AFFAIBS._ B. & O.K. ii. Timi: Tabi.k.?On ?nd after Sunday June 15th, 1S79, Trams will leave Woodstock is follows : moving v.i -t. Through Freight Leaves A. If. 7:11 Way Freight. Leaves P. M.2:47 Passenger Train Leaves P. M.1:41 MOVING EAST. Way Freight Leaves A, M.11:29 Pnssenaer Train Leaves P. M.2:47 Through Freight Leaves F. M.7:3'.) The wheat las passed il.ieHi.h the moBth of llarch without injury aud the prospect continuel favorable lor a flint crop. Circuit Oj?kt.?-( . irt will h? gin in this place on to morrow. Thursday, April 1-t. A considerable amount of business will be transacted. The B. ? O. Railroad, it la said, will erect a new brick drpot at Charlea? town. We hop-* thai it will m at tome other Valley towns *,, the ?am i luxury. K-VS POUND.?A bunch of keys was tound on the street near the Uki?? ald office last Monday. The ownor can get them by apply in-* at theHxBALD offi...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 31 March 1880

FARM AND FIRESIDE.! This disease begins with the usual signs of having taken cold. If measles prevail in any place and a child mani? fests symptoms of cold in the head, it should be kepljin the house, and warm. The diet should be light and pooling. Usually measles is a mild disease, but in its mildest form, mismanagement may convert it into a dangerous one. Sudden changes in tht symptoms may occur. Improper exposure to chilling may do it. An intected child may rc main as well as usual for three days after exposure to the effluvia or germs of this malady. Then he may be less active and even dull. His appetite may fail and be may lose all interest in hia plavs. His sleep and mind may be disturbed. His cough may be frequent. An eruption may appear upon the throat and so his voice may become hoarse. On the third day he may sneeze and have running from his eyes and nose. His eyes inflame and his eyelids swell. He may have chills and his skin may become hot. and dry.? Even at this early t...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 7 April 1880

J?iin?iil VOL.60. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7,1880. NO. 26. SHENAND3A ta ri'BLi? WENaNOOAH M IWSubacription, I laadrance. If n ; | Fifty Cent? will lu el All comniuuicatl.ius of a ; har d f or as a advt Job Pri:; All kind? of Job W tba roost reasonal * Proft( T EaCUEL BOl I attoh:: i: y rest ' O?ce a-' SHENAND0AI1 C COURTS?Shi-Land CLAIMS collect! d \ ceas. BUSINESS ?111 - ful, careful arid ei ? |?t~ Ourcceiv:: will meet cli? Dti HarrUrfille, Sann: St rasbarg or W? March 10? 3rao. A G. WTNK ATTORNEY ; . Office With Hon. H.C. A wooDsn ? Will practice In tbi adjacent counties. tar- Special ?rtenti ?? elaiaisaml all legal W1LX.BIIM Ml. J day, before f Dr. L. H. Jordan'! 1 Sept. Sth-tt. Moses WaxTOB. VtTALTON ft ?? WOOl tSTMOSK? W 11 Usa of Paga, Wai Havintr qua' ?ourt? jf the I araparad aivlng ?pa, a. o. a?*??. AL LEX & ATTOKJN HO SHENAN April. ?9?t? Jas. u. WIM ' . WM. fLLIAMS fc ATTORNEYS v\, Practice in !1 ? ham, Pa#e. Fred, - n the Court? i ?! C. 8. Dlstr.crCurt. ?toecia...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 7 April 1880

SHENANBOAH HERALD ta ?trtxiagy? ?rwaariv ?v IHENANlsOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO ?j*-*_' f ?'? ;. ??j a' a-Jxi WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. i m i UV., ?enday April 7. 188? The Independent Ticket. In the proceeding? of meetings of Readjusters in a number of counties of Eastern Virginia, resolutions have been adopted, and the principles of th o Readjuster party have been set forth, As they have been declared at these meetings, we accept tbem a? the prin? ciples of the party. Among these reso? lutions is one endorsing the "Inde? pendent Electoral Ticket"?a policy which, we cannot believe, will receive support in this section of tbe State. In this county, many of our best citizens supported the readjuster ticket, because they objected to the provision? of tbe bill adopted by tbe Legislature o! 1678-9, but m doing so, they did not commit themselves to Gen. Mahone, tc be led by him against the great Con? servative party of tbe State or against the great National Democratic party ol the United States....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 7 April 1880

SHENANDOAH HERALD WOODSTOCK VA. WedncHday April 7, 188CL T0w^IiroT??T?TY~ArrAr&s7 B. & O. R. R. Timk Table.?On and after Sunday Juue 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 Train Leaves P. M.1:41 MOVING EAST. Way Freight Leaves A, II.11:29 Passenger Train Leaves P. M.2:47 Through Freight Leaves P. M.7:39 Masonic Notice, Cassic Lod?e, Xo. 142. P. A. II. meets in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the last Monday niirht of each nvnth. Circuit Court.?Circuit Court was opened last Thursday. Jndg? Bird, pre? siding. , Considerable business has been transacted. Lost.?A toontain pen, made of black tubber. The finder will be liber? ally rewarded bv leaving ?I at this Office. Mixed Jury. ?Our ;ir-t mixed jury sat at this term of the Circuit Court, ?no colored man, Thomas Banks of this place, having been drawn as a juror. Babbits Potash Balls at Schmitt'? Wanted.?I wisli to ?ay a load of good tim...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 7 April 1880

FARM AND FIRESIDE, "This is not a pea country," said an Englishman to u?, and ho was right, it is not in the sense that England is, where they can take pick? ing after picking from the same vines. The hot sua tint gives us our green corn and tomatoes, which English gardens cannot have, puts an end to our peas. But we can have them in abuudanco during their short seasoD. and shoul 1 them in far greater plenty than we do. Farmers are apt to be ?oatent with two or three messes, and many And it too much trouble to grow then at all. One great ob stac^ to an abundance of peas, is the necessity for sticking or brushing them, but that, as we shall pressently show, majr he for the most part avoid? ed. The great point with early peas is to Start early; select a piece of light dry soil, nil the better if it ?lopes to the BSUtb, and just so soon as it can be werk?, d, plow and harrow it, furrow oat i -i C inches deep, 3 feet apart for dwarfs, and 4 feet for the I ?en scatter a good supply of th...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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