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

T? YOL. 60. WOODSTOCK, VAM WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14,1880. NO. 27. SHENAND?AH HERALB ts rttiLiictii wc?ki i v IHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO U?~Sub?cription, Two OoBa ;ay?ble In advance. If not paid i-.i advance, Two Dollars Fifty Cent? will be charged. All communications of a private uature will be char d for a? a advertising. Job Printing. All kind? of Jc-b Work dono at short notice and | the most reasonable rat is Professional < T EMUEL BOI.l'i I ATTORNEY AT LA W, Tost F O?ce ad< Ir? i, & 11 US VJLl E, BHKNANDOAH CO., VA. COURTS? Sheuandoali, Fl CLAIMS collected ?rith and wit! ecus. BUSINESS will -.. v | faith? ful, carefnl and en. ti;. : l?*- On receiving i will meet clients ?I IlarriHville, Baemavll Strasburg or W. : M?rch 10?3mo. a c> mrnKoor, ATTORNEY AT LA Office With Hen. U.C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK va. Will practice in the cov.ris cf Bhenandoah ?nd adjacent cotiiitir?. HT* Special attention ..-:,. slaian? and all legal'. < Wit l...

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

SHENANDOAH HERALD i? roiuiiii- wucli v* MEN/.NDOAH riCRALS PU BUSH IM? CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. ? ?a? i Wcdnceday April 14, 1SS?. nixed Folltioflk It is not strange that people liymg beyond our State lines seem not to un? derstand Virginia politics ; for many within the State, who have not paid very close attention to the subject, do not understand her present political condition. The last election gave the Conser? vative Readjusters a small majority over the debt paying Con?ervatives in the Legislature. A sufficient number of Republicans white and black, were ir.duced to unite with the Readjustee to give them a good working majority in both houses. Tbe Republicans who came into this alliance received their sbnre of offices and the two slemenU were united upon the debt question,and upon the election of State officer?.? General Mahone who has heretofore stood as a stanch Conservative wa? elected to the United States Senate.? This would have satisfied the ambition of most of politician...

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

*. Ci -?? SHENANDOAH HERALD WOODSTOCK VA. Wednewday April llTlSSO. TOWI AJDTo?yTY AirAlBS^ B. A 0. B. B. Time Table.?On and after Sunday June 15th, 1879, Tram? will leave Weodstock as follows : MOVING west. Through Freight Leaves A. M. 7:11 Way Freight, Leaves P. M.2:47 Passenger Train Leaves 1'. M.1:41 MOVING EAST. Way Freight Leaves A, M.11:20 Passenger Train Leaves P. II.2:47 Through Freight Leaves P. M.7:39 u\ ._. - I Masonie Notice. Cat-sia Lodse, Xo. 142. F. A. M. meets in Masonic Ball, Woodstock, the last Mtmday night of each month. aaaaaaaaaaaajaaaaaa?a??ia?s^a.???aaiiiiiiii.?ii aj?. aai i The new Methodist Church at Ham? burg will be completed in a short time. It will be a verv neat and substantial structure. A dwelling howse at the 8aw Mill of J. \V. K. Moore, was burned lust Mon? day. Beuben Allen, tenant of the house, lost his furniture. Cold Weather.?We have liad a ?pell ofvery cold weather. Much of the fruit is supposed to be frozen and many who believe that leap rear ...

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

FARM AND FIRESIDE, Keats and Sitting Hens. The wise man says : ' Anybody can set a lien, so what la the use of wasting words upou that Mbjecl :-' Perhaps he is right. I don't know, hut I do Enow that lucking some eggs under an old ben just where she takes a notion to bring a family into this world and setting a hen properly iu a proper j place are different things altogether. A great many people still cling to the notion that a ben must be allowed to sit just where she takes a uotion to.? Now 1 alwai? make my hens sit in the loom Csvd expressly for silling hens.? Sometimes when broody 'ens are Bcarce I borrow, or " sway " hens with my neighbors, and although these straugc bens arc uot so tractable as mine, they soon coma around to my way of thinking. The neighbors my. "It is wonderful how you contrive to make strange bins do just as yen like! It is all luck, I suppose." There ?9 no M luck " about it. I just use a little of the article tailed common sense. The room where I set my heu...

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

muk? VOL. 60. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21,1880. NO. 28. SHEMAMBoAH HERALD . IS PCBLlgBSD W*EKLt PV tHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO fMf S\iti?crir.tlon, Two Dollars per year payable? la advance. If not paid in advance, Two Do'.iars J ViftyCe-.it? will be charged. Al) commnnicatisas of a private nature wiU be . har i ft .isioia. Job Printing. AH iind? of Job Work done at short notice and the ni' - ratea Professional Cords. T EMU IX BORDER, AT TOH LA W, Post < BH UN ANDO AH CO., VA. COURTS? CLAIMS EUSINTSC fnl. car;? Z Barril \ Slraal l?Smo. add A TTO UNE Y AT LA W. H.C. ALLEN. WO VA. - ' ? ah and I tar - collection of hi? i-.-i-.-i-. I day, 11 : : \\v VA. >urt ?repart I LLE1N A LAyv, Si! ' VA JAS. II. v.;: . J. .1 Wi I I ( ' . . t j. a w, Y \. - If I Jan. ' II. ? ER, LAW, ? 'a. VA . ? Lai i A: ? - STOCK, VA. ropertj/ in the Vir? il ???? Com) ?ad inani P.E, M. D? * " Li Cniveraltv Har i of ! ru,I Pr. J. B. Irwin. Y\V> A " RT1X, ; the public that...

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

IfiENAND?AH HERALD xi ruxwasTBD waacLt ?t 1HINANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHINO CO WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Wedaeatlay April til. 1880. OUR TICKET? The Nominees -OF THE National Democratic Party. Democratic Meeting. A meeting ol Conservatives who are in iavor of supporting the nominee of the National Democratic Convention, will be held at the Court House in Woodstock on our next, May, Court day. A full attendance o? Conserva? tives from every section of the county Is earnestly requested. Delegates to the State Convention to be held at Bah? nend on the 19th of May, will be cho? ?Jar Ticket We place, at the head of our paper the ticket which we intend to support. Believing that the social welfare and tht liberties tif our people are depen? dent upon the success of the Democratic ticket, as opposed to the Republican ticket, we shall give our unqualified ! support to the nominee of the National I Democratic party. The aCi-creuts of radicalism are strong in their demands for Grant and j the third ter...

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

SHEN ANDO AH HERALD WOODSTOCK VA. Wedneadav April 81, 1880. JT?WH AND OQTJNTY AITAIB8. B. & O. R. R. Time Table.?On ?nil after Sunday June 15tli, 1879, Trains will leave Weoclstock as follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Leaveo A. M. 7:41 Way Freight, Leaves P. M.2:47 Train Louves P. M.1:41 MOVING EAST. Way Freight Leaves A, M.11:20 Passengei Train Loares P. M.2:47 Through Freight Leaves P. M.":39 Masonic Notice, Cassia Lod?e, No. 142. F. A. Si. meets in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the last Monda* nijtl I ol each month. aaaaaaatv ?iliaailiiawiilw. i? i iiiraaa-ryaaiaaa-a?? Woik on the S. V. R- R., was coru Baencednoai Wayneaboro last week. The barns of F. G. Keller and John Paris, in Augusta county. Va., were destroyed by lire last Sunday. Lectckk.?By t'.ie request of anum? her of gentlemen, C. E. Newman, ?sqr. will deliver a lecture In t'uurt House Hall, on next Fiiday at7J r. M., on some mi ral subj ct. Circuit Court.?Circuit Court clos? ed on last Monday. A considerabl...

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

FARM AND FIRESIDE, [from th? Kegiater.J IVrctatvron or Norman Horaos. The first Norman horse that I knew in the United State was Old Louis Napoleon. He was imported into Union county, Ohio by Ful lington & Martin in 1851, and sold to A. P. Cushman, Dewitt county, Illinois in 1855,and purchased from him by the Dillons in 18.37. He was sixteen hands high and general? ly weighed 1650 lbs. He was ex? hibited at the Illinois State Fair in 1869attheheadofaherd of 112 of his colt.?; and grand colts. The Dillons and Mr, Dunham are the most noted breeders of Norman hor ses I know of in the United States and have importeu ? large number ol them into Illinois, the stallions ol which have sold generally at from $1500 to 82000. They have rais? ed a great number ol them which are sold throughout the West. These horses are most appreciated where they are best known. The Dillons stood sixteen of their stall? ions la.?t year by the season at an average ol $31 87 per mare, and 1194 nana w...

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

lilil??! WOODSTOCK. VA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28,1880. NO. 29. VOL.60. SHENAKG9AH HERALD IB r?SLlSBtP W*KKLT *? tHEHANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO j -?? *-r t - - vrr-r:?r-^~^=^= ?VSnbacripti?n, Two Dollars per year payable la adrante. If not paid In advance, Two Dollars rTftr Canta will be charged. Ml communication? of a private nature will be char 4 for as a advertising. Job Printing. All kinds Of Job WVrk done at ahortuoticeand the most reasonable rates JWeMfoaaJ Card?. t emuel border, 'attoui??y at law, rost Office address, 8A?M87ILLE, BHKNANDOAH CO., VA. COURTS?Sl-i rmiiu)', Frederick ,Boa1 ingham. CLAIMS collected ?rtti and without legal pro? cess. BUStNtSS ' "lU<'1'?*? f?i??" fui. claajffl arMteDU?4ti.> attention. tjr" Cn n.iivi: g Mioa by mall, ?ill meet cl s Brook, Mt. Orive, Barrial onirilla, Maaraitows, March lit- r. A G. WT^KOOP. .1 T T 0 liXE Y .17' LA W, Office With Hen. H. C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA. \ ah and tf~ *V dal att< ntien git?) fi the co...

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

SHENAttGOAH HERALD IS rCBClSHlD TTWEXLV *T IHENANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Weducadaj April 88. 1880 OUR TICKET. The Nominees -OF THE Nati?nal Democratic Party. Democratic Meeting. A meeting ol Conservatives who are in lavcr of supporting the nominee of the National Democratb Convention, will be held at the Court House in Woodstock on our next, May, Court day. A full attendance of Conserva? tive-, fn m every section of the couuty is earnestly requested. Delegates to .te Convention to be held at Rich? mond on the 10th of May, will be cho~ The ConscrvetlTee and Readjustee of Lee ccmry have fused and will send delegates to the Conservative State Convention. This should be the case in every county In the State. W ith a united front, the Republicans stand no emfbee In VTrgwia. DmtOCBATfl ol ?jheuandoah, " Be? ware of the Greeks bearing gifts.,' Re uiemlrr \bai the only way to give ex? pression of your choice lor President is to vote a straight Democratic ticket. port ...

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

SHENANDOAH HERALO WOODSTOCK VA. WedasesJday April 28, 1880. j?Wl Ar?^OTjjTTY ~AITAI&8. B. & O. R. R. TiMB Table.?On and after Sunday June 15th, 1879, Trains will leave Woodstock as follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Leaves ?. 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 - Masonic Notice? Cassia Lodge, No. 142, F. A. M. meets in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the laM Monday night of rath month. Geo. W. Keller, has been appointed postmaster at Mine Run Furnace, ii place of A. J. Boyers, resigned. ? i?i ?? A new Post Office has been establish at St. Lakes a->out 5 miles N. W. of Woodstosk. William F. Wisman has been appointed post-master. If you want a nice line of new fresh goods gato J. W.Mabtin's. Returned?Jno. Martin has come back, aad is at his old stand ready to receive you. He extends a warm greet? ing to his frie...

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

FMM l?Br FrBES.lt MMi ??sesaweeea^aea^saaetaM^sesseiaeafst From the Prairie ramier. Qneatiossa auad Answers The household column ef the Fbatr Farmer has furnished me with i many new and valuable ideas, as wc as good cooking receipts, that I ha? the greatest confidence m following at directions I find there, There are few things which bother me, and would be clad to know what Cla Francis thinks about them. First, is there any way of ridding house of cockroaches? I have tri borax without any success; used it crystals and in solution. Now wh shall I do next? Then, I would like know how to wash a brown linen ulst so that it will not lose its color, ai how to clean silver that has been la away, and become dark and staine Rubbing with whiting does very wi for the plain parts, but there are plat that cannot be reached. I km iewelers do not depend on rubbin Can you tell me what it is they do, how to make my silver look bright ai clean all over ? Mrs. S. T. > Otseoo, Mich. ?You ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 5 May 1880

?ml MM VOL. 60. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, MAY 5,1880? 3HENANLOAH HERALD I? PU?LlSBtt> wtlKLY F* IHENANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO D*~Suhseription, Two Di Hais per year payable In advance. If not paid in advance, Two Dollars Fifty Cent? will be charger:. All communication?of ?private nature will be ht* d for as a advertisirt:. Job l'rintiiiK. AH Kinds of Job Work done at she t noticeatd the most rcasonaW? rate* Professional Cards. t emuel borden, at toi: ne y at l a w, rost Office aldrm, SA?MST1LLB, SIlV.XANDOAll CO., VA. COURTS?S!-,era-.:d <ah. ?Treaertcl.Bool in?ham. CLAIMS collected with and without legal pro BUSINESS w'll receive promit, patient, faith? ful, careful ano eiierpi tic attention. t*T" On reei '"'.c BOUce by mail, will m.et Cbent? ut I ma B'Ook, Mt< O iv, Har;:-\ , f ? Maure: town, Btrttburg i r VI March 10?3mo. A G. WYNKOOr, AT T O II X E Y i T L A W, Office With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK va. Willpract-'CP t? thr courts of SLiiiandoa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 5 May 1880

SHI?IAHDOAH HERALD :< rcr.inHiii wtnii ?y tHUNANODAS HERALD *>UBLISHINS CO WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Wedneaslai' May 5, 1SS4?. Tho Nominees -OF THE National Demooratdo Party. The Independent Tleket? In < lbs Independent ticket Bra uot dealing with ID? but a real, threatning, real] y which should be fully utuii voters of this county. Th. Electoral scheme Is avow c i... ' idrocatst] in many sections of tl : That our readers may set it, as : appears elsewhere we shall gire a number of quotations from the acknowlt-es: d orgaa of the ReAdjus? ^ Urs, the Richmond Whig: "Meantime the Re-Adjusters are rallying to ihe independent ticket with entht!-; m:? unanimity.''?Whig of liai "A ni eitisea of Gravso? Cotuiiy k rites to as as follows : M Hur? rah for the ii,? pendent ticketi It is growing more p pular every day aut here, and we fnllj believe it will sweep the Sta e by an overwhelming major? ity ."- ? il Whig, April 9. ?*Ie response to a call of the State Ex, cu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 5 May 1880

5HENAND0AH HERALD WOODSTOCK VA.. WedaeoclaY Mar ?, 1880. T0WI AID OOIDfTY AITAIBS. B. k 0. R. R. Timb Tabus.?On and after Sunday Juue 15th, 1879, Trains will leave Weodstock as follows : MOVIKQ WEST. Through Freight Leaves A. M. 7:41 Way Freight, Leave? P. M.2:47 Passenger Traia LeaveB 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 i Haeooic Notice? Cassia Lodge, No. 142, F. A. M. meets in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the lait Monday night of each month. Candy is advertised in New Market for ten cents per pouud. What a flue place for boys that have ten cents. The wealher lor the last fsw day? has been very favorable for farmer's work and a l?rm acreage has been plan? ted in corn. If you want a good suit cf Ready Made Clothing, go to J. W. Martin's. Our merchants who have just re? turned from the North with full assort? ments of new goods are now ready to furnish bargains to their enstomers.? Advertisement?, giving f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 5 May 1880

FARM AN? FlttSIOEi t^ Swinc. A. B. ALLEN. Swine have increased to rapidly- iu Uic United States and its Territories during the past 10 years, that an indefinite guess only can be given as to the num? ber which the cens?a of next June will show us on its com pie lion. A recent report winch I have seen ot the ho^s packed at tbe West, in the season of 1878, puts the figures at 5,850,000, while those of 1S70 are represented at some? thing less. The Hon. J. I?. Podge, m a late art;?l?! in the live and dead swine ex? ported in 1879 it 6,000,000 head ; and the annual product of our country ot the enormous ?eight of 5.000,000,000 pounds. Ho\r nearly exact this may be I cannot say ; but in any event, it a perfectly correct weight could be had at this momeut, there is no doubt we should be astounded at the addition? al figures it would show over those o? the year 1870. Suppose the live weight of .swine, as stated above was of the best breed, as the Berkshire, it would be a low figure to set d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 12 May 1880

WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 12,1880. NO. 51. SHENA u n n tHCNANDOAH HERALD IST Subscripts >n, T -. In advance. If 11't ?>. Fifty Cents ?m All coinmuincat, ? ? bar d for as a adv i. Job Print AU kinds of Job Wi >'.. .i the most roas : Prof T EM?EL BORDER, ATTORNEY Post ' O/Tk BHENANDOAI1 C COURTS-^ CLAIMS eol ecu. BUSINESS v fill, cartful and IV Ou won ?will I: i et elle Han toi "<, Bai i Strasburg ir w Hatch 10?1 A (;'v ' AT TO R > E Y Office Wild H WOt ; , Will practice ; adjacent fir B] ?lalms and alll \\ ;', i. i i is "' day, bef re Ini ! I Dr". I,. H .1 ? Seit. Sth?tf. Moses 1Valt>v. ALTOS w WI ?mon i ties of Pa -. W Earing i tal 3omrts i ?hi i living 9v>' i lal H. Ci ALLES. JTllkn attorney WOi i ? BHENANDOAH April, W-tf % AS. II. WI1 II '? WM. 11/ (LI.?AM ATTORXEYS w. i Practio. ' ham, ra;;e. 1": ' n the 0 I", s. Diati ?uecial att( :. a t r o i Wo frac;; %W Bi prompt attent JiD.it?tf. II. II. RIDDL1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 12 May 1880

SHENANDOAH HERALD I? FCILlSElD tlEILI ?T ?HtNANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHIN8 CO ?:'* ei.i WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednesiiav Hay 12. 1880. ?TJK TICKET. The Nominees -OF THE National Democratic' Party. Democratic Heeling A meeting for the purpose of organiz? ing the Democratic party of Shenandoah for the present National Campaign was held m the Court House oa last Mon? day. Moses Walton ? Eaqr. was elected Pr?sident and stated that the object of the mooting was to select delegates to the R'chmoml Cenvention called to elect Wegatea to the National Demo? cratic (Tonvculljn to be held m Cin natt:. On motions Editors of newspapers resent wove electee! Secretary. On motion a committee of ?ix, one from each Magisterial District, wa? ap? pointed to prepare business. The fol? lowing named committee were appoin? ted : G. 8. Mocm. II. C. Allen, D. S. Henkel. .7. II. KodefTer. E. B. Whis sec and ?be 1 Funk. The 'committee reported tho following resolutions which were adopted, there being but one dis? sen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 12 May 1880

SHENANDOAH HERALD WOODSTOCK VA. Wedueedav ?ay I?. I ?80. TOWI AMD COUNTY AFFAIES. B. A O.K. It. Tims Tablk. On ?nd after Sunday June 15th, 1879, Trains will leave Woodstock as follow.- : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Leaves A. II. 7:i? Way Freight, Leaves P. M.2:47 Passenger Tram Leave! T. M.1:41 MOVINU EAST. Way Freight Leaves A, M.M:29 Passenger Train Leaves P. M.2:47 Through Freight Leaves P. M.7:39 Sfnaouio Notice, Ca*sia Lodge, No. 142, !'? A. M, meets ia Masonic Hall, the last Monday night of each ra It is not lawful to ati wanner between M iy I th and ruly 1-'. - ? ?o? m -. The opening of Iho ( re near the depot has been postponed till fur? ther notice. Episcopal?ervices. -Rev. u'. W. Walke, will ;. ach in the C Sunday May 16th, li A. M.aud 7* P. y Classa_The v : - lorrned Church ? Church in this Coun May 13th. at 7J P. M. lien'; Finly a:. ' were tried at our coun 1 charge oflarceny. Hem and sentenced t Maria was - I days :i jail. Dr. fluffni r Su] Inatrncboo Inforn mouwcalih ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 12 May 1880

FARM AND FIRESIDE, Chips for trae Huaacktxpcr^ Basket. Use kerosense to clean unvarnished furniture. Try benzine foi leipuk'iug pain;. spatters on window glass. Blankets, and indeed flannels of au y kind, should not be washed with soap which has resin in it. If cheese gets too dry to eat, grate it, pour on brandy and pack ?in to jars. An excellent wax varnish for furni? ture is made by dissolving over a gentle heat, tbrce ounces of wax in one?? quart ofturpiutinc. Cse waste paper for clean'.:.. >;, . -. linwaro, kt?vc4 spoon?,, whitlow.. niuTors, lamp-chimneys, ate. Dissolve four or five pounds of wash? ing soda in boiling water and tlirow down the kitchen sink to prevent the pipes stepping up with grease, etc. Do this every few weeks. Sweet oil is recomrueuded for polisli jag pianos. Apply with a chamois skin and rub with the oil. It requires oue or two hours of hard rubbing to re? store au instrument to its original lostcr. Ta Relieve Corna on the Solo of the Foot. e Cu...

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