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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 May 1880

tf*n\\m+. tarns' VOL. GO. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, MAY 19,1880. SHENANB3AH HERALD ta I>C?l-?i?r;>._ ??.I.KLT ?s IHENANDOAH HERALD P.DUSH PS-Sultcrlptlon, Or.c-!? ::.. .... 1 payable n aiU. A'l communications of a pi charg?? for as a ailvertisliis. Job Printing. AU kluds of J. ! the most reason?!.!., rate? I ' ' L EMU EL BORDEN, AT TO II. Yy AT /. .1 W Post Office addrtte, U BHKNANDOAB CO., VA. COURTS?s' ? i CLAIMS ? cesa. BUSINESS s ful, jSSItflll a? . Vf Oa i ?rill meet ib, nil HarrisTillc, Ra? : gtiasburi! or Wo il.t.ck. March 10 lid. A G. WY? A T T 0 R ?V Otto With Hor. H WOOD&KM K Will|iimHni in t?v adjacent counties. ttr ftp . ?laiins and all legi Williik in ?'. day, before lav Dr. L. U. .' .-.'...:? Btpt. Ilk?U. MOKFS Watto?". VITALTOl- .?? W rr-MosF? w ".les of I'agc. Wtl Haviii,; .; lotnts -f ?repared t i living snecial an. I g. (.'. ALLES. LLEiS & ! A ATTORAJ SUENA:?! April, 29-tf ,45. II. *.V!1 : WM. 1*4? ItXMMS I ATTOR> ; wool Pract;ce In " ? ham, 1 . t...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 May 1880

SHENANC3?HHERALD Il rCBLlSHBD WVIXLT ?T WENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO t. : i ' - ?v ' '--r- ?,'f~; 'WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednoaslay May 19, 1880 O?JRTICKETa The Nominees -OF THE National Democratic Party. We publish the proceedings of a meeting of the Mahonc wing of the Readjustee m Alexandria as published in the Alexandria Gaiette. A careful perusal of this article by the Demo? cratic reasljusters of this county will abow them ?hers the independent ticket scheme would carry them. If you want more evidence, wait for the ?Tuly contention, and then study the com position of that body. The indepen? dent ticket's only hope of success is bastid upon the support of the negroes of Eastern Virginia. Without lhat support, it ?ill necessarily fail. With it, they cannot expect the support of the white readjustee of this Valley.j ~?-??BBS?? ?^?m? A lew Readjuster meetings still re? solve in favor of the Independent ticket. Our people begin to think the Indepen? dent ticket a very singular thin...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 May 1880

SHENANDOAH HERALD WOOD8TOC1C V__. Wetlm ??la-, .Hay 19, 11-80. TOWH AND COUNTY AFFAIRS. B. & 0. R. It. Time Table.?On and 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 Train Leaves P. M.1:41 MOV1NO EAST. Way Freight Leaves A, M.11:29 Passenger Train Leaves P. M.2:47 Through Freight Leaves P. M.":39 SE**?-'*?-'**-*?*?** .I...'. Masonic Notice? Cassia Lodge, No. 142. P. A. If, -meets in Masouic Hsll, Woodstoek, the last Monday night of each month. ^-M-?-M-M--?--'*---?-?W? Hon. Charles II. Lewis, ?>f Mocking ham, at one time minister to Portugal, died in Harrisonlni-g, last Monday. "SelliDg out at oi less iban cost at the cheap store, near the d? pot. It. Rev. Esra F. Bu?ev, a protniueut miuister of the Baltimore Coufereoco, M. E. Church, South.?ii?.d in Baltimore, last Thursday. Wauted to trade 4.000 No. I Po? tomac Herrin;,' for bacon ami whit? corn by \V. C. Barron....

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 May 1880

FARM AND FIRESIDE. ? ? ? ? Artificial Butter. BY II. A. MOTT, JK., E M. PH. D. For a number of years past at? tempts have been made to manufac? ture butter from substances other than cream. The only successful process, as yet discoveied, is the manufacture of butter irom caul-fat. Many patents have been granted for its manufacture, but after very carefully considering them all. 1 rind* they are one and all infringe? ments on Mege's original patent, taken out into England July 17, 1869, and in this country. Decem? ber^, 187.3, (Reissue, May 12, 1874). Mege pa ented the two principle operations, in the manu? facture of artificial butter irom ani? mal fats :? 1st. The extraction of the oil, at a low tempera.are, from the fat. 2d. The converting of the oil by churning with milk into butter. Whilst Mege has patented the two important operations mentioned above, it must not be forgotten that each operation must be carried on. or elaborated according to certain formulae, to produce a produ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 May 1880

VOL. 60a WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MAY .26,1880. NO. 33. SHENAN??AHHERALD I? ruBLiSiiaD vt?tiLl a? WENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO B?-5ai?ia1ption, One Dollar and a half per yea* | payable a advance. Ah communication? of a private nature v.111 be charge*! fur a? a advertising. Job FrhitiiiK. All kind? of Job Work done at shortuoticeand the most reasonable rates Professional Cards. ] EMUEL BORDER, ATTORNEY AT LA W, Post Ofh\e address, SM'MSVlLLE, BHKNANDOAH CO., VA. COURTS? Mieuamloah, Frederick li. el Inghsrn, CLAIMS OoSacled v.ith and walnut legal pro el's?. BUSINESS wMlreoeire prompt, paUent, faith? ful, careful an? energetic attention. I?T" On receiving reaaonable notice by mail, wlTJ rmet clients at i ii v Brook, Ml. Olrre, narria-Tille, Sanneville, Alonarille, llaoreitown, ck. Mar. A G. WYXKOOP. A T T O /. NE Y AT LA W, Office With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. ?WOODSTOCK VA. Willvractice in the courts of Shenandoah and adjacent nonwilf? tST~ Special attention giv?n to the collection ?f ?l...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 May 1880

SHENANGO?H HERALD i? rnsLiM?? waxKLT aw MENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO 'WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednesday May 26, 1880. OtjRT?CKET? "The Nominees -OF THE National Democratic Party. State Convention. The Convention of tho Democratic party of Virginia which assembled in Kichmond last Wednesday was one of the largest bodies of the kind that ever convened in Virginia. The proceed? ings were characterized by perfect har? mony. It will be observed that F. M. McMullin, of Greeu county, was made the elector for this congressional dis? trict. Mr. Mcaiullin is a gentleman of character and ability. He has had a great deal of experience asa member of the Virginia Legislature, and is a debator of more than ordinary capacity. His acal in the cause and energy in? sure a vigorous canvass of the district. General Fchols of Augusta county is one of the electors at large. He is a gentleman of vigorous intellect and very few public mcu in the State are his equals as an orator. It will be his duty to speak...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 May 1880

SHENANDOAH HERALD WOODSTOCK V.4.. ?Ve-dneadav M?y 16, 1880. TOWI AlOoTOTY APrAIBS. B. & O. R. R. Time Table.?On iud 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 Maaonic notice. Cassia Lodge, No. 142, F. A. M. meets in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, ', the last M outlay night of each month. Stc ailveriisciuenl ot Nelson & Co. m utio'.her column. W?. regret to aunouuce the death in Philadelphia week before last ot the mother of Hon. Wru. Milncs. Front Boyal has a chlan gang, an in? stitution much needed in many of our Valley towns. Elegant samples ot tine wall paper for parlor, hall and dining rooms. Call at Bargelt's and examiue them, PrtOM j low. It.' The barn of Nathnuiel Burwcll.near Millwood, Clarke county, Va., was de ?troyed by tire Th...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 May 1880

FARM AND.FIR-SIED a"**C*kt How to boy to Horse. Look at him standing quietly In his stable, to Bee be has no trick like that of putting one hind foot over the other. In doing this he often cu?s the fore? part of his hind foot with the sharp calks of his shoe, thus making him lame per? haps for months. When brought out, do not allow him to be jockied in his paces. Take your stand on one side of the road, and let him walk naturally antl quietly by ; then turn antl walk by. showing his other side. Now stand behind and have him walk off in front o? you and from you ; then turn and walk towards you. Observo if he goes freely and easily and plants his hind feet in the track? of his fore feet. Next, have him trotted by you, to aud forth, watching his action closely. Now look at his eyes|and make a mo? tion with your band towards them, as ifyoo intended to strike. If he winks quickly, or draws the head back, ' the Tlsion may be depended on generally asfgood, and no blindness in him. Tbc sye...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 2 June 1880

VOL. 60. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, e~TNE % ,880, NQ' j SHENANDOAH HERALD II rUBLiiH?.D waiKLT ?T IHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO rtrsuhacription, One Dollar and a half per year payable in advance. AM communication? of a private nature will be charged for as a advertising. Job Printing. AU kindi of Job Work done at abort notice and the moat reasonable ratea Professional Cards. j EMUEL BORDEiN, A ttomnTy at law, Post Office address, SaUMSVILLE, BHCNANDOAH CO., VA. COURTS-Slienandoah, Frederick.Roclingham. CLAIMS eoBaeted with und without legal pro? cees. BUSINESS w-11 receive prompt, patient, faith? ful, careful and energetic attention. tr On receiving reasonable notice by mall, will meet clients at Tom'? Brook, Mt. Olive, Harriiville, Savmsville, Alonzville, Maureitown, Strasburg er Woodstock. March 10- 8mo. A G. WYNKOOr, A T TO R NE Y AT LA W, Office With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA. Will practice In the court? of Shenandoah and adjacent countiee. tV Special attention given to t...

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

SHENANDOAHHERALD ii rsmn? wawir ?v IHENANOOAH HERALD r?UBLISHlNO CO 'WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednesdny Jane 2, 1880. OUR TICKET? The Nominees -OF THE National Democratic Party. PRESIDENTIAL TICKET. VOR >RB8IDEWT: THE NOMINEE OF THE CINCINNATI CON VENTI0N ; FOR VICE-PRBSIDKBT. THE NOMINEE Of TUB CINCINNATI .CON? VENTION; FlkctObV? at Labs?. V. W. McKlNXlY, JOH-I ECHOL?! Dl?TWCT Et-ICTOll?. 1st District?Thomas CaoxTov.'of Essex. 2nd " ?L. R. Watt?, of Portsmouth. 3rd " ?Bui. Cabtu, of Hanover. 4th " ?SASirat. L. Coliman, "th " ?J. 8, Tir-TO?, of Halifax. ?th " ?Ramcxl OairriN. 7th '" ?F M. McMt-llK?, of Green. Bib " ?J. T. MgNirEB, of liapi aLantiock. irth " ?William Trnar. A "lew Bodge The Staunto? Virginian seems to be of the opinion that the Readjustcr Con? vention will nominate an electoral ticket headed by the nominees of the Cincinnati Contention. A scheme so transparent as that will only command the support of those who desire to see the success of the Republican party. Two ele...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 2 June 1880

SHENANDOAH HER/ WOODSTOCK VA. Wednesday Juue -i, ISH TOWIT AKT/ OOITNTY AIFAI B. & O. R. R. Time Table. and after Sunday June 15th, Trams will leave Woodstock as foil MOVING WEST. Through Freight Leaves A. M. Way Freight, Leaves P. M. Passenger Train Leaves P. M...? moving east. Way Freight Leaves A, M.! Passenger Train Leaves P. M...., Through Freight Leaves P. M. Maftoiilc Xotiee. Cassia Lodge, No. 112, F. A. meat? iu Masonic Hall, Wood?! the ln*t Monday night of each mon We had flnc rains on Saturday yesterday. Crop? are doint; well. A fsTW strawberries have made t appearance in this market. The base ball season in this plac? rapidly approachiug lUcloss. Saml. Bell'a make of milk crocks sale bj J. YY. MARTIN. Tbea?le ofReal Ra?ate, advert? by I. H. Bird in the caae ofN. Painter vs. E. Painter has been erred. Festival.?There will be a Fe?t at the New Hamburg Church, on Su; day, July 3d. The Edil will be in attendance. The most noted men of modern t'u have publicly attested to ...

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

FARM AND FIRESI ED "v ,'-rr A Few Plain Facts. Some people do not think much about what they have te eat and fre? quently eat more than is good for them, but that is no reason why a wife should question her husband' s right to pro-, test against the steak beiug sacrificed to flame and smoke, aud consider any in? sinuations as to the character of the cof? fee or the quality of the bread as a direct violation of his vow to love and cherish her. It ?9 no reasou why the table and its belongings should be the source of perpetual skirmishing, or that t^Midvancement of new-fangled no? tions should be regarded as so many impending woes. A man may be healthy and hearty, and still bo fastidi? ous, and it is expecting a great deal of human nature, that such an one should sit calmly down and see Hie substance which ho provides, ruined by improper cooking, or that he should eat precisely the same food day after day without a murmur. Even IboBsh womanly vanity may be wounded, womanly justice will...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 June 1880

VOL. 60* WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9,1880. NO. 35. 5HENAND0AH HERALD il vu?iaiH?D -r*t?ai.T ht IHCNANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO a-r-Sno-eription, One Dollar and a half per year payable la ?dvanc?. All c<>?ainBJiieation?of a prl*?te nB??Te ?rill he char?;*?- for a? a adv?rtiahi?. Job Printing. all Und? of Job Work dono at ?hortnotlcfand the moat reason?M? rates Professional Cards. ?Ml'l-.L B ?DEN, 'attornYy at law, Post Office address, SaUMSVILLE, sni:NANDOAii CO., va. COURTS?Shenandoah, Frederick.RockinRham. CLAIMS collocttd with and without legal pro ? BUSINESS w?U receive prompt, patient, faith? ful, careful and energetic attention. Ilr- On receiving reasonable notice ny man, win meet clfc-uts at Tom's Brook, Mt. pirre, IlarritTilla, SaumcTille, Alonivllle, Maureitowu, Strasburg or Weodstook. March 10-Sroo. L A g. wyxxoop. attorney at \la w, Offico With Hon.#H. C. ALLEN. ??WOODSTeK'K. VA. Will practice In the coarta of Shenandoah and ?rlirce?t counties. ., tr Special at...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 June 1880

SHENANDOAH HERALD i? roa.iSBBD ??nu ?v 'WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednesday Jane t, I SSO OUR TICKET. Tho Nominees ?-0F THE Nanonal Democratic Party. PRESIDENTIAL TICKET. _FOR_ ?RSSIDEB*r _ TUB SOMIXEE OF TUB CINCINNATI COS VtNTIOS ; fob vicb-prksidebt: tbb nomiseb op tub ciscinsati cob VKSTION; Flbctob? at Line?. Tp. W. MtEnmBT, Joa? KoBOt?. 'D.sraioT'KitTToa?. lit DUtrict-THCaU* Cboxto?, of Ztmtx. ?tad - ?L. a. Wan?, of Portamontk. ?r* " ?Hill Csbtjb, of Hanover. 4th " ?S.atCZL L. OOLBatAV, Mh " ?J. 8. Tino?, of H?Uf?x. ?tu " ? SaatcBL ??un?. 7th " ? r. M. M cal I'll?*, of Ureea. sth " ?J. V. Mimru. of Kippahaanocl. But " -Wnut? Ttaax. t?arfleld ?\omtuate?l. On the 3Cth ballot Hen. Jas. A. Gar* field of Ohio, was nominated as the Republican -candidato for President. While we are glad to see this decided opposition to third termism, and the final removal of Grant from the possi? bility of filling the presidential chair, we regarded him as the weakeit of the probable candidates and for t...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 June 1880

SHENAe'DOAH HERALD woodstock: va. sVednetodav June?, 1880. T?WB AMD00?J1TY AFfAIRS, B. A 0. R. B. Time Table.?On and after Sunday June 15th, 1879, Trains will leave Woodstock as follows : MOVING WEST. Through Freight Leaves A. M. 7:41 Way Freight, Leaves F. M.2:47 Passenger Traia Leaves F. M.1:41 MOVINO EAST. Way Freight Leaves A, M.? .11:29 Passenger Train Leaves F. M.2:47 Through Freight Leaves F. M.7:3'.? Mnaonlc Xotlcc, Cassia Loelgc, No. 142, F. A. M. meets in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the last Monday night of each month. |ir. Philip Frye, an aged citizen ol this place, died lost eveniug. The next General Assembly of the Presbyterian (Jhurch will meet in Stauutou. The Isaac *Bu8l.oug tract of land advertised to be sold, has been sole! privately to NoabBauscraian for $1800. ,-a. .?>. ?a? The farmers aro boa*, cutting grass. ifany caniplaiu that hay making, harvesting aud corn-plowing all come together this year. h? i ? ? a ? ii Ge to Geaky's for harvest whisky. -?a? .?). ?aa.....

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 June 1880

FARM ANDI-'.RESIDE Sheep VM. Cows. A Rural subscriber has written to us that he thinks lhat, m our statements of the comparative cost of keeping Bheep and cows, in the Rural of Nov. 22, we did not do full justice to the latter. Wo think, on the contrary, that we did not do full justice to the ?beep when we stated that five coar?e*wooled sheep required the same amount of feed as one cow, and that seven mediuiu wooled or the same number of fine wooled sheep.could likewise be kept on the amount of teed necessary for one cow. We have taken the trouble to iuquirc of several farmers in this vicinity also subscribers to the Rural, and they agreo with us, without an exception, lhat we estimated the sheep too low.? All o? these persons keep sheep as well as cows. Our estimate of 150 pounds of butter to a cow is also too high, as the average yield per cow throughout the State of New York is 115 pounds.? Sx coarse-wooled sheep to one cow, and eight of medium and cf ,fine wool would be uearer t...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 16 June 1880

VOL. GO. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16,1880. NO. %. SHENANDOAH HERALD is rostaaHiD wk?kl? *v WENAN?OAH HERALD PUBLISHING CI tar Su ascription, One Dollar and a liai, ?syabl? la> advaue?. All communications of a private nature wilt be charged for as a advertising. Job l'Hiiaing. All kinds of Job Work donc at short uoticeand the must reasonabta rates Professional < V/W?. \ <;. WTBKOOF, A t TO UNE Y AT \L A IT', Office With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK. VA. Will practice In the courts cf Slicnsndoali and sdiarent cotintiea. IT" Bysela] Battant! m |xrea to the coi:*, .ml all legal bastases eutrnrti I toi a iv Mr. SACStson "tt afrlday ?nd Patur Say, bef.re the lad Tuesday of cash month. Dr. la, H. Jordan's Drut BI Ik?tf. ?osnaa walto*. M. L, .\ \lto> WALTON & WAJ ?T ATTOBXXTB AT LA? WOODSTOCK, VA ????MOSES WALTON also rracti. lie? of Page, Warren aun R Ttaviiip .i'ullfled in the Dlatrld and ?"purts >f the United State?, in Virginia. He is ?repar : jHvlng special at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 16 June 1880

SHENANCOAH HERALD IS ITBUiHSD aasKLi ?V BrlENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO KB WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Wednesday June 1?, 1880 OURITCKETs Tha Dloxninees .-. *?? ?a -OF fHE National Democratic Party. PRESIDENTIAL TICKET. rott preside:?*._ THE S0MISl5:'"?yTT?Ii*"' CINCINNATI COS nornoB ; FOrt VJCK-ritESIDENT. THEXOMISKE OK THE CINCINNATI CC VENT10N; Ei.c*iOxs at Lasos. P. W. Ms KSSttkBB, J0H5 EcnoLs. DUTBICTJElBTTOR?. Ht District?Thomas CBOXTOs/of Essex. 2nd " ?L. R. Watts, of Portaraotith. Srd " ?Bill Cabtkb, of Hanover. ttli " ? S.mckl L. Colmas, Mh " ?J. 3. Tiptox. of Halifax. fltli " ?Sahu-el Griifi*. 7th " ? F. M. MoMrLLEs, cf Groen. fcth ?' ?J. Y. Mevifek, ol Kappahannock. 9th " ? Willi \st TiBitr. AsFAKaswecan learn, the people of this comity ?ire determined that State issues shall not divide them in the Presidential contest. The effort to briug about division and discord bv the ruumng of an independent ticket is dis ceuntcnancd, we think, by all classes of our people. The re-adjustm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 16 June 1880

SHENANBOAH HERALD WOO?8TOCK VA. WeilnemlHT June 1?, I SSO. TOWN AUD ?01TNTY AITAIES, B. * O. R. K. Time Tablb and after Sunday June 15th, Trains tvfll leave Woodstock as follows : movino WEST. Through Freight Loaves A. M. 7:11 Wa\ Freight. Leaves P. M.2:47 Passenger Train Leaves P. M.1:11 IIOVINU EAST. Way Plight Leave? A, M.11:29 Passenger Train Leavi i P. M.2:47 Through Freight Leaves P. M.7:M Masonic Xotice, Ca-sia Lodge, No, 142, P. A. If. meets in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, thalaal Monday nighf of each montai. >.'. ' ' ???????????????????????? _| ?_ ?.'apt. (?eg. W? Ko. Niz. wl o bas QU te tick, lias so tar re covered n< to be able to attend to his bostneas. v, Mk. WAtkins, ot Croas Keys, Rockinglmn, preached in the Pi bytenan Church of this j Is - Th? oat crop will be shorter than usual this year. Borne of our farm, is complain of a small black bug which is dostroying the oats. The best tmlaunth-ied shirt in the market, ouly $1.00at J. W. Mabttn's. Thk hay crop bas not i ?...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 16 June 1880

FARM AND FIRESIDE Domestic Recipes. TO MAKS BOOTS WATKR-PROOF. Melt together four ounces 01 beef tallow, one ounce of resin, on? ounce of beeswax. When coli add a quantity of ncat's-foot oil equal to the mass. Warm the boots or shoes before a fire, and apply with a rag to the soles as well as uppers. Two applications will make them thoroughly water-proof. .VARNISH FOR DRAWINGS. Dissolve one ounce of good isinglass in a pint of water over a slow fire. ? Strain through muslin. Try first on a p'.*:e of paper. The mixture should be moderately warm. If the size glistens, it is too thick and should be thinned with water. If it soaks into the paper it requires more isinglass?it should merely dull the surface, Give the drawing tws or three coat?, letting it dry between each. Apply with a flat, camel's ?hair brush, and be careful, particularly in the first coat, to bear very lightly on the brush. Finish bv giving three coats with the best mas lick varnish* GLUE. The hotter the glue when appl...

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