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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 April 1878

amlivah vol.: 58. WOODSTOCK? VA?, WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 24 1878. NO. 29 SilEN aANDOAH HERALD IH PUBLISHED WEEKLY BI 8HENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO I**" Subscription, T?vo Dollars per Tear payable i:i a Ivauce. If not paid in advance, Two Dollar* ?ad iity Cents will be charged. All c -mmuui ati >n? of a privat.? nature will be cbarRed for as a adveriisiuu. Job Printing. Alt kinds of Job Wort done at *ho:t notice and the most reasonable Proftentonal Cards. G. WYNKOOP, .{ T T <> H .V B )' AT LA W, CiFice on Main Street Oppoilte the Court House. Wi.O'.evi'?.? K. VA. \S i 11 r?ct:c- in the Co',:;'.- ol Sloii.tidnah ami ? non et -.-?t' '-,:? care. h?t?, SViLLi'Els dr. I m s . in ou Tlmrslav, Krilav aud Satilrd?'. . i each ?u.iuth, at Dv. L. B. , . store. M. I.. V u. CON -.\' -.ALT 'N ATTOBNETS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. sein the Coai). I ?l.-tri.-t :.i) ! .11, :. Bankruptcy. :-. .? . .? A LLEN a MAt.RlTDER. A?TOKNK?S AT LAW. DST0CK, EN AN DOAH COU STY, VA. I. WILL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 April 1878

SHOINDOAH HERALD Ig rUBLlSHED WKKKLY BY 8HENAND0AH HERALD PUBLISHING CO W001KRKK. VIRGINIA. >Ve?lnoMlay- April 21 IS7s ??-??-?-??-????? ii .- i ? We publish in this I88UC a singular uote, written by Hon. R. M. T. Hun? ter, Treasurer of the State of Virginia, and published in the Richmond WhigALt expreses surprise and concern that a letter giving a true account of the pro? ceeding*, in the treasury department ol Virgiuia should hcvcbecn published and promises that he will take effectual measures to prole? t himself and the of bce (rsmsuch revolation of official raro* i-dings. It may be unpleasant for some of the officers oftbe Mate government to have all the official pro posed to the scrutiny of the people of the State, but it woul 1 appear to ns ?s eminently proper that the people should be fully acquainted with these pi inga. They should understand, al all times, the exact financial stsnding of the government, they should know the ilifficulties with whl h the officials a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 April 1878

SHEXAXDOAll HERA WOODSTOCK VA., Wednesday Ipril 'iith. 18" TOW? AND COUNTY AFFAIB B. ? O. B. U. Timi: T.vi.iii:. ;uul afterJSuudayNov. 1 Mh l>77 ti will arrive and leave Woodstock follows : WBBTSB3 BOUXD. Fteigtit train leaves A. If. '.).'. PWsseaget - M P. M. 1.4 Freight " " P. M. 2.3 KASTERX BOUND, freight train leave? A. M 1( Passenger " arrive- P. M. 1 " leaves P. M. 1 Freight " leaves 1'. M. '.) Freight trains leaving at A. M. 0 i.ud P. M. 9.06 respectively mu Sunday*, Mondays, Tuesdays, Tim k days and Saturdays only. \\\ otl * trains dally except Sundays. All regular trains have passenger a attached. Cobn Piaxtixu.?Our farmers a begining to plant their corn. A larj acrerag? will be pot in corn this l>n:i'. Mr. Obcd Ilockman, an ol citizen of this county, ?lied al hi? nan Church, "ii last Sa uroay. ? ??? ? Mni. Kextixo.?The Grandsta mill in Kdiuburg, w is renting, on last Monday, t > Mr. Will ?am Wightinao at *501. i?er year. Foxes Killed.?Mr. J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 April 1878

FARM AND FIRESIDE. To Make rou.iry Pay. IIKNllY II . wiNTr.l; Ti;i: \ rME For hens to luv in \\ sary that ihey slum ? d with all the r? q? r ? . ? matter, clean. .: -- ..1 caiv, to i. ?. ;? th-jm in a high state ut In altli an ilitiou. I o (mired by natui ThU substaiii siipblied by giving tin m souud. s a than by an* . or pr. - p.tration sold The high i'i. of such i . how? ever good they may he, ; yond rea h of I i pro? le return for t!, ? outlay. A trill invested in a few si tu pic things, such us peppi :'? i ul\ ulpliur, aud cayenne, ans ??/keepift -? r.vt h twice a ??ci .. ha a.lin ,. Other.- and ir I i'oi- the d pretty v. til und breedti's aud J Some year could be done for a - and pal.i u for the :n i! tak'.'U beiorc the I.? will ??eueralh ? nier. ho'.1. - ' er, ear to ?peiitl much time or .. fowl?arc ? . : :i the trouble. Yet, he finds any appearance of dlsi 'nek. lie must make an effort to and not, as many will it upon, leave them to tbeir late. la BMat casi -. the .-? n ad i ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 1 May 1878

mi$? i.? ?. ? ?&m YOL. 58. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, MAY, 1 1878. NO. 30 SHENANDOAH HERALD IB rUBLISHKI? WEF.XLT BT i ?HENANDOAH HERA'.D PUBLISHING CO my* Subacription, ??i Dolli?? per yearpayable in a.lvmce. If not pai 1 in alvauce, Two Dollar? and i?ty Ceuta will be charged. All e >rnmuni-ati?u? o! a nr.?-?t... ulr- will be charged for as a advcrtlsiuu. Job Printing. All kinds of Job Work ?lone at abort notice and the most reas??uab'." Professional < 'ardt, A t?. WYXKOOl*. .1 TTO UN E Y AT L A W, Offico on Main Street Opposite ?ne Court House. WOOIaSTOCK, VA. Wi'l practice :i: ttMOOllIt* all u'lil adjacent c a tJf Sp,-cii, . "tJon of claim? and a I legal bailueee entruated to S-pt. -.ih-tf. Wiixwm Mr. Iacehoi? on Thnrelay, Friday and Saturday, bat r> the "nd 1 mouth, at Dr. I. H Jordan's l MoaSa Wvlton. II. I. Vatio? W\I.1'?)N .V WALT'S". ITTOBNET8AT LAW woor>sro<K. va. rr'MOsF.S ?ALTON ' ? ? ' -. li.i.mg quallted...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 1 May 1878

SHENANDOAH HERALD It PUBLISHED WBKKLT 11? 8HENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. *Tedne?daj May 1, 1878. ?*?l^^^?*^'^^^??V*J*?^^^^^!^^?^^^^^-^ " The Tex en Coupent?Action of the Su prem? Court. In the Supremo Court of Appeals Judge Christian mad? the following announcement: 1b the case ot ilurtmau vs. Green hew, treasurer, tbe president of the court was so situated as iu his opinion to mako it improper for him to sit ou the case; it was consequently argued before a court of four judges. The quettion so elaborately and ably argued at the bar was upon a petition for a mandamus. riartman. being a tax-pave; residing in the city of Richmond, tendered to Grecnhow, the City treasurer, in pay? ?cent of his State taxes, a coupon for 430 cut Irom a bond of the Slate of Vir? ginia, but of which Hartman was not tbs holder. Greenhow refused to re ?eire this C'.upoii at its face-value, but insisted upon deducting there-from the tax prescribed by the acl '?:' A-seinbly. and thereupon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 1 May 1878

SHENANDOAH IIKKAIA) \V:>i !K VA., ] nay 1st 1878. LSD 00?HTY AFFAIES. . ??. R. TlMK Taluk.?On '' .. 18th In 7 trains Ittock as S !>. A. M. 9.21 ? ? P.M. 1.41 . P. M. ? A. M ]'. XI. \J. M. 1". M. A. M.9.21 ?y run on vs. Thura ilv. All other a? ..i?i??a?n?aa-a 2.39 10.18 1.25 1.50 9.06 . - ? ? I iu the . ..m Xcw M -...?i of - I :. ." ? ? ? ?- a? S itur* May. Many . a- to - -. L. - ? ? ? !. dur? ' Mr. I?. >. ilature. u ; well, in line ? ii.- enjoyms ?.-a. ??? m - the back of 1 '?y Mr. Joseph ! . The i variety known as the w< ighed iple before tu is very ires 16 Inches in p weighed ? ? ?a ??>? ? Mr. Rob't Borke of the lirm ' ' nburg bas B more, not to remove ? to return with an ex? spring and Stim . which will be on exhibition at th? b* stoi l. urg, where they tnarkably low pi ? examine a nice stock or *.o purehase at very low pri?e?? arc I to call next week. (:i;<. fix Co?bt.?The Circuit Court for this county adjourned y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 1 May 1878

FARM AND FIRESIDE. Dees Poultry Pay . "la. IT. HENRY BatUCS. A*, eggs sell belter in winter than at any other time it is well to keep such fowls as lay best in winter, and to keep them in laying couditum. Ileus will not lay ?nicas in toying condition. Hens will not lay uule*9 kept in good order?not loo fat bul active ; combs, bright red ; oyc, sparkling ; leathers, close and . ; and their whole appcarauc live? ly and health'. The Leghorns are ?owls that answer best for marketable eg***. ; they respond quickly to extra food und care, aud will lay m eold weather, if they have a warm bouse. The Brown appear to bo a little hardiet than the White, espe? cially wbt-n young, and they are also the. liest lav?is. If a cruaa is pre 1er red the Light Brahma appear* to mc to be the best cross. The cruaa, hardens their constitutions so that they care less about cold. Il will not, however, im? prove their rammer toying, but will make many ol them want 10 s.t. which the pure-bred Leghorn does not ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 8 May 1878

?a VOL. 58. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MAY, 8 1878. no. :,i SHENANDOAH HERALD II rOBLIiaiD WEEILT BT ?HENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO taT" Sab?criptit>u, Two Dollar? per yoarpay?ble in Bdrauce. If not paid in advance, Two Dollar? ?ad tfty C?uU will be charged. All c >mrauul.-?ti m? of a private uature, will be charged for a? a advert isiug. Job Printline. All kind? of Job Work doue at ?hurt notice aud the moat reasonable rate?. Proft tsional t.'tirtlt. \ ?... WY3K00P, A T To It \ E Y AT L A W, Office on Mam Street C,-?p.kite the Court House WOODSTOCK, VA. Wi'l practice la the court? of Sbeiiaiuloah and ?djaceut counties. I??* Special attention given to the collection ol claim! and all legal buninens intruded to bin ear?, Sept. Mb-tf, Will at im Mr. lacaaOM on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, before tht- _nd Tn??dlj of each month, at Dr. L. H Jordau's Drugstore. Moss? Walton. M. L. Walton WALTON* A WALTON*. ATTORNEYS AT LAW woororocK, va. t?r-MOSE3 WALTON* also pra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 8 May 1878

SHENJ.NDOAH llERALD II rOBLUBED WIEILT SI ?HENANDOAH HERALD PU8USHING CO WOOBSTOCK, VIRGINIA. ->?____. We?utM?Mj .May M\ 1878. The Presidential Fran?!. The fraud by which If. 13. Hayes te cured the office of President of the I'nited States, notwithatandmg Tilden had been elected, by a majority of tin electoral vote and by a large majority 01 the popular vote, has been so thorough? ly exposed by the partie?* used by the consperators, that no Intelligent man can now have the least doubt upon the subject. So long a? it was a question t?aspicion, Hayes acting upon the pre sumption of baring secured a good title from the electoral commission, was apparently unconcerned ; lut now when the mean, by which the result was at? tained is a_?out being brought to light and there is a strong probability of hi* own complicity in the scheme being . s? posed, he manifests no little uneasim ts. ? That it was a scheme to defraud tin j people, aud that among the i conspirators were I ? &a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 8 May 1878

SflKXAXDOAU HERALD WOODSTOCK VA... Weduesiiay May SlU 1878. TOWN AND COUNTY AITAIBS. ***lwS t *mm ... i M IBS s SBlBl I ? e"B?"?**Ba II ?- a.A.e.Aie-.MM? B. ? 0. K. K. Thw TaIaBB.?On ami alter Sunday Nov. 18th 1>77 tra?na will arrive and leave .V<oodBtock as full" WKSTEKN HOI M?. Fieignt ?train ta?*-res A. M. '.-.iM Faasengei. 1'. M. 1.41 Freight " ?? 1'. M. t KASTEKN lltUMi, rrcight nain leaves A. M 10.18 Passenger *? arrivea I'. M. 1.23 ** leave? P. M. 1.50 . ?it ** leaves F. M. I...06 k Freight trains leaving at A. al. 9.21 anil 1'- M. 9.M respectively rua ou Sunday**, Mondays, Tueadajs, Than day? and Saturdays only. All other train? daily except Sundays. All regular trains bave paaaengtf ?tara attached. I- l .mil . -a-aaAa-^M Keligiovb Notick. I will ?preach in tin -prove, opposite the tollgate near Tom's Brook, on the second Sunday in May at 3. P. XL !.. Fox. Capt. John C Smith, the popular eon ductor on the Valle? Branch of B. a** U 1;. 1!. has been appoi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 8 May 1878

FARM AND FIRESIDE. Shirt Ironlmr. Experience and observation have long ere- this tau?hi me- that the- Ironing of shirts is no small item among the duties of the wit.', mother, daughter or bister. It has been the cause of many weary heads, aching backs, and tired arms, and if at soch times, when the ironer has done' her best, the' men-folks, uuraimlfiil ot th.' amount of patience and labor expended upon them, grum? ble because they do uot look better.how very trying it is! It the result of mj experience can be of any asslstanceto others. I must willingly give it. An easy way. 1 have found, is to ths solve the starch In a little cola wattr ; then pour on hol water, r?5-lfa pint to two u.i-'.i HJUlul Starch. \\ et m .,.. .,.? ?-j them up, let them lie two or three hours, and iron in the usual way. Hut when cuffs, collars, or shirts rtre to be ironed, IO they can be worn some little time without becom ng soiled, similar to laundry work, it requires more time anil labor. I have known oti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 15 May 1878

VOL. 58. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MAY, 15 1878. NO. 32 SHENANDOAH HERALD IS PUBLISH SD WII11LI BT tHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO VkV Subseriotiou, Two Dollara per yearpay-tble in ?dvauoe. If not paid In advance, Two Dollars and lfty Ceuta will be ?tiarged. AU c 'mmunicatison of s private Dit m will bo charged for a? a advertisiu??,. Job Pr.utl.ig. All kind? of Job Work doue at tin? t iiotici- aud the most reasonable rates. Pnfeeeional f 'tint*. A G. WYNKOOP, a TTo ii s t: y at l a iv. Office on Msin Street Opposite thj Court Home. WOODSTOCK, VA. Wi 1 practice lu the t urts i.f sbcnaudoah and sdjace it t-.?Hutte?. ta? Specnl att.nti-.ii i<ive:i t.? II ? claim? aud a l**J*J 1..I-.H? is I Dtrnst? ! to In? MM, Sept. *>ili?tf. Will bk in M r. 11 aud Saturday, ti.-f T.- III ? lui Tue-.in?," m??utb, at Dr. L. H J ?rdau*? Drugstore. M ?-iIs afsl M. L. Walths. IfTALTOsI fc WALT >N. >T ATTOBKCTSAT LAW WOO I ?It?. K. VA. larMilSES WAL'l'iN also pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 15 May 1878

8HKNAND0AH HERALI > tS fCBHSBBD ?BBBLT BT ?MENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO ? WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. ? an ? Wednrodaj May 15? 1878. The f eaferene?. Washington, May 13.?A confer? ence ot members of the democratic con? gressional committee, with several prominent members of the House, in? cluding Speaker Randall, was held this morning, and the form of the resolution of investigation into the Flarida and and Louisiana frauds was finally deter? mined upon. It was agreed, with the concurrence of Mr Potter, that the reso? lution should be offered to-day, and by him. THE SCENE IN THE HOUSE. When the House met to-day there was a larger attendance than usual in the galleries, although they were not at all crowded. There was an idea amon?; spectators and among members that the long talked of resolution might be introduced, but there had been bo mue i disappointment about it day after day that no great interest was manifested an the subject. After the call of the States for bills and r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 15 May 1878

SHEX..XD?...I-IEI?A...? WOODHTOCK V.V., Wedufftdnj ?f ay 13th 1878 TOWN AND 00??NTY AFFAIBS. 8;.__.- 'j_ .... ? " -? a ???e B. & 0. I?. ... Tmu Talbe.?On and after Sunday Nov. 18th L*?77 train? will arrive and leave Woodstock as follows : yv.'isTEKN l?ol'Xl?. Freigut tram Waves A. M. 9.21 nger ?* " P. M. 1.41 r. u. 2, . __ASTEKN l'.OTNl,. rVetghi tntin (?saves ?\. M- 10.18 ager ** krrfves P. M. 1.2S " leaves p. ?|. 1.50 FmgUt *? leaves P. M. 9.06 J-Vi-ht tra?as leaviug at A. M. 9.21 ??id P. M. 9.0fl respectively run <>n Sundays, Mondays, Tuesday*. Tliur? (lavs ami Sattirthtya only. All other tl'.t.lls dally , x.et?, Mir regular tr.. .? car* e??. .N..W Al?v.;i;, 11. Fr. . WU'tli pumps. ?M.-- . . Is. * Mi -? - iv Hum, r. Fanning Implement?, I'm Messrs. Wm. L. Clark. ?. P. Datt-j ?ll-ltlile ;m.i J.is. H. William*, CoUH., lots ui Orkney S| a? ??? ? Kil_i_?D by Cam. -Seven sheep be? longing u? Capt. L. II. McGinuis were killed by the cura last Saturday. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 15 May 1878

FARM AND FIRESIDE. C ?ir Ff-r-iln-j. PROFESSOR E. *W. STEW AKT. A very important adjuuet to ciaiiyin?.? is the raising ot calves, hoth tor food and to replace the cows disposed of. Dairymen have not, however, given this legitimate braueh of their business proper attention. It is very common, at meetings of dairymen, to hear iheni say they cannot afl'ord to raise beiteta for the dairy, and much less to raise calves for beef. I do not propose, at present, to take up the latter branch of the subject, but it has always seemed to me a strange conclusion that general dairymen could not afford to raise the cows to supply their own herds. The natural question to ask would be ; 'Can dairymen affoid 10 allow anybody else to raise the cows to replenish their held.?:?' The treatment of ihc young animal has everything to do with the capacity of the matured cow for yielding milk. A cow eaunot give a large quan tity of milk without large digestive capacity, anda young animal, grown in a pinching a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 22 May 1878

hmandaaa ?ii gggjjl VOL. 58. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MAY, 22 1878. NO. 33 SHENANDOAH HERALD (? rDBLKBBD ?tltlt ?T SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO f*T* Subscription. Two Oollars per year payable ib adn ice. If not pu I la adrauce, Two Dollar? ?ad Flit/ Ceuta will be ?barged. AU e tnmnnl-ation? ot a private nature will be charged fur a? ? advertising. Job I'rintiiiK All kind* of Job Work doue at ibo t Dotice aud a I th* most reasonable reten. Prof- t?ioMtl I <mt* y G. WYKKOOP, ATI <> USE Y AT LA W, Office on Main Street Opposite the Court House. WOODSTOCK, va. m 1 practice in the courts of ??lieuaudoah and adjacent conntie?. i*T~ special attenli oj given to the collection of clal.n? ?ud a ?egal business entrusted to his care. Sept. Mk-tf. Will Bi in .1 r. laCMoa oa Thurslay. Friday and Saturday, bef ire th' nd Tuesday of each month, at Dr. L. H Jordan1* Drugstore. M'?~k~ Wsltos. M. L. Walton w W.TOX k WALT'N, attui.neys at law vvooi>srt)(...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 22 May 1878

SHENANDOAH HERA1P I? rOLIRHEP WCBELT BY SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO Wednesday May 22, 1878 ?????^??""-^???is?? 11 i \evi Items. The shops at Altoona (Pa.) have re? ceived an order for the construction of 1,000 box cars. The Cleveland (Ohio) wire mills re? cently received a single order for 60.? 000 pounds of square iron tor umbrellas. The men in the car-shops at Weal Troy, N. Y., are working twelve to sixteen hours a day to complete orders from all parts of the world. Mr. Joseph Segar is trying to gel paj as seuator trom Virginia by reason ol his election by the Alexandria Legisla? ture. An earthquake at Cua, in Venezuela, killed C00 persons. Heavy shocks were felt at Caracas. The heat at Laguavr? is intense, and the health of the city it bad. There are but few v?asela :n port. Basinets is stagnant. Further reports from Fort Jervis, N. Y., state that the heavy frosts of the i past four mghts have been very disas-l trout to growing crops, that gardent will have to be replanted, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 22 May 1878

SHKXANDOAII ?Ulb WOOD 4TOCK VA., Wedue? ?ay ?Iay 2?il 1^7* TOWN AND OO?NTI AFFAIB?. B. k O. H. U. Time Tai.ui. ami liter Buuday Nov. 18th 1S77 trains will arrive aud leave Woodstock n? follows : \\ ES'IEHX BOUXD. Freignt train leaves A. XI. '.?."Jl Passeager " M P. M. 1.41 Freight " " P. M. ?.39 EASTERN BOUXD. freight train leaves A. Ii. 10.18 Passenger " arrives P. If. 1.25 " leaves P. M. 1.50 Freignt " leaves P. SI. 9.0G Freight trains tearing at A. M. 9.21 ??ad P. M. D.Oti respectively run on gandaya, Mondays, Tuesdays. Thurs ?ays and Saturdays only. All other train* daily except Sundays. All regalar ir.?ns have passenger ear? attached. ADVERTlSEMENI.-..- Uuid the lit'?' advertisements in this issue. B. M. I.autz si t'o. advertise a fine stockai Goods at Edinburg. C'lower & Magrudcr advertise now stock, to be ?"!d at low prices. S. A. Danner advcrl - ?ck of, goods just received ano tobe sol that ? ill please custoi loin's. Walton aud Culvert offer for tale valuable pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 22 May 1878

FARM AND FIRESIDE. Callar? ?f ??-???-Cora, Sa. 1. \V. H. WHITI". To grow till? finest and best brush tor which broom corn is grown, requires proper soil and thorough preparation, good seed, seasonable planting, clean culture, timely harvesting, with suitable preparation for market or working, re? quirements essential to the economical production of any farm crop. The tall-growing variety is the kind to which my experience and observation are limited, and it is the sort generally grown in New England. The dwari may be as ?400?., but having never seen it tested. 1 am not qualified to recom? mend it. I hare heard it condemned as growing brush too slender, on some soils, which would be a serious objee tinn. The aeed should be aekcts-d fatua growing plants, previous to har? vesting tin- general crop. Choose those plants which are the earliest ami mosi healthy, with tine, loug. thick and com? pact brush. Let the seed ripen before cutting from the stalk, il possible in the field, if not. c...

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