FARM AND FIRESIDE.!
[From the Southern l'ltnter and l'aru.er
Pkum Gjch. G. 8. linn,
OT SlIKXaXUOAH Co., Va : :
I read, with much interest, Col.
Knight's article, from the fact that it is
corroborative of my experience, as to
the yield where wheat was sown
moderately thin. 1 never witnessed
Bach results Irom a half bushel seeding,
hot the best crops 1 have ever mate
were where one bushel was chilled In. 1
thinkthe conditloa of the hvnd,its fertility
aud the time of sewing, should control
the amount of seed to be used. I shoud
not like to sow at any lime less than
one bushel when drilled, or five peck?
sown broadcast. The season oci
ally might suit a lesa quantity, Iho re?
sult be very gratifying, as in Col.
Knight's case, but the nop has too
many risks to tun from drought,
fly, fui zing out and other causes to ex?
pect evert grain to tiller and matun
My of seed should be increased,hut
nd flvc 1'i.tks when drilled, as
- more halle to
al ovc. It Is
the experience ot everj farmer where a
strong, well-tillered growth is obtained
in the fall, that he eau safely rely upon
a good crop to follow, provided the land
i-nough lo continue the growth
aud there ai\ not K>o many plants m
the ground. 1 have seen many line
fall prospects blighted by its being toe
thick; the land not being strong enough
to bring ?tali into head.
?^1 am satisfied that one bushel cut ol
five can be saved iu seeding, and the
crop increased. If this should be the
real saving to the Slate.
There are several varieties wheat
with us. and they all have their
-. The Clawson ami Wicks
town to a limited extent, but the
... farmers think the white
variaties do not suit u^ When a good
crop is made, the berry is dark nutl
flinty, and dut s nut look like the white
wheat cast of the Ridgi or Tidewater.
, The red wheats are the Fuit?, Lan?
caster and Key's Prolific. The lattei
ately been introduced, und has
proved to be a wonderful production. It
le the old Mediterranean
duced into the Valle)
teme thirl' ?, It is a tall and
vige . with long beards, and
the heads have a purple appearance
and 1 right. 1 write this much about it
fall. My preference is
Fultz, and I certainly can't go back
on the best wheat ?friend I ever had.
. my crop made from twenty
live t ' Ihiry-three bushels, averaging
nul and corn ^land in
. : ' avi j is! thi sh< - eleven
? field that the November
went an over, of as blight amber
as ] ver saw, and which a
Id not object to.
: smut have I found iu
my entire crop, which is exclusive!)
Fultz. li is the only variety that ever
ma le me thirty bushels or more on a
. ? .
foi -? ? ral sowing in ear
sow my entire crop of it,
.?g my seed iVoin another
lood. When this canuot be
. I bow bottom ?laai on uplaud
upland on' bottom.
- . . ious to
at? I have been opposed to il
v lile, but it was gen tally '
g. and 1
ved to be a i iry.
Ikom Col. Jxo. D. L?UTCHINSOX,
Kim; and (?uelx v.u.. Va.:
My . that en rich ?and. with
. ::.'. Col. Knight's theory s
correct. I have made only one careful
i xperiment to test the .merits of thick
ng. When the Fultz
I ? is introduced into
. most of it
tt it was economy
uy a at double the ?nice o? other
, because it was more produe
ue-lialf bushel per acre was
Tu lest thi-. I laid oil
I chain, one
ed iwo hundred pounds
I then laid on"
side of this, and
ipplied two hun?
dred pounds of the same fertilizer, and
When the wheat was threshed, the
i wheat exceeded that
Fultz by one bushel. My opinion
e Was that ?I I had SOWIl Otic
. ad of one-half bushel,
?voulu have been Very difier
that invar.a!/ .
i il a' i "lie boshi ; per a
- nut 'afleit the
BIN ??i:.v. i . EhQ.,
Orange Co., Va.:
Yi.u will pleat
neglect of your requi -:. Many i
mente, and sickness at the time, caus?
ed it to be overlooked. '1 lie win at crop
iu Pomunky neighborhood (mine) this
m yielded, ; tier than in
any other in ti.ii county. The quanti
ded per aera Is ^about one bushel
..?ieiy. We cultivate Fuitz.
J toot on. Lasfaesuiteeand Ami
.bearded. The two la>t named
have yielded Lest and are most popular
With millers. The samples are beauti?
ful, Th.re seems to have been tint t
- of the wheat. The smooth bead
Varieties were mure injured by wet
weather, from sand ?lies and infected
with smut ?Q mj . .o yield is
frasalft to 90 bushels per aere. On<
gentleman working a steam iln
r pul tu that the first SiXCTOps he thresh
c I yielded from 18 tu 30 bosbell
a re, and this was governed very much
by quantity seeded per acre?exi
seeiling ruining the yield. The first
were Ir?n corn and tobacco lande.
s 'tue with and othtr. without f?rtil
t tough u? go ?d quality. The stiff]
1 nuls yielded best. I think Coi.
Knight's suggestion a good ols, and ii
complied with will lead te valuable re?
WIr.ler Bouquet?. Grasse*, fie.
As usual, at this season, we have n
quiriea as. to the preparation ofgra
Bowers, etc. to use lor winter dei
tion. lu 1874, wo publi h da sei
articles on this subji 11 in which wt e
given the resulta of our own exper'u
with aochmformall ?n as could be gath
ered from tiustworthy sources.
who have the volume for lhat year wl I
tlnd in the several numbers for August.
September, October and December, an
article in which these matters nre I
edfnfull. Ii ?snot practicable for us
to go over the whole ground a.ain. in
the saine detail, but lor the benefit of
new readers, v.
paints, referring those n!u wish for
further particulars, to the articli
1*71. In Europe, the preservation ol
(rowers la a regular business carried ou
in large establishments and employing
many ham'-. Greal numbers of ihepe
Sowers are imported by our dei
t'tHli made up in wreaths, bouq
baskets, etc., and iu bunches orchis
us all ofoue kind. Most of the n
up aflairs are not o?a kind that appeal
to our taste the obji ct being, npp
? crowd the greatest possible varie
ty of the m - ven t"
? (!) in each design. The ?
as a general : rtificial autl
esc are largely imported, aud ol
'ate years some deniers ?.ave ottered
many ol those coll? i d in various
of this country. These for the mo9l
part are dyed of various brilliant colors,
and look lo our taste, bo thon
unnatural, that we are repelled rainei
than attracted by them, the pleasing
effect of grasses is in form, rather than
in color, and when we see specimens
which are naturally of a soft green or
-uaw color, dyed with the most intense
crimson or blue, or ol a green the like
of which no grass evei presented, the
is arrested by the "stunning" i
and takes no note ol the beauty of form.
Others load their grasses with crystals
of alum; aud worse yet, others are
given a metallic appearance by the
application of bronze powders. We
eau describe how these things are don?.
but we eau not find beauty iu them.
THE TIME 1011 COLLECTING QB i
Each month there will be
grasses in season, and though many el
the earlier ones have gone by, there
will he found, during ibis month aud
next, a sufficient variety, especially o!
the larger kinds. As e une of the most
are of no agricultural
. tbey are not gem rally kno '
common names, and to
cal names would be of no use exc
botanists, who do not n ed th< m. tve
therefore Biniply aay, that by road
moist aud swan.
to be . Xol only the more
Showy kinds, but thi have
delicate, fin : flower clusters
and eut away I ?. Iu mosi
flower cluster ?
the sheathing li al ; thii
the -urn too b!i irl I i : m n
iently, and it is bi it r to take several
of the si, m and cut awa
i they develop, and taken when in
;. which may be known by the
much later than
o? their flowers, or sin
au unpleasant manner. Still, if one
dition it is found at the lime.
PKYINU tue gras
to prest rvc the batural f rm. 1
are tied in bunches and hung up
li ?sly, they will I
A bandy metilo ave a
! road and not veryd? ep i ox ol said.and
?tick the Btemsin this. Those kin
which the flowers aro in a close and
?like clusti ?.
veuient i uncht s and hung up, I
down; a little practice will tea ?
proper treatment it' ?i be ri nieml
that the form in which ? dried
can not b< afterwards changed. Any
airy place will answer lor di
as an unoccupied r
dry, the lia ?
and if the drying .
and from flies,
pi cially the L'ottongri -
which show i hi . owiiisb
plum? 8 in tl
whatever plants I ?
form commend themselves to the
reference to botanical r< latiou . .
PRESERVING 8H0WV 1 I.'.Wi i -.
- and camell is, re n it popu?
larly bo regarded, aud in the trade,
?? ryed dowers a ?: grass s" are
i d. We compromise the n
by calling the ethers "
?f which a large nu.n'jer are prepared
abroad. The class of annuals kuown
as "Everlast'ugs," an cultivated by
many with a view to I . th< ir
flowers in winter . The
majority ol these require only to be
i as t!i"v just come into I
carefully dried and keptfrom Ihe light
and dust uutil wanted. A la
ber oi the imported flowers ai
by meana of sulphur fumes, the pi
being prei mi i in bli.,
straw bais. A box or barn 1 is pro?
vided, which, ilnot tight, may le ma le
pasting paper eyer the
d bave a bo ? the
m to admit air. which i an be i
when nu ?led : a lew inch and a ball
pped with plu.
answer. An arrangi
mad? ?ticks at the
top; a tight titling covi rand an old iron
pan, or flower-pot with the hole |
to bold hve :oals, coinj li te the ?
The .' iu ima'l i
in such a manner that tin
reach all paits, and bung upe .
: put in the
. n upon tbi in and lin?
cloth under i:
heavy w< ight on top. be? ;: e box
or barrel is well filled with : m
the lower au* hols and bave all un
touched for 21 bum-. At the end ol
me, remove the flowers ami bang
them in an airy room lo dry.
quite dry they may be laid away in
boxea. All flowers do n
equally well, and there ia room f<
p?riment. Among those we found
most satisfactory wt re, China A
Fuchsia buds, Larkspurs -the dark
celored kinds, Red flowen d Spl
Golt'snroda, Rosi s -the red well
and not over-blown ones snswering
best. As s general thing, the flower?
tier it' taken just a- ?hey are
even in the bud, to be cpencd after?
wards. Borne flower* . iring
will be quite bleached, others will have
the color hightened: l'\u the color in
nssl i .m b n stores, sa we may sho*
in -[i Sjaittg of making tbem lip,
Hilk Pi DDi.Nd.?Twelve cups ol
milk, one cup ol nee. one and a hall cup
of sugar, teaspoouful ol butter and a
1.tile salt. Flavor with vanilla. Bosk
lb> liM well; add the milk, sugar,
butter sad flavoring, Bur all together,
..nd bake slowly three'or lour hour?,
Baked Tomatobs.- One dozen large
r.pe tomatoes, finely grated hreud
crumbs, seasoned withpeper and salt.
Butter. Cut each tomato across. Fill
each half with erumbs with apiece ot
tni the top. Put them In a
crockery puddiiig-dinh, which must be
well huit. red. liakf very slow!)' I
qu i. \k rs of au hour, ^i rve hut.
ono pint of vinegar, three and a ball
pounds ofsu^ar aud one ounce each ul
cloves, allspice and cinnamon. Scald
and pet 1 seven pounds of ripe tomatoes,
draiu them well; boil for live minutes
'.?'gar. sugar and spite (which
should be tied In a muslin bag), them
put in the tomatoes and bud half an
i."ur; use whole BpL . s. K >ep this lu a
-tone jar covered tightly.
Pottery Decorations.?The Imi?
ta'ion Japanese work, now so much the
?age. and ve ry odd and loreign looking,
ly done with the embossed chromo
picture-, which come already cut out
(as you know) in almost every imagi?
nable design, fio weis, birds, butterflies,
animals, human figures, han-, tree
boughs, Japanese ligures, ftc, ami the
many varieties of narrow bordering
which can be got in beautiful designs.
Autumn Bouquet.?Perhaps you
think you know how to make these ;
but lew peuple make them with any
la-le, and 1 want tu tell you how. Fill
your yaso to the top with dean, line
sand ; take jour grasses one by one.
stand tbcm up in the sand, keeping each
one distinct from its neighbor, and us*
rery lew. Then you will have a
aud graceful affair, instead of a
sy bunch which hides all the deli?
cate beauty of the grasses, and reminds
"lu ol a load of hay. A I) rn or two ?
but not more?atliU to ils beamy, ami
a spray of autumn leaves, half hidden
among the uras-i s. gives it color.
One of the prettiest grass-boquets I
ever ^?\\\ had not more than a dozen
delicate grass stems. It looked like a
Sliced Cucumbeh Pickle.?One
hundred cucumbers, eighteen onions,
one and a half pint of-alt. quarter of a
\ mud ofci ierv seed, hall' a pound <>:
mustard seed, little red and black
pepper and one pint ofsweet oil. Pare
am! .-lice thin the cucumbers aud onions,
Put the salt over them, and let them
stand over night, in the morning drain
thoroughly : add the seeds and pepper ;
bo sure to use the lust of "Sublim?
." mix well together, and
covi r with cold cider vinegar. Will be
ready fur use ill a lew days; keeps
cmpyall winter, and is delicious.
Tomato Preserves.?The small
? rves i quai
lu thoSC Ol the W< -' Indies. -
wcll-ripcned fruit, stem aud wash well.
To every six pounds of tomatoes add
nnds ol white Bugar. Put the
toma?oi - mtoa kettle, withjusl enough
water to preycnl them from burning.
Steam, with a tight cover over them,
I until the si ins bn ak. Skim out the
! fruit and add the sugar, with a little
'mure water, if needful, to melt it. Boil
. i ntv minutes : put in the tomi
ngaiu, 1' i them boil up once, and turn
the whole ?uto a closely-covered jar.
? up two lemons
:.i ?v. torn
ILITt !" MalabiaL Isri rno:;.?
. ik ami
lity fr m m ?le
. la l ton ind r- v.
fecttvely m Hoi
i*r luem, 11 ?er, a-i
latiag f rom tli
. m which originate rheumatic
Ki.. .? Yocii l.ivi :; llt'Ai.iiiv, and
Lus ward off many di?li'c*.-*itij? com
using 'Swayne's Tar and
. l':l ' Cure bick or nerve
-v. hj.?1 ,',-?.. --.
bu 1 i inw ird
i ) ?id gently, with ?
out ] I iii.:. and do not leave
.i, as is the case with
-. S ilil at 25 cts
a box b) l-r.' D. 1> Caiitem, Wood?
Ou : Dk m me, I'm ('i?: nxo Gn w
El ah: Falling.?You have only to use
"1. md m 11 iir e ilor lit ?ton r,"ihe best
and m ?' cl< inly article ever in trod uc
the Americ in p< o| le, is entire
. free Irom all impure
ingredients that rentier many anieles
. It thiekens thin hair,-tops
its falling, and reston s the pi :
' n-itui It is nicely pi i fumed
ami so elegantly prepared as to make
it a lasting hair dressing and toilet
J. A. TTNE8, A PR0MINEK1 CITIZEN,
I Wilson, N. (' writes: Some ten years
ago my wife's luir commenced falling'
and gol very thin and turned g*ay,bul
after using "London Hair Color Re?
storer'' tie Boalp became healthy, the
hair stopped tailing, the color was re
si ired, anl is now growing besntiinl?
Sold at 75 ccnli a bottle Ol ?>l the
liall dozen by all pn mil i at druggists
In W . by Du D' D. ''Ai.i. i:
I EU \? PRIVATE SAI
id, :l 1-2
CONTAINING 36 ACRES.
Il h all un
A i ' n.I in lb? v .
atock I ? 'li B*ld, If any I .
irther inform ? ? ,
ei. O?ranty Virg
JOHN SAUM, - r.
P. ;. A 'ni ..f 41 acre? adjoiuiuK the ?bore ?-sn 11
? ?i deaired.
? and B> *t in the world. No*
tiOl .i' i ( i ?
Dr. D. D.CARTER
Wl BALE INSTITUTE,
Any one Who desires to educate hin BSSghtar
hlj.on tiic loweat termaand iea*t ei
roans ladlee in tin'
i eat iiigue to
WM. a. BABBIS, D. i>. PraaHait,
July J4-3iuo. Sti.uut,iii,Va.
l Vti.MII . ,| , v,rv.
.... H i . . . Ill i
is?. I'artlpilar ?ml free. A.l.lr.- ?
J. Weililll ? CO., si. 1-e.uis.Mo.
amp fixtures, Tiutaos, I'.racea rtermcenp
?porter' ?t Carter'? Dm? ?tor?.
I haw bbouI '?'< bmebi hi -.f Uu celebrated ??her
Chal? I It for Bale. I have ?owed this
niiuat for two your? and am nach ptoaaad with the
result :i , . * mi aar
wontboul 1 be hi ad ol thai ai
filled .... :h1 ?a usually
? ?v. ripens perhaps a (1st or tWO
later tnau the Paita, I at my
. mi the
caia?wdi(jhel Babel. It is bearded
A up. '.8 -tf. S. A.DANNEK.
HIGH PRICES CONQUERED!!
'l'?ie enemy in full retreat and
Zieh Chandler could not be consol
??il over the departure of Ulysses,
because he (poor fellow) had not
R. M. LANTZ & CO.,
an- selling ancli extraordinary bar
giins in the shape of
Prudent Housekeepers anil Provi
den! Individuals should profit by
B. II LAX TZ & (oh
advertisement, 1er they will learn
PRINTS, T ( ELS.
ami oilier family requisites
No Better Place
lo buy from can be found in tl
Thanktul to our customers fm- past
patronage, we hope by strict at?
tentioo to business and (air dealing
to still un lit their confidence.
Country Produce taken in exchange
for goods at Ca-h Prices.
H. M. LANTZ & CO.,
Mav ?:. Edinburg.
v. IDS VORTH, M VW 1 ISEZ h U)>
/ ' . I :
and Whilt L- id.
.. -:r ? r ;- I
Ihe 1'RH I ' f"1
v,. ? || Rti ; -, i . I, and ?re al? -
lied White I.e.vi at \ \ 2c. par lb.
rould make uo
Strictlj ; ? tliink tbal
ir.: ???? I
and t? ? POOREST tb
1 pure White Lead and the cotntuone?t art.
I up under thai
to a pi
t< .ni ? f
? d |?aint can n : ni l ly tbal
pure Whit? Lead can be, bj the price eaked for an
,u win. onr Pre
pared ] . '?"> tj 35 per. cent, cheaper
than the b-st White Lead and Lino-.d Oil. If a
- ii ?ranted, ?
dittos ol from 1 lo J qui 's of linseed oil lo a
o i , 4'i e, nti ? i r i: ilkm, and
?i., i i rand
I.iiiMn! Oil loi ur Paint anil :
? s the
. i ?t injuring the
j or durabiiitj of it.
\ , ? . ? ID, CtiUl V,
V) kbSWORTH, M ?RI ISEZ k LONGMAN.
AX.WAYS SELECT T3E BEST.
HEAD? FOR IlfflTIEDXATE USD,
U endone I by traf PRACTCAjVPAINTER.
COVEBIXO CAPACITY it DURABILITY
EXCEED ANY KNOWN TVMNL". B ii In p
id Pa i?, if ? '
lory,will bo. Kepaintcd at our Expense,
I . i Bal
W idal !.. V.l.
July :; I
ARDWAKE! HARDWARE! !
l have now a large antl general stock i f
HOES, HAKES. Ac.
? ij ?'?ill i are ?nun tue M.wi i \( -
i L ni.es.u i o.-h 1 ?hull be pleased to show
to all in waul "i auch goods.
1 .'un rece h Ing
every week, and shall try to keep all
in m y line, thai are needed bj m*
CUStOinei -. and ihr ?raid';,-.
Joy s?n, QEO. BAILY.
r * I I'ntrnt Circular Nnw Hills,
I??*Vt/v> ?> <-!>i:j?. Miilf.r ?t- Ku?li ?ilia,
? i is! ?t Hour Mill", Water
?V "y Winc!s. Milnitlf. llfirrt-1 A
, . I Woodworking Wih-Ii'iht;?,
jl^? ?. i; t'niii!?- Ijiu-ry Win-els iititl
Grln.lr-m, Saw?. M?II Supplies. A <-.. Ar.
MM? 1'Ott t.VTAl.OtitE ?L 1'IUtT.H.
? ? .-? thorough bred South down Buch
or aale, i year? old Pri?e 1*25.00.
Alao nia .'M Southdown Buck lamba
lor aale low, "ill be ready for delivery
1st "i June.
s. . DANNER.
\ ? i irnm ?? i - >? tb? Ingre?
dient*. Art.lr.-s?, Dr. W. .1 itjl f.s A to.,
130 Weil Sixth *)tr<<t, t lui Iniiall, O.
Inci-jdtnR Shooting Outfit.'- R
EvoryCun Warranted. ?':
Hvgartk. Moor? a Brooki St. I.oui. ???I
DR. BUTTS' DISPENSARY.
A MARIUAQE QUID?
?ii ? "ii,mi ?id l,,r il ?.M-..
Marriage, it. Jut,.. ai?l ei>
-. Who ?nil how to
? ??, Reproduction.
.Clulf bearing aiidll?rr?n
>!,.<?? ?nil tan?. A
r !)?? m.r
alien mania??, anil
AT? MEDICAL AriVl'sEEon <)"\h?^,
?.li... trinan and I ,,n.. Privat? Dia.
ea?o? . ?minal Weaknc??. Imp- '
the Kleine"? .,?1 Bladder. Adnetto Young Mm ?i
Abu?c?"t the Generative Organ?, ?nd tb?be? mtm
?*-Both book?, ' .., r^f. ind mimer
rm.rnrr?- .al to any addrrn
MEDICAL ADVICE ?i, rVxoal .,,1 Chrorir
1 I'r Butt?
Dtapenaarjr. No. 19 N 8th ?treet.Bt. Leu I a', Mo.
BHbst" QUALITT BLEACHED
?ndErowu Muslin? cheaper than eret befoe? I
for tile by 8. a. DANNEBj,
i,l ,1 -ih'
Ih the host route to Cincinnati
and all Uc?iirn title*.
3d 1N7S, Passenger
On and aft
Trains will run
Fehrury 3d, 1878.
I.ve liiehmond. ?_ ? 9 uo am
i. l.l.insville. 'l'j SO p mi
t uarlottenville.t 210 "
Rtauiit-ui. t 4 M
(i -Inn. t ?16
MilllK.ru'. it (141 "
OoTtvfton.1 8 40 "
whiteBnlphni.tie 15 "
Hintnn.j 12 40? ra
Kanawha Falls. .. .! 4 07 "
t'harleiton.? 6 20 "
Arr Huntington.i !l U0 "
t nniniiati (Steamer..;.
I.ve ciiieliinst', (). ,v M_ 7 15 p m
Caeinnati, I. C. k I.. 7 00 "
(?iii.iniiatl, ('. II. B I'. '.
Cineinnati, I., c. A I. I 10 "
Arr Louisville, O. k M. 12 00 Night,
" Louisville, I. 0. k L I1SS Might,
Nashville.i 7 35 am
Memphis.' .').(' p m
New Orleans.i pi St a m
Indianapolis, t. I'.fc I.. 11 M p ?
Indi.iiiiip.ilif., I'. II.&L
Chicago, 1.1; k L
Chicago, 0. H. k D.
Sau Francisco .
7 ? a m
7 60 "
1 H p m
2 45 am
H 25 '?
6 IP p m
1" ? "
12 2M a ra
2 40 "
*J 15 "
8 00 pm
11 20 "
12 15 a m
0 00 a m
I 7 M
10 30 a ni
! 12 40 p tu
? '.i i)
? H 20
j r. Mm
? 1 50 p m
: 2 io "
t It) "
t 8 45 "
5 45 a m
10 20 "
U ? n ni
2 42 "
9 ;(5 "
8 20 "
in 25 a m
5 M p m
TEXAS CONNECTIONS. | Iron Ml. M.K.4T.
I ni ! 8 47
Art Little Rock.i 3 to " !.,.
1 " Sherman. .-,.-,-> p ,?? :, m
; " n?Ha?. u ??..-, ??
1 " Waco.
i M Ileaiiie.
?' Boskdak.I 4 ij "
. " Austin.! lOftO "
" Bonaton.\ 7 30 "
! " Oahreatoo.' 10 m "
: Antonio.| 8i>0 pm
9 15 "
1 30 a m
2 25 "
t Daily except Sunday: other trains daily.
I'm information, raten and t'ckets apply to John
W. Woodward ticket agent, Btaonton, Va.
CON WA ? It. HOWARD, O. P. & T. A.
W. M. S. DVNN. Lngr. ? Su.t.
? cmnection for Front Royal, arrive at
..?'. p. at 1. :>v.. Fronl Boyal l2,::ii
I'. M. arrive at Woodsto.-k. 3.11 P. M.
SCHF.lil'lK H. KF.itllV Jk VALLEY BRANCH
II. sJfc O. X\ It.
Taking Effect June. KXA, 1878.
" NOW Market
" Mt. Iicksou
l'r nt Royal
'? Harp. Ferry
i 5 10 11,111
: .Vil 11 ?O
? ir,' for Front 'loyal.
The ' 28 P M- tram paatii j Wo latoel i
? ij >, Wednesday? ami Saturday? all other
train? d I
?a it ica
hlt. i... baos
S ew Harki t
A. M. A. M. P. M.
A.M. A.M. I', M.
i i 11,21 a m.
arrives 8traabnr( 12 tn. laily except Snnda
.'id mail train f..r Wo
il 7 "1 a. in. ruiifi only
.u Monday?, Wedneed lay? all other
? ; t Sunday,
Turmeric Mustard Seed,
Celery Seul. Flavoring Extracta
and Essences, Rennet Wine,
Salad OH, Gelatin.
Baking Powders, Tapioca
Cream of Tartar. Si da,
ami ?verrtfiinx in ilii- line ol a pun
* I it-, iiy nul -n|.I as rhenp as the
ad i terated articles.
M: y IS?ti. brtiggUi Woodstock,
People are peu?ns acquainted?and those who
are not ought to lie?with thn wonderful nurlt* Ol
lhat great American K-raedy, the
FOR MAN AND BEAST.
Thlallniment very naturally originated In Amerl
ca, whero Nature provides In her laboratory auch
surprising antidote? for tho maladies of herchll
dren. Its fame lias been spreading for 35 years,
until now it encircles the habitable globe.
The Mexican Mustang Liniment is a matchless
remedy for all external ailments of man and beast.
To stock owners and farmers It II invaluable.
A singlo le itt l.i often saves a human life or re?
stores the usefulness of an excellent horse, ox,
cow, or &li"- j..
It cures foot tot, hoof all, hollow horn, grub,
screw worm, shoulder-rot, mange, tho bites and
stings of poisonous reptiles and Insects, anfl every
nefe drawback to stock breeding and buah life.
It cures every external trouble of horses, such
as lameness, scratches, ?wlnny, sprains, founder,
wind gall, ring-bone, etc., etc.
The Mexican Mustang Liniment Is the qulokest
eure In the world for accidents occurring In tho
fnmlly, In tho absence of a physician, suchr a?
burns, scald*, sprains, cuts, etc., and for rheuma?
tism, and atlffnes? engendered by exposure. Par?
ticularly vatuablo to Miners.
It Is tho cheapest remedy In the world, fur it
penetrates the muscle to tho bone, and n ?ingle
application Is generally sufficient to cure.
Mexican Mustang Liniment Is put up In three
?lies of bottles, tho larger ones being proportion?
ately much the cheapest. Sold everywhere.
AUp< rson? indebted bo m? ?re requre cd to cloae
their accounts by u te or otherwise.
Keli . IS tf. H. D. DANNF.R
i ? IHK.
roe accountso! our sabscilbera iront
Woodstock. Muureitowii mid neighbor
Inn POSt OflOSt. liav- hern plated in
he hands ot Hiram Batispiiuan lor ?et
lement. TheM aeeonnts run to Oet.
lili sTi!. fit bops our puirons will
-<?!tip promptly With Mr. Uaii-ennuii. SS
it is iieees.?ary tliatihe business of the
old firm should be elosed up.
lOtb, 1877. J. IT. UKABIM.4C0
M. H REARDON,
(?uccewor.to Des ma FskthnS
dkai.kk in riiu:
Home Made Whisky
15UANDIFS. WINKS. Etc.,
Cigar? aii'l Tobacco, Wooden n
Ware, Broom?, ?V^.
Ppecl?l ?ttontlon la called to bis large stock of
Kentucky Rye Whiskeys,
and their purity guarantee,!.
Highest cash Price? paid fer Il,,nie-u,ade
WMftkfljr aiKl Apple-Iirumlj.
Call ana Mi fi t retir?t
Ko.IS Main Street, Winchester, Va.
p?mpsT Tumps !
I am now prepared to ?mkc und put
in the old time
These pumps have been tiieil for near?
\y a century, and are l^und t<< be mort
astiii"; and cheaper than any of the low
priced pumpa which have been Intro?
ZU'' All work guaranteed 10give l*tls
We |)iit pumps in wella and cUterna <?!
any depth and guarantee them to an
-wer the purpose.
Piping ftirnished to order. Give mea
call. CSP Addreaa me at Woodstock.
GEO. R. FBAVEL.
THE EXCHANGE ?10TEL,
H.^GEARY, .- Proprietor.
this well-known ami popular honae baa bee*
?hljr repainted repapered ?nd reto
ta I i- le a i repart i t i rttmlab the beal ?
dations to all.
i nder the Hotel ?rill lie f, and a Srai cUm ??r
cerjr and Fancy s- iu where u lar?" ?toeS of the
Hi,- st,?k,,t lloUday Good? la complete in ever
HUTS, CAJOS rSOITSJ, FRENCH and AUBRICA1I
e.VM'lKs, TOTS and FAKCT AUTICLKS
in eudle-s profuision.
Canned0.Urn' every taacrlpMen. PEACHES
CUEBKIES, PEARS, OREEN PEAS, COBS,
rOUATOES, BEAKS kO.
A large i-t, wk at Mar, u- Buck*? celebran ! }'?'.?
nont Wine? aiel Brandlea. J uskulli
.el,- Mountain dew \*iii.-k y, ?nd eiai; A
c. 1 ' 'T4?tf.
f- SAUM, .1. A. SATM,
Wiihiugton, D. C. ' Ji.-.
J. F. SAUM t? o
cn.M.Missiov MERC HANS,
.V". 925 fouUiana . i r< nue,
BUTTER, EGGS, POULTRY,
ORE?IS & DRIED FRUITS,
And Country Pro luce Gi i?-1 all v,
i i at. Egg Carrier, .. ?
? Egg-carrier?, each. $i Oa
With Ml .t -?-,
ti /.. earn-: ami ten ? I I
I ai,I by (tuck mi (.''.nimercia and
Parmi re, lid. ; or to
Carrent y i,y Exprt ?a.
Horse and Cattle Powders.
This preparation, long and fa"n"iv'y
' known, will thoroughly re-invigorat?
broken down and tow-spirited horse?,
ly strengthening and cleansing the
?* itomacli and intestines.
It ija.'ure preventive of a',1 dl-.i???
Incident to this animal, ?ucli u Ll'Xli
FKVER. r.LA.N'DEItS, YELLOW
WATER, HEAVES, COUGHS, DIS?
TEMPER, FEVERS, FO UN HER,
LOSS OF APPETITE AND VITAL
EN'ERGY, &c. Its use Improves
the wind, Increases the appetite?
gives ?smooth and glo>?y ?kin?an I
transforms the miserable skeleton
Into??ac-lwkingand jpiritel herte.
. To keepers of Cows this prepara?
tion is invaluable. It Is a sure pre?
ventive against Rinderpest, Hollow
Horn, etc. It has been proven by
actual experiment to Increase the
quantity of milk and cream twenty
per cent, and make the butter Una
and sweet. In fattening cattle, M
pires Ihcm an appetite, loosens their hide, and nukaa
thcaUmre much faster. w
In all d'senes of Swine, ?uch a? Coughs, Ulcers ta
the Lungs, Liver,4c, this ?rticleacts
as a specific. By putting from one
fcalf a paper to a paper In a barrel of
?will the above diseases wlllbeeradi.
cated or enltwly prevented. If given
In time, a certain preventive and
cure for the Hog Cholera,
DAVID ?. FOUTZ, Proprietor,
Bold by Drngirlst s and Storekeepers t h rottr-h?
Out thu Unltt-dtiUtca, CanadttHlidfcj.Ann.rl>.'a.
For sale \\ J. 8 Irwin & Ni. ood
?year. Agent? wanted everywhere. Bo?
OBiH a Co., St. Lu m?. Me.
.1 Morpnin? Ha**!?Nul-iMyant,r?*rflT
CWEST ? ALADDIN
? A SONS'i SECURITY OIL
THE BEST HOUSEHOLD OIL IN USE.
Warranted 150 Degrees Fire-Test
WATER WHITE IX COLOR.
WILL NOT EXPLODE.
I'or Excellence of Manufacturo
AMD HIGH FUIE TEST.
E=.d:rs3? by tho Insurance Companies.
.'.'? .' M Cert?fi<alc?Ont cf Ifoay.
D T;r.r. InnuJRI Co. or Baittyorf;,
l'ee. 23 I. 1-7 ?. ? ii'strt. C. M fit it S-m
? Having used tho various oils sold
In till? city for illuminating purpose?. I take picas
are in recommanding roar " Aladdin Security
. I " as the "i/rit end btit ever used lu our botu?
. 1. Yours truly,
AfiDREW REESE, President.
<. WEST & SOU'S, Baltimore.
Try It, awl you ? til u?c no other..
gf% pay pay pa? i? not eaaily earned lu the?? times
M?* III Imt H can be mad? In three mouths
??I?? III by ?ny out? of either ?ex. In mity
part of the country ?hi in willing
o work ?tcadily at the employment that we fui
nl?h. fin per wee? In your own town. Y
not tie away from home ,,ver night. You ran gi?e
year whole time to tin- work, or only y-mr i-pare
tiennent?, e bave agent* who are making uver
f.'O per day. All ?bo engtge ?t once e?n m?tte
m one) fait. At tli? prexi'ut time money cannot
he made ?o ?aaftj and rapidly at any other bnaineaa
It ?o?t? tin thing to try the Mat*?*, linn? and
$S outm free. Addreaa ?t oace, II. HllMII k t'o.
Portl?nd. M?ine. Aug. 1st. '77?ly
rVNDOLPH MAC?N COLLKGE
.Next ?e??ion ohcu? Sept. I'.Hh, ?nd a nllnne? nluo
month? Tuition, medical fee, table to?rd, w??h
lag, fueltnd light?, taiO to $230, privileged ?tu
dent? $7i lea?
Scud for catali gt.e to
VT. W. BI MSRTT, I lea.
WOODSTOCK FOUND KY
DANNER & NEWMAN, - Proprietor?.
First-Class Circular Saw Mills,
to which partcnlar attenti !.:-/'.???-.I .. | fasting a.
h.i; daacriptioli, pulley? itialuiig 1
Avariety of plows, viz;
The llecklndorn, Danter and Ni I and lefl
o No. 2 1-2 and 3, wl kendorn moald
', I. X. 1.. and . L all ptowi rtduad!
THE IMPROVED McGINNTS FERTILIZER SPREADER,
The IfcOinnia Hurr w, ?
tor, with Sve revera
premi?me wherever exhi
PAT. LEVER CUTTING BOXES.
! w Frame?
?I r thi lisian
I Lei're pur
1 -.oil r :'? ill '-'.t?
MACIllNKliY Or ALL KINDS REPAIRED.
HIGHEST AWARD AT THE < EX
Dipl..nine; Honor and ': Merit,
Grand Upright, and Soufre
liautl Piano.?, ol a!l
m store. ng in prices
\vc are also Sole A
Stati - ol
The best non Dinde,
A full ?nppl
No. 9 X. Lib? rtj Street,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE.
A full line o I
CANNED FRUIT, CHEASE, -ALT
Foreign and Dornt stic Fruits,
CORN MEAL, BACON,
FISH of all kind?, ( OAL OIL A
full line of groceries always on hand and
soldat short profits. A trial will show
you that we sell al ?.'1 lowesl cash
Way-All kinds of'Country Produce
taken in exchange for goods.
Mar. 13 W. II. ALBERT.
AT THE LOWEST PRICES 1
?l lull Sim k Ol
Spring ?V SumiueA'
has |ust been opened and wlllj e sold i
I) U V GOODS,OKOCKR I ES
??i nCNHW a it E
Boots and Sho^s
MATS. CAPS, A. ?
All will be willst very low j?ri -?*-?
Boo:- aini Shot - cheaper thsn < \< i
ami examine them.
II. LOGAN ? CO.,
Bast ol Wi Isb's Hotel, Woo I
A i rompt and poalttT? ntnt?j \-.
dl?e??e?of tin- W<ml. llluit'irr ?lui K
Dec. 20?Cmo. Aft
?OI.BriATF.I)WATI RI N
In the know? worM. t>ample V'au-h Frtr <?
^Afftn?. AadrMa, A. Cuu lraa S Co., CUicago, '
JOHN ff. i I.IVEDIXST 8
AT N EW HARKET, VIRGINIA,
? . B?
D and turn? off
Hi- L.isa market f
1 ; and jx.r?o
au ta? juHX w. cr.r.vninvsT,
-. '?'''? Halfest, Va.
HE WILSON PATEN1
S . POSITION.
? 30 Changes *>f Position
??? rrib, bed
V?JjI Awarded at (he Centennial
Semi for Illustrated Circular, tjuote
Wilson A bair,
No. C61 Broad
Bond St. N. V
View of Marriage !
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. h.Huptur?, lh?
- 6t. Lou.?, Ho.
? y aim?? ? laaWttoa
-....In.l H.ilii... i .' 1'alalMa
I .-. .if M.nior-. Iuiii.lr.il ?Urkl. I.<?1 MihiIim??
Imp?t, n ,. S,-.. ll.l.ll?., -.?*>
?. I t\ c-r. I una?. ' v . ?'?/T?,
*?i~r\?i >?r ii ? m i ?
?V ^-Mll la>
1 f* lh. *BBS|
. frtlih PMC. fti a 50OKU, I??IT ??dr??> .?I?*
?I : i w ?hneeot all kind?
b I A. D\NNE B.
- and ticinfty
! m Philadelphia a com
las ? practical Milliner ?be la prepared I
irttas and fit Ihr. Pattern?
! .-iKiu ?td drea? cuttinf
luiKlit bv .Iiirt.
Aim! 1 7 ?tr.
WARRANTED the BEST and CHEAPEST.
Also. MIUIII8 MACHINERY.
TMC?5 BZBffC?S AP?U 20,1878. ?ejnaletl Tm.'
M. K UUKMUAM, Vci* Pa.
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