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Cambridge Jeffersonian, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1871, Cambridge, OhioThe Ohio. Pamir to Iriart. Of one copy one 00 any time we Liln the after tin year expire. To . M. Attorney Anil notary Ohio. Will Miiko to of Milci ils Ami certify not Luvita mid Tuk Utu at and notary Ohio. Up Turs Over list door West of r. Attention Given to Busone a. To w. I. Attorney lit Cinner Lilge. Ohio. I pm tick m in of Ornis a and him nut Roll artious Iii Nili Ami tvs Nittum prompt. Over Berry Adi Inix w. Attorney at . Ohio. Will Atti jul to tin Vuirl Bruch Lux of Pra Tifi it thu courts of this Anil Mullieu in National i Unk Luu Muik. We. Boytos. Att Omry lit Ohio. I Tiu Tiri a in tin of i a unit All bus ill it a Riff prompt Noti nation. Head. Attorney at Anil lilo. Sep attention Alven to Eolie Etina and Eon Veya Ueng. Ottllee opposite Ranii Irvil re film after tit. He. to Pioerre pen Buck i nil Otlyn Rell Lillis Thel it. Nde Harue made it nol Neoimi d. Tulli o ill building in i Nitro a ja.1ie5 . Antrim. Toiuo. And the Tauni 4 of depot Titus will receive prompt attention. G of. Kolc Cylc . Ohio. Over Osier s Prus store. titty nation then to nil chronic sex. Motuhi. I it a is. Mid in and All diseases Pucul Artu a. It of. On. R. And i ii Tion a and nil do disc of tin wee Over Mimi limn Cambridge jeffersonian. The jeffersonian vol. 40. November 1871. No. 28. Be most Cement r. K. T. A Kukk. T. 4. Imreh a sole of fore Detent Hydraulic Ohio. Our works urn now in and we Are Pri pull to the Public with the licit in the listed states. Kuil nent engineers mid architects have used All kinds of pronounce the while a them Leal analysts proves to any in the world. Orders for Larue or Small qui null Les respectfully so Llyl till nil promptly in Lute by w. Ohio. . so Baker and Ohio. Tar highest Market Price paid for Junod wheat. K. To e atm p Munu Fui tit Anil Penler in Kuat end Mriln Ohio. To Cal ring promptly a nil Netty done. Cambridge c on 3 4 oks Zutl Salt company. 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I cats trunks and is the Singer sewing machine May i la. _ House keepers to re Der Vorill Homes attractive and comfortable y i i Hulit Luigi Ilfin Hinl Mth furniture or Iii wore Jas. Ohio. The presidency. Is s the Cincinnati enquirer an Llouel Cath Thomas of i u e Standard of the proud old known is the successful head great Railroad Able skillful though lie let of a and put Pennsylvania. Liun Iliin. We Are for Star Public court Ohio. Nin Wund i melt in modern style. It no just Lii Tim d and Ihm mix tin Neretti d. i imply n. Ii. Proprietor. It irk 1ioi Corner my Ikot and Kourou Mif Hville. Ohio. We. H. M. Kick fro Pii Tor. With this hotel is to and c oni odious Juko. I wn.t.1 v fun from from. Per i to a to to Chni uber 4o to 1oo Kock Liik 1 in lieu and a Tenion 1 Linin and Maible top 1 Arlor to l Lill Diens Opp l Taylor s o. R to my milion in mum of a slut the Ohio. And dealers in am i St i Iii rec in and Fores to mar e. 9. in mini Amer Lynn to Tulsa Coin Silver and Stei l. l i and 1 Oik i4 Rene i and amen Cati fire armband i i til Jow Elev and clock in All its brunches. No. Loo Odd Tel lows i Ohio. . 1 live now in and Tor Sale it Model ate u Toeu it 1 Putty. Window will 1 ate tit Tiye Muster 1 Iris White Etc. 4 iioi4 1c selected come sly t of medicinal Piir Post prescriptions Chi a filly at All hut roof Toh Tiluy or no Slit. drugs and medicines Ohio. It i d k. In and r of to Inlet Hii s i k. K. Cui ilm Lis re Utrell Grill Llu Mindilu nil hot Tif Maliu Phil to i. to promptly. Ayoush. Whole site Mill Ite nil i enlers Iii r Ord kit and Mai Bli and mind Nosy mini. Akron unit l Anil 4 ule ined and Masiti ill a m Man am Al unify of every Irv Crillion. No. Ii main Mani is Ohio. Ii l Iron mini text Fin ii Mied Toor Dei. A Guilz by to t for the sex in nution will to livid in Cam run 1871. Third Satui any. A in Fin in in ton. April. May. June. It third saturday o ii Pii i t and third it c Eltiti elites of Mogul slated by responsible will be Reu Ulrch in All will Eom Munro promptly Tuo Loek. A. No will be permitted tin Elass alter it has pro Gressed. John k. M. A Kama. Katim is. 0 u. Hutch great Western gun double and single barrel Ait ammunition. Sporting Hitie bum is looks uti ii Send Fol Price list. Address j. N. Johnston great Westi in gun Sinh thu Street. I Ltd Burkh. Y. B. Army Kifle Santl a evolve. Bought or traded far. And i. I Urlah fur a chant 011 file. A full Stock of medicines Al Luvorn whirr United As represented. S Lei mis Pii is Ralpl ions neck and by Eom Pondi in lion fresh and pure Ines let lines. Hours stole from a. In. To 1 p. And Iron in ii p. In. Misono in Wmk l company Oiler of Iowa Juki lumps Lor unit Kex mid it Low i i it. Nil Squill in Miltsch. I Villi i 1 Tirc Liisi will Stim Konx ii in i i Ilion him limit of ill olred. Tar urls l him Volin it i n nil it Ivy ulnar Mill cum j us Lowris in id n in Tail try plays of i Sluti of Ticki t. Tills Lvi a u over1 tin the. Lii tid bought is to Ull Teil. Rimov in Orst tory of tin1 ii incl Otlin where persons Cun Stop while Iii Uotsu Lnu Tor Lump. For town apply to or address . Lows. For lands apply to or add rets Uku. Land commissioner. Xii Nilca. M. cum Ohio. Feb Lite on floppy hell of for Young from thu Ftp Elainr and abuses in curly manhood re Loral. cured. Impediments to removed. New method of treat Merit. New and reign Roku Reiou does. Hooks and circulars lit free. In mall address. Iio Wakly no 2hoiith ninth i la. Oct. Lii by. Iron City a. Tho Best most popular and in thu unlit d for thu practical education of and med Purl Rev con tall a full address or. R. A. Principal. July 27-8111. The advertiser of the Cincinnati enquirers moved by some unseen Power to present in double leaded name of Homes a. Of president of the Piti inst Ivania Cen trial president in 1872. The enquirer s presentation is on in seconding the motion made the Pittsburgh several weeks since. We have very carefully read the articles of the Post Anil enquiry and studied their and can not bring ourselves to see that the necessities of Llie Case require the throwing overboard of All the great statesmen of the parly in whom the country Bave and the substitution of a Mon to this never been known to he identified with the Organiza Tion. These newspapers Are discouraged at the general and demoralized Over the general result of the elections of the be Lieving themselves to be arc in every direction for a Straw to save them. We Are not so despondent and hopeless. We have lost several Stales that have been but we gained others that have been Radi and but for the death of Val the illness of and the inexperience of our suite executive would have carried even Ohio. Figures show that we have the and All that was needed was the spirit and enter Prisc to Liing them to Tho and we believe that with the proper Ohio can be car ried for the democracy in 1872. The claims for col. Scott that with the immense of the Pennsylvania Central Railroad at his he can Curry Pennsyl Vania and Kew and that with these the democracy can succeed in the contest. The query with the intense rivalry and bitterness existing be tween rival Kail Rouil whether tint which will be his it Rengh in Pennsylvania will not to his weakness in other whether l lie Money and influence of such monster organizations As the Baltimore and York Atlantic and great West and Erie will not go farther in securing his defeat than the influence and Money of the Pennsylvania Central can in secur ing his election v it will not do to nominate presidential aspirants on account of Mere local popular Ity. It must to Republic wide that which would gain is Penn Sylvania might Loose and other states equally As Neces sary As Pennsylvania for securing tie preside tial prize. The Ron test of if won by the will he won upon Prin Ciple. If Success is to lie the prize of the Money Power and the Mon Ster monopolies of the democracy stand no Chance in the race. With a government Patron age five Hundred with the National the Bond holders. The protected manufacturing monopolies against it is f Olla to talk about pitting against this huge combination of Money the pitiful influence and patronage of a single even though it possesses the Power and influence of the Pennsylvania Central. We cannot Hope to Cope with general Grant by the use of Money or the influence which it brings. If Oliero is not Chou ii patriotism and love of Republican institutions existing in the bears of the people to a then the contest is Hope and not even col. Scott can accomplish the Miracle of the presidential chair. Tho political history of Thi country has shown Itiat it is a trite saying the darkest Cloud of seines the coming and some of the most magnificent vie lories of parties in this country have followed immediately upon the heels of apparently hopeless defeats. Victories arc not always blessings to parties and we do no if the democratic party is j True to that the Radical sue Cesar a of this year will be of advantage to that party next year if Tho democracy had made gains the radicals would have Trimmi i their thrown overboard use less ballast and changed thei course so As to meet the course 72. But is they have had Sucese and Clear they arc putting on fresh canvass and pushing the vessel straight ahead upon the rocks which arc if the Republic endures. Already the president has declared martial Law and suspended Hareas Corpus in peaceful and other acts o usurpation will follow which the sober sense of a free people Wil not Sanction. What the democracy needs to d is to make a fight squarely Tipo the facts. To organize its Force thoroughly in All the states and t inspire them with a Confidence i Victory. No single Man can Sav but the great immutable truth of the Constitution and the incr Cut sense of Justice and desire of Good government in the breasts o the people can. Let us organize then for Victory and instead of presenting a of candidate a gentleman who in to in the hands of a statesman known for his ability and unflinching patriotism in every household in the land. Whose strength is not in the enforced will of a Gigantic but in the hearts of Liberty Loving people the country through a Man no can Camuy Ohio and every other of tale in the Union where there is the most Remote Chance for demo cratic Success. We refer to Allen g who we believe to be the people s Choice for presi Dent in 1872. He is emphatically with tic democratic and conservative masses of the country upon every Issue before the and is known to lie thoroughly enlisted behalf of the people against the Money Power. With colonel the head of several Gigantic to whose every sympathy by and association is in behalf of monopoly exclusive As our we would take All the temper out of our and All Cou Islenny out of our arguments. That was the fatality which attended the Campaign of when Seymour role the party defeat. It was surmised that the enquirer people had much to do in that Peculiar and they should have Learned a lesson which will not Bear in petition. Give us Thurman Anil a fair can Vass and we will beat Grant with 1 his patronage and Iii great Lou opovics at his Back. An Indiana 11011ror. Mother and son Mur daughters mor tally wounded committed by three negro bombers. There was not the least Shadow of a Hope of affording any Relief. Tho wounds were undoubtedly made with the poll of the a. The Cix is to the Julid liners. The youngest de the seeing that he could not keep them out. Latke. It is now known that the negroes Hung for the Park murder All made conf. Scions corroborating John my hero is something Scien fic and which a Corris our Lent furnishes an agricultural Aper. In says a com Lon barrel with Stout the Edge around the lace a Boal so that rats May ave easy Access to the Pri Kulii cheese pairings or other for the rats on the paper several until they begin 3 relieve that they have a right to Mieir daily rations from this source. Hen place in the Bottom of the Arrel a piece of Rock about six or even inches filling with Vator until Only enough of it pro acts above the water for one nit o Locc upon. Now replace the first cutting a Cross in the and thu first rat that omes on the barrel top goes thro Ito the water and climbs on the Ock. The paper comes Back to to and the second rat Fol o its the first. Then begins n get for the Possession of the dry lace on the Tho noise of attracts the who share be same the Man who can have his cof n made while alive must look at eath philosophically. We hear a Case in Point in Missouri. Or. Lizard thirty years ago turned out a Sassafras tree to grow or the purpose of making himself and about twelve months go the old Man had it Cut Down and got some one in Roxborough o make his Collin out of it. The id Chap occasionally gets in it and stretches himself out by Way of showing his neighbors a to paid the maker of the Colin in so he is one living Man who vill have no fuss Over his grave shout the coffin when dead. This it kinds us of an old Coon in mar North who had Coflin cast of Iron before the War. Be had his grave and i walled up with a mag i Lif cent Tooru Stone setting Forth Lis Date of and fixing Between Midnight and Daylight on sunday the 12th one of the most horrible or rather series of committed at the residence of Cyrus in Henry in on the Charlestown and Brownston stale about seven Miles from Charlestown and about three from Henry Villa. The Tele graph made a Brief report of the but the details Are of pain Ful How the Mcoder was discovered. Or. Park was a native of Clark and was forty live years of nge. He was a member of the presbyterian and of the Sabbath s tool within a Quarter of a mile of his Home. Fie bad the key of the and yes Tui any morning the whole school was waiting and wondering Why hitherto so zealous and was not at his Post of duty. At length a Young Man named Joseph Young went to the House of and found the second a girl fourteen years of sitting in the with a number of frightful bruises on her head. She remarked to Young that her father had not yet got and said some body struck her with an a. Young advanced into the Young la Dies and there found the oldest a girl of sitting in a with her heart mashed and mangled in a most Fligh Tui and be manner. So was not and Couch Sny nothing. Horrified at his harrowing he Only to beheld another Stilt worse feature. There in another tic lifeless form of an innocent but ton years of with u frightful and ghastly Gash across his forehead. The fearful truth now broke up on Young s mind that a cold Midnight murder had been committed. Ilo hastened to the room of the Only to be More and and Horri lied at finding two More bloody corpses sweltering in their Gore in the same bed the father and Mother were lying Side by facing each wild fearful gashes and fractured arid covered with blood and a sickening sight. Wild with the excitement of the the Young Man ran from the Yelling at the top of Bis voice that a cold blooded murder had perpetrated there he almost flew to the sunday Aud terrified everybody by half Fri Assied As lie with excited the tidings of the fearful deed. Immediately Tho appalled multitude started to the to behold with their own eyes one of the most diabolical assassinations Over heard of in Liis Section of the country. The news spread with an Amaz ing rapidity that seemed to equal the and old Ami Young were soon coining from All directions on horseback. Was standing in the door when j son s first Story. Taylor a knowl Young approached the House. To asked alter or. And Bhe said her father and Mother had not yet got and remarked that some edged that he did the killing while Davis held the and Johnson watched in front of the House. There were Only thirty three men the Woods where the hanging was done. A Box containing some of Park s lied clothes and a sewing machine bad been i ripped to Tay Lor s son in Law at Chicago. Davis was sixty five years of Taylor sixty six and Johnson near forty. During the Tion the last had been exposed that Taylor s son John murdered a crippled negro named Jack in Charlestown about two years by shooting him at night through a window. Taylor confessed that he knew his son committed this murder. In the House of Taylor a consid Erable Quantity of stolen goods were including much Fine clothing. Lis to Cintli about the the murdered. The father was lying on his bed with his head to the and had received a on the Temple from the poll of an and a Little higher on the Side of the he had received another apparently with the Blade of an a. The blows were Botti of to Lien from a powerful and resulted in the instant death of the victim. The Mother was found lying up kicking in 1863 the old Chap kept his cast Iron Colliu in his Corn crib and Uselto Shell Corn in it. The rib needed no lock at for on her i ight Faffing her Hus i with a like wound to that on head. The blow had driven a smashing Bone you could t get near it after dark. A negro to go l the following is a from the of the Proba ble diary kept by a Clergyman in the North of England breakfast in read newspaper most of the fore noon. Called on miss Jones. Conversation an hour with her on con version of jews. Had wine with her. Called on mrs. Smith to ask about her Toothache. Told me How she had enjoyed part of yesterday s which made her cry. Had Brandy-and-walet1 with her. Presbytery and spent live delightful hours in prosecution of Robinson for heresy of free Sal vation. Dined with old Grippy. Grouse o vet done but Claret Home. Studied hard an with in and Theodore Parker. Elder called to speak about Globe. Gave him toddy. The precise situation of or. Boutwell s has at last been discovered. It is exactly Over from which euphonious by named town comes a report that it bus been raining steadily for More than a month past on a Patch of ground sixty Leet in without a Cloud anywhere in sight. Tiie latest Lucky individual to fall heir to an English Fortune is a and he lives in fond do Lac. In this Case it is Only a trifle of his the and brains All horrible mass what into a mixed and she had not known struck As death in her As in her must have ensued instantly. The James w. A Little boy but ten years of had received a fearful blow with the poll of the a on front and left Side of the making a most fright fill and instantly fatal wound. The wounded daughters. The eldest a a Young lady Nineteen years of had received three one in the upper and front part of the and another about the Middle of the the Meridian that must have been inflicted with the Sharp of the a. The temporal hone seemed to have been Lorn Loose to the base. This Young lady will certainly die within a few Days. The younger named Mary a girl of had received three wounds. The first was Over the left the frontal prominence being broken and numerous pieces of the Skull driven into the brain to the depth of three inches. Tho second wound was upon the occipital Bone or upon the Back part of the head. It was a fearful fracture with considerable depression of the and the wound was of so serious a nature that the doctors thought it triad i Sable to raise the As it could not possibly save the patient s life. The third wound was about the Crown of the with a fracture Ard depression of the Skull and Scalp. There was no careful examination of the latter As body had struck but that was j at the jail and at lust a Hundred in All she could Tell. It is the opinion of Hay that the girl was partially and wandered to the not knowing what she was and not having sufi client discretion to discern her murdered brother who Lay dead on the lounge in the same nor to recognize the frightful condition of her mangled sister who sat by the fire Side with her brains oozing out from her head. The Only faint clue that has yet been obtained was found in the foot prints lending toward the Back Fence. Those foot prints measured eleven inches in and four or five inches in Width. On the rails of Tho Fence were discovered Marks of heavy Hob nails. There was also fou ii l in the Yard a half pint which contained about a Gill of whisky. The Park family. Cyrus m the murdered was a son of the late John one of the Early settlers of Clark and has a wide Cle of friends in this Section of the country. John was once a preacher of the Dunkard Pui Sua latterly preached the Tenet of the Christian or Campbel Lite Church. Cyrus m. Had four Throe of whom we have already mentioned. Tho fourth is Marion a Young Man on last mar ried a daughter of William Hart living in thu same neighbor Hood. Marion at the time of the was with his father or. And yester Day upon receiving Intellini fico of the sad Fate of his brother and he had a paroxysm of heart disease and became in which condition to remained Alt Day. A Kurst suspected a special dispatch from Louis Ville to the Cincioni i says that George a was arrested on monday morning at h on suspicion of murdering thu Park family. Ilo contradicted himself under sex and was so contradicted by other witnesses that lie was held As implicated by the evidence in the murder of the Park family. Upon being told that the murder was already traced to he con fessed that he find two other Squire Taylor and expecting to get about live bundled dollars by the murdered the Park family. Johnson said that he watched outside and Davis held the Light while Taiylor did the that they got one Hundred and forty Aud that the others refused Lodivico. Parties were sent out immediately to arrest Taylor and whish they succeeded in doing. The excitement Ivas so great that the officers lad to take the murderers through the Woods to avoid the and brought them to where they were lodged in jail to Day. The two girls Evelync and can not recover. The funeral of the three victims took place Mon Day morning. Great excitement exists. Norw nov. News from 2 p. Reports that Tho grand jury have found indictments Taylor Anc Duvis for the murder of the Park family. Taylor s grandson testified to Many Inci corroborating the Confes Sion of Johnson. It is thought the mob will hang the negroes to night. Evil that Good May and which fre so common at Are not Only but illegal. It is absurd to employ a minister to reach honesty and virtue to the and then practise gambling and and by example de Troy what he labors to and teach the same to the he usual that nothing is is not a Jid act that the purpose is to Aid a Ood cause Only makes the matter horse. A Good cause is no gainer y being so mixed up with Immor to. If 11101163 cannot be raised Oromocto the gospel without Agra Nily violating the it had Etter go in raised for the More a raise Money thus the More we destroy the As wrong right goes St Union. The gain of sunday jord we Are not poor but because we Liro Tigh Many rested from labor one Day in seven. That a is not lost. While Industry i while the plow lies in lie while the Exchange is while no smoke ascends Roui the a process is Gong on quite As important to the wealth of the nation As any process which is performed on More is. The machine of a machine compared with which All the contrivances of the Watts and Arkwright Are Worth preparing and winding up o that he returns to his labors on he monday with clearer Vith livelier with renewed corporeal vigor. Old marm a was never regarded As a Paragon of neatness and if is next unto As St. Paul it s to be feared that tie old lady lever attained to the latter stale. Not Only was she anything but Leat but she showed a Sovereign contempt for it in others. Speaking of neat one she remarked her son Josiah Vas one of the most particular men n the world. Said she. Threw a whole cup of Coffee other because it bad a bedbug in tic Park family avenged. The Jav Gerocs Hung by a mob. November Squire Charles Davis and George the negroes charged with the murder of the Park were taken out of the jail at about two o clock this by s mob of about forty and thirty Throe of whom entered the and the res1 stood guard in the streets. The negroes were Bung in the Woods about two Miles from town. When they found Taj lord e Hac been stripped naked and burned ii a number of places with brands from a fire that the mob had Kin probably with intention As expressed by of roasting them alive. It is strongly Intima Ted that the negroes made a confession before their death. Taylo and Johnson were Hung on the same tree. Davis of another tree some Hundred feel Distant. The mob was made up of citizen f rom the Vicinity of and Charlestown. A coi Oner s inquest held to Day rendered a verdict that the deceased came t their deaths by Hung by parties unknown. The negroes bad not been inc lick de by the grand and the citizens were afraid they would est punishment. No one attempted to interfere the mob who broke into the cells Sledge Tammera and but the All kinds of printing done neatly and it moderate Call arid see specimens. Or Adverl Ingr Onesini or one week. Oft each additional 59 of advert rates. A moral and i Hough not at the Cost of great suf is a loveable like much that is ornamental and at it Bunreth not the the Root it. Much May be done to the tree by much to the Man by but you 3iinnot learn to do what you have not the heart to do. You cannot earn to on any a vessel that draws More water than he depth of the Stream supplies. A Mother in the Rural districts lately gave her five year old Hope ill and outfit of fishing tackle. Soon she heard a shout from and running out she found one of her Best Bens fast winding up the line in Hor whither the Hook had already preceded it. Observing tiie troubled look of his quietly remarked i guess she will Stop when she gets to the to measure old Farmer ays following is generally As i have bought and sold by and i believe it May be useful to where the Means of weighing Are not at. Hand. Multiply the breadth and height into each and if the Hay is some what 10 solid j Ards will make a ton. Clover will make from 10 to 12 Yards per ton. Does you know How oysters from smelling in the hottest of Don t tink i Sam How d Dey do pm Dey Cut Dar noses and Dey can t smell in attn Yah Yah Yah what an in Penn Traalum coloured Ansson you an old rail splitter in that county put a quietus upon a Young mar who chaffed him about his Bale these Man when my head gets As soft As yours i can Risic hair to hints of the season. This is the of cold which More to animals than even the Sharp air of Winter. The that profits lie servant of the who yields her Rich milk for nine to Tea months in the to Supply Bis wants and fill Liis is in the Field exposed to drench no Rains and sleet with no care or her Comfort or even for interest. A cold rain is absorbed the hair and held until evaporated by the heat of the and this is done at the expense of the food she eats and lessens her Ca Lacity to give milk. The Farmer who leaves his cows exposed to the storms of is not Only cruel to Liis but wasteful of the property committed to his care. Nearly All Good dairymen milk their cows in a a Ter of and it a but Little labor to put the coins in comfortable quarters of toe approach of a storm. Calves should not be neglected at this season. If they have been Well cared for in the Early part of the season and made a Fine Don t let them lose it All by inattention now. A Little extra this will save Boubli amount during the Winter. A Little Oil meal and bran will keep the calf in a Thrifty condition and pay More than double its Cost in the value of the animal next Spring. Don t neglect to keep them sheltered front storms. Sheep will also Sufler from no vember the Long wooled that can net stand cold storms like the but it is bad policy to leave even the to shirk for itself with out shelter. Just think of the amount of moisture absorbed by the heavy coating of which must All be dried out or evaporated by animal heat and this at the expense of the food. Is it not Clear that it will pay to shelter them Colts must receive Especial at if the breeder wishes them to pay him a profit. It won t pay to leave them out in the cold Rains. A week s extra attention will be required to recover what is lost by exposure for half Day s storm. If the Farmer wishes to imitate the Money Shaver and get three per a let him feed his Colts one or two quarts of Grain per and this exorbitant interest with the full principal will to paid Back in growth and the full and Beautiful develop ment of a muscle which delights the Lover of horse flesh. The value of the horse depends upon his muscular capacity and Beauty of and these Are dependent upon the food and care the Colt receives during the period of growth. A Little extra feed and Good care will double the value of the animal at four years old. Blood will plenty of Good food is indispensable whatever the blood. Having a watchful care for the Comfort of our animals we must no t neglect the hog. Twa scavenger of the farm that utilizes much that would otherwise be is a profitable worker Aud deserves a dry shelter. It is very extensive to keep hogs in november n a wet pen. Their hair saturated Vith moisture Day and using in nearly All their food to keep hem warm. The hog will pay for Uch care As you give the Lave the pen under a Good roof and provide clean bedding so the log can take Liis rations and repose itself in easy aristocratic dignity he is t loft Giacon of the Iii Imal world. Warm is Ime for the Farmer to repair his stables for Winter. He should not Vait till the Snow drifts about the stable door before he thinks of re boarding and battering where it iced it to keep the Snow from sifting through the crevices. A warm stable is equal to a Large bin of Grain or Many tons of Hay. Every Stock feeder should try to make his stable Frost proof. This an be done in a cheap Way by to one by four Inch strips and nailing Edge ways up and Down. On the inside of the and the boarding up on the inner Edge of these strips with any refuse having a space Between Walls of four to be filled with saw lust or Tan or for want of Straw Well Ramied in. By making the doors you have a stable so warm that milking is comfortably done in Winter and your cows will not require to eat a double portion to keep them warm. It costs much less la make a Warrn stable then to warm up the animals with extra food. Hens roosting of the Stan most reprehensible among some is that of allowing hens to Roost on the upper timbers of the stanchions and scratch Over Tho feed in the Manger. They be foul the feed and cause much of it to be hens should never be allowed to come upon the feeding floor. Clear Liness is the first Point of Good feeding and the Manger should be swept every Day. There is nothing More offensive to cattle than the Tillhof and Farmers ought to respect the taste of his cattle and banish poultry from his Stock the Josh Billings do any work before breakfast. If it necessary to do work before break have your breakfast first Eriv

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