J. W. BOWEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
J. W. BOWEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. FARMING, & C.
Fakm "Work for Mabcii.
As the warm weather ap
proaches, feAV things are more
important about the house than
to Bee that the cellar is in good
order. This month aflords op
Dortmntv for a thoroiiffh re
moval of decayed vegetables,
sorting the potatoes lor plant
ing, and have a general cleans
incr of everything.
Sec that the beef and pork
were properiy packed, and are
in P-ood condition to remain
sound in hot weather.
Poultry House. Eggs and
hens too, will be scarce, if the
poultry house is infested with
vermin. Pour boiling water
into every crack of the building
it you can, then wasn clean witn
strong soap-suds, and when this
is dry, whitewash the whole.
Catch the fouls and rub a lit
tle grease under the wing, on
the head, and touch various
places on the body with it. The
fouls will amply repay you for
their houses scrupu-
Clover Seed. Sow clover
seed on lands that were laid to
grass last summer or fall. Six
ta ten pounds per acre of red
Fruit Trees. It is said
that a hole bored in the body of
a fruit tree and filled with sul
phur, will so infect the tree that
no insect or worm can live up
on it. As the spring season
advances, our fruit growers
will do well to try the experi
The Isabella grape flourishes
so finely m Brazil, that the
size and quality of the fruit is
much better than in the United
Cows. Cows sometimes get!
a6urfeit of grass, especially m
wet, warm weather, when the
grass is succulent and rich.
This feed distends the ' bowels
lincomiortably. An armiUl 01 1
iirr hiv nnpp n i nv ivi 1 ROrVP
ary nay once a uay vin serve
to absorb some of the moisture,
and benefit the cow in several
respects. - v.,
SiiEEr. If sheep are kept in
the same lot with cows or fat
cattle, no dog will disturb them.
As soon as the dogs approach
the sheep, they run to the cattle
who drive off the dogs. A
farmer for thirty years, in Shel
by county, Ohio, by adopting
this plan, never lost a sheep by
ih m the same
the same doers killed
sheep in the farms
south of them.
"P. II. F.," Babylon, X. Y.,
(sends us the following receipt
for hoar cholera, which he has
tried, and proved a cure :
"Ten grains curude Barrela,
ten grains soda ash, made fine
and slacked in hot wate, given
three times a day.
Scab in Sheep. It is said
a wash composed of steeped
tobacco, turpentine, and oil oil
vitriol will cure this disease.
Just before rain flowers
smell stronger and sweeter, be
cause the vapors of the air pre
vent the scented particles of
their perfume from ascending,
as they would be in a drier at
mosphere. Instead of rising
above the earth, the odor is dis
seminated by the moistue. Be
caue the plants ; are stronger in
fragrance just before a fall of
ram, see horses stretch out their
necks and sniff the air in a pe
culiar manner. Animals are
more observing than men, and
nature speaks to them in a si
lent manner.': They thus are
able to prognosticate the com
ing storm with unerring signs,
while ntan stands bewildered
and lost in doubt. Turf, Field
and Farm, 1
A meadow should never be
pasturedand more especially
in the spring.
"I do declare,. Sal, you look
good enough to eat. . . .
"Well, Solomon, ain't 1 eat
ing as fast as I canr"7 replied
Sal, with her mouth full.
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HARTFORD LIVE STOCK INSURANCE
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
Hartford Live Stock Insurance
eo., ;, .. , -i-.,..
ON the 1st day of November, 1868, made
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None. . ' ..' .. . ..
IV. MISCELLANEOUS. : '
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Statu or Connecticut, i
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E. N. KELLOGG, President. "
' W. C. GOODRICH, Seoretary.
Subscribed and sworn before m, this 8th
day of November, 1866,
Seal WM. HAMERSLEY,
Com'rfor (hi State of Ohio.
Fivh Cikt STAMr.
Oiric or thb Auditob. or Srm, 1
, i . Columbus, O., Nov. 19, 1808.
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CotuttBtis, O., Nov 19, 18t57.
Whkbbas, The HARTFORD LIVE STOCK
INSURANCE COMPANY, located at . Hart
ford, in the . State of Connecticut, has filed
in this, office a sworn statement of its con
dition! as required by the act "ToJRegulate In.
suTance Companies not incorporated, by the
State of Ohio," passed April 8, 1866j and
amended February 9, 1864, and the act "To
regulate Foreign Insurance ' Companies,"
passed April d, 'IHIjo; ana, w nereas, said
Company has furnished the : undersigned
satisfactory evidence that it is possessed of
an actual Capital of at least om bcndkid
and fittt thousand dollars, invested ' as
required by said aots; and, Whereas, said
Company has filed in the office ta written
instrument under its corporate seal, signed
by the President and Secretary thereof, au
thorizing any agent or agents of said Com
pany in this State to acknowledge service of
process, for and in behalf of said Company
according to the terms of said set of April
8, 185G. - - ' " v v i.
Now, TnsEKfoBi, in pureuanoe of theaet
aforesaid, I JAMES H, GODMAN, Auditor
of State for Ohio, do hereby certify that
said HARTFORD LIVE STOCK IN8UR
ANCE COMPANY of Hartford, Conneotiout.
is authorized' to transaot the business of
Live Stock Insurance1 in this Slate until
the' thirty-first day of January, in the year
one thousand eight hundred and sixty
Ssal. w I Witwkss VTnrator,' I-haie
:, , i .!. hereunto , subscribed my
name and . caused the seal of
n;U:'; my offlce'to btj.affixedi'tke
day and year above written.
- JAS. H. GODMAN,
' ! J J ',' Ai' " Auditor of Ptte.i
. Cy Jas. Willi ami,'
.v ' -i. . . ch'f Clerk.
J. Tf. BOWEIf, Agent, '
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" Athens, ' ldlO
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