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.M 11X11 COWS i.n FALL AM
HI. VT UK. Milling . oxccpt for a short F-r-i iod after the birth of a calf, is al t ,. I. - : i ! . 1 , ! Nitun- inten.!.! animal, to Vi'M;fin(.IElt!jllrill3t,iewin,or ,,, I ii 1 Ik omIv while it should le co.-.iry for tli sustenance of the younj; Lut by Ion:? tninin:;, ar- J n. . . i I , . I n.l tl.HIowol .-n.Ik.s rro.on lor months and even tor yesrr, after the natural period has pa.-s-id. Partly (or this reason, no fccrrtion of the cow i morv va $ily affect d by treatment of the animal. Any derangement of - . ' i fct. in the decreased quantity! and quality of the milk. Itsho'd also le Lome in mind that the tontiual flow of milk bevond the natural period is no small drain upon the vital functions ofi ; . .. .. n . , , . . .. , : tre minor How many a room an animal, and tins should be . 1 ... . . - , . , , , , A . lis vocal with the voice of son-;! counterbalanced by extra stimu- ,. . . . , . . . .. . . , I rie piano is a jrreat and umver- Ius in the form of rood nourish-i , ' t. , . . ' . isal hoon and rointurtcr. One in" loou, ana wnatevcr care i.- necessary to keep up the health of the cow to the highest stand ard. At this reason of the year change ol food is necessary. Lon before the pastures are en tirely despoiled of verdure, the grasses nipped by repeated fronts lo.-e mucn ot their nutriment. i Though cows may gather their fill, it if of poorer quality, and thc'yicltl of milk speedily stiller. A daily allowance of bran, shorts or ground feed of rye and oat, or two-thirds oat.i with one-third corn, will supply the lack of nourishment, and show itself' with good interest added, in the milk-pail. This feed .-houhi be wet before using. We prefer it to feeding with hay, for the rea son that nourishment, more than bulk, is needed ; they can pick up enough partly withered gran to fill their utomachs. This ex tra allowance should not be de layed until the animal is suffer ing from insufficient food. It i far eisici to keep a cow in good condition, than to bring her up after falling olf. Pumpkins are usually fed out littt, upo;i failure of pastures. If it be practicable to keep them uninjured until later in the sea son, it would be better. They come in et when dry hay and stalks are the staple diet, and .something more succulent is craved and needed. Iti best to remove seed from pumpkins: they are an active diuretic, and many believe that they divert to urine fluids which would form milk. Any person who has been long confined to a single article or two of food, say to salt beef and po tatoes, knows how the appetite craves a change. The greediness witn which cows lay hold of tur nips, mangel wurzels, or other roots in winter, proves that they, too, relish variety, and in the case of healthy animals, appe tite is a safe guide in the selec tion of food. Even if root? were lacking in nutriment, an occa sional allowance of them to cat tle would be beneficial. Observe strict regularity in the time of feeding. If meals are regularly served, animals will pa .1 i . l ticntly wait t!:e appomted time ; , othprwie. thev Will be restless i and uneasy wliilc looking for supplies, and ravenous when fed. The importance of comforta ble, well ventilated shelter for milch cows is yet preatly under rated, despite all- that has been , , i of the food eaten is consumed in furnishing warmth to the animal Thus, good .-heiter is equivalent to x lare percentage of food. Besides the actual loss of food from the increased amount re uirctl under exposure to cold, there is further Ios in milk from the feeling of discomfort. The secretions are always disturbed by inlltu liCts th-t ciuie Kiti or uneainr.f and every shiver of a liilf-frozeri cow will rnakej itself visible iu the milk pail. la their anxiety to secure wamuM, manv Have OVriOOKed r the importance of pure air. , Close. crowded ?tible., rctkinjr with oJors from accumulatta" rot!uce fcvcr ; lne.-- ' in the cows, and the flow cou- i irksome to annmh, and kind ness to brute., as well as profit, . . . . tiernind.- that evt-rvtlnni; practi cable should he done to secure thp.r M.js.c at Humk. What shall the amu.-rments of the homo he Where tin-re is the ahiiity and j taste I regard music, combining in happiest proportions instiuo tion and ple.v-ure, as standing at tin: head of the home evening enjoyments. What a never fail-in-; resource have those homes which (iod ban blessed with this rfft! How many pleasant fatni- Iv rir'lic rtitbrn mrrlitlt orrtiiti rl pauses and blesses it as he hear it through the open farm-house window, or detect.- its sweetness stealing out amid the noise of town on angels benison upon a wilderness of discard, soothiiir; the weary brain, lifting the troub led spirit, pouring lresh strength J worship, lulling to rest. Touched by the hand we love, a mother, ?i?ter, wife say, i it not a rnin istrant of love to child, to man a household Deity, now meet ing our moods, answering to our needs, sinking to depths we can not lathom, rising to hightu vt an not re,hf leading ruiilinu, great and grand and good, now stooping to our lower wants our souls reverberating from its keys? The home that has a piano what capacity lor evening pleasure and profit has it! Alas that so many wives and mothers should speak of thair ability to play as a mere accomplishment of the past, and that children should grow up look ing on tiio piano as a thing un wisely kept for company and for show ! liev. J. F, W. Ware. CLOTHING, he. CLOTHING, BOOTS AID SHOES, Over-ax::! Uxidcr-Mhirt FURNISHING GOODS, "tST RECEIVED in lar-e quantities p uai at extraordinary lo priced at th? WINCHESTER Clothing Store OF I). BARXUM & CO. Call soon if you wish to rocure poods for the oi l prices yet. We can fit out men, youth and boys in evtiy th;r. from top to bottom. We call, particularly, at tention to our .-tock of Roots ; of which wc hive 11 sizes and can soil at b,wer figures than passible to buy them else where. Our stock of Cbthin', and espe cially Over coats, is more comp'ete th in ever, rnd figures fir below t!ie market rates. II ivin in inufactun d our Fall and Winter stock before the imnur.se advance in Sod, wc can and will ?ell at such low prices that nobody need to be without new, warm winter Clothes, on account of hard times and highness of poods. We keop tir consrartlr on hind Trunks, Carpet Sacks, Notion, and other articles too numerous to enumerate. D. RVRNUM & CO. X. R. All person? indebted t us ei ther br book account cr note, and partic ularly the former, w ill pie ise c ill and set- tie their accounts. The Utter part of November we m close o.:r hooks und ihn not iCltlci! we (h;IlB;?rV 0Avn;; fjr collection without farther notice. nlG'Jra D. R. &l CO. GROCERY. The u:i dersipned has established a tlro cery and Queen'.s-W.ire store in thi'iiv, and w otild rcsr.pc f .. I v Ii vi v .,1.1"!. r ..!. i j r iuui.i fore purchasing; elsewliere, as he is cna MeJ towllit LOW TRICES for Cash or Country Produce. He will keep constantly on hand alargc and well selected stock of GROCERIES, uch a Siisnr, Ton, Coftce, .1In!asr, Spiee: Candir, Nut; Cako, I'ie. Crackrrp. Iloloriin. a o in short, every thin- usually krrt in a (:roccf.T torc-' 1 sh J1 k'P n hand a stock of Of the best quality, and at prices which i can cot be unut rsoiJ. CJ O AX. OIL Otthetrst qualitr, which I will ceüanj cheaply as any other houe in the place. ' luve rr.e an e-.rlv call, cn I I will con vince tou that I can do q I have id. tore. north nf th P.:bl?f SnrA i i acs. V. ard s Hardware limUini:. M T SL?,dPTIO v. IlcUhu. Jw.i. I-lv ----- ----- - COUCH MEDICINE. i v. ( v. r c. yAST;3 Daj3I! IflElC, OR PECTORAL TROCHES, F.trt'u' l!!im-'1i. !i rii cr rteln Türe oi 0TCllV ")M. f II 11 II -! Sil- .t !..,!. I ' 7 " - -- -- -- - f . Ilonrsme, Whooping Cough, C'ntnrrh, Ilmuehiti-, Pitfi. cnlt tlfialhini;, S'r Thront, Iltr. i F.I.I KP WARKANTKI IN IKS .MlM'TRS l-'-.r .Mipir-. ;.( ;ikai . SmiTi 11 T'(irHI nre ii; !! 'j.-iat.l (,,r rimr "ir ami Srf ntln'iiiiif li.o Vmco, Ko;no inj: I U- -n.t n - t !i !n li lli"r jf t ikn i t-it v.xrrh . in 'i. j,... 5. t.r.-'i'i: m nr. j-rf Ji.irrtioii reu-ty f. p u.r ;i ! ! .,--!i-;.i. i, not i..h' r!iu i i n it r. rl i n,;, t . . -.,,, t;, i j ,lis fi 'th:ic n'!i joii to th f.Mt '(lic.if. cornij. tj -i.V. ho';.! y. :! j,.t r,.,.., .,ril,..Ut;llu to all to tri vc tnem a f.ilr tri:il nor. 2J-C"io QOOTS AND SHOES. BOOT ant! SSEOF MANUFACTORY Christ Knyor. 2co. Keller. PROPRIETORS. We kn'p cn-tiiiit!y on h:inJ roily rn u!p R ofs an-l Shrw-. We are also pr--p-irM t' m tncfioture tlise artio!" to or iliriu i n'.i. .u! t.irit!.i1 manner. Try ii. V will a i - p;iy t?u- h i est ch price- i ' v hi it - : it('. -T'lric.;. w'.)a S H A V I f i C S A LOO A1. SHAVING SAL0ÖH! BUCKNER & OUTLAND, BAUBEKS k nAlKDRESSKKS, shop o. iain' stki::;t, Jmrnr-liatdtj ovrr II. J. Kizrr'. Stitrr. They are preptred t- -.luve, cut a:il cleanse the hair, renavatc clothing, 'tc, in the latc.'t inl ni;st approved ntvli ,ani on th most reasonable terms. bailiff wishing their services in the hain!resin line w ill be waited upen at their resMt-neefi, bv ?ending their orders to the Saionn. n:ar 8 DRY GOODS, CARPETS. 1882. 1862. II. -. FLETCHER & CO.'S TRADE PALACE, and West vVawhinlon St.? Indianapolis, Indlizna. D HESS fJOODS, noKiint Styles, in rridos of I'll I NTS, ursi.iris, I IIIXLS, STJtJITS, fui J.l.s, rAsnu;;:i;s, S VTI.M:TS, COATl.-iCS, roTTO,Aii:s. uosu:itv. ;lovi:s, st'spi:M)r.Ks. 1 1 A iV I K K It C 1 1 1 F. F.S tiiiu:ai)s, la ns, COM, A KS, PA IIA NO LS, sTi:r.i. s?;ii:Ts, .MAM'IbliAS. in Silk, t: lot 2 1 and Ki;i:j:c!:s, SHAWLS IN FULL LINK. CARPETS. A!l kinds and grades, Oil Cloths, l)ai:invk", liollands, fc t'ur tains, and Shadi I'ixturcs. WALL PAPER. The Largest and riirnpr.t Stock in the WeM. New and elou'Jint itvlr nt pricos cheaper than ever sold in the it. "(J ive us a rail, vhen yon come to i ho. Capita!, and wc will )ou oou at pric t suit t!c tinic.. ii. a. rLi;Tciu:it &. co. nC: fm M'JStC. WILLAED & STOWELL, NO. t IIATI'.S imiNr:, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, M"t.KI!S IN Ml IS It A.NO Musiral Inslnmidits, KEEP CONSTANTLY ON II AND nn extensive assortment of PIANO FORTEG, and Mlclodoons. N. B. Piano Irtts tuiicd and repair ed. Old Piano Fortes taken in exchange for new nea. Piano Fortes to rent. A 1 are assortment of Guitars, Violins, Flutes, Flutinas, Accordeo::.-, Drums, Fifrs, Ac. ( Juitar and Violin Strin 's. of the bct quality. Also, Instruction Rooks of jH kinds. npr ly RAIL ROAD NOTICE. RAI LK0A1) NOTICE! Pursuant ti a resolution of the Uaard of Directors o; L-iLc Eric . Eai!ay Company notice is !;tre!)y ;um to the sLb-cr:f":rs to the c ipit.il -totk .1 sai l company, that each rt( -khöid r is rt qucstt-i witLin tiiirty days of the publi c ition of t!iis notice, to pay into tlie otiire of the TriM.-urrT of t-ii 1 co.opauv at Cam bridge Citv, Wayne County, Iii iiwii, a first iutallmci.t cf ten (IU; per ten. cn the 3t00k. iiubscribed bv him. L Q. KAWON, Trei't. R. J-x:v:c. Tfrij'r' J .LC lti, t J DRY GOODS, ETC. BEE HIVE STORE; WinchestY,'?I n d i a n a, A. H. HAHKIS, : : Prop'r. NOW IS THE TIME TO .SECURE IS. Ill G.Im-VS DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS XD SHOES, Hats and Caps, Hardware, Outcry, etc, AT THE BEE HIVE STORE. AT THE BE E HIVE STORE May be found ft complete and well aelect tel" .foolc of Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS, which can not be excelled both as to piaiity und tvicea, and to which the proprietor is constantly adJicg NEW SUPPLIES. AT THE BEE HIVE STORE M.iy .il?o he found F REH 1 1 GROCER IES, of the best quality in the market, seilinc at ns low prices ad any other bouBe in the p'ace. AT THE B EE HIVE STORE You can find a Iarpe stock of QUEEN'S- WARE, selling at prices that no person will "grumble" at. THE BEE HIVE STORE Is the place for Farmers, Mechanics And other- to bur HARDWARE, CUTLERY, etc. Selling cheap for cash. AT THE BEE HIVE STORE The Hißhost Markot Piico, IN fiOOPS, will bo paid for COUNTRY PRODUCE. I hope to recciro a liberal share of pub lic p:itrnnnpe, and reppectfully invites all persons to call aud cxamino my stock be fore burehasing elsewhere. STORE under the Journal Oflice and 1 door south of H. P. Kiser'n Drugstore. A. H. HARRIS. May lfi, l?f2. ly FURNITURE. FURNITURE. LtttTKiniSDOKFEK i WESP, Man c FACTI' rtrs or FURNITURE El CHAIRS. lNron within? to purchase OOOD AND SUBSTANTIAL Kb' KM i't.'KK, will ploaso r!vo us a rail, ts wo arc b. i it ttuii you will satisflcJ, and tbatyou ctu ix t licttcr ouryolves ANYWHERE ELS El v kotp constantly oa Laud a good assort- TllMll Of BUKE A US, CUPBOARDS, S A F E 3 . TABL E S , BEDSTEAD.-?, LOUNGE8 CRIh CHAIRS, STANDS, SOFAS, CENTER A N D DINING TARLES, i:tc., Ei i:tc. COME ONE! COME ALL! .nd examlue our Stock before purchasing clscwhcro. VVincheter,Ind.,May5 1C1. T4n10-lv BOOKS ETC. J VÜf vlr,( ir ?f i Tf T IT J . I irA WHOLESALE AND 11171' AIL DEALERS IX LAW, THEOLOGICAL, MISCELLANEOUS SCHOOL BOOKS, zBULisnrc: books AND STATIONERY, GLENN'S BLOCK, HO. 25 EAST WASHINGTON ST. Indianapolis, Ind. w3rOrjtr.s promptly tilled. jau i td PRINTINC. THE WINCHESTER Book & Job PRINTING OFFIC nnnrnn III til I Mil MAIN STREET, WINCHESTER, IXD'A. PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS, BILL-HEADS, CARDS, HANDBILLS, POSTERS NOTES, CHECKS, DEEDS, MORTGAGES, JUSTICES' B L A N K S ETC., ETC., ETC. EXECUTED -IN THE STYLE 2y ii AT THE ÜBHJIL ORDERS SOLICITED, AND SATISFACTION GIVEN IlKVERLY c DYNES, WINCHESTER, INDIANA MARDLE WORKS. WINCHESTER "Who has not lost a friend? " TL ctiilersined have now a largorand bet tOiaiortinonl of American nad itnlian Marble Than has heretofore been offered In this ticln Ity. Tliose who Intend erecting Tombs, Uomniiciits or f rave Stones, Inmiaory oftheirlovo 1 departed, would d well to GIVK US A CA Lb. Terms reasonable. Call and examine. SLATE IlOOI'INfi! Vie are alsoeneaced In makirjand fumlh Inj Slato KooN, at reaor.abIo jTicc. Th u periorltyof Mate over all other material fo. KiwIflnr iMoiwell etablthcd to renulre an argument in its favor, and thoe whu Intend bull. line will f id a Slate It oof to b tl.n Best and cheapest Hoof now in "e Eotimate? tna-l(or aay Irfurmation relativ tothebuine, checrfullygi ven by ad lre.4ic; or callitjron D.E.HOFFMAN CO., nor J Vinclie?ter,Ind To Consumptives. rrHE Advertiser, hivincbeen restored 1 to health In ft fevr weeks, by a rcry fimple remedy, after baring sulFered sev eral year with a severe lunrj aJfection, and that dread tliseae. Consumption i anxious to nake known io hii fellow-suf-ferera the means of cure. To all who desire it, he will aend a copy of the prescription u?ed (free of charge,) with the direction for preparing and u5injr the sacc, which thev will find a -I RK Ct'RK FOR C.XSCMrTION, ASTHM V, ! m 1 ? t i Pfrw-. r:.dV- i I . .1 RaoNcurTis, ttc. Tiio. only object cf tie advertiser in sending the Prescription iä Vt bent tit the atHicted, and f-jread iLforrna tion which he conceive to be invaluable, and he hopes avery BulTerer will try his remedy, a? it will cost thera Lcjt)ing and may prove a blessing. Partie wUhing tBe prescription will plea.e address licv. EDWARD A. WILSON, WiUiciur-L. " ,'nl3 oli1. '"'iocs to . N. Y .- GROCERIES, PROVISIONS; ETC THE UfMO ' GROCERY! K AND BAKERY, JOHN ROSS, : : : Prop'r, WINCHESTER, INDIANA. At this Groccry'and Bakery rr.ay be found THE VERY REST of Groceries, Baked Stuff, PROVISIONS, -SUCH tlSolasscSj Con-c I9cppcr Sale rat us, Äirr, C:i i el Irs , St a rch PROVISIONS : FIjOUR, .Heat, MFsM MIUTTEIl, Fe;?, E.litiP, JJIllEIß KEEP, Cheese, HOE,oa.Y.i. BAKE R Y S T U F F : (Of uil kind, luk'it frrth trcry day,) SUCJI AS ISRE.W, 1'IES, IIU&KS, C.IKES, CRACKERS, rr. 5"We would call the nartieular attention of the public to the fact that OUR CRACKERS ARE OF OUR OYN MANUFACTURE, and that we are felling thm at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES! WOODEN W ARE, E T C . : ,-SUCH AS s . TUDS, DUCKETS, WASHBOARDS, BASKETS, BROOMS, ETC., ETcl, WE SELL STRICTLY FOR Ao Provisions and Groceries can not be bought on time. AND A GREAT MANY OTHER THINGS TOO NUMEKOUS to enumerate Wo also deal in all kind3 cf PRODUCE, WILD GAME tkc.f.t CASH paid for QUAILS, WILD TURKEY3, &c. We are rcry thankful for past patronage and re?pccifti!!y solicit a eontlnii ance of the panic. STORE on the Corner of Main and Franklin Strat. Wikcmf.stf.r, Dec. 1, 1BG1. tf STOVES Aft'D TSNWAHE. Stove Store West side Public Squake, Wxkchf.stcr, Indiana. At this establishment may alwavs Le lound a Urge etock of COOKING, KEATING AND PARLOR STOVES OF THE MOST APPROVED PATTERNS. AIo. a . ntral aerti-rr t of TI COPPER, IJKASS and SHEET-IRON WARE, STOVE FERN I I L'K E, HOL LOW WARE, etc. Person? wihin any thin? in the Stove or Tin line, will find to their interest to call before purchasing elsewhere. I .'"Tin a'ii Sheet Iron work done to order. Nov. 31,1,1. ly H. .IcADAMS, PnoraiBToa'. The Compound Syrup of HOPS AMD BONESET rS the cheapest and best medicine. It is good for Colds, for Noame of Hreau, for IIonrnc, for Whoopinc Coush. It ialso sure rcmedv for Croup, and Chronic C'oush, Athmn, and all diseases of the Throat and Lnntr.. Give thi medicine a trial. For sale by II. P. Klzer, Winchester, lad. 5 It. lection IVoticc. TV! OTICE is hcreb? given that there li will be an election of Director tor the Winchester and State Lane Turnpik Company on Saturdtr, the 20th day of, Octoter, 162, at Browce Si. Cbcaey'jUvr j offjce in Winchtjte- ' Owt. VJ, tJ ' 4 y.Ktytr,Vrcs CO AS- S if a r 7" c a , Spire, & o a , Halt, S on p, j Etc. JOIFf ROSt. and Tin SIiop! DENTISTRY. DE IT TIS TRY. Dr. J. W. Wilmoro, I E.VTIS T , WOULD inform the citizens of Win-che-ter und vicinity iht he I frepired tjttenJ tt all kl.'-ds of e;ct ticr. on the Teeth, fuch as CUaau p Filling and Extractor. Alrw, in-trtiii-plain, fcinpjle pum and block teeth in any number frora one to an entire ttl. AH work warranted, and beic a carvtr cf ar tificial teeth, would call attention to the advantage he hn ;a natcliLf:, with the greatest nictty, the natural teeth. A to prices he obligat hicvlf to do work aa low at any go-jd Dentist ia tbi State- , O'Tirrin the nli JV:t OJcc room. March l.lzU. yl ' - " '