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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 May 1874

f it jE 'E y'l B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THS CMOS ASD THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. vol. xxvnr. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., MAY 27, 1S74. NO. 21. Poetry, THE 4VEKV. S;ta the ihiux beside me duly. Whether I be sad or gavly Live my life "Attend," sue cries Ioctkn me through with solemn eyes: "Thou must answer, answer this: What the sum of woe and bliss: "What is life? lu all gladness, through all pain. W nether peace or passion reign. Turn my thoughts to things of earth Or to themes of heavenly birth. Still I hear that undertone. Like the ocean's distant moan, "What is life ? mce I thought that I might trance her Into silence by aa answer; Thought that I could find the reason. 1 eouid meatiure time and season, I could sound the depths she stirred, I could compass with a word "What is life ? Youthful, vain, and fond delusion ! Now I turn from light intrusion On the secret that she keeps Clee within her stony hps, Which but open to their task. "c'er...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 May 1874

SEXTIXEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLlNTOwN. TTedncftday. May 2T, Wi. B. F. SOU WE I Eli, EDITOR AKD PBOPBIETOB. Tbe Adjourned Legislature. For jears si ttie adjournment of the Legislature his been a fruitful sub ject for criticism. T e adjournment of tbe late Legislature bos, as a matter of course, coiue in fur its fUil share. Nanj criticise understandinglv ; others criticise because1 tliej are desirous to aay notuethiiiL', though it be nothing ; a number condemn for political pur pose, and a few sneak of the merits and demerits, in the interest of reform. The critics themselves know best to which class thej belong. The follow ing is what the Pittsburgh Gazette savs of the late Legislature : Tbe session of tbe Legislature, just closed, illustrated, in several particu lars, the strength and weekness of the new Constitution. The spirit of the olden time was more or 1jss prevalent, vtt about one fourth the number of bills were introduced as la former ses sions, and a proportioned number of ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 May 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN M1FFLINT0WN: Wednesday. May 7. lT4. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum. Transient advert isetueuts ioser ted at 50 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Peductious will be runic to th.se desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter rear. PESS'A. R. ILTIME TABLE. passenger trains leave Slifflin Station a folio: EASTWARD. Phisdelphia Express, 1 23 a m. Fast Line, 3 20 a ni. tf.imsburg Accoranio., 11 2H a ro. Mail, 6 12 pm. J'aeitic Express, 10 13 am. Cincinnati Exprcsa, 8 60 p oi. WKSTWaaD. Fitt'burg Express, 1 20 a ra. Cincinnati hx press, 2 23 a m. Pacific, 6 00 a til. Wav 1'assenger, 10 04 a ni. Mail", a 38 p ni. Fast Line, 6 55 p ni. SI id! in, Nov 2, 1873. LOCAL ISTELLIGESCE. An abundant hay crop is expected. George Jacobs, Esq., is putting up a build ing on ofpce row. One hundred and fifty men are at work on the new railroad. Au Altoona youth has sued an Altoona miss...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 May 1874

Agricul tural. QrrETKEsa w Mtlxtso. The cow is naturally sluggish in her movements, and should not be hurried out of her natural gait. Sbe should never be driven to the place of milking faster than walk, and if she has far to go, tue walk should be a slow one. Hurry ing a cow when she is full, and the weather warm, hastens the circulation of hrr t.lood. and heats both her blood and her milk. A very little heating of the blood perceptibly affects the milk. It increases its odor as well, raises its temperature, and modifies the butter or cheese made irom it. ui mis account driving cows with a dog is not to be recommended. We have seen the milk of a dairy numbering thirty cows, per ceptibly affected by the milk of a single cow driven in haste bv a dog. She happened to be out at night and was accidentally left in the lot a hundred and fifty rods distant, when the herd was driven to the barn. Against our protest, a dog was sent after her and nhe came running to the barn, panting and frig...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 June 1874

Iiiiifei B. F". SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THE UNION AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., JUNE 3, 1S74. NO. 22. Poetry. rlBEPA ROSA. BI EDWiKD EIXO. 0 spirit, duwmbodied though thoa art, 1 cling to thee, and cannot let thee go ! XUy voice rings through the chambers of my h"art; Its subtle mnsic echoes all my woe. It perfect passion, its consummate pain. Its dreamy rapture and its lofty range Thrill with a sorrow-laden joy my brain. Ah, sweet dead singer ! it in aad and strange To lose with thee the harmony of life; Why could not gentle Death deign to foresee That all our souht would be with discord rife If in bis round he placed his band on thee ? E'en he shall learn the silences to hate, Aud half regret he sealed thy sudden fate i'an will not rise to tune his reed again : Fair Aphrodite, with her foam-lipped shell, Will spring no more from bosom of the main. Her mad, melodious tale of love to tell; The light that s...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 June 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWX. TedueNdar, Jane 3', IT4. B. F. SOHWEIEli, eMtok axo rioraiF.TOK. DesUb of John Edgar Thom - on. Although, it had Keen known For some time that Mr. Thompson was far from well and the contingency of his death his been considered in limines, the announcement of that eveut on the 28th till., surprised every one. ami occasion ed very general regret. Mr. Thompson was a Pnnj Iranian by birth and education. His ancestors anivrd with William I'tnn. One them, Benjamin Cope, was a number of the Provincial Council j another, Samuel Lewis, minister of the Soci ety of Fncnds, was a member of the fi. st Legislative Assembly. Mr. Thom son's father, John, wa.s a civil engineer of distinction, lie was associated with Litrobe ii planning the Delaware and Chesapeake caual ; was connected with the Holland Land Company, in the western portion of this State and New York ; built the schooner While Fih at Krie in 1793, aud long befoie rati ways or canals were dreamed o...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 June 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXIOWN: Wednesday. June 3, 1ST4. TERMS. Subscription. $1.50 per annum. jn4I1it;ut advertisements inserted at 50 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col- . . . . .- . . . 1 i . . ( 1 1 1 ni . -T i ina.irtiiMi nnin, i" ;" l" ""- A cmzEX of tliU place tied an end of a cord to the top of a corner cup board ; the other en J of the eord as fastened to a pin in the opposite wall. It wis so convenient to "hang things" on. A hopefal boy, who knew enough about swinging to kuow that a rope was necessary for such sport, one day while his parents were out of the room, man- Ox Friday last a desperate struggle between an eel aud a mink took place iu Jack's Creek, a shoj-t distance below Maitland, which a witness thus relates: The mink seized the eel in deep water and made fur the at ore ; but the eel. being large and strong, jerked and plashed with such tremendous force, to tcjt that botb rolled over and over several .Ructions .il b...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 June 1874

J.gTicnl tuval. Pocltbt n Gardens. If one could only make use of the good qualities of poultry in gardens without suffering from their bad ones, what capital thing it would be. The amount of in sects they destroy is astonishing to those who have not been initiated into the mystery of the thing ; but everybody knows that they claim all the crops in pay therefor, if they get a chance ; and thus we have all our labor for our pains. We like to have our peas come up early, but they come up a little too soon when there is a flock of chickens about ; and they are not satisfied with the early worm, but want the early green blade from the strawberries also. There are many times when chickens can not only be introduced into the garden without serious injury, but with great good. It is best to have a good chicken-yard attached to all gardens, where the poultry can be confined when there is damage to be done, and let out when they can work to advantage. Besides this, simple arrangements can oft...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 June 1874

B F. SCHWEIER, ' i : THE CONSTITUTION THE CXIOX AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. , MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., JUNE 10, 1S74. NO. 23. Poetry. lOIX. IO THE WELL. .V'russ i-2 dewy green she stept, I:i U12 sweet frc.-l:iierwj of tlie morn, ,VL:!e '"it lie Uars that uight had wept ;;:-t.'iieJ ou Knas and hede-row thuru, Si fairy mi: J is sha. whose treaJ The y:c-M:uir clover dij not stir; Ni t:ny fewii-t rained its head, V.'hcti t!ie hal passed, to lock on her. i Ijc Dix ai i( Hpring was on her cheek, Tlie ll.;lit of m iruiuj in her eye; I'.n I':'- haif parted, as to speak, a rj.j wreathed with maiden witchery. YV.h lyiick. elastic dancing feet t'h': rtept alons the dewy grass : "fuM wake the dullest pulse to meet 1 'liia l-rotty, blithesome farmer's laas. An.! many a rustic lad she met. Ail J .Tected with a pleasant smile. 7!. u ,h well she knew, the arch coquette. V. ho waited for her at the stile ,v:. j waited for her at the stile, I'.mu i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 June 1874

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWN. Wednesday. June lO, 1974. B. F. SCHWEIE1L, editor aud rBorairroB. Baxter has bad a number of Brooks Seen arrested for trial for treason. Tes Republican primary election in Crawford county will be held on the 18th inst. TriE Presbyterian General Assembly at St. Louis has adjourned to meet at Cleveland, Ohio, next year. Gineral JJristow, of Keutnckj has been appointed and confirmed as Sec- rotary of tbe United States Treasury, . . r It is said that the aunual income or , ti- , i-nruin .,i tbe Prince of ales is V4jO,000, and . . L i a ki. with .11 that be bas contracted debts to .1 f ftSrtft flOfl Last Veduedy the Board of Di- rectors of the Pennsylvania Railroad ; doubtless it would have been some Company elected Thomas A. Scott j wuat differently worded, but its de- Prssident of said Company. votion to the jingling coin could not """"! i i :i ! have been more definitely expressed. CALtrORMA.ss say they hare coal oil . u",c "lc u, ,. . ' . . The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 June 1874

SE5TIXEL & REPUBLICAN M1FFLIXT0NVX: frednesdaj. Jane lO, 184. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 ctntt per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col smn, 10 cents per line lor each insertion. Deductions will be male to th-se desiring (a advertise 15 the year, half or quarter year. PEKN'A. R. EjJIME TABLE. passenger trains leave Mifflin Station ai follows: EASTWARD. Fist Line, 2 54 a m. paeific Express, 10 11am. Kamsburg Accommo., 11 28 a m. Pav Express, 1 42 p m. Mail, 6 12 pm. Cincinnati Express, 8 60 p m. westwabb. Pittsburg Express, 1 20 a m. Cincinnati Express, 2 14 a m. Pacific, o 58 a tu. Wsy Passenger, 10 04 a m. Vail, I M p ill. Kt Line, 6 46 p m. Jliffiin, Jur.e P, 1871. LOCAL ISTELLIGESCK. Vie bare a treatise on witches from Taci tus, which will appear next week. Professsor Gnss forty days of durance Vile expired on Decoration day. He was orated and decorated. Cornelius Bart ley has jnst received a new l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 June 1874

JVcri-icii tiiral. Kfmki res. Many of our agri cultural and horticultural papers pub lish receipts for the destruction of the insects which infest house and garden plants, but often do it in so loose a way that the amateur is in great danger of doing more harm than good in carrying them into practice. In his little book on Window Gardening, the editor of the He ilculturisi thus gives the result of some experience in this line: "Years ago, when we had charge of a small conservatory, we tried the effect of sulphur on hot coals to clear the in fested plants. Every insect succumbed before its direful fumes ; so did also the plants: hardly leaf remained on the stems the following day, and the fere leafless branches spoke to rue in t-rms of sad reproach through their mute lips. I was then a tjro in the business, and greatly desired to have everything done thoroughly. Thus I learned that there is no teacher like experience, his school is a hard one, he is a stern disciplinarian, bnt when h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 June 1874

T B. F. SCHWEIER, THE CONSTITUTION THE UNION AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., JUNE 17, 1S74. NO. 24. : i r - I'oetry. wiasiso a xew dress. E.IBL HlLDASti DAIttHTEK. It was Eari Haitian daughter. She look'd across the water. AuJ long and loud laugh'd she; --The locks of six princesses Munt be nrr marriage fee. So her. bontiy boat, and bo, bonny boat! Who comes a-wooiug me !" It was Earl HaMau'a daughter, She walked along the sand; When she was aware of a kuight so fair. Come sailing to the land. His sails were all of velvet. Hit mast of beaten gold. And "bey, bouiiv boat, and ho. bouuv boat '. Who sailetli here so bold ?" "The lucks of live princesses I won beyond the sea; I whore their golden tretwea To fringe a cloak for thee. One handful yet is wanting. But one of all the tale. So. hey. bonny boat, and ho. banny boat ! Furl up thy velvet sail !" He leapt into the water. That rover young and bold; He gript Earl...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 June 1874

nil HP' t SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFUNTOWN. Wednesday, June IT, 1174. 1. F. SCIIUEIEll, KDITOK A5D riOPIIETOE. General Harbt White is lb aspi rant for CongressioDal honors. Ilt'STlNODOM countj sends II. Clay Marshall and J. D. Durburrow Repre sentative Delegates to tie Republican Stat Convention. The name of General Beaver, of U?llefute, is spok.-o of in connection with the nomination of Lieutenant Gov ernor on the Republican side. Pitts burgers are expressing them selves in favor of Mr James L. Goa liorn is a candidate for Lieutenant Gov ernor by tbe Republican State Cua vention. The Republicans of Potter county rend Jobn S. Mann, Senatorial, and S. C Jones, Representative delegate to tbe State Convention each witb power of substitution. Hl'TLER county sends as delegates to the Rcpntlicau State Convention, Col. Jobn M. Thompson, Capt. W. II. Tramblin and J. D. McJuniin, with instructions to support Hon. Jobn N. l'urv.ance for Lieutenant Governor. The Republicans of Franklin cou...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 June 1874

S'EXTIXEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWN : Wednesday, Jane IT. 1ST4. TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 per unnm. Transient advertisement inserted at 50 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient rmsmesa notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line tor each insertion. Deductions will be made to th.e desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. - PESTA. E. EJIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave Mifflin Station ax follows: EASTWAKD. Fast Line, 2 54 a ni. I'seiflc Express, lOllaiu. Harristrnrg Accoramo., II 28 am. luv Express, 1 42 p in. Mill, 6 12 pm. Cincinnati Express, 8 60 p m. WFSTWABD. Pittsburg Express, 1 20 a m. Cincinnati Express, 2 14 a tn. Facilic, 5 6S a m. Wav Passenger, 10 04 a m. Mail, 33 pin. Fas! Line, 6 45 p m. Mifflin, Jur.e 8, 1874. LOCAL ISTELLIGESCE. Editorials crowded out, as is also a parcel of contributed matter. Mr. Emanuel Mover, ia Fermanagh town skip, has already housed new hay. Heavy mi-is west of Ibis place on Satur dav raised and muddied the nver. Consta...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 June 1874

jVgfricii tural. n T. I matwinilMit n( ULU IUA UUWt . , the Canada Poultry Chronioie gives hia method of muiaing this worst of all diseases, which affects poultry. He says: "When a bird is attacked with the characteristic cough of this malady, or has tenacious mucous about the beak, with difficulty of breathing, I place it in a wicker coop in a quiet shed, and place before it a drinking fountain, containing about a gill of water, with which I have mixed one drop of tincture of aconite. In every instance during three years this treatment has had an effect almost marvellous, for upon visit ing the patient an hour or two after wards, I have found that the symptoms have vanished. The attack for a day or two is liable to return, yet each time in a lighter form, bnt continuing the application has in no instance with ns failed completely to remove the ailment in about forty-eight hours. In ease this disease should have made so much progress before it is observed that the sufferer is unable...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 June 1874

T i r B. F. SCHWEIER, THE C0XSTITCTI05 THE C5I0X AXD THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXVIII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., JUNE 24, 1S74. NO. 25. Poetry. THE ROSE W THE WALL. BY MBS. COHME-LAW ST. JoHX. Loet in tlie pray, tangled shadows, Lilack in the morning of years, Loet in the dust of wild ruin. And dim through the hazing of tears. Lo-4, O thou Queen of spent seasons ! One Summer, the crown of them ail. That called the dumb fields into flowers. And the rose from the mold of the wall. The days, for one rose's bright blooming. Through the f aintness of distant years seem Lake sunny hills, far off and golden Thy nights, like cool valleys between. Lot, save thy mcmoried beauty. That lays on my heart, soft and sweet. Like the pure, tender palm of an Angel, That stilleth its hot, fevered beat Thou gav'st me one gift, gentle Summer The brightest that Woman may wear; Thon gathered it back from my bosom When the wall of its roses was bare. I hold the Crow...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 June 1874

SmiSEL & REPUBLICAN JllFFLIXTOWX. h 5 L' II WE I Ell, editob as raopaicroa. Head the resolutions of tbe Repub lican State conventions of Illinois and Indiana on the Finance, at published in ! tbe Summary of News. Gov. Hartraxft u at this early day apoken of in connection with the Presidency at the next national cletf- ,-,on i Jliwt Hall, of Uedford county,! mud Attoraev General Diintnfcl r ! talked of in comiectiun .1 T ... e c t.i pubhc.nnom.oa..ouf..r5ueme Judge. , The Roudb of etaisbed American railroads are agats esgerly sought in j foreign money centres. Last we5lr. the Pennsylvania J.oftbrrri Central Com- j pany put a lflr of 2,000,000 on Lon- j don stock market. It was taken" lui- suffering from a sliest wound, ana a mediately, aud a' reouesl for .COC",- J tbrse-yeur-oIJ boy was foUitf waiider 000 more was undo. j ing in iho adjacent woods uninjured. m . . t . .t ... f D .. 111IS :s WMUiie;i.i. r..c-.., . the oracle of tbe western Democracy. ! .ay. of tu. ' 6lttta,lon:-! ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 June 1874

SE5TIXEL & REPUBLICAN - MIFFLINTO'-VN: Wednesday. June 24, 114. TERMS. noscripiton, per wannm. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 cents jwt inch lor each insertion, Transient business notices in local col- oron, 10 cents p.-r line for each insertion. Subscription, $1.50 per annnm. Inductions witi te nuie to tn sc desiring I to advertise by the year, half Or d,uarter PENN'A. R. K. TIME TABLE. Ps-senger tr.'ns leave Mifflin Station j follows: tlSTWAtD. Philadelphia Eii rest, 12 4S a m. Fast Line, 1 1.1 a im Pacific Express, 10 VI am. Itamshurg Accoramo., II 2 a m. I lay Express, 1 42 j ni. lril 14 p ui. Cincinnati Express, 8 i0 p in. WFSTWAat). Pittsburg Express 1 20 a m. Cincinnati Express, 2 14 a ni. I'sciliC, 5 58 a ni. Way Passenger, 10 04 a m. Mail, 8 33 p ni. Ka' Line, 6 4o p iu. Mifflin. June 2!, lt-74. LCVjtL IXTELLIGESCE. Stlinsprove is preparing for an old fasli taned Fourth of July celebrttion. All I ewistown is happy over the uniform- ' ing of their police. What a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 June 1874

jVprriciil tuva.1. Feedttso Colts. Many dams re such poor milkers, that they do not yield the foal nearly enough milk to supply his evident wants. In such eases, the breeder must feed the young thing him self. Cow's milk is good, when pre pared half blood-warm, and as sweet as the foal will drink it Three weeks after birth, give some oatmeal, or cracked oats soaked to tenderness in water, or, better yet, in milk. Begin with a handful or two, and increase as the need is. If the mare is a very poor milker, the colt may need two quarts per day. The rule to govern this matter is. Keep the foal in health) growth. As long as his stomach and bowels are in good condition, and he not gaining fat unnaturally, he is doing welL Noth ing is so bad as to underfeed the colt ; taking the land through, ten colts suffer from want of needed food to one that suffers from overplus of it. The first two years of his life decide the colt's entire future. Then it is that the length of his bones, the stomach...

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