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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 7 December 1860

3 , ; n democrat HI J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 tUtcklj) Nttuepaptr, Dtcoitfc to t !; c Disotmination of Rrpnbliran jpriruiplef. butation, tmptrantt, Cittratnrr, 3grunltnrt, anb tl)t Ncns of tl)t Dap. TERMS $1,50 per Jnaam. VOL. XI, NO. 49. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 7, I860. WHOLE NO., 5C0: l)t Jtffcroniau Democrat IS FrjRMSrtBD EVERT FRIDAY stprtMNO, AT CHiRDOH, Otanga County, Ohio. Ofvt iirnlly over tht Drug Stnrt at tVf- tUm llfon, mm nd, of tk, ruiiit &ara. TERMdi If paid In advance, (1 SO If not paid within the year, tOtt SOrAll kind, ef merchantable produce taken in payment, at the market price. ,Nu paper discontinued until ill arrearage. are paid, except at the option of the Publisher. Rates ok advertising. LtotL Auvhtisehf.nts will be inserted a. fol low.: 50 ct.. a .qiiare, first insertion; each sub sequent iniertioa, ib ct. a aqunre. BeatxeH ADvibBTi.KMt.fr. will be lusertpJ at the followiiiir ratis.: Una Square three insertion., " two month., "...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 7 December 1860

Ifre jef fefrgoniw gctyoclf jrULIU3orC0NVERSE7Elitorr" Ini RDO l7o II 1 6,1 R I D A Y. DEC. 7, 1 ilC The President's Message. tn onr telegraphic dispatch will bo found synopsis ol the Trosliluni's Mossago. do- I . I , . 1 rt-i i, . : i l i i that the ae or the present trnuMos is tl.o iitatktn o( tbo Slavery n-iwiinn by tlio Worth, lie says Lincoln bits boon fairly and constitutionally elected, tind, therefore, ; his ohictinn affords no croimd for srWssion, lln bnnsts of (bo elocution of tbo ITigii i to niavo l,aw during ins A'lministrntlon, and It II V K It Will hn thn lllltv fif III .imn.a..v In". see that tho law is cnfnrend. Hn tl.m if tho property of Ilia United States is felted by iho seceding States, iho nllicor in command have orders to net on tho defen sive, but denies tho right of Congress to cocrco. Ho will not rncogn'to any seceding Ktate as a foreign power, lid holds that no State has tbo rght to secodo ; iho Uuion M mesnt to bo porpotu.il. Tbo "Old Public Functionary" p...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 7 December 1860

HOME DEPARTMENT. Cheap Reading. To persons wlio desire (o lake (lie Democrat during the coming year, (and we suppose everybody does,) we will furnish it, wiih the Atlantic Monthly, Harper't Magatint or Godcy's Lady's Book, for 3,60; or, with Peterson or Ar thur's Bom Mnautlnt. for 3.00. Tho Democrat and tho "Good Old Ohio Cut-1 tivalor' we wilt furnish for $1,90 fail to send in (he uamcs. 1 1 'Oil I jtiTThe sum of f G,75 was conlrihuted for the people of Kansas, nt the meeting in the Congregational Church of llutnb den, on Thanksgiving Day. How ninny Churches In ;he County observed the Governor' rccC21menJ'',l'on we hate cot learned. Subscription pper9 are being circulated in several of the Town ships, and the people manifest a com mendable willingness to contribute. ik-I). VV. CanCuld, Esq., will rod the Leading Article at the meeting of the Lit erary Society, tli is (Friday) evening. HOME DEPARTMENT. More Insurrectionary Movements---A HOME DEPARTMENT. More Insurrectionary Movement...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 7 December 1860

A Husband's Experience of a Strong-Minded Woman. A worthy cilizen of Mninc.of fair social position, good, plain understanding, and amiable manners, entered into the holy atate ol tnatri-uODY with trong-minile.l woman. Our narralive it brief. She bad all things her own wsy.frotr. the very first hour. Her contempt for his menial powers, improved every day. His very iDoQenkiveDesa increased it. Her wishes soon assumed lb tones of command. They lived on for many years, and the "gray maie" was universally thought to be the better horse. In her prcsenr.c,and that of third parties, he was rarely known to open his mouth ,' and he would no more thought of giving an opinion upon any subject than of givicg up the ghost. At length his career of passive obedience came to a close ; and Miss Popkin "hud not the least doubt what killed him." His last words, and they were remarkable words, gave something like color to Miss Poplin's opinion. Then Itev. Dr. Tliun derbob attended him in his last moment...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 14 December 1860

J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 lUftklji Nrn)9pai?rr, Dtrjettb to tljf DisflcmutatvfiQJof tttpnblican print'ipUs, (fotitation, tmpcranct, Citcratnre, 3grienltnre, irvi tlje Ktwa of tljt Dag. TERMS $1,50 per Ananm. VOL. XI, NO. 50. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 18C0. WHOLE NO., 570. President's Message. T$Uqu- Cittttnt of the Senal and Iotise of Representatives; Throughout ttie joor slnoo our lavt meet Ing the country list boen eminently pros purou in all in material Interests Tho BonorM health hat been excellent, our har bfive boon abuttdont, and pleutv tniilef- tht-fi.i..t.n.. . I , .wv.K..vut niu mna. jor commerce and xnanulacturct have beon prosecuted with en ergy aud Industry, and have yielded fair and ample roturn. Iu abort, no nation in the tido of timo hai ovor prosontod a apodaclo of greater tnatei iul prosperity than wo have dou, until within a Tory recent period. Why it It, then, that discontent now 10 extensively prevail, and thu union of Statos, whic...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 14 December 1860

[Concluded.] upon good faith of theso governments, lhor it no, ttrotom danger tbat luoh coutlngoncy will tianpen. Having discovered that rot rocommonda ttom would not bo lustiinoti by Cnngruss, h i)it Itoruative wat to accomplish, in Midi degree, if possible, the saino objects by treat; aiipulatiotit with the constitutional government. Such trcatiot worn accord ingly concluded by our lata able and ex ollenl Miniitsr to Mexico, and on tho 4th of January Inst, worn submitted to tho Ski. to for ratification. At theto hare not jot rvoelved the final action of that body, lij would be impropor for mo to present a (In lawed ttatetnent of their provisions, Still I may be permitted to express tho opinion In advance that thpy aro calculated to pro mote tho agricultural, manufacturing ami ommorcial Interests of the country, r.nd to SMOrt our just influence with an adjoining republio at to whoso fortunes hnd Into wo can never foel indifferent; whilst at the lame time they providu for (he paymon...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 14 December 1860

HOME DEPARTMENT. More Aid for Kansas. report how gener ously ibe people of Munson I) ays respond ed to Ilia call for aid of (lieir suffering brethren lo Kansas. Every township in the Slate ned not do so well as Munson, to insure a contribu.ion of 100,000 from Ohio alone: Editor Democrat: A. few of the cit Icens of Munson, having met on Thurs- day, November 29.1i, in accordance with the Proclamation of the Governor for Pub lic Thanksgiving-, thought it would bo a great good lost, both to Kansas and to the : Town, to enjoy the happiness of con tributing to relieve the suffering in Kansas mlusively themselves; appointed a com jiiittee of three to canvass the Town, au laoriling i!em (0 call other! o their rid, co Kk to give every one an Opportunity to exercise their benevolence, and report on the Thursday evening following. At the time appointed, a good number of the cit Itens were present fiom all parts of the Town, showing a commendable interest nd a good degree of benevolence. The Sc...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 14 December 1860

[Continued from first page.] re Whir sstisfaclory lo the holders of the Cuban claim,. Indeed. they have made a formal offer authorizing the Slate Department lo nettle thoae claims, and .0 deduct the amount of ihe Amistad claim from th. turns which they are entitled to teceive from Spam. Thie ofl'er, of course, ,., ya csonot be accepted. ...Jr.-,,,,. .All other claims of le citizen '.L united dates gainst opatn.ur ---j-, of the Queen of Spain against the Uni e l Stales, including the Amistad claim, were by ibis convention referred to a board of commissioners in the usuhl foim. Jiluer the Validity of the Amtslad claim any other claim against either pmty, .;nf.U r vntinn rf llin Pultun tm.u .1.0 ....s.o - - claims, was recognized by the convention Iodeed.the Spanish government did not insist lhat the validity of the Amis! ad claim should be thus recognised, notwith standing its payment had been recom mended to Congress by two of my pre decessors as well as myself, and au ap propriation...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 21 December 1860

t , r J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 U)tklrj XtoiBpaptr, Ptootro to tlje Difletinirtation of tltpublUan Principleo, (S&ucation, empcrantt, Citcratnrr, dgritultnrf, anb l)t Ktvt of tl)t Dan. TERMS $1,50 per Jnnnm. VOL. XI, NO. 61. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY. OHIO. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 21, 18C0. WHOLE NO., 671. r )e Jftltrsoman Utmotrat toreiutuKD every Friday vorsiho, at CaiBDON, Geauga County, Ohio, Ojf itrtclty aver tt Drug Slort CW . an iffeft, wtl id ntht Pyiiu 4ar. TERM 81 If paid in advance, $1 SO If not purl witluu lie year It 00 tyAil kind of merchantable produce taken in rment, at the market price. .No paper discontinued until all arrearage i. paij, except at toe option 01 tti ruirtisber. RATES OF ADVERTISING. LtSAL AuraariiiixeMTa will be inserted at fob tew: 50 ell. a square, first insertion; eacb sub aeauent inienion. 25 eta. a saltans. sWstc AotrEtriiEMEiirs will be inserted at iketotlewiaj rat'i One Square three insortton, ft 00 " " two months, 2 ti " " three months, 3 00 "...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 21 December 1860

VOLUME JUHUS V. x-eutui. . r r : "CBiRDOS, OIIIO, FRIDlY. DEI:. 21, lSlifl. Our Only Danger. w- .:n.l hntut thu doubts of WaahioDton correspondent, "Croaker," A ash.ngton PD in regard to Uie nrrones. ..u ....m., - Republican organintion, are un" founded. If the Republican should now offer concisions to the Slave Power. : 1.1 Ka ,l,.fir.iintAnce ever known of .great and victorious army propoanig to surrender, and suinr for peace, in liour ol triumpn. we 00 nm uu;-ve liiey will ; and yet it is well to be pre pared for the worst. The past should teach us never to bo surprised by any new or unforeseen manifestations of ser vility to the Slave Power. We have felt, from the first of tliis Secession excitement, that litre i our only danger. The Keces nirmisds who can do nothing- of themselves, rely, now as in all former conleits, upon iko r.iil,lp.!naa and tiraiditv of Northern men. Shall their reliance prove a vain one 7 Those aro tho dylna agonies of tho Slavn Tower. Thoy aro torriblo, b...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 21 December 1860

HOME DEPARTMENT. 9As It will bo loo Into a wook bonce, wo now, Id advance., wish our readers, ad all, "Morry Christmas." Contributions for Kansas. Burton conlrlhuiot 50, nnd Turkman 21,fi0, to Hie Kansas Relief Funrl. We have reoolfad (lie following good ropori from Bainbihlgo : BAINBRIDGE, Dec. 17th, 1860. J. O. .Converse Dear ttiri1 noiico the Jrftriuniun, that olbor Townships our County are contributing liborallv to tho rollof of the suffering in Knnsas. Perhaps It will not. bo out of plaen fur mo to tnl'min JTOU that tho citizens of B.iinhrirleo aro hot In tho background in octi of munificence fir thoir utrorinjr friends In Kniisns, ' No Honor thought than done;" a onmmirtoo ten wore appointed, ono in ouch Sub-School "'rict, . to canvass their resnoctive ) lr!c:i and tvy2lK on "l0 Saturday following. Korea of tbo samo ropC.r'"1 " Wo District No. 2, 12.00j No. 8, (fr-ao.!:-!)-' M.47 No. 4, U,10t N. 6. 11.73 1 No. 8, 45,00 No. 8, l5 45j No. 9, 8,fi0. Total, 9C0 25. 'i'hroo Distric...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 21 December 1860

To the Republicans of Ohio. It h with no ordinary degree of gratifica tion that jour Central Executive Committee bo announce to jou In the customary form, the iuocom of the Republican part Uf ai inn fliocuont in Bute and In the Stale in the Interior, Rave i. .Mariivn nf our triumph. Muro reeonl nows from California and Oregon In dicate that they, loo, havo joined tbo Re publhsjj). rank. From see to tea tbo tri famph it complete. The circumstances onder which this vto tor bat been won give it a pcculir slgnifl canoe. For a long lime prior to 18.14, pub lic Indignation hai boon excited In the nnn alaTebolding states, by tho pnrsistent elT.iris of the dominant parly In tho slaveholding atatot, to make thoir policy the policy ,h. ..nonl ffoTornmont. These efforts had been continued through a long oourso offensive legislation, carried on through Instrumentality 01 tne iemocrauo puny. Th. infliirnatinn thut excited increased tlanl nli IntnilSitT at Oacll IICW BCt offense, until upon tho r...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 28 December 1860

if CI t .raJUj-.'--Li-M. . . ...-w--., .. ,-f,,, -, ... ,.. , - r-. J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 tUrcklji JIfrospaprr, Dtoctcb to tlje Dt0em'matton of Rcptiblitan Principle, Cbncoticn, tmptranct, Citcratnrt, Igricnltnrt, onb th,t Ntto. of tlje Das- TERMS $1,50 per inanm. VOL. XI, NO. 52. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, I860. WHOLE NO., 572; Cl)e Jrffcreonittn Democrat fSrCSLISUKO KVBIIT FRIDAY KOMUKO.AT CHiaLON, Geauga County, Ohio. Qf.f dlnctlj, nn IW ffrnf Sfor, , Coo 7am IMPS, ( tidf nf tht Public Avuars. TER MS. If paid In advance, ,0 If not paid within the year, 2 UO AII kind ef merchantable produce taken in payment, it the market price. No paper discontinued until all arrearages paid, except at the option of the Publisher. . RATES OF ADVERTISING. Lto4t Advertisements will be inserted as fol '"ei 50 cts. a square, first Insertion; each sub sequent insertion, 35 cts. a square. Besisjiss ADrarisMsirs will be InscttiJ at Ibe following ratpst One Square three I...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 28 December 1860

JULIUS 0. COSVEESE, Editor. CIURDOI, 0)110, FRIDAY. DEC. 2S, I3C0. The Independence of South Carolina Declared! Tie Insane folly of South Carolina on Thursday of Inat week, in lha unanimous passago by her Convsniion of the following Ordinance of Becession i We. the peop'e of South Carolina, In Convention assembled, do declare nntj orclnln that the Ordi nance adopted by ita In the Convention or the S2dof May. 1779, whereby the Constitution olthe United Slates wns ratified, and all acta and parts of acta of the General A se-mb y of the State, ml trVing amendments to the sail Constitution, are hereby rrpealcd. end the union now subsisting bat a ran South Carolina anil other States, under the nsrre of tho United Stales of America, ie hereby aisaulved. The new. that South Carolina ha acceded waa received by our people with extreme indifference. If It were only real, end not a treasonable farce, we think that, instead of seriously rogrettlnfj it, they would feel greatly relieved. Cut, ur....

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 28 December 1860

HOME DEPARTMENT C7The eleventh Tclumi of th Dtm eorat ctoiei with th present number. VTh Literary Society, whlota leetni to lie Increasing In Interest, will hold another meeting on Friday evoniog neil. Leading Article by Mr. L. 0. Ludlow. . jty Hollli, the popular penman, who Lai met with auoh mcceaa in Ihii village, advertises thai he (a about to open a clan t Fowler's Milk ... Godey and Hia lady's Book. . . L. A. Godey aenda ua Lie card, on which la an admirable likeness of himself. If we had never heard of him before, we should know from this likeness,that he is, what the Lady's Book provea hint to be, just the man to cater to the tastes of in telligent and fashionable ladies. Says a "mporary, (and we fully endorse the ..nlim.'nt,) ''l A' Qodey Lm made more maidens and to.'0 UV?7 n ay man now living. If all the t)'uaf that rosy lips have Invoked in li'iibelis!.. ebould be put on record, they would form volume as big as a meeting-home ; eoulil all the smiles that be ha caused ba c...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 28 December 1860

THE LETTERS. BY RICHARD REALF. . letter from my mther'e household. laled amid the sounding eeai Rwiit-winged memnc'i of gladness, Bearing rrM and pence me! . Father calm end sacred counsel, Mouther's large and shining teara. i And my sister's brimming blessings Flung H ma acroaa the spheres. W trie denr snd lovingtetters! O! my childbood'a thronging dreams! 0! the ancient low-roofed collage. With ii quaint old oaken bourns! CH the haunta among the nieailosva, And the moss-grown gnrdcnecai, Where the scented apple blossoms Swept in waves about my feet. , And I sit and muse upon it. Till 1 seem to see it nil; fee the rich grapes' purple clusters Drooping trom the leaty wnll See 'he mellow pooch a ripeniin. Breaihe the brenth ol blessed (lowers. Watch :be steady house-clock marking All the pulses of the hours. Father's hair is growing whiter, Mother's step is feebler now; But the old seraphic beauty Lingers yet on her meek brow, And the low, sweet tones that thillled ma. And the lips I...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 4 January 1861

ummnmi wtmotvai - J. 0. CONVERSE, Proprietor. 21 lUtcldj) NctDBpaprr, Dtootcb to 11) e Dissemination of Republican Principles, (Education, (Simperance, Citetatnre, Igricnltnre, an& trje News of trje Dan. TERMS-. 1,50 per Anonm WHOLE NO., 573. ; VOL. XII, NO. 1. CIIARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY. JANUARY 4, 1801. &rje Jeffersonian Democrat . I PUBLISHED EVBttT FRIDAY MOJIMNO.AT CHARDON, Geauga County, Ohio. ? ijrnlly over tt Drug Store of Conk A- Ham tlton, nil f id of the Fubite SuuTt. TERM St If paid in advanoe, ft 50 If aot paid within the year, a CO MTAII kinds of merchantable produce taken in payment, at the market price. .No paper discontinue! until all arrearage. re paid, except at the option of the Publi.iier. RATES OF ADVERTISINGS. Lint, Advertisements will be inserted na fol low.! 50 ets. a eiptaro, first insertion; each sub sequent insertion, Si et.. a snttnre. Bi-m.TEJi AavtnnsEME.vrj will be inserted at tt.lut'.owine rates: Ge Square three insertion., " two m...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 4 January 1861

JTJLttJS 0, CONVERSE, Editor. " cjiahdoj, on in, FiiiD.iv, J. f isd. Important Secession Movement!—A Poor-House Out of the Union!! Wo learn from a reliable souicu that tho t l . . r i. i . -.,,1 mA.t ,.,. ... . .., ...,. ....... rcspcclnhlo County Infirmaries in tho State, hare hold a mooting and unanimously ro-'. solved tosecodo. Intense eiHiomont pro-' i i .ii r..i. .k. !.... i . . ........,: stato of dependence a. Inn? as honnr or soil- rospoct would allow, and that tlioy wnnia acriflce all their earthly poods rather than mitum It Innimr. Tho snoukors woro vo-, oiforousty applaudod whenever they cnun etod deflanos to tho constituted author- ItieJ. Resolutions woro adopted with entire onanimity and tho wildest enthusiasm, de claring in substanco that poor people aro as good as rich ones, and of right sovereign and icdepondent that all laws which re duco them to a condition of inferiority, hould bo resisted to tho lust extremity; that, wbilo thoir neighbors had lived in nffluonoo a...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 4 January 1861

HOME DEPARTMENT. The Flag of Our Union. Biockinrlilgo floatod ovor our village) square during tlio lato campaign, have boon united into one, which, with alt tho namei orated, and Lour ing the stripes and start ol the Union, now floats from the top of tho Breckinridge polo. Long may it ware ! JtSTk tr'i-weelly mail route lias been opened between lliii "filings nnd East Claridon, via Ilambden. Mr. Nalhnnitl Mas'ick hrvi taken llie contract for one year. stWWe are requested to say thai per sons would confer a favor upon the Free Agricultural Society by taking choice va rieties of fruit lo their PomolOjjical Ex Li'oition on Thursday next, or agisting in prepays 'be Supper. Great arrange taents aro being ru iJo for (be occasion. fWd lenrr. that Ptaf. Adaim. of! Erie, Pa., will soon commence a second term of twelve lessons in vos.il music, in this village, if sufficient inducement is of fered. We believe him (o be an excellent teacher, and hope (he singers of Chardun will avail themselves...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian Democrat. — 4 January 1861

The Best Method of Wintering Stock. An Essay Read Before the Claridon An Essay Read Before the Claridon Farmers' Club, by Lester Taylor. Tbe Monotajr of winteriog stock nt llie beat advantage it comprehensive, nnd in volves that of humanity, in a work of mercy. "The merciful man will be mer ciful to hi beast." Economy in feeding will lead us to consider appropriate food, water, air, shelter, beat, comfort and happiness of tbe stock. Wbal is ti c most appropriate food for stock ? That food which will best derelope bone, muscle, flesh and fat, and the greatest amount of each of those cocstilueats required, ac cording to the acje, and uses for which the stock is intended. Young stock need food containing most of the bone, muscle and flesh-forming principle; working oxen and bones, that which will support the greatest li-eues of strength ; tliOc de signed to be slaughtered, the greatest amount of fatty matter. Chemists divide food for stock into two great divisions, one containing azote...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Democrat, The
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