Fort Worth Daily Gazette. (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 83, Ed. 1, Sunday, March 25, 1883 Page: 3 of 8
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. . -r niiliKoitlon Scco
.n llouMJii nnl TJiockmorton Knt
if (be po't0 flco " gccond-clagg matter.
HOW TO SELECT A HORSE.'
are nulhorlroel to atuinunoa A. A
V.8. a ritnilldnto for nldcriimh rrnn
Writ wud of Kort Worth nt the? ensuing
i?a7Kttn l niitliorlmt tonnntiunco
;' havi'siwit na tUo elilnon's
SSdotc JorCIty Marshal. Election April
i-.ArcnultinrUcd to nnnounco ticorgoW.
fani canUleinlu for city uiiirshtil cleo-
tr.ft'ro nutiWlzetl to nnnounce AW M. Itpii
candidate) for City Marahttl. Election
Slhiro Authorized to nnnounco J. Itlgirlena
pBilidato for City Marshal olcctlon.Aprll
it are authorized to nnnounco tho nmne
it Tlionmn n a candidate for city Miu
lit the onmilng city election.
nVare authorized to tiniiouncei G. W. Him
. cfliidldato for City Marshal nt tho on-
iflSCUy elcclleiu. ll-iS-tf.
ir.nre authorized to nnnounco tho nnmo
uf j it. Adams as n candidate for nleler-
n from tho Second ward at tho ensuing
r are authorised to nnnounco tho name
J I. Tyler 111 acandldnto for tildormnn of
First Vitrei at the unsttlng election
rhc 0 wiTTK Is authorized to nnnounco II.
shlclasn cnnelldato for nldormnu of tho
j6r.il ward election April 3rd.
ire aio nutliorlzetl to nnnounco Charles
j.cttTi!rcnndldate for aldormati In tlu
$ml''nrd. Election April 3d. ef
ffearcauthorlrcel tonnnounco If. C. Urooks
scAmllil etc lor reflection as ahlerinnu for
fTlilnl Wnrel. Election April M;
ifo aronuthorl7cd to nnnounco J I!. Askew
nciuiilltlnto fir nldcrmnu of tho Third
ltd. Election April 3d
ffearo authorized to nnnounro the iinmoof
OllwnnBn candidate for nldormnn from
elblrdw.irdnt tho ensuing election April
S)Cf authorized to nnnounco T
D.Andi u candidate for alderman
iktffu- i i. election April 3rd ISmS.
( Ity Trey.iirr.
1 1 Is authorized to tmtinutico
rfjc .Mum dsncnnmuninjorciiyueu
rrom n Lecture or llr. A. A. Orange He-
for tho Agricultural llepftrtini n Uni.
verslty of Mlmicautn
THE GAZETTE: FORT VOIITH TEXAS SttNDAY:rAIlCIl25.
clctl' i M11 ilrd 1M3
a' nw ntlionced to nnnounco John
l&oliasu n.udldato for city treasurer of
ftjA'ortu it the enduing election. '
IM tar I
Wo are n
leitonas . 1
.Wmor and Collector.
'i Ized to nutionuce It. 11 Mail-
into for tlio otllco of nsstiaor
Election April Jrd 1SS3.
iorlKed to'nhnounco Josbo J.
idlilato for clt.v n"jessor nnd
cnsulnt cltv clectln.
irizud to announce tho u-iinti
fur n3sensornnd collector at
M'e are nuthorlred to - nnnounco V .r.
kapden af a candidate for City Secretary at
M'c are authorized to nnnounco C. Mc-'
lrOAM.ni n candidate for re-election to Iho
Gjoorcltj hecretary ot l oi i woriuniiuo
neare nuthorlrcd tonnnounco tho name
Lfetuart Harrison as n eaudidato for
pofflteof City Secretary nt tho ensuing
. n i n i I. i i
ton 1'ITY ATTOUN'KY.
l' are authorized to anuounco Hobort
rt. evsei.. as a candldato for re-election to
b otllco nt city attorney. Election April 3d.
ho are authorized to anouueo James W.
A no us u candldato for city nttoiuey.
fcctlou April. 1S03.
walororHm-eor fiur iwuntls oflihy
sioutl bo given. Thou you cxttmlno
tho larynx or organ of tho voice.
COIlietlmCS tho lnrvnv (in nnl ni.n !
slylL its required whbn tho milnttil 1
uiMiMiiiu mm hip nir gotse tnnuinli
with n roailng ami whistling sound.
Arte rtestlng Its breathing nnnnmtus.
t Is welt to throw n Httlo hay uion
tuts ground in order to eeo whether
thulltw nre sound. Boiuctlnus thev
are parnlyzcel nud the nnllnal cannot
gather ltd buy properly.
THE HHIOHAM I1H1AMY.
A .SoilalJ'Ciuntloii Which .Shocked tho Ut-
ile) Tum n or W ills Volnt.
I Wills l'olnter.1
The Eoelnl circle ofWllls Point was
thrown into commotion las-t Motulay
by tho arrest of Mr. J. S. Hrlghaiu on
u charge of bigamy made by Mrs. E.
J:. Hrihuui of Is'cbrnskn. Tho said
.1. S. Urlghnm waa also arrested on
tlte charge of adultery ns as also
the Woman Whoso nnmo 'is Cunle
A. Hryant whom he has been living
with and claiming as ht'j Wife. Mr.
Brighton came to (ids place near
eighteen months ago and ha& been en-
gaged In the cjttlo buslne and has
commanded the respect of tmr people
fclnce he came here. AVedneaday
morning the bigamy case was
taken up before Kbtpiiro Yan-
tls and tho facts ill the
cfl-ie as elfoltcd are about as
fedlowsi In the year ISTe'i ho was mar-
ried to this Mrs. E. E. Brigham Hi the
t-tate of Nebraska v tth whom ho lived
until 1SS0 AVlien ho disposed of his ef-
fects left his wife with her Undo and
decampul with this womun 'Carrie
Brvant. who bud movlnusiv lircn n
servant in his family. Brlghtii was 1
uii-io-uo in reeonisKit anil is
well connected. He was llrst
heard ot tit Gainesville In tills
state from thero lie was traced to
tills place. Hero lie has introduced
tho woman lie was living with as his
wife and tho day after arriving heio
ho had u child to die. Dining the
month of January last another child
was born to them. His former or
legal wife and her uncle Buv. Mr.
Luelllng were present upon
Iho trial and testified to the
former marriage ami his de-
sertion mid to tht. IdeUtllleation of
Cnrrie Br.vnnt Iihgbiiin had tw'o
ehlkiica by his flnt wifo who Is ti
very Intelligent mid preioHisAltiK
liuly. Tlfeto Beams to be iu venom
tllsplnyed hi thy proseeuUon but u Ao
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4.jinc-xo-pDu tii a imiininirF50rc-;cry n" jj" ju "
Tituublesonu in its nature aminlng lrf?Usgift hearing M ol the
Also along tliftjplne for collar galls. V "l "'-e miu !"." ".'SHiJy l"uw
u mn -in
Tho lecturer Introduced a HwIjoko
for tlio purpose of illustration aiid said-
"In uxnmlng horses for roundW i
Is nccessarv to proceed In a syticiui)ilQ
niMtucr. Hl-Jown method wastri beRln
upon the left side or tho animal nm
tril dilating Hand looking at the In-
side for the rose pink t'olor Milch N
the healthy comrttlon. Jf tj.e animal
18 fiUIIorilUr from llliv cnlnrrlml nf I'. tl...
you will observe that the nostril Is iu-J
llamed. Then yen extmifno the red
it .-iiiuruiic) io seo it H (13 free from
ulcerated spots. If there Is any doubt
whether tho animal Is Millcrlng from
glanders by holding a llihted candle
you can seo u consideniblidlslanco tin.
1 hen after examining this thorough-
ly open tho mouth nijil leiok at the
tongue to see If It Is tlltVe and in per-
fect condition. Then pass the hainl
down on tho lower jaw and examlno It
to see that tliere are no tumors in the
b.ick pait tumors there Indicate
glanders ami a ilieeu&o called distemp-
er which is' tmlte common ttmoilKst
tho left eye to observe whether the
pupil responds wi:h action of light
anil if it does it is healthy. To deter-
mine that you place u hat or some-
thing of that description oVer the eve
and tho pupil will dilate and after Its
removal the action of light will cause
the pupil to contract. Then tho eye
should present n clear appearance. Jf
it has a cloudy or hazy appearance
with n facum over It it is not in a
healthy condition. It will also be ob-
served of an eye in an unhealthy con-
dition that thero Is generally weeping
or ilow of tears over the side of the
face. You must examine the noil to
see If poll ovil exists. Tho Jugular
yelif Bbould also bo examined to see
whelherlt exists because from erro
rless treatment from irritallnir tho
veinund caii less (.b. ding It becomes
inflamed and aftei thpiie- of in-
Ilanimatlon has run Uh umr t be-
comes obliterated ntUl tlic H. id ii tjjr-
ried backirom the head by tin sinidh-r
veins. When tlusveiu becomes ob-
lltctated. If yoM turn tlio hoie- out to
paattne the head - 111 sWVd m Then
yrnt phs tho hnnd nlonir th back to-
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i m niu ui v.MiiiiiiuiiK Ull IIIOWUV
whj imiraoii'i naiujii . uusere sun
Tlu'H in ptoeeeeiing to pnmtue tin'
Ksouire Vaulislteld thfl deuMintiut-to I brcel mi!i! i nut
tiiinuv lliv I '.'...'-- -..;'- . "Wffsjfc-aJi
fore Kg llrst of all vou e-uintu the mil mtuosumpr ioau 101': np cijkww ttttoi no.
1 oueiTY r.Norsicint.
Vo nro authorized to nnnouneo J. J. Knne
iandldatc for city engineer nt tho ensuo-Clictloa
Itmid of Ilnpe.
members and friends of Iho Hand ot
He aro iciiutated to meot nt tho rending
.-Niuininy .1 ii.in. itcguinr meoiiug
Dl. f. U1IANT
try fNituiday nflernoou
IV. C. T. U.
theW. C. T. IT. rtlll hold their recular
lliiK-. every Tueiday nt 3 o'clock pm at
room over Jlax Elser'H old stand.
end and nl
the ladles aro rci
pu our one.
mi. A. A JoiihsoN Sccrotnry.
quested to attend and aid
MllS. T. J. Ji.NNINeis
Mill For Sale.
Hie Buckeye Mills. Henrietta.
xas. ate oflered for sale at a banraln
Id on liberal terms. Three -12-inch
rrs one 20-lnch nilddllngh burr
ir20-feet leels fiepaiator smutter
ush machine Hour mcker etc.
tckeye onglno 12 by 21. Double
tteiUteellioller. 55 dues buildlmr.
ir stories engine room one story nil
'lie. an maeninerv new when mint.
'juite three years since. All
equipments lli-ht-class and ar-
Pgenientu convenient. Ino hand-
I"? of wheat by hand after
img discharged from wagon on out-
le into tlie scale hopper. Tills is
thout doubt tlmhe.it mill in north-
st Texas and is situated In tho
art of the grain region of the Eed
it vauey. Tlio owner lor private
fisons wislies to dispose of it as soon
Ilitsuettinl nont. mid belnw ita real
lue. 1'artlM wlfthiiicr to nuike this
Qdoflin Itivruatitintit. fnimnt. eln liot-
rtban to Investigate tills property at
and if not oxnetlv as lonreentetl
owlll pay nil expenses. For further
TCX.VS iNVEbl'MENT COMPANY
w-iMt&w Fort Worth Texas.
Tlie Great Southern Kcinedj'.
vcrea scrofula rheumatism whin
""tiK gout goitro. consumptiole
Willis nervous debility malaria
Jail diseases of a kindled nature
sing from an Impure condition of
SWoOel. Tlvarulnlttf rii-.ui Tinu lionn
W.Ufe. Read this lottor.
ihavo been a great sullerer with In-
amatory rlietimatlsiii for the last
ave months. I was imluced to try
n Preparation Itosadalls and I
'Ve been greatly benellfted. My
and feet aro btlll enlarged but
to much better that I want to
uue taking the RDsadal Is.
Mits. M. Y. DaKCE
Se building known as Cassidy e&
w n ' iveuuu eiueii mii u mu
"- viptton wiioon. win no rcnteu
taS'ilriA.. ..i.. . 1.. ... 1." -..1...
goodnverngo noithwest Texas
:r 'eiiuc oeiiveieu unywuero 111
Ss' at W-W per head. Will put 11
."0I1 Mfl-i nliiua A i.iti- nt nnci'.
mt Texas' Ixvistmknt Co.
B Sheep for Snlc.
hfadof rtno Texas raised ewes
iVS1- Call at tho branch office of
iidnV?.3 investment Company Colo-
re Texas. M-tf
GalnesYillo Hack Line.
iS&AmOff HnA ... M n t.AM. llnA HA.
I.PAU-ihom nniffJtilnPKvmc. Tho hack
i!:.wtloro nt 9 a. ni. lmtnedintely
wT? rrivai of the cost bound Texas and
r train n.... ... siAi......itt.i .. o.
r thi t "i?""c fi'." ' t."" " 7'k'
faliouleier for sweeny which Is n wast-
ing of lho-mu-cles ( ' he ihouldtr. If
the wasting has protiedni t imy very
TUB ACTION OK TIIK SIIOULDKU
is plainly visible and it is often
.thfuglit by casual observers that the
shjulder is out of johit. After examin-
in .the shoulder examine tho
elbow to ice if the condition
called cupped elbow exists. It
does not interfere with tlio liorsii's
usefulness but loeiks uuly. Then naM
tlio hand down in front of tlio leg. If
white baits are found upoWtho knee
that indicates that the animal lias been
down some time or other and is per-
haps a stumbler. Passing the hand
down examine with the lingers tho
inside of the leg for splints. Then ex-
amine the fetlock for ringbone com-
paring both feet if there Is any doubt
about its existeuce. There are two
ilexiblo plates of cartillago around the
heels which sometimes become dis-
eased in a condition called sidebone
which must not bo confused
with ringbone one being a disease of
the bone the other of the cartillage.
If the plates aro ilexiblo they are in a
healthy condition. The hoof should
next bo examined for sand-crack tho
bottom portion of it in cleft of the
frog for thrush. Thrush Ls a excuse
of tlio sensitive structure above. Then
it is well to have a look at the limb
from shoulder to foot to seo If tho joiuts
are in their nattind position and that
the animal does not stand over either
at the knee or at the fetlock llnvhur
done so you turn your back to tho an-
imal's heatl and examine the back ten-
sions of the leg. On a well-bred ani-
mal thev bhow almost as plainly as If
the skin was removed. Then feel to
see if the outlines aro smooth and that
there ate no lumps upon them. Lumps
uiion them would indicate sprain at
some previous time. After examining
the fore leg in this manner pass your
hand over the chest the part from the
shoulder back to the end of tho 1 lbs.
Then examine the abdominal cavity to
.-eo ifa lunturo exists. So far as
Tin: ai:si:iiAr. vsnri'LNias
of the animal is concerneti rupture
unless it ls a very large one.' eloes not
tnf..ii-..i. with their everv-day work.
ritlll It ls not wlvNnblo to buy a rup-
tured animal. Then get an assistaut
to take up the fore leg noiuing u oy
i... e...i 'I'lm nlilwt eil tills is to throw
the weight of tho body so that It
stands firmly upon its hind legs. Then
..... t.in tin hind loir nnssluir the
hand down until you come to the
nolnt of the hock. Examine tliere for
oIlenmiKli to protect It from wet nud
cold audio give It a nice Klt reel In
handling. Then ir w'c can lnduco the
manufacturer to come right to our wool
houses and buy directly of us ho" will
be very likely Io rNe up and call us
blessed. A". Jf. i m Western Jtut'ah
What Cla!s of Sheep are Host I
q frequently get letters from par
tics who aro looking toward WiWil
growing In this portion of the North-
west. nklng as to what Wo consider
tho best kind of sheep to breed. Wo
nnvo ironi time to time given our
views but pu'rurngnln to tloau through
the column of tho Sun.
First of nil to consider ihla epicdton
with intelligence It Is of the greatest
tnportauce that an Individual Intend-
ing to enter upon wool raising to thor-
oughly understand tho capabilities of
the country In which he proposes to
locale if near a good market for mut-
ton mid feed adceiuute to carry a largo
carouvs in u thriving condition
throughout Iho year can bo depended
upon n sheep ot larger body would be
much more desirable than if the loca-
tion wn subjected to several months of
dry w cither and a corresponding
flhorleitod herbage. We need not us-
sure out readers that following a com-
pensating law of nutuiv scant feed will
only supply tvstnull eaicawjand While
In many places It would be desirable
to rake larger animals It cannot be
done with ecnnohiy forwnnt ofnsup-
nly of natural food. It nlso needs to
be thoroughly understood that money
laid out In sheep or cattle where wool
mutton or beef Is expected to pav in-
terest upon tho outlay that tho return
depend wholly upon tho steady mip
ply orsuitablo food. It Is well known
and has been demonstrated by a long
series orexperlmentsboth in thlscouu-
try and abroad that sheep will icwlnil-
lato a greater amount of dry and varied
kinds of herbage Until cattle aiid tho
small sled Meilno sheep will live and
tlnlvc where a Cotswold. or Stiuthdown
or Shropshire would starve.
If tho Hlluntlou to bo slocked has an
abunelanco of feed wo should choose a
half bred Shropshire or Cothwold ewe
collided with a full-blooded Merino
buck. If however tho locality lias
four or live months of dry weathei
which 1 educed thefced .so as to make
It Inadequate to keep up animal econ-
omy ho as to ensiue a continuous
growth of tliuwoed we should olimvso
owea of stronger Merino blood. One
point in favor of the lmlf-broel Hluop-
Miin i Cotswold ewe la the iucuwed
niollt." harnclc-i of thtatrnliPnud
lluh iL.l!li to motbiiTthilr lambs.
Tho iieremlime 01 lu rvalue! nlu!thy
Ijnlt-tiii 1! 'lurul nl'i; iHiif oil l( re 'I tl 1 M
be olKive hortl the registered sheep be
Sold on the merlW or tho partlcuUr
reffisiurm which they nro recorded
aim umi grauo sttouid bo sold for h
O ( ' f 4J
f. v .u
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lieu ranee ivtoio me craiin lurv.
Ills attornrys have carried his tflsubt
luio .luelifc Robertson on 11 will of lia-1
llOBSCorpllR W'hiuh Will t (e.tltd At 'lj-
Irr to d'i.V wutelleliiiK that In the llrst
place v.o" 1- wrouull doioircti rmd
that tin t. t new bc-'ii -a too in i.
In the case fot udtfltei v L in he mi
his woman walVeti .m xamlM " n ptu'e nfd
and urn eed to enter into bond m the n dally i.
sum of (500 for their appearance. h -foro
tlio county criminal court
Hit Hum 1 li
I'asI rutins tadK.
...U1..0 V"r orrcpomlfntA nfiti:
" hat fs tho proper ago to enstrnto
lambs ?' Jh my experletice age has
very little to do wlllt It. X have ciVt-
rateelnt nllnges from 5 infinites to $
years hud I llnd llttlodllleroncO In tho
result as far as age Iscoiieeriied. After
n gtent many trials and n goodly num.
bcroriullures uty conclusion In that
they may bo castrated as wfelv as a
pig provldtHl the Ibllowiinf 'eten'dlttoiis
nrvolisorvcd JvHostiro that teUAlWunther
! warm and then nvoliMlto' dxlrcnics
of iuolltuoAmldryucw irtho weather
Is wet IllesaicHurotOglvotroublej and
f tho air N'ery dry tho animal is
llnbhv to gangrene which Will very
soon destroy him. Juihlslidtudo!fil
deg no mln. 1 the required coinUtlousi
aro better fulfilled In tho moiith or
May. In openvtlng proceed In Ihls
way : Clip oil' tho wool from the cud '
of the bag to prevent mnttlng and clos-
ing of tho wound. Make n Hilt across
the end luttlng end test lilies at tmo
stroke. Remove them without the
tunic (or membranous covering). Hnvo
n mixture ortar and turiumtlnont huild
and apply freely both Inside ami out-
slelo the scrotum I'ttt them on i grave
jdot whero Hhailo and water nro abiin-
dant but more especially whero they
will bo safe from dtwturbanco by otkor
slock lty olvhervlng the above points
(especially legardltig sottleel wnrm
weather (no 0110 neeel Tear to go
mnongsd his lambs with his knife any
more than ho would to go Into ols pig
pen on tho banto errand.
JtnmlM have been coming pretty free-
ly .something over a hundred having
arrlveel. Some few have perished as us-
ual I orfl twin lambs have been abim-
donednnd starved f froze td death.nntl
ono dktljust because It wius n Bheep.
lhrrcpondcnt Jiural Worlti.
The High Price orTcvits Caitle.
Tliere continues a lack of enthusi-
asm and excitement In tho Texas cat-
tle trade and there Is a general feeling
among Western buyers that cattle In
Toxns have readied such n point as to
make their bundling risky. The Kort
Worth Livi: Krouic .Joiminai. how-
ever. pcndfriH in "hulling" tho market
and hunt week had this to say :
Mtnrethote(.k meolluit nt AiiNtln and tlie
wind tip of moit nil tlio Hprine lradn to tlio
Mitlinictlim or all unities o woulil lllco u
Ilk tho I'liff OilYrnt IU lllMl lllK'JllOll
l'oi4n entile. 11m lliiv lilirli
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Yim ui menllll of thoonlnlou that
. . . J i .. . ...t 1. 1 . . . . t 0 . . . f .A A
and if they ftvo-Uwii iustnsitK (n YTin '"J ' P " 11 muiKo not
ifomi fi..t lb. d. n5M.lu.n .....!. i"c B" "t .ui- hhiw mere win
iTwdihuu iiu M..r.. I. ..I.?. b uruvew Ihlu ear b.f.ii tho
W..1..1 .... ti l4t'tiwtu i over Who
' mi ... .. '. . ... .. . ..... .... tlmt onttlt w iri Loo hiu-li In
1 ne eiuinu e 1 m iin himi imn iarj.- .. T. -a. . " ;".?. " J ..i..f.JMilmiLJeiul
. .11 i ill- n iii.iiu. Mnunkiiteiiiifiiiiiri.w'i.
I'loutiit ' ...r ... ... .. ... :: .r. . "." Willi mi-ie' t
l I Kl..i l . raiVllI Ml ll'MWi v 411H IH 1IB I1IKII l ' 1
n.iuwu'cit in et .t i')iror ..... .. .n.. (.. v. .'died In.
MiM st wut . tm H.UIU- ".. . - wt. nlll t.. etiwilvn afn- .i
liuer f(iii-moKi wool e-
r?..lin' llonof them and but
.. .....i.imi3Ko irom Wuet Texwf to
justify ihtwo who won d Mitn to mv
n.eiVelght THflttllo nro eroJih
fact that WQdrlvo huutlrtili of thou-
soiies annually (o KmiHia and otheV
Nor hwesterii mmkots prnvt uK
WohHvethoriillroitds tw btit trtcrr
rolwlnvHohlgh that to islilp by rail
uik w 011 ; mo prom. eoniQ tlititU that
rates wilt be reduced during the pres-
ent year and that by next aprlniront
0 will go nhithst enllrely by rail but
there icer lalnly nppsrently no liopl
fen; this. To glvo an Idea of whht the
rates nro thai nre dcmtuidcd In this
country we will furnish some figure
.x.v.v " Meu-jHisieti gent emeu.
IroiulCagePasstoSiin Antonio. $70
n c-ir vhlch counting twenty-thrco
u l"V?tolhoCttV'nMt tll '"ost IK-r
Uendt. Krom Del Rio to Kl lW
?IIV per car an ItierciiKO In the cost
orstock tif over $? per head Counting
tils with tho cost of feeelliiK wunmls-
jlnni etc. and from eight to ton dol-
lars per henil Is Hleel on (ho original
cost of thetoclt or w hut t hoy were
worth to the owner Avhen loaded if
It Is the Intention of rallconds tu pro-
.scribe against cattle being plneekl on
their trains why let them advertise
thufact and their agents will not bo
bothered with appeals for "living
rotes" but If they want tho bnduess
tand It N hcrol all they neetl to do is to
reelnco their vates to n reaomblo
Imsls. A'eoi Antonio 0rr"y)d)i(cin'e
Vtrus Liw lyfoc Journal.
How to Count Slieep.
Col. Philip Palmer says he has ivad
with eousldenihlo aniusenieiit an ar-
ticle In the Wool Guowuu on this
subject In whKdtll was advised as a
good way to make u ehuto which
sheep could enter and escape Mnglv
and that tho counter should haven lot
of llttlorockHlnonu pocket or hand
nndvhcn each hundred was counted
change n rock to the other hand or
pocket. Col Palmer says ho has Im-
proved on this. Ho uses no chute
but drives down ono picket or stake
on tho right or left oftliu gato leading
to his pen so as to leave an opening of
two feet and oloses up tho balanco of
the space'. Tho sheep i hen puss through
this space when tho gate Is opened
without pressure or mglng generally
ono at n time and never 111010 than
two Hohtands to do tho counting
voiy close and as the animals puss
counts them. When olio hundred pass
by ho uelR's his left thumb with his
light hand holding it until 11 second
hundred has passed when he e.-
ehuugofl for tho forefinger. Tho thhd
hundred nro marked by ndxluir the
middle linger and ho on until live
hundred huvulicvu counted by pink-
ing each llnKot' on his loft baud re-
piesent ono bundled" Then nl tho
XT Mil tm
For consumption uso Halo's Honoy
of Horohound and Tar.
Training Yietous Horses.
A very simple method and an im-
provement upon tlio Rarey system of
training vicious horses was exhibited
at West Philadelphia recently and
tho manner In which some of the
wildest horses were subdued was as-
tonishing. Tho firht trial was that of
a kicking or "balking" mure which
her owner said had allowed no rider
on her back for n period at least of live
years alio became tamo in nuout as
many minutes and allowed herself to
be ridden about without a sign of her
former wildness. The means by
which tho result was accomplished
was n piece of light rope which was
passed mound tiio front Jaw of tho
mare iust above tlio tinner teeth cross
ed In her mouth theneo secured back
of tho neck. It was claimed tlmt no
hoiso will kick or jump thus seemed
and that u horso after receiving the
treatment a few times w 111 abandon
lite vicious wayu forever. A very sim-
ple method was also show n by which
a KlcKing norsc cotiiu no suoei. n
consisted In connecting the animal's
head ami tail by means of a rope fas-
tened to tho tail and then to the bit
and then drown tightly enough lo in-
cline the animal's head lo 0110 side.
This it Is claimed makes it aioiutciy
impossible for nhorao to kick 011 tho
sldoofthe rope. Alithowime exhibition
a horse which for many years had to bo
bound on the ground to bcshoil wijler-
ed the blacksmith to operate on him
without attempting to kick while fcecu-
red IirUieJnianner described. Indiana
I find in tlio Jtural from time' to
time borne vety inteicsllng arlleles 011
sheep from dill'eient men holding dif-
ferent opinions as to which Is the mos
profitable of the dill'ereiit breeds how
they should bo cared for etc. etc. I
like to Tend those articles because I
.... nitnn liMim hoincthlni! new but
VI VI. w." .--.--- w
1 -. !... j.- i. ti.. ..... i... . 1..
ih(-jiiif--ii'nLiiiJitf 111 11 ui'i mi 1 111 iiiii'ii! 1 1 - .
I... ... . .- nl- 1 .mW.. .! .. .. .Jr 'Jl' Y1"4 '". " " " "
--' t ' -' ' - 't-' " . -r. -- -(.-- l4f .lv II . tin nl. - 1 ... (. t. '
t Mile !r about the HAtue '".. '': ?x ': w:?" '""'. !
( mwu....T ... I..V ..-v M "VJ " !"'
It mu(l stanled.wlileb. to ." . '."" ' l iu"? In... l. V '! Z" T. I
. .... 1 . (. i. . ;... . r . 1 'iimiiui wiv "i uiuii.ii itm in 11 1 w up mi
repe.d .1 . nut wono often rito.l.. .... .. llft- ...n . .
t.i k aii t iiif ii tiiMl lii nitimlknl i.u ti ' ' " . . ' . . v : ay f
. . . -' .1 ..J -. - -WV - 1
.tn ..ii.! end of live hundred ho seiwmtes hlu
r.v.- .1..-. ! hnnd. and resunies thcvoiuit In Iho
. . . n..r ....- ......fc....Jill ..
vi eh ultl 1 u m n th -tl XoftJioiibi. n j' xm yK Mould not hrtllK J0I
i' . . i H M I V
W"? i!:!!!" Kf inJ H " lJ!""T.r i ? . m ??
Tho maikct for meats ofidl kinds tho
pnst year has been such anil promKes
V 1.1 ... U' junin (Jiitl n II
i. ..hUii.fii it 1 nriv m i niivfs HL'itium. ji uvi .tv
ffhitcrforo with 't 1 0 Vfulness of t.lng In print pointing out the dlller-
to bo Midi for several ycata to come as
to encourage the growing of
slieep of a better mutton
character and their being handled In
Miudlcr bands. When thlHqutulllcaUoji
can bo readily attendeel to a "toil
pound tlceco with n &5.G0 to $3.00 lamb
is tint u bad return for a half-bred Owe;
and whon two to three hundred only
aro kept so that onto can bo used In
tho feeding wintering and early lamb-
ing the interest is u llrst-rato busi-
ness hero In Wasco county whero n
few hundred ncres can bo fonewel nud
water enclosed to keep hhcIi unmll
bands without herding nud ral?e tur-
ning beets etc.. to keen them tliromch
tho winter. It is lo bo honed that our
farmers will see tho propriety of keep-
ing oven If It bo a Hindi band a few
sheep upon their farms and eat up tho
grain grown nt home lutdend of lie-
pending upon Iho sulo of 11 to the
Thero arc so many sound reasons In
favor of tho production of so thorough
n utilizer of till kinds of hurbngo und
their adaptation to our physical f-ur-roundlngs
that we feel justilled In urg-
ing every farmer who can to start ills
Httlo band or sheep -they will always
bring money the lleeco once each year
and the lamb and their .own carcass
for food Is always available for family
use. A few sheep two or threo hun-
dred nud u few hoga und fow;ls wi 1
not only supply tho househotild with
tho best living but exchange fe;r all
groceries needed and tho clothing
wanted by the family. Ono or two
hundred fleeces each year Is n product
to rely upon lo pay taxes and buy
It is with regret that wc lcain that
there are several pintles here from tho
Yellowstone and Texas looking tor
stock sheep iiiul wethers to drive there.
Wo have parted with too many already.
Wanuo County Oregon Sun.
bet-! u in (he tihlcuof l icas Wnkuow
of u NVcfleru uuwhnmu nlu within
tho imst fow weeks h.vs huuiiht I e.
k llM UkKtti
'i til .ulisttum-
. 1 hii
hishlnr his sburo
d the rams.
Other rule ntx
c!renmUnei. ftir livH
ranch Is nlso ftttttMiftd
nud tho workfiurnArLV
to fowl nud ears forilhwli
--We IihtTi novr iib
mvoiiiblo terms irlveli tl
tlomid but In ciwo'nr h?V;
hle-li i?mdn k1iIhi). have )
proportion nllowml tho vrorkit:
to be reduced to ono tltiru on
of the value of (he wool nud
crease being Mill moro vahtabjj j;
uiueumrnei. oeiug wiwewn nm 1;
man nud bpth Iree.Aiit cttMlwr
not blntllng In ny efisi. '
Tho division nrrohfremehb (W tivit
years lime on medhfwt hC'ei' H WHts
our to Ufltn pttrncs ftviug a trttfuk
oxpeili)ucod man an fcccelloiit poV-
ninny m luiviilicp III'? ihjwii
ownergelfidr liiteiw oil hut
If tho Rheep nro handled tu
near rlglt.--r.Wt WW r!
' m l"1 i"
Flockmnstetif in thojl ngk
uuiubors hav mado. flio tuh
ullowlnir their lnhilis io Wnilij I
til l(ilirii!ii-v. ivmiiiMiiiiinJlv tlf
jHSjtedly cold weather ljWlini
hnstiecn thecauo or nulolu'lfl
earliest Irtiuhs not being strotutj
to etidut'e It. riWo Jjmm
sport aro luyltcd Id jkUimu.
meeung 01 tlio ijittiuuBVi
I'lim nnu iii(voiHMtt.ouoK
Stockmen horseitnenand ttUiwtrrtot
beirllintuK. Tueseliv. An'rll lOfli Hunt
ctuitlnulng ruurdnya.' Four rati hii
tiny iiinnlng nud trotting .j$ixillorf
rntiM on nil tiio rollroatlH yoiwSso
and nil n general good tlmlsfHlun-
lsetl m 4 -
Ior fin ther luforinntlnn mWrwi
i it. HUKtaixtiv
inch o.-tr awjMwrv.
TbreO tbouSniul liail of nm
1 e uvercel anvw nero vitntu'n
oriMitWorfU nt ?'-0 1or Ufa
clasiaa follows: X60yojv W
?iO lu'iwvimiuilil ull'iTK uM(l
.'-. ''..; "--"" ".
i.m ono-ycioKt mwn imui
Wf nth ;
A KlnoUold AV?t OUo AW
A Jluo gold w'idoh will ttf v
to those of my Hubaorlbora wu will
tnko the UAwrrTKHfrom nlolfu' tho
next six mouths. Thli list Willie lbl
open for thirty diiyfc only ftoilM m
(in opportunity lo hcoiUu h (llwwlit
tho r.illle. So hautlln yoirfcfti?
befoio It Is too late PftitlmfUnset
pay up promptly or lettpw t" vfT
scnpnon i tin
.In.uii rrnn. Mill lllll'K. S(IV
tiwiiiM. inn! for boir snavin. Ho:
..:.. .l.l. li.ru f.nv harm btl
....1 1 .iilnul fi.r mad niimOS&S tllO
elisease Is often serious and trouble-
some. Then examlno for bono spavin
toward tho inside at the front of he
. "1. c....i ni.m.f tiin.n feet from the
li.m.l.ler and look from the inside of
tho hock down nud If lh "'" f."r
narllv stra Icht It is not lllteli to
"ffi Vou then ss tho hand down
the front of tho hind leg and exam no
carefully for ringbone the front leg
beifiL' pall the time. Side hones do
otoccirin the hind leg. Examine
also for thrush ami wind crack. IIu-
Ing made an examination of the left
vou nroceed to the front and examlno
thor-htfcde in exactly the saino
manner'1 The stand U nd tho
home a few yarus an 1 . --
tlon or tne iiiniieieiuii;i "--
og spa- price wool after being cleansed In po-
tin an portion to weight of carcass with the
east amount of dirt and grease must
he tho honest fleece. Now If honesty
1.. n.. i.nui ..nii.iv which I bellove is
BiuBuw-r-r. ..;..( ti
Tiiwer. hi ki t" i
kind of wool V I think moat 0 join uawn Mll m nnfmnl shoulel bo pur
zH9 to mnnNt t Whlii'ioro w
"Ma bound truln. Para mmIi way. tl 35.
ifeH'e5' rfour waKons. bug-
iiii;r veuiciva iu--v
.ywing gentle horee sound nud
"inoZifruW of'tic. cars about 0
.K-ars old. nuri n.j.tii. 15 hands
yeaAlngs in Missouri for gift to Hiv.'XLTn.l ia.fi.T.i
Wo aroalways glad to hear or ronh- Tf1"1 "SfS '
men making money und linvq no du- "i"'0 "V"W"'
nlro to bear the maikct nor do wo
wUU to lead buyers astray. That
prices are high as (juoteel now In Texas
is easily demonstrated. We will hike
11 yearling at $11 und drive him west
nud by the time hugeU to his destina-
tion ho will hnvo cewt $1.1 now udd
i1. 10 for Interest on tlio money In-
vested nud fl for his keeping ono
year say live per ouitt. for
los-.es 75 cents per hi'iid making
his cost at two years old on tho range
$18.1') and at three years old he will
hnvo cost 521.1JU on the range niuicr in-
voinbleelrcunistnnccs. Now Ida height
nito and feed may bo safely put at
$7.00 making his cosUumuikcli.lSO.
If he wclghsiMKI pouudson tho market
wlilcli. Ihh l'oixI weli-lil. mid sell (it
j;i.50 ier ewt. which Is 11 good lrjt'
lor nverogo 'ioxas lie will reniii'e
'1150 or a profit of only faUd afier
wallliiK twoycarrf and under the most
fitvitrnbloelrciimstanceH. Tici ils evry
The shipment of tho year 1881 hnvo
commenced in earnest and sheep of
nil gindcs and breeds will bo ollercel
for "ale. The Texas flockmasterH will
see many a Hock of sheep ollercel feir
sulo as thoroughbred nnlmals which
are thoroughbreds and muuy may be
olleredas such which have but vpry
itm.. ni.i in flu. flfli' Iii reirard to
tho case would 'it not be to our Inter- j tl) H.(irces of sheen no man's won!
est. mower wooi Biuni ' h"" ----1 lotiiei 00 uuten uinei ohim.wiiv v
. .... - u iii rl.rl.f liere somo
Jo 1 wiilawitch otj'on ldo track : a nil
Ly I want n sheep whow lleeco youW
chiised'as registered in any register un-
less the party selling can fully sub-
ui.n.itlatolilsstiilenieuta by tho elocu-
clcanso eight poundH. (o coiituln 1 oil . icnlury evidence. The reglstrntlon
und dirt enough to bring It up to thlr- L njJ unmnHB not worth talking about
lor mm """"' If IMk to 00 reUISlCreil Ul KOIIIU iuhuu
iimi. fr nm nedtirreo Is worth any
thing then thorecord Is tho vnhiabin
tiart of it and without the acceptance
a.. .. rtx twiimim.
wool buyer who is buying on coininl.
' ..ifl ..nt .lnnlf mO IHUcll 01 UC-
..'.ir a. ...wl llrt.. NOW tllU U I ' " ii. ...V nfll.. r.(rllnill01l COmtllit-
couih i (ii.v..- ;.".. .i i n.iiiL- IV" "'". '"v "v. r...Y. .....i
ien.ui uvi .. i t.e or in qeriiiicniu ui im- nw v.m.j
IUfc"J":. ". iw.: in t tin enel. m... . ;...;i ; riVTi r Dm Hock and tho
1 .'oin tlie tlmt volume of tho ' 0 or the fcellcr thoUIffloulllw
Ameilcan Merino Sheep HegMer rovig tlio fitntcments ncceptwl
i 11.... n.v tun 11 1 11111 nun icin -
liiiHieju ; v """---:i..t ti.e xn Ueverul heavy leeces reiKirieu Vc? ihy tho buyer may no muiiu v v ...-
whether It. Is him ed so that 1 mp I yevtrm nt thWyflvo to for- ' 1rill0lintIible. The buyer must
ononoMilolsitesuini 11 . "' ouds. Now ir tho owmers o cnrt.fui when ho buys a pceii- remedy I
other side nud tho animal 1 said to tic ty four y tho .egi.t of .elr 0 CU1I buy hcep on tho ftiinv
nnws-is-Tiinim'. ih"?.i"..L .fir liiliie: ceauscd.lt h '-iia mid if not Juelge can. n need im
'""" - . lllimt; llUVtrfi f. ye m ...i.i iu imwih' w.- -. T . .v;
Tt. .rniv horses it IsndvlsnblotomnKe 1 - j KiVL.Wool growers at large wiw M ure llje erviCK or 11 iwucr pi-
n cnrorul examination of the urhio- JXg to Iniprovo their locks a nan (lmn lIin!r I : whei o
ileuitntorg-ans Thero Is a very trouble-1 gter opportunity to totlm to the j kfi f(rtt.Ur( t0 Uo cstaWWiiiientpf
fcnm illboilecultar to thOTO nnlmals. vXn of inld heavy sheailngshtep. I tj0I0UK brcl Hock be it ever so
eonHlalKr1 a tumor homctimes or linuch whether tRc hcavtejt hIlIrt )&earcf of cjWtJw
!nt.iimlile extent n collection of e """V licecw Jfftcr being clenw-ert he uaup ktiro he is on the right
rVS?1.1?-. ... .b J n .'stance in which Ih?L' ftii ove?nine nonmli. F or a J S wl 10 may Und a grade win to be
......nro iin unL iiui;i;Daj.j ----t". . fiirrv-iivu uu"." -- " '
."rl?.. .. '.ri.r.unftho animal but i ""At .vit not make one
thev nro unsightly and will Interfere . 'require a great ninunut 1
"Y-l ?c.ri bHavln2 then exnm ned ; 0 k D thom u NpiV-
""'".r. il- nvir tho nitlntai r.v.: ii..i.A in freeze to death m un . without the ftiwn-u.
t nwe parw -' riP to seclf nuy- "?.i 'ii.i Havlm.' been breeeler ..... fetlUtnbloK
tSffiK bee sed ver. ' &d daior hi'flne I.oi. more .or ! briVg '.hJc to Texas wi
tui"k.. rtX Y.Aimr.ls wind. Tt is ' .i ihi. thlrtv vcivre. 1 will Bl-M "' fnin.lobuslnew nnd
well to let tlio animal lwvo u little hay. ' "pium us to wHlcb l the
in imo ca"es of heaves there nro var - - Os"lIir0(Uublo bheep und the
llJTu whloh are given to nl- m0i the pnwr ilevce . Fire
Jay thb wniirtbins temiHinirlly. v " co ; itutlon. Then tie
ffiKin omiifv the heaves i"Bmtof iolIK fine wrjl w
of cloth. ! ...!. i.. i iut.rnnerlv tatrucel. corrts
- ' ! lllllll . Lllltli 4V l "' '- .- -- ' a . a ..
Qf extra 1 ...a n wm the record or ccrtiucine
thin all. i KJ fbe ho may Hud ho Inu the pedi-
ini . rr. without the ftiiunai.
" 1 a until ill ininiii Ln . . - .
nrosneet of u lower beef miiikot this
year than last and with good crops or
grass ami corn hihi iowit miiui-.i ihh.v
bo looked for In 1SS1. Kvciy thing has
stimulated tho raising und rattening
or cnttlu the past two yenrs and tho ro
colptB upon tho leading inurkets this
Kiiiniiiei' nnd fall nromlsu to fatiriiass
anything tho tmdo has overseen. The
entire west is ropiuiy increuninK ii"
jiumber or cattle nnd Texas no Iopgor
controls tho supply of "Jonghorii8.
J f cnttlu nro not high why Is U that
nearly evory other ranch In. the West
Ih for Halo.' L'nlllo nro hlult and illileieS
tho beer uinrket holds up Iho coming
drive will not bo so nieceasful us last
year. Tho prollt lit tho future must be
In tho ntlHtmr of the calves nud the
li 1 we ifindiiitllv decline its Western
ranchmen mo steadily Increasing their
crop orcnlvcs nud will not euro to pay
tho naked mr prices mr entile In Texas
ror driving pilrioseH.--ru Vlty
J 'rice Current
Tlio Crc of Slieep.
Tho lnrvie oftho Bheep Gad-J'ly( Ow-
trte ovlu) will soon commence their ex-
it. Jr tlio sheep nru noticed lo cough
und ncc70 more than usual this
trouble may bo suspected und tho de-
tection or small grulw or inaggots
crawling down tho nostrils or in the
mucous discharged may bo taken ns
sure evidence. The blowing of tobac-
co smoke up the nostrils through 11
pipe Is said to racllitutu their exit.
Tho lung worms of ultocp cem to
bo growing more and moro common.
Ituflects Inmbs oftho llrst year more
frequently than older sheep mid Ita
i.r.uiin u iiiillcaleil bv uenkms
diarrhoea coughing tho coming oil of
tho wool in patches nnd the Plo "t
or tho skin and or tlm munlos Jnem-
brnnco In tho mouth and iiwtrli
whence tho popular mum of jiolo dis-
ease or paper-skin Tho worms mu-
tuiu in tnucany Hpnng.i .v.
coughed tit) or ehe kill tlienublect. T he
thorouKi iiuiugnuiiB wiiii
of sulphur Iho hheep be ng
close room whero roil brim
stone Is burned the operator unying
With them 10 IM? SUru invy m iiv H"
Vcnrllng pigs and italvcrt nro bwimhI
times airectcd with the wnuo imravlto.
Jl uckeyc Shejthml In J-arm and Jure
"What Crauijm Hie Shipment of Slock."
"What eratniMt the shipment of stotk
by rail in Western Texas?" aslwj U
u'cntleman just from Chicago of tho
reprcsentntlvo pf tho BrwK Jot'ltNAi..
Thero aro pinny iiuvhiijh
this section wlto Jinvo invcstigau't1
uujuimiiTryiiing in memory
11 innwr -ii uve nun-
iilili'i wfei-K i'N' lig-
1 1 1. ti ic Ii&a ...uu 1
... .... ...- ..- n w.r.- ..
Uir eu'b thvi 1; it
bn oreurnt U !" in1 i
Ol Die little' Mull' 'i J1.11 h
th pr m in 1 iu i ) 1 1 1 a
luleW 1 lt Mbl numb' 1 Ih l !')
and tlui gus In in. eiu uinl
und in ft e.ly mhorl. Uuau UtQ 1
of imlmalA hi nnv fdliirlli tlrtelc.
The phm tirffi .1 l tlu'WtHr.
Hltiwn. uf uiitt.lhu cm-It hundjed J
eiiik-l 1 v lijii.iiirutfflft l that
lllsat TOtHhi i.l-il M'IMil inI I iU-
lietii. &WI -i'i-
In tlui lust lsstto or tVto .AutiVi't
edltoilalrercrcnco was innihv.lo .the
htntement or Cant. .1. 1). Keed tlmt It
would no iiuprncticnoiu to uavei um
enstern trail on nccoiiut or fiMico b-
fctrtictioiis. Ah "westward tho slur of
empire takes lis wny" the day is nov
farillstant when llio sumo obitiue-
tloiui will nilsoon what is known us
thu" western tiall" along wliloh so
umny cattle have tinvoled unwitting-
ly to tho sbutuhterhouHC and to be
exehnnged Tor gold nnd tdlver uivl lo
Ull the coders of tin. Tomih slen-knUili-Hut
the "western tnill'Ms not coed
yet. Fi om here U) Keirvllle thonctJ
to Coleman City thence to Albany Jn
Bhackclfmd couilly mid theneo Id or
tip.-ir Grlilln somo ohstrucllons nro on
countered nud the grentchl nro found
between tills city und theHnuKaba
liver u dlslunuo or about one humlii'd
tiiuj thirty miles. J'rom tint Han tin hi)
on lo tho points or ilf-stliintion In tin
limthwcut the Way may bo saltl to li
clear tlrass Is growing nipldly notf
ami will bo good by (bo time cut!
1110 well under wny which Will bo u
much bofiiro tho latter part or April
S'm Antonio Corrtfjwulnicc T
Live Stock Journal
. . . -
r'hurconl Is hliflilv recommended
n pioveiillvo of disease in sheep in-Hn j
1111 Knghsh piunpldet tlio followlorj
reclpo lot- Uh use iippt-ars : The. clittr-1
conl should Im given mixed with tm
fooel oxccid In urgent cases when it
may bo mixed In wider or thlu gruel
niiil given as it drench The eloc Is
... . I..I A.. ...u.a lrT . I. !... daAlllkllLi
OIIO pill ll every t iiuevp wi umiwi
Ono quarter pint per lieael fgr filH
grown entile orhoises; hitlfthC-iiunu-tlty
ror young cuttlorid twotca-
ApoonfulH to ono dorrt npoonfiil for
young cnlvi-s dully when wiiHvrlng
?rm iWui.niln nrrt 11 1 fOllli Oil. TO
keep in good hctdih and rorliry ngnlnsl
disease U' dine should bo K'lvcu two
or thriv time per week iieconilJig to
thH'laWrroeHlthoy aro hiivlng niul
thtt tnte of the atmosphere. -7Vc-
01 fell their ehnnce. ?' r .
r ''f. "iv .-
fUUI lUt W:llnBV W
Wi '.'' MH''V''i
v .-.' A-m
luit.i it. fliMWtmL... ivotil.
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r i.ih. ifitei3
iJr 'z.TajriiP7" ji '
ii-i tit iwurujud J'-wrfkJft
iint .si. .
Itlbp If it
oMiWJ V k
t....Wt'.V.(...i A i I
iiuinriuiu nil - c
m itridtt jSifiOi
J ' g f k Mi
i X ! 1?aJ: M ?'iH
1)1 .'v f.L&JS-nt v '
Worth. '? ww.tf
will I ii'h iiiiPKtlon from ujstaud point of dl-
bwtIiu furnish everything necessary to Wen- t Vclf-Jiitrcnt. and the. principal
one that wnub tabllnh the ehpr- iia;iK;cntfeclded to he exhoi
t good i".y "i?YhoaiilmaUoIIereUand It Ku Via t cxaotlonii front rallronds.
Ith just eciually for their protection us ioriuviThu uUwl arc hfro-thv country i
Iiiflflliiniulloii r tlio Udder hi Sheep.
This disease is caused by exposure o
colelrulliri. cooling oil' too quick after
excrelMi lying on fold wet ground
nnd h'Hvlng the milk too Jong in tho
bug. Tlio symptoms m the dlwnMJ nro
full nud often Miked ling fvcrlslMHt4
nnd In fcovero chch ijulckeucel breath-
ing stoppage of urlnotrJWittVenwi ad
Iniuciiii nUcildisilbyidilvcfUig. Tin;
dlDCiiso genernlly result) in tho lorn of
tho bug and not unfrpijuently wittily.
Jn mild cases ruh tho bag quite lively
With n wwik ointment of Iodine or
cfimphorateel stilrits nnd mlllc three
tliitui dnliy rubbing well. Tho follow-
ing prexcrlptlon Ih rci'oiutiK'nded.fW
suWo caws: lhiin wilts S ounce
ginger 1 drachm to be given in wntet
nnd repeated dally. Jt lurtM well to
Inject into tho udder ft wdution ofcar-
Iwnato orwda which however ?u"t1
bo milked out. V ft- Yrlnarj
fiheeB m Share.
The Wool. OhowkkJihA been rmJcivIi
nevcral tfmtm of lnt6 to give OiH rule ro-
guid tig the ttrrongemoni wih-i joikb .
Sro put put vk jrtiarrt. We o not Wb h
to wMutne y rwiAwnlWlhy in thw
nor do We iiiftumu t I t;lt Jo Pk
wiUioiltlvfly nil th uhject bdt
answer to tho sulerlers who Iwvn
nsked. would ktato that wlier one t nan
rurnishea thb sheep nud tho other tl e
ranch reed utor nnu v uii..r v.
;.... .i...c UJ Vunu-ii U to divide
"."y". ".'.?.:. .7'.:. z.i.utrnif
tlio wool win iiwiiiuww-t3' -:
hue tewiiwrily vMafcJ
will cure nil ItJndH of utd
; inlummd or"ooHtradtd-
llllMllf. llllMBM lir I
by c; W. Jlurfttdidl. 1 !W dfd Jw
Olonn'fl Bulphur Soup for di-ew
A warrsnled cure lor Bll f?f
csutceJb); roclsrlal poltwiw l
blood such n Chills fi4
Fever and Ague Sun rt'iv tkwj
and Masked Afluo iMrdiy ton
SlnMno Chills InlffmHlenl HHH
lent OIHoiu Mi H other lwr
caused b miliaria. II Is ffto Hw
jalKt and bl euro ler itert
Spleen (Foyer Cake) CewK -iy
and pctiodle NetindfitL '- "
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