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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898
Best Line TO Indianapolis , Cincinnati —AND THE- — South . OITY TICKET OFFICE ; g $ g Cit »» K STRICT , - C « 8 «« 4 * . SHY PAY MONEYS ; OT COST TOB ONE CENT to secure a OLID GOLD hid Carbon DIAMOND ISO , here Illustrated . Similar Iwilog ngs could not be bought of any Jeweler for ¦ a than 826 . Do you went one for nothing nt a few noun of jour spare time ? Wo lsh to enlarge tho sale of our celebrated nique norelty now on the market . and In rdcr to do so , we agree upon recelntjjwyour amc and address only , to Mud youjvnty sses of the Perfume . WHICH YOU ; CAN EU , AT ? IVE CENTS PER CASE In a J it asking you one cent In adranoe . When au hare sold the SO cues at 6 c . per case , len remit us One Dollar and we SEND OU AS A FREE PRESENT FOR YOUR ROUBLE THE HANDSOME RINQ deWo tahe all risk . The most liberal oner ertr hoard of . Simply send your name and address ft wo forward you the Per * fumeryatoaccFEUSIAtl IKIUTJIEKY CO . J lVnrrenSl . KowYork . FARMIEHfi up If on U tlds U . sub...
The Markets [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898
The Markets Live Stock flarket Cattle-Quotations were as follows : Fancy native steers , 1500 @ 1700 lbs .. $ 5 . 35 © u . C 0 Choice to extra steers , 1300 @ 1500 ii jg 5 ; lD ( G 0 . &lt;&gt; J Good Yo . chbice ^ eers , , 1200 @ 1500 46 o 5 j 52 B lr-nt niaiii steers , 13 u 0 @ i 6 ( i 6 lbs .... 4 . 40 @ 4 . S 5 Poor o fair steers , 900 @ 1200 lbs ... »¦ « Common butchers steers . •••••••••• 3- ««« Good to choice cows and heifers .. 3 . 40 @ 4 . 40 Fair to good cows and heifers g ^ Poor to good canning cows ........ J . 60 @ 2 . 50 qtookera and feeders , 700 @ 1100 lbs .. 3 . 25 @ 4 . 25 Native vert cSves , 1000400 lbs .... 4 . 00 | . Export bulls •¦•••¦ oSffi Feeding and bologna bulls 2 . 5003 . 25 Wisconsin cattle- 0 7 IMJ , 3 25 Best cows * K Fair to good cows i S ? 50 ? Sr n s S C 0 WS -::::::::::::::::: -ISio S ! , f f S 2 . 25 @ 3 . 10 5 1 * 3 . 00 @ 3 . 75 2 * , e / :::::::: 4 . oo @ o . i ; o Stoekers ( 456 - to 700 lbs ) iTOMJj • Feeders ( 750 to 950 lbs ...
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW Receipts To-Day , 9 , 000 Cattle , 45 ,- 000 Hogs , 12 , 000 Sheep Common Cattle Steady , Others 10 c Higher Hog Market Opened Strong , Closing 5 to ioc Lower . Sheep Market Active CATTLE Thursday Jan . 6 , 1898 . The receipts of cattle up to the present time this week will be ahout 42 ,- 300 against 39 , 831 for the corresponding time last week . Last weeks total receipts were 42 , 861 against 40 , 390 in 1897 and 40 , 333 in 1890 . We had a good close to the trade last week , the run being light on Friday , and everything was cleaned up at about steady prices with Thursdays close . Monday we had a moderate run again , 14 , 530 , and as the trade expected a good many more it gave a sharp edge to the market and prices advanced on all desirable stuff 10 cents per hundredweight . Tuesday with 4 , 806 there was a good demand for cattle weighing 1 , 350 and upwards , but the trade on cattle below that weight was very slow , and although about everything was closed out ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898
Trappers and Hunters Market Report BEAR . Black-Man ., N . W . Ty ., B . 0 . and Alaska .... Brown- , ! .... Cuba— .... Black—Mont ., Ida ., Wash , and N . p . Coast ... • Ool , Wyo ., Utah , Ore . and O . P . Coast Brown—From the above sections Cubs Grizzly—Perfect , according to color BEAVER . Man ., N . W . Ty ., B . C . and Alaska Cubs from these sections . 60-2 . 00 Clean handled , per lb 3 . 00-3 . 60 Ore .. Wash , and Cascade Mts \ Mont ., Dak ., Neb , Col ., Wy ., Ida ., TJtah &amp; Nev . j Cubs from these sections 50-2 . 00 Clean handled , per lb 3 . 00-3 . 50 OTTER . Man ., N . W . Ty ., B . 0 . aud similar Mont .. Ida ., Wash , and N . P . Coast &gt; Dak ., oTeb ., Col ., Wy ., Utah . Ore . &amp; 0 . P . Coast J LYNX . Northern and Northwestern Central Western and Pacific Coast WILD CAT . Northern and Northwestern Central Western and Pacific Coast WOLF-TIMBER . Northern and Northwestern Central Western and Pacific Coast WOLF-FBAIB 1 E . Northern an...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898
1 GE PLOWS WfcuMSSa PATFNTS MO *! or EVEBT St RETURNED ¦ niuniu 8 oarelies free . W-lto for details . Collamer A , Co ., ( Kegistorod ) , 102 U V . St ., Wash ., D . O . FIRE-WEATHER-LIGHTNING PROOF Black , painted or galvanized metal RUOFINGt and siding ; ( brick , rocked or corrugated ) METAL CEILINGS AND SIDE WALLS , a Write for Cntnlomie . lK . \ . \ . ! IKTAI , € Kll . lMi Wl ) IIOOKIMi ( JU . 1 bld , lhlladelplU » WINS PUMPS PEKPECTED .-JcrklnK , breaking pump , mill , lifting platform , prevented by Spring . Hills last longer . Pay after trial . Agents wanted . -tEQIS MFG . CO ., Muishalltown , Iowst . fLLK J For Sale at Low Prices and J . • On Easy Terms . * i The Illinois Central Railroad Company I offers for sate on eaay terms and at low I prices , 150 , 000 acres of ph &gt; fce fruit , garI denlng , farm and erasing lands located in | SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 9 They are also largely interested In , and # * call special attention to the 000 , 000 acres * • of land In the ...
Chess [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898
Chess SOLUTIONS . PROB . NO . 87 , BY M . LISSNER . _ 1 R-SG , SxR ; 2 B-B 6 . If 1 ... P-B 5 ; 2 RQ 6 ch . If 1 .., K-Q 4 ; 2 B-BG ch . Solved by H . J . Hiitson , Fruitland , N . Y . ; R . Monrad , Chicago ; Otto Wurzburg , Grand Rapids , Mich . END GAME NO . 16 , BY NELSON HALD : White , 3 pieces ; K at KS 3 , R-QS 7 , P-KRG . Black , 2 pieces : K at Q 4 , R-QR 8 . 8 ; IRC ; 7 P ; 3 k 4 ; 8 ; GK 1 ; 8 ; r 7 . AVhite announces mate in 28 moves . We have not seen Mr . Haiti s solution ; but G . A . Lhommede , of Chicago , has sent us the following analysis to defeat the announcement . 1 P-K 7 K-KS 16 K-B 6 K-U 5 2 K-S 4 , K-B 3 17 K-K 6 K-KS 3 R-KB 7 K-Q 3 18 K-S 4 ch K-Q 6 4 K-SS K-K 3 19 K-K 5 K-K 6 SR-R 7 K-Q 4 20 R-S 3 cU K-Q 7 6 K-S 6 K-Q 5 21 K-K 4 K-B 7 7 K-S 7 R-S 8 ch 22 R-Q 3 K-S 7 8 K-B 8 R-B 8 ch 23 K-Q 4 K-B 7 9 K-S 8 R-S 8 ch 24 K-B 4 K-S 7 10 R-S 7 R-QR 8 ! 25 R-Q 2 ch K-B 8 11 P-R 8 ( Q ) R-Rl ch 26 K-B 3 K-S 8 12 K-R 7 RxQ 27 R-K 2 K-R 8 13 KxR K-KS 28 K-S 3 K-S 8 ...
Checkers . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898
Checkers . All subscriptions , renewals , etc ., on acconnt of checks an . phould be addressed to CHECKER EDITOR . Oanira , problems , etc ., gladly examined . THE NUMBERED BOARD . The imrtmfi always occupy the squares from 1 to II ! n lutiive , and the whites the squares from 21 to 88 Im elusive . The player who has blacks In the first gams should take whites in the second , and so on , becoming accustomed to either color , and to reading the numbers from either side of the board . I GAME NO . 10 .-FIFB . From Lees Guide . McCulloch beat MoCall . 11-15 15-18 4-8 3-10 ( c ) 11-15 23-19 25—22 31-27 13—19 28-24 9—14 18-25 8-12 6-13 22-26 22-17 29-22 27-23 23-18 6-2 5—9 ( a ) 10-14 7—10 10-14 15-18 17-13 21-17 24-20 18-9 2-6 14 _ 18 14-18 2-7 ( b ) 13-17 10-14 19-16 27-23 17-14 9-6 - 6-10 12—19 18-27 10-17 1—10 14-17 26-23 32-23 21-14 5-1 10-14 19—26 8—11 7—10 ( c ) 17—22 white 30— 5 23—19 14— 7 1—6 wins . NOTES . ( a ) This gives the name to the opening . ( b ) R . Martins played 11-1...
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898
WHEN OTHERS FAIL CONSULT DOCTOR SWEANY , For the speedy and permanent cure of . ill NERVOUS , CHRONIC AND PRIVATE Diseases , oven in their most nKtrravated forms . There is no one man in tho world who has performed so many permanent cures in both Men ana Women of troubles which other physicians of acknowledged ability had iilvon up as hopeless as this eminent SPECIALIST . Nothing battles his keen perception , his unerring diaxnosis , nor his marvelous professional abilities , resultlnu from many years of experience . TOUSG MEN suffering from any of the many ailments resulting from Indiscretions or youth or men of luuturor years suffering from excesses of any kind should consult him without delay , place themselves under Ills treatment ami have lost • strength , manly vigor ami confidence restored . UUCilTEr if you cannot call , a letter WW IXI I Km carefully describing your symptoms and he will send to you In plain envelope his scientific and honest opinion of your case fYeo of char...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898
OUR GREAT PREMIUM OFFERS ! Something for Every Member of the Family . Something Yoo May Secure Without Costing Yon a Penny . FREE ! Bead the List and Learn How to Secure Your Choice . RREEIj § BEADTIFUL GOLD-FILLED WATCHES . A genuine lOkGold Filled Gentleman s 18 size Hunting Case Watch , beautifully engraved in assorted patterns and guaranteed by the manufacturer to wear 10 years . Tt Is fitted with a 7 jewel nickel damaskeened movement , stem ™ lnd and stem set , a timekeeper that will give as good service and satisfaot on as a watoh that will cost $ 25 , and as fir as appearances go is its eo . ua ! in A Ladies Gold-Filled Watch of the same description , only that the movement Is Standard . Both watches warEither Watch—your choice—I REE to any subscriber sending us 14 new subscriptions or 0 new subscriptions and 83 extra , or 5 new subscriptions and 80 . 50 extra , or 13 new subscriptions and 87 . S 0 extra , or 1 new subscription and Six Silver-plated Spoons That Will Never Tar...
Chinese Courtesy [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898
Chinese Courtesy Every . one knows the absurd character —to Occidentals—of Chinese formal conversation , but every fresh account of a first interview with a Chinaman with whom etiquette must be observed is a new entertainment . A gentleman who was for a long time at the head of a school in China , which was patronized by Chinese , has contributed to an exchange an account of the usual interview which took place between him and the father of a boy brought to the school . The Chinese gentleman is escorted to the reception room , and both he and the teacher shake their hands and bow profoundly . Then the teacher asks ; What is your honorable name ? My mean , insignificant name is Wong . Tea and a pater-pipe are sent for , and the teacher says , Please use tea . The Chinaman sips and puffs for a quarter of an hour before he says to the teacher : What is your honorable name ? My mean , insignificant name is Pott . What is your honorable kingdom ? The small , petty district from which I c...
A Brave Grecian Boy [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898
A Brave Grecian Boy Writing of his experiences during a visit to the scenes of the recent GraecoTurkish war , Richard Harding Davis tells the following in Harpers Magazine : There was a red-headed , freckled peasant boy , in dirty petticoats , who guided Bass and myself to the trenches . He was one of the few peasants who had not run away , and as he had driven sheep over every foot of the hills , he elected to guide the soldiers through those places where they were best protected from the bullets of the enemy . He did this all day , and was always , whether he was coming or going , under a heavy fire ; but he enjoyed that fact ; and he seemed to regard the battle only as a delightful change in the quiet routine of his life as one of our own country boys at home would regard the coming of the spring circus , or the burning of a neighbors barn . He ran dancing ahead of us , pointing to where a ledge of rock offered a natural shelter , or showing us a steep gulley where the bullets co...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898
E ^^^^^^^^^ BWa MFNTC , 0 e , n Mlfl ( i fl MONTH AND EXPENSES . MUCH I OUilesOl UUWE FURNISH EVERYTHING . gfj . Ton Work at home or travel , showing , appointing agents , Jfjmmm ^ wi taking orders . Patented Quaker Bath Cabgsssawajff . ( net . 87 , 000 sold . Demand unlimited . Home ne &gt; ¦ H ii ™ l oossltr . Turkish , Hot Atr , Vapor , Sulphur BAm , I or Meditated Hatha at Home , 8 eta . Pari . HT \^ U M ¦ S ™ produces ) Cleanliness , Health , NsBBttiAUl Strength . Prevents disease , obesity . Cures IMBI if Colds , Rheumatism , Neuralgia , LaQripoe , KnHHPtll Malaria , Eczema , Catarrh , Female Ills , Blood , Skin , KSgFJSS Nerve , Kidney troubles . UeautlOes Complexion . ^* **^ Onsranted hestmade . Price , 15 . Wt ., 5 lbs . Writs today . Book Free . K . WOBLD JiFtt . CO ., Clnclnnatl , 0 .
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 8 January 1898
IT PAYS UNDOUBTEDLY TO GET i / THE BEST MILL Send for &gt; Blchmond Machine Works , Circulars . J Klchmoud , Indiana , V . 8 . A . fififiooofiOooofinniioiif 1111111 P 111 1 STEEL CKET LAWN FENCE , steelgates , steel posts and rail , also Field and Hog Fence Wire , single and double farm gates . For further information , write to the UNION FENCE CO ., DeKalb , HI , rne Locomotive Engineer must have an eye out for signals . One need not watch the thermometer on account of his Page Fence . Rain or shine , fever heat or zero weather , the coll Is In it , and keeps it tight . PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE CO ., Adrian , Mich . IjJaigW MACHINE 7 / i ) S 5 \ Ttowoaveyuurownfenceo ) l ^ -JL- — £ JS £ LJL « oU « d Hard Steel ¦ f * s = a * # ^^| P ^ saa f Spring Wire , // i . 6 £ - _ TLy £ ^ JL 52 I 18 high , at T ^^ Wr ^ r ^ f 23 Cts . per Rod . jLssfc ^ jESsssS ^ cBsJs 820 buys wire for 100 TTWSi &lt;&amp;) T » ^^ l [ rod fensje . Agents sifc ^ sSssfessssf &amp; Asss...