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Our Young Folks' Corner [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896

Our Young Folks Corner CRICKET . By Mabel H . Monsey . There was a , young kitten named Cricket—A sprightly young kitten we re told ; His wise old mother , he would not mind , He was very , naughty and bold . Said Cricket one day , Now say that I may Go visiting Thomas Maltese . Said his mother , You may , but dont stay away v V J t ~ £ y Jy Later ,.-than , iour . vff f you please . * . - - ¦ - - V _ i ( j- r ?;;!; :., 9 LZ c ¦ For I needoyouhere ; Cricket , my dear , To care for your sisters three While I hunt for supper ; now run along And see how good you can be . But Cricket , bad Cricket , I m sorry to say , The moment he was gone from her sight , Forgot to come home , but gaily did -roam Till fast was falling the night . Oh what shall I do ? Meow ! Meow ! I m so hungry for a bit and a sup I Just then along came a great big dog And gobbled poor Cricket up . OUR JAPANESE FRIENDS—1 . NOT long since Goro Kaburagi , a young Japanese gentleman , educated in this country , and soon t...

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By EOGAR . U . V ? A'iC ^ Ar ^ [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896

By EOGAR . U . V ? AiC ^ Ar ^ We are Ten Travelers . There is the Merry Traveler , the Morose Traveler , the Clerical Traveler , the Gipsy Traveler , the Chronic Traveler , the Casual Traveler , the Student Traveler , the Aimless Traveler , the Commercial Traveler , the Vagabond Traveler . How we came to know each other is no matter . We meet at times at my own apartments in a quaint old inn , beside a cavernous fireplace , into which countless now sightless eyes have fpr centuries peered , and in a pleasant way we re-live our pilgrimings , or recount those romances of others which have touched our hearts and tarried there . In this old room , with its brown rafters , decrepit floor and little , high dormer windows , like the portholes of an old frigate , we seem to become almost one in this kindly companionship ; We are so much one that when my guests have departed I sit here by the old fireplace , where friendly voices and presences linger , and . set down as best I may the pleasa...

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Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896

A Taint in the Blood «*¦ _ - - ¦ weakens the entire system . Unhealthy blood fails to nourish and we half live because our vital organs are nalt fed Dr . Peters Blood Vitalizer which was discovered by an old German physician , purifies the blood and makes it warm and life-giving . This remedy—which has been in use for over a hundred years though not extensively ad- : ¦ .. • vertised—seldom fails to cure diseases caused by impoverished or impure blood or from disordered stomach . No drug-store medicine ; is sold only by regular Vitalizer agents . Persons living where there are no agents for Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalizer can , by sending $ 3 . 00 , obtain twelve . 36-cent trial bottles direct from the , proprietor . This offer can onlybeob tained once by the same person . Write to DR . PETER FAHRNEY , na and 114 So . Hoyne Ave ., CHICAOO- The Perfection Horse Tail Tie . A simple device for holding the hair of the tail up and protecting it from fche mud .. Made from especially prepared ...

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YIELD OF POTATOES . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896

YIELD OF POTATOES . ( Continued from page 391 . ) potato and not of good quality unless grown on sandy soil . Maule s Thoroughbred . It gave a high yield when grown on a small plot , and has been tested one season only . It belongs to the rose class and seems to be very promising , but more time is needed in order to fully test its value . Nebula . Similar to Early Norther . Somerset A mid-season rose-colored variety of considerable promise . Sir William . Some have thought that this variety has been over-rated , but at the Station and sub-stations it has made a record second to none . It easily ranks with the most prolific varieties and excels most of them In table qualities . All things considered , it deserves a place near the head of the list Victor Rose . A second early , rose-col-ored variety of considerable merit , principally because of the fine appearance of the tubers . Wise . A very vigorous and prolific pinkskinned variety , from Ashland County , where it has a high repu...

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Page 26 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896

| i || pp 64-page ; . Medical RefpKlil l : erence Book B | B BH for men and women who are ^^ afflicted with anyform of contagious diseases , female troubles , etc . Send two 2cent stamps to pay postage to the leading Specialists and Physicians in the country . . DR . HATHAWAY & CO ., 70 Dearborn St ., Chicago , 111 .

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- s * A PASSENGER ON THE FIRST RAIL ROAD TRAIN . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896

- s * A PASSENGER ON THE FIRST RAIL ROAD TRAIN . AVING concluded to return to Jersey by way of the lake and New York , as some of my schoolmates had done , I arrived at Cleveland on the 5 th of November , 1831 .. The old Sheldon Thompson had come around from Sandusky that forenoon and encountered a rough passage , and to this day I wish the captain had been kicked for putting out again that afternoon . Ah , we poor passengers , What did we know about lake navigation ? Blindly trusting to the captain to know it all , we went aboard 4 and the old Thompson let loose at 4 o clock p . m ., and we slipped along down the bay delightfully Ha ! thought I , this beats the raging canal , but presto ! we entered the lake , down went the four horses hitched in the bow of the boat , water swept all over the fore part of the vessel that careened hard upon starboard , then righted and pitched to larboard , and dark and dismal night closed in on us . • > No pen of mine can picture that ni...

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ALLEGED FUN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896

ALLEGED FUN DUTY . A father s duty , the same as his charity , should begin in the bosom of his family . As I am a conscientious man I always endeavor in my engaging way to haul out iny duty and put it where it shall do good to my fellow man . It has always been my ambition to have my son follow in his fathers footprints ; or at least , in as much of the impressions of a No . 9 on B last as he could cover , but alas—my hopes are hanging like a dissipated dishrag and his willfulness has brought my grey hairs down in sorrow to the barn this a . m ., where I found him interviewing a cigarette and a late copy of the Daring Diamond Detective , or Closing a Criminal s Career . I ve lost the buckle of a hitch strap and ruined a new pair of thirty-five-cent suspenders . The book reposes in my secretary until such a time as I shall be ablp to investigate it as duty calls me to do , and Cynthy is down stairs concocting flaxseed applications . Some people think that their duty is a thing of ea...

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WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896

WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW :. r GRAIN MARKETS . Chicago , March 17 , 1896 . The trade In wheat yesterday was mainly local and only moderate in volume . The market started ofC weak and sold down l % c . below the last figure of Saturday before the session was two hours old . Then there was a reaction of % c and frorn that time on values remained almost stationary , the close showing a decline of % c on May and % c on July—the May-July spread being fractionally widerMay opened at 62 % c , touched 62 % c , fell to 61 % c , reacted some and closed at 62 : ! 4 c , while July closed with selling at 63 c . In a shipping way there was . only a fair business done , about 83 , 000 bu in all , all but 10 , 000 bu ueiug winter sold to millers from various points at the usual premiums . Prom other points there was not much cash business reported , though New York noted the acceptance from abroad of 250 , 000 bu fNo . 1 northern , purchased in the northwest probably , only 80 , 000 being noted there in...

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HAY AND STRAW MARKETS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896

HAY AND STRAW MARKETS . Reported by , M . M . Freeman & Co ., commission merchant s , 14-16 Pacific aAjenue , Chicago . March 16 , 1896 . Receipts of hay , 780 tons ; shipments , 738 tons . TIMOTHY—Good grades—Choice and No . 1—i rm and in demand . Lower qualities plentiful and dull . Choice , $ 12 @ 12 . 50 ; No ; 1 , $ 11 . 25 @ 12 ; No . 2 , $ 10 @ 10 . 50 ; No . 3 , $ 8 . 50 @ 9 . 50 . PRAIRIE—Offerings quite liberal of the common grades , which are slow . Choice hay firm and active , offerings moderate . Choice and fancy $ 8 . 50 @ 9 . 50 ; No . 1 . $ 8 . 00 @ 8 . 50 ; No . 2 , $ 7 . 00 m 50 ; No . 3 , $ 6 . 00 @ 6 . 50 ; No . 4 , $ 5 . 50 @ 6 . 00 . STRAW—Market steady ; good rye in request . Rye , $ 6 . 00 @ 6 . 50 ; wheat -and oat ,.. $ 5 . 00 @ 5 . 50 . No features of special note to mention . . Arrivals to-day are moderate and the better qualities of both tame and . wild hay are doing fairly well . The trouble is with poor hay or hay which is stained or discolo...

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GENERAL MARKETS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896

GENERAL MARKETS . BUTTER—Quiet , only , sales in small way for local trade . Current . prices are : Creameries , 14 @ 21 c ; dairies , 9 @ 18 c ; ladles , 10 @ 12 c ; packing stock , 8 @ 9 c ; roll , 9 @ 10 c . POULTRY—Dressed—Market firm because of limited receipts . Sales were made as follows : Turkeys , 12 y 2 @ 14 c ; chickens , hens , 8 @ 9 c ; springs , 9 @ 9 y 2 c ; ducks , 10 @ 13 c ; geese , 6 @ 10 c . GAME—Very little game of any variety was offered , and market was quiet and steady . Demand only fair . Por stock-in good condition the following prices , were given : Snipe , jack , per doz , $ 1 . 75 @ 2 . 00 ; plover , golden , per doz , - $ 1 . 75 ( S / 2 . 00 ; plover , grass , per doz , $ 1 . 75 @ 2 . 00 ; rabbits , per doz , 50 c @ $ 1 . 00 ; rabbits , jack , per ^ doz , $ 1 . 00 @ 2 . 00 ; mallard ducks , $ 3 . 25 (^ 3 . 50 ; red heads , $ 3 . 25 @ 3 . 50 ; canvas-back , $ 6 . 00 @ 8 . 00 ; teal , blue wing , $ 2 . 25 ; teal , preenwing , $ 2 . 00 . EGGS—Were dull and...

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MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896

MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH . Following were the closing prices in other cities to-day : • Wheat—New York—March , 71 % c ; May , 70 c ; June , 69 y . c ; July , 69 % c . St . Louis—May , 60 @ 60 y 8 c ; July , 60 y 2 c . Duluth—Cash , 59 % c ; May , ei ^ c ; July , 62 y 2 c . Minneapolis—No . 1 northern , cash , 58 y 8 c ; May , 58 % c ; July , 60 c . Baltimore—March , 7 iy 2 @ 71 % c ; May , 69 % @ 70 c . Toledo—Cash , 69 y 2 e ; May , 70 y 2 c ; July , 66 % c . Milwaukee—Cash , 60 c ; May , 63 c . Detroit—Cash , 69 c ; May , 70 % c ; July , 66 y 2 c . Corn—New York —Cash , , 37 y 2 c ; May , 35 % c ; July , 36 % c . St . Louis—May , 26 % c ; July , 27 % c . BaltimoreMarch , 33 % @ 34 c ; May , 34 y 8 @ 34 % c . Oats-New York—March , 25 c ; May , 24 % c . St . Louis-May , 20 @ 20 % c . New York , March 17 . — Butter—Receipts , 7 , 114 pkgs ; steady ; western creamery , 12 @ 22 c ; Elgins , 22 c . Cheese—Receipts , 1 , 303 pkgs ; steady ; large , 6 @ 10 % c ; small , 6 @ 10 % c ; part skim...

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Page 29 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896

SI lin CA . TT _ a _ . _ B , HOGS AND SBEBEiP HP ^ BUNKERS COCHRAN LIVE STOCK COMMISSION , Union . Stock Yards .... CHICAOO [ Established X 8 T 1 . ] Square treatment and satisfaction guaranteed . Wa sell every man s stock fairly on its merits and give him as good treatment whether he ships us one oar or a hundred cars . Proceeds remitted immediately . If you have stock to ship , write us description for best advice on the market , free . REFERENCE : National Live Stock Bank , Chicago ; Please mehtipn the Western Rural .

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QUERIST COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896

QUERIST COLUMN Sign yonr name and address to all letters for this department . We take no notice of unsigned communi- , cations . We will not publish tbe names if so requested . Questions will not be answered unless written on paper containing no reference to subscriptions or other departments of the paper . Questions of law in this column are answered by O . R . Barnett , of the Chicago Bar , 1516 Monadnock Building , Chicago . Owing to the large number of legal questions received by this department with requests for reply by mail , we shall Hereafter answer no legal queries by mail unless accompanied by a lee of $ 1 per question . ELECTRIC ENGINES . —Where can I get a catalogue , circulars and information . about electric engines and power—Jacob Beubower , Ohio . —Send to Jenney Electric Motor Co ., 353 Dearborn St ., Chicago , 111 . ; Keystone Electric Co ., 307 Marquette Building , Chicago , 111 ., arid Otto Gas . Engine Works , 245 Lake St ., Chicago , 111 . || SILVER BULLION ....

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Page 30 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896

MARY JANE IS SATISFACTORY AND PROVES TO BE THE BEST . The flary Jane Dish Washer Mary Jane s the one for us . «« „ «_ _ . v _ .. i . _* xt . A . There s a fairy in our house , Will wash the dishes-dry them too , Quiet works she as a mouse , Quicker and better than you can do , Quickly does our work for us , Make the china pure and white , Without grumbling or muss , « Hgw Washes dishes so that we IB ||| S !|!^* ^^ In time for church ot school may be , i ^ ^^^ ^^^^ L Her name old fashioned Is , and plain- * & J fis » ( a ~ \ W _ m - ^ Perfect servant we have found ; I I _« H _^^^__ i == £ = i ^^ Sf Tel 1 the news tne world around , I I J ^ mmS ^ mn ^ fSU . - One who never asks for pay , I l v ^» j ^* iiiiiiiil illBlliH ^ r goes out to s P end tne ^ ay , II ^¦ ? iii # tf ^ j ^^ WiW \ m mmliSiiH * ^ ne who never » irWh a crash , l ^^ i ^^^^ Wi IIIIIIIIIIiSM Breaks the dishes all to smash , |§ i ^ F <! % jO Or has friends to entertain—twifWmkl ^ m li iillllllfiliS...

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MISTAKES IN FARMING . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 19 March 1896

MISTAKES IN FARMING . S OME one calls for a record of mistakes , suggesting they would be quite as instructive as a record of successes . Well , I ll contribute . I bought a farm and wanted to put out some strawberries . Now , I have raised a good many strawberries in my lifetime and know what kind of ground is best . I looked over the new farm but could find nothing near the house to suit me . A little north of the house was an old blue grass pasture . I found that the cattle , by treading and lying on a patch near the barn ,. had kept the sod very thin , and I concluded I would break that up and put my berries there . I plowed it up deep , and then put the disk on until it was as fine and mellow as an ash heap . I put but my berries and cared for them all that summer and the next spring I had as fine a crop of blue grass and timothy hay on that ground as one could wish to see ! There were berries there , tpo , but—more hay than berries . S . Nelson . I see that a place has been se...

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