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THE FERTILE VALLEY OP THE NILE . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896
THE FERTILE VALLEY OP THE NILE . Salzer s great fodder plant , Teosinte , yields on the fertile Nile 600 , 000 lbs . green fodder per acre . It is leafy , bushy , grows 18 ft . tall in 10 weeks , and can be cut time and time again Shades of Egypt ! Think of that for a yield , and the best of all , cattle , fight for it , so eager to eat ! Salzer s catalogue is full of rare things If you will cut this out and send it ; with . 10 c . postage to the John A . Salzer Seed Co ., La Crosse , Wis ., you will receive their catalogue and ten packages of grasses and grains , including Teosinte , free .
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896
vM ^ Mugnp IT IS JUST AS EA SY, and a heap more BEYMER-BATTMAN I M 1 T I • i Pittsburgh . I sensible , to use a little care in the se- . , DAVIS-OHAMBEES - • . - . . . . Pittsburgh . lection ol materials when having- pamtFAHNESTOCE . i • . . ANCHOR Plttsburgh - j ing done and secure the best result as it is J- Cincinnati . j . . . , • . EPSTEIN J j t 0 take . chances and use m xtures of which ATLANTIC 1 1 • j-i-n • BEADLE ? ¦ vou know nothing . To be sure of getting BROOKLYN ¦ . ] . - ¦ : &gt; New York . j _ __^ . __ ¦_ „ ¦ E* IJrNire White JLead SOUTHERN v SHIPMAN I lc &amp; B ° - .. examine the brand ( see list genuine brands ) . COLLIER ^ Any shade or color desired can be easily ob &gt; MISSOURI I j J J R 2 DS 2 AL r stLouis - tained by using NATIONAL LEAD CO . S brands SOTTTHSX ^ j Q £ p ure white Lead and Tinting- Colors . JOHN T . LEWIS &amp; BR 0 S . C 0 o Philadelphia . Pamphlet giving valuable . information and card showing samples MORLEY Qf ...
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. . ; : ——¦—«; . EJ &gt; K . HASBT , Abingdon , 111 ., tanner Of hides , furs and manufacturer of black cattle robtt , ooats , rugs , gloves , etc . Pure-bred cattle for sale . TO . CAIiliAJBLAJST Friend , Neb . Fine Stook • sales a specialty . Have made over 800 sales and will guarantee satisfaction , , r * i 4 ^ JACKS AND JENNETS ^^^ fetf ^ t Large Assortment . v | 9 NPi Prize-winning Blood . V ~~ f % Fair dealing . Mule breeding solves ¦ lihmiwriiJ tne P roflt of the horse trade . For par- * aHBflBH *»™ ticulars write A .. W . HOPKINS , PERU , II . J ,. SCOTTSCELEBRATED Charcoal Powders —FOR—Horses , Cattle , Hogs , Sheep and Fowls Have no equal as a CONDITIONER and MEDICINE . They are highly medicated and perfectly safe . Price , one pound , 50 cents ; five pounds for $ 1 . 50 ; twenty pounds for $ 5 . Mention what animal medicine is for and if for worms . A pamphlet on disease and treatment goes with the powder . Those who have sick or ailing animals will find it to the...
AMONG HORSEMEN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896
AMONG HORSEMEN THE FALL COLT . IF a mare is depended on for some work and has to raise a coit it is better that she raise a fall colt , for the most hurrying and trying part of the work on farm horses is in the spring , and a mare due to foal about the first of September will go through spring work and corn tending with no particular inconvenience ; she v may get a little heavy by harvest time but not so many horses are needed then and she can often &gt; be spared from work . With me when the mare is idle she runs in the pasture and is fed grain twice a day ; if she is used any , three times . The first cool wave in September she is put in a box stall nights and no more tying up at night till after foaling . When the colt is a few days old it is tied up a while each day , for it is time their education was commenced , then they learn not to struggle if they get entangled any time . I know of some young colts getting choked to death by getting entangled in their mother s halt...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896
A? MEDICAL ^ y TREATMENT . ^ If you want the best expert and scientific treatment by the leading physicians and specialists ofi the country , consult only DR . HATJULWAY &amp; CO . ^ O Dearborn St . , Chicago , m . AM Chronic Diseases of men and women , Private , Skin , Blood and Nervous Diseases . Cases treated by mail all over the world by sending for Symptom Blank No . 1 for men , No . 2 for women . No . 3 , Skin Diseases No . 4 for Catarrh . Best of references . -
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896
! r : v :- ^ $ fe : ;; . . ^?*&lt;J&lt;W¥ l &gt; • ¦ f ^ 3 % ^ ^ v I: 3 V^ S- a &amp; fi * and Roll uut : j : to the harvest field on i [ ¦ .-. ( J . ¦ . ; . Deering . Roller , Bearings . &gt; 1 » V Youll do two days-work ] &gt; J »; . i :. in one with a ¦ vV ¦ &lt; !¦ IOcerin ? IBinder 11 or flower i ; j I THE BALL AND ROLLER ! k , » BEARINGS OVERCOME ALL &lt; [ i ; PRICTION-nAKE LldHT DRAFT . ] , ...- • • I I Get a new Deering catalogue &lt; [; ( ! . .. V ::. ; from . yo ! uragentor / addressr ^ . j &gt;¦ ! I DEERING HARVESTER CO ., 11 ,, || i . . CHICAGO . • : ;!» - EGGS ! EGGS ! Brown and White Leghorn , $ 1 . 25 ; B &gt; Plymouth Rock and Black Minorca , $ 1 . 50 ; : Black Langshan , Buff Cochin and Pit Game , $ 2 . no per thirteen . ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE FREE . Address H . B . GEEK , Nashville , Tenn . MiM &amp; n 97 ^ m &gt; Is the best fodder crop that grows , i r i The st...
VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896
VETERINARY The several departments of this paper are for the rise and convenience , of its subscribers exclusively . Those wishing advice in this column will please state their questions plainly and concisely and upon paper containing no reierence to subscriptions or to other departments of the paper . In relation to diseases and ailments of li ^ e stock , it is necessary that we be exactly Informed of the symptoms as observed , else it will be impossible tofully understand and . prescribe for the case . We cannot answer veterinary Inquiries by mail , unless 81 ( the regular veterinary fee ) is inclosed . TUMOR AND NASAL GLEET .-- ! . - have a . gelding , four years old last spring ,,, which , has a hard lunip ; on ; left shoulder , hear the collar , about the size i . of half , pigeon ^ : egg . -It can be moved soroeiarid seems fa sit ; to . skin . There is no change in skin ovcir the luthpi neither soreness nor tenderness . Also have a yearling mare • colt which had something : ~ ...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896
® ^ -CIRCLE \ 111 . J ^^^ mHb When you buy a harrow arid you cant go wrong . JKiflVwb m ( fBil The cut shown below represents our OSBORNE COMBINATION ft © IS \ W % JHJ »!~ Harrow , but : we have others of equal meirit .. ^ mmmW J 0 B &amp;&amp;* RIVAL DISC HARROW tsr Zfc * WeliavealSQaFull J 0 &amp;&amp; - WdSm SPRING TOOTH HARROW ^ Vn ? of Harvesting B rf $ fk UWJI ncviDic ni (( r HARROW + and Haying affi # mujjtfp FLEXIBLE DlbU HAKKUW / r TTr-rrfif rn rj i \ ^ Btfmr * j ^ feSk Thev are all built of the best procurable material , and _ superior Jg * z 3 m \ mWi ^ Ym wo rkmanship . Their lines of constru ction mak e them ffripf W m ^ tm Superior Implements for the complete W ^ mmLw / ! - ! v l ^ L i ^ , •• . AUBURN , N . Y . MmJ ^ SiWV ¦¦ ¦ i ¦ : ; — ¦ ¦ — ,- „ ¦ — « ^ t Tfl BUGGIES . PHAETONS , SURRIES- WAGONS , r ^ B, ¦ ¦¦ iTWrTi CARTS , HARNESS , SADDLES , BICYCLES , &amp; c . / iflHBT f ^^ MwMmmlfr \ At factory prices . Our record for the ...
Farm , Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896
Farm , Garden and Orchard TEXAS . T ^ URING a recent trip from Chicago to D Galveston , Texas , we had anew the vastness of our country impressed upon our mind . We left home with the thermometer fifteen degrees , below zero and the ground covered with snow and ice . Thirty-two hours by ,, rail over the C , B . &amp; Q . and M . K . &amp; T . lines brought us to Dallas , Texas , where warm spring rains and genial sunshine were fast putting the soil in readiness for sowing grain and other farm operations . Gardens were already planted and the grass greening , while the bursting of cherry and peach blossoms told of the coming harvest . Continuing our ride fourteen hours more we were in Galveston , after passing acre after acre of early garden stuff , ready for market , and thousands of cattle getting their first nip of green grass . . The warm sunshine and balmy air of the Gulf coast is in pleasant contrast with . Jhe chill and ice of the great lakes ^ at this season o...
HOW TO MAKE MAPLE SUGAR . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896
HOW TO MAKE MAPLE SUGAR . The natural color of maple syrup is white . It is by no means , an uncommon occurrence , arid undoubtedly you have noticed syrup on the top of a frozen bucket of sap which had the appearance of the finest quality of honey ; and if you have ever tested maple syrup thus produced by congealation you will recall its exquisite maple flavor . This alone is a positive proof that color in pure maple syrup in foreign to it . , The standard color of maple syrup , as . adopted by the Vermont Maple Sugar . Makers Association , is a light amber . To • establish a standard color it was deemed advisable to take the average of the two extremes of color—from a dark amber to an extremely light shade of amber—for the reason that it is almost impossible to make the average syrup without having more or less color , owing to the fact that the sap , semi-sweet , and syrup comes in contact with heated metal during the progress of its evaporation . Of course , there are other reaso...
NOTES . : [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896
NOTES . : —John : P . Dayton , Waukon , Allamakee Co ., Iowa , has seed potatoes for sale . They are pure , true to name and first-class assorted stock . Send for his price list which catalogues small fruits also . —The Lllinois Eastern Hospital for the Insane / has ; published in pamphlet form , the address of Dr . • Clarke Gapen , the superintendent , on Supplemental Irrigagation , delivered before the Illinois State Horticultural Society at their last annual liieetinp :. Copies may be had by addressing the superintendent at Kankakee , Illinois . —Now . is a first-rate time to clean out those stumps that have so long made it unprofitable farming ten-acre lot you cleaned off years ago . The cheapest , best , way we know of to do the work is to get a Milne Stump Machine , made by Milne , Manufacturing Company , Monmouth ; 111 . It will pull out whole trees of considerable size . Write for circulars and terms . —The Planet Jr . implements for 1896 are holding the well earned reputati...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896
A BARCAIN COLLECTION OF , | FLOWER SEEDS 2 ^^ MmWtm ^ . 10 Cflo ! ce Annuals . CD -ft mWSmmmWuBSBmmm . new , fresh seeds ,, sure to g ) ri mWsSSQmV &amp; f ^ SlL grow find bloom this season , * = ? , r K ? SSSKi % TH Pansy , 40 colors and ^ © WiWmmlm ^ M markings ; PhIOX , 20 colors ; ^ ® Rlli ! fl 3 BPsisl Verbena . lScolors ; Pinks M ® WeMBmWbmmWi ! iocolors ; petunia , lOcoi- W § \ KS » HpHPIffl ors ; Asters , 12 colors ; Bal- W ^ 2 $ Sss 5 S *» sam , 8 colors ; Sweets d &gt; ^ uJ / MUtfittr Peas , 12 colors ; Migno-k @ ™ nette and Sweet Alyssum . g 1 FOR 12 CEHTS ESftnsra ^ ft f 2 friends who grow flowers , I will send , postpaid , K Q » the complete collection , one pkt . each pt the ten Jfe 6 k varieties ( enough for any ordinary garden . ) This 1 J il is a BONAFIDE offer , made to introduce my © ? S home grown flower seeds to new customers and g ) ^ which I guarantee to please you or the amount « s » . 3 j paid refunded and the seeds given as a present . | K 1...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896
ouceessful growers of fruits , berries , and all kinds of vegetables , know that the largest yields and best quality are produced by the liberal use of fertilizers containing at least IO % of Actual Potash . Without the liberal use of Potash on sandy soils , it is impossible to grow fruits , berries and vegetables of a quality that will command the best prices . Our pamphlets are not advertising : circulars boom- . ing special fertilizers , but are practical works , containing latest researches on the subject of fertilization , and are really helpful to farmers . They are sent free for the asking . . GERMAN KALI WORKS , 93 Nassau St ., New York . Please mention the Western Rural . $ IOOi FREE To the persons malting the largest yield from If IMCI CCC OOM &gt; COIN PROLIFIC oar WIlltLtOO SWEET POTATO this year . Here is a . chance to MAKE MONEY EASY , besides getting the best Sweet Po &gt; . tato on earth . Send tor 1896 Catalogue . * - \ . % TI * - \ . * . T Yellow Ol...
COLONY EXCURSIONS [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896
COLONY EXCURSIONS CALIFORNIA . Our next excursion to Fair Oaks , Cal ., will be April 9 th . Thii will be a delightful time to go . Write us for route and rate . FLORIDA . We have low rates from all points west for April 7 th , both one way aqd round trip , to pur Green Cove Springs settlement in Florida . Those going to the settlement to stay will do well to make arrangements to go on this date . The regular one way rate from Chicago is $ 28 . 80 . We can put you through from • Chicago , via the Illinois Central railway s quick time Florida line for $ 18 . 55 . Proportionate rates from other points . Write us for reduced round trip rates for that date ; also send for Album of Fair Florida , telling all about the state . SUNNY SOUTH ( N ; C &gt;&gt; COLONY . One way rate to Chadbourne April 7 th will be $ 17 ^ 00 . Write us for reduced round trip rates . Also send lOc for the illustrated booklet , The Old North State , which tells all about it . We have just opened u...
¦ THE y FARME-RSV . SII ) E [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896
¦ THE y FARME-RSV . SII ) E RAILWAY TRUSTS . A TRUST is a trust , by : whatever name designated or x ~\ covered up . The people are comirig to know a trust w ^ ii ^ of law . The officers of the law and the courts are still slow in smelling o ^ t the trusit ¦ : ; . ¦ ; . - ¦ ¦ .. ¦¦¦ ¦ ¦ .. &lt; Th ^ the law all the time as some of them have fr ^ tri : . it ^ assjage heeh determined to ignore ^ as far as it was safe , the Inter-State Commerce Act . : • •; Ithas just cohie to light in Chicago that the recent agreement known as the Joint Traffic Association is in trouble because some of its members had previously made contrac &amp; % hicli would be contrary ito the terms of the trust . One feature of the tangle &gt; ds that the elevator companies which ate dealing with the Michigan Central and the Wabash ihavecontracts with these two roads , which will not expire forseveral years , and which specify that the allowances te tran ^ errin ^ g ^ am shall be as therei...
, ¦ : ? AMERICAN : FLOUR IN CUBA . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896
, ¦ : ? AMERICAN : FLOUR IN CUBA . Will flour be thrown overboard in Havana harbor ? A telegram came ;; to Galveston , Texas , the other day : Great excitement prevails ; dont ship flour . It was afterwards explained . as a reprisal for the action of Congress . It-is a little like biting off one s nose to , spite one s face . . The people of Havana can get flour cheaper and better from this country . But of course the Spanish authorities may conclude to keep out American flour and send toOld Spain for all that may be consumed under its . authority . This will soon force Congress to consider whether it will permit any such trade discrimination . Two can play at that trick . Besides , suppose that the Cuban patriots , who control by far the greater part of the island , should wish to open trade with the-United States . Is there anything to hinder our forming a reciprocal trade contract with that government ? In short , Cuban independence may be brought about the sooner by Spanish self...