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TABLE OF CONTENTS . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

TABLE OF CONTENTS . • CURRENT AFFAIRS- . Nev ,-s Notes .. . 39 General Gomez Proclamation . 40 Economy In Public Service 40 A Defense of Our Coinage Ratio ; .......... 40 Postal Savings Bank In Hawaii ...... 40 New Heroes Discovered ........ 40 Cuban Revenues -41 The Suicide of Eleanor Marx ; . 41 Light on the Maine Disaster : ; . 41 Iteefl vs . McKlnley 41 American Meat Supply 41 RURAL AFFAIRS— Scene In Pinery Florida ( Illustration ) ... .. 37 Cexebro-Splnal Meningitis In Illinois ....... 42 National Live Stock Convention .... 42 Culture of Wheat . ... ; . . . 42 Beet Sugar In the United States . 43 Two Crops on the Same Ground .. .-. - . 46 Nature Teaching Under State Auspices 47 Experiments With Kafir Corn 47 Forest Preservation In Bohemia ; . . 47 The Orchard ( Poem ) 47 Why We Are in a Bog . . 48 Southern Farming . 48 The Culture of Wheat 48 Notes by the Way—II 48 Green Food for Winter . . 49 Chickens -hat Pay 49 Poultry on the Farm .... 49 Honey Bees as Pollen Distributors BO...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

If you see an advertisement in the National Rural and Family Magazine it is reliable .

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An Old Man ' s Advice [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

An Old Man s Advice Nun ! growled old Uncle Gideon . Git em to . -fit him right now ; dont matter if he grows so rapidly that he splits the seams In a morit-H- ^ let the boyhave twenty-nine days of satisfaction in his new . clothes ; After that , if they / keep gittin tighter and tighter for him , he wont care—_ ell know who it , is that ? doin * the growin that is makin em too small -for him , an hell take pride enongh in his increasin avoirdupois , fld s he wont-mind it a bit if he , does project at the wrists and ooze out at the ankles . When I was a boy—which wasnt so blamed long ago that I ve forgotten the sensation— -I : was the victim of my parents belief that a boy s clothes must be constructed loose enough so s he could grow to em . As a result , when my hnmspuns was new they covered me jest like a rhinoceros s skin does him ; they bagged and flapped all over , and it was only when they was jest about worn ont that they fitted me anything like decently . I shucked around in...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

DR. PIERCE SFavorite PRESCRIPTION Makes weak womenstrong and sick women well . (Sp ^ lS W ^ ^ WBB • W^ M, \ mc . frcat \ Temperance Remedy the

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

EVERY SUCCESSFUL farmer who raises fruits , vegetables , berries or grain , knows by experience the importance of having a large percentage of Potash in his fertilizers . If the fertilizer is too low in Potash the . harvest is sure to be small , and of inferior quality . Our books tell about the proper fertilizers for all crops , and we will gladly send them free to any farmer . OERHAN KALI WORKS , 93 Nassau St ., New York ; IBif JP & FL * < BI ^ BTiSe ^ West Snl ^ SSS 8 ^ 4 KOnStPPlBS A _ B- ____ D ^¦ ArJ Qui , t Patterns . ^¦ V : l «™ yjmY We want every quilter to have <__ af _ Ol £ fe ? 5 ^ . pur book of 400 Designs , conH ^ K ^ ^/ SpS ) talning the prettiest , queerest , llilfesr WEMl scarcestmostgrotesque patterns . ^^^ W x ) rO _|§ lp ! from old log cabin to stars and MrS ^ WM Ufa JT ^ . Puzzle designs . 7 th revised edl- ~ j-V 6 |^ sy ^^_» , tlon ; beautiful and unique . All »_ Tr ^« 5 _ . » 8 ent Postpaid for ten cents . ^ 0 WjSm ^&g...

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CURRENT AFFAIRS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

CURRENT AFFAIRS According to Ger _ Otis report the so-called Filipino Parliament was to convene Thursday , Jan . 5 . The general thinks that Agui _ aldo will find himself without the majority / support lie ^ desires In this parliament , and that thereby the peaceful establishment of a temporary government will be made much more easy . a Senator Dubois , of Idaho , Is reported asstating that the silver republicans are to hold a great national convention . This , he thinks probable , will be held in conjunction with the silver democrat and populist conventions . He has no doubt that the silver question will again be the chief issue before the peopled . Governor-elect Stanley , of Kansas is said to have declared his intention to refuse signing the death warrant of a murderer . His reason is that he does not believe in capital punishment . It seems that it . mu ; st , come to a fair , question with the new governor as to whether he holds more binding his conviction in regard to capital ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

i- ^ « - < a __ - _ 5 PubiishedJ _ Weekl y ^ byithe Howard & Wilson Publishing Company , IMADISON and FRANKLIN STS ., CHICAGO * Gen . C . H . Howard , Jas . W . Wilson , MANAoraa EDITOB . BUSINESS MANAGED . Subscription rates , One Dollar a year of 52 numbers . Single copies five cents . Advertising rates made known on application . E . S . THAIN , Manager Advertising Department . . All communications should be addressed NATIONAL BUBAL AND FAMILY MAGAZINE , Chicago , 111 . EASTERN OEETOE ( for advertising department only ) : Frank S . Smith , 4 T Times Building , New . Yqrk . * Entered at the Chicago Postofflce as Second-olasa Matter . Copyright , 1898 , by Howard & Wilson • : Publishing Company .

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Economy in Public Service [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

Economy in Public Service ENGLAND is again furnishing an example of the practical v advantages of , municipal , control of the . light- supply . _ . This -time it is Shoreditch parish of the city of London which has made the eminently successful experiment By utilizing the street ; sweepings for fuel they have not only saved the former expense ; of carrying and dumping , but have made a net profit by the sale , of light and power of $ 15 , 930 to be used in enlarging the plant . ; A still further economy , and at the same time exceedingly . hygienic arrangement ,, is , that by which- the garbage collected fromthe dwellings is burned . The next step which is now being ¦ made is to use the escaping steam to heat the water of a public • bath . - How ; markedia contrast is this to the public service of the light concerns of . most of our American cities . They are thought to do well , if ,-they avoid-adding to-the expense of the various city departments ; to : say nothing of themselves ...

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General Gomez' Proclamation [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

General Gomez Proclamation GENERAL MAXIMO GOMEZ , the ranking general of the Cuban army , has issued a careful and thoughtful proc- , . lamation to his soldiers . He speaks of his conviction that it hadbeen his duty to remain ) quietly with the-army until the jpeace arrangements had ; been concluded , and advises his soldiers to remain : iri the army until some definite settlement has been reached in-regard to the back-pay due to them . • The period of -transition , he says further , is terminated ; the army of the enemy is abandoning the country ; the sovereignty of , the great United States is beginning , as stipulated in the : protocol , over all the island . - But Cuba is not yet free or independent : Self-government is not yet . constituted . For that reason we must : dedicate ourselves - to bringing ; about the disappearance of the cause for . American-intervention . The venerable old general is certainly exceedingly loyal to his own ¦ land , and seems ,- , furthermom ; to dis...

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A Defense of Our Coinage Ratio [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

A Defense of Our Coinage Ratio G ONFIDING in the integrity of the averageAmerican citizen , yet , we do not expect perfection among men ¦ either . in thought or deed . The average man will generally respect all the rights of his neighbor . Calling a man a rascal because he may differ with you in his opinions on the tariff , the money question or some other great debatable issue of the day , is neither good policy , nor is it good morals . We have been very much interested in the receipt of a recent • letter from a gentleman . holding one of the most exacting and responsible positions under our federal government . Perhaps to ¦ him , more than to any other one person , is this nation indebted for . the splendid preparations of , our navy , for years in advance , for the services demanded from it in the war with Spain . Knowing him personally , we have the utmost confidence in his integrity and patriotism and in his wonderfully , gifted arid scientifically trained intellect . He has j...

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Postal Savings Bank in Hawaii [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

Postal Savings Bank in Hawaii IT seems that the Cullom Hawaiian commission recommends the closing and doing away with the postal savings-bank- of Hawaii . Senator Cullom says the banks-of Honolulu will take the funds . The commission concludes this course is necessary in order to wind up the affairs of the former government of Hawaii . Senator Cullom takes pains to state that the commission does not mean by this recommendation to prejudice the question of postal savings banks in the United States . To our view it would be better to adopt the system in our country , as soon as practicable , and transfer the accounts to the United States postal savings banks and not remand Hawaii tothe old-fashioned and less satisfactory system of private . banks Why is it that our public men are so backward to move for a system of postal savings banks , such as has been found desirable in all civilized countries ? As lately intimated in these columns it is hard to account for this sluggishness of our...

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New Heroes Discovered [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

New Heroes Discovered IT wil be many years before anything like a complete history of the war with Spain can be given . The publication in the appendix of Capt . Crowninshield s report of various facts of the secret service hitherto suppressed has discovered a few names which will immediately be added to those which America is proud to honor as the bravest of men and most loyal of citizens the world over . . The perilous service of Ensign Henry H . Ward in venturing under the disguise of an English tourist , into one of the principal seaport cities of Spain itself required the highest personal bravery and devotion to duty . He obtained valuable information as to the strength and armament of the Spanish fleet . Then going to investigate the defenses at San Juan , Porto Rico , he barely escaped imprisonment by means which it is not considered wise to publish as yet . Another almost equally dangerous expedition was undertaken and successfully completed by Ensign W . H Buck who reported...

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Cuban Revenues . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

Cuban Revenues . THE question of the expense of the government of the Spanish West Indies when transferred to our care has seemed to many a serious one . According to the information gained lately by Robert P . Porter the problem is not to be difficult . ... . Already the customs receipts , according to this authority , are double what they were under Spanish control and will not only easily pay all expenses , when taken with the internal revenue , but will afford a surplus for public works . The island of Cuba is behind most civilized countries in its need of public works ; The Cuban tariff , according to this report , is based upon an estimated revenue of • $ 10 , 000 , 000 . This figure is likely to be , increased and under the new regime may go up : to $ 12 , 000 , 000 , The internal revenue schedules for taxation are being based upon desired receipts of $ 5 , 000 , 000 a year ; which will make a minimum total of $ 15 , 000 , 000 . The estimated cost of running the government , ...

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The Suicide of Eleanor Marx [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

The Suicide of Eleanor Marx THE daughter , of the eminent German socialist , Carl Marx , . has given the world a sad example of ¦ the fallacy of a part of her father s and her own theories . Believing . in the justice of entire commercial and social independence of • woman , she nevertheless gave her heart and life to an English socialist who was already married to another -woman . When this first wife died and Dr . Aveling , discarding her , married another , Miss Marx gave way to that ini her nature which she had theoretically ignored and ended her life in despair . As has been well said by a lady writer in the Times-Herald , : a former acquaintance of the unfortunate woman , The story -of-Eleanor Marx does not differ from that of thousands of less • conspicuous women , except in the fact that she took the position which she did in the full belief that she was advancing the ¦ cause of womanhood by asserting the independence of women and their absolute equality with men in all resp...

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Light on the Maine Disaster ' [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

Light on the Maine Disaster IT seems possible that the president s assumption in his late message and even a much more definite charge in regard to • 4 .- ^ Maine explosion will soon be proved to have been fully justified . -El Reconcemtrado , the organ of Cuba Libre in Havana , has come out with full and . quite specific charges against Zecarias Bresmes , a certain Spanish judge who is now a fugitive from Havana . The same paper had previously published statements charging the man with various . other crimes , and it is said that the Cubans in Havana - regard the charges asbeyond dispute . Whatever the ground for these accusations it-is certain that the authorities both of Spain and the United States should spare no pains to follow up any reliable evidence and if the criminals • can be found . subject them to proper punishment . If Bresmes and his associates are guilty that of course would not involve the Spanish government , but every refusal on Spain s part to act vigorously in c...

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Reed vs . McKinley [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

Reed vs . McKinley T HAT interesting old gossip , Win . E Curtis , in a letter to the Chicago Record , says of the attitude of Speaker Reed towards the administration s policy in regard to Cuba and the Philippines and of other matters of political interest : Speaker Reed- is also opposed to expansion but he treats the subject humorously . When members of the house go to him with A bill which . they would like an opportunity to bring before the house , the czar will inquire sarcastically : Does it make any appropriation ? Only a few thousand dollars , Mr . Speaker . Then Ill have to shut you off . We need all our money to pay for yellow bellies . Talking the other day with Uncle Joe Gannon about the appropriations for the session , he said he had made a mistake in enforcing a policy of economy upon the house , because , he remarked , the president has spent all I have saved in buying Malays at $ 2 apiece . A bill was passed the other day making an appropriation of $ 300 , 000 for an ...

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American Meat Supply [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

American Meat Supply IX is no wonder that the charges of General Miles excited the big meat dealers of the country . If the investigation ordered results . favorably to the meat men their already enormous foreign trade will continue on the increase . The governments of Russia and Japan have asked American packers to make bids for supplying their armies , and the indications are that France and Germany will decidedly lessen their restrictions against American meat in- the near future . Seventyfive per cent of the fresh meat imported . into Great Britain comes from America . Cuba and Porto Rico have already- been entered by some of the big firms , and undoubtedly the Philippines will soon be open to their business . Thus it becomes more clear how much is dependent on the outcome of the investigation from the packers poirit of view . Already it has been proposed to make weekly shipments of fresh beef to China and the possibilities for the trade-in , this direction as that country strid...

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RURAL AFFAIRS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

RURAL AFFAIRS Edited by W . B . Lloyd . • Cerebrospinal Meningitis in 1111- ; ¦ nois ¦ ; ¦ THE Illinois State Board of Live Stock Commissioners , Dec . 24 , 1898 , sent out the following bulletin : Throughout a considerable portion of the state there has recently developed a disease among horses that , because of the number of fatalities , Is producing very heavy losses , and consequently occasioning much alarm among the owners of horses affected . A very thorough investigation made by Dr . L . O . Tiffany , assistant state veterinarian , under the direction of this board , discloses the fact that , the fatal disease is spinal-menin-gitis , induced by the condition of the feed beirigVused . • \_ For the information of horse owners , and that they may know the disease when it occurs and may take the necessary precautions to prevent further losses by changing the food being used , the board publishes herewith Dr . Tiffany s report : o Springfield , 111 ., Dec . 23 , 1898 . To the Stat...

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s -Beet Sugar in the United States [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

sBeet Sugar in the United States By Prof . H . W . Wiley . IT will not be . possible within the limits of a short . article to enter into the history of the development of the beet sugar industry in the United States . Beginning with some small , experiments by David Lee Child in the decade between 1830 and 1840 , the sugar beet industry has undergone various vicissitudes . For many years after the experiments of Child no further efforts were made to extend the industry in the United States . In the decade between 1860 and 1870 a factory was built at Chatsworth , 111 ., and a considerable quantity of sugar was manufactured , but the venture was not a financial success . In the same decade a small factory was established in Wisconsin , with a similar history . In the decade from 1870 to 1880 a factory was established at Soquel , Santa Cruz county , California , in the early part of the decade . In the latter part of the decade of 1870 to 1880 and early in the decade of 1880 to 1890 l...

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