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Page 25 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896

FREE AND GUARANTEED -mjg ^ s ^ jpf Absolutely cures Rheumatism , ^ SeHsr Sciatica , Neuralgia , Dyspepsia , HI ^^ Backache , Asthma , Hay Fever , JUtaesa ^ Catarrh , Sleeplessness , Nervous- |» lrj « H » l ~| ness , Nervous and Neuralgic i ^ a * Headaches , Heart Weakness , fS % 1 === / Toolhache , Earache , Croup , fcalJSf Swelling ,- La Grippe , Malaria , ^ efar Creeping Numbness , BronchiTraaeMark . tis , Prevents Fevers . I have used the 5 DROPS you sent me and find that your circulars represent it honestly and I therefore enclose money order for which send me one dozen large bottles . I gave some of the medicine to a person suffering very much with Asthma and it relieved him so tbat he could go to sleep immediately . H . L . RAVEN , March 1 ,, Round Rock , Texas . You will And enclosed $ 1 . 00 , for which send me a large bottle of , 5 DROPS . The sample I pot cured my Rheumatism and I want to keep it in the house . M .. H . MCCOY , March 6 . • ^ : Box 155 , Van Wert , Ohio . Y...

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HOW TO MAKE MAPLE SUGAR . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896

HOW TO MAKE MAPLE SUGAR . ;( Concluded from page 423 . ) less , the syrup is liable to ferment ; if it weighs more , it will crystallize . Crystallization is in reality no detriment to the syrup , as it is an undeniable indication of its superior quality , for a poor grade of maple syrup never crystallizes . Having proceeded with the manufacture of syrup until it is ready for canning , the greatest care should be exerciseu to retain , as far as possible , its matchless flavor for an indefinite p & riod . It is unfortunately too true that the majority of sugar makers neglect this most important part in good syrup manufacture . A reliable package , and one which will protect its contents , must be hermetically sealed . All air must be absolutely excluded . To accomplish this , the can must be filled to its very brim , with the syrup at a temperature of not less than 150 degrees Fahrenheit , so that when the syrup is cool , the caii will be contracted , rather than expanded...

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SPINACH . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896

SPINACH . S PINACH is one of those garden products which seems to come and go unappreciated . For many years it was cultivated as a plant from which were derived certain medicinal properties , with no thought of its being a desirable vegetable . Later on it came , either by accident or otherwise ,, into more popular use as a vegetable . ,: The following comparison of varieties is , made by an exchange : All the garden varieties . have come from the only known species , Spinacia Oleracea . The variety most generally grown for market purposes is the Round Leaf . This is thought to be the least hardy of any , but is very well adapted for forcing for an early market . Buyers generally prefer it and as it grows very rapidly is easily placed with consumers in the early part of the season , when prices are commensurate with quality . The Prickly Leaved spinach , though it is more hardy than the Round Leaf , is hardly so desirable a variety . Formerly growers preferred this for a fall sowin...

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AGRICULTURAL PUBLICATIONS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896

AGRICULTURAL PUBLICATIONS . ¦¦ The American farmer does not appreciate his advantage over his brother farmer of other countries in the provision the government makes for supplying him with information upon all branches of agriculture by means of books , bulletins and circulars . Not only is the supply ample but each month there v is a . list of all the publications of the current month printed and sent to every one who wishes it , and this without cost to the applicant . We wish our readers would very generally send for these lists as many of the publications sent out are very valuable . For a year past we have each month selected from the lists such publications as we thought of the most interest to our readers and published them , but the list is getting longer and more interesting each month , making its publication take more room in our columns than we feel warranted in giving when the list will be sent as soon as published to all who ask for it . So we advise all to send to the...

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ALFALFA WITHOUT IRRIGATION . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896

ALFALFA WITHOUT IRRIGATION . ( The Purdue University Experiment Station sends out the following bulletin written by Prof . W . 0 . Latta , agriculturist . ) , THE recent abnormally dry seasons have caused a partial or almost a complete failure of clover and other hay crops in many sections . As a result there is an uhiasual iiiquiry about pasture and forage plants that promise a more certain • catch than clover , and are better able to endure drouth than the common clovers and grasses ; Very iiarurally attention has been turned to ait nila and kaffir corn , plants adapted to dry irrigated regions . Alfalfa is prel tM-red by many as it produces a hay equal to clover and has a similar good effect on the soil . Although alfalfa can ; wlien well started , endure drouth better than clover , it cannot produce three or more crops the same , season Without irrigation . , Alfalfa has been , grown at the Indiana experiment station for several years . As ; a result of trial , we find : 1 1 ; T...

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

PRPF 64-page :: iMedical RefU Lli erence Book I IIKHBH lor men and , women who are mm ^^ , mmM afflicted with anyrform of contagious diseases , female troubles , etc . Send two 2cent stamps to pay postage to the leading Bpeoialists and Physicians in the country , t DR . HATHAWAY & CO ., 70 Dearborn St ., Chicago , 111 .

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Page 27 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896

PREMIUI 1 COOKBOOK , THE MODERN KITCHEN , The science of preparing healthful food . By Elizabeth Armstrong . THREEHUNDRED PAGES OF PRACTIGALRECIPES FOR ALL HOUSEKEEPERS . Every method and recipe given is the result of practical experience . The work of a practical housekeeper . Many of the recipes have been used for years in the author s own kitchen . Indeed , the book maybe considered as being largely the outgrowth of a manuscript household book , which has been growing slowly in her hands for more than a quarter -of a century * and which represents the best work of many of the most successful housekeepers . Regular price $ 1 . 00 , cloth - bound ; Paper cover , 50 cents . / rk ^«» Crmnlai ni $£ kv Bound in handsome eloth covers . With this paper one year , postUlir opCClcll Ulier . pai ^ only $ 1 . 60 . Free for two new yearly subscribers at $ 1 . 00 each . TO SUBSCRIBERS , only 25 cents in paper cover , or with paper one year $ 110 . If you have already renewed your subscription ...

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WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896

WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW r - « , *; . GRAIN MARKETS . Chicago , March 23 , 1896 . Wheat closed heavy at bottom prices for the day . May closed 62 c , July 62 % c , a net loss from Saturday of % c . . Russian shipments were posted officially at 2 , 576 , 000 bu the last hour . This raised -worlds shipments to about 550 , 000 bu . No important cash or export business was reported . There was very little response in corn , when wheat advanced % c on the early , business . Later , when wheat broke , corn sagged % c . May sold 29 % @ 29 % c and off to 29 % @ 29 y 2 c . July sold at 30 % c and 30 y 2 c . September sold . 31 % and 31 % @ 31 % . The . local receipts were . 489 cars . Atlantic ports cleared but 75 , 000 bu . This was more than made good by 427 , 000 bu out * at Newport News . Corn on ocean passage decreased for the week 720 , 000 . bu . The visible supply increased 966 , 000 bu . Chicago stocks of corn increased 555 , 000 bu in store and 475 , 000 in vessels . Corn touched 29 % ...

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Page 29 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896

NEW YORK WINN Barred and White P . Rocks , Silver and White Wyandottes . EGGS AND FOWLS FOR SALE . Catalogue of America s greatest hen farm free . A . C . HAWKINS , Lock-Box 31 . lianca « terrMa « e » Please mention the Western Rural . . A 111 f | OAVTItB , HOGS AND SHE 1 F OR P^ BUNKER & GOGHRAN Z __« LIVE STOCK COMMISSION , Union Stoek Yards .... OSaOA € ( € » [ SSstablUhed X 8 T 1 . ] Square treatment and satisfaction guaranteed . Wf sell every man s stock fairly on Its merits an < give him as good treatment whether he ships us one car or a hundred oars . 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 mention the Western Rural . BA* ^ AT M. M. FREEMAN & CO ., Commission . UJ% ^ TH-A. Y\ A. aST 3 > STRAW , T ^ T AWMgWA B Commerce Bldg ., 16 Pacific Ave ., Chicago . H I i ^ ^ m B cbrrespoudence and consignment...

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' -.-.. '• Women 's . Confidence ! [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896

.-.. • Women s . Confidence ! IT IS GIVEN WHERE IT IS DESERVED NOT . EASY : . TO DECEIVE THEM ABOUT IM- - PORTANT THINGS . A woman in . search of bargains is a favorite subject for joking among the humorous writers for the press . They like to tell funny stories about her expenditure of numerous car fares and prodigious energy , all in pursuit of sohie trivial mark-down . But these witty gentlemen know ir > their heart of hearts that when a woman sets out to save money she can do it in a fashion which makes the boasted acuteness of the male sex look silly by comparison . When a man undertakes to buy his own furnishings and apparel without the aid of womanly suggestion and advice he begins to realize that women are less easily taken in than he imagined . His philosophy may be very keen and scientific but all the same he pays a dollar and a half for a poorer shirt than his . wife or sister , will buy him for ninety-seven cents—when she wants to . WOMEN KEEP THEIR EYES OPEN ...

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The Western Rural QUERIST COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896

The Western Rural QUERIST COLUMN * lgn your name and address to all letters for this department . We take no notice of unsigned communications . We will not publish the 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 Monadnbck Building , Chicago . 3 wlng 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 aee . of $ ] per question . SUSPENSION BRIDGES—Please tell me the number of suspension bridges in the United States?—• ¦ . - ¦ :. ¦¦ v : ¦ ¦;• ¦ • ¦• : —We have no means of knowing . COCOA SHELLS . —What are cocoa shells used ; for?—Subscriber . —Making a drink instead of coffee . BOOK ON ENGINEERING . —Where can I —Young Engineers Guide is . the book : you want ....

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Page 31 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896

HOC WO ¦ ¦ , ntero , tod ta Milt IUU the SOUTH TSubscribe for the RdSBLA ^ D HERALD and learn all about the Northern Colony it Roseland , Louisiana . Address , HOYT A REIOHBET , Publishers , Roseland , La . Special offer to new subscribers : 60 ciB . i per year ; four months , 25 cts . •* THE NEW HYGIENE , 3 fcrJAs . w . WILSQN . Agents can make money by handling this fast selling- book . We have just issued the forty-first edition . Write for prices by the . dozen or hundred . THE WESTERN RURAL . 215 Madison St ., Chicago Northwestern University EVANSTON AND CHICAGO , ILL . The University has a College of Liberal Arte , » School of Medicine , School of Law . a School of Pharmacy , and a School of Dentistry The Garrett Biblical Institute supplies the place of a College of Theology . It has a preparatory School and a School of Oratory and Music . The University has one hundred and fllty prof essors and instructors and more than 2 , 200 students . For catalogues address President HENB...

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Page 32 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 26 March 1896

$ 10 , 000 FOR WOMEN . $ 1 , 000 for the One Who Guesses Best ! A YEAR AGO The Chicago Record offered $ 30 , 000 in cashprizes to authors for the best stories of mystery . The stories • were so called because it was required that a mystery should run through . the entire story and be disclosed only in the last chapter , the purpose being to give CASH PRIZES to those readers of The Chicago Record who should be ableto solve the mystery , or come nearest to a correct solution of it v IN ADVANCE of the publication .-pfthe last chapter in the paperi , .- . The award of authors prizes has just been made . Stories from all parts of the English-speaking world , to the number of 816 , were , entered in the competition . Twelve cash prizes , were offered for the twelve best stories . The first prize was $ 10 , 000 , and was won by Harry Stiliwell Edwards , of Macon , Ga . ^ His story is entitled : Sons and Fathers , and ITS PUBLICATION BEGAN IN THE CHICAGO chapter , during which period the gu...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896

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GINSENG CULTURE . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896

GINSENG CULTURE . ¦ ¦ Me have received a number of questions about ginseng , its culture , price of seed and roots and other matters pertain-ing-to it . We wrote to J . W . Sears , Somerset * Kentucky , and asked him to prepare us an article on the culture of ginseng . He writes us that he will and have it ready by August 1 st , which will be in abundant time for planting the next crop . He says he plants roots and they produce seed , and plants seed and they produce roots . He sells roots to planters to start with , as they produce results so much quicker . He inclosed a circular from which we take the following , which answers many of the questions we have received :, I will give you my method of growing ginseng root for market , based upon four or five years of practical experience . Grub up all the undergrowth , leaving saplings and large timber enough to make sufficient shade for the plants . Dig or plow up the ground loose . Make beds three feet wide and any length convenient ...

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