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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
*™™ S £ 3 P W / HAT IS BRIGHTER , more attracBSY ^ R- BAOT ^^ yy tive , than the homestead painted DA m CKAMKbur gh . white , with green blinds ? It may FA ?^! I 0 CK pittsbureh- not suit the critic , but we like it and it will ANCHOR i , ECKSTEIN ; CSlldnnatl pleaise the owner . Painted with ATLANTIC J .. ¦ ¦ , _ ¦ - ———_ . _ . ™ ™ Pure W ^ hite Lead JEWETT ,-.: ¦¦ ™ SXER and Pure Linseed Oil , it will look fresh and UNION J ¦ t . . • ¦ • , - . - 1 ¦ •&gt;• ¦ SOUTHERN * clean longer than anything else ; if properly , BHiPMAN t CbbMgo applied , it will not scale , chip , or chalk off , COLLIER -j kut forms a perfect base for subsequent reMISS 0 UR 1 . . . , - •&gt;¦ ¦ . t RED SEAL SfcLon ! fl - painting ; is therefore economical . SOUTHERN To be sure of getting Pure White Lead ; examine the brand ( see list of ¦ genuine brands ) . Any shade of color desired can be easily _ obtained by J 0 HNT . LEWIS 4 BR 0 S . C 0 using NATIONAL LEAD CO . S brands of Pure White Lead...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
ED MX . HABDT , Abingdon , 111 ., tanner Of hides , furs and manufacturer of black cattle rohei , ooats , rags , gloves , etc . Pore-bred cattle for sale . &gt; TO . CALLAHAN Friend , Neb . Fine Stock • sales a specialty . Have made over 800 sales and will guarantee satisfaction . _ % _ Thoroughbred Registered stock DUROC-JERSEY HOGS . HSo &amp; nW and history . JOHN M . STONEBRAKER . Panola . Ill . Please mention the Western Rural . JL JACKS AND JENNETS ^^^^ I ^ Bkv Large Assortment . VSPRf ] Prize-winning Blood . V ~ fl Fair dealing . Mule breeding solves _^ M ^^ JL 1 the profit of the horse trade . For par9 B _ WmM \\* v , m ticulars write A . W . HOPKINS , PERTT , la * , ! .. Please mention the Western Rural . SCOTTS CELEBRATED 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 . M...
Fins , Feathers and Honey Bees [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
Fins , Feathers and Honey Bees BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS . The accompanying fine illustration shows the popular farmer s fowl—the Plymouth Rock . No breed has been received with more favor by farmers and market poultry men of the count ry . They are good winter layers of brown eggs anil make a plump , meaty broiler at eight to ten weeks old and heavy roasters at twelve to sixteen weeks old . They orig inated in New England and are well &gt; . adapted to all climates , being hardy and i vigorous . Our illustration was sketched from life from the breeding pen that won first and special prizes at the great poultry exhibition held at Madison Square Garden , New York City , owned by Mr . A . C . Hawkins , Lancaster , Mass ., who has bred this variety for twenty years . Mr . Hawkins also breeds the White Plymouth Rocks , which are sports from the Barred variety , and have about the same characteristics . Mr . Hawkins raises about 4 , 000 chickens annually and has one of the . largest ...
VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
VETERINARY The several departments of this paper are for the a e arid convenience of . Its subscribers exclubivi ly Tnti ee lwishin g advice in 1 this column will please s ate 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 11 re stock , it is necessary that we be exactly Informed of the symptoms as observed , else it will be impossible to fuUy understand and presence for the ease . We cannot answer veterinary Inquiries by mail , -unless 11 ( the regular veterinary fee ) is inclosed . CHRONIC CATARRH . —My horse has a discharge at the nose on one side . It is white , -and a watery stuff with it . Has been so about four months . It now smells .- 1 - ! . * lP . Bower , Mich . —This may come from an ulcerated tooth , -and hence the teeth should be , thoroughly examined to remove any offending member and the nasal simises trephined and . thoroughly -cleansed and p...
BRINGING UP WQBN OUT LAND . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
BRINGING UP WQBN OUT LAND . Barnyardmanure Is one of the best feeders , red clover is the uext best plant food ; Prepare ground in the spring for barley . ^ 3 ow four to six q 11 a its clover seed to the • acre ; , when &gt; barley is out let the clover arrow until fa 11 . ! plow under and seed to wheat , the t ollowing spring sow to clover airh iu . When clover begins to blossom ¦ t he . following , spring plow under as big a growth as you can , then stir the ground occasionally to keep the weeds down , and sow to anything you wish ; that is my experience in New York state . Hays City . A young Michigan farmer writes : This is the way I am doing . I buy manure from town . Last fall I sowed rye on all ground that I intend to plant to corn and potatoes this spring . I shall let it grow till about May 10 . If we have an early spring it will be large and I will turn it under . Last spring I plowed ; a ; field and harrowed it twice , and sowed to doyer . It lived through the hot...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
MONEY FOUND By buyingr from us Fruit Trees , Roses , Shrubs , Ornamental Trees , etc . Write for our 1896 Catalogue ( do it now ) and we will send it to you free . It s full of the choicest kinds . By planting this spring you will be : a season ahead . GLOBE NURSERY CO ., Rochester , N . Y . . Please mention the Western Rural . Tfl BUGGIES , PHAETONS , SURRIES , WAGONS , T-W iiiihWn CARTS , HARNESS , SADDLES , BICYCLES , &amp; c . - ^ jjflBf ___ y __ W __ m _ W __\ i __ \ At factory prices . Our record for the past eight yearn is the beat fuar * /^ HjflaR ^ \ _ rWSf § AnV 9 lKQ untK 91 thftt we turn out the finest , strongest and lowest priced vehicles wKWJ / JlbJIw Xa * QJ ? QS » Yy in the world , for the money . All worK guaranteed . Send for our beau- &gt; ClJ # Iv »** 3 j ^ r : ¦¦ . •« A tint * « M . tifully illustrated Catalog for 18 % . Prices in plain figures . Offices , sales- JTUn 4 a . tM . Style , riniib . rooms , factories : Court St . Alliance Carriage C...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
LOOK HERE ! If you are in need of a LARGE ENGLISH BERKSHIRE JffOG ? , any age , ana of the best of breeding , or a Shorthorn bull , a big red fellow , bred up in the purple and a prize winner , address DEMTBB 08 ., Macedon , Ohio . Please mention the Western Rural . f THE V Oriole Feed MilU , Grinds fine , fast and easy , lowest in price , most durable . Send for circular and testimonials ., WILSON BROS ., SOLE MFGRS . . Eas £ on , Pa . POTATOES , 90 c A BBL PRICES REDUCED . Am . Wonder , Irish Daisy , Orphan , Bural No , 2 , at 90 c . Early Ohio , Six Weeks , Early Market , Ohio , Jr ., New Queen , Wis . Beauty , Polaris , Freeman , etc ., ab $ 1 . 50 . Worlds Fair at 81 . 40 . Great FDivlde at $ l . r 5 . Maggie Murphy at $ 125 . Carman No . 1 at $ 2 . 00 . Garman ^ No . 3 at $ 5 . 50 . Order quick . L . L . OLDS , Clinton , Rock Co ,, Wis . • ¦¦¦• ¦¦¦ lpiWflilH ^ MiMdiff ^ ifi ^ ii | 5 ¦ « &lt;¦ kl = B == BBfi = Si ? Sf 1 l 3 ™? formation re- &gt; I ffl BJL— . BUm...
Farm , Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
Farm , Garden and Orchard CORN IN FLORIDA . AT one time Florida ran to oranges almost to the exclusion of other staple crops on a large scale . But this is no reason , as far as the soil and climate is concerned , why the general agriculture should not be greatly extended and be as profitable as in any of the other Southern States . Since the great freeze , crops have become more diversified . The following figures relating to the corn crop are accurate and taken from the Government reports : Crop of 1893 , 4 , 909 , 364 bushels ; crop of 1894 , 5 , 214 , 044 ; crop of 1895 , 6 , 186 ,- 645 . Florida is bound to be one of the most prosperous of the states , as its resources become better known . While it is true that any agricultural product raised in the South will grow to perfection in Florida , it is , also , true that there are semi-tropical fruits peculiarly adopted to its soil and climate which cannot be raised in other States . NATURAL PLANT FOOD . N ) T verylong since we had...
NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
NOTES . —Prof . Taft of the Michigan Agricultural College , has written an article on Weeds and Tillage , and Prof . Hunt of the Ohio Agricultural College , on Shallow vs . Deep Cultivation . You can get copies of them free by sending to Desk No . 8 , The Z . B . reed-Weeder Co ., 26 Merchants Row , Boston , Mass . —Fruit bloom buds will soon begin to burst in all sections of the country . Then to insure a crop spraying will be necessary . What arrangement have you made to do the work ? If a potato grower , have you laid any plans to combat bug or fungi pests with spraying ? It will be too late after the crop is lost . Why not do it now . Send to Thomas Pepplen , Hightstown , N . J ., for his circulars about the two-row sprinkler and sprayer . His IV Q . Box Is 160 . See his advertisement in this paper . —South Carolina has a law which is very severe on those who offer fertilizers as much as three per cent , below the guarantee printed on the bag , and as a result the State Experime...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
* * •^ * # tfyVVVV &lt; r ^ rV ^ Wr ^ rV , &lt; ffrVV VVV ^^ r ^ r * » ! lUke - * A Whole I ; Vaoghto s ^ Vegetable l best v ^ ml &gt; $ &amp; n-ffirrlnn « ; *^ dllto Wrofiw ! I torae ^^^ S ^ FOR Onp • ap-Socasy . -ifr &amp; ^ ren . ( 2 DIMES ) ZUu | Vflheaper thon Eattng \ \ 4 Packets POStp &amp; ld I j \ Rucon All Summer . / ¦ ¦ ¦ , / Here is the list : 1 pkt . Badisbes , 6 kinds , ( i 1 mixed ; 1 pkt . Lettuce , Big Boston : 1 pkt . Beet , • Vaughan s Earliest Egyptian ; 1 pkt . Cabbage , i Savoy , sweetest ; 1 pkt . Squash . Dehcata ; 1 pkt . « ; ¦ Onion , Vaughan s Early Pickling ; 1 pkt . Musk i . ¦ . Melon , Delmonico ; 1 pkt . Cucumber , Japanese , „ Climbing ; 1 Pkt . Parsley ;! pkt . Parsnip , Sugar ; . I pkt . Pumpkin , Pie ; 1 pkt . Tomato . lRed andYel- • » low , mixed ; 1 pkt . Carrot , Half Long ; 1 pkt . Oys- V i ter Plant . Mammoth , Total , 14 ; also PBBE . if • , I you mention this paper , one mixed pkt . of our i Wo...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
iixperience has proven conclusively that better grapes and peaches , and more of them , are produced when Potash is liberally applied . To insure a full crop 6 choicest quality use a fertilizer containing not less than 10 % Actual Potash . Orchards and vineyards treated with Potash are comparatively free from • insects and plant disease . • Our pamphlets are not advertising circulars booming 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 askincr GERMAN KALI WORKS , 03 Nassau St .. New York . _ # *** __[ _ T \ \ \ _ f TDKC TESTED 70 YEJHg V I AlflV IRErErv Salesmen and club ^ k I £ ¦ j \ iflCI ^ I ¦ I * 1 makers wanted for ¦ Pi * fit All r I * 1111 s * ark » Louisiana , Vr sT » MTBMtMwS \ I 1 lU 11 Mo ., ¦ tockport . IHs . fMw ywwy ww ^ MWMWflftrtfl nn m i POTATOES f ^ i i Largest growers of POTATOES for Seed ln , , America . The Rural New-Yorker gives Sal-...
COLONY NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
COLONY NEWS CALIFORNIA EXCURSION . Our April 9 th excursion to Fair Oaks will go out via the Chicago , Rock Island and Pacific railway . The following is the leaving time from important points from Chicago via Kansas City : Lv . Chicago , 111 . ( C . R . I . &amp; P . Ry ) .... . . - * . * . * . ... :: .. 5 : 45 p . m . Lv . Englewood , 111 ; ( C . R . I . &amp; . Ry ) Lv . Joliet , Ili : ( C . R . L &amp; P . Ry ^^ ^ ^^ ^ ^^ ^^^ ^ ; Lv . Davenport , Iowa ( C . R . I . *&amp; P . Ry ) • •• •• •• •• , • • ¦ • • - • • - •¦• - ¦• - • - ••¦• -Lvf mKJ \ J - yj * - XXX i Lv . Washington , Iowa ( C . R . I . &amp; P . RyJ • • • • « • . ••• : • , ¦ • . • • • • • * . * ••• • J-M tfjfj Cbt ) XXX 1 Lv . Kansas City , Mo . ( C . R . I . &amp; . P . Ry ) • • . • . • • • • • • . • • •• • « • • • , •¦• •• • JL mtJf-9 CLm XXX i Lv . Topeka , Kan . ( C . R . I . &amp; P . Ry . ) : ; ...... .................. l : 10 p . m , Lv . Bellevile , Kan ...
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
jj ADVERTISEMENTS , ^ We believe the firm s who advertise ^ T 8 in our columns are reliable and trust- n worthy and that they will deal hon- A 5 estly with our subscribers . V Any subscriber having cause for hS complaint will do us a favor by send- « ing the details , upon - receipt of which n we will make careful investigation , jx We can not , however , attempt to adjust y trifling differences between subscribers . &amp; and honorable advertisers . V It will be to your interest , and get M you the best of service , if you always 4 . mention this paper when writing to ad- W vertisers . i * _
Page 14 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
j OT MEDICAL ^ V ^ TREATMENT . ^ If you want the best expert and scientific treat ment by the leading physicians and specialists of the country , consult only DB . HATHAWAI &lt; to CO ., TO Dearborn St ., Ohlcaso , 111 . All Chronic Diseases of men and women , Private , Skin Blood and Nervous Diseases . Cases treated by mai all over the world by sending fbr Symptom Blanl » No . 1 for men , No . 2 for women . No . 3 , Skin DiseasesNo . 4 for Catarrh . Best of references .
THE FARMERS' SIDE [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
THE FARMERS SIDE MORE FINANCIAL PLATFORM JUGGLERY . The financial plank adopted at the late New York State Republican Convention fortunately avoided the twaddle contained in the much overworked parity phrase used in the national platforms of the two leading parties of 1892 ^ as well as in the purchasing clause . . repeal of November , 1893 , and in the Ohio Republican platform of 1896 . The specialty of the New York platform is International Bimetallism . It is evident from the tone of this platform that the New York Republican politicians are unwilling to go before the people of the United States making an outright demand for the gold standard as a permanent system / They object to what they describe as , tiiea ^ tempt to degrade the standard of our ^ monetary system , by the movement in faVbr of the free ^ coinage of silver . While inItMs ^ platform we find an open protest against the free coinage of silver , butthis isi nottheir only objection , as we know \* ery well from the of...