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SWEET CLOVER ALFALFA . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
SWEET CLOVER ALFALFA . THE question of planting for honey and pasturage is one of the most important subjects in relation to bee-keeping , especially when we consider the changing conditions going on around us , our forests being removed , the flora changed , making bee-keeping as a specialty a very uncertain occupation . I do not intend saying much on the subject , as the last season left convincing proof of the necessity of increasing our pasturage by sowing of honey-producing plants . In this section bee-keepers within reach of sweet clover can report 100 per cent increase , and some wonderful yields of comb honey ; bees going into winter quarters heavy with naural stores , and strong in bees . The question I wish more particularly to refer to is alfalfa as a honey-plant . From the glowing accounts of the great yields of honey from the alfalfa fields of the south and southwestern States , one worJd be led to believe that the same results might be expected from alfalfa wherever u ...
THE-WOOL BUSINESS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
THE-WOOL BUSINESS . One of the encouraging features of the Chicago- wool market is the removal of Messrs . Silberman Bros , from their present location at 108-114 Michigan St . to 122-8 Michigan St . cor . La Salle Ave . This building contains some of the best wool lofts in the city . Three good sized commission houses vacate it and Messrs . Silberman Bros , take possession and : . will occupy the entire space heretofore used by the three—the seven-story building . Their large business requires them to seek larger quarters . They are anticipating plenty of consignments during the coming season . NURSERY STOCK CHEAP . Geo . C . Hanford , Makanda , 111 ., offers Trees and Plants very low . Write him for prices . He also , offers this paper as a premium .
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
Waterproof : Vacuum Leather Oil , if freely applied . Get a can at a harness-or shoe-store , 25 c a half-pint to $ 1 . 25 a gallon ; book ^ How to Take . Care of Leather , and swob , both free ; use enough to find out ; if you dont like it , take the can back arid get the whole of your money . Sold only in cans , to make sure of fair dealing everywhere—handy cans . Best oil for farm machinery also . If you cant find it , write to VACUUM OIL COMPANY , Rochester , N . Y . TITfinPT nnfill All about ferrets , 10 cents . VTHwir I HI 11 IK Trained ferrets cheap : S . ILIlltLI IIUUH Farnsworth , New London , © . EGGS FROM PREMIUM BIRDS . B . and W . Eocks , Langshan , S . C . B . Leghorn , Lt . Brahm ts , White Guineas , $ 1 . 00 per sitting ; Indian Game , $ 1 . 50 per sitting ; M . B . Turkey Eggs , $ 2 . 00 per 10 ; Pekin and Rouen Duck Eggs , $ 1 . 00 per 10 . Yorkshire and Victoria Pigs . - H . P . WEST , Fayettevllle , Wis . NEW YORK WINNERS . Barred and White P . Rocks , Silver and ...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
BJV JiriJr XJ / rvO Sample copy ol GLEANINGS &gt; INJ 3 EE CULTURE . A Handsomely Illustrated DAA CiinnllOC Magazine , and Catalog of DUB OUUpilBS FREE . THE A . I . ROOT CO ., Medina , O Please mention the Western EuraL ^^___ , 9 E 2 Hand Bono , Sholl , « n # ZL ^ BBV ** Corn Mills for Poultry men . ¦ J ^^ Bi Daisy Bone Cutter . Power Mills . Vf ^^ BWrL C !&amp; cnl » r and testimonials Free . * ^ 4 ^ g ^ -WlIi 80 trBl * tOg .. Beaton , P « . Please mention the Western Rural . | l |* r UMIfr on hand a fine lot of land and water Wr nHlL fowls , and prices to suit hard times II Li Send for price-list and order at once . MRS . J . C . FLrMB , Milton , Wis . POTJ LTKY VERY CHEAP TO CLOSE OUT Flock Black Langshans , very fine at $ 1 . 50 each . Embden Geese , $ 3 . 00 per pair . Three geese and one gander , Toulouse , for $ o . Pekin Ducks $ 1 . 50 each , either sex . EDWIN BOTEK , Thorntown , lna . BREEDER OF FANCY POULTRY SSSW ! Bock , P . Cochin , L . Brahmas , B . La...
NO MO £ E WARS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
NO MO £ E WARS . \ . X / HY should any nation on * the globe be more ready Yy -to-adopt a-policy of arbitration , as against any possible war , than the United States ? We are numerically and . in resources of wealth , to furnish the sinews of war , so strong that no one could accuse us of timidity as a motive ; in our great civil war we raised and equipped armies that would compare favorably with those of any country and of all history ; with an Anglo-Saxon foe and forces , often equal in number , equipment and valor , the campaigns and battles were on such a scale as to leave no room for doubt as to the bravery and fighting quali ties of the American people . We could not be accused of cowardice as a motive in a positive forward movement towards arbitration . . 7 As a Christian nation ; in bur traditions ; history , literature devoted to a policy of peace with all nations • as a leader and exeniplifier of enlightened government ; as a promoter of science , learning and ah advanced...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
... SPECIAL OFFER ... The special offer made by letter to subscribers whose subscriptions have expired , which was limited to April 1 , is hereby extended to May I . This paper will be sent to each subscriber . It is particularly requested that they should send in their subscriptions as soon as possible in order to get the benefit of our seed offer in time to be of use this year . ;
IGNORANCE OR WORSE . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
IGNORANCE OR WORSE . THE Republican politicians of Wisconsin have met and declared . The following is the prodigy brought forth in the shape of a financial plank on which the rank and file of the party are expected to stand and blindly vote at the coming election : The Republicans of Wisconsin are unyielding in their demand for honest money . We are unalterably opposed to any scheme that will give to this country a depreciated or debased currency . We favor the use of silver as currency , but to the extent only and under such restrictions that its parity with gold can be maintained . It is needless to say that it is the voice of the politicians which has spoken with such uncertain sound and not of the . people . If the people had the opportunity of speaking on this question they would meet it fairly . Democrats and Populists , Prohibitionists , in fact every man , woman and child in the United States who knows anything , about money are equally unyielding in their , demand for hones...
Daily Doings [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
Daily Doings MONDAY ,. MARCH 23 . —Cuban resolutions in the United States Senate are recommitted to be remodeled . - —Clash between striking tailors and-those who took their places in Chicago . One man severely hurt . —The Wilmington ( Del . ) Methodist Episcopal Conference , by a vote of 109 to 17 , favored admitting women to the annual conferences . —Thomas Hughes , Q . ¦¦ C . , author of Tom Brown s School Days , Tom Brown at Oxford , etc ., died in London , England , aged seventy-three years . — The republic of Honduras continues under martial law in view of the revolt in Nicaragua and the aid extended to President Zelaya . by President Bonilla . . — Adjutant Christopher C . Herron , second in command to Brigadier General Fielding , of the Northwest division of the Salvation 1 army , joins the Volunteers . —The Supreme Court of the United States rendered a decision which compels an unwilling witness to testify before the Interstate Commerce Commission , notwithstanding he may pl...
SLAVES OF PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
SLAVES OF PARTY C ORRUPTION , a reign of boodle and of terror , drunken and disorderly aldermen , thugs and highwaymen on the streets , a disgraceful bartering of public rights toprivate corporations , a civic government in which every manliashis price , this is the picture of Chicago &gt; drawn by the Municipal Voters League , and every citizen blushes for shame as he realizes the truth of it , and that he himself istb blame for it irievery case where he has let partisan leaders direct his vote , as if he were a blind puppet The Voters * * League is a movement for non-par-tisan , intelligent voting among city men , an attempt to get out 6 i the slough in which their blindness has landed them . Does it not contain a lesson for every intelligent voter in the country ? Does not a similar condition of things obtain in national affairs ? In the city government the party names have been used to coerce voters and even honest but timid aldermen for many years , while the gang have ...
WASTING TIME . J , '• [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
WASTING TIME . J , • W HEN the present Congress was elected those who had a hand in turning down the last one for its worse than uselessness , and in rebuking the administration for its seefning alliance with the Wall street . gambling interests hoped that the new Congress would at least make an attempt to relieve the industrial interests of the country from the great depression under which they are struggling . It seems , however , that they , are to be doomed to disappointment . The Ukase went forth from the leaders at the outset , that nothing should , be done except pass the appropriation bills . This do nothing policy has been religiously followed . The only bills allowed to pass in any way , in touch with the vital questions of the day were a bond bill which would make it easier for the administration to borrow money , and a horizontal tariff bill raising the tariff duties fifteen per cent . Fortunately , the Senate , in its better wisdom , refused to sanction the former , but...
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Wwizw % .. ,. _ j ^* ^^^^ WHE ^ J \ ^ • / rV ^^ uC ^ -- ; ^ - ^ j ^ L ; , ^^ ^ M ^^ v /* * A ^ W ^ i ^ i ^ i ^ VEy ^ C . AJEiville ^* - • It was a pretty picture , framed by the white curtains tied back on either side , that met the gaze of Harold Underwoodas ; he made a little detour in his way from the stables on purpose to take it in . It was only the kitchen and iiviiig-room end of a two-roomed log 7 cabin , 7 The walls were uneven but as white as inany coats of whitewash could make them , and dotted with bright bits of landscape in home-made frames . A small clock ticked away on a corner shelf , while oh the shelves below was a family library . Another window was curtained like the one at which he stood , and there were green things growing and blossoiming 7 on ? the sill .- By it stood a smalt wooden rocker cushioned in red , and by this a stand of the hour-glass fashion , covered with the sarhe r ; bright color . On the stand was a bit ( D &gt; f wrhite needlework and...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
Wt » SMOKE YOUR MEAT WITH * WS LWUID EXTRACT ^ Qg HI %## ! Dialogues , Speakers , for School , If I H W Xciub and Parlor . Catalogue tree . 1 laft I VT . S . Denison . Publisher , Chicago IU . IP ^ The Rocker Washer HKlismf ^ B k warranted to wash 100 PIECES IN ^ MfHONE HOUR * as clean as can be washed /&gt; W \ on tbe washboard . Write for prices and descnp- &gt;^ SjCA . « on . ROCKER WASHER CO ... •» \^ liberal Inducements to live mtt *** . BU Wayne , loOa ttUUkfi ^^ DllCITIlfCl Uthe Best Offer ¦ pM &amp; rUbl I IVbLY ever made . ^ ___ W _ t _^ ___ S ^^^^ ELi } : l \ -ATia Singer worth $ 40 W _ W = __&amp; 5 BBBgSjg TloT $ 12 . 50 . A ten year guarantee ^ HsfVVn ] Kf ] with every mach i ne . We offer Ira ifra ^ 1 3 as a leader for 30 days . rLl A ** V 1 KH We wan t to get you started with s S Ply jVH one of the most reliable and cheap- ***! IT __ ii [ fl 3 est wholesale house in the world . EM IW ^^ Tl We mean what we say . Send no s _ •• money . bu...
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i -TJ rtft ** -fw ^* - - ^^ Tjr ^ mi EHv li tf—!!!! fxljfl ! * ^ u—— _ Jay •** # ^^^ m ^ ilm ^^ JMS ^^ ¦ _ ; ^ ^ W ^^ W ^^^ pffERJIE ^ ! v - &lt; f ^^^ HrX - ^ . ^ ^ * K v /» l ^ - I Vi ^ II \ r , n In the countless green blades of the meadow , The sheen of the daffodil s gold , In the tremulous blue on the mountains , The opaline mist on the wold ,. In . the tinkle of brooks through the pasture , The river s strong sweep to the sea , Are signs of the day that is hasting In gladness to you and to me . Risen Indeed Ethel Morrison sat in her cozy room busily working at a bit of fancy work . She was so busy she hardly heard her mother calling her , and at first she did not answer , so engrossed was she 1 with the lovely work . The lillies growing on the lovely linen were certainly coming to look like Easter lilies with their great glorious beauty . The soft Asiatic silks with which the work was done gave them a glistening look very natural , indeed , and the work was so finely ...
Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 April 1896
1896 The Western Rural 46 ^ BY SPECIAL REQUEST . THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME ! We renew you the Rare Offer we made you one year ago until May 4 , 1896 . By special request of the many readers of the WESTERN RURAL who were unable to take advantage of our very liberal offer of one year ago , we will renew it one more time only , so as to give every person who is sick a chance to be cured at the cost of the medicine alone . We will send to tjie readers of the 5 . Do you blow out scabs . 8 . Is your hearing bad cloudy days Western / Rural . for the purpose of intro- This form of catarrh is the easiest to cure ! 9 . Do you have earache occasionally ........ ducirig ourwonderful treatment and ^ cure . for , ^ 10 Do you constantly hear noises in ears ... ^^ aLSSJ ^ SisS ^ ^ S ^ S Catarrh , of Bronchial Tubes « - »» «„ «» *»* when : ** ¦*»* «* nose month s full treatment on receipt of $ 5 . This . treatment consists of the latest . improved in- When the catarrh of the head and throat is 12 . D...