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Hoteafrom Walworth COB ,. '_ W __ VUM __ __^' ..-: ' I [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 18 July 1868

Hoteafrom Walworth COB ,. _ W __ VUM __ __^ ..-: I , ; We a * o baring unusualiy warm weatherand quStewet .- Thegrowthi ofrgrahi is very heavy and very much prostrtrtedby frequent - . ¦ tbrm _} , ; , « fC , wind ., and .. tsii . l . ; r fiam ; . aevei : i looked better . Tbe hay . . .: «^ rie .. co _ Mider- ~ : i . ablym __ wd ; rtd meadows were ktlleid out : ; by the dry ; weather of lkst Fall ; arid ^ spme : f pieces of new . seeding aiff lbobrtrar finely . V ; On an average about half a crop of hayi > ., J-Very-ltttTe movement , in t ^ ie wool . trade . Local , ; buycjrs are offbrtn g about , 85 cents , . I while Jhrniers are ; hblding-, for . 40 cent s . ;• There has ; been but v one * Eastern buyer-V ^ hrpusbhere , and he , was Immediately tele ^ i graph edtb- from Cblcagot . thiat they would . fttrnish him allihe . Wool hewantedifOrflve • ceritsper . pprindless than he . could obtain -. f it of thi fSr ___ er _ t . *; ( , 7 . ; , : \\ ; • :, . > - &am...

Publication Title: Western Rural
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
';¦ ¦ . -fe , iJeWuWifeiDom ; SriiB _ r : , r , r ; "' - ! i [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 18 July 1868

;¦ ¦ . -fe , iJeWuWifeiDom ; SriiB _ r : , r , r ; - ! i - Afe the late saleof ho * seerby-r A . J . Alex-r ^ i ander , Es ^ iit -WdoSaburnParmy fo w ^^ Y ; ford . go . ;; Ky ,. ; ;^ 1 tboro ^ bred ; l _ orses and ^ c 6 Ite ra |^; 25 . head of ti ^ Ung stock were . , sold ; Of the : thoroughbreds 2 < J were sired ! by-Lexington ; ahd 21 br At _ stral | an . / The \ r tbe . h . lghest ^ rice obtained was $ 2 , 000 , fcir . which sum a stallion colt . of 1867 , and , a . filly of . 1887 , both-by Lexington ; were sold , . For another , colt of ; 1887 ,. also by Lexington , $ 1 , 725 was obtained . A three ., years old frotting stallion , by Abdallah sold tor . $ 1 , 038 . Generally , q ^ te good prices were , obtained . ¦• ¦ • > SCIENTIFIC EXFIOKTNO : EXPEDITION ;— . -. Under the command of Prof . J . W . PowEti ; , r < ¦ an exploring party of 81 gentlemen and two ladles have started on an extensive tour in Colorado and New Mexico . , It is expected . ...

Publication Title: Western Rural
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE IrIOBT « AOKD * OMBBTEAD [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 18 July 1868

THE IrIOBT « AOKD * OMBBTEAD ¦) . ! : ; . ;• lOonclnded from Page 336 . ] . ! t ; - .. |> , . . . ! TWO , persons . are seated near the . broad fireplace . One is Farmer Marison , though not the same unwrlnkled cheery man as of old . Many a furrow is indented on his Once smooth brow , aed his once dark hair , Is now silvered . Old Timet Thou and trouble hast borne hardly on our old friend . The other occupant of the room Is a woman the farmer has taken to fill the void left In his heart by the death of the mother of his son , His sou ! Where is that coble boy of his heart , and the . light of his , eyes . Does the cold wind without , howl over his grave , or is be still among the . living ? ., Ohl Farmer Manson knows . not . Through the agency of his boy s stepmother he had turned him adrift on the cold world , all Unmindful of the promise made on that golden Summer , afternoon , when the love of his youth went put from him forever .,, , But had , not the avenging angel a...

Publication Title: Western Rural
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,: Pntar * of Chicago .- [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 18 July 1868

,: Pntar * of Chicago .- Some months ago 1 we ventured the prediction that Chicago would contain in 1880 six hund red thousand inhabitants , and in 1890 a mllion .. This prediction was based largely upon what it had done in the way of growth since 1830 , without placing the strongest reliance , bri What , seems highly jproable , If , not inevitable , vizi that itjis - destined to | l : e come the great central city of this continent Some thought the figures too high , others too low . We believe they were low enough , and are not yet disposed to change them . At that time we assuiacdj in order to be Safe that its population was 210 , 000 . A Census just completed by the sanitary agents of the Health Commissioners shows that the present population of Chicago is 240 , 044 , an in-, crease since the census of 1865 of 61 , 500 , or more than 34 per cent , in three years : This like every thing else connected with the growth , of of Chicago , seems marvelous to those who do not measure t...

Publication Title: Western Rural
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The Snail-Sellen of Paris . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 18 July 1868

The Snail-Sellen of Paris . Of ail the sights in Paris , none is more curious than the , snail-seller .. He trundles a large and shallow handcart through r the streets , covered with huge ; snails , crawling all oyer the side of the cart , with horns extended , and house on back . A dozen can be purchased for the small sum of two sous ; you can select them yourself , -and carry them away in a paper bag . Some people eat them raw , like oysters ; others roast-them with savory herbs . The best snails come from Burgundy In the Autumn , and are fattcnedon the vind leaves . Those- now selling are gathered iu every ditch , outside the city , the several cemeteries yielding the largest supplies . ¦ ¦ MOTH PATCHES , FBECKI . ES AND TAN . — The only reliable remedy for those brown dis . colorations on the fcr . e is , . Perry s Moth . and Freckle Lotion . Prepared only by Dr . PEBRY 49 B 6 udst ., N . Y ; . Sold everywhere . 303 A Card . .-.. • Ki - i . Ai __ . zob , Mich ., July 11 , 1868 ....

Publication Title: Western Rural
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Letters of ^ ckhowlddgment SATISFACTION WITH PREMIUHS [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 18 July 1868

Letters of ^ ckhowlddgment SATISFACTION WITH PREMIUHS How tfao , We » te _ m JE * iM * al - : . ¦¦ . «« Taltes . V - . We give a few extracts from a great num- - ber of letters we have received in acknowl- , edgment of premiums . forwarded to those ; who have . formed clubs : . ; , ; :: WATHS . HI ., March 31 , 1868 . ¦ II . N . P . LEWIS , Esq ., Publisher Wcstorfl Rural—Dear . Sir : Jly . sewingmachine bus-arrived all safe .. ; Please accept thanks for your generosity , and so long as 1 the TnsWBSTBBR Rutin , is conducted with the same ability tbat it now is , you may put mc down as , one on Its lint of many friends . ¦ • i ., , ,- ; ., ;_ t ours truly ,,, _ ,, . A . D . TRBLL , P . M . . - ¦ . ;• ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ .- BtLVrsiiBiWis ! , April 21 ; 186 $ . Mr . H . N . F . LEWIS—Dear Sir : Your favor of -r—came to hand in tllrie , and also the sowing machine . The ladles pronounce it right , and have been using it most of the time since it came . Thank yon for your promptness in sending my pr...

Publication Title: Western Rural
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*^ mw ° * imrnw- [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 18 July 1868

*^ mw ° * imrnw- tsy The LaSalle , 111 ., County Fair will be held at Ottawa , Sept . 22 25 . , , . : » The DuPage . Co ^ 111 , Fair will be held at Wheatbn , Sept . 15-17 . t _ W ~ The annual trade of Boston Is $ 900 ,- 000 , 000- r second , only to New York . , , HT There , are 6 , 000 letter-boxes , . in the New York- Pdstofflce rented for $ 12 a jrear each . ., ; 7 l ^^ -In the last nine months ,-tbe Madison , Ind ., starch works consumed 140 , 200 bushels of corn . .. . . . i ., _ W The Cleveland Directory having 23 ,- 492 names , a population of 93 , 968 is claimed forthecity . ^ r A manufactory at Fremont , O ., Is filling a contract for a . ; Liverpool house , for spokes and hubs . - . . .. \ < . i . . l _ W The Ncolson pavement patent has ibeen extended , seven , years , longer by the Acting Commissioner of Patents . . |^ A scientific paper states- tbat men with grey eyes are better rifle shots than persons with eyes of other colors . 13 B A great American Exposi...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 18 July 1868

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS . Cbesbire Pigs for Sale . A FEW PAIRS of this valuable breed , mated not akin , or single ones if desired . - _ Address BIOHABD DOUGHERTY . 47 » , . , ; , Psrkville , Mleh .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 18 July 1868

SCBOFIXA of every phase , Catarrh and Broaehltts , aoverelgh cure guaranteed hy nature s Potent Bemedlala trom Plants . All the snuffs and Inhalations have proven deceptive . Chronic Liver and Kidney Diseases . iDiabetes ,-Dyspepsia , ConstiBatlon , Heartburn , Piles , Rheumatism , three kinds , ropsy . Btromous Opthhlmls , Spermatorrhas , Skin , Mercurial and other external and Internal eruptive maladies are permanently eradicated . Medical 0 * - culars , three stamps ., Treatise 26 cents . WM . R . PRINCE , for sixty years proprietor of the Nnrseries , Flnshlng , N . . T .. i » . ¦ ¦! ¦ • :,: ¦ : .-. ¦ , C 47 « -

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 18 July 1868

AOB 1 TT 8 WAWTED . —We have a new rplan by which a host of WFLLCOX * QIBB 8 T Silent Hewing Machines are being sold in the Northwest . Enterprising . men with some money or good security , can and are making this a rich payfcg business . Sena for terms of Agency to - • > ;¦¦••>¦ COBH ELL , WARD * COMINOB . -: 417 . . :. , 188 I * keBt , Chicago , IU . . . . I l .. . ... - » - » lll »| - | ! ¦ U I . » l III . | .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 18 July 1868

Aapapmanami iVYY ;;; . SPT- «_ L & SSES l ; J .. ; : ¦ _ FOR $ 5 , 00 1 will send to any address , per . Express , an excellent 8 py-Gla _ s , suitable for hunting cattle , looking off a long distance , etc . If upon receipt it should not suit , ! will exchange it tor a larger and better one , ranging to | 26 and over . ; Address J . O . LANGGDTH , JR ., . r ; Optician , 117 Randolph Bt ., i , ;>¦ 444 Under Wood s Museum , Ohicago ,,.

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 18 July 1868

jtb I f | to $ 90 a Day , sure , and no money , retpiv quired In advance . Agents wanted everywnere , male or female , to sell our Patent Everlasting White Wire Clothes Lints . Address the AWSB . OAH Wins Co ., 75 William St . ; N . Y-, or 16 Dearborn St ., Chicago .. , . . „; . ; . -. .: C 44 J .. WASTED—Agents . —1176 per month to sell the NATIONAL FAMILY SEWING MACHINE This Machine Is equal to the standard machines , in every , respect and ls sold at the low , price of # 30 . Address 1 . ATIONIL SSWIKO MAOHIHB Col ; Pittsburgh , Pa . ; ,. ¦ ¦ • • ¦• - ¦ • • C » 4 i

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 18 July 1868

08 AOB ORANGB Plants by the thousand , hundred thousand or million . Also a lino lot of one and two yean old Apple Trees . . W . H . MANN , - • ¦¦ ¦ Gllman , Iroquois Co ., III . • JST . fl . —Ossge Orange Seed In . its season . , 471

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 18 July 1868

BOOK AGESTTS WAITED . a GENTS WANTEDr-For the LIFE OK GEN . J \ GRANT . -By Chas . A . Dana , late Asst . Sec . of War , and editor of the Americsn Cy clopbdla . One agent reports 66 orders in two days ; another 46 , and seveial 12 and 15 a day .. Address GHAS .. i BII _ L , i 132 Clark _ t ., Chicago , 111 . -. .: . 4 « 1 ,

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 18 July 1868

Potter s Three-Horse Clevis . No Shirking ! ¦ i __ f ^ __ _\ W v ^ - TyARRANTEDtodo j § T Mm - or money refunded .. J __ \^^^ ________ T ^ __ rl __\\\_\\^___ __^^ B ___ E 9 ____________________ -. _ 4 _ 0 s _ e ^_ s ___ r ^^ ^^ ___¦ M . POTTKR , . ; ; . # NHHvi . ivr ., v \[ , • A __ wk fH _ r t I ^ * . . i II i • - , * *

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Ito- ^ gfatffc • [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 18 July 1868

Ito- ^ gfatffc • Oirls , Domt Marry a Parmer . In THE WBSTEBN R UBAL of Jnne 18 , appeared an article from the pen of Mrs . JENNIE T . HAZEN to which I would call the attention of the girls , especially farmers daughters , who contemplate becoming Angers wives , And I would ask our farmer boys to peruse it attentively lor it contains some homely truths , but truths nevertheless . Although our condition , as wires , } s an ^ proved one In comparison with tbat Of our great grand-mothers , yet our privileges are very limited , even more limited than those of the stronger sex . Many of the habits and prejudices of the old customs cling to society , > nd to no class so tenaciously as to the farmers . In many cases they appreciate their wives , at least as they do their horses , according to the labor they perform , or the money tbey help to put in their ( the husbands , ) pockets . It ls an old saying that we prize most what costs us most . In no condition of lift , I suppose ...

Publication Title: Western Rural
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
/ gpp ^^ ljtife ^ [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 18 July 1868

/ gpp ^^ ljtife ^ Written for the Wutern Sural : . ¦¦ /¦ - When to Say No , IT isuji . aixroio . .. I wonder If the boys and girls that may retd THE WESTEBN RUBAL always know when to say no ? In tbe right place and at the right time , I mean . Jack Dawson was one of the boys that didnt know when to say no . He meant to be a good boy and never get Into mischief , but If any of his companions came along and coaxed him to help them do what he knew they had not ought to , he bad not strength of . will enough to say no , but would yield to their persuasions . You see , he had a lack of moral courage . He was afraid to say no , for fear someone would be offended at him ; and so , in fear of offending others , he offended his own character and conscience . : » One day he was , in the garden at work . It was a warm , sunshiny , day , and , once in a while he got so thirsty that he had to go down to the brook in the corner of the garden and take a good drink of the crystal water . that bubbl...

Publication Title: Western Rural
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' • _/ ' ¦ _ ¦ THEPpZZUDEt . ' ' Y [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 18 July 1868

• _/ ¦ _ ¦ THEPpZZUDEt . Y Hlseella ___ t * as Kalffaaas . — - ¦¦ > -- : : - I am composed of 11 letters . . ¦ ¦ ¦ : ¦ My 1 , 2 , 8 , 4 , U to unite .. . , - i r rr ; _? - / . ; My • , ! , » , is a doraestls animal . ¦ /; , r - : My 6 , 7 , 2 , 10 , Uareptiie . . ;; - i / J ¦ ! ; . » . My 8 ;« , 11 , 1 s a personal pronoun . : - : ; : 5 * , ( ^ ! 1 My whole Is the name of a member of Co iigreM from Michigan ; . ; .:,: ¦ I am composed of n letters . Myl , 3 , 8 , li- » pl » nt .,,,. . .. ; .. ¦ ,,.,... ! ,- } ¦ My 8 , 11 , 18 , 10 , ii si kind of meat . , , . V ; Myl 8 , ? 0 , 21 , lsarelaUve . ; . . „ Myl 7 , 1816 , e , 4 , Uarulerof atrilie . ¦ ¦ . ¦ .. _ . MylS . VS . Uahby s name . : ! : ; . , *; : rl . ; Myi ^ i 5 , i « , iswarm .: ; . ¦ > ; • ; . • . ; , • . V . .- -, J , , My whole ls awoman sname . ! . ¦¦ * R . V . . B ., YK _ U « aaatloalDessert . — vii . ? . !! i -i > : l-.-.-. ri i To destroy and a preposition . :. \ v : ¦ . f . - ** - .-ri...

Publication Title: Western Rural
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THE APIARY [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 18 July 1868

THE APIARY Tr _ uuferring Bee » . It is frequently the case that bee-keepers wish to transfer a whole , colony from one hive to another , If the comb has become old from Ioqg use , it may be best to change the old colony to a new hive . If it ls designed to Introduce an improved hive , to supersede the old hive previously used , it is desirable to transfer the colony In such a manner us shall give them all the vigor of a new swarm , and secure a colony consisting of the greatest number of drones . Probably about the time of the swarming season is the best time to transfer them . The transfer has been made by driving the bees from one hive to another placed on the top of it ; rapping upon 1 the lower full hive , thus inducing the bees to retreat to the upper empty one .- Another plan , adopted by some Is to place the fnll hive in an empty tub , with the empty hive on ; the top of lt . Pour water In the tub gradually , to rise in the hive with bees , and thus drive them Into * the upp...

Publication Title: Western Rural
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