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The Eagle and the Vulture [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
The Eagle and the Vulture Said the vulture to the eagle , I m a-looklng straight at you . Said the eagle to the vulture : Whoop-la ! Yankee Doodle-do ! • Then the eagle and the vulture Came together In the air , And there aint a sign of vulture To he noticed anywhere , Save a heap of bloody feathers , But the eagle proudly flew O er the heightsof Santiago , Screaming ^ Yankee Doodle-do . Said Ccrvera Inthe morning : I m a going to rush through . Said Schley to rash Cervera : I wont do a thing to you . Then the two fleets came together , And they had a pretty fight , And it ended In Cervera Being In ; the vulture s plight . - Then the bands began a-tootingj And the brave blue-coated crew ¦ Joined screaming . like the eagle : Rah for Yankee . Doodle-do ! Said Linares to Bill Shatter : . You cant catch me . ln a year . Said Bill Shatter to Linares : I will get you , never fear . Then Bill Shatter gave-Linares- ¦ Several awful hearty whacks , And Linares found hed got lt Where the chick...
Rupture is Curable . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
Rupture is Curable . Startling Assert : on by a WellJKnown New ~ Yorker . J ^__ Z Cites the Case of Wm . A . Berry as Ab lute Evidence . Dr . W . S . Bice , of 857 H . Main street , Adams , N . Y ., says that any kind of rupture can be cured at the . patients home without the slightest pain , danger ,-. operation or detention , MR . WM . A . BERRY , Bristol , N . H . from daily work . He gives the names and addresses of several hundred prominent people whonThe-has cured , one of which , Wm . A . Berry , ; of . Bristol , N . H ., will serve to show the workings of this-wonderful , plan ; Dr . Rice has devised a new system that holds : any rupture no matter how large It ; is and at the same time causes the ruptural opening to grow together and-become solid flesh and muscle .. He explains the system fully in a book which he . mails free to all : who write . Mr . Berry is a -business-man and well knownmanufacturer of Bristol and had a difficult rupture for which he had tried electricity...
"Follow My Leader" f '"" , [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
Follow My Leader f , Tlie newspaper wits have Insinuated that , should fate decide against the-permanent recovery of the Prince of Wales , and he should be left with a slight-limp , limping would become a fashionable fad . There is nothing new ln this , and It would not be the first time that physical defects set a , style . The Alexandra limp became the fashion In 1874 . In that year the Princess of Wales was afflicted with a lameness In one of her knees . Only a slight limp was the result , but-the limp was caught up and Imitated by the ladies of the court , and then by a large proportion of the women of England . Not a few of the women of America also aped the fashion . The long . trairis , which were so popular and so offensive a feature of the fashions-of the early seventies ; : grew-out of the . fact that Queen Victoria , owing to a painfu swelling , had been obliged to wear bandages on her foot . To conceal the bandages , she lengthened her skirts . Her . dutiful subjects str...
His Name Was William [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
His Name Was William Wihatjis your name , my little man ? - Willie when Im good , and William when father thrashes me . . How old are you ? Ask ma : Where do you live ? At home . You look like a bright boy . Bather ! I should think I was , and dont you forest it . Dont youthink that so bright a boy as you ought to be more mannerly ? Now , look-here , I m all right , I Am , an ; 1 aint goin to let no old duffer : pump me on private 1 matters . By-by ! And-the precious child put his hands in his pockets and wafted himself down the street whistling , ; fTominy Atkins ; The kind old gentleman happened to be his rich uncle , just returning from a long residence abroad , and when Willie gothome that night his name was William ;—New York Eveninj ? World .
What She Wanted [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
What She Wanted Is there anything you want ? asked the butcher of the little girl with the soulful eyes and fawn-Jike air . Oh yes , sir , lisped the little angel timidly . I want a sealskin sacque , and a dimond ring , and a trotting horse , and a steam yacht , and a foreign nobleman , and a pug dog , and a brown stone house , and a box at the opery , and lots of other things ; but all ma wants is ten cents worth of bologna sausage for dinner , and wont you please trust her for it till Saturday night ?—Judge . * . » —A Caribou , man . lately wandered . Into a remote hotel that doesnt , keep a dictionary , and on coming down in the morning was asked by the landlord how he rested . Oh , replied the gentleman , iysuffered nearly 1 all-night from insomanla . The landlord was , mad in a minute and roared : Ill -bet you $ 2 there aint one in my house . —Daily Kennebec Journal .
Page 31 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
D _ D UIFTTINP CURED , BOX FREE . MisDE . U WLI I Hill sourl Bemedy Co ., St . Louie , Mo . j ^ P A PNESS &amp; HEAD NOISES CURED II ^ i M \ My Tubular Cushions help when __¦* ______ m ¦ m I all else falls . As glasses help eyes Whispers heard . No pain Invisible . If . Hiscox . 85 S Bdway , N . 7 , solo depot . 8 and ( or book and proofs Fret N . E . WOOD , A . M ., IY 1 . D ., President Chicago Medical and Surgical Institute , ( 617 LaSaile Avenue , Chicago , III . ( Established In CMc-ig .. Since Bin ) -lsi , 1 S 7 S . ) t - _ Tho oldest , larffcst , most reliable nnd successful medical institution ln the Northwest . Jl rlvnto rooms for patients with facilities for any emcrsoncy . Surclcal operations performed In the m «» t oIcntlBo manner . iiw VS ror Jlraulara on Deformities and Braces , Club £ »?„ .. Curvature ° C tho Spine , Piles , Tumors , Cancer , APSW • bronchitis , Paralysis , Epilepsy . Kidney , Blado ™ ™? . Ear . gkin and Blood Diseases , nnd all Surgical frKrH...
Page 31 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
DCIl IVETTIMfS CUBED . Sample FREE . OCU ff b I I Hill Or . F . E . Slay , Bloomington , IU . A UNITED STATES WALL MAP S I ia A copy ot our handsome map , J i H B __ f B _ |_ 48 x 34 inches , printed in colors ft * ^^ ^ B _^ | P and mounted on a roller , will _ j mm mV be sent to any address on receipt f I o £ 15 cents in postage to pay for packing and trans . I I portation . P . S . EDST 1 S , General Passenger Agent , X • OB ^ Q . H . K ., Chicago , 111 . Z ON 30 DAYS TRIAL . ________ R 1 _ l __ L 4 i _ ttMS ^_ . THIS NEW J ^^ SEUSTIC TRUSS 3 _ iJyi \ jGP ? glj 3 _ BjlP -Ht _ s a Fad different from all 6 jf Kas * s *« 3 Gy e ^ others , is cup shape , with selfW Jffnd _| ustiiigBnllinccnter , adapt _ itsel _ ^^ ^^ r toallposItionsofthebody , whlletUe . ^^ __ E __ S __ ^^ ball in the cup presses back the intestines , just ns a person does with the finger . With light pressure the Hernia Is held securely day and night . and a radical cure certain . It is easy . durableand cheap . Sen...
Page 32 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
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Page 32 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
^ Cheap ^ and ^ COTvenjej ^^ ILLINOIS COLLEGE OF t OSTEOPATHY J SURGERY AND HEDICINE . - 9 ( 1 NOOKPOKATED . ) 1 Read what one of America s great antkon T has to say after having taken a cours « of Ot- B teopathy * t onr College : ? I believe Osteopathy ls one of tho most wonderful 9 dlscoverles of any age . It makes a man step , forth new . T A school ought to be established In every health resort in the country . It ls worth all the curative waters ln the T world . It is the best field now open to men and women Starting ln life . OPIE READ . T If your case has been pronounced INCUR- 9 ABLE ) by physicians send stamp for TREAT- I ISH . ON OSTEOPATHY . • IF YOU WAHT TOBDDPTA LUCRATIVE PROFESSIOII 9 that Is not overcrowed , send for ILLUSTRATED COL- X LEGE ANNOUNCEMENT .. Reference : Two thousand V people of Chicago . Z D , E . KERR , Secy , 167 Dearborn Street , . CHICAGO . t | ( E ^ THEyVASJi &amp; Q * yr * y &amp; - — j &gt; i oi feeding your gtam whole wou...
TABLE OF CONTENTS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
TABLE OF CONTENTS OLRREXT AFFAIRS—News Xotcs . 103 The . Doukliobors : 104 To -Gobble the Tobacco • 104 Tiie ; Czars ¦ Peace- Conference . . ¦ 104 A Model Statesman 104 Shall V . c Have a Polygnmist in Congress ? .. 104 History ot Yellow . Fever 105 The Science . ol ! . Money . ¦ .. ... . .. . 105 RURAL AFFAIR SA Bunch ol ! Sheep on . the Farm ... . 100 Wheat Supply in Cape Colony 100 Growth ol ! Alfalfa in Xorthwesteni ¦ Kansas :..:...:........ .. / ..... . lots Fruits in Arkansas . 10 S Sorghum- for Summer Forage ..... . 108 A Bunch of . Florida Fruit 100 How Shall the - . Cotton -Raiser Get Out of Debt ? . . loy Breadfruit Tree s 110 Canadian-British Catile Trade .... . 111 Swine Disease—Its Caiise . and Cure . Ill Commendable Enterprise 112 Poultry on the Farm .............. 112 Foul Brood—The Cause , and Cure . . 112 Pineapple . Culture in Florida ..... . 114 How World-Beaters Wore Produced 115 Selecting and Ordering . Seed .-..... . 110 Some Poultry Matter s ........... . 113 ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
DR . PIERCES FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION tt ^ n ^ L ^^ ry ¦ ^^_ _^_ a ^ i ^ P r ^ V ^^ V ^^ SQ Makes Weak Women Strong , And- Sick Women Well . For over thirty years this celebrated remedy lias been . making women s lives - happier—health ! uv ^ -safer . Many thousands of women have testified to its wonderful effect ; It is the . one medicine that can be depended upon when there is any derangement of the distinctly feminine organism . It purifies , heals , soothes , builds : tip .. It is needed . when backaches make life miserable—when a sickening :, dragging , bear-ing-down feeling makes work a weary agony and play impossible— . when disagreeable drains give proof of burning- ¦ inflammation—when 1 sick , headache , nervous irritability , loss of energy and appetite are the reminder of unheaUliful irregularity or painful periods . I had female trouble for eight vears , writes Mrs . I ,.-jr . Dennis , ofSiS East College Street , . Jacksonville ; IU . I was so bad I would lie from day to da...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
COL OR , and flavor of fruits , size , quality . and appearance of vegetables ; weight and plumpness of grain , are all produced by Potash . Potash , • properly combined with Phosphoric Acid and Nitrogen , and liberally applied , will improve every soil and increase yield and quality of any crop . Write and get Free our pamphlets , which tell how to buy and use fertilizers with greatest economy and profit . GERrUN KALI WORKS * 93 Nassau St ., New York . * » A I ETC Pli C 3 IVlVAlvTED to sell goods to «* krtL * E . Ol 1 DI wholesale and retull trade * k - ^ $ 100 i &gt; er month mid expenses . Address with stamp HUIX MFG . CO ., Box 8 , MILTON JUNCTION , WIS . ¦ fcMWW I Quilt Patterns . *^ s \ A ^^ x ^&amp;^ ztjjf ^^ f y ^ J V , ^ ST ^ r VCC ^ WIKAW We want every qullter to have ^ = Hte- \ Xl Wz- T ^ . our booSot 400 Designs , con- / pHSjaar ^ Zl / f # SS \ tafning the prettiest , queerest , BBSH ¥ W &gt; M scarcest . mostgrotesque patterns , ^ W &gt;/...
CURRENT AFFAIRS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
CURRENT AFFAIRS January 21 , Greece was shaken by . earthquakes , there being five shocks within fifty , minutes . Many houses fell but no loss of life is . reported . • ¦ Under the Chinese exclusion act six Chinamen were deported from Florida January 21 . They were the first Chinese ever deported from that state . ¦ A . trust capitalized : at $ 60 , 000 , 000 has obtained control of over 2 , 000 miles of mains that supply fully 200 towns and cities in Indiana and Ohio with natural gas . ¦ Commissioner-General Peck : and his directors have made their estimates of their financial needsfor the Paris Exposition : They decided that $ 1 , 500 , 000 would be required . ¦ The advisability of asking the Canadian government for an appropriation for building a telegraph line to Dawson is being considered . The cost of building and equipping the line is estimated at $ 750 , 000 . » s . • The secretary of the interior , in a communication to the house committee on Indian affairs , said that inv...