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A . N ^ ENGLISH CATTLE BILL . . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

A . N ^ ENGLISH CATTLE BILL . . Word comes from London , England , March 29 that in an article commenting upon bill for the exclusion of foreign cattle , the Times says it cannot be supposed that any form -of Imperial Federation would compel Britain to receive cattle from a colony where disease was believed to exist , or that the declaring of free trade could be stretched so far as to cover the importation of pleuro-pneuinonia . Although the Government has managed to force to a second reading the Compulsory Slaughter of Foreign Cattle bill in the House of Commons , as has already been announced , it has in doing so greatly strained the allegiance of its supporters . The popular feeling against the bill is rapidly growing especially in Scotland , and there is talk of holding simultaneous demonstrations all over the country to denounce what is described as A . protectionist s plot to increase the price of the people s food . The opponents of the bill are somewhat surprised at the comp...

Publication Title: Western Rural And Livestock Weekly
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TANNING A SHEEP SKIN . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

TANNING A SHEEP SKIN . T 1 / E are constantly receiving inquiries VV as to how to tan skins . We always advise our readers that they will probably get much better satisfaction if they send the skins to those who make tanning a business , yet halve frequently given them directions whereby they can tan a skin if they are disposed to try after our discouraging them . Our attention has just been called to directions given in Rural New 1 Yorker by a practical tanner . We publish th ^ m but add that experience is necessary to do the best work : A . fresh skin is the easiest to handle . Put the skin into , a barrel Of fresh spring water if it is newly taken off , say within twenty-four hours . Soak for twenty-four hours , then lay over the side of a barrel , and with the flesh side out . An old scythe which will fit oval around the skin pn the barrel is excellent for a scraper . Stand at the end of the barrel oh which one end of the skin hangs over , raise the end of the barrel so as to co...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

Pure Blood means sound health . With pure r rich , healthy blood , the stomach and digestive organs will be vigorous , and there will be no dyspepsia . Rheumatism and Neuralgia willbe unknown . Scrofula and Salt Rheum will disappear . With pure Blood Your nerves will be strong , and your sleep sound , sweet and refreshing . Hood s Sarsaparilla makes pure blood . That is why it cures so many diseases . That is why so many thousands take it to cure disease , retain good health ,. prevent sickness and suffering . Remember Hood s Sarsaparilla Is the One True Blood Purifier . $ 1 per bottle . • M >*» r »* ii cure Liver I 1 , s ? easy t 0 TlOOCl S JrlllS take , easy to operate . 25 c

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"SEPARATING CREAM WITH WATER . " [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

SEPARATING CREAM WITH WATER . To the , Editor : I- noticed in . a recent number , of your paper the communication of Subscriber headed Separating cream with water . The process of churning such cream is no more difficult than with ordinary methods . The cream may be kept some longer before churning to ripen it . To work up 800 or 1000 pounds of milk daily , all that is needed is a vat to hold one-fifth of this quantity of milk , as it takes but two hours to raise the cream ; the , vat can be easily worked five times a day . Any quantity of milk can be worked per day ; it all depends on the size of the vat used . Andrew H . Ward . —The following is clipped from a Chicago daily : A machine for catching flies off the backs of cattle and so affording the animals relief and comfort has been invented by a farmer in Madison county . Kentucky . The fly catcher is a kind of covered pen or passage way , through which the animal must walk to secure relief . A few feet from the entrance there i...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

ABMSTEONajMcK ^ vY ^ TQ MANY PEOPLE HAVE PRAISEP BETMER * BATIStfbur Bh . ^ S painting done with Pure White Lead DAVIS CHAMBERS ^^ * ^ - - . - i i r * Pittsburgh . that we scarcely need to ; but the fact Pittsburgh . { remains that Pure White Lead and Pure LinANOHOR • » , ECXSTEIN / cinoinnatl - seed Oil make the best — the most permaAK . A : IKO - j nent and satisfactory — paint . To secure BSA ^ ET . ^ - g make sure that the brand of B 303 ZLYN ¦ New . York . = K 1 Pure WniteLead - SOUTHERN -j • • > Chicago . 3 HIPMAN i ¦ \ . . , _; . -. _ , _ , _ . . COLLIER ls genuine ( see list ) . Jhor colors , the inssouRi NATIONAL LEAD CO . S Tinting . Colors are RZDSEAI . 0 U 1 S especially prepared for tinting Pure White ! ^ T HEE !! J Lead to any shade required . JOHN T . LEWIS & BR 0 S . C 0 J • 1 . • Philadelphia . Pamphlet giving valuable information and card showing sample Cleveland . of c ° l ° rs ffee • a ^ so cards showing pictures of twelve houses of differe...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

ED S . HAKDir , Abingdon , 111 ., tanner Of hides , furs and manufacturer of black cattle robM . coats , rags , gloves , etc . Pure-bred cattle for sale . 4 < TO . CAIIiAHAX Friend , Keb . Fine stoek • sales a specialty ,. Have made over 800 sales ana will guarantee satisfaction . ¦ . ? ... v . TV : 4 . - Thoroughbred Registered stock OUROC-JERSEY HOGS . Sfi ^ S : and history . JOHN M . STONBBBAKBR . Panola . Dl . Please mention the Western Enral . K JACKS AND JENNETS ^^^^ M ^ . Large Assortment . ¦ HSPV ] Prize-winning Blood . » 1 ^ FaJ r dealing . Mule . breeding solvaiD ^ M / IJ the profit of the horse trade . For p « - flH _ ¦ i ^ ¦¦ - ¦ , ticulars write A . VT . HOPKINS , PEJBIT , lUU . Please mention the Western Rural . SCOTTS CELEBRATED Charcoal Powders —FOR—Horses , Cattle , Hogs , Sheep and Fowls Have no equal as a CONDITIONER and MEDIOINE . They are highly medicated and per * fectly safe . Price , one pound , 50 cents ; five pounds for $ 1 . 50 ; twenty pounds f...

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AMONG HORSEMEN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

AMONG HORSEMEN HORSES STILL WANTED . WB belieive the following is a part of a paper that F . J . Berry , Chicago Unioai Stock Yards , react at a recent farmers institute . It contains much good sense : It has heen published in our newspapers throughout the country that electricity has knocked out the horse and made him cheap , and that electric , _ and steam motors have taken the place of horses ; and I have received a greatmanyletters .. from all overthis Country for my opinion on this subject . I must say this is an errb- 1 neous idea . Horses , ever since the early days of the Greeks , have been used for pleasure vehicles and for beasts of burden ; and in my opinion they will be so used for all timeto come , and instead of there being a decrease in their use there will be a large increase . The country is growing and the uses for which horses are required . It is true , electricity has taken the place of a great many streetcar horses , but where it has shut off : the demand . in ...

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VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

VETERINARY The several departments of this paper are for the use and convenience of its subscribers exclusively . Those wishing advice in this column will please state their questions plainly and concisely and upon paper containing no reference to subscriptions or to other departments of the paper . In relation to diseases and ailments of 117 e stock , it ls necessary that we be exactly Informed of the symptoms as observed , else it will ba Impossible to fully understand and prescribe for the ease . We cannot answer veterinary Inquiries by mail , unless 11 ( the regular veterinary fee ) is inclosed . CONDITION POWDER . —Please giye reclple for a condition powder for horse with long , rough hair and little appetite . —Peter of O regon . —Powdered Jamaica ginger , 2 ounces ; black antimony , 1 ounce ; saltpeter , 2 ounces ; powdered gentian , 2 ounces ; fenu greek , 2 ounces ; powdered resin , 2 ounces . Mix well together and give a tablespoonful in bran mash each evening . KIDNEY WOR...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

Saved One Horse It takes less power to pull the Deer ing Binder than any other machine . That s because of its roller and ball bearings— the entire absence of friction in all its working parts . Send to us or go to your nearest agent for catalogue called , Roller and Ball Bearings on the Farm . DEERING HARVESTER CO ., CHICAGO . ¦ .... B I 1 m ) I / ] « m ? M m a m » M I H m M m M mmW ^_____ ft _ I Y I 1

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

EGGS for hatching at $ 1 . 1 . 0 per sitting from strictly first- class birds of the following breeds : Light Brahma , , W . and B P . Bock , B . Langshan and ¦ S ; C . B . Leghorn . A fair hatch guaranteed . AlsoM . B . Turkey Eggs , $ 2 . 50 per 11 . C HE YL & SON , Manito . 111 . Please mention the Western Rural millinVP saw-Miu , 4 n . p . ana larger . rllKMrK A © orn and Feed Mills . ? < IT 111111 . 11 U Hay Press « fe WaterWbeeta BMLOACH MILL MFG . CO .. 864 Atlanta , Ga . THE IMPROVED lfl OT AD WEBf INCUBATOR BjBBfisiS ^ i Hatches Chickens by Steam . ll 1 i _^_ V Absolutely aelf-reculatln * . . ^* _ P _ M ____ - ^__ a _ . The simplest , most reliable . }***» ¦ H ^ asa . gJB and cheapest flrat-clasa Hatchet logue Jl T ** **** In the market . Circulars free , 4 c * nto ? - GEO . ERTEIi & CO . t Qnlucy . W Please mention the Western Rural . RAISED EIGHTY RODS away from , any other corn , the well known KING OF THE EARLIES CORN , CHOICE MICHIGAN...

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i Farm , Garden and Orchard - [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

i Farm , Garden and Orchard - CULTURE OF KAFFIR CORN . K AFFIR corn is one of tlie many varieties of sorghum—one of the nonsaccharine or not-sweet varieties . Its culture is similar to that of the sorghums grown for syrup making . It is a hot rather than a cold climate crop . It had best not be planted until the soil is fairly warm and may be safely planted later than corn—say up to July 1 . The early growth is comparatively slow as with sorghum or broom corn . Kaffir corn does especially well on sod , but it will thrive on almost any good soil ; , pretty certainly does better on high and somewhat thin lands than does corn . Where grown chiefly for the grain it may be planted in rows from three feet to three feet , * eight inches apart . The kinds usually grown are not as tall as corn and may safely be planted in closer rows . It is almost in variably drilled in rows . Sometimes an ordinary , corn planter is used , sometimes a lister planter . Many have used a drill for small grain ...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

FARMERS i & S & BSS * WHITE FRENCH ARTICHOKE ? If not , why ? I have a few bushels for sale at a low figure . If desiring good seed write at once . J . H . VAN NE 3 S , Fremont , Mich . * . To get you tq try them we will send you as many packets as you want ( five or more ) of ¦ - ¦¦ . Seeds for Only 2 c per Packet . Soma packets we are selling for 5 c and 10 c each . Send list of what you prefer . We will do the best we can . TRY US ONCE . Oood Seeds In Large Packets at Low Prices . Write quick to NORTHWESTERN SEED CO ., Box B , Dundas , Minn Wisconsin Farmers Institute Bulletin No . 9 ls now ready for distribution . Fifty thousand copies issued . A 320-page hand book of agriculture Treats of Dairying , Horse Breeding , Sheep and Swine husbandry ,, Potato Growing . Market Gardening , Road Making , etc . No farmer should be without it . Free at Wisconsin Institutes . Mailed to Wisconsin farmers for 25 cents for cloth bound conies and 10 cents foi paper covere...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

1 obaeco . No crop varies more in quality according to grade of fertilizers used than tobacco . Potash is its most important requirement , producing a large yield of finest grade leaf . Use only fertilizers containing at least io % actual JT OtclSll ( Ka o ) in form of sulphate . To inr sure a clean burning leaf , avoid fertilizers containing chlorine .. 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 asking . t ¦ • ¦ • ¦ • . • • -. • GERMAN KALI WORKS , . 03 Nassau St .. New York . Michigan Wonder Oats . The 1896 novelty . The greatest yielder ever introduced . Weighs 40 pounds per bushel , machine measureYielded 115 J § bushels per acre last year . My 40-page catalogue tells all about this Oat Wonder . It Is free . Carman No . 3 potatoes , $ 5 . 60 a barrel . Choice sorts , $ 1 . 50 a barrel . Clover...

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THE FARMERS' SIDE [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 April 1896

THE FARMERS SIDE PLATFORM JUGGLERY . The correction of fallacies lurking in the meaning of common words is one of the never-ending duties of life . A striking instance in these times of the momentous influence in the misuse or misunderstanding of common words is found in the phrase that , we must by statute law maintain the debt-paying power of the silver dollar on an equality with the debtpaying power of the gold dollar , and at the same time that we must maintain the purchasing power of these two dollars on an equality . The fallacy consists in the double demand for maintaining the debtpaying power and the purchasing power at the same time on an equality and expect to have anything but gold as our standard . It is a pretense of favoring bimetallism , while proclaiming a condition that makes gold monometallism absolutely unavoidable . History shows us that the debt-paying power ( or value ) of these dollars was kept on an equality , by statute law in our country , from 1792 to 1873...

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