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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

Mrs . Sanders had ten hemorrhages and people here said she would never be well again . W . A . Sanders , Esq ., of Hern , Mason County , W . Va ., writes : : My ivife had hemorrhage of tne lungs . She Had ten hemorrhages and people here said « he would never be well again . But she- began to take Dr . Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery , and she soon began to gain strength and flesh . After taking ten bottles she was outirelv well . If you think this will do you any good to publish , just use it , and , if anyone : disputes the merits of this almost omnipotent medicine , ; they may enclose a selfaddressed envelope with stamp , and I will an-, swer . When anything is wrong with the lungs there is no time to -lose . The steps are easy and quick from a slight cold to bronchitis ; from bronchitis to pneumonia ; from pneumonia to permanently weakened lungs , and from that to dread 7 i consumption itself . The time to cure consumption is before it 7 gets a start . Take Dr . Pierce s Golden...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

¦ m * j -95 6 YS A $ 3 . 50 SHIT \ jg § ff U O 0 ° WSMiBHATliD KAKTWKAKOliT double Jf-Si 63 at and uouljlo knee . Regular $ 3 , & 0 Bo-rs 2jriE & Miffe * Piece Eneo-PiiDt Butts going at SI . 95 . . f _ Wjg & m _\ A KEW 8 ulT FREE for any of thesesuits ^ OWffl | JLA which dont giro satisfactory wear . Hi Send Wo Money . c ° ^ is _ Ad , am { ffl ^^ HKflw ^ state ngoofjjoy and say whether large or * 4 _ n __ W __ tgi r email for age , and wo will send you the BHfflfffffYl suit b £ express , C . O . D ., subject to examlna _ ms _ M a lon « You can examine it at your express E » Wl oflice a d if found perfectly satisfactory mm via nnd equal to suits sold in your town for H > lfiS 3 . 50 , pay your express agent our special ___ Hgirfcr price , SI . 95 nnd express charges . Xg W THESE KNEE-PANT SUITS arc for H fi boys from 4 to 15 years of age , nnd are retailed A Eft overywlmre at ? 3 . fi 0 . Made with double seat J & ^ and knees...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

EVERY SUCCESSFUL farmer who raises fruits , vegetables , berries or grain , knows by experience the importance of having a large percentage of Potash in his fertilizers . If the . fertilizer is too low in Potash the harvest is sure to be small , and . of inferior quality . u Our books tell about the proper fertilizers for all crops , and we will gladly send them ¦ free to any farmer . GERMAN KALI WORKS , 93 Nassau St ., New York . CAI FSnFNWANT : ED toselI goods to ^^ r _ i-iM _ _ fi lL , n wholesale and retail trade $ 100 per montu mul expenses . Address with stamp HPI . I . MCFG . CO ^ Box 8 , MlLTOH JUHCTIOW . W » . fl 11 n H ? lth Its delightful climate , rich soil , absence1 11 U 11 from frosts , droughts and pests , offers to llllllH every thrifty American citizen u desirable •* ljf Vrl home and rich investment , which can be secured by every li # lBII ~ ft readerofthisnotice mBE . This offer UIIIUIL V l 9 . genuine and is made by a respon- ( llllfir si Bible Co ., managed by ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

THE NATIONAL RURAL 135 February 2 , 1899- Another Great War ! New Recruits Wanted The Tocsin Has Sounded The National Rural No . Jl-Fnrmcrs RemllnijClrclcUbrary-locU * * ..... u ,. n ,, THE GAUNTLET IS DOWN Fa mil V MflaflyiflP / ramny magazine Mmmmam THE WAR DOGS ARE LOOSE Is already the Best Farm and Family . Journal in America ... WILSONS Field This Contest is for Supremacy in the Agricultural Newspaper IT NOW PROPOSES TO EXPAND . t FmailCiai CatCChiSA ! ^ m > Old Fogy Newspaperism must Sink - before the : Guns of Modern Journalism Already it has the Spaniards on the run , and will keep . them moving until it has double the circulation of any Farm Paper in the World . By Jas vv . Wilson No . 3- Farmers Readlnsr Circle Unrary-soets J « mJI 7 . lS 9 « l «« d QuirtWly ^ . ^ s Ttt ^ S ° J ^^ - n \^ KitchenM , « W H~^ J ^ w • _ £ * fe « e mm \ ^ Z--. ^ fc ^ Cook = BookKitchen Guide • ,, — * - ~ ^ ¦ . ^ . v ^ lwrt tf- ^ ^^^^ I w * * £ f ??* ess « , ^ - - ^ 4 f few fi * ° 0 ,...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

Those who write advertisers will confer a favor if they will mention this paper .

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

tfit — l I I \ t _\ PARMERS FENCE [ fl— 4 ! Weaver $ l . CO . CliargcH B ttt . ¦ paid . Stretchers , 3 c , $ 3 . per 100 . ItE ~ ---t Wire $ 1 . 15 per 100 lbs . Tcsti- „ * £ iSjj = = = = = = = = i monluls free . FULTON SUP-ffg-s & asEaj . I _ M I -jg ^ T . v CO ., Wauseon , Ohio . B , l , ni t ,. 1 ,, THE WBBBB f __ WP _\ / USPlBk ANGLE SIEVK GRAIN BJ 1 SmS EPARATOR | i « fe . ^ l i lS ^ il Dealers and agents make $ G 0 . O 0 nSwll , m __ a weeklyselllngthem . Nowlsthotlme . jdOnfiij Jmtwl . 35 Only $ lu . U 0 investment retiulred- : - ^ SH _ W _ S ^ S __ Write now to HIIiSCH I 51 COS ., *^ BB : ___* £ & 807-371 Heed St ., Milwaukee . ^• JLfi *« sw : Wis . Mfrs . Agl . Implements . HOME O , CKAOKEK JACK feaSACK HOLDER Am •!« .: »»« B _\ Just the thing for farmers , erruin ^ J _ W __ 4 Ti ? <\ , * f « J « lealers . Saves time ! T , ~ S | Holds fast any sack without ivearinir V _ ( or tearinjrU . Agents and Implement IV _ men wanted to sell them . W...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

/ TON SCALES \ / OF \ $ 60 BINGHAMTON ) V Beam Box Tare Beam / V & N . Y . \ l \ A- _ , ___ A / \ V $ < */ X ^ farJ ^ 7 ^ rkx ^ fe ^ A TAHDEMi SWEEP \ VtSr K j \ rX _\ I ahead of all other mills . , Thij load \ YAJ V / IU () Vll * 8 c 9 an ^ xe ^ J & n ^ wwthorse must uCji ^^^^^^ i il / pull hlflown fiWo . -Greatgnln In capaf ^^ S ^^ . Ja . IrWr ^ citv . apeeiiaTiicomfort . No genrlngrj no ^ apr ^^^ fcsj ^ rrsTrn frfctton . Give your horses a chance . j ^ STw « l SPECIAL PRICES HOW . ( Also makefi g * MX UJJSJJIJI ^ - * sizes belt power mills ; 2 to 35 H , P . ) NtJS ^^ g N . J . BOWSHEB CO . SOUTH BEND , IHD . , ^ IPJlTmS MILL ^ 3 Saii £ « i « S , i M ^ S £ v fs m , r E 181 Steam Pout-r I __ WSSffF \_ t \ Aft Mill . It meets the demaeds a ^ jtfWW ^ JflStaP ?^^ . ^ 11 those who wish a strong , Our- ^ HHS ?* W , i - *^^ ES ^\ B al > lc ml 11 ° f lnp fic power . ^ Cffigfiy Tf i fg ^^^ iRf \ JCrushes and trrituls corn and VWjmlr *^ _ l _*_ ...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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CURRENT AFFAIRS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

CURRENT AFFAIRS Tne Puerto Kieans are already beginning to protest against military rule and demand home rule . They say they had more liberty undeivSpanish than under the present system . We cannot blame them , can you ? . ¦ — : ¦ • — The dispatches say that the Filipino ladies ; are organizing and requesting permission to enlist in the army with their brothers to fight , against the Yankees . What are we bumping up against over there anyway ? ••;• . Now the farmers are planning to organize a new party . What base Ingratitude after the partyin power has given them two years of bountiful harvests and caused a crop failure last year throughout Europe and in-the fields of our competitors in South America and India expressly for their benefit . Some people lack appreciation . - r ~ . • : — In his message to Congress at the beginning of the war President McKinley said that it would be criminal aggression to inaugurate a war of conquest . In his Atlanta , Ga ., speech , however , crimina...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

Published Weekly by the Howard & Wilson Publishing Company , MADISON and FRANKLIN STS , CHICAGO . - Gen . C . H . Howard , jas . W . Wilson , MANAtftNOEDITOB . 7 BUSIHE 88 MAKAGER . Subscription rates , One Collar a year of 62 numbers . Single copies five cents . Advertising rates made known on application . B . S . THAIN , Manager Advertising Department . All communications should be addressed . • . • • - . - NATIONAL KUBAI , AND FAMIIT MAGAZINE , Chicago , 111 . 7 EASTERN OFFICE ( for advertising department only ) : Frank S . Smith , 4 TTlmea Building , New York . • • ¦ -,., Entered at the Chicago Postoflice as Second-class Matter . ; ¦;¦; . Copyright , 1898 , by Howard & Wilson Publishing Company .

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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Our Brain Teasers [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

Our Brain Teasers 0 UR older readers as well as our young people are becoming much interested in the Rural s spicy 1 oung People s . Department . Sometimes almost . half bur mail is composed of answers to the various puzzles ,, conundrums and other brain teasers for which prizes have been offered , from time to time . . The Double-ee-Lost End Letter Tale found in this department this week will be found unusually bright , and as we ; offer valuable prizes which can be secured by the quick-witted ; our readers will find it exceedingly interesting . We got the idea at a recent evening party , where finding lost end letters in a similar tale proved so fascinating that we decided to give our young people a chance to wrestle with a similar problem , so : molded it into the present form for the benefit of the bright boys and girls constituting the Rural s young peoples armv .

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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A , Farmers' Party [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

A , Farmers Party THE Farmers Club of Avon , Illinois , has launched a new party bark oil the troubled sea of politics , whicli ,-its promoters hope willjbe the . - successor Of the populist party . Why it is essential or considered advantageous to relegate that party to the background and supercede ; it with another , is not stated , . except that , its , organizer , ; . Eldon W . Bradbury , , an exChicago dry-goods clerk , . says , We do , not . wish to be . so . radi- • cal as the late (?) populist party . > .. -7 ; , ( - ; . The populist- party , was an outgrowth of the Farmers Alliance And finds its principal support from farmers . Its piincipal tenets are public ownership of meansof transportation arid communication , bimetallism and national money as against bank money , the initiative and referendum , and antagonism to trusts and monopolies . The declaration of principles of the new organization areas follows : ¦ • -. .. . . ,, 7 We hold that all men are created e...

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Another Great War for Expansion [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

Another Great War for Expansion T HIS new war is not directed against Spaniards nor other political tyrants , although it is in a measure in the- cause of humanity , nor is it against the trusts and monopolies , whether of , money- or necessaries of life , although those great ¦ enemies of the common people have no more uncompromising enemy , nor , as our old readers know , one which wields a more skillful weapon . No r _ Is it against the railway sharps who infest the mails and the advertising columns of unscrupulous publications with their literature and misleading advertisements , although through its watchful care and repeated exposures the National Rural has given the death-blow to hundreds of this species of mail shark . It is not against any of these that this campaign is inaugurated , but it is a campaigiiforexpansion . The National Rural proposes to expand its circulation , even though it is compelled for the first year to pay a liberal bounty for new recruits . To this eud...

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Pressure on the Gold Bump [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

Pressure on the Gold Bump T HROUGH the medium of the X-ray it has been demonstrated that many cases of insanity are caused by tumors pressing upon the brain , which the surgeon s knife can remedy . Doubtless the many peculiarities exhibited by lunatics are due to the location of the pressure . If the bump of acquisitiveness , for example , is affected the lunatic imagines himself to be a millionaire . There seems to be something of this kind the matter with the editor of the Times-Herald of Chicago , instead of being the millionaire himself , however , his imagination leads him to believe there are vast hoards of gold in circulation in this country which do not exist . For example , after quoting the following statistics from the Iiondon Economist in relation to the hoards of gold in different countries : Bank of England ¦¦; .....: . $ 145 , 000 , 000 Bank of France ..... 304 , 000 , 000 Bank of Russia 407 , 000 , 000 Bank of . Germany -. . 188 , 000 , 000 Austro-Hungariau Bank 150 ...

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Increase of the Army [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

Increase of the Army D EBATE on the various-army bills is now on in the House . Practically three propositions are before the House—the House bill providing for a standing army of 100 , 000 men , the minority substitute increasing thestanding army to 30 , 000 men , and lodging with the President discretionary power to call out 50 , 000 volunteers for emergency service , and a proposition to continue temporarily the regular army at its present war strength , 02 , 000 men . There are some , also , who favor the Miles bill which is not in effect , much different from the bill reported by a majority of the committee . Among , the supporters , of the majority bill there are those who , like Mr . McClellan , a son of General George B . McClellan , favor a provision for a general staff made up of officers of the line so as to make the army organization responsible to a single head . Mr . McClellan is a democrat but has always taken a deep interest in the regular army . His amendments have ...

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The "Embalmed : Beef " [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

The Embalmed : Beef VERY little evidence has yet appeared to sustain General Miles statement as to embalmed beef . It has been . shown that a man in . New York had a patent for the preparation of beef so that it could be taken into warm countries thout spoiling . Some beef prepared by him was taken on one . of the trans- ; ports but entirely , as an experiment and not iu the regular commissary supplies ; The experiment : did not prove successful . ¦; . The commission made public some correspondence with Dr . E . P . Murdoch cf Chicago who was pne of those who had written to Miles on this subject . We quote front his present letter to the commission : .- - My letter \ to General Miles was confidential and based . on these examinations , made at my own option , but they were correct as to result , but not closely connected with supplies furnished army to be evidence . The manner of preserving , however , did show boric acid ,: nitrate of potash and some salicylic acid . This , however...

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Contest for a , Carnation [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

Contest for a , Carnation V TT . HAT , shall we say to paying $ 30 , 000 for one flower ? It V V / appears there has been a contest between Mr . Higin- , bothani , of Worlds Fair fame , a member of the firm of Marshall Field ¦& . Co . of Chicago , and others as to the ownership of a certain new variety of carnation . The following-tele-gram in the Times-Herald announces the result . It is dated Boston , January 24 : Itis definitelysettled that H . N . Higinbotham of Chicago wilt not secure the Mrs . Thomas W . Lawson carnation . His nephew came on yesterday to see Peter Fisher of Ellis , tlie originator of the plant , and closed a deal with that gentleman for the transfer of the entire rights in the carnation to Chicago . They went together to Thomas Galv-n of Boston , who had a provisional contract for the plant , and then the sale to Mr . Higinbotham could not be consummated . Mr . Galvin refused to , release his interest , and- later lit the day final papers were sign...

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7 Delay of Ratification [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

7 Delay of Ratification IS there any advantage to be gained by delaying a vote onthe ratification . of the peace treaty ? The country is not , hungering nor thirsting for more talk from senators . Settlement of this matter would tend to better commercial understandings and business ; it would tend to prevent war with the Filipinos and would increase respect for our government among other civilized nations . There was a sharp debate , one day last week . Senator Frye „ who , as a member of the Paris Commission , is doubtless sensitive . to foreign criticisms , rather roughly handled those who are blocking the way to a speedy ratification of the treaty . Hecharged the opposition with standing in the way of American , interests and trying to make the American nation appear ridiculous in the eyes of the civilized .. world . He demanded the prompt ratification of the treaty as an act of justice and in the interest of the American troops now undergoing hardships in tlie Philippines . . • ...

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