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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 15 August 1868

_ _ KEBOHS E--RA 0 BDIN ART NEW SEEDLINGS STBAWDERBIES . Ketch s Favorite and Goliuh , . i per dozen- Phil Sheridaa and Gen . Meade , 42 per 100 $ 12 per 1 , 000 . All varieties of choice Gropo Vines : open air culture ; very cheap . 500 - J . KEECH , Waterloo , N . Y .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 15 August 1868

Premium Chester White Pigs , THOROUGH-BRED Stock , and Domestic and Ornamental Fowls for sale . For circulars and price address • ¦ N . P . BO YER Ic CO . 493 Parkeabuig , Chester Co ., Pa . g

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 15 August 1868

If ARVARDI . AW SCHOOL , Cambridge . Mass .. KW _ wo t ^ , _ n 8 l __? , gill £ L n S September 10 th , 1868 , and * ThSEhT *??• I 869 - The Resident Professors aie , n ? £ i n IS B J . ar ! ° , n !_ I Ii : D > S . ? or Z Washburn . LL «; „?! , £ l J at }_ lle , _ fl » eB . A . M . Gentlemen 0 . distinction in tbo Profession Icctura from time to time «?» 8 ^ e » lal t 0 T > lcB APpUcation may be mado for further Information to either . of the ftesldent Professon - - . * . - ¦ 486

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 15 August 1868

Cheshire Pigs for Sale . A PEW PAIRS of this valuable breed , mated not akin , or single ones if desired . Address RICHARD DOUGHERTY , -, w Parkvillo . Mich .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 15 August 1868

UNPARALLELED SUCCESS . WE are selling from a rick and var led stock of _ - _ , P r yj ™* Fancy goods , Silver Plated Ware , Watches , Carpetlngs , Sea ., at a uniform price of ONE DOLLAR , Parties getting up clubs will receive a premium worth from $ 3 to $ 300 , according to the size of tho club . A check doscriolng an artiofss to be sola £ X 9 ae , _? oI , ; i 10 } •*> tor * 2 . *> or » 4 ; 60 for $ 6 ; 100 for $ 10 . Circulars sent free . Agents wanted in every town . Address HARRIS & PLiVlUlKR . 34 Hanover . street ,-Boston , Mass . 407

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 15 August 1868

WESTERN RURAL PUBLICATION DEPOT The following works on Agriculture , Hortienltuie etc ., etc , can be procured at the offioe of Tan WEST BBS BUBAL , 80 and 82 Washington street , Chicago , or will be forwarded by mill , pott paid , on receipt of the price specified . We are also prepared to furnish any other works or Rural subjects , Issued by American publishers , not Included herein . Other works will be added to the list from time to time . Allen s ( LF . ) Rural Architecture ......... $ 1 60 Allen s ( R . L . ) American Farm Book . 1 60 Allen s Diseases of Domestic Animals .......... 1 on American Bird Fancier „ an American Agricultural Annual for 1868 , paper , 60 c ; bound ... . •• .--.............. _ .,....., 75 American Horticultural Annual for 1868 ....... I 75 Americas Pomology , Warder , 280 Illustrations 3 00 American Rose Culturist ......... _ ... ___ ... an American Weeds and Useful Plants ............ 1 75 Arabian Art of Training Horses ........ 40 Architecture in Det...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 15 August 1868

WANTED IMMEDIATELV . —Experienced canvassers to sell the richly illustrated COTTAGE CYCLOPEDIA , complete In ono laigc octavo volume of over 1000 pages . The richest repository of knowledge ever Drought within so small a compass . A mine of intellectual wealth ; a gem of literature ; an indispensable requisite to every family . The best selling book in tne market . For terms - and territory address ORRIN GLIDDEN , Publisher . 127 South Clark street , Chicago . 190

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 15 August 1868

__!_ - > __ TfcA A YEAR ! Business new . 8 . F . <!?/* _» - »* _ Boa * A Co ., Blddeford , Me . 464

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 15 August 1868

Seed Wheat Experimental Farm GhainbersbuxB , P- _» T WILL NOW FILL ORDERS for the following *¦ varieties of Winter Seed Wheat : Per peck . Perbn . Ancona Red , imported from Russia 1868 $ 2 76 110 00 Sandomea White , imported from Poland , 1808 .... 276 1000 Berdenska Red , Imported from Russia , _ 868 2 76 10 00 Sakonka Red , imported from Poland , 1868 — 276 10 00 Balla Red . Imported from Saxony , 1868 2 75 10 00 Saxony White , imported from Saxony , . 1868 .- 275 1000 Bohemian Red , imported from Bohe- . mla , 1868 .. 276 10 00 Bohemian White , Imported from Bohemia , 1808 275 10 00 French White ChaS Mediterranean ... 200 7 60 French Red Chaff —t-it-rraneira .... 2 00 7 60 German Amber . .. ; .. ; . __ - « __ .. __ ..,, SCO 7 60 Hungarian Red .... , _ , __ , _ , 200 7 Jo Italian Red , accll . nated one year ....... 200 7 80 Italian Red acclimated three years . 2 00 7 60 Italian White , acclimated three years . 2 00 7 60 BodOhaffMediterranaan ..... . 150 500 White Chaff Mediterra...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 15 August 1868

9 , 500 , 000 Customers In Four Tear * . PATRONIZE THE BEST ! HAVING the largest capital , most experienced buyers , and extensive trade of any concern in tho Dollar . Sale business , we GUARANTEE SATISFACTION in every instance , and also the BEST selection ? of Goods ever offered at One Dollar Each , No other concern hat any show wAereter oar Agents ars stUina . Our motto Prompt and Reliable ? Male and female agents wanted in city and country . THE LADIES Are particularly requested to try onr popular club system of selling all kinds of Dav AED FABOY Goons , DRESS PATTBEHS , COTTON CLOTH , OABTOBS , SILVBB PLATED GOODS , WATOBBS , etc . ( Established 1861 . ) A patent pen fountain and a check describing an article to be sold fora dollar , 10 oti . ; 20 for 12 ; 40 for $ 4 : 60 for $ 6 ; 100 for $ 10 ; sent by mail . Free presents to getter up , tworth 60 per cent , mors than thou tent by any other concern . ) according to site of clnb . Send us a trial elub , or if not do not fall t...

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§ 0 ttml [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 15 August 1868

§ 0 ttml WHUm for the Western Ratrm . TBE FIsOWBOT _ -N > U _ OQ , V _ . BT J . WABBBB WATSON . Yon scoff at my coarse , homely gub ; Aye , eaQ me a boor if yon will , . And smile at my unpolished sir—Pll cling to my husbandry still ; I care not for broadcloth and laoe , Mock friendship and wheedling tone ; Some bands that are callous and brown - Are freer trom Bin than your own . Tii true , In lifes race yon are fleet , While others more slowly must plod ; - Tho min yon ean cheat and deceive , Think not to impose npon God ; Then eyes will forever be sealed , Tbocplips shall have done with their boast Proud form , you re no better than mine—A handful of clay at the mostl < He s only a turner , you say ; Aniitic-atll-erof soill Yea , truly , and you are a drone , Who gorges on other men s toil I Round brows never kissed by the sun Death s dread ghostly messengers lark ; I envy not scions of wealth , Wbothlnkitdlegracefultoimrt- / Denton , Mieh ., 19 K .

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_§ t 0 tW 0 Httd £ Mrft £ 0 . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 15 August 1868

_§ t 0 tW 0 Httd £ Mrft £ 0 . PHYSICAIi PHENOMENA . RECORD OF _ TRAH » K OCCURRENCES . iConcluded from last week . ] - -Bat the Spiritualists , of whom there are -many in the community , where these occurrences took place , became very much exerclsed aboat the matter . The family were excessively annoyed at frequent applications from this class of persons for the privilege of coming In to witness the man- . lfestasions , as they called them , and to see the girl . But not one of them was ever admitted , nor has the girl ever yet held any communication with a person of this character . Of Spiritualism she had never heard in the old countrv , and , when any one spoke of mediums , she seemed to have an idea that they were something dreadful to contemplate . But although no Spiritualists were invited to enlighten us , we did on *_ . _ tS occasions hold circlesamongourselves , being , willing to test tbe matter ; At such times , seated arOundVa large dining room table , with the , poor s...

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THE MARKETS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 15 August 1868

THE MARKETS . Chicago Produce Market . OFFICE or TRE WESTEBR BUBAL , I CHICAGO , August _ , 1868 . . APPLES—New , $ 360 , 600 V bl . BARLEY—By sample at $ 176 . BROOM CORN—Market quiet at $ 236 00 ® 280 00 ¥ ton . • BUTTER—Market qnite active for choice grades . Choice dairy , 33 ® 34 c ; good tub , 30 ® 81 c ; common grades , 20 © 26 e . CHEESE—New York factory , 16 ® 17 c ; Illinois factory , 16 ® 16 c ; Hamburg , 16 ® 16 c ; Western Reserve , 18 ® 14 c ; Western Dairy , ll @ 12 c CORN-Market dull . Bales of No . 1 at 9 Bc ® $ l 01 ; No . 2 , 98 ® 99 c ; rejected , 90 @ 94 c . DRIED FRUITS—Apples , 8 ® 12 c ; peaches 10 ® 26 c . EGG 3-17 @ 18 o . FISH-Whlteflsh , )_ brl , $ 8 25 @ 6 76 ; trout , $ 6 00 ® 660 ; mackerel , family , kits $ 166 @ 176 . FLOUR-Market dull . Sales of while winter extras at $ 10 75 @ 12 SO ; spring extras , $ 7 60 ® 9 60 ; spring superfine ., $ 6 37 # @ 7 60 . ¦*• . *» HAY—Market quiet . We quote : . Timothy roller and beater pressed , $ 17 00 ® 18 00 ; t...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 15 August 1868
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AGRICnLTDRAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 22 August 1868

AGRICnLTDRAL Preparation of land for Wheat , NO . a . . - The most experienced growers of wheat prefer to sow the seed on what is called a stale furrow that Is , on land which has been prepared several weeks before the seed ¦ Is deposited . When in this condition the soil does not part with-its plant food too soon . The roots take in the material for building up the plants gradually and the latter are in a healthy growing state in Autumn , Spring and early Summer . When Wheat is sown on rich , recently-tilled , soil the plants grow luxuriantly in the Fall and exhaust a considerable portion of those ingredients which . are necessary for sustaining the growth of the plant ln Spring and the formation and falling off of the grain ln Bummer . • If the active soil , or vegetable mold is deep , the wheat crop will be greatly benefited by deep plowing and , allowing the soil to : become stale or well setvled before the seed Is deposited . The surface soil may be prepared for the seed by the...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 22 August 1868

i ^ A Weekly Farm and Family Paper . PtTBIiISHBD AT CHICAGO AND DETROIT . H . ~ . F . Lewis , Editor and Proprietor . ASSOOIATI BDITOR 9 : 6 . B . MOBBOW , Chicago ; EDWABD MA 80 S , Detroit , WtihaFu i . jerps of Assistants and Contributors . . Terms , t ^ O per Yet ~ M $ 9 . 00 ln Clubs .

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AGRICULTURAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 22 August 1868

AGRICULTURAL Selections —J Co » d « ns » ttoBUk . Autumn Will Soon be Here . It is of no use to write of what should be done at this finest season of the year when it is past ; therefore it may be none too early to set people thinking of the great advantages the American farmer possesses over agriculturists in other countries , and it is to be hoped many may ; look ; forward till next Spring , and see what can be done before Winter commences , to prevent the general backwardness of farming operations which prevailed last April , May and June . The grain harvest Is so late in the northern part of Europe , and the weather afterwards so precarious , that there is little chance to do much there , yet no opportunity is allowed to escape , and the consequence of the farmers perseverance aud watchfulness is the making such preparations for Spring planting , that the work of the next year is expedited to such a degree as to give leisure for the tboroush performance of every operation . Dire...

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ffTEIUHm [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 22 August 1868

ffTEIUHm • . - i *!* ,, - , i . *& •»• Veterinary . Swgmn , 26 » BtaubinJ & , pe !> oit , Mich ., formerly . Professor in the Royal Agricultural Coliege , Cirencester , Bag . Answers given to _ vjuiriet without charge . Jftobtantwtredby teiler , tkW must be enclosed as the professional fee . Orerreaobing . Overreaching may arise from weakness as well as from 1 m perfection of ; structure . In the last article on this subject overreaching arising from imperfection of structure was pointed oat and described , and in the present article it is intended to point ont how overreaching may be caused by weakness . When there Is a defective muscular power , tbe fore legs are not moved with sufficient swiftness and the heels of the fore feet are consequently frequently contused by the toes of the hind feet This muscular weakness is not uncommon in colts whose muscles have not been developed and hardened by exercise , but it passes away as the animal increases...

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HORTICULTURAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 22 August 1868

HORTICULTURAL Diseases of the Grape Vine . In a paper read before the American Pomoloaical Society , at the St . Lonls meeting , by WILLIAM SAUNDERS , of the Department of Agriculture , tbe author states that for all cultural purposes It is sufficiently accurate to assume that the hardiness of a grape is simply its immunity from mildew . When a grape is said to be too tender for our Winters , we may safely conclude that , in other words , it is subject to mildew , and that the growth talis to reach proper maturity . . ¦ , He thinks that all foreign wine grapes would withstand our Winters if not checked by mildew during growth . He has exposed matured growths of Black Hamburg , Muscat ; of Alexandria , Golden Cbasselas , the Frontignan and other foreign varieties to a frost several degrees below zero , without being injured . All our native varieties , excepting Southern species , are sufficiently hardy to stand oar ordinary Winters if kept in health during Summer . Downy-leaved grap...

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