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Fins , Feathers and Honey Bees [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896
Fins , Feathers and Honey Bees A CALIFORNIA . HEN . California is a grand state with grand people and grand possibilities , many of which are made sureties by the splendid climate . Whether due to the climate or other causes the San Francisco Examiner does not * state when it tells the following story about a hen that makes her home in the Golden Gate city . Here is the story : A hen that builds her home in the willow and lives there like any of the ordinary tree-nesting birds is one of * the things talked about now out in the neighborhood of Fell and Stanyan streets . The eccentric fowl is the property of Joseph Landgraff , and the willow is in his back yard . She is no ordinary chicken , but has all of the fierceness of a hawk , and it is no uncommon thing for her to fly violently . at the head of any one who ventures about her peculiar habitation . A man named Allen , who runs thejback yard , has developed a proper fear of the ferocious hen , and all of his long acquaintance with...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896
1896 ALiver Thats Torpid makes life a burden . Your head and bones ache and nothing seems to please . Tbe Swiss German remedy called s . IDr . Peter s jBlood Vitalizer S constant use over one hundred year * what you need . It relieves the body of all refuse matter , while it tones ana Invigorates the system . It is an almost Infallible remedy for all diseases caused by impoverished or impure blood or from a disordered stomach . No drugstore medicine ; is sold only by regular Vitalizer agents . Persons living where there are n « agents for Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalizer can , by sending $ 2 . 00 , obtain twelve 35-cent trial bottles direct from the proprietor . This offer , can only be ob » tained once by the same person . Write to DR . PETER FAHRNEY , Ha and IU So . Hovne Ave ., CHICAGO * HILLSIDE FARM . W. C. WA 1 TE , Prop ., Whitewater , Wis . F For sale , a choice lot of fall pigs of . August and , September , farrow . Barred Plymouth Rock eggs at 75 c per setting . Those wishing ...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896
Blffim ^ f &amp;§ EE fa | Kfl A Handsomely Illustrated Quo CiinnlinA Magazine , and Catalog of DBB OUPPIISS FREE . THE A . I . ROOT CO ., Medina , O •^¦ B * f 5 Hand »•»• . 8 h « ll ( « ntf CAk V # Corn NliBIs for Ponltrymen . I / ¦ ¦ M ^ Dalav Bone Cuttor . Power Mills . VI ^¦¦ E- . CfrcnlKr and taitimenlali Free . * ^^^ WlXiSOIIBBOS ., ¦•• ton , Pa , Please mention the Western RuraL lift ? UAUr on hand a fine lot of land and water Mil IIHIL fowls , and prices to suit hard times ! ¦ Send , for price-list and order at once . MRS . J . O . PLUMB , Milton , -Wl «; BREEDER OF FANCY POULTRY ^^ 1 ? Rock , P . Cochin , L . Brahmas , B . Langshans , S . C . B . Leghorns , S . P . Hamburg . Bggs si per 15 . Circular free . JOHN MCDERMOTT . Canton ; 111 . jtar ^ i FCR 3 AIM RIDI 1 Q Black Langshans and Pekin LUUU flUU DllfUd Ducks , Sl . fO each , either sex . Eggs 81 . 00 per sitting of 13 for Langshans and 11 of Ducks by the 100 . Write for rates ^ ... fc JEDWIBT BOTES , Thorntown ...
SOME CONDITIONS FOR THE CANAL . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896
SOME CONDITIONS FOR THE CANAL . IT IS clear that the Nicaragua Ganal will not be built , unless the United States government stands behind it This the people will favor , provided it is a practicable enterprise . Some recent reports , at least semi-official , were against it . But as other carefully-obtained , expert testimony pronounces the canal feasible , there seems to be ground enough i to order a thorough survey and examination of all the difficulties . Congress would be fully justified in going thus far . A bill , such as Representative Mahon , of . Pennsylvania , has introduced , may not be ptemature . It is entirely consistent , as we understand it , with such an official survey as we have indicated . This bill proposes control by our government together with possible ownership . This is a far better plan than that of a mere subsidy and . mortgage such as was used with the Pacific roads , and under which the government is being cheated out of the revenue due it , and other ...
WHY BORROW CAPITAL ? [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896
WHY BORROW CAPITAL ? THE TIMES-HERALD , Chicago , a radical organ of the gold contractionists and foreign bondholders , in an article on Prosperity vs . Politics , says : The money question is a question of prosperity , not of politics . While agreeing with that declaration , we must most decidedly disagree with it as to what constitutes the basis of national prosperity . The goldite idea of national prosperity is built on borrowed foreign capital . It charges that the Senate , in standing for the free coinage of silver , has driven out foreign capital-, and says : There is not an industry in Illinois that will not be benefited by the return of this foreign money . The man who needs to borrow to make a payment on his little home is as much to be benefited by it as the great merchant ; the farmer as much as the manufacturer . A prosperity built on borrowed capital , it is unhecesasry to say , is of the most temporary and unsatisfactory character . Pay-day is sure to follow . A person...
WHY NOT BE CONSISTENT ? [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896
WHY NOT BE CONSISTENT ? THE silver question does not follow old party lines , and in spite of the efforts of the leaders of each to shift the troublesome infant on the other , neither will accept it . Nevertheless , there are plenty of people who have definite ideas on the tariff and yet believe the currency to be the / more important question . To all such we wish to submit this question : What consistency is there in placing import duties on either raw or manufactured articles , and for the sake of building up home industries , when at the same time by our financial policy , we are driving those same industries to ruin by depressing prices to a point where rip industry can live . All our economists and politicians have agreed on the proposition that a moderate iariff is desirable in our nation at the present time . Then why , in the name of common sense , should we continue on a gold basis . England , with absolute free trade and ^ complete gold monometallism , is at least consist...
Daily Doings [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896
Daily Doings MONDAY , APRIL 20 . —Fourhours of heavy downpour of rain in Chicago . —The section-of Ohio about Toledo visited by a rain and hail « torm which did much damage to fruit by destroying the blos -soms .. ¦ ¦ •¦ : ¦ ¦ ¦ : : -.- -7-The Illinois democratic state central committee names Peoria as the place and June 23 as the date of holding the state -convention . * ^ -. —Princess Alexander 6 f Saxe-Coburg-Gotha , third daughter • of the duke of Saxe-Ooburg-Gotha , the duke of Edinburgh , married the : hereditary prince Ernest of Hohenlohe-Langenburg , at • Coburg . TUESDAY , APRIL 21 . —Representative Cobb of Alabama was deprived of his seat In congress by a viva voce vote after a long debate . —M . Leori Say , the distinguished political economist , died in • Paris . Baron Hirsch , the . great Jewish philanthropist , died at Vienna , aged 63 years . —Cyrus H . MeCormick paid $ 555 , 000 for a corner lot in Chicago . One part of it cost $ 51 . 73 a square foot , another fract...
CIVIL SERVICE REFORM WINS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896
CIVIL SERVICE REFORM WINS . THE last and crowning triumph of reform in our civil service is the announcement that the president has decided to , include the fourth-class postoffices in the list of positibns under the law . Ten-years ago such a reform would have been as impossible of enforcement in political -circles , as the golden rule . To-day , it scarcely causes comment . To the victor belong the spoils is no longer • a political truism . The civil service law took 14 , 000 positions out of politics . To this number President Arthur added several hundred ariiid severe protests . Presidents Cleveland and Harrison added over fifteen thousand amid the grumbling of the baffled spoilsmen . Under the present ^ administration nearly 56 , 000 positions are made to depend on the qualifications rather than the political power of the holders . If the fourth class postofrices are included the last great menace of decent gpvernmentwill have been • cleared away . - • .
Woman and Her Domain [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896
Woman and Her Domain THE SWEETEST THINGS OF EARTH . What are the sweetest things , of earth ? Lips that can praise a rival s worth ; •••¦ A fragrant rose that hides no thorn ; Riches of gold untouched by scorn ; A happy little child asleep ; Eyes that- can smile though they may weep ; A brother s cheer ; a father s praise ; The minstrelsy of summer days ; A heart where anger never burns ; A gift that looks for no returns , : .. , Wrong s overthrow , pain s quick release ; ) Dark footsteps guided into peace ; The light of love in lover s eyes ; Age that is young as well as wise ; • A ; : mother s kiss ; a baby s mirth—; . These : are the sweetest things of earth . —Kansas City Times MARY ALLENS LEGACY . By Deborah Joyce . Mary Jane Allen was a teacher of country schools , born and bred on a farm . She had just passed her thirty-fifth birthday and had begun to realize , rthat she was becoming discouraged with : * her life as teacher , when to her greatsurprise she fell hei ^ , tp ahev...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896
ffff , CD PC Cnt this out and send to-day for free catalogue . ^ fW p K f * ¦ ¦ $ 2 . 75 buys natural finish Baby Carriage with Vflfcjt I II ¦¦• plated steel wheels , axle , springs ,, one piece Afl ^ K bent handle . 3 years guarantee . Carriages sent on 10 DAYS SHM ! FREE TRIAL . BUY PEOM FACTORY &amp; SAVE DEALERS PROFITS . ***&amp;&amp; OXFORD MDSE . CO .. 340 Wnbaiib . Ave ., CHICAGO .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896
pr Howard Chainless Bicycle . ^ j JffijkiBfekThb first man In any town who bnys one will b 9 l ^| By )^ Mel allowedan agent s discount and offered an acenKjfttw Tra *; ° y , whereoyhe gets commissions that will pay for XlSZm &amp; a mt ate wheeLjbr at least reduce the cost . Address HOWARD , 771 Summer Av „ Newark . NJ .
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896
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Our Young F oiks' Corner [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 April 1896
Our Young F oiks Corner A SPRING CHORUS . O , ; such a commotion under the ground When March called , Ho , there ! ho ! Such spreading of rootlets far and wide , Such whispering to and fro ! &gt; And , Are you ready ? the Snow-drop asked ; Tis time to start , you know . Almost , my dear , the Willow replied , ,, - Ill follow &lt; as soon as you go . Then , Ha ! ha ! ha ! a chorus came Of laughter soft and low , From the millions of flowers under the ground ; Yes , millions , beginning to grow . Ill promise my blossoms , the Crocus said , When I hear the bluebirds sing . And straight thereafter , Narcissus cried , My silver and gold Ill bring . And ere they are dulled , another spoke , My Hyacinth bells shall ring . And the Violet only murmured , I m here , And sweet grew the air of spring . Then Ha ! ha ! ha ! a chorus came Of laughter soft and low , From the millions of flowers under the ground ; Yes , millions , beginning to grow . O the pretty , brave things ! thr...
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*? - . . .. ... • - - ¦ - ¦¦ - .-1 - ¦¦ , By SD 6 AR 1 b . W / tlt £ ^^ We are Ten Travelers . There is the Merry Traveler , the Morose Traveler , the Clerical Traveler , the Gipsy Traveler , the chronic Traveler , the Casual Traveler , the Student Traveler , the Aimless Traveler , the Commercial Traveler , the Vagabond Traveler . How we came to know each other is no matter . We meet at times at my own apart- . ments in a quaint old inn , beside i . cavernous fireplace , into which countless now sightless eyes have for centuries peered , and in a pleasant way we re-live our pilgrimings , or recount those romances of others which have touched our hearts and tarried there . -In this old room , with its brown rafters , decrepit floor and little , high dormer windows , like the portholes of an old frigate , we seem to become almost one in this kindly companionship . We are so much one that when my guests have departed I sit here by the old fireplace , where friendly voices and presences...