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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 9 May 1885
Machinery . ( [ fV ^ r ^ mm ^ AHT tMBe J _ V ^~~ I 5 S ~ e : xL LaiixtLiJuoo ^^^^^ . —?! . , 9 . n l 7 Tbljf « l »« recelrea mTwIrdonbdlli HoiK-power ud nmheri 3 dClaS 5 i ^ nh ^ mt « nn l « l S ! lM ^ M » t wnded ihjtwo kit Gold Medale gl »« n by the New York Stele Agriculture ! Society os Hone-powere end Tlmbere &gt; end k .. SSlI , 5 i . , f cl * ,, F fy ?!* mmUr bnlH to *• UD * 1 8 UU « &gt; fw IH *** ind deecrlptton In Appleton eCycIepedls iuSSl ! J ^ S ^ i c ,, ^ / , I mMI *^^ 0 » »^«» l I «» e tl &gt; e « tandard na &lt;! hlne ofttU «»_ . tiy . Boytha beat , » b Ch «» pe » tta » l &gt; ee » 4 , Ceteloppfroffr ^ , Mim . ¦ wIwmATW ) I | l T Coble * fll , Scl ) Ot _« lJOo ., N . y . ****
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 9 May 1885
Commission Houses . COUNTRY DRESSED Hoes , Yeal , Beef , Poultry anfl Game , In active demand on the Ohicago Wholesale Market . Bave shrinkage and dockage . Consign to f . J . MURPHY . Commission Merchant , WEST JACKSON STREET , * 1 . - CHICA 00 . Oonntry Correspondence Solicited . S . E . WOOD . JAS . WOOD . E . A . WOOD . WOOD BROTHERS , COMMISSION MERCHANTS , Tor the Sale of All Kinds of LIV E STO C K . ADDBES 8 : Union . Bto-t-c Yards CHICAGO . Windmills . ¦ nnn . n _ n _ ri _ ru &gt; ri-rTji _ r &gt;&gt; o &gt;_ o ^^^^^^^^_^_^ J WWiWA ^^^ w ^^ w ^ mww ^ J ^ ^ m wjt WAmii &lt;^^^ B- A — Sellable agents to ^ K ^^ Bb __ r __^^^^ H &amp; - handle onr Wind * ^ ¦^ BKJ ^^^ HK mill . Deep Well ^ EHp ^ ^ ^ ^ H Itoroe Pump and ^• WT VHBV Eureka Farm ^ Ql Creameries . ^¦ I ^ M ^ Circular free . ^^^ TT = _» t _ 5 JS ££ ? rra , uld , ,, m * ta . IJUm . VH a • • JOIJUST . UX . LY . I WIND MILL / CV I A L -u , ooo- |^ Has no equal for ^ SlSS BI ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 9 May 1885
. ^ ^— . ^—^— . —m ^^^^^^^^^^^^ m I Windmills . ^ m m ^^^^ **^^* ~ * - * , ~ m m ^ m ~ * ~ mt W \** JKJ \ jajajatf \ f . jar . aa m m M ^ t Ihe American AH * _ UL _ ,. ~ , T « noe wrought Iron ^ Km / A rf __ HMWK &amp;&gt; . ¦ cause It to face the » i / lu *^^^^^ = ^^ ^^_ g can do so . Get asd- *—* ^ ^ j ^§^ l __ S _ - ^^ Hr fi ^ a iffi ^ Js . , ^ w y ° aJ * ed i «™^ ^^ al _ fifflB 8 ^ ties In Wind Engines . Send 10 c for ^^ . KfflHB ^ Ith 205 wood engravings . I ^_&amp; r &gt; THE AMEBIclN WfcLL WORKB . ^^^ iMALAF i ^^^^ M fSrS ^ A MEW DEPARTURE llP l WIND MILLS € BP W I Thrown in and out of wind bj ^^ Ww *^ S revolving the pump rod , doin * ^ LIBw • J ^ WMK ISffi ^^^ W- 6 ^^ MAum _ fnSn ^ £ S ( l , l £ ^™ K STOVER MPfl C 0 . F ggfggg . * . Real Estate . ¦ ¦ * — -- i Nebraska Lands . ? P ~_ a , &gt;* r «^ Mt &lt;&gt; olferlnFarmsandCltyProp « Address , H . B . GEOEOE S oa , Lincoln , Keb . CHEAP HOMES 2 S • • obtojned In a mUd...
letter * atul $ tnsnr * rgL [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 9 May 1885
letter * atul $ tnsnr * rgL Brahmo YTan .--We do not recommend this alleged remedy for deafness we would say to an inquirer . Harness Oil . —In answer to a correspondent we would say that neats foot oil makes a good harness oil ., German Insurance Co . —In answer to a correspondent . Ine again say that this company is believed to be all right . Moth . —An Iowa correspondent asks for a remedy to destroy moth in Brussels carpets . Take up the carpet and brush it thoroughly . Corn and Sorgleum . —Please answer the following : Will sorghum and corn mix if planted togetlier ? -ff . W . -No . Musical Watch . —In answer to a correspondent would say that we do not recommend either the stem winding mnsical watch , or the Boston paper that offers it . Helling Farms . —A Meohanicsville , Ioa ., correspondent asks abont a firm in Chicago that wants to sell farms for Iowa farmers . We do not know the firm . Should be very careful . Chemical Works . —Please answer the following question : Is the ...
J | lsctllant 0 tt [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 9 May 1885
J | lsctllant 0 tt Kansas Letter . EDITOBS WESTEBN RUBAI .: —SO mnch has been written and ea i d a b out Kansas that it seems the sub j ect wonl d be exha u sted ; b nt like a violin and cider-vinegar it is bettered by age . The Kansas of to-day , l ike the Lost Ten bribes of Israel , has lost i ts id entity with itself and has taken on new features . Its p ro g ress has b een phenomenal . Four hundred miles long , east an d west , by 200 miles wide , no r th and south , ia no little territory ; and yet that is the size o f this gr eat and we ll advertised State ,, whose p o p ulation is a little over one million people . Nor is this all . If a complete map of the United Stat e s be f olded f rom bottom to top and f ro m right to l e f t and then spread out i t will show that the creases or fold-marks wi l l eaoh c r oss the other at a p o i nt a b ont s i xty miles west o f To p eka , -thereby indicatin g that the g eo g raphical center o f the whole U ni ted St ates is in th e vic...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 9 May 1885
, Books . . IWWHBWWWFBFBWWWfM—¦¦ ; HOW THE FARM PAYS Is a new work on Farming , of 400 pages , written br . William Croiler and Peter Henderson , two of the best known -practical Farmers and Gardeners on this conMHent . The book is mailed for | 2 J » . Table of Contents and Terms to Agents sent free . Our Agents are making . &amp; om » 8 _ to » l 0 per dav selling this ! took . , PETER HENDERSON e &gt; CO .. tt &amp; WCortlandtBt . Sew York . _ m _ . l _ U _ U _ U _ U _ U _ U _ m _ . _ UmU _ U * . ______________________^^^^^^—^—————^—— I ADC Villi TDVIUfl 0 tecun an « Inos- j AKt YUU I KTIIIutlonwlthontthealdof teachers ? or , your school days over , would you have a . quick means ot gaining a better knowledge of school . studies ? would yon have a sura preparation for Nor- . mal Inetltute ? Then send for a copy of the COMMON SCHOOL COMPENDIUM . Tlte cream off all the tern * books In one . Endorsed by eminent educators . Sent postpaid on receipt of postal not...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 9 May 1885
. Miscellaneous . LUMBER . If rou are going to nse Lumber , Sash , Doors or Blinds for any purpose , send your bills to me for estimate . I will give you Ohicago wholesale prices , get special freight rates and write yon just what ft will cost you , on board cars , delivered at your town . You oan save 35 to 40 per cent , by sending yonr bills to me . . J . I . WILSON , 167 Dearborn St ., Chicago . ! ; . . , _______ . I j . . . ¦ Medical . nVCDEDCIA Its Nature . Causes , Prevention and If I drCrdlft Cure . By JOHN H . MoALVIN . Lowell , Haas ; It years Tax Collector . Sent free to any address , RUPTURES . DB . PIEKORS Patent Magnetic Elastic Truss has ln tfae past 10 years CURED 0 , 000 CASES of Rupture . This Truss cures because so made tbat lt Is a perfect and easy retainer , and haa a complete electric battery in the pad , continually lnforclng the vitalising electric current to the breach , causing at flrst a mild irritation , and afterwards aids nature to heal lt np . It is wor...
4 « :. iM- [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 9 May 1885
4 « :. iM- Written for The Western Rural ! The Covered Bridge . Bl O . Ii . O . Tell the tainting soul in the weary form . There s a world ot purest bliss , That is linked as the soul and form are linked , . By a Covered Bridge , with this . let , to reach that realm on the other shore , We mnst pass throngh a transient gloom , And mnst walk , unseen , nnhelped and alone , Throngh that Covered Bridge—the tomb . Bnt we all pass over on equal terms , For the universal toll Is the outer garb , which the hand of God , Has flnng aronnd the soul . Though the eye is dim and the bridge is dark , And the river it spans is wide . Yet , Faith points throngh to a shining mount , That looms on the other side . To enable onr feet in the next day s march To climb np that golden ridge , We mnst all lie down for one night s rest Inside ot the Covered Bridge . . » . • A Jug Breaking . At the recent annual meeting of the Woman s Christian Temperance Union in this oity , Miss Frances Willard was announ...
Iljllfl fettfr [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 9 May 1885
Iljllfl fettfr Wearing Slippers . 1 « . A gentleman who had traveled a great deal and spent some years in England was speaking of Englishwomen , and expatiated , as usual , on their good health as compared with American women and the long walks they took , and finished with tho remark : But the English ladies never wear their thick shoes in the honse , they always change and put on slippers . This idea seems to prevail to a great extent among American women also , that it is the proper thing to wear slippers in the house . This may be a good plan for those who live in houses kept at a Summer heat at all times , and never go out except when attired for visiting , shopping or something of the kind . It is also a relief to the weary housekeeper who has been on her feet all day to sit down in the evening with her slippers on . But the practice of wearing slippers in the morning , when one is liable to be called on to step ont doors at any moment whUe the grass is wet with dew , is produ...
| ) mmg |)* 0 $ 1 *« [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 9 May 1885
| ) mmg |)* 0 $ 1 *« Vi hat John Had Learned . When John oame home from school one day , His face was very grave ; He seemed an added dignity , An added height tn have . I trust my son , his father said , Yon learn yonr lessons well , The time is coming , when yonr way Of learning tasks will tell . I see that you are thinking hard , This makes me very glad . Come , tell me what you ve learned to-day , — What lessons have yon had ? - John speaks , ( and shocks ns too , ) the while His large , bright eyes dilate ; I ve learned to shin np a lamp post . And hit fromthe shoulder straight ! —Good Cheer One of Grandma s Stories . « The house is all in order , said Belle , spick and span from top to bottom , and it s an hour and a half before time for the train . Let s go into grandma s room and rest a while and oool off before we dress . Yes , said Kitty , so we will . My cookery things are all right . The chicken salad is lovely . Poor Topknot ! she went on mournfully , I never did think ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 9 May 1885
Medical . ^ i - n _ n ^ i-ri -- ii-j i _ . nj ^_ ri _ n _ rLru ~ L- U * 1 i i ii ** s ~»~ i * ** * * - - .. ~ - — — — — — -,-, — -, -, — That Tired Feeling . The warm weather has a debilitating effect , especially upon those who are within doors most of the time . The peculiar , yet common , complaint known as that tired feeling , is the result . This feeling can be entirely overcome by taking Hoods Sarsaparllla , which gives new life and strength to all the functions of the body . I could not sleep ; had no appetite . I took Hood s Sarsaparllla and soon began to sleep soundly ; could get up without that tired and languid feeUng ; and my appetite improved , B . A . SANFOBD , Kent , Ohio . Strengthen fhe System Hood s Sarsaparllla is characterized by • three peculiarities : 1 st , the combination ot remedial agents ; Sd , the proportion ; Sd , the procei * of securing the active medicinal qualities . The result ls a medicine of unusual strength , effecting cures hitherto unknown . Be...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 9 May 1885
Medical . ASTHMA AND HAY FEVER _ „ THEIR CAUSE AND CURE . KNIGHTS NEW BOOK SENT FREE . Address , Xi . . A .. KrETIQ-HT X 5 East Third Street , CWCII » N * rirdHlo . . . W Mention this paper . * BCi Miscellaneous . en Floral Qem &amp; Hidden Name Cards , wi . h samples &amp; OKI new Premium list , 10 c . Wis . Card Co ., Eland . Wis . ^ gEl tim - tWm—am fin Differrat Styles with year nwno - &lt; f ImM ^ mm CUM . ed , IO et * . A Cloth ud Gilt bound Vjj ^^ P Agent . Book otBOcxitly sty Its ,-Sets . Noft-ce * W ssgutle . . Card Co ., Walllngrard . Conn . r Thi * Company doe * not Heal in troth . How the Farm Pays . The experience of forty years ot successful Farming and Gardening by the authors Wm . Crozier and Pater Henderson , Isa valuable work of 400 pages , suited to the nse of every tiller of the soil . It isflluetrated and handsomely printed and bound . We have a small stookof this work which we will send postpaid tor 99 . 00 . Address THB WMMBRW BBKAt , C...
CONTENTS OF THIS NUMBER [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 9 May 1885
CONTENTS OF THIS NUMBER A « RIClTIiTITHE-W . M . Hoyt Companv : A . Ortmayer &amp; Son ; Brother Jonathan s Jokes 289 HORTICULTURAL — Tobacco Shed : Curing Tobacco ; Plant Growth ; Hoot-Habit of the Strawberry ; Planting Evergreens ; Osage Orange ; Silk Cnltare ; Plenty of Oood Frnit ; Cultivation of Flowers ; Horticultural Notes . •••• . ...... •••• 290-91 8 CIElilWPIC . 7 ov 6 rwork ^ Brai _ -sVAnVmal vs . Vegetable Diet ; Slaking Babbit Metal ; Science Notes 291 • aSNBBAIs MARKETS .- 292 LETTERS ANO ANSWERS .- 293 miSCEIsIi ANBOUS .-Kansas Letter ; Osborn and Mitchell Co ., Kan . ; Setting Fence Posts ; Buckeye Bake 293 ALLIANCE AND GRANGE .- 293 POETRY .-The Covered Bridge 291 What John Had Learned 295 LiftMeUp 298 FIRESIDE . —s . jug Breaking ; Rambles ; Poetry in Ever ? Day Life ; Evening Chat ; Early Settlers ; Keeping a Journal ; Another Bag ; Women s Affairs ; Becipee 291 HYGIENE . - Wearing Slippers ; Good Drainage for Our Houses 291 VOUNG PEOPLE .-One of Grandma s...
% AUatkl [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 9 May 1885
% AUatkl The Grumblers ln Society . Last week the new Board of Trade building in this oity waa opened and dedicated , and that shiftless , lazy portion of the oommnnity popularly known as Socialists embraced tbe occasion to make a demonstration against society and the Board of Trade especially . Fifteen hundred strong they marched through the streets with the intention of insulting the gentlemen who had built and were going to occupy the Board of Trade palace , if indeed they intended nothing worse . The opinion whioh THC WESTEBN RUBAI . entertains of the bad features of the Board of Trade is too well known to need statement here . Bat the Socialists of Chicago in the demonstration referred to gave expression to only two grievances and they were no grievances at all . One was that the Board had bnilt an elegant building and the other was that the members were abont to sit down at a banquet at whioh eaoh plate would cost twenty dollars . THB WSBTEBN RUBAI , objects to some of the way...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 9 May 1885
I ^^^ PX ^ AKD AMERICAN BTOCKMAW . CHICACO , MAY 9 , 1885 . SUBSCRIPTION RATES , 0 i . es Per Year in Advance , Postpaid . CLUB RATES , • 1 . SO Per Year , Postpaid , ln Cluba of 1 » frith extra copy FRKB to Getter ap or Club . We hope eaoh one of onr readers will do ns the favor to aoqn-Int his friends and neighbors with the merits ot this paper and induce tbem to subscribe for It . THE WESTEBN BOBAL was entered at the PosMMnce Chicago . Ol .. Angust 18 th , 1879 , as second-class matter . In accordance-wftli Section 199 ofthe Postal Laws and BegulaUons .
fa pAtaV 4 % $ *& [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 9 May 1885
fa pAtaV 4 % $ *&amp; —Gen . Grant is still improving , and is laying plans for the Summer . —Whitelaw Beid of the New York Tribune has been sued for libel by Chas P . Miller . —The total exports of produoe from New York last week were valued at $ 6 , 847 , 670 . —The Niagara Park Reservation bill has been signed by the Governor of New York —The flrst vessels of the grain fleet left Chicago for the straits . Navigation is now open . —There have been 460 deaths among the ohildren of New York from measles since January 1 . —Berlin has granted 100 , 000 marks for the International Art Exhibition to be held there next year . —All the powers it is said , have urged Turkey to remain neutral in oase of war between England and Russia . —ltis said that many of the wealthy and influential residents ot Cuba favor the annexation of the Island by the United States . —The strike of the stone cutters in the quarries of Lemont and JolietlU ., has about ended matters being satisfaotorilly se...