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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 14 March 1868

Vermont Merino Bucks OF SUPERIOR STOCK QUALITIES , from Old Grimes , for sale by E . L . OAMrBELL , Comstock s Landing , N . Y ., or GEO . CAMPBELL , 195 West Westminster , Vt .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 14 March 1868

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 14 March 1868

AGENTS WANTED . TO ALL WHO HAVE SOLD or ever expect to sell books , now is your time to sell our new MEN OF OUR TIMES , . . —BT— ; . Harriet Beechcr Stowe , ! £ ? J ? h , > ISP 1 author In America , and this the WiiTr . ?! ™ ° „ rt , ° i hBr •¦ remarkably successful life . Tv ™ . ™ Vv 3 h ! 1 *<> „ UNCLE TOMS CABIN . SKS 7 J ^ S ^ S £ nd * 0 I otauUrs • »» , and secure choice of . territory . No time to be lost . Address .. J . A . STODDARD < fc CO ., 182 - 102 Washington St ., Chicago , III .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 14 March 1868

IMPORTANT TO AGRICULTURISTS ! BERRYS RAW BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE , The Best , and , according to its value and the facility with which it can be applied , the CBEAPESX FERTILJ HER muse . It contains the very ingredients of which constant wopplng has deprived tho soil , vis .: — . ;•¦ ¦¦ Phosphates and Phosphoric Acid , As well as AMMONIA ASDNITHOOEK . Also , constantly on hand FINE BONE DUST , and COARSE GROUND BONE , for fruit trees . Superphosphate— ......... . — $ 45 per ton Fine Bone Dust 30 , . Coarse Ground Bone ..... — .. 25 All orders promptly attended to , and circulars sent on application , by moil or otherwise , to , BERRY BROTHERS , 255 ^ Woodbridge St . West , Detroit , Mich .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 14 March 1868

gfrqleiiv NORTHWESTERN WAREHOUSE , 199 and 201 Randolph St ., Chicago . __ J . T . WHIPPLE , AGENT .

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 14 March 1868

PUREGARDENSEEDS. :- ;;[ ¦ ; BY MAIL , POSTAGE PAID . ON RECEIPT OF PRICE QUOTED , wo will forward any of the following Seeds to any part of the United States , by mail ; postage paid . Address all letters to ¦ . ¦ • . vSHEPPARD&CO., ( POST OFHOB Box 2972 . ) . , » 14 MARI »_ STIlKET f NEW YORK . ¦ Beet ;; ¦ . .. . ¦ ¦ : Dluslt-Itleloa . Porpkt . Peroz . PerB . Per pkt Per oz . Per to . Extra-early Bassino : . — .. 05 . 10 $ 1 . 25 Early White Japan ; ... . 65 . 40 $ ( . 00 Early Blood Turnlp _ •-06 . 10 1 . 25 Kino Nutmeg ...... . 05 . 15 1 . 50 Long Smooth Blood . 05 . 10 . . 1 . 00 Green Citron ................. . 05 . 15 L 50 whiteBugar ......... r .. — . r . 05 . w .. . . LOO ¦ . . .. Water-Melon . Cabbage . Early Mountain Sprout . 05 . 20 2 . 50 u ..,. vn * _ . „ . 05 . 26 2 . 00 Monntain Sweet . 05 M 5 . 1 . 50 Iarv ] l £ ? York I 05 25 iOO BlsokBpanlsh . 05 . 15 2 . 00 SD ^ h ^ . V ^ Vr ...-.: : « . 25 loo Citron ( for pre . erves ) . 05 . 15 2 . 00 Wlnnlngstadt 1...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 14 March 1868

IMPORTANT TO POTATO GROWERS . 4 ¦ m ^^^^^^^ IVflHi ^^^ Mft ^^^^^^ fc ChampionPotato Harvester , THE GREATEST LABOR-SAVING MACHINE of the age . Will dig from three to five acres per day with one man and team , and leave the groundjln splendid condition . Vfe are prepared to furnish a limited number of these machines at $ 200 each , delivered aboard tho cars , and warrant them to give satisfaction ; trial to be made before machine la paid for . Orders must be sent in at once to secure machines for the coming season . Terms cash , or good approved notes at three montbs . ~ BAliDwtrT A WAT . 130 Look Box 650 , Detroit , Mich . jfgsJBim ? aMDeROMCDWam ^ sK gH ^ . . - ¦ , ¦ -TBAB 6 * MXHK ^ ^ O ¦¦ • -Q RVMOWSMBmUtSatWS & t ^^ tSmHE REYNOLDS MOWER AND REAPJ- ER KNIVES , manufactured exclusively by us , under Reynolds Patents for tempering steel withoutthe aidot any liquid , received the only award at the great National Implement Xrial , ) held at Auburn in 1885 . Thev possess •...

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THE MARKETS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 14 March 1868

THE MARKETS . Chicago Produce Market . . , OFFICE OF THE WESTERN RDBAL , } ¦ CniOAao , March 9 , 1808 . ¦ J . APPLES—Green , $ 100 @ 6 00 V hi ; Dried , 9 @ 10 # c BARLEY-No . 2 $ 2 11 @ 218 ^ 100 16 s . BEANS— $ 3 76 @ 4 76 % » bu . BROOM CORN— $ 125 00 @ 160 00 % ) ton . BUTTER—Choice dairy , 40 @ 48 o ; good tub , S 6 @ 88 c ; prime flrkln , 30 @ 33 c ; common firkin , 14 @ 2 fic . CHEESE—New York factory , 17 @ 18 c ; Illinois feetory , 10 ® 17 cj Hamburg , 16 ® l 7 c ; Western Reserve , 16 iai 6 c ; Western Dairy , 12 Q 14 . , . • CORN—New , 84 g 884 Xc . CRANBERRIES-CuIUvated , $ 15 « 0 © 18 00 : Wild , $ 9 0001200 ^ 1 bbl DRESSED HOGS— $ 8 50 @ 10 60 ^ 1 cwt . EGGS—Supply large , and decline in prices . Fresh , 10 @ 21 c ; limed , nominal . FLOUR—White winter , $ 13 00 O 18 75 ; rcU winter , $ 1160 ; Spring extras , $ 10 00 @ 10 60 ; Spring Superfines , $ 7 00 @ 7 45 : buckwheat , $ 8 60 j rye , 8845 . HAY—With , large stocks prices are receding . Timothy , roller and beater ...

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ftoto attfl jwip , [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 14 March 1868

ftoto attfl jwip , Written for The Western Rural . THE WHITE CRAPE SHAWL . BT MBS . M . L . BAYNE . •¦ ¦ • Mrs . Smith Blakesley drew down the green shades of her very comfortable sitting rboni , and wondered why Alice did not come In to light the lamps , and set her work table for her , and perform the rest of those little attentions which were so necessary for her comfort , when , if she had but glanced through the blinds before she drew down the shades , she would have seen that staid and modest damsel engaged in a blushing conference with a dark , brigandish-looklng fellow , who was evidently out of humor , and needed a great deal of coaxing . No surreptitious visitor , for Alice was the soul of honor , and being engaged , considered it an honor instead of a . disgrace , as young ladies in a higher standing sometimes do . When she got rid of him on that occasion , she ran up to her mistress with many apologies for the . delay , and soon had the lamps shining , and the fire spark...

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fwttal , [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 14 March 1868

fwttal , Written for The Western Sural . mr wnmow CURT ACTS . BY MM . W . Ck WOOD . Vo orient palace e er eonM koow Curtains w rich In grace and ; glow , Tho * wrought by weary hand , A * those my window * showed this mora , : Of crystal and of sunshine boo , Made by the Frost-King s wsnd . ,. ; . Had fabled fairy lent the skill That made each pane the fairest sUD , . Broidjered in silver sheen » He knew what sanuner blooms there were , From tropic palm to Northland fir , And mosses set between . Gardens of sweets , and bees in swarms , , Cedars that bend their graceful forms , ; Where wind had plumed his wings ; . No longer eyes of night the stars , Whose lines of light , like stiver bars , For angelsharps were strings . On some hed laid a heavy hand , To show the power at his command , Or tired of dainty touch ; Here crowded ships with shining sail , And troops with helmet , plume and mall , Whose brave hearts dare—how much I Here shining Alpine streams congealed , There distant i...

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AGRICULTURAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 21 March 1868

AGRICULTURAL The Sugar Maple and its Product . The sugar maple ( Acer Sacctorinum ) should be found on every farm where the soil and climate are suitable to its growth . The tree is very ornamental , and along with tiiis desirable property , it is exceedingly useful in various ways . It is a valuable shade tree and also makes good shelter from the cold winds of early Spring . A grove of sugar maples standing to the windward of the orchard and garden will be found very serviceable to thc fruit grower throughout the year . The bad effects of stripping the land of forest trees are becoming more apparent every year . The land is scorched by protracted droughts , and fruit trees , etc ., are damaged by atmospheric blights . In places where forest trees suited for shade or shelter already exist , they must be retained , and they should be provided wherever they are lacking . Among deciduous trees there is none more suitable for this purpose than the sugar maple , and it possesses this dec...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 21 March 1868

A Weekly Farm and Family Paper . _ -X . BI _ ISH __ D AT CHICAGO AMD DETROIT . H . _ J . F . Lewis , Editor and Proprietor . ASSOCIATE EDITORS i Ct . B . BOBBOTf , Chicago ; EDWARD MASON , Detroit . Wiih a Full Corpl ofjssielants and Contributors . Terms , 03 . 50 per Yeai j $ 3 . 00 In Clubs .

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AGRICULTURAL . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 21 March 1868

AGRICULTURAL . Selections and Conden ___ IOM . What Sheep to Buy . Among men who have had no previous experience in sheep , there are but few who ought to commence with over five hundred head , and one thousand is the extreme limit to which a new sheep man s flock should reach on the start . Some men think that if they can only hire a good shepherd they can start with a considerably larger flock than otherwise . This Is partly true ; andyet , though a good shepherd is a good thing , a good owner , who knows his business , is a much better thing . Another thing I have noticed is , that a good shepherd is a much better shepherd when hired to & man who is himself a first-rate shepherd than when he may have shepherded for one who knows but little about sheep . _ ^^^^^ With the new men who have pitched into sheep in Illinois and Iowa during the past five , six , or seven years , and who are now pitching out , or trying to , as fast as they pitched in—next to the great mistake...

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VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 21 March 1868

VETERINARY < _ nd ___ bnA . r . Murray , Veterinary Surgeon , 265 Beaubtm St ., Detroit , Mich ., ( tait Profeuor _ n Boyal Agricultural College , CireiuetUr , Biwtoii ) Soundness of the Horse-Crib-Biting . The habit of seizing the manger with the . teeth , and producing a noise similar to that of eructation , has been termed crib biting . The expression . wind-sucker has been applied to the same habit of the horse when the teeth are not applied against a solid object in the act of sucking . In crib-bltlng and wind-sucking there Is frequently a diseased state of the gullet and stomach which induces the horse to swallow air . Crib-bit-ing constitutes unsoundness ,, and where thc . outer edge of the incisor teeth Is worn and ; ragged , it may be suspected to exist . Crib-bitiug , then , is tlie aet . of swallowing air , and as healthy horses acquire the habit rapidly , it may be practised when no disease of either of these organs exists , though its long continuance will do...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 21 March 1868

l _ _ ~ Prof . Dalton s Report to the N . Y . State Agricultural Society , on abortion in cows , especially in the dairy regions in New York , will soon be published . The Commission has devoted much time to the sub- i ject , and while it has discovered no definite i cause of the disease , it is shown that many J pf the theories heretofore prevalent are in- fl correct , and that the disease is not caused fl by the more obvious causes that have been J j l suggested . - M

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HORTICULTURAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 21 March 1868

HORTICULTURAL Cultivation of the Apple .-Nb . L The successful culdvation of the apple has now become a matter of such Importance as to demand constant attention . Some soils are better adapted to the growth of this fruit than others , and some varieties of fruit are better suited to peculiar localities than others , and on this account some experience is required to enable the farmer or frnit culturist to test the effect of the soil and climate on the different varieties of this fruit . Some soils seem naturally adapted for fruit growing , being naturally drained and lying iq a good aspect ; others are not so well suited for this purpose , but they may be greatly improved by artificial drainage , subsoiling and manuring . Shelter may be provided by the construction of screens of evergreens ; not thin ranks of Norway spruce , as some writers recommend , bnt thick , compact masses of trees that will be able to resist the utmost force of tbe wind . Rows of the White Willow or Canadian...

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gomesti . ( Eccmmmt [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 21 March 1868

gomesti . ( Eccmmmt Edited by a PracticalHousekeeper . Economy in using Coal . One of our contemporaries makes a statement in reference to a means of saving fuel , which , if correct . should bo generally known , particularly in these hard times , when economy is so necessary . It says : —There is an economy in the use of coal that is not generally known , which may be employed to great advantage . We allude to the consumption of the ashes and cinders , without sifting , cither in grate or stove , by which one-third , if not one-half , of the fuel may be saved , without diminishing the heat . Instead of throwing away the ashes and cinders , as is universally the case , have a wa-ter-tight vessel or box , into which they should be mixed wifh water , nntil forming a thick mortar or paste . A few lumps of coal fairly ignited , with a thick layer of this compost , superimposed , will make a first-rate lire , and continue to burn as long as , or longer than , a grate or stove fired with ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 21 March 1868

Iff to 30 Days Earlier I Keyes Early Prolific Tomato . HOVEY __ . CO . again offer genuine seeds raised I > y tliem , of this most valuable Tomato , which has proved from 15 to 30 days earlier than any other kind J . B . BEWALL , Bt . Faul , says : — It is one month earlier than the Tllclen . P . HENDERSON , New York , says , It ripens its general crop ahout 16 days earlier than any other . D . LANDRETB < fc SON say that lt is a week earlier , and that Is enough to make it valuable . A writer In the AH . AGRICULTURIST says each vine produces 10 pounds per plant , and tho Tlldcn only 2 X pounds ; tbat it ripens up its crop in 4 weeks . CHAS . DOWNING , N . Y ., says , It Is nt least 10 days earlier than any other variety . E . W . S _ - VESTER , Lyons , N . Y ., says , It is 10 to IB days ahead of all others . Jonas J . KINO , Dubuque , Iowa , says , lt Is not only 15 to 20 days earlier , hnt better flavored : an acquisition beyond dispute . Single packets of se...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 21 March 1868

Squashes and Onions . I HAVE WRITTEN two very thorough works , one on the cultivation ot each of these vegetables , in whicii the directions given for every step of tho process - for selecting solf , preparing , manuring , planting , protecting from insects , weeding , ripening , gathering , storing , and marketing tho crop—aro so very minute , tbat the new heglnner can bo equally successful with experienced growers . Each work is fully illustrated . Sent to any address and warranted to reach the purchaser , at 30 cents each . If , on readiit g them , any person thinks he has nol got his money s worth I mill refund il gratis . Catalogues of warranted choice vegetable seed , over ono hundred varieties of which are of my own growing , sent free to all . JAMES J . H . GREGORY , 186 Marblehead , Mass .

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