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QUERIST COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
QUERIST COLUMN Sign your name and address to all letters for this department . We take no notice of unsigned communications . We will not publish the names if so requested . Questions will not he answered unless ^ written on paper containing no reference to subscriptions or other , departments of the . paper . Questions of law inthis column are answered by O . R . Barnett , of the Chicago Bar , 1516 Monadnock Building , Chicago . Owing to the large number of legal questions received by this department with requests for reply by mail , we shall hereafter answer no legal queries by mail unless accompanied by a tee of 53 per question . LIMITATIONS . —How long does a note in Indiana run , before it is outlawed ?—H . Streeby . —Ten years . WIRE NETTING . —Is Peter Duryee &amp; Co ., New York , reliable , and do they send out firstclass goods?—E . N . B „ Aledo . —We know nothing against . HIDES WITH HAIR ON . —Please inform me where there is a reliable firm who tan hides with the...
NEWS COMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
NEWS COMMENTS The Methodist General Conference at Cleveland , O ., is struggling with the problem of woman s , right to vote in church matters . The conference meets every four years to settle questions of law and discipline . The women have asserted their rights and four delegates were admitted to the conference . This was in some sense a victory , but the real contest ; is yet to come at this writing . It is expected that the claim of the women to recognition will be admitted . Following oriental precedent another ruler has perished by the hand of the assassin . . Nasir Ed Din , Shah of Persia , was shot while entering the mosque of Abdul Azim at Teheran on May ist : The murderer is reported to have been a member of the Babi secret , society pledged to anarchy . Other reports say that he was a fanatic acting solely on his own responsibility . The dead Shah ,- although a barbarian in many of his instincts , was in the main a just and liberal monarch . His sysfem . of government was...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
HOWARD .&amp;WILSON PUBLISHING COMPANY ^- N . E . Corner Madison and Franklin Sts . TERMS : $ 1 . 00 per year . . Subscriptions may begin with any ; aumber . ^ ,, ** , * „ - \ - . CLUB TERMS : 80 cts . a year in clubs of five ; 75 cts . a year in clubs of ten or more . .. „„ , „ Add ten cents if Money vs . Products , or New Hygiene , or Modern Kitchen , or Modern Poultry Book , or other book Is Write for terms to agents or for terms on Special Premiums . All communications should be . addressed WESTERN RURAL , CHICAGO . III . •EASTERN OFFICE ( for advertising department only ) : FitANK S . SMITH , 47 Times Building , New York . ; Entered at the Chicago Postoffice as Second class matter .
Herds , Flocks and Dairy [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
Herds , Flocks and Dairy QUESTIONS ANSWERED . We shall try eaoh week to answer In this column questions about sheep , swine , cattle and dairy matters if our readers will write their questions upon paper •containing no reference to subscriptions or to other departments of the paper . •J . P . Minden , Pennsylvania . —Your question about horseless carriages cover so much ground that to answer them fully would take more time and space than the interest in them warrants . We refer you to the Times-Herald of this city for literature on the subject . If they have hone on hand they can put you in the way of procuring it . —J . B ., Minnesota : Samuel Dahl , the Colorado ranchman , has several Arabian horses for sale . Think you can get his address by writing with stamp inclosed , to Field and Farm , D ^ veiv Colorado . A number of the Arabian stallions brought ^ er for exhibition ai ; the : World s Fair , were not ^ returried , but sold to parties here . The Sultan of Turkey never gave Pr...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
The . happiness of married ; life depends on the wife s health oftener than on . any other one consideration . An ailing woman is a source of discontent to herself and a b u r d e n and drag upon her husband . W omen •by taking more interest in their own physical condition would lay the best foundation for married happiness arid every other . h a p p i n e s s . More than half the suffering which sapa the energies arid sours the disposition of women is directly traceable to some disorder of the organs distinctly feminine . There is no real need of such troubles ; they are invariably cured by Dr . Pierce s Favorite Prescription , which reaches and strengthens the internal generative organs as no other treatment can possibly do . By restoring health and strength to this most important part of the feminine constitution , the . Favorite Prescription gives new tone and energy to all the rest of the body . One of the most deeply interesting and truly educative books ever written ts the Pe...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
Al^^^WITlI^^^feSKETHERYmHDSTACIimS»&amp; 0 gr PRACTICAL—MOST WgJLW t ^ L ^ iSTSS ! AS ARE ALSO THE t £ SU ! 5 ^ J &amp; ^^tiLrKEDCR^camJE^fATOR&amp;«&gt;CQSQPEIIS DBN^gpOOMJUR^^ERsinlBpAND ^ IMGL &amp; , TO !!| SDER ^Mcompowno^S^TRACfl 0 M . P 0 RTABIi . SRID 65 TATibNARY rt&amp;enoines*%L- ^ CATAtOGUE MAILtD FOR THE ASMNGi ASK TOR IP i\miTnm^niNGmmmotRACDNC WIS . *—* W^^^^^^^^^^^FAN IRISHMANS REASON . A group of Kentucky farmers were discussing fences . One only , defended a ratchet device , all the others preferred the Page . Each in turn gave his reasons , a son of the ould sod last . Begorra ! said he , Id rayther hev a cow thatl coom up hersilf than be goin af ther her twice a day . PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE CO ., Adrian , Mich . 1hStowelPstEvergreenCJhoicest Seed ever offered , at a price for table use as green com Or for fodder . Per bushel .............. . $ 1 . 60 Two bushels for 3 . 00 Six bushels for ..... 8 . 00 SAMPLE FOR 2-CE...
THE AUSTRALIAN RABBIT PEST . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
THE AUSTRALIAN RABBIT PEST . ,. By I . N . Ingrain . A US , TRALIA is scourged with rabbits . *&gt; ; ., The locusts of Egypt never played greater havoc in the valley of the Nile than the rabbits have inflicted on the Island Continent . - Like the grasshoppers of Kansas , the animals have destroyed everything vegetable that they have encountered . They have not been content with destroying the herbage , but have attacked the fruit trees , and laid waste many orchards ;; Fifty years ago no rabbits were on the island . They are an imported . plague . The settlers would to-day , be free of rabbits , and from the losses of their ravages , had they not brought them to the country . The party who imported the animals thought that he was doing a service to the inhabitants by adding to the game of the island , and increasing the variety of its shooting . But few game animals occupied the antipodes except kangaroos ; and their ungainly form furnished monstrous sport . An ambitious , ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
MoreMedicinal yalue ^ in a bottle of Hood s Sarsaparilla than in any other preparation . More skill is required , more care taken , more ¦¦ j expense incurred in its manufacture * It costs the proprietor and the dealer More but it costs . the . consumer less , as he , gets more doses for his money . More curative power issecuredbyits peculiar combination , proportion and process , which make it peculiar to itself . More people are employed and more space occupied in its Laboratory than any other . More wonderful . cures effected and more teswixi « wmomals received than by any other . more sales and more increase year bv vear are reported by druggists . ¦ y m o re people ar taking Hood s Sarsaparilla today than any other , and more are . taking today than ever before . More and STILL MORE reasons might be given why you should take HoodsSarsaparillaThe One True Blood Purifier . $ 1 per . bottle . Hnnd c Dillc S ure aU Liver * lis and nOOU S PUIS Sick Headache . 25 cents .
THE GRAZING SEASON . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
THE GRAZING SEASON . TOO many farmers rush the live stock onto grass at the earliest opportunity . North of the latitude . of St . Louis few localities , as a rule , should expect the live stock to live on the grass alone , before May 15 th , except where first-class blue grass prevails , which will sustain the stock fairly well after April 15 . Grain soaked to be readily eaten by the animals without effect on the teeth , of being repulsive , . will do much to maintain progressive and uninterrupted growth . As a safe precaution to make sure that the stock shall eat the grain and not gorge themselves with the green grass and from this suffer unduly from an over degree of purging the bowels , the feeding of grain should be attended to in the morning ; and as far as practicable the grazing should be limited to a few hours of the afternoon , during the first two weeks . In fact , the first time the grazing is begun it should be for not to exceed an hour , and not later than four oclock ...
AcmeHornPreventer. -Pretty with Horns . But Handier without . Directions for using Acme Horn Preventer When the calf is from two to six weeks old scrape or pare the horn buttons with a knife so as to take off thj outside surface . Take the Acme Horn Preventer , moisten 1 it or . the prepared horn button and rub the white substanot on the horn button thoroughly . Onee is sufficient ; Regular price 50 cents . With this paper one year * 11 , 85 , To all subscribers , 40 cents , postpaid . THE WESTERN RURAL , 215 Madison St ., Chicago [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
AcmeHornPreventer.Pretty with Horns . But Handier without . Directions for using Acme Horn Preventer When the calf is from two to six weeks old scrape or pare the horn buttons with a knife so as to take off thj outside surface . Take the Acme Horn Preventer , moisten 1 it or . the prepared horn button and rub the white substanot on the horn button thoroughly . Onee is sufficient ; Regular price 50 cents . With this paper one year * 11 , 85 , To all subscribers , 40 cents , postpaid . THE WESTERN RURAL , 215 Madison St ., Chicago
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
^omiSSr&gt;T*HEMISTRESSOFTHEHOUSEEsy ^ u-BAm ^ N ^ J ^ j s aiwayS interested in , having painting DAVIS CHAM Krargh . done , and the great variety of shades rAHHESTOCK ... 1 •1 i 1 11 Pittsburgh . or combinations which can be produced by ECKSTEIN | CincinnatL the use of . •. ATLANTIC j ~~ W ~^ « M . -y- ~~ W ~ ™LJrureWhite-Lead-J ^ WETT nsTER anci tile Tinting Colors will afford her an lJ 10 H opportunity to exercise her judgment and SOUTHERN ^ * JT J JO EZIPMAN ; Chioat ° - taste and secure the best and most , durable COLLIER . - j paint . The brands shown in list are genu- ^ ssouRT gt Louis j ne p or coiors use the NATIONAL LEAD CITHERN J Co . s Pure White Lead Tinting Colors . No JOHN T . LEWIS &amp; BRos . co trouble to make or match a shade . Philadelphia . M 0 RLEY Pamphlet giving valuable information and card showing samples Cleveland . of colors free ; also cards showing pictures of twelve houses of different SALEM oi jj designs painted in various styles or c...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
EI &gt; K . HASBT , Abingdon , 111 . / tanner OI hides , furs and manufacturer of black cattle rob *« , coats , rugs , gloves , etc . Pure-bred cattle for sale . TO . CAXfliAJBAJT Friend , Neb . Fine stool •sales a specialty . Have made over 800 sales and will guarantee satisfaction . 3 E 3 Thoroughbred Registered stoolr DUROC-JERSEYHOGS . cSS ^ K and history . JOHN M . STONBBRAKBR . Panola . IU . Please mention the Western Rural . JLJACKSANDJENNETS- ^^§ K 3 gj 8 fflHfc \ Large Assortment . ^^ P ^| H 9 ] Prize-winning Blood . M M Fair dealing . Mule breeding solves MjM-mfJLi $ ne profit of the horse trade . For parCjS ^ ffl 3 BiE « iaaia ticulars write A .-W . HOPKINS , PERU , IM ,. Please mention the Western Rural . SCOTTSCELEBRATED CharcoalPowders-—FOR-Horses , Cattle , Hogs , Sheep and Fowls Have no equal as a CONDITIONER and MEDICINE . They are highly medicated and per : fectly safe . Price , one pound , 50 cents ; fly © pounds for $ 1 . 50 ; twenty pounds for ? 5 . Ment...
AMONG _ BORSEMEN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
AMONG _ BORSEMEN THE STORY OF KATY DARLING . V ATY DARLING had the name of being 1 7 about the best road mare of her time on the old Third avenue speedway . It was the custom then for everybody who drove a trotter out to the Red House track in Harlem to leave the rendezvous together for the homeward drive in the afternoon , and that the last man down to Billy Van Cott s four-mile house , which stood on the present site of Proctor s Pleasure Palace or thereabouts , had to settle for the wine . It is said that in these four-mile races , to wagon , Katy Darling was always in the first night , fighting for the lead . Mendham Maid was another of the good ones of that day , and in the winter of 1850-51 a keen rivalry sprung up between the Maid and Katy Darling for the mas tery of the snow path , the outcome being a match race to sleighs , which resulted in a decisive victory for Katy Darling . After celebrating in the old-fashioned way , victor and vanquished harnessed their two mares tog...