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PUBLIC INTEREST ABOVE PARTY . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
PUBLIC INTEREST ABOVE PARTY . THE city of New . Orleans has had the unsavory reputation during the past few years of being perhaps the . worst governed city in the world . Corruption in every form has defended itself under the shallow pretext of party-expediency and has received the allegiance of the unthinking partisan vote .. This year a citizen s , league , was formed . A number of the more corrupt politicians were sent to the penitentiary , and in spite of partisan howls a decisive victory for good government at the recent election was the result . Does not this victory teach us another lesson in government ? If the citizens of New Orleans , whose fealty to party has been remarkable , can throw it off when they realize that the party cry is simply a device for tricking the public , the farmers of this country of all political parties can do as well . They have been tricked and despoiled until there is now ^ little or no profit in agriculture . If they will unite with the laborer...
Daily Doings [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
Daily Doings , MONDAY , APRIL 27 . —President Faure , of France , summoned M ., Meline to the palace of the , Elysee and asked him to form a cabinet . —The governor of Chihuaha , Mexico , sent a regiment of troops to help liberate sixty-one miners entombed in a mine at Mina Vujo . &gt; TUESDAY ,. APRIL 28 . —French cabinet formed . —The little town of Epiphany , S . D ., totally destroyed by a cyclone . —Twenty little children trampled upon by runaway horses in Milwaukee . Two will die . . —Near Raymond , Iowa , a passenger train on the Illinois Central was ditched by a washout and twelve persons injured . —Sentence of death pronounced upon Phillips , Hammond , Farrar „ and Rhodes , of the Johannesburg reform committee , who recently pleaded guilty of high treason . Hammond is an American , the other three are subjects of Queen Victeria . WEDNESDAY , APRIL 29 . —Mississippi Democrats declare for free silver , 16 to 1 . ^ —Illinois- Republicans nominate Jnp . R . Tanner for g...
MULTIPLY WATERWAYS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
MULTIPLY WATERWAYS . 13 ? ought to be the settled policy of our government to encourage every possible waterway in competition with railways and in the interest of trade and commerce ..- ••¦ The Senate committee on commerce has authorized a favorable report onSenatprfurpie s resolution providing for a preliminary survey and estimate of cost for a ship canal fromlower Lake Michigan to the Wabash River . Th £ resolution was amended so as to require an investigation as to the effect such a canal as is proposed , would have upon the level ^ of the lake . The whole railroad lobby will oppose this measure ; but nothing except government ownership of railroads will take the water out of railroad stock and bring freight and passenger rates down to normal , so surely as the development cqf water . routes of travel . The Pacific railways are the principal opponents of the i x Nicaragua / canal Their paid writers and experts are pronouncing it impracticable arid making it out as too expensive ...
WHAT ARE "TOOLS OF TRADE ? " [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
WHAT ARE TOOLS OF TRADE ? What is a trained animal ? The courts have been called upon to answer this question and the answer riiay be of interest-to owners of cattle and fine stock of all kinds . Recently Arthur Kahlbeen arrived at New York , accompanied by a horse , a tiger and a dog . The collector of customs assessed duty on these animals under the tariff provision for live animals . . Mr . Kahlbeen ; appealed , asserting that the animals were entitled to enter free of duty under the provision of the free list for tools of trade . He represented that the animals were trained , and had been used by him in his occupation as a circus performer in Europe for several years . The case was taken before the United States Circuit Court for the . southern district of New York , and a decision was rendered in favor of Kahlbeen . The attorney general advised against taking an appeal , and the decision of the court will therefore stand . Hereafter trained animals for circus purposes will be a...
Woman and Her Domain [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
Woman and Her Domain MY . PLAYMATES . The :. wind comes whispering to me of the counr try green and cool , Of redwing blackbirds chattering beside a reedy pool ; It brings me soothing fancies of the homestead on the hill ,, And I hear the thrush s evening song and the robin s morning trill ; So I fall to thinking tenderly of those I used to know Where the sassafras and snakeroot and checkerberries grow . * What has become of Ezra Marsh , who lived on Baker s hill ? And what s become of Noble Pratt , whose father kept the mill ? And what s become of Lizzie •Crum and Anastasia Snell , ¦ ¦ ••- And of Roxie Root , who tended school in Boston for a spell ? They were the boys and they were the girls who shared my youthful play ; They do not answer to my call ! My playmates , where-are they ? - What has become of Levi and his little brother Joe , Who lived next door to where we lived some „ . forty , years ago ? Id like to see the- Newton boys and Quincy ¦ Adams Brown , And . Hepsy Hall an...
HOUSEHOLD QUESTIONS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
HOUSEHOLD QUESTIONS . Under this head we shall endeavor to answer questions on any subject within the housekeeper , s domain . We shall be glad to have tbe opinions of other bouseteepeis on the subjects asked about . Mrs . D ., Wisconsin , asks : How does alum have to be prepared to . use in crystallizing baskets , etc . Who will answer ? Probably there are others would like to know . s Mrs . F . E . L .: We do not send out a fashion catalogue , but aim to present late and practical designs in our pages each week ; if you want any particular kind of pattern let us know , and we will publish as soon after receipt of your request as possible . F . H . D ., West Caton : You ask how to make tomato pie , but do not say whether ripe or green . Here are two recipes for green tomato pie , for which we always use tomatoes about half ripe . Who . will Bend a recipe for ripe tomato pie ? Would be glad to publish recipes from other housekeepers who may think their way ; just a little bit better...
t r * ••' ALeapYearPrize [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
t r * •• ALeapYearPrize SOME WOMEN ALREADY . KNOW THE ANSWER . ¦ •- ONE HUNDBED DOLLARS OFFERED . FOIt THE , BEST ANSWER TO A DELICATE x QUESTION . How far may a woman go in encouraging a man to propose marriage ? A \ great metropolitan newspaper gives a prtee of a hundred dollarsfor the best answer to this question . Some women will laugh over It ; others will . consider it quite seriously . The brightest women will seethat the real answer Is a pretty simple one ; The strongest , most fetching sort of * encouragement that a , woman can hold out to mankind is the irresistible attraction of thorough womanliness ; no other influence is quite so captivating ; no other characteristic so awakens the - deepest admiration * of men and moves . them toexpress that admiration sincerely . It is not only a woman s privilege but her positive duty to increase by all means at her command her charm of genuine-womanliness . Now , what -does womanliness mean ; what does it consist of ? It isnt beauty...
A LARGE-HEARTED MUSICIAN . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
A LARGE-HEARTED MUSICIAN . Gottschalk s generosity nas been tne subject of ] many ariecdotes . Wandering into a music ball in New Orleans one evening , he heard the manager announce that a little girl who was to play the piano was ill , and , could -riot : appear . Gottschalk went behind the . .-scenes , arid volunteered : to take her place . The little girl was delighted , but remarked doubtfully : You had better look at the score ; This piece is rather difBcult . Gottsehalk gravelyobserved that he thought he could manage it , arid was per ? mitted to go on the stage . The audience recognized him , ^ and of course went wild with delight . Before he left the stage the great . artist emptied all his small change into his liat , and sent / it around airiong the audience for a collection for his little protege—a kindness which resulted in a . substantial benefit for , the grateful lassie .
MISSES' SHIRT WAIST . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
MISSES SHIRT WAIST . Blue arid black percale trimmed vvitb a ruffle of embroidery is used for riiaking this dainty shirt waist . The pattern is cut with a full front , with the fullness shirred into the neck bri each side of the centre box-plait . The back is gathered in the usual manner . The neck is finished with a stiff turn-over collar , which fits perfectly- in the back without crumpling or creasing . A distinctive and novel touch is ; given by the large sailor-collar trinimed with a full ruffle of embroidery , but if . preferred the collar may be omitted arid the garment worn as a plain shirt waist . The bishop sleeves are-finely gathered into the arm size and end at the wrists under turn-back cuffs with round corners . The waist may be closed with buttons or studs as desired . Cheviot , percale , chambray , lawn , nainsook , Swiss , grass-linen or any serviceable wash material may be used for this design . No . 20 , 547 : —Misses Shirt Waist with Sailor collar , for medium si...
* HOME RECIPES . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
* HOME RECIPES . Hollandaise Sauce For Fish . —Onequarter pound butter , yolks of two eggs , one-half lemmon , pinch of salt ; cook in double boiler , or in a small pan set in a larger one of boiling water . Cocoanut Pound Cake—Beat •one-half pound butter to a cream ; add gradually one pound powdered sugar ,, four wellbeaten eggs , one pound of flour sifted with two tablespoons baking powder , pinch of salt , teaspoon of grated lemon peel , one , quarter pourid of prepared cocoanut , one cup sweet milk . Wheat Muffins .-Beat separately three eggs , add to the yolks one pint . milk , one tablespoon melted butter , one-half teaspoon salt , three cups flour , sifted with three teaspoons baking . powder ; mix , stir In white of eggs ; bake in quick oven twenty minutes . Mary Allen .
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
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Our Young Folks' Corner [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
Our Young Folks Corner HOW BIRDS A RAINBOW MAKE . Violet , all little children know ,, - . ¦ •rls the . shade of the evening sky—- . As the wee birdies twittering low , Safe under its canopy lie . . Indigo tint are , the swallow s wings , As soaring he mounts to the eaves ; There to his mate he joyously sings While , building a home of dry leaves . •- Blue as the heavens in sunny June , And bright as the waves of the sea , . iFUtteth . a ..-warbler , with voice atune , Who carols sweet nothings to me . Green is the parrot s , cap , dress , and frill , Who comes from fair isles of the South ; She speaks in a language quaint and shrill Whenever she opens her mouth . Yellow as gold dust bobs in the air The head of a birdling I know , As high he sways on a bough so bare , Or over the meadow fliesiow . , •Orange feathers , gleam bright in the trees Where the oriole builds his nest ; And sweet is the song borne on the breeze ; That hushes the young birds to rest . lied is-the breast of th...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
By EDGAR U . W / VK , £ i ^ f ® T We are Ten Travelers . There is the Merry Traveler , the ivWo !&gt; e 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 a 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 linger , and set down as be...
, " 5 DROPSV DID IT . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
, 5 DROPSV DID IT . Swanson Rheumatic Cure Co ., Chicago : When t saw your advertisement in the paper , I did not know what good there was in your medicine , but I tell you that I was suffering from cramps and very often people thought that I could not live , but I got your bottle 5 DROPS just in time and now I can stand it to do a good day s work and not be as tired as I was before after one hours work . I send you by this mail all the money I have and want to accept the agency . As soon as I sell it , I will order more . I think I can sell a great deal here as people can see what it has done for me . I feel stronger than I have for three years and I want to take more of the 5 DROPS myself , as it is certainly a most wonderful remedy and worked on me like magic . Hoping to bear from you at an early date , I am Miss Anna Jaquish , Feb . 7 , 1896 . McBiide , Mich . —ITS A PUZZLE to doctors and laity alike . Attempts have been made , time and again , at explaining wherein the peculiar...
Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
jOTMEDICAL^YTREATMENT.^If you want the best expert and scientific treaft ment by the leading physicians and . specialists oi the country , consult only UK . HATHAWA 1 &lt; Ss CO ., tO Dearborn St ., Chicago , 111 . AU Chronic Diseases of men and women . Private , Skin . Blood and Nervous Diseases . Cases treated by mat ? all over the world by sending for Symptom Blank No . 1 for men . No . 2 for women . No . 3 , Skin Diseases No . 4 for Catarrh . Best of references .
Page 25 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896
NEURALGIA.Q DXiOFS Absolutely cures Rheumatisms , Sciatica , Neuralgia , Backache ,. Asthma , Hay Fever , Catarrh , Sleeplessness , Nervousnessv Nervous and Neuralgic Headaches , Heart Weakness , Earache , Swelling :, La Grippe , Malaria Creeping Numbness , ; : Bronchitis , Prevents Fevers . Truue Jdark . Prevents and cures SummerComplaints . I And tbe bottle of l -6 OBOPS to be very good anajust what you claim . My wife has tx ? en suffering with Catarrh and Hay Fever over 16 years ; She has tried •verything and nociored much but no cure . I vould ; like tbe agency for 6 DROPrt for this county , as I know It is g &gt; jod . Please send me one Cozen fox the m &lt; ney enclosed . BKV . XI VON WAI £ &gt; , •- March 31 , 1 * 9 ( 5 . Millbahk , 8 . D . Please send me another bottle of tbe 5 DROPS . Enclosed yon will find $ 1 : 00 to pay for tbe medicine . I &gt; can rocommend 5 DHOP 8 to be jnst , what you bay toIs ,. I have not had a spell with my head f...