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THE , FARMERS' SIDE [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896

THE , FARMERS SIDE . CAUTION AGAINST DECEIT . Tou ave making a stalwart fight ia the interests of the people * at large , for the restoration of the double standard ! The single gold standard is , as you are .. constantly teaching , unjust , ruinous and ¦ commercially unwise for the industrial workers of all classes , excepting that very small portion who are gold producers . While I may hold some views , more conservative than yours , yet I stand shoulder to shoulder with you in your efforts , for the prompt restoration of silver to its old place , held in our country , un interruptedly from 1792 to 1873 . This is one of ; the most righteous causes that should . enlist the hearty efforts of every good citizen at the present time . This nation now needs as enthusiastic defenders of her honor , in standing up for the honesty and expediency of coining and using the silver dollar , as she did during the troublesome times of 1861-65 , in the defense of the old flag ! Misguided men of hi...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896

Words of cheer for Labor . The two voices of Secretary Carlisle—1878 vs . 1896 . Inter Ocean .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896

DISCARDED TWO TRAITORS . Your paper is making a defense for the farmers side of tlie monetary system . The republican paorty have always advocated home industry but now refuse to heed the ^ crying , need of the hour , which is a . larger per capita of money in circulation which a free coinage of silver would effect , and bring to us farmers prosperity and happiness . I have discarded two agricultural papers for the reason they have failed to abide by the doctrines they preach which were intended to bring about a betterment of those who are interested in the agricultural industry . When any of . our agricultural papers refuse to enlighten their subscribers on our monetary system they are far from being our friends . For this reason the Western Rural will find a hearty welcome . Whoop her up for free silver and at the same time give us a . chance to assist in contributing towards a campaign fund according to our means . C . H . Freeman .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896

essary plan and documents . We suggest that it be called the Gold and Silver League , as we favor both metals equally . Further suggestions are in order . compelled to possess at least the rudiments of a common school educatiori before he ( or she ) can vote . One of the most common of all the remarks , made nowadays ( by the moneyed classes of course ) is that farmers must practice more economy , inore self-denial , btit that is all bosh , Until what we raise brings in the market at least the cost of production , there is no knOwn method by which they can live . ; Surely it would iri a . measure head off the greatcapitaliists and ; trusts and their control of our markets if the producers arid consuriieiS were more in touch . The business interests . of this ; country are financially in a very critical condition , and what the end , will be noonecan tell . . - .. / . , How we long and sigh f or better . times but ~ . no improvement can be - expected while the tendency of prices is s...

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Page 27 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896

%TaintintheBlood- . . . * J > weakens the entire system . Unhealthy . blood fails to nourish and we half live because our vital organs are naif fed Dr.PetersBloodVitializer . ¦ ¦¦ which was discovered by an old German 1 {> hysician , purifies the blood and makest warm and life-giving . This remedy—which has been in use for over a hundred years though not extensively ad- . .. vertised— -seldom fails to cure diseasescaused by impoverished or impure blood or from disordered stomach . No drug -store medicine ; is sold only by regular Vitalizer agents . Persons living where there are no agents for Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalizer . can by sending $ 2 . 00 , obtain twelve 35-ceut- trial bottles direct from the proprietor . This offer can only be ob : tained once by the same person , ... / Write to DR . PETER FAHRNEY , na and 114 So . Hoyne Ave ., CHICAQd B . W . dSBORN , HEALESTATEBROKEStROSELAXD , LOUISIANA . flutea Paid ior Non-ReBidents . Titles Examined . A . General...

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WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896

WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW GRAIN MARKETS . Chicago , May 5 , 1806 . Yesterday the price of wheat was half a cent below what It was a year ago . Receipts at nine primary points aggregated 469 , 000 ; shipments , 1 . 105 , 000 bu . Last year they were 291 , 000 and 640 , 000 respectively . The northwest had 477 cars , against 384 a year ago . Chicago received 12 cars of winter , 3 being contract , and 6 of spring . Last year she received 7 cars of winter , 2 being contract , and . no spring . Seaboard clearances were 230 , 000 bu . wheat and flour . The closing prices were : May , 60 % ; June , 61 % ; July , 61 % ; September , 02 % . There was not much done In corn . Prices averaged a little lower , closed at % c decline . Shippers were handicapped by a vessel scarcity . Receipts at nine primary points were 376 , 000 shipments , 499 , 000 bu . Last year they were 173 , 060 and 429 , 000 . respecsively . Ch cago had 352 cars , and 415 are promised , to-day . The visible showed a decrease of ...

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Page 29 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896

fill IA OAOTrXl ! , HOGS AHD SHEEP SHIP^BUNKER&COCHRANLIVE STOCK COMMISSION , Union Stock Yards .... CHICAGO [ Established 1871 . ] Square treatment and satisfaction guaranteed . We sell every man s stook fairly oh It * merits and give him as good treatment whether be ships us one oar or a hundred oars . Proceeds remitted Immediately . If you have stock to ship , write us description for best advice on tbe market , free . UEPERKNOTC : National Live Stock Bank ; Chicago . Please mention the Western Rural . IBMk-yLmWM.M.FREEMAN&CO.,Commission-IniA^rXX-A-^TANDSTRAW,1 M JHHB L H Commerce JBldtr ., IO Pacific Jkve ., € blcaeo . H B Mf ^ Wk H Correspo ! idet > ce and consignments solicited . Market reports furnished on . application . Kead our market report on this page . •4 b * A •# •ttf ^ Hm < mmB * mK fr \ A / e are DOW the largest receivers of \Sk# JSC % . J ^ OLAr \ VV wool direct from the GROWERS , Ml # V > fVSfI ^ l of anv il...

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PREVENTION OF ROT IN APPLES , GRAPES AND PLUMS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896

PREVENTION OF ROT IN APPLES , GRAPES AND PLUMS . B ULLETIN 31 from theMissouri EJx- ¦ perimerit Station by J . C . Whitten , horticulturist , details the resultsi of numerous experiments in . preventing rot in apples , grapes , plums , etc . The practical points brought out are condensed into the following : During the past two years , systematic experiments have been carried on at the Experiment Station , at Columbia ,, in spraying for insects and . fungous diseases , in order to determine the general efficacy of spraying the most economical strength of spraying mixtures , the number of applications necessary for the vari- , Ous fungous diseases , the best time to spray , and other unsettled points . Apple Scab , the worst fungous disease of the apple in this country , was very largely controlled in orchards sprayed once before the . bud started In the spring , with copper sulphate ( two pounds to fifty gallons of water ) and four times , subsemixtureThe quently with bordeaux . . b...

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•PREVENTION OF POTATO SCAB ; - [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896

•PREVENTION OF POTATO SCAB ; - The Purdue ; University Agricultural , Experiment Station sends , out the following Bulletin prepared by P ^ of . J ; 0 , Arthur Botanist : If a person were told how he could increase his ; yield ; of ^ potatoes with hut little additional labor , and that all at one time , so that he co ^ ild by this extra attention get a larger harvest and a more marketable crop , and were convinced that the statement was true , he would not be likely ^ to neglect the advice . Exactly such a piece of informatioitis the corrosive -sublimate method of treating seed potatoes to prevent scab . Potatoes that have a rough , spotted surface , would have been larger , if when growing ,, they had been s kept free from the germs that cause the scabby spots , and have bath , cut and plant as usual . The same bath may be used several times , but as it is constantly growing weaker ^ the potatoes should be left in longer , or . some fresh solution- should be added . Do not use meta...

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CULTURE OF SORGHUM . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896

CULTURE OF SORGHUM . S ORGHUM fodder is more commonly used now in Nebraska than it ever was , which speaks well for it as being a desirable winter forage . It is- being used by many as a substitute for millet , giving better results as a feed , and producing more tons to the acre . Here the early amber is mostly used , but I think the orange ( or Kansas orange ) is preferable , the foliage being more luxuriant and the stalks shorter and more easily masticated . Sow about five pecks to the acre , one to two inches deep * according to the season and condition of soil , or pot in with a press drill , about a bushel to the acre , or sufficiently thick to produce fine stalks , that are easily handled and preferred by the stock . Plant when the ground is warm or a little later than corn . If planted when the ground is wet and cold , the seed is liable to rot or get stunted in growth . For a late crop the seed can be planted , in a favorable season , as late as the first of July . I have p...

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SOUTH DAKOTA CROPS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896

SOUTH DAKOTA CROPS . In regard to South Dakota crops ; the staple isstill . wheat . It , together with North Dakota arid Minnesota , furnishes the bulk ef the spring wheat in the United States . ¦ ¦¦ ;; ;; ; ;; ¦ • . / Orie town in the north part of this state still holds the distinction of being : the biggest priinary wheat market iri the world . In 1892 , its first year , it shipped over 3300 cars ; while out of the last crop over 2100 have so far been shipped , being an average of about fifteen cars per day to March 1 . This is the neW town Of Eureka , in McPherson county . ftext in importance is flax as a money crop and this state seems to t > e its particularly favored locality ; Oats and barley have been so plenty , and cheap they have had no market value , elevators refusing to buy , as the freight to Chicago would be more than their value here . A comparatively small amount has been bartered by the farmers , at ten cents per bushel for oats and twelve for barley ....

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ALLEGED FUN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896

ALLEGED FUN THE KISS ECCLESIASTIC . At a fashionable wedding-party , just as the happy pair were about to start on their wedding tourr the pretty little bride ; was thanking- the clergyman who had made her and her choice one , on which the reverend gentleman , who was an old friend of the family and ; a bit of a wag , said , But , my dear , you have not paid me my fee . ; ... . What is that ? said the bride .- A kiss . Wont you pay it before you go ? . ¦ . ; : ¦ . ; . ¦ ¦ ¦ -, - ¦ Of course I wili , she answered , blushing and laughing . And she did . A severe old maiden lady , standing by , was terribly shocked at such levity and worse , as she thought it , on the part of the jolly - ; divine , but every one else , the bridegroom included , smiled at the incident . As the old maid , a little later , was about to drive away from the door , she put her head out of her brougham window arid said , severely , as the parson , among others , bade her adieu , Well , Mi \ Clergyman , how ab...

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Page 31 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896

nmm ma H 64-page Medical RefBK In Hi erence Book ¦ HIH IB for men and women who are ^^^^^ afflicted with any * form of ; contagious diseases , female troubles , etc . Send two 2oent stamps to pay postage to the leading Specialists and Physicians in the country . ¦ ** ¦ DR.HATHAWAY&COv70 Dearborn St ., Chicago , ( II . - ; v Please mention the Western Rural .

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Page 32 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 7 May 1896

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 14 May 1896

HESTERN RURAL * . j i * fm . M VEOTCKWEP ^; - * * i ( i . ¦• J . • - • . ¦¦ - . U - - . ¦; - , ¦ - ¦ ¦ . ¦¦¦ .. - .. * A V ^ a ? == ^ i ^» o . rf ^^ SH .. i wi = === ! ^ ¦ V ¦ ^ J ^^^ ^ ^ ^ f \\} ^ ^^^^^^ fe ^^^^^^ x ^ r ^ Jk ^ THE EDITORIAL OUTLOOK— fflr ? Cause and Result ..... A . ......... 666 I News Comments . 643 f whl ^ X Sllf ™ ¦¦¦¦¦ • - ¦ • - •••••• 667 | Extending the Ocean Cables / :..:...... 653 f T ^^! TL ^ • • • ••• • .. . 667 « Crime in Chicaeo fi ^ fi ? In the Event .... .......... 667 . fl VJitllie 11 X VJllllcLgU OOO ailtr / i-t . Qnvo-n - « X > I Mr . Brice rori Hard Times 656 & Piay ...................- . s . -. . .,.... . . 667 j Privateers Not Pirates • ...,,....... 656 FINS , EEATHVERS AND HONEY BEES- i Niagara Electrical Power 657 if j Daily Doings ..... 657 Males iri Laying Pens .... ........ .. 649 fl Essentials to Success - ... ... 654 H HERDS , FLOCKS AND DAIRY ^ - Spring Dwindling .:..... . . 654 fl Making Cheese at Home : .- ¦ ; ....

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Farm , Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 14 May 1896

Farm , Garden and Orchard THE STRAWBERRY . ( A paper read by R . M . Kellogg , Ionia , at the Bound-up of the State Institutes at Grand Rapids , Mich ., Feb . 13 ) . There is beyond question a new era dawning for the strawberry culturist . We . are coming to understand the liabits and nature of the plant and a more complete knowledge of its requirements , and are therefore able to meet its wants , thus securing the highest development . In the past , plants have been looked upon as things without life , unconscious and incapable of appreciating generous treatment . We now know they are fastidious to food and environment as your favorite cow or horse , and will as generously respond to good care . When placed in uncongenial surroundings , they manifest their displeasure in si thousand ways ; when furnished with a deficient and improper food , they become lean and lank . When bounteously supplied in kind and quantity , they take on a vigorous , robust appearance . . . While I am not p...

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