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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
Why Do people buy Hood s Sarsaparilla in &lt; preference to any other , —in fact almost to the exclusion of all others ? Because They know from actual use that Hood s is the best , i . e ., it cures when others fail . Hood s -Sarsaparilla is still made under the personal supervision of the educated pharmacists who originated it . . The question of best is just as positively decided in favor of Hood s as the questionof comparative sales . Another thing : Every advertisement of Hood s Sarsaparilla is true , is honest . Hood s Sarsaparilla Is the One True Blood Purifier . All druggists . $ U Prepared only by C . I . Hood &amp; Co ., Lowell , Mass . -- , , - ^ - « are the only pills to take tlOOCl S PlllS with Hoods Sarsaparilla .
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
IMPROVED — United States Separator . ililip ^^^ l ¦ • Users are enthusiastic in its praise , on-all pW ^^ -Pff points that go to-make a first-class Separator . i | i = 19 fefcte * . Wemake 15 per cent , more butter . ImMl / V . Another writes : ^ IIM ^ BA 0 . 03 of T percent , was the test of the skim-milk to-day , j ^ . A ™ , , „ , * . iil ^ H 3- running the Separator as it runs every day . / MJI I V S TM F ^ - ^ Says another :.. fl |« p 9 ¦ ftxWfir *^ : ¦ ¦ . ;¦ Its a fine running machine . Can be easily turned with ^ IfilllNIll one hand , and only takes from 3 to 5 minutes to clean-it . ^ r iriBit il And . there are others , hundreds of them , in our m &amp; j &amp;« special catalogue . Have youone ? If not , ask for it and ^ m ll we will gladly send one . M wL - We furnish the best Babcock Tester , the best Churn , dr ¦ ^ Lr &gt; as wel 1 as the best Butter Workers , Butter Printers , - ^ weaw fc ^ u ^ JM .. A CoOley Creamers , Butter Packages of all sort...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
SBBSPOSELEYS KIIMIH I OCCIDEN T ¦ p IBHBW 1 ^ BSMMSBTIE ^^ SSSESL Send for Special Intrwnio JPfflBlll j MR -HQ MM Manufarturlng Co * Please mention the Western Rural . • flfflffil Stock Fountain QL ^ . FrN 4 = -HI Awarded all First Pre- ^*\\ 1 ^ fflfflraSffi ^ 3 ulfiJl Used without water or taking tool - * - * 5 £ 5 P * 5 S R \ apart . Durable , cheap . Agents . TgjJTJl— i . !! wanted . Catalogue of 35 other ™ 1 Ba * -l « fc ^ Jl novelties for farm and ranch free . ^ V . H . SWEINHART CO ., 175 Dearborn St .. Chicago SCOTTS CELEBRATED Charcoal Powders : —FORHorses , Cattle , Hogs , Sheep and Fowls fe 0 « 9 « aJ as a CONDITIONER and MBDi £ ? M B - T ^ S 1 * hl « h , y medicated and K fectly safe . Price , one pound , 50 aenta : * &amp;?• pounds tor * 1 . 50 ; twenty pounds fori &amp; . M 2 S Aon what animal medicine la for and If JS rZZ ^ tt + u *&gt; am P h , et on disease and treatment goes with the powder . Those who haveslX . ivs ^^ ur xaiy tte - ** THE WE...
AMONG HORSEMEN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
AMONG HORSEMEN OBSTACLES , TO AMERICAN HORSE . TRADE IN GERMANY . IN a recent number of American Horse Breeder , A , F . Tennille has an article upon the above subject in which he says : It is about a year last January since the first importations were made from St . Louis by dealers in Hamburg , and in that time more than 10 , 000 American horses have been imported into Germany . So thoroughly satisfactory have been the results that dealers at Berlin , Hamburg , Bremen and other points have become sufficiently interested to import also . The German markets have . been formerly supplied from Denmark , Austria , and &lt; Russia , J but as the Australian and Russian horses are very light , the only real competitor that we had to fear was Denmark . American animals , however , are always preferred , and are sought for by those who need such a class of horses in preference to any of those mentioned above . Swedish buyers in the markets of Bremen and Samburg also prefer . America...
VETERNARY [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
VETERNARY The several departments of this paper are for the - u ? e and convenience of its subscribers exclusively . Those wishing an vice in this column will please state their questions plainly and concisely and upon paper containing no reierence to subscriptions or to other departments of the paper . In relation to diseases and ailments of 11 re s ^ ock , it ls necessary that we be exactly Informed of the symptoms as observed , else it will be impossible to fuUy understand and prescribe for the ease . We cannot answer veterinary inquiries by mail ,. onless fl ( tbe regular veterinary fee ) ls inclosed . SPLINT . —Please tell me how to cure a splint on a horse . —Waldwich , Wisconsin , Subscriber . —Try Gombault s Caustic Balsam . Full directions are in every bottle . If your store-keeper-does not sell it , send $ 1 . 50 to Laurence Williams Company , • . Cleveland , Ohio , and they will send a bottle express paid . • LAMPAS . —What * . will cure lampas on horses?—Amos Anderson . ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
T ADVERTISEMENTS . V We believe the firms who advertise &amp; . f 4 in our columns are reliable and trust- W *» worthy and that they will deal hon- 9 fc y estly with our subscribers . ¦ ¦ 5 ! Ck Any subscriber having cause for ft V complaint will do us a favor by send- &lt; W ing the details , upon receipt of which n j £ we will make careful investigation . &amp; y We can not . however , attempt to adjust V ( 2 trifling differences between subscribers tt V and honorable advertisers . &lt; H It will be to your interest , and get M X you the best of service , if y ^ ou always &lt; W mention this paper when writing to ad- W / 5 vertisers . W Mfv ^^ Jc * noi »» xncr « w ^^
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
fflffiflE ; SAVE DOCTORS BILLS . 1 v ^ lPlil « l * ltf Tne physicians of the Hot Springs RErtEDiflP ^ Remedy CJ . have decided to prove \ Y MjS the merits of their remedies and in- ( % fflSfiwt ~ v troduce them everywhere by ofterv % k vWf ing to send r it mm ° ne PuM-nonth s Medicine ^ SS ^ PSuffl ^^ K by mail or express for 25 Cent * . Ililllll &amp; fi ^ llS Consultation free at office or by mail . jmTiWlKmmi Address H . S . R . CO ., r ^ ^ HMMmm Kl - ^ n , aalle St .. room 1 , Chicago . Please mention the Western Rural ;
Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
rm BUGGIES , PHAETONS , SURRIES , WAGONS , rm ¦ ¦ TMrTir CARTS , HARNESS , SADDLES , BICYCLES , &amp; e . ¦ WflflwiN 4 £ 9 E ^^ fi 0-l At factory prices . Our record for the past eight years is the best guar * ^_^^ SSBStt ^ k -raMKSIRll ^ lantee that we turn out the finest , strongest and lowest priced vehicles VyfSfS ^ Kavir xHm 5 tK * f \ y in the world , 1 for the money . All work guaranteed . Send for our beau- &gt; ta £ iy » « LlX it ?^ J ^ sar tifully illustrated Catalog for 1896 . Prices in plain figures . Offices , sales- A Ura-tetM . S ^ le ^ Ktairt ? rooms ; factories : Court St . Alliance Carriage Co . Cincinnati * , O . Durability . FARMERS AND DEALERS . SECOND-HAND LUMBER AND IRON ROOFING . Galvanized Pig or Sheep Troughs , each .... ....... tug New Wire Nails in kegs of 100 lbs . any sizes ( only 500 kegs left ) , per keg * 3 * 52 New Wire Nails in ke « s of 100 lbs . ( mixed sizes ) , per keg i ......... • j ^ i ^?™ Water Pipes . Galvanized Save Trough...
Farm , Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
Farm , Garden and Orchard PLANTING CORN . THE first work to be done in the culture of corn is the preparation of the ground by plowing and subsoiling . The time is past when the important matter of subsoil plowing is to be neglected . Excessive and protracted drouths have taught the people the vital lesson that moisture must be stored up in the earth for the use of crops when needed . And this can only be done by deep plowing and subsoiling ; the deep plowing to be practiced each season , and the subsoil plowing occasionally . Deep plowing is now generally admitted to be the only true way , but the depth of plowing is varied according to the depth of soil ,, and according : to the ideas of the various farmers who write or speak bn the subject . The depth of soil should not determine the depth to plow ; soma soils are only two or three inches deep , while others are from two feet to ten . feet deep . A shallow soil is made deeper , by plowing deeper than the sod , as it is a well-kno...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
FARM AND WAGON SCALES . fp j — . _ u . s . • ¦ 0 B ^ 0 : STANDA RP sP == r-P t ~ - E ^ 3 __ j __ fE CHEAPEST mmm ~ amm — m * m ~ m ~—»~ - AND EEST . Write for prices and descriptions GBAlfD RAPIDS SCAI &lt; 1 S WORKS . 89 A 41 S . Front St .. -Grand Rapid * , Mich . * w » ase mention the Western Rural . •• JONES HB PAYS THB SKETOHT . * ^ SjB ^ Farm and Wagon mWmmscALBs . United « •*¦¦ Standard . All Sizes and All EClndw . Hot made-or * trust or controlled by a combinations For Free Boot md Price List , address JONXA OP BoraraAMrroiv . Blnghanatoa , N . ~ X ., TJ . &amp; . Am &gt; Please mention the Western Rural . SOLD ON TRIAL . v Sa ?\ Imperial Egg § s ) Pulverizer , ^* T ^ Clod Criiaher , • 1 Roller and • ymJMtM ^ r ^^ M ^^^^^^ . Plainly described A &amp; fflfflW &lt; TO in circular . ^^^ T ^ Ti ^ | F ^^ V ; ^^^ Farmers may try it ^^ MTT- ^ Peterson Mfg . CO . ™ X Kent , O . please mention the Western Rural .
PRESIDENT ELIOT AND THE G . A . R . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
PRESIDENT ELIOT AND THE G . A . R . P RESIDENT ELIOT of Harvard College , Edward Atkinson , and others of that Boston coterie attended an arbitration convention in Washington some weeks ago and made speeches characterized by more than their usual lack of patriotism , and pusillanimity . Atkinson s remarks were beneath notice . President Eliot s , from his position as a prominent educator , were taken up and roundly denounced by the G . A . R . Now President Eliot has answered in a communication to the public , which will do him far more harm than what the Grand Army boys said of him . . He says : Regarding the condemnation of my speech , ! shall not concern myself about it . It is about as nearly fair as one can expect from such men—men who are always looking for an opportunity to pass adverse criticism upon a public speaker s views of what they call patriotism . No politician , particularly no member of congress , dare to speak his mind regarding an organization which does little m...
MORE PETTY MEANNESS [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
MORE PETTY MEANNESS IT is a shame that irresponsible demagogues should be allowbd to deprive hard working scientific men of the credit due them for their work . This is what has occurred more than once , however , in the conduct of the Department of Agriculture . A recent instance has been brought to our notice . The Hon . H . E . VariDeman , well known as a horticulturist , and-chief of the division of pomology under the last administration , spent a great deal of energy and time in the collectioii and preparation of data for a work on nut-culture , which was to be the standard work on the subject . The book was practically completed when the reign of J . Pinchbeck Morton began , and in direct violation of the spirit of the civil service law , if not its letter , a competent and faithful man was replaced by a political heeler . After two years of donothingism „ the division of pomology bestirred itself and published Mr . Van Deman s book , but neglected to mention that he was the ....
A SERMON ON BUGS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
A SERMON ON BUGS . OUR farmers know something of the havoc made by the chinch bug with crops ; but it has fallen to the lot of Prof . Lugger , entomologist of Minnesota , to prove that the same little pest has made sad havoc with English orthography . In an Eastern exchange he gives a list of the different kinds of spelling among his correspondents , as follows : Chingsbog , chinch buck , chinsh bug , chinge-bugg , chinghbug , chingebug , chintch bug , chick bug , chine bug , chings bug , chince bug , chinge bug , chints bug , ehing bug , chincebug , chickbug , chins bug , ginge buck , chidgbuck , chinsbug , cinch bug , chinsee . bug , chinz - bug , chinge-bug , -chinck bug , chinzbug , chinsch bug , chince bug , chintz bug , chich bug , chinck bug , chinche bug , schinsbok , chin bug , cihebe bug , cinsh bug , cinge bug , shinge-bog , chint bug , chintx bug , chinth bug , chinchbug , chinchebug , chinxh bug , chinck bug , chinthbug , chincsbug , ehing bog , chingbug ,, chinch-buck ...
A 16 TO 1 ARMY . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
A 16 TO 1 ARMY . We offer in another column a plan for the organization of a 16 to i silver army , to more effectually carry oh the campaign against the gold contraetionists policy of low prices and ruin . Read it and let us have your opinion . The time has come for vigorous action . Will you , dear reader , take a hand ? The coming campaign will be a battle royal between the wealth producers and those who live from the products of the labor of others . The provocation is theirs The wealth producers must win .
ALLIED TO PATRIOTISM . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
ALLIED TO PATRIOTISM . EVER since the American Missionary Association started its first school for the children of freedmen in 1863—for the cohtrabands * at Newport News—on the spot where the first slave-ship had landed in i 62 d , its noble work-of teaching in the spelling book , in practical industry and in higher education , has been recognized by thoughtful and patriotic people as an important service to our country . The association has helped to make good citizens of thousands who otherwise must have lived on in the densest ignorance and degradation . Its schools , at first wholly of the primary class and taught mostly by selfsacrificing and worthy young ladies from the North , were multiplied Until they were to be found in every Southern State . Then began the planting of higher and normal schools , in which teachers could be prepared from the colored race itself . Finally permanent institutions were founded , like the Hampton Institute of Virginia , Fiske University of Nashv...
Daily Doings [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 21 May 1896
Daily Doings MONDAY , MAY 11 . —The steamer Harry Brown exploded her boilers oh the Mississippi river near Vicksburg , Miss ., killing nine persons and seriously injuring four . Two others are missing ; —A jury in Boston , Mass ., awards Francis A . Daly $ 35 , 000 for the loss pf a leg . The boy , fifteen years old when it happened , in 1894 , claims he was pushed off a street car belonging to the Lynn and Boston Street Railway Company by one of their conductors ^ and was run over by the car . TUESDAY , MAY 12 . —Illinois G . A . R . men meet at Cairo . —Wm . Deering gives $ 215 , 000 to Northwestern University in bonds and productive real estate . —Missouri republicans demand honest money and are opposed to the free coinage Pf silver at 16 to 1 . —Inspector Stuart and his men arrest two green goods men in Chicago and capture the most complete green goods outfit e ^ er taken . - Montana republicans favor the free and unlimited coinage of both gold and silver at the ratio of 16 to 1...