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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
tl / Butter Knife OB Sugar Shell . Rogers &amp; Hamilton s . extra silver plated ware—the Aldine pattern . Latest design . Sugar shell same pattern as butter knife shown in illustration . Price , 90 cts . each , postpaid . Either with paper one year oniy $ 1 . 50 v FREE , for two subscribers . Price to those , who have renewed their subscription , . only 55 cts . each , I postpaid . i [ L ¦ r P e &gt; - iL »
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
A / I W - . - - , Premiumi Worth Working Por — - ¦ . ¦ • ¦ f , - * FREE for a club of Ten new yearly subscribers to this paper . A set of one-half dozen Knives and one- ¦ , half dozen Forks , genuine Al Rogers Bros . Knives , Triple Silver Plated on solid steel ; Forks Triple Silver Plated ^^_^_^_^_ w _^_^_ W _^_^_^_^_^ K _ W [ on nickel silver . The very best goods L made . Regular price , $ 6 . 00 to $ 7 . 50 . ¦ Either plain polished , satin finish or fancy handles . , . For $ 4 . 50 we will send the knives and forks and paper one year . . ., * ¦ , r FREE for a club of Seven new yearly P subscribers : One dozen Teaspoons or half dozen Tablespoons , genuine Al e Rogers Bros . Extra . Plated Silver , the &gt; - very best goods made . Regular price i- , $ 5 . 00 per dozen . L » For $ 3 . 50 we will send the spoons and paper , one year . , , . i • ¦ . i
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
. &lt;/ - , • ¦ : &lt; , v , * - : - • - ., * . ,. HOWARD &amp; WILSON PUBLISHING C OMPANY , , 1 ^ : E . Corner Madison and Franklin Sts . ; , V . . TERMS : $ 1 . 00 per year . Subscriptions may - begin with I any number . . \ A • &lt; OLUB TERMS : 80 cts . a year in clubs of five ; 75 cts . a veaf in clubs of ten or more . \ -. \ .-- * . . , &lt; «&amp; % lJ en £ *?*? if „ Money / s . Products , or New . Hygiene , ? or - w ^ nfed Kltehen &gt; or Modern Poultry Book , ? or other . book is Write for terms to agents or for terms on Special Premiums . AU communications should be addressed &lt; * ¦ •• • i - WESTERN SURAL , CHICAGO , , , lull : ~ J , ., ; , \ • • i Entered at the Chicago PostofiBce as Second-class matter , , ¦ \ l -l i ; . J . I - I .-
. - NEWS COMMENTS . ' ' .. [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
. - NEWS COMMENTS . .. ; It is rumored that England will soon attempt to -re-open ¦ di plomatic relations with Venezuela , broken off in 1884 . It . is said that Chile will act as a mediator because she is the only one of the nineteen American republics likely to take the side of Great Britain . Although , the South American republics have small „ armies and navies as compared with those of England , yet there are some good reasons why a war with them would be . unpopular at home . Of the total im-ports of Great Britain , over 30 per cent , comes from America , and of her exports 24 per cent is sold here . Dr . Jameson , whose inviaision of the Transvaal , republic proyed so disastrous , fe alive . It seems the law in that country against treason requires a fine and banishment So jamespn , s neck is safe , and his friends in the South African Company or in England may have to go down deep in their pockets to pay for his little fun in attempting a revolution which was a failure . 1 -...
Herds , Flocks and Dairy [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
Herds , Flocks and Dairy BARNS . IN response to our inquiries , we have had a number of plans -submitted to us . We passed them over to a committee of one to decide which was the best plan . The one selected by him was the accompanying one sent iii by H . Staggs , Valencia , Kansas . We asked for ground plan only . *• i . » t . With the plan was the following explanation : The center pen A , 22 x 20 has a raised floor two feet above the level where the horses stand . It is boarded up a proper height that the horses may reach over and eat hay that is shoved down from above . This pen is studded up all round tp the loft above , there being a stud at each stall partition , this leaves all open for free circulation of air and light . The feed boxes are in the stalls just outside of pen . To feed the animals , just walk on to the pen floor and you have the corn ( B ) , oat ( C ) , and chop ( D ) , bins all handy , with their doors half open . You can see the head of every animal , horse ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
Doctors are often handicapped by tha Here fact that when treating the diseases of vomen , they suggest and insist on examinations and &lt; T local treatment A great many of them do not know that this is absolutely unnecessary . Many a woman has been thrown into a dangerous state of nervous excitement by the mere suggestion of such treatment Many women fie to the doctor . That sounds hard , but it is undoubtedly true . They know that if they admit certain symptoms that the doctor will inevitably insist on an examination . They do not give him all the facts in the case , and so he works in the dark . Quite often the doctor is too busy and too hurried to make the necessary effort to obtain the facts . He frequently treats symptoms for what they appear to be on the surface , when the real cause and the real sickness is deeper and more dangerous . A derangement of the distinctly feminine organs will derange the whole body . The woman herself may hot know exactly what is the matte...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
Iron Roofing , From Lumber , Worldi F ^ ir Pipe ( ausizes ) , Buildings . Also allMnds of building material cheap . Write UB . CSIOAOO KOTTSX ! WBEOKDfO CO ., 8005 South Halated St ., Chicago . IT PAYS ToW ANGLO-AMERICAN STOCK FOOD . BEWARE OF IMITATIONS . None genuine unless bearing trade-mark . Have Ton Hog Cholera ? We can and do cure hog cholera . One breeder , after using our goods , says : Send 200 pounds more ; am free from it now ; want to keep fortified . Send for circulars and testimonials and see names of prominent breeders now using . Anglo-American Stock Food Co .. Chicago . First Prize and Grand Sweepstakes Wt * mmmm At the Granite State Dairymen s Convention , at J « M [ fl | MI Lancaster , N . H ., Dec . 26 and 27 , 1895 , awarded to . _ m __^ MimM &gt; butter . from cream separated by the jlBw Improved United States TRIP Cream Separator , _ W ? wfflQ The award going to Samuel T . Noyes , Colebrook , Nl H 7 . mahww W Send for circulars of the Separator that m...
ECONOMICAL FEEDING . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
ECONOMICAL FEEDING . HE best food , is usually the cheapest . The best ration is composed of several kinds of food as a rule . Certain qualities are lacking in corn for producing the best marbled meat . It is rich in fat , but lacking m the constituents of muscle growth .. The average feeder has much to learn about the proper mixture of the ordinary products of the farm in furnishing the right combination . The animals are not of uniform constitution and general health . The digestive apparatus of one is unusually vigorous and will handle to advantage , the richest of rations . Another more delicate will demand less of food in quantity and a mixture of different constituents . The proper adaptation of the rations to a number of cattle or horses calls for close observation as to the animal s capacity to appropriate a given ration to the best purpose . • : Muscle and sinew are needed by the horse , and such food as oats , clean clover and corn blades , with a small percentage of bran ...
BOSTON WOOL MARKET . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
BOSTON WOOL MARKET . T N its annual review of the wool trade , the A Boston Commercial Bulletin , Dec . 27 , said : Wool at the close of the year averages three cents a scoured pound higher than the beginning . Boston-has done the largest business in her history , the sales for the year being 230 , 750 , 375 pounds , of which 154 , 334 , 773 pounds were domestic and 76 ,- 410 , 600 pounds were foreign . This surpasses even the record of 1892 , when the sales were 180 , 447 , 600 pounds . m These sales all represent actual transactions , but as many of them are sales to speculators the delivery movement more accu rately represents consumption . Tlie total receipts of wool in Boston were 577 , 377 bags domestic , against 518 , 304 bags domestic in 1894 and 323 , 981 bales foreign against 102 , 366 bales foreign in 1894 . The American clip in 1895 was but 294 , 296 , 726 pounds , against . 325 , 210 , 712 pounds in 1894 . The latest treasury statistics show that we imported 211 , 057 ,...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
Jan . 16 i It is Known By Its Cures ft Is not what wa say , but what Hood s Sarsaparilla does , that tells the story of its merit . The thousands of people whom it has raised from disease and despair tp happiness and health , are the strongest and best advertisements Hood s Sarsaparilla has . No other preparation in existence , has such a record of wonderful cures . This is why Hood s Sarsaparilla has tho largest sale , and requires for its production the largest laboratory in the world . Now if you need a good medicine , why not try that which has done others so much good . Remember ¦ * . • Hood s Sarsaparilla Is the Only True Blood Purifier , Prominently in the pu blic eye . $ 1 ; six for $ 5 H / wisPe Dillc act harmoniously with riUUU » r ~! Iia &gt; Hood s Sarsaparilla . 25 o . E wB : P 11 ?^ ^ blnardon , in ., tanner of « A . * . « es fu i rs and manufacturer of black cattle robee , coats , rugs , gloves , etc . Pure-bred cattle for sale . _ Please _ mention ^ the _ Wes...
SMALLEST OXEN ON EARTH ; [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
SMALLEST OXEN ON EARTH ; i ^\ l ^ E of jtihe greatest curiosities among the &gt;¦/ doiiesticated animals of Ceylon is a breed of cattle known to the zoologists as the sacred running ox . They are the dwarfs of the whole ox family , the largest specimens of the species never exceeding thirty inches in height . One sent to the marquis of Canterbury in the year 1891 , which is still living and is believed to be somewhere near 10 years of age , is now twenty-one inches high and we i ghs but 109 % pounds . In Ceylon they are used for quick trips across country with express matter and other light loads and it is said that four of them can pull a driver of a twowheeled cart and a 200-pound load of miscellaneous matter sixty to seventy miles a day . They keep up a constant swing-trot or run , and have been known to travel 100 miles in a day antf . night without either food or water . No one knows anything conceniing the origin of this peculiar breed of miniature cattle . They have b...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
9 CORDS IN 10 HOURS to RVB 6 *^ 1 JAa 3 Bt ___ m . 4 * 8 AW 8 D 0 W * BTONB MAR , with the FOLDING SAWING BAOHINB . Itsaws down trees . Folds like a pocketknif e . Saws any kind of timber on any kind of ground . One man can saw nOBK timber with ft than 2 men in any other way , and do it EASIER . 07 , 000 in use . Send for fKKK illustrated catalogue showing latest IBPROTBBKHTS and testimonials from thousands . First order secures agency . Address VOIiDINO 8 AWINO MACHINE CO .. 62-86 8 . Clinton Street , Chicago , lit &lt; Please mention the Western Rural . Poultry . ^¦¦¦ SMB &amp; I T &gt; KtK 8 HIRB , Cherter While , • e ^ E ^^ T ? % ^ i mJjJernjBtdulFobgdOliln ^_ W ^_^_**_ sS £ ! SS ^ JiS _ Wivl ( i 8 . Jeney , Guernsey and ^^^ Hjj ^^^ H ^^ VHolstein Cattle . Thoroughbred ^ V ^^^^^^ HiK Sheep . Fanoj . Hunting - ^ BmWZ ^^ SzJF and Home Dog * . Catalogue ; 0 . W ^ MITH . cSchraaTlUe , Chester Co .. Peaaa . Please mention the Western . Rural . Your money back ...
Among the Horsemen [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
Among the Horsemen BRIIBDING WITH CERTAINTY . E LECTIONEER and Nutwood , without any developed speed in their ancestry , have shown themselves capable , in hands of experts , to produce unprecented numbers of good performers . This shows how much depends upon the man that handles the progeny of any horse . It proves nothing to say that no man has been able to breed speed with a marked degree of certainty . If any one will examine carefully the race summaries .. he can there learn what blood comes to the front . In the Year Book he can learn what stallions are the sires of standard performers as well as those that . woulcl be included in the new rules proposed , and what is of quite as much importance , whether these stallions are breeding on through their sons and daughters , what blooded mares produce best . . . ¦ Aside from this there are young horses better bred individuals , with more speed ; backed for generations with speed and speed producers ; so that if the adage that a hor...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
jf MEDICAL ^ ^ TREATMENT . ^ If you want tbe best expert and scientific treatment by the leading pbysicians and specialists of the country , consult only 1 KB . HATJ _ L __ . W . _ LS . ds CO ., 70 Dearborn St ., Chicago , III . All Chronic Diseases of men and women , Private , Skin , Blood and Nervous Diseases . Cases treated by mail all over the world by sending for Symptom Blarft No . 1 for men , No . 2 for women . No . 3 , Skin Diseases , No : _ for Catarrh . Best of references .
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
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