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AGRICULTURAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

AGRICULTURAL . Kiohigaa State IWr . ¦ The Twentieth Annual Fair of the Michigan State Agricultural . Society was held at Detroit , in the Association Park , September 15 th-18 tb . The first day was , as usual , given np tb tbe making of entries , and the arrangement of stock and articles for exhibition . A considerable portion of the second day was occupied in a similar manner . The Attendance of visitors on Thursday was , very large , every available land and water craft being brought into requisition , in order to convey passengers to the ground . Two , lines of steamers plied on the river , and the welkin rang with the terribly discordant sound of steam whistles and runners . On Wednesday the weather was cold and unpleasant ; overcoats were in requisition , and exhibitors and visitors sought the shelter of the various buildings to protect them from the cold breeze which swept over the grounds . There were about 5 , 000 persons present on Wednesday , the second day of the Fair . ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

® he Western ftttal , A Weekl y Farmand Family Paper . inmUSHBD AT CHICAGO AND DKT-tOTT H . K . P . Lewis , Sditor and Proprietor . ASSOOIAT * BDITOM ! fl . B . aOBBOW , <___«* t KBWABBMASOK . lHtertt With « JV -. J * rpt ofJutttantt and CtoiMhtfsrt . Tenss *; • ¦ JO * t » it Yesuri •» . 0 * la Ch * - * .

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AGRICULTURAL . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

AGRICULTURAL . Selections . < u _ d tJoadc-MMrtlom * > ¦ ¦^—^~^— . The Angora Goat , The-followlng article advocating the raising , bf Angora—not Cashmere—goats is : rom the pen of ft . W . Scott , near Frankfort , Kyi , a well known sheep breed ^ : \ / Though the goat has not long been practically known lar thef , UnitedStates , , as a wool bearing animal , yet it is inferable from Its hardier nature and better adaptation to pioneer life , that / it supplied our progenitors w _ fh both cJotMngJtnd food long before , the sheep - was uieHttbrthvse purposes . Certainly from the earliest history of our race lt has been Intimately and practically associated with man , and . in Asiatic , coutries stilt contributes to his requirements more than sheep . The race-abounds iu almost infinite varieties , which have readily adapted themselves to the climates , subsistence , andup ^ s whicb surround tbem in almost every inhabitable portion of tbe world . It , is rather stra...

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VETER 1 HA--Y . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

VETER 1 HA--Y . Food in Iii , Eolation , iothe brgahism , with a Review of ilaehig s Theory , andIts 1 Influence on the !_«¦ gtess of - ^ io ^^ oe . . It is not difficult to show that Lleblg - views are erroneous . The novelty and plausibility of this theory induced a ready assent ; and it . till malntelns ! its grbuiid , but critical . examinations have shown that It is contradicted by the very facts on which lt Is said to Debased . Liebig s classification of . food into nitrogenous and non-nitrogen-ous , merely iwpressM a chemical fact , and he has erred by attempting to explain physiological processes by this fact . The errors Into which he bis fallen / show the fallacy of apply Ing chemical reasoning exclusively , to the explanation of vital processes , as they are not capable of being explained in such away !; : j . , , ; . • ., ,- , , . ,, : . ;¦ . .. . Mr , Lewes remarks on this subject are most conclusive . Be says : Vital process es depend > on-Chemical processes...

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HORTICULTURAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

HORTICULTURAL . ,:. ; . ; . jIjnproved Tomatoes ., . , At a recent meetlng . of the American In . stltuteFarmers . Club , Mr . J . B . Lyman exhibited aplatc of uncommonly Iarae , smooth and weli -haped tomatoes , grown byWil . - Ham _ E arm , aUee . of New Haven , on land that ipas . oiigipijily very : poor . The- farm consists of 17 acres , and by : deep , tillage and generous manuring he has-brought it into High condition . He has bad- the great- , er part subsbiled ; two spades deep . It cost him flop sin acre to do this , but it pays • The . flelds . tbust subsplled ,, give no trouble fromLdrougbtjthe parts of the farm not subsollftdi hurt up In July and August unless the season Is uncommonly wet . ; : : K The I tomatoes shown were produced by crossing . the small round , with large red . Th varieties were set out side by . side , and : thus a tomato uniting the excellencies of each is the result . - > He does not manure heavily tor tomatoes and finds a sandy , soil ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

- Edited by st Practical Hooiekeeper . . ******** — * —— !——**—*—****•—— + mnmm—_^_^_^_*_ —_—_* , __— __^_ ___ T __ A Choice ^ Batch if Cake Recipes . I saw- aii inquiry in THB WESTERN RURAL for . toaklrigGinger Snaps , arid ! have a good recipe and Will send it ; also a few others .. . . , ¦ . ;* ••! . . • - ii & V 0 . er . StMps : 7 r-Osii cup brownsugari obe cup molasses ; one cup butter ; two eggs ; four , table spoons . vinegar ; three teaspoon , soda ; one teaspoon ginger ; roll thin . Shepdrd .. Cake ^~* T wo eggs ; one cup white sugar ; one-half cup butter ; one-half cup sweet milk ; - one cup-currants ; one-fonrth teaspoon . . soda . ; . . prie-hall teaspoon cream tartar ; one teaspoon lemon . > .: v Coffee . Cdkc . - ^ One cup coffee prepared as for the- table ; . one cup butter ; : one cup molasses ; one cup brown sugar ; oneenp • raisins ; one cup currants ; One teaspoon soda ; one - teaspoon cloves or cinnamon ; four and a half- cups flour ; , , !...

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CONTENTS OF THIS NUMBER . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

CONTENTS OF THIS NUMBER . A « rrlcnltnr * l . — White Ohester Hogs ............................ 309 The Cattle Disease ; SOS Overreaching in Horse * ,. * • , •••••••• . •••• .. 800 Th eEarly Rose Potato . ; ........................ 309 Norway Oats ........ »»; ... ; ..................... 812 Seasons for Growing Combing Wool .. .... 808 The Augra Goat . ... 310 What Makes a Good Ram .... 810 Selecting Heed Corn .... •••• ... .... 310 Agricultural Items .... •¦•¦• . •••••••••• , _ ,....... 810 Pasturing New Seeded Fields 810 Michigan State Fair 800 Crops in Darke Co ., Ohio .. 313 Horticulture ! . — Michigan Fruit Region .. 313 ImprovedTomat . es , 811 Saving Trees Girdled hy Mice 811 How Shall I Save My Plums .... ; 311 It pe Wood vs . Green Wood for Layers ... 811 Peaches in Georgia 311 Boot Pruning Tree * . ! .... 311 Orchard U lture 811 The Leaf ... 311 Horticultural Items ......... 311 Watering the Kitchen Garden .... 311 Sorers in the Maple Trees . ; ........... 311 Rhubarb or P...

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____ T __ DRg , DHiOIBIES , ANSWERS , Site . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

____ T __ DRg , DHiOIBIES , ANSWERS , Site . Ckeap Paint for Hou * e * . —Sometime ago a request was made in your paper for a recipe for a cheap paint for farm buildings . ^ Z used the Solon Robinson Paint last year at tne East , and found it to work welt on lough boards , but on planed hemlock andhasswood , and over old oil paint , It soon cracked and came off . The formula as published in Facts for Farmers , is as follows . - —Slack one bushel of best white lime , using In all 40 gallons of water , then add slawly , stirring it well , 20 pounds Spanish whiting , 17 pounds rock salt , 12 pound * raw sugar . Strain lt through a sieve , and keep lt well stjh red while applying . . A nice straw color can be had by adding 10 pounds French yellow . Rock salt and tho raw nr . sticky sugar must be used , or the result will not be satisfactory . —V . L ., BurJtlin , Mo . Osage Hedge . —I wish to inquire through Tour valuable paper , where I can obtain some one to set Osage Orange for a hed...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

TRIAL SUBSCRIPTIONS . The WESTERN RURAL will be sent on trial for the term of three months for Fifty Cents . TELL VOUR FRIENDS OF THIS OFFER . \ f Our new Premium List Is now ready . Send for a copy . We now offer as Premiums Grover & Raker Sewing Machines , American Watches , Silver and Plated Ware , Farm and School Bells , Dictionaries , Bibles , Clothes Wringers , BlbIes , Chromo Lithographs , Gold Pens , Barometers , Microscopes , Books , etc —NOW IS THE TIME TO FORM CLUBS .

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New Publications . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

New Publications . EIIIN * - IT WOMBN or TB * Ao *; Being Narrative * of the Lives and Deeds of the Most Prominent Women of the Present Generation . By James Parton , Horace Greeley , T . . W . Hlgglnson , J . 6 . O . Abbott , Theodore Tilton , Fanny Fern , Grace Greenwood , eto . With Fourteen Steel Engravings .. Chicago : Glbbs A Nichols , 132 So . Clark St . Hartford ; S . M . Belts A Co ., 1868 . This is a large and handsome work of 628 pages , containing biographical sketches , many of them quite extended , of forty-seven of the most celebrated women now living , including queens and empresses , poets and novelists , educators , actresses , sculptors , painters , singers , lecturers , etc . These sketches have been written by some of the most able and popular authors in America . The fourteen steel engrxved portraits are nearly all fine specimens of ait . We suppose this book has been published , as most books have been , with the expectations on the part of the publishers , th...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

NEWS OF THE WEEK . —Seven tobacco factories were destroyed W by fire in Lynchburg , Virginia , on the 17 thr j 9 j-Hon . Raverdy Johnson , U . S . Minister at tbe Court of St . James , has been formally presented to Queen Victoria . —A terrific rain storm and tornado in tbe vicinity of St . Peter , Hlnu . on the llth Inst , destroyed property to tbe amount of $ 20 ,-. —The Union Pacfic Railway has been completed to Point of Rocks , and trains are now running eight hundred and . four miles west of Omaha . —The recent frosts extended nearly over the entire country . Some damage was done to vegetation . Corn was but little injured being too far advanced to suffer . _—The Illinois Grand Lodge of Good Templars , which met at Galesburg , adjourned on the 17 th to meet on the second Tuesday of September , 1860 , in Jacksonville . —It is said that In every capital of Europe tbe belief that a great and immediate war Is impending , grows day by day ; that the best Informed men expect it to br...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

Office * t SO and 89 Washington St ., Chicago , and 193 Jeflferson Ave ., Detroit .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

To Subscriber * and Reader * . —Tn * WBBTEBN RUBAL if published at both Chicago and Detroit , each edition containing aU matter in either of general importance , themarket reports and other matter of merely heal interest ih one being omitted in ihe other . Advertisements inserted in both editions , or either , as desired .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

. CHICAGO , SEPTEMBER 26 , 1868 .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

WESTERN RURAL CAMPAIGN OF 68-69 ! EARLY IS THE FIELD ! ¦ IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT I V ENLARGEMENT AND IMPROVEMENT To Be the Largest Journal of Its Class la America ! ? FREE FOR NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER ! SPECIAL GIFTS TO SUBSCRIBERS ! SEVERAL BABE PROPOSITIONS l The extraordinary and most gratifying success which we have realized in the publication of THE WESTERN RURAL , —it having how attained a circulation more than one-half greater than that of any other Agricultural and Family Journal west of New York—stimulates us to further improvements . We take . pleasure , in announcing that , on Jan . 1 st next , among other contemplated improvements , the paper will be enlarged by the addition of acolwmn to each page jama the corresponding lengthening of . aU the columns , to make a page of proper propor tion * , tehen tt wiU be THE LARGEST JOURNAL , AS IT IS NOW THE MOST SUCCESSFUL OF ITS CLASS , IN AHERICA ! HORE THAN THREE PAGES INCREASE OF MATTER . ~ This orslargpmpnt will bfi fin til viil...

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¦ m Farther aa * Extraordinary Induce -ments ! [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

¦ m Farther aa * Extraordinary Inducements ! A BEAUTIFUL SPECIAL GIFT ! DESIRABLE ARTICLES ON LOW TERMS ! BABE OFFERS FOB ONE AUD ALL ! [ Additional to Free Copies , as Abivt . ] , A . To Every New Subscriber , or Present Subscriber renewing , sending us the regular single subscription price per year , ( $ 2 . 60 , ) we will forward postage paid a beautiful ahd appropriate SPECIAL GIFT of One Dozen Prangs Ohromo Album or Centre Table Cards , assorted American Birds , Flowers , Autumn Leaves , Natural Scenery , Butterflies , etc . B . For $ 3 . 60 ( $ 1 . 00 in addition to the single subscription rate ) , we will send ( besides the WESTERN RURAL one year ) a copy of Prang s Beautif-l Picture in rich colors , The Poultry of the World , size 22 by 28 inches , by mall ( securely packed with roller ) postage paid . Price $ 2 . 00—not sold In stores . [ A flue chance for obtaining a valuable as well as ornamental work . ] O . For $ 3 . 60 , the W . R . and a Ladles Gold Pen , Holder and C...

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. Norway Oats . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

. Norway Oats . - A new variety of oats has made its appearance at the East , which i promises to restore that Important grain to the place which it formerly occupied in the estimation of American farmers . The following article upon the Norway Oats is from the N . Y . Independent : At the Far mere OluD , American Institute , Tuesday , August 26 th , a considerable interest was created by the exhibition of several specimens of bunches of Norway Oats , grown at various places in Vermont , New York and New Jersey . The heads were so prolific In yield of grain , and apparently so healthy , tbat there was sufficient reason to accept and welcome lt as a new and valuable addition to the grain resources uf tho oon _ . tr .-. _ Thp . oat crop in the United States for a long time _ as oeen iauing , ana farmers either have riot cultivated it well or have allowed it to run out by neglect . The present variety appears to come In at a right time to be appreciated , and ls so well endorsed by cul...

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i "The Chioagoan " [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

i The Chioagoan The Literary and Family Weekly , established last April in Chicago , by S . L . TAYLOR & Co ., under the title of Ibe Chieagoan , has realized a degree of success already whicb ensures its permanence . Its publication has now passed entirely into tbe hands ofthe publisher ofthe WESTERN RURAL , Mr . Taylor having retired . The WESTERN RURAL and the CHIOAGOAN will now be furnished together , each for one year , ( to commence at same or different dates , ) for $ 4 . 50 , the regular price separately being $ 5 . 50 . — ¦ — * . m FLOWER CATALOGUE . —We are In receipt of the Autumn Catalogue and Floral Guide of Messrs . B . K . BUBS & SON , 41 Park Row and 151 Nassau Street , New York . It contains a choice collection of Dutch and Cape Flowering Bulbs , etc ., with full and explicit directions for culture . ¦ ¦ » ¦ » W Six hundred and forty-four thousand gallons of linseed oil , worth $ 1 , 200 , 000 , are made yearly In Dayton , O .

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Death of Amy A . Headley . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

Death of Amy A . Headley . We have been deeply saddened in learning of the decease ot our young and gifted friend and contributor , Miss AMY A . HEADLEY , of Laingsburgh , Mich . The information comes to us from AMY S true and faithful friend , Hrs . Rev . MCLEOD , who writes us as follows : - » No longer will the Poet s Corner be filled with the beautiful poems of AMY A . HEADLEY . Her work is done , and well done I Cut down in her youth and beauty , after years of terrible suffering 1 Yet she was willing to suffer , if by so doing she could glorify her Father in Heaven . Four years ago she determined to use her talents and education for the good of others , with what-success the beautiful poems , songs and stories : that have been pnblisbed will determine . Ever peaceful and happy , she was the light of home ; and AMY S society , and her writings , especially hei book of poems * Heart Throbs , ( printed with a pen by AMY , for her mother , ) have long been the center of delight to...

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PARAGRAPHS OF ALL SORTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

PARAGRAPHS OF ALL SORTS ty There are one hundred and seventytwo woolen mills in Ohio .- ¦ IS * A company in New York makes 1 ,- 500 , 000 horse-shoes in a year . , t _ f ~ There arc twelve hundred and sixtyfour , registered bar-rooms in St . Louis . ___~ Mall agents on the Union Pacific Railroad are armed with Spencer carbines . tar Over 200 , 000 pounds of wool have been marketed at Kankakee , III ., during the season . t _ F ~ Mr . Dickens is said by English papers to have cleared $ 260 , 000 by his visit tb this country . l 3 P ~ The taxes collected In Hamilton Co ., O ., Including Cincinnati , amounted last year to $ 1 , 082 , 128 . ty The new asylum for deaf mutes , at Columbus commenced its first school term with 175 scholars . tyThe entertainment of the Chinese embassy by the city authorities of Boston cost about $ 15 , 000 . ty A German philologist , at Jena , predicts that in five centuries English will be tbe universal language . fy Newark , O ., bas offered the Agricultur...

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