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

Hr * . DaT-dson . Conclusion—And what Brought Her to It . The following letter explains Itself : — In 1869 , Mrs . Davidson purchased one of your machines , which she used constantly four years . - Having to travel in 1864 , she disposed of it ; -andlast year , becoming settled , she . was induced to try a double , thread one ; bnt the many complications attending the use of the latter , as compared with yours , have brought her to the conclusion that she will never be satisfied with it , and she now wishes to exchange it for one of yours . Please answer , immediately , If yon will exchange . —Letter of Mr . Banter Davidson , Annapoitt , Md ., to WHlcox el Oibbs S . M . Co .

Publication Title: Western Rural
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The " Early Rose" Potato [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

The Early Rose Potato THE EARLIEST AND THE BEST . THE ORIGINAL STOCK . GEO . W . BEST , OF UTICA , N . T ., THE INTRODUCER of this Celebrated Potato , has opened a branch office at No . 164 SOOTH CLABK 6 T *** T , CHICAGO , III ., in charge of MI . JOHN Bur , where tbe Western Farmer * may purchase Early Rose . at tho same prices at which they are sold In Utica , thereby saving the express charges between Oh Icago and tho latter place . Wo are happy to announce that this popular variety has in every respect proved a decided success , aad though bnt a short time ha * elapsed since lt * intro duction , lt already ranks as the very best Early Potato known to Cultivatori . The good qualities which recommend lt are : 1 st Bit from 10 daytio two weeks earlier than any other potato . 2 nd . X is of larger average site than any other potato . Sd . lt is in table quality and delicacy without an equal . 4 th . Jtitin productiveness , the most astonishing variety ever offered to the public , a...

Publication Title: Western Rural
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

THE LADIE ET WASHER Washes and Boils at one atlon , without rubbing , and In lees time andwi s labor than boiling after tbey are washed In t Id way . It washes Flannels without shrlnkii ad colored goods as well as white . Office , 1 6 South Clark Street ,- J . 8 . RICHARDSON . 0602 Chicago , III .

Publication Title: Western Rural
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

A _ f AC-BICUI / TUHAI . WONDER t N () RWAT OATS . In the Spring of 1864 , Mr . D . W . RAHSDILL , one of the most extensive and enterprising farmer * of Vermont had a single oat handed him which had been found in a package of peas sent from the Agricultural Bureau at Washington . Us remarkably large and plump appearance so attracted the attention of Mr . RAHSDILL thst he planted it In his garden for experiment It * germination of numerous stalks , their surprising growth and size , their ability to ripen aa soon as the common oats , and above all their truly wonderful yield of ttao thousand seven hundred and eightyfive grains , being from four to six times that of the old kind , and oeing for superior In quality and weight , induced htm to carefully preserve them for further experiment After disposing of a portion of these oats to the Agricultural Bureau and to some of his friends , in the Spring of 1865 Mr . RAHSDILL sow > d 2 , 040 grains , on fand of fair quality , an...

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

OUR WESTERN BOMB JOURNAL , JjK . .... .. .... _ . _ _ $ THE CHICAGO AN , The Literary aid Faatly Weekly . . * 1 > / f THE CHOICEST STORIES , ORIGINAL AND SELECTED . . . i _ • / , Numerous Special Features . 1 <¦ J THE CHIOAGOAN was established April 18 , 1868 , to snpply tbe Great West : with a Flrst-clsss Literary and Family Weekly . The certainty of its permanence has already been demonstrated In It * \ satisfactory reception by the Public . The Publisher will spare no effort in securing for Has marked a degree of » ucee _* as he haa met In the publication of I Ta * WISTIBB BDIAL , the Farm and Family Weekly . , - AN ACROSTIC . .., ; .,, . ( lb TH * CHIOAOOAS by our Friends of the Prut . ] THB CHIOAGOAN , is _ muedurie „ b rt-U _ mt auspices . —C _ iocwo Journal . Hu a freshness and vitality hot often met with , _ —Commercial Advertiser . ..-,:: ; A Every young man in the West should read u-i * . —Chicago Post . Certainly a credit to Chicago—is meeting great ...

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Michigan Fruit Eegion-Allegan Co . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

Michigan Fruit Eegion-Allegan Co . Will you permit a reader of . your valuable papere , to call the attention of fruit * growers to Douglas , Allegan Co . Mich ., and vicinity . Douglas is an active village . and pleasantly situated near Lake Michigan , and the mouth of the Kalamazoo river . Though it has been known mostly for its lumbering interests , _ it is destined to take front rank among the best fruit localities in Illinois , and Michigan . We have seen as fine specimen of fruit here as our eyes ever beheld . Till of late but little attention has been given to raising fruit , but now persons are investing largely in the business . The Winters are mild here compared with the interior and southern parts of Michigan , and we are well protected from Spring frosts , owing to the wide expanse of Lake Michigan at this point . All kinds of fruit do well here so far as they have been tested—especially peaches and grapes . We arc credibly informed . by old residents , that peaches neve...

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

THE ROLLERS in the Novelty and Champion Clothes Wringers can be separated at both ends . Bay no others . 576 ... * . *** B _ B ~ It is said that over 600 , 000 acres of land along the Hannibal & St . Joseph Railroad have been sold to immigrants within the past six months . !

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

Cheap Enoii gH ! CHOICE PLANTS , of allthe best kinds of Strawberries , Raspbarries , Blackberries , Currants , Gooseberries and Grapes , for sale by the hundred of thousand . Send for catalogue ond enclose a list of what you want and I wUl Bx prices so low as to astonish you . FaU Is the best time to plant K __ * ° - W . - RICHMOND ; 689 ..,...- .... ¦ NapervUIe , III .

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

IO FARMERS , OR FARMEI ONS , can secure employment paying fro K ) to $ 160 per month , from now until next Sprint ddress at once , 686 ZEIG-EB , URDY & CO ., CHIOAOO , III . . * - ¦ • * :

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

MEW ADVERTISEMENTS ; ^~ SMALL FRUITS / : DOOLITTLE RASPBERRIES , « 8 00 per M . ; Miamls , 116 00 M . ; Wilson Strawberry J 2 60 per M . ; ITriumpbc , ( 3 00 ; Early Wilson and Kittatany Blackberry , | 9 00 per hundred ; Philadelphia and Clarke Raspberry , » 12 60 per hundred . A large stock of extra strong plants . . 683 O . A . A . OSBORN , BIBTOS HARBOR , Mich . > q ^ v . MIENEEWSV BELLS . £ i _ wESSm 1 k OELLS FOR CHURCHES , V ^ ^ nP . D Academics , Factories ,. etc :, ^ HE | j |^ Bfl ^ of which more . have . been made _ B _ 3 ^_ L . * t this establishment than at all j __ W __ 3 £ _^____ . the other foundries In the counm kWmm *^^^ * * S combined . Materials used—X pure cooper and tin . AU Bells warranted . An Illustrated catalogue sent free upon application to B . A . & G . R . MENEELY , ¦ ¦& 2 West Troy , N . Y . • THE MONITOR Combined Clover Separator . PATENTED BY J . O . BIRDSBLL , AND HAHtirAOTVBED BT J . C . Birdsell & Sons ...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

Ddty s Was ing Machine , lately muohlmjoved—and the new . Un iversal f t t hes Wring er , IMPROVED WITHDWELLS PATENT Double Cog-wheels and thfatent Stop , are now unquestionably far superior I any apparatus for washing clothes ever invented * nd vail save their cost twice a year by saving labor af clothes . Those who have ul them give testimony a * foi . lows : I We like our machl much ; could not be persuaded to do withoift , and with the aid of Doty , we feel that we are astern of the position . —Rev . Buhop Scott , M . E . Chih . It Is worth a dollja week in any family . —jf . y . Tribune , I In the Laundry o *> y , h * use there !* a perpetual thanksgiving on Mobys for the InvenUon of your excellent wringer . —II x » w < Jore L . Cuyler . Every week has Jen lt a stronger hold upon the affections of the bates of the laundry . —JV . T . Observer . _ l I heartily comma - it to economists of time , money , and eontentnt . —Rev . Dr . Bellows . They save three-f...

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

Girls , Harry Fanners . I saw an article In the WESTERN RURAL , headed GirlsDont Marry Farmers ! I think I will give my opinion on the subject I wonder if L . M . ever lived on a farm , or ls a farmer s daughter . I dont think she is , or she would not have talked so . I think she is very much mistaken when she says : They appreciate their wives—at least as they do their horses . . Are we to understand that there are some In this enlightened age , wbo treat those lovely dears like the TttfiRStB ? - . ¦ 1 have lived In seven different parts of the West , and I have not come across those savages yet . ... __«_ She says : The mechanic s wife uses the earnings of her husbani from day to day . Xesi . she -spends lt . all . To , what purpose ? Her husband ls shut up In his dirty Shop , or ls in the boiling sun , working day after day , hearder than any former ; for if a rainy day comes , the latter-slts by bis windows looking like a prisoner , while the termer , when It rains , can sit In...

Publication Title: Western Rural
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
< _ M 4 tttt '! r # 0 . i * tt [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

&amp;lt; _ M 4 tttt ! r # 0 . i * tt Written for the Western Sural ; Angry Words . . BY EBEK E . BEXFORD . ; Eddie Lee and his little sister Eva were atplay In the garden . It was a warm bright day in Summer , but Eva complained of being cold ; and wanted Eddie to take their playthings , and go to the narssry .. „ To this Eddie was very much opposed , having a natural dislike to being confined in the house when lt was possible to be out of doors . { But Tin chilly , said Eva , in remonstrance . ,. . Pshaw 1 answered Eddie , Get up and stir yourself then , and youll get warm quick enough . I m ; comfortable in the sbade . and here it s all sunshine . But I m tired , said Eva , sitting down . Oh fudge ! cried Eddie , lazy , you meant . No I dontl answered Eva . I aint lazy , I m tired ! Tired of whatt asked , Eddie impatiently . , ; ¦• . ¦ : . , Tired Of running around with you , answered Eva . I ve played to suit you , now you ought to come In and play with me a spell . But I don...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
¦ THE PUZZLES . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

¦ THE PUZZLES . Miscellaneous -Enigma * . — — SJ I am . composed of 17 letters . My 1 , 10 , 11 , 11 , 13 , ls acity in Asia ., . - My 17 , 7 , 2 , 14 , lsan animal . My 8 , 9 , 4 , 7 , 17 , is the name of a bird . My 6 , 2 , 8 , 18 , 1 , 6 , . 7 , 8 ; 9 , 16 , lea country , in Afhoa . I . My 13 , 6 , 4 , 3 , 2 , 16 , is a river In South America . My 12 , 9 , 10 , means color . . My 4 , 17 , 10 , is a malt liquor . My 13 , 17 , 7 , 11 , 16 , Is a girls name ; My 6 , 10 , 17 , 4 , Is a boy s name . My whole is a channel In the Eastern hemisphere . ALIO * . I am . composed of 42 letters . . .: My 7 , 6 V 8 , 9 , Is the name of a wild animal . My 34 , 16 , 40 , 16 , 87 , 11 , U the name of one of the months In tbe year . - My 28 , 26 , 31 , 8 , 36 , 44 , 16 , 27 , 14 , 36 , 80 , Is the name of a color . .. e My 2 , 18 , 1 , 10 , 28 , 24 , 31 , U the name of adty in Mississippi . . i Jly 28 ; 22 , 2 , 36 , 8 , 12 , 8 « i 6 , d , lBj 17 ; to the e * pital of one of the United States . My...

Publication Title: Western Rural
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THE APIARY [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

THE APIARY Wintefng Bees in a Cellar . . We notice in the American Agriculturist , that MryQulnby finds bees wintered in cellars do not begin to rear brood as early asithoseleft ! o . n . their Bummer stands . We find that onr bees wintered in the cellar are from two weeks to . a month , earlier . than those left but of doors . An examlbatlon of fifty hives in the Winter of 65 , showed in February , brood In every one , in all its stages , while , not an egg , even , was to be found in eltbet 6 t the several hives left out • of dobiris . Last Spring when we , took our bees from the cellar ( April 9 th and 13 tb ) we fbund sheets of , orobd in every colony except two that proved to be queenless , and . alpo many young bees ; : while an examination of colonifes left out of doors showed that none of tbem bad more than a few cells of canned brood and not many eggs . These colonies were the very best we had the pre vlous , Fall , and at that . time were irtgood condition . , - ; -- -J - ...

Publication Title: Western Rural
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THE POULTRY TARD [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

THE POULTRY TARD Barn-DoorFowl . L The name barn-door fowl suggests in itself the mode in which a farmer expects . Ms poultry to pick up a living—literally by eating the grain dropped from threshing and various other farming operations , and , tiie seeds and insects procured by scratching on the dunghill , which , besides feeding , 1 causes them to become public benefactors ; fbr the very seeds tbey eat would , If returned to the land , propagate a rank crop of weeds . The question now . arises , what cross or crosses of pure bred fowls , will produce at once the largest , best flavored and healthiest chickens ? The one I strongly recommend is that between the Game cock ( to be chosen rather for : its else and abundant plumage than for Its warlike proclivities ) and the Gray Dorking ben . It is generally admitted that the Game bird is good for the table ; It is also a good sitter and an excellent motber , but It lacks size . This quality the Dorking gives , and tlie proseny of the t...

Publication Title: Western Rural
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

HEW ADVERTISEMENTS . Western Biu-al Adverttslng Bates . Chicago ( or Western ) UHltton only—20 cent * per line each insertion . ..: . ,, Detroit ( or Michigan ) Edition only—16 cents per line each insertion . , Both Editions , or entire circulation—SO cents per line each insertion . : JA : reasonable discount on continued advertisements or largo space . The space of ten lines of this type I * a square . Unless olrected otherwise , it is expected that advertisements are to be inserted In both editions . Nothing Inserted for less than 12 . 00 . .

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 26 September 1868

175 ACRES PLANTED ; WITH SMALL FRUITS , 100 acres planted with Wilson s Early Blackberry ; a good , large stock ot Plants of the leading varieties of . Blackberries , Raspberries , Strawberries , Currants , and Grapes . Also Asparagus Roots , Early Rose Potatoes , etc . Send for prices . • ¦ : ¦•¦« . ¦&amp;gt; - . ¦ - - JOHN 8 . COLLINS , 577 Moorcstown , N . J . v ; Bfoomingtpn Nursery . 17 th Tear , 400 Acres , 10 Greenhouses . Ii ARGB , CHOICE STOCK of best Shipping sizes . A Fruit and Ornamental . Trees , Osage Orange Hedge Plants , Hale s Early and other Peach , Klttattnoy ue . Wilson s Early Blackberries , Apples and other Nursery Stocks , Roses , Shrubs , Bulbs , etc ., very low for cash . . ¦ :: ,- - v . i . Send two Red Btampsfsr two Catalogues . __ . _ . . F . K . PHOENIX , i -688 ¦ BlooinlrigtoiiJMeLiB anCo . VHl . AGENTS WANTED—For MATTHBW HALB SMITH S NOW Book , « SUNSHINE AND SHADOW IN NEW YORK . If you wish to kndw how Fortunes are mode and lost ina day J How Oeun...

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

SEND FOB CIRCULAR IN :. . B . * 4 . JBtfBJER 9 CtO &amp;gt; S Great One Dollar Sale OF -DRY AND FANCY GOODS J ftoiv Ac ., where they presunt as commission to any person sending them a club—Web of Sheeting , Silk Dreg * Pattern , Carpeting , Sewing Slaehlne , _ fcc , dpe . .-, _ F-R , E _ E :. i 0 _ E ... l OOSTf Ten • descriptive checks of , articles sold for One Dollar each , sent for , | l ; 20 for * 2 , etc . COMMISSIONS rNOT EXCEEDED BY ^ ANY OTHER CONCERN . OIKCULAES SENT FREE . Address , . ¦ \ .. ie ., , , ; ,.. BL . A . BAKER * CO . j - 678 : 47 Hanover St . ; Boston . :

Publication Title: Western Rural
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