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AMONG HORSEMEN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

AMONG HORSEMEN BREEDING MARES . A GREAT many farmers are in the habit of giving mares little or no work when carrying the foal , but once the foal is able to stand , think the mare is able to do full work and raise the foal well in addition , says Farm and Fireside . The reverse is true . Mares , either for fast or slow work , are better able to produce a healthy and vigorous foal if given ordinary work up to the eighth month of gestation , and thereafter , until three days before foaling , daily exercise at light work . After foaling the mare should be on pasture until the foal is four months old ; nor should she then be put to exhaustive work , nor at any time should she do work liable to strain or otherwise injure herself . It is . thought by some persons that after foaling the mare should meet the horse on the third or fourth day . It should never be allowed . The proper time , if the mare goes on well , is to try her on the ninth day after foaling , but she should be again trie...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

SWEET CORN jjKS StowelFs SBm Evergreen ||| Q ~ eH & Choicest Seed ever offered , at ar | wpy 43 o price for table use as green cornJf | ffcfc § 2 Per bushel ...... $ 1 . 60 Imf B Lfrl Two bushels for 3 . 00 BFrfjqff Six bushels for . 8 . 00 ||§§§|§ SWisBT FODDER CORK BMsJJJB Very Choice , per bushel $ 1 . 20 | Qfi | Two bushels for 225 flEExSn Write for price on larger lote . 1 SI If AUGHANS SEED STORE VU ^ Rv II CHICAGO : 84 & 86 Randolph St , ^^¦ P V NEW YORK : 26 Barclay St .

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VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

VETERINARY The several departments of this paper are for the use and convenience of Its subscribers exclusively . Those . wishing advice in this column will please Btate their questions plainly and concisely and upon paper containing no reference to subscriptions or to other departments of the paper . In relation to diseases and ailments of lire stock , it is necessary that we be exactly Informed of the symptoms as observed , else it will be impossible to fully understand and prescribe for the ease . We cannot answer veterinary Inquiries by mall , unless II ( the regular veterinary fee ) is inclosed . LUNG TROUBLE . —My cow has not been well for three months . She has difficulty in breathing , holds her tongue out of her mouth from three to four inches and coughs to catch breath . Does this as often as every five minutes . Eats well , dropped a calf one month ago arid has failed in flesh ever since . —Ed Dowd , Wisconsin . T-Froni your description and without a personal examination ...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

EVERY MAN understands the Importance of learning a trade . It requires only two months to learn the barber trade . Can earn wages Saturdays while learning . Steady situation guaranteed in city or country if desired . Complete outfit of new tools donated each student . Two yeaTS apprenticeship served in two months . CHICAGO BiKBEB SCHOOL , 883 S . Clark St ., Chicagro . Send £ » r illustrated catalogue . Please mention the Western Rural . ^ 1 BUGGIES . PHAETONS . SURRIES . WAGONS , •«¦ 11 ¦ ifsWTl CARTS , HARNESS , SADDLES , BICYCLES , & c . ^ iH » 7 AJAH BB U ^ A At factory prices . Our record for the past eight years is the beat guar- ^ SOS ^ w ^ k t ^ H 9 ^^ M 9 | K-laiite « that we turn out the finest , strongest and lowest priced vehicles VVBSS ^ TOJIVV Xaglv ^ Bg yy in the world , for the money . All wort guaranteed . Send for our beau- ^ flyly ^ Qgfiy X tirade . S 44 . tifully illustrated Catalog for 1896 . Prices in plain figures . Offices , sales- 4 . tirU * . te...

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Harm , Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

Harm , Garden and Orchard A VALUABLE BULLETIN . There is now ready for distribution by the United States Department of Agriculture to all applicants a bulletin on Spraying for Fungous Diseases —No . 38 of the Farmers Bulletin series . It is four years since there was published in a former bulletin a summary of the more important methods of combating some of the destructive diseases of fruits . During this time many improvements have been made in the work , and for this and other reasons it seems desirable to now bring together , in brief , practical form , our present knowledge on the subject . The question asto whether it will pay to spray has long since been answered in the affirmative , : so it is not necessary at this time to enter upon any argument in regard to this phase of the subject . During the past four years numerous solutions , powders , etc ., have been tested , with a view of determining their value as economical , effective and practical preventives of fungous parasi...

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THE CURRANT WORM AND THE CURRANT BORER . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

THE CURRANT WORM AND THE CURRANT BORER . ( The following written by James . Troop , Horticulturist at Purdue University Experiment Station was sent out May 12 , 1898 . —Ed . ) Thesetwo species of insects have done more damage to the currant and gooseberry industry in this country than all other causes-combined . A few years ago every farmer raised enough currants and gooseberries for home consumption , at least , but since the introduction of these pests not one farmer in ten thinks of raising even a fair crop . It would seem that after- all that has been written on the subject , nothing more need be said , but it is evident that the people in general are not well posted on the subject even yet . The currant worm , nematus ventricosus , or more properly , the gooseberry saw fly , was introduced into this country from Europe about the year 1857 , coming , as did the imported cabbage butterfly , by way of Canada . It is probable , however , that it was landed at other points along our...

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NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

NOTES . —Thorough corn culture pays any season—wet or dry . —A . O . Harmon , Iowa : June 1 will not be too late to sow millet for hay . —Better be , a little late getting in the corn rather than get it : in before the ground is thoroughly prepared . —If it is dry weather keep the cultivator constantly at work in the corn field . Run it shallow and thus make a dust mulch that will prevent-evaporation and conserve the moisture . —If it is wet , weather get into the corn field with the cultivator just as soon as possible after each rain or shower to keep the crust broken so the air can get in and warm up the soil . Such early getting at it will also help keep down the weeds , an important factor in successful corn culture in a wet season . —The Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin have provided for the certification of all short course students who complete the two winters work in the College of Agriculture . In accordance with this provision , twenty-seven students ( twent...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

719 JONES BB PATg TBI HKEECtlET . * jgmjr * Farm and Wagon mmm & scALEs . lhritod « - * -Standard . AM Sizes and All Kind * . Hot made-ors * cnut or controlled by a combinataoa . For Free Bookjmd Price List , address • TONE & OF BrNOHJLMTON , Bingliamtom , N . Y .. 1 T . S .. L Please mention the Western Rural . SOLD ON TRIAL . yjjs * Imperial ( s % M £ & J Pulverizer , V ** T ^ Clod Crusher , M Boiler and / If Hr ™ * % I ^ eveler . ^ mM ^ MMlMM ^^^^ Plainly described ^^ v teef ^ Peterson Mfg . Co . Blent , O . please mention the Western Rural . SAVEMONEY ON FRUIT PLANTS . Strawbesry Plants a Specialty . Having tares fruit plant farms , devoted to growing A . Mo . l | Plants for our trade , we can save yon Money on 1- * Soa . or 100 , 00 © . We nave SO Best Varieties off Strawberries . All of the old Standards ilka Bubach , Warfleld , Parker , Earle , Kaverland , etc ., LOW . Also most of the bestnew . like Brandy- ¦ wine , Marshall , Blsel , Sple...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

§ ADVERTISEMENTS . 3 * We believe the firms who advertise in our columns are reliable and trust8 worthy and that they will deal honB estly with our subscribers . M Any subscriber having- cause for V complaint will do us a favor by sendM ing- the details , upon receipt of which £ we will make careful investigation . 0 We can not , however , attempt to adjust U trifling differences between subscribers > and honorable advertisers . W It will be to your interest , and get fc you the best of service , if you always B mention this paper when writing to adfjk vertisers .

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THE FARMERS' SIDE [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

THE FARMERS SIDE • THE PAUPER SOLDIER ; { . Suggested by a recent happening . ) They curried the man to a soldier s rest , The drum was muffled , the life sang low ; ? blade of battle was on his breast , A tattered banner that knew the foe . There sprang , from the roof of his earthy tent , A peal of thunder and flash of name ; With glory s plaudits the air was rent ; ( He died in the poorhouse , all the same . ) A chaplain stood by the coffin side , And preached a story of long ago ; This frozen visage would flush with pride , If just but the dead could hear and know ! Again with young and vigorous hand , lie climbed the ladder of early fame , And pawned a life for his native land , ( And died in a poorhouse , all the same . ) O proud Columbia ! well tis said , If ever an insult you may meet , A million heroes , victory led , Will lay their lives at your very feet ! But strip the flags from the shining domes , And bow your beautiful head in shame , If men who fought for the palace-...

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JAY GOOKB ON SILVER . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

JAY GOOKB ON SILVER . All bankers are not actuated by the principles of greed which underlies the gold standard hypocrisy , but they are some clear-sighted and patriotic enough to consider country before the greedy policy which actuates the majority . The name of Jay Cooke was a household word during war times . He was at the head of the banking house through whom a large part of the government loans was placed . The following is a copy of a letter addressed by him to the Manufacturers club of Philadelphia , in response to a request to address the club on the financial issue . It is full of meat and well worthy of a wide circulation : My Dear Sir—I find that I cannot be with you this evening at 1409 Walnut street , and as you have suggested that even the views of a banker may be of service in determining the relation of the Manufacturers Club to the subject of bimetallism , I venture to contribute my mite to the discussion . Although not a manufacturer myself , I think I can speak o...

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THE CIRCULATION AND GENERAL PRICES FOR APRIL . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

THE CIRCULATION AND GENERAL PRICES FOR APRIL . The banking statistics for April , as republished by the United States Bureau of Statistics , show that in England the circulation has been increased an amount equal to twenty-three millions of dollars ( the gold reserve has been reduced sixteen millions , and the paper circulation increased seven millions ) . The Imperial German bank has increased its volume of money sixty-two millions of dollars ( the gold reserve reduced seventeen millions , and the paper circulation increased fortylive million ) . In Russia the circulation has been reduced forty-live millions of dollars ( the gold reserve increased forty millions , and the paper circulation reduced live millions ) . The other leading banks of Europe , during April , made no important changes in the volume of money . The result in Europe is that in England ahd Germany the circulation was Increased thirty-five millions of dollars , and Reduced in Russia forty-five millions of dollars ...

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EFFECT OF FREE COINAGE . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

EFFECT OF FREE COINAGE . I wish Mr . Wilson would state what , in his opinion , would be the difference in effect upon the price of silver bullion in the United States and elsewhere , between free and unlimited coinage of silver by the United States and the coinage of the United States product with a tariff upon foreign silver equal , to any difference there ; might be after our mints were opened to the coinage of American silver . Subscriber . In case of the free coinage into full legal tender dollars of the silver product of the United States * only gold would immediately go to a premium . The amount of the premium would be the difference between the European bullion price of the two metals . Its effect abroad would be to raise the gold price of silver . bullion .- / -- - The United States is the chief silver producing country . In 1895 our net exports ; after deducting imports , amounted to in round numbers seventy million dollars . Nearly half the silver produced in the world . ...

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SILVER SPRAY . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

SILVER SPRAY . Dwells there a farmer with soul so dead , Who never to himself has said : The goldbugs shall not rule this land . I . - .- * . ** - -- If in your rounds you run across a wealth producer who ignorantly attributes low prices and consequent agricultural and business depression to any other cause than the contraction of primary money to gold , buttonhole him on the spot and put a flea in his ear . * * * The worshipers at the shrine of the Golden Calf call bimetallists lunatics , but we venture to say no one of them would betray such imbecility as to try to make farmers and wage earners believe that the same cause , the restoration of silver , would give the one dear money and cheap products and the other cheap money and dear products . Only a goldite would be guilty of such lunacy as to think he can cram that kind of political economy down the throats of the intelligent working people of America . * * * Secretary Carlisle as a political economist , judged from all standar...

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DURABILITY OF ROLLER BEAR ' INGS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

DURABILITY OF ROLLER BEAR INGS . Some Astonishing Figures Showing Their Ability to Withstand and Prevent Wear . When a 4 % -ft . mower cuts an acre it travels almost two miles . The ability of the Deering roller and ball bearings to stand wear is illustrated by frequent reports from the field showing very large acreage cut . For instance , as early as 1894 a Deering Ideal mower near Wichita ; Kas ., had cut 600 acres of grass , having traveled in that time fully 1 , 100 miles . Messrs . W . O . McDaniel , Fred R . Stephenson and J . D . Gilbreath took the machine to pieces after the 94 harvest , making the following report on it : We found all the bearings in perfect condition . The ball and roller bearings are certainly a success . This mowef was put in perfect working condition for the harvest of 1895 with a small outlay , for a set of wearing plates , and we must say , after thoroughly examining this mower , we were surprised to note the perfect condition this machine was in afte...

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

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