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gfomtfc ( Stmom [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

gfomtfc ( Stmom Baited by m . Practical Housekeeper . Valuable Stimulating Wash for Bruises . ( A correspondent of the Sou , hern Cultivator gives this recipe : —Oil of origanum , oil of spike , of each a Aula ounce ; gum camphor , an ounce , alcohol a pint . Dissolve the gum and the oils in the alcohol , when it is it for use . This makes a stimulating lotion of most peculiar virtues . It may be applied to a fresh wound , whether incised or contused . In the former , it most surely determines inflammation of tbe adhesive character , and secures union by tbe first intention , the most favorable , and therefore the most desirable result of which the cas • is susceptible . In the case of a contused wound , it gently stimulates the vessels of tbe part , and causes the removal of tbe blood that • has been effused ; at tbe same time removing tumefaction , pain , soreness , etc . If applied early , and repeated two or three times a day , for a few days , nothing further will be required a...

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" CONTENTS OF THIS NUMBER . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

CONTENTS OF THIS NUMBER . Agricultural . — Notes arid Sugg : e 8 tion « -......................... 317 OookOo . Poultry Association .. 317 Michigan State Fair .. 317 TheCattle Disease ............. 317 Hogs vs . Bugs .... ........., SIS Liquid Manure ..-... ......... 318 Bow to Ring a Bull 318 Field Rollers ... ...... ; ............... 318 Cutting up Corn ... ; .... 318 Bran for Milch Cows . . . .. . . . . . ........... 818 Howl raise Fall Pigs ....: ............ 318 The Best Form of Drain Tile .......... ; .. 318 Agricultural Items— ......., ;; ... ...,......... 318 Spring Wheat on Prairie Sod ..... ........ 320 Horticultural . — Notes and Suggestions for October . T ............ 310 Management of Fires .................. 810 Fruit at Michigan State Fair ...... 310 More Small Fruits ...: ..... J ....... 310 How to Prepare Garden Soil ... 310 Grass for a Lawn .... 310 Tho President Wilder Strawberry .. ; ......... i .. 317 Veterinary . — ¦ :....- ,-. 1 .. . Coronary Wounds and Contt...

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Ulinois State Fair . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

Ulinois State Fair . The Sixteenth Annual Fair of tbe ; State Agricultural Society of Illinois , heid last week at Qulncy , was much more successful than could bave been expected , taking into account the discouraging circumstances 1 vrblcb attended Vt . As an exhibition , it was pronounced in its most important depart , [ meats fully up to the measure of success attained by any of the preceding Fairs of the Society . The arrangements and appointments made by the officers for a sue . cessful exhibition , were generally satisfactory , and had tbe weather been propitious , the attendance would have been immense , and the Fair as a whole would doubtless have met the expectations both of the management and the people . In marked contrast with last year , when heat and dust were a great annoyance , the weather during the Fair this year , or the greatest portion of the week , was wet , cold and disagreeable . It was exceedingly forbidding over head and under foot , consequently there was ...

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BETTERS , PKUnniEB , . ANSWERS , Etc . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

BETTERS , PKUnniEB , . ANSWERS , Etc . Old Horses . —I am unab c toagfree with one item of advice that has-been given by a writer in your paper ; that is as to the disposition to be made of horses • when tney become old . Thls ^ writer advises farmers to get rid of old stock of ail kinds , and eajB thrifty farmers never keep old horses . When the or , cow , sheep or hog , begins to grow old , It can be fattened and slaughtered , and thus furnish food to man at tbe eamo time that suffering from ill-treatment , in old age , la prevented . But with the horse this is not the case . His flesh is not wanted and he must be used for labor i f at all . There can he no objection to the course of that farmer who sells young or nrtddle-aged horses , but when one has kept a horse through many years , during which he has faithfully labored , he should not , when age has rendered the faithful servant less valuable , and brought bis time of hard service nearly to a close , sell him , unless with a ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

Offices 1 SO and 83 Washington St ., Chicago , and 103 Jefferson Ave ., Detroit .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

To Subscribers anil Readers . —THE WESTEBN RUHAL if published at both Chicago and Detroit , each edition containing all matter in either of general importance , ( hemarket reports and other matter of merely heal interest in one being omitted in the other . Advertisements inserted in both editions , or eiOier , as desired .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

Wkt Wwkm jtol CHICAGO , OCTOBER 8 , 1868 .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

Splendid Prizes for Clubs ! We now offer as Premiums , Grover & Baker Sewing Machines { for only 30 subscribers ) , —American Watches , Silver , and Plated Ware , Farm and School Bells , Bibles , Webster s Dictionaries , Mitchells New Atlas , Clothes Wringers , Chromo-Litho-graphs , Gold Pens , Barometers , Microscopes , Books , etc ., for clubs of all sizes . The WESTEBN RUBAL is the best paper to canvas for , Agents say , that they ever tried . NOW is the time to commence forming clubs . FREE for November and December . Every New Subscriber for 1889 , ^ received , by us during the month of October ( at single rate or in clubs ) will receive the eight numbers for November and December FREE . If the October numbers are desired also , send Twenty Cents additional . To Subscribers for 1869 , received after November Xst , the remaining numbers of the year will be sent commencing the next week after receiving the names . The advantage of this offer is extended also to Presen...

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— T NEWS OF THE WEEK , ] [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

— T NEWS OF THE WEEK , ] —An insurrection of vast proportions has broken out in Spain . The revolution is the result of the union of the Constitutional . Moderate and Liberal parties , in the effort to overthrow the reigning dynasty . The fleet has joined the movement , because the sailors are unpaid , and a great part of the army has revolted because they are indignant at the exile of their favorite Generals . Ihe Church , which is bound by every tie to u J * ue £ ? resist 9 » and holds the masses in check . The royal and iusurgent forces are approaching each other / and a decisive battle is expected . There is a report that Queen Isabella has abdicated in favor of ner son , Prince Asturias . tu —T 1 ^ i , amo H ? t or money forwarded through the malls by the money order sysJS 1 ?™™ 8 the ^ cnl-year just closed , is $ 15 , 000 , 000 , against $ 9 , 000 , 000 last year . Two hundred and forty-flve new money order offices go in operation next month . —Two companies of United States t...

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* m m — Chicago Horticultural Society . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

* m m — Chicago Horticultural Society . The next regular meeting of this society takes place the second Wednesday in October at half pas t seven oclock P . M . The subject before the meeting will be Bulbs and plants for the Decoration of our Homes during Winter . The discussion will be opened by the President , Edgar Sanders . The public are cordially invited to attend : We are glad to learn the Executive Committee have decided to hold an exhibition this Fall . . . .. . . .. , > As we understand it is to be a free one ; no charges . for admission and no premiums . The time will , be determined at the next meeting so us to hit If possible the best period for the flowering of the : chrysanthemums .. ¦

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»¦« • The Ohio State Fair . ' ., [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

»¦« • The Ohio State Fair . ., The pressure of reports of Fairs , and other matter , obliges lis to defer until next week any special mention of the Ohio State Fair held at Toledo , Sept . 21—25 . We are glad to say , however , that it was largely successful . The number . of entries was larger than at any previous Fair in the State , and the attendance was large , so that financially the Fair , was satisfactory . Up to Thursday noon the weather was good . At that time a rain commenced which continued most of the time till the close of the Fair . In most of the departments the Exhibition compared very favorably with those we have attended in former years .

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Steam Safe for Domestic Use . ' [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

Steam Safe for Domestic Use . D . B . PBiNDiiE , Esq : a prominent Western NewTork farmer , claims ! td have invented a self-acting pressure and vacuum valve at a cost of only fifty cents ,- which makes all danger in the use of his new Farmer s Steamer and Caldron quite impossible . From the numerous : testimonials , we believe ; his new boiler to be just the thing so long needed , and as admirably adapted to cooking in quantities for stock as well as for the many other , various uses for which steam or an open boiler is required . See Mr . PUDDLE S advertisement in . another column . || . No CLOTHES WBINGEB can do its work fll evenly and easily with one end of the Bollcrs pinned together . The Novelty and Jfl Champion Wringers have not this objection . In Examine before you buy . 676 vl

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RURAL CAMPAIGN OF ' 68-69 ! [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

RURAL CAMPAIGN OF 68-69 ! Enlargement and Improvement . t —¦¦; , T * Be the Largest Journal of Its Class in America J The extraordinary and most gratifying success which we have realized in the publication of THE WESTEBN RUBAL , —it having now 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 a column to each page , and the corresponding lengthening of all Vie columns to make a page of proper propor tions , when it will be THE LARGEST JOURNAL , AS rr is NOW THE MOST SUCCESSFUL OF ITS CLASS , IN AMERICA ! More than Three Pages Increase of Matter ! This enlargement will be equivalent to the addition of Sixteen Columns , or more than THHEE PAGES of the present size , to its superficial area , or space for reading matter . Thiswill ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

THE UNIVERSAL CLOT BES-WRINOER , lately fmproved witb Boweil e patent double gear and new clasp extension , soon saves its cost in labor and clothes . The only Wringer with the PATEKT STOP , without which cog wheels play out of gear and are of no use when most needed . Sold everywhere . , . B . C . BROWNING , General Agent , No ; . 32 Oourtlandt Street , New York . .. • . 690

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

THE BUCKEYE IT OG- TAME JEfc . ¦ ¦ No More Trouble from Booting ! EINGS , PINS , AND OTHER JEWELRY SUPERSEDED . A Perfect Implement I Hog * Do No Mischief I A Great Saving In Food t No efforts have been made to introduce tbe Buck eye Hog Tamer , ( invented by Samuel F . Hair , of Ohio , in 1864 , ) to the Public , yet it has enjoyed a very large ¦ ale , and is pronounced a perfect Instrument by all who bave used it , superseding all other contrivances and Inventions now before the public . David Mageo , tbe celebrated bos stock raiser , » f Butler Co ., Ohio , says : The Buckeye ( Hog Tamer supersedes the use of rings , the Jack knife , and every other invention I bave seen to prevent hogs from rooting . I recommended it to every farmer who raises hogs . It is invaluable , and I would not be without it for many times its price . It is a perfect instrument . I do not think lt . can be Improved . * John McFarland , of Illinois , says In the WESTEBN RURAL : I regard the Buckeye as a pe...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

flS « 7 * f » Afi WILL BUY A CHALLENGE SOI TO 8 > y WASHING MACHINE , warrant T ~ . cd the best in the world , regardless of price , and money refunded if it does not prove to be so . It washes easier , better , and with less wear to the clothes than any other machine or process . OA Aft A Sola > an 4 arc receiving the most perQU . UUU feet satisfaction . wwjwwv CHALLENGE WRINGER . — The best in the world . Warranted to be as good for use , after two years proper usage , as when new , and as * surcd to work perfectly fen years , combined witb an IRONER , for ironing WITHOUT HEAT , and very rapidly . READ . —I have sold 600 Challenge Washers in my county , arid they are all giving the most perfect satisfaction . J . F . BARROW , Hickory , Hartford Co ., Md . I can sell 1 , 000 Challenge Washers and Wringers in my county . Have been oflered $ 200 for the right , ( small population—ccsfchlm $ 25 , ) out would not take JlOOforit . Agents wanted everywhere , at a pr...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

A NEW DWARF PEA . THIS PEA is ncarlv twice the size of the Champion of England , very productive , self-sup-porting , ornamental , late , tender skin , equal in flavor to tho best standard pea known and only from 9 Inches to one foot in height . OUR SUPPLY IS LIMITED . ! Single packages 25 cents , 6 for $ 1 00 , postage free . Wishing to introduce them in every garden as fast as possible we will send , for ( 2 20 , tho WESTERN RUBAL for 1869 and 1 package of the peas postage free . A New Standard Pea Resembling the Champion of England but of a more delicate flavor , more productive and earlier . Slnglopackages 20 cents , 6 packages for $ 1 , postage free . WESTBKH BUBAL for 1869 and one package for $ 2 16 . Supply limited . . Early Rose Potato . For $ 2 75 the WESTEBN BUBAL for 1809 and ) £ pound Early Rose potato ( true . ) Supply limited . Address COR . SECY FARMERS CLUB , 603 Goodhue , Goodhue Co . Minn .

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Condition of the Crops for August and September . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

Condition of the Crops for August and September . From advance sheets of the Report of the Department of Agriculture for August arid September , which have been kindly furnished us by Commissioner CAPBON , we make the following extracts , as to the crops : Wheat . —The correspondence of August and September has been very voluminous and indefinite concerning wheat , furnishing numerous and contradictory elements in a calculation of quantity . Statements of disappointed expectations in threshing are sufficiently abundant in the South , in Wisconsin and other parts of the West , to furnish themes for agricultural croakers ; a little rust here and there , the chinch bug , and other causes of failure are found ; the grasshopper at certain points in the distant West has been a burden to wheat-growers . On the other hand , cases are mentioned of a three-fold acreage with half an average yield , giving a fifty per cent , aggregate in crease notwithstanding the loss ; numerous returns declar...

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PARAGRAPHS OF ALL S 0 ETS , [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

PARAGRAPHS OF ALL S 0 ETS , iy A child was born in Chicago , recently , without eyes . ... . . . , \ US The Cincinnati Gymnasium Assoclahas over 1 , 000 members . . BS There are twelve hundred and sixtyfour registered barrooms in St . Louis . ; > J ^* Europe owns $ 983 , 400 , 000 worth of American railroad , State and Government bonds . { 9 ? The four months strike of the ironworkers In the Troy works cost the strikers 1386 , 000 in wages . US ? Restaurant keepers in Paris have established the uniform price of oysters at one franc ten centimes a dozen . OT Flouring mills in Minneapolis and St . Anthony will turn out 180 , 000 barrels of flour for the next two months . £ S ~ Samuel Reed , of Evanston , 111 ., has raised , this season , from a single seed , nine squashes , aggregating 895 pounds . Eg 1 A . C . Larcomb , of Portage , O ., has killed , from less than half ah acre of pota toes , four bushels of potato bugs , by actual measurement . BS * It Is proposed to ask ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS . A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF . : ¦ Dutch Flowering Bulbs , For sale by , D . M . FERRY ds CO ., Seedsmen , 594 189 Woodward Ave ., Detroit , Mich .

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