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LITTLE BROWN HANDS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

LITTLE BROWN HANDS . They drive home the cows from the pasture , Up through the long shady lane , Where the quail whistles loud in the wheat fields , That are yellow with the ripening grain . They find in the thick , waving grasses , Where the scarlet-lipped strawberry grows ; They gathered the earliest snowdrops , And the first crimson buds of the rose .. ... . > Those who toil bravely are strongest ; The humble and poor become great ; And from these brown-handed children Shall grow mighty rulers of State . The pen of the author and statesman , The noble and wise of the land , , The sword , and the chisel , and palette , Shall be held in the little brown hand . —Selected .

Publication Title: Western Rural And Livestock Weekly
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BOY ' S SHIRT WAIST . - [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

BOY S SHIRT WAIST . - This stylish and serviceable little shirt waist is made with three box-plaits in the back and has the front fulness arranged in side plaits . The usual stitched box plait forms the center closing . Buttons arid button-holes or studs may be used as preferred . A stitched band , supplied with convenient buttons , which serve to hold up the garments , is sewed onto the shirt at the waist line . A round turn-down collar completes the neck . The sleeves are made in the ordinary shirt style and are finished at the hands by plain cuffs . Stitched laps are placed just above the cuffs , where the sleeve opens , to make tearing impossible . Percale , chambray , gingham , grass linen , cambric , Oxford shirting , or cheviot , are suitable for this design . No . 20584 . —Boys Shirt Waist , requires for medium size , 2 % yards material 27 inches wide , or 1 % yards 30 inches wide , or 1 % yards 36 inches wide . Buttons required , 13 . Cut in five sizes , 6 , 7 , 8 , 9 and 1...

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

TESTED RECIPES . Beef Omelet . —Two pounds of round beef , uncooked , chopped fine ; three eggs beaten together ; five or six crackers rolled fine ; little butter and suet , if you have it , if not , add more butter , pepper , salt and sage , if you wish ; make a loaf , roll in cracker ; bake about an hour ; slice Rice Bread . —Boil one pound of rice in milk enough all the grains , adding it boiling , as it is absorbed . Have four pounds of sifted flour in a pan , pour the rice and milk ( after it s cool enough so as not to cook the flour ) , adding salt and a teacup of yeast . Knead and set to rise till light . Form in loaves , and bake after rising the second time in a moderate oven . Transparent Pudding—Beat eight eggs very well ; put them into a stew pan , with half a pound of sugar pounded fine , the same quantity of butter and some nutmeg grated ; set it on the fire , and keep stirring it till it thickens ; put a rich paste around the edge of the dish ; pour in the pudding whe...

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Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

( EAP Agents p-oflts per month . Will prove It yi |/ or pay forfeit . New articles just out . . ™~™ w A < $ l . 6 i sample and terms free . Try us * CHIDBSTB E & SON , 28 Bond St ., New York . Please mention the Western Rural . . *• . — ¦ - - —¦— . I .. ¦¦¦ ¦ i - \* r ? p ^ r Howard Chainless Bicycle . ^ ^ ffijk fflgk The first man In any town who buys one will be fafea lHw-r 0 ^? d an a E en t s discount and offered an aee * Wm Jim / cy , whereby he gets commissions that wlU »«** £ ? SSOtaatX aiswheeLoratleastreducethecost . Address _ , ¦^ m ^ , HOWABD , m Summer Av „ Newark . JUJ . Please mention the Western Bona . WWSM * SAVE DOCTORSBILLS . V ^ W ffl 0 The P hy slcians of the Hot Springs RfcrtED ¥ w Remedy CJ . have decided to prove * Y % M the merits of their remedies and in- /^ Villi troduce them everywhere by offer - M S § f § f ln K to send J $ jL jLgm One Full rionth s Medicine §&* W §* $ mm ^ by mail , or express for » 5 Cents . ^^^^^^^^^ ...

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Our Young . Folks' Corner [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

Our Young . Folks Corner , HOW BLUB AND GRAY BLEND . * Oh , mother , what do they mean by blue ? And what do they mean by gray ? tl heard from the lips of a little child As she bounded in from her play . The mother s eyes filled up with tears ; She turned to her darling fair , And smoothed away from the sunny brow The treasure of golden hair . • Why , mother s eyes are blue , my sweet , And grandpa s hair is gray . . And the love we bear our darling child • Grows stronger every day . But what did they mean ? persisted the child , For I saw two cripples to-day , And one of them said he had fought for the blue , The other had fought for the gray . € - The one of the blue had lost a leg , Ahd the other had but one arm , And both seemed worn and weary and sad , Yet their greeting was Kind and warm . They told of battles in days gone by , Till they made my awn blood grow chill , The leg was lost in . the Wilderness fight And the arm on Malvern Hill . They sat on the stone by the farmyard...

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Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

* ** K2 S* T<HE KIND THAT PAYS , the kind that BEYMER-BAUMAN Hi . T • . • 11 • 1 Pittsburgh . ^ lasts . In painting , labor is three- . DA ™ s CHAM pXurgh . fourths the cost ; and with Pure White FAHNESTOCK T * , ,-j-,. • ^ 1 1 . „ n ™ , Pittsbur ^ . Lead and 1 inting Colors more work can be ANCHOR J > - ECKSTEIN i CinciMati • done in a given time than with inferior ATLANTIC -I materials . It makes — with Pure Linseed BRADLEY QQ _ the best int and the kind that j BROOKLYN _ , , r . JEWETT f NewYork io be sui ; e of getting ULSTER ) ~ rv m w y - | - ZLJWJrure White . Lead V Chicago . SHIPMAN ) COLLIER - I examine the brand ( see list genuine brands ) . MISSOURI gt ^ Any shade or color desired can be easily OPSONE ™ J tained by using NATIONAL LEAD Co . s brands JOHNT . LEWIS & BR 0 B . 00 of Pure White Lead and Tinting Colors . MORLEY Pamphlet giving valuaole information and card showing samples Cleveland . of colors free ; also cards showing pictures...

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W SOGAR . £ v ?/ Vlc £ MAl $ & [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

W SOGAR . £ v ?/ Vlc £ MAl $ & We are Ten Travelers . There is the Merry Traveler , the Morose Traveler , the Clerical Traveler , the Gipsy Traveler , the Chronic Traveler , the Casual Traveler , the Student Traveler , the Aimless Traveler , the Commercial Traveler , the Vagabond Traveler . How we came to know each other is no matter . We meet at times at my own apartments in a quaint old inn , beside a cavernous fireplace , into which countless now sightless eyes have for centuries peered , and in a pleasant way we re-live our pilgrimings , or recount those romances of others which have touched our hearts and tarried there . In this old room , with its brown rafters , decrepit floor and little , high dormer windows , like the portholes of an old frigate , we seem to become almost one In this kindly companionship . We are so much one that when my guests have departed I sit here by the old fireplace , where friendly voices and presences linger , and set down as best I may...

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Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

IDUffl TJIDHQ for sale on cr ° P payments , 10 per I Unit l HltniO cent cash , balance % crop yearly , until paid for . J . MULHALL , Waukegan , 111 . R . W . OSBORN , REAL ESTATE BROKER , BOSELAND , LOUISIANA . Taxes Paid for Non-Residents . Titles Examined . A General Heal Estate Business Transacted . The Western Trail Is published quarterly by the Chicago , Bock Inland « fe Pacific Railway . It tells how to get a farm in the West , and It will be sent to you gratis for one year . Send name and address to •¦ Editor Western Trail , Chicago , and receive it one year free . JOHN SEBASTIAN , Q . P . A , Chicago . PATENTS . I « . DEANE « fe BOH , Solicitors ot Patents and Counsellors in Patent Cases , McGUl Building * Washington , D . C . ( L . Deane , late Principal Examiner TF . 8 . Pat . Office ) All Patent business promptly attended to at fall rates . Our facilities as good as the best . Befer to Editor of this paper . Wisconsin FarmersInstitute Bulletin No . 9 is now ready for dis...

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

ALLEGED FUN NEGRO BY BREVET . The story is told of a soldier of the army of . the Potomac , who had his own ideas as to his financial value , as well as the method by which that value could be realized . He was a white man and was detailed for service as a teamster in a train which was driven for the most part by negroes . The negroes were hired at the rate of $ 25 per month , but the white soldier receivd no more than his regular pay of $ 16 . He appeared somewhat dissatisfied with this arrangement and made an application to his captain . I should like , said he gravely , to be appointed a negro by brevet and be assigned to duty according to my brevet rank !—Youths Companion . THE SAFEST PLACE . General Lee used to tell a story about a darky that served in the war . It seems during the heat of the battle the general and his attendants were posted on a small knoll watching the course of the action . They described a colored soldier racing toward them , leaping over obstacles in his ...

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Page 26 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

PRPP 64-page Medical Ref- ¦ i K ll ! ¦ erence Book I I ¦ LB Baa for men and women who are ^^ ^^ afflicted with any form of contagious diseases , female troubles , etc . Send two 2- cent stamps to pay postage to the leading Specialists and Physicians in the country . DR . HATHAWAY & CO ., 70 Dearborn St .. Chlcasro . ( 11 . J M That the best lino from Chicago < m // ,. to Cripple Creek , Colo ., and all U % Ht points shown in the jma /> € ^ . ^ PEO WA «^ S >^^^ JI ^>^ ^ ABENVER / iotii & m ^ . - — < 5 ° B . PPLE CREEK / S ^ Q 9 \ . Rfc | i accompanying map Is the V \ AH Chicago & Alton R . R . V JL Write or call to-day , for lowest rates find fullparticulars . R . Somerville , Qteneral Agent Passenger Department , 101 Adams Street ; Marquette Building , Chicago , Illinois . J ? 1 ~

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

HE TURNED . Right face ! Left face ! About face ! The little fat red-faced sergeant bawled out his orders and watched the line of feet as the raw recruits endeavored to follow them < out . To his astonishment , one pair of feet , more noticeable on account of their extra large size , never turned . Without taking his eyes off these feet , the little sergeant bawled but a second order , About face ! He could see that all the feet except those he watched turned in obedience . Rushing up to the owner , a little fellow , he seized him by the shoulder , shouting , Why dont you turn with the rest ? Why , I did , replied the trembling recruit . You did , eh ? Well , I watched your feet , and they never moved . Its the shoes they gave me , sir , said the poor fellow . They re so large that when I turn my feet turns in them . —- Round Table . — This weather is very trying for ev- - erybody , said the physician . Yes , replied Mr . Meekton . I dont see how my wife is going to bear ...

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Page 27 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

No . io - FarmersReading Circle Library - 50 cts 1 * 10116 VVS pf > r ^ -Tti ^ - —PS Zfc f >^ ^ - Q ^»~^ a ^ - ^ Tfrg ^ -zo ^^— * - *^ . fi > : ^ - / ^ ^> : ^ -= * | J > f */\/ | f | /^ 4 ^ — —¦ ¦¦¦— _ ORj—Why Times Are Hard / JW jf \ 1 r m \ Gm yf Y vS ^ O ) Competent judges pronounce this book 4 T p # I I ClT Y fat ?^\ the most clear , concise and convincing : % J V 2 / C 2 / treatise of this phase of the financial . question . Perhaps the best compliment for the book was paid by a well known financial writer . This gentleman , who , for reasons , ^/ ^ i shall be nameless , came to our office a ? £ ?• short time ago to compliment us on the great work our book was accomplishing for bimetallism . Said he : I was busily engaged in writing a reply to Coin s Fin- —*^ , ^ ancial School , being thoroughly convinced ! I 3 # « 4 rv f % < 4 -4 syt & that tne adv ° cates of the free coinage of mr \\ 1 Id 11 L , I ^...

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WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW GRAIN MARKETS . Chicago , Monday , May 25 th . The market for wheat opened strong , considering the small local affair it has become . The market became weak before noon and sold down to the lowest point yet reached on the Itcent decline . The closing prices were : May , tt % c ; June , 59 % e ; July , G 0 % c ; September , 60 % c . With weather of the most favorable character for the planted corn and receipts increasing of the old the market for corn ruled weak . The market for July started at 29 % c and gradually worked down to 28 % c , with 2 S % @ 28 % c the price at the close . A decrease of 1 , 163 , 000 bu in the visible supply as against an increase of . 1 , 411 , 000 bu a year ago had scarcely any influence in checking the decline . Local receipts were 405 cars , and 725 are estimated for to-morrow . Closing prices were : May , 28 c ; July , 28 % c ; September , 30 c . Market for oats was active and a heavy business was transacted . The feeling was weak...

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Page 29 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 28 May 1896

fill 111 CATTtE , HOftS AND 8 HEBP SHr JUICER & C0 GHRAN i LIVE SYOCK COMMISSION , Union Stock Yards .... CHICAGO [ Established 1871 . ] Square treatment and satisfaction guaranteed . We sell every man s stock fairly on its merits and give him as good treatment whether he ships us one oar or a hundred cars . Proceeds remitted Immediately . If you have stock to ship , write us description for best advice on the market , free . REFERENCE : National TA-re Stock Bank , Chioago . Please mention the Western RuraL ¦¦_ ¦ ¦! - « ¦¦¦»» IMk XX M- M- FREEMAN & CO . ; Commission . Mil VH^ JAND STRAW , M *** M \ „ Commerce Bids ., 16 Pacific Ave ., Chicago . ¦ Mm- Ism Ml Correspondence and consignments solicited . Market reports furnished on application . Read our market report on this page . ¦¦¦¦¦¦ it — mm ••* _? ? A M ^^*^ ^*^ sk tsT \ A / e are now tne largest receivers of | H # JgQkJ ^ C % J . / C \ VV wool direct from the GROWERS m kt \ j ^ L 7 ^ m 7 ^ L ^ mYM ^] of a...

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