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

New Seedling Strawberry , The MlchlgM . The result of 15 years ejrperimenting I No garden should be without Itl While it will amply repay the best of cultivation , being the offspring , through long continued ( ireful selectionand crossing , of our native strawberries , it will give good crops under a system of neylect that would ruin the Wilson , and all foreign , or / known sorts . Average product 4 quart * to 3 hlls . Hills held un til July 4 th , yielded 3 quarts to 2 hills sound berries I See testimonials , and advertisement in this paper of Sept . 6 th . Sent 1 by mail ( 3 00 per dozen . Address B . HATHAWAY , ¦ I Decatur , Mich . F . 6 . It is a significant fact that the first order for my new strawberry was from an experienced grower that had it on trial . He writes me that he had been offered $ 3 00 for one bill , the product of a single ranker attached to a single plant I sent him last Fall ; and that its area of foliage could not now he covered with a bushel basket . ¦ 69...

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

J & l 117 A T ^ iOlI .. -Agents wanted < Svery- « JP J . . »? X * . J . \_ ytX * where for tbe wonderful one Dollar PockoL Timekeeper . Handsome case , Glass . crystal , Steel mill German-silver works . With enameled dial , ordinary watch size . Warranted to denote correct time ami keep In good order 5 years . Agents are making S . OU . OO per month selling this wonderful invention . Sand $ l . on for Timekeeper or write for . terms . . 0 . R . STANFORD & CO ., 001 . 15 REYNOLD S HLOOK , Chicago , III .

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

AGENTS WANTED . LADIES AND GENTLEMEN send 40 cents for sample of the LADIES 6 KM , a combination of Scissors Sharpener , Ripper , Nail Cleaner , and But-ton-Hole Cutler . It is tne neatest little invention ever invented , being so small that it can be carried in the portmonnaie or vest pocket . Address , with stamp , ¦ H . A . HIGLEY & CO ., . 692 : ; 27 and 28 Reynold s Block , Chicago , IU ,

Publication Title: Western Rural
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

THE . LADIES ; PET WASHER Washes and BoUs at one operation , without rubbing , and in less time and with less labor than boiling after tbey are washed in the old way . - It washes Flannels without : shrinking . and colored goods as weU as white . Office , Boom 14 , No . 156 South Clark Street . , I . S . RICHARDSON . C 502 Chicago . Ill .

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

FARMS INJLLINOIS . ^ THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD COM- I lANY have for sale , In tracts of 40 acres and f upward , . .. i 750 , 000 ACRES I OF CHOICE FARMING AND FRUIT . LAKDS , all lying adjacent to their road . For grain-growinir , . stock-raising , and every purpose of profitable agriculture , these lands possess every requisite of soil and climate . THE FRUIT REGION of Southern Illinois is noted for its wonderful fertility In the production ot all kinds of fruits . During the season of 1867 the Special Fruit Express Train brought over 600 , 000 boxes of peaches and 30 , 000 bushels of strawberries to Chicago alone , furnishing the first fruits of tbe season to all the Northern markets , and obtaining for the produce highly remunerative prices . How to Reach these lands ! The lands of the Company may be reached by tho railway lines crossing Its road at Odin , Sandoval , Mattoon , Pana , Toulon , Decatur , or elsewhereK ? All Station Agents are furnished with plans , showing the ...

Publication Title: Western Rural
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

THE ORIGINAL ONE DOLZ . AR BROKER STORE , ESTABLISHED IS 1863 . —Our Stock , consisting of every variety ot DRY and FANCY GOODS , BOOTS and SHOES , SILVER-PLAT-ED WARE / GLASS WARE , WOOLENandHEMP OARPETINGS , STRAW MATTINGS , and PHOTOGRAPH ALAUMS . is of our importation , or purchased directly from the manufacturers , in large quantities . K 7 We were the first to commence the sale of goods on the popular plan of ONE DOLLAR , far EACH ARTICLE . Our sales , for the last twelve months have been about one million dallara . B 3 Oar business hat been decided by the Court * of this State , and by tbe United States Authorities , not to be a Lottery , or aGUt Enterprise , but a regular legitimate business . Terms of sale for Club of S 9 , a selection of one of tbe following articles : —20 yds . Brown or Bleached Sheetings , superior quality . Poplin or Al * £ aca Dress pattern . Wool Square Shawl . 2 X yards loeskln . An 8 day Clock , Seth Thomas make . 1 pr . gent s Calf Boots . White Ma...

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

CHOICE SEED POTATO . . ON RECEIPT of $ 5 the subscriber will deliver at the R . R . depot at Davenport one barrel of Early Goodrich or Harison Potatoes , and each barrel will contain one pound of Early Rose Potatoes as Premium . I will also sendjtho Early Rose Potatoes by mail , postage prepaid , for . fl per lb . or four lbs . for $ S . My , bced potatoes ycre procured-from tbe original stock , and are warranted pure and true t o name or money refunded . Farmers , if you would escape the ravages of the potato bugs you should plant the very earliest kinds , audi you should order them this Fall as danger from frok will prevent you ftom getting them in the Spring Sufficiently early for early planting . ¦ - . jJ .-rW . ENAPP , . f ., Davenport , Iowa . P . S . Please say where yob saw advertisement . C 602

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

Farmers Steam Boilers , Non-Ex-plosire * THE SUBSCRIBER takes pleasure in announcing to the public that after a test of several years , his new Farmer s Boiler has proved itself no longer an-experiment , over 800 having been manufactured and sold , and are now used for nearly • ... One Hundred Different Purposes . ( See Circular . ) Thin uew combined apparatus has received the highest rewards at every State Fair where exhibited , the last being a gold medal at Louisiana State Fair held at New Orleans in 1867 . By the use of this Boiler several vessels en be heated at a time , or cooking done at some little distance by extending pipes . It is peculiarly adapted to cooking in quantities for stock , as well as many other purposes where a low pressure of steam or an open boiler , small still ,, retort , * e ! , are required . It is safe , cheap , simple , and the only combined apparatus in market . B 3 * Send stamp to pay postage on my new Illustrated Eight Page Circular , giving detail...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

; jScaics . ¦ VunflsuauBHai uW ^ L ^ T * *• NORTHWESTERN WAREHOUSE , 199 and 201 Randolph St ., Chicago . J . T . WHIPPLE , ABENT . SEND FOR CIRCULAR IN E . oA . JB ^ KEMt . If CO > S Great One Dollar Sale OF DRY AND FANCY GOODS ice ., ice ., ¦ where they present as commission to any person sending them a clubWeb of Sheeting , Silk Dress Pattern , Carpeting , Sewing Machine , & c , dsc . FBEE OP COST . ^ Ten descriptive checks of articles sold for One Dollar each , sent for 81 ; 20 for ( 2 , etc . COMMISSIONS NOT EXCEEDED BY ANY OTHER CONCERN . CIRCULARS SENT FREE . Address , E . A . BAKER & CO .. 578 47 Hanover St .. Baatnn . AOBICUI / riTBAL PROGRESS . THE AGBICDLTDR 1 L MONTHLY OF THE NORTHWEST , The Northern Farmer .. Established 180 % . DEVOTED to Agriculture , Horticulture , and everything pertaining to the Farm , Garden and Household . One Dollar per year . Sample Copies FREE . Address FRED . D . CARSON , C 626 Publisher and Proprietor , Fon...

Publication Title: Western Rural
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Vkt MttMt [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

Vkt MttMt Women at Hen s Work-Another ViewI noticed ip the WESTERN BUBAL , an ar- > tide on this subject from the Advance , and I wis a to give your readers another and what seems to me a better and more unprejudiced . view of It . The writer , dls pleased with the spectacle of a woman splitting the wood which her au band sawed , went on his way , musing upon t J -. inoral ot the principle which Anna Dickinson advocates , and we have the result of his musings In his sombre-colored picture of women In the old country , ( bad enongh we know , ) and his caution to intelligent , welldressed and comfortably situated ladies , against driving some of their sex Into the road and field to be browned and hardened like men , by advocating the equality of the sexes . From what does the necessity arise that women should plow , hoe , tow boats , etc ? Nature has ordained that they should eat and be clothed as necessarily as men , while man has ordained that tbey are inferior to the mas...

Publication Title: Western Rural
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
( MumtV Comer [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

( MumtV Comer Line Book of Memory . BY T . 8 . ABTHTJB . H-u-s-h 1 said Mrs . Florlan , In a low whisper . Baby s asleep . - And the children came tiptoeing to the cradle to look at their sleeping beauty , as little Amy called him . How still they were , parti j ^ holdlng their breaths as tbey leaned close to babybrother I Then the downy blanket was drawn over Mm , the room darkened , and Amy and An nle went noiselessly out with their mother , leaving . baoy alone in the silent chamber . . Baby isnt alrald to stay there all by himself , said Annie . He s asleep , spoke up Amy , and doesnt know that he s alone . Im not afraid when I m asleep . ..- Are you safer when you re asleep than when you re awake J asked the mother . Amy s face grew thouahtful . Dont the angels come nearer to us when we re asleep ? You told us so once . „ i I think it must be so , answered the mother . Why , mamma ? I thought they loved us , and were always trying to get very near that they might do us good . S...

Publication Title: Western Rural
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' , THE FUZZLEB . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

, THE FUZZLEB . Mlieellaneoiu Enigma * . — I am composed of 48 letters . My 40 , 12 , 84 , 19 , 27 , 2 , Is a garden plant . My 14 , 48 , 3 , 36 , is a wild animal . My 38 , 23 , 41 , 18 , 26 , 9 , is kind of shell-fish . My 1 , 17 , 48 , 21 , 10 , is what all children like . , My 15 , 42 , 13 , 22 , 38 , 25 , is a farming implement . My 4 , 32 , 34 , 41 , 86 , 6 , Is a trait . My 28 , 8 , 44 | 16 , 33 , is a venomous serpent . • My 46 , 37 , 7 , 24 , 47 , is a command . My 5 , 20 , 43 , 39 , is a woman s name . My 31 , 17 , 29 , 30 , is a long staff or rod . My 11 , 32 , 45 , 40 , is reality . My whole is an old adage with farmers . BUT . I am composed of 14 letters . My 2 , 6 , 4 , ff , 14 , is a good sbeller . My 1 , 6 , 13 , is a hoy s nickname . My 7 , 3 , 6 , is a domestic animal . My 10 , 5 , 5 , 11 , are used forfood . My 12 , 2 . 14 , is an article . My 13 , 9 , is a pronoun . My whole is something we should all remember . W . W . Word Pnzzle . — My first li in East , hut n...

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THE APIARY . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

THE APIARY . Bee-Keepers Meetings . The bee-keepers of Gatinais , Beauce , and the neighboring villages and districts , in France , meet annually on the 22 d of July , at Janville , to consult about tbeir bees , apiaries , tbe construction of hives , changes and improvement in the management oi bees , new inventions , processes and manip illations in bee-culture ; and to ascertain the amount of honey and wax produced , so that prices may be reculated according ly . These annual meetings are thus of great practical , scientific , and pecuniary importance to the bee keepers who particl patiug In them . . m • » Swarming . I believe It Is the generally received opinion that a bive must have a queen cell started with larvatherein , pre . vluus loswarmlng ; and that a prime swarm will not come out until one ceas is sealed . ( See Quinby , and others ) . I have lately had hives swam when an after examination revea l ed Hie fact that there were but the rudlmens of cells , such as are found ...

Publication Title: Western Rural
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE POULTRY YARD [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

THE POULTRY YARD Diseases of Poultry . At a late meeting of the American Poultry Society , held in New York city , an essay was read by S . M . Saunders , the well-known poultry fancier , on the character of the . diseases most conspicuously developed in the poultry yard , and their manner of treatment , which were dwelt upon at length . The most important features in the address we condense as follows : ¦¦¦ ,- ¦ The diseases of pmltry , being taken in time , may not result in a serious malady , too often resulting in death ; but procrastination is generally as fatal in poultry keep ing as in anything else . Tbe ailments of fowls may generally be traced to a variable temperature , to irregular , injudicious feeding , or to their being kept , on ground that has become impure with their use of it . Judicious feeding , . perfect * cleanliness , and occasional removal to new ground , will , to a great extent , keep fowls healthy . The following are the principal diseases among them : Ap...

Publication Title: Western Rural
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS . ADVERTISING RATES . Chlcaaro ( ar Western ) Edition « mly—20 cents per line each insertion . Detroit ( or Michigan ) Edition only—15 cents pur line each insertion . Both Editions , or entire circulation—80 cents per Hue each insertion . A reasonable discount on continued advertisements or large space . The space of ten lines of this type is a square . Unless alrected otherwise , it is expected that advertisements are to bo inserted in both editions . Nothing inserted tor less than « i 00 . - •

Publication Title: Western Rural
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

Cheap Enough ! C HOICE PLANTS , of all the best kinds of Strawberries , Raspberries , Blackberries , Currants , Gooseberries and Grapes , for sale by the hundred or thousand . Send for catalogue and enclose a list of what you want , and I will fix prices so low as to astonish you . Fall is the best time to plant .. O . W . RICHMOND , 589 NapervHIn . 111 .

Publication Title: Western Rural
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

AGENTS WAHTED-For MATTHKW HALE SMITH S New Book , « SUNSHINE AND . 8 HADOW IN NEW YORK . If you wish to knowhow Fortunes are made and lost In a day ; Hew Countrymen are swindled by Sharpers ;• How Gambling Houses and Lotteries are Conducted , and everything of interest relating to Prominent Men and important places of Now York , read SUNSHINE AND SHADOW IN NEW YORK . A large Oetavo Volume over 7 U 0 pages , finely Illustrated . We want Agents , Male or Female , in every City or Town to Canvass for it . Everybody wants to know all about New York . No Book ever Ph Hahcd tbat sells so rapidly . We cmulov : > > ( UJIM : Agents and offer tho largest commits --. s- ; n I fi our 32-page Circular . Full particulars an .-l t . a ; ii . i lo Agents sent free on application . Ci 7 . i J . B . BURR & CO ., Publishers , Harliur . i , Ut .

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

The Early Rose Potato . THE EARLIEST AND THE BEST . THE ORIGINAL STOCK . GEO . W . BEST , OF UTIOA , N . T ., THE INTROD 0 OER ot this Celebrated Potato , has opened a braneh office at No . 164 SOUTH OLISX STRICT , CHICAGO , III ., in charge of Ms . Joan BSST , where the Western Farmers may purchase Early Rose at the same prices at which they are sold in Utica , thereby saving the express charges between Chicago and the latter place . We are happy to announce that this popular variety has In every respect proved a decided success , and though but a short time has elapsed since its introduction , it already ranks as ( As eery but Early Potato known to Cultivators . ¦ ¦ - , ¦ The good qualities which recommend it are : . lit , It is from 10 days to two weeks earlier than any other potato ; 2 nd . It it of larger average tits Man any other potato . Sd . It is in table quality and delicacy without - an equal . 4 th . It it in productiveness , Ihr . most astonishing variety ever offered ...

Publication Title: Western Rural
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 3 October 1868

OUR WESTERN BOMB JOURNAL . THE CHICAGOAN , The Literary and Faadly Weekly . s THE CHOICEST STORIES , > ( * , ORIGINAL AND SELECTED . ) Numerous Special Features . THE CHICAGOAN was established April 18 , 1868 , to supply the Orreat * West with a First-class Literary and Family Weekly .. The certainty of Its permanence . has already been . demonstrated in its satisfactory reception by the Public . The Publisher win spare no effort in securing for it as marked a degree of success as , he has met in the publication of TBI WSSTIKT RtraiL , the Farm and Family Weekly . AH ACROSTIC [ To Tat CHUUOOIK 6 y our Friends of the Press . ] THE CHICAGOAN , Is issued under brilliant auspices . —Chicago Journal . Has a freshness and vitality not often met with . —Commercial Advertiser . Every young man in the West should read it . —Chicago Post . , , Certainly a credit to Chicago—is meeting great success . -Chicago Tribune . Handso . ue and welt printed—a good list of contributors . — Cle...

Publication Title: Western Rural
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