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X ^ BLEGRAM THE QUEEN . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
X ^ BLEGRAM THE QUEEN . S OME definite and tangible remits i _ . hould com from the great mass meeting m Chicago cm behalf of outraged Armenia . Salisburywas ignored and a caiblegram sent directly to Queeii Vicrtom ^^^^ ^ ^ ^ v ^^ ^^^ / It is said that Gladstone bows hais v ^ with shame whenever tiie iihdi ^ ked atro # ^;^^^ ^ ^ ^ the Turk are mentioned . Even Lord feBeb ^ , the predecessor of Salisbury ass A premier , expresses -deep chagrin ; The great ; body of -tiie ; ^ g lish peiO £ le are in keen sympathy with the suffering Armenian ! Christia- ^ The c ^ the Czar—was as follows : We have been lobidnig with horror a £ thedeliberate attempt to exterminate a peaceful and historic people , the Armenians . The policy aind traditions Of Qur people are again ^ o ^ interfe ^ We , citizens . of Chicago , it ^ mass meeting assembled , as fellow / Christians with a com stop this omtinue ^ slaughter ,- If circumstances which yc 4 ir government cannot tontrol render this imposa- pa ^ tiiis...
HONEST MEASURES . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
HONEST MEASURES . IN commenting upon -the probable refusal of the Senate to pass the bond bill , and thus add unnecessarily to the indebtedness of the nation , the Chicago Tribune says : The situation is a pitiable one , but not without hope , though . it is not to be expected that the free silver maniacs will desist from their opposition to honest measures when they find there is no chance of their doing more than block the wheels of legislation . They may be compared to the forty fellows who pledged themselves by solemn oath not to eat or drink till they had killed the _\ postle Paul , but did not succeed .. This may be taken as a sample of the fairness of the goldbiig organs . The honest measures , which so-called silver maniacs refuse to pass , all . measures looking to the refunding pf the greenbacks into . bonds for the benefit of the Tribune s long-felt suffering bond holders , would saddle some fifteen million dollars more interest upon an already interest-burdened people . ...
Daily Doings [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
Daily Doings TUESDAY , JANUARY 7——Senator Davis introduced a joint resolution to revive the grade of lieutenant-general in the army in the interst of Gen . Miles . —The Cuban insurgents burned and destroyed property -within eight miles of Havana and within two miles of Vento , upon which Havana depends for her water supply . . • . * : • - . . —Senator Hansbrough introduced a joint resolution directing the Secretary of Agriculture to resume the purchase and distribution of seeds in accordance with the appropriation made , for that purpose at the last session of Congress . WEDNESDAY , JANUARY 8——News received of the butchery of 1 , 500 people in Gurun , Turkey . —Lloyd Lowndes , the first Republican governor of Maryland since tlie war , was inaugurated .. ( —The municipal authorities of Little Rock , Arkansas , refused Colonellngersoll permission to lecture there on Sunday evening , February 2 . He wished to deliver a non-religious lecture on Shakespeare . —A . meeting of German and D...
I Woman and Her Domain [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
I Woman and Her Domain THE COMING OF NIGHT . By Lizzie Clark Hardy . First the Day retreating westward Lifting high her silver chalice , Spilled the crimson wine of sunset Oyer mountain , plain and forest . , Then a troop of lurking Shadows Came with silent , stealthy footsteps , Skulking down the mountain passes , , Scouting through the lonely valleys ; And the still mysterious Twilight Softly dropped her purple curtain Over all the brooding landscape . Then the Orchestra of Nature With its myriad piping voices , Clear ahd shrill in martial measure , Heralds the approaching presence , And in sombre trailing garments Shot with shafts of silver moonlight Dusky browed and dewy footed With a star upon her forehead Down her way Night walks serenely TRUTHFUL CHILDREN . W HAT a delight to the heart of a parent is the truthful child ! And do ypu know one of the best ways of teaching of teaching truthfulness to our children is by example ? When a child is old entough to ask questions , he i...
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
pwww ? Wt &gt; SMOKE YOUR MEAT WITH 4 aRi W ^ llS ^ » MID EXTRACT ^ MOKH : \ HJLC _ RCU LAR . LKRMI 5 ER &amp; BRO . MlffO __ . m _ ( • VllgU ^ V Usin g the ROCKER WASH * JR , ? 1 SPP ^ W ^ warranted to wash a family ? 1 I ^ S ^ L ^ Vv washing of 100 PIECES INi * V TST ONE HOUR , write for prices to Iigeneral and live local agents . Address 1 1 ^ ^ ^ ^ B ^ CKERJ ^ HER ^ CO . Ft . Wayne Ind . f Wife . Mother . Sister . Does your husband , son or brother smoke or chew tobacco ? Do you wish them forever cured of the filthy habit without their knowing how it was done ? If so I guarantee you a positive antidote at-little cost . Write Backus Cook . M D ., originator and discoverer of this cure , room 32 , 209 State St ., Chicago , and get the facts and proofs thereof . Over 1 , 000 cured last year . Please mention the Western Rural . • Northwestern University EVANSTON AND CHICAGO , KL . L . The University has a College-of Liberal Ana , 4 . School of Medicine , School of La...
. CARE OF EARTHENWARE [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
. CARE OF EARTHENWARE A SUGGESTION which will materially lessen the amount of breakage of articles in daily use will be helpful to the economical housewife . If the yellow bowls , crockery , baking dishes , teapots , etc ., are placed in cold water , which is heated until it boils , then taken off the fire and allowed to cool gradually , their power to resist heat will be very greatly increased and the bill for replacing broken cooking utensils correspondingly diminished . The dishes of ironstone china in daily use on the table sometimes show unaccountable cracks in the glaze , which , in the course of time ; become brown , especially in the , case of platters or other dishes on which meats or any greasy kinds of foods are served . This cracking df the glaze is commonly due to exposure to too much heat ; for instance , in warming the plates , setting dishes in the oven . to keep their contents hot , or even plunging them into water that is near the boiling point to wash them . - A ....
TO EVERY LADY [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
TO EVERY LADY WE will give every one of our lady friends x a chance to make themselves or a friend a handsome present . Send lis three new yearly subscribers , with three dollars , and we will mail you , postpaid , an elegant two-blade , pearl-handle pen knife ; for two new subscribers , a beautiful quadruple m sil-ver-plated napkin-ring of unique design ; for one new subscriber , a book in Russia , red edges , entitled : Correct / Manners or How to Behave in Society . You cannot fail to secure one of these three premiums . You can offer as an inducement to each subscriber paying io cents extra , that is $ 1 . 10 , one of three books , namely ; Money vs . Products , or New Hygiene , or Modern Poultry . Any lady would be delighted to have the pen-knife or the napkin-ring , and thie Correct Manners should be in every household ;
CORNMEAL AND SHORTS / [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
CORNMEAL AND SHORTS / Hn HE exclusive * use of fine } bolted wheat 1 flour is detrimental to h * e ^^ chief cause of constipatiohi which is the / beginning of many evils . ¦ _ While cornmeal is cheap its dietetic value can scarcely be overestimated : During tlie winter months it should be givena prominent place on the farmer s bill of fare . ^ As it is a heating food it may not be so desirar ble for those of sedentary habits . My farmer boys consider a winter breakfast incomplete without warm corn bread , muffins , pancakes , or cornmeal in some form . Cornmeal alone is too coarse and harsh for bread . It may be softened with flour , or better still , with shorts . Equal parts cornmeal and shorts is the right proportion . In order to prepare breakfast quickly these cold mornings , I get everything ready Ae night before for my corn bread , muffins , or pone . The meal and shorts are measured and thoroughly mixed together . The sour milk is measured into the stirring pan and a piece o...
CHILD'S COSTUME [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
CHILDS COSTUME This little / gown is desigried . fpr the two , three or four year old child andmay / be developed in any cotton or wool fabrics that are suitablefbr-the : &lt; . usual ; gowriworn by a little maid . : The waist has the blouse effect and over it comes the little Eton jacket fronts , that are sewed in with the shoulder and under arm seams . The skirt , if . made of lawn , may have two rows of insertion set in above the hem , arid . by selecting an insertion having an open-work pattern designed so that ribbon may be run through it , this little extra ribbon decoration will be an ornate decoration . The lacei . edge trims the Eton jacket as well a ^ the petal-shaped cap over -die sleeves . The sfceyes terminaite at the elbow , and a frill of lace furnishes the trimming . \ No ; 20 , 443 :- —requires for medium size , four and a half yards material , twenty-ftwo indies wide , four yards , thirty-six inches wide , or two yards forty-four inches wide . Lining requir...
A DELICIOUS / WINTER DISH [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
A DELICIOUS / WINTER DISH S OMETIMES soriiething is &gt; desired which is a little more elaborate than the ordinary every-day bill of fare affords ^ and if the family are fond of oysters , a treat they will relish is stuffed oysters . For two dozen large oysters make a forcemeat with the following ingredients : The breast of an uncooked fowl ,: chopped , pounded and then rubbed through a sieve ; one-fourth of a cupful of cream or milk , oneeighth of a cupful of © tale bread crumbs free of crust , the white of one egg , one tablespoonful &lt; of salt , a tiny bit of white pepper and a slight grating of nutmeg . Put the bread and cream in a small saucepan and cook until a smooth paste is formed ( it will take two minutes on the back of the range , where it should be put and where it will hardly bubble ) . Take this paste from thie fire and add the seasoning , chicken and the white of the egg well beaten . Mix all well and set away to cool . Dry , the . oysters on a . s...
FOR BREAKFAST [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
FOR BREAKFAST Corn Cakes . —One quart of sifted meal &gt; one teaspoonful each of salt and soda , and butter-milk to make a thin batter . Bake or fry on very hot griddele . Buttermilk Biscuit—Three cupfuls of buttermilk , one of butter , half a teaspoonful of soda , a teaspoonful of salt , and flour enough to make dough just stiff enough to admit of being rolled out into biscuit . Baked Eggs . —Grease well a dish or pan , with butter , break into as many eggs as you wish to cook , sprinkle over a little salt and pepper and place them in the oven a few moments , they are very good if well cooked . Ham Toast—Mix with one tablespoonful of finely-chopped ham , the beaten-up yolk of an egg , and a little cream and pepper , heat over the fire and then spread the mixture either on hot buttered toast , or on slices of bread fried quite crisp in butter ; served very hot . Fried . Breakfast Bacon . —Remove the rind and cut up several slices of baconj scatter in the frying pan arid fry...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
BOOKS . FARM AND GARDEN . Soils and Crops of the Farm ( Morrow &amp; Hunt ) * 1 00 How Crops Grow ( Johnson ) J - J -W Irrigation Farming ( Wilcox ) fOO Indian Corn Culture ( Plumb ) .. ••••••;•?• }« JK Manures ( Sempers ) , paper 50 cents , cloth 1 . 00 Truck Farming at the South ( Oemler ) ... 1 . 50 Farm Gardening and Seed Growing ( Brill ) * 1-00 Gardening for Pleasure ( Henderson ) 2 . 00 Gardening for Profit ( Henderson ) 2 . 00 Sweet Potato Culture ( Fitz ) . 60 Strawberry Culture ( Terry ) 40 FRUITS , FLOWERS , ETC . Bulbs and Tuberoses—Rooted Plants ( Allen ) $ 2 . 00 Field Notes on Apple Culture ( Bailey ) .. . 75 Fruits and Fruit Trees of America ( Downing ) 5 . 00 Greenhouse Construction ( Taft ) 1 . 50 Horticulturists Rule Book ( Bailey ) 1 . 00 Practical Floriculture ( Henderson ) 1 . 50 The Nursery Book ( Bailey ) : 1 . 00 HORSES , CATTLE , SHEEP AND SWINE . A , B , C , in Cheese Making ( Monrad ) , paper bound 50 American Dairying ( Gurler ) ............... 1...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
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