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Our Young Folks' Corner [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
Our Young Folks Corner TOMMY AND JOHNNIE , By Lilla Dale . il , Tommy Ill Try : i , Is as lovely a boy * . As any that ever I saw , He s full of delight , . From morning till night , And to do good is ever his law . » Utah . . ** . . * . i • In a way brave and true , | j Ill try , he will laughingly say , I , And to tell , I dont need , That hell always succeed j As he could in no other way . i ; I also know a lad , And its really too bad , And Johnnie I Cant is his name , : j You cant get him to work , 1 : For he always will shirk , f | And his answer is ever the same .. Fl ¦ I cant , he will say , ] . Many times every day , j Over even the tiniest chore , ; j When any small boy , -J , That is willing to try , j Can easily do it and more . ii , Ill Try , brave and true , S , Oh ! how much he can do . jj I Cant can do nothing you see ; I Now , the brave little Tom , f r ; j Or the cowardly John—1 : i : . My dear boy , which one would you be ? _________ , TWO OLD BATS A STORY of two ...
Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
®®®®®@®®^ ffi- ^ Sfr ^ i ¦¦ imuMnm .-mijffilJL ^ m # « f Biffii Chicago * 1 ; | Bf e 2 Past and Present § ilErai tncc i c ^ ® IraAnSl ^ SII ¦ Commencing January , 96 , a complete history of thephe- ® 5 ) IIA M-CTPWHI I f \* nominal growth and marvelous achievements of the ® , ® lE _ -M-fi __ -----Ell I \ A , ^_*» , most wonderful city in the . world , tracing the unprece- ® ® IH- _ SK ^ M-H 4 * rt % - % . ~ % ^ dented career of its most famous citizens , profusely illus- ® © IHfl ^ Bllfil fe ( fa If 1 ^ 1 . trated with the best half-tone work and pen-etchings . ® ® HESHHOU / •/ Every reader of American history will need it . Com- ® ® IB ^^ - __ - _ -BHI plete in the 12 numbers , with contributed articles upon ® i | S 0 BflH 39 l living themes , by able writers , in every issue . Non- ® rp T ^ EaliMESM-HMlLll IU . um ~ wX * P artisan , unsectarian , up-to-date . ® FfflSBfombirSn ^ SIX ^^^ LTri Departments— Special articles , Sociological , Histori- ® /_ l l ^ rwh . M ^ Ky KV , ^ , ^ ...
Our Story Teller [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
Our Story Teller v A HUNDRED YEARS . ByvMae Myrtle Cook . A hundred years—and who will care That I one time had lived and died ; Whether I laughed or fruitless sighed ; Whether my songs have filled the air , Or whether wept I ln despair ? The world and Time are very wide ^ - What matter , if one atom tried ^ To rise from earth and soar in air ! XWhat care to them I groped in dark And madly sought for light above ; Or if my heart had turned to stone ; Or . If , o ershooting Life s calm mark My poor weak heart had broke for loye ? The years will never heed my moan ! THE CRUISE OF THE HAPPY THpUGHT . By Edgar L . Wake-man . j _ ¦ : . . ( jCondvAded . ) ( Copyright ; All ; rights reserved . ) The vast caravansaries , the splendid architecture , the dazzling shops , the bewildering casinos , the . great show-drives with their dogcarts , cut-uhders , barouches , phaetons , chaises , tally-ho coaches and their silver and gold trimmings and crests , the gorgeous yachts and launches , the am...
Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
conditions In some conditions the gain from the use of Scott s Emulsion of cod-liver oil is rapid . For this reason we put up a 5 oc . size , which is enough for an ordinary cough or cold or useful as atrial for babies and children . In other conditions gain must be slow , sometimes almost imperceptible , health can t be built up in a day . For this Scott s Emtilsion * must be taken as nourishment , food rather than medicine , food prepared for tired and weak digestions . SCOTT &amp; B OWNE , Oi .-nnsts , New York , soc . and $ i . oo Please mention the Western Rural . Hifi The Rocker Washer ^ ^¦ ¦ 1 b jgwnnted to wash IOO PIECES IN ^ HMD ONE HOUR * as clean as can be washed JKSur \ (*&gt;&gt; tbe washboard . Writs for prices and desciip * \ iT --- « ril Inducements to live v - * ** FtAft * jnt , l &amp; B » Wisconsin Farmers Institute Bulletin No . 9 is now ready for distribution . Fifty thousand copies issued . A 320-page hand book of agriculture . ...
Living Pictures in Broad Daylight - ^^¦^ ^¦¦^¦¦¦^ fc- [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
Living Pictures in Broad Daylight - ^^¦^ ^¦¦^¦¦¦^ fc- One Real Living Picture Meets Another What She Took Por a Spirit Was Her Friend Ghosts dont walk In broad daylight , and yet when a woman finds herself suddenly confronted by the friend she has mounrned as dead she Is apt to experience a creepy sensation that isnt down ln the dictionary . In a case like this this no amount of presence of mind or self-possession can ward off the mingled feeling of astonishment , fear , joy and curiosity that will render a woman temporarily tongue-tied . It is only after again seeing the cherished smile of greeting , after again feeling TWO LIVING PICTURES MEET , that there is throbbing life beneath the dainty glove , and after again hearing her own name spoken In the ever familiar voice , that this strange sensation vanishes . THB STRANGE MEETING . The meeting of the two women whose pictures are here given , shows that everyday life furnishes experiences as thrilling as those that come to us only ...
Alleged Tun [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
Alleged Tun — Oh , what is warmer than a woman s love ? asked a young poet . Her temper , growled an old Benedict . —Florida TimesUnion . —She—Your face seems strangely familiar to me . Where have we met before ? He—Perhaps you will remember if you will look at that ring on your finger . — Town Topics . —First Cabman — How do you find things ? • Second Cabman—Slow ! Just think ! I bought that horse yesterday and he hasn t paid for himself yet!—Judge . —Little Harry came breathlessly into the house one day with Oh , mamma , theres a man with a dead pig that sings . Come quick 1 His mother looked from . the front window and saw a Scottish bag-piper . — Dr . Smith , the author of America , who died last week , says the New York Journal , could speak fifteen languages . America itself , it may be remembered , speaks about fifty , and the most important in them all is dollar . —Great poet—I am ruined . V * - * His wife—Oh , gracious ! Whagsthe trouble now ? f , | f Great poet—I sent a po...
Page 27 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
Laugn ana u . a \ morid Lauyns with You . Drummers Yarns . Containing all the latest • ¦ • good things picked up here and ihere by our COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS . / .: If any one can give you the latest , it is the * drummer . Coursing the country over , and pos-. sessing a prodigious personal acquaintance amongst - railroad conductors , hotel clerks , and ° alesmen , riot ; to speak of his own brotherhood , he has special opportunities for the collection of rare anecdotes .. This collection of Humor is by one of the Funniest Drummers on the road , and , he has requested us nOt to publish his name , for various reasons . Imagine all the laughable stories told on the Road , to pass away the time , collected together 1 and published in a large , handsome volume , illustrated with most funny engravings , and , you will . have a fair idea of the book . This book contains 112 pages . Humorous lithograph cover . Size 7 X 10 inches . Price 25 cts ., post-paid * The Western Rural , Chicago , II ...
WEEKLY MARKET KE IEW [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
WEEKLY MARKET KE \ IEW XX Xj y ] ; GRAIN MARKET . Chicago , Jan . 13 , 1896 . —Wheat for the day closed ata decline of % c , corn lost % @ % c for May delivery . The first transactions in May were generally made at 59 % c , against 59 % c at the close of the session on Saturday , but a few trades were effected at the same time at 59 % c and one or two at 59 % c . In an hour from the opening it had risen to 59 % @ 59 % Ci A wieak feeling succeeded the first advance arid was kept up in the afternoon by reports from Minneapolis of increasing farmers deliveries and easier prices for cash wheat . St . Louis likewise reported weakness in cash wheat . The local bears had full control hear the ; end and a decline to 58 % @ 59 c was the result . The latest trading was at 59 c , a decline of % c for the . day . The receipts of corn were 629 cars and shipments 104 , 000 bushels . May cornv which closed Saturday at 28 % @ 28 % c , opened at 28 % c and sold immediately at 28 % c . It then recove...
Page 29 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
nilin ° AXT ] L 1 B * K 06 S ANI &gt; SHEBP SHP ^ BUNKER &amp; COCHRAN LIVE STOCK COMMISSION , Union Stock Yturds - - - - CHICAGO [ Established X 8 T 1 . ] . 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 naror a hundred cars . Proceeds remitted immediately . If you have stock . to ship , write , us description for best advice on the market , free . . REKERENOW : National Live Stock Bank , Chicago . If Jon Are Going to Virginia ^ gmBWWtWF Prospflsttag or to settle , re-i Ik ^^ ffiffl ^ u ^ T A member t ii * t The Big Fouii B ^ lBP ^ SK ^ i Route , from Chicago and alii mmmmwBnw A llflHGfl points North and Northwest , mWmW &amp; r A VpnSBm makes direct connection af ^ BMr m * ¦ yEi Cincinnati with theChesapeafet H ^ M ^ Wf _\ &amp; Ohio Bailway to aU points , ¦ S | R | HLHH &lt; sl Service and equipment un- _ Gr * iEmm 3 _* m _ equaled . For ci...
Agricultural Patents [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
Agricultural Patents ISSUED DECEMBER 17 , 1895 . 551 , 745—Brunk , Charles H ., Harrisonburg , burg , Va ., Gate . 551 , 580—Coulsonfi WilHam A .,, and &gt; Mr Reus , Escatawpa , Miss . Fruit-gatherer . l 551 , 435—Downing , Arthur , Shell Rock , Iowa . Corn-harrow . 651 , 583—Ellis , George R ., and W . Helfenberger , Indianapolis , Ind . Metallic fence-post . 551 , 668—Evenden , Robert E ., Heaton , Victoria . . . Centrifugal churn : 551 , 542—Good , Peter E ., Etna Green , Ind . Thrashing-machine . 551 , 727—Hall , Charles H „ Glidden , Wis . Cornharvester . 551 , 492—Landis , Frank F ., Waynesboropgh 551 , 492—Landis , Frank F ., Waynesborough , Pa . Centrifugal grain-separator . N 551 , 493—Landis , Frank F ., Waynesborough , Pa . Sterling-gear for traction engines . 551 , 494—Landis , Frank F ., Waynesborough , Pa . Centrifugal grain-separator . 551 , 495—Landis , Frank F „ Waynesborough , Pa . Centrifugal grain-separator . 551 , 496—Landis , Frank F ., Waynesborough ,...
THE WRONG HOUSE , [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 16 January 1896
THE WRONG HOUSE , It -was late onenight last week when a Chicago rnan ; ranhurriedly up the steps of a I ) earb 6 rn avenue residence * to take his old churn Smith tiiit to a Bohe _ riiari : musicale To thegirl- who ariswered his riri &amp; lie miir-i-iui £ d somfetijirig about being ! iri a hurry , and , pushing past her , sprang lightly up the stairs . It was a boarding-house , arid the girl , being a new-comer , did not object to his unceremonious intrusion , thinking , as she afterward said , he was one of the regular guests of the house . Reaching the first landing he rudely banged open the door to the front room , and dropping irito a chair called out : * Get your clothes on lively now , were late . ^* , / : v , . ¦ ¦ ..: * 7 ; v ; - * &lt; - , This-was answered by a loud scream froin a wotriari , and in the ditmlight ( the ; ^ being turned low ) he saw a white-rohed lorm rise from a chair near the window and make a rush to get out / of the room ;; The man was ...