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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896
What Shall IDo ? Is the earnest , almost agonizing cry of weak , tired , nervous women , and crowded , overworked , struggling men . Slight difficulties , ordinary cares , household work or daily labor , magnify themselves into seemingly impassable mountains . This is simply because the nerves are weak , the bodily organs debilitated , and they do not Take proper nourishment . Feed the nerves , organs and tissues on rich red blood , and - how soon the glow of health comes to the pale cheeks , firmness to the unsteady hand , and strength to the faltering limb . ¦ Hood s Sarsaparilla purifies , vitalizes and , enriches the blood and is thus the best friend to unfortunate humanity . Be sure to get Hood s and only Hood s . All druggists . $ 1 ; six for 16 . Hswl c 1 &gt; m « the after-dinner pill an 4 ftlGOU S t ^ lIIS f amily cathartic , , 25 c ED R . HABDTj Abingdon , 111 ., tanner of hides , furs and manufacturer of black cattle robes , coats , rugs , gloves , etc . Pure-bred...
ILLINOIS SHEEP BREEDERS MEET . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896
ILLINOIS SHEEP BREEDERS MEET . THE annual [ meeting of . the Illinois Sheep Breeders Association ,: held at Springfield January 7 th , was attended by about , forty who are interested in this industry . President R . M . Bell , in a brief address , presented the present and prospective outlook of the sheep industry , in the State , holding that more helps for the sheep breeder were now in sight than have usually or ever / before been presented after a great depression . Hon . A . M . Garland , Chicago , read an excellent paper on , Progressive Merino Sheep Husbandry that contained valuable thoughts for study by those who are seeking a way out of- the difficulties that events have forced upon them . Mr . F . D . Nunes , Chatham , presented an interesting and instructive paper on the Care of . the Flock . The experiences of a practical shepherd thus told are useful to those who heard or who will have the opportunity of reading it . Mr . Nunes also favored the association with The Shep...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896
HEKEFORDS-A large herd , comprising the . most fashionable and practical strains of thoroughbred cattle . A large stock of Bulls otf suitable age for breeding purposes , also females ,, 20 r sale at reasonable prices . In breeding and quality herd is second to none . Several World s Fair Winners . GEO . S . BEDHEAB , Jttes Moines , Iowa . Thoroughbred itegistered stock 0 UR 0 C-JERSEY HOGS . SSffi &amp; SSS « . nd history . TOHNM . STONTCmtAKHR . Panola . Ill . Please mention the Western Rural . ^^¦ SHSPPJ ^ Jfe T &gt; EBK 8 BTBBI Cheiter White , ^¦ PTRnrfKtpred ^ M-DJeraey Bed and Pol an d Chin * ¦ ^ f ^ laSBSaiSLjjafrPIQS . Jersey , Guernsey and ^¦¦¦ Hp ^ P ^ pBnjpV Holatein Cattle . Thoroughbred ^ PJPJIJPJH Sheep . Fanoy Poultry . Hunting ~* m lSn ^**** ° ^ sm £ JF ud Home Dogs . Catalogue . 8 . WTSMITH , CoebranvUle * Cheater Oo . tPeuub Please mention the Western Rural . JB | v . - / ,, ;;; -, POLAND-CHINAS ^ HiPHnv 100 very choice , heavy bone , April \ WttlwSB...
AMONG HORSEMEN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896
AMONG HORSEMEN THE ENGLISH THOROUGHBRED HORSE . GENERAL HISTORY . WE have no record of . the existence of the horse in England until the invasion of the island , when we know that large numbers were found here ready to oppose the landing , and used both in chariots and as cavalry . But this country never became remarkable for her breed of horses until after the time of the Stuarts , who paid great attention to this animal , and caused numbers of Arab stallions and mares to be imported . In the time of Henry VIII . the want of good horses was so much felt that an act was passed , forbidding any entire horse of a greater age than two years , and less than 15 hands , to be turned out in any common or waste land in the counties of Norfolk , Suffolk , Cambridge , Buckingham , Huntington , Essex , Kent , Hampshire , Wiltshire , Oxford , Bedfordshire , Warwickshire , Northampton , Yorkshire , Cheshire , Staffordshire , Lancashire , Salop , Leicester , Hereford , Lincoln , and North or Sout...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896
JPIWIEDICAL ^ ^ y TREATMENT . ^ If you want the best expert and scientific treat * ment by the leading physicians and specialists of : the country , consult only DB . HATHAWA . T « Ss CO ., ? 0 Dearborn St ., Chicago , 111 . All . Chronic Diseases of men and women , Private , Skin . \ Blood and Nervous Diseases . Cases treated by mail : all over the world by sending for Symptom Blanfe No . 1 for men , No . 2 for women . No . 3 , Skin Diseases , No : 4 for Catarrh . Best of references . Please mention the Western Rural .
VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896
VETERINARY BARREN COW . —What shall I do to make one of my cows breed ? She has had two calves , one in 94 and one in 95 , and has never failed ; before to get with calf in the usual time . This year came in heat in a few weeks after calving , -arid has been served at Intervals now for four or six months . Have had a good bull , running with my dairy cows all the time . —O . L . Whitney . —Send two dollars to Wallace Barnes , Box -604 , Bristol , ; Conn ., for a bottle of Haboriri . Use as directed . ACCLIMATING HORSES . —What will keep horses In a good thriving condition the first year after taking them from Illinois to Nebraska ? I am told that tartar acid in their water will do it . Will it neutralize the alkali water ? Is it necessary that they loose flesh the ¦ first year with good care ?—E . W . Brown . --Horses almost without an exception have • to become acclimated when taken from this state to Nebraska , and general good care Is advisable , but as a rule they will not thriv...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896
NORTHERN GROWN SEED POTATOES . It will mean money in your pocket to send address at once for my free descriptive catalogue of ( 50 choice and low-priced varieties . Buy direct anfl save money . Keep this address . ARTHUR G . ALPBIDGE , Fishers , Ontario Co ., N . Y . FARMERSS^ Ki &amp; ftJhs ? - •» Iron Roofing , From Lumber , World s Fair Pipe ( aiisizes ) ,- Buildings . Also all kinds of building material cheap . Write us CMC I 2 &amp; £° JPE 813 WKECKIIM * CO ., « OOS South Halsted St ., Chicago . ¦ V; IT PAYS TO ™ . ANGLO-AMERICAN STOCK FOOD . BEWASE OF IMITATIONS . None genuine unless bearing trade-mark . Have Yon Hog Cholera ? We can and , do cure « 2 ! ¦ &lt; £ 2 JSra- ° P * breetJer &lt; after using our goods ,- says : , Send 200 pounds more ; am free from it noV : want to keep fortified . Send for circulars and testimonials and see names of prominent breeders now using . gfAngrlo-American Stock Food Co ., Chicago . VERMONT IS O. K., as usual ...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896
TC . CALLAHAJT Friend , Web . Fine Stock • sales a specialty . Have made over 800 sales and will guarantee satisfaction . Black Langshans and BABRED PLYMOUTH BOOKS for sale . Early hatched birds at moderate prices . Eggs In season . Ciroular free . ELI WEAVER , Loda , Iroquois Co ., III . Jk _ JACKS m JENNETS ^ wRlMflfth JLiarge Assortment . KjuHSnl Prize-winning Blood . w ~ \» Fair dealing . Mule breeding solves ; Urn ™™™/! the profit of th « horse trade . For &lt; SKSESSffl « lw »» Particulars , write A . W . HOPKINS , PERTT , IIJL . . PLANT SYSTEM . 4 , 259 Miles , Reaching most important points in Alabama , South Carolina , Georgia , Florida and Cuba . Plant Steamship Line . Most Luxurious Steamship Service in the Southern Waters BETWEEN . - TAMPA , KEY WEST and HAVANA ; BETWEEN : ¦¦ ¦ . - . V PORT TAMPA ! anOOBILE . Quick schedules and excellent sleeping car service to Florida points without change via PLANT SYSTEM . St . Louis to Pt . Tampa via Evansville , Nashville a...
Farm , Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896
Farm , Garden and Orchard A BETTER PLAN . r T is very evident that as a moans of 1 reaching Illinois farmers at large , the . Farmer s Institute held at Springfield recently was a failure . After so much effort and the report that 1 , 500 farmers were expected to attend , the attendance was scarcely 200 ana this number would not Lave been present had it not been that the annual meetings of the several State live stock breeders associations were held at Springfield on the same days at a different hour so that those who came to attend the , Jive stock meetings or the meetings of the Poultry Association naturally put in theiitime at the institute meetings whi 1 . v &gt; they had nothing else to do . Before the passage of the bill by 1 ne lart legislature creating this Farmer s Institute , we earnestly advocated ttio enactment of a law that would provide for holding Farmer s Institutes similar to those held in Wisconsin , urging that they be under the direction or control of the...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896
hLxperience has proven conclusively that better grapes , and- peaches , and more of them , are produced when Potash is liberally applied . To insure a full crop of choicest quality use a fertilizer containing not less than 10 % Actual Potash . Orchards and vineyards treated with Potash are comparatively free from insects and plant disease . Our pamphlets are not advertising circulars booming special fertilizers , but are practical works , containing latest researches on the . subject of fertilization , and are really helpful to farmers . They are sent free for the asking . GERMAN KALI WORKS , 03 Nassau St ., New York . [DROP APOSTAL ] iPfer ^ 1 ! &lt;|^ S|^ # w SLOT I4 Ill HI AND GET A CATALOGUE . K * Illlllllllllli 11 II A list of the best seeds sold J ^ ^ 1 I PPSP anywhere . Many choice novel- » * I K ties , and prices are right . Con- : minimum ^ tains 100 pages , 400 illustrations , C 1 beautiful colored plates , honest descriptions , v j They cost us 11 cents each , but...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896
FERTILIZERS . Pure animal Bone Phosphate , hi * h grade , licensed and guaranteed Wisconsin State analysis . Catalogue explaining how to use and grow large crop fruit truck . Samples sent for 30 c postage . Bone Fertilizing Chemical Works . tFanesvllle , Wis . i i 1 ii ii *^ ri niftftinirhifir ff iA iiirww ib &lt;» A ^ iii ! POTATOES $ 1-50 ; : ruiniUEu aBbi . ; i Largest ( rrowcru of POTATOES for Seed In , , America . The Iiiirnl New-Yorker civet * Sal-i . IzcrV Early WiHooiiNin n yield of ? S « buMhctai J per acre .. Prices &lt; llrt cheap . Our jri-eat Seed , * Hook , 148 paccHsutd sumple 14-Oay liadltrii for » &lt; GciiOHtairc- JOHN A . SA 1 // . ER SKKIXIO .. LiiCrossi-, Wis . i WWrVVVWrVVWi ^ VWW *^^ fHSsK-ar seE RYBSH: ! mfm ^\ I ify &amp;&amp; ^ LARGE ( ipa ^ l HI * PROMINENT M &amp; £ ^~ ^ B EYES are not desirable in a i ( t 8 s § fej = i ^ potato . Our World s Fair !* lllnS 3 ^ r / y Potato has very smal 1 eyes . ^&am...
THE FARMERS'SIDE [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896
THE FARMERSSIDE THE NATIONAL FARMER S ALLIANCE . Sixteenth Annual Meeting . THE National Farmers Alliance convened in its sixteenth . annual session in Chicago , Illinois , Wednesday , December 18 , 1895 . The meeting was called to order by President Elwood Furnas , with Secretary August Post at the desk . On motion , A . S . Brewer and E . J . Bye were appointed a committee on credentials . Following the appointment of the committee on credentials , President Elwood Furnas delivered his annual address . ( The President s address was published in our columns December 26 , 1895 . —Ed . ) Following the address of the President , the committee on credentials reported the list of States entitled to representation and the names of the duly accredited delegates from the same . The auditing committee made its report of the finances of the Alliance , and on motion same was accepted and approved .. President Furnas , who was appointed at the last annual meeting a committee on Nebraska drouth...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896
IMMENSE YIKLDERS . CJUALITY SUPERB ^ Earliest | ISweot Potato on earth .- Easiest cultivated - Highest en- &gt; . Idorsement by best agriculturists in America . • Thoroughly ; tested . Millions willNmnt them ; / If you are after &gt; . a , ; MONEY MAKER yoiNmust b £ ve them . POTATOES , 1 ¦ riot vines are what pay . SSrea ^ round ,. saves time In digging . BETTER KEEPERS Xd just what has been wanted for the LAST FIFTY YEARS &gt; i Cave MORE MERIT than ; v any novelty ever offered / Dori * t wfcjt . but send , two-cent • . . ¦ •&lt; ., stamp at once-, for catalogue that tellsNdl about them : alfio .. our . yBEN HUR iriah Potato . • Entire stock of both . owntid exclusively by ourselves . Otra SEED CATALOGUE this year is A WONDER , so many GOOD THINGS and prices low ^ Jt i nitre td interest you . ^ Address , ^ A J ^ M Please mention the Western Rural . SAVE MONEYON FRUIT PLANTS . Strawnevry Plant * a . Specialty . Having three * fruit plant farms , devo...