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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 10 January 1885
Hereford Cattle . WO . MoGAVOOK , Franklin , Howard OO ., Mo ,, . breeder of Hereford and Short-horn oattle . Stock for sale . Correspondence invited . Sangamon Valley Herd 11 J . R . PRICE &amp; SON , Williamsville , Illinois . l If- HV f vK | Jkl | lKrTaTV ^ s _ BT _ M aaflMTnM _ flHIJEII luunaT twV HEREFORD CATTLE . ! OUB herd numbers at present-about 1 MHBAD , lnoiudlngaUthebeBtfamtUes . High-grade buUs in car-load lots for ranchmen a specialty . TOten wrltlug advertisers please mention fthls paper .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 10 January 1885
GEORGE LEIGH &amp; CO ., -a-ixxroxrcav . Xll ., ( Formerly or Beecher , Illinois ) , IMPOBTKUS AMD BBEEDEBS OF HEREFORD CATTLE . IN making our selections of Btock for importation , we spare neither money nor pains to secure the best . Onr nerd numbers ISO head of Imported animals , among them about 20 sired by the famous buU LORD WILTON . We have at the head of onr herd the Royal lBt-prize bolls Archibald and Pirate , winners of abont SO first , speoial , and champion prizes in England , beside winning first at the Royal , and Bath and West of England shows . We have stock sired by the following noted bulls : drove 3 d , Uorace 4 tk , Hartln | rton . Marquis , Chancellor , HoratluH , Hlglilaiid I &gt; alrd , Mose stock , and Horace 5 th . I We have a number of young bulls good enough to head the best herds In the country . We offer the finest stock at reasonable prices . For partloulars , address as above .
Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 10 January 1885
WM . GENTHY . J OBII B . GXNTHT . JNO . B . GENTBT , JOELB . GENTRY &amp; CO . LOCUST GROVE FARM , BBEEDEB 8 OP ACT &gt; DXalXKS XN Short-Horn , Hereford , MfrFolM-AterieeQ ail ^ j ^^^ Galloway Cattle . ^^ Make High Grades by Oar Lots a Speolalty . Jacks and Jennets , Denmark Saddle and Harness Horses . Hughssvllls , Psttis Co ., Me . Siuuiy Side Stock Farm J . P . FEN-ON , P . O . Box 148 , Uavenworih , Kan . \^_ n _ i _ ta _ --I ^^ S ! HHsV _ lB _| BB _! sF Breeder of SHORT-HORJT CATOtVEot the most noted beef and milk strains . My herd now numbers over 200 head , and have for sale , at aU times , Bulls , Heifers and Cows from 8 months to 8 years old , of the following families : Bose of Sharon . Princess , Yonng Marys , Bracelets , Young PbylUs , and Lady EBzoboth Correspondenco or Inspection of Mrd cprdloU . r lnvitert . 2 d Duke ot Newhnm 85309 , Racket 40 W 9 , and id Bourbon Prince of Ingleslde , Vol . 20 , at head ol nerd . When writing advertisers please ment...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 10 January 1885
Hereford Cattle . JB . HA WES , Ms . Fl __ taira STOCK FABlf , COLONY . • _ n &gt; am &gt; OaT Oo ., XAW .. Importsr and bresdsr of Hereford oattle . Onshnndrsd snd twenty-five head ot bolls , oows andhsltsrs for sale . Write or coma . Orade Herefords !! I have a few Grade Hereford Oalves from 6 to 9 mos . old , 20 In aU , half male and half female , for sale . T . W . ORR , Sandwich , HI . THOMAS CLARE , Importer and breeder of Hereford Cattle , and Cotswold Sheep . Stook of either sez for sale . Evergreen Btock Farm . Beecher , Will Co ., TH . The attention of Stook Breeders soUolted . ¦ PQ B SALE . —Choioe Thorong hred snd Grade JD HEREFORD OATTLE , Pnre PLYMOUTH BOOK and WYANDOTTE FOWLS . T . M . GKOBOK , Glenwood , Cook Oo ., IU . BENJ . HEB 8 HEY , . ___ rMFOBTinAHDBBUDIBO &gt; r HEREFORD CATTLE !! m \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ ^^ k \ V \\\\\\\\\\\\ wk ^ Bat . BIIJMCATINK , IOWA . Our herd now numbers over 176 heod . Choice young stook for sale . For particul...
raragra ^ lt ^ [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 10 January 1885
raragra ^ lt ^ — Oh , Doctor , I m out again ; I m so m noh obliged to you , said a oouvalescent , warmly shaking the doctors himu . Why , I didnt oven hnow youd been ill , and have never been to see you , said the doetor . Thats it ; that s what Im thanking you for , replied the gentleman . — And what does Graoie darling expect to find in her stocking after Santa Glaus comes ? asked a fond mother of her little girl . The baby face looked grave and then wise , a cunning little smile curved the red lips and dimpled tho sweet aheeks , as she said plaintively : I know , mamma—holes ! —After the battle of Chattanooga , the surgeons made several incisions in the leg of a soldier who had been wounded in the knee by a musket ball . Out of patience at lost the soldier exclaimed , Why are you carving me np so ? We re trying to find the ball , nnswtred a surgeon . Why didnt you ask for the ball in the first place ? indignantly cried the soldier ; hero it is , in my pocket ! —I &gt; au...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 10 January 1885
Miscellaneous . _? , 1 1 T ! P, A 5 s __ rasazR R . U . CHAyflS &amp; UP ., Klcliiiioiul ,-Ta , OSAGE WAGONS ^^ - ?*^ —— ¦¦— »¦ .. »¦ IIWWISV made , and have nevor had tires reset . A few being made for sale from strongly seasoned Osage Wood . W . H . MANN &amp; CO ., Oilman , 111 . BWwirKStf J-yhW Aprnts cant SEIXnndtcll 3 U &amp; HH tiic truth ulinut JONES . Put , vnur i £ w fj WAGON SCALES . A w | * lfl IVnm Box . Two Brain . Freiehl ra n VA \ Itiid . Fn- &lt;; Prico List . Every Size . Btj flrJM ndUrcssJOHES OP BIHB 3 AIJI 0 H , 4 gj ,-3 tT ~ B BLNGHAMTON . N . T . Tho American Ad « JPWI ^ sTOTtm . vance wrought iron ^ Sa _ 9 W ^ aS n 7 r 7 » . V . mounted Wind Mlll _ c 4 V | tlT 7 / 6 ^ wWf V &gt; - - . lias never be o nlKJIV *^ JS § Z § $$ t ^ $ 0-- .. blown down : nuUSg [ I § S . BS ^ y v ^^ S ?? - - cause it to faco Tho ^ 5 % tfl . V \ v &gt; yV ^ P ^^ . r *^ T ^^ ) winds no other Slill , c « -3 ar . ^ S r ^^ V CT . ^ SS candos...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 10 January 1885
Windmills . tit you propose huylnx a Windmill , get full information of the Champion Vaneless Self-Reg-ulatingwindinlll . Ifyouwant the Agency for the best Windmill , investigate the merits OS the Champlon-every Mill f ally warranted , and always gives satisfaction . Twenty years experience in the manufacture of Pumps and Windmills , Send for Catalogue . POWELL A IIOlULA &amp; B . M avUMSvfus . ( iln . NICHOLS , MURPHY &amp; GEISTER , CENTENNIAL WIND MILL . ^ kuum ^ Contains all the valuable AmWkW * features of his old Nichols | B 4 _ B ^_^ Mills with none of the dewMflfSmjr fects . This is the only mill WMUiBI balanced without a vane . Itls CHBU the only mill balanced on its ^ SHs _« center . It is the only mill J || M . ballt on correct ecientlflc ^ - f Mi ~ N principles so as to govern f ~ k \ IH ~ - * perfectly and will stand a f • - at K 9 ^&amp; heavier wind , run steadier , yVJl tMB ^^ last longer , and crow londer 11 In mm r ^ thnu nu ¥ other mill bui...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 10 January 1885
Improved Iron Corn Shelter , ^ WEIGHT ( 130 LBS . NfM Prioe $ 6 . 50 . IPLATESTANDBESTINUSE . l _ fW \ V Bold by thonsands : will shell a bushel a B B W minute . Bend for clroularB . . V ^ LuChioago Scale Co ., Chicago . W . O . BWDS Double Perpetual Baling Press . Patented September 18 th , 1883 . Guaranteed to press 0 to 8 tons per day , so tha * tons can be loaded in a bos car . Bend for oiron xrs and prices . Manufactured by , the OHIOAGO AY PBE 88 COMPANY , Nos . 3361 to 3358 State St ., Chicago Big Grant Sheller Attachment . Thti It THE ONLY VAOHIKE IN EX 1 STF . NCR THAT WILL SHRLL AND OKIND THE CORN AND SIFT THE HEAL ID one ope rati ou . MAKING GOOD FAMILY MiAL . It mlio grinds corn ana cob , &gt; nd ^ --w SSfl !! -- ¦ mfcllgrnin . TlieSbellcre &amp; iibere- ^ V i ( . g * g * &gt;&gt;^ rnoredmd-. Feed Cutter put iP » t . y » qfl ^ , _ g &lt; &amp;** £ . pl » ce , and Hay , Straw , or CornlJlij ^ M &amp; s gStalks can be...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 10 January 1885
Machinery . BRICK &lt;f * MACHINERY TILE IIIS CLAY CRUSHERS . 1 JtSrafal DsT-T IN THE - ^ -= * = **^_^^^_? t ^ 6 Hfw » fo ^^^ mSl P . O . Box 39 STOVER Ag |^ TBIPLE BEARE t . FEED MILL Hunoequnl . Warranted to » rIndfaster . dobetter wora . and to be more aerrtwable than any feed mill made . The Inner grinding ; burr makes three revolution ! while the outer burr ana team make one , whioh greatly Increases its grinding capaolty over old style ungeared mill . Bend tor lUuttrstMdea ^ rlpttvseJrenlaw . Addren STOVER MFG . CO ., TU T HXT THEB 08 S ENSILAGE &amp; FODDER CUTTERS . These cutters are Bnaranteeol to be the Best in thelVorld . Any one wishing to buy a ontter is at liberty to try one of ours in competition with any other make in the world before buying , and If it does not prove to be superior in every way it may be returned we guorantoe perfect saUsraction or no sale . Please send for onr illustrated circular before yon buy a cutter E . W . ROSS &amp; C...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 17 January 1885
^^ iisl ^ ^ jtdi ASD AMEBIC AM STOCKHAH . AN lUllST / tArEO WEEKLY FARM AND FAMILV 2 NEWSPAPER . 155 and 157 Dearborn St ., Cbicago . iyri-iiTO-sr ca-nao-acs-Bi sorroB — KD rr &gt;__—IBEB . - Wltta . __ _!• j _ anO-ta _ -tai . THE WE 8 TERH RURAL AND AMERICAN STOCKMAN if devoted to the various departments of Sural and Household Affairs , and ls adapted to the needs of all parts of the country . lt gives also choice original andseIected Stories , and Miscellaneous Beading for all , aiming to combine the various features of a Complete Rural and Family Newspaper . Its unparalleled success snd large circulation attest its great practical value and superior adaptation to the wants of its readers . SUBSCRIPHONTERMS , $ 1 . 65 per year ; $ 1 . 50 in clubs . Any one can act as Agent .. Address all communications to THE WESTEBN Btrjui , US and 157 Dearborn Street , Chicago , !!! . ADVERTISING RATES are 25 c por line ot space , agate type measure , each insertion . An inch of column l...
% & nmltwi [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 17 January 1885
% &amp; nmltwi Inter-State Commerce - Xhe fpUowwg ifl . th ^ railroad oommeroe bill ever adopted by either Houso . of . Congress . It passed the House last week : Be it enacted , etc ., That it shall be unlaw-ful-for , any person or persons engaged alone or associated with otheis in the transportation of property by railroad , or by pipe-line , or lines from one State or , Territory to or through one or more other States or Territories of the United States , or to or from any foreign country , directly or indirectly to charge to or receive from any person or persons ; any greater or less rate or amonnt of freight compensation or reward than is by him or them charged to or received from any other person or persons for . like and contemporaneous service in carrying , -.. receiving , delivering , storing , or handling the same . All charges -for such services shall be reasonable , and any person or persons having purchased a ticket for passage from one State to another , or pai...
' rr r ~^ " —~~~~~~~~ " ~ " ~™~"—~~~~~~~~ ! l ()*»^<» Httrjil [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 17 January 1885
rr r ~^ —~~~~~~~~ ~ ~™~—~~~~~~~~ ! l ()*»^&lt;» Httrjil ir T- ^ - - —~™~™~ ~ — —~—~~ —™~~—~ ¦ B ———~ ¦~ gj &gt; .. ; Influence of Forests on Climate . pTzlit . Andrew S . Fuller says that the influence of forests on climate , is a subject that ihas attracted the attention of all civilized nations , and barbarous races , however low in the scale of intelligence , know enough of the effect of forests on climate to seek or : avoid them as may be necessary to escape | disease , or obtain shelter . We are not , how- ; ever , to suppose that large forests are airways a blessing to a country or to a people , pit , their total absence is in all oases a dire ^ calamity , for the jungles of India , or the aljyp ipst impenetrable forests of the tropical ; regions of America , are no more desirable as places of residence , than the arid plains -Of this or any other country . What man • hould seek , is adaptation of the climate to his needs , and if he oan increase or decrease l-...
H orticultural [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 17 January 1885
H orticultural method of cutting the tops off is to use a mowing-machine or briar-scythe , about three or . four inches above the . ground . This should be done in the Fall , as soon as the leaves are off , so that the lower buds , which are always small , may be developed by the action of the sap through the Winter . In boxing them much care should be taken to have good boxes , and although they should not be air-tight , yet they should be such as would prevent the plants from setting dry . and wilted . Moderate-sized boxes are best , say sixteen to twenty inches wide , the same depth , and three , to three and one-half feet long . For setting the hedge the ground should be broken up to the depth of from twelve to eighteen inches , according to the quality of the soil , and at . least ten feet wide . If there be any thin soil in the row it should be well manured . It should not only be plowed , but sub-soiled , harrowed and thoroughly prepared . The hedge is then to be set in the c...
j $ rtpttt | Jfc [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 17 January 1885
j $ rtpttt | Jfc Science and Practice in Agriculture . Science , says a writer in the London Agricultural Gazette , has been considered by many farmers as something that is . apt to be intrusive upon their business , to interfere by trying to overthrow , by theory pure and simple , that which the accumulated facts of years have proved to be correct ; and they have looked with something somewhat akin to suspicion upon any one who for a moment assumes the position of an expositor of 1 the laws of nature in relation to agriculture as a means for the better equipment of the farmer f 6 r his business . Advisers , teachers and critics there have been ad libitum during the last few years of agricultural loss . Every one who knew a live horse from a butter-firkin imagined himself capable of imparting advice to the farmer . Each had a remedy to be offered gratis ; but , had they been acquainted with the real facts of the oase , they would have given more mature consideration to their various...