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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 28 March 1868
Iftelf ^ A WEEKLY JOOBNAL FOB THE FAK 1 AND FffiESDE . PUBLISHED AT CHICAGO AND DSIROIT—DISTINCT EDITIONS . Subscription Rates . —Single Oopy , $ 2 . 60 per year ; $ 2 . 00 In Clubs of Four , with a Free Copy for a Club of Eight . Liberal Premiums and Commissions . Subscriptions can commence at any time , or back numbers of the Volume furnished . Club papers addressed to Individuals , may be at different post-offices , and may be sent as fast as procured . . . The Ulil- __; o edition is designed for tho West generally—the Detroit edition more particularly for Michigan , l / nleis otherwise directed , we send the Chicago edition to aU subscribers , except in Michigan and tbe Uanados , to whom we sond the Detroit edition . Remittances of $ 10 and over may be mado by P . O . Money Order , Draft or . Express at our coat and rlzk . Premium Lists , with foil particulars , extra speclmeneoples , posters , fee ., sent oo request . Address H . W . P . UBWIS , PubUshor . I At either Chicago ,...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 28 March 1868
New Crop . Onion Seed . f ARGE Red Wethorefleid , per tt ........ $ 2 . 00 -Li Large Yellow Strasburg , ........ 2 . 50 Yellow Danvers Globe , .... 2 . 50 Large White Portugal , .... _ ... 3 . 50 Seut by mall , post-paid , on receipt ofthe price . P . S . MESEROLE ^ Seedsman , 261 204 Lake St ., Chicago .
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 28 March 1868
I ^ Bffi ^ J h ^ EHEftMfi g R 1 F ^ t -i—aS £ ___ , — LJ * 0 N 1 — 1 - * E ^ i ,. £ B HnB ^ flre WWO *^ \ t WtSSm &amp; m &amp; CLARK ST 1 __ ^ rZ £ 2 )^** ^ OttOF RANDOLPH , £ ¦ &gt; -z % Zm en _ eAfiO , RaBo - aw H IMPORTANT TO AGRICULTURISTS ! BERRYS RAW BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE , • The Best , and , according to its value and the facility with which it can be applied , the CHEAPEST FERTILIZER muse . It contains the veiy ingredients of which constant mopping has deprived tbe soU , viz . ;—- Phosphates and Phosphoric Acid , As WeU nS AMKOSIA AND NlTBOOBK . Also , constantly on hand FINE BONE DUST , and COARSE GROUND BONE , for fruit trees . Superphosphate . $ 46 per ton - Fine Bone Dust 30 1 Coarse Ground Bone . .... ... 26 , All orders promptly attended to , and circulars sent on application , by mail or otherwise , to BERRY BROTHERS , 255 22 jWoo- ___ age Bt , West , Detroit , Mich . jpcaUs . . NORTHWESTERN WAREHOUSE , 199 ana . 201 Randolph St ., Chicago . L _...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 28 March 1868
BdTNOr A PATBSft Jf _ 0 _ Cl __ H . ^ W ^ s ^^ ss . w ¦ ; ¦; ASAFS , / r ^^ WK CE -r / ^^ aSJW - K ^ \ SpeedyOuree U ^ = r &lt; f ^^ r 1 MEURAUHA , - | L-iiyeL * sal _ reQralgiaj | A * n &gt; ___ . V ^ tf lt © / NERVOUS \^_&gt;^ N / DISEASES . ^^ ^__ j- ^_[^ m ^ It * Effects ars It is an unfailing remedy InaU cases of Neuralgia Facialis , often effecting a perfect cure ln less than twenty-four hours , from the use of no mere than two or Ihrct ntSt . No other form of Neuralgia or Nervous Disease has foiled to yield to this wonderful remedial agent . Even In tho severest cases of Chronic Neuralgia and general nervous derangements , —of many years standing , —affecting the entire system , its use fora few days , or a tow weeks at the utmost , always affords the most astonishing relief , and very rarely foils to produce a complete and permanent cure . It cpntalns no drugs sr otber materials in the slightest degree injurious , even to the most delicate system , an...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 28 March 1868
IMPORTANT TO POTATO GROWERS . 1 ^ ___________________________________ 0 _____ 3 _ ChampionPotato Harvester , fpHE GREATEST LABOR-SAVING MACHINE •¦¦ of tho ago . Will dig from three to five acres per day with one man and team , and leave the groundjln splendid condition . Wo are prepared to furnish a limited nnmber ot theso machines at $ 200 eaoh , delivered aboard the cars , and warrant them to give satisfaction ; trial to be made before machine Is paid for . Orders must be sent ln at once to secure machines fcr the coming season . Terms cash , or good approved notes at three months . BALDWIN * WAY , MO Look Box 650 , Detroit , Mich . j ___ j £ _ W » ND ™» Dt « tOBrAIH ^^ TOgML — -TRADE * M __ K .-, ¦ _ o —— . — o REYN 0 LDS , BABBER &amp; Gc . SdeJlianfa __ mU . BORH HY . « mHE REYNOLDS » MOWER AND REAP- *\ ER KNIVES , manufacture ! exclusively , by us , under Reynolds 1 Patenli for . tempering steel « withemtlhtaiii , / tinijli _ uid , n receivoi the only award at the grea...
o ; :,. o ; , Iwtot [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 28 March 1868
o ; :,. o ; , Iwtot THE SUGAR SEASON . N BT ALIOS OABBT . ( Now the winter -winds retire , .. * And theWinter lee is braking , And the old folks by the flic s Sit ud talk of sugar making . &gt;**!¦ the wild and windy March , , / : And the month the question settles That tis time to mend tbe arch or And to scour the rusty kettles ; Time to set tho hut to rights , ¦ ¦ Where the boys and gins together . Tend the furnace fire o nights . . In the rough and rainy weather ; Time to hew and shape the trough , And to punch the spile so hollow , - .- For the snowIs thawing off And tbe sugar thaw must follow . Soon tho bluebirds and the bees O er tbe stubble will be winging ; y : Sotis time to tap tbe trees And to set the ax a-rlnging .. Oh , the gladdest time of year Is the merry sugar making , When the swallows first appear And the sleepy buds are waking I
' Sftfflfafi Mtri . gfeetdt ^ [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 28 March 1868
Sftfflfafi Mtri . gfeetdt ^ Written for TheWeitern Rural . # o ^ THE EXCHAM 1 . _ . •_ ;¦ ; . • ;• . BY SAM SASSAFRAS . . • T-X never went on Change but twice in my life , and I pray to be strack dead if I ever go again . You see I was staying in Sharkton with a dear , beloved Mend , who made Change a business . He went from Scranton Hollow poor as a church mouse , and I found him living on the top shelf , and cream cheese at that . I looked ronnd , and says I , Jim , where is your warehouse J My dear Sam , I do business without one . , Well , your office ?; . * i ¦ - -TV--. V I do not require one . All my business is done on Change . ; _ - -,. . ; I thought it decidedly funny , but , thinks I , XU just go on Changeiflcah . ^ Boi axed . • Certainly , certainly , Sam , he replied , certainly ; It , will be very Interesting . So I went . About twenty thousand men were congregated iu a big hall . -There were little tables here and there , and round the ; tables were rows ol men . Befor...
THE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 28 March 1868
THE MARKETS Chicago Produce Market . :. 6 wic _ . or TBE WESTERN RURAL , &gt; ,. . CHICAGO , March 24 , 1888 . * , APPLES—Green , $ 4 00 ® - WW bl ; Dried , 9 @ llo V . O . - • ¦ ¦ • : ¦ ¦ - ¦ - BARLEY—No . 2 $ 2 50 @ 2 52 M V 100 lbs . BEANB- $ *«_ 6 00 : _&gt; bn . BB-iN— $ 29 WW ton . BROOM CORN— $ 130 00 ® US 00 » ton for common tu choice . BUTTER—Choice dairy , 40 ® 48 c ; good tub , 36 ® S 8 c ; prime firkin , 32 @ 85 c : common firkin , 15 (_ t 2-c . - CHEESE—New York factory , 17 @ 18 c ; Illinois factory , 16 _ - _ 7 c ; Hamburg , 16 ® 17 c ; Western Reserve , li __ 1 __; Western Dairy , 12 @ 1 _ . CORN—81 if ( 382 } f e for new . CRANBERRIES-Cultlvated , $ 15 00 ® 18 00 ; Wild , $ B 00 @ 1200 % ) bbl DRESSED HOGS- $ 9 60 © 10 60 _ ) cwt . EGGS—20 ( 3210 for fresh . FLOUR—Sales of while winter extras at $ 13 60 ; Sprlngextras at $ 10 00 @ 10 50 ; Spring supers at $ 7 5 a HAY—The demand is light and prices are nnsetUed Timothy , roller and beater pressed , $ ...
AGRICULTURAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 4 April 1868
AGRICULTURAL - Notes and Suggestions for April . April is a very important month to the farmer , for a great deal of his success depends on the nse he makes of the fine weather this mouth generally affords . In order to be able to take advantage of every fine -working day dnring this month , everything should he In readiness to commence operations at an hour s notice . Farm Implements of every kind shonld be In perfect order . Flows , harrows , cultivators , seed drills , markers , rollers , etc ., should be ready for the field , and the horses and oxen should be in good condition to meet the Spring work . Old horses or old oxen are bad stock , Whlch ought to begot rid of to the best advantage , and their places filled with young , vigorous animals , which wonld pay for their feed not only in ah increased amount of labor , but also in the improvement . which they make in actual value . A thrifty farmer never keeps old stock of any kind . Very few farmers keep enough hired help throu...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 4 April 1868
Ifc * Wititm § un \ , A ; Weekl v Farm and Family Paper . PUBLISHED AT CHICAGO AND DETROIT . H . JU . F . Lewis , Editor and Proprietor . ASSOCIATE EDITORS : O . E . MORROW , Chicago ; EDWARD MASON , Detroit . With a FuU Corps o / Mtietantt and Conlributori . Terms , 93 . 50 per Tears 82-00 In Clubs .
AGRICULTURAL . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 4 April 1868
AGRICULTURAL . Selections and Condensations . . ; . . Hedge Growing . We take thc following plain and practical directions for thc treatment of Osage Orange plants , preparing the ground and transplanting the plants into hedge rows , from the circular of , W : H . MANN , Gilman , 111 ., who has had much experience with Osage Orange , and is fully competent to give directions on these subjects : For keeping plants over Winter , select a dry and rolling piece of ground . Open a trench , spade deep , and ten or twelve inches long . Put in a layer of plants , two or three inches thick , and at an angle of about 50 degrees . Cover by taking a spade of dirt from the front , at the same time opening a trench for the next layer , and pressing the dirt , firmly upon each layer with your foot . Repeat the operation until all the plants are trenched in . When this is done , dig a trench around the bed , about three feet from it , throwing the dirt on the bed , covering one foot above the top o...
VETERINARY . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 4 April 1868
VETERINARY . Conducted liiA . j ; Murray , Veterinary Surne . on , 205 Beaubien Af ., Detroit , Midi ., ( . halt Professor in Royal -Iff . icuttMra . CoHepe , Cirencester , England . ) Case of Lameness . I would like to ask through the Veterinary Department of THE WESTERN RURAL what is the matter with a valuable mare . She is seven years old . When five years old she was foundered a little , but got almost over it , aiid last Summer she was badly used and became very stiff in the shoulders , and can scarcely get around sometimes . At other times she seems to be much better ; she keeps in good order , aud always has a good appetite . She stands in a braced position , aud in turning short she makes a wheel on her hind feet . Her breast is sunk , and the top of her shoulders wasted away . What can I do for her . E . A . BAGSLEY . —Your mare is suffering from-the effects of laminltis , or fever in the feet , and thc wasting of the muscles of the shoulder nnd breast are the results of th...
HORTICULTURAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 4 April 1868
HORTICULTURAL Notes and Suggestions for April The long and rigorous Winter has at length given way to Spring . The birds are returning from their Southern homes ; and everything around gives token of renewed life and vigor . The orchard and garden claim particular attention at this seasontrees have to be pruned and mulched , stocks gtnftcd , injurious Insects destroyed , new orchards have to be planted , old ones removed . Grape vines will , no doubt , be extensively planted this year ; also peach trees , in every place suitable to the growth of this fruit . Small fruits of all kinds command a high price , and the demand for them is never satisfied . Every farmer should have an abundance of fruit trees , vines , bushes and canes around his homestead—nothing will serve him better . TREATMENT OF GIBDLPED TREES . Snow has fallen in such large quantities , and remained so long on the ground during the past Winter , tbat mice had a good chance for girdling fruit trees . A close examinati...
gametic ( Maim ; [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 4 April 1868
gametic ( Maim ; Edited by a Practical Housekeeper . The Dressing of Babies .-No , 1 . A tiny , shivering baby comes into this unhappy world in February , some day when the thermometer stands fifteen degrees below zero . Do we wrap the little tender creature in warm flannels for a day or two , until it gets a little strength , and then dress it in flannel or merino dresses with long sleeves , lined with soft cotton to prevent chafing its delicate skin , and put worsted socks upon its pink feet ? And when we lay it in the crib are we careful to set the head of the crib away from the doors , and to ¦ tuck a flannel blanket clown round its bare head , to keep off the possible draft of cold air V In short , do we keep it as warm as a toast ? Indeed we do no such thing . Do you suppose any mothc &amp; who has a correct idea of how things ought to bedone is going to have her ittle tonty wonty sing all fudged up in flannel , when she has worked for months , day after day , and far ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 4 April 1868
New and Rare Vegetable Seed . AS THE ORIGINAL INTRODUCER of tho Hubbard Squash , Mnrblehcad Mammoth Cabbage and many other now and rare vegetables , I offer to the public my new Seed Catalogue for 1868 . It contains over two hundred varieties of vegetable seeds over one hundred of which I have grown on my three seed farms , whore I have had over fifty acres in seed thc past season . I not only grow the standard varieties out make new and rare vegetables a specialty . Catalogues gratis to all . I offer a rare opportunity for the puollo to procure their seed directly from the grower . Allseed warranted to be fresh and true and to reach each purchaser . JAMES J . H . GREGORY , t ° Uarblehead , Maes .