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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 4 April 1868
• 6 rr &lt; HE PULPIT . , __ . A 32 page journal of Public Speaking , Pure i Literature and Practical Religion . Containing the best things said hy the Clergy and public men tho world over . By our plan it will be Sent One Tear for Nothing . Send 10 cents with . your address ta THE PULPIT CO ., . | IW Chicago or New York , j « a
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 4 April 1868
Pennsylvania Garden Seeds . A FULL ASSORTMENT of the finest quality mailed to applicants on receipt of catalogue prices . Country merchants and dealers everywhere supplied in packages suitable for immediate sales . ¦ ST Our Almanac for 1868 , with monthly hints , mailed on receipt of stamp . Address , MAUPAY , HACKER &amp; CO ., Seed Growers , 249 Nos . 803 &amp; 805 Market St ., Philadelphia , Pa .
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 4 April 1868
1868 . % Field , Garden and Flower Seeds . 1 HOVEY Sc NICHOLS Illustrated Catalogue of Seeds for 18 B 8 now Beady . ^| ENT POST FREE to our regular correspondents •^ —to all other- on receipt of 15 cent .. Let the farmer and the lover of flowers rememher that their labor is entirely tlirown away if the seed planted is nolo / the very best quality . _ 3 T Seeds In paper , or by thc ounce ( Peas , Beans 533 and Oorn excepted ) sent liy mall free of pottage , when the order amounts to one dollar , B 5 T All moneys may be sent at our risk and cost . 532 Our hcautif ul Catalogue contains over one hundred pages , printed In new typo , and is profusely illustrated . B 3- S __ 3 ST 3 D TOU _ ft _ OO-PTT- - « . It will be found to he tho most complete compendium forthe Farmer , thc Horticulturist and thc Botanist ever issued ln thc West . iw- sEisra FOB _ s _ ao _? -sr . -wi Address HOVEY __ -NICHOLS , Horticultural and Seed Warehouse , 235 No . 57 State St ., Chicago , III . PRIVATE FAMILIE...
C 0 VIENTS OF THIS NUMBER . -fc ¦_»! - *__¦¦¦¦ _ - __— [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 4 April 1868
C 0 VIENTS OF THIS NUMBER . -fc ¦_»__»! - *__¦¦¦¦ _ - __— Notes and Suggestions for April .... ; . . 109 Prof . Gamgee on tbe Diseases of Anlma Is ...... 109 Potter s Three-Horse Clevis .. .... 109 Crib-Biting in Horse * 109 Harrowing Com—What Kind of a Harrow ..... 109 Crop Prospects In Michigan ..... 109 Minnesota State Fair . _ - 109 Hodge Growing 110 Wheat and Clover In Ohio U 0 Adulteration of Milk .. 110 Protection and Planting of Forest Trees 110 European Lurch Trees ..... 110 Grasshopper * in Texas UO Suggestive Brevities 110 Agricultural Items Ut Milking ..... 112 Rellev &amp; g Choked Animals .... 112 Remedy for Scratches ..... 112 Crop Estimates and Reports 112 Michigan Agricultural Convention ..... — .... 112 Lire Fences ............. 112 Early Potatoes . . . 112 Wheat ln Warren Co ., Ohio 112 More About the Surprise OatsJ .............. . — 113 Does lt Pay to Raise Flax . ; . — ............ 113 HortlcnHuial . — Notes and Suggestions for April . Ill Cause of Appl...
Oar Revised Premium Litt . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 4 April 1868
Oar Revised Premium Litt . The Premiums offered by us in onr Premium List issued In November last having expired April lst , we are now preparing a New List to take effect from this date . Clubs previously commenced may be completed and draw premiums under the terms of our new offer , which In many particulars continue the same as before . The Revised List will be ready in a few days , and will be sent to applicants , with specimen copies of paper to be used in canvassing , free of charge . The offers of the Elgin National Watcltes , Webster s Illustrated and national Pictorial Dictionaries , Quarto Family Bibles , Woodruff s Barometers , Universal Clothes Wringers , Silver Plated Table Castors , Cltromo-LithograpJts , Gold Pens , and Books , are continued on the same terms as before . We are expecting too add severed desirable articles to the List , which have not been before , offered . The Sewing Machines before offered are withdrawn , having arranged to furnish in their stead th...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 4 April 1868
¦ a To Subscriber * and Readers . —THE WESTERN RUBAL it published at bath Chicago and Detroit , each edition containing all matter in either of general importance , themarket reports and other matter qf merely local interest in one being omitted in the other . Advertisement inserted in both editioni , or either , at desired .
" Trial" Subscriptions—Fine Offer . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 4 April 1868
Trial Subscriptions—Fine Offer . TridP Subscriptions . —Any one wishing to take THE WESTERN RURAL ontrial , will be furnished withit for six months for $ 1 . 00 . _ W To- any present subscriber , ( or member of the family ot a present subscriber , ) who will procure and forward subscribers on trial ( six : months at $ 1 . 00 each ,- as above , ) we wi . l send , postage paid , for each name , a copy of one of the following volumes from our Book List : Illustrated Register of Rural Affairs for 1868 . Fuller s Strawberry Culturist . Squashes , and How to Grow Them . Onion Culture . Or , instead of either of the above , either of the folio wing works of Charles Dickens . They are bound in paper , and each volume is complete : David Copperfield . Barnaby Rudge . Pickwick Papers . Nicholas Nickleby . Dombey &amp; Son . Martin Ohuzzlewlt . Sketches by Boz . Our Mutual Friend . Oliver Twist . Bleak House . Great Expectations . Little Dorrit . American Notes . No Thoroughfare . Hard...
' - live Fences . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 4 April 1868
- live Fences . In some places timber is so scarce that wooden fences are a serious tax upon the farmer , and according as the forest s disappear fencing becomes more expensive . It is probable the time is not far distant when wooden fences must be abandoned and live fences adopted . Farmers should begin in time to familiarize themselves with the latter mode of fencing , and procure such hedge plants as are most suitable for this purpose . The European Hawthorn Is perhaps the best hedge plant ln the world , but we have never seen a good fence made with it in this country . The Osage Orange , the Locust , and the Barberry have been used with good effect . Any healthy , thorny plant that will grow to a sufficient size , and bear trimming well , will be found suitable for a live fence . Farmers should use live fences for dividing their farms , and in every other place where a permanent fence is required . Little nurseries of hedge plants should be made on every farm , and when the plan...
Crop Estimates and Reports . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 4 April 1868
Crop Estimates and Reports . To enable ns to furnish our readers with as nearly correct an estimate of the con . dition and prospects of the fall sown grains , the area of land occupied by them as compared with other years , and the amount of land devoted to spring grains , sown or to be sown , etc ., we ask each of our farmer readers , immediately on the receipt of this , to send us brief answers to the following questions , confining the answers to farm , neighborhood , town or county—giving only such Information as can be fully reiled upon : 1 . What is the present condition of fallsown wheat , barley and rye . 2 . What amount of each of these grains was sown , as compared with last year 1 3 . What amount of spring wheat and barley , and of oats , corn and sorghum has been or is designed to be sown or planted this Spring y 4 . What are the present prospects of a crop of tne various fruits ? 5 . What is the state of vegetation as compared with the same date in 1867 . 6 . What is t...
... University of Michigan , [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 4 April 1868
... University of Michigan , At the commencement exercises of the Law and Medical Departments of thc University of Michigan , Wednesday , March 25 . the degree of Bachelor of Law was conferred on 156 , and that of Doctor of Medicine on 76 ssudents . Dr . HAVEN , President of the University , delivered the addresses to both graduating classes . Thc resignation of Prof . POND , Fletcher Professor of Law , was accepted by the Regents , and C . A . KENT , of Detroit , appointed to the same Professorship . The Board of Regents also decided to accept the aid granted by the Legislature March 15 th , 1867 , with the conditions prescribed—that of establishing a Department of the University for the teaching of Homoeopathy . It was resolved to locate lt at such place , otber than Ann Arbor , as should pledge the greatest amount for the building and endowment of the school . Dr . CRAB . J . HEMFFEL , of Grand Rapids , was chosen Professor in this school . Another ls to be appointed before the o...
— » ¦ » Illinois Entomological Renort . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 4 April 1868
— » ¦ » Illinois Entomological Renort . We have received from the author the First Annual Report on the Noxious Insects of the State of Illinois . B . v Benj . D . Walsh , M . A ., acting State Entomologist . From the Appendix to the Transactions of the Illinois State Horticultural Society . The report bears date Dec . 18 , 1867 , and forms a volume of over 100 closely printed pages . Beside the Introductory Report there are fourteen chapters , devoted to The Grape Curcullo ; The Grape Leaf Gall-Louse ; The Rose Bug ; The Grape Root Borer ; The Codling Moth ; the Apple Maggot Fly ; The Rascal Leaf-Crumpler ; The Oyster Shell Bark-Lonse ; Harris Bark-Louse ; The Ap-ple-Root Plant-Louse ; The Plum Curculio ; The Plum Gougcr ; The Plum Moth ; The Hateftil Grasshopper . Generally the i-isto ry , habits and remedies for these insects are given , thus forming a highly useful work , of which we shall make use as occasion offers .
Garden Tools . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 4 April 1868
Garden Tools . A set of good Implements greatly facilitates garden work . The garden spade Is an institution in itself which cannot be dispensed with altogether , althongh in many places it is superseded by the digging-fork , which is a better implement , as with it the ground can be tilled more effectually and with less labor . Hoes of different shapes and sizes are a necessity in every garden . The Dutch shuffle hoe is an excellent lm element for cutting weeds and grass on gravel walks , as with it the work can be done without injuring the walk . A reel-and-line is indispensable in laying out walks , borders , or rows for vegetables . • A set of drill-markers of different dimensions will be found useful . Rakes of various sizes , sprinklers with fine and coarse roses , wredlng and transplanting trowels , a bandroller , a water-cask , and a wheelbarrow are also necessary .
Early Potatoes , [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 4 April 1868
Early Potatoes , There are several kinds of early potatoes , any of which should he planted as soon ns the soil Is fit to receive them . Sets do better than whole potatoes , as they produce tubers of medium size , not too large nor too small . The sets should be cut two or three weeks before they are planted , and kept in some dark , warm place where they will sprout . This forwards their growth considerably . The sprouts should not be broken when being planted ; they should be set ln an . upright position , and slightly covered with soil . - ¦ . « -. L __ W R . A . Campbell , 131 South Clark sit ., Chicago , has issued a valuable list of Express Offices under the new arrangement , giving railroad routes , etc . Price 50 cents
^ •— - " NEWS OF THE WEEK- [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 4 April 1868
^ •— - NEWS OF THE WEEK- —The U . S . Senate met again on Monday , March SO , as a Court of Impeachment . Mr . Butler-opened the case on the part of the managers in a speech of great length . It was announced that the managers were ready to proceed witb the testimony to make good the charges made against the President . A portion of the testimony was introduced . The counsel for the President have caused subpoenas to be issued for witnesses , among them Gen . Rousseau , now in Alaska , and Gen . Steadman , in New Orleans , lt is said the managers will admit that these and other distant witnesses would testify as the President s counsel expect , and thus avoid the necessity of delay in the trial . —On Tuesday further documentary evidence was offered by the impeachment managers , and several witnesses were examined . —The amendatory judiciary bill , affecting the Supreme Court , was vetoed by the President , and was passed by the Senate over this veto jb ^ a . TOt &amp; of 82 ...
Michigan State Agricultural Convention , [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 4 April 1868
Michigan State Agricultural Convention , The best system of mixed farming for the State was discussed . Jlr . Johnstone said the profitable size of farms was a subject but little understood by farmers . The proper amount of live stock on the arm , the quantity of machinery to be used , etc ., were subjects which required discussion . ¦• ¦ •• . Mr . Woodward , of Avon , considered hauling manure directly from the barn to the field the best course . Mr . Carpenter of Avon , had seen no benefit from putting muck on land . Mr . Babcock , of Troy , draws his manure on the ground early in Spring , and the first crop which he takes ls corn . Mr . Kimmlss , of Novi , said that during the Winter he and his men rested a good deal , recuperating after the fatigues of the Summer . The horses ; too , are got into good condition , and in the Spring he commences operations with good , men , whom he secured by treating well and paying good wages . In plowing In the early Spring , he puts on a three...