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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 January 1896
A fruitgrower should never set out a plant until he has read R . M . Kellogg s book , entitled GREAT CROPS SMALL FRUITS AMR IJfltBI TH fDnniif TUiriUI u has worked a revolution in small fruit growing . No HIV 11 111 IIIH III 1-HKiBUU Inr III other b 00 k ever punlished contains so much practical innilU llll 11 IU UllUSI I 01 Llfli formation . New ideas . New methods , less work , double the fruit . SENT IVKJSE on receipt of postal card address . B . M- KELLOGG , Ionia , Mich .
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 January 1896
M ISSSL STBAWBFRRY PUNTS FRFF 100 varieties . E . J . HULL , Olyphant , Pa . I IILL NORTHERN GROWN SEED POTATOES It will mean money in your pocket to send address at once for my free descriptive catalogue of 60 choice and low-priced varieties . Buy direct anfl save money . Keep this address . ¦¦ .-, ¦ • ¦ ARTHUR G . ALDRIDGE , Fishers , Ontario Co ., N . Y ; GRAPE \ 1 NES Small Fruit Plants Old and New Varieties . Warranted extra strong . Xoue Oheniipi . Send for Catalogue KW ** N - WTTJIYP-TT . *¦ POjf . Norlh rv-Olins . T \ J . Y . VtaV ^ Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Re- fB _^_ B ^ ¦ ^ funded . Endorsed by Leading Ento- &lt;* ^^ mW moloelsts , 60 , 000 in use . We are U . S . Headquarters . r ° r Spray Pumps , and Insecticides . Catalogue , Spray Calendar , and full Treatise on Spraying , FKEE . 6 4 7 SPRAYING OUTFIT ffie BZf \ * U ¦ # • EXPRESS PAID , FOR 9 UI 9 U P . C . LEWIS MFC . CO ., Box 75 CatskM , N &gt; Y « Send for descriptioir o ^ ^ the famous O . L...
NEWS COMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 January 1896
NEWS COMMENTS President Cisneros of the revolutionary Cuban republic has spent some years in the United States , and is said to be fitted by education aiid ability for the position he holds . In a final report made to Commissioner Kerr , of Chicago , covering 1 , 047 patients , ori whom the anti-toxin treatment for diphtheria was tried , only-eighty-six resulted fatally . It would seem that the new remedy had passed beyond the stage of experiment and should be in the hands of all physicians . Fish planting has proved a success in France , though its profit in the ! United States has been disputed . Salmon spawn taken from California are bringing good returns . The-French . sportsmen are . excited over salmon two and three feet long , and the newspapers call them genuine California salmon . One of the most practical of . the resolutions yet presented in Congress on the Armenian outrages was that of Senator Cullom which requested ) the State Department for information as to whether na...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 January 1896
H OWARD &amp; WILSON PUBLISHING COMPANY , N . E . Corner Madison and Franklin Sts .. TERMS : $ 1 . 00 per ., year . - Subscriptions may begin with any number ^ ,, - . - CLUB TERMS : 80 cts . „ a year in-clubs of five ; . 75 cts . a year in . clubs of-ten or more . - ¦ ., ¦ ¦ ,.. - -6 Add ten cents if . Money ys . Products , or . Ne , w Hygiene ; or Modern • Kitchen , or Modern Poultry Book , or other book is wanted . - - ¦ -.. • Write for terms to agents or for terms-ori Special Premiums . , - All communications should be addressed . - , • WESTERN RURAL , CHICAGO . III . • Entered at tbe Chicago Postoffice as Second-class matter
H | Ms , Flocks and Dairy [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 January 1896
H | Ms , Flocks and Dairy THE SWINE-BREEDERS FUTURE . THE average farmer who has met with reverses in the swine industry , now feels uncertain at a thought of the prospects for the autumn of 1896 . The cheap food at present is one strong point in his favor . It was otherwise in the spring of 1895 , as many can testify to their sorrow . The extensive exports of corn from this country , so largely increased in the past six months , as well as the probahly diminished acreage in the coming crop , are items of encouragement to those who tesolve to continue their efforts for the present year . No other branch of live stock business seems to offer any better immediate returns than the hogs . It would seem , however , prudent for those who can depend on a moderate number of hogs , to divide their endeavors between the hogs and cattle , or hogs and sheep . The cheap er food , such as straw , hay , corn fodder and vegetables can be more economically used with such a division of the live stock...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 January 1896
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 January 1896
Wisconsin Farmers Institute Bulletin N o . 9 is now ready for distribution . Fifty thousand cop ies issued . A 320-page hand boo * of agriculture , Tr e ats of Dairying , Horse Breeding . Sheep and Swine T , u «? 1 b i andr y &gt; Potato Growing . Market Gardening , Koad M aking , etc . No farmer should be without it . Free at Wisconsin Institutes . Mailed to Wisconsin farme s for 25 cents for cloth bound copies and 10 cents for p aper covered copies . Sent outside of the State for 40 cents for cloth bound copies and 25 cents for paper c overed copies . Address v GEO . McKERROW , Supt ., Madison , Wis . J ! Portable Well Drilling f MACHINERY » Bt » bliBhedl 867 . Covered by patents . _\ Machines drill any depth both by f # ¦ ¦ team and horse power . We chaU X Jw _ tH ^ 5 S . 5 ^ mp 5 st , ltto , u Send for free m \\/ LM lllaitrated catalogue . JR ^ fnB Addres ,, KELLY &amp; TANEYHILL , m _ Wm __ WAT £ BLOO , IOHTA . V ^ E 9 Q | llllllllL . Ilk L ^^^^ ft 1 m ____ I ^^...
NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 January 1896
NOTES . —Janes ville s . well-known _ horseman . Henry D . McKinney , has been appointed inspector of United States cavalry horses . His headquarters will be in Chicago . T-There will be a Farmers Institute at Wheaton , Illinois , February 19 , 1896 . A good turn-out of farmers is desired . Prof . It . T . Morgan , Wheaton , is Secretary . Write himfor full information .. —The center of the city of Birmingham . England , is being undermined by the myriads of rats infesting the sewers . The damage done to property is incalculable . In one place no fewer than 350 rats were caught in one day . —A Sacramento veterinary t surgeon has started what he calls a horse plant . He will buy up horses of small value , kill them , and by drying the flesh convert it into Hog and chicken food . The hides will be made into leather . The hoofs into heat s foot oil and the joints into glue . —An exchange prints the story that while a party of horsemen were chattering in a New York hotel during the sess...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 January 1896
1896 Words Fail Ta express the gratitude of many who despaired of help &gt; but have been cured by t Hood s Sarsaparilla , as in this I cannot tell the great value Hood s Sarsaparilla has been to me . For two years I have been in . poor health , taking medicine all the time with little benefit . In J 5 » , the winter I had ^ a severe attack of rheumatism and thought I should . never get rid of it . I read about Hoods Sarsaparilla and concluded to try . it . . Since taking five bottles I am like a new . person . It is worth its weight in gold . It will convince the most skeptical of its merits . MBS . LIZZIE SHAFFER , River- , ton , Illinois . Remember , Hood s Sarsaparilla Is the only True Blood Purifier prominently In the public eye today . $ 1 : six for $ 5 Hoods Pills a jgya . constipa - ED K . HAB 9 Y , Abingdon , 111 ., tanner Ol hides , furs and manufacturer of black cattle robes , coats , rugs , gloves , etc . Pure-bred cattle for sale . Please mention the Western Rur...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 January 1896
Better than any other : Vacuum Leather Oil . Get ,, a can at a harness- or shoe-store , 25 c a half-pint to $ 1 . 25 a gallon ; book How . to Take Care of Leather , and swob , , both free ; use enough to find out ; if you dont like it , take the can back and get the whole of your money . Sold only in cans , to make sure of fair dealing everywhere- ^ handy cans ; Best oil for farm machinery also . If you cant find it , write to . VACUUM OIL COMPANY . Rpchester . N . Y . Thoroughbred I Kegi &amp; t-ered stock DUROC-JERSEY HOGS . | KSo &amp; ttS and history . JOHN M . STONEBRAKBB &lt; Panola , Hl . 65 Poland Chinas 65 A fine lot of Pigs : tor breeding stock sired by Champion 28777 . Badger Boy 3 d 24201 , Directum , etc ., good ^ sires , and out of dams by Harry Wilkes 18991 and otherchoice boars . A good lot of practical farmers hogs , bred to suit the fancy of any ,, and money makers as pork growers . Write for reasonable prices , qualityconsidered . Address R...
AMONG HORSEMEN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 January 1896
AMONG HORSEMEN THE ENGLISH . THOROUGHBRED HORSE . General History Continued . FOR a century and a half we have care- . fully preserved the pedigrees of , our pure-bred horses , and for more than a • third of that time they have been recorded tan the Stud Book by the Messrs . Weather- * 4 &gt; y . Besides these , we have breeds suited - ¦ to the various purposes for which horses can be required , namely : hunting , hapkIng ,- light and heavy harness work on the road and agricultural operations . Each of these varieties must , therefore , be considered separately , and , at the-grand piece 4 le resistance , I shall begin with ITIIE ENGLISH THOROUGHBRED HORSE OF 1750 . . In our historical records there are sundry notices of . the importation of Spanish and Flemish horses to serve as chargers , but there is no clear account of any Eastern horse being brought into the country until the reign of James I ., when Mr . Markham , a merchant of London , sent for an , Arabian from Const...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 January 1896
j &amp; MEDICAL ^ . f TREATMENT . ^ . If you want the best expert and scientific treatment by the leading physicians and specialists oi the country , consult only JDK ,. HATHAWAT «&amp; CO ., TO 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 Blank No . 1 for men , No . 2 for women . No . 3 , Skin Diseases ^ No . 4 for Catarrh . Best of references . ; Please mention the Western Rural .
The Western Rural VETERINARY : ; [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 30 January 1896
The Western Rural VETERINARY : ; LOUSY STOCK . —I have a cow and a colt that have lice In themi What can I do to get them off ?—Perry , N . M . —Try kerosene emulsion or tobacco tea . THUMPS . —Have my pigs the thumps ? The first Indications , they seem a little stupid , either stand still or lie down and make an unnatural vibration of the flanks when they breathe . This vibration or thumping gradually gets worse for from four to six days , when they die . They will fake about half feed when they first take sick , and gradually decrease till twenty-four hours before they die , when they refuse to eat , and a white slime runs out at their nose . —H . B . Newton , Mo . —This Is a disease of the lungs and bronchi ! , which Is commonly known as thumps . See to all the hygienic arrangements that all is right . After thumps has once well set In It is almost useless to treat , but to knock the pig In the head Is the best treatment . They often live f &lt; jr a considerable length o...