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THE NEW RURAL . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 January 1896

THE NEW RURAL . HOW do you like it in its new dress—new , enlarged and more convenient form ? The fact that the Rural is one of the oldest farm and family papers published is no reason why it should not keep abreast- with the times in all that pertains to progressive journalism . Some of our old friends . who have taken the paper for thirty or forty years will doubtless , for a time at least , miss the old familiar head and form , but we old folks , even in our homes and methods , have to adapt ourselves to the ideas and wishes of the rising generation . The-ox-cart had to give way to the two horse team and the horse to the steam engine , the cradle to the reaper , the reaper to the self-binder ; the tallow candle to the lamp , the-lamp to the electric light ; and so the world moves and those-who would keep up with the procession must adapt themselves to new conditions . Hereafter the Rural will have a new dress every week . The new method of setting type by machinery enables us to ...

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LIVE STOCK REPORTS . " [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 January 1896

LIVE STOCK REPORTS . T HERE is a growing . interest in live stock . Many of our readers are asking for fuller reports and more specific information . In view of theserequests , we shall endeavor during this year ( 1896 ) to present , week by week , through the co-operation of some enterprising house , the facts and figures wanted . For the present week we have before us the reports of one of the best known and most reliable firms . Most of our readers are familiar with the name of Greer , Mills & Co ., live stock commission merchants at the Union Stock Yards Chicago . Very well known , also ,, is the name of Jesse Sherwood , who has long been identified with the live stock trade and connected with some of the oldest firms . Mr . Sherwood has lately become a member of the firm of Greer , -Mills & Co ., and the combination is a strong one . If we mistake not , the firm , as now constituted , will hold a leading position in the live stock business . From their l...

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: ' A . PROSPEROUS BEGINNING . , [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 January 1896

: A . PROSPEROUS BEGINNING . , IN another part of this paper will be found a reproduction or fae-siniile of . an illustrated article describing Fair Oaks , near Sacramiento , Cal , which appeared in the San Francisco Examiner , . December 15 . This was entirely unsolicited . The paper sent its artist arid reporter up to investigate and report , both on the merits of the tract of land , the legitimacy of the enterprise and the prospects of the settlement . This article is the result . Many of the Rural readers are already interested in Fair Oaks and others expect to be . The reproduction will be of interest to all . Nosimilar undertaking has received such hearty cooperation from the press and people of California . The reasons therefor are not far to seek . They recognize , in the first place , that it is honestly conducted and legitimate ; therefore worthy of commendation : second , that the prices of land on our colony plan are reasonable and sure to advance rapidly in value . In f...

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JANUARY 9 . —DATE OF NEXT GRAND EXCUR -SION TO CALIFORNIA . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 January 1896

JANUARY 9 . —DATE OF NEXT GRAND EXCURSION TO CALIFORNIA . SO many of , the readers of the Western Rural are planningto join the special excursion to Fair Oaks , that we give herewith the time of departure from different points : Our Second Grand California Excursion will leave Chicago via the Chicago and Northwestern Railway , Thursday evening ,. January 9 , at 10 : 30 . From Omaha via Union Pacific Railway at 3 = 30 p . -m ., Friday . From Kansas City via Union Pacific , from Union depot at 10 : 40 a . m ., Friday . From . Minneapolis via Chicago and Northwestern Railway at 7 : 20 p . m ., Thursday , Sioux City , Iowa , 7 & S . &; in ., Friday , and other points as per schedule inside , arriving at Fair Oaks on Monday morning , making a three days trip only ; This is our second grand California excursion . The first left Chicago November 14 , and all connected with it had a never-to-be-forgotten delightful time . Grand ovations and receptions were given us a...

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ORANGES FROZEN IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA —BUT NOT IN REGION OF FAIR OAKS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 January 1896

ORANGES FROZEN IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA —BUT NOT IN REGION OF FAIR OAKS . D ISPATCHES in the dailies state that in the recent freeze in-Southern California , Redlandls escaped , Ontario frosted some and Riverside was as bad off as two years ago . This last , we regret to say , means a total loss of a considerable amount of fruit . Telegrams to the Earl Fruit Co ., Chicago , stated : Damage severe , but it is being suppressed by wire . But from Fair Oaks , Orangevale and Newcastle , the news is wonderfully encouraging . Capt . Geo . D . Kellogg the large fruit dealer of Newcastle , telegraphs us : Lowest thermometer has registered this winter twenty-ei ° * above ; no damage whatever . It will surprise many \ o know that Riverside is more subject to killing frost than are the fruit regions of Sacramento and Placer counties

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Dally Doings [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 January 1896

Dally Doings Thursday , Dec . 26 . —This was negro day . at Atlanta , and the exposifcon grounds were crowded- —Driven to desperation by hunger , Mans in Sonora Mexico , killed and ate three Americans . - ^ - The Dingley tariff bill passed the House , by a vote of 205 to 81 Its operation is limited ; to two and one-half years ; - _ Society women neld a , meeting and committees were appfoHnted to call for aid tor Armenia . All the funds colleclted will be given to Miss Clara garton when she goes to Armenia on the mission . of the Red Cross Society , to use as her judgment dictates . —The British sieamtr Bellerophon coahded . with and sunk the French steamer • Emile ^ tieioise , and thirty passengers were drowned-r—The building of r ™! f new ^ leships was . formally awarded 1 to the Newport News company , of Virginia . . J ^ D ® c - ¦ 27 ^ -A false alarm of fire in a Baltimore theatre caused a panic and twenty-seven people * were killed and as manv more injured by being trampled under...

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W 0 M AN- AND HER DOMAIM [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 January 1896

W 0 M AN- AND HER DOMAIM THE OLD AND NEW . We bid good-bye to passing year , ¦ We welcome in the gloria Hope s sunshine flashes o er the tear , Faith s greeting covers our adieu : Forvwbat before us lies in bliss . Perforce we grand expecting hold , The splendor of its June shall kiss—Our happy hearts with dreams of gold We let the past recede from view , \ Because the present fills its place , Because the coming hour is new , And smiles on us with tender grace : To live in beauty of God s earth Has rhapsody no voice has told ; As ¦ flowers in May , in us have birth The dreams , the happy dreams of gold Thus age is pleased and youth is glad , There s something new * or every one ; And when sad— souls are lone and - And like a stream—sweet hope runs on : The eyes : of faith are like the stars , r Her countenance sublime and bold ; For what in fleeting moment jars—- ¦ She gives us happy dreams of gold ! The dreams of gold that God has made , . Desire of man for truth and good , Pure t...

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Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 January 1896

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• HAVE YOU CATARRH ? [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 January 1896

• HAVE YOU CATARRH ? There is one remedy you can try without danger of humbug . Send to H . G . Colman , Chemist , Kalamazoo , Mich ., for a trial package of his catarrh cure . His only mode of advertising is by giving it away . Postage 4 cents . Judge for yourself . Mention this paper .

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Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 January 1896

HI ¦ If A Dialogues , Speakers ; for School , 1 * I _ A W JfcClub and Parlor . Catalogue iree . ¦ ¦¦¦ » ¦ VT . S . Denison . Publisher , Chicago IU . Wife , Mother , Sister . Does your husband , son or brother smoke or chew tobacco ? D 1 you wibh them forever cured of the filthy habit without their knowing how it was done ? If so I guarantee you a positive antiaote at little cost . Write Backus Cook . M D , originator and discoverer of this cure , room 32 , 209 State St .. Chicago , and get the facts and proofs thereof . Over 1 , 001 ) cured last year . ! 8 J§ Bfl a I0 QICQQ MADE HAPPY & f ^ BjMBJan Usin e the ROCKER WASHI R , \ 11 jT pPi ^ 4 Warranted to wash a familyf 1 I ^^ SST gV . washing of 100 PIECES INc i ,. ^ Xfc ~ ONE HOUR , write for prices toj 1 igeneral and live local agents . Address } fr-i ^ xxw ^ JffiiJiS J ^ A J E iUl ^ J !! i ^ Northwestern University EVANSTON AND CHICAGO ,. ILL . The University has a College of Liberal Arts , * School of Medicine , Sch...

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NATURE ' AS A CHILD'S TEACHER . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 January 1896

NATURE AS A CHILDS TEACHER . Rev . Charles H . Parkhurst , D . D ., writes upon Memories of Our Childhood , Homes in- Ladies Home Journal , and emphasizes the necessity of surrounding children with bright pictures and cheery furnishings , as the mental photographs they maike in early years arte the ones that never fade , but last and remain vivid 1 through life . Nature , too , has a big part to play in the teachings of the youth . ¦ It takes a good deal to make a good home , writes 1 the forceful leader and teacher . It needs something even besides father and another , and an open fire , and the cat on the hearth . The first element in the home is the house itself , which needs to be distinctly different from any other house in sight . Then there needs to be some land around a house before it can be real homey . It gives playroom for the eyes as- well as for the feet . A wide range of solemn woods will do more for a child , in a week than yellow bricks and dirty paving stones willd...

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THE GERMAN COMPOSERS—RICH -ARD WAGNER . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 January 1896

THE GERMAN COMPOSERS—RICHARD WAGNER . Wagner and his great musical works have been brought to mind by the revival of German opera in America . Americans are in-debted--for this . treat to . Walter Damrosch , who went to Europe and engaged his singers at a very great expense . Rose Sucher is called the greatest singer of Wagnerian music in the world , while Max Alvary is one of the leading tenors ( although mercilessly criticised by tike Chicagpi press ) . Johanna Gadv ski , Marie Brema , . Rothmuhl and Lange are also considered fine in their several parts and to our largest cities were given the honor of hearing these singers of the old world . The contest has been long and bitter be tween Richard Wagner and the Italian school of today . It may be news- to many that Wagner was not simply a musician but was one of the few examples where massive scholarship and subtle analysis have been united r to creative genius . Why then should he not stand preeminent ? Music of itself can not exp...

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PRACTICAL HINTS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 January 1896

PRACTICAL HINTS . A little flour dredged over the top of a i . cake will keep the icing from running . Fruit cakes and plum puddings are better if baked several weeks before they are to be cut for the table . Heat the knife quite hot before cutting -fresh cakes ; otherwise a cake that is beautifully , light and flaky may be made quite heavy . Whites of eggs may be beaten to stiff broth by an open window when it would be impossible in a steamy kitchen . A little salt will also hasten the process . In roasting meats and fowls , when ^ it i ? necessary to turn them a spoon should be -used instead of a fork , as the latter pierces -the meat and lets out the juice . Fruit cake can be preserved for a long time by placing it in a box with ari apple , . and keeping in a cool place . If the apple -shows signs of rotting , it must be replacedby a good one . In preparing stale bread to be dried in the oven , then pounded and sifted for • crumbs , the process will be much easier if the bits of ...

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ITEMS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 January 1896

ITEMS . —Queen Margharita of Italy , has become an authoressv She is an expert mountain climber and has embodied her experiences in a book which is shortly to . be published . It . is to be illustrated with pencil sketches made by the distinguished writer . —Koch s tubericulkie , which has been cast in the shade of late by Dr . Rouxs antitoxin , now turns up again as a remedy for insanity . Professor Wagner Von Jauregg of Vienna has experimented 1 with it for four years , curing many patients and improving the mental and physical Condition of all on whom it was tried . . • , —Delicious muffins—One quart of flour , two eggs , separately well beaten ; one tablespoonful of sugar , a little over a pint of milk , and salt ; then add three teaspoonfuls of yeast powder . Beat well and bake . in small pans . —Ambrosia : —Pare and slice half a dozen sour oranges , lay in a glass bowl , sprinkle with sugar and spread with a layer of cocoanut ( grated ) , over which sprinkle more sugar . —Vass...

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Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 January 1896

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Our Young Folks Corner [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 2 January 1896

Our Young Folks Corner MY KITTY . By A . M . M . My kitty , ah , ine , Did ever one see Another gray kitty So full of his glee . A marble he rolls , And a soft rubber ball , To him is the nicest Plaything of all . Be rides in a box With the greatest delight , If the children will draw him From morning till night . He eats raws potatoes , And nice pop corn , too , And taffy of all kinds He gladly will chew . But stands on his hind feet ; And digs with his claws . At his mouth for the taffy , That sticks on his jaws ; Butfo ^ all he has trouble Thfit vexes him sore . He wont give up eating , • And still mews for more . He is striped like a tiger And acts like one , too , Unless we are careful , ;; Just what we all do . If his beautiful tail We happen to touch , He at once lets us know , We are presuming too much But if softly and gently We smooth his soft fur , He repays us by giving ; A : low , happy purr . Although full of his antics He still loves his ease , And the best place to t...

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