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AGRICULTURAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 11 April 1868

AGRICULTURAL Selections and Condensation ! Expenses and Profits of Hop Culture in Wisconsin . Hop culture is receiving unusual attention in the West this Spring , especially In some parts of Wisconsin . Most remarkable profits have been made by some parties . As an illustration of this we extract the following from a pamphlet issued by Messrs . RAMSEY , MACKEY & YOUNG , of Reedsburg , Sauk Co ., Wis .: Going from Reedsburg to Kilbourn City , byway of Catholic Church road , about four miles out from Reedsburg , is a hop yard . lt is situated just at the edge and under cover of the woods , and on a slope gradually inclining to the South . No person passing this road during the months of July or August , 1867 , the least interested in the hop question , could have failed to notice this yard , and at once recognize this description . The thrifty , healthy , and bright appearance of the vines , the scrupulous care observed in their cultivation , the uniform size and length of...

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vfiTra ^ A [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 11 April 1868

vfiTra ^ A Conducted bu A . J . Murray , relerinam Surgeon , 265 Beaubien St ., Detroit , > Mich ., ( Lalt Prof oar in Boyal Agricultural College , Cirencester , England . ) Unsoundness of Horses , ROABTNG . —A horse is called a roarer when he makes a much louder noise than natural when being trotted or galloped . The increased sound in breathing is produced by a narrowing or contraction of some part of the respiratory tube . This kind of unsoundness may be temporary ,- or permanent . It may be merely temporary when the horse is suffering from laryngitis , or bronchitis , or it may be permanent from a variety of causes which will afterwards be explained . Paralysis of the nostrils may occasion this disease , as their partial collapse diminishes the aperture for the passage of air into the lungs ; when , in consequence of inflammation , any part of the . membrane of the respiratory tube becomes v thickened , this also produces roaring . • It is sometimes occasioned by tumo...

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HORTICDLTDRflL . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 11 April 1868

HORTICDLTDRflL . The Bed Astracnan Apple . This fruit , which has proved so hardy in the Northern States , was , with the White Astrachan , introduced into England . from Sweden , in 1816 . It is probable that it originated in that Province of Russia on the shores of the Caspian Sea whose name it bears . It has probably been cultivated in Northern Russia , Denmark , and Sweden for many years , and In . these countries has acquired a hardiness which renders it adapted for high latitudes in this country . The tree rows vigorously and begins to bear early ; ft is liable to split through the trunk when the bead becomes lofty , and on this account it should be kept low . While the tree is young an even distribution of the branches should be established , so that the trunk may be shaded from the sun , and the fruit divided evenly over the tree . It is a very beautiful apple , and its richness of cplor is heightened by a bloom on the surface of the fruit . The latter is middle-sized , roun...

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§ mt $ th toitamu [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 11 April 1868

§ mt $ th toitamu Edited by a Practical Housekeeper . , To Make Yeast That Will Keep . I saw In your paper of March 21 st a request for a recipe to make yeast that will keep . Having found many valuable recipes in your paper , that benefited me much , and hoping to help another of your correspondents , I send the following , which I have used , for several years , and found very good : One pint of hops to one gallon of water ; boil the hops in a bag ; peel twelve good potatoes , and boll with the hops ; when done , take them out , mash them , and sift through a colander ; add the water they were boiled in , and one cup of sugar , one cup of salt , one table-spoon of ginger , one cup of good yeast ; stir all together and put in a warm place until raised ; keep in a jug , corked tight ; use one teacupful for every three loaves . This will keep three or four months iu a cool , dry place , in Summer , and for any length of time In Winter . Miss MTNA . Jackson , Midi . Take one large han...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 11 April 1868

^^——Z _ Z _^_ Z _——Z ___ . ZZ _______________ 1868 . ^ Field , Garden and Flower Seeds . HOVEY & NICHOLS Illustrated Catalogue of Seeds for 1808 now Beady . C 5 ENT POST FKEE to our regular correspondents ~ —to all others on receipt of 16 cents . Let the farmer and the lover of flowers remember that tlieir labor is entirely llirown away if the seed planted isnolofthe verybettquality . B _ f Seeds In paper , or by the ounce ( Peas , Beans _ 0 and Com excepted ) sent b y mall free of postage , when the order amounts to one dollar . Or All moneys may bo sent at our risk and cost . TTE 0 Our beautiful Catalogue contains over one hundred pages , printed In now typo , and Is profusely illustrated . 03 S _ 3 N 3 D FOR _ V COPT . _ 8 It will bo found to bo tho most complete compendium for the Farmor , the Horticulturist and tbe Botanist ever issued in tho West . 83- SB 3 S-3 D FOB A . COPY . «« Address HOVEY it , NICHOLS , Horticultural and Seed Warehouse , 235 No . 67 Btaio St ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 11 April 1868

BRANSONS IMPROVED FAMILY BAND LOOM , AS MADE BY US , contains LESS QEABISO and does more different kinds of work than any Hand Loom in tho world . It runs either backward or forward . It throws tho shuttle , treads the trcadloB , beats up tbe cloth , winds the cloth on the cloth beam , and lets the warp oS tbe way beam , all by turning a crank . The Shed is Perfect , ns it never remains closed . Tho cloth is porfectly even , whether Ught or heavy . Froni fifteen to thirty yards is a days work with the loom . Send two stamps and get A Picture of the Loom , 12 by 14 , circulars , samples of cloth , etc . Address BRANSON _ RUSSELL , 437 Office , 108 Lake St ., Chicago , IU .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 11 April 1868

New and Rare Vegetable Seed . AS THE ORIGINAL INTRODUCER of tho Hubbard Squash , Marblehead Mammoth Cabbage and many other new and rare vegetables , I offer to the public my new Seed Catalogue for 1868 . It contains over two nundred varieties of vegetable seeds over one hundred ot which I have grown on my three seed farms , where I have had over fifty acreB in seed the past season . I not only grow the standard varieties but make new and rare vegetables a specially . Catalogues gratis to all . I offer a rare opportunity for tho public to procure their seed direcdy from the grower . Allseed warranted to be fresh and true and to reach each purchaser . JAMES J . H . GREGORY , 189 Marblehead , Mass .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 11 April 1868

JBEOVEY & c CO ., GROWERS AND IMPORTERS , And Dealers In Seeds Of Every Description . OUR new Spring Catalogue and Illustrated Guide to the Garden for 1868 , containing 152 pages , and descriptions of more than 2 , 600 species and varieties of Garden and Flower Seeds , Novelties , etc ; tho most extensive ever published in tbe country , is now ready , and will bo sent by mail , on - receipt of 25 cents , about half the cost . Address , HOVEY _ CO ., 2 S 6 53 North Market at ., Boston , Mass .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 11 April 1868

RASPBKRRIES . -Doollttlc Black Cap Raspberries , at $ 2 . 00 per hundred sets , or $ 20 . 00 per thousand , delivered at the depot . All orders addressed to DOANE & WHITBEOK , 247 Box 477 , Battle Creek , Mich . MERICAST POMOLOGY .-By DR . JOHN j A . WARDER . This long-looked for volume of 1 Dr . Warder is issued , and will be mailed to any ad- I dress , postage paid , on receipt of tho price , $ 3 . 00 . D Every fruit-grower shond have the hook . Address , WESTERN RURAL OFFICE , Chicago . . . J

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 11 April 1868

Early Goodrich and Harrison Potatoes . DIRECT from tho Goodrich farm In Now York State . Early Goodrich , $ 4 per bush . ; $ 8 per bbl . Harrison , ( 6 per bush . ; $ 12 per bbl . HOVEY -NICHOLS . 236 67 Stato Street . RAPE-VINES I CHEAP I l-Ooncori , good , $ 25 to $ 40 per 1 , 000 . Hartford and Diana , $ 60 to $ 85 per 1 , 000 . Ires Delaware , Iona , etc ., etc ., equally low . Circular gratis , S . J . ALLIS , 282 North BaBt , Pa .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 11 April 1868

^ BHT FREE .-CATALOGUE OF CHOICE . Flower & Vegetable Seeds M . OKEEFE . SON - CO ., 245 Seedsman and Florists , Rochester , N . Y . HOP 81 HOPS ! HOPS ! If OP ROOTS . For Sale by , D . B . _ E . O . RUDD , Hop Growers , 602 Reedsburg , Sank Co . Wis .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 11 April 1868

Pennsylvania Garden Seeds . A FULL ASSORTMENT of tho finest quality mailed to applicants on receipt of cataloguo prices . Country merchants and dealers everywhere supplied in packages suitable for immediate sales . B 5 T Our Almanac for 1808 , with monthly hints , mailed on receipt of stamp . AddresB , MAUPAY , HACKER _ CO ., Seed Growers , 240 Nos . 803 _ 805 Market St ., Philadelphia , Pa .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 11 April 1868

ROSES ! VERBENAS ? Grapes and Bcii * ic „ ! BI-JDING ^ LANTS ! T ARGEST STOCK AND ASSORTMENT WEST VSS ~ All in want will do well to send thie e red stampB for our thrco catalogues . 276 F . K . PHOENIX , Bloomlngton , 111 .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 11 April 1868

HOP PI-HITS—Enough to p lant an acre for $ 12 ; Surprise Oats , weighing 4 s IDs to the bushel , yielding from 126 to 160 bushels per acre , $ 1 per quart ; $ 6 per peck ; $ 20 per bushel . Wine Plants of the Chinese Myatt Lfnneas specio of rhubarb ; grow lamer , more tender , forpleB , aud make a better medicinal wino than any rhnbarb yet discovered : $ 60 per 1 , 000 ; $ 10 per 100 , or 15 cents each . Sherry , Elderberry , Port , Tomato , Rhubarb , Currant , Blackberry , Strawberry and White Wines , $ 1 25 to $ 4 00 per gallon . All orders—0 , 0 . D ., or caBh advanced—promptly filled . Address N . A . EATON , Hinsdale , Dupage Co ., 111 ., or JONES , ELLINWOOD _ BRADLEY , 171 Lake street , or HOGAN - KIMBALL , 13 Dearborn , street , Chicago , 111 . 296-

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 11 April 1868

WM . __ t LYMAN , IMPORTER OF CHOICE Flower & Vegetable Seeds , A DESCRIPTIVE Catalogue of Seeds , Bulbs and Plants for 1868 , sent free to an address . Also , o Circular of Fruit Trees , Grape V nes , etc .: one of Vegetable Seeds . Sent Free I Sent Free t Sent Free J WM . H . LYMAN , . Seedsman and Florist , 99 Maiden Lane , N . Y . City , andLeverctt , Mass . 291

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COHTENTS OF THIS NUMBER . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 11 April 1868

COHTENTS OF THIS NUMBER . t Ajfrlcultural . — The Hop Plant and Its Culture . . . . 117 • Custom HOMO Wool Examination 117 The Long and tho Fine Wool Sheep 117 Harrowing Corn . .. • HZ The Cottage System , 117 Trial of Plows .... 117 Wheat in Kentucky 117 Expenses and Profits of Hop Culture in Wisconsin 118 Sheep Husbandry ... » 118 Cultivation of the Osage Orange Hedge 118 Dairying and Raising Calves ....: 118 Weight of Manure 118 Value of Manures 118 Promoting tbe Soil from the Bun s Bays 118 Agricultural Items 118 Hlohlgan Agricultural Convention •—120 Minnesota Btato Fair 120 Michigan Agricultural Collego Lands ljw Alsike Clover -- }?» Disease In Hogs JJO How Long to Milk }*> HopLlee _ —••}*> Sugar from the Soft Maple ... -LM Sorghum-Growing Again - }•» Hints on Spreading Seed ..... 121 Horticultural . — The Red Astracnan Apple 1 M Dwarf Box for Edging . J 1 J » Cultlvatton of the Quince ...... 110 Cincinnati Horticultural Society HO Fruit for Northern Iowa...

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LETTERS , lNQ , Um _ -B , ANSWERS . Etc . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 11 April 1868

LETTERS , lNQ , Um _ -B , ANSWERS . Etc . Altlike Clover . —Will some of your numerous readers or correspondents Inform me where the alsike clover seed can be had , and at what prices , and whether It will do well on rich clay loam in Michigan , and how much seed to the acre should be used , and at what time it should bo sown 1—D . Higbie , Shiawassee Co ., Mich . —Wo do not know of any one having this seed for sale . We have received several inquiries for it , and there would doubtless be . a considerable demand for the seed if advertised . Wo hope some of our readers will answer the questions asked above . The plant is very favorably spoken of by many persons and will doubtless prove valuable . Disease in Hogs . —If S . M . Preston will give bis hogs arsenic , it will cure tbem in a short time . The difficulty is caused by worms [ either in tho stomach , intestines , or under tho spine , near the kidneys . I have seen hogs attacked in pens and in pasture . There 1 B no risk in giv...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 11 April 1868

Offices : 80 and 83 Washington St ., Chi cago . and 1013 Jefferson Ave ., Detroit .

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" Trial" Snbsoriptions—Ene Offer . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 11 April 1868

Trial Snbsoriptions—Ene Offer . TriaV Subscriptions . —Any one wishing to take THE WESTERN BUBAL on trial , will be furnished with it for six months for $ 1 . 00 . dEfTo any present subscriber , ( or member of the family ot a present subscriber , ) who will procure and forward subscribers on trial ( sis months at $ 1 . 00 each , as above , ) we wi . l send , postage paid , for each lame , a copy of one of the following volumes from our Book List : Illustrated Register ot Rural Affairs for 1868 . Fuller s Strawberry Culturiet . Squashes , and How to Grow Them . Onion Culture . Or , instead of either of the above , either of the following works of Charles Dickens . They are bound in paper , and • each volume Is complete : David Connerfield . Barnaby Rudge . Pickwick Tapers . Nicholas Nickleby . Dombey — -Son . Martin Chuzzlewit . Sketches by Boz . Our Mutual Friend . Oliver Twist . Bleak House . Great Expectations . Little Dorrit . American Notes . No Thoroughfare , Hard Times . Someb...

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Michigan State Agricultural Convention -Discussion on Fruit Culture and on live Stock . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 11 April 1868

Michigan State Agricultural ConventionDiscussion on Fruit Culture and on live Stock . Mr . Sterling , of Monroe , was acquainted with the Concord , Isabella , Delaware and Catawba grapes . His soil appeared to be too cold for the Isabella , and also , for the Catawba . He found the Concord very hardy , and considered it the best grape for Michigan . He had no more trouble In preparing the soil for his vineyard than for a crop of corn , and in a few years he had four tons of grapes per acre in one season . The Delaware succeeds well with him , and he esteems that variety very highly . His land Is within two miles of Lake Erie . He picks his Concords quite early in September . Wire for trellislng an acre costs about $ 80 . Considers three tons of grapes a fair average . Mr . Baldwin , of Pontiac , had some experience in cultivating the Isabella , and had found it very hardy and productive . Mr . Alexander , of Troy , said he set out 150 vines last Spring , four feet apart one way and ...

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