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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898

If you see an advertisement in the National Rural and Family Magazine it is reliable .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898

A Tandem . I What woman / in all the wide world would not be glad to be a tandem foi two happy , healthy , v prattling babies ? i ) When Nature ¦( - ^ whispers the I j TNsweet assurance —4 >> in a womans — - $ year that soon a J- » -S *\ little stranger p * T-KMi- ^_^ - ^ ^ rrz will come to ^ •¦ SS ^_ 23 r caress with ^^ ^^ ^•¦ • ^ baby fingers her cheek and neck , she makes the fondest preparations for its arrival . Everything that a woman s dainty taste can imagine is provided for the new-comer s wardrobe . Nothing is overlooked save one thing , and that one thing is the most important Too many mothers forget that baby s strength and health , its ability to withstand the usual ailments of childhood , and its vigor and welfare . as a man or woman , are dependent upon * her own health and physical condition during the period of prospective maternity ; ^ If , , during that critical , time , she is weak , sickly , nervous and despondent , because of troubles pecu...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898

EVERY SUCCESSFUL farmer who raises fruits , • vegetables / berries or grain , knows . by experience the importance of having a large percentage of Potash in his fertilizers . If the fertilizer is too low in Potash the harvest is sure to be small , and of inferior quality . Our books tell about the proper fertilizers for all crops , and we will gladly send them free to any farmer , GERMAN KALI WORKS , 93 Nassau St ., New-York . U fl I i n A V GOODS oi tr . f , it d f ^ HULIUAlS ^ SFDFP Write I we sell the best and clieanc . vt . Ill 1 I Quick . I S-ccial Holiday Catalogue ! Ilkk Boston Store ^ V ^ r ^ i ^^ Chicaso HiGH ^^^ iiep IT FDprp ARM . SfRF Ml Ot II r * KE _ l __ — JLLL-ZZ IU - ™ w days n y ° ur own honiohefore paying Iffi ^ lirT ^ pr ^ v ^ r ^^^ avv cent in advance ; shipped anywhcre . to (_ fln ^ _ VBH ^^| s |; tnyone for 30 day test trial . We risk you FSarat * . . jSStjigpGO White Star Machine . S 22 . 01 ) HsRs ! V ^—!< 7 UV ¥ ^ vvl * su Pearl Machine .... S 8 ...

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CURRENT AFFAIRS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898

CURRENT AFFAIRS business directly by the government . In the ease of railroads ; telegraphs and many kinds of business undoubtedly the government will conduct the business as in most European countries : This is an application of the principle of co-operation in the-larg-est way . Germany is trying to draw away our gold . See Trend of Prices , page 1522 . > A / little stock jobbing was attempted by deceiving the public arid , falsely securing the endorsement of the Associated Press agent iri Paris on a statement that the president of the Spanish Commission had refused to continue the peace negotiations . Melville E . Stone , tbe much-respected General Manager of the Associated Press in our country , has made a statement of the facts in the case . - . . The Alabama legislature voted $ 500 for a sword for their honored son ,- Lieut . * -Hobson of Merrimac fame . It would have been better to have founded a scholarship fri some good college or established a fund for free beds...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898

Published Weekly by the Howard & Wilson Publishing Company , -MADISON and FRANKLIN STS ., CHICAGO . Gen . C . H . Howard , Jas . W . Wilson , MANAGING EDITOH . * BUSINESS MANAGED . Subscription rates , one dollar a year of 62 numbers . Single copies five cents ; Advertising rates made known on application . It . S . THAIN , Manager Advertising Department . All communications should bo addressed NAT IONAi BUltAt-AND JB \ AMII / y MAGAZINE , Chicago , 111 . , EASTEKN OFFICE ( for advertising department only ) : Frank S . Smith , 47 Times Building , New York . Entered at tbe Chicago Postoffice as Second-class matter .

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Protect Our Citizens [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898

Protect Our Citizens A TELEGRAM from Cincinnati reports that Bishop Cranston s family had been mobbed in the streets bf Pekin . TheBishop was formerly pastor of the Trinity Methodist Church in Cincinnati and at one time official head of the Methodist Boole Concern . The Bishop had preceded his family at Pekin , and his family , consisting of his wife and three daughters , were proceeding to join him under the care , of Dr ., Lowry . The party was attacked in the streets by a mob who seemed to be excited -by the recent political changes and particularly the rescinding of the emperor s reforms . Stones were hurled and Dr .-Lowry s rib was broken ; fortunately by the bravery and vim of Dr . Lowry in the use of a club and in facing , down the mob , the ladies were spared any serious injury . It was no fault of the mob or of the Chinese officials in their inefficiency that the entire family , including Dr . Lowry , were not massacred . Would this have been done . to British citizens ? Or...

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Figures That Lie [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898

Figures That Lie ATA HE Economist , one of the papers particularly devoted te I advocacy of the single gold standard , is liable to be mistaken in its figures . Of course we admit the infallibility of all gold-standard organs as to the principles of finance . They • know it all . They know that gold is the one stable article in the world ; they do not need to learn of expert economists nor scientists , nor even statisticians cf their own faith as to the desirabil- ity of bringing all nations to the British standard—if such statisticians , like Gifford , plainly and frankly admit that gold is as certainljrvariable as any . other product of the mines or the soil . It is doubtful if the Economist would admit the validity of any argument founded on any facts and figures produced by Gifford or Delmar , or Mr . Moreton Frewen or of the late General Francis A . Walker , provided it were known that they had declaredthat gold were riot absolutely stable . But , when the Economist says in an ...

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"Yellow Peril " [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898

Yellow Peril THE following letter from Sir Moreton Frewen , the eminent English financial writer , will be of interest . to our readers . In view of the live question of the hour ^ the question of expansion , and the upbuilding of our Asiatic trade ; tlie suggestions contained in this letter will be doubly important : My Dear General Howard : Thank you for your letter of the 24 th ultimo . I recall withmuch pleasure the occasions when we met during the interesting days of 1896 . That the silver question is dead I am assured by a number of respectable gentlemen who hail mostly from the neighborhood of Indianapolis . Be it so ! | Le roi est mort , vive le roi , and were silver as dead as • Julius the course of events upon the Pacific coast would alone resurrect it as the leading issue , during the next few years . What about Hawaii , the Philippines , and more important still to all your Pacific coast industries , what about the development of railways , of that vast anthracite coal f...

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Payment of Coin Debts in Gold and Silver [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898

Payment of Coin Debts in Gold and Silver I NASMUCH as the misunderstanding or falsification of : the position of our respected contributor , Mr . John A . Grier , author of the book , Our Silver Coinage , is but a sample of a reiterated slander with reference to most consistent and conscientious bimetallists , to the effect that they favor the repudiation of contract obligations , we take the following letter from our correspondence pages and insert it here in the place of . editorials . Mr . Grier states clearly and succinctly the legal status of silver at this time and the claim , in which all American bimetallists agree , that the government should treat all its coin debts as payable either in gold or silver , according to the letter and intent ot the law ; but no bimetallists , to our knowledge , advocate the payment 01 debts contracted to be paid in gold in any other coin or currency . To the Editor : In a late issue in a monthly publication of Chicago called Sound Money , a fa...

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RURAL AFFAIRS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898

RURAL AFFAIRS Edited by W . B . Lloyd . Indian Corn at Paris , I NDIAN corn is to be adequately represented at the Paris exposition . Representatives of the American maize propaganda recently called on Commissioner Peek in the interest of this particular product of the west . It wns agreed that a good exhibit of corn and cereals at the exposition would benefit the . export trade . Clark E . Carr , of Galesburg , president of the propaganda ; B . W . Shaw , secretary ; Senators Bogardus and Dunlap and Colonel Parker , of Quiricy , were present at the conference . Commissioner Peck assured the visitors that he would impress on the agricultural department of the commission , soon to be organized , the importance of such an exhibit . Mr . Peck will confer wth the secretary of agriculture before he fully organizes the new department .. but is anxious to get it well started immediately . The gentlemen asked Mr . Peek for enough space in the agricultural pavilliori to erect a corn palace ....

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Fattening Steere for Market [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898

Fattening Steere for Market By Prof . 0 . F . Curtiss . THE problem of beef production . is constantly presenting new phases , and certain profit is , no longer Insured from simple methods . The market demands 1 have ^ radically : differed . withiri the past few years , and the conditions affecting production are constantly changing from year to year In various sections of the beef-producing territory . On this account no inflexible rules can be established for growing , fattening or marketing beef cattle that will be applicable in all sections or at all seasons . There are , however , some well-established principles ! that operate under all conditions and must be reckoned in all feeding operations . Prominent among these is the superiority of good blood ln determining the excellence and value of the finished product . The dlstinctioris and discriminations of the market are constantly becoming more and more marked . The products of skill and excellence are everywhere sought at remu...

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To Ohio Wool Growers [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898

To Ohio Wool Growers J UDGBWILLIAMLAWRENCE , Bellefontaine , Ohio , president of the National Wool Growers Association , and also of the Ohio Wool Growers Association , is outspoken and fearless in denouncing any one or any thing that he considers detrimental to the interests of wool growers or the wool industry . He is just as fearless and earnest in advocating any measures that he thinks will advance them . In an address before the Ohio Wool Growers Association at Columbus . September 1 , 1898 , he used some pretty plain-language . Following is a synopsis of the address . ? * * GENTLEMEN of the Association : The chairman of the executive committee of the Ohio State Grange recently said : Farmers in Increasing numbers and earnestness are insisting that in the distribution of the rewards of labor , the adjustment is against them . They have made but little effort to improve the conditions . Everything can be done if they will take advantage of the principle of organization .- The ma...

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" ^ " ¦^ -. UU-. ^ iJ How I Make a Beef [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898

^ ¦^ -. UU-. ^ iJ How I Make a Beef By Fred V . Stowe . Mr first step is to get the well bred beef steer of an excellent quality . For his care and comfort , I givehlm-tlie-. best of facilities in the way of water , feed lots , shelter ,, etc . - For a long feed I prefer . tbe short horn ; a two-year-old , weighing about 1 , 000 lbs . in the fall , • keeping- him through the winter , so he will spread and grow nicely , making a gain or 200 lbs . by the time he strikes grass . In Hie winter I feed almost exclusively on shock corn ,:-with au occasional feed of clover , Hay , and nice bright sheaf oats for * a change ana appetizer . After they go on grass 1 feed husked ear corn broken once ; the last four months adding oil cake to their feed . FRED V . STOWE . My feeding period is from ten to eleven months , with the expectation of making a gain of 050 to 700 lbs . Chicago weights . Everything in the way of feed must be of the very best and cleanest , also the purest water . Would , es...

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A Dog That Helps . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898

A Dog That Helps . Gyp is a California dog that certainly does her part to keep . the world moving . Her owner built a dog-motor—that is , a machine for pumping water for the cattle . When Gyp was put to work iri this dog-motor at first she did not know what to do . She ran so . fast that she became exhausted and had to be lifted ; out . The next time she did a little better . After a time she would slip into the motor and start to work . of her own accord . - At first she would pump the water until it ran over and out of ., th e .-pipes ,. but , sh a does not do that now . She watches the tank ,- and when it is full she stops . When she goes to the motor . she looks in the trough to see how much must be pumped , and goes to-work . • As soon as the water has reached the right level she stops . When Gyp sees the cattle coming , she immediately goes to the drinking-trough . and . if it is not filled she starts to work ; and the remarkable thing is that she stays in the . motor to be r...

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Farmers and Railroads [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898

Farmers and Railroads By F . W . Moseley . Farmers cannot get along without railroads and certain it is that railroads would be poor property were it not for the farmers . The interest , of . railroad -. companies -and farmers-are ,-or should . be . mutual .. i , There should ^ beagood understanding : at all times -between . tliemr . One sbouldriot wrong or attempt to wrong the other . On the other hand , each should champion and guard the-interests of the other as-occasion-may-require . It must be admitted , however , that the farmer has little opportunity to wrong the railroad , while the railroad has abundant opportunity towrong the farmer by demanding excessive charges for the transportation of his products . One does not need to try hard to rememb e r when railroads were prospering , drawing the corn crop of Nebraska and some other western state , while at the same time the money that the farmer got out of the same crop hardly paid him for drawing it from his farm to the railro...

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Game Laws of New York . . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898

Game Laws of New York . . W HEN , game may . be sold on the markets of New York : Quail—November 1 to January 1 . incluSlVGi Woodcock and Grouse-August 16 to January 31 ,. inclusive . . ^ Vild Fowl—September 1 to April 30 , inclusive . • ., „ , ¦; Plqver , snipe and olher birds—September 1 to April 30 , inclusive . Deer or Ycnison—August 16 to October 33 , inclusive . ___ Black and Gray Squirrels , Hares and Rabbits—October 15 lo . February 15 . inclusive . , , EXTRACT FROM THE STATUTES . Quail—When not to be possessed , see sec : lion 73 ; Quail shall not be sold or possessed except during the months of November . December and January , but possession thereof during the month of January is forbidden and shall bedeemed a violation of this section unless it be proved by the possesor that said birds were killed within the lawful periods for killing the same , or outside the state . Woodcock and Grouse—When not to be possessed . Section 75 . —Woodcock , ruffed grouse , commonly known a...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898

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New Chicken Cholera Cure [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898

New Chicken Cholera Cure A CORRESPONDENT in the Farm News •* *¦ ¦ gives liis experience as follows : When your July number reached me 1 was having an awful time with chicken cholera , and after reading the article on that subject on page 10 I gave up . I had three . birds affected vat the time 1 and-con-fined in coops , but when I read the article . • Treatment of sick birds is not to be recommended under any circumstances . I gave them up and turned them out to die . Two of these died of cholera , the other had rheumatism and is still alive . The next day the deaths were up to the average , which was from two to five a day , and I was rapidly losing all my fowls . The next day two more became affected and I grew desperate . What should I do ? I read that article again and decided to segregate them and : go to experimenting . I put them into clean coops , gave them , clean ,: pure water , and the first place I entered was the family provision ; store room , and about the first thing...

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International Poultrv Exhibition at [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898

International Poultrv Exhibition at St . Petersburg THE IT . S . Department of Agriculture has received notice through the . Department of State from Count Cassini , Russian Ambassador , that the Russian Society of Bird Dealers will hold an International Poultry Exhibition at SI . Petersburg from the 13 th to the 28 th of May , 1899 . Exhibitors will be granted reduced , rates for their exhibits on all Russian railroads , and free entry for same on condition that thev be exported from Russia within two months after , the close of the exhibition . The exhibits are to consist of nine classes as follows : Domestic birds : domesticated wild birds ; pigeons ; singing and exotic birds ; fattened poultry and killed fowl and game ; products of poultry keeping ; ap-paratus-and accommodations for breedinsr . guarding , fattening , and transporting birds ; models of poultry-yards , incubators , etc . ; medical , hygienic , antiseptic , and feeding articles ; and photographs , nests , stuffed b...

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