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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
1896 Kidney Complaints when discovered should have immediate attention if the person expects to live . . It is one of the most dangerous of diseases . A mild case soon turns to an aggravated one if neglected . The best jemedyis Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalizer -the old Swiss-German remedy—in constant use for over one hundred years . It seldom fails to cure diseases caused by impoverished or impure blood or from a disordered stomach . No drug-store medicine ; is sold only by regular Vitalizer agents . Persons living where there are no agents for Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalizer can , by sending $ 2 . 00 , obtain twelve 35-cent trial bottles direct from the proprietor . This offer can only be obtained once by the same person . Write to DR . PETER FAHRNEY , « a and 114 So . Hoyn * Av :, CHICAGO . I THE KEYSTONE ffl JpEHORNERffl &lt; S Cute clean on all rides-does not crash . The EnS Upmost humane , rapid and durable knife W ^ TB ® made , fully warranted . Highest World s ¦ ® J « « A J ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
Long-lasting and good-looking leather comes of using Vacuum Leather Oil . Get a can at a harness- or shoe-store , 25 c a half-pint to $ r . 25 a gallon ; book How to Take - Care of Leather , and swob , both free ; use enough to find out ; if you don t 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 , Rochester , N . Y . TC . ^ CAYKsItAXAJS Friend , Neb . Fine stock • sales a specialty . Have made over 800 sales and will guarantee satisfaction . jEJJ Please mention the Western Rural . ^ ThoronBhl » red Registered stock DUROC-JERSEY HOGS . ! Scgtf 3 K and history , JOHN M . STONTSBRAKimTPai . ola . IlL Please mention the Western Rural . . ^^ HRSRSPQKft TJBMBHIBS , Chatter white , ^^ E ^ n »« ifrtam &gt; A sS » Jj Jeriey Bed and Poland China tjg ^** E 2 £ 2 ^ jEmriQS . jewey , Oneraiej Md i ^ ljH ^^^^^^^^ V H...
AOT AMONG HORSEMEN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
AOT AMONG HORSEMEN THE ENGLISH THOROUGHBRED HORSE—ORIGIN . . CONTINUING his history of the English thoroughbred horse , Stonehenge , in Horse , Stable and Field , says : We may , therefore , conclude that the origin of the thoroughbred horse of the present day is to be laid in the following strains : 1 . Native mares used for racing and bred from Spanish and English strains , ttie former most probably descended from the Barbs of Morocco . . 2 . Markham s Arabian , imported in the time of James the First , but proved to be good for nothing , and most probably there is now not the slightest strain of his blood extant . 3 . Place s White Turk , extensively used , and to him most of our best horses can be traced , through Matchem . 4 . The Three Turks , brought over from the siege of Vienna in 1684 ; 5 . The Royal Mares , imported by Charles II ., who sent his Master of the Horse to Levant specially to procure them . These also are mentioned in all the best pedigrees . Various other hor...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
^ MEDICAL ^ r TREATMENT . X If you want the best expert and scientific treat ; ment by the leading physicians and specialists Of the country , consult only BB . BLA . THLaLWATf dfc CO ., TO Dearborn St ., Chicago , 111 . AH Chronic Diseases of men and women , Private , Skin . Blood and Nervous Diseases . Cases treated by mail all over the world by sending for Symptom Blaitft No . 1 for men , No . 2 for women . No . 3 , Bun Disease * No * . 4 for Catarrh . Best of references .
VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
VETERINARY • SCRATCHES OR GREASE HEEL . —I have jeen several inquiries of late in our paper for cure for scratches or grease heel on horses . Here is my cure : It is dry wheat flour applied twice a . day . It will dry the sores up in two or three days , i have never known it to fail . — C . M . Conger , Iowa . BLEEDING WART . —My sow had a big bunch come on her neck , the size of a quart cup . It # tuck out like a wart and was always bloody . There didnt seem to be any hide on it . About four weeks ago it dropped off and left a big gear . It seems to be healing up now . —V . R ., Nebraska . —The tumor was doubtless a wart and after gaining to a certain size the nutrition was shut off and consequently it dropped off and will probably heal all right . If it does not heal , touch it down with lunar caustic . CAKED UDDER . —My cow dropped her calf Jan . 6 th , and her udder seems to be hard and a little sore . There isnt any fever in it . The cow is in good health and gives a good flow ...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
J &amp;^ s \ ilRC fiHF AP POTATOES iffWjjHIai- UrlLrtr OATS and CORN ( II \ \\ mw ! r but no cheaper comparatively . They are a vjy ^ SSSss reliable standard vegetable , and the grower ^ SsssSjj ^ W 7 who has the skill and soil to produce a good # crop every year will make it pay in the end . NOWISTHETIRfiETOSTAYIN while prices are lowest . The seed plays its part . The right kind , with a 90 per cent growth , is a good start . This list contains the leaders , and the seed has been grown from pedigree onions , picked out for seed each year . The . crop will be like them if grown right . PUt . Oz . J £ -lb . lb ; ^^ Red Wethersfield .. 5 c . 15 c . 35 ct $ l . oov JM Yellow Danvers .... 3 c . 7 c . 20 c . . 58 . ^ iM KSSsL Yel * Globe Danvers 5 C IgC . 30 c . I . OO : mWM ! w §^\ Large Red Globe ... 5 c . 15 c . 45 c . 1 . 40 (/( I ml J Early Red Globe ... 5 &lt; J . 15 c . SOC 1 . 7 S mWb \\ wM / Extra Ely Flat Red 5 c . 15 c . 45 c . 1 . 50 x l | P ir Large Yellow G...
Farm , Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
Farm , Garden and Orchard COTTON GROWERS MEET . THE convention of cotton producers , called by President Hector D . Lane &gt; f the American Cotton Growers Protective Association to take action to effect v continuation of decreased acreage , met nt Memphis , Tennessee , January 21 . Fully ., 000 delegates were present . The report of the committee on resolut ions was unanimously adopted . It declared that the overproduction of cotton ? educes the value of that commodity far jelow the cost of making it , and continued : The southern cotton growers are masters of * £ e situation . The crop of 1895 being less than ^ , 000 , 000 bales renders it entirely feasible , by a urther and reasonable 1 reduction of acreage during the present year , to materially advance « ke value of cotton , and thus insure a safe and substantial profit that cannot fall to bring Increased prosperity to the south , not only as the mmedlate result of such profit , but by enhancing the value of our lands a...
QUESTIONS ANSWERED . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
QUESTIONS ANSWERED . In this column we will try to answer the questions on sheets of paper that have nothing garden or orchard , if our readers will ask their questions on sheets of paper that has nothing ¦ on them about other matters . Please write upon only one side of the paper . —Agricultural Editor . —H . Montagne , Iowa : There are so • many good wind mills made that we would not presume to name the best one , but you will not be disappointed in the Goodhue made by the Appleton Mfg . Co ., Batavia , 111 . Write them for styles , prices And full particulars . r-. J . S . Bonham , Idaho : You can get artichokes for a start of J . P . Vissering , Melville , Madison Country , Illinois . The new rutabaga , all gold , is a good one for table use . You can get seed of John A . Salzer Seed Co ., La Crosse , Wisconsin , at 20 cents an ounce or $ 1 . 00 per pound . —Joe Wais , Wisconsin : Zanite Co ., S D . Kimbark , agent , 74 to 84 Michigan avenue ; Northampton Emery Wheel Co ., 20 S ...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
GRAPEVINES Small Fruit Plants . _ Old and New Varieties . Warranted extra strong . None Cheaper . Bend for Catalogue . EUGENE WILLETT &amp; SON , Norlh Collins , N . T . Please mention the Western Rural . H CDCC Prepaid . 11 TnCC catalogue and hints on spraying . / THE COMET // AU Brass are best ; sells on sight . Sprays 1 / from bucket or barrel . 50 feet . You want it JM , for your orchard , vines , and plants . I want Wjf agents . Write today . ^ H . B . RUSLER , Johnstown . Ohio . U . S . A . Please mention the Western Rural . £ ^ m ^ . ffi ^ finoo PPT 7 T 7 Q x [ f ^^^^^ y ovtr— in rjxiLiEiO ^^ BaLWL ^ f ^ j ^ THB BE .. ACRE op CORN - ^ l ^ ^ ^ i ^ ^ ^ mM ^^&amp; hW ^^^^^ . - ^^ or our lar 8 e 100-page catalogue , giving full ^ I ^ P ^ IKP N ^^^ MKl ^ M ^ r ^^^^ K . particulars . Contains 400 illustrations , handsome ^ llmfflffima ^^ colored plates , and it describes all the best- ^^^^ m ^^^ m ^ Mw ^^ tMi ^ B ^ iMfKt ^^ kinds of farm seeds . Also all tbe best no...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
S « I TNT FARMER s : »»^ £ .. r I milll L . I 1 U Kay Fresa « fe WaterWheela DBLOACH MILL MFG . CO .. 364 Atlanta , Ga . • ummmiaiiiiiiiiuiiuaiiimuimauug 3 It is not Sweet Potato Vines Za You want—but —¦¦¦¦ Z | Sweei Potatoes j 3 Our Vineless Cold Coin Prolific Sweet Z 3 Potatoes are Marvelous in Yield and • Z u cheapness of production , and superior in qual- Z 5 ity . The Indiana Farmer , our home farm •» j Paper editorially highly endorses them . 5 . ] 600 BUSHELS PER ACRE 3 Is a Small Yield for them . Z 3 We tell you all about them in our handsome g 3 new catalogue which we will mail CDBB - * if sent for at once nKl * Z 2 No garden will be complete without them . Z j Have them to sell to your neighbors next year . ¦• : THE HUNTINGTON SEED CO . E ; INDIANAPOLIS , IND . E * • fTHHWmfWfntWWWWWWrTmfTWYTTl
FLORIDA EXCURSION POSTPONED [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
FLORIDA EXCURSION POSTPONED Owing to adverse action of Southern Passenger Association , for fear of interfering with the tourist traffic , we --have been compelled to postpone our low-rate special train excursion to Green Cove Springs until Tuesday ; March 3 . Meanwhile , those who have made their arrangements to go on February 11 and cannot change them , can get arate , of one fare ; plus $ 5 , round trip to Everett , Ga ., and pay lobal fare thence to Green Cove Springs , Fla . Tickets on any route via Cincinnati or Nashville . Special low-rate excursion to Sunny South Colony , North Carloina , Tuesday , March 10 . . _•¦¦ Special excursion to Fair Oaks , Calif ornia , Thursday , March 5 .
CUBAN RECOGNITION . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
CUBAN RECOGNITION . P ROBABLY there is not one well informed reader of the Western Rural but who will gladly say Amen to the Morgan resolutions in favor of Cuba , passed by the United States Senate . They are a plea in a friendly spirit to Spain to maintain the humane usages of modern warfare . It is not very difficult for Spain to revert to her old historic cruelties—those that characterized the middle ages . It is due to the situation of affairs in Cuba , says the Morgan report , that Spain should recognize the existence of a state of war in the islands , and should voluntarily accord to the armies opposed to her authority the rights of belligerents under the laws of nations . Senator Cameron submitted a minority report declaring for a recognition of the independence of Cuba . Many of our people believe the time is ripe for this more advanced action . The Cubans have been crying for liberty and independence for forty years . . This time the revolution has nobly been maintained for...
A TARIFF PRESSURE . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
A TARIFF PRESSURE . W ITH international bimetallism as a subterfuge to escape meeting the demand of the people for a restoration of silver to its place as a coin of ultimate redemption ) equally with gold , we have no sympathy . But where honest and honorable friends of silver ,- patriots who have attested their love for their country in more ways than one , put forward a plan to combine all the other nations except England , or as many of them as possible , and then force the minority by some legitimate method into a monetary policy of bimetallism / for the world , their suggestions ought to receive serious consideration . It has been suggested that the United States , France , Germany , Russia and Austria join hands in a bimetallic movement . England would , of course , stand apart . London is the money center of the world , the exchange clear inghouse for all international commerce . Without the cooperation of England , the timid ones say &gt; no lasting success could be ...
ALL THREE FOR SILVER . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
ALL THREE FOR SILVER . WH ILE knocking about California last November wc met three gentlemen on the train going from Los Angeles too San Fra ^ lican governor , who has beenpiominient inevery republican * convention : since Linpoln wasv nominated . Another a prominent democrat from Georgia , and thethird a democratic sheriff from a Texas county . The president s ! annual rhessage having just been issued , the topic ; of conversation torned uponit and qukkly d On this subject we foundour opinionsharmonized . All agreed that the only solution of the problem ahd . the only relief for the prevailing distress to which the producing classes are subject , must be through the avenue of bimetallism . The democrat from Georgiawasvery emphatic upon this subject and furthermore said : I was so born and reared , and am . by instinct a democrat , but have severed my allegiance to the party to this extent—that I will never again vote for a president , member of congress , or state legislator who is...
A BOOK FOR EVERYBODY . * [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
A BOOK FOR EVERYBODY . * THIS is one of the most powerful and readable books ever puibliished on the subject of our nation s financial policy . The author first became interested in the subject by a study of the diiffei ^^ between farm val * ues and other values . He noticed that while other values increased seventeen-fold in forty yearsy farm values only increased four-fold , and that the last few years have seen an actual decrease . He saw that our government officials were attempting to conceal these facts , and this led to a * A Few Financial Facts . Being a series of Kindergarten Lessons om the S 5 ! ver Question , with over Sixty Illustrative diagrams , by &amp; A . K &amp; ig . Howard &amp; Wilson Publishing Co . Paper , 2 % cents ; closer investigation . The results are most convincingly portrayed in the book before us ., - Mr . King proves every statement he makes by reference to the original documents and his words may be relied upon as accurate to ...
Daily Doings [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
Daily Doings TUESDAY , JANUARY 28 . —Sir Joseph Barnaby , the well-known musician and principal of the Guild Hall School bf Music , London , died . —Leading divines in London circulated a . petition urging a permanent tribunal of arbitration for all English-speaking people . v —Potter Palmer , of Chicago , put forward as a candidate for ambassador to the court of Wilhelm II ., made vacant by the recent death of Ambassador Runyon . —General Miles was before the committee on coast defenses and estimates that proper defenses for our seaboard would cost $ 80 , 000 , 000 for fortifications and guns alone . —Twenty-five survivors of the J . • W . Hawkins , which was 5 wrecked off Long Island Monday morning , were landed at Vineyard Haven , Massachusetts . It is claimed that the boat was bound for Cuba and was loaded with munitions of war . WEDNESDAY , JANUARY 29 . —General Arthur C . Ducat dies at his home , Downer s Grove Illinois . —Milwaukee street railway sold to W . N . Cromwell , of...