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WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW GRAIN MARKETS . - „ M Chicago , Feb . 4 , 1896 .- Wheat was the mainstay of all the other markets yesterday . It was generally firm and &lt; 4 * I &lt; jS 9 d .-at . an advance : Early in the session the ¦ tcaad of prices was downward , May selling off . -sreffy-nearly tlciperibu from where it closed Sat- «« 5 day . iThere swas no especial reason for this preakness , except the advance of over 2 c the ^ isssrious business day . That advance was ¦ nmther a rapid one aud it was argued that there -aftoght naturally to be . a reaction . This was realized to the extent noted above . Then sentipajmt changed and the price began to move up wtttd did not stop only here and there until it iseached the . call price , going from 66 % c for Jfajr -to 6 S % c , and closing at G 8 % c , or l % c over Saturday . July iu the meantime sold % @ y 2 c tuttder May , closing at 68 c , or % c over the last previous business day . . KH corn only a moderate business was ...
Page 33 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
Oil Ifl OATMaO , HO 08 AID 8 HI £ P OHP ^ BUNKERS COCHRAN r LIVE STOCK COMMISSION , Union Stock Yards .... CHICAGO [ Established 19 T 1 . ] Square treatment and satisfaction guaranteed . We sell every man s stock fairly on Its merit * and give him as good treatment whether he ships us one oar or a hundred oars . Proceeds remitted Immediately . If you have stock to ship , write us description for best advice on the market , free . ¦ ¦» . RBFBRBNmi ! : Natiotin . 1 T : 1 ve Stock Rank . Chic «« 0 » Please mention the Western Rural . /
BOOK REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
BOOK REVIEW APGARS TREES OF THB NORTHERN UNITBD STATES . —Their study , description , and determination . For the use of schools and private students . By Austin C . Apgar , Professor of Botany In the New Jersey State Normal School . Nearly 500 Illustrations , cloth , 12 mo . Price , $ 1 . New York and Chicago American Book Company . THERE is great value to the well-drawn and accurate illustrations of leaf , wood , limbs , cones , etc . To know about the common things , those we see every day and to be able to become interested In them and to interest others , young and old , is a great benefit . The book before us , accessible to all from its low price , is calculated to effect this desirable result . M is well said of this systematic little volume that it is a hand book to the trees of its locality like Gray s well-known Manual of Botahy to the other plants . It furnishes a complete key to the wild and cultivated trees found east of the Rocky Mountains and north of the southern bo...
Page 34 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
Wisconsin Farmers institute Bulletin No .. 9 is now ready for distribution . Fifty thousand * S 5 ^ £ ft ? d .- , A 32 rPage hand book of agriculture . Treats of Dairying , Horse Breeding . Sheep Ind Swine husbandry , Potato Growing . Market Gardening , BbacP Making , etc . No farmer should be without it . Freeat Wisconsin Institutes . Mailed to Wisconsin farmers for 25 cents for cloth bound conies and 10 cents for paper covered copies . Sent outside of the State for 40 cents for cloth bound copies and 25 cents for paper covered copies . Address ! £ 2 GEO . McKERROW , Supt ., Madison , Wis ^ Please mention the Western Rural . To m y . ^ . \ MJ from Chicago ^ over the .. . - Santa Fe Route . TThe California Limited is a new , strictly , first-class fast train , yes * tibuled throughput ; lighted by Pintscb gas , and running from Chicago to LoaAngeles and San Diego in three flays ; tp &gt; San Francisco , three and a half days . Through compartment and palace sleepers , chair ...
QUERIST COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
QUERIST COLUMN NO NAME . —BELOIT , WIS;—Enclosed find • One dollar . Please renew my subscription to Jan ., 97 . HMAGNET . —Where can I get a good magnet ? —James Moses , Wis . , - * ¦ —J . Wilkinson &amp; Co ., Chicago . TOBACCO . —Are the following firms reliable ? Imperial Tobacco Co . ; Sterling Cigar Co ., and Superior Cigar Co ., Chicago .- ^ Earlville . — -Dont know them . COMMISSION . —Are Hough &amp; Shearman , commission merchants , 264 South Water street , • Chicago , all right?—H . H . Northrup , Wis . —We so consider them . PHYSIOGNOMY . —What publishing house furnishes Redfleld s Physiognomy?—A Reader , Neb . , . . ¦ —A . C . McCIurg &amp; Co . can get it for you . DOMINION CO . —1 . Is the Dominion Co ., -Chicago , reliable ? 2 . What do . they sell ? - ^ -Sub- ¦ scribers , Lynnville and Atlantic , Iowa . —1 . Do , not recommend . 2 . Subscriptioi books . NO NAME . —The following letter is a sample • of many which we receive : Inman , Kan . Dea...
Page 35 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
REAL ESTATE BROKER ROSELAND , LOUISIANA . Tazea Paid for Non-Residents . Titles Examined , A General Real Estate Business Transacted . 1 Sent to Me Gets 9 « $ 1 . 75 . &amp; M 1—Farm , Field and Fireside for one year to a M A new subscriber . Sk V 2—A 60 c copy of Business ; or . How to Reach &lt; W and Talk to the People . Postpaid . M / 5 An ideal little manual . g | V 3—A 25 o copy of the Chicago Daily News Al- * W manacfor 1896 . Postpaid . ¦ -9 ft The best of its kind . &amp; jfc I can guide young people to a business and a &amp; y business education combined . If you wish W U further particulars inclose in your letter to me u V a self-addressed and stamped envelope . &lt; 2 E . M . PRATT , g / 5 332 South East Ave ., : : Oak Park , 111 . \ / j Self Help Supplies . X &lt; r * ¦ ¦—¦ ^ _ Morgan County , Col . Morgan County ls NOT way out on th * frontier . pont allow any idea of that sort to take possession of you . Nothing could be...
cr of ; NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
cr of ; NOTES . s . ~ iF ?^ il offee ° P Venezuela amounts , to ? 15 , 000 , Opo a year in value . The average crop is 60 , 000 tons of coffee . Twothirds of this product is exported , mostly to England . Maracaibo is one of the centers of trade ; Maracaibo coffee is known everywhere . —The Orange Growers Association of Redland , California , has decided , to send with every car of fruit an absolute guarantee of freedom from injury from frost , claiming that false representatives in eastern papers have stated that damage has been done in that locality .
IOWA SILVER MINE CORN . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
IOWA SILVER MINE CORN . This latest novelty in corn , which we illustrate below , cannot , fail to interest our readers , for it has many strong claims as the best field corn ih existence : For eight years one of the best corn experts in America has been selecting and improving it until its Ideal shape , size and characteristics have been established . Last spring it was offered to the Iowa Seed Co ., of Des Moines , who are very prominent In the seed corn business , and after a full examination they purchased the stock for $ 1 , 000 . 00 . Samples were sent to about twenty-five prominent corn growers , and they unite ln pronounc ing it the best corn ever offered . Stalks are of medium height , every one bearing one or two large sized ears . The ears are uniform in size with very deep grain and small cob ? and it matured last year in 95 days . Twenty ears of it won $ 95 . 00 in premiums at one fair , including sweepstakes over all other varieties of any color . It produces immense c...
Page 36 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
| f | F YOU WANT Jf THE -BEST GARDEN in your neighborhood this season - PLANT OUR FAMOUS j all of which are described and illustrated in our beautiful and entirely New Catalogue for 1896 . A new feature this season is the Free delivery of Seeds at Catalogue prices to any Post Office . This «« New Catalogue we will mail on receipt of a 2-cent stamp , or to those who will state where they saw this advertisement , the Catalogue will be mailed Free ! 1 PETER HENDERSON &amp; GO . j p ^ 35 &amp; 37 Cortlandt St ., New York . J 1 Please mention the Western Rural . ¦ * - . - , \ ** For catalogue and prices write to THE HOWE SCALE CO ., Chicago , St . Louis , Cleveland , Minneapolis , KansasO . i &gt; m &gt; i &gt; ni &gt; iaii &lt; miiiM ) iiiMN &gt; i » i » t &lt; ii &gt; iff Market Gardeners Recommend j ¦\ Matthews &amp; New Universal Model Hand ? I • Seeding and Cultivating Implements • I i A dozen st...
Page 36 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 6 February 1896
TO SUM IT „ ™ v 3 III nn Rock Island ! ALL s UP CORN V I m . ffTEi » PUNTER : I 1 TyJBfc | ^ J ^ j d j Xj—Wh &amp; a more good features 1 9 VsrsEi m I JnflV * than can be found in 11 1 mflMr *¦ UKM /^? , any other three on the i r A innlr ^ VTHRMI cular and find out all f A v / iU T lHlKji about it before con1 \ fcB : itf ^ MJtiH ^* clud cof what * ° buy ¦ 1 th ^ S ^^ IP R ? ck Islaml Plow Co .. &lt; COME BAR &amp; ATNS-Knee Pants , 14 c ;; Mens Jean »^ Pants , 49 c ; Flannel Overshirts , 19 c ; Smoking tObao1 ri 1 wtri 0 c » ; i ?^ r ^ ni ^ 89 l ! l Send for Price-list . ? C . A . WILlsARDCO ., Wonewoc , WlsT IflWA FARMQ for sale on crop payments , 10 per •¦ ¦¦ J , ¦ HHIIIU cent cash , balance U crop yearly I nntil paid for . J . MULHALL , Waakegan . Dl . Bottom Farms Cheap . Six choice Ninncscafc bottom farms , well improved , SSSii ? S 52 . W 8 f 5 0 m Cheney , Kan . ( R . B . station ); graded school , flouring miU , creamery , three churches , two hardwa...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 13 February 1896
HESTERN HRURAL «* pE * M « WEEKLY ; . * ! fs : A A ^ 5 = 1 ^ - &lt;; ^ s ^ -- «« rer-= ^ THE EDITORIAL OUTLOOK— * U \ W News Comment-s 215 ? New Cabinet Office Proposed . 228 : - An Idiotic Argument 228 What has Cheapened Land ..- . . • 228 Help the Needy . 229 Our Own Merchant Marine 229 ( Daily Doings 229 i HERDS , FLOCKS AND DAIRYI The Conceited Cow—Poem 210 Condition of Range Sheep . 216 Canada Cheese Factories 21 ( 5 Questions Answered 216 Mules for Farming .. • 217 Teaming . 217 Barn Notes . . .... 217 The National Duroc-Jersey Association 218 The Best Barn . 218 Questions Answered . 218 Electricity and Horseshoeing . 219 AMONG HORSEMEN—Condition of Range Horses . 220 F . J . Berry &amp; Co . s Midwinter Sale 220 VETERINARY—Bad Wire Cut . 221 / Mastitis from Bruise . 221 Osteo Parosis in Pig . 221 , FARM , GARDEN AND ORCHARD- ) . Publications of U . S . Dept . of Agriculture .. .. 214 I Some Comparison of Prices . 222 • Cassava Culture . 222 The Grange—Its Miss...
Farm . Garden and Orchard — [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 13 February 1896
Farm . Garden and Orchard — PUBLICATIONS OF U . S . DEPARTMENT- OF AGRICULTURE FOR DECEMBER , 1895 . Washington , D . G ., December 31 , 1895 . Note . —The Department has no list to whom all its publications are sent . The Monthly List of Publications will be mailed to all applicants . For the maps and bulletins of the . Weather Bureau requests and remittances should be directed to the Chief of that Bureau . -The publications mentioned below to which a price is attached may be obtained of the -Superintendent of Documents , Union Building , Washington , D . C , upon the payment of the price thereof as fixed by him in accordance with the provisions of sections 61 : and 67 of the Act providing for the public printing and binding , and , the distribution of public documents , approved January 12 , 1895 . • ¦ _ . Applications for other publications should be -addressed to the Secretary of Agriculture , Washington , D . C . . . Please advise the Department of any change of address . The W...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 13 February 1896
Many a free man who is sick would willingly change places with a healthy convict . . ¦ _ . man might as well be shut out of en joyment one wa 3 as another . If he is shut up in a cell he cannot engage in active pleasures He cannot see the beauties of nature and art , but he cat I imagine them , ani so get some benefi [ from them . % : £ man who is sicl has these things before him , but s he doesn I see them as they exist . He cannot look on anything with appreciative eyes ., , His physical condition warps his vision and his mentality . He cannot enj oy anything , no mattei how enjoyable it maybe in the abstract . A man with a foul taste in his mouth , with a bilious headache , and with poisonous , refuse matter circulating all through hisrhodycannot enjoy anything . He honestly believes that the world is all wrong , and that it is a mighty poor place to be in . He is blue , despondent , cynical . Life isnt worth Hving to him . Such a simple thing cause , this condition that it is ab...