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The Markets [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898
The Markets Live Stock Harket Cattle—Quotations were as follows : Fancy native steers , 1500 @ 1700 lbs .. $ 5 . 40 @ 5 . 7 o Choice to extra steers , 1 SOO @ 1500 jljS o . l 0 ( u &gt; 5 . w Good to choice steers , 1200 @ 1500 ] j , a 4 . i 5 @ o . 50 Fat plain steers , 130001600 lbs .... 4-50 @ 4 . 90 Fat heavy steers , 1000 @ 1150 lbs 4 . 40 ^ 4 . 05 Common butcher steers ......... ° - SS ] -jS Good to choice cows and heifers ., i-im . m Fair to good cows and heifers .... % 00 « 40 Poor to good canning cows ? - ? 5 S , SJ Stockers and feeders , 70001100 lbs .. S . 50 | 4 . 60 . Native veal calves , 1000400 lbs J- ™® - ™ Export bulls 3-25 @» Feeding and bologna bulls Z . W &amp; iM Best cows • • • • 3 . 00 @ 3 . 2 o Fair to good cows JSJj Canning cows . ?&amp;« Heifers HSS ^ Oxen • IfMil Bulls 2 . 409 * 3 . 10 Calves 4 . 00 ( 96 . 50 Stockers ( 500 to 700 lbs ) 3 . 00 M . 60 Feeders ( 7 £ 0 to 950 lbs ) 3 . 6004 . 00 Hogs-Quotations are as follows : Good to...
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW 1 AmL . r «\\ i ADAMS SONS &amp; KiTCHtkt Ml I IflMJO ^ ESTABLISHED . eei- , U | ^ nBV ; fKr i IflQavE S TOCK C OMMISSION ? I ¦ UNION STOCK YVRDS , CHICAGO , III 8 ., . I 111 AND UNION STOCK YARDS , SOUTH OMAHA , NEB , AND KANSAS C ITY , MO , UtUU Receipts To-Day , 9 , 000 Cattle , 22 ,. 000 Hogs , 15 . 000 Sheep Cattle flarket Steady Hog Flarket Steady at Yesterdays Decline Sheep Market Steady CATTLE Thursday , March 17 , 1898 . The receipts of cattle up to the present time this week will be about 46 , 975 , against 42 , 719 for the same time last week . Last week s total was 46 , 040 , being almost exactly the same as the receipts of previous week and the corresponding weeks in 1897 and 1896 , which were respectively 46 , 072 and 43 , 413 . The trade closed last week at about steady prices with the date of our last report , the official receipts on Friday being 3 , 202 . Monday we looked for a pretty good trade , and we got it , the run being 18 , 784 ; b...
Cured in Two Weeks [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898
Cured in Two Weeks Baraboo , Wis ., Nov . 10 , 1882 . I used the Prussian Heave Powders about two weeks and my horse is entirely cured of heaves . Yours respectfully , PATTERSON MURPHY . Baraboo , Wis ., May 30 , S 3 . A year ago 1 used Prussian Heave Powders and cured my horse . Has not shown any sifftis of them since . „ . , „„ „ , WM . CALVERT . MR . BROSIUS WINS OUT . When another than the patentee , seeing the advantage of a certain process , machine or appliance , protected by our patent laws , enters upon the manufacture of such an article or sells or causes to be manufactured or sold , an imitation or facsimile of the original , is infringing the rights of tho inventor and is amenable to action by law . Our attention has just been called to a case of this kind where one of our patrons is the sufferer . A certain concern in Michigan is manufacturing and selling a dehorning clipper which infringes the rights of Mr . A . C . Brosius , of Cochranville , Pa ., in the man ufacture...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898
K y L T ^^^^ X ^^ L ^^ X ^^^^ J ^ a ^ B ^ Bh ^^ B ^ B ^ B ^ B ^ B ^ I ^ Bl » QUAKER CITY GRINDING MILL i ^ s ^ xA &amp; ni Improved for 97- 98 . Send r all mills advertised . Keep le best—return all others . L . W . STRAUB &amp; CO . Philadelphia , Pa . t Chltsgo , III . T , e handle over ; thin j Hunted at CUo » jo offlcc , t S . Canal Street . jSM ftn ^^ b ^ « preserves the harness . BIC HsJbUsBHaEifcsV PROFITS TO ACENT 8 . ^ Also Europe s Hest Sheep Dip . Wilts to ALFKED ANDItKBKN * 10 ., Blancanalla , Man ,
Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898
DOES MANHOOD FAIL ? It may sometimes fail , owing to nervous disorders , but it is never lost , or hardly ever , except in extreme old age . What we call failing manhood or nervous exhaustion i » merely weakened power . Underneath the ashes the fire remains aglow . It requires co refuli scientific treatment to fan it into a bright flame of life and energy . Your despondency looks foolisb .-is foolish . Keeps you from getting well . It s the worst part of your sicknessTry and get over it . Try to look like a man-head up , body erect . Then do as a man should ; get help in a common sense way . But for the sake of your existence-for the sake of those dear to you or dependent on you , dont play with fire . Leave quack medicines cure-all-and-everybody nostrums alone . Go to a specialist . Go to one who lias devoted s lifetime to this one branch of human suffering ; who euros where others try and experimentMAKE NO MISTAKE-CONSULT DOCTOR SWE ANY The Acknowledged Leading and Most Successful...
Chess [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898
Chess PROBLEM NO . 110 . ] By A . H . Gansser , Bay City , Mich . Mate in two moves . PROBIiEM NO . 117 . TOURNAMENT PROBLEM NO . 11 . By Wm . Schafer . Black , 7 pieces . ~— - White ,, fi pieces . Q 7 ; 4 K p 2 ; 4 p 3 ; B 3 k 3 ; 3 S p 1 P p ; 3 p 3 R ; G s 1 ; S . White to play and mate in three moves . Credit to solvers . 4 points . Estimate the problem ; Beauty , 30 ; difficulty , 30 ; construction , 30 ; originality , 10—or less , according to judgment . GAME NO . 126 .-PETROFF-S DEFENCE . Chas . Helms beats C . S . Hartwell , In Eastern Division . A good illustration of how not to play the PetroH . —A . E . Swnffleld . 1 P-K 4 P-K 4 15 B-S 2 BxB 2 S-KB 3 S-KB 3 16 QxB ?* i3 P-Q 4 SxP ( a ) -QxSBP Q-S » , 4 B-Q 3 P-Q 4 18 Q-B 3 Q-S 5 ( d ) SSxP B-QJ ( b ) » 2 ? , Q „ , £ x £ } , 6 0-0 0-0 20 QR-Q 1 £ -QR + 7 P-QB 4 B-K 3 21 KR-K 1 R-R 2 8 P-B 4 P-KB 4 22 P-K 6 R-Kl 9 PxP BxP 23 P-Q 6 K-gl 10 S-QB 3 SxS 21 R-K 5 , P-S 3 11 PxS P-B 4 25 B-Q 4 ( e ) R-QS 2 12 P-B 4 B-KS 26 P-Q 7 ...
THE WAY TO WIN A WOMAN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898
THE WAY TO WIN A WOMAN ery and five vials of Pellets , and strictly followed the hygienic advice given by Dr . Pierce . Am happy to say it was indeed a Cure The discoverer of this remarkable remedy Dr . R . V . Pierce , is chief consulting physician to the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute of Buffals ) , N . Y . During his thirty years occupancy of this eminent position , he has had probably the widest practical experience in treating severe chronic diseases of any physician in this country . His prescriptions are famous tho world over for their wonderful effectiveness . His Favorite Prescription is recognized everywhere as the greatest of nerve builders for weak and ailing women . His Pleasant Pellets are acknowledged as the most perfect natural laxative ever prescribed . Mr . Val Burkard , of 65 Mohr avenue , Buffalo , N . Y ., writes ; Five weeks ago I followed your advice and took two bottles of Dr . Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery , and also two vials of Pellets . I am so...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898
Beware the March Wind ! Escape the rigors of the winds this month by going south over the Louisville &amp; Nashville Railroad . This line has a perfect through-car service from cities of the North to all winter resorts in Georgia , Florida , along the Gulf Coast , in Texas , Mexico and California . The Florida Chautauqua now in session at DeFuniak Springs ; six weeks With the best lecturers and entertainers , in a climate which is simply perfect . Very low rates for round trip tickets , on sale daily . Homeseekers Excursions on the first and third Tuesday . Tickets at about half Vor full particulars write to C . P . Mmore , G . P . A ., Louisville , Ky ., or J . K . Rldeely , N . W . P . A ., Chicago , 111 .
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898
The Local Paper « » ^ HHaBEssm ^ sssMcsxaK * STSrybOd ? . WO rSM tha local p » p » rs In thousands ot sltlss andtownsi cow £ s wry stato and tsrritory and tha Donlnlo * • ffiadaY Clippings snppllsd I » all !»•• «*™ k &amp;? S tiafsrial for sssars , ssrmons , spssohss , scrap nooks ft ™ , ? oni nan Dahj reports o ? rf » w ineorporav M « a £ . w indastftas , MWBMM . » . wit . r « s Mtorlnt bnslnsss . Writs ns ( or rata )! . AMEMCAN PRESS CLIrtfWO MHBAU . 154 Li Stile St . CHCaW .
Books , Magazines and Catalogues [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898
Books , Magazines and Catalogues Scribner s Magazine for March is in all respects a representative publication . Tho first feature is the first installment of the second series of The Workers , prof . Wyckoff s remarkable story of his personal experiences among the outcasts of the labor world—a story which cannot fail to exert a powerful influence in corr teting those conditions under which so many honest , willing workers are forced to wander from place to place , unable to And employment , and unable , therefore , to supply themselves with the necessities of life . Thomas Nelson Page s Red Rock is a delightful and faithful picture of the reconstruction period . * * * If for no other reason , the March Century is notable for the best short story of recent years . Bin Nix-Nutz is a story of the Pennsylvania Dutch , told in the peculiar dialect which is a strange mixture of the broadest Yankee and the Teutonic . Nothing is sweeter in modern literature than the story of the pure love ...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898
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Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898
pSdney \ Dangers \ f You dure not overlook them , The d ? mildest case of Kidney Trouble soon \ W becomes malignant , the best remedy W JDr . Peter s * Blood I \ I Vitalizer I A the old Swiss-German remedy—in con- A • i stant use for over 100 years . It seldom K f fails to cure diseases caused by imuov- 9 A erishedor impure blood or from a ills- s \ ordered stomach . \ ? No Drug-Store medicine ; is sold \ J only by regular Vitalizer agents . J ? Persons living where there are no \ V agents for Dr . Peters Blood Vita I Izer r at can , by sending $ 2 . 00 , obtain twelve B 6- S \ cent trial bottles direct from the pin- \ ¥ prietor . Thisoffercanbeobttiinedoiily r m onceby the the same person . # £ Write to DR . PETER FAHRNEY , * i II 2-M 4 South Hoyne Ave ., Chicago . d rOCC Our Mammoth catalogue of NOVELTIES Fntt i , H . POYER , 1 a IValaut SI ., SKW 1 BK , S . I . A ( fit Tf ^ ^ „„„ , _ ^ ^ . ^ sw a — Ba ^ BaV m U AT U m . U AW ^ . REMEMBER , you have on jf I STOCK-TAKING ssss t Y \...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898
1 HOIN / IF ^ IN h lf ° thnkof f * rlV / IVI ^^ W I 1 ^ 1 changing your j fr 5 rmBaHM ^ v ^ &lt; ms «^ . i ^ sm Nation remem- JJ I NrRDAsKA berthis ; Nebras- * J , 1 ^ 1 l _ LJ r . mWlWl ica - s 80 ii i 8 rich J \&gt; and easily tilled . No rocks and stumps . All grains and &lt; £ • ft fruits that succeed in other states in same latitude w Jl flourish there . The climate is well-nigh perfect , the air X 4 ) being dry and free from malaria . An abundance of pure w lj water is found . It is a great state for stock raising jff f &gt; and feeding . There is no state in the Union where &lt; f &gt; J ^ a hard-working farmer can do so well . Thousands | fj «| , of poor men have become rich in Nebraska . Farms | f &gt; Jj &gt; can now be bought on easy terms . Prices are low . A |* • I , handsome illustrated pamphlet describing Nebraska will &lt;§ , 4 &gt; be sent free on application to P . S . EUSTIS , General ...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898
nmma ^ m ^ r- We Lead While Others Follow ! &amp;^ BBBb H r \ ¥ tl / 2 ^ . n _* ... ^ - * . . &gt; - ^ _* _ thrown back with the \^ ffi *^ 7 rp ^^ ar * * **• * *~^ *»—*• RE 7 V \ E 7 V \ BER motion-of the team VRB •? - ¦ ¦ • Vjtul / - , , „ . ... . - . n • r * - * ^ ?»« = •? IDE / r * . which will positively \ lfi &amp; , ! 5 ?* . 4 &gt; 5 / SS # Send for Descriptive Circulars and Get Our make it check whetu- wtgjgS ^ jiiSsdw Prices Before Contracting . Out Junior Md Ottf Superb LaWfl LtSrJST trave 9 TO BHBT v Our Leila &amp; Pendulum Our Shoveling ^ J , r jg ^^^^^^^ L , \ ^^^^^^^^^^^^ Our Elegant Hand Our Double-Acting u ^ r ^ ^^ fli ! V ^* r ^ / Me S , thi 9 10 State Street , GALVA , ILLINOIS . ^ JmlPi RUMELY ENGINES a Supply the maximum of power t • af f Ae minimum of coat E 2 for fuel , time , nttcntion mid rcmtlrs . The tire fc 5 box Is surrounded with water , lience they are fc Z Quick steamers . The tire box Is so constructed C 3 Tracti...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 19 March 1898
m ^ g ^ mtw ^ s ^ amWm BP ^ S M ^ tf ^ M ^ H oi ^ St te ^ Sa ^ aSI A A A ft A ft A ft A O il I III ££ ,.. J-J 2 £ ...... ( illI til 1 UJX . IXLLLL » STEEL WEB PIGKE „ FENCE FOR LAWNS AND CEMETERIES . Steel Gates , Posts and Rail . Cabled Field and Hog Fence with or without lower cnhlo barbed . Cabled Poultry , Garden and KaMUty Fence . DE KALB FENCE CO .. S 24 Hlah St .. DE KALB . ILL . YOUR CLAIM is a Klondike if fenced with The Page . PACK WOVEN WIRE FENCE CO ., Adrian , Mich . # * ===== ft s ! == MF ff = s # flirt . 00 for a a L-aXJiSw MACHINE IT ^ ] 1 ? fvV jf tuwettvoy ° urownfenceof I ^—JLas ^ i ^^/ L Colled Uard Steel * i * = B * # ^ ^ r i ^ iBf Spring Wire , » ^ _ ^ ZfeiS ^ jlLy 2-JL 52 inches high , at f *^ ffir $ ^ $ rv i l 2 S cts - Per Rod . jL = £ 5 ^ $ K = ^ = i 3 ffci === 4 V 820 buy s wire for 100 Tr ^\ S 5 &gt; i 2 /» L ro &lt; fen « e . ABenU * fFS $ i = * = a * w # = a = 5 Hr WantedOatalogne Frea . I ^ LJLsiJLsajL CARTER lr _ ~ 1 rT ^ Tr Wire Fence...
The Week [Newspaper Article] — Farmers Voice — 26 March 1898
The Week Senator Proctors speech upon the floor of the senate , in which he recounted his observations and experiences in Cuba , has cleared the atmosphere like an electric storm . The humanitarian interest felt by the American people in the fate of the innocent Cubans , so cruelly and shamelessly starved and killed by the Spanish authorities , was for the time lost sight of in the presence of the fearful Maine disaster and the suspicious circumstances under which it occurred . But Senator Proctor s narrative , so calm , so awfully graphic of the horrible conditions prevailing in the land where every prospect pleases and only man is vile , has reawakened that interest , and whatever the report of the court of inquiry into the Maine catastrophe may be , the American people will not rest until the starving reconcentrados , imprisoned in Spanish trochas , or the remnant still alive , are once more permitted to enjoy life and liberty in a land of peace . Just how that result may be brou...