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WHY HE WAS SILENT . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 13 February 1896
WHY HE WAS SILENT . Jules was the very acceptable courier of a small party of Americans traveling in Europe last summer . He was an accomplished linguist , and , in the line of profanity , when needed , he was a perfect Napoleon . On the way over the St . Gothard pass , for some distance the train moved along opposite a tremendously high precipice , over which a tiny stream flowed , almost losing itself in mist before reaching its course below . Jules informed the party as to its peculiarities and retired . Later on , a traveler told the Americans a story about certain fish in that stream to the effect that when they came to the edge of the precipice they , curled themeselves up , put their tails in their mouths and rolled down like so many hoops . Curious Jules never told us that , said one . I think Ill speak to him about it . And he did . Why didnt you let us know about those fish , Jules ? he afked . Hadnt you heard the story ? Yes , I had , said Jules , but I dont neffer tell z...
AGRICULTURAL PATENTS , [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 13 February 1896
AGRICULTURAL PATENTS , ISSUED DECEMBER 3 , 1895 . 552 , 225—Allen , John W ., St . John s • Ohio . Planter attachment . 552 , 411—Brown , John R ., Eau Claire , Wis . Insect-powder distributer . 552 , 314—Browhell , Henry A ., Flint , Mich . Plow . ; ¦ . ¦ . • ¦ A / • 552 , 096-Burnsh . re , John J ., D-iyton , Va . Baling-press . •&gt; :-. C • 552 , 492—Cazier , Perry H ., Nashville , Mich . Sickle-grihdiiig machine . 552 , 275—Conner , George F ., Racine , Wis . Thrashing-machine . . 552 ^ 107—Drown , &lt;&amp; ierrill J ., Baraboo , Wis . Cattle-stall . l : r 552 , 169-Drown , Merrill , J ., Baraboo , Wis . Cattle-stall ; • ; 552 , 241--Emerson , Samuel G ., Tweed , Canada . Hay-sling lofck . 552 , 430— -Funk , Frederick , Warsaw , Ind . Ditchingrplow . .. 7 . ¦ • 552 , 120--Gillis , Ezra L ., Orr , Ky . Churn . 552 , 432—Gordon , Ira F ., Traverse City , Mich . Hand-plan ter . . , 552 , 434—Harman , Samuel W ., and F . AH . Romans , Bentonville , Ark . Se...
Page 27 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 13 February 1896
P ChU-lieAter * -. iiRllisb Diamond L Brand . ENNYBOYAPILLS ~&lt; K *** v Original and Only Genuine . A \ V-f JTV \ S * FE &gt; slways reliable , LADIES ask _^\ fif l T *** Y-M Drn 8 i 5 8 t for Chichester a English -Dia-iVVX f g &amp; ilgm ^ MSBimond Brand in Red and Gold metalliovUSr _ X - »» ^ B » 3 bole 8 » sealed with blue ribbon . Take \ Hr ^ &lt;^^ w | no other . Refuse dangerous siibstitu- V / ~~ ftf tions and imitations . At Druggists , or send 4 c W XJy in stamps for particulars , testimonials and &gt; \ C * K * Relief for Ladles . in letter , by return — \ ^^_ AT Mali . 1 «&gt; . 000 Testimonials . Name Paper . _ ^ - ^ / Chiehenter Chemical Co ., Madlnon Snuare . -tUbj all J . oc-1 Druggists . Philada .. Pa . Please mention the Western Rural . PATENTS . Lu DEAJfE « fc SOW , Solicitors of Patents aud Oounaellors in Patent Cases , McGUll BulldlnB , - Washington , D . C . ( L . Deane , late Principal Examiner IT . S . Pat . Off...
' - I - . a . WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 13 February 1896
- I - . a . WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW GRAIN MARKETS . ¦ • • •* ¦ ¦ . I * . „• ¦¦ - • Chicago , Feb . 11 , 1896 . Yesterday trade and interest centered in -Wheat , which was active and weak , though it closed with a good share of the early decline • recovered . Opening figures were 66 % @ 66 % c , • old down to 65 % c , and closed at 66 &amp; c bid . July , was % @ y 2 c under May , with only limited -trading ,, closed at 66 % c . Some little business In June at May prices . The cash demand was • excellent , somewhere around 200 , 000 bu : being ¦ old . -Some made it 216 , 000 . It is known post tlveiy that there were 193 , 000 . The bulk of it was winter to interior millers in various htates . The price was 2 @ 2 % c oyer May when ; in store and 2 % t @ 3 c when f . o . b ., location having some thing to . do with the figures paid . Four cities — • Chicajgo , Minneapolis , Duluth and New York—liold 55 , 582 , 000 bu of the total ; vMbl . e ^ -66 , li 9 ,- • 000 . Last year they h...
' GENERAL MARKETS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 13 February 1896
GENERAL MARKETS . BUTTER . —The market was fairly steady for . strictly fancy creameries , but it was quiet and * as * y for ail the other descriptions . The re 1 . ceipts . continue free , there being apparently no let up to the * movement . Local consumption is good , but the outside demand is of a restricted Character and the market on the whole is in an unsatisfactory condition . There is more or less • fresh and sweet stock on the market , not of high flavor , and uneven in color , and for this . class of goods there is no demand , excepting at • very low prices . Quotations follow : Creameries , -StglSV-iC ; dairies , 8 @ 16 c ; ladles , 7 @ 12 c ; packing stock , 6 @ 8 c ; grease , 4 @ 5 c ; roll , 6 @ 8 c . . BEANS—Are ruling quiet and steady . Quotations rule as follows : Pea beans—Hand picked , • sacks included , $ 1 . 06 @ 1 . 08 ; fair to choice , cleaned , 95 c @ $ 1 . 00 ; common to fair , not cleaned , • 80 @ 00 c . Mediums—Hand picked , $ 1 . 03 @ 1 . 05 ; fair to ch...
VEGETABLES . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 13 February 1896
VEGETABLES . Beets , new 25 @ 40 c per doz . Celery , home ^ grown , 15 @ 25 c per doz . Cabbage , old , homegrown , per brl , 75 c @ $ 1 . 25 ; Holland , per ton , $ 20 @ 28 . Carrots , new , 35 @ 40 c per doz . Lettuce , home-grown , leaf , 75 c @ $ l per case . Onions , red , per bu , 25 @ 32 c ; yellow , 32 @ 38 c ; per brl , 75 c @ $ 1 . 25 ; Bermudas , $ 2 . 75 per bu . Oyster plant , 20 @ 35 c per doz . Radishes , Louisiana , 2-3 bu boxes , 50 c @ $ l . Parsley , home-grown , 25 @ 35 c per doz . String beans , Florida , 1-bu boxes , wax , $ 3 . 50 @ 4 . 50 ; green , $ 3 . 50 @ 4 . Squash , per doz , 50 @ 75 c . Turnips , new . 80 c @ $ l per bu box . ; Spinach , per bu , 30 @ 50 c . Tomatoes , Florida , $ 1 . 50 @ 2 . 50 per 6-basket crate . Turnips , rutabagas , 19 @ 24 c . PRICES OF BUTTER AT ELGIN . . _ .,: • Elgin , Illinois , F . b . 10 . More than 1 , 000 tubs were on sale , Seventeen cents were bid on all lots as soon as of fered . This bid was soon raised to 18 cents ...
LIVE STOCK MARKETS BY TBLBfiRAPH [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 13 February 1896
LIVE STOCK MARKETS BY TBLBfiRAPH New York , Feb . 10 . —Beeves ^ -Receipts , 4 , 24-J head ; opened active ; 5 @ 10 c h . gher for tt er- * and oxen ; cows and bulls steady ; closed weak ; steers , ; common to choice , $ 4 . 10 @ 4 . 70 ; oken , $ 3 . 00 @ 4 . 00 ; bulls ,, $ 2 . 65 @ 3 . 25 ; cows , $ 1 . 50 ^ 3 . 30 ; cables lower ; refrigerator beef , 6 y 2 @ 7 y 2 c ; American steers , 9 @ 9 % c dressed weight . CalvesReceipts , 241 head ; market 50 c higher : : veals , $ 6 . 00 @ 9 . 00 ; fed , calves , $ 3 . 50 ^ . 3 . 75 . Sheep and Lambs—Receipts , . 8 , 958 head ; opened active , 15 @ 25 c higher ; closed lower ; sheep , common to prime , $ 3 . 00 @ 4 . 12 y 2 ; choice wethers , $ 4 . 25 ® 4 . 50 ; culls , $ 2 . 50 ; lambs , $ 4 . 50 @ 5 . 62 V 2 ; one car extra . Ohio lambs , $ 5 . 75 ; , late sales / $ 5 . 40 @ 5 . 5 i &gt; , for prime to choice . Hogs—Receipts , 10 , 337 head ; firm , $ 4 . 50 @ 4 . 80 ; pigs , choice , $ 4 . 90 ^ 5 . 00 . East Buffalo , N . Y „ ...
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH . v [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 13 February 1896
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH . v Following were the closing pr . ces In other cities to-day , February 11 : Wheat—New York—February , 73 % c ; Maroh7434 c ; May , 72 c ; July , 71 % c St . Louis-May , - 65 % c ; July , 63 c . Duluth—No . 1 noithern , caah , 59 % c ; May , 62 % c . Minneapolis—No . 1 northera , cash , 59 % c ; May , 60 % @ 60 % c ; July , 62 % c . Bal- ; timore—February , 73 % c ; May , 72 % @ 73 c . Toledo—Cash , 73 y 2 c ; May , 74 % c ; July , 70 % . Mil- •&gt; waukee—Cash , 62 &amp; c ; May , 65 % c . DetroitCash , 73 % c ; May , 74 % c ; July , 70 % c . CornNew York—February , 36 % c ; May , , 36 % c ; July , 37 % C St . Louis—Cash ; 26 % c ; May , 26 % @ 27 cf July , 28 % c . Baltimore—February , SStgSSH *; , May , 33 % @ 33 % c . Oats—New York—February , 25 % c ; March , 25 % c ; May , 25 % . St . LouisMay , 20 % c .
Page 29 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 13 February 1896
HI Jill CATT ^ B . H 068 AND SHBBF MP ^ BUNKER &amp; COCHRAN . - __ LIVE STOCK COMMISSION . Union Stock Yards .... CffilOAClO [ Established XSTl . ] Square treatment and satisfaction guaranteed We sell every man s stock fairly on its merits 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 . • ¦ ¦&gt; ¦ ^ wp-BRBNnn ! : National Live Stock Bank . Chicago . Please mention the Western Rural .
BOOK . REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 13 February 1896
BOOK . REVIEW ^ H -lfL PERPETUAL ADORATION ; or THB CHAPLAINS OLD DIARY . By Rev . Josepk v F * wn £ h 9 loth » * 1 - 255 paper , 50 cents . Boston : The Arena Publishing Company . M ORE and more as the years go by . the records , whether in form of memoir , diary or story of those who actually participated in the Civil War , are coming to be prized . They are beyond estimate in value to the historian . This is an extremely interesting and realistic war story , told in the form of a diary left at his death by a veteran who had been a captain in the Northern army , and with Grant at Vicksburg and Sherman on his march to the sea . Two or three of the great -events of the war are told in stirring fashion , but the narrative deals mainly with the inside life of the soldier in war time , and its physical and moral difficulties . A fine love story runs throughout , the hero naring plighted his troth before setting out for the front . Being wounded in Georgia , he is cared for in the home ...
Page 30 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 13 February 1896
Wisconsin FarmiBrs Institute Bulletin Sas sj K t p ^ Sai &amp; RSS Treats . of Dairying , Horse Breeding Sheep and Swine fewS ^ p ° toto Growing . Market Gaining , KoSS 2 iw 5 Sj , J ? if * No farmer should be without it ; JTriS 2 lffiPS ? 8 ln Instates . Mailed to Wisconsin farmers for 25 cents for cloth bound conies and 10 cents for fn ^ f ° « , 0 ^ red , &lt; l , ? . pi 1 - is - 8 ent o « tsWe of the State for 40 cents for cloth bound copies and 25 cents for paper covered copies . Address * . ££ GEO . McKERROW , Supt ., Madison , Wislx Please mention the Western Rural . ^ F- ^^ days ¦¦ ¦ . ¦ i \ ukw frorri Chicag-o .. .. oyer the • . ¦ A Santa f e Route * The California Limited is a Anew , strictly first-class fasttrain , yestibuled throughout , lighted by . Pintsch . gas , arid running from Chicago to Los &gt; Angeles and San Diego in three days ; toSan Francisco , three and a half days . &gt; Through compartment and palace sleepers , chair cars a...
QUERIST COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 13 February 1896
QUERIST COLUMN WILLS . —1 . Is it aboslutely necessary to injure the validity of a will that the places of residence should be written with the names of the witnesses ? 2 . Are two witnesses enough ? -Mrs . M . R . —Not . at all necessary . Tbe statute • requires only two witnesses , who must not have ¦ any Interest in the will . PATENTS . —1 . If a person has an Invention of a machine- or any improvement of a machine , should the same make a model of it in order to get a patent of it and send to the patent office ? 2 . If so , does a person have to engage &lt; a lawyer at Washington ( or any other place ) 4 n order to secure . a patent?—Subscriber s Son . —1 . A model is not necessary . 2 . A patent solicitor is not required by law , but lt Is practicably , impossible to get a patent of real value unless it is applied for through , a patent solici- • tor who is . skilled in the preparation of specifications and claims , and is familiar with the rules and procedure of the Pa...
Page 31 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 13 February 1896
R . W . OSBORN , REAL ESTATE BROKER ROSELAND , LOUISIANA . Taxes Paid for Non-Residents . - Titles Examined , &lt; A ifiUwinral * RPOI -Rlptni-p * Rnoinooa TranRRTtwl $ 1 . 00 I Sent to Me Gets 9 $ 1 . 75 . 1 ft 1—The Western Kural for one year to a new Er subscriber . k \ 2—A SOc copy of Business ; or . How to Beach ^ f and Talk to the People . Postpaid . . . W &gt; -An ideal little manual . . £ | 3—A 25 c copy of the Chicago Daily News Al- * manac for 1896 . Postpaid . * W The best of its kind . * A 1 can guide young people to a business and a K business education combined . If you wish r § further particulars inclose . in your letter to me y k a self-addressed and stamped envelope . &lt; EM . PRATT , § 232 South East Ave ., : : Oak Park , 111 . • $ k , I Self Help . Supplies . X Morgan County , Col ; Morgan County Is NOT way out on the fr &lt; ra- - tier . Dont allow any idea of that sort to take &lt; fiossession of you . Nothing could be f...
Page 32 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 13 February 1896
f | F YOU WANT Jf : ¦ THE -BEST GARDEN in your neighborhood this season PLANT OUR FAMOUS ||| all of which are described and illustrated in our beautiful and entirely :. New Catalogue for 1896 . A new * ¦ ¦ feature this season is the Free de- ¦ livery of Seeds at Catalogue prices to :- any Post Office . This ¦ New Catai logue 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 ! PETER HENDERSON &amp; GO . j - ||| B 35 &amp; 37 CortlaiidtSt ., NewYork . BJu Please mention the Western Rural . CORN MLTURE X BY SURFACE CUI / OVATION Is the title of an instructive treatise we have just issued . It represents twenty-one years practical experience , and the results obtained at nine different Experiment Stations nhowlDga net A gain of 13 J _ per cent . MAILED FREE . Address , iJ . D . TOWER &amp; BRO , Mendota , IU . Please mention the Western Ruifal . •• -JONES HE PATS THE FREIGH...