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THE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 2 May 1868

THE MARKETS Chicago Produce Market . - OHIOB or THE WESTERN RURAL , ) CBIO - OO , April 28 , 1888 . \ APPLES— $ 6 00 ® 7 00 V bl . BARLEY—Very dull . Sales of small lots at 92 20 ® 280 V cental . BRAN- $ 25 00 ¥ ton on track ; $ 27 00 delivered . BROOM CORN—No sales reported . BUTTER—Choice dairy , 40 @ 48 c ; good tub , 86 ® 88 c : prime firkin , 80 @ 36 c : common firkin , 18 ® 25 c . CHEESE—New York factory , 18 @ I 9 c ; Illinois factory , 17 @ 18 o ; Hamburg , 17 @ 18 c ; Western Reserve , 16 ® 17 o ; Western Dairy , I 8 @ 14 c . OORN-No . 1 . 84 @ 84 Kc ; No . 2 , 82 * 083 * 0 . CRANBERRIES— $ 10 00 ® 18 00 ^ 1 bbl . DRIED FRUIT- Appios 7 ® 10 tf c ; peaches 10 ® 18 c , pared , 27 c ; blackberries , 18 @ 20 c . EGGS—17 @ 18 c for fresh . FLOUR—White winter extras , $ 13 26 @ 14 00 ; red winter extras , $ 11 C 0 @ 11 78 ; spring extras , $ 0 26 ® HAY—The demand has improved and holders are firm . . We quote wholesale prices : Timothy , roller and beater pressed , $ 17 60 © 18-5...

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<< fflrtkat . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 2 May 1868

&amp;lt;&amp;lt; fflrtkat . THE POETRY OP SPRING . , BY FKIDBRIXA BREMER . ¦ 7 Now the trees their snow-capes don , While the swallows , light of wing , On their airy trips set off , Merry harbingers of Spring . -Zephyr with his team lsdashlng i Swiftly over land and sea , Where he sweeps—the waves are flashing , Banks are green , and streamlets free . Neath the azure skies of Spring ,. All the budding groves among , Uttle birds in joyous ring , Gather for their feast of song . Charmed by their strains , each bud Opes Its eyes in field and brake ; While applauding in the wood , * Tender leaflets thrill and shake . , : Merry midges loudly cheer , Dancing in their chambers bright ; Round the honeyed blossom near Bees are murmuring with delight . In the golden sunbeams flash Purple-winged butterflh s ; . O er the flowery meads they dash , Full of fluttering hopes and joys . Spring all living creatures hall ; Whilst man claims , with yearnings high , Promises that ne er shall fa...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 2 May 1868

Evergreens ! ON 1 . Y $ 15 . 00 Per THOUSAND , - 20 to 30 Inches High , lor May and June Planting . Send for Circular . , &amp;lt; • „ ¦ V . 7 .:, » ¦ . D . F . HOLMAN , 1 ; 351-pS 85 Washington St ., Chicago , 111 . m /

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AGRICULTURAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 9 May 1868

AGRICULTURAL The Cultivation of Oats . * ¦ ¦ —— ¦ . ¦ ¦ The oat crop Is of so much importance that the greatest attention should be paid to the preparation of the soil for it and also to the selection of seed . It Is possible to prepare the soli thoroughly and to sow the very best seed , and yet there maybe a serious failure , for the time of sowing has a great deal to do with the success of the crop . Tbe oat deteriorates rapidly in the United States principally on account of being sown too late in the Spring , and in badly prepared 4 or impoverished soil , and from the effects of drougth . It has been said- that the season c ln this country is too short to bring the oat to-perfection . ^ but such Is rmt the case , for heavy crops of oats are raised in Siberia , a , * country which has | W exceedingly short por- - tionof the year suited to the growth of anv . plant . -Heavy crops . of oats \ are also ^ raised in NewBrunswIck and Prince EdwiM s Island , localities where the season o...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 9 May 1868

AWeeklvFarmandFamilvPaper . PCBUSHBD AT CHICAGO AUD DETROIT . H . _ T . F . Lewie , Editor and Proprietor . ASSOCIATE EDITORS : 0 . E . MORROW , Chicago ; EDWABD MASON , Detroit . With a Full Corpt of Assistants and Contributors . Terms , ta . 50 per Years $ 8 . 00 ln Clafoi . . . . - • ¦ *

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AGRICULTURAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 9 May 1868

AGRICULTURAL Selections and Condensations . Washing and Early Shearing of Sheep . 4 correspondent asks ;— Taking everything into consideration , is it expedient to wash sheep ? And what think you of the comparative utility of early and late shearing ? In regions where there is abundance of clear running water , which gets warm enough to wash as early as towards the latter part of May , we see no objections to washing , and , as things now stand , some advantages in it . The idea that washing ln water at the proper temperature is dangerous to the health of sheep possessing good ordinary vigor of constitution , is one that our experience has never confirmed . But in many regions , washing at the proper season is impracticable or inconvenient . In various parts of Vermont , for example , where the streams are fed from mountains on which snow or ice lies until an advanced period of the Spring , those streams remain cold too late in the season for reasonably early washing . On the other ...

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VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 9 May 1868

VETERINARY Conducted by A . J . Murray , Teterinaru Surgeon , 265 Beaubun St ., Detroit , Mich .. We Professor in Royal Agricultural College , Cirencester , England . ) Unsoundness of Horses-The Feet . The foot is an all-Important part of the j Horse , and the best horse may be rendered useless by having bad feet . The . old maxim no foot , no horse is one which should always . be borne ln mind by the Intending purchaser , as it is best to discover defectsbefore sale than after , as they will , of course , diminish the price which tiie buyer would give . For any one who needs a horse to do steady and constant work a horse with bad feet may be regarded as dear at any price . FLAT FEET . The feet are liable to disease from a variety - of causes , and a bad shape of the foot ranks as a very important cause . A flat-footed horse may be soind at the time of sale , bnt the purchaser should bear in miud that he .. has a predisposition to lameness of the feet . A horse with a flat sole is v...

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HORTICULTURAL . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 9 May 1868

HORTICULTURAL . The Cnrculio . This destructive insect has made a clean sweep of the plum so repeatedly that the culture of this fruit has been abandoned in many places . It has been found useless to grow a few plum trees , as the insect , in such cases monopolizes the entire crop , and finds it scarcely sufficient for the maintenance of its numerous progeny . At Schenectady , N . Y ., where the plum is cultivated extensively for market , the growers say that they have always an abundant crop as they plant trees enough to supply the curculio , the gardener , the family and the market . Many plans for destroying the curculio have been tried , yet none of them have been perfectly successful , as some of the insects always escape and succeed ln puncturing the fruit . When plum trees are planted in poultry-yards the crop is generally free from the attacks of the curculio , as this insect has a wonderful Instinct for the preservation of its species , and will not deposit its eggs on plum...

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§ $ M $ tk tonomj [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 9 May 1868

§ $ M $ tk tonomj Edited by „ Practical Bonselceeper . Calcimining and Whitewashing . There are many recipes for whitewashing , but we believe the following to be the best that can be used : —White chalk is the best substitute for lime as a wash . A very fine and brilliant whitewash preparation of chalk • is called Paris White . This we buy at the paint stores for three cents a pound , retail . For each sixteen pounds of Paris White we procure half a pound of the white transparent glue ; costing twenty-five cents ( fifty cents a pouud . ) The sixteen pounds of Paris White is about as much as a person will use in a day . It is prepared as follows : —The glue Is covered with cold water at night , and in the morning is carefully heated , without scorching , until dissolved . The Paris White is stirred in-with hot water enough to give lt the proper milky consistency for applying to the walls , and the dissolved glue Is then added and thoroughly mixed . It is then applied with a brush li...

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WESTERN RURAL t PUBLICATION DEPOT . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 9 May 1868

WESTERN RURAL t PUBLICATION DEPOT . - —— —_¦ &amp;lt; The following work s on Agriculture , Horticulture etc ., etc ., can bo procured at the office of THB WBBT EHN RDRILJ 80 and 82 Washington street , Chicago , or will be forwarded by mall , pott paid , on receipt of thb price specified . Wo are also prepared to furnish any othor works or Rural subjects , issued by American publishers , not Included herein . Othor works will bo added to the list from time to time . Allen s ( LP . ) Rural Architecture ......... 11 50 Allen s ( R .-. yAmerican Farm Book .... ISO Allen s Diseases of Domestic Animate 1 00 American Bird Fancier .. .. JJQ American Agricultural Annual for 18 c ¥ , paper , 60 c ; bound ... . r &amp;lt;] 0 American Horticultural Annual for 186— 76 American Pomology , Warder , 290 Illustrations 3 00 American Rose Culturlst .... . „ . JQ American WccdB and Useful Plants ......... ™; i 75 Arabian Art of Training Horses in Art of Saw-Filing ( Holly ) .... . . . . . . 75...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 9 May 1868

C HOICKS SEED POTATOES . Early Goodrich , Harrison , Early York , Pink Eye Rusty Coat , Garnet Chill ,.. Monitor , Gleason , Calico , New White Peachblow , Early Shaw , Ash Leaf Kidney , Early June , Early Michigan White Sprout . For sale by D . M . FERRY &amp;amp; CO ., Seedsmen , KB and 191 Woodward avc , Detroit , Mich , 342

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 9 May 1868

Pennsylvania Garden Seeds . A FULL ASSORTMENT of the finest quality mailed to applicants on receipt of catalogue priceB . Country merchants and dealers everywhere supplied ln packages suitable for immediate sales . » arOur Almanac for 1868 , with monthly , hints , t mailed on receipt of stamp . Address , 1 HATJPAY , HACKER _ CO ., Seed Growers , J 240 NOB . 803 - 805 Market St ., Philadelphia , Pa . J

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 9 May 1868

VERBENAS 1 A large assortment ; tbe best va- , rictics extant ; healthy plants . Sent safely by mall for $ 1 . 50 per doz . plants . AIBO , Fruit and Ornamental Trees of all descriptions , Kllnanock Weeping Willow , Greenhouse plants , Raspberry , Strawberry ,. Blackberry plants , etc . Send a three cent stamp for a catalogue . Agent for Baughs Commercial ManurcB , prepared at Chicago . Circulars furnished upon application . Address HUBBARD &amp;amp; DAVIS , Detroit , Mich . March 25 , 1868 . . 277

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 9 May 1868

Offices i 80 and 83 Washington St ., Chi cago , and 103 Jefferson . Ave ., Detroit .

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Peck ' s Patent Milk Cooler- [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 9 May 1868

Peck s Patent Milk Cooler- We give an engraving of a new invention for removing all animal heat from milk Immediately on being milked from the cow , by the appliance of cold water . The inventor claims that by this means tbe milk can be kept sweet from twt nty to thirty hours , In the warmest weather . Some ofthe principles and advantages claimed for the muchlne are , tbe allowing the moving of milk of any number of cows , using large tin vessels , or barrels for tbe milk ; the dispensing with tin pans or loir , shallow dishes , with , all attending labor ; raising all tiie cream from the milk wii hin two houi s , however great the quantity la one body ; making one-lourth more belter ttirough the hot portion of the year than by the ordinary process , aud other valuable considerations . We have seen experiments with the machine and are favorably impressed with its value . All interested In what the proprietor thinks the greatest discovery of the day for tbe milk interest or wishing t...

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Destructive Insects . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 9 May 1868

Destructive Insects . What Is the mission of destructive insects ? We may answer , in general terms , every species of animated nature was no doubt created to enjoy life , each in its particular sphere , and all according to their respective instincts and capacities . But what is their particular mission ln the economy of nature , and in relation to man t Were they created merely to annoy and perplex r or to exercise man s ingenuity in the vain attempt to exterminate tbem r or will a careful investigation enable us to discover a more benevolent design on the part of tbe Creator , to which tbe former is merely incidental r It is believed that were the subject fully understood , tbe latter would be clearly seen to be the case . After many years of observation and reflection , I have come to the conclusion that a majority of the species which prove destructive to cultivated trees and . / lants are designed us scavengers to use up decaying vegetable substances and such as are ot feeble ...

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Western Immigration . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 9 May 1868

Western Immigration . Surprise is often expressed that the thousands of immigrants , who land each month in New York City , are so soon absorbed and lost to sight in the great mass of population . They seem to scarcely touch the soil before most of them are converted into American citizens , losing their identity . But observers along the chief routes of travel see more distinctly what becomes of them . Hardly a week passes when hundreds of of these European peasantry are not seen passing through the cities of the Middle and Eastern States on their way to tbe land of promise—the Groat West . They represent almost every nation of Europe—Iowa , Kansas , Nebraska , Missouri , Minnesota and Wisconsin , receive most of these Immigrants at present . They seek out the Government lanris , build log houses upon them , and soon establish homes of their own . For a time tne settlements that are thus formed by Irish , Germans and Norwegians present the appearance of hamlets and villas transport...

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STEWS OF THE WEEK- A [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 9 May 1868

STEWS OF THE WEEK- A —The prospect of a speedy conclusion of l the Impeachment trial does not increase . It Is said a large number of Senators will speak on tbe question . The argument for the defense was closed on Saturday last . Mr . Evaits speech was continued during four clays sessions . Mr . Sanbery had so far recovered as to be able to read a part of his argument , the rest being read for him . Mr . Bingham began the closing argument on Monday . —Comparatively little business has been transacted ln either Senate or House aside from the Impeachment proceedings . Considerable time was occupied in personal explanations by several members . —Tbe ball bond of Jeff . Davis has been resumed . Horace Greeley , Cornelius Vanderbllt and Gerrltt Smith are each on the bond for 125 , 000 , the remaing $ 25 , 000 being given by citizens of Richmond . The trial is to take place at such day in the next term of tbe Court as the Court shall fix . Chief Justice Chase has given notice that he wil...

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» -- — - New Publication * . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 9 May 1868

» -- — - New Publication * . BIBEOC A ; OB , A WoMAH - a SEOBEI . By Mrs . Caroline Fairfield Oorbln . New and Revised Edition . Chicago : Clarke — Co . -This Is a story of real life , designed to teach tbe true relations which men and women bear to each other , and to advocate , in Its largest sense , true charity for all . In tbe guise of a story It teaches lessons of patient suffering , unbendlog firmness , and final triumph , that can but benefit every one that reads them . The story is intensely inter esting , and is well told . No one can rise from Its perusal without being morally and religiously improved . That the book • has already passed through three editions , is an indication of its merits . A SIBTBS S BTE-HODB 8 . By Jean Ingelow . Boston : Roberts Brothers . Seven stories are published in a neat volume under the pleasant title A Sisters Bye-Hours . They are designed for children , and can be fully recommended as teaching admirable lessens in a most interesting ¦ mann...

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