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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898

. ... — • - - ^ r - ,-- - . . ¦¦ ¦ * rg > - mr - _ Bh £ & ^ Published Weekly bylthe CZ ^ T ) Howard & Wilson Publishing Company , MADISON and FRANKLIN STS ., CHICAGO . . Gen . C . H . Howard , Jas . W . Wilson , MANAGING EDITOR . BUSINESS MANAGES . Subscription rates , one dollar a year of 52 numbers . Single copies five cents . - Advertising rates made known on application . B . S . THAIN , Manager Advertising Department . All communications should be addressed NATIONAL BUKAIi AND FAMELT MAGAZINE , Chicago , 111 . EASTERN OFFICE ( for advertising department only ) : Frank S . Smith , 47 Times Building , New York . Entered at the Chicago Postofflce as Second-claw matter .

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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A Government Railroad [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898

A Government Railroad O NE remarkable recommendation of the report of the railway commissioner relates to the government construction and operation of a first-class double-track railway from Kansas City , Mo ., to San Diego , by air-line route . The commissioner is led to make this radical recommendation by the reflection that our new possessions and broader national policy will vastly increase our foreign commerce and open new trade relations . Wheat and other cereals which now find their way to Asia via the Atlantic seaports must in a few years , reach the same destination via Pacific ports , and this changed condition will revolutionize the transportation industry of the country . The line recommended by the commissioner would be the shortest , measured by the map , from Boston , New York and Philadelphia to the Pacific coast , says the commissioner , along and near the coal fields of the east and the west of this side of the Rockies , and making the most direct line from our gre...

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More War Ships [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898

More War Ships IT is pretty evident that Secretary Long expects the United States to retain the Philippines . His recommendation , in his annual report , is that congress should provide for three more first-class battleships—making twelve in all . He asks alsO i for three armored . cruisers , three protected cruisers , and six cruisers of smaller size , the entire number of new vessels to cost $ 36 , 130 , 801 . This would leave only . Great Britain and France ahead of us in naval force . The secretary of the navy evidently means to put Dewey in a position to . keep an eye on our great and developing commercial interests in China and Japan . Manila Bay is a convenient place for rendezvous . With a suitable squadron in that region the army may be reduced . Doubtless native regiments will be provided for by congress and our volunteers can . at latest all come home when the two years for which they enlisted have expired . The people of the United States would favor the enlargement of t...

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' . * ' . T ¦¦— : —" Let Farmers See Better Times [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898

. * . T ¦¦— : — Let Farmers See Better Times W ITH the constant increase in the volume of our national bank clearings and of domestic business—including products from our manufactories , mines and farms , and its transportation and with an astonishing increase in our foreign exports , prosperity does not come fast enough to suit us . We hear a constant and earnest wail of sorrow , particularly from our manufacturers of the east , of cotton and woollen cloth and of leather . Our coal producers and our iron and steel producers join in the chorus and tell us that their products are being sold at ruinously low prices . ¦ But on referring to thousands of editorials and speeches we are assured that prosperity is here and has struck our farmers particularly , as with a tidal wave . Let them answer . We know that our harvests have been bountiful , for which we are devoutly thankful . We have had good cereal crops and an enormous cotton crop . In some of these commodities prices are better t...

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Available Land [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898

Available Land T AJND m the Philippines is not land m America . Suppose we I should ; acquire some millions of acres there , it would not ^ ^ follow that there would be a rush to homestead them . On the question of the area of public land iri the United States remaining to be settled , the annual report of the secretary of the interior contains some interesting information . He shows that of a total of 1 , 356 , 323 , 972 acres of public domain , 637 , 339 , 422 acres have been appropriated and are now occupied ; 189 , 516 , 276 acres have been reserved for various purposes , including 40 , 719 , 474 acres as permanent forest reserves ; 579 , 368 , 274 acres still remain unoccupied , of which 262 , 651 , 971 acres are unsurveyed . Ninety-four per cent of the unoccupied area is classed as desert lands , and only about 71 , 000 , 000 acres are capable of cultivation either by irrigation or under the natural rainfall . This indicates how near the agricultural land belonging to the gove...

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Hear from the Army [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898

Hear from the Army AS the army and navy have had more todo in -ringing about the present situation than has any other department of our government , and as the army must necessarily be employed in the management of affairs for a long time to come ; and , as one of the results must be ah enlargement of the army and its location in the far-off Philippines in considerable force and in Cuba and Porto Rico , it is well to know what are the sentiments of the army and how its officers regard the policy which dictates a permanent possession of , or a permanent relationship to , these islands whether in the Caribbean Sea or the Pacific Ocean . In this connection ; tlie utterance of General Nelson A . Miles at the Chamber of Commerce banquet in New York is of interest . General Miles said : Twelve millions of people that a year ago were suffering under the oppression of tyranny and cruelty are to-day under our protection . Gentlemen , what are you going to do with these ? Are you going to tur...

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Dawes Favors Bimetallism [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898

Dawes Favors Bimetallism Sy \ ONTROLLER DAWES has come but In opposition to the y-V . : : McCreary bill . Many prominent Republicans are opposed ^ x to any legislation at this session on the currency question . But there are a few metropolitan dailies , like the Times-Herald and the Evening Post of Chicago , that are very strenuous in demanding a reform of the currency by Immediate legislation . They are perfectly assured in the policy they advocate ; namely , an enlargement of the privileges of the banks so that they can issue notes , based on their assets and 100 per cent , on their bond deposit : and a retirement of the greenbacks . If those newspapers were owried by the banks and edited by bankers they could not be more consistent in asking for what will redound to the financial benefit of the bankers . Although these and all advocates of the single gold standard kave , for two years , spoken of the present gold standard and insisted that it would be an outrageous repudiation to...

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Another Canal Project [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898

Another Canal Project A N effort is making to Interest Congress in the Panama Canal . Mr . Maurice Huton , the director-general , is already in New York . He states that two-fifths of the work is done ; that the canal can be completed in less than eight years for an additional expenditure of not more than $ 100 , 000 , 000 ; that the serious problem of controlling the floods in the Chagres River encountered by the old DeLesseps company has been solved by expert engineers ; that it is only forty-six miles long , affording a route 130 miles shorter than the Nicaragua route ; that excellent harbors already exist at the terminals of the route , and that the project is how in the hands of a new company with ample capital for completing the canal . The Panama Company does notask government aid . It fears , however , a canal owned and controlled by the United States in competition . Probably , also , the Panama Company would get lame after a while and need to be assisted . One thing will n...

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Uses of the'Weather Bureau [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898

Uses of theWeather Bureau PEW of our citizens realize the practical value of the weather bureau ; still less are fully aware of the extent and magnitude of its operations . During the storm of Sunday over 4 , 000 telegrams were sent to different towns and cities along the north Atlantic coast notifying railway companies , street railways , steamships , boards of . public works and other city officials and postmasters , for the information of the public , of the approach of the terrible hurricane , which originated in Texas , Friday night , and moved in a northeasterly direction at the rate of about thirtyfive or forty miles an hour , gaining in violence very raidly until it became one of the most extensive and devastating storms that has occurred for several years , covering an area of the entire country east of the Mississippi river . It crossed into Pennsylvania south of Pittsburg , struck the coast below New York and then swept over New England . The . storm was more severe in so...

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RURAL AFFAIRS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898

RURAL AFFAIRS Edited by W . B . Lloyd . The Farmers Congress D ECEMBER 6 , 7 and 8 the National Farmers Congress was in session in Fort Worth , Texas . Various topics were discussed and much interest manifested especially in the—address of Booker Washington on the negro and in the question of sugar beets and the manufacture of beet sugar as affected by the recent acquisition of new territory . • The latter provoked so inuch feeling that at the first session of the . third ) day the first thing done was to adopt an amendment to the constitution , worded as follows : No question that in any sense is before the country as a partisan Issue and has been incorporated in the platform of the leading political parties shah be proposed or debated in the meetings of this congress . A dispatch to the Chicago Record says this was done to prevent the Nebraska beet sugar men and others from 1 securing the passage of an anti-annexation resolution . The committee on resolutions recommended 1 the ado...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898

. . -.- ; - ( Continued from page 1583 . ) .,. proofs of this assertion . We are no longer a loosely joined band of states , discordant , belligerent . Thank God , we are coining to see each other face to face . We are becoming cemented by railroads , navigable rivers , interchangeable products , and a more general commingling of our people . National legislation is taking on thought of this kind in the establishing of Experiment Stations , the enactment of laws for the better protection of agricultural products against the dishonest greed of men who Would adulterate and counterfeit . The march of study , investigation , knowledge , have opened to the farmer a new view of the marvellous array of forces which surround him . .. . - Both the farmer and the man of science are coming- to see that the farm constitutes a magnificent domain for intellectual conquest . Every branch of farming is organizing , not only by states , but in a national way , to promote specific knowledge and a who...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898

If you see an advertisement in the National Rural and Family Magazine it is reliable .

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Care and Management of Sheen [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898

Care and Management of Sheen THE care and management of sheep is much like that of other stock . What is good for horse , cow , and hog , is also good for sheep . In sheep husbandry there is one thing that must be ; observed and not overlooked , and thatis thrift . Thrift means health , gain in quality ^ quantity and . productiveness , hence profit , and profit is what we are after . It should always be the object of a flock : master to keep : his sheep in a thriving condition . The quality of the wool , as well as its quantity and the general productiveness of the flock , demands this system . Now , the question is : What are the es- * Synopsis of paper read at the meeting of the Illinois Live Stock Breeders Association , at Springfield , by Jacob Zeigler , ¦ Clinton , Illinois . sentlals to thrift ? I will say good feed , water , ; shelter and close attention of the shepherd . It is the worst possible practice to allow the sheep to fall away in flesh as the grass fails in the autu...

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A CHOLERA REMED . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898

A CHOLERA REMED . Editor National Rural , . .- Dear Sir : —Answering yours concerning our Cyclone Cholera Cure for hogs , we take pleasure in replying that we hold to the germ theory and experience has taught that hogs now have fever oftener than the ! disease commonly called cholera . To prevent development of bacilli or to be able to destroy them , is the question for bacteriologists . Cyclone does both : it is a fluid charged with gases , which , taken into the stomach or injected into the intestines at once permeates every vital organ , destroyng all germs in its course . It is thus independent of digestion on which so many remedies depend ; it removes all worms , makes hogs grow and fatten , and is excellent for sows farrow . Thousands of cures havo been made in Southern Ohio this fall , in many instances after the hog was down . We observed the great good being done by this medicine and desiring to give the public the benefit have undertaken its manufacture , and commend it as...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898

^ M | yi _ _» M . ___ I ; 13 T . IH . ^ . / : lI ^___ i ^ M ^ BI . ^ t . * nTIM ^ iWi ,. f f ^^^^ H ^ H is made entirely of grain— ^^ m ^ H principally of oats—com- ^_^_ \ ^ H bined in scientific propor- ^^ M ^ H tions . It is complete for ^_^_ \ ^ H the production of milk and ^ KM ^ H the proper maintenance of ^_^_ \ ^ H the animal . ^—m PROFIT . H ^ H It may be combined with ^^ M ^ H great profit with all forms ^ H ^ H of home-grown feed . ^^ M ^^ M Sold only in sealed and irandedsaels . ^^ H ^_ U MODERN DAIRY FEEDING _^_ W _^_ m Aninvaluablebookcontainin { rsctentffic . illy ^ ^ ^| ^^ H proportioned rations , including every form ^^^ B ^^^ H of roughage and every varictyof feed . Sent ^^^ H ^^^ H postpaid on request . Address Science Dept ,, ^^^ H ^ H The American Cereal Co . ^ H ^^ M 1345 Monadnock Bldg ., Chicago , III . ^_^_ t DtraOO JERSEY HOGS , REGISTERED STOCK . Send stamp for • ( 54-page catalogue , illustrated . Prices and history . J . M . STONEBBAKER , Panola , HI . he...

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Worms—Internal Parasites of the Pig . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898

Worms—Internal Parasites of the Pig . By D . Mcintosh , V . S ., Professor of Veterinary Science in the University • of Illinois . THB parasites of the pig are so intimately connected with those of the human being that there is no doubt but that in certain stages of their development nearly all the most dangerous kinds are derived , either directly or indirectly , from the hog to mankind , and in return man furnishes to the hog the eggs of several of ; their worst parasites . Some of these worms are kedt in existence solely by reason of the peculiar relations existing between man and the pomestic animals . Worms , sometimes on . account of the movements ad the inter PROT . D . McINTOSH . ruptionthey offer to the contents of the bowels , and their other modes of irritation , very often cause uneasiness and pain . From sympathy there is very frequent sensation of itching at the anus and nose , producing a disposition to scratch or rub the root of the tail and poke the nose into the gr...

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ElBa { Progressive Agriculture * [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898

ElBa { Progressive Agriculture * G ENTLEMEN of the Congress : —First , I desire to congratulate you upon the fact that our lines are cast amid such pleasant surroundings . We have been greeted by the people of Fort Worth , and ail the agricultural , political and commercial forces . of this great state of Texas with a frank and complete sympathy in the exalted work we are trying to do . It is one of the highest of human inspirations to find that your fellow men believe in you . That they are willing to take you for what you mean to do . You cannot always come up td yoilir own ideal , but it helps you wonderfully while ef 0 S * in ^ this narrow isthmus of life from one great unknown ocean to the other , tobe hailed by a brother band of workers with the sal utation as we hear it here , : Come over to our camp andspend a day and • night and tve will do you good . Not a small part of your reward is the broader , . nobler , arid more encouraging views you thus get of your own people . Th...

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HOLIDAY EXCURSIONS . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898

HOLIDAY EXCURSIONS . Excursion tickets will be sold at all stations on the North-Western line ( C . & N . W . K y , C . St .--P . VM . & 0 . R y , S . C . & P . K y and F . 15 . & M . V . R . R . ) to all other points on this system and . on tbe Union Pacific Railroad , within 200 miles of the selling station , at greatly reduced rates ,. December 24 , 25 , 26 and 31 , 1893 , and January 1 and 2 , 1899 , good until January 4 , 1899 . Apply to agents Chicago & Nortb-Westeru R y for full particulars .

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