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TO MOVE RIGHT ON . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896

TO MOVE RIGHT ON . THE Secretary of the Venezuelan Commission is to sail for Europe to look into the archives of Holland and of Spain . Before determining the boundary line between British Guiana and Venezuela it is necessary to know what the old records show as to the previous ownership . Word comes that the president wants the commission to move right on in the investigation . There is no disposition to suspend it as at one time was rumored . A report was circulated that Spain would object to Secretary Prevpst s inspection of her archives , but this the Spanish minister denies . It is however true that Senor de Lome , the Spanish minister , thinks it quite likely his government will wish to have the request for access to the archives come through Venezuela , and it may also wish first to learn if Great Britain has any objection to such examination by representatives of the United States . This sounds a little finicky . It would not be good policy , just now , for Spain to pick any...

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AGAINST GERRYMANDERING . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896

AGAINST GERRYMANDERING . THE Indiana Supreme Court , which is composed of both Republicans and Democrats and is doubtless entirely non-partisan and above political motives in its decisions , has given a blow to gerrymandering which ought to be made good law in every state of the Union . The court was in session at Indianapolis , and on January 30 th and by a | unanimous decision in what is known as the legislative apportionment case , set aside the apportionment act of 1895 , reaffirmed the decision of the same court setting aside the apportionment of 1891 , and brought into operation the apportionment of 1885 , which it declares to be the only legal act « ince that date . The decision is far-reaching in its effects .

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MAKE IT-A NORMAL TERRITORY . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896

MAKE IT-A NORMAL TERRITORY . The Indians of the Indian Territory claim that only Indians should be • , allowed to vote . The bill before Congress provides that the first voters in the territory to be made put of these Indian possessions include all male citizens of the United States above the age of 21 , all male adults of foreign birth who have declared their intention to become citizens who are residents of said territory , and all male persons over 21 who are citizens bf any Indian tribe in said territory and residing therein at the time of the election . This , probably , gives the privilege of voting to about all the male adults in the Territory . The Indian advocates declare that the politicans and dishonest land and mineral claim grabbers who expect to reap a future harvest are in a conspiracy to rob thjem of their land arid to disrupt trieir * nation . The cold fact is that they are not a nation in any sense . It is the sheerest fiction for them to believe it , or assume it ...

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Daily Doings [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896

Daily Doings MONDAY , FEBRUARY 10 ; —Edwin F . Uhl , of Michigan , Assistant Secretary of State , was made ambassador extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary of the United States to Germany . —Representative William H . Grain of Texas died in Washington of catarrhal pneumonia , after an illness of four days . He has been a member of the last six congresses . —Senator Tillman has three clerks trying to keep up with his mail received on account of his recent silver speech . They cannot do it . He heard to-day that one man in California is to have 100 , 000 copies of the speech struck off for distribution . TUESDAY , FEBRUARY 11 . —In the Senate the long-pending resolution , which has brought out much criticism of the Secretary of Agriculture , was passed without division . The measure was amended so as to provide that the purchase and distribution of seeds shall proceed as heretofore . —Ambassador Eustis was instructed to accept the offer of the French government to release ex-Unit...

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HOKE SMITH'S ECONOMY . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896

HOKE SMITHS ECONOMY . [ N times past pur government favored free homesteads . The result : was the filling up of our vacant territories < with industrious ; populations , the construction of railways , the building of school-houses , court-houses and churches—in shorty the planting of prosperous communities , villages and cities where before there was the prairie wilderness or the wilderness of the unbroken forest . It was a good investment . Cultivated lands and industrious p » opulatiPns bring better returns to a government than the lands inhabited riieirely or mainly by the wolf or coyote . But it seems our new light from Atlanta , Georgia , Secretary Hoke Smith ; thinks tlie government of to-day cannot afford free homesteads . A Washington dispatch says that the House Committee on Public Lands has received from Secretary Smith a strong adverse report against the free homestead bill . The bill absolves all persons completing five years residence on the lands taken and ...

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HOW COFFEE IS CULTIVATED . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896

HOW COFFEE IS CULTIVATED . Venezuela is by no means dependent on the gold mines coveted by England for her revenues . Coffee culture is safer and just as remunerative . She exports 100 , 000 , 000 pounds at a profit of from 7 to 9 cents a pound . The United States imports over eight millions of dollars worth each year . In this country the Venezuela coffee is called Mocha , which it closely-resembles , and sells for from 40 to 60 cents a pound . A good coffee plantation takes five years before bearing and eight before a full crop can be expected , but it lasts for seventy to a hundred years . First the ground is cleared and burned over two or three times to get rid of the brush ; then it is plowed and laid off into squares . Then shade trees must be planted to shelter the coffee bushes from the sun . Every plantation is shaded . Banana trees are put out originally to protect the young plants , for they shoot up rapidly , arid have luxurious foliage , but for permanent shade a large ...

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Fins , Feathers and Honey Bees [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896

Fins , Feathers and Honey Bees WHEN THE EGGS BEGIN TO HATCH . WE are not an expert with the incubator . We learn something new about the way to succeed with one every time we have a hatching , and we expect to keep on learning something new , as our experience becomes more extended . But , we have learned one thing , and it was embodied in the words that used to follow us as a boy when we woukl rush through the house , Close the door . Yes , close the door . Close the door of the incubator and leave the tray of eggs alone at hatching time . Of course , we are all anxious to see if the eggs are in good shape , how many pipped , and how many chickens are out . But , let us tell you , friends , you will find more chickens out at the end of the required time , if you let the door of the incubator alone , and the egg trays alone , while the eggs are hatching , than you would if you were to open the door and draw out the tray several times at such a critical time .. Dead in the shell , is...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896

Large , High Scoring Felch Black ^ Langshans and Pekin Ducks at $ 1 . 00 to $ 3 . 00 each . XBggs , $ 1 . 25 per 13 ; $ 5 . 00 per 1 & YTH few more collies . Catalogue . EDWIN BOYER , Thorntown , Ind . Please mention the Western Rural . |

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896

BIV lili ^ Hlv ^ Sample copy of GLEAN INGS IN BEE CULTUREA Handsomely Illustrated O n 0 QnnnliflC Magazine , and Catalog of DCC OUPPIIGSPREE . THE A . I . ROOT CO ., Mcfma , O Please mention the Western Rural . ^ gw $ IS Hand Bone , Shelt , antf CJHk ^ Corn Mills for Poultrymen . I . ^¦ n Dasy Bone Cutter . Power Mills . VI ¦ EP *— Circular and testimonials Free . > ^•^ LlWILSON BROS ., Easton , Pa . mn PRI I ™ Barred P . Hooks , L . Brahmas . r I IK Alii r 8 - c - B - Leghorns , B . LangshansI UH UriLLi and M . B . Turkeys . All goo * birds and first-class stock Address T . W . SUTTON , * ui Paso , IUlnola . Ill IT UAl / r on hand a fine lot of land and water mU ¥ ilnVL fowls , and prices to suit hard times IIL . Send for price-list and order at once . MRS . J . C . PLrUB , Milton . Wli . If fill l / Unill you want a few extra choice 11111 HHII IN Cockerels . Well , we have them I Uv llll UII for sale . Prices reasonable . Send for our 20-page Illustrated Catalog describ...

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THE FARMERS' SIDE [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896

THE FARMERS SIDE SENATOR TILLMANS GREAT SPEECH . A SMALL portion of Senator Tillman s speech appeared in the dailies . We regret that so . much of it must he omitted for want of space . It is all bristling with facts and is a terrible arraignment of the srold conspirators . Mr . Tillma . n . Mr . President , I shall make no apology for doing what is my right here , to exercise the functions of a Senator and discuss the issues presented to the Senate . I know , sir , that custom has made it a rule that new members of this body should listen rather than be heard , and my brief experience —and . while in this city I have been very attentive upon the , sessions of the Senate—has shown me that the custom is a wise one , because new men who come in here , especially those who , like myself , have had little , in fact no legislative experience , realize very soon that what they do not know about the affairs of this great Government is far more than they do know . My experience has been in ...

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EXCURSION PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896

EXCURSION PROGRAMME PAL 1 FGRNIA V- > MARCH 5 th We shall go this tinie via a southern route through southerni California , thus giving a glimpse of the state before arriving at Fair Oaks . We take this route at the urgent request of many who prefer it . The rate will be lower than we have ever offered . A full program giving TWO OLD SETTLERS full details of the route will be published in these columns next week . Those who aire not subscribers should write for it . It will be sent free . Persuade a friend or two to go with you and thus add to the pleasure of the . trip . ¦ ! . ¦ ¦ We have special cars and extra conveniences for comfort and enjoyment . If you - are : looking Californiaward for a home dont fail to avail yourself of this opportunity to make a personal investigation at reduced rates . V . . aad northwest in the * territory of the Western Passenger Association authorize a rate of one fare , plus $ 2 . 00 , for the round , trip . The Southwestern Passenger Ass...

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SENATOR TILLMAN'S GREAT SPEEGH . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896

SENATOR TILLMANS GREAT SPEEGH . ( Continued from page 260 . ) to be present at the jollification and glorification upon the inauguration of a Democratic President , with a Democratic Senate and Democratic House , and God forgive me for being such a fool . ( Laughter on the floor and In the galleries . ) * ¦ ¦ ; . * > ¦ v * • * * . ¦ * .. ¦ * * : How many of you , men grown old and gray in the service of the party and of the nation , men who were its trusted leaders before this man from Buffalo was ever heard of , how many , I say , have been called into his councils ? Speak , If there be any here ; I shall be glad to hear them . Where has this man sunk his personality ? Whom has he consulted ? Whom has be recognized ? Whose advice has he followed ? None but that of the bootlicks and sycophants , who have crawled on their knees for the crumbs ot patronage and betrayed their constituents for the offices in his gift / In the entire history of this country the high office of ...

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Woman and Mer Domain [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896

Woman and Mer Domain HEROES . By Emilie Clare . We lose half the blisses that border life s pathway By questions and doubts that our faithlessness prove , Arid grope in the sunshine for fear of the shadow , So frail is our faith in His infinite love . Now , why not dispense with the creeds and the customs , That torture the senses and fetter the soul ? While nature s forever her treasures conveying , Some lessons of praise to the Maker of all . Dont question too much of this transient existence , Live , glad that the fates have decreed you a birth , And , living , go labor , iri cheerfulness giving The fruits of your toil to the children of earth . Yea , labor with zeal , in field , or in college , The seed sown In faith the hungry may feed ; Or thoughts , though most common , to common minds carry Some sweet crumb of comfort to famishing need . This world s greatest hero Is yet to be numbered , Mid those in the ranks of the truest reform , Though not in the glory of legions attende...

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Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896

Wt SMOKE YBUR MEAT WITH * TO 8 KS l ] m EXTRACfaiOlE Iliii The Rocker Waster nmMmWlf warranted to wash ( OO PIECES IN ^ ^ PB OWE HOUR * as clean as can be washed /* $ y * V on tho washboard , Write for prices and descrip * M ^ C ^\ , tion . ROCKER WASHER CO .. . ¦ 15 liberal inducements to UTO & W * . Ft . Wayne , lab SS ^ PtMY HUSBANDT . -r mZssJKBEB ^ k-JtW * Kenwood ¦ aeklaafer - S 28 . 09 ¦ gHSjSS 9 $ 50 ArllBfrtoa BaaUae far - J 919 M tMMm \ J &« l Standard Bingwa • # 8 . 00 , flLM BB V ^ JmamM $ IMM > , and 37 other rtylea . All ¦* - m vM yp ^ f KU tMmnUVBXB . We pay fralgfci ship 4 ny- % f ffli . ~ MBl Where on SO days free trial , in any horn * ¦ 5 a Hr ^ sKfl without asking onecrat in adranoe . Buy £ ™ « gWI from factory . Bare agentt large profits . ¦ i- • HB—WagM »» # > i- inO . OOO In ut * . Catalogue and teatf2 2 . * TMHBDCLlmonia 1 « Free Write at . once . Addres * •* » Nr—^ d , hdi ) ,. CASH BUYERS UNION . I 5 * H 64 West ...

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'¦ y ^ f oK- ^ mS ^ f [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896

¦ y ^ f oK- ^ mS ^ f One . Kind of Prdt & tioh : Tha : t Protects . : ; Seven out of every ten articles we eat , drink and wear are legally protected ; and there isnt a medical man under tlie sun who doesnt continually use such articles . Yet a majority of these same men say to their patients that because the . United States government has seen fit to recognize and protect the hanie of a certain medical discovery j made by one of the most successful , regularly qualified practitioners in America—that this fact renders such discovery unworthy of public confidence . No traveler , not even a doctor , ever objected to having his or her life saved by a Westinghouse air brake , and no one declines to enjoy the blessings . of Edison s electric light or Bell s telephone . All these discoveries are protected by law . Civilized governments recognize the fact that public benefactors are not only worth protecting , but that they require protection for the good of the people . By pro...

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MRS . RORER ON DIET . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896

MRS . RORER ON DIET . 1 i \ me course or one or ner lectures on food and cooking , Mrs . Rorer said that to eat pickles shows a lack of education as to what constitutes healthful foods . Cooked apples , ? said she , are more easily digested than the raw , but are not so valuable from a health standpoint . The sugar of nature is in fruit ; man s sugar will create more destruction than a mad dog .: • :, Oatmeal is a valuable food if cooked for three hours and well masticated . All starchy food must be cooked for hours . Buckwheat cakes are an abomination unto the Lord . Cabbage and onions if rightly cooked have no odor . When there is odor they are ruined as food . To cook them rightly put them into water that is almost to the boiling point . ; . Will cook in less time in water , at 2 UU degrees than at 240 . The ladies sitting near , reminded her that she was largely responsible for the indigestible things they put on their tables , as they all kept house by her cook book , when she ...

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PRETTY WAISTS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896

PRETTY WAISTS . THE fashion of wearing waists of different color and material from that used in the skirt , is not yet dying out . Its popularity is deserved , for no other style is so pretty and economical . A skirt will always last longer than the bodice , and by renovating the former , and making some kind of fancy waist , the wearing capacity of the suit is doubled . The materials used are so varied that it would be impossible to enumerate them , and they may be plain , or as elaborate as the maker chooses . New silks are shown in exquisite designs and softest tones . Cliallies , cashmeres , and plaids are beautifully trimmed with lace , velvet , ribbon and passementerie . But while-the dry goods counters show a great variety of dainty fabrics from which a selection may be made the ingenious woman can usually find enough good material among the half-worn dresses in her closet or garret , to make several waists , that will be just as pretty and stylish , as anything she could buy...

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HOUSEHOLD QUESTIONS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896

HOUSEHOLD QUESTIONS . Under this head we shall endeavor to answer auestions on aiiy subject within the housekeepers domain We shau be glad to have the opinions of other housekeepeis on the subjects asked about . Housekeeper : You can clean your caneseat chair as follows : Turn up the chair bottom and with hot water and a sponge or soft cloth wash the canework well , so that it may become completely soaked . Should it be very dirty you must add soap . Wash both sides . Let it dry ln the open air if possible , or in a place where there is a thorough draft , and it will become as tight and firm as when new , provided it has not been broken . Odilla Orme : We do not know exactly what will take the peach stains out of your black flannel cape . Sometimes spots caused by fruit may be removed by sulphurous acid . A lighted sulphur match held under the stain will produce sufficient sulphurous acid . Or it may be generated at the moment of using by burning a small piece of sulphur in the air ...

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