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Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896
MIMA FAPIUK for sale on cr ° P Payments , 10 per IUIIH I HnllilJ cent cash , balance \&amp; crop yearl y I until paid for . J . MULHALL , Waukegan , 111 . SOUTHERN FARMS-MILLS , MINERAL Www I 111 . 1111 lands , etc ., for sale , rent and exchange . GEO . E . CRAWFORD &amp; CO ., Richmond , Va . DIAMONDS TJjgSk The South African Off-Color Diamond equals the genuine in cutting ahd lustre . Unmounted stones , gb . uq per carat . Plain gold rings , y z carat setting , $ 3 . 00 . Studs , $ 3 . 00 up . Sent C . O . D . subject to examination . Send 4 cents for catalogue , The Sears Jewelry Co , 225 Dearborn St ., Chicago . AUSTRALIAN AGENCY The undersigned are desirous of representing Am erioan firms in ATTSTBAMA . Manufacturers , patent medicine firms , book , music and magazine publishers , etc ., desiring to push trade in AITSTKAliiA are respectfully requested to correspond . Addresses pi farmers , professional men , etc ., furnished . Circulars distributed . Colonial a...
Qur Young Folks' Corner [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896
Qur Young Folks Corner A LEGEND OF THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR . By Eliza J . Carr . This legend old was handed down By my forefathers brave , Who cared not for a tyrants frown , But tried their land to save . Great-grandther served with Washington , Was with him in each fight , And how the victory was won , To tell was his delight . But , best of all , he loved to tell This legend ; true and old , The reason was , I know quite well , He was the hero bold . Twas , when the army , worn and weak , By sickness sorely prest , Had formed a camp , thereby to seek A sorely needed rest . Beneath a pine tree s lonely shade , Far from the loyal band , At night a soldier unafraid , As sentinel would stand . The guard had , on three midnights found A soldier , brave and true , Beneath that tree , prone on the ground , And by an Iindian slew . Kind Washington was grieved to see Such fate befall his men , He said : Beneath that distant tree , None eer need stand again . Great-grandther was a . trusty s...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896
By EDGAR , Lo . WTllCEl ^^ • . We are Ten . Travelers . ; There is the Merry . Traveler , the . Morose Traveler , the Clerical Traveler , the Gipsy Traveler , the Chronic Travr eler , the Casual , Traveler , the Student Traveler , the Aimless Traveler , the Commercial Traveler , ihe Vagabond Traveler * How . we came to know each other is no matter . We meet at times at my own apartments . in a quaint old inn , i beside a cavernous fireplace . into which countless now sightless eyes have for centuries # e £ red , ; and in a pleasant way we re-live our pilgrimings , or recount those romances of others which have touched our hearts and tarried there . In this old room , with its brown , rafters , decrepit floor and little , high dormerwindows , like the portholes 61 an old frigate ; we seem to become al- ¦ most one in this kindly companionship . We are so : much oiie that when my guests have departed I : sit here by the old fireplace , where friendly voices and presences linger , and s...
ALLEGED FUN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896
ALLEGED FUN THE COWBOY DIPLOMAT . « ? ¦¦ -. . ¦ - • Our foreign diplomatic service , as every American boy knows , is subject to frer quent changes , , as our representatives abroad are usually recalled when a new administration takes command at Washington , says the Youths Companion . Other ministers and attaches are then sent out , in many cases lawyers and business men ignorant of the etiquette of courts . Their misadventures in their new field of action furnish many a racy anecdote for the amusement of their friends and themselves . One told of a former Ameri can minister at Vienna is , we believe , authentic . Mr . X- , had held the position for many years and had every reason to regard his diplomatic and social career with complacency . - His party was defeated , however , in a presidential election , and he soon informed his Austrian friends that he was to be superseded by a certain Capt . Y , a wild man from the west . He probably showed a little jealousy when he laughingly ...
Page 31 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896
R . W . OSBORN . REAL ESTATE BROKER ROSELAND , LOUISIANA . Tfexes Paid tor Non-Residents . » Titles Examined , A General Beal Estate Business Transacted . Wisconsin Farmers Institute Bulletin No . 9 is now ready for distribution . Fifty thousand copies issued . A 320-page hand book of agriculture , Treats of Dairying , Horse Breeding Sbeep and Swine husbandry , Potato Growing . Market Gardening , Road Making , etc . No farmer should be without it . Free at Wisconsin Institutes . Mailed to Wisconsin farmers for 25 cents for cloth bound conies and 10 cents for paper covered copies . Sent outside of the State for 40 cents for cloth bound copies and 25 cents for paper covered copies . Address ¦ . «* . GEO . McKERROW , Supt ., Madison , Wis . The Owen Electric Belt Cures Rheumatism . Sciatica , Chronic Diseases and Nervous Ailments in either man or woman , from . any cause , where medicines fail . Write for large illustrated Catalogue and sworn evidence of these facts . Avoid imitations ...
Page 31 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896
ABET Vnil Intemted la AilCi TUU tha SOUTH ? Subscribe for the KOSELAND HERALD and learn all about the Northern Colony at Roseland , Louisiana . Address , Hon * &amp; BBIOHBBT , Publishers , Roseland , La . Special offer to new subscribers : 60 eta . per year ; four months , 25 cts . THE NEW HYGIENE . By JAS . W . WILSON . Afgenta can make money by handling this fast selling * book . We have just issued the forty-first edition . Write for prices by the-dozen or hundred . THE WESTERN RURAL , 215 Madison St ., Chicago Northwestern University EVANSTON AND CHICAGO , ILL . The University has a College of Liberal Arts , i &gt; School of Medicine , School of Law , a School of Pharmacy , and a School of Dentistry . The Garrett Biblical Institute supplies the place of a College of Theology . It has a preparatory School and a School of Oratory and Music . The University has one hundred and fifty professors and instructors and more than 2 , 200 students . For catalogues address ...
WM ^ tt ^ l ^ Mf ^^^^& [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896
WM ^ tt ^ l ^ Mf ^^^^&amp; Tt -Yy ys ; .,. GRAIN-MARKETS . . -. ;¦ ¦! . . ; . . ¦ ¦ ;¦¦• - ¦ ¦ ¦ • Chicago , Feb . i 8 , 1893 , The wheat market yesterday was something of , an enigma . It opened stronger and ; % @^ c higher than it closed Saturday , but fell off l ^ c from the top figures and closed at a decline of a short % c . The business done was far from a large one ,, and wholly on local account . ; In a shipping way ? a very good business was . done , a little over 100 , 00 bushels being sold , the premiums on winter , No . 2 red . being 2 @ 2 % c oyer Majy , as a rule , with 2 % @ 2 % c paid where location was fayorable . There were orders jor three or four lots of spring and for one cargo , but buyers wanted the grain at 2 c under May , while holders asked ly ^ c under . At the close negotiations were still pending . Whether the trade goes through or not , it shows a good shipping demand . A strong effort was made to get May under 65 c , but it was a failure , thou...
Page 33 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896
SIIBW CATT 1 E , HOGS AJftD SHEEP HP ^ BUHKER &amp; COCHRAN ¦ LIVE STOCK COMMISSION , Union Stock Yards .... CHICAGO [ Established 1 ST 1 . ] Square treatment and satisfaction guaranteed . We Bell every man s stock fairly on its merits and give bim as good treatment whether he ships us one oar br a hundred cars . Proceeds remitted Immediately . If you -have stock to ship , write us description for best advice on the market , free . . HKFKRPNOK : Natioriai T . I vft stock Bank , Chicago . Please mention the Western Rural .
BOOK REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896
BOOK REVIEW BIRDS . ; By . Mrs . Sanborn ; . . Tenney , Boston : 3 Lieejand Shepard . i-, i . » -. •?¦ . &gt;?? v : \\ ^ fHB little VOI UDQ ^ abbut birds : is tM sec-: oiid of la series bi six yblumesiof Ifoung Folks Pictures arid Stories of Animals . The -pictures are excellent wood cuts and they are so many and the accompanying text so simple and at the same time so instructive , that the little boob will be a most useful one for the childrea The little folks cannot too early begin the study of nature and the birds are so attractive that they love to hear about them even before they can read . To neglect to encourage this interest is to deprive the child of a life-long pleasure and resource . For to study birds one must come into close contact with woods and meadows , plains and hills , plants and animals , in fact all nature . Mrs . Tenney has done us a favor in putting in this simple and attractive form first lessons in biology . BUROPE IN AFRICA , IN THE NINETEENTH CENT...
Page 34 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896
| $ 1 . 00 i Sent to Me Gets ! $ 1 . 75 . J 1—The Western Rural for one year to a new £ J subscriber . L ? 2—A 60 c copy of Business ; or . How to Reach ^ A and Talk to the People . Postpaid . F 5 An ideal little manual . £ fc 3—A 25 c copy of the Chicago Daily News Al- 4 J manac for 1896 . Postpaid . J £ The best of its kind . 2 r I can guide young people to a business and a J £ business education combined . If you wish J 2 further particulars inclose in your letter to me \ ^ a self-addressed and stamped envelope . 4 E M . PRATT , fi 232 South Bast Ave ., :: : Oak Park III . L £ Self Help Supplies . j
QUERIST COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896
QUERIST COLUMN Sign your name and address to all letters for this department . We take no notice of unsijgnPd communications . We wlll ; not publish the names if so rer quested . Questions will not be answered unless written on paper containing no reference .. to subscriptions or other , departments of the paper . • Questions of law in this column are answered by . O . R . Barnett , of the Chicago Bar , -1516 Monadnock Building , Chicago . ¦ -7 - - - X ;* J .-i &gt; • Owing to the large number of legal questions received by this department with requests for reply by mail , we shall hereafter answer no legal queries by mall unless accompanied by a lew of $ J per question . OLDEST SUBSCRIBER . —I would like to ask who is the oldest subscriber to the . Western Rural and how long ? I have been a subscriber • for about twenty-eight years ; way back in H . N . F .. Lewis time . —J . T . Webb , Indiana ! ¦ ¦ —Will those who have been subscribers as long or longer than twenty-eight ...
. SENATQR TILLMAN'S GREAT SPEECH . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 20 February 1896
. \ SENATQR TILLMANS GREAT SPEECH . ( Concluded from page 265 . ) words of Lincoln , the great and noble martyrLincoln , whose ; Republicanism was Democracy bf the purest type , compared with that of Cleveland—come like a promise from the grave . This greatest American of the nineteenth century said : You can fool all of the people part of tht time , and you can fool part of the people all OJ the time ; but you can never fool all of the . pep pie all of the time . Unless that grand inspire ^ pledge to which he consecrated his auditors a i Gettysburg is to be forgotten and come tc naught , that government of the people , by thi . people , for the people , shall not perish from tht earth , the people must shake off their leiL argy and arouse themselves . The money changers are in the temple of out liberties and have . bought the sentinels ou guard , it may be too late . God grant it bi not so ; but this . great Republic , can only be saved from the miseries of revolution and in ternec...