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

CURL TOUR HAIR . A SAMPLE of PROF . ROBB S __ OXETIO CDBUQDE -c * - sent Free . It curls straight hair ( without Injury ) In soft , luxuriant , beautiful , flowingcurLj , o « the first application . Address with stamp , 222 Prof . B . H . ROBB , Pnrkmari , Ohio .

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

HORSE . OWNERS FRIEND ; OR HELP IN TIME OF NEED : a complete ^ wofk on thoHorse , Diseases and Cure , mailed to any address , post paid , on reeelptof price . Boundin cloth , 75 cts , , H ^ S ^•„ l ) t , 0 M • A S ? nt » wanted . UPJOHN _ TY- , s LER , Publishers . Ann Arbor , Mich . i 48 AGEWTSj-Ladios , Gentlemen , or Children can r _ T ^? a Wat 0 ^ Bilk Dress , Sowing Machine , Web ? f rS ?^ 1 ? , 1 ^ fe ! - J > y two or tnreo d » yswork for GILMAN fcCO . S Groat One Dollar Salo , UOHanovoi St ., Boston , Mass . Circulars sent freo . 327 ^ ——¦ ^^^^ . i ^^ i

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

WANTED IMMKDIATE-Y .- Experienced „ , canvassers to sell the richly illustrated COTTAGE CYCLOPEDIA , complete In one largo octavo volumo of over 1000 pages . Tho richest repository of knowledge ever brought within so small a compass .. A mine of intellectual wealth ; a gomof literature ; an iudlspensablo requisite to every family The best selling book in tne markot . For terms arid territory address ORRIN GLIDDEN , Publisher 127 Bouth Clark street , Chicago . _ H > • • :

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

AGENTS AVANTED-For the Life of General i U - ?• ? S nt ; , Bv Hon - Ren S O . Doming . Tho only work of the kind issued under the sanction and by tho authority of Grant himself . Tho author in well known as oue of tho most brilliant writers nrid elociuent orators in the country . Agents will find thiB ¦ . ono of the most interesting biographies everpublished in America , and will meet with a ready sale . Fornarticulars address O . F . GIBBS , 132 So . Clark St ., Chiogo- 330

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

« 7 T 1 HE PUIiPIT . M . A 32 page journal of Public Speaking , Pure , Literature and Practical Religion , r , Containing tho best things said by tho Clergy and public men the world over ., By our plan it will bo Sent One Year for Nothing . • Send 10 cents with your address to THE PULPIT CO ., 1 M - -Chicago or Now York . ¦

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

__ , FARMERS READ THIS ! mRY BERRYS SUPERPHOSPHATE manufac- . JL tured exclusively from Raw Bone , no ¦ cheap phosphates being used $ 45 per ton FineBoneDust 30 Coarso Ground Bone ........... 25 . ¦ - Send for Circulars containing full particulars to ,,. BERRY BROTHERS , -. 329 22 Woodbridge St . Wort , Detroit , Mich .

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 9 May 1868

WATCHES ! — *—*———- Elgin Watches . Elgin Watches » t , Western Production ! A National Triumph I T r __?__ -B ^[^^ i- [^ Hi _ - _ - _ - _ wiM » wKoi-iTt ^^ ( Vltw of th * r-Qtory u Bltta , ttm CUetfo- ) The National Watch Company , ELGIN , ILLINOIS . I ¦ I _ M—American made Watches are now freelv accorded a-reputatlon for great superiority over any imported Watches which can behodforthosams money . This is so generally , granted , that it is onlv necessary to announce that tho present General and Denartmen tal IS 9 fJl nt S ? 3 tlHLA f tUe NATIONAL WATCH CO .. of ELGIN , ILLINOIS , are nearly all well known as men who have previously been in the employ or the largest of _ the old Companlos , designing and operating iu machinery ana contributing mainly to Its success . These gentlemon now havo a pecuniary as well ns a salaried iutertst in bettering their past achievements . Proiltlng by their previous lurge experience , they havo , with unstinted capital at their oUsposal , spent ue...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 9 May 1868

% Mutual Life Insurance Co . __ CENTRAL OPPICH , 416 MAIN- STREET , MILWATTKBE , WI 8 . : ; - ¦ ¦ s & . • ¦ • • . . . ; ¦ ¦ ; . Cash Assets , - . . . ¦ : ¦¦ $ 3 , 260 , 000 Membership , - . - ,.,,. ... . . -22 , 000 Policies issued 1867 , . . . . . . . . 10 , 000 Risks covered 1867 , - - ; > • r -, - - 20 , 250 , 000 THIS VIGOROUS COMPANY now ranks unions tho twenty-five Now York Companies third In number ot members ; fifth in amount of Assets . ( It is a Purely Mutual Company , That is , an Association ot rollcy Holders managed by men selected by themselves , from themselves , for themselves . Thus all officers and members aro allko Interested . Each member Is a full partner in the whole business , with liability limited to the amount actually invested . It thus adapts its plans to tho bsneSt of its numbers , adopts all real improvements and alms to be A MODEL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY . . > It was onj of tho Urst to adopt tho popular feature known In...

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

latitat YESTERDAY AND TO-DAY . BT MRB . JDLIA o . n . soan . ,- ———— ¦ ¦ Jli But yesterday among us here , , One with oursclvoB in hope and fear .. Joying like us In little things , The sheen of gorgeous insect wings , The song of bird , the hum of bee ,.. The white foam of the heaving sea . But yesterday your simplest speech , Your lightest breath , our hearts could reach ; Your very thoughts were ours . Our eyes Found in your own no mysteries . Your griefs , your joys , your prayers , wo knew , The hopes tbat with your girlhood grew . Bat yesterday we dared to say , Twero better you should walk this way Or that , dear child I Do thus or so ; Older and wiser we , you know . We gave you flowers and curled your hair , And brought new robes for yon to wear . To-day how far away thou art I In all thy life we have no part . Hast thou a want t We know it not ; Utterly parted from our lot , The veriest stranger Is to thee All those who love thee best can be . Deaf to our calls , bur praye...

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$ totk & attd fffafcte . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 9 May 1868

$ totk & attd fffafcte . Written for The Western Rural . ¦ HOW I BECAME A FABMER . BY RUBTICA . Does not every one remember the spring of 18641 Tbe demands of a remorseless war had swept from this Northwest the whole of our available farm hands , except a few who demanded for their services a remuneration no sane farmer would consent to pay ; so we , with many like ourselves , saw no hope of putting in our spring crop , and the acres subdued with so much difficulty must revert to their former savageness . Anxious to save as much as possible , my husband had tried boy help , and having sown his earliest field to barley he persuaded - Tommy to drag it in with the oxen , as he himself had imperative business for the horses on another field . Tom s laziness was not to be overcome by coaxing . The oxen were quite too smart for him , and would scramper across the field like dew , heeding Trims Who a-ha-geeing about as much as the winds . My husband coaxed , promised , and trie...

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THE CAPTAIN'S LOST ABM . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 9 May 1868

THE CAPTAINS LOST ABM . It was at one of our evening camp fires in India that he told the . story . Par in the distant jungle sonnded the cry of the terrible wild beasts that reigned there—it sounded over the plains and came to our ears with most dismal monotony . We could easily Imagine how gracefully < the tiger crouched there , how like flames his eyeballs gleamed . Above us was the deep , deep purple of an Indian sky , its stars burning with a lustre that our cooler England never knowSi The lurid blaze of our fire threw glimmers out into the darkness . There were four of us . We were half lying along the ground , each of ns industriously puffing at our cheroot . There * had been a silence of a quarter of an hour , when Charteris , looking at the Captain as he calmly smoked , said , Now , Roland , isnt it a favorable time to redeem your promise of a year ago ? Capt , Roland looked up questioningly . I believe there was no greater favorite in the regiment than Roland , ...

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THE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 9 May 1868

THE MARKETS Chicago Produce Market . - ¦ OFFICE OF TBE WBBTEEH RURAL , ; .,.-, _ Cnioioo , May 6 , 1868 . X APP _ ES- * 5 O 0 ® 7 60 % ) bl . BAELET—Very dull . Sales of small lots at $ 2 20 © 2 30 V cental . BEAN— $ 20 00 ® 2100 % J ton on track . BROOM CORN-No sales reported . BUTTER-Cholco dairy , 37 @ 89 c ; good tub , 33 @ 36 c ; prime firkin , 80 @ 36 c : common firkin , 18 < a 25 c . CHEESE—New York factory , 18 ® 19 c : Illinois factory , 17 @ 18 c ; Hamburg , 17 _ 18 o ; Western Reserve , 16 @ 17 c ; Western Dairy , 13 @ 14 c . OOKN-No . 1 , 88 *® 90 >* c ; No . 2 , 87 X ® 88 c CEANBEREIES —( 10 00 @ 18 00 V bbl . DRIKD FRUIT-Appics 7 ® 10 « c ; pcacbes 12 ® lSXy , pared , 27 c : blackberries , 18 @ 20 c . EGG 8-17 @ 18 c for fresh . . FLOUR-Sprlng extras , ( 8 87 # ® 1100 ; Spring superfinos , to 60 @ 8 82 « . * b HAT—In fair shipping demand and prices steady . Timothy , roller and beater pressed , $ 17 60 @ 18 60 Prairie roller and beater pressed , $...

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AGRICULTURAL . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 16 May 1868

AGRICULTURAL . The Cultivation of CornThe corn crop 1 B of such Importance to the American farmer that the most ample preparation should he made for it . Without deep . tillage a heavy corn crop can scarcely be obtained . Yet it Is not advisable to turn down the active surface soil , and to bring up the cold subsoil . In all land that is not naturally drained , artificial drainage is necessary , for deep tillage is useless If stagnant water is allowed to remain within a few inches of the surface , chilling the roots of the young plants , and lowering the temperature of the soil . When the water from melted snow and spring rain remains in the . soil until it is evaporated by the heat of summer a good early ripening crop of any kind cannot be obtained . One acre of land deeply tilled , thoroughly drained and well manured , will produce more corn than two or three acres imperfectly tilled , undralned and overrun with weeds . A field may be well drainediand rich in all the ingredients n...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 16 May 1868

(Hie Wwtixn § uM , AWeekl v Farm and Famil v Paper . PUBLISHED AT CHICAGO AND DETROIT . H . T ! f . F . Lewis , Editor and Proprietor . ASSOCIATE EDITORS : G . E . MORROW , Chicago ; EDWARD HASOlf , Detroit . IFYffl a Full Corps of Assistants and Conlributort . Term » , £ 3 . 80 per Years $ 3 . 00 In Clntw .

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AGRICULTURAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 16 May 1868

AGRICULTURAL Selection * ana . Condensations . k . ; Onr Native Cattle . After alluding to the introduction of European cattle into Mexico , as early probably as 1525 , which were undoubtedly the progenitors of what are now known as Texan Bangers , Mr . Allen In his new work , givesthe following brief summary of the introduction of neat cattle into the United States and Canada : In what are now the United States , the first English colonial settlement was made iu Virginia , on the James river , in the year 1607 , by a colony of a hundred men , which by suffering , disease and want of food , was reduced within a year , to thirty-eight . In 1609 , by new emigrations , the colony was increased to five hundred persons ; but in a few months they were reduced by death to sixty . Many cows were carried from the West India Islands to Virginia iu 1610 , and 1611 . In succeding years more adventures came out , but in 1622 , three hundred and forty-seven men , women and children were massacred...

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VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 16 May 1868

VETERINARY Conducted by A . J . Murray , Veterinary Surgeon . 265 Beaubun St ., Detroit , - Mich ., ( Late Professor in Royal Agricultural College , Cirencester , England . ) Fracture of Hi p in Cow . I have a cow that came In about two weeks ago , she was in extra good condition and seemed to be doing well , gave about ten quarts of milk at a time . The first time we noticed anything wrong with her , I noticed her standing alone when she commenced to stagger side ways as much as a rod and then lell down against a tree . She got up immediately . She seemed to be all right till Monday afternoon , when she was let out iu the field to get water , when she either laid down or fell down , and could not get up again . We got men and tried to get her to stand on Tuesday , but she seemed to have no use of her limbs , particularlyVher hind part . A good many men hove seen her and they think it is in her hip joint . She seems to be well , and eats well and chewsher cud . Wheu she stretches he...

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I HORTICULTURAL . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 16 May 1868

I HORTICULTURAL . Farmers Gardens . • Nothing adds to the comfort of a farmer and his family more than a large- well managed garden In which an abundant supply of small fruits and vegetables can be grown without much expense or without lnterfcr- . ence with the field crops . By a little economy enough manure can be collected from the liquids and solids which are generally permitted to go to waste about the house to keep up the fertility of the soil of the garden . A liquid manure tank will be found very serviceable for providing tie best sustenance for plants in a shape that it can be easily taken up by the roots . In this tank should be collected all the manurlal liquids which are generally thrown away , and when they have been enriched by age and fermentation , they may be pumped out and ap piled directly for saturating muck or long dry barn-yard manure . None but those who have tried it are aware of the beneficial effect a good drenching of liquid manure has upon barn-yard dung ....

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ilomcstic (& mmm . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 16 May 1868

ilomcstic (& mmm . Edited by a Practical Hoaaelceeper . Effects of Tea-Drinking . Not long since we gave something in favor of tea-drinking ; now , as we want to present both sides of the question , we give something against it . A writer says : If you pour a few drops of strong tea on a piece of iron—a knife-blade , for instance—the tannate of lion is formed , which is black . If you mix it with Iron filings or pulverized Iron , you may make it a fair article of ink . If you mix It with fresh human blood , it forms , with the iron of the blood , the tannate of iron . Now , when we remember that the liquids which enter the stomach are rapidly absorbed by the veins and absorbents of the stomach , and enter into the circulation , and are thrown out of the system by the skin , respiration and the kidneys , It is probable that a drink so common as tea , and sa abundantly used , will have some effect . Can it be possible that tannin introduced with so much warm liquor , produ...

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CONTENTS OF THIS NUMBEE . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 16 May 1868

CONTENTS OF THIS NUMBEE . Agricultural . — The Cutlvatlonof Corn ....... 167 Nortlrwestorn Exposition ot Wools and Woolens 157 Experiments In Sheep Feeding 157 : Sorghum Culture 157 Manuring Corn Land 157 • Ouri « * atlvo Cattle ... 168 Keeping Stock In Good Condition 158 Freuarlngtho Bets and Planting Hops .. ; ..... ... 168 db Weed Destroyer . .. .. 168 Dont Let Potatoes Mix in the Bill .. 158 Making Boll ... ......... 108 Canada Thistles . 168 Aorleultiiral Items ................... ...... 158 Wool Growers and Wool Manufucturers . 100 Northwestern Sheep Fair .......... 160 ¦ Grain Growing in New York . . 161 Management of tho Dairy 161 Horticultural . — Fnrmors ! Gardens ... ............ ..... ...... 169 Profits of Pear Oulturo ............ 159 Heading in Peach Trees ............. 169 Covering Garden Seeds ....... 169 Climbing Plants ......... 169 Horticultural Items 169 Iron for Fruit Trees ................... 169 Benefit of Frnnlng Dwarf Fears . 159 Best Varieties of Apples 169...

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