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CLOVER HAY FOR HORSES . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896

CLOVER HAY FOR HORSES . A LMOST everybody will admit that clover hay is the best for cows . -It is much more nutritious than timothy , and all animals that eat hay are very fond of it . The trouble with horses is that they like it too well , and eat so much clover that their stomach is distended and interferes with fast driving , and to some extent , with heavy work . Another reason is that clover is more apt to be injured in curing than other hay . If there is any fomentation above a slight heating that brings the clover up to blood heat some of the leaves will be made too dry and be turned into dust . This is very bad for horses that have had their lungs injured by hard driving when the stomach was full . It often happens that the clover hay is very dusty . In such cases cutting and wetting it removes the difficulty . Even without cutting musty hay should be sprinkled with water before being fed to horses . It should also be given moderately , making up with grain the deficiency i...

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CABLED POULTRY , GARDEN AND RABBIT FENCE , . MANUFACTURED BY DE KALB FENCE CO ., OF DE KALB , ILL . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896

CABLED POULTRY , GARDEN AND RABBIT FENCE , . MANUFACTURED BY DE KALB FENCE CO ., OF DE KALB , ILL . Before inviting your attention to the display cut of the Cabled Poultry , Garden and Rabbit Fence , made by the DeKalb Fence Co ., of DeKalb , 111 . ; as shown on another page , we want to say that the marvelous growth of the company and the great demand for their goods in every state of the Union is another instance fully establishing the fact that . true merit will lead to success every time . These people were far-seeing enough from the start to fully appreciate this , , and every line they manufacture receives the greatest care possible as to quantity and quality of material , workmanship , and the perfect adaptability of their goods to every section of the country , whether hilly or level , hot or cold . - The steps in the . above cut shows the different heights of their Cabled Poultry , Garden and Rabbit Fence , and the number of horizontal t > 3 mo // . 27 C- ? 6 / e...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896

j 0 T MEDICAL ^ 7 TREATMENT . ^ If you want the best expert and scientific treat ment by the leading physicians and specialists ol the country , consult only DB . HATHAWAT __ COa-TO Dearborn St ., Chicago , III . All Chronic Diseases of men and women , Private , Skin . Blood and Nervous Diseases . Cases treated by mail all over tbe world by sending for Symptom Blank No . 1 for men , No . 2 for women . No . 3 , Skin Diseases No . 4 for Catarrh . Best of references .

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896

Mill A TADII Q for sale on crop payments , 10 per IU 1 IH I Hnlnu cent cash , balance }_ crop yearly I until paid for . J . MULHALL , Waukegan , 111 . SOUTHERN FARMS . MILLS , MINERAL UUU I IIUllll lands , etc ., for sale , rent and exchange . GEO . B . CRAWFORD & CO ., Richmond , Va . JL _ JACKS ® JENNETS ¦¦ n PrUe-wlnnlnB Blood . ^^^ ll IWrdualia * . Mule breedinc solve * H _ f f the profit of the hone trade . For • tfHMHl ^ partlciilara , write J _ . W . HOPKINS . PIBr , ILL ^^^ W £ WILL n II A _ % If •^ aBJlH SELL YOU u II IS IS Y \ iSftllM Cart , Surry , Phaeton , Spring j ^ - _ m _ yQm & p <~ T * _ Wagon , Harness or Saddle /\ SJ $ B _________\ w /\ iri the world at Lowest ^^^¦¦ H ^^^ K g ^^ WholesalePrices ^ hip- \ Z _ mlM > J ? t yv * Vw \ v ^/ pe ( * * - *• ° * • D # anywhere to Vjc \ 2 | \\/^ OvlSri \ x anyone with privilege of ^• AQ Q ^ X ^ -2 * Z 2 m x * r examination . All goods guaranteed as represented or money refunded . ...

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VETERINARY i [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896

VETERINARY i The several departments of this paper are for the use and convenience of its subscribers exclusively Those wishing aavice in this , column will please state -their questions plainly and concisely and upon . paper • containing no reierence to subscriptions or to other departments of the paper . In relation to diseases and ailments of live stock , it is necessary . that we be exactly ¦ Informed of the symptoms as observed , else it will be impossible to fuUy understand and prescribe , for the -case . We cannot answer veterinary inquiries by mail , unless $ 1 ( the regular veterinary fee ) is inclosed . WART ON HOCK . —I have a colt that has a large wart on Its hock joint . I had it cut off • some time ago , but it has again appeared and is now about the size of an orange ; : and Is still . growing . I also tied a cord around it , and applied coal , tar , but it did no good . What will • cure it?—Dan , Kansas . —The wart must be removed either by the use of the . knife or ...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896

¦ SBBPOSELEY S ¦ BlBiSIB Dl A ^ Mneuv < I 8 IHuH I m In HI vOvlDENT HIBSBS ^ BP LI HaHl IHI III _ ^ T _ _ * A __ t t ~> m ^~ _ f >__ M _^ S _ f ^____ H vREAMERYi mogPl ^^ p ^ l m n SOLD ON MERIT . BW |^ Su ^ r 3 mV m Send for Special Introduo * II ^ H Jfllll IH fRElK ? AlD r BYUS . IBB HJI | | MOSELEY & PRITCHflRD ^ ps ^ mmiEEgy | - ^ j m MonufatupJng Co .,

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896

The Western Rural 289 0 . 01 OF 1 PER CENT . ONLY , THREE DIFFERENT TESTS . __ _ ____ 0 . 05 of 1 per cent . Only , -.. E ^ jnf 7- AVERAGOF 19 TESTS . ^^ B f ^ pn Such is the grand history of tests , extending over wnP r 1 - ^ a period of two months , at Cornell University Ex- . ^ \ $ TJ \ periment Station , of the W \ C W IMPROVED US . SEPARATOR I M \ As just published in Bulletin No . 105 of that Station ; m *]/ \\ the United states Separator excelling all compete fii—rf / y ing dairy machines , and repeating again the history ffl li ^^ of the tests recorded in Bulletin No . 66 of the same Ml % Truly , The U . S . Stands on Its Own Bottom . ^ 3 ^^^ Wg ^ - PRICES , $ 75 . 00 AND U _ P , ^ — W ^ ¦ * Send for pamphlets giving full details . t — Jmm _® s _ * __ ¦¦ **_— -- We want agents in every town and county where we have none . V ^ JT ^^ VERMONT FARM MACHINE CO ., - Bellows Falls , Vt . PORTABLE DISC SHARPENER . /__ Used without -water . Never wears out or loses it » temper . Bett...

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Farm , Garden and Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896

Farm , Garden and Orchard MEETING OF INSTITUTE WORKERS . A CALL has been made for a convention of farmers institute workers to be held at Watertown , Wisconsin , March 13 , 1896 , in connection with the Wisconsin Tenth Annual Closing Institute . This was done at the suggestion of Secretary Leech of Manitoba , who thought it fitting to hold such a meeting in Wisconsin , as she was a pioneer in institute work . The call and the . place of meeting has been given the hearty approval of leading institute workers throughout the land and the interest manifested is such as to insure a fairly good attendance . Such a gathering can but be of much benefit to institute work all over the United States and Canada . Besides the institute workers to whom the meeting especially belongs it is probable there will be a goodly number of aggricultural editors present who will be glad to join hands with their brothers , the institute workers , in the good work of advancing farming and the farmers interest...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896

Michigan New Muck I . » . nd SEED POTATOES Are Always the Best ! MiShi ^ n 1 ^ 8 ^ Cholce T sorts $ 1 . 60 per barrel . Early fair-1 &* 2 nd r ! arman No . 3 , two best varieties . Mich etc „? E ? der ,. 0 a , t - the * 96 novelty . Seed Corn Clover & a ^ pXtW C < ^ M T 4 ° - pa * e catalog and new Beeatar / Mlch . HAMM ° 1 , D Seedsman , Please mention the Western Rural .

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896

hLxperience has proven conclusively that better grapes and peaches , and more of them , are produced when Potash is liberally applied . To insure a full crop o choicest quality use a fertilizer containing not less than io % Actual Potash . O rchards and vineyards treat- . ed with Potash are comparatively free from insects and plant disease . Our pamphlets are not advertising circulars booming special fertilizers , but are practical works , containing latest researches on the subject of fertilization , and are really helpful to farmers . They are sent free for the asking . GERMAN KALI WORKS , 03 Nassau St ., New York . NEW IMPERIAL TOMATO ( ROLES Early Water Melon and Cincinnati *< Market Radish , three leading Vegetable Novelties , 1 pkt . each for only 10 cts . Or three Flower Novelties—Pansy Large German , Cosmos Giant Perfection , and Zinnia New Giant , l pkt . ea . for only 10 c , or the two collections together with a , pkt . of CU PID , the new dwarf Sweet Pea , for...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896

NEW CHRYSANTHEMUM SEED . These charming new Chrysanthemums from Japan bloom the first year from seed . They embrace all styles , varieties and colors , including the exquisite new Ostrich Plume types . Rosettes , Globes , Fimbriated , Miniature and Mammoth . Sow the seed this spring , the plants will bloom profusely this fall . 25 cts . per pkt ., or For only 30 c . we will mall all the following : 1 pkt . NEW JAPANESE CHBYSANTHEMUM SEED . • lpkt . SGABL . ET PANSIES , fino red colors , lpkt . MABQABET CASEATION , all colers , blooms inSoos . lpkt . VERBENA GIANT WHITE SCENTED . new fragrant . 1 pkt . FILIFEBA or V 7 EEPING FAL 1 I , a grand plant , lpkt . DWABF GIANT FLO WEB ED CANNA , mixed , ex . fine , lpkt . CUPID DWABF SWEET PEA ( 3 Seeds ) 10 Bulbs FANCY GLADIOLUS , all different colors . 2 NEW OBCHID GLADIOLUS , exquisite colors . 8 MAMMOTH OZALIS , different colors . and our GREAT CATALOGUE , 136 pages , with magnificent colored plates and covers . These 7 pacKets of seed N...

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U '¦* THE EDITOR ! At OUTLOOK [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896

U ¦* THE EDITOR ! At OUTLOOK 1 , * i r r •¦ * . . *¦ * ( f r * , 4 f * » EDITORIAL-StAFF ¦ .... ¦; GENERAL C . H . HOWARD , - ,. • JAMES W . WILSON , EDITOR-IN-CHIET . t < » BUSfNESS MANAGER AND ASSOCIATE EDITOR . OTIS McG AW HOWARD , - !• - ..- WILLIAM B . LLOYD , ASSOCIATE EDITOR . , \ ** AGRICULTURAL EDITOR . MRS .-BERTHA CASWELL NORTON , HOUSEHOLD : EDITOR .

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SHUTTING' OUT THE LIGHT . j [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896

SHUTTING OUT THE LIGHT . j S OME legislation is proposed in a bill now before Congress which seems to us inimical to the interests of the people . - We refer to the Loud bill ( H . R ., 4566 . ) Briefly put , the Loud ; bill provides for the removal of certain forms of printed matter from the regular second class of mailable matter , for which ; the rate is one cent a pound , to a special classification , on which the rate shall be one cent for each four ounces or fraction thereof . The forms of printed matter involved are : All sample copies of newspapers and periodicals ; all books or reprints cf books , whether sold by subscription or otherwise , or whether they have been issued as premiums or supplements or form parts of regular , newspapers or periodicals ; all unsold copies of newspapers and periodicals , commonly termed returns , and now customarily sent back by many dealers : to publishers through the mail , and all extra numbers of regular publications sent by the publisher...

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A WISE ECONOMY ., , [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896

A WISE ECONOMY ., , T HIS paper is emphatically for economy . For the wholesale extravagances of / politicians appropriating public moneys for alleged : local improvements , it has no sympathy whatever . ., ¦ _ ... This year of all others , when a yawning deficit must be met by borrowed money ) it wrould seemas ii the time for economical riianagement was ^ mo ; stjappropr ) ate . It by ! , tio means follows , however , that niohey , already m ^ Uncle Sam should be allowed tbgwaste , dr tne interests of the ; nation to . languish , for lack of ^ funds . We are not a poverty-stricken hation-Vas a nati 6 hi--to whatever straits we have been reduced as individuals by financial tricksters . Our country can not afford to waste money in aiiy way ; neither can she afford to neglect tlie public interests on a plea of poverty . In the case of the Nicaragua Canal now under consideration by Congress , there is danger that a great work will remain undone , and millions expended will be lost , be...

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WORSE AND WORSE . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896

WORSE AND WORSE . HpHE financial stricture , not to say poverty , that is pp1 pressing our producers / is shown by the American , an . able national journal , published in Philadelphia , to be increased by the fact that not only are our exports compared with imports diminishing but , owing to low and decreasing prices resulting from the demonetization of silver , it requires a much greater amount of American products to be sold in exchange for the gold that Great Britain yearly demands of us . The lower , the prices , the more of our products must be taken for this gold . The table compiled by the American shows that $ 149 , 128 , 164 less were received for our exports in 1895 than would have been at prices ruling in 1894 , and that $ 961 , 523 , 419 less v / ete received : for pur exports for 189 5 than We would haye . had at the prices of 1873 . The insatiable maw of the bond-holo ! ets of England consumes this greatly increased amount ojpur products . * - ¦ - * Andye ^ ffie gold ...

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, > ; > . -. * . ; f j GIVE THEM STATEHOOD . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896

, > ; > . -. * . ; f \ j GIVE THEM STATEHOOD . I Tis . npt right to make the two Territories , New Mexico . and Arizona , a football of mere politics . The interests , of our citizens resident and doing business in those Territories are to be considered in the question , of statehood .-Will it benefit the material interests . of the people to beaptmitted into the Union ? . Will it- be for their advantage * politically ? Will it promote good schools , goPd ftoads , ; the development of mines , agriculture and other re- ^ oi ^ rces ? Will it establish a fairer principle of taxation by Jg iyirig a better representation in the various branches of Republican Government through which the taxes are laid aridassessed ? -cAfl these : questions must be answered in the affirmative . It would result in benefit to the people , in general , resident in these Territories to have a membership in the Union . The question as to population and other usual qualifications for state...

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Daily Doings [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 27 February 1896

Daily Doings • MONDAY , FEBRUARY 17 . . —Many women were injured in a fire in a shirt factory at Troy ; N ; Y . —Dr . Donaldson Smith , a young African explorer , returned to his home in Philadelphia where he will at once write a book . —President Dole granted full pardon to ex-Queen Lil , and liberty to go here she pleases as long as she does not leave the Islands . —The coroner s jury has found that the double murder and suicide of Jesse Jones of Centerville , Iowa , was caused by insanity brought on by cigarette smoking . TUESDAY , FEBRUARY 18 . —Amelie Rives , the authoress , marries the Russian prince ,. Pierre Troubetzkoy . —Advices received from Yokohama state than an insurrection , has broken out in Korea caused by the royal decree regarding , the natives to cut off their cues . —Miss Clara Barton received assurances , from the Porte , of full protection and aid for all her agents in the distribution of alms among the sufferers in Armenia . . —By an explosion in the Vulcan c...

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