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TABLE OF CONTENTS . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898

TABLE OF CONTENTS . CURRANT AFFAI RSNews Comments 1 C 07 Incompetent Officers- .......... ..... ; .. . . 1608 Let the People Own Them .. .... ........ , 1608 American Federation of Labor Opposedto Expansion . 1608 Congress Will Investigate War 1608 Some Good out : of . Nazareth ............. . 1608 Wants it Written Into the Law .- ........ . 1608 Gage nnd ¦ the ¦ McCleary Bill ....:..... ; .. 1609 Idleness : in-Havana ... ! . ............. V .. . 1609 Trained Agriculturists :.... .. : ........... 1609 Give Us a Lift 1609 TIS 1 KLY TOPICS—Trade and Prices V ..:.... • . ; ...... V ...... . . 1619 The Tragedy of a Nation . . . ......... 1619 QUERIST COLUMN—Ferrets Wanted . 1006 Weed ^ Runner . . ... : ............. ¦ . ; 1606 To Train / a Shepherd . Dog ...... v . 1606 Washington s Birthday . . ¦ .. ; . 1600 Tho Bait is . Tomptmg 1618 Boss Grain . Grinder Wanted ............. 1618 Bbdks and Er ee Silver .... ; .: .. 1618 RURAL AlTFAIKSs—Christmas .. .. . 16 io Christmas Beeves : 1610 E...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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QUERIST COLUMN . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898

QUERIST COLUMN . Sign your name antf address to all letters for this department . We take no notice of unsigned communications . We will not publish the names If so requested . Questions will not be answered unless written on paper containing no refernce to subscriptions or other departments ot the paper . Questions of law In this column are answered by O . R . Barnett , of the Chicago Bar , 1516 Monadnock building , Chicago . 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 tee of $ 1 per question . Ferrets Wanted . We are having numerous inquiries for ratcatching ferretts . Anyone having thein for sale will , do well to advertise the fact through these columns . . ¦ ~ Weed Runner Can you give the address of any firm that makes a seed and stubble burner?—Glasston , N . Dak . Subscriber . , —Wo : can not . To Train a . Shepherd Dog . ~ T < W...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898

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

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898

Many men and women are almost within the deadly grasp of consumption . Although its fatal hand is unseen , its pr els ence is ¦ / > ^««»«^ - ™ a »^>^^^—- made known by ¦ - ^ K 2 >!^^^^^^ B unmistakable M ^^ V ~~ f- ^^^^ H symptoms . Ca- B __^ F af * /^^^ B tarrh of ten y ^ T ^ - ^ . aVr a ^ H leads to con- s ^ -ltyty . -W ^^^ m ¦ . sumption . /~ \ ~ ^ ty * • N V ^^ B A ; stubborn / vv- ^ -s - ^ g / ^^ H cough , . sore throat , pains in the chest , bronchitis , bleeding at the lungs , loss of flesh and general weakness are warnings that this relentless disease is about to gather in a victim . A remedy for all the diseases which , if neglected or badly treated , lead up to consumption , is found in Dr . Pierce s GoldenMedical Discovery . It builds up the weak places and fortifies the system against the onslaughts of disease . It helps the appetite , assists digestion , is an aid to the proper assimilation of food , and cleanses the blood of all its imp...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898

EVERY SUCCESSFUL farmer who raises fruits , vegetables , berries or grain , knows by experience the importance of having a large percentage of Potash in his fertilizers . If the fertilizer is too low in Potash the harvest is sure to be small , and of inferior quality . : Our books tell about the proper fertilizers for all crops , and we will gladly send them free to any farmer . OERriAN KALI WORKS , 93 Nassau St .- . New York . LUMBER AT HALF PRICES . Send us your bill for estimate . We furnish complete barn , house , corn-crib and factory outfits , doors , windows , shingles , lath , lime , iron roofing and building material of all kinds . CHICAGO HOUSE WRECKING CO ., Purchasers of West 35 th & Iron Sts . , Worlds Fair Buiiatngs ; Chicago Post office Buttaing . Send for free Illustrated General Catalogue , containing- Merchandise for the Home , Field , Farm and Factory . W © can save you money * FLORIDA . 3 <> hours from Chicago via Cincinnati and ...

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CURRENT AFFAIRS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898

CURRENT AFFAIRS All pr otestant missionary work has hitherto been effectually prohibited by Spain in the Philippines . Of course this must cease and all religions be treated alike . ¦ Rev . CD . Coe , who is in charge of the only Baptist mission in Alaska , is in Chicago . He has been in the north for six years and is well satisfied with the results of his labors . ¦ At a recent meeting of the National Civil . Service Reform League in Baltimore a paper read by H . H . GUassie showed that the terrible abuses of Spanish rule had arisen from the spoils system in civil service . a The Chicago congregational ministers adopted : a resolution at their weekly : meeting December 19 protesting against the seating of Congressman-Elect Brigham- H . Roberts of Utah , because he has three wives . a Under the law of 97 the Secretary of the Treasury has ordered the collection of a discriminating duty on sugar against the countries who have given a home bounty . This applies to Prance , Germany and ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898

Published Weekly byithe Howard & Wilson Publishing Company , MADISON and FRANKLIN STS ., CHICAGO . Gen . C . H . Howard , Jas . W . Wilson , MANAGING EDITOB . BUSINESS MANAGER . Subscription rates , one dollar a year of 52 numbers . Single copies five cents . Advertising rates made known on application . K . S . THAIN , Manager Advertising Department . AU communications should bo addressed NATION AL : BUBAL AND FAMILY ; MAGAZINE , Chicago , 111 . EASTERN ; OFFICE ; ( for advertising department only ) : Frank S . Smith , 47 Times Building , New York . Entered at the Chicago Postofflce as Second-class matter .

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Incompetent Officers [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898

Incompetent Officers THB following telegram tells a story of incompetency . It may be directly the fault of the surgeon of the Santiago hospital . It might be-the Quartermaster of that .. department , but the comanding officer should be held responsible : • Norfolk , Ya ., Dec . 12 . —Thirty volunteers landed at Fort Monroe yesterday , having arrived from Sanitago on the-transport Obdam , in scant clothing . ¦ They-were furnished with winter uniforms to-day . The men were just convalescent and suffered from ? the cold . It is reported that an investigation will be made to ascertain why these men were allowed to leave the Santiago hospital in linen clothing . The same sort of incompetency or heedlessness or heartlessness has been noted all through the late Spanish war . Men were rationd with pork , barrel on barrel of it in the tropics in midsummer , and for weeks had no vegetables and no fruit . It is easy to shift the blame upon some unknown commissary or quartermaster , but . a . ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898

Let the People Own Them THE Daily News of Chicago ,, under the title above quoted , declares that in any ordinance which may be passed as to street railways , there should be a provision for public ownership . It takes courage to advocate this policy of true cooperation , instead of murderous competition . We quote : Whatever may be the outcome of the campaign for extended traction-franchises , this point should not be overlooked : No franchise for any term of years or for any percentage should be granted that does not include the provision , amply safeguarded , that the city may , at its option and oh due notice , elect to own the right of way and rails laidin the public streets . Then the city may grant tb the highest and best bidder the privilege of conducting street railways for the accommodation of the public . If there are ^ millions in it for Mr . Yerkes and his traction partners the same millions are in it for the people . They own the streets ; they ought to have the benefi...

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Congress Will Investigate War [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898

Congress Will Investigate War THE Sulzer resolution calling for a war investigation on behalf of Congress gives promise of being something more than a whitewashing affair . It authorizes the House Committee : on . Military , Affairs ? to probe all the proceedings of the ^ Var Department , and to send , for books , documents , papers-and persons , examine persons under oath , and sit in any part of the United States . With these powers , and the determined men on the committee , no amount of official secretivehess will be allowed to block the committee s work . The feelings of the American people have been outraged by the newspaper ? reportsY-of . ^ mismanagement and official incompetency , and these reports , have been con . firmed by thousands of individual cases : of suffering among the brave boys at the front , which was plainly avoidable . The military commission has accomplished nothing , owing , in part , no doubt , to its lack of the very powers which the . present commission...

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Some Good Out of Nazareth [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898

Some Good Out of Nazareth T HAT iniquitous measure passed by the last Illinois legis lature , through the seductive influence of boodle furnished by the Chicago street , railway , companies , entitled the Allen Bill , is likely to prove a boomerang to the companies and result in municipal ownership . This law grants to cities the power to give fifty-year , franchises to street railroads , fixing the rate of fare for twenty years at 5 cents . The corporations scented the danger of . municipal ownership from its success in Europe and Canada , and also danger from the success of Plhgree s 3-cent fare ordinances in Detroit , and so secured the passage of this measure , with the intent to get fifty-year franchises through the Chicago , city council , and thereby head off municipal ownership for that length of time at least . They have struck a snag , however , inChicagp s energetic , free-silver , anti-monopoly mayor , wlio , withianV . honest minority of the council at his back and nine...

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Wants It Written into the Law [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898

Wants It Written into the Law ON every hand we find that our single gold standard friends are anxious . Theybegin to admit plainly and fully that , according to . the law of theland , the United States is far from being on the single gold standard . The latest utterance is from H . H . Hanna , the celebrated flnancier of Indianapolis convention fame . He deplores the position of Comptroller Dawes , but tries to explain that Dawes is only trying to put the note holder in a safer condition than the depositor . and thinks the McCleary bill might be modified to meet the demand of Dawes . Hanna sees the danger of disagreement , among the goidites themselves . 77 : 777 . - But on the one point that something in the way of legislation must be-done to overthrow bimetallism , once and forever , Hanna is ? very positive . What becomes of the claim of 1896 thatthe Republican party were really bimetallists , onlytha ? t they preferred an international agreement ? It would seem that Hanna and th...

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American Federation of Labor Opposed to Expansion [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898

American Federation of Labor Opposed to Expansion AT the recent annual meeting of the American Federation of Labor at Kansas City , President Gompers , in his report , struck the key-uote in relation to imperialism , militaryism , and the policy of expansion , which will find a harmonious chord among the industrial classes in general ; The report goes into considerable length on the war , the valiant work done by laboring men for their country and on the questions that arise from the results 1 of that contest . Regarding the annexation of the Philippines it says : We cannot annex the Philippines without a large increase in our standing army . A large standing . army is repugnant to republican institutions and a menace to the liberty of , our own people . If . we annex the Philippines we shall have to conquer the Filipinos by the force of arms and thereby deny to them what we claim for ourselves—the right of self-government . . We shall surrender the present safe and independent posi...

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Gage and the McCleary Bill [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898

Gage and the McCleary Bill S ECRETARY GAGE S pronounced advocacy of currency reform on the lines of the McCleary bill is an indication of his training and habits of thought . A banker from boyhood , he looks at all currency questions from a banker s standpoint . Being himself an honest man , in the ordinary commercial sense at least , he believes all bankers to be both honest and unselfish , , and , therefore , he advocates their full control ofthe nation s currency with power to contract and expand it at will , to raise or-lower the prices of all commodities produced in the United States , real estate and even stocks and bonds , and to know by . concerted action monthsbeforehand when it is to be done . He advocates putting this enormous , this unparalleled responsibility , on the shoulders of the bankers of the United States , and believes they will use it for the benefit of the people at large . Giving Mr . Gage credit for all honesty , this must be his belief . Do the citizens of...

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Idleness in Havana [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898

Idleness in Havana A WRITER in Havana gives a sad picture of the idlers . Great things are expected of the American occupancy ; but can it give work to these idlers ? We quote from a letter in the Daily News : The city is thronged with idlers . Men in rags and dirt lounge in the parks and fashionable boulevards by day and lie down to sleep on doorsteps , a flagging and cobblestones at night . From morning till late in the evening crowds of beggars , men , women and children , make the rounds of the leading hotels . -During the day it is difficult ta find a shaded and secluded spot that does not shelter some sickly , dejected creature or perhaps a whole family . Late at night one stumbles across their recumbent bodies at every turn and corner of the narrow streets . Many of these are reconcentradoes—men , women , babes and children , who broke through the trocha only to find starvation , from which they had fled . Hundreds of these died during the war , but thousands remain . They ar...

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Trained Agriculturists [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898

Trained Agriculturists THE College of Agriculture at Madison , Wis ., is taxed to its utmost in order to accommodate the students who are now attending . • The register shows an enrollment of 320 , of which 190 are attending the practical farmers course known as the . short course in Agriculture . In this course , the young men from the farms receive practical and scientific training in feeding and managing stock , treatment of the common diseases of farm , animals , and judging live stock from the dairyman and , butcher s standpoint . Farm dairying , blacksmithing , agricultural physics , horticulture , farm bookkeeping , farm carpenter work and many other useful subjects are also taught . The class in the Short Course is composed largely of young mnn from twenty to thirty years of age who have borne responsibility and had practtical experience on the- farm before beginning study . Many of these are preparing to become farm managers , and will be pleased to accept positions at mode...

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Give Us a Lift [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898

Give Us a Lift We have liberal terms to offer those who will make up clubs of subscribers to this paper . Write for terms , samples , etc . Lend us a hand to extend the field of usefulness of the best of farm papers . * Col . Wm . J . Bryan has tendered his resignation as Colonel of the Third Nebraska Regiment U . S . Volunteers : . His resignation has been accepted . In giving a reason for so doing , he said : I thought the time of the signing of the treaty of peace was an opportune one for me to resign . There is to be no . more fighting , and I did not see the necessity of going to Cuba with my regiment at the sacrifice of personal interests when so many others with more military knowledge are ready to take my place . • We think Mr . Bryan s course is wise . He can employ his talents to much better use for the good of . his country than in doing garrison and police duty in : Cuba . > The President and Secretary of the Navy had an interesting visitor a few days ago in t...

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RURAL AFFAIRS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898

RURAL AFFAIRS Edited by W . B . Lloyd . Christmas IT is Christmas time . Not only outward signs indicate this but also the thoughts which prompt all in what they do these closing days of the year . And what is all this planning and presentgiving for ? What means this Christmastime ? What does it mean to you ? Christmas should be a festival time in every home , a time when even the- smallest child should have a share in the rejoicing and unselfish giving . But why ? To make some one happier ahd better . No one is so poor or so weak that he cannot give something . A Christmas greeting , a happy smile , a handshake may help to make the day brighter and happier for some one . Wealth and great feasting are not needed to make a happy Christmas .. The Christmas season should . be one in which the joy of giving is so much greater than that of receiving that the child , through his own experience , is prepared to receive the great truth found in John iii : 16 . For weeks beforehand the mothe...

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