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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 7 March 1868

$ 5 . SEWING MACHINE . # 5 . THE WONDER OF THE AGE . A Mechanical Aehitmnynttai . SVOOHS , xmtmpattedtor CTILIIT , ttie ver * perfection tat EmiM Bmruoitr , The N * w FIVB DOLLAR FAMILY Siwna MAOHIKR . Late im . Srovement Four Liomao . Is Simple , Sapid trong , Xam and Sellable . In operation Sews riutand jr » A-r . Makes the BtiWK alike on both tidei , with doubU Oread . Warranted taitaept in order for 6 yean—rail . It ls used in thousands ot families . Bat Hood the test of man , and received medaU and divHamai . Stitches beautiful and Arm . A perfect machine . —JV . F . Tribune . Immense ProJiU to Agents . Single machines sent free per express en receiptor price , 16 . Address , FAMILY SEWING MACHINE CO ., * S 2 102 Nassau Street , New York .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 7 March 1868

HOPS I HOPS ! HOPS ! J tfOP ROOTS . , For Sale by . D . B . & E . O . RUDD , Hop Growers , 602 BeedsburgjSankCo . Wis . ARK YOUR CLOTHING with Clark s Indelible Pencil . Will not blot like ink ; convenient and neat ; will , not . wash out . Marks 1 , 600 articles . Pencils , postpaid , 60 c . Agents- wanted . H . D . 8 TURTEVANT , Room 14 Lombard . Block , Chicago .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 7 March 1868

AGENTS—Wanted-For Dr . Stewart s great work , THE AMEBIOAN FABMEBS HORSE BOOK . Full , complete and reliable ; a perfect encyclopedia on the subject . So simple In its language that all can understand lt , and so cheap that all ean buy It , Published in German and English . The English edition alone ( published January 26 ) , haa had an average sale of 2 , 000 copies per month , and the demand is largely increasing . No book now published offers agents equal inducements . Send for circulars and list ot Practical Tests of this great work , and judge for yourself . Address J . 8 . GOODMAN dc CO ., 6 Custom House Place , Chicago , III . 204

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 7 March 1868

ATTENTION , DAIRYMEN ! BAGGS CHEESE APPARATUS and Heater , for Factory use—The Cheapest nnd tho ; Best- . manufactured at 108 and 110 Heneca street , Cleveland , Ohio . Send for Circular , which will give fnll particulars . _ • . . ¦ * A . G . BAGG ; JR . ; & Co ., Proprietors , . 170 : : ; c -.: ¦ _> Box 2233 , Cleveland , Ohio ;

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 7 March 1868

GENTS WANTED-For WOMANS WORK IN THE CIVIL WAR . The most beautiful , interesting and popular book for agents , while woman s rights , duties and capacities are undergoing serious discussions . This nook is wanted everywhere . One lady sold 60 copies in two days . It contains $ 00 pages and 16 splendid steel portraits : and records tbe deeds and names of nearly 600 of America s noblest women , besides the great work performed by the thousands in organized and united effort . It is now receiving the warmest commendations from ithe press everywhere , many leading journals- devoting whole columns to its praise . Ladles , energetic young men and experienced book agents easily clear 1160 per S ^ R a > a ^ 5 4 ^ r < -irenI »> . ¦ Address , ZEIGLEE , McOURDTdt CO .. LombardBlook , Chicago , IU . 471 i

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 7 March 1868

ahrWc 5 tnuJl-jt . il . ; k WIEKLY JOURNAL FOB TU FM A \ P FIRESIDE . —¦* - t ; PUBLISHED AT CHICAGO AKD DETROIT—DISTISCT Eni- j TIONS . ! SnlMcrlptton Rate * .-Dingle Copy , t 2 . 50 per . year ; 4 * i 00 in Clubs of Four , with a free Copy for a Oil ) of Eight . Liberal Premiums and Commissions . . Subscriptions can commence at any time , or back numbers of ths Volume furnished . Club papers addressed to Individuals , rai-y be nit different post-offices , and may be seut as fust an procured . Thc Chlcajo edition IH designed for the West generally—the Detroit edition more particularly for Michigan . Unlet ) aHttrwiai directed , wc send-the Chicago edition to al ! subscribers , except in Michigan and tbe Canadas , to whom w « send the Detroit edition . / ¦ Remittances of SIO and over may be made by P . O . Money Order , Draft or Express at our cost and rizk . Premium Lists , with full particulars , extra specimonaoplen , posters , tte ., sent on request . I Address H . N . F . LEWIS...

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

PURE GARDEN SEEDS . BY MAIL , POSTAGE PAID . ON RECEIPT OF PRICE QUOTED , we will forward any of the following Seeds to any part of the United States , by mail , postage paid . Address all letter * to SHEPPARD AGO ., ( POST OWOE Box 2972 . ) ait PEARL STBEET , NEW YORK . Beet . MusIblKeUm . Perpkt . : Pero * . PerB . _ Perpkt . Perox . Pertt . Extra-early Bassano .......... . 05 . . 10 | 1 , 25 Early White Janan . 06 . 40 84 . 00 Early Blood Turnip - 06 . 10 1 . 26 Fine Nutmeg .. ; . 08 . 15 1 . 60 Long Smooth Blood . 05 , 10 LOO Green Citron , 05 • . 16 1 . 60 While sugar .................. . os . io I . OO Water-Mel © . * . Cabbage . Early Mountain Spront . 05 . 20 2 . 60 Early York . ... ; .-. — . 05 . . 25 . 100 M ^ toSweet .... . 05 . 16 1 . 60 Enr . y Large York 05 . 25 2 . 00 Black Spanish 05 . 15 2 . 00 Early Drumhead . ... 05 . 28- 2 . 00 Citron ( for preserves ) 05 . 16 2 . 00 Wlnnlngstadt ................. . 10 . 50 6 . 00 Onion . LateFlatDutch — . 10 . 50 5 . 09 . • ,.- ...

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

IMPORTANT TO POTATO GROWERS . * M __^_^_^_ W _^___^^ f ^* m \ mq _\^ . ^^_^_^_ ) i ^^^^^^^^^ M 8 Sfc « rJ ^| M |**| , ^ E * - *^ ** | M ^ 3 ^ . ChampionPotatoHarrester , ITHK GREATEST LABOR-SAVING MACHINE * ofthsage . Will dig from three to five acres pet day with one man and team , and leave the ground-in splendid condition . - We are prepared to . furnish a limited number of these machines at $ 200 each , delivered aboard the car * , and warrant them to give satisfaction * , trial to be made before machine 1 * paid tor . * , Order * must be sent in at once to secure machines fcr the coming season . . ¦ Terms cash , or good approved notes at * three .- months . BALDWIN * WAY , 130 lock Box 680 , Detroit , Mich . jW _\ a ^ nsrf ^ ttMP ° ^ v _ l _ T ^* jBHS / m MomoDucniY-uit ^^^^ k . pT ^© 2 ri n 0 * . TBADC . . MARK-. ¦ * _ Q ; REYM 0 LDS , BABBa aUSeUaoafkitmalmBOm tVf . « fpHK RBTHOIaDS > MOWER AND REAP- ¦¦• ER KNIVES , manufactured exclusively by us , underRtyntMi Pa ...

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^ twm and £ kfafte & [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 7 March 1868

^ twm and £ kfafte & THE LOST CHILD ; OR , TRAVELERS FOR A NIGHT . . [ Concluded from Last Week . ] ¦ •« * Wc wiil have a boiled dinner to-day , and boil that tongue , said Mrs . Lapham . And immediately the great Iron pot swung on the crane over the fire . . * * - Well , said Daisy , to whom everything was ambrosia ; and I will get the vegetables . So off she went with a tin pail on her arm among the bean-poles and corn-rows in her pink calico gown and white sun-bon-w & iiA * Presently she heard the sound of a hoof , and thongh she happened to be stooping for a bean-pod just then , with her back that way , she saw under her arm and through her eyelashes that the horse was gray . He didnt stop then . Well , Dr . Gorton had a way of his own , and perhaps he wonld not call til ! it was time for him to look after the vaccination . No , probably not . But then he knew already ; and so they were the same as engaged . Daisy flushed and thrilled all over at the thou...

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li fwtimt . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 7 March 1868

li fwtimt . Written for The Wettern Sural , THB WAK 8 O WINTER , ST MBS . H . 3 . UII . The wintiy drift * hae climbed the fence , And rest on tapmoet rail , ., Jn mony a bleak and breezy place , Where winds gar snow-fleets sail , And , lifted to the stormy sky , The rugged northern pine Wraps close its sheen o tartan green , . Its thousand leaves sae fine . Lang time ago the birds and flowers Gaed to some ither place , And left us here wi withered bowers O Spring the only trace . . ¦ And lang we wait for sun and showers To gle ns back again Thc monle tints o buds and flowers , The song-bird s cheery strain . The sky aboon is glowring yet Wl dark and angry frown ; The wintry winds gae steering by , And snaw-flakes wimple down . And while the wintry winds blaw fierce , And chill snows wrap the . earth , • In mony homes thc ingle s bleeze Lies warm npon the hearth . Bot wae is me I in mony more There s neither food nor fire I . Ood pity those wha , orphaned , hoe Nae kind and watebfu ...

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THE MARKETS , [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 7 March 1868

THE MARKETS , Chicago Produce Market . OFFIOE OF THE WESTERN RDKAL , ? . CHICAGO , March 2 , 1868 . S APPLES-Green , fi 00 @ 600 If bl ; Dried , 9 @ 10 # c lfilb . BARLEY—Inactive . Sales of No . 2 at ( 2 08 . BEANS- ( 4 OO ®! 60 V bu . BROOM CORN —( 100 00 @ 150 00 % > ton . BUTTER-Choico dairy , 35 @ 38 c ; good tub , S 0 @ 38 c ; prime firkin , 28 ® 32 c : common firkin , 11 ® 20 c . CHEESE—New York factory , 17 ® 18 c ; Illinois factory , 16 ® 17 c ; Hamburg , 16 ® 17 c ; Western Reserve , 15 @ 16 c : Western Dairy , 12 ® 14 . CORN-No . l ) 81 X @ 82 c ; New , 77 @ 78 c ; ear , 78 c . CORN-MEAL- ** - * 00 V ton . • CRANBERRIES—Cultivated , ( 15 00 @ 18 00 ; Wild , $ 9 00 ® 1200 ybb 1 . DRESSED HOGS-19 00 ® 9 60 W cwt . EGGS—26 c for fresh ; 18 @ 22 cfor limed ,. FLOUR—White winter , ( 13 60 ; Spring extras , ( 9 60 ® 10 60 ; Spring Superfines , ( 7 60 ; Bye , ( 8 45 . j HAY—Timothy , roller and beater pressed , ( f 6 00 ® 17 00 ; Timothy , loose pressed , ( 16 60 @ 17...

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AGRICULTURAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 14 March 1868

AGRICULTURAL Natural History of the Potato . In the Natural System of Botany the potato is placed in the 46 th order , among the Sohnacem or Nightshades . Of these Dr . LINDLEY says .: — They are all more or less poisonous ; even those which are food , like the potato , have their share of deleterious matter , but hot in the parts which are eaten . Lrrarisijs , in the class Pentandria , describes the plant , as Solanum tuberosum This term was first given by GERARD , who , in his Herbal ¦ , published in 1597 , gives a cut of the plant as [ Solanum tuberosum , and calls it the Virginia potato . The potato has not been known in Europe for more than 275 years . According to Sir JOSEPH BANKS , the potato which was said to have been brought to Ireland by Sir FRANCIS DRAKE , or Sir JOHN HAWKINS , was not our potato , but the Convolvulus Batatas , or sweet potato , which was used in England as a delicacy long before the introduction of the now common potato . In the manuscript minutes of th...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 14 March 1868

AjWeeklv Farm and Family Paper , PUBLISHED AT CHICAGO AND DETROIT . EC . IT . F . Lewis , Editor and Proprietor . AB 300 UTE EDITORS : CUE . MOBKOW , Chtago ; EDWABDXA 80 N , Detroit . Willi a Full Corpi ofAititlantt and Contributors . Ternur , $ it . BO per Year | # 8 . 00 in CInbs .

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AGRICDLIDRAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 14 March 1868

AGRICDLIDRAL Selection * « nd Condensation * . Butter Making in Holstein , In his valuable address at the recent meetof the Illinois and Wisconsin Dairymens Association , at Belvldere , 111 ., Mr . WILLABD gave the following new and interesting facts concerning butter making In Holstein , in the south of Denmark , being collected from a letter written . by JOSEPH B . WKBB to the Earl of Erne : Holstein butter in Europe , and Orange countyDutter in America , may be said to have reached the very acme of excellence in flavor and texture . In the large dairy farms in Holstein , having in many cases 100 to 200 cows , the- greatest attention is bestowed upon everything bearing upon the production of butter—for Instance , feeding of the cows , the manufacture of the butter , and the arrangement of the dairy buildings . The result is a very high average price obtained for their product . The make is divided into winter , or fodder make ; new milk ; grass , or summer make ; stubble , or autu...

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VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 14 March 1868

VETERINARY ^ Conducted brA . j ; Hurray , Veterinary Sumton . 266 Beaubien St ., Detroit , Mich ., ( late Profmor in Royal Agricultural College , Cirencaler , England . ) Soundness of Horses , The buyer must hot only satisfy himself on the important matter of the horses soundness , but must also ascertain that-he is free from vice . To be satlsfled on both of these points requires no , careless or cursory examination . Nimrod , ^ a very talented ^ writer on the horse , remarks that a war- * ranty of free from vice is one of &¦ very ; ticklish nature . It is difficult to prove any real act of vibe In a horse while in the possession of a seller ; and . In the next , from being ill-treated , or alarmed , may become vicious in a week , never having been so- before . - - ••• . - - It is my intention to limit my remarks chiofly to the subject of soundness ; ani , as to th <! vices , such as kicking , shying , baulking , eu > „ these may generally be detec...

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HORTOPLTPRAL ZZ [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 14 March 1868

HORTOPLTPRAL ZZ f Wisconsin State Horticultural Society . ! The annual meeting of this Society was held at Madison , Feb . 4-6 . The President , Joseph Bobbins , Esq - delivered an address of welcome to the members and visitors , after which he read * paper on The varietles . of grapes suited to the climate of Wisconsin . This essay was eminently practical , containing the writer s experience in testing the qualities of fifty varieties of the grapevine . The annual report was read by the Secretory , O . S . Wllley . The President and Secretary were re quested to confer with the Executive Committee of the State Agricultural Society , and make arrangements for a joint exhibition in the Fall of 1808 . The Society confirmed its decision of last year , recommending the following five varieties of apples for general cultivation : — Sops of Wine , Fall Stripe , St . iawrence , Perry Russet , Red Romanite , Willow Twig , BluePearmain , Plumb s Cider , Fall Orange , and Yellow Bellflower . ....

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JtomeMfc tewwrnt . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 14 March 1868

JtomeMfc tewwrnt . Kdlted by a Practical Housekeeper . Home-Made Clothing . Not Paulars , nor Infantados particularly , nor yet Leicesters nor Southdowns , but good common sheep , some with coarse and some with fine wool . These , firstly , twenty or thirty of them , well cared for , on every farm , their wool sacred to domestic use ; and , secondly , the good old-fashioned Industry to work it up . Going back to the dark ages t Not at all , progressive reader , but just bringing up into the present some of the old-time comforts , and including in the list of present female virtues that of domestic economy . Perhaps some have supposed the old spinning wheel obsolete in America , but many Michigan ladies yet perpetuate the economical habits taught by the good old grandmothers , now at rest , and its monotonous whiz is heard in many a household . We said on every farm . Rich farmers may well take the benefit of large manufactories , and exchange their wool for cloth , if they can be su...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 14 March 1868

Squashes and Onions . I HAVE WRIT TEN two very thorough works , one on the cultivation of each of theso vegetables , in which the directions given for every ttep of the process -for selecting soli , preparing , manuring , planting ,, protecting from insects , weeding , ripening , gathering , storing , and marketing the crop—are so very minute , that the new beginner can bo equally successful with experienced growers . Each work is folly itlnstrated . Sent to any address and warranted to reach the pur • chaser , at 80 cents each . Jf , on readin g them , any person thinks he hat not got hit money s worth I mil refund it gratis . Catalogues of warrant cd choice vegetable seed , over one hundred varieties of which are of my own growing , tint free to all . JAMES J . H . GREGORY , 180 Harblehead , Mass .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural — 14 March 1868

TO ATX . OWNING LAND . 1 . Its value depends on the improvements . . 2 . No improvement one-fourth as valuable ,: considering cost , as trees . 1 , 000 trees , worth ina few years $ 500 , can be had now for a $ 5 greenback , and no repudiation ! 8 . Trees need time—hence , you cant afford to lo se a single season : therefore , 4 . Plant this Spring . You dont need big trees any more than you need seed corn six feet long . 6 . A little money will buy small trees so much cheaper , surer , thriftier . 1 , 0001 year grafted apple , $ 50 . 100 nice light Dwarf Fear , ( 16 . 0 . The best way to get at them ( I think ) is to send three Red Stamps for three Catalosraes , to F . K . PHOENIX . 209 Bioomington Nnrscry , Bloomington , HI .

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