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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896

ArtinhnLfooacreev®n.in&*?^ HI lllallllliKN seasons . Before you < fll IIUIIUIIUU buysendforfree es-. say on them and learn all about chufas , to J . P . VISSERING , Melville . Madison Co . HI . STRAWBERRYPLANTS { $£ per IOOO . The best plants you ever taw . Raspberries/Blackberries and other small fruits cheap . SEEDPOTATOES. $ 1 . 50 per barrel . New Varieties , true to name , first quality , Northern Grown . Lists free J OHK P . BAT TOUT , Wankon , Iowa . MichiganWonderOats. The 1896 novelty . The greatest yielder ever introduced . Weighs 40 pounds per bushel , machine measure . Yielded llb ] 4 bushels per acre lasi year . My 40-page catalogue tells ail about this Oat Wonder . It is free . Carman No . 3 potatoes , $ 5 . 50 a barrel . Choice sorts , $ 1 . 50 a barrel . Glover seed , $ 5 . 25 a bushel . Hathaway , Dent Corn , the leading dent variety . My new book , Potato Culture in a Nutshell , Free . Address HAKRT N . HAMMOND , Seedsman , Decatur * Mich . j...

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I OurExcursions [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896

I OurExcursions IMPORTANTCHANGEINROUTE CHEAPJSk... TRIPS.W* ^ rWk AlftAAIIfll AlltitADOaro NORTH CAROLINA . Since our last paper we Bave arranged with the following additional roads to sell tickets at all their stations for one fare the round trip to North Carolina , on the 10 th of this month : - THE CLEVELAND , CINCINNATI , CHI CAGO AND ST . LOUIS , otherwise known as the Big Four , with connection from Chicago , via Lafayette , Ind ., and Indianapolis , to Cincinnati . From Benton Harbor , Mich ., via . Elkhart , Goshen , Wabash , Marion and other Indiana points to Louisville . From Cleveland , via Wellington , Shelby , Crestline , Delaware ; Columbus , Springfield , Dayton and other OJiio points to Cincinnati . From Sandusky , via Tiffin , Bellefontaine and other Ohio points to Cincinnati . Take whichever train is most convenient to reach Cincinnati inthe morning of the 11 th , so as to connect with the train on the Chesapeake and Ohio from Cincinnati , which leaves the Union de...

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FLORIDA ROUTE CHANGE [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896

FLORIDA ROUTE CHANGE Also note the following changes in the route of the excursion to Florida . FROM ST . XOUIS . From St . Louis and connections . buy tickets over the Illinois Central . The , following will be the route and rate : Buy tickets to Green Cove Springs , Fla ., via this route . Leave St . Louis ( C . S . L . ) ...... 8 : 55 p . m . Arrive Du , Quoin 11 : 30 p . m . Leave Du Quoin .. . ... r - 11 : 35 p . m . Leave Cairo i : 30 a , m . Arrive Holly Springs . 7 : 20 a . m . - Kan . City , Memphis & Bir . Leave Holly Springs ; ... .- . 7 : 37 a . m . Arrive New Albany ........... 8 : 51 a . m . Arrive Tupelo 9 : 50 a . m . Arrive Armory 10 : 35 a . m . Arrive Jasper 1 : 25 p . m . Arrive Birmingham 3 :-i 5 p . m . From Birmingham to Jacksonville ; we shall pass through the most attractive part of Georgia , arriving at Jacksonville early in the morning of the 12 th and at-Green Cove Springs a few hours later . AT GREEN COVE : we shall be met by a delegation of ...

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News from Our Colonies [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896

News from Our Colonies r * We are thankful to be of use to so many people who are seeking new homes . . Also * to turn the tide back from city to country . - • The cities are congested and overcrowded . It is appalling to think of the vast numbers of honest people who wantwork and cannot find it , who are huddled ^ together in the cities while millions ot acres remain unoccupied and untilled . According to the report of the county agent for Cook county , in which Chicago is 10 ^ cated , for 1895 he furnished more or les # - sustenance to upwards of 200 , 000 people ii £ - this city alone . This does not include the assistance rendered by the associated ^ charities , churches , benevolent soclesties , etc ., and individuals . Adding : the charitable work accomplished ^ by these other agencies and it issafe to say that one-third of the peo - ple Of Chicago at the present time are * more or less dependent upon public charity to keep life within them . It is need « - less to say that if...

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Il ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ PLEDGE FOR BlflETALLISM . * 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896

Il ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ PLEDGE FOR BlflETALLISM . * 1 IIWe,theundersigned,dosolemnlypledgeourwordandII »»saQredhonorthatduringtheforthcomingelectionsforthe88 IIyear1896wewillvotefornocandidateforPresidentof88 11IheUnit®dStates,orforCongress,orforthe:StateLegis88 IIla.ture,..whohasnotopenlydeclaredhimselfinfavorof»» 11the.freecoinageofbothgoldandsilver,ontheratioof88 »»,sixteentoone,independentof.theactionofanyforeign88 government,,ifneed.be;bothcoinstobeequallyfullle88 IIgaltenderforthepaymentofalldebts,bothpublicand88 11£Tlvate;andwhoisn°tunalterablyopposedtothecontracW 88tionorrefundingintobondsofthepapermoneyofthe»» UnitedStates.4 ^|<< SIGNATURES . . . R 0 ADDRESS .: || P^*?S port . Let all the world know that you will never vote for a gold monometallism Cut out and circulateT thS ^ pledge ! P will be Interested in Some Predictions that did not come true , and one , important to them , that did . n ^ S e ^ the first Loi idon bridge was pr...

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Fins , Feathers and Honey Bees [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896

Fins , Feathers and Honey Bees POULTRY AT THE SOUTH . T HB well known poultry judge , I . K . I Felch , recently wrote to the American Poultry Journal . Among other things V \ ci SfviA * Did it ever occur , to you , my northern friend , that when you speak of the south as a new field for poultry culture you are talking of a region where more fowls , . and eggs have been consumed at home in proportion to its inhabitants than any other part of our country ? So far as raising , cooking , and , I guess ,, eating , poultry is concerned , many a negro mammy could give you pointers , my would-be critic . It must be admitted , however , that the south has been indifferent to thoroughbred stock inthe fowls of the plantation . But since the war our whole country has become more cosmopolitan , and race na tionality ideas are breaking up . . To see one large city and the modern buildings is to see all cities of this latter day growth . Chicago and Galveston may he termed cellarless cities—the f...

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Money m [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896

Money m Vacuum Leather Oil for your harness and shoes . Get a can at a harness- or shoe-store , 25 c a half-pint to $ 1 . 25 a gallon ; book How to Take Gare of Leather , and swob , both free ; use enough to find out ; if you dont like it , take the can back and get the whole of . your money . Sold only in cans , to make sure of fair dealing everywhere—handy cans . Best oil for farm machinery also . If you cant findit , write to VACUUM OIL COMPANY , Rochester , N . Y .

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' .. FEEDING FOR EGGS ; [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896

.. FEEDING FOR EGGS ; A LEGHORN hen , kept busy all day and properly fed , will lay steadily all winter , and I not long ago solved the problem of how to secure an abundance of eggs , says Thos . P . Rigg in Poultry Herald . I once had a pen of ten Rosecomb Brown Leghorns which averaged seven eggs a day all winter . They were given warm and roomy winter quarters , and I do not believe stepped upon snow more than ¦ a dozen times all winter . Every night I scattered corn , oats and wheat in litter on the floor . At noon they were fed a warm meal of bran and shorts , scalded and not sloppy . At night they were given all the whole corn they would eat . Twice a week I gave them ground bone and scraps . Grit , lime and charcoal were constantly before them . Now , as to the result of this method , the fowls came off the roost hungry—they were compelled to go to work immediately ; this they did with a vengeance , searching for the grain beneath the litter . If I had fed them a full feed of ...

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POULTRY RECORDS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896

POULTRY RECORDS . T WANT to make one more blow for my . 1- chickens . I have ten pullets . and three old hens . They began to lay the last day of October , 1895 , and have only lost two days . They have turned out 400 eggs up to this time , February 10 , 1896 . if anyone has thirteen hens that can beat them I would like them to . say so . Iowa - M . Noe . \ ¦ I send you my poultry report of last year ; I enter it each month . Number of w £ ? ; ^ umber ^ t » 3 ; eggs set , 47 ; w * Ch ^ 5 ; birds raised > 43 - Total eggs laid , 4 282 ; sold , 293 dozen ; amount received for eggs sold , $ 72 . 55 ; used at home , *> 19 eggs , which at an average of a fracS oV ^ l . 2 * cents P « doz * n , amounts to Jirf . 75 , chicks sold amounted to $ 7 . 20 ; ate ofSSSAiS6d^enWOrth$5;totalvalue ^ n- H , and x Chlckens sold and used , $ 98 .- 50 , total cost of feed for year , $ 29 ; profit on entire flock $ 6950 • , .. feS Jff ? W . bite LeSfrorns and 2mLPept5Lofgre?nclover^ W...

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116 BU . SILVER KING BARLEY . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896

116 BU . SILVER KING BARLEY . The barley wonder . Yields right along on poor , good or indifferent soils 80 to 116 bushels per acre % That pays at 20 c . a bushel ! Salzer s mammoth catalogue is full of good things . Silver Mine Oats yielded 209 bushels in 1895 . It will do better in 1896 . Hurrah for Teoslnte , Sand Vetch , Spurry and Giant Clover and lots and lots of grasses , clovers and potatoes they offer . 35 packages earliest vegetables $ 1 . 00 . If you will cut this out and send it with 10 c . postage to the John A . Salzer Seed Co ., Lacrosse , Wis ., you will , get free ten grain and grass samples , including barley , etc ., and their catalogue . Catalogue alone 5 c . —A Proud Moment . —The little Boston boy was so plainly puffed up with juvenTe vanity that the visitor noticed it . Robert seems unusually proud to-day , she said . Yes , the . fond mother answered : he has on his first pair of spectacles . —Indianapolis Journal . —IF YOU DONT PEEL LIKE WORKING and everythin...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896

JfflhfiMANNSM^kesHensLaiGtltteF nfjJJitfOn Trial before you pay for it H H JHaL lOtRighestAwardsrecd . Cata . j » Vec if name & - < 4 & f & this paper . F . W . MANN CO .. Mitford . Mass . Please mention the Western Rural . THEmPBOYEPIHPTflP RjHEfINCUBATOR lan ^^^ i Hatches Chickens by Bteam . sawWm^t^jj? Please mention the Western Bora .

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896

BKEEPERSEMD«£Pi* GLEANINGS IN BEE CULTUREA Handsomely Illustrated Qftft ( S , n «|! JrL Magazine , and Catalog of D 66 OliPPII 8 $ » FREE . THE A . I . ROOT CO ., Medina , O ^ te . * S S nd J ? 8 ? . Be » Shell , and NiB . « . Cc £ n Wlll , « for Poultrymen . I ^ Hk Dalsy Bone Cutter . Power Mills . \ IJ ^^^ £ I K 2 , ) £ and testimonials Free . * ^ -aLWIIiSOriBROS ., Easton , P « . . FRUITPLANTSCHEAP.SB l?ST *°* E8GSFROMHONDURAS,££>«¦ JOBWM . WISE , Freeport , III . Ufr HAVF 2 n hand a flne lot of land and water nf i !*\ Fr fowls , and prices to suit hard times L Send for price-list and order at once . MBS . J . C . FLVMB , Milton ; Wli . Villi If N Mil y ° » want a few extra choice * I Uli IMlUW ? ° <*<* els . Well , we havethem , a J * 5 ¦ ¦¦¦•# for sale . Prices reasonable S ^ USf ° ur ^ ° : ? age Ulnstrated Catalog delcribini : Si Peffi > ucks ? tl 6 S ° f CMckens ^ o M ? B . Turkey ! » . tt . A P . i . MTKBAT , Calamine , Wl « . W . ...

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THE EDITORmU ' QUTEdQK ' [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896

THE EDITORmU QUTEdQK EDITORIAL STAFF . . NPBil > w HOWARD JAMES W .. WILSON ,. , GENERAL C . H . HOWARD , BOSINESS MANAGER AND ASSOC . ATE EDITOR .- EDlTOR ~ IN-Onlfcr- i « -TTC M ^ r & W HOWARD J WILLIAM B . LLOYD , OTIS MCGAW HOWAKU , ^ AGRICULTURAL EDITOR . ASSOCIATE EDITOR . * • ., - MRS . BERTHA CASWELL NORTON , HOUSEHOLD EDITOR .,

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- •RESULT OF THE'VOTE . '' [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896

- •RESULT OF THEVOTE . A GREAT excitement prevailed in Barcelona and -in ¦ Madrid , Spain , last Sunday , over , the action of the - United States Senate in voting to . recognize the Cuban provisional government , as a belligerent power , and to ask the President to use his good offices with Spam to obtain recognition pf Cuban independence . < , A mob visited the U . S . Consulate in Barcelona-and added stones and brickbats to their shouting . First they called out , Long live Spain - and Down with the Yankees ; then they began to let fly the missiles and broke some of the windows . The police soon appeared on the scene and drove away the mob . But the excitement was great at the newspaper , offices and-at other points . of gath ering . - - - « . - r Apparently Spain is ready to go to war . because . of ~ an imagined insult .. But , as a matter of fact , the action , of jtb e Senate was no more than most European nations did , thirty years ago , in recognition of the Sout...

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LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896

LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP . NOT long ago a Southern journal , devoted to industrial enterprises / arraigned the managers of the Georgia colony known as the Old Soldiers Col- , ony . It represented that the people who have gone down there are virtually paupers , and . that their sufferings will be a disgrace to the section , and give a bad name to all legitimate attempts Xo colonize land in . the South . In further protest , Dixie , the jpurnal referred to , uses the following plain words : . Yes indeed , the question may well be asked . What are these people going to do ? Think of it—5 , 000 people practically without money , set down in a barrea wilderness ! All are in a desperate condition , but what is to become of the thousands that are penniless ? The , pensioners cannot support them , and , admitting the iertility of the soil , which is admitting a very , doubtful . point ,. years must elapse before the only possible means of sustenance —agriculture—may be put in successful operati...

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- ' " - A POPULAR PLEDGE . . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896

- - A POPULAR PLEDGE . . ON Another page We republish , by request , our pledge relating to the equal coinage of gold , and silver . . . . Sinceitappeared . Feb . i , ithasbeen : largelycircu-. latedandhas met with great popular favor : ¦ - ¦ A subscriber in Wisconsin writes , that ma short tun . e-he procured ninety names in his immediate neighbor hood ; that it has led to much discussion : and is educating the people . He arid others are asking for blank pledges on which to obtain more signatures . We , therefore , to save time , print the pledge again nad suggest that it can be cut out by any one and pasted upon a sheet of paper and ^ he list can thus be extended . .. - , * , - - It is not merely sentiment or opinion , however well expressed , which is to save our mortgaged iarms or- prevent their being mortgaged and restore fair prices and prosperous tirnesf it is action . A pledge and a pledge circulated is actionand a pledge signed and lived up to will secure the adoption of t...

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NEW LESSON FROM AN QLD TEXT . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896

NEW LESSON FROM AN QLD TEXT . ONE of the principal grievances of the Cubans is that they are taxed without representation . They have no voice in the Cortes of old Spain and in the government which both assesses and collects the taxes ; This old and now well settled Anglo-Saxon principle in government was lately discussed in Chicago by . the lecturer on history , iProfessor Fiske of Boston . His subject was The Boston ! Tea Party . A clear distinction was made between a iriere mob or a sudden , emeute , or insurrection , and a deliberate and deeply resolved and planned revolution . . „ , . Some writers-T-arid among them a few Americans , I regret to say—have attempted to show that the patriots , who dumped tea chests of the East India Tea Company into Boston harbor on the ever-memorable night of Dec . ip l 772 » were mere rioters , and that an indorsement of their action carries with it an implied approval in general of-all riots , strikes ,-and other mob-law deviltries . But when w...

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Daily Doings [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896

Daily Doings MONDAY , FEBRUARY 24 . - . —The Helena and Missouri canal and its connecting electric plant will be begun as soon as the , frost is but of the ground . Ihe enterprise Is the most important ever conceived for Montana . - —The Lincoln city council passed William Lawler s cigarette ordinance . . This ordinance prohibits the use of cigarettes , cigars or tobacco by persons under 18 years of age within the city limits . The police , under this law , are authorized to arrest , without a warrant , any person who comes under the ban of this law . The fine to be imposed is no more than $ 2 f ^ for each offense . ~ TUESDAY , FEBRUARY 25 . , —Edgar . W . Nye buried near Fletcher s , N . C . —The draw span of the - government bridge connecting Davenport to the island of Rock Island-fell . this afternoon . The bridge was being repaired and the ice carried awav the false , work . —The Retail Clerks Protective Association-of Milwaukee is making a strenuous effort to have the stores cl...

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PROTECT , OUR OWN CITIZENS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 5 March 1896

PROTECT , OUR OWN CITIZENS . W HAT is the executive of the gbvernment designed for , if not , first of all , to execute , the will of the people , as expressed in the laws ; . and , second ^ to defend the rights and liberties of the citizens wherever and by whomsoever endangered ? . . Senator Frye declared in his Armenian speech that in one respect he would like to see England made the model of our government , and that was . in defending the rights of the individual citizen in any part , of the world . Our entire people would say Amen to that . Our present administration has . been particularly derelict in this thing . One citizen- is wasting away in a French prison and president Cleveland finds no way of releasing him . Two consuls swere refused their proper passports in Turkey , and ° n A ? u two citiziens of the United States have been killed , ( A u pro P erty of others to the ! extent of many thousands ot dollars have been destroyed , and yet neither Secretarv Ulney nor the Pr...

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