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Page 30 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898
ti \(\ YOII Wl ^ H t 0 be ^ rou S ht int . ° direct touch with the Ables „ UKI I VU TT lOll Writers and the Ripest Thinkers ? If so then THE LIVING AGE is to you a necessity . It reproduces , as no other magazine does , the latest utterances of the highest British and Continental authorities , French , German , Spanish , Italian , Russian , etc ., upon questions of international politics and the freshest contributions in every field of literature , Science , Investigation , Travel , Discovery , History , Art aud Biography , with Fiction aud Poetry , A WEEKLY MAGAZINE OF CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE AND THOUGHT , FORMING FOUR LARGE VOLUMES annually , aggregating about 3500 octavo pages . It alone , among current magazines , has the space to present with Completeness and Freshness all that is of immediate interest , or of solid , permanent value in Foreign Periodical Literature . PRACTICAL AND POPULAR , it appeals to all intelligent readers . Published Weekly at S 6 . 00 a year , postpaid ...
Enlarged Prostate Cured [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898
Enlarged Prostate Cured Alter . Suffering . Twenty-Five Years , a Northern New York ; ; •; ; Citizen Is Fully Cured . CAPT . -vp G . WESCOTTS GOOD FORTUNE . ¦ Men afflicted with enlargement of the prostate gland can b ^ found In every community . Instruments and catheters give them some relief , but not a cure . After trying all kinds of cures and surgical operations they , at last give up In , despair . It is , therefore , very pleasing to relate the fact that prostatic troubles can be cured permanently and painlessly without operation . CAPT . W . G . WESCOTT , Sack , ett Harbor , N . T . The remarkable cure of Capt . Wescott Is , therefore , of special 1 Interest , and Is positive proof that prostatic enlargement is curable . He had heard of tie Solvent-Alterans system of cure but he had little faith . He finally decided td give If a test , and the results were astonishing . , He « ays : . I had been afflicted for twenty-flve years with chronic prostatic obstruction ., The cathet...
» w A NEW DEPARTURE . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898
» w A NEW DEPARTURE . • Tne Baltimore &amp; unio Jtauroaa nas . recently inaugurated a new through Pullman sleeping car service between Chicago and Pittsburg , leaving Chicago daily at 7 : 30 p . m . on train 46 . This is in addition to similar service on train No . 6 leaving Chicago 3 : 30 p . m ., connecting at Pittsburg with observation cars to Washington , Baltimore , Philadelphia and New York , through the wonderful scenery of the Allegheny mountains by daylight . Fares by the Baltimore &amp; Ohio Railroad are always low and reasonable . For detailed information , call at ticket-office , 193 Glark street , Auditorium Hotel , Grand Central Passenger Station ,, or address B . N . Austin , G . P . A „ Chicago .
FREE . FREE . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898
FREE . FREE . ¦ The best booklet out , 64 pages on private diseases , edited by the acknowledged leading Physicians and Specialists of this country , DR . HATHAWAY &amp; CO ., 215 Dearborn street , Chicago , III . Write ; for it to-day to the above ; address . « » » —That only , is true rest which prepares for work . Every vacation should be a recreation .
A Pretty Holiday Present [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898
A Pretty Holiday Present IF you wish to make a present for a gentleman , whose home is his trunk , a very appropriate one would be a holder , that is more compact than an album , that will keep his photographs from becoming marred by constantly rubbing together . This will be a • pretty present for New Years as iwell as Christmas . Procure one-quarter yard of a pretty shade of felt , and a yard of ribbon of a contrasting . . color , one hook and eye ( and a small piece of tissue paper to place between the first two photos . ) . Pink the edges of the felt all the way around ; then beginning at one end , lay a photo , on evenly , and mark , with basting thread , by a stitch an inch long across each corner . Place another photo , on just far enough from the first to allow them to fold together and mark across corners as the first -one and : liick , the tissue between them ¦ with a few invisible stitches . Then lay other photos , on , always increasing the space between to allow the fil...
Page 31 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898
r ^ r A f—NESS &amp; HEAD NOISES CURBli 11 ¦ MA I- My Tubular Cushions help whex ¦¦ ^ u m I all else fails . As glasses help eyes Whispers heatd . Nopain Invisible . V . Hiscox . 858 Bdway . N . r . soledepot . Sendforbookand proofs ffre * ON 30 DAYS TRIAL . ^ == 3 § S § SsSfiSfi ^ . THIS NEW j ^^ 3 EUSTIC TRUSS T « B ^^^^ g ^^|^^^ Has a Pad different from all Sr ^ aSSSaSS ^^ others . lscupshape . withselfW , fcfiidJUBtingBiili in center , adaptsitself ^ jk ^ f to all positions of thebody , whilethe ^ t ^ ta ^ s ^^ ball iu the cup presses back the intestine * , just as a person does Tvitli tlie linger . With light pressure the Hernia is held securely day and night . nnd a radical curp certain . It is « asy , durableandcheap . Sentby mail . Circulars free . C . H . EGULESTON Si CO ., 210 MASONIC TESFLE , C 11 IC 1 U 0 .
Page 31 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898
Waterloo Electric Cure . A sanitarium for the treatment of chronic diseases . The best equipped institution for electrical treatment in the west . Static , Galvanic , Faradlc and Sinusoidal electricity administered to any diseased organ . Skilled gentleman and lady assistants . Large experience In the treatment of chronic disease * by electricity . Electricity especially beneficial in nervous diseases , diseases of women , dlabetei , Brlghts disease , disorders of stomach , bowels , liver , kidney and spleen . Catarrh of nose and throat , etc . For full particulars address , WATERLOO ELECTRIC CURE , 210-212 West Fourth St ., Waterloo , Iowa . ILLINOIS COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY 5 URQERY AND I 1 EDICINE . ( INOOIIPOBATED . ; Read what one of America s great author * has to say after having taken a course of Osteopathy at onr College : I believe Osteopathy is one of the most wonderful discoveries of any age . It makes a man step forth new . A school ought to be established in every health ...
Page 32 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898
I JfeJ !! Stik TANDEM SWEEP &lt; T HA ^ IPJTIV JPW V I oheadof allothermllls .. - Theloacl 1 A 1 1 U .. 11 - * l A \ fi 1 \| — is cqaalliedj and each horse must J W \ i &amp; £ ? 23 § $ / L ffl pnll his own share . Great gain In caps- «| T ^^ s ^^ i r )\ l \ ffi ^ cIty , speedanacoD ) fort . Nogcnringjno A \ ES 5 E ^^^ = 5 ? rtr ? rnr friction . Give your horses a chance . 7 * 5 P ? ll £ r ? 2 &amp; K SPECIAL PRICES NOW . . ( Akowate 6 A lEf &amp; i ^ S ^ L ^ ^* BlzcBbe ] tpowermiIIs ; 2 to 25 H . P . ) • T ^ S ^^ P N . J . BOWSHER CO . SOUTH BEND , IHD . ltmeeta demands \ ^ KiP ^ THIS MILL A ^ HBBSff ^ ff ili ^ h is our regular Steam Power W ^ w £ ^^^ nn ^^ K IV . Mill , the o £ m ^^ g |^^^ gj § pp ^ gable mill of largo power . 7 ^^ P ^^ fffSS ^ 88 Depot St . Mow liCtlngton , O , k ^^/ bfex , DO YOUR OWN 5 ^ m ^ l GRINDING I ^^^ Hi !^^ K . FARMERS FRIEND • ^ jSYY ^ % S 0 * gp s SWEEP FEED MILLS t rjii ^^ S 8 SS- ^ sl = 3 . Save mill tolls and hauling...
Page 32 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898
, 1 ? . » Y S ° E U ND No Money Oil If II ^ ^ UnUl Goods Arrive ! Dl = c // ar / Harrows , Lever Harrows , // \ JVgfi ?) 11-foot Seeders , Cultivators , ^ SslJStflisSilssS Wagons . Write for delivery ^ ESSSSEIKIS ^ I !) price and Catalogue ; : J §| SP **| £ , EMPIRE MFG . CO ., ^ s ^ r ^ -S ^ E ; STERLING , ILL . t COOK Tour FEED and Savfc Half the Cost—with the PROFIT FARM BOILER With Dumping Caldron . Empties its kettle in one minute . The simplest and best arrangement for cooking food for stocK . Also make Dairy and Laundry Stoves , Water and Steam Jacket Kettles , Hog Scalders , Caldrons . etc . « W Send for circulars . D . IS . SPERRf &amp; Co ., Batavla . IU . W GRIND ON A FRENCH RUHR MILL . j ^ F r i ^ BJMBhn . CHEAPEST , BEST , MOST SATISFACTORY METHOD jLJHLJV A /^^ ^^ W / m . of grinding Meal and Feed . Grinds Clear Grain MM ^ MflSMffim w msA ^/ BrmM ^ m » or Crushed Corn and Cob . Saves Power , Be- ¦ BHBf fl | j 5 i ? l » A Mffl 5 HM ^ E ^ 5 B / ftpairs and Time . ...
Page 32 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898
wK Quiet , Orderly , Gentle and Safe 4 . ^ Hl , animal is tho one that has been dehorned . I ^ H M It means nniimil comfort and that means m ^ mf-w animal profit . This knife nuts clean , no T ^ H * l crusihinc or brulslnp . It is quick , causes ¦ ^¦ 1 least pain . Strong 1 and lasting Fully war- ? ^ mt I ranted . Highest awards World s Fair . Send A &gt;¦ I for free circulars and prices before buying . ¦ IB f A . C . BKOBIUS , CoohrnnvUle , Pa . A WE SELL DIRECT TO THE FARMER . A ^ ygi &gt; Steel Landside Double Board Plow , A Gang Plows , &gt; 35 . ^ KSSEaSgbh ^ Psy CutorCoui T lOOOotlierartlcle s . .. ^ S j ^^^^^ iSI ^?? pl ° . » w W IIAFGOOn PIOWHO ., Hox » 4 Alton . 111 . 9 / ^ ~ ir \ V ^ JSIESX \ / TON SCALES \ / OF \ # $ 60 IBIN 6 HAMT 0 N ) ft \ Beam Box Tare Beam / V &amp; N . Y . A , 7 A \ J . ALI . SEES J */ \ A _ * ( S / T
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
TABLED OF CONTENTS . CURRENT AFFAIRS—Why Add to Our Burden ? 1639 Torrens Law . Upheld 1640 To Pension Confederates 1640 Made the Matter Plain ........ .. 1640 The Grange and Progress ........-.-.. . 1640 , An Increase of the Army . ... . 1641 RURAL AFFAIRS—Where the . Roses Still Bloom ...,.... . 1642 Scoring Chrysanthemums 1642 Beet Sugar and Our New Territory .. . 1642 Marketing Honey . 1642 Hardy Mountaineers ....... ......... 1643 landlord and Tenant . 1644 Best Selling Hogs ..... 1644 The Common Test of Pure Honey ..:. . 1645 Space for a Flock Feeding 1645 History of the Buff Plymouth Rock . -. 1646 Notes by the Way—1 1646 Best Market Hog 1648 In : the Horse Market . ; . . 1648 The Hen ( Poem ) .... 1649 . Storing Ice—A Reminder 1649 Record from-Grade Holsteins . . . A . f .. .... . 1649 The Practical Farmer ( Poem ) ... ; ...: 1652 Care of Sheep in Winter 1653 Hawksburg Agricultural College . .... . 1653 Homing Pigeon Affairs ............. . 1653 VETERINARY—Chronic Scurvy 164...
m . w A Dangerous Place [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
m . w A Dangerous Place TheBaltimore News says that not long - ago un Episcopal , bishop was a -guest at a dinner party in Baltimore . By the , way , said 1 one of the guests , a woman , do you know that there are times--when it is . dangerous -to enter an Episcopal church ? What is that , madam ? said the bishop , with great dignity , straightening himself up in his chair . - I say , there are times when it is positively dangerous to enter the church , she replied . That cannot be , said the bishop ; pray explain , madam . Why , she said , it is when there is a canon in the reading desk , a big gun in the pulpit , when the bishop is charging his clergy , the choir is murdering the anthem , and the organist is trying to drown the choir . : A hearty laugh went the round of the table at the bishop s expense , and he acknowledged that at such a time he could well imagine it disagreeable , at least , if not dangerous , to be present .
Showing How . It Was Done [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
Showing How . It Was Done A boy was summoned to testify in a case of assault , in which one man had hit another with a shovel . A host of witnesses had been called , who beat about the bush in the most tedious and provoking manner . Ihis annoyed / the lawyer for the prosecution , who broke out as follows : . , , Here , boy , we ve beein going around and around this case for hours , and yet have , no evidence to convict thei-prisoner . Now , sir , he savagely continued , do you hear me . - i want you to come to the direct point . Did you see the blow struck ? . Yes sir . Ah , hai chuckled the lawyer , rubbing his hands .:. we have something to work upon , Here , my good lad , take this cane , ( handing him his walking-stick ) . If you . saw the blow struck , you must know how it was given . Yes sir , I— , - Now , then , no words about it . I tell you ! thundered the interrogator . . I m , the complainant , and you are the prisoner . Now , just raise the stick , and show the court . •...