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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
HOWARD &amp; Vy IIVSON PUBLISHING COMPANY , N . E . Corner Madison and Franklin Sts . TERMS : $ 1 . 00 per year . Subscriptions may begin with any number . ; , ¦¦ -. ¦¦ .. : ¦ . y .-: CLUB TERMS : 80 cts . a year in clubs of five ; 75 cts . a year in clubs of ten or more . Add ten cents-if Money vs . Products , or New Hygiene , or Modern Kitchen , or Modern Poultry Book , or other book is wanted . • Write for terms to agents or for terms on Special Premiums . All communications ; should be addressed WESTERN RURAL , CHICAGO , III . Entered at the Chicago Postoffice as Second-class matter
NEWS COMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
NEWS COMMENTS As defined by Congressman Hitt , in introducing the Cuban resolutions , belligerent rights will put the Cubans on the same footing as Spain ; they will have their own flag and can purchase supplies , clothing and even guns and ammunition in our markets . A bill passed the Senate for the increase of the navy . It was to meet any possible emergency . It authorized the calling out of naval militia and the charter of private ships for transports . One thousand enlisted men may be added to the navy . The bill passed unanimously . A letter from Gen . C . F . Manderson admits that he is willing to bear the standard as the favorite son of Nebraska in the St . Louis convention . He frankly states that he is not to be used as a stalking horse or delivery wagon for any aspirant . His candidature is bona fide . Germany will gain by the destruction ofthe sugar crop in Cuba . The greater part of the American imports of sugar will come from the sugar-beet product of Germany . The tot...
Herds , Flocks and Dairy [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
Herds , Flocks and Dairy FOOD FOR THE COW . T N a talk on this subject by C . B . Chap1 man , at Belvidere , N . J ., lie said : The temperature of the cow is about nine-ty-eight degrees , and a cow will drink from seventy-five to one hundred pounds of water a day . Her temperature should be kept as nearly even as possible . The • natural food is the vegetable food . Grass is seventy-five per cent , water . Grain and timothy hay alone are not the best food . There is not enough water in them . It requires succulent food for health . If the barn is cold more grain should be fed and not so much succulent food . Corn . produces heat . Feed the cow for health . There is no better feed on earth for the horse , for speed j than oats . They act on ithe nervous system . Linseed oil meal is good for the cow , but the system must have water if you expect milk . If the thirty pounds of milk a day shrinks to twenty pounds from some cause , you • cant get her back again . You turn out your cow t...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
^^ HAVE ONEo ^ MORE COWS ? P ^^^^^^^¦ llw M so &gt; whether for pleasure or profit , household or dairy , you should know of the BM ^ --ijJ nHHBf CENTRIFUGAL CREAM SEPARATORS . IEL ^ l $ ^^^^_^__ W ___ W . The De Laval Separators save at least Ten Dollars per Cow per year over and above ¦ Bf ^!^^^ MVii ^^^^^ mm ( t any other Separator or Creaming System . All other Separators are merely inferior imitations JBil i /^ I ^^^ H ^^ Mt or infringe the De Laval patents . Many users have already been enjoined . . J ^ plgl * mijSp ^ ^^ Ktii SEND FOR CATALOGUE and any desired particulars . SATISFACTION GUARANTEED as a condition of sale . f |^ l = NBr ^ ^^ I . BRANCH OFFICES : Will ? T \ V [ A VAT QPD AT ? Jl T / VP fft GENERAL OFFICES : IMMIRL ELGIN , ILL . lMlillLMlUjDj &amp; MMlUA VU . 74 Cortlandt St ., New York . ^ % A
"in Swampum , Up Stumpum , Railo !" [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
in Swampum , Up Stumpum , Railo ! Excuse our Latin ; but , if not quite classical , lt is to the point , as the above return made by the sheriff on the writ wnen his prisoner took refuge in the swamp exactly expresses the condition of the De • Lavdl Separator Company as disclosed by their latest advertisement . Nearly one-half of that ad . is entirely foreign to the patent matters , and on personalities with no foundation in fact . Everybody realizes that when ; any one stoops to personalities to cover up the main Issue as the . De Laval Company does , they have no valid arguments , and are cornered . NOTICE . —1 st—The De Laval Company in referring to Hotchkiss and Houston , whom that company advertise the court decreed should not use the Hotchkiss Separator , does not deny that they do use the ImprovedUnited States Separator . NOTICE . —2 nd . —If the claims of the De Laval Company that the United States was an infringement were true , the court would have immediately granted an i...
RYE FOR ANIMALS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
RYE FOR ANIMALS . A Utah subscriber writes : Please tell ine if rye is as good a feed ior chickens and animals as wheat , oats , barley or corn . To understand the relative feeding values of these foods it will only be necessary to compare them on the basis of the amount of digestible matter which is contained in 100 pounds of each : CarboPro- HyWater . tein . drates . Eat Rye-.. I 11 . 13 I 8 . 3 | 65 . 5 | 1 . 2 Wheat | 10 . 5 | 9 . 2 | 64 . 9 | 1 . 4 Oats | 11 . | 9 . 1 | 44 . 7 . | 4 . 1 Barley .-. j 10 . 9 | 9 . 5 | 66 . 1 | 1 . 2 Corn | 10 . 9 j 7 . 1 | 62 . 7 j 4 . 2 From this statement it will be seen that the barley is the richest of the foods mentioned , in protein and carbo-hydrates , but not so rich in fat as any of the others . The value of these different grains will depend greatly on the work of the animals to which they are to be fed . Foods rich in fattening constituents naturally are the most fattening , while those richer in the protein are more suitable for anima...
HOG RAISING ON THE PACIFIC . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
HOG RAISING ON THE PACIFIC . T HAVE raised hogs in Illinois and am 1 now raising them on the shores of Puget Sound . I have also observed the methods of feeding as conducted in different parts of California and Oregon and have come to the conclusion that what at first glance would seem to we westerners a disadvantage is in reality an advantage . I refer to the lack of corn . I have noticed where there is no corn raised for feeding hogs there is no cholera and scarcely any swine plague and that swine raising is nearly , if not quite , as safe an industry as other stock raising . If the farmers of the east would put in oats , especially for their pigs and shoates , it in my opinion would be one grand move for the prevention of swine plague . I have a fine Chester white sow that has had nothing to eat this winter , till time to farrow , except what oats she could get from a stack of oats we cut for hay , but had not barn room ; she Was too fat , consequently lost six of her fourteen pi...
SOUND BREEDING ANIMALS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
SOUND BREEDING ANIMALS . IT is very important to have all breeding animals vigorous and thrifty . Too much care cannot be exercised in selecting thoroughly healthy and vigorous animals for breeding . There are quite a number of diseases that are easily transmitted from parent to offspring . It is hardly good economy to breed and secure diseased offsprings when with a little care and no increase in cost , perfectly sound offspring may be secured . It will occasionally happen that a crippled . animal can be used for breeding when it has been crippled accidentally . But when the trouble arises from disease and especially if it be hereditary , the animal should be discarded entirely as a breeding animal . If a cow has a defect in her udder , in a majority of cases the same defect will be manifest in her heifer calves . But it is with the horse rather more than any other animal that the diseases of the sire or dam becomes apparent in the offspring . For this reason , as a rule , it is of...
QUESTIONS ANSWERED . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
QUESTIONS ANSWERED . We shall try each week to answer in this column questions about sbeep . swine , cattle and dairy matters if our readers will write their questions upon paper containing no reference to subscriptions or to other departments ol the paper . —John F . Schneider , Texas : F . S . Burch &amp; Co ., 178 Michigan street , Chicago , Illinois , make six different kinds stock maiks . C . H . Dana , West Lebanon , N . H ., makes the white metallic ear lables for cattle , sheep and hogs . Write them for samples and prices . —J . R . Simons , Illinois : It is not best to feed ewes that are heavy with lamb too freely of anything nor to make a , sudden change in their diet , yet do not think turning them on a field of green rye for a short time daily would cause any harmful results . Put them on for an hour in the middle of the day , never , when the rye is covered with dew or frost . —C . A . Wellman , Nebraska : You better begin the training of your soft colt that you...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
Hoods Sarsaparilla has over and over again proved itself the best blood purifier medical science has ever produced . It possessesauch positive merit to purify , vitalize And Enrich the blood , that it accomplishes remarkable cures where other preparations utterly fail . Its record of cures , not Only Of Scrofula , Salt Rheum , Catarrh , Rheumatism , but of Nervous Prostration ,, Weakness and Debility , is unequalled . Hoods Sarsaparilla is the One True Blood Purifier . Prepared by C . I . Hood &amp; Co ., Lowell , Mass . gl . f-I ^ s-vsJ f * Oillo cure habitual constiparlOOU S ^ lHotion . Price 25 cents . \ Have You Noticed the Coolness ? \ i It s mire to be produced DAI AD PDCAUCDV Without ice at that . Oh ! it s simply marvelous . Wa &lt;| &lt; BY THE USE OF A rULAn OKtAMtnT . WANT AGENTS everywhere . Write for catalogue . (&gt; &lt; BY VKtlm ° OREAMERY COMPAKY , _^ AFAYB TyjS &gt; . TyJPJA 2 VA ^ ^ . _&gt;
VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
VETERINARY The several departments of this paper are for the ^ ice and convenience of Its subscribers exclusively . Those wishing advice in this column wiU please state • their questions plainly and concisely and upon paper inntaining no reference to subscriptions or to other denartments of the paper . In relation to diseases and ailments of 11 re stock , It Is necessary that we be exactly informed of the symptoms as observed , else it wiU 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 . RINGBONE . —What will kill or cure ringbone on my horse ? It has just commenced to grow or ossify above coronet . He has just started to go lame . —E . Chatfield . —It may be that severe blistesrings with perfect quiet may benefit a very recent case . It Is usually necessary to use the firing iron . The piro-puncture is the Iron / used and should be • done by a competent veterinary surg...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
ED VB . HABDT , Abingdon , IU ., tanner Of hides , furs and manufacturer of black cattle robea , coats , rugs , gloves , etc . Pure-bred cattle for sale . TC . CALLAHAN Friend , Neb . Fine stook • sales a specialty , Haye made oyer 800 sales and trill guarantee satisfaction . , V 3
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
ARM 3 TR 0 NG PiSlS ^ Tl / HY IS IT that practical painters BEYMEB - BATJMAN ^ VV everywhere use and recommend DAvis-cHAMBEEs ^ h Pure White Lead and Pure Linseed Pittsburgh . I Oil ? Simply because they know their busiSOKSTEIN / c , nomnat 1 , ness , have a reputation to maintain , and ATLANTIC-i cannot afford to use or recommend anything , EEABLEY dse To be gure of gettingBROOKLYN ° ° &gt;¦ New York . JSWETT - ¦— ^ = K Pur e AVhite Lead SOUTHERN y &gt; Chicago . SHIPMAN ) . ii l / i • • 11 \ COLLIER examine the brand ( see list genuine brands ) . -nssouRi 1 . Any shade or color is readily obtained by USD SEAL ° , s using NATIONAL LEAD Co . s brands of Pure SOUTHERN J nri-V T J T x . 1 ~* 1 White Lead lintingf Colors . JpHIJ . T . LEWIS &amp; BR 0 S . C 0 = &gt; Philadelphia . Pamphlet giving valuable information and card showing samples MORLEY Cleveland ° ^ coJors ^ ree &gt; a ^ so cards showing pictures of twelve houses of different SALEM d...
AMONG HORSEMEN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
AMONG HORSEMEN GOOD ROADS IN MICHIGAN . M ICHIGAN has fallen into tbe good roads procession . A convention was recently held at Lansing . The attendance was large , representing most of the counties of the lower peninsula . The largest delegation was from Saginaw , and was headed by William Webber , who was one of Michigan s representatives at the national good roads convention , held at Atlanta last fall . It was decided to form a permanent organization to be known as the Michigan League for Good Roads , and a constitution submitted by the national league was adopted . The plan includes a state league , with county and township branches , which will agitate the subject of good roads and pave the way for needed legislation next winter . Officers were elected as follows : President , William L . Webber , Saginaw . Vice-president , William Appleton , Lansing . Secretary and treasurer—E . M . Hopkins , Saginaw . Executive committee — John McVicar , Detroit ; Charles V . Deland , Jackso...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
jF MEDICAL ^ 7 TREATMENT . ^ If yon want the hest expert and scientific treat ment by the leading physicians and specialists oi the country , consult only BR . HATHAWAI « fe CO ., to Dearborn St ., Chicago , 111 . Alt Chronic Diseases of men and women , Private , Skin Blood and Nervous Diseases . Cases treated by mal all over the world by sending for Symptom Blani No . 1 for men , No . 2 for women . No . 3 , Skin Diseasee No . 4 for Catarrh . Best of references .