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Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
• - ^ = ^ OUR PATTERN COUPON ^ = ^ : ( Cut this out , fill In y our name and address , number and size of pattern wantedL j * Pattern Department THE WESTERN RURALs o Inclosed find 10 cents for which please send the following patterns ¦ ~~~ c Pattern \ Klijmt * * ¦— «« y aM % tltt % 7 • ooooooooooooQooooaai 3 -J ^ 3 J « IjoooijOoooooaoooooo » Number . £ —— = &gt; ¦ • # VwWif • a « ooooaoe 0 t &gt;« ooa » tio 9 o go &gt; i « 3 o ^ oaooodi J &gt; J &gt; &gt; 4 ? &gt; Bust f Measured — Statf ) ; : &gt; . . _ _____;
WISE AND OTHERWISE . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
WISE AND OTHERWISE . —It is said that Senator Peffer doe ; - not play cards , drink , smoke , or chew , and he is not given to society frivolities of any kind , though a more genial and courteous host never welcomed stacks of friends , and one wonders what weakness he has . It is . children ! Yes , children and animals . He loves real pretty girls of the natural kind , and manly boys , old or young . He likes to watch the children in their plays on the street , and is not a bit averse to taking a hand at marbles or suggesting that the tail of a kite is too light or too heavy . Cats instinctively rub up against him , recognizing a friend , and dogs are his devoted admirers . —When going on a visit never omit your night-gowns , changes of underclothing , stockings and handkerchiefs ih abundance . A lady is never unprovided with enough of these essentials . Take your own comb and brush , your tooth-powder , toothbrush , cold cream , and all the little toilet accessories which you like ...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
SOMETHING FOR NOTHING ! Is what everybody is after , and not to give , but I am again going to cast my bread upon the waters for great returns , as before . On your sending me tbe names of five afflicted friends who need a remedy no man can make , 1 will send you by mail a free package of lfiTJF flRE ? —and * ° them , loo—that will convince you that man never did , can , or will compound its wil # fcUnK equal for man s ills of all nature—that it is a Godmade remedy , nothing added or extracted ; the best thing in , on , or out of the earth for all who suffer from ills and aches brought on from old age , overwork , mental and physical prostration from long illness . It is the most potent , powerful and effective antiseptic constitutional bio ud , brain and brawn tonic and rebuilder ever known to man . I do not advertise and sell it as quack nostrum-notion- dope makers do their vile and disease-making poisons , but as an honest man , scorning to take anyone s money before being convin...
Our Young Folks' Corner [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
Our Young Folks Corner A BOYS OPINION OF GRANDMOTHERS Grandmothers are very nice folks ; They beat all the aunts in creation ; They let a chap do as he likes , And dont worry about education . Grandmothers have muffins for tea , And pies a whole row in the cellar ; And . they re aptv if they know it in time , ; To make pie for a feller . And if he Is bad now and then , And makes a great racketing noise , They only look over their specs , And say , Ah , those boys will be boys ! Quite often , as twilight comes on , Grandmothers sing hymns , very low , To themselves , as they rock by the fire , About heaven and when they shall go . And then a boy , stopping to think , Will find a hot tear in his eye , To know what will come at the last ; For grandmothers all have to die . I wish they could stay here and pray , For a boy needs their prayers every night Some boys more than others , I s pose ; Such as I need a wonderful sight . —Selected THE MISSING PAGES . Paper , sir ? Something to rea...
Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
GOLD FILLED Warranted SO Tears . ; onuine GOLD FILLED WATCH , equal ta ibes sold as high as » 30 , it vill wear and ilor for a lifetime and is warranted * perfecttimekeeper . Itis beautifully engraved , S[stem wind andatem get , bunting style and contains all tho latest and best improve * meats . Our Special 60 Day Offer : Cut this out and Bend it to ua with your name and address andwe will send this watch toyou by express for examination , you examine it at tbe express office andif you consider it a bargain and aa good aa any 130 watch you ever saw , pay tbe agent our Special Offer Price JG . 50 and itis yours . A 20 Year Guarantee with erery watch . Write to-day and mention whether ladles ot gents slxeia wanted . Address The OXFORD MUSS . CO ., 84 » Wabash Ave .. Ohlonao . Please mention the Western Rural . Take a Combination Case of the m ^^^^^^ rm tAoiriKi criADc JMPW ...- LAKKlfN oUAJro ] LJ 3 EM JM and a Chautauqua j ^^^^^^^ il eclining Hasy L , hair or JJesk ^ i ^ P | iS CASE...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
B y SOGAPu LD . VfaK , £ &amp;\ At « We are Ten Travelers , There is the Merry Traveler , the Morose Traveler , the Clerical Traveler , the Gipsy Traveler , the Chronic Traveler , the Casual Traveler , the Student Traveler , the Aimless Traveler , the Commercial Traveler , the Vagabond Traveler . How we came to know , each other is no matter . We meet at times at my own apartments in a quaint old inn , beside a cavernous fireplace , into which countless now sightless eyes have for » centuries peered , and in a pleasant way we re-live our pilgrimings , or recount those romances of others which have touched bur hearts and tarried there . In this old room , with its brown rafters , decrepit floor and little , high dormer windows , like the portholes of an old frigate , we seem to become almost one in this kindly companionship . We are so much one that when my guests have departed I sit here by the pld fireplace , where friendly voices and presences linger , and set down as best...
Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
• »•? ••••••••• ® IP ^ 0 r- Abbotts _ 0 m ^ § r I RHEUMO ; £ CURES RHEUMATISM 1 % ^ fr Stiffness in the joints , pains in the ^ j * 4 back , soreness all over , wrenching- ^ V * or neuralgic pains , weak nerves , Vr gj ^ tired muscles , chilly feelings and jgfc £ high pressure of pulse — that s ** ^ g | rheumatism . * ^* &amp;&lt; Dr . Abbott s Rheumo , © # * that s the remedy . Recommend- fi * 2 + ed by physicians and druggists as * ijjjlthe one positive cure for Rtieu- ^ ^ r 4 matism , Neuralgia , Gout , Eczema , 4 * . * ir Anaemia , Brig-fot s Disease , Pirn- * i $ rfj ^ ples , Bad Blood , Inflammation of 4 &amp; ** and Weak Kidneys . Cure guaran- *^ rateed or money refunded . $ 1 . 00 per &amp; £ bottle or six for $ 5 . 00 . Sent to any jZ * 2 $ address upon receipt of price . Sold ij $ 4 &amp; ti . Y all druggists . Take no sub- 4 +. w stitute . Correspondence solicited , w @ L . ABBOTT &amp; CO ., CHICAGO , ILL . &amp;&am...
QUERIST COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
QUERIST COLUMN Sign your name and 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 reference to subscrip- . tions or other departments of 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 mail unless accompanied by a tee of $ 1 per question . ROCK ISLAND PLOW CO . —Is the Rock Island Plow Co ., of Rock Island , 111 ., reliable ? —Subscriber , Iowa . —Yes , Al . BOOKS . —Please inform me where I can get a copy of the book entitled Prom the Ballroom to Hell , and the price . —Arthur Williams . —Address Baptist Pub . Rooms , 122 Wabash . avenue , Chicago . TOBACCO CURB . —Is the Uncle S...
ALLEGED FUN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
ALLEGED FUN A SYMPATHETIC PAINTER . The language of hints is Greek to children , as a rule , ahd they interpret it after a simple fashion of their own . Where have you been all the niorning , Dick ? inquired Mrs . Samnson of her ten-year-old son . I ve been down by the old sawmill , watching a man paint a picture , replied Dick , whose chubby countenance was decorated with paint of various colors . I am afraid you must have bothered him , said Mrs . Sampson , as she began to scrub her son s besmirched features . No m I didnt bother him a bit , said Dick , in a moments intermission between the applications of soap and water . He was interested in me . I could tell by the way he talked . What did he say ? inquired Mrs . Sampson . He looked at his watch , replied Dick , and told me he knew it was most my din-ner-time . He knew a boy of my age must be hungry , he said , for hed been a boy himself . —Youths Companion . WOULD BE INTERESTING . I dunno , said the gripman of the cable car , ...
Page 27 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
A Liver Thats Torpid makes life a burden . Your head and bones ache and nothing seems to please . The Swiss German remedy called Dr . Peter s Blood Is Vitaiizer 6 constant use over one hundred years , what you need . It relieves the body of all refuse matter , while it tones and invigorates the system . It is an almost infallible remedy for all diseases caused by impoverished or Impure blood or from a disordered stomach . No drugstore medicine ; is sold only by regular Vitaiizer agents . Persons living where there are no agents for Dr . Peter s Blood Vitaiizer can , by sending $ 3 . 00 , obtain twelve 35-cent trial bottles direct from the proprietor . This offer can only be obtained once by the same person . Write to DR . PETER FAHRNEY , lia and 114 So . Hoyne Ave ., CHICAGO .
GRAIN MARKETS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
GRAIN MARKETS . Chicago * March 10 , 1896 . Comparative quiet ruled in the speculative rheat , market yesterday and the shipping business was only moderate . Values y : re firmer and everything closed a shaae biguer than on Saturday . Other markets were better , if anything , than our own , foreign ones especially , which is not a bad omen . Closing prices were : March . 63 % ; May . 65 y 2 ; June * 65 % ; July , 65 % . There was very light trading in corn , market being dull . Closing prices were : March , 28 % ; May , 30 % ; July , 3 l &amp;; September , 32 % . . Oats were in the same condition as coin , closing at 19 % for March ; May , 21 ; July , 21 % ; September , 21 % . Rye was dull and nominally unchanged . No . 2 to go to store sold at 39 c , and a . few cars of No . 3 at 37 @ 38 c . Sample sales made at 39 @ 39 y 2 c for No . 2 and at 87 % c for No . 3 . March nominal at 39 c . May sold at 41 @ 41 % c , closed with selling at 41 c . July offered at 43 c . Offerings...
LIVE STOCK MARKETS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
LIVE STOCK MARKETS . Reported by Bunker &amp; Cochran , live stock commission merchants , 97-99 Exchange building , Union Stock Yards , Chicago , Monday , March 9 , 1896 : Receipts at Chicago : Cattle . Hogs . Sheep . Total last week .. 44 . 110 103 , 545 63 , 290 Total previous week ... . 44 , 908 164 . 98 G 64 , 919 Total same week 1895 .. . 45 . 049 205 , 131 54 , 363 CATTLE—Last week opened with 14 , 000 cattle on Monday , and prices advanced about 10 c . Tuesday s market was about steady , with 3 , 600 receipts . Wednesday , with nearly 11 , 000 cattle , the market ruled 10 @ 15 e higher . Thursday , with 10 , 000 receipts , prices were about steady , closing lower . Friday s market , with 5 , 500 cattle , was about steady . The net result for the week leaves prices 15 @ 25 c higher than a week ago . Good cows and heifers are selling a shade higher than a week ago . Medium grades about steady . Canning cows a sl ^ ade lower , with the poorest canners extremely hard to s...
GENERAL MARKETS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 12 March 1896
GENERAL MARKETS . Butter—Market quiet and easy . Quotations : Creamery , 14 @ 21 % c ; dairies , 9 @ 18 c ; ladles , 10 @ 12 c ; packing stock , 8 @ 9 c ; roll , 9 @ 10 c . DRESSED POULTRY—Quiet and steady . Turkeys , fancy hens , per lb , 13 @ 13 % c ; turkeys , fair to good , 11 % @ 12 % C ; chickens , hens , per lb , 7 @ 8 c ; springs , choice , 8 @ 8 % c ; ducks , 10 ® 13 c ; geese , 6 @ 8 c . EGGS—Sale remained rather quiet and no new features were developed . Supply was liberal and receipts held up well , but consumption did not improve any . Fresh stock , loss off , quoted at 10 c per dozen ; recandled , cases included , 10 % c ; cooler stock , 6 @ 8 c , loss off . GAME—Ducks met with a better inquiry and with a slight falling off in receipts a steadier feeling resulted . Other descriptions held steady and met with a fair disposal . For stock in good order the following prices were given : Snipe , jack , per doz , $ 1 . 75 @ 2 . 00 ; plover , golden , per doz , $ 1 . 75 @ 2 ....