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Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 20 February 1886
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Farmers' Interests in Congress . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886
Farmers Interests in Congress . I hope great results for the agprioultaral interests from this session of Congress . Mr Chairman Hatch , of the House Committee of Agriculture , and Mr . Frederick , of Iowa , Chairman of Sub-Committee , are deeply interested , and are men well fitted for this position , aa also Mr . Green , of North Carolina , and Mr . Stahlnecker , of New York ; in fact , all of the Committee of the House . They have reported favorably the bill creating the Department ; of Agriculture , the first and most important o f our resolutions at Indianapolis , because it gives us a hearing in tho Executive Department of the Government , and I doubt not it will pass the House by an overwhelming majority , and with the Labor Bureau attached , which will make weight in the Senate , I think the Agricultural Department , with a Cabinet officer at its head , will certainly be created by this Congress , Tho next most important is the extension of the benefits of the signal service...
Cattle in Wyoming Territory . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886
Cattle in Wyoming Territory . MR . EDITOB : In compliance with your request , I write briefly concerning the cattle in this part of the country . The prospects have never been better . Fears were entertained at the beginning of the winter that cattle would have a hard time from the fact that the feed was very short . In some places I have . seen the ground as bare as a house floor . You can well imagine , then , that we saw the approach of winter with a certain amount of apprehension . Happily our fears were not realized , everything turning out just right , the few insignificant storms we had being followed by warm west winds , which , you know , quickly melt the snow . Cattle now are looking splendid for the time of the year . The cold wave which passed over the continent last month did not spare us , but found us with very little snow on the ground , and was unaccompanied by wind . We had four or five days of clear , cold weather , the mercury one . day touching 34 ° below zero ,...
News and Comment . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886
News and Comment . —The silver question will soon be up on the proposition to issue silver certificates of $ 1 and $ 2 . —The last words of John B . Gough , who died last week in Philadelphia , were Toung man , make your record clean . —The Blair education bill meets head Winds . Senator Ingalls declares that States accepting the money offered under it , would rob a graveyard . Nevertheless , some such measure is needed . —It is to be hoped the Chinese Government will not send a junk to destroy the Pacific slope cities . Perhaps not , when the Celestials understand that the United States is to have an Assistant Secretary of the Navy . —The aerial or wind project for transportation is up again . A transcontinental company with . $ 150 , 000 capital has been incorporated in Chicago . The transportation evidently is not dear , though high . A capital of $ 150 , 000 would not go far either in railway construction or ocean navigation . The scheme looks bal-loony .
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886
Using Fertilizers in Spring . In the fall , when fertilizers are applied upon the wheat , nearly six months time occurs for the disintegration and dissolution of the coarse portions , so _ that when the plants are warmed into activity in the spring , a large proportion will have been made available as food . But in using commercial fertilizers in the spring , the farmer desires quick results . Hence superphosphate is superior to ground bone , and plaster is better than lime . Of the nitrogenous substances nitrate of soda is the most soluble . It is superior to sulphate of ammonia , because there are some soils deficient in soda , though so far as its actual value is concerned there is no difference . Of the potash compounds the market is supplied with so many different grades as to make it difficult for the average farmer to draw a line between them . . Leaving aside the names of -the fertilizers as known to chemists , we will state that nitrate of soda is Chili saltpetre , while th...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886
STONES HMDYfiH !^ - » iJ ^ Small Fruits . STONESH __ RDYIff , iK ,. ls our specialty . Bestnlants . Lowest Price ? S * . forUstfaOE * CONVERSE . B | a « uj __ . i _ . ¦ mme paper . ) « .- ) «*«« . ms . BLACKBERRY CPtn Qfefta ^ fc ECU W , V « ¦&lt;• • j * ! va 77 ___ IAI __» i JM ** * Orown , tiSfJll , Te . trd .-1 I IMHV A - H * eeAa are tented In a LHHU W sreenbouse erected for tlie ¦ i »_ rt &gt; PrPOBe * Northern SeedS LIVE are the earlleit , hardlut mmmammmTae , 8 na _ , n * , osfcP «* odnc «* -e . Pure CCEII 6 seeds . lowprlccs . fuHmeaanrc SEEPol . ^ aa 6 asi _^ mention the Farm . Field and Stockman . From That Nurseries shall I Buy m Ir .. .. FROM THE ^ ELGINNURSEBIES ^ iJC . ( Established 1854—324 tear . ) __ M __ W The Leading Nurseries of the West , timWaaMMRm * * We ? , e e , erJ ° ne * chance to try JMamMMMMMr » aampte package of Trees , from ! tb ^^ M ^ W ^ W ^ MMh ^ 10 trees in each lot-yoiir : ltoice of ^^^^^^^^^^^ galxty . one different lots of a grea...
HORTICULTURE [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886
HORTICULTURE Setting Out Strawberries in Spring . may be known by the * short t - d vinos f Void upon them by transplantlabor . bestowea up steawberryis a illff will be wasw »* f moisture ^^ t thatdehghts m pie y ^ ^^ Ueu yojing , ttowg ^ - T « e be 8 t fertu . uotbe ota -vet na ^ e ^ ^ ^ i 2 er tor them 1 « i lants 0 n tbe surface a ? ped « -ouSd after th-V have roote * . of the giound % efltted- with . lime . They areJ *« manure tends to the Co * rf _ . of ° Sorou ^ e S , but does not growth oi vigo untu the seoond ^ f WrtSa in a former issue , the • vea i .. iideratum of the strawberry bed great desideratum ^ ^^ be ^ ^ isl f b . / insinele stools , the blossoms ™ . g i ° ff i- ^ S year , and the runners . ieked off tte fir st ye , hes the d f tr t . y lould be mulched . Frequent 1 , 1 u- . Hnn is what the plants demand . -CSSft « e ^ n they , will need no ati , „ tioii until after fruiting , except tore- » H . Pmulch , which should be done m ... fiL ^ e so as to have the bed perT...
Horticultural Notes . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886
Horticultural Notes . PLANTS EXTRA EARLY PEAS . Of sun , most blooming plants cannot get too much . «( £ ood fruit makes and bad fruit breaks a market . —Celery , frozen hard , is a new gastronomic delicacy at fashionable dinner parties in New York . —Connecticut Farmer . —The love of country life is one of the great strengths of England . —London Agricultural Gazette . The love of horticul ture moulds American esthetics . —I have a LeConte and a Kieffer that are old enough to bear this year . Jack Frost may get away with the buds , and if he does , from what I understand , it is more than an Indian can do with the fruit . —Farmer s Home Journal . —That trees will grow in Dakota there can be no question . The park at Steele , Dak ., and other groves in the outs along the line of the Northern Pacific Railroad , says a contemporary , together with some beautiful tree claims , made so by inter ested hands , attest the truth of the statement . —Let two baskets be filled , one with Ben D...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886
LARGE TEXAS PECANS Send three 2-cent stamps for sample nuts before buying Pecan Trees . Prices and how to grow them sent free . S . D . SHREWSBURY , Sherman . Tex . BUJlBERRY ^ PLANTS . The Blueberry succeeds in all soils , and is a valuable fruit to grow for pleasure or profit . Descriptive pnee List free . DELOS STAPUSS , Wert Sebewa , Mich . PRIZE MAMMOTH SUNFLOWER SEED Feed it to your poultry and horses . Send 10 cts , silver for a large package , or 25 cts . for 3 packages . The person sending who will guess thc nearest to the number of seeds I raised from one head , before March 15 , 1 will give a cash prize of $ 1 . Address OB .-7 ILLE A . SMITH , Clearwater , H-Jta ., HARDY SMALL FRUITS , rinnts of Highest Quality . Large Stock . Lowest Prices . Seed Potatoes . Varieties that Resist Hot and Yield heavily . Write for Free Illustrated List to J . F . DAYTON , Wnukon , Allamakee Co ., Iowa . LEGAL TENDER SEED CORN . Laroe yellow dent Also Acme , orange yellow dent , earlier tha...
j & filil _ ap « L [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886
j &amp; filil _ ap « L Work up the Wool Crop . The clamor foi ; free entry of the raw material , by those who have lifted the tariff off wool , and the endeavor to have the tariff replaced by the wool growers , will simply end in a war of words . Possession is nine points at law , and having removed the tariff the manufacturers will seek to keep it off . In the South and Southwest , where the wool growers have met with loss , they have a glorious opportunity for revenge . Let them encourage home manufacture of woolen goods , growing their own wool , and patronizing their own markets , and they will not only assist in realizing a greater advantage from wool , but will give employment to thousands , and increase the purchasing power of the consumers . To encourage manufacture is to increase the demand for wool , while every pound of wool sold in the shape of a manufactured product is more highly valued in proportion to thc amount of labor added to the raw product . Hence , the...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886
GEORGE WYLIE , Leeds , Columbia Co ., Wis . — BBEEDEB OP Poland-China Swine . Pigs shipped subject to approval . Stock recorded in the American Poland-China Record . Sate deli ... ; guaranteed . Write for our Poland-China Clrciikr Sows bred for sale . One-third reduction by express . Mention the Form . Field and Stockman , LEVI AHUOLD , Prop r RIVERSIDE STOCI FARM , Plaimvell , id ,. ^ M ^ mMmMmMmMmMmMm ^ A ^ ki . i &gt; ^ TrtS-Kaww \ Wt \ iiwa ra __ i-Sai ? 7 Breeder and shipper of pure bred recorded PolandChina Swine , registered Jersey Cattle ( A . J . C . C . H . B . ) , and registered Merino Sheep . PolandChinas stall a specialty ; herd established in I 8 G 9 . I . cue and one-half the largest herd recorded in the 0 . 1 . c K ., aud emphatically a herd of prize-winnere , consi . i ! ni _ ENTIBELY of the most noted families . Pediprees furnished with every sale . Stock not of kin . Si _ c ; nl rait . by aU express companies . Prices reasonable ami quality of stock first-...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886
Report of Committee on Eesolutions at Beloit Dairymen s Convention . w 0 frive tlie full text from the committee appointed early in the session of the Northwestern Dairymen s Association , to vhoin was referred the President s address , and other matters introduced before the association . The final report of the committee , Messrs . Periam , Barkely , Wrin-ht and Gahrilson , yre give as . originall / introduced , and r in brackets , the amendment , after discussion , since they contain much of interest to the public generally . THE BEPOKT . Your committee delegated to take into consideration the President s address beg leave respectfully to report that tliey hare taken the matter into careful consideration in its scope and purview . They hold with your worthy President that the dairy interest in the loss by death of the veteran and earnest co-workers and honorable gentlemen , Israel Boies and 0 . C . BncI , the association has sustained great loss , a loss difficult to replace ; bu...
VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886
VETERINARY The several departments of the FABM , FIELD AND SIOOKMA * are for tho use and convenience of its paIrons . Subscribers wishing advice will please stale their questions plainly and concisely . In relation to diseases and ailments of live stock , it is necessary that we be informed fully of tho symptoms ns observed , else it will-be impossible to fully understand and prescribe for the case . Ringbone—C . B ., Denver , la ., and T . K .: Eingbone may be cured if taken in time . If neglected until a bony enlargement has been formed , it is permanent . In the inflammatory stage apply water as hot as it can be borne , for three or four hours . Then apply three or four times a day until the heat ( inflammation ) is reduced of the following lotion : 1 ounce each of muriate of ammonia , and of saltpetre shaken up until dissolved , in 1 quart of soft water . The active inflammation being gone , blisterwith the following : Mix thoroughly s ounce powdered cantharides and 2 ounces of ...