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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886

_________________ r ^__ a ___—__—_—_—___— . __________ —~ . —~ f *—- C WITZER CH [ £ SE KEHL . S kW MADE BV D . PICKING St CO ., BUCYRUS , o . WRITE FOR PRICES AND GIVE SIZE WANTED . I« wr DELAWARE COUNTY E CREAMRY MBS ) Write at once for circulars ffzm and special offer to first pur Iii Delaware Count ? Creamery Co ,, ^ SSt BENTOX IIARBOE , MICH . JPunk sImproved CALF FEEDER is the onlv one that gives general satisfaction , 5000 already in use . Try one , or send for WA Field anil stocKinan DR . . . PRATT , _ E . __ - _ iG-X . Kr , II J X J . IMPORTEB AXD BREEDER OF Thoroughbred Holstein Cattle . _ 5 T - Large Stock on Hand for Sale . S 8 & fllention the Farm , . DOOR PRAIRIE Live Stock Association ! Door Village , La Porte Co ., I __„ 41 . IMPORTERS & BBEEDEBS Off , L _^____ H ___________________ CLYDESDALE ________ — AND— _ fl [___ P ^_______________ CLEVELAND BAY HORSES . V HB TSes—r X _ - _ x _ -M _«__ -t *_ . * -i < - >* a . Jx-ert...

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. a——\ wAw jRR- ^^ SL . ~\ r / X _ w ^ S 3 ^__ % m _^_ m . a——\ wAw jRR- ^^ SL . ~\ r / X _ w ^ S 3 ^__ % m _^_ m Langnhang aad Black Cochins . There is quite a difference between these two breeds , though in color they are very similar . The Cochin is more compact , has no long sickle feathers , has yellow skin and feet , cannot fly , and has the middle and outer toes , as well as the shanks , well feathered . The Langshan , though nearly similar in many respects , has long sickle feathers , dark shanks , with pink between the toes . The Outer toe and shanks are feathered , but the middle toe is clean . It is very active and can fly up to a high roost . Both breeds have single combs , and both are sometimes addicted to throwing red feathers in the plumage . The skin of the Langshan is thin and white , and its flesh is fine grained and juicy . As layers both breeds are excellent . The Cochin is a most persistent sitter and excellent mother . The Langshan will also sit . but the prop...

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APIARY . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886

APIARY . Bees as Sources of Profit . Bees should be kept by all who desire some kind of light employment . There is more or less care and attention required in bee culture , but it is not laborious or heavy . Ladies seem to have a dread of working among the bee hives , yet we see nothing in the way to prevent ladies from using bees as a source of income . Good honey often sells for 25 cents a pound , which is the best evidence that it is always in demand , and many persons who are unable to perform other service can find a profitable method , of employment in keeping bees . We do not wish to infer , however , tha 1 r a child can manage bees . Although the labor is light , yet intelligence is necessary . There is something to learn , and the work to be done must be performed at the proper time and with a knowledge of what is to be done . But everybody can learn if so inclined , and in proper hands bees will . pay handsomely in proportion to labor expended and cost . They virtually en...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886

. 11 . 9000 4 - j ? 5 s ??* no rtin B 8 - on New Plan ty-. VW Free . K . P . KUPEB , Burlington , Vt ! # 9 Per 13 . T < fc . and B . S . PoIi . 1 , v „ ~ « H > - _ Circular . J . LEE MAHH . Mu _ ca . _ ne . Jog - HOICK POULTRY— -Write for Price-lietaniir ^ , lar . ]_!___)¦ A . W . __ jLHMA » K , yec « ho , ^ ^ cu ! : ^; FIRST PRIZE GOLD MEDAL . World s Fair \ w Orleans . EUREKA 1 NCUBATOK We *! Eljznbetli , l >„ , TX 7-TANDOTTB , B JAVA and S . C . B . LEGH 01 I . ___________________ , % Kt BUFF COCHINS EXCLUSIVELY . Eggs $ 1 . 25 per 13 . J . P . BESS , Grigggville . III . IMPORTED Black Red Game Fowls , Light Brahma .- 14 lbs each . Brown Leghorns . Silver-Crested MM , Silver spangled Hamburg .. All wan-anted . Last three WJ- _ $ PJ * £ P-S . tter ,, . § B 8 B 35 per I 3 * Aoanm DEE E . PAKKER , Versailles , CaffaraugUH Co ., \ . V NATIONAL POULTRY YARDS ^ -IlilleMbimt , Ky . 22 T __ ietiesof pure-bredLamlaml Water Fowls for sate : also Poland-Chin...

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MISCELLANE OUS [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886

MISCELLANE OUS —^ ernment Lands Honda . _ . * • «• an inquiry of one W ., of Noticing an ** issue of January Aberd ? rdinff Government land in Florida , ® - x i S ^ liberty of giving him some 1 *? k L ? 2 desiring to help all good men .. pomters , desir j be & refj . _ t \ myself and have taken oonsiderable de ? o ^ nd expense to post myself . . P The ? e is Government land in the •„ . ftv of the counties of the State , ma rfd and indifferent ; the best , ad- ? ° 0 * I Jrovving towns , being first picked * j ° m h , fuheTe « e still good lands in the U * V ^ to be had . - There is but one interior to »< L ™ ffl ^ t he state ^ a STlocatedl Gainesville , Ala chua County Let him write theEegister of v fbaA Office , as above , and he can get ^ formation as to lands in any county It depends somewhat upon what he wishes to engage in ; for general farming , dairy- _ . stock , etc ., I presume some of the ! , n-T _ e _ n or northwestern counties would rfS for the trop...

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Letters and Answers . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886

Letters and Answers . White Tobacco Seed . —Mr . E . H . Ellis asks in your issse of the 13 th where he . can get white tobacco seed . I can furnish it in any quantity . —S . F . Kennedy , Felicity , Clermont Co ., Ohio , Feb . 13 , 1886 . Bed Clover , etc . —Please inform me through yourpapg : whether the Electro Voltaic Company , of Marshall , Mich , is a reliable company or not , and if Dr . Jones Bed Clover Tonic , prepared at the laboratory of Griggs < fc Co ., Ottawa , _ ll ., is what itis represented . —L . S ., Bethany , lll . —We cannot recommend the former . The latter is reliable We thi lk Bed Clover an excellent remedy Wyandottes . —I want to purchase a sitting of eggs from the best Wyandottes in the country . Will you kindly recommend a reliable person who can supply my want ? Tours truly . —J J . W ., Moncton , N . B . —Befer to our advertising columns . The Belmorc Land Co . —Can you inform as tp the reliability of either or both the companies doine a land ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886

LiYerDisorders Whenever the Liver becomes torpid , or otherwise gives evidence of disease , the quicker it receives judicious treatment , the more certain and speedy the cure . To stimulate the Liver , and arouse it to healthy action , there is no remedy BO effective as Ayer s Pills . I was troubled with Liver Complaint for some months , and was permimently cured bv the use of Aver s Pills . T . C . Griffin , Moline , 111 . I have suffered from Liver Complaint during tbe last year , and , until I commenced taking Ayer s Pills , could find nothing which afforded me relief . These Pills began to help me from the first , and I am now perfectly well . W . E . Preston , Gloucester , Mass . PREPARED BY Dr . J . C . Ayer & Co ., Lowell , Mass . Sold by all Druggists . WEAK , NERVOUS / plWJtll ^ A ™ w 6 flIS % _ n _ Vil _________ l seeking Health , Strength fe . l ! l 4 JH __________| and Energy should avoid O IL _____^^^^^ HDrugs , Secret Medicines , _ £ * * >^______...

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FARM . FIELD AND STOCKMAN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886

FARM . FIELD AND STOCKMAN Published weekly . Subscription Price , * i . SO per year , in advance , taSudingouT Free Seed Distribution to each subscriber Single numbers , five cents . Subscriptions may be sent direct tothe office , or given to any Postmaster or Subscription Agent . Ch __ n « es .-T Subscribers wishing to change their Post office addteK must send their former as well as the address to which they wish their paper sent . Remittances . —Money may be sent at our risk bypostal note , money order , express order , in a registered leUtoldrby draft payable in New York or Chicago , or by express . Corresnondcucc-We invite ope ^ ndenw on subjects oT interest to our readers , for either the Rum or Home Departments , but respectfully request that all such articles shall be short and concise . Please write on one side of paper , and put business matters on separate sheet . Discontinued . —Tho FABM , FIELD AND S TOCKMAN is always doscontinned at the expiratron of the Ume for which ...

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Wisconsin Responds . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886

Wisconsin Responds . Our Wisconsin friends are appreciating the enterprise of the F ARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN in having an editorial representative both at the Farmers Convention at Madison , and again at the Northwestern Dairymen s Convention at Beloit . Subscriptions and business , are coming in from the Badger State as the result . Our Mr . Periam took part in the discussions at Beloit , and was the chairman of the important committee on resolutions published on our dairy page . Every farmer should read these resolutions , since they voice the sentiments of so representative a body of men . We are receiving tangible proof every day of good will and friendly , support in return for our efforts to obtain and promptly publish reports of important farmers conventions and other newsy matter relating to our great agricultural interests in all parts of the country .

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'' A Startling Discovery . " [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886

A Startling Discovery . This is the title to an ingeniously contrived article which has been published in some daily papers in New York and other cities . It is part of a scheme to swindle the unwary public . The article goes on to state that $ 2 , 000 , 000 of spurious greenbacks bave been- issued from the Treasury , that the plates have disappeared from the Printing Bureau , and that there are a few persons in New York who are engaged in placing the spurious greenbacks and evidently have those plates . The plan of operating now is to get names of farmers or others throughout the country , write a letter , enclosing what purports to be a slip cut from a New York paper , describing , as before indicated , the supposed surreptitious use of the Treasury plates , and hinting that the writer wishes to do you a favor by supplying you with some of these greenbacks . You may have been unfortunate and become impecunious , the writer suggests , without any fault of yours . We quote : The enc...

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A Wisconsin Prize . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886

A Wisconsin Prize . Our friend , Ben T .. Fowler , of Heart Prairie , Wisconsin , one of the best and most extensive breeders of Poland-China swine in that State , offers a pair of his excellent thoroughbred pigs , not akin , to the person who will send the largest number of subscribers to the FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN , from that State , before November 1 , 1886 . Who will take the pigs ? ANOTHER ! Geo . Wylie , Leeds , Wis ., whose advertisement appears in our columns , also a well known and reliable breeder of Poland-Chinas , offers another pair of well bred pigs , not akin , for the LARGEST CLUB from Wisconsin . We will not send both pairs to the same person . The one who sends the largest number of subscribers will have first choice , and the second largest will take the remaining pair . AN ILLINOIS OFFER . Hon . Phil Springer , of Springer Bros ., Springfield , 111 ., Secretary of the Berkshire Association , offers a pair of their first-class registered Berkshires , not akin ,...

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Is Your Time Out ? [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886

Is Your Time Out ? You can tell by looking at your label . If the number after your name reads 117 , it means that you have received all the papers you have paid for and unless you have or shall renew , this is your last paper . We do not continue a paper after the time is out unless requested to do so . There are a few 117 who have not renewed yet . If you are one of them please do so now so you will miss no number . By the letters we receive we are led to believe you cannot find a better agricultural paper . At least this is the universal testimony . Please let us hear from you . We are endeavoring to serve the best interests of our subscribers in more ways than one . .... ... ., On account of dissatisf action , with the methods of the former owners , some may h « still fearful that we will not fulfill our promises . We do not know what more we can do to satisfy you than we have dope . We request any such doubting Thomases to write any newspaper publisher , the Chicago postmaster ...

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Farmers' Sons and Daughters . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886

Farmers Sons and Daughters . How easy it would be to form an Economy Club of five in your place , order together and divide your goods between you . Forming clubs can be done easily and made profitable by our farmers and their sons and daughters . The FARM , FIELD AND S TOCKMAN is prepared to make arrangements with several of our YOUNG FRIENDS of push , and possessed of a certain amount of enthusiasm , that may open a field much more profitable than schoolteaching or any occupation likely to present itself , and the beauty of the work will be that every person with whom you deal will become your friend and assist you to secure their friends in return . A gentleman of considerable experience in agent s work , gives it as his candid opinion that he knows of no agency business to-day that may be made so PLEASANT AND PROFITABLE to all concerned—those who . join as well as those who receive the subscriptions—as this plan of forming branch Economy Clubs . Who will help in starting the fir...

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Try Arbitration . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886

Try Arbitration . What is fun for you is death to us . So said the frogs to the small boys who were stoning them . The people who pay the taxes might make a similar protest to the governments that so easily rush into war to settle some dispute , right some fancied wrong , or to maintain a puffed up dignity . Is there really any international or domestic difficulty , in these days , that could not better be settled without war ? Look at the expense of the late little unpleasantness of the Dominion Government with Riel and the few dissatisfied Indians wher adhered to him . The amount paid to the Hudson Bay Company alone for supplies , transports , commissions , etc ., during the rebellion , aggregates $ 2 , 000 ,- 000 , exclusive of claims by the company for losses . There is a bill before Congress providing for a general convention of all American governments , looking to an agreement by treaty to settle all disputes hereafter by arbitration . Another bill proposes an article in ever...

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Peace and Good-will for Ireland , [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886

Peace and Good-will for Ireland , Justin McCarthy , Irelands eloquent advocate in Parliament , is very hopeful . He is ^ willing to bide Mr . Gladstones time and declares one month is not too long to wait for home-rule measures . Mr . McCarthy recogi _ i . es the necessity of holding together the bulk of the Liberals and at the same time satisfying the Parnellites . Haste might prevent this and result in the overthow of the Government . The present peaceful condition of Ireland is favorable for the new Cabinet . The land question , with all its intricacies of conflicting interests , Mr . McCarthy believes should be left to the new Irish Parliament . The appointment of Mr . Morley as Secretary for Ireland seems to be regarded as in itself a conciliatory measure and has resulted in a condition of peace and contentment to which Ireland had long been a stranger . There are to be no more of that class of evictions , says Mr . McCarthy , which were fiendishly planned to goad the tenants i...

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The Embargo on Seeds . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886

The Embargo on Seeds . It is with much satisfaction that we avail ourselves of the opportunity to cast in our influence , as representing some 52 , 000 families , against the proposed unfair and harmful postal legislation . No just-minded Congressman can favor the Wilson bill , described in this journal last week . The more light obtained as to all the great interests involved , the more evident it is that the express companies have originated the measure . To double the postage on seeds is , of course , to compel seedsmen and farmers to use the express wherever the railroad and express go , and at an increased expense . Generally the farmer must meet the additional cost , since the prices of the seedsmen had been based upon the law as it stood , and he has the option to fill his orders or not under the conditions changed without his consent . The hardship will be * the greater for those at points remote from shipping centers . But one of the worst results of the proposed law would ...

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Farmers' Institute at Mattoon , HI . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886

Farmers Institute at Mattoon , HI . The program for the Farmers Institute at Mattoon , March 4 and 5 , under auspices of the State Board of Agriculture , includes the following topics and speakers in order : Fertilization , E . E . Chester ; Drainage , Prof . G . E . Morrow ; Broom Corn Culture , R . A . Traver ; Farmers Families , Mrs . George Bain ; John , Dr . S . H . Peabody ; Thoroughbred Stock , Charles Wiley ; Improved Stock , Col . C . F . Mills ; Legislation for the Industries , Hon . D . B . Gillham ; Meteorology for Farmers , Prot . William McMurtrie : Protection for the Unprotected , Tf B . C . Lane ; The Orchard Question , Prof . T . J . Burrill . It is expected other members of the State Board will be present . Reduced fare on the railroads running through Mattoon is announced .

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