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THE TWO DESTINIES [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886
THE TWO DESTINIES BY W 1 I . KIE COIil-IIVS . AUTHOR Or WOMAN IN WHITE , NEW MAGDALEN . MOONSTONE . ETO . CHAPTER XXIIL—CONTINUED . Having answered in those terms , the man left me by myself until the next morning . I do not wish my bitterest enemy a sadder time in his life than the time I passed during the last night of my residence under Mr . Dunrosss roof . After walking to and fro in the room until I was weary , I thought of trying to divert my mind from the sad thoughts that oppressed it . by reading . The one candle which I had lit failed to sufficiently Illuminate the room . Advancing to the mantle-piece to light the second candle which stood there , I noticed the unfinished letter to my mother lying where I had placed it when Miss Dunross s servant first presented herself before me . Having lit the second candle , I took up the letter to put it away among my other papers . Doing this ( while my thoughts were still dwelling on Miss Dnnross ) , I mechanically looked at the let...
Humorous . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886
Humorous . _ TUe call to arms : John , take ^ the 1 , ftby \ „ heart is full the lips are . ifW KiV 1 - *! , ^ ut „ „ , do vou know- what a miracle . ^ -la says if you dont marry Ifnr new parson it wiU be a miracle . Ttisa singular and touching ooinci- % i . nt both poker players and women d 0 -Ttt Wind for the same pp-pose . ¦ Sfy want to see what their neighbors ha ^ -There is one last request ! would „^ e said the dying grammarian ; ask 2 newspapers , if they give an account of „ y Sral to avoid-speakmg of it as my • funeral obsequies . It has been decided that a naval cadet ^ throws kisses at a girl is guilty of ±° ent emanly conduct Quite right . He should carry them to her aud place them gently on her lips . -You are growing fat , said a West L ™ ner to his grocer How much do you « iirii ? Oh , that depends on business . Some days Iweigli a tomand some days I dont weigh much of anything . _ A teacher asked a boy who was the meekest man . Moses , sir , was the answer . Very wel...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886
—A fifty cent bottle of Dr . Bigelow s PositiveCure will promptly and thoroughly cure the worst case of recent cough , cold or throat or lung trouble . Buy the dollar bottle for chronic cases . Pleasant to tak « . —Col . Fizzletop was under the painful necessity of administering a castigation to his son Johnnie . After he had completed his labors , he said sternly to the suffering victim : Xow tell me why I punished you ? That s it , sobbed Johnnie , you nearly pound the life out of me , and now you dont even know why j-ou did it . —To err is human , but you make no mistake if you use Dr . Jones Red Clover Tonic for dyspepsia , costiveness , bad breath , piles , pimples , ague and malaria , poor appetite , low spirits , or diseases of the kidneys , stomach and liver : 50 cents . —A coal-cart driver reported that he had been discharged . To her inquiries what lie had done , he said : Nothing ; only ; to sit in the cart when the ooalwas being weighed . Wife . — Why , that was no , . v...
Money Makers , [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886
Money Makers , in t let golden opportunities pass unimi » ovcu ; there are times in the lives of men when i , _ re oney oan he made rapidly and easily , w . u ° S e J . wl 8 eoanbe earned by years of labor . Write Hallett &amp; Co ., Portland , Maine , who will ™ y ™ . tree , full particulars about work that „ 0 fJ a do , and live at home , at a profit of at rSE . fiJR * 5 t 0 $ 25 daily . Some have made a EfjjOhiasingleday . All is new . You are -11 MH » 0 aPital not required . Either sex ;
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886
IF A MAN , s HUHflRY withln r wifi-W an hour , more or less , after a meal , he Is a dyspeptic . It shows his stomach is not able to dispose of what he has eaten . But to eat and thus impose more work is an absurdity . Take DR . JONES RED CLOVER TONIC , which cures Dyspepsia and all Stomach , Liver , Kidney , and Bladder troubles . It is a perfect tonic , appetizer , blood purifier , a sure euro for ague and malaria diseases . Price , Fifty Cents . RA Chromo or 25 Hidden Name Cards , name on , inc . UU Samples i terms , . c Crown Ptg . Co ., North _ ord , Ct . O A A Scrap Pictures , I Pocket Memo . Book &amp; Sample Al \ J \ J Booko . CardslOc . 3 tevensBroB .. _ . orthford . Ct . 6 PCUT . For 51 Nev . Ohromo , Scrap and Gold Edge UCHIJ Cards . ESSEX CABU WORKS , ! . o _ yton , Ct . llMHl If FOR ALL , 830 a week and expenses Will . A paid . Outfit worth $ 5 and particulars IIUI 111 Sgg . p . p . YICKEBY , Augusta , Maine . AGENTS COIN MONEY WHO SELL DIt . Chase s Family Phys...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886
-IIDC cure tor epilepsy or fits in 24 hours . Freotopoor . OUnt Dr . Kruse , M . C ., 2336 Hickory St ., St . . Lonls , Mo . OA PRESENTS FREE . 33 cards , silk-fringed , U \ J frosted , hidden name , gilt edge , etc ., name on all , II parlor games , 26 embroidery pattern . 13 parlor tricks , card samples , list of presents and terms to agents , all for 10 c . VAN W . OK &amp; Co ,, 192 . Vestford st ., Lowell , Mass ; i ^ % M mat $ 1 samples fast selling roods to any Mar Mm __¦ mau or woman making less than $ 10 M a ^ % W r 5 er week . We guarantee the best ¦ ^ I M _ M— chance In America for live men and wnman to make money . An agent writes- Xourplan brings the money quick . TTry I **** It . Address , F . L . Morrill 4 Co ., Chicago , ILL || TELEPHONES SOLD * I ~__^ Don t pay exorbitant rental fees to t \ awm . wWAA the Bell Telephone Monopoly to use IBM MMmnPtll their Telephones on lines less than [¦ U r iTfxPmf two miles in length . A few months Hflk / nt ASBAB rental bu...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886
25 OiOCnAMONTH . Agents-. anted . OOtwitnlU \/* _ ing articles in the world . 1 simple tree . • OCtlU Addles , JAY BBONSON , l &gt; etr _ lt . -- U - __ tftil AA ATTACHMENT FOB PIANOS AND OB . dpi . UU cans . Anyone can play at sight . Price to agents 3 ( 1 cents . P . 0 . Box 600 , Minneapolis , Minn . _| MTAnpATHOME . Men , Women , Boys and Girls WWIIKamake 10 c to $ 2 an hour . New biiBinena : II vluU neye ,. advertised ; no peddling ; no humbug ; The Secret revealed , and 24 WolUillB Snliiplcu , worth tS , to commence work on , Free . Address , ALBANY SUPPLY CO ., Albany , N . Y . ^ FOR CENTS MAB ^( L _\ We will send to any address our _ U _ MKJE | 8 Complete Newspaper Directory MWflSS ^ P of al publications in the U . S . SepBSlBiBl * and Canada . Tnis book contains - information of great value to every advertiser . LORD &amp; THOMAS , .. « £ ? CHICAfiO . Edwin Alden &lt; £ Bro . For cost of advertising in any paper or list of papers published in the . U...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886
SfaAnrlnil / rf « so * ra ¦ * GB - IHS , Grass Seeds , PlasITOVDnUfiC « er . Salt , Ashes , fertilize * ., BKTTKB n j _ . _ &lt; u &gt; d MSTEB than ln any other way . KNtadfiflSl SAVES SEED by sowing F ___ . Ecn , r DlUaUllOOl , ISVSN : Beadily attached to QAWAM ! \ * ***** / anywagon or cart . Litis OUnoio . \ Su _ d . / -. LIFBr _ -u . Bows 80 ACRES . SOWER / ADAY . CropONE-rOUBTH _____ - _ -- _ ™ , JJ ^ W _ LAUDER-THAN lVHKN Ills II ¦¦ I P . I 1111 I I Il The . only prao- * * fll Tp ^ v - lir ^ sHHST tie ^ Broadcaster made . - f \\ It \\\ IlI / lfflRSiJW .. Not affected br wind . _^ W __^ Vff a __^_ EBn __ - ___ F ¥ _ - * ^^ ly warranted . Per . STEJPHEN FREEW AK &amp; SONS Xt __ 3 _ . c * xiv _ -i , -wnoonnBiir . DttJS ^_______ ^^^^^ i _^ jkA ____________ p ^_________________ fl __^^ R ^^__ * ^_____ i _ Can be carried into the 6 eld and attached to Mowing Machine -Wheel .. Send for Descriptive Catalogue . Agents wanted in every County . B . H . ALLEN CO ...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886
JWCGrind . y ° ur own BoM » AtWmi mUllHU steal . Oyster Shelly , S mmMm r * wtej % A ~ A . * il ? lqurnnaCorn . ^ MHffi _ # Sthel ^ -eCAJI !^ D-JECXiIi 1 ___ E ____ NE __ F ( F . Wllson B Patent ) . lOO per ¦ ra ^^—^ eeBfc inore m ^ e ln keeplijB iwiil ; try . Also FOWEB MU ___ 8 and ifAAtmX i &amp; DHIUd . Cireularsapd Testimonials sent giTapplllcaUon . ¦ y \ TIAMtS Ma % Oa ., XmsAfm , ra i ¦ M K M 6 IITKING WELL SINKING HA . OJAL 01 U _ V £ RY furnishes pure water , pays - &amp; fM \ the agent well , and the business is pro- _ £ *_/ mr \ tected by patents . * We make everySII ft \ rt \ thing known and belonging to well It JILW einkmg . Are the larvest works In the oS y n FW business . If interested send 15 cents ¦ •// IJ rT » ^ . for mailing you our catalogue - _ p / &gt; II l-nr \ 9 a otsao engravings , * 7 _ r Id a . _\ - ^ * rit *&gt;_ k Advance Turbine _____ - __ ¦ 111 1 \ 3 , (____ L WInd ullls Steam Cl ^ A _¦ c __ f ^ 3 E ^___ s _ iS ^___ c __...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 February 1886
W f ^ W ^^^^^^ ^ iX ^^ Z __ M __ -- ______________ l ____ ii __________^^ i ^^^ P |^^^^^ HS ^ 3 ^ BB ^^^^^^^^^ E ^^^^^^^^ S |^^^^^^^ aB ^^^ - ! - - ~ Sstjeetl tt » nil to ths action of » Steel Oniber and LoWhr , ut to tho Outfitter , Ufflgg , Taming Process ef »•__ * . _ of Gait StHl Coulters . Immenw cnttfas power . CraUng , Leveling and PulTeiHng performed tt the . ims ff S ? , ! ataonoe of -Jllej . or Spring Teeth avoids julling w rnbfii-.. Only Bute *** that cits over the entire sorfita »_»__ . _ - Sizes , 8 to 16 ft . tid ? WltKimd without _ Wy attachment . &gt; Vo deUvcr free at l ) wXun DCE 01- • m * a a— a »© NOT B * E DECEIVED . Dbntletdealere-palmoftabaseimitationn-cL . i Jr AIK ferior tool under the assurance that itis better . SA-nsi - YOUESELF BY npnln •__ . - •__ ING AN ACME ON TRIAL . We will send a doable : ran ! r Ac ™ TtT ? R ¦ * ¥ . AY . respons . bIe farmer in the United States ; if it does not suit , he may sendKv *? MTM ^ Jfm . *» pa ^ g return freight ...
A Letter to Senator Wilson . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
A Letter to Senator Wilson . The following letter , from Secretary E . G . Hill , to be submitted to the Senate Sub-Committee , to whom -was referred the bill to increase postage on fourth-class matter , gives cogent facts and considerations showing why seeds , plants and cions should be excepted , even if there should be en increase on other fourth-class matter . All our readers will be interested in this letter . Our reading constituency is large in every State in the Union—aggregating some 52 , 000 separate households . If every one who has a personal acquaintance in Congress will cut out this letter and enclose to him , making such additions as he may deem best , members and Senators will begin to understand that this is a subject which cannot wisely be ignored : RICHMOND , Ind ., Feb . 22 , 1886 . HON . JAS . F . WILSON , U . S . SBNATOB , WASHINGTON , T &gt; . 0 . —Sear Sir : Accept onr thanks for your prompt . and courteous reply . Tou ask for our reasons for opposing...
T . TJBLISHED WEEKLY BY P HOWARD & WILSON PUB . CO . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
T . TJBLISHED WEEKLY BY P HOWARD &amp; WILSON PUB . CO . CHARLES H , HOWAED . EDITOR J ONATHAN P EBIAM , I Associate Editors . P . H . JACOBS , 1 JAS . W . WILSON , BUSINESS M ANAGES . TBE FABM , FIE * J &gt; AND S TOCKMAN , under its new rnSmmtT ta intended to treat praotioally the SStrorW of subjects related to Agriculture , 3 tookSJ Gartenlng and Fruit-growing , and to afford S _^ r __ nhMM _^ - ^ lMV th ?^ l ^ D 8 la _(» ciSfonS . every State and iWtatf of the ^ nion-and in tho British Provinces , is proof that it is adapted ittiibscriptlonanaAdvertising terms see page 216 .
News and Comment . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
News and Comment . —In Canada , seeds , plants and samples cost 4 cents fper pound postage , in this country 16 gents per pound . Why ? A decision by an Indiana court mates telephone companies common carriers and so subject to legislative control . —Mr . Hunt , of the firm of Miller &amp; Hunt , florists near Chicago , is in Washington . It is an instance of the right man in the right place just now . It is said that Texas farmers are going out of the carp business because some ponds froze solid last winter . Dont give up . Thaw out the carp in the dark , and try again . A playful ram in a successful battering broke a Michigan man s leg . Mary is the only person on record who could properly educate the playful young sheep to habits of propriety Blaine s second volume is out . It covers th a , reconstruotion period , and deals more genii * : with Andrew Johnson than was expected : It is severe on CarlSohurz and Seoret-iiy Bayard . A train of sixteen cars loaded with silk has ...
Saved Three Dollars . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
Saved Three Dollars . OFFICE OF B OSARD __ CLIFFOED , ATTOBNEYS AT L AW . GRAND FORK , DAK ., FEB . 2 . 86 . ECOKOMT CLUB : I have to say in regard to the portiere ( curtain ) ordered from you recently : It gives the very best of satisfaction , and I have no hesitation In saying that I saved frpm $ 3 to 95 on that article alone by purchasing from your Sgency . J . H . BOSARD . Equal to the FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN free for two or three years on a small order , and his certificate g ; ood for nearly a year yet .
Expert Prejudice . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
Expert Prejudice . At a recent agricultural meeting , held at New Gloucester , Me ., were gathered some of the most eminent agriculturists in the country . Lectures and discussions on various subjects made the meeting interesting . Dr . G . M . Twitchell delivered an address on poultry matters , he being an expert , during which he made use of the following : The value of those breeds with yellow legs and meat so far exceed others equally valuable for eggs that they become most desirable to the average breeder . This prejudice against dark-legged fowls is one of the most foolish that has ever arisen , and that such an eminent authority as Dr . Twitchell should maintain that the breeds with yellow legs and meat are the more valuable is surprising . We are willing to admit that those breeds that hatch broods are more valuable than those that are classed as non-sitters , as they give a profit m both eggs and flesh , but to give the credit to the color of the legs is something else . Th...
Alfalfa . —Johnson Grass . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
Alfalfa . —Johnson Grass . I wish to get some grass seed . I wish to be a member of your Economy Club . You will give a certificate as a member when I subscribe which I intend as soon as I can . 1 . Where can I get Johnson grass seed and Alfalfa ? 2 . How much shall I sow per acre , and when shall I sow ? 3 . Can I cut it the first year ? 4 . Can I have the seed sent by mail , and at how much per pound ? 5 . What is the price per pound ? Wallaceburo , Ark W . H . JAMES . 1 . D . M . Ferry , W . A . Burpee , or any other seedsmen advertising in our columns . 2 . Sow of Johnson grass one bushel per acre ; of Alfalfa sow eight to ten pounds per acre . Sow both Johnson grass and Alfalfa in the spring ; Johnson grass at corn planting time . 3 . Johnson grass ( Sorghum Ealapense ) may be cut the first year . The usual time is when it comes in flower . Alfalfa is better the second year , and continues to improve from year to year . 4 . The seed can be sent by mail in packages of four pound...
Prices Compared—Savings Shown . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
Prices Compared—Savings Shown . Quotations received from Garner , Iowa , in reply to our request in February 13 th issue : • First column gives local prices and second column prices at which tho Economy Club furnish to their members who buy in box , barrel and sack lots : Light brown sugar he 6 jc Granulated F II c 7 c Ar-ucklc s roasted coffee 1 c 14 c Standard IS « ]» , Best golden Rio green ls ec Evaporated apples 20 e 10 c Molasses » c 45 c Common syrup 0 c 33 o Japantea M c 34 c Rice c 8 c
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 March 1886
Value of Green Manure . In Europe the value of green cropi , plowed under for manure , is now attracting special attention . Vetches there are a favorite crop to be plowed under . In this country , North , red clover is the great renovating crop ; in the South the cow pea , not really a pea , but a bean , is largely used . From foreign exchanges we find that in Saxony and Silesia , where an almost purely sandy soil abounds , where there is consequently but little fodder , and cattle feeding will not pay , the want of ordinary manure has led to the practice of employing instead such green crops as clover and vetches . So soon as the rye—a common crop in Saxony—has flowered , yellow vetch seed is sown among it in the proportion of two and a half bushels to the acre . Protected by the rye-stalks , the vetches soon sprout , but are still too young at harvest time to be touched by the reaping machine . Immediately afterward they shoot ahead rapidly , and ought to be in full flower at the...