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Page 36 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896

PlF YOU WANT Ji I THE - BEST GARDEN in your neighborhood this season IIII PLANT OUR FAMOUS all of which are described and illustrated in our beautiful and entirely New Catalogue for 1896 . A new feature this season is the Free delivery of Seeds at Catalogue prices to any Post Office . This New Catalogue we will mail on receipt of a 2-cent stamp , or to those who will state where they saw this advertisement , the Catalogue will be mailed Free I PETER HENDERSON & GO . D 35 fc 37 CortLandt St ., -lew York , m == ______ = ____ -DPlease mention the Farm , Field and Fireside . INFORMATION WANTED ! Anyone having knowledge of a general par . pose wire fence , Jnstasgooa as the Pa « e , Ml confer a favor by sending us full particulars . No hearsay evidence wanted , only actual tests count . PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE CO ., Adrian , Micb . - Please mention the Farm , Field and Fireside . lew so s — s lis msirn isms— SUM I » II ____ j- _ gtHMfrr ? : B The PEMCE MAN JKJW ____ E __ 3 __ 3...

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Page 36 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896

IXLTHEM ALL . ML QUALITY TELLS j-, . flEW S . THE BEST IHWSfi STEEL MLL ^^ gm STROHdEST STEEL TOWER . Nolqngstory JJHBv here . Send for catalogue and prices . WArnm PHELPS ft BIGELOW WIND MILL CO ., MH \ K « l _ i __ iioo , Mlchlgs-. U-Ua • FIELD AND HOB FENCE WIRE . t All horizontal lines ore cables ! not affected by beat and cold ; adjusts Itself to hilly ground without buckling , Bollt for service and durability . Write for full Information . UNION FENCE CO ., DeKalb , III . KEYSTONE WOVEN WIRE FENCE ^| . MDlMlFCNCtlSUAOC . * If IS THI ! BEST FOB FARM USE . 25 and 28-Inch for hog lots . 46 , 55 and 58-inch for general use . Send for illustrated catalogue . KEYSTONE WOVEN WIRE FENCE CO ., PEORIA , ILL . Please mention the Farm , Field and Fireside . 0 » 7 % » A . -A * -m * t m ^ mf *^ Sar ^ a *> a * - ^ - \ ar % m ^ tmft ^^ f FENCE YOUR FARM ? i ^\ 1 * > 0 < Xx ! With Best Galvanized Steel Woven Wire Fencing and I S ^ . O *^ 1 ! . >&...

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Page 36 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 8 February 1896

f _ y ^ ^^^^ JlJ ^ j ^ j ____ __» ^ i > . •* + , ™ s LAWN FENCE \ Has Steel Piokets and Is cheaper , stronger and handsomer than either wood or iron . It protects , and beautifies the lawn without obscuring it . Jost the thing for Gardens , Parks , Cemeteries . Churches and Schools . You win surely wont to know more about it . Better write for catalogue 4 prices . HARTMAN MF 0 . C 0 ., Ellwoo _ O ! t .. Ps . 277 Broadway , I 81 S Manhattan Bide ., New York . Chicago . ¦ iismiiisiiiiii siwi tern nil . « n , j CYCLONE FENCE j . O 7 l I Al ^ lf thatlsalockPKi V III ^ A LUvlV ls found In / > * 10 K the Cyclone fence . It Is used to ^ Jjj Zo % fasten our large crimped steel / $ !_ Woo # pickets to cable latcrnls , \ rz r--R with absoutely no possibility of » r-t < _) slipping In any direction . Sam- « JJ ft K pies for the asking . JJ J . 0 < um y _? CYCLONE : WWMWR -T ^ Jf FENCE COMPANY . % » HOLLY . MICM . # Please mention the Farm , Field and...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 15 February 1896

# 1 . 00 A YEAR 36-PAGE NUMBER FEBRUARY 15 , 1896 RqBM FIELD -AND FIRESIDE e ^^^^ j ^ HTABLE OF CONTENTS 3 ^ - Mrv ^ S ^ jW ^^^ - T ^ _ fsW _ Foreclosure Advocated 217 Moisture In Incubators 228 ftflra r 3 __ S ^ ll _ l _ fc ^ l » sr / ~ TIf C ^ 4 ^ R 3 _ J [ wbat Is Government For .. 217 Toad Fences 228 f (§ 5 f v f ? -0 ^ i » -= !»» «^_* % ffl _ l \ V--T ^ * S « 3 Nullifying Law 217 Rats Stole the Eggs 228 « -K * £ ^^^^^ 1 ^^ ?^ ^ ^ ,- ^^ WPTI Cuban Independence 217 Exercise and Eggs 228 WSN JeSsg Unties of a Secretary ot Ag- Senator Tillmans Great W ____ (* y \ rlculture 218 Speech 215 JrfWt J \ _ *&& Jealous of Congress 218 COLONY NEWS 9 ai V _ i _ f J ?« Y «*& Called a Spade a Spade .. 218 LOIjON * NBW « 231 £ »« rata Current Topics 218 THE FIRESIDE- M ^ l K \ A . T C f 7 f S \ \ M Jx 3 m Tlle News 219 Repose—Poem 232 ( l / Sta * \ f \ l 1 I l \ I 1 5 _ f £ _ PRAOTIflAI FARIMTVP Llfe S Better Part ^ f _ f __ y K; Vi ^ r IS Mte ^ rofS ^ r ^ . ...

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Where and How to Plant Straw -berries [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 15 February 1896

Where and How to Plant Strawberries STRAWBERRIES can be grown successfully on almost any soil if It Is properly prepared . If the soil is too wet and soggy drain it ; if too hard and thirsty subsoil it ; If given to sand , put vegetable matter in it by turning under green crops . At the South strawberries may be planted from October 15 to April 15 . The plants are injured not directly by the cold , but indirectly by its mechanical effort to heave or lift tbe plants and l ^ ave their roots exposed . On such soil do no planting from November 15 to February 15 . The best time to plant everywhere is in the spring—In the latitude of North Carolina , from February 15 to March 15 ; and a little earlier or later in proportion as you are further south or north . For field culture : prepare the soil well , subsoiling if the subsoil is hard or drought likely to occur . Subsoiling is also good ln excessively wet seasons , as it enables the soil to hold more water without washing or drowning . H...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 15 February 1896

HF YOU WANT Jf I THE -BEST GARDEN in your neighborhood this season , PLANT OUR FAMOUS all of which are described and illustrated in our beautiful and entirely New Catalogue for 1896 . A new feature this season is the Free delivery of Seeds at Catalogue prices to any Post Office . This New Catalogue we will mail on receipt of a 2-cent stamp , or to those who will state where they saw this advertisement , the Catalogue will be mailed Free ! PETER HENDERSONS , CO , | | M 35 & 37 Cortlandt St ., Hew York , am ¦ juuuuuiJUi < innrif ^*« ~ i ^ J ^ ¦¦¦¦¦» 1 POTATOES fS ! f-unrest srowera of POTATOES ter Seed In , Ai-wfea . TheKar » lKew-Torlieif « lve « Sal . , 1 » SE « 1 J • W-Kori . ln a yield or T 8 B baahel . wierS . Prieea dirt cheap . <{?* ^{ . j ., _» ¦ c K _ k . T * 8 D «« eaandaBin _ lel 4- |{ ay BadUBibr , e * Soit-ie . P % lWA . 8 AlZE 68 EEDCO ., Utrc »^ WU . , 1 l » M * - » l » ¥ s 1 ¥ ¦ ¦ ¦ lffr % MalM sWWr ^ WWWW ** MM-N 81 ;; yt-Ln ™ r-F- ^ ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 15 February 1896

Corn is a vigorous feeder and responds well to liberal fertilization . On corn lands the yield increases and the soil improves if properly treated with fertilizers containing not under 7 % actual Potash . A trial of this plan costs but little and is sure to lead to profitable culture . Our pamphlets are not advertising circulars booming special fertilizers , but are practical works , contain-ing-latest researches on the subject of fertilization , and are really helpful to farmers . They are sent free tot the asking . GERMAN KALI WORKS , 93 Nassau St ., New York . Seed Potatoes for Sale . Nineteen leading varieties . Handsome and finely lUustratedCatalogue Free . „>« :. _ GEO . W . MACE , Box B , Greenville , Ohio . Potatoes , Small Fruits . New and standard varieties . Large stook , low prices . Catalogue free . GEO . i . KELL 0 GQ & SONS , No . 6 , lanesvllle , Wit . 10 NOVELTIES FOR 25 c . Our collection ot Ten Grand Novelties oontains : Cabbage , World . ea...

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e )^^^ Ap 9 ^^ 9 s ^ r ^^^ srvrvrvrzrerv ^ rv ^ FARM , FIELDAND PlRESipE [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 15 February 1896

e )^^^ Ap 9 ^^ 9 s ^ r ^^^ srvrvrvrzrerv ^ rv ^ FARM , FIELDAND PlRESipE PUBLISHED WEEKLY . • abacrlptlon Price 81 . 00 per Tear , ln WUhtheNBW H YGIENE or one of oarother books el-M Club Terms . Fire copies one year to same or different addresses ........ t * .. w Ten copies one year to same or different adA ™ d ten cents eaohi t NEW HyQii Ni or other book ls wanted . Foreign Subscription , S 8 . 00 per Tear , ln advance , to oover foreign postage . Howard & Wilson Publishing Co ., N . E . Cor . Madison & Franklin Sts ., Chicago , 111 . CHARLES H . HOWARD . BDTTOK . JAS . W . WILSON , BUSINESS MANAGER . Entered as Beoond-Class Mall Matter at Chicago Postoffice .

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Farm Economics [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 15 February 1896

Farm Economics Senator Tillman s Great Speech A SMALL portion of Senator Tillman s speech was given last week . We regret that so much of it must be omitted for want of space . It is all bristling with facts and is a terrible arraignment of the gold conspirators . Mr . Tillman . Mr . President , I shall make no apology for doing what is my right here , to exercise the functions of a Senator and discuss the issues presented to the Senate . I know , sir , that custom has made it a rule that new members of this body should listen rather than be heard , and my brief experience -and while In this city I have been very attentive upon the sessions of the Senate—has shown me that the custom is a wise one , because new men who come in here , especially those who , like myself , have had little , In fact no legislative experience , realize very soon that what they do not know about the affairs of this great Government ls far more than they do know . My experience has been In a different arena...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 15 February 1896

5 EEDS FREEniUET PENT tor a . postal card ls all it will UIMC KiQM I cost you lo l . urn how to get IS packets of Rare , Selected nnd Tested varieties of seeds , from . 0 choice novelties , and u year s subscrlptlon to the best agricultural paper published . Send your name and address at once on a Sostal card , and say you want full particulars of Free Iced Distribution and $ . . 00 prize contest . Address , E-ITOMIST 1 UBI . IS-IINU Co ., Indianapolis , Ind . MON ^^ ONS A If You Plant the f M RIGHT SEED . A MMM My new handsomely illustrated ^ M LmlM SEED BOOK tella all about the ^_ m IHffl best varieties of Onions and Every- M Uil thing of interest in the Seed Line s Mm -HlKRl how to grow and market vegetables mSmi ¦ H Sess _ ully-FEEE if you wri ? WA Wm at once—to-day . t 3 TP . O . Box 6 . J jj ^ V W H . W . BUCKBEE , W W ROCKFORD SEED FARMS , W J ROCKFORD , ILL . I _ 4 FERRYS _ k A% . smys ^ ^^^^^ T Perfect seeds grow ^^^^^ k ^ paying crops . Perfect seeds ^^^^ A ^^^^ Parenotgro...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 15 February 1896

-3 tifc BABYS COniNd . Nature intended that f every woman should look forward to the coming of her baby with joy and hope , unclouded by anxiety . Almost painless parturition is quite the usual thing among uncivilized people . Even in our own country it occasionally happens with women in robust health and good condition . It ought to be the rule instead of the exceptio . ; and it is a fact that a very large proportion of the usual pain and suffering may be avoided by looking after the mother s general health , and specially strengthening the particular organs concerned in parturition . Many mothers have been brought through the trying time almost painlessly by the aid of Dr . Pierce s Favorite Prescription . It prepares the system for delivery by imparting the organic strength and elasticity which the mother specially needs ; shortens the time of labor and of confinement ; promotes the secretion of abundant nourishment for the child and fortifies the entire constitution against the ...

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What is Government For ? [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 15 February 1896

What is Government For ? W HAT is the executive of the government designed for , if not , first of all , to execute the will of the people , as expressed in the laws ; ahd , second , to defend the rights and liberties of the citizens wherever and b y whomsoever endangered ? Senator Frye declared in his Armenian speech that in one respect he would like to see England made the model of our government , and that was in defending the rights of the individual citizen in any part of the world . Our entire people would say Amen to that . Our present administration has been particularly derelict in this thing . One citizen is wasting away in a French prison and President Cleveland finds no way of releasing him . Two consuls were refused their proper passports in Turkey , and ne or two citiziens of the United States have been killed , and the property of others to the extent of many thousands of dollars have been destroyed , and yet neither Secretary Olney nor the President find any way of o...

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Nullifying Law [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 15 February 1896

Nullifying Law IT looks like a snub—the resolution adopted by the House Committee on Judiciary . It is believed to refer to Comptroller Bowler , and reads as follows : Resolved , That the committee on judiciary be and is hereby authorized and directed to inquire as to the condition of the law on the subject of the right of the executive officers of the government ln the several departments thereof to refuse to enforce , execute or comply with the provisions of any act of the Congress of the United States , on the ground of its alleged unconstitutionality , or for other reasons , and to report to the House by bill or otherwise . It will be remembered that his high and mightiness , a young man lately from a lawyer s office , undertook to nullify a law of congress with reference to sugar bounties by pronouncing it unconstitutional and refusing to pay the bounties to those to whom they were due . To be sure the United States Courts afterwards refused to sustain his view , but , for the ...

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Cuban Independence [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 15 February 1896

Cuban Independence P ROBABLY there is not one well informed reader of this journal but who will gladly say Amen r to the Morgan resolutions in favor of Cuba , passed by the United States Senate . They are a plea in a friendly spirit to Spain to maintain the humane usages of modern warfare . It is not very difficult for Spain to revert to her old historic cruelties—those that characterized the middle ages . It is due to the situation of affairs in Cuba , says the Morgan report , that Spain should recognize the existence of a state of war in the islands , and should voluntarily accord to the armies opposed to her authority the rights of belligerents under the laws of nations . Senator Cameron submitted a minority report declaring for a recognition of the independence of Cuba . Many of our people believe the time is ripe for this more advanced action . The Cubans have been crying for liberty and independence for forty years . This time the revolution hasnobly been maintained for a long...

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Taxation Without Representation [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 15 February 1896

Taxation Without Representation ONE of the principal grievances of the Cubans is that they are taxed without representation . They have no voice in the Cortes of old Spain and in the government which both assesses and collects the taxes . This old and now well settled Anglo-Saxon principle in government was lately discussed in Chicago by the lecturer on history , Professor Fiske of Boston . His subject was The Boston Tea Party . A clear distinction was made between a mere mob or a sudden emeute , or insurrection , and a deliberate and deeply resolved and planned revolution . Some writers—and among them a few Americans , I regret to say—have attempted to show that the patriots who dumped tea chests of the East India Tea Company into Boston harbor on the ever-memorable night of Dec . 16 , I 773 > were mere rioters , and that an indorsement of their action carries with it an implied approval in general of all riots , strikes , and other mob-law deviltries . But when wc consi...

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