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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
SCHOOL LANDS scrlptive circular to F . M . Book-waiter , Sprhigfield . O . FARMS FOR SALE Izx A */ E ± oToL ± setJxx . New Price List just issued for Free Distribution . Over 200 of the finest farms in the State fully described . Alsoa map of Michigan , showing railroads , towns , cities , etc . GEO . W . SNOVKR , HEAL ESTATE SI LOAN AGENT . 103 Griswold St ., Detroit , Mich . A . ttJAm . FLGcJ ± IlSr Forty acres of A No . I farming land—20 acres broken —with good house , barn and hen house , for sale cheap , if sold before April 1 . I have 2 , 500 Ancient Briton Blackberries , four years old ; 500 Mammoth Cluster Black Raspberries , three years old ; BOO Currant bushes , four years old . Equidistant from Hotel Orleans on Spirit Lake and Arnold s Park on West Okohoji . Good market for small fruits and vegetables . Correspondence solicited . Address ¦ XVERS . -F . R- HEATH , Spirit Lake , Iowa . LANDS KffiS OP FIRST-CLASS TIMBER LANDS In Northern Wisconsin For sale on easy terms to A...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
PATENTS ! PATENTS ! Applications for Patents , Re-issues and Caveats , also for Registry of Trade-marks and Labels , attended to at fair charges . Interferences and rejected cases diligently prosecuted . I &gt; . DEAME , ( l oraorlylrinciTOlE-tamin-erU . S . PatentOftlce ) 51 . 5 » lh St-N . W ., Washingtou . D . C . &amp;~ Refer to the Editor of this paper . CE 3 The Acme contains 114 American ( fj ft 11 fl © IZDZI all WITH MUSIC , and ls entirely All II H i &gt; |_ j # _| different from any other collection . * *** Ilml Also , 100 Songs of the Day , including * Wait ItrtzltiU Clouds Koll By , taring Time and Kobliu 11 / Ihave Conic , Climbing up dc Golden Stairs , •— - ¦• Peek-a-1 oo ! When Koblns Nest Again , Ill Await My Love , etc . Both books , and catalogues of music , novelties , etc ., free , on receipt ot 15 c . W . C . TBIFET , 408 Washington St ., Boston , Mass . Sibley s Tested Seedft Catalogue free on application . Send for it . J ^ H 1 KAM SIBL...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
THE CHRISTENING . BY E . T . COBBETT . Ho , I wont forgive our parson—not down to my dyin day . Hed orter waited a minnit ; that s what 111 alters say . T But to christen my boy , my baby , with such an orful nameWhy , Where s the use otalHn ? I tell you he was to blame . You see it happened in this way : There was father an Uncle Si An mother , an each one wanthr a finger in the pieBach with a name for baby , as ef I hadnt no voicg . But the more they talked an argied , the more I stuck to my choice . Semanthy —this was father— youd best take pattern by mother , For she named thirteen children thout any such foss or bother . As soon as she diskivered that family names was too few , Why , she just fell back on tho Bible , as perfessers air bound to do . Semanthy —this was Beuben— most any one else could see That , bein as I m his father , hed orter be named for me . You say my name s old-fashioned ; well , I m old-fash-ioned too . Yet twamt so long ago , nuther , that both of ns sui...
YOUNG FOLKS [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
YOUNG FOLKS BUDLETS , BEWARE ! n your house so snug and brown , Covered up , and wrapped In down , Baby-buds , I would you warn - To keep Indoors ; it sgoing to storm . Winter s winds are not yet past . There s death to budlets in his blast . March sometimes drcssesup like May , Is soft and kitten-like in play ; Warm and tender is his smileHe means to kill you all the while . Hell sing to you a siren s song , Then whirl you In the blast , along vVith frozen hearts , that just like you Too soon in life drank of the dew . Why dont you telegraph below , jind tell them not to force you so f They are so warm and safe down there , For , little buds , they have no care . If you will keep within your shells , In May well meet you iu tho dells . Down by the gentle flowing brooks , It s there I love your little nooks . May s love will help you burst your cup . And with the God of nature sup ; Thus , nourished by his fondest care , ¦ Youll blossom into flowers fair . -EE . . —There is merit in...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
IO DOXTJARS each for New and fl * S *! I y /* fr / t-rfSEWI &gt; GMACHIXES . *^ Bsf ^ I AT Warranted five y « trs . Srr , ton trlallde- F ^ Bf mMA ¦ Aft- * sired . Buy direct and nave $ 15 to $ . 15 . r . r **** BmHrg Orpins riven u premium .. Write for FREEcIr- * Ve ytA cular With 1000 lectlmonrals from evrrvstate . . A Wf &amp; IA . GEO . PAINE 4 CO ., « 3 rd Ave . Cukaj-o , 111 . v T * , * i ^ COLUMBIA BICYCLES * TE p- and Tricycles . /^\ Olf ^» Healtb , Business , Pleasure . / c ^ afiE &amp; l ^ ft Illustrated Catalogue sent free . Wmm THE POPE MFG . CO . t / l flir IT ? lYn-hinrtnii * Puitnn Win The Hartley Reclining Bhair Bo . MAKE THE BEST Reclining Chair | Lounge ^ ML \ In the world for comfort , durjbliltj * priw . J ^ L ^ Kl ^^^^^ L * BMMMBBBBMMMMMW ^ I ^ m ** smmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwg ^ &amp; Q m ***^^^ m jam * g u s Our Lounge huff m mikea ft fine Mt MS § % 8 * 3 alltherKWetgitW SlntleBed . \ m *\\ . * m poiitiou &gt; an * WggmW ...
LITERATURE . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
LITERATURE . Book Notices . Dr . Stephen N . Fellows , of Iowa University , has prepared an edition of Watts Improvement on the Mind . Probably the most of our readers have heard their fathers and mothers , or perhaps their grandfathers and grandmothers , enlarge upon the solid worth of the work . We are happy to belong to a small minority who believe that some old-fashioned things are good—especially old-fashioned books . As good an authority as Dr . Samuel Johnson has this to say of Isaac | Watts : He has provided instructions for all ages , from those who are lisping their flrst lessons to tbe enlightened readers of Locke ; he has left neither corporal nor spiritual nature unexamined . He has taught the science of reasoning and the science of the stars . His character , therefore , must be judged from the multiplicity and diversity of his attainments , rather than from any single performance . Most of the present generation have known Dr . Watts only by his hymns . These are of v...
MISCELLANEOUS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
MISCELLANEOUS . Almost a Smash . The FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN had an office scare last week . News was brought to the office that four pages of the electrotype plates from which the paper is printed had been smashed . Fortunately , upon examination , the injury was only to the corners , not affecting the print to such an extent but that little delay was experienced . Every printer knows what pying a form means . The labor of distribution under such a catastrophe is many times that of type in readable form . Every type must be examined separately before it is placed in its compartment . In tho case of serious injury to an electrotype plate , it would only have involved the resetting of the type , ( an expensive operation , however ) allowing that it had been distributed . However , even in such an unfortunate event , the now live and newsy farmers weekly newspaper would have come out on time though it had involved working night and day . To be always on time , regular as the sun , i...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
F A MAN VSF ** . ^ ,. ^_____ 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 purl * fier , a sure euro for ague and malaria diseases . Price , Fifty Cents .
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
f Just published , 12 article ? on PRACTICAL POULTRY RAISING , by FANNY FIELD . Tells how she cleared 9449 on 100 Light Brahmas in one year ; how she clears $ 1 , 600 annually on a 60 acre poultry-farm ; about a mechanic s wife who clears 8300 annually on a village lot ; about Incubators , brooders , spring chickens and capons . Price 25 c , Stamps taken . R . B . MITCHELL , G 9 Dearborn St ., Chicago . .- ^§| . By Alice B . Stockham , M . D . ^^ Hfwii ^ Teaches Possible , Painless Precf j * j *** gEs l ^^^^^^^ t ** js . nancy and Parturition . Trtats A Bo ^ wBBIImWr LADIES MANUAl * fnrKT . rr ^ BB 8 Bl ^ rhe very best book that IHrETOry ^ Wm * W ^ can be put in the hands ot a Woman . ^ mr gjr j or WOnmn . cioth , $ 8 , 001 a s-teillTC teJf ^ aait . AG EIMT 5 . iw FOR GIRLS . \ % A ^&amp; g 8 a £ ^ This valnable work should be read by every gin . PRTMTTIVEDr . W . P . EVANS . * , l » -Cf raP ! ; , l ° oSLSStf HEALTH S &amp; FREE ! SANITARY PUBLISHING CO ., 161 LaSall...
¦ mFMARKETsT [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
¦ mFMARKETsT OFFICE OF „„„ , „ . \ March 22 , 1885 . FAKM . FIELD ANDST 0 Grain and Flour . ..,. »«• » X .- \ Vlnter wheat , No . 2 red , hard , W !| K .. No 3 red regular , 88 c : No . 4 red , ft-i . l ^ s ( , ° N 0 - Spring wheat , cash No . 2 , reguSdo , per b &gt; sli • » I £ * s r , ll z 0 . free onboard , ! f ^^ # on &amp; , SSor No . 3 . 71 @ 780 i No . 4 , ; il S ° RN .-Cal h corn , gUt edgeNo . 2 , 8 Mo ; w ? ? feUowi 3 oW ® 36 V ao : No , 3 yellow , 34 c ; i ! t c per bush . N « . rr « - _ -No 2 , 2954 @ 293 ioi No . 2 white , . « ° ^ to -Steod , SOOSlc ; tree on board , No . 3 « j . JHIZSWC per bush . BVE . -SIO . 2 , 61 @ 61-ao ; No . 3 , 56 @ 56 ^ c , per hush . sample . No . 3 ordinary , 4-SM ?; £ &amp; % - V N ° - 4 ° rdinary t 0 ohScc | 41 @« c , per bush . i * nBR .-Tlie following are the market n , Sft ® and range of prices ** bbl . qualit es an 7 g @ 5 lg SS 5 SSSS 53 * w ?^ :::.: ; : SS 8 SiS 8 K ~******** .. r &lt; i-j » g » Kyo f...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
CkvTn ^ ^ d ^ Pu ^^ t , Is This What Ails You ? Do you feel generally miserable , or suffer with a thousand and one indescribable bad feelings , both mental and physical ? Among them low spirits , nervousness , weariness , lifelessness . weakness , dizziness , feelings of fullness or bloating after eating , or sense of goneness or emptiness of stomach in morning , flesh soft and lacking firmness , headache , blurring of eyesight , specks floating before tho eyes , nervous irritability , poor memory , chilliness , alternating with hot flushes , lassitude , throbbing , gurgling or rumbling sensation in bowels , with heat and nipping pains occasionally , palpitation of heart , short breath on exertion , slow circulation of blood , cold feet , pain and oppression in chest and back , pain around the loins , aching and weariness of the lower limbs , drowsiness after meals but nervous wakefulness at night , languor in the morning and a constant feeling of dread , as if something awful was ...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
PRODUCE ! We handle everything in tho Produce Line . Write us for prices . Liberal advances made . Summers , Morrison &amp; Co . REFER TO I Commission Merchants , J . V . Farwell &amp; Co ., I 174 South Water St ., Metropolitan National Bank . I Chicago , 111 . C . H . DURAND &amp; CO ., COMMISSION . Butter , -Eggs , Poultry , Veal . 180 South . Water Street , - - CHICAGO . Drop us Postal for Stencil , Tags , etc . Liberal advances matte on consignments . References : First National Bank , Chicago ; First National Bank , Belle Plaine , Iowa . PRODUCE COMMISSION HOUSE . ESTABLISHED 1865 . JSL XX . « fe X 3 . XX : FROST ,. 100 Park Place , New York . Shippers desiring to favor us will be furnished stencils , shipping cards , eta , on application . Promptness guaranteed . References , Irving National Bank , etc . D AVID p . H OWARD , Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public . Denver , Colo . Legal instruments neatly and correctly drawn , collections made and legal busi...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
MAGNETISM wi ! l ctire difieaw , renew all the vital forces , quicker than any other remedies known to man . The reason this powerful life force works so effectively is because it is pnrt of the man . We are dependent upon this magnetic law of Polnilty for capillary attraction . The blood of the body is a Mnfrnet . When the iron in the blood loses its magnetism , the law of polarity is unbalanced , and we are sick . This subject Is fully considered and scientifically explained in our new 60-papebook . entitled A PLAIN ROAD TO HEALTH . We send the book free on application . Our Magnetic Foot Batteries warm the feet prevent colds , fortify and protect the whole body from disturbing influences and meteorological changes in the atmosphere . Reader , if you prize health and value life , yon cannot afford to pass these statements without investigation . Send $ 1 in stamps or cniren-ry , nnd secure a pair of these Foot Batteries . Magnetism imparted through onr Magnetic Shields is soft and...
THE TWO DESTINIES [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
THE TWO DESTINIES BY WlIiKIK * COLLINS . AUTHOR OP WOMAN IN WHITE , NEW MAGDALEN . MOONSTONE , ETC . OHAPTBE XXL—CONTINUED . After what I have heard that evening , I confide ln nobody . For all I know to the contrary , pry own -servant may be employed to-morrow as the BPV who watches my actions . When the man make * , his appearance to take his orders for the night , I tell him to wake me at six the next morning , and release him from further attendI next employ myself In writing two letters . They will be left on the table , to speak for themselves after my departure . In the first letter I briefly Inform Sir James that I have discovered his true reason for inviting the doctor to dinner . While I thank him for the interest he takes in my welfare , I decline to tee made the object of any further medical inquiries as to the state of my mind . In due course of time when my plans are settled , he will hear from me again . Meanwhile he need feel no anxiety about my safety . It is one am...
Humorous . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
Humorous . __\ Vhat is the greatest curiosity in the world V-A woman . The Widow Larkin says the main rtZea why so many men have family S is tUt they marry a miss . _« He called me an ass » exclaimed an Crossed , excited dude . We l l , you S ^ one , soothingly replied a friend ; a ou are only a clothes-horse . ^ Horne Tooke being asked by George the Third whether he played at cards , repUcd , No , your Majesty : the fact is I Cannot tell a king from a knave . —Mrs Ingalls says that a woman is a , -innt rjower in the land . To this a oynifaloldbach * 3 lor editor responds : That will be news to thousands of husbands . —Wife before a lion s cage , to husb an d : — What would you say if the bars were to suddenly break , and the lion to eat me up ? Husband , daily : — I should say he had a good appetite . — Tour trip to Italy must have been very pleasant , said a young lady to Simpson , who had just returned from Europe . Now , tell me , does Italy really look like a boot ? You know th...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
—More substantial benefit can be obtained from a 50-oent bottle of Dr . Bigelow s Positive Cure than a dollar bottle of any other cough remedy . It is a prompt , safe and pleasant cure for all throat and lung troubles . —They were a newly married Irish couple , and the better half being ill , the husband did the cooking . Said Barney , Och , Biddy dear , Ive boiled a nice pot of praties I But I m af eared there s somethin the matter wid im ! Whin I put thim into the watther they had beautiful whoite eyes , an now t h at the yre out , they re black wans ! Said Biddy—in bed , enjoying Barneys delemma— : Barney , Barney , ye havent put enough salt in the watther to kill em , an t h eyve been liglitin wid wan another !
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
The ACME Pulverizing Harrow , Clod Crushe r &amp; Leve l er i s a capital implement for pulverizing inverted sod , in preparing for planting corn , as it goes down several inches in mellowing the f r eshly t u rn e d earth , while its slanting c u t p revent s teari n g u p the sod . For this purpose alone it is worth much more than its cost on any farm of even moderate size . See advertisement on page 272 .