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How to Save Money , [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
How to Save Money , and we might also say—timo and pain as well , ln our advice to good houskeepers and ladies generally . The great necessity existing always to have a perfectly safe remedy convenient for the relief and prompt cure of the ailments peculiar to woman—functional Irregularity , constant [ 1111113 , and all the symptoms attendant upon uterine disorders—Induces us to recommend strongly and unqualifiedly Dr . Pierce s Favorite Prescription —womans best friend . It will save money . —The perfume of the Alpine flower , the edelweiss , which i s delicious w hen fresh , has been compared to-the aroma of the tropical banana . The scent rarely lasts over an hour after the flower has been picked .
wmi Loss of Flesh and Strength , [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
wmi Loss of Flesh and Strength , poor appetite , and perhaps slight cougn in morning , or on first lying down at night , should be looked to in time . Persons afflicted with consumption are proverbially unconscious of their real state . Most oases commence with disordered liver , leading to bad digestion and imperfect assimilation of food—henoe the emaciation , or wasting of flesh . It is a form of scrofulous disease , and is curable by the use of that greatest of all blood-cleansing anti-bilious and invigorating compounds , known as Dr . Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery . —As a mother the Roman woman had originall y no leg al inhe r itance i n the propert y of her minor children . A child desiring to marry need not obtain her consent ; the children were not in the laiml y of the mother , bu t of th e fathe r ; the mother had no power over them . . —Without health life has no sunshine . Who could be happy with dyspepsia , piles , low spirits , headache , ague or diseases of ™ c ; s...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
¦ |||| ¦ ¦ ¦ OATI- ? Pack Fun Care s , and new Sample Book for a 2 V 7 J . 1 JJ cent stamp . STAR OinDCo ^ ENpiELB , OHIO . * T A Chromo or 25 Hidden Name Cards , name on , 10 c . 0 \ J Samples A terms , 4 c . Crown Ptg . Co ., Northfora , Ot . I IT ! II WANTED . $ 30 A WEEK and exIlk I II penecspald . Valuable outfit and particulars I ILL I free . J . g . HILL &amp; CO ., Augusta , Maine . AGENTS WANTED To sell Ohio Rug Machine . Sells at sight . Price $ 1 . Address for catalogue , Ohioltug Machine Co ., Wauseon . O . -fjTT 1 ? G Instant relief . Final cure in ten days , JL ± . ljJliiJ . and never returns . No purge , no salve , no suppository . Sufferers will learn of a simple remedy Free , by addressing 0 . J . MASON , 78 Nassau st . N . Y . A Casket of Silver Ware Free To any perflon who will show it to tbetr neighbors , act as onr agen t sod lead orders . Give yoor acarett express and poitofScs . Address WALLINeFOBOSILVEB OO . WaMnsferOsC-wii . r * A- l ? m *&lt...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
A Creaking Hinge Is dry a n d t urns hard , u nt il oil is a pp l i ed , after which it moves easily . When the joints , or hinges , o f t h e bod y are s t iffen e d and inflamed by Rheumatism , they cannot be moved without causing the most excruciating pains . Ayers Sarsaparilla , by its action on the blood , relieves this condition , and restores the joints to good working order . Ayer s Sarsaparilla has effected , in our city , many most remarkable cures , a number of which baffled the efforts of the most experienced physicians . Were it necessary , I could give the mimes of many individuals who have been cured by taking this medicine . Iu my own case it has certainly worked wonders , relieving mc of Rheumatism , after being troubled with it for years . In this , and all other diseases arising from impure blood , there is no remedy with which I am acquainted , that affords such relief as Ayer s Sarsaparilla . —B . H . Lawrence , M . D ., Baltimore , Md . Aye r s Sarsaparilla cur...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
MMITIliT MORPHINE HABITS I ] ¦ * | II Ml quickly and painlessly cured III ¦ II III at home . PreeTrtal Courst Ul 111 111 . to all . HTJMABTJES BEH &lt; ***• ** ** mMm * SOY CO ., Lafajotte , Ind . \ lfti a Newton s improved | B Allf TIE *^ M ¦ &gt;| holds them firmly , U U W lit fcafc- % \) r IM draws them forward when lying * Iff 1 —* t ^ 4 l r--- 1 - 1 *** Vl ) down , pushes back when standing-, fpfu * s;—m gives freedom of head , keeps them * ^ p i V ¦ &amp; = ¥ // clean . Send for Circular . y ^ r ^~^ sif z : r // i E . C . NEWTON , Batavia , ills . 117 AD I / AT HOME . Men , Women , Boys and Girls WW 11 KH make 10 c to $ 2 an hour . New business ; 11 Vj-. ll » - . Ilevera &lt; jvertjK !(] : no peddling ; no humbug ; The Secret revealed , and 24 Working Samples , worth $ 5 , to commence work on , Free . Address , ALR 4 NY- SUPPLY CO ., Albany , N . Y . \ I - * AA / . FOR IRONn / vvwiHi- ^ yo-fR ^ Aw-b ! * CINCINNATI . OHIO . * jGstablished PAYS 18...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
— ** 1 * - ^ % III ^ % ¦ # sales nnd big profits easily made ¦ B WM by men or women making leas ¦ lllll WW ian | 40 per week . We guarantee ^ gf | ^ J | mtlie very beat chance in America 11 . ^^ M-M-ar- ,. -- - - - - -- - - - * -- &gt; r live men nnd women to make TR money . An agent writes : Your plan brings the % MT money quick . F , L . Merrill &amp; Co ., Ohlcago , 111 . THE M C MILLAN PANTSj $ A ^» lf ? ffl DELrVElUJD AT ANT £ XEES 3 &lt; OB F . O . IN -THE U . S . Send ns your address U and we will send samples of the cloth . j Lawrence , -Webster &amp; Co ., Malono , N . j , O-Tbe BUYERS * GUIDE ls Issued March and Sept ,, each-pear . 49-1980 pages , 8 *^ x 11 % lmctoe » , wltliover 3 , 800 Uluatntlons —a whole Picture Gallery . GIVES Wholesale Prices direct to consumers on all goods for personal or family use . Tells how to order , and gives exact cost ot everything yon use , eat , drink , wear , or have fun with . These INVAIJUABIJE BOOKS con...
Wheat and Potato Culture . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
Wheat and Potato Culture . The majority of farmers sow their wheat too deep and do not prepare the soil in the proper way . Wheat needs a well pulverized soil . It should not be planted more than one inch deep , or a half inch would be better . Select the best seed to be obtained rather than inferior grain at any price , and each year sow the heaviest grain . The best seed to sow can easily _ be found by measuring and then weighing ; or better still , by throwing it across the barn floor and selecting the grain that goes the farthest . Treat oats and corn the same way . The best land for wheat is that which is dry , as too much water is sure death to it . About the best soil for potatoes is a loose , sandy loam . Marshy land is bad for them ; it is apt to make them soggy . Plant them six inches deep , and in cultivating do not hill them , but let them grow flat . As a fertilizer , good barnyard manure is the best . Wood ashes may be used in limited quantities . Do not be too liberar...
Wheat in N . E . Kansas . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
Wheat in N . E . Kansas . I notice communications in different papers on the present prospect f &lt; Jr winter wheat , that misrepresent this part of Kansas at least . The stand cannot make one-fourth of a crop , let it do as well as it can . I write from a knowledge of Clay Center , in Clay County , to Manhattan , in Eiley County , and a distance of fifty miles north and south . For the last month we have had a very bard time on wheat , and three-fourths of it is now dead , the bal ance injured . I hope other localities will have large crops so we can get bread cheaply . A . COKNTHWAIT .
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
PERCHERON HORSES . 500 ? UBE-BKE * D MAKES &amp; STALLIONS Of the most popular families , yS ^ P ^ HllV The Percheron is tho only French breed ppasessinB aStad-Book in both France and America where eligibility to entry is based gn authentic SeoTJe-ree . I have a few imported Stallions , of idividnal excellence ( but not eligible to entry in the Percheron Stud-Book ) wachlwillsell at halt the price of pedigreed animals of equal appearance . lOO-paee Catalogue , iUustrated with engravings sketched by Kotia Bonheur , sentfrce . Address , M . W . DBNHAM , r , AVayne , Du Pa-re Co ., Illinois . FIELDS FAVORITE ^ fr THirMILnSl / ARRANTED _ • To RUN LIGHTER , GRIND FASTER , nnd do a GREATER VARIETY of WORK than any mill in tho market , uning two-horse power . It will grind and shell at the same operation . Grinds fihelled corn and small grain . Send for Circular and Price-List to J . A . FIELD &amp; CO ., St . Louis , Mo , The Pounder Harrow -Leads them aU , It has no equal...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
.... aa-a-t-a -a-a - a ^ a - aaaBJJ ^^^ ah ^ *^^ MmmmammjBk ^ mmm The best corn planter in the world . Will o ** OT «? ar 3 . of any other make . S . M . Macombcr Si Co .. Mfrs ., Grand Isle . Vt . The Armstrong Stump Extractor Is the best made , for Simplicity , Durability ; and Power without limit , it rivals all others . Can pull any stump in live minutes . Retail price 875 . 047 now muscm three years . State , County , Town and Shop rights for sale . Correspondence solicited . For inforniation apply to Wm . Armstrong , Patentee , Dc Pcre , Wis . own .. ^ ff ^ rRrinil your Bona , AmmBAJk ** U MeaL Oyster Sheila , _^ 1 HH | M ] 0 BASAM Flour a nd Co rn aAwm i &gt;^ i » 2 rinSei MSANO -as-ccxaxj mm \ UmSkmW &lt; . e . Wilson s Patent ) . lOO per * k * 3 * f **^* m * w cent , more made ln keeping jaojil ; Arm ^ Also POWIB jhlSAi and FARM ESa , MIllS , ( Sronla ^ and Testimonials sent caappllcatlon . WIIjSOIfBirtoa .. jCa » ton . f-t , B-r - ^ EESSHSHHEESSHSEHESSEe MA...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 27 March 1886
The OLD RELIABLE STANDARD STOVER Improved DAISY We *** - &gt; ° le Manufacturers of , 2 , Am . ., ... ii the S , over Pum P In 9 Wno Mills for Jll ** , GrinClll 1 £ Mills Pumping water for Bail- _ JPit • wir-is-Misi-- , ¦ * ¦¦¦¦¦ , roadS ) VillaKeS ) Bubw . mamamMa \ Mmi ... ban houses , Lawns , Tin ! nTiniWiffl . KiWnF Suited to the wants of ranch- ries &lt; Brio ] l Yards , rirain-isilsiSaBiffillliB men , with steam engines , tag ) irrigating , etc ., aa ^^^^ wWmW horse-powers , &amp; geared wind well as gearefi wlni . mllls , ,. gEm * mills . We also make French sizes for running Grinder * SLii - ^ Iffltf Burr Mills which embody new ers , fiawr-, etc . AlsCobGVpnders iW and desirable features . corn Cultivators , Hay Loaders , etc &lt; mkr THE FREEPORT MACHINE CO ., Freeport , III . W MfiifFYTfT jgtllipsr D U U l \ LIL A WK mm !} JBSIVWLS si ^ - UAY QAIfF ^ W LI i ¦ . TiT HAT nAIVtOl J ^ T ^ pr ^^ ASade ^ llr ^ a , * - ^! ? « 9 ? ^ SAMSON S , HORSE...
English Cattle Kings . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 3 April 1886
English Cattle Kings . It seems that the English cattle kings have brought their peculiar training with them This is arrogance . It is turpitude as to * the rights of others , shown through evictions hy lynch , law of homesteaders . Lately , in Arriba County , New Mexico , the relatives and employes of one Carlisle , an alleged cattle king , fired on and wounded two sheep herders . Thereupon a Justice of the Peace issued a warrant for the arrest of the guilty parties , and sent a Constable with a posse to execute it . The cattle company s men , however , resisted the offficers , opened fire on them , killing one and wounding another , and drove them away . When Gov . Itoss offered a reward for the murderer s , Carlisle , the President of the Cattle Company , wired the Governor that the shooting was justifiable , and that the men who did it had been acquitted in a Justice s Court . Gov . Ross replied that he had before him a transcript of the proceedings of the Justice s Court , and ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 3 April 1886
-r ^ TTBLlSHED WJ 3 EKXY J P HOWARD &amp; WILSON PUB . CO . 156 and 158 Washington Street , Chicago . CHARLES H . HOWARD . EMTOB . J ONATHAN PEBIAM , j . Associate Editors , p . H . J ACOBS , 1 JAS . W . WILSON , BUSINESS M ANAGER THE FAHM , FIEIJ &gt; AND S TOCKMAN , under its new TH LmtSf is intended to treat practically the SUS ^ Siety of subjecte related to . AgrfcuIture , Stockpcat lanew 01 = ^ Fruit-grow ng . and tu afford SSntnfandKTreadMng V the family Its large P S f „ even- State and Territory of theUnion . and ffiiBritish ^ ovtoc ^ T proof that it is adapted ^ or &amp; fipaon ^ d ^ dvertising terms see page 280 .
Dakota . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 3 April 1886
Dakota . While others are boasting of their respective countries , it will probably not be out of place to mention some of the good points of this rich young country . Grain is said to be our principal means of support , and we feel proud to think that we never miss a crop . AVheat , barley , oats and vegetables seem to be at home in this rich black loam , with just enough sand in it to make it friable . The clay subsoil keeps it from leaching . The last FARM , FIKI . D AND STOCKMAN quotes Dakota barley at about the same as wheat in Chicago . Let me say here , the market reports are an important addition to the paper . Wheat runs from five to fifty bushels , barley twenty-five to sixtj-, oats fifty to 123 , according to tho way in which it is cultivated . Good farming pays here as well as any place else . Winter dairying will be our most profitable business . While grain is so easily produced here , oats and mill feed must be low . By converting them into butter in the winter , now ...
Shelter Belts . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 3 April 1886
Shelter Belts . The value of shelter belts for stock is generally admitted . There is no doubt but they conduce to the comfort of stock in fields and no less do they protect barns and other farm buildings from being swept through and through with peircing winds . The average man thinks it takes a generation to grow trees to a valuable size . Not so . Eight to ten years will grow trees to a height ample for all puposes for protection , and twenty-five years will give you trees available for building timber . It is also an erroneous idea that it takes a hundred years to grow to full stature a timber tree . This is a palpable error . Any of our fast-growing trees will reach their most profitable size in twenty-five years , and the more slow growing ones in from forty to fifty years . The man gets his full stature and strength at thirty years , yet he lives to seventy , eighty , or up to a 100 years . The same is true of trees . They reach their full economical value in a comparatively ...
Hews and Comment . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 3 April 1886
Hews and Comment . —The seeding of winter wheat for the 1880 crop , in Illinois , is 15 per cent less than for that of 1885 and rye 10 per cent less . —Japan has sent a contribution to the Grant monument at New York . New York millionaires have not yet been —It seems a question what is Mr . Gladstone s policy .- He is a wood chopper , a strategist , knows how to keep his own counsels , and he would seem to be inclined to draw the wool over the eyes of others . —Congressmen are said by a Washington contemporary to be controlled by three companies , one of which is a gas company . That must be a mistake . The average Congressman has a natural flow of gas of his own . —The Chicago Live Stock Exchange , and pretty much all other associations of Western Shippers , seem to unite in preferring Senator Cnllom s bill rather than the measures proposed by Bowman and Keagan for the regulation of inter-State commerce . —The railroad opera—in which operatives form the orchestra and railway manage...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 3 April 1886
Get the Corn Land Ready . The sooner the corn land is plowed the greater the chances for destroying the cut-worm , which often does considerable damage to the crop . The first thing is securing good seed . Take the word ot no one regarding seed corn , but test it before planting , in order to be sure that it will germinate . This may be done by planting a few grains in a box of moist earth , placing the box in a hot-bed or in a warm , sunny location . Some farmers prefer a fertilizer in the hill as a starter , depending upon the fertility of the soil after the roots have made headway . The cheapest is superp hosphate—about a tablespoonful to the hill—but where the crop is put in with a planter it is best to broadcast about 200 pounds over the surface of the field just before planting . As to the best method of cultivating corn but few will be willing to depart from the well known mode of checking the rows , so as to allow of working the corn in two directions . This is considered a ...