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Dynamometer Test . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 3 April 1886

Dynamometer Test . Which will require the most number of pounds power to draw through the ground , each to be of the same depth , viz ., an ordinary Held plow without any coulter on it , or simply a straight coulter fixed to the beam in connection with the plow , the test to be made with scales ? C . a . Antigo . Wis . —We know of no tables giving the difference as between coulter and plow shin . In tender sward the sharp plow shin is most practically economical . In tough sward the coulter , and for the reason that here the plow must literally tear its way . If a stump-rolling coulter is used the draft is less in either case in sward . It is also claimed that the drawing of a simple coulter to a given depth , more than six inches , requires nearly as much draft as would the turning of a furrow .

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Stockman
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Any Small Boy , with a Stick , [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 3 April 1886

Any Small Boy , with a Stick , can kill a tiger , if the tiger happens to be found when onlv a little cub . So consumption , that deadliest and most feared of diseases , in tins country , can assuredly be conquered and destroyed if Dr . Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery be employed early . ITIake Bens Lay . —Will you please tell me what is the best egg-producing food for hens , and oblige ?—A . Zariug , Walla Walla , W . T . —In answer to this and other inquiries which we have received recently , we would recommend the preparation of I . S . Johnson & Co ., Boston , with which we have been familiar for years . KNOW THYSELF , by reading the Science of Ijifc , the best medical work ever published , for young and middle-aged men .

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Stockman
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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 3 April 1886

The Armstrong Stump Extractor Is the best made , for Simplicity , Durability and Power without limit , it rivals all others . Can pull any stump in five minutes , lletail price $ r 5 . 047 now in IIRO . in three years . State , County , Town and Shop rights for sale Correspondence solicited . For information apply to Win . Armstrong , Patentee , lie Perc , W i » ^ AO . rO \ Farmers say that we have the beg ; JK } InL . Hay Carriers ever made . Our 11 v jp LITTLE GIANT HAY LOADER Ptf-iniia l fL is the greatest labor saving lnye ; n- . MC 3 S ?& S ^ tion of the times . New Principle . ¦ IsS 1 VSSi 7 / Iont miss it . Illustrated circulars , . nrZvrn % * ill showing how we can sell cheaper than mltrl Is > UJJ anv one , sent free . Address WANTED « OBOBiN BBOSM Box 414 , Marlon . O . m M M M WWAM Enalloue and FodmMAM W m m W—W der CuUlim , a 33 pp . ^ mmM Wt pamphlet that should be Wil read by every Dairyman Also Illustrated ¦¦ ¦ I and Stockralser . catalogue of th...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Stockman
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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 3 April 1886

« WPLE * BRICK IS B ¦ MACHINERY . Mis F-f STONE-SEPA RATING M flEr . CWYlCMSHERS f ^^^ a ^ i ^ ai ^ fUs Illustrated Catalogue free . WPJM ^ tS ^ *?? H . BREWER & CO ., ^^ E EMnni No . 129 Mill St ., Sotl . l iiitlori JHsE-I * * TcrllUISErl . MlCH . Guaranteed . WMVSVT M . I ECUMBan . ¦••¦» . • STANDARD ^^ FEED MILL ^ KT HANUFAOTDBED BY iSfwSi * ., M R . L . ORR tfc OO . A 7 WM § A PITTSBURGH , PA . J | j | ikjfl ** THl Price Reduced . - -4 JS- — -caSa ^[ S < g Send for Circular . ~^ 5 * - » - — ¦**¦— . ™ i STEVENS HUwjP PORTABLE MILLSifiiL , For CORN andgs ^^ S-l ^ ir FEED GRINDING- * * ^ fmu r ~ ~ fl Genuine French Jll il liiHwIfel BUHR STONES » * L ^ M Prices Below the Lowest j S ^ MH I P _ L A . W . STEVENS & SON ^ ^{ K AUBDBN , N . T . ~ ^ Tfl ¥% & lleatioa thia paper . \ ^ B m **^ Dynijffls ? ^ jMBHI ^ ACHiNE KNIFE TffTfnifc GRINDER . Jjg . W 11 mw \ Weighs hut 18 LosCan be carried into the Held and attached to Mowing Machine Wheel...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 3 April 1886

fi-ff ^ rRrinil y ° ur own Bon 8 JUHHI mvllllU rfeal , Oyster Shells . MMBllHkB A f * A M Flour and Corn l ^ EfsMTILE ^ iBRICK MAC lKA No revolving core - ^ ^ £ K ^ H * s * BBfiH @ f 9 F pin or bracket . Is I Jj »> a ******** BsMy maden-ithorwltli- BHSSSES ? S ^ HSBSI 9 B > SI ^ . out Crusher . Four « S ^ KS 9 HB | 3 a ^ 3 sV ^^ tables of the itw- P ^^ S * xil ^ EBYBEST FREy ! r SHECKLeB & HOOVER , Buoyru «) a The OLD RELIABLE . STANDARD STOVER Improved . f jJAIgY We are ! sole Manufacturers of the Stover Pumping Wind Mills for ft ,., Grindine Mill . ™ m * ngv * atm tor-Rail- , « rHt * Vnnuillg mini roadBj vl ] la (! eS i Biibnr- ^^ ffSOfcy * = f . Suited to the wants of ranch- ries . Brick Yards , Dialn- ^ Jf ^ jBBJJflB men , with steam engines , ingi irrigating , etc ., as ^ ^^^ WfimswR horse-powers , & geared wind we n as geared wind-mills of all TWmSm mills . We also make French sjzes , for running Grinders , Shell- WjaBw Burr Mills ...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Stockman
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Page 16 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 3 April 1886

RENNIES PATENT . » mpuiiiP vfT ? »» rir ^ nAbnlilL ^ Digs 100 Rods nnrl unwnrds of 3 ft . Trpncn i „ ? l % fc « #° g } v . ed , f , HS J PRZE atVed iMa riven by Ohio State Board of Agricultuie . Price , $ 326 . 00 . Write for Circular . Address The Eleuator Ditching Machine Co ., Newark , Ohio . ttMT- You can make Money -with this Machine .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 10 April 1886

P U K ARDTWSW PTTB . CO . I 5 6 and 158 Washington Street , Chicago . CHARLES a HOWARD . EMTOK . J ONATHAN PEBIAM , j . Associate Editors . P H . J ACOBS , 1 JAS . W . WILSON , B USINESS MANAGEB . r .. «^ T ? Tpm AND STOCKMAN , under its new THE FABM , ^ I £ ? ; ? e * i ea to treat practically the management is S ^ eln ^ to Agriculture , stock- ^ 0 VB ffleu n ™ ana Fruitgrowing ! and to afford rnlnng , V ™^ 1 *^ ^ reading for thu family . Its large c * ffion fnevorlStatiSd aWtorj-of the Union , and Ke ffi ? h l S SviiS is proof that it is adapted ^ oWsaipUon ^ d Xdvertising term s see page 206 .

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Stockman
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Premium at New Orleans . * [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 10 April 1886

Premium at New Orleans . * LETTER FROM COMMISSIONER GLENN . T n 01 ^ exllibit ot seed-grain , in charge of VK- deroook & ° o-. in our Illinois exhibit , has been awarded a diploma of merit—the highest token given in the government and States buildings to exmoitors at the Exposition . It will soon „ **! or delivered . I . presume it is not expected that the grain will be returned , an , ! . ? . oomiiissioners have asked for wmpieg to take home with them and Pioeo inmuseums . Colleges anduniversiI « Wnii ° V here desire similar samples . unlrT no iP ermit farmers to take them ¦ • less authorized by exhibitors . jr ™ We 2 ja ^™> Vm - f ° rIn - iS £ iS % F $ {^™ White SwcSrf ?> th ? U « d business . It consisted of ^¦ W to TaSS §™ f ^ JS 01 - S <«* Champion , Black ™ l &™< ^>* ly Prise Cluster and Rural Hy brid Oats , Rcnnie s Improved Six Rowed nnd Scotch Barley and New Triumph Spring Wheat . It is out of th...

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Lower Maryland . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 10 April 1886

Lower Maryland . Lower Maryland is a region but little known to the outside world of bustle and activity . It is cradled by the waters of the Chesapeake bay on the one side and the Potomac river on the other . Its various water courses , which are an attractive feature of the scenery , afford a great source of revenue to all dwellers hereabouts . Oysters of the finest and most delicate flavors , always fresh from their beds , fish of all kinds in luxuriant abundance , terrapins of unequaled flavor , inanoc , crabs , and every luxury that water affords can be had from these streams . But . strange to say , since the late civil war , this country has been overlooked by immigration and capital . No reason can be assigned to this except a want of railroads and means of communication with outsiders . Before the war it was the most beautiful and thrifty part of the State . But now lands suited to stock , wheat , grass , fruit or anything this latitude will grow are not selling for more th...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Stockman
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News and Comments * [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 10 April 1886

News and Comments * —The N ATIONAL CO-OPORATIVE CLUB is saving its members something every day on purchases . Send in your orders . —The bottom of the great volcano Kilaunea , on one of the Sandwich Islands , has fallen out . If it had only fallen in ! what a blessing . —Congress seems to have gotten fairly down to business on the bogus butter trade . It is to be hoped the counterfeiters will not be able to pass their spurious bills . -A second shipment of twenty head of Holsteins arrived at Seattle , W . T ., from Illinois , March 24 , making forty-four head taken to Seattle within the last three months . —The Free-Coinage bill was the special order in the House of Representatives Tuesday , Wednesday and Thursday . A vote had not been reached at the time we go to press . NEW ACME WHEEL HARROW —The Omaha weather prophet has prodieted twice in succession measurably right . He has predicted extraordinary things for the last of the mouth of April . Three times and out ! — PlonPlon , ot...

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Veterinary Science and Our Young Men . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 10 April 1886

Veterinary Science and Our Young Men . The increased patronage bestowed by our young men in tbe education to veterinary science is significant . The fact that the Chicago Veterinary College in its three years of life should this year have graduated twelve doctors of veterinary science , as the class of I 860 , under the most rigid examinations , both written and oral , and that , while all attained a high average , three graduated with honors , shows what has been claimed , that the profession is being sought by the brightest class of our young men . A further significant fact is that of the class seeking graduation next , year — twenty-three individuals—a portion of them are graduates of literary colleges . Some of our best practical educators have expressed the opinion that the veterinary profession presents advantages to bright young men of education superior to the other professions , now so overcrowded . It points conclusively to the fact that with the passing away of the merel...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 10 April 1886

Cultivation of Spring Wheat . The best wheat soil is a clayey loam abounding in vegetable matter with the necessary minerals . Plow in the tall in order to get a firm soil for the wheat plant . As soon in the Spring as the ground can be worked three or four inches deep , commence sowing . Put the seed in well , and on a nicely prepared bed . Sow trom one to one and a half bushels per acre , governed by richness , moisture and slope of land , size of kernel and time of sowing . Rich , moist , cool , north slope , small grain , early sowing , with well worked grounds , require less seed than with the opposite conditions . Most soils when cleared and broken up contain generally all the elements ot plant food needed for the growth of the perfect wheat plant . But they soon lose some of these constituents , or gain an excess of others by injudicious cropping . Now , in order to raise a fair crop on our old lands , it is necessary to find out what is the matter , and when found , to suppl...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Stockman
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Agricultural Notes . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 10 April 1886

Agricultural Notes . —A farmer who does not see tne sun rise has need of a new pair of eyes . —Grass is the foundation of the most substantial agriculture of the world . —Tho Government appropriates but $ 1 in $ 2 , 000 for the improvement of agriculture . —iVe «> Era . —The restoration to fertility of improverished farms may be accomplished through the rearing and feeding of live stock . —Courier-Journal . —Kaffir corn , the seeds of which were brought from Africa , is said to have yielded 200 bushels to the acre on an experimental farm in Georgia last year . — Millstone . —Nine times out of ten the farmer will realize more from any grain crop , if he disposes of it in the fall , than to keep it over winter and run the risk of waste , damage and consequent loss . — Rural Home . —Diversified farming means fields of grain , meadows and pasture ; a kitchen garden and orchard ; a law n with trees and flowers ; breeding mares and milk cows ; sheep , swine and poultry . Live s...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 10 April 1886

The best corn planter in the world . Will outwearSof any other make . S . M . Macomber & Co ., Mfrs .. Grand Isle , v t . The Armstrong Stump Extractor Is the best made , for Simplicity , Durability and Power without limit , lt rivals all others . Can pull any stump in five minutes . Retail price $ 75 . 647 now in use . in three years . State , County , Town and Shop rights for sale . Correspondence solicited . For information apply to Wm . Armstrong , Patentee , De Fere , Wis . • K * J . I 6 IITMNO WELL 8 I 7 VKIN 6 MA . ifM . ClIlNEItY furnishes pure water , pays t ^ aWSK the agent well , and the business Is pr-o-rt ?> 7 ITIAV tected by patents . We make every- * il sTOTO thing known and belonging to well U flL * fr \ sinking . Are the largest works in the Jo / l J ] T \ A Business . If Interested send IS cents ?// J rT \ uu for mailing you onr catalogue S 0 ¥ !» » * r *\ WA or 860 engravings . ^/ J I . A-TL T * K *» Advance Turbine Csf * M V 14 Mi *» J Wind...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 10 April 1886

SCHOOL LANDS BrriptiYecirciuarto F . M . Bookwnl . ^ S ^ HOMES P ^ llS aSa , P ^ SivTson a 8 y i 4 n h d Mfe !™ ! made in Fruits and Vegetables . CheanraSvi , 011 cv water . Send for Circular . BrowSKcoli ? i ? n ( 1 Accomack C . H ., v «? FARMS FOR SALE IXL 3 % ClGlxl S * AXX . JM N M £ e ^^^ n » p ot MicWgan , ifcowmg ^ to ^ UfcOi W . SNOVEHL 103 Qrlswold StfgeSofrgh . ^ L ° AN AoK « - FOR SALE-MARKET GARDEN , FRUIT AND DAIRY FARM . Owing to the death ot Elder Stephen Burnett the elegant property known as The Burnett FraFand Dairy Farm , one mile east of the city of VhEenSS ? Ind ., is offered for sale . The property is situated ™ f ^ elevated ridge of fertile land overlooking the dtv- tt large Apple ^ rchardl and acres of Berries of every kind In full bearing . It has also a large house . lomSS beautifully among a wealth of evergreensand faS trees , shrubs , vines and flowers , making It one of the must picturesque places in the State , itfe vrell watemi For further particulars a...

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HORTICULTURE [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 10 April 1886

HORTICULTURE Catalpa and Peaches in Dakota . rt * r , i » n &« r ?* v * 5 ! ^ t » t a !] eaoh ° p ro c ar c in Xoitheni Diikota . G T ° It m hardly probable that catalpa i , i stand the climate of Northern i ^ ko a . The line of 43 ° is about the northern limit of perfect hardiness , . ! t in favored locations . 3 . No , t would not probably be profitable to maeviake peacn culture . The peach is ¦ „ rless hardy than catalpa . Varieties of Strawberries . \ lthou--h the old reliable Wilson is a „ ,, ,,, firm , market berry , it is acid in its rinest --tage , and some better kind maybe , own for family use . The Sharpless has an excellent reputation as a family berry , ] t 0 - m , e not only sweet , but large and well thvorcd Tiie Manchester and Crescent ., !¦ ,. roo-nrctod as excellent on light soils , imt require being alternated with variolic Hint are both staminate and pistilate . In selecting Varieties for homo use this must not be overlooked , as many varieties will n...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 10 April 1886

— The best on earth can truly be said of Griggs Glycerine Salve—a speedy cure for cuts , bruises , scalds , burns , sores , piles , tetter and all skin eruptions . Try this wonder healer . 2 o cents . Guaranteed .

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