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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 10 April 1886
BLUEBERRY PLANTS . The Blueberry succeeds In all soils , and Is a valuable fruit to grow for pleasure or proflt . Descriptive price List free . DELOS STAPLES , West Sebewa , Mich . Mention llie Farm . Field and Slockiuan . 4 &gt; ELGIN NURSERIES % aAm \\* tZ . MM ~ ( Esta . blished 1854—32 d Tear . ) SRRkta / w The Leading Nurseries of the West . *^ MRMMk . MILLIONS of MM . ^ M k . nw . m and Forest Trees ^ ^ ^ ^¦ Eof ill sizes and ag * . HARDY FRUIT . . ^^^^^¦^¦^ PTHEKs , Omiie Vines , Small Fruits , ^ R ^^ MMMS ^ Jlr Ornamental Trees , Shrubbery , Koseu , iAkaXL . ¦ rmtwrn -iw *** 1 etc . Sen t for our Annual Cata oyue end Price List . It contain * Valuable Uinta on the HlnntTn * *** ami Management of Trees . Farmers and lIan &lt; ers , DO NUT FAIL TO SEND FOR IT . FKBK TO ALL . NO Agenta employed . All tree * sold direct from the Nurseries . SATISFACTION GUAKA VLKMI ) . * ddre « a 3 B . H . KICKER &amp; CO ., Please mention this taper . KLG 1 N , ILL . . l...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 10 April 1886
* $ TANF &lt; HARDY A * leadlne Strawtierrle . 3 IUI 1 C OlllinUl Ru « pheri-le .. erui &gt; eiiiuid Small Fruits . STONES HARDY Blackberry Is our specialty . Best plants . Lowest Prices . Send forLlst . COEcfeCONVERSE . B | IftVDEDBV ( Name paper . ) Ft . Atkimim . Wi * . DLAbKDCslHI lUemluii me liuin , jjielcl mid SIOCKIIII ... lUmilion ( lie Farm , Field nnd Stockmnn . Nebraska-Grown SEEDS ! Garden and Field Seeds and Nursery Stock . „ Seiitl a postal for prices . It will pav every one to try Nebraska-grown Seed , also Seed Potatoes . Send for 1 ; 80 Price List and a trial order will convince you that Nebraska Seed are the best . Address . A . S . TIIESHEK , Seed Grower , St . Paul , Neb . Mention the Farm . Field unci iStockmiui . PI . ANT SEED COMPANYS RELIABus . Writ * for their ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE . Addnss i PLANT SEED COMPANY . 812 NORTH FOURTH STRFET , SAINT LOUIS , MO . ( Mention tills Paper . ) Mention the Fiiriii , Field mid Stockman . OATS AND BARLEY ....
^^ AmS £ mmi 3 ^ [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 10 April 1886
^^ AmS £ mmi 3 ^ Physiological and Anatomical Differences Between Cattle and Horses . The specific differences between the horse and the ox tribe have been exhaustively written up . Condensed for comparison they are shown in parallel lines , so they may be understood at a glance . It will be as instructive as it is interesting . Cattle , scientifically , are bovines : horses , equines . BOVINES . Have two toes . Horned . Have no mane . Long hair in a tuft at end of tail . Pawing with forefeet denotes anger . Sieze forage with the tongue . Lips slightly movable . Have no upper incisor teeth . Lie down fore parts first . Rise on hind legs first . Short mouth . No space between incisor and molar teeth . Fnnr Rt . nmn . nri 8 . They chew the cud . Intestines small—120 feet long . Have gall bladder . May vomit . May breathe through the mouth . Mouth generally open wh e n wearied . Defense by goring . Bellow or moo . Do not sweat . Have dewlap . No warts on inside of hind legs . Never use...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 10 April 1886
Clydesdale and English-Shire Horses . tr ^^ aMmmAMm ^^^ Mm , mz x *— O ** ^ kansa BB BBHBi ^ HsB BBH zW ^ -K Prize-winners at Chicago Fair , the World s Fa r at New Orleans , the lloyal Society of England , etc . I &lt; a * « e importation arrived An * VA and more to follow , ^ Our buying facilities being unequalled there isnosuch opportunities offered elsewhere to procure lirst- class animals of choicest breeding at very lowest lirices . Every animal duly recorded and guaranteed , lenns to suit all customers . Catalogues on application . t . Al .- BIIAITH It 11 OS ., Janesville , Wis . Janesville is 91 miles from Chicago , by 0 . &amp; N . W . H . R ., and 120 miles from Rock Island by the C . M . &amp; St . P . B . B . Mention the I nriii . Field and Slocltuiaii . PERCHERON HORSES ! SOO ^ DKE-BKED MARES &amp; STAIXIONS Ofthemostpopulnrfamillea , The Percheron is the only jFronch £ • ?? £ PpBseBBing a Stud-Book in both Franco and America whore eligib...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 10 April 1886
FOR SALE . GRADE PERCHERON STALLIONS . Coming three and four years old , weigh 1 , 400 tol- ™ , pounds now . All first-class stock . IMrra .. ° low . Call on , or address , Ke J 1 .. &amp; III . A . BKOWN , Dclnvnn . \ viH . DOOR PRAIRIE Live Stock Association Door Village , La Porte Co ., too .., * v IMPOETEBS &amp; BnEKDEBS OF ^¦ l ^ k . CLYDESDALE AMmmwA -AND— tRa *** Mm \ CLEVELAND BAY HORSES . ^^ Hs UBew Importation Ju . t Arrived W ^ n &lt; vJS * 0 ** c , olc « Iot . selected by one of the firm with reference to stylo , action and oiii -ty . comblnedwith good pedigrees traci ng throughpira and dam to the prize-winners of Great Britain inn stallions anS mares to select from . Alsocolu from Imported sir 3 s and dams and grades of our own breeding . Call am see them . Correspondence soUclted . Western Headquarters for Cleveland Bays -ANDEnglish Shires . W . M . FIELDS &amp; BRO . Oedar Falls Stock Farm , Oedar * F a , llis , loxra , *^—^ ENGLISH SH...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 10 April 1886
Home Markets for Butter . Wen in . the dairy districts there is a u , Market for good butter . It is a SS &amp; rti th-ft right in the midst nfthe ffreat dairy section surrounding ELin the dairymen buy their butter . TWs is due to the fact that it can be churned at the creameries cheaper than on the farm , and it is said to be more Profitable to sell all the milk to thecream- ¦ rv and buy butter . Another reason ior so doing is that the butter at the creameries is better than that produced on the farm But there is no denying the fact that better butter can be made on the farm than at the creameries , and it is often done , but as skill is used at the creameries , while the dairymen are not as progressive , the creamery butter will always be in greater demand . There is consequently a home market for butter of superior quality in all sections . We can certify that in every case where farmers have made a specialty of making good butter they find a ready sale for it at an advan...
VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 10 April 1886
VETERINARY The several departments of the FABM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN are for the use and convenience of its patrons . Subscribers wishing advice will please state their questions plainly and concisely . In relation to diseases and ailments of live stock , it is necessary that wo bo informed fully of the symptoms as observed , else it will be impossible to fully understand and prescribe for the case . Parturition . —In reading your last issue , I see an answer to W . W . L ., In relation to afterbirth . 1 have had good success as follows : I And very few men capable of turning the buttons in the pocket , that have had no experience . They would be likely to cause excessive bleeding and then be In a bad fix , but in that case use a weak solution of alum and water oy syringing . I have had no trouble in taking the afterbirth of cows or other stock , by lifting up with a very easy pull . I generally take a two-tined fork , straddle the protruded part , and wind close down . Then lift up ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 10 April 1886
SB , WILSON . Pleasant Grove . Des Moines • Co ., Iowa . Breeder of Poland-China Hogs . All stock registered In the A . P . 0 . Record . EE . PALMER , Springfield , Wis . Breeder of . Chester White Swine . Recorded in A . 0 . W . Reoord . Choice stock at fair prices . Order early . M HEBBLETHWAITE . Bcrlinvllle . I rie Co ., 0 . ¦ Breeder of registered Berkshire swine and Southdown sheep . First-class stock , all ages , both sexes , for sale . BAHUTGE I ! UOS ., Winfleld , Kan . Breeders of Large English Berkshires of l * rlae-Winnlng Strains . Choice pigs for sale at reasonable prices . Correspondence Invited . GW . STONER , La Place . 111 . Breeder ol . Recorded and Prize-Winning Duroo-Jersey Swine . Figs for sale at all times , as well as Sows in farrow , and Boars ready for service . OAKWOOD BERKSHIRE HERD , Geo . W . Penney , Newark , O . Importer and breeder of largest and choicest strains of Berkshire Hogs . All stock registered . Catalogues free . All ages for sale . JUL YOU...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 10 April 1886
GEORGE WYLIE , Leeds , Columbia Co ., Wis . BBEEDER OF Poland-China Swine . Figs shipped subject to approval . Stock recorded in the American Poland-China Record . Safe delivery guaranteed . Write for our Poland-China Circular . Sows bred for fiale . One-third reduction by express . • . v- ^ Ohio Improved Chester ^ v . ^ / m *** f The bat Hoe ra the world . Not *^* * Vj ^* r u subject to Cholera . Sold 788 in 18 S 5 . ¦ s ^^ SI em *** Twoweighed . 2806 | bs _ Wmmm WM—A SendfordlKriptionof this ism . —m— m W - ^¦ IsV . ous breed , aun fowls . MMMT ^ MA THE Xu B . 8 ILVEE Op- ********* r ^ 1 Cleveland . O U . S . A . AW WM . HANKE , Iowa CJity , laBreeder of Thoroughbred Holstein-Friesian Cattle . 40 males and females for sale at very low prices . Also a few Grades for sale . Correspondence solicited . DR . W . A . PRATT , -E-EjGt-I-IXr , IXJXJ . IMPOBTER AND BREEDER OF Thoroughbred Holstein Cattle . IW Lmge Stock on Hand lor Sale . *® 8 Polled AftBrdeen-Angus Cattle ! WffZ Z . ¦*^ gJ...
sgtt il ^ LY / ^ HHMI ^§ Hi f & mWsW ^ iMmS 11 fiiiisU mWI ^^* mmWiwTaMll ^ m t sgtt il ^ LY / MWKMMM ^§ Hi f & mWsW ^ iMmS 11 fiiiisU [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 10 April 1886
sgtt il ^ LY / ^ HHMI ^§ Hi f &amp; mWsW ^ iMmS 11 fiiiisU mWI ^^* mmWiwTaMll ^ m t sgtt il ^ LY / MWKMMM ^§ Hi f &amp; mWsW ^ iMmS 11 fiiiisU What New Breed of Poultry ? 1 . I think of raising one variety of full blood poultry for sale . What variety would you advise me to keep ? 2 . How high and large should a vard be to confine one dozen large fowls like Plymouth Rocks or Wyandottes ? 0 . A . S . Clearicater , Minn . —1 . It is more than probable that the white Plymouth Rock will have a boom in the near future . 2 . For any strong fowls , a fenoe fully six feet high should be provided , and in addition it would be well to stretch a wire two inches above and two inches inside the fence . The yard , if the fowls are to be constantly confined within , ought to have an area of twenty feet square , or say 400 square feet . It is necessary that it be kept clean and frequently dug over , and that the fowls be given plenty of green food in addition to the grain and animal...
APIARY , [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 10 April 1886
APIARY , Bees Under Cover . The best method of keeping bees is to have a bee house , with the entrances of the boxes opening on the outside of the walls . By this method the bee-keeper can enter the bee house at any time without encountering the bees , as the backs of the hives will be turned in . Hence , if the holes entering the hives be placed against the walls , and holes cut through the boards of the house to meet the entrances to the hives , the bees will know only the hive and the outside , while all the operations of the bee-keeper will be inside . Hives may be made with glass backs , over which a sliding wooden frame may be placed , which will enable the operator to notice all the transactions within the hive while the bees will be outside . We commend the plan to those who have not tried it . A Good Feeder . Take a plate or a hollow dish , lay in floats or a piece of honey comb , or take out of hive empty card of comb and fill the top side . If honey is scarce in the hive ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 10 April 1886
ORDER EGGS EARLY-Writo for Price-list nnii rwJ cular . Mas . A . W . LEHMANN , KcoE , M ™ , 1 , ; G *&lt;» C * S from ^ even varletipsof LnndandWater Fowls . fc Stock No . 1 ^^™ ^ ^ ^ BUFF COCHINS EXCLUSIVELY . Eggs $ 1 . 28 per 13 . J . P . HESS , Giiggsvi || c . m , WANTEDT BY COLUMBIA . CO . POULTRY YAMS , tho nildress of all who desire fine poultry . Send us yo r address and receive our fine Catalogue for 11186 DB . W . A . CURTIS , Rib , IVis . » MAMMOTH BRONZE TURKEY EGGS For sale , from good large stock . Purity of stock guaraiiteed . MRS . J . F . FULTON , PETEKBBURO . ILL ATTENTION , FARMERS ! $ 2 will purchase formula for preserving eggs . E EB can be bought in the spring for from luano per doz ., and sold in the fall at 35 © 40 c . Try it . Address KXCELSIOII EGG-PH . E 8 EB . VXNG Co ., Room 37 , 87 Washington St Chicago . III . LIGHT BRAHMAS only . 5 Grand Breeding Fens . Winnersat Chicago , 1885 , and St . Loui-, 11186 . Send 2 o stamp for ciroular . giving pri...
Bee Buzzings , [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 10 April 1886
Bee Buzzings , -When honey is first made it is wllt ,,..,. and needs several weeks of warn weather to ripen ; should be stored in a wroom , temperature 100 ° . If Btored cool room it will granulate . —A member claimed that it is dcsiiab ! ,. to disseminate knowledge of bee oultiir . if one is in the supply business , but wl • teach people in a day what lias \ Ji learned by years of experience ; Tin more beekeepers the more honey and th ,. less price . Others objected to this vohv claiming that if it were accepted the cm , vention should be held with closed dour-
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 10 April 1886
ur &amp; $ ^ i 73 r ~~ &gt; s . Take Your Choice ! S *^^ 1 « F A 1 $ \ n Fed Mitchell ( . Cholera ijUre . awl ^ JT ^ TE ijiLjiJw V * - * save your fowls , or iK ¥ lectit . imi ¦ ¦ •¦¦ Srti fitauBil ^ -iE I » ld for 91 . lC , 11 . MITCHELL ^ = ^ B ^ 8 yr ™ 5 aK . C ^ 69 Dearborn St ., Chicago , III . ja ^ firinfl y ° own Bone » ffls ^ sHl _ . l \ ul , llu Meal , Oyster Shells , Xfl ^ mCrN IOKAHAM Flour nnd Corn km \ Wm \ W \ Elnthe SSIX ^ JViai-sXIXiXs m \ wUsWjLJ ! f &lt; F . Wilson s Patent ) . lOO per ^ SmWmw-m jesBr cent , more made ln keeping ppiiltrr . Also POWJEIl HILLS arid FARM FEED MILU . Circulars and Testimonials scot oijappllcat on . WILSONBKOS .. jja ^ ft fit . A EGGS for HATCHING % \ Am . From SO varieties of the choicest Land A ^ k MJQA and Water Fowls divided into to serrate AWAe-maSSM flocks . The largest Poultry Runcc ia In . J * # SgRg * H 2 l For lull description of ray building , yards . l ( c * E ** | 3 d 3 ! ~* l | and fowls , etc ., se...
Letters and Answers . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 10 April 1886
Letters and Answers . ™ „ HS-P W . E ., Beulah , Kan .: We have „ o ? ABures . Write to Robt . Bonner , New York Citv- N . Y- &lt; * ° sin &lt;&gt; stamp f 01 anSWer * WyB „ doUe . Again .-Where can I get , Lt « chickens or the eggs , and what ^ Z T ^ o ^ -Mrs . at . * . ft * rt ^• WllUome of our advertisers answer ? * . m * Iflonnfactaring Co—The business , T ] orr &amp; Co ., Pittsburg , Pa ., whose advertisement appeared In the various January and SKSr «« m ow *&lt; the F * BK . KBjD AKD S TOCKMAN will hereafter be conducted under the above name . Make Hen « Lay .-What is the best food , * vis to make them lay ? -J . / ,. T ., Healing ? ^ w * tave irreat confidence in a preparation bvl S Johnson &amp; Co ., Boston , Mass . Perhaps some one can give other suggestions . Will Exchange Dominique » .-I see by vour paper that a lady wants old-fashioned Dominicme eggs . I would Bend the eggs but could not make a success In packing . I will...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 10 April 1886
IF A MAN IS HUNGRY within ¦ r w mmi an hourj mo | . e 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 .