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• An Indian in Court . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
• An Indian in Court . The conviction of a Sioux Indian in court at Black Hills , Dak ., for an attempt to murder another Indian on Indian territory is new in American jurisprudence . The trial was held under the provisions of a law passed at the last session of Congress , which was intended to supersede the old tribal authority , under which crime was lightly punished . The Indian has gone to the penitentiary . It will be a long step towards the ultimate civilization of the Indian when he is made amenable to law . The restraints enforced by legal penalties can but have a healthy influence upon him . We have been slow enough in coming to this common sense treatment of an Indian criminal . When we apply our other common law and common sense principles to the Indian he will soon become like any other common man and cease to give so much trouble .
A Better Way . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
A Better Way . As we go to press the news from the strike at East St . Louis is depressing . It seems that blood has been shed by firing upon the crowd . As usual , some who were not strikers—one a woman—were killed . There must be a better way . We have much natural sympathy for the working men who feel that they are oppressed , either ¦ in their wages or in fither treatment , by thegreatcorporations . If we could visit our indignation always upon a lifeless , soulless , corporate body , it would not boil so high perhaps . But , as we suspect is the fact with the strikers themselves , we can but be aware that the corporations , the great railway lines , the grinding monopolies and the money syndicates are all manipulated by one or two master handB , directed by one or two master minds and controlled by one or two master wills . When hundreds and even thousands of poor people are deliberately made to suffer , and we can trace it home to one Mephistopheliah will , we confess to a con...
Home Bule for Ireland . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
Home Bule for Ireland . Last week Thursday was a memorable one in the British Parliament . There was a great crowd all day lining the streets in the course Mr . Gladstone was to take in going to the House of Commons . All available space was occupied in the hall long before night . About eight o clock in the evening the great speech was begun , proposing Home Bule for Ireland . The Grand Old Man spoke for about three hours and a half . He was often applauded by the Parnellites and by his Liberal friends and occasionally had audible proof of displeasure from the Tories . All friends of Ireland must see in the purport of the measure , evidence of progress . It is really the first time that any tangible plan has been brought forward by the Government . It proposes a distinct Parliament at Dublin to be composed of an upper and lower House . All local affairs , including taxation for local purposes , wiH be controlled by this Par liament . Representation in the British Parliament is to c...
The Citrus Fair . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
The Citrus Fair . That California will get a boom through the efforts of the managers of the Citrus Fair , of that State , in Chicago , there is no doubt . They have made an exhibition unique of its kind , and it has interested the people . So constant and large has the attendance been that the managers have concluded to hold the fair open another week at Battery D , Chicago . New goods and trees are to be placed to supplement those out of condition . It will pay all those who have not already seen the exhibit to do so this week .
Government Arbitration . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
Government Arbitration . Congress has passed the Arbitration bill . The promptness is commendable . Any measure looking to a peaceful settlement of differences which will prevent the injury to business , inconvenience to the public and the suffering to families of workmen , resulting from the great strikes , is a step forward . Some say this measure does not help the matter , that voluntary arbitration has always been open to contending parties but was not practicable , and that this law does not make it compulsory . All this is true . But , on the other hand , this bill provides that the expenses of an arbitration shall be paid by the Government , that persons and papers may be obtained as in the courts and a certain amount of compulsion used , if necessary , to get at the records and the facts . We must go slow in Government compulsion in this country . In escaping one evil we should beware of rushing into another . Too much Government interference might become a worse oppression ...
m ¦¦ .-, Savings in Small Matters . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
m ¦¦ .-, Savings in Small Matters . It is often surprising how easily one oan save a little here and there when determined upon so doing , and we believe many have found it difficult to account for the fact that they have been as comfortable and fared as well on smaller salaries as on those which they had for years previously received . A pig or flock of hens may really cost the . owner as much as they have produced , yet the majority will acknowledge that they are so much the benefitted by reason of saving that which would have been wasted . Many poor persons who keep pigs do not deny that they spent as much to feed the pigs as the pork is worth bm claim that without the pies thov ,.. „ , have had neither the porS its vaw ! money . It is the small saving flxfZ tT fi 10 h « rfi S r 8 t 0 reAvP in the Wthatgave the benefit , and the same rule applies to those who labor for small wages Som workrngmen , when reduced two or more dollars per week in their wages tell dire consequences , b...
The -Highway Commissioners' Con -vention . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
The -Highway Commissioners Convention . The following is the program in full of the Illinois State Convention of Highway Commissioners to convene at Springfield , April 27 , to consider ways and means for the better working of country roads : TCESDAY . — Call to order , temporary organization , appointment Committee on Credentials , address of welcome by Gov . Richard J . Oglesby , report Committee on Credentials , permanent organization ,, appointment Committee , order of business , finance , resolutions , legislation , etc . AFTERNOON . —Boad Bridges , by Hon . H . M . Hall , Olney ; Discussion ; Road Legislation , by Col . Charles F . Mills , Springfield , Secretary State Board of Agriculture ; Discussion ; Road Drainage , by Hon . S . T . K . Prime , Dwight ; Discussion . EVENING . —Construction of Dirt Roads , Geo . E . Morrow , Champaign , Professor of Agriculture , University of Illinois ; Discussion ; Permanent Eoads , by Col . Phocion Howard , Danville : Discussion ; Advant...
Syndicates and the Farmers . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
Syndicates and the Farmers . Referring to your well-timed and excellent article in your last issue , under the above caption , and endorsing and working for every point therein stated , allow me to say to you and the hundreds of thousands of your readers , that if the farmers and honest laborers of every class , including traders and merchants , would organize and stand firmly together at the polls , they can hold the balance of power to send representatives to the State Legislatures and Congress who will repeal every infamous bill on the statute books of the State and Nation . It will be necessary to give political demagogues and monopolists a wide berth . It is a fact that cannot be controverted that syndicates anil combinations of capitalists , aided and abetted by political tricksters and lawyers , are organized for the purpose of corrupting legislative bodies and Congress , tor the purpose of robbing the farmer , mechanic , and common laborer *— the honest masses of the country...
Current Events . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
Current Events . FOBEI « IV .-Rt . Hon . William B . Forster , former Chief-Secretary of Ireland , Is dead . The revolution at Buenos Ayres is at an end . —Cholera haB appeared in one of France s Northwestern provinces . Mr . Gladstone Introduced his Irish bill , with a long speeoh . Gen . Baron Brendenstein , Chief of the Prussian Engineers , has just died at the comparatively early age of 55 . He was an excellent strategist , and had brought the system of military railways to a state of extreme perfection . The Italian Cabinet has resigned . It was formed in June , 1885 , with Sig . Depretis as President . Special cablegrams show that Gladstone s Irish plan is treated with scant courtesy In AustroHungary , is condemned as dangerous in Germany , Is enthusiastically received in France , and ls watched with keenest anxiety in Russia . CHICAGO . —The Southern Evangelists . Mr . Jones and Mr . Small , have left the city . They will hold meetings in Pittsburg in a short time . Whelan s ...
Making the Sparks Fly . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
Making the Sparks Fly . Snarks is disposed to look horns with Secretary Lamar . The latter is supposed to have inspired an utterance m a Wash- ¦ ScaVmmeT to the effect that since Mr . ggS ? SSd himself so out of harmony w ^ th his surroundings he would presumably resign . Sparks replied by interviews uXwTork papers , in which he coolly declared that the revocation of his famous order . affeeting homestead entries , would not affect his course in the slightest He would go right on as he had for months past . At the same time he felt sorry that a disreputable combination of thieves , land-grabbers and the like should have prevailed on the Secretary of the Interior to revoke the order . This sort of talk must be rather distasteful to a self-respecting officer like Secretary Lamar It is not only insubordination , but oersonal insult . Some of Sparks mends have advised him that the more dignified course would be for him to resign without engaging in any wrangles . He will , he declares ,...
Editorial Notes . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
Editorial Notes . -Irish-Americans have sent Mr . Gladstone two large albums containing the favorable editorial opinions from the newspapers in this country on his scheme for a Dublin Parliament . —Besides the killing of seven persons at Bast St . Louis , in connection with the strike , there was fighting at Little Rock , Ark ., on Sunday , and Deputy-Sheriff Williams was badly wounded . * —The House Commerce Committee decided to make a favorable report on Eepresentative Dunham s bill authorizing the President to appointinspectors of live stock , dressed meats and hog products intended for foreign shipment . —The new liquor law in Iowa is doing the business , if we may judge from published telegrams . The saloonists in Cedar Rapids , McGregor and other places will quit . Large quantities of liquor have been shipped out of the State . Look out for a deluge in Illinois . —Among the significant utterances of Mr . Gladstone s speech on the night of April 8 , were these : Coercion has pr...
Saved on Kerosene . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
Saved on Kerosene . PUBLISHERS DEPARTMENT . At two different times I have saved 30 per cent on a barrel by purchasing kerosene through the Co-operative Club . The first purchase more than paid for my subscription to the FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN . This membership of the CO-OPERATIVE CiaTJB which is secured by subscribing to your paper is a big thing for a family . Every one would want it if it were understood . J . N .
Complaint of D . L . Mulford . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
Complaint of D . L . Mulford . We are receiving almost daily complaints of parties who have sent orders for purchases of goods to D . L . Mulford that their orders have not been attended to . Our readers should take warning that we can be in no way responsible for any orders sent to this party . Failing in our attempt to secure from him proper protection for ourselves and other members of the Economy Club and especially our subscribers , we became convinced that it would not be safe to continue any business relations with him as agent for the Club . And in order to be entirely free , even in name , and in deference to the views of some of our members who preferred the new name , we organized the N ATIONAL CO-OPERATIVE CLUB out of the membership of the Economy Club , obtained by means of subscriptions to the FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN . This was announced in our issue of March 27 . We learn that D . L . Mulford has since , with a few personal friends , applied for articles of incorpor...
Buy the Best . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
Buy the Best . Horace Waters &amp; Co . s improved new scale upright and square grand pianos justly occupy the front rank among the celebrated pianos of America . They combine in an exceptional degree that sweetness and power of tone , great solidity of construction , and tasteful and elegant appearance , which always distinguish the best makes of pianos . Any one contemplating the purchase of a piano would consult their own interests by writing to Messrs . Horace Waters &amp; Co ., 124 Fifth avenue , New York , for catalogues and terms . Their prices are extremely low for first-class pianos , and they sell them in all parts of the country on payments of $ 10 per month , when desired . Waters parlor and chapel organs have attained the same high grade of excellence as their pianos , and are offered on payments of only $ 5 per month .
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THE ABBOTT BUGGY CO . OF CHICAGO , Are building , in addition to their regular line of TImken Spring juagies and Perry Carts , a Steel Gear Bumry that is lig hter In appearance and weinht , yet stronger and more durable than any buggy ever constructed heretofore by any one , at anv price . There is not a p iece of wood ahont the gear to Bhrink , swela , break , decay or wear out , there is not a bolt or clip to become loose or rattle : hutismadeentirelyofstecl , rlvetedtogether , cannot he broken under any circumstances , and will last forever . It ia the only buggy adapted to any climate , and although superior , itis less expensive to manufacture , and is sold as a I . ow-Prlccd Busey ln competition with cheap work that no one knows anything about when covered with paint and varnish . Ask your dealer for them or send for circular and learn nearest agent .
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
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GIFTS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
GIFTS . Oh , World-God , give me wealth ! the Egyptian cried His prayer was granted . High as Heaven behold Palace and pyramid ; the brimming tide Of laviBh Kile washed all his land with gold . Armies of slaves toiled ant-wise at his feet , World-circling trafflc roared through mart and street , His prieste were gods , his spice-bahned kings enshrined Set death at nanght in rock-ribbed enamel-deep . Seek Pharaoh s race to-day and ye shall find Butt and the moth , silent and dusty sleep . O , World-God , give me beauty ! cried the Greek . His prayer was granted . All the earth became Plastic and vocal to his sense ; each peak . Each grove , each stream , quick with promethean flame . Peopled the world with imaged grace and light ; The lyre was his , and his the breathing might Of the immortal marble ; his the play Of diamond-pointed thought and golden tongue . Go seek the sunshine race , ye find to-day A broken column and a lute unstrung . 0 , World-God , give me poweri the Roman cri...
"Baby Must Mind . " [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886
Baby Must Mind . BY MARION HARLAND . In Empire , in State , in church , in public and private corporations , To govern 1 finds the complemental To be governed as naturally as light makes shadow or water runs down-hill . Come when yon are called , Do as you are bid , was the sum-total of filial duty so long as the learner was undor tutors and governors . Some terrible mistakes wefe made in those days . There - ^ as virtually no court of appeals for the infant against whom the tide of circumstancial evidence set strongly . If he were sufficiently ready of wit and speech to offer an impromptu defense , it was rarely heard . First the lash and then the law , was in most households no playful figure of speech , but a biting sarcasm that understated an existing evil . Young people then read the deliverance of the sage of Tarsus on this point with resentful appreciation their offspring cannot share . For they ( the fathers of our fiesh of the context ) , verily , for a few days chastened u...