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Smiling Comfort . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886

Smiling Comfort . Men grow sated of beauty , tired of music , are often too wearied for conversation—however intellectual—but they can always appreciate a well-swept hearth and smiling comfort . A woman may love her husband devotedly—may sacrifice fortune , friends , family , country , for him —she may have the genius of a Sappho , the enchanted beauties of an Armida ; but , melancholy fact , if with these she fail to make his home comfortable , his heart will inevitably escape her , and women live so entirely in the affections that without love their existence is a void . Better submit , then , to household tasks , however repugnant they may be to your tastes , than doom yourself to a loveless home . Women of a higher order of mind will not run this risk ; they know that their feminine and domestic duties are their first duties .

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Stockman
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A Foolish Waste of Strength . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886

A Foolish Waste of Strength . A great many women of refined and acute sensibilities waste their strength and some undermine even life itself by giving full vent to their emotions . This is a good world , but there are a good many briers and nettles in it ; human nature is still imperfect and our best friends have their sharp points—and so we get wounded . Perhaps the young husband , in a fit of absent-mindedness , goes away in the morning without bestowing the customary and coveted kiss ; Mary is hurt and offended , and grieves over it all day , and begins to think herself a neglected wife—and Bhe weeps and takes a mournful comfort in feeling injured . Men forget sometimes what is due from them , so do women ; and if Mary wants to live happily with John she would better consider cheerfully that he didnt mean to forget or , neglect her , and meet him pleasantly when he returns , for there is scarcely a less attractive creature on the face of the earth to a man than a woman who has wa...

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Receipts . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886

Receipts . —Sugar Cookies : Two and one-half cups of sugar , three eggs , one cup of butter , one cup of water , two teaspoonfuls of cream -tartar and one teaspoonful of soda . Season to the taste . These keep good a long time . —Ginger snaps : One tablespoonful of ginger , one of lard , one teaspoonful of saleratus , half a pint of molasses , half a teacup of water , with a sufficiency of flour . Knead soft , roll thin , and bake in a quick oven , —Catherine McKenzie . —Raised Graham Loaf : Half a cup of yeast , one pint of water , one teaspoon of salt , o ne tablespoon of sugar , three cups of graham flour ; beat up well . Cover and set where it will be warm till quite light ; then turn out into a well greased basin or deep baking tin . When light again put into a brisk oven . Bake one hour . The last half hour turn a tin over the loaf to keep it from getting too brown and hard a crust . When done turn out and wrap up in a damp cloth . It is good either cold or warm . —The followi...

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Vegetables as Remedies . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886

Vegetables as Remedies . Spinach acts as a diuretic . Dandelion as a tonic and laxative . Asparagus as a blood-cleaner . Tomatoes as a oholagogue . BeetB and turnips said to be t onic . Onions , garlic and leeks are stimulat ing and narcotic . The red onion acts as a narcotic in in somnia and neuralgia . —Medical Summary

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Gems of Thought . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886

Gems of Thought . —Take a walk to refresh yourself with the open air , which , inspired fresh , doth exceedingly recreate the lungs , heart and vital spirits . —There are people who would do great acts , but because they wait for great opportunities , life passes , and the acts of love are not done at all . —It is a great and noble thing to cover the blemishes and to excuse the failings of a friend ; to . draw a curtain before his stains , and to display his perfections ; to bury his weaknesses in silence , but to proclaim his virtues upon the housetop . —True family life nurtures self-sacri-ficing love , chastity , moral integrity and patriotism . But the present tendency is away from the family to the individual . Individuality is made much of , while family life is at ebb tide . More and more parents are throwing off responsibility for their childrens moral , intellectual and spritual progress upon others . Priceless opportunities are thus lost . If for any privilege a parent oug...

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Eat Slowly . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886

Eat Slowly . To those accustomed to bolt their food , nothing tastes good that is not highly flavored or spiced . Everything must be peppered or sugared unless already highly seasoned , in order to make some impression upon the nerves of taste , located in the mouth , as the food hurries through . While the persons accustomed to chew their food deliberately , the plainest forms of well-cooked , whole-some food afford great pleasure to the palate . Children should be encouraged to eat without drinking , in order that they maybe led to moisten their food with saliva , thus preparing it for good digestion .

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YOUNG FOLKS [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886

YOUNG FOLKS THE MUSIC-STOOL . A weary old man with a puzzled face Went wandering hp the market-place And he muttered : I wont be made a fool And tightly he grasped a music-stool . He entered a stately furniture store , And he set the music-stool down on the door ^ funnyT t o ^ Y 0 U ™ tbink •*»•» But heres this cheat , and I want my monoy l » W oktrk bemattor , myWena , ktoa th 0 K - * Is anything wrong ? Cant you make it work ? Said the ancient customer : What did you sav ? I did not buy it to work , but to play . It was ticketed plain—why , any fool Oonld have wad the Hcket : A music-stool , And I bought it yesterday afternoon , For we re aU of us fond of a right good tunc I took lt home careful , as you may see And they all were pleased as they could be , And I thought there was nothing at all to learn So I set it np and I gave it a turn . And I tell you , sir , that , upon my word , A squeak like a mouse s was all we heard I The missus she looked a little vexed , But she says , ...

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A Mischievous Pet . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886

A Mischievous Pet . A gentleman owned one of those mischief finders , a magpie . This bird was very fond of shell-fish , so that when his owner placed some pickled cockles in his larder , he took special pains to tie parchment firmly over the top of each jar . It was not long , however , before the skin was torn off and some cookies eaten . Nobody could be found who would confess the deed , and the thefts were repeated , until the cook , hearing one day a crackling sound in the larder , hurried in to find Mr . Magpie , with the skin off a jar of cookies , eating away as fast as he could . This so exasperated the woman that she hurled at the bird a ladle of boiling hot fat which she had in her hand , exclaiming , So it s you , you rascal , that s been at the cockles ! It was a hard punishment , for all the poor little fellow s feathers came off his scalded head , leaving him bald ever after ; and he never forgot the cause of his misfortune , as appeared afterward . One night , among ...

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Most Oet Up Anyhow . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886

Most Oet Up Anyhow . Early rising under the pleasantest circumstances imaginable has been arranged for a Parisian millionaire , who has invented a wonderful bed , desoribed as follows : When it is time to get up , a chime of bells rings . The oooupant continues to Bleep . Suddenly a candle is lit by a clever mechanical arrangement , ihe sleeper rubs his eyes , and an invisible hand proceeds to divest him of his nightcap . By means of eleotrioity a spirit lamp , with coffee-roasting apparatus affixed , next begins to burn . The water soon boils , and the smell of ooffee fills the room with a delicious fragrance . Luxuriously revelling in a crowd of agreeable sensations , the occupant , now just beginning to awake , is soothed by sounds proceeding from a costly musical box . At length the bell rings out another merry peal , and at the foot of the bed a card with Leves-vous ( get up ) inscribed on it appears . If this invitation is without effect , a powerful mechanism lifts the occupa...

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Health in Youth , [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886

Health in Youth , Late hours , irregular habits , and want of attention to diet , are common errors with most young men , and they gradually , but at first imperceptibly , undermine the health and lay the foundation for various forms of disease in after life . It is very difficult to make young persons comprehend this . They frequently sit up as late as twelve , one or two oclock , without experiencing any ill effects ; they go without a meal to-day , and to-morrow eat to repletion , with only temporary inconvenience ; one night they will sleep three or four hours and the next nine or ten ; or one night , in their eagerness to get away into some agreeable company they will take no food at all , and the next , perhaps , will eat a hearty supper , and go to bed upon it . These , with various other irregularities , are common to the majority of young men , and are , as just stated , the cause of much bad health in mature life . Indeed , nearly all the shattered constitutions with which...

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OUR LETTER BOX . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886

OUR LETTER BOX . I am a little girl eight years old , and can knit , sew and crochet . I made iny grandma a real nice tidv for her birthday , and put blue ribbons in It . My grandma ls sixty-nine years old , and I love her very dearly . WILLIE MAT SLOSSEB . South Bend , Ind . Lucy Locket lost her pocket , Kitty Fisher found ft , There was not a penny in It , But the binding round it . I am a Montana boy , twelve years of age . Was born in a mining camp on the Bocky Mountains , six miles from Helena , the capital . I have seen them taking out gold quartz : have been in the quartz mill and saw them crashing quartz ; have seen plenty of silver bullion . IRA 0 . BLACK . Belt , it . T . aafBUa , Dear little April , timid and shy . Dont know whether to laugh or to cry , Oome , little April , youd better by half , Dry all your tears , and give us a laugh . My brother takes your paper , and I always read the childrens letters . I have seven brothers , and the oldest is a school teacher , I ...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886

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LITERATURE . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886

LITERATURE . Book Notices . — What does History Teach ? This great question is grappled with by Prof . John Stuart Blackie , of Edinburgh , in two lectures first delivered before the Philosophical Institution of that city . They are now given to the American public in an admirably printed little volume . Prof . Blackie is not tinged with any of the too fashionable skepticism of the day . He is bold and clear in his treatment of philosophical questions and clears away all rubbish of speculation and mere tradition by a few common sense statements . The easel is essential to the picture , but it did not make the picture , nor give even the smallest hint towards making it . So the monkey , as a basis , may be essential to the man without being in any way participant of the divine indwelling logos which makes a man a man . The two are related only as all things , are related , inasmuch as they are all shot forth from the great fountain-head of all vital forces whom we justly call God . I...

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MUSIC BOOKS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886

MUSIC BOOKS . Three Holy Children , (* 1 J . by Stanford , is a new CANTATA of great power and brilliancy . Kleiner s Harmony (| 2 ); K >** J ., cr 8 C ° u : terpolnt (» 2 ) , and Richter s Fugue (»«* J ™ three standard books on composition , by an eminent German Harmonist . Operas . The best and most complete editions . Aidn («); Bells of Cornevillc ({••»!¦ n 1 ? 0 , ; : cacio (* 2 j : Cnrmen $ 2 ); Fatinitzn (»« , taUme ( $ 2 ); Mnrita . ia ( 2 ) : BlcflstofVIe (» 2 ) , Mignoii (» 2 . 50 ); Zcnobia (» 2 ) , and many others . Librettos , fall and complete , of 80 operas , for 25 cents each . Cheap editions , 15 cents each . Easter Music , in quantity . . Send for Lists . Orchestral parts furnished when desired . Winner s Ideal Methods ( each 75 cte ) arc famous and really good cheap Moth ^ J ^ J ^ Flute , for Accordeon , for Cornel , for Banjo , tor uu . ua ., for Fife , for Clarionet and for Flageolet , . # Mason s Piano Technics (» 2 . 50 ) a « » nrtantls increasing in...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886

_ aa . Baas m m AT Ensilage and FodllUlJir der CutllnB , a 33 PPlflfl l Y pamphlet that should bo WW ll 1 feiS by every Dairyman A \ Z . Tlu . Trafed | M and Stockraiser . catalogue of the ¦ ¦ Mailed free to « j best line of Cutters , ¦ ¦ address , mention Horse Powers on « ¦ PJ ing this paper . Farm Feed Mills ever _ , „~ jj > * sjk AW ¦ # - % manufactured . Special m **^ M _ W Mm . Lrna a % dlaeounti where w «* Wl ** ____ WI ^ MZM have no agent ** . SHALLEY ¦ ^ Paaaam MXW laVU . CO ., Mamllowoc , Wit , ¦ aW aaa . aaa .

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886

••) . AGENTS -mntott for PINKERTONS • J « r »» PY of ^ - a ^ ^ Ni tho a VUk / Or T most thrilling war book ¦ a *** * * ever published . PaoruKLT iiuum ... T ** . AviOLVTRLTTalB XABirttT BOOK TO BKLL BnERKMOWMl for fn ! l parl cu tre , Bnerltl tr-ritory and lorme toaRr ta . * addra . M , a . W . CAnLHTOM at C . I ., PuMl . l , c „ , t . ^ York . Mention the Farm , Field and Stockman . Ja . * 3 rJmljyrir * A -WANTBD XH 3-E 1 . i ^ STOCK . DOCTOR 1 * 7 Prof . J . PEKIAM and Dr . A . ll . BAKER , Y . 8 . 720 Encrnringsj 14 Colored P . atei ; 1156 Pasej . ForTerms , ( GnoDl * AY > and Extracts from Agents Reports , etc ., addreu . N . D TIIOMPSO . * , PCBLISIinia CO ., St . Ixiuii , Mo . or N . w York niVt BWfe * B ft E rn rif * 1 E nm h ** (^ Vff Ot l ^ CThe most thrilling adTenturen of all greut * jjB ____ w ( M m 7 border heroei with Indians , outlaws and wild **? *^ n * l » -t » beasts , from the earliest time to this . Llres and famous exploits of DeSoto , I * aSalle , St...

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THE MARKETS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 17 April 1886

THE MARKETS . OM 10 KOF t April 13 , 1886 . , « * BS I « DW 00 »^! ¦ Grain and Flour . _ ¦ » . j ... fnter No 2 . free on board , 85 c ; WHEAT .- ^ $£ * f ™ £ ia ? No ? 2 , 73 \@ 74 ** BC ; S «*•*• a 00 * - c l B EcSl «® Moi »<> -5 . 64 ® 670 • aer bu 8 h X ** « PSTNO tta store , -M-MMVai »» . ¦ »* COBNa-rS 8 ? S , 3 yellow , 34 * -4 @ 35 o ; free on board , wsi-fffiASfflA No . 3 maMHwdo veliowi ^ 5 i ^ ° rNo . * V * . ®** - *** - ; ¦» B 4 331 * ° 5 , * , r . 1 l r ^ No 2 white , 3 *@ J 5- * -. o ; No . 2 , 30 @ 30 *> 4 C * No . ° W t £ ilk \ £ rXo . 3 , 29 O 32-S 0 per bush . 3 . Tv ^ ftftm on board , Offfe ; No . 3 , 56 c ; No . K «^ Masa 1 so per bush . 3 u ^ l rVf- ^ . 3 in store , 40 c ; No 4 . 35 c : free . on JWBI . KY . 4 ™ 3 o M th 0 ^ ^ by sample ; No . 4 , a ^ iSSt aSy . Pri »« «¦¦* ¦* ¦ •^ S-i . g . SEE 1 W . — ± ** j £ ™ f • £ r mgaiunL prime seed , $ 6 . 10 ® » Sfes : ^ . ^ Dairy Products , etc . Creamery butter , extra , •»» — - • ™ Cr...

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