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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
« . v ____ gOMo Improved Chester ^ v , &lt;__ s ~ P The best Hogin the world . Not ^ - fes ^ * mmm ) subject to Cholera . Sold 788 tnl 885 . ______________ &gt; - » Two welghed . 2806 ibS . ffflP ~¦ _ 3 Send for description of this tam- atammr ~ B _ ous breedsalso fovls . __ ___________ r _ _ THE _ B . SILVER CO ., ^ LW ~ *» c _ evehmd . au . 8 . A . mW WM . HANKE , Io— a Oitry , Ia . Breeder of Thoroughbred Holstein-FHeslan Cattle . 40 males and females for sale at very low prices . Also a few Grades for sale . Correspondence solicited . GEORGE WYLIE , Leeds , Columbia Co * . Wis . —— BBEEDEB OF Poland-China Swine . Figs shipped subject to approval . Stock recorded in the American Poland-China Record . Safe deliver ? guaranteed . Write for onr Poland-China Circular , Sows bred tor sale . One-third reduction by express . DOOR PRAIRIE Live Stock Association Door Village , La Porte Co ., lit , f _ , ~ _ PO _ TEBS &amp; BXtEEDKBS OF _________ k . CLYDESDALE ifl ...
Breeding Pore Fowls . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
Breeding Pore Fowls . Those who make a specialty of breeding pure-bred fowls are compelled to adhere as closely as possible to a scale of points , or they could not compete at the shows . Hence , a premium fowl may possess all the desirable points necessary for scoring high , suoh as excellence of comb , wattles , plumage , tail , legs , and other markings , and yet be deficient in some respects in which it would be serviceable . For the farmer s purposes , however , the perfect comb is but a small matter , and he can therefore secure thoroughbred males , for crossing , from breeders at a lower cost than for those intended as show birds . These birds are not lacking in parity of blood , nor are they deficient in form , vigor , or size , but the Standard is despotic , and a cock that has a twist in the comb , though useless for exhibition , is just as valuable as a breeder , where the common flock is to be im proved , as one that receives the first premium . In selecting a cockerel ,...
APIARY . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
APIARY . Losses in the Colonies . Much of the loss that occurs is due to the great distance the bees are often compelled to go in search of honey . They are overtaken on their journey by birds and other enemies , but more frequently by heavy rains or sudden changes of temperature . In the endeavor to reach home it may fail , and should the bee seek shelter it may fall into the clutches of some spider that has weaved a web especially for suoh emergencies . Losses can be avoided by growing crops that will combine bee food with yield of product . White olover in pasture and buckwheat will not only enable the bees to find work but will inorease the storage of honey by reason of being within easy access of the bees . Every flower that blooms on the farm will be utilized by them .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
Wyandottes &amp; Plymouth Hooks Senflf ™ . ™ Eggs V per 13 . john Sc ^ jgfgO «» l » r Eg » sai . ^ £ fS ! __^^ tto lax , free . Mrs . M . ft ^„ Hr 8 e _ l fo __ fe * - BUFF COCHIHS EWUWivi ^ Etjggtl . 25 perl 3 . J . P . HES 8 . Grl _ . » iiil : T ] , ESMVMS . as-sis MAMMOTH BRONZE « EfEGGs Ifor sale , from good large stock . Parity of stock maran teed . MBS . J . F . FPLTON . PETEBswmG ^ T WANTED ^ BY COLTOBIA CO . POULTRY YARDS , the In dress of all who desire toe poultry . Send us i address and receive our fine Catalogue for IBBB smt DB . W . A . 0 UETI 8 , RI 0 . Wi 8 CPHC I £ 0 H HATCHING IBOlf PLYJfmTTrr ** rangshmu . Lt . Brahmas , ao . and S ? — - — - —¦ Brown Leghorns , PeHn and Rouen Dniks and Toulouse Geese . Circulars free . ^ H . D . h 8 . JENNINGS , Rio , -ffls .
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
I WANT A WIFE In each farmer s family to send me $ 2 . 50 and rat w Plymouth Bock Bags warranted pare snd flne Flv » years a breeder . Also Guinea Eggs , * 1 per 13 K . G . CRIST , Sew Market , toa . LIGHT BRAHMAS only . 5 Grand Breeding Pens . Winners at Chicago , 1885 , and St . Lom-i 1886 SendZostampfordroular . givingprizeswon , etc . Ponltrv Y __ rdsareatBineIsland . Ill ., J . L . Fay , Manager . EGGS in seavn , and stock for sale . Address all letters , etc in ALFRED DOSXE , 3125 Dearborn St , Chlc ^ M m ?&lt; iM ^ r t ? &gt; \ Take Ymr Choice ! J _}&gt; __ = £ &amp;_¦ A / \\ FeedMitrtetl * Cholera Cure , and ^— IU jyt / fdsU Q * J save your fowl * , or neglectiland JrtWBa . ^___ E _ k __ = L let them die . A 2- ) b pltft . sent pre * 6 »_^__ U __ SE &amp; P Ej ^ P-d for SJ 1- R , B . MITCHELL , %£ &amp; £ _ S 0 _____ U ^* 69 Dearborn St ,, Chicago , III . &lt;* EGOS for HATCHING \\ W . AAB From SO varieties of the choic...
MISOELLANEOTJS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
MISOELLANEOTJS . Letter from Tennessee . Kver sinoe the Sixteenth army corps was mustered out of the service , I have made my home in Tennessee , and in all S , «« e vears I never have been mistreated ta any manner whatever by the people but , on the other hand , I have found friends in the truest sense of the word . Southern people are , as a class , most hospitable . I have lived in Mississippi , Louisiana and Kentucky a part of , my time sinoe being in the South , and can truthfully say a more whole-souled , hightoned , honorable people do not exist in the United States than I have invariably found these people to be lam convinced if the prejudiced minds of the Hortn were oermitted to mingle with their southern brothers and sisters , whatever of that nreiudice remains would be dissapated , like the mist before the sunshine . They are anxious that their northern brothers should come with their families and dwell with them . A cordial welcome awaits all good citizens of the North t...
Letters and Answers . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
Letters and Answers . The Continental All Bight . —1 . Is the Continental Publishing Company , Chioago , reliable ? 2 . Also Franklin News Company ? Seeds and Club certificate received . Many thanks . — If . S . A ., Ft . Fetterhnan , Wyoming . —Both are reliable . World Mfg . Co . —Being a subscriber to your valuable paper , would like yon to let me know if the World Manufacturing Company , 122 Nassau St ., N . Y ., Is reliable .- ^ . 8 . D ., Natchitoches , La . —We know nothing to the contrary . Will some of our readers answer ? The McMillan Pants . —I saw in a recent date of the STOCKMAN the question : Is the firm of Lawrence Webster &amp; Co . reliable ? For the benefit of your readers and in justice to the firm I will say that I have been wearing their goods for more than a year , and flnd them of the very best quality . The STOCKMAN IS a most welcome visitor with us .- W . E . Wheelook , Minto , Dak . Phoenix manufacturing Co . — Is the Phoenix Manufacturing Co ., 41 ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
Pimples , Boils , And Carbuncles result from a debilitated , Impoverished , or impure condition of the bljod . Ayer s Sarsaparilla prevents and cures these eruptions and painful tumors , by removing their cause ; the only effectual way of treating them . Ayer s Sarsaparilla has prevented the usual course of Bolls , which have pained and distressed me every season for several years . —Geo . Scales , Plainville , Mich . I was badly troubled with Pimples on the face ; also , with a discoloration of the skin , which showed itself iu ugly dark patches . No external treatment did more th . HS temporary good . Ayer s Sarsaparilla effected A Perfect Cure , and I have not been troubled since . — T . W . Boddy , Eiver St ., Lowell , Mass . I was troubled with Bolls , and my health was much impaired . I began using Ayer s Sarsaparilla , and , in due time , the eruptions ail disappeared , and my health was completely restored . — John R . Elkins , Editor Stanley Observer , Albemarle , N . C . I...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
IF A MAN IS HUHBRY within ¦ r fi mnn an hour &gt; more or less , after a meal , he is a dyspeptic . It shows hie 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 .
¦ ^ ^ fe ^ ^ ^ ^ - . CktTnisi ^ cL jOi- ^ c st : Is This What Ails You ? [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
¦ ^ ^ fe ^ ^ ^ ^ - . CktTnisi ^ cL jOi- ^ c st : Is This What Ails You ? Do you feel generally miserable , or suffer with a thousand and one indescribable bad feelings , both mental and physical ? Among them low spirits , nervousness , wearinebs , llfelessness , weakness , dizziness , feelings of fullness or bloating after eating , or sense of goneness or emptiness of stomach in morning , flesh soft and lackinn firmness , headache , blurring of eyesight , specks floating before the eyes , nervous irritability , poor memory , chilliness , alternating with hot flushes , lassitude , throbbing , gurgling or rumbling sensation in bowels , with heat and nipping pains occasionally , palpitation ol heart short breath on exertion , slow circulation of blood , cold feet , pain and oppression in chest and back , pain around the loins , aching and weariness of the Iowe limbs , drowsiness after meals but nervous wakefulness at night , languor in the morning and a constant feeling of dread , as i...
A Good School for Telegraphy . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
A Good School for Telegraphy . Wisconsin Central By , MANvrwje , Wis ., Dec . 26 , 1885 . • FB . r » F . B . PABKEB : Yours of the 18 th inst . received ; was very glad to hear from you once more . Sorry I did not get to see you when yon went along here . I am getting along 0 . K ., getting $ 45 and express , which is pretty good for a starter ; have been holding this station since January 1 . It is about as good a station for shipping as there is on the Wisconsin Central . I am very glad I learned when I did . I like it flrBtrate , and would say to persons wishing to learn telegraphy that they cannot find a better place than the American School of Telegraphy , located at Madison , Wis . Have not heard from any of the boys lately . We have a good many from your school on this road ; some of our best agents and operators graduated at yonr school . Send me bulletin . I remain your friend , A . E . POCNDSTONE .
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
Catarrh Cured Nasal Catarrh can be easily , quickly , pleasantly and lastingly cured , providing one knows how . I do know how , can do it , and guarantee just such a cure . Hy Healing Catarrh Powder ( perfectly solnblo ) will positively and effectually cure in a few days any ordinary case . I know what I am talking about , and what I say is the TJMJTH ! if not denounce me in thiB paper as a fraud . Many thousand packages sold in the post seven years , and I hereby declare upon oath that I seldom have a complaint ana do not know of a failure to cure in all that time . It is rjrfectly harmless ; try it and if you are not satisfied , will cheerfully refund your money . Clears the head without sneezing , purifies , heals , stops and cures every discharge from the nose , sweetens tbe breath , and cures Catarrh in all Its stages . A package , more than enongh to cure nearly every case , Bent postpaid for ONLY 25 CENTS IN STAMPS , * by GEO . N . STODDARD . 1 S 26 Magnra fr Buffalo , N . Y...
FARM . FIELD AND STOCKMAN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
FARM . FIELD AND STOCKMAN Published Weekly . Subscription Price , « 1 . 50 per year . In adgncft including a premium to each subscriber . Single numbers , five cents . Remittances . Money may be sent at our risk bypost al note , money order , . express order , in a registered letter , or by draft payable in New York or Chicago , or by express . To Corelesa Corre » pondents .-Be careful to give yonr Postofflce and State , and do not forget to sign your name plainly to your letters . Advertising Kates . —Thirty cents per agate line . 14 lines to the inch . Liberal discounts for large contracts . Only reliable advertisements inserted . HOWARD . &amp; WILSON PUB . CO ., 166 &amp; 168 Washington St ., Chicago . Entered ns Second-Class Mail Matter at the Postomce , Chicago , III . SATURDAY , APKIL 34 , 1886 .
Did You Get Tour Seeds ? [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
Did You Get Tour Seeds ? We have mailed seeds to every subscriber who is entitled to them . If they have not been received , notify us at once , and enclose a certificate ) from your postmaster to the effect that he has not received them at his office , and we will refill the order and investigate afterwards . We would rather refill an order a dozen times than have one of our readers displeased . In sending out so many combinations , some are sure to go astray , through no fault of ours . ANOTHEB OFFER !! As it is now late for seeds , we make this week another liberal offer , which will be found in another column . Please do us the favor to read it , and show it to your neighbors and friends . Until we get that 100 , 000 subscribers we are after , and which so many of our readers are helping us to get , the FAHM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN will not be outdone in dealing liberally with subscribers . After that we can afford to be liberal . We have secured a large lot of these books at a ver...
The Ghoul . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
The Ghoul . The ancient ghoul was said to have fed from the putrid bodies of human graves . The modern ghoul is more delicate in his taBtes ; he feeds on decaying and wrecked lines of traffic , the wasting muscle of men who woubi labor if they could , drinks the tears of lamentation of _ innocent women and children , warms himself at the embers of forsaken hearthstones , and sneers , scoffs and shows his ghoulish fangs when brought to bay . The _ ancient ghoul was a thing of midnight prowling , avoiding the day . The modern ghoul stalks abroad by daylight . He even promises to call the law to support him in nefarious doing . The law may yet bring even the king of ghouls to justice .
An Asylum for Chinese . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
An Asylum for Chinese . The Sacramento Bee is exercised over the fear that the Knights of Labor in the East will boycott fruits cultivated , picked or packed by Chinese labor in California . This , it says , means that carloads of such fruit would be side-tracked , and left to rot , and the fruit growers cannot afford to take this risk , no matter what they may think of the boycott . It advises all to try to guard against the danger , by engaging white help at the earliest opportunity . It also claims that a white labor stamp should be provided for the use of fruit shippers , by which the secure transportation of non-boycotted fruit may be assured . Our contemporary must not suppose that the Knights of Labor are of the same stamp as the hoodlum sand lotters of California . There are large numbers of Chinese in all our Eastern cities , engaged in their several occupations , and without fear of boycotting . The Knights are not communists , nor have they ever expressed sympathy with co...
A National Meeting . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
A National Meeting . The largest body of horticulturists is the National Association of Nurserymen Florists and Seedsmen . It is composed of the leading spirits of these three guilds of the country , and is a business organization , whose members are wide awake to interests of the professions they represent . This year the annual convention moets in Washington , D . C , commencing June 16 th . Aside from the great interest and profit attaching to the meeting itself , it comes at a time of year when after a season of great exertion and hurry the nurseryman feels the necessit y of relaxation and rest . It is made profitable as well , at these annual reunions . Persons desiring an out-line program and information relating to hotel and railroad arrangements , may receive this and other information by addressing the Secretary , D . Wilmot Scott , Galena , 111 . #
National Co-operative Club . —Branch Clubs Forming . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
National Co-operative Club . —Branch Clubs Forming . Our Co-operative Club is becoming more and more useful to our readers . Besides articles already enumerated our General Manager , Capt . J . I . Wilson , is giving prices and making purchases on wagon covers , oiled horse covers , hay stack covers , hay cock covers , different qualities of binder twine , etc . It is early to buy some of these goods but not too early to get prices and ascertain where they can be got cheapest . The MANAGER OF THE LADIES DEPARTMENT is receiving numerous orders for sheeting , dress goods , millinery , table linen , shawls , shoes , carpets , upholstery , etc ., also for stationery , books of all kinds , including school bookB . BRANCH CLUBS are forming in the different States . There is advantage in forming these Branch Clubs in obtaining larger orders and better freight rates , besides the general benefits of organization , which latter can hardly be overestimated . We subjoin one more section of the...