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. $ 164 . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
. $ 164 . A single order for purchase of dry goods , notions , etc ., amounting to $ 164 was just filled by the C O-OPERATIVE CLUB , for a subscriber in California . Our readers will all make use of the Club when they know its advantages . Get up a Branch Club and you are enabled to purchase in larger quantities and make a better saving . It is perfectly safe and sure , as you oan write beforehand ana getprioes and know whether it will pay to buy through the Club .
Ladies . ¦ . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
Ladies . ¦ . Mrs . Clinton , the manager of the Ladies Department of the National Cooperative Club , we may say , behind her back , is a lady of taste . As before indicated she is , also , noted for skill and success in selecting millinery goods and has had ample experience in this department . Mrs . Clinton says : If ladies will send me word of the color of hair and eyes , height , width of shoulders , and age , we will guarantee to suit them in the millinery department . Always address , National Co-operative Club , 158 Washington street , Chicago .
We Don t Blame Them . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
We Don t Blame Them . The laboring men of all kinds and employments are organizing . They mean to get eight-hour days and fair pay . We cannot find fault with them for combining and standing by one another . Capital is strong in itself ,. and secures the support of many middlemen interested , more or less , in its investments . Its purposes and plans are pretty clearly defined and strongly pushed . But how about the producers ? With all other classes uniting for self protection and to maintain their rights and gain benefits , where will the farmers be if they remain idle ? The busy time of work is upon us , as farmers , and the importance of this thing ia liable to be temporarily lost sight of . We therefore mean to keep it before our readers . One evening now and one evening a month is not a great tax on time when the advantages are considered . Our CO-OPERATIVE CLUB affords a very simple method . If you have something better stick to it , use it , report to us itB operations as fa...
Slander Easy . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
Slander Easy . It is dangerous to libel some persons . Tbey will promptly ply the law . It is readily seen to be unsafe in a business way to slander certain corporations . Those newspaper managers who have favors to ask of railway companies or who expect to solicit advertising of certain business houses are kept under wholesome restraint in their utterances . But it seems to he held by some editors that the United States Congress is a fit subject for all sorts of reckless libel . Most heedlessly a contemporary—we regret we must add agricultural —takes occasion of a good deed just done by the United States Senate , in squelching the bill to increase postage on seeds , to berate that body of our national legislators , as follows : It Is the oligarchical representatives of the States , not , like the House , the demooratic representative of the people . Its members are , for the most part , either the paid attorneys of railroads , national banks , and otto wealthy and unscrupulous corp...
Wrecking Industries . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
Wrecking Industries . The man who kills another in cold blood is a murderer . It is alleged that Mr . Jay Gould is really the secret organizer and promoter of the strike . If this be true , then he is really guilty , in addi tion to that of wrecking commerce , of tb „ crimes - of lying , perjury , arson and murder . If , m reality , as alleo-pd i 7 ; fine work is at the bottom of the lite labor troubles , he is the most dangerous man m the oountry . The unsettling nf business has already cost the commerce of the country , in addition to the loss to railway corporations and the distress to laborers , more millions than he has piled up by his system of wrecking . A man proved guilty of such doing should be declared an enemy of the State , confined in the penitentiary and his propert y confiscated for the publio weal , to restore in some measure , the losses and relieve the misery he has caused .
- Importance of Sowing Seed Early . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
- Importance of Sowing Seed Early . Where the season permits , the seeds of some plants cannot be gotten in too early . This is necessary for the reason that there is a perpetual warfare between the would be usurping weeds and the regular crops . The hardiest will crush out the others , and man is compelled to bestow his assistance upon his favorites . But the assistance so tendered is expensive , and any method that enables him to advance his cjrops at the least cost will be of service in adding to his profits . The first plants that appear above the surface of the ground are stronger than those that follow , for as they seize upon the particles of earth and appropriate plant food they deprive the weaker ones of so much nutrition . Now , some weeds can endure quite a degree of cool weather , and sprout on the first favorable opportunity , while the seeds of many of the cultivated plants are slow in germination , and thus easily fall a prey to those that are stronger and further adv...
Eoad Making—Letter from Dr . Pen -nington . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
Eoad Making—Letter from Dr . Pennington . Many thanks for the interest you manifest and also to the many friends that co-operate with you in laboring t ° ra ? ke better the highways of Illinois . That so important a feature in the prosperity oi a State should have been so long neglected must be ascribed to some radical detect in our schools and to the men that should instruct and lead to a better and higher civilization . ,, In order to make good roads , after many years of experience , I am satisfied that it is not only necessary to secure tne proper grade and side ditches , with a iree drainage well secured , but also a central tile drain and one not less than from six to nine inches in Bize , according to tne quantity of water to be removed , should be laid , the depth depending on the security of an outlet . When rock can be secured , this road bed should De covered by broken stone and gravel , ine most successful experiment of a roaa which I have made , a stone dram was put dow...
Current Events . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
Current Events . PERSONAL . — Thaddeus Fairbanks , the scale manufacturer , died Monday at St . Johnsbury , Vt „ at the age ot ninety . R . H . Harris , Treasurer of the Sag Harbor ( L . I . ) Savings Bank , who is Superintendent of the Methodist Sunday School , is $ 8 , 000 short in his accounts . Henry Wendell Thompson , a prominent newspaper writer and member of the bar ln Chicago , died in Cincinnati . CHICAGO . —A . F . Seeberger was confirmed as Collector ot Customs at Chicago . John F . Kountree , a well known Chicago lawyer , committed suicide in a fit of hypochondria . Capt . McGrath , Superintendent of Mails at Chicago , who has been in the service eighteen yeara , has been put out of office and B . A . D . Wilbanks , a man new to the service , put In his place . — -The Bull Bun Panorama Company , of Chlcaeo , with a capital stook of $ 200 , 000 , was licensed by the Secretary of State . FOREIGN . —A Board of Tradeinquiry into the cause of the disaster to the steamship Ore...
Spring Plowing . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
Spring Plowing . Spring plowing can be done at a time when the farmer may derive advantage from it , or it may be performed in such a manner as to be injurious . Any soil that is hot perfectly dry should not be touched with a plow . Wet soil cannot be pulverized , and every furrow turned oyer and exposed to the sun is the formation of lumps and clods that will remain to annoy the farmer until the frosts of next winter break them to pieces . If the land is well drained the soil will become dry enough to plow in a few days after a rain , but unless the soil is drained the plowing should be postponed until the earth can be turned over in such manner that it may be easily rendered fine by the use of the harrow . Many farmers have lost time working in lumps and clods , by being too early in plowing damp soil .
• Editorial Notes . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
• Editorial Notes . —Note the revised price list on binder twine in Co-operative Club markets . —Next week we will publish a letter from Senator Cullom , in advocacy of his Inter-State Commerce Bill . —Read what the veteran Illinois Horticulturist , Dr . Pennington , has to say in this number on road making . —Fourteen per cent more of winter wheat has been seeded this year in the United States than was harvested last summer . —Powder-lyl Powder dry . Pick your flint . Never stint . Battle try . Do or die . Why not , why ? Powder-ly ! —Prof . C . C . Blake , of Bichland , Kan ., predicts frost and bad weather for the last of the month . Perhaps this title should be spelled Proph . instead of Prof . We shall see . —Our readers should note the change of address of Devlin &amp; Eagle and their remarkable announcement on our market page . We are receiving letters of commendation from some of our readers who have dealt with them . —One of the most popular departments of the FAHM ...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
MARVELOUS OFFERS ! BOOKS HE MILLION COMPLETE NOVELS AND OTHER WORKS , BY FAMOUS AUTHORS , GIVEN AWAY . The following books are published in neat pamphlet form , many of them handsomely Illustrated , and all are printed from good type upon good paper . They treat of a great variety of subjects ; and wo think no one can examine the list without rinding therein many that he or she would like to possess . In cloth-bound form these books would cost $ 1 . 00 each . Each book ie complete in itself . FOR ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS , the regular subscription price , we will send our great paper , the FARM * FIELD AND STOCKMAN , one year * weekly ( 52 numbers ) , and will present the subscriber , absolutely free , postage paid , with the whole of any one of the following collections of books . This includes a membership in the Cooperative Olab : COLLECTION NO . 1-Fifteen Splendid Books . 1 . The Widow Bedott Papers . This is tho book over which 8 . DIafogim , BeuIUtlons and Reading * A large ...
THE SPRING IS LATE . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
THE SPRING IS LATE . She stood alone amidst the April fieldsBrown , sodden fields , all desolate and bare , — The spring is late , she said— the faithleBS springThat should have came to make the meadows fair . Their sweet South left too soon , among the trees The birds , bewildered , flutter to and fro . For them no green boughs wait—their memories Of last year s April had deceived them so . From neath a sheltering pine some tender buds Looked out , and found the hollows filled with snow On such a frozen world they closed their eyes ; ¦ When spring is cold , how can the blossoms blow ? She watched the homeless birds , the slow , sad spring The barren fields , and shivering , naked trees ; Thus God has dealt with me , hiB child , she said—I wait my spring-time and am cold like thee . To them will come the fulness of their time ; Their spring , though late , will make the meadows fair : Shall I , who wait like them , like them be blessed ? I am his own—doth not my father care ! —Louis...
Correspondence . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
Correspondence . Can yon not let we mothers have a little oorner In your valuable paper to discuss the best means of rearing and dieting our children , for we are as much interested in them as our husbands are in stock and farming . I have a little boy nine years old . Now , I have had it said to me that he was growing up for some bad end because I would not whip him for every childish fault . 1 do not believe he is worse than tbe majority ol children , for he has been raised in the country away from many vices that children pick up in towns . He is not ugly tempered , but he is full of boyish pranks and will sometimes tell me a falsehood , that is the worst . Let some aged mother give me a word of encouragement or advice . Hits . 0 . S . Toledo , W . T . —We gladly give to the readers of the Household Department a oorner in which to discuss any topic that may be of interest to them .
YOUNG FOLKS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
YOUNG FOLKS . GRANDMAS DAY DREAM . BY MBS , C . H . POTTEK . Over the way , just over the way There s a silvery sea ot daisies ; The bobolink swoops and dips his wings Then a song of delight he raises . Oh , lor a bath in that perfumed sea , It would bring my sweet youth back to mo It would soothe the pain that s so hard to bear And bring back the sunny hue to my hair Oh , for a bath in the daises I For tiB very true—ah , sadly true , ( Yet tis that which the sweet hope raises ) That I never began to grow sad and old Till I ceased to bathe in the daisies ! Tis only a step , just over the way , To try to reach it I surely may , Already I hear tbe humming ot bees Oh , Ill drain the cup of youth to its lees If I can but get to the daisies ! But then , I bethink me , sadly now , Could I live it all again—oh , how ? Having drawn so near to tho gleaming sea Of eternal youth I should surely be Glad and content ; nor seek to stay Times troublous tide in its onward way . Nay ; not een if I s...
Teaching the Girls . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
Teaching the Girls . Give your girls a thorough education . Teach them to cook and prepare the food of the household . Teach them to wash , to iron and darn stockings , to sew on buttons , to make their own dresses . Teach them to make bread , and that a good kitchen lessens the doctor s account . Teach them that he onlyljjys up money whose expenses are less than his income , and that all grow poor who have to spend more money than they receive . Teach them that a calico dress paid for fits better than a silken one unpaid for . Teach them that a full , healthy face displays a greater lustre than fifty cosmetic beauties . Teach them to purchase , and see that the account corresponds with the purchase . Teach them good , common sense , self-help and industry . Teach them that an honest mechanic in his working dress is a better object of esteem than a dozen haughty , finely dressed idlers . Teaoh them gardening and the pleasures of nature . Teach them , if you can afford it , music , p...
Washing . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
Washing . Young housekeepers will be interested in the following unusually explicit directions from Tlie Cook : —Washing is so common a thing that one might readily suppose every housewife familiar with the mysteries of it . And so they frequently are , so far , at least , as enables them to make things look clean , but how few can combine this cleansing process with the preservation of the articles which are washed . Almost invariably the same system is used in washing articles of every description . I have been told by a gentleman who has had much experience in hiring help for the laundry in hotels that it is exceedingly difficult to get good laundresses , even there , where there is instead of soda ; it saves soap , softens the hardest water , and does not in the least injure the texture of the linen . Colored muslins or lawns must be washed one by one in cold water . If they are very dirty the water must be lukewarm , but no more . But , above all , be careful not to use the sma...
Fans . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
Fans . Headers will surely be interested in knowing something about the origin and history of that article of use and ornament , the fan . According to the learned Froissard , the fan originated from the necessity felt in all hot climates of something for keeping off flies , whether from the sacred offering in the temples , or from the faces and hands of the officiating priests . In China and India the original model of a fan was the wing of a bird . The fans of the high priests of Isis were in the form of a half circle , made of feathers of different lengths . Such , too , were the fans carried in triumphal processions , and which among the ancient Egyptians and Persians served as military standards in time of war . The fans carried by the Roman ladies during the Augustan age were not , like the most ancient Chinese fans , made in one piece , but were composed of little tablets of perfumed wood , specimens of which can be seen at the museums of Florence and Naples . The fans of the...
Scotch Retorts . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 24 April 1886
Scotch Retorts . Scotchmen are fond of an argument , and delight to pick flaws in an opponent s logic . Two blacksmiths were once conversing as to which was the first trade in the world . One insisted that it must have been gardening , and quoted from Genesis , Adam was put in the garden of Eden to dress it , and to keep it . Ay , John , retorted the other , who had stood up for his own trade ; but whae made the spades ? . The reply recalls an old story illustrative of the pride of a Highlander in his clan . A MacPherson and a MacDonald were disputing g &amp; to which of their respective clans was the oldest . The MacPherson , waxing emphatic in assertion , said : Why , mon , a MacPherson went ashore with Noah from the ark ! Well , that may be ; but he found a MacDonald there to tak him by the hand ! The Rev . Mr . Campbell , of Selkirk , was much annoyed by the dirty water of a brewery near the manse . He spoke to the brewer , a Mr . Haldane , about the nuisance , saying th...