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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 May 1886
CPPO I FOR HATCHING PROM PLYMOUTH rllll . N I Rocks , Wyandottes , Am . Domlniqow , L . UUU I Langshans , Lt . Brahmas , S . C . and H . C . ——» Brown Leghorns , Pekin and Rouen Ducks , and Toulouse Geese . Circulars free . H . D . Si S . JENNINGS , Rio , Wis . mention the Farm . Field and Stockman ,
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 May 1886
UPHOVE YOUR POUITRV . Eggs for Hatching . WO ! be ready for shipment after February 1 , 1886 , guaranteed strictly pure , of iho following choice strains : Langshans . Light Brahman , Plymouth Rocks , at reatonablo prices . Send stamp for circular . IHRS . W . C . MJU JEII , Union Poultry Yards , Union Mills , LaPorte Co ., Ind . N . B .-Groimd 8 heUandjrranulated bone delivered af Chicago at manufactnrers prices . Mention the Fnnii , Field nnd Stockman . Oak . Grove Poultry Yards . f BmWMm \ § I § */ smrnrn ^ A I mMM l g SSf Mmi 1 KMMMMX J Q I- = 5 V mml ^ WrnW rsNtfPP HUFF BROS ., Greenwood , 111 . BBEEDEBS AMD SHIPPBBS OF WYANDOTTES &amp; LANGSHANS . Idcntion the Farm , Field and Stockman ,
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 May 1886
linUf RAM YOU EXPECT TO flUW UflW feel well and enjoy life when you go about with a hacking cough ? More substantial benefits can be obtained from a fifty-cent bottle of DR . BIGELOWS POSITIVE CURE than a dollar bottle of any other cough remedy . It is a prompt , safe , and pleasant cure for all Throat and Lung Troubles . Sold and indorsed by Druggists .
Letters and Answers . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 May 1886
Letters and Answers . Florida Xiande , and Frank Finch . — Package of seeds received . I shall plant some of them Monday . St . Andrew s Railroad and Land Co . all right ; Frank Finch , Clyde , N . Y ., too , yon may say to L . G . H .-2 . W . F ., Fort Dodge , Ia . Success in Organising . —Prof . C . C . Cochran , of Sioux City , whose letter appeared in our issue of April 17 , writes that Mr . Lincoln is meeting with phenomenal success in organizing —from 50 to 180 names in every town . Let the good work go on ! Cole &amp; Brother , Scedsni-n .-Your letter of February 22 was duly received , and although we took as much interest as any ono in the bill for increasing the postage on seeds , still we were so busy that we never got time to answer it . We thank you at this late date for your noble efforts in behalf of our trade .-6 o e _ Bro ., Pella , Ia . Best Food for Infants . —L . R .: In answer to your inquiry as to the beet food for infants , we can recommend Horlick s . ...
MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 May 1886
MISCELLANEOUS ^ u ^ tio 7 _ M ~ the Working r Classes . ., ?! , _ orcanized laborers really ^ i ^ he best fnterests of society , yet Kfnresent methods of redressing grievthe P „ r , sure to injure all classes . We an 0 C ™ tenc . in _* against two . great evils , ?/ roneSthe % utgrowth of numeral streng th , and the other of conceni C J capital It is wrong to injure the trated c » P ° * t , ge * n or _ er to force C ° TaUo terms and it is threatening to Z SatatoS . that a single individual fllfrom a pleasure excursion , and thousands of miles away from the scene f derations , possesses the power , by a ^ Tof b £ hand , to isolate a city of lariv half a million souls , and to detach fhreo ereat States from communication with the others , tt is a power greater than that in the hands of the American Congress , the President or even of the Oneen of England in her own domains . Yet we live under the system , and , right nr wrong , it is facing us with greater seriousness than did the evi...
FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN , [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 May 1886
FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN , Published Weekly . Subscription Price , 81 . 50 per year , to ^ vance Including a premium to each subscriber . Single numbers , five oente . Remittances . Money may be sent at oor risk bv post--5 note ^ noney ordorf expfeM order , to ** sfa *™* letter , or by draft payable to New York or Chicago , or by express . To Careless Correspondents .-Be careful to give your Postoffice and State , and do not forget to sign yonr name plainly to your letters . Adrertislns Rates . —Thirty cents per agate line . 1 \ linS the toch . Liberal disoounte forTarge contracts . Only reliable advertisements inserted . HOWARD &amp; WILSON PUB . CO ., 166 &amp; 168 Washington St ., Chicago . Entered ns Second-Class Mail Matter at the PorUoOlce , Chicago , III . SATURDAY , APRIL 34 , 1886 .
Is Your Time Out ? [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 May 1886
Is Your Time Out ? If the label attached to your paper reads after your name May or Ma 86 , it means that your time is out . We hope those who have not done so will renew promptly , and please do not come alone ; bring one or more of your neighbors with you . See our liberal offer to subscribers and clubs last week , and special premiums for clubs on the next page . Help us to get that 100 , 000 subscribers we see coming . ABE YOU ORGANIZING ? If not , why not ? Capital is strong and thoroughly organized . Labor is organizing , and is demanding fair wages and less hours of work , and is rapidly getting into position to enforce its demands . This means higher prices for manufactured articles , without a corresponding increase Jn farm products and raw material , so hat , as usual , the burden will fall upon the shoulders of the farmer , who already is carrying more than his share . The remedy is , by organization and co-opera-tion , to get the products of the farm to the consumer and ...
PUBLISHERS' DEPARTMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 May 1886
PUBLISHERS DEPARTMENT . Our Special Premiums . Through the kindness of friends of the FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN we are enabled to offer the following list of special premiums for tbe largest club from the States named . These have been announced from time to time in previous issues of this paper . Competition is open until November 1 st , at which time the awards will be made . The person sending in the largest club from a State will have the first choice of premiums from that State , and the next largest club the second choice and so on until all are taken . If any two send the same number of subscribers the one whose club is made up first will have first choice . Subscriptions under any of our balance of the year offers will count in this competition . This is an excellent opportunity to get thoroughbred stock without cost . These premiums are given by the persons whose names are attached to the offers and are in addition to the premiums or cash commission which we offer for clubs...
THE HOMESTEAD KITCHEN . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 May 1886
THE HOMESTEAD KITCHEN . How bright and warm a place it was , That quaint dear kitchen old , Where blazing log defied the frost—Tho breath of winter cold . The tall clock from its corner dim The nightly silence broke , In tolling off tho passing ( IOBIS With slow and measured stroke . The apples , quartered and festooned , On strings were hanging high . And ears of golden corn were hung Axonnd the Are to dry . Tho faithful watch-dog , Hover , lay Outstretched upon the floor ; And now and then a noise was hoard That sounded like a snore . And pussy , with her well kept coat Oi spotted white and gray , Porred softly , while she sat near by • To watch her kittens play . Twas there the bnsy mother made Her doughnuts , pies and cake ; Twas there she put the bread to rise , And watched it brown and bake . Twas there the spinning wheel was heard From early morn till night ; For there dear grandma spun and reeled . The fleecy wool so white . A pretty picture grandma made , With snow-white ha...
YOUNG FOLKS [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 May 1886
YOUNG FOLKS THE YELLOW DOG . BY OEOUOE COOPEn . I never had a kennel , I never owned a name , Yet everywhere I wander I m not unknown to fame . The year round I go trainpiiiK Oer highway , Hold and bog , And no one cares about mc . For Im a yellow dog . No nice bell ever tinkled About my shaggy neck , Nor have I any blanket My scanty sides to deck . II anything is missing When by the farms I jug—A fowl or leg of mutton—Oh , it s the yellow dog ! I oft in parlor windows See pugs and poodles trim ; They perk their silky ears np , And snarl oat , Look at /**&gt;« .. For sticks and stones a target , As if I were a frog . Oh , life is very stirring If you re a yellow dog . So up and down Im tramping . Bnt one thing is my gain ; As Im considered worthless , I never wear a chain . Some kindly hand will feed mc While carelessly I jog ; I m not so black as painted . Though I m a yellow dog . BILLYS EASTER OFFERING . BY SOPHIE SWETT . What are you going to draw , Dilly ? Chatty Arkwri...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 May 1886
_ f _ ROIi-ABS each for New and J __ li I IPer / ectSEVil ^ QMJiClUV ^ . mtaStWS I M Warranted five years . Sent on trial if de- WBjamA ¦ ¦¦ sired . Buy direct and save 915 totSS . * m ttB * m * Orennspiven aa premium ! . Write for FREEclr- * f- « / SI cniar with 1000 leitiuionials from every state . , J _«»__ GEO . PAVNE 4 CQ ., 418 rdAve . Chicago , HI . ~ TS ^ ~* I ADIES who live out of town desiring to make pnr- ¦ chases of Crochet or Knitting Material of any kind , will do well to send for onr circnlar . Crochet work furnished to ladies to be done at home . Ladies wishing to do their own Stamping send ( I for Stamping Outfit . Agents wanted . WESTERN LACE 1 MF 0 . CO ., 218 State St ., Chicago . a sm mjam-. m MM mm . HANOVERS gk W W I ___ 7 ^_ ? Merchant Tailor JDL ¦ _§ I _ * - ^ System of garmmWa ^ Wmmw U ¦¦^^ ment cutting is the latest and the only work used successfully without a teacher ; consists ot a Square , Curvatures , Book and 36 Diagrams . Instructs how to draft , cu...
A New City in the Heart of Kanfas . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 May 1886
A New City in the Heart of Kanfas . [ FBOM SPEENGPrE _ o GLOBE BEPUBLIC ] . The projectors of this decidedly ambitious enterprise propose to put the city on it . - These projectors have formed what they call the Kanopolis Land Company , with offices and headquarters at their new city , Kanopolis , Kansas , and at Springfield , Ohio ; they have 5 , 000 acres of land for their town site—enough territory , in f act , fora city of 150 , 000 people . Very naturally and properly , the public will wish to know who the men are who propose to accomplish such a large undertaking , and the Globe Republic does not hesitate to state at the outset that they are persons known throughout the country as those who have already done large things and who are capable , from experience , ability and unlimited capital , of doing still larger things . That they are , of themselves , able to build a city large enough to contain 5 , 000 inhabitants , ls a fact that no one wh I knows them will care to dispute...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 May 1886
, It Is expected that all Railroads will give reduced rates of fare for Bound-Trip Tickets to the Auction Sale of May 12 , 13 and 14 . Everybody should go while they can purchase a lot at their own price at ots KANOPOLIS , The future GREAT CITY of Kansas . Picturesquely Situated on the Union Pacific Bailroad ( X . P . Div . ) , Overlooking the Wooded Banks of the Smoky Hill Biver . The Center of Ellsworth Cou The Center of the State of Kansas and Center of the United States ! Kansas has Eclipsed all other States In the Rapidity with which She has increased in Wealth „ rJ Population . UNITED STATES CENSUS REPORTS and all other Reliable Statistics Prove it The Unparalleled Growth of Kansas in Wealth and Population makes Kansas Property the Surest , Safest and Best Investment that can be made . TOWN LOTS FOR SALE ! J ^ IonXit to o _ e SMt ^ wM ? i ^ the ^ efofllT ^ ^ * ^ * ^ &lt;** ** M * ° ** * prt ° eStimated by Shrewd obse ers , „ The most Reliable and I J ™ # * £ ^* 5 5 | §...
THE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 May 1886
THE MARKETS OM-ICE OF . _„ , „ . [ April 20 , 1886 . PU . M , FliljD ^ - SIO 0 KMAN-f FA Grain and Flo-r . W „ EAT .-N 0 . * tTwht ^?^ FUT-1 SSf -iE ^* $ *«* ^ No-3 65 ® 72 l 2 ° , wr biif-h- „ 38 @ 38 &gt; 4 o ; ftee 0 n . board . No . (• OBVr-S * 4 S ° 5 * -= , * no grade __ 33 *_ c per bu . j . ; , 5 * . jSi . i .-, »¦* • * h ^ njcor-Ho . 3 , mlxed , 28 . 3 J ! loi 0 \ - * £ ;!^&amp; o ^ nto &amp; 3 &lt; m *\&lt; r , So . Z , K - 3 X ^ tasn-fiwtoq ™ 111 */* t * K ^ amS N ° * 3 * 59 Ci N ° * ^ ^ * * _ UHX ? . - ^ : 3 , 47 S 53 C-. No . 4 . 44 _ 48 oi No . S , l * fr !__ J , Pri » e cash seed , • MS ; SKEDS . -J % - . ™ ftvXSedlnm , prime reed , « 6 . as ; cho i ce _ l dF flS ; Nft 1 , * 1 . 05 .-31 . 06 ; Hungarian , JK » op ^* , - * 8 h * . Dairy Products , etc . Cr » me * ybolr 5 . a *« . * B ) ----- _ - ;; - . - .: ] 6 ® f ? Creamery flnta 15 @ 17 Dairy extra 16 ( 31 Doiryflrste • 10 Iloll . . ch-- l _ f # - _*_ . -- S 4 __ . . 5 ® 6 Pack...