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Page 23 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 15 January 1885
THE POULTRY KEEPER one year , and National Standard oK 0 MV for $ | , oo THE MTIOML STANDARD DICTIONARY . SHnSBS ^ Tl Bought for loss than $ 1 . 00 . H ^^^^^^^^^^^^ B , WnHn . 700 Engravings , G 08 Pages , 40 , 000 Woi th | jlT || MlMl ^_^___ l 3 C J J . V 4 700 Illustrations . 111 / 1 ll 11 HI 1 \ l Tho National Standard Dictionary cm-tains inure piWM til m s Mt fJ | f | \ V __ X any other book of * the kind over puldlshccl . This useM mil 1 ¦ BH | y I Ii L 1 \| , ___ i V sw gont volume Is a library nnd Enoj-oloMia of ™ oi ^ lriin » l l „ RJBGH IB , , k * U _* nf &gt;_&gt; X . as well as tlio bast Dictionary now published . Superbly li I UMM flj J | k W _» flfSlK _**^ l A in cloth and Kilt . It is not a pocket a lair lu . tnkrco volun It HRffiU » l &gt;_ llll | r I \ contains every useful svord in the Kiiel sh Lu . iirnugo , with ns tr e MUMS Bill fc , ^ f | W | l ?*^ I &gt; ... canine , derivation , spelling and pronunciation . Iliis weto HflKtHI HU...
Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 15 January 1885
eR J_ VEPLACE ^ f ~ STOCK FARM , / DANIEL DUNHAM , Proprietor , Wayne , Du Page Co ., 111 ., U. S. A. 3 , 1 Miles from Cliirairo , on the Frecport Division of the Cliicago &amp; . Vorlliwestmi Kuilroail . Importer anil Extensive Breeder of Percheron Horses . An extra CHOICE LOT OF PERCHERON STALLIONS AND MARES OF ALL AOES now on hand , at Prices not equaled by any Importer or Breeder of pedigreed stock . Full pedigree furnished with each animal , as my Stallions and mares are registered iu the Percheron Stud Book of Trance . Correspond with me before purchasing . _ _ _ ALSO -A . __ W GRADE STALLIONS AND MARES . J . P . FOLTZ . Abingdon , IU . Breeder of Pure-Bred SUOKTHOltK CATTUC Choice yoiniff bnllrt lor Hale at reasonable prices . , Percheron Stud Book of France . Pit illalieil under Authority of the French Government . Contains much ( translated ) valuable matter relative n . thi * aDcient and popular race . Also the records of breeding of all pure Percheron Stallions nn...
Page 24 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 15 January 1885
HORSESCORNS . • The * earn be cured . H . C . CASE it SON , of GALESBURG , 11 . 1 . . , Are the authorized agents for the United States , for the Salo of A . 0 . Aiilenius CORN CURE , It is nearly a year since the remedy was discovered , and it has cured a great number of suffering horses and _ - _&lt; -I- __ l . XX _ JB FAIIiHD In ono Case . Write for Circular . H . C . CASE -fc SON . Mention tlie Farm , Field nnd Stockman . ^^ . Vsnnn ^ . VsnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnS ^^¦•^ sflsianliiannnnnnnnnnnB ^^ HK THOROUGHBRED POLAND-CHINAS , AR produced and bred by • A . C . MOORE &amp; SONS , Canton , IU . j The best hog in the world . We have made a sjwcialty of i this breed for 38 years . Wc are the largent breeder * of ; thoroughbred Poland-Chinas in the world . Shipped ; over 700 pigs in 1888 and could not supply the demand , j Wo are raising 1000 pigs for this Reason s trade . We have 100 sows and 10 males we are breeding from . Our breeders are all recorded in American . P...
Page 24 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 15 January 1885
—^———i ,-B __»_ - ^ mfttttflTl I I I 1 H |* M M. W. DUNHAM , Wayne , lln Page do ., Illinois , | HAS IMPORTED FROM FRANCE IPercheron Horses Valued at $ 3 , 000 , 000 , | Which Includes 75 PER CENT OF ALL HORSES Whose purity of bloftd ia established by their pedigrees recorded in the STUD HOOKS OF FKANClf EVER OIPORTKD TO AMERICA . Hecognizhur the principle accepted by all intelligent breeders that , however well bred animals may be saht to be , if their pedigrees arc not recorded , und cannot bc nuthenticully given , they should be valued only aw grade * . I will sell all Imported Stock , at Grade Prices when ! IAimut furnish with the animal sold pedigree verified by the original . French certificate of its number anil record in the Sttiil Book in Prance . 140-1 nge IlliiNtrated Catalogue sent free . ] ££ - ** Wayne . 111 ., is 85 miles west of Chicago , on Freeport Division Chicago &amp; , Northwestern ltailway . Mention the Farm , Field mid Siockmaii . | § K \ fl ECLIPSE 4...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 5 December 1885
. fy ¦¦ : PUBIelSHBD BY HOWARD &amp; WILSON PUB . CO . CHARLES H . HOWAKD . EDITOB . J ONATHAN PEEIAM , Ussool * a . e Editors . P . H . JACOBS , i JAS . W . WILSON , BUSINESS MANAGES . THE FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN , issue *! weekly bceinnill Deo . 5 th , is intended to treat practically the areat variety of subjects related to ARricielturc , Stockraisins . Gardening and I mit-growiug . and to afford entertaining and newe-y rending for th- * family . Its targe circulation in every State and Territory of tho Union , and in the British Provinces , is a guaranty that it is adopted to all parts of the country . Hot Subscri |) tion and Advertising terms see page 8 .
The National Farmers Congress . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 5 December 1885
The National Farmers Congress . This body , composed of delegates appointed from the various states of the Union , is in session as we write , at Indianapolis , Ind ., Col . Robert Beverly , Va ., being President and Hon . B . F . Clayton , Iowa , secretary . Composed of leading * agriculturists throughout the country , the Congress should exert an important influence in legislation relative to our agricultural and live-stock interest . The National Agricultural Congress of which this society is the successor , South and North , met in joint convention at St . Louis on May , 27 , 1873 . In order to effect a union on the part of the two organizations South for the one the following genttemen were appointed : Major It . B . Hurt , Jackson , Tennessee ; D . B . Beatty , 111nois ; T . W . Woodward , South Carolina ; Suel Foster , Iowa ; Gov . H . W . Foote , Mississippi ; 0 . P . Whitcomb , Minnesota ; Prof . W . H . Jamison , Alabama ; James B . Clark , Kentucky ; E . B . Whitman , Geo...
*• New Buckeye Feed Mill . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 5 December 1885
*• New Buckeye Feed Mill . Our illustration this week represents the New Buckeye Feed Mill with horse power attachment . All , intelligent and progressive , are aware of the great saving effected by grinding feed for stock . It is only a question of how to do it in the 3 XTEW • BTTCTKB ^ rB FEED rMTCiXi . most economical manner . We know from practical experience , that the old Buckeye Mill was an excellent machine . Wo have not tried the new one ourselves , but have seen it in operation , and judging also from its mechanical construction , we think tho manufacturers have made a great improvement over the old mill . It is geared to run at a high rate of speed , the burrs revolving sixty times to one turn of the horses . It will grind all kinds of grain at the rate of from ten to twenty bushels per hour . The horse power attachment will run any kind or machinery that requires from three to four horse power , so that the farmer by purchasing one of these mills gets two machines in one...
Do Not Always Be Too Certain . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 5 December 1885
Do Not Always Be Too Certain . The following floater , has been passing around , and is one of many founded on imagination rather than fact . Rank growing potatoes are not much troubled by the potato beetle so long as there are small , weakly ones growing beside them . It is not to be inferred from this that the rank growth is distasteful to the larva . The truth is that a heavy mass of leaves holds so much moisture until late in the day that eggs laid on these leaves will often fail to hatch . The small plants dry out , quickly , and the potato beetle , especially in moist , cool times , selects these on which to deposit its eggs . Wo tried quite a number of experiments with potatoes last season , and find that the beetles are no respecters of plants . Often the rank growing plants were preferred to those that were weak , and tho eggs were usually f laid on the best developed and healthiest leaves , as though caro had been taken to provide the future young with the most . available...
Grind The Wheat . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 5 December 1885
Grind The Wheat . There is no reason why our wheat should not be sold in the shape of flour . There is an advantage in our climate compared with that of Europe , which enables us to produce a superior grade of flour to that manufactured elsewhere . By adding labor to the whc . it through grinding it , wo render it more valuable . It is a well-known fact that the flour manufactured in this country possesses better keeping qualities , . and stand shipment better , than that produced in Europe . For the South American markets our flour alone is suitable . Our wheat is harder in tho grain than the European production , and our facilities for grinding it are greater . We will , at some future time , ship more flour than wheat , while our prices obtained will be greater in proportion . Every bushel of . wheat ground on this side of the Atlantic gives employment to some one , and this has been fully realized by Minneapolis , which derives her wealth chiefly by devoting tho labor of her pop...
Agricultural Progress . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 5 December 1885
Agricultural Progress . TOBACCO growing is becoming a rising industry in Queensland , Australia . In Ireland thp cultivation of tobacco is not allowed . Vhe British Government makes money by selling the Irish people the tobacco they use and might grow . Till * : last volume of transactions of the Michigan Board of Agriculture ( 1884 ) lately received , besides valuable matter relating to the work of the Michigan Agricultural College , contains the proceedings of the Farmers Institutes of the State . The information , while it is of special intqrest to the farmers of the State , is none the less interesting to the fraternity everywhere . The title page is preceded by an excellent portrait of President AVillits , of the State Board of Agriculture , and in the body of tho work is a portrait of J . C . Abbot , L . L . D ., for more than twenty-five years President of the Michigan State Agricultural College : The . Secretary of the Board is Robert G . Baird , Lansing . Mich .
Limiting Crops . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 5 December 1885
Limiting Crops . There is no reason why the farmers should limit the number of crops grown by them . Wheat , corn and oats are standards , but there are markets for other products of the soil , whioh open new avenues to all . Wheat is grown principally because the details of its culture are familiar to all , and the same may bo said of corn and oats , but because farmers have had no experience with other crops does not debar them from succeeding with them , especially as they have the advantage of agricultural literature treating upon all subjects . The field is wide , and no restrictions are in the way of any one . True , climatic influences and the nature of the soil must be considered , but as farmers do not undertake to grow crops not adapted to their locations , no advice in that respect is necessary . We have , as an excellent plant , flax , which is qniek-grow-ing , easily cultivated , and very remunerative yielding a profit both from its straw and seed The castor oil plant ,...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 5 December 1885
STOCKMEN IN COUNCIL . Bed Polled Cattle Club . At the third annual meeting of the Red Polled Cattle Club , at the Grand Pacific Hotel , Gen . L . F . Ross in the chair , nine States were represented . The first volume of the Register contains the pedigrees of 200 Red Polls , no probationers having yet been admitted to the American Register . Upon the question of admitting such cattle—admitted in England—the matter was left to a committee for further consideration . The membership fee was raised from five to ten dollars . A committee was authorized to offer premiums at the Fat-Stock Show of 1888 . During the year a list of transfers will be issued under the rules of the club . The officers elect are : President , Gen . L . F . Ross ; Vice President , J . B . Mead ; Treasurer , W . D . Warren ; Secretary , J . 0 . Murray . The Executive Committee are : Messrs . G . F . Taber , J . M . Knapp , and Wm . Steele . The address of the Secretary is Maquoketa , Iowa . Aberdeen-Angus Associati...
VETERINARY . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 5 December 1885
VETERINARY . The serene ! departments of the F ^ BM , Fi-trXD AND STOCKMAN are fqr the use and convenience of its patrons . Subscribers wishing advice will please state their questions plainly and concisely . In relation to diseases and ailments of live stock , it is necessary that we be informed fully of the symptoms as observed , else it will be impossible to fully understand and prescribe for the case . I . F ., CASS CO ., IND . —Stocking—swelling of the limbs—may be due to a variety of causes—mares In foal , want of exercise , Incipient grease , etc . If chronic , little can be done . Exercise , some depletion of the blood , etc ., would be Indicated ; hand rubbing of the limbs also . In relation to chronic cough , the matter is not made plain . The presumption Is that heaves may be the cause . The remedy would be , clean hay , free from dust ; liberal feeding with washed sound oats , and not to drive immediately after feeding . It would seem that you should be able to judge of ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 5 December 1885
A . Z . BT , ODGETT , Wnnkefmn , III ., breeder of Clydesdale Horses . Imported and grade stock for sale . Correspondence pr . xnptly answered . ^ 2806 Lbs , WgtlfcN JB ° i * ° OHIO IMPROVED EEsL •^ PJCHESTER HOGSj FSP ^¦ jkuf Send for description of this m mtmT ^ ___ famous breed . Also Fowls . BamT ~ L . B . SItVER . CIeveland . O . ^ JERSEYS ! A few choice young Cows , Bred Heifers and Calves of unexcelled butter ancestry and pedigree . Also a few Bulls . Prices low . Send for catalogue , and state what you want . Prise Herd at Iowa State Fair . RICHARDSON BROS ., Davenport , Iowa . eEir ___ 9- _ 3-Vjfl 4 . / . k ANTI-CRIBBER . Jtfk AB applied to // ^ % jk- * . the neck of a J Astt ^ Bv yjlaV horse , without X / JSfe ^ -r i £ ti &amp; f in any way in- y * J ~~ i ^ / ^ 1 \ jfflfir luring tho / y I */ |\_____ r noree ; it Is S ^_ // I j _ fl _ fr an absolute /^ y —•* Sf / L *__ Hr preventive ; /^* . V . // AW of cribbing . It \ (} \ y ^ mm j is worth tenNJ [/ mjf Ifir times...
A Difference of Location . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 5 December 1885
A Difference of Location . At a recent combination sale of Jerseys at Knoxville , Tenn ., thirty-seven animals sold at an average of $ 137 . They were just as well bred as could be desired , and some of them had good records . Had they been sold at Kelloggs , however , there is no stating how high tbe average might have been , but being at Knoxville there was quite a difference . The farmers are not required , therefore , to pay the high ngures usually obtained at Kellogg s , as equally as meritorious animals can often be obtained elsewhere . Another Embargo Being Prepared . There is a proposition pending before the Hereford breeders to make the English breeders pay an entry of $ 40 per head for all animals hereafter entered in the American Hereford Eecord , and the Englishmen do not take very kindly to it . We cannot see how such embargoes will benefit any one . Money will , of course , serve to restrict , but it will not insure honest pedigrees , nor retain purity . Such conduct s...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 5 December 1885
S IliTM— h Newton s improved _ lf _ III TIE l ^ S &amp; L , III holds them llrmly , bUH lit ^ p |) i , _ / draws them forward when lying frtSr — Clir- ^—****\_ down , pushes back when standing , le 3 * L , - * ij = _ K gives freedom of head , keeps them rs &gt; L * . , J __ K * clean . Send for Circular . \ . s s ^~ - * sif 5 r // , . E . 0 . NEWTON , Batavia , Ills . [( SytigP ^ l I mm * W ^ mmaMMm \ aa \ aaaa ^ mwB ^ a \ THE CHEAPEST J HE PUREST . THEBEST . Western Office : 17 Dearborn St ., Chicago . Send for Circulars . ALBUM WRITERS FRIEND . This Book contains the largest collection ever printed of Choice Gems of Poetry and Prose , suitable for writing in Autograph Albums . 128 pages , paper covers , 15 cents ; cloth , 30 cents . Stamps taken . Address , J . S . OGILVIE &amp; CO ., -ai Rose St ., New York . MIU ESTABLISHED 1855 . HOLIDAY GIFTS Und tomi-al DBV 800 DS SENT FREEHS From Nov . 16 th to Doe . 24 th . Send for our Holiday circular and Catalogue...