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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 15 May 1886
BATCHELLER BARREL CHURN . THE CHEAPEST JAMWA HORSE POWand best . So iron ^^^^^ k ors and Dog Powrim in top for but- _^^^^ H &gt; . crs - 0 n 0 Churn tororcreamtoad- ^ HHHH or Horse Power hero to . All sizes H ^^^ HU sold at wholesale made up to 300 l ^^ Br ^ | iricii where we gallons . Lever iBBSBal have no agents , and roller butter J ^^^ BalM ^ g 00 da war workers . . ^^^^ HQHranted as repreWe also makoy ^^^ RflB ^ Hsonted . Box Churns lodB ^ B ^ BJBMB Send for circuCreameries . i ^ HNHPsj ^^ Iars . H . F . Batclicller cfc Son , Box E , Rock Falls , IU . Polled Aberdeen-Angus Cattle g ^^ ggf ^ aSa . ^^^^ S ^ S ^ r ^^^^ Z ^ wrrj ^^^^ l ^^^ g ^ g The Lake Forest Herd , the oldest and largest in the United States . Weh |&gt; ve , 9 I snl ° at all times and at i easonable figures Young Bulls and Helftrti , suitr able for foundations for new herds . Call early arid get gCK . dassortm ^ Uo ^ lccWrom . ^^ to ^ lcellst . Kinfce Forest , Luke Co ., IU . L . F . is 28 miles ...
Asiatics . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 15 May 1886
Asiatics . Of the breeds of fowls called Asiatics the following are classed under that head : Light and Dark Brahmas , the Partridge , Buff , White and Black Cochins , and the Langshan . Brahmas , although not very handsome when young , when they come to full maturity are surely handsome birds . There are two kinds : the Light and the Dark . They both have the pea-comb and feathered legs . The plumage of the Light Brahma is white , except the tail , which is black , and the neck , which is penciled black . The cock and hen are marked the same . The feathers on the legs are white . The plumage of the Dark Brahma is not so liable to get soiled as that of the Light . The cock has black breast , tail and wings ; hackle flowing and finely penciled . The symmetry of the Dark Brahma is much the same as that of the Light . Brahmas are great sitters—inveterate ones—and make kind mothers , as they are naturally tame and quiet , and do not race the little chicks around . Partridge Cochins are ...
APIARY . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 15 May 1886
APIARY . Bees and Flowers . Prof . A . J . Cook , writing to the Ameri can Bee Journal believes that all botanists now hold that flowers which are showy and contain nectar , either need insects absolutely or else are materially benefited by the visits of insects . Without doubt this always was true . Prof . Cook knows of no authority in geology nor any reason to believe that there were showy flowering plants prior to flying insects , or even to sweet-loving insects . In the economy of Nature both were developed together . The one without the other would be like button-hole and no button . Geology shows conclusively that there were no terrestial plants until the upper Silurian time , and no true flowering plants until the Cretaceous period , or near the close of the Mesozoic or Middle life time . The only flowering plants before that era were conifers , whose pollen is -easily carried by the winds . Even as soon as such flowering plants ( the inconspicuous ones ) appeared , there wer...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 15 May 1886
Tp GGS from . seven varieties of Land and Water Fowl . , . Ill Stock No . 1 . Satisfaction guaranteed . Circiikra free . T . H . NORMAW . 1 nlnin , Ky . BUFF COCHINS EXCLUSIVELY . Eggs $ 1 . 25 perl 3 . J . P . HESS , Grlggsville , 111 , EGGS FOR HATCHING . Mammoth Bronze Turkey , $ 4 per 12 . Plymouth Bock , $ 1 . 50 jior 13 . Brown Leghorn , $ 1 . 50 per 13 . Brown Leghorns direct from Bonney . MBS . S . J . BROWN , Bode , Iuwa . ORDER EGGS EARLY . E . B . Turkey . * 2 . 50 per doz . B . and W . Leghorn , P . Bock . L . Brahma , Pekin Buck , $ 1 a doz . Wyandotte , Langshan , Pitkin P . Rock , S . a . Hamburg , $ 1 . 50 a doz . Mas . A . w , LEHMANN , Neosho , Dodge Co ., Wis . \? S 7 A . I * - T E ! JDi BY COLUMBIA OO . POULTRY YARDS , the address ot all who desire fine poultry . Send us your address and receive onr fine Catalogue for 1886 . DB . W . A . CURTIS , RIO , WIS . rnnn i FOR HATCHING FROM PLYMOUTH ClllliN ! Rocks , Wyandottes , Am . Dominique * , ¦¦ www I Langshans , L...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 15 May 1886
t lHPROVEYOUK POULTRY . Eggs for Hatching . Will be ready for shipment after February 1 , 1886 . guaran teed strictly pure , of tho following choice Btrains : Langshans , Light Brahmas , Plymouth Rocks , at rcntonnblo prices . Send stamp for circular , MKS . W . C . M 1 TJ . EK , Union Poultry Yards , Union Mills , La Porte Co ., Ind . N . B . —Ground shell and granulated bone delivered at Chicago at manufacturers prices Mention trie Fnnn , Field nnd Stockumii . Oak Grove Poultry Yards . \ eammmW / iR h \ J * hWf ^^ ^ amr- 9 in ^ ss ^ HUNT BROS ., Greenwood , Ill . BBEEDEBB AND SHIPFEBB OF — WYANDOTTES &amp; LANGSHANS . Mention tbe Form , Field and Stockinnn . PRESTONS WYANPOTTE GAZETTE , Size 9 x 11 . Finest 50-cent Poultry Book In the World . Contains a large chromo pf Wyandottes and toi other elegant chromes in 6 colore , and a cut and plan of my new $ 500 Wyandotte House j also cots ana a compi ^ workingjilan of onr two mammoth Incubator Buildings , which are each 120 fe...
MISCELLANEOUS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 15 May 1886
MISCELLANEOUS . Lower Mary land-Answer to Many Inquiries . sumo days ago my wife wrote to F ARM , rfr I AW S TOCKMAN giving some facts in tor ice to this region . She stated we needed T-ration , and that I would answer all comftions bearing on lands , etc . Such is [^ t uo verfnumerous have the letters be- , « Id so general the request that I answer Xh Vo » r columns that I find myself In I ,, r wire No , but if you locate upon the map J Marvhma the counties of St . Mary , Charles ui Calvert you have this region in a nut11 The Potomac river on one side and the Chesapeake bay on the other . The land is a toutiul loam . norockatall . We form a par f that great alluvial plain east of the foot ! f the Appalachian chain of mountains , growing level and less elevated as it nears the Atlantic C ° This particular region of which I speak for wiuo reason has been overlooked by capitalists • ind enegctio emigrants since the late civil war . Why it is that this country has not kept up to the ti...
Letters and Answers . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 15 May 1886
Letters and Answers . Dr . JLcwi » Sherman . —A correspondent from Dakota asks if Dr . Lewis Sherman , of Milwaukee , Wis ., is reliable . Will some reader who knows give us the information ? We do not know him . Borden &amp; Co .-Please inform me throngh the columns of your paper if Borden &amp; Co ., 240 Broadway , New York City , is reliable or not . — J . F . I ., La Crosse , III . —We know nothing to the contrary . Kaffir Corn . —J . C . G ., Kosciusko , Miss . : Kaffir corn is a species of sorghum now beginning to be raised in the South as a forage crop . Information relating to it will be found in FARM , FIELD AND S TOCKMAN of May 1 . page 338 . Cray Eagle . —C . C , Chanate , Kan .: The original Gray Eagle , a celebrated Kentucky-bred horse , was a thoroughbred , and has been dead for years .. Your colt may have the same strain of blood , but that he is the sire of your colt is a preposterous assumption . Your colt certainly Is not a Cleveland Bay . Plaque &a...
Changing the Key-Note . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 15 May 1886
Changing the Key-Note . A cheerful spirit gets on quick ; A grumbler in the mud will stick ! Well , that s so . But suppose you are stuck in the mud by ill health , how are you going lo get out ? Suppose malaria or nervous depression or physical prostration have put you into so deep a rut that vou feel it an impossibility to be cheerful ? There are various means reported , but tho one which has in recent years lifted the largest number of sick people out of the Hiiro and placed them on the solid ground of good health and clieertul , joyous life , is the Compound Oxvgcn treatment of Drs . STABKEY &amp; PALEN , 1520 Arch street , Philadelphia , who will mail to you their little book of uearly two hundred pages free on application .
FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN , [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 15 May 1886
FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN , Published weekly . Subscription Price , f . 1 . 50 per year , to * omaee induding a premium to each subscriber . Single numbers , five cents . Remittances . Money may be sent at onr risk bypoet al note , money order , express order , hi a registered letterTor by draft payable In New York or Chicago , or by express . To Careless Correspondents .-Be careful to give your Postoffice 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 largo contracts . Only reliable advertisements inserted . HOWARD &amp; WILSON PUB . CO ., 166 a 168 Washington St , Chicago . Entered as Second-Class Mall Matter at the Postoffice , Chicago , III . SATURDAY , MAY 15 , 1886 .
Is Your Time Out ? [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 15 May 1886
Is Your Time Out ? Do not iorget to examine your label and see if your time is out or about running out , and if so , send your renewal now , while you think of it , and bring your neighbor with you if you can . You can offer him the remainder of this year for $ 1 . including our splendid premium of fifteen books . See April 34 th issue . This offer also applies to your own renewal . Help us to get that 100 , 000 circulation , and encourage the best farmers organ published .
Trial of Ditching Machines . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 15 May 1886
Trial of Ditching Machines . Under the auspices of the Illinois State Board of Agrioulture a public trial of machines for opening ditches for tile drains in competition for a gold medal , will be held on the University Farms , Champaign , 111 ., June 10 and 11 , 1888 . It is announced that the leading machines of this class , including those propelled by steam as well as those drawn by horses , will take part in this trial , which promises to bo of much interest and value . The committee will also examine any machines in operation in Central Illinois . m
Ur . Thaddeus Fairbanks [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 15 May 1886
Ur . Thaddeus Fairbanks Mr . Thaddeus Fairbanks , who died recently at a good old age , was the practical mechanic and inventor of the celebrated scale manufacturing firm at St . Johnsbury , Vt . The firm have become rich , some of its members distinguished in political life , and all noted for benevolence , but to Thaddeus primarily is due all their fame . The scales in use when Thaddeus started the business # Ere the even balance and the common steelyard . He worked out the whole theory of the platform scales , now made in so many different forms . He began this work of invention sixty-four years ago . Only two or three mechanics were employed at first , but when he died over six hundred workmen were engaged statedly in the manufactory at St . Johnsbury . A biographical sketch in the Boston Journal , after speaking of his invention , says : Soon there arose a demand for different scales adapted to weighing articles large and small , light and heavy . A great variety of platform , ...
The Bombshell a Teacher . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 15 May 1886
The Bombshell a Teacher . The Chicago pulpits gave no uncertain sound last Sunday . Among the m terse and pointed utterances was that 7 Dr . Arthur Little , from whom , as report ed in the Tribune , we quote : It took a bombshell to open our eyes ; it n merciless , cruel , dastardly , but it was dropM , at the proper time to render the best service Forty-four wounded and dying policemen is tremendous price to pay for tuition , but «• „ could not learn at less cost . A bombshell has suddenly become a great teacher , a mighty edit . cator . It is an active and energetic missionar ,- It was the concentration of the venom , hatV malice , treason and atheism of this city in m 6 desperate attempt to break down and destroy the authority of the city—a deliberately planned assassination of Justice . The forty-four brave policeman were not the only ones wounded that night . One piece of that shell hit the Mayflower another the Constitution , and another perforated the American flag . That dea...
m Save Samples for State Fair . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 15 May 1886
m Save Samples for State Fair . EDITOB OP FABM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN : Would it not be well for the readers to send you , prepaid , samples of products of all seed sent out by you , and other extra vegetables , etc ., and you to exhibit at the Illinois State Fair with labels attached , showing variety and name and address of grower , and that grown from yonr seed labeled as from seed sent out by you ? Davenport , Ia . E . S . TEAGABDEN . We have received several letters to the same import as the above , one of which was published in our April 24 th issue . The idea is a most excellent one . _ We have already promised in our seed distribution announcement to extend the subscription to the FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN one year to any one who would exhibit the prodnct of our seeds at his State , District or County fair and take a premium thereon , provided he shall attach a printed label which we will furnish , stating that the sample was grown from seeds received from the FARM , FIELD AND...
A True Knight . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 15 May 1886
A True Knight . Powderly has true knightly qualities . He can speak the truth , resist oppression and stand up boldly for helpless women and children . Among other remarkable utterances of his recent secret circular to men of his Order , he calls upon every victim of whisky to stand erect on the floor of this assembly , raise his hand to Heaven , and repeat with me these words : I am a Knight of Labor . I believe that every man should be free from the curse of slavery , whether the slavery appears in the shape of monopoly , usury or intemperance . The firmest link in the chain of oppression is the one I forge when I drown manhood and reason in drink . No man can rob me of the brain my God has given me unless I am a party to the theft . If I drink to drown grief , I bring grief to wife , child and sorrowing friends . I add not one iota to the sum of total happiness when I invite oblivion over the rim of a glass . If one moments forgetf ulness or Inattention to duty while drunk brings...
Timber-Stealing in Alaska . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 15 May 1886
Timber-Stealing in Alaska . The seizure of a schooner in San Francisco bay , in the middle of the night , as she was trying to slip in under cover of the darkness , reminds one of the days of privateers and of the adventures of blockade-running during the late war . A dispatch states that after five days cruise outside Golden Gate in search of the schooner Gem , loaded with contraband lumber from Alaska , the Government officials succeeded in capturing the prize about 1 o clock in the morning . At that hour the revenue cutter Rush was lying off Black Point and the lookout reported a schooner coming in on flood tide without displaying any light , which is an act contrary to law . Lieut . Hall hailed the strange vessel , a nd recieving no reply boarded her , finding that it was the long-looked-f or Gem . He remained on board and sent a boat back for Deputy United States Marshals , who took possession of the vessel in the name of the President of the United States . Official documents ...
The Bed Flag . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 15 May 1886
The Bed Flag . The dynamite massacre in Chicago a week ago Tuesday night was the outcome of a conspiracy . The testimony shows a concerted plan . At the signal of throwing the dynamite ball from the wagon where Spies was making his incendiary speech , firing with revolvers began by the orowd from the north side of the street . It was not a sudden outburst of violence by a mere mob in retaliation for the act of the police . The latter had not begun firing . The significant fact is that the socialistic agitators and leaders have their organization . It is an incipient rebellion against the American Government . They have their flag , their newspapers and other literature , their treasonable meetings and speeches , their arms and other engines for destruction of life and property contrary to law . The public are aware of these damning faots . The newspapers have published them . The city authorities have taken cognizance of them . Finally , after its officers and citizens have been mas...
Editorial Notes . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 15 May 1886
Editorial Notes . —Our readers will note Senator Blair s comments upon his bill in aid of schools . His letter will correct some mistaken impressions and indicate the need for such a measure . —In answer to many inquiries to whom country produce can be sent we can recommend Higley &amp; Smith as experienced , reliable and enterprising . See their card on the market page . Try them . —On page 381 will be found an article relating to the New Bra Road-Making Machine . It will interest all persons interested in good roads . It will pay to examine the merits of this machine by writing the New Bra Manufacturing Company , 73 to 83 N . Ashland Av ., Chicago , 111 . —The real German population , inciting the Scandinavians , of the United States , are not anarchists . The Irish are not anarchists . The ranks of these disorganizes are composed of the outpourings of prisons of Europe , and largely oi Slavs—Bohemia , Hungary , Poland ana Russia forming the bulk . —The House Committee on ...