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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 April 1884
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE POULTRY KEEPER . Thepro at pn , » M ] ar JVniltry ] ft | wr . Only f » 0 cents JUT year . Every . IMI . Y wanris mul wiJJ have it . Tells how tn muke $ U , ( HM ) jiw- yuir profit on one acre of Intnl . . Send for terms and sample copy . Address THB POULTRY KEEPER , 89 Randolph St ., Chicago . 0 WHITNEY &amp; HOLMES RCANS STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS , ESTABLISHED 16 YEARS . These splendid instrument !* by their extraordinary merit have become everywhero known as the Standard Organs of the Worlil , aiul the verdict is unanimous that they are Superior in Tone , IMntcliless in Mcclinntain , Peerless anion * : nil Itecil Instruments . Send for latest Catalogue . WHITNEY « .-. HOLMES ORGAN CO ., Quincy , Illinois . Mention the Farm , Field and Fireside . OPIUM HABIT ! Sutlerers from tins pernicious habit will do well lo write to Hit . . HAItSII , of ( luinny , Mich ., who lias a world wide reputation I ...- Hie curun he has made during tlie past twelve years . The ...
SI'HIXV lil . USSOMS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 April 1884
SIHIXV lil . USSOMS . UKOItiSh ItARLKY . Down the dimpled yreenaicftrd dancing Burst * , a fiaxen-hended bevy—-Biul-Upped boys umt girls itdvrtneing , ] Love s irregular Utile levy . Hows of liquid eyes in laughter ? flow they glimmer , how they quiver : SparlUng one another after . Like bright ripples on a river . How Are You ? Tinkle , tinkle , tinkle , co the bells of the city telephones from morning till night , and many a humorous incident Is connected with the transmission ot messages . My gracious ! MissSallie , said an old darkey , jus hyar Massa s voice . He s done fastened up lu dis little box . How s we ( twine to git him out ?
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 April 1884
not pleasing ; but a power mightier than mine overcame the young tyrant . Sofitly and silently the sand man dropped a few grains of sparkling dust into the brown eyes . A tremulous quiver of the fringed lids , and master Charlie rolled back upon the sofa fast asleep . When his mamma returned front the concert , he still slumbered there all flushed and rosy , and us snugly encased in his overcoat and hat , as a bug in a rug . I had not dared attempt to remove them , for fear of the consequences .
To the Susy Bee . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 April 1884
To the Susy Bee . Almost all little girls can sew , some very neatly , but do not be satisfied until mamma , auntie , cousin or some kind friend has taught you how to knit , crochet , or darn a stocking properly . These accomplisninents are all of practical , every day use , and once acquired , yon have always at you command an easy , pleasing occupation . A taste for fancy needlework is not monopolized by ladies anil girls ; gentlemen of the French court might at one time have been scon bending industriously over their embroidery frames , and at least three lads of my acquaint - ance have distinguished themselves by working bookmarks and mottoes . If any of of onr readers are interested in these finger exercises , we should be happy to welcome them to our circle of busy workers No gift from a child is as highly valued by oldcr people as something the little hands themselves have made . A gentlemen of my acquaintance carries in his vest pocket a wee crimson mitten , knitted for him ...
A Hard Bide . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 April 1884
A Hard Bide . Once upon a time , a lady came from the far West to visit us . She brought , with her her only child , a beautiful little fellow , three years of age . His radiant brown eyes , rosebud mouth , and flossy golden hair , reminded one of a pictured cherub , but alas , lie was only a spoiled darling . It was no use , under any circumstances , to coax or reason with him . When he would , he would , you might depend ont , and when he wouldnt , he wouldnt , and there was an end ont He had promised to stay at homo with the hired girl , and be a good boy all the evening , if we would bring him pounds and pounds of candy , after the concert was over . At the last moment he changed his mind . Of course one of us must remain with him , so I took off my wraps , wishing he could belong to mo for just three minutes . The door banged after tho departing ones , and Charlie climbed into my lap . You must muse me right away , everybody ; does , he remarked with authority . If youll be doo...
From an Autobiography . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 April 1884
From an Autobiography . I am only a dog— tis true ! But 1 shall never forget that I came of good family . My mother was a full-blooded English terrier ! This fact has guided my conduct so uniformly , that , even at the fancier s , where I was offered for sale , at tho tender age of three months , I distinguished myself by my reserve . True , there were jniany dogs in the establishment far more valuable than myself . Among them was a powerful mas tiff of the St . Bernard breed . His kitty ways and majestic mein awed even the bull dogs , but he used to tell us the most wonderful stories of life among the Alpine snows , and how lie himself had rescued a lost child from a deep drift and borne it through the freezing cold straight to the convent , where it received food , warmth and shelter . This touching story always brought tlie tears to my eyes , but the more thought of it made my right hand neighbor , a delicate Italian greyhound , shiver violently . In her native land , she said , ...
A Wonderful Creation . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 April 1884
A Wonderful Creation . An exhibition of glass blowing is particularly attractive . Nothing can be more exquisite than the shining threads spun by an expert . Among tho curiosities exhibited many years ago in Paris was a lion enveloped in the coils of a boaconstrictor . The whole is nearly the size of life , and in glass—glass spun and colored witli such rare art that the fur of the lion s skin looks as soft and feathery as if the monarch of the forest stood a living thing before you ; the greensward he walks on , the flowers wliich garnish the borders of the cose , are all glass and are so faithful to nature that you almost expect to inhale the odor of tlie beautiful mignonette and moss-rose that fascinate tho eye .
A Job ' s Consoler . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 April 1884
A Job s Consoler . Master Charley , u . wn his return home from Oxford during vacation , entertained a lad s contempt for one that could not fire off a gun , or drive a cricket-ball , or jump a ditch without falling into it , and therefore took malicious pleasure in preparing a timid boy for college , by favoring him with such accounts of the peculiar knack the second master possessed of finding out all your tenderest places when he licked a a fellow for false quantity that , by Jovel you couldnt sit down for a fortnight without squeaking ; and of the . lolly mills they used to have witli tho town cads , who would lie in wait tor you and half kill you if they caught you alone , and of the fun it was to make a junior form fag for you and do all your dirty work , — that Master Verdant s hah would stand on end at such horrors and he would gasp for very dread lest such should be his awful doom .
The Magic Whirlpool . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 April 1884
The Magic Whirlpool . Fill a glass tumbler with water , throw upon its surface a few fragments or thin shavings of camphor and they will instantly begin to move and acquire a motion both progressive and rotary , which will continue for a considerable time . If the water be touched by any greasy substance , the floating particles will dart back , and , as if by a stroke of magic , be instantly deprived of their motion and vivacity .
"There's Millions in It , " [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 April 1884
Theres Millions in It , If you do not own that most valuable adjunct to home manufacture , the always inexhaustible piece bag , make one at once . Then gather all the pretty scraps of muslin , calico , silk or woolen that are available , and your bag will soon begin to swell its sides with importance . To ingenious and tasty fingers the piece bag is a perfect mine of wealth , and there is no limit lo the marvels that can bo wrought from the varied bits within . Tommy , just turned five , appreciates this fact , for hearing a friend praise my home made bonnet he said , Oh , that s noftin ; her s got a rag bag .
Home Museum , [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 April 1884
Home Museum , Admittance free to all holders of season tickets ; parents half price . We already have in our possession some valuable curiosities , to which we shall be constantly adding from time to time . The little old lady now presented to the audience is only fifteen inches in height . She has no arms , as can be seen , and is also deaf and dumb , but possesses such wonderful intelligence that , under a skill ful manager , she replies to all questions that can be answered by yes or no . Ask her if she likes candy , or oranges , or any goodies , she will promptly bow her head in the affirmative . For a negative answer she shakes it from side to side . To make a presentable old lady , the back of a smooth hand is required , and some skill is needed in drawing the lines of the face . An old-fashioned , double bordered cap , made to fit , a neat dress and tidy shawl are her complete outfit . In order to have her appear at tlie best advantage , she must stand just in front of a real...
Merry Go Rounds . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 April 1884
Merry Go Rounds . Do you like candy , mother ? asked n small boy . No , my son , it makes me sick . I am so glnd to hear it . Now I can trust yon to hold my candy for mo until I m done playing . f saw a hurse-jly np the creek . . 1 cat-nip at her food : r saw a chestnut burr and heard A shell-bars in the wood . f saw a jack-plane off a board . A car spring of the track ; I saw a sawdust off the floor . And then a carpel tack . The following Notis is posted up iu a Texas saw mill : Doant niunky with the buz saw when in motion ! Why , Tom ! another holiday ? Yes , papa , that s the reason I go to that school .
Special Correspondence . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 April 1884
Special Correspondence . To the children North , South , East and West , greeting ! We have an immense letter box iu process of construction for your special benefit , and desire to hear from yon all at your earliest convenience . Write upon any subject you choose , but we shall always be glad to know something of your home life and surroundings . Any information wo can give you through this department will be cheerfully furnished upon your request , and wc should consider it a personal favor if you will say what you like best on the childrens page . Your merry faces flit before me as I write , and my heart goes ont to you with love and tenderness . Would that a magic shield might euard each one from early pain and sorrow . With reverence we say , God bless them all ! Farewell . Address Editor Childrens Department .
FALSELY ACCUSED OE , Helen Rolleston ' s Lover . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 April 1884
FALSELY ACCUSED OR , Helen Rolleston s Lover . The Most Interesting and Fasci nating Story Ever Written . BY CHARLES READE.. SYNOPSIS . The reader is introduced to merchant Wnrdlaw and son—the former the head of un old and honored mercnntrie establishment m London , ft man of strict integrity , nnd hard as iron ; the Inner a fast young man . has just passed the Oxford examination under the severe tutoring of his intimate friend , the Rev . Itobert 1 cnfold . Tho son has led a ia . it life nt enllcgc , gambled nnd iu debt , ami hoixw to take aphis father s businossund pay his own urgent obligations . The son is a remarkable imitator with lieneil and jten . A note fur two thousand pounds signed by H ardlaw , Sr ., and endorsed by Tenfold , has been discounted by a bill broker , and found to be a forgery . PenfoM is arrested , found guilty , and sentenced to pcnnl seriltndein Australia . The son , Arthur Wnrdlaw , meannine falls madly in love with ( . icneral Rolleston s daughter Helen...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 April 1884
LOVE YOUR ENEMIES G. P. B. Could we see the inward anguish , in the hearts of those around ; Could we from their staudyoliit reason , Where , last ; would hate be found ? Foolish actions , foolish motives . All urn weighed In . Justice scutes ; t unlshinpitts , rewards , like given , liy Wisdom Just that never fulls . ¦ Could we see the untold hardships , of the souls Unit struggle on , Jiiniteneil with their grave misfortttm-s . Around ns . with us . In the throng : i outd ire see the hearts of many That we . haste to call our foes , nitly . hate , would change to pity . -ind all other thoughts depose . »
Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 April 1884
SEED CORN FOR SALE . The Early Mndrid , a very productive yellow dent , warranted to grow . Price $ 1 . 50 wr . bushel , four bushels , $ 5 . 00 . ten bushels or more $ 1 . 111 ) lier bushel . • W . JEL . STITT . Siiuetlui , Kiumns . OA-PAGE BOOK J % | Ion SI Mi CM / ITRK . , FOREST __ ll ___ rTUKi :. S TAJIK UKASSES . etc ., iiml ^^^ one s _ 5 c . Packer KLISSIAN SlIJLUElfK V seed senl on receipt pi » . »&lt;• . E . L . PIIEVEK , Ililtcliinson , KniiwiH . NEW CHOICE VARIETIES OF SEED POTATOES A Specialty . Twcntvfivc kinds . Will not bo undersold . Satisfaction ininninteed . Send iHwtal . with full address , for prices . HEX . F . IIOOVEK , ( JulesbuiB , IIIIIIOIH . THE FARMERS FAVORITE FRUIT DRYERS AND EVAPORATORS The best , clieiiliest . most complete , Fruit LvaiKiratorsIn ihe market . Pricesfrom eiKlilMollnis to Inigc . Jiiiiibo „ is , o .,. ll fully JB * ffiffijJl % &lt; JA £ A , Ucss Ligoiiier , Ind . OV UAH Postpaid : Choice 1 year Apple , * o 01 fflAIL 1 ) e...
Page 22 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 April 1884
PERFECT THREE-HOUSE EVENER . Simple , Very Iii tf ht , Vet Very Stionjf . Kitchen close to load , and call bo applied to any implement , with or without tollirue . To introduce if will bo sent to anv address , charges paid by iw , 011 receipt of onlv * : t . s bv FAMOUS MFO C O . 1 * 16 . US mid -ifiO iMniii Street , ( . uliicy . III . , Mention the Farm , Field mill Fireside . CQ Q e O . t 5 V T . J _ J -hi o » f ¦ » \ TURNERS COVER Vx For Canvas of Self-Binder Harvesters V 7 \ . Patented January 16 , 1883 . O V , g V TURNER MFG . CO ., ry jp . n IOTUHAPOLIS , nro . \ o IP &lt;» I ? » o ° ° w &lt;_&gt; Useful on Wagons , to Mill or to Market . . SPECIAL NOTICE . Our Covers are cheaper than any other make , Anil no Charge for Patent . We will take the law on any man who makes or vses any other cover fastened consecutively to front or rear of Platform and Elevator nf Binder , by Loop Strings , Stnura or otherwise . Circular .- anil Trice List sent free . AGENT...
Page 22 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 April 1884
CUnOTIIIIlin Lessons given by mail or prlyateh allUn I IIAIIUi by the Aurora Collcee of Shorthand IIS . Broadway , Aurora , III . Send for Circular . d . W . ROYElt , I llncipul . ( SEND FOR FREE CATALOGUE . , BartBtawS itu for the tirice ever made . Sold by ANDHUbOft , AilKIS __ CO .. No . 400 Liberty St ., Cincinnati , Ohio . A new book of instructions of 140 paffos on tho culture and habits of thixRreat pond lish for tho millions . Ihe exiiorionco nutl exi » riments o £ nearly 30 years of | iona and lake making , and fish culture . A book lor the practical man iu plain English . Mailed to any one , postage paid , on receipt of Ono Dollar . Also live German Carp and Goldfish rent by express . Send for Circular and Price List . Address GEO . FINXEY , 1 ittsbilitf , Pa . 11 / 1 lITm One Ladyor Gentleman , in every town WAN I Pll S -M a week and exiienses . Address IIfill I LUi SrtlERICAN PUBIIISIIINU CO . iy Xortli Tenth Street , Philadelphia . Pa . Pllll / CC Send me 3 ! 5 &...
Page 22 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 April 1884
The auove cm , illustrates our jtitiKiiuuc Beit . One of the grandest appliances ever made for Lame Back , Weakness of Spine , and any disease of tho Kidneys . This Belt will give relief in live minutes , and has never failed to cure Lame Back I It has no equal for Kidney Disease . It is nature s own power concentrated , and will do more good iu one hour than all other remedies will do in one week . It is tho crowning triumph of the nineteenth century 11 Whole families are often cured by wearing one Belt in turn . It gives off LIFE nnd WARMTH the moment it touches the body . We can refer to 1 , 00 ( 1 people now wearing this Belt . Never since Galalco has there been given to the world such a iiotential powei for curing disease as DR . THACHEltS MAGNETIC SHIELDS . We challenge the civilized world to produce the equal of this Jlognetic Belt for curing disease . Do not compare this Belt with tho bogus trash advertised ns Electric , etc . We have made the subject of Magnetism a life stu...