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Oaklahoma Cattle Kings . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 12 December 1885

Oaklahoma Cattle Kings . Once it was king cotton ; now it seems to be king cattle-company . This journal will be the last to depreciate the great industry of cattle growing . Its interests are not only important but they are closely interwoven with the development of vast sections of our western country . But at the same time they are consistent with the establishment of the frontier home . They need not conflict with the rights of the homesteader . The cultivator of the soil , the actual settler , the citizen who faces the hardships of the frontier , who locates the pioneer cabin , and breaks the fallow ground not only literly , to plant and sow , and obtain bread for his family but figuratively , in laying the foundations of counties , preparing the way for villages and cities , and opening up to the world the wealth of these hitherto unknown regions , —this man is a benefactor of his country and his race . It is he who has led the way for the cat-tle-industry itself . Vast capita...

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The Succession . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 12 December 1885

The Succession . Our nation has had warnings enough to make proper legal provision for a President in case of the death of those constitutionally elected . The present law would have been useless to prevent the disturbance of the publio mind , —not to hint at anything worse . It provides that when the President and Vice-President both die , or are permanently disabled for the duty , the President of the Senate , and , after him , the Speaker of the House shall become acting-president of the United States . But the forty-eighth Congress had adjourned with no president pro tempore of the Senate elected , and the term of Speakar Carlisle had expired with that body ; hence the dilemma . The present Congress will have no excuse for neglecting or even deferring the matter . Postponement is a worse thief with Congress than with individuals . It not only Bteals precious time , making the committees do the work over and over , but it steals our peace , safety and busi ness prosperity , by cr...

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Looks Like War . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 12 December 1885

Looks Like War . The movement of troops westward from Omaha and putting under orders to be ready to march , of the 10 , 000 men in the Department of the Platte , shows apprehensions of something serious . Their destination is kept an official secret . Gen . Howard said : I can give you no information . Our orders are that the public must have no inkling of what is occurring , as it is the desire that the soldiers reach their destination without their coming being foretold . But it is already known that the artillery was shipped for Fort Douglas . This is an unfortified fort four miles from Salt Lake . It commands the city and can easily be made into a strong earth-work . The dispatches from Salt Lake indicate great excitement . Deputy Marshal Collin shot one of four Mormons who assaulted him . He was removed to Fort Douglas for safety . The Mormon newspapers are incendiary and threatening , declaring : It is our imperative duty to protect ourselves , even if we have to use physical ...

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The Coal Monopoly . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 12 December 1885

The Coal Monopoly . Among the most grievous monopolies at present oppressing the people , and one having its ramifications extending all over the United States , is that which deals with the fuel that warms the poor and the rich man s home alike . The anthracite mines are in the hands of New York and Pennsylvania syndicates who , while they keep the miners at starvation wages , exact a most oppressive tribute from all who buy coal unless they be rich enough to buy in quantities in summer . The soft coal mine-masters , following suit , control each their local markets . Both dictate the out-put so as not to oppress the markets with too much fuel ; and the poor family has thus to pay in winter fifty per cent , over the price paid by consumers who buy in summer . Another villainy of many coal dealers is serving badly screened coal , or the mixing of coal of an inferior grade . It seems also a rule among mine owners that as much slate and shale shall be left in the coal as possible . Th...

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A Cheerful View . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 12 December 1885

A Cheerful View . It is a subject for congratulation to the farmers of the country that the Commissioner of Agriculture , in his annual report , deals with eminently practical subjects . His view of the general situation , both as to amount of product and prices , is less gloomy than would have , been predicted at the beginning of the year . The Commissioner advocates a more intimate relation between the several Agricultural and Experiment Stations and the Department of Agriculture . The several agricultural colleges are now working independently and without head . They should be the means by which the department can test seeds in the several States . The experiments in milling and working aoharine products by diffusion and carbonatation have been highly gratifying . It is conceded , however , that there remains economical difficulties which intefere with the mechanical working of the new process , to overcome which further experiments will be undertaken next year . This—the Chemica...

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A Slight Mistake . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 12 December 1885

A Slight Mistake . The Farmer ^ Beview good-naturedly calls attention to the following , which appeared in these columns : The Uttle island of Jersey , with a natural s « ll very Inferior , though rendered fertile by a high system of fanning , supports two cows , while thirty acres are required to support a steer on the plains . The omission of on one acre makes it appear as if the island of Jersey supported two cows only ; an instance of the barbarity of types . It is hardly to be supposed that any of our readers would not detect the error .

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Notes , [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 12 December 1885

Notes , —THE FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN was the only Agricultural paper of Chicago represented at the Farmer 1 Congress . —Mr . Dunham , of Burlington , la ., favors boycotting the butterine dealers : He says : Ship no butter to a merchant who handles butterine . —The Illinois State Horticultural Society is in session this week at Centralia . Next week we shall have some interesting matter to chronicle from the speakers and debaters present . —A telegram from El Paso says that the action of the St . Louis Cattle Convention has stiffened the backbone of the NewMexican cattlemen , and it is now confidently asserted that the quarantine against Texas cattle will not be removed during the winter . This probably will not be submitted to without protest , as several heavy Texas cattlemen own ranches in New Mexico and Arizona , which they stock from their home ranches in Texas . —The Signal Service is coming to be appreciated by the farmers . Instances were given , at the Farmers Congress , ...

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Current Events . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 12 December 1885

Current Events . CHICAGO . —In the count of votes in the mayoralty contest , Judge Smith has gained twenty-five votes up to date . Thirty milk dealers are being proseouted for selling adulterated milk . GENERA ! .. —A blizzard throughout Wisconsin , Michigan , Minnesota , Iowa , and Illinois , brought the first extreme cold of the season . The affairs of the Michigan & Ohio railroad company are in a bad condition . It owes $ 250 , 000 accrued interest whioh it is unable to pay . J . E . Chandler , the defaulting Ex-President of the Bnshnell Bank , has skipped to Mexico . He was under $ 10 , 000 bonds . Twenty-two steam and thirty-eight sailing vessels have been wrecked on the Lakes during the past season , involving a loss of $ 1 , 016 , 200 . A corner on broom corn is reported from New York . Two freight trains collided on the Fort Wayne , R . R . Both engines and five cars were destroyed and two persons injured . The Bank of Beutel < fc Co ., at Freedom , Pa...

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Farmer ' s Congress Personals . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 12 December 1885

Farmer s Congress Personals . —Col . Robert Beverly is a fine specimen of the Virginia gentleman-farmer . —Colonel Randolph Harrison , of Virginia , is a ready and accomplished debater . —J . Bookwalter , of Minnesota , was the • youngest delegate . He was , until recently , collector of customs at St . Vincent . —Hon . Edward Campbell , the delegate who was thought to resemble the late Vice-President , is United States marshal of Iowa . He is a clear thinker . —Col . Richard Waters , of Louisville , Ky ., has a farm of 5 , 000 acres . He has given much attention to grass seeds , and is an authority on that subject . —J . W . Flood is from Appomattox , and knows enough about horticulture to declare that the famous Grant-Lee appletree is not now to be found . —General Dibrell , ex-member of Congress from Tennessee , was a delegate . He farms about 2 , 000 acres . He is able , candid , and readily held a leading position in the Farmers Congress . —President Beverly believes in applied...

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THE FARMERS' CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 12 December 1885

THE FARMERS CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES . [ CONTINUED FROM PAGE 17 . J LOG ROLLING SCHEMES . President Beverly does not hesitate to call things by their right names . Referring to the advantages from the Signal Service , he said : Conceded to bo worth millions to the commerce of the United States , it cannot be extended by our wise legislators to benefit the agriculture of the United States , which furnishes that commerce , though we are 51 per cent of the whole population . Yet , through log-rolling schemes , they appropriate millions upon millions of the people s money to river and harbor improvements , utterly worthless without the products of agriculture to transport over and through them . The address was bristling with good points , and we may , in future , make other extracts . The main question is , shall we have a Secretary of Agrioulture in the Cabinet , through whose voice the larger national interests of agriculture shall compel a respectful attention , and a Bincere a...

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Notes at Farmer ' s Congress . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 12 December 1885

Notes at Farmer s Congress . —The members bear all their own expenses . —The Mayor made a brief address of welcome on Thursday . —It was noticeable how many grey heads were in attendance . —The New Dennison gave special reduced rates to delegates and was made headquarters . —One of the sights at Indianapolis was the unfinished State capitol , which , Mr . Conner declared , was to be the finest in the United States . —The weather was exceptionally fine during the entire session . The cold wave , with a slight fall of snow , came Friday night . —Hon . F . M . Heron , Secretary Indiana State Board of Agriculture , was present to extend the conveniences of his office to the delegates , which he did with easy courtesy . The sessions were in one of his rooms . —Col . Beverly stated that he had written over 3 , 200 letters for the Farmers Congress . His son was elected assistant secretary for the next two years . The farmers of this country cannot too highly appreciate the unselfish devoti...

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I 1 ] HiCflJ S fe WO LAOI [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 12 December 1885

I 1 ] HiCflJ S fe WO LAOI A BUILDERS * LESSON . BY JOHN BOYLE OBEILLEY . How shall I a habit break S As you did that habit make As you gathered , you must loose : As you yielded , now refuse . Thread by thread the strands we twist , Till they bind us , neck and wrist ; Thread by thread the patient hand Must untwine , ere free we stand ; As we builded . ^ stone by stone . We must toil , unhelped alone . Till the wall is overthrown . But remember as we try , Lighter every test goes by ; Wading in , the streams grow deep , Toward the center s downward sweep : Backward turn , each step ashore < Shallower ia than that before . Ah , the precious years we waste Leveling what we raised in haste ; Doing what must bo undone Ere content or love be won 1 First acrosB the gulf we cast Kite-borne threads , till lines ore passed , And habit builds the bridge at last 1 Character in Hair . There are four type colors of hairwhite , blonde , black and brown—and each of these has been sub-di...

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YOUNG FOLKS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 12 December 1885

YOUNG FOLKS . DICKIE IS DEAD . BESSIE UETWElIiEXt . IThe little girl of Winnetka , 111 ., who wroto the following versosf is only twelve years old , and had no idea that her Dickie would bo embalmed in print . But it 1 not safe to let tho editor of our-Children si Department see a good thing done by a child , nnlessit be intended to have it shared by all our vast family of youthful readers . ] Six persons around the fireside sat , Mother , with baby upon her lap , Janet , tho wise one , down on the floor , Bobby , the mischief , nearer tho door . The one next to Bobby was dear little Lill , Who was sometimes called dear little Jill ; Tho invalid father in Tho Fair , As the children called the big armchair . I m sorry , and Janet tnoughtfully shook her head , Im sorry poor little Dickie is dead , For this morning Bobby , Lillle and I— But then we never once thought hed die— Were playing with him as he hopped on tho floor , When wicked Tom jumped from behind the door And struck poor D...

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THE TWO DESTINIES [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 12 December 1885

THE TWO DESTINIES BV WII AKII > COIiI . IlV 8 . AUTHOR OP WOMAN IN WHITE , NEW MAGDALEN , MOONSTONE . ETC . Dame Dermody got slowly on her feet , and looked at him with a stern scrutiny . It has come , she said to herself . It looks with the eyes—it will speak with the voice—of man . My father broke the silence that followed , addressing himself to the bailiff . You see , Dermody , he said , hero is my Bon in your cottage—when he ought to be in my house . Ho turned and looked at me as I stood with my arm round little Mary , patiently waiting for my opportunity to speak . George , he said with the hard smile which was peculiar to ii im ! when he was angry and was trying to hido It yoa are making a fool of yourself there . Leave that child and come to me . Now , or never , was my time to declare myself . Judging by appearances , I was still a boy . Judging by my own sensations , I had developed into a man at a momeut s notice . Papa , I Baid , I am glad to see you home agai...

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LITERATURE . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 12 December 1885

LITERATURE . BOOK NOTICES . — The Young Wild-Fowlers is one of Harry Oastlemans popular Rod and Gun stories . We pity the boy who cannot enjoy them . They tell of the wholesome out-of-door sports in a way to bring the flush of pleasure to the cheek of a live boy and cultivate his taste for healthy good times . Phila .: Porter & Coates . —Among the beautiful new holiday books for children is Children s Stories in American History , by Henrietta Christian Wright . This book is resplendent in an artistio cover of red and gray . Its oontents are equal to ii . s appearance . The stories are written in an easy style , beginning with Ancient America and The Mouud Builders and covering all the principal points ol history , to the War of the Revolution . It is calculated to give children a taste for history and will prove a pleasant way for the old folks to refresh their memories . New York : Chas Scribners Sons . Chicago : Jansen , MoClurg & Co . FUNK AND WAGNALS bel...

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Magazines . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 12 December 1885

Magazines . —The Century for January will have an article describing an attempt to make an artificial crossing between wheat and rye . The object is to produce a new cereal for bread-stuffs . —Vicks Magazine always comes bright and readable in its text , as it is elegant in its illustrations and make-up . It is correct , practical and handsome enough for the center table of any family . Among the many good things in the December number are : The Orchards of Illinois : The Gentians ; Holiday Decorations , and the Lawn and its Embellishments . —Harpers for December sustains its character for literary merit and artistio make-up . This number is especially fine , even for a holliday edition . Two art papers , with twenty-one illustrations delight the eyes , and are interesting to all . William Black , the novelist , this time has given us a poem . Among other things of especial worth are The Ritee ianhars , by Edwin Arnold ; A Winter Walk , with illustrations , by W . H . Gibson ; Way D...

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Books Received . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 12 December 1885

Books Received . BAMESES TBE GBEAT , or Egypt 3 , 300 Years Ago . Translated from the French of F . DeLanqye . Illustrated . New York : Chas . Scribner s Sons . Chicago : Jansen , McClurg & Co . PERSONALMEHOIES OF V . S . GHANT . In two volumes . Vol , I , New York . Charles L . Webster & Co . SIMPLE LESSONS FOB HOME USE . NO . 1 . ODE BODILY LIFE . By Mrs . Fenwick Miller , eto . New York ; Thomas Whittaker . SIMPLE LESSONS FOR HOME USE . No . 2 . COOKERY . Bv J . C . Buckmastcr , B . A ., etc . New York : ThomRB Whittaker . SIMPLE LESSONS FOR HOME USE . NO . 3 . AIR ASD VENTILATION . By Mrs . Fenwick Miller , etc . New York . Thomas Whittaker . SIMPLE LESSONS FOB HOME USE . NO . 4 . BIRDS . By Bev . F . 0 . Morris , etc . New York : Thomas Whittaker . CHILDREN S STOBIES TIT AMERICAN HISTORY . By Henrietta Christian Wright . Illustrated by J . Steeple Davis . New York : Chas . Scribner s Sons ; Chicago : Jansen , McClurg & Co . THE WONDERS OF THE...

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QAA Imported Embossed Scrap Pictures , by OVIS moif , only 10 c . NationalCardCo ., Camdcn . N . J . Kf \ Ohromo or 25 Hidden Name Cards , name on , 10 c . 0 \ J Samples A terms , 4 c CrownPtg . Oo ., Northford , Ct . On Gold Edge Hidden Nnmo Cards and new U \ J Sample Book , 10 c . Hub Card Co ., Boston , Mass . OAO , secures my receipe to make the best shaving U VSoap ever used . NORMAN COX , Winchester , Ind . AVE YOU HEARD ? As the Wheal Goes Slowly Bound . —Pine new song , 40 cts . WM . A . MAY , Box 3442 , New York , H . Y . ( AUDI C DIM . containing 51 samples of New Cards OAmrLC DUUr . for 6 c to pay postage . CENTEE3 P Xt . 3 E 1 3 E » I BROOK CABD CO ., Centerbrook , Ct . 1 f \ f \ Scrap Book Pictures , 10 c .: 100 Transfer Pio luU tures , 10 c . ; 20 new Chromos , 20 c ; or the lot for 25 o . Agents Wanted . H . C . HOWELL & CO ., KnUand , Vt . WAIITCIs LADIES AND GENTLEMEN whe HH I EUIsh to make t ) 8 to » 4 aday easily at their own homes . Work sent by mail ...

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 12 December 1885

BOOKS at WHOLESALE To the readers . Send for catalogue , BENNETT BROS ., Slnple Park , IU . COLMMS RURAL WORLD . The oldost and best Agricultural Weekly in the West . Founded by HON . NOHMAK J . COLMAN . Subscription pi ice $ 1 . 50 per year . Sample copy sent free . Send your name and also your neighbors on a postal card at once to C . D . COLMAN . St . Louis , Mo . THE DEVIL has a firm hold on the man whose wife cant cook . We want better cooks and lots of them . THE HOUSEKKEPEn is doing its best to make them . $ 1 . 00 per year , Ihe liveliest , spiciest and best home paper in tne country . If you dont believe it SfcNI ) 10 CENTS and get THE HOUSEKEEPER THREE MONTHS ffree except cost of postage and mailing ) with New Premium List , offering 500 beautiful premiums . New Floral Premiums every month . Circulation HO . OOO . For 8 SS ? S . 5 MS B . JJ . n J ! Bna ono bul » o Wito Itoman Hyacinth . BUCKEYE PUB . <! 0 ., itliiineniiollH . IHiiin . Mention the Farm , Field nn...

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