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Registry of Stock . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 May 1884
Registry of Stock . A register is the safeguard of purity and an indispensable necessity with all breeders . It must be infallible and reliable , and to be of service must have uo omissions nor contain more than that which is needed to make it perfect . The farmers understand that fact , and are desirous that all classes of stock bo registered , eacli breed to itself , and under its own appropriate classification , but breeders , who should be wiser , have failed to see the ill effects of confining certaiu strains of particular breeds to registry lists that exclude some animals while admitting others whose claims for admission are no greater . Wc have examples of several registry lists of sheep , and of the same breeds . Why the Merino sheep breeders of Vermont should refuse to register animals descending from the same source as thoso already enumerated in their catalogue is more than some can conjecture , and what necessity can arise to induce the publication of several Merino Hock...
Gambling in Products . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 May 1884
Gambling in Products . Those who buy and sell wheat on the stock boards are of a class that exist through the necessities of others . They do uot produce a bushel of grain nor manufacture a barrel of flour , and yet they depress or buoy tho market iu any manner they desire . They crush down thou sands during their operations , and inflict inestimable damage to the country at large . Their trade should either be legitimate or bo suppressed . No good can result from such systems , nor can every one make fortunes in such operations . While a few reach the top , they do so by trampling down to a certain extent every class of individuals that are in any manner , directly or indirectly , Influenced by their conduct . Wc are uot disposed here to discuss the operations of stock gamblers , but we wish to impress upon farmers the fact that , whether wheat goes up or down through the tricks of stock brokers , the number of bushels in actual existence cannot be lessened . In vain may they decla...
The Barbed Wire Conflict . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 May 1884
The Barbed Wire Conflict . In Iowa the farmers have gained their point , the supreme court deciding that the reissued patents on barbed wire , granted to Glidden aud Kelley , are invalid . This is a very important decision , as it prevents the manufacture of barbed wire being confined to certain parties , and enables the farmers to build cheaper fences , aud iu any manner they prefer . One thing to be noticed particularly in the struggle was the determination of both parties to get control of barbed wire . Large sums wore expended on both sides , the farmers voluntarily contributing to defend themselves , while the manufacturers , knowing that they had millions to gain if they succeeded , were in no manner timid or stingy in pushing their side of the case . The best lawyers were procured , and the contest became bitter on both sides . The farmers , however , have been taught a lesson . They succeeded by co-operative effort , and as they found cooperation so beneficial in the barbed ...
Good Words From Advertisers . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 May 1884
Good Words From Advertisers . WE THINK tho FARM , FIELD AND FIRESIDE is a good medium for advertising agricultural implements . HIRAM HOLT * Co . East Wilton , Franklin Co ., Me ., March 15 . WE HAVE received a great many inquiries through your medium , and so far are well pleased with our venture with you . UNION Mr ... Co . Toledo , Ohio , Feb . 29 , 188-1 . WITH our experience in advertising , we consider the FARM , FIELD AND FIRESIDE one of tho very- best mediums that we have ever used . POWELL &amp; DOUGLAS . Waukegan , III ., Feb . 2 i &gt; , 1 S 84 . CORRESPONDENTS replying to our advertisement mention the FARM , FIELD AND FIRESIDE more frequently than they do any other publication . HIRAM SIBLEY . V : CO . Rochester , N . Y ., March 1 , 1881 . I REGARD vour paper as the most desirable medium for advertising in the United States . Am highly pleased with it . Your circulation must be immense . EWALD OVER . Intlianapolis , Feb . 29 , 1884 . OUR adv . in your pap...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 May 1884
Conducted by Adonis . Original contributions and solutions are solicited from all readers of FARM , FIELD AND FIRESIDE . Items of interest pertaining to Puzzledom will be gl » dly received . Obsolete words must not be used . Address all communications to HERMAN BEYER , 576 Market St ., Newark , N . J . AUSWERS TO ri ; z _ L _ sj [\ mmvm mm 1 . The season is backward ( The c s on is back ward ) . 2 . Unitable . 0 . P S . C PAD TAT CAEED TAPIR CARAMEL CAPITOL PAP , AS IT IC TITLE PARA SELENAE ROE DEMILUNES L DETENTS 4 . Disproportionate . LINES 5 . Spool-stand . CAS SIT 10 . Pal-pit-ate . DINES 11 . Cap-rice . SINUSES 12 . MArfTIC SINUATION ANCONE TESTONE SCARFS SEINE TOPOUS SOE INFUSE N CESSER 7 . Laurel . 13 . Of-ten . 8 . Slip . 14 . FARM , FIELD AND FIRESIDE . 15 . Rat-tan . WORD HUNT . For the ten largest lists of words formed from the letters contained in the word A-D-O-N-I-S and received at this office ( 570 Market St ., Newark , N . J . ) on or before June 30 , 1884 , we will ...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 May 1884
DISEASES OF THE BLADDER AND KIDNEYS have al ways been potent factors in the reaping of Deaths harvest . No matter of what nature or how long standing these complaints may be , sure and speedy relief is offered in Smiths Extract of Mayflower . The many cures effected by this remedy have gained for it a world-wide popularity . None need suffer , save those who refuse to be relieved . If you would know just exactly what is meant by the term BRIGHTS DISEASE , and how U ) cure it , inclose a two cent stamp with your address to S . B . SMITH &amp; BRO ,. Covington Ky .
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 May 1884
AFTER DINNER . Persons who suffer from Indigestion can arrest the progress of that painful nniludv by the use of an after-dinner pill , so composed that it will give tone to the stomach , prevent heartburn , rouse the liver to healthful action , invigorate the kidneys , and thus , through the activity of these organs , promote the natural movement of the stomach and bowels . AVER S PILLS are so compounded that their action , though mild , effectually produces the above results . They also , in curing Constipation , remove the cause of Biliousness , Liver Complaint , Kidney Disease , Rheumatism , aud many other serious ailments . AYERSPILLS contain no mineral nor poisonous substance , aud do not gripe unless the bowels are irritated , and even then their influence is healing . To continue their effect in constipated or chronic cases , they need only be taken iu diminishing instead of increasing doses . For seamen , and inhabitants or travelers in sparsely settled countries where phys...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 May 1884
A CAROL . Brcoi . ERwr . i-:. no yon ask what the birds sayt The spairoiv , the dove . The Unneland thrush suy , [ love ! and [ love . In the winter they re silent , the wind is so strong : If //«_ it says I dont know , but it sings a loud song . Hut green leaves and blossoms and sunny , wiirm weather A nd singing and loving , all come back together . Hut the lark is so brimful of gladness and love—Tlie green fields below htm , the blue skies aboveThat lie sings , and he sings , and forever slugs he . _ love my love , and my love loves me . The Winged Travelers . BY HELEN 8 TANNARD . The Song-thrushes had company , their Uncle and Aunt Oliveback from the north , who had called expressly to inform them that to-morrow their cousins Tawny-thrnsh would pass on their way southward , and hoped they would join their party . Of course we will , said Mrs . Song-thrush decidedly , and that settled the matter . So , early next morning they were all in a great twitter of preparation . Papa Song...
From an Autibiography . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 May 1884
From an Autibiography . LEAF n . In spite of mutual confidences and thrilling narratives , life at the dog store was exceedingly dull , uot only to the frolicsome pups but also to every canine of ambition and intelligcuce . i . We had many visitors ! / every day , and customers ( were not lacking , espei cially for coach dogs , then in the height of fashion . But I never saw any lady Unside the place till one dark February afternoon , as I lay hslf asleep , dreamtog of rats , the door suddenly opened and she walke d in—a real lady , I saw at a glance . Every dog opened its eyes to their widest extent , and most of us stretched a courtesy involuntarily . A few ill-bred creatures gave vent to a bark or growl , but master cast his warning glance around and then advanced respectfully to meet the new comer . The lady was not young , for wrinkles crossed her face and there was no color in her faded cheeks , but she looked real nice , and in spite of her prim ways any one could see she had...
The Old Bears . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 May 1884
The Old Bears . A FABLE FliOM THE GEItMAN . A pair of old bears , finding that their life of robbery paid them but poorly , concluded to beg for a living , so they went to the dwelling of an ape and asked for bread . Wo hope , said they , that yon will hear us so kindly and supply our wants so willingly , that we shall not wish to return to the rude manners of our wild cousins in the forest , who take what they need by force . O be silent , said the wise ape ; were your teeth but sound , your limbs strong and your eyes bright , you would to-day be robbers as your wild cousins in the forests are . Here is a loaf of bread , but have done with your boasting , and do not make a virtue of your weakness ! A GENEUATION . —In chronology , the interval between the birth of a father and the birth of his child . Thirty-three years are allowed as the average length of a generation . A SMALL boy listened attentively to the scriptural narrative describing how Sampson tied firebrands to the tails ...
FALSELY ACCUSED OR , Helen Rolleston ' s Lover . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 May 1884
FALSELY ACCUSED OR , Helen Rolleston s Lover . The Most Interesting and Fasci nating Story Ever Written . BT CHA 11 LES ItEADE . SYNOPSIS . The reader is introdueed to merchant Wardlaw and son—the former the head of an old and honored mercantile establishment m X _ ondon . a man of . strict integrit } , and hard as iron ; the latter a fast young man , has juKt passed the Oxford examination under the severe tutoring of his intimate friend , the Rev . Robert Penfold . The _ n has led a fast life at college , gambled and in debt , and hopes to take up his father s cmsiuess and pay his own urgent obligations . The son ifl a remarkable imitator with pencil and pen . A note for two thousand pounds signed by Wardlaw , Sr .. and endorsed by Penfold . has been disminted by a bill broker , and found to be a forgery . Penfotd is arrested , found guilty , and sentenced to penal servitude in Australia . The son , Arthur Wardlaw , meantime falls madly in love with General Rolleston s daughter Hel...
MOOX-STIiUCK . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 May 1884
MOOX-STIiUCK . AXSIK L . JACK . Oh , why are your eyes so shining , Aiul why are your cheeks so red . And your naive with joy o * erjlowing . To the girl I loved I said . She smiled in my fa e serenely . And answered with eyes still bright , ••/ went for a walk by the river . And saw the new moon last night . / had In my hands the blossoms Of summer you gave to me . And J wished—but Twill not tell you Just who I was wishing lo ,, « .. •• Do tell me . / solemnly tjtiesuoned . She laughed as a . voting i jirl tan ; Oh . you dont know hmr lo be merry . I ou re suck a dignified man . I whtspereil . I cannot be happy Without you , my life , my star : * She . jlidiMj away through lhe shadows . Said mockingly , how moon-struck you are . But I followed her down to tlie willows , TI .. * . _ the young moon sank slowly from sitj / it : At last she said - Yes ** to my question . And nttifiit-strtick Trebeen since that night .
A BITTER TRIAL [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 May 1884
A BITTER TRIAL BY A . E . H . Better to die heart-br ken of Jove than live without it . Lois , you dont mean to say you are going to many that Colby after all ? Well , he s a persevering fellow , I do declare ! Lois Hathaway blushed rosy red , and her blue eyes drooped as she replied In an embarrassed manner . You see , he wouldnt take no for an answer . Old Mr . Mason chuckled . I thought as much last summer when I used to sit on the piazza and watch you two out under the trees , or down on the beach . But what about thc other one ? Oh , I broke off with him some time since , said Lois , in confusion . Her grandfather laughed outright as he patted her on the shoulder . Well , well , my dear , I m glad of it . Frank Marston was no great shakes , anyhow , but young Colby i 3 an ambitions , enterprising lad , smart enough even for my pretty little Lois . When is the wedding to be ? In thc dim future , I guess , answered the girl , sadly Griswold is poor , you know . Well , he has a fi...
IMP LOR A PACE . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 May 1884
IMP LOR A PACE . . V . M . Fauld the wee claes An lay them doon . The dress an snood An the braided slioon . My e * en be dry As simmer dust Icanna pray Icanna weep Tcanna trust . At set o sun I shall He doon , Fauld dreesome hands My breast aboon . My white head stane Shall greet the light Eer fa again . The derle night .
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 May 1884
PY / EMiA Is the most virulent form of blood-poison-ing . Less speedilv fatal , but not less certainly so . is the vitiation of thc blood of which the first symptoms are Pimples , Sties , Boils , and Cutaneous BrupI tions . When tlie taint of Scrofula gives warning of its presence by such indications , no time should be lost in using AYEK S SARSAPARILLA . the only perfect anil reliable medicine for the purification of lhe blood . SCROFULA Is a fou ! corruption in the blood that rots out all the machinery of life . Nothing will eradicate it from the system aud prevent its fran . siiii . ssioi ) to offspring but AVER S SARSAPAKILLA . This preparation is also the only one that will cleanse the blood of Mercurial poison and the taint of Contagious Diseases . I __ overished blood is productive of AN / EMIA , A wretched condition indicated by Pallid Skin , Flaccid Muscles , Shattered Nerves , and Melancholy . Its first symptoms are Weakness , Languor , Loss of Nerve Force , and Mental Dej...
Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 May 1884
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Page 22 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 May 1884
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