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Agents Wanted . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 19 December 1885
Agents Wanted . We want every subscriber to this paper to act as agent for us , to get us at least one new subscriber . You have had a fair sample now , in the four numbers issued by the new publishers , of what the paper will be throughout the year ; only we shall spare no pains to improve it , and make it more pratical and useful—just such a paper as every farmer needs to keep him well informed , in matters pertaining to his business , the current price of his products , and to furnish wholesome reading for his family . Try and persuade your neighbor to take it . By so doing you will do both your neighbor and us a favor , and we will compensate you liberally for your trouble , in accordance with our offer in November 15 th issue . We have very liberal terms to offer those who can devote considerable time to canvassing for us , by which money can be made . If you have any time on your hands write for further terms .
A Word From Utah . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 19 December 1885
A Word From Utah . TATLOBSVILLE , SALT LAKE CO ., UTAH , Dec . 11 , 1885 . EDITOB FABM , FIELD AND STOCMAN : I am very much pleased with the paper under your management . I desire to remain a permanent subscriber . Please send me word when my subscription expires , as I want to renew before that time . I can circulate one dozen copies of the FABM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN , if you feci like forwarding them . Wishing you every success I remain , GEO . M . SPENCEB . .
From a Neighbor . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 19 December 1885
From a Neighbor . The FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN comes out in a new dress , in a new home and much improved in every way under its new management , who give evidence at the start of their purpose tomake the journal bright , newsy , reliable and , in short , one of the very best of agricultural publications . Charles H . Howard is the editor , with Jonathan Periam and P . H . Jacobs as associates—all men of ability and large experience in this special field . Mr . James W . Wilson , the business manager , is well known to the Western farming community as the former business manager of the Western Rural . —Dairy World , Chicago .
A Christmas Present . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 19 December 1885
A Christmas Present . What better present can you make to a neighbor or friend than a copy of the FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN with its seed distribution ? Such a gift will remind him of the donor fifty-two times during the year , and as much of tner as he sees the beautiful flowers , or other sample products , the big watermelons , etc ., grown from the seeds . .
Current Events . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 19 December 1885
Current Events . CHICAGO . —A large committee has been appointed to give the Irish agitator , Parnell , a reception January 20 , 1880 . Mrs . Newberry , the widow of tho late Walter L . Newberry , the Chicago millionaire , died Wednesday night in Paris . This will leave one-half of the estate available for a public library on the North side . The entire estate is valued at $ 5 , 000 , 000 . The trustees are E . B . Biatchf ord and Wm . H . Bradley . The property has more than doubled under then- judicious management since the death of Mr . Newberry , some seven years ago . COIVCrRESSIOIVAIj . —The President has sent a large batch of appointments to the Senate . Some of those In Maine will be questioned on account of alleged bribery of some office-monger . —In the House considerable time was spent in discussing tho rules . Finally a new committee on rules was appointed consisting of the Speaker and Messrs . Eandall , Morrison , Eeed and Hiscock . The Senate referred to committees , j...
Premiums Due Subscribers From The Old Management . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 19 December 1885
Premiums Due Subscribers From The Old Management . We give place to the following communication from the former publishers , the old FARM , FIELD &amp; STOCKMAN Co ., in regard to the prizes awarded subscribers : HOWARD &lt;&amp; WILSON PUB . CO . : Gentlemen : —We have at last secured the stock of goods for which we have been waiting , to complete the distribution of prizes yet due from us to the old subscribers of the FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN , and you can say to them that all the mail packages have been sent and that all the express packages will be sent out this week . . All the more valuable awards including the watches to the first 1 , 000 renewals under the 50 cent offer made by us in July , were sent out before the paper was sold to you . We propose to keep our promise to the subscribers and our contract with you by sending something to every subscriber whose receipt wo have received or may receive up to January 1 st next , at which time we must clos...
What Is The "Economy Club ? [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 19 December 1885
What Is The Economy Club ? An organization which purchases goods direct from manufacturers , FOB MEMBERS ONLY , at wholesale prices . It gives members facilities for purchasing any article they may need at lower prices than we know of elsewhere . They save you about one-half on a list of over 700 books , musical merchandise , pianos , organs , clocks , silver plated knives and forks and spoons , clothes wringers , etc ., etc . About one-third on clothing , jewelry , including watches of any make , either gold , gold filled or coin silver cases , silver plated table castors and hollow ware , oil stoves , etc ., and from 15 to 25 per cent on groceries , etc . It will be seen that this secures for its members and for our subscribers , the advantages so long enjoyed by the members of the Grange through their purchasing agents . It is really upon the same principle . The Economy Club is managed with equal honesty and facilities . We have examined carefully into their mode of doing busine...
« Another Offer to Each of Our Readers . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 19 December 1885
« Another Offer to Each of Our Readers . With a sincere desire to benefit our readers we have arranged with the ECONOMY CLUB , of this city , to extend the benefits of its membershi p to our subscribers . This is to include renewals and to encourage new subscriptions , and , at the same time , confer a lasting benefit upon such of our readers as may choose to avail themselves of it . There is no scheme in it , no gift enterprise or lottery or anything by which you are to get something for nothing . We will . give a certificate of membership to every person who will renew his subscription or subscribe under any of our offers , In addition to our Seed Offer . Or , any person who has already renewed or subscribed for the coming year , can have the Certificate and an extra combination of seeds by sending us one new subscriber ; and the new subscriber will , also , be entitled to a certificate and seeds . The price of a membership in this club is ONE DOLLAR , and we cannot , under any ci...
Notes . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 19 December 1885
Notes . —Montana shipments are expected to aggregate 100 , 000 head of beeves this season . —The whisky ring are already moving to lobby Congress to reduce the tax on Whisky . Write your congressman against it . Cheap whisky is the poor man s poison . —A convention called at Denver January 20 , 1886 , will take into consideration the question of organizing an international Range Cattle and Horse Growers Association . —The officers elect of the Missouri Horticultural Society are ; President , J . C , Evans ; Vice-President , J , A . Durkes ; Secretary , L . A . Goodman : Treasurer , W . G . Grant . —Up to the 4 th inst ., we learn , through a friendly call from J , OB . Scobey Esq ., that the farmers of his county , Brookings , Dakota , have been able to plow continuously from day to day . —As showing the interest in improved stock , we learn that in addition to the short-horns , etc ., already contained there , seven pure Herefords have been introduced in the little town of Brooking...
Has Tried the Seeds . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 19 December 1885
Has Tried the Seeds . T a , ™ ,- LAKE QfBsYA , Wis ., Dec , 10 , 1885 . FTWZ .-J . ° S my subscription on the FABM , i ^ rfJl- ™ S TOCKMAN for 1886 . I was vrv S . mrSSfff 110 * V eartl * atyc « ba ™ give Rardenf ,, 8 , ? , 1 busin ?«? - I Have started to Aosomo ^ man JhSt f , re fl d -i w ?? Blad that * •* * found ab ? eSri ™ = fu T r 5 ls J 1 S . t i rell i bl 6 seeas at reasonawe prices , i had $ 5 worth of vegetable seeds which were all very good , without exception , even so tho ten kinds of potatoes . xour plain and honest way ot doing business recommends your paper to me , and I shall try to get you more subscribers . MICHAEL JENSEN . . I am highly pleased with the change in management of the FABM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN , Hh ^ Swayfb ^ gtT 6 ^ , 8 * * ¦ th ° UBh Oatawissa , Mo ., Dec . 7 , isa s . 0 RENSHAW *
A Sample of Many Letters . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 19 December 1885
A Sample of Many Letters . _ WESTMINSTEK , MASS ., Dec . 5 , 1885 . HOWABD AND WILSON PUBLISHING CO . : I am a subscriber to the FABM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN , and shall renew my subscription , taking advantage of your seed offer , which I consider tno most liberal offer ever made Toy any firm . I shall be pleased to help you to get new subscribers . If you will forward me fifteen or twenty copies of the paper , I shall be pleased to circulate them . ALFRED O . TILER . • . PORT HASTINGS , Nova Scotia , Nov . 30 , 85 . m ? 0 f A ? sr FlE * * D alld STOCKMAN - —I would wro to know If the seedi , given as a premium will be sent free of duty to Canada . Enclosed una stamp for answer . Jas . W . McQ . ANSWER : Yes .
The Hope for Missisippi . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 19 December 1885
The Hope for Missisippi . COTJNTH , Miss ., Dec . 1 , 1885 . HOWARD &amp; WILSON : —lam looking forward to the next issue of your next paper hopefully . The farming and stock raisins : crops need a good weekly and I fully believe after reading your last issue that the FABM , FIELD and STOOKMAV is the paper for this country . We could raise anything here that we need , and when my time is drawing to a close , I will renew , and should I have a few spare days , will try to get you up a club often or more . Will get a few anyway . I wish you all the success possible . Yours &lt; fco „ E . F . J .
Wants the Seeds . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 19 December 1885
Wants the Seeds . PALMXUA , III ., Dec . 12 , 1885 . MESSES . HOWABD &amp; WILSON ; I am a subscriber to the FABM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN . My time is about up , so I will renew by sending $ 1 . 50 to you to begin January 1 , 1886 . I am well pleased with the change that you have made In the paper . I have been trying to get up a club . I am anxious to get the seeds you send with the paper . I think you have made us farmers a grand good offer . It gives us a chance to improve our fields and gardens with improved seeds ; besides , I consider the paper cheap at $ 1 . 50 per year . If I succeed in getting a few subscribers I will send in their names and money . JOSEPH SHDH-AUGH .
$ 40 , 000 . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 19 December 1885
$ 40 , 000 . We have just rejected an advertisement offering $ 40 , 000 in gold as an award of premiums by a newspaper in a neighboring city . If such awards were ever honestly and honorably conducted , still they would be fostering the gambling appetite , and be more of a curse to those who were successful in drawing prizes than to those who failed .
Prohibiting American Pork , [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 19 December 1885
Prohibiting American Pork , The President of the United States thinks the restriction upon the importation of our pork into France , which continues , notwithstanding the abundant demonstrations of the absence of sanitary danger in its use , will , with a better understanding of the matter , probably be removed . In this connection the President also very pertinently says , that it would bo pleasing if we were able to state the same in relation to Germany and Austria , and some other European nations , where our animal products are absolutely prohibited ; and without governmental assurance that the prohibition will soon be lifted from the embargo .
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 19 December 1885
CHRISTMAS-TIDE . The gladsome hours of Christmas-tide Have sought our rock-bound shore . And every heart , with welcome smiles , Has opened wide its door . Dear ones long parted meet again Around the festal board , Each / Coming laden from the place Where joy and mirth are stored . The yule-logs burn right merrily Through all the happy hours . While Christmas trees , neath tender care , Have bloomed with wondrous llowers . The children carol on the earth To Him who reigns on high ; In loving words and loving deed Do each with others vie . E en merry old Saint Nicholas , With reindeer team and sleigh . From those whom he is wont to bless , Had many a help to-day ; Through growing age and falling strength , He fears some friend hell miss , So they who seek earth s lowly ones Thus bring him added bliss . Oh , gladsome hours of Christmas-tide I Life s sunny beach all know , When from the ocean-depth of love Sweet hope and joy now flow . May many a flood-tide more be thine , With all its...
YOUNG FOLKS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 19 December 1885
YOUNG FOLKS . SANTA CLAUS * BAG . Two little children in robes of white , — Four dimpled feet down the stairs by night ; Four bright eyes up the wide chimney look , See stocking hang from big iron hook . Hump little finger points straight before ; Now , Maggie , say , s pose he s hind the door ? Guess youll run f Oh 1 Ill tell you what , Mag , Old Santa Claus has left us his bag 1 BECKYS CHRISTMAS DREAM . LOUISA M . ALCOTT . All alone , by the kitchen fire , sat little Becky , for every one else had gone away to keep Christmas , and left her to take care of the house . Nobody had thought to give her any presents , or take her to anymerry-rna * r ** tng , or remembered that Christmas should be made a happy time to every child , whether poor or rich . She was only twelve years old—this little girl from the poorhouse , who was bound to work for the farmer s wife till sho was eighteen . Sho hod no father or mother , no friends or home but this , and as she sat alone by the fire , her li...