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FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 26 December 1885
FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN . Published Weekly . Subscription Price , $ 1 . 50 per year , In advance , including our Free Seed Distribution to each subscriber . Single numbers , five cents . Subscription ** may be sent direct to tho office , or given to any Postmaster or Subscription Agent . Changes . —Subscrlb TS wishing to change their Fosfcofflco address must send their former as well as the address to which they wish their paper sent Remittances . —Money may be sent at our ri- k by postal note , money order , express order , ui a registered letter , or by draft payable in New York or Chicago , or by express . Correspondence . —We invito corresponilence on subjects or interest to our readers , for either tho Farm or Home Deuartmen s . but respectfully request that all such articles shall be short and concise . Please write on one side of paper , and put business matters on seporate sheet . Discontinued . —Tho FABM , FIELD AND S TOCKMAN is a » ay discontinued at tho expiration of th...
Our Economy Club Offer . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 26 December 1885
Our Economy Club Offer . The Economy Club is an institution in this eitjr , organized for the purpose of buying all kinds of goods , such as groceries , dry goods , clothing , boots and shoes , clocks , watches , jewelry , books , musical instruments , lumber—in fact , all kinds of merchandise direct from manufacturers , . jobbers or wholesalers at wholesale prices . The price of a membership is one dollar a year to defray the necessary office expenses and to compensate the purchasing agent for his time . We are members of this club ourselves , and are effecting a great saving in our household expenses thereby . It combines all the advantages so long enjoyed by the Grange through their purchasing agencies in the large cities . Mr . Mulford , the manager of the club , is an expert managing agent , and has arrangements with the different manufacturies and wholesale houses , so that he can purchase for members of the club almost any article they may want . Ave consider our subscribers ...
A Parliament for Ireland . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 26 December 1885
A Parliament for Ireland . It is a stormy time in English politics —; perhaps we should say squally . Nothing is settled . The Tories never favored any concessions to the Irish . Some had thought that , inasmuch as they had profited by a quasi alliance with them in the late elections , they would turn toward them a warmer side . Not so . The cabinet , in a recent meeting , not only refused to have anything to dowithParnellites , but were more determined than ever in their expressions against giving Ireland legislative independence . They even developed a scheme , if we may credit the cable reports , for the extinction of local self-governments in Scotland , Wales and England . This looks like taking up the gauntlet that Gladstone has just cast at their feet . The sturdy old statesman is reported to have written , as Privy Councilor , to the Queen , on the subject of a Parliament for Ireland . The London News say # : Perhaps the best beginning would be to leave the Imperial Parliamen...
Taxing Railroad Lands . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 26 December 1885
Taxing Railroad Lands . The telegraph announces that there has been some agitation in Northern Dakota on this subject . Some of the village and other local authorities cannot quite see why the Northern Pacific Railway Company should not bear its tall share of the taxes . As soon as a homesteader owns his farm he must help pay the expenses of the county and State or Territory . If a citizen owns a village lot he is taxed , whether a resident or not . It seems that the Northern Pacific , like some other railway companies , has managed to avoid payment of local taxes . Precisely how this has been done does not appear . It might have been by refusing to take out their patent from the Government and so permitting the title to remain in the United States . This course might have some justification until the country begins to be settled up , and improvements , like roads , countybuildings and the machinery of local government , begin to be needed . As soon as the appliances of civil societ...
The Cattlemen and Education . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 26 December 1885
The Cattlemen and Education . Gov . Ireland , of Texas , has issued a proclamation declaring that the whole power of the State will be employed to punish those persons who have been cutting fences in Jackson , Burnett and other counties . The governor offers a reward of $ 100 for the arrest and conviction of any one found cutting or injuring the feyeing of another ; and $ 50 for the ar- * es J a ** d punishment to the full extent of tho law , of any one unlawfully inclosing or using school , university or asylum lands . It is not to be supposed that our friends of the mammoth cattle companies have been sending any of their Texas steers to school or to the university , or even committing the crazy ones to an asylum . It is merely the appropriation to the use of grazing , of lands set apart by the government in aid of schools . The proceeds from the sale of these lands were intended to constitute a fund for the support of State asylums , institutions of learning and public schools . D...
University of Illinois . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 26 December 1885
University of Illinois . We are pleased to have a line from Prof . George E . Morrow , Dean of the College of Agriculture , University of Illinois , in which he states that the instruction in the College of Agriculture of the University of Illinois , for the winter term , opening January 6 , 1886 , is so arranged that it will be , practically , a Farmers Institute for eleven weeks , open to any fairly intelligent young man . Daily lectures will be given on general farm management , breeding and management of live stock , and diseases of animals , with use of the University library and museums . It is a matter of congratulation both to the University and the public that the chair of veterinary science , lately vacated by Dr . Prentiss , has been filled by the appointment of Dr . D . MIntosh , of Kingston , Ontario . The University , under Regent Peabody , is moving on most satisfactorily towards a complete equipment of its various departments . &gt;
Reforming or Overturning ? [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 26 December 1885
Reforming or Overturning ? The dissatisfaction with United States Land Commissioner Sparks seems to be not only widespread but based upon several different matters His unique ruling , as to the measurement of railway grants , is fully treated by a communication from Citizen on our first page . This , if sustained , not only deprives the railway companies of thousands of acres in our different western States and Territories , but in the clouding of titles and disarranging of boundaries long since es tablished , will work great detriment to the settlers . Should the Commissioner reply that the railway companies are bound to warrant and defend the titles they give , and that consequently the settler should seek redress from the company , still there remains the great inconveniences and even loss arising from a clouded title . And supposing the railway , companies , in general , should stand ready and . willing to make good all deficiencies without any expenses of litigation to the sett...
Merry Christmas—Happy New Year . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 26 December 1885
Merry Christmas—Happy New Year . Since the birth of our Saviour , Christmas has been hailed over the civilized earth as an event of joy , praise and thanksgiving for the advent of God on earth . With the rising of the sun in the Orient , until its setting on the shores of the Pacific , every Christian home , every cathedral , church and place of Christian meeting ; in every home , however humble , the choral and the song of praise will be heard . Children will be made happy with Christmas gifts of good Santa Claus . Christmas trees will blossom for a day , and the older members of the family will rejoice in g ifts of love one to the other . It is indeed Merry Christmas , the forerunner of the happy New Year , The true Christmas spirit is communicative . It is to be hoped that every household within the neighborly circle , will be cheered by some kind deed or some unostentatious gift . Let no cottage be neglected . Let the good cheer be contagious . The FABM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN will...
Eighty Replies . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 26 December 1885
Eighty Replies . DB * PETBO S OFFICE , Opera House ., Chicago . . HOWABD &amp; W ILSON PUB . Co ., GENTLEMEN —I am pleased to assure you that of the many first-class mediums I advertise in , the FABM , FIELD AND SIOCXMAN is among the very best in bringing to us satisfactory returns . Eighty replies have been received from a single insertion , and every mail brings more . Very respectfully yours , F . H . PEIBO , M . D .
Everybody ' s Paint-Book . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 26 December 1885
Everybody s Paint-Book . As we have been receiving so many m .- quiries for this excellent instruction book on the art of painting houses , barns , implements , etc . We have secured a supply , and can now furnish them at the regular price of $ 1 each , postpaid ; or we will present one to any one of our readers who will send us two subscriptions besides his own renewal . Each subscriber will also be entitled to seeds and , if desired , a membership in the Economy Club . See advertisement on page 64 . ,
All of One Kind . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 26 December 1885
All of One Kind . ISLE LA MOTT , Deo . 17 , 1885 . HowABD &amp; WILSON PUB . CO ., Dear Sirs : Please let me know whether you would ¦ send me twenty packets of one kind of seed , or not I would like twenty packets of Mammoth Silver King onion ; or what part of a pound would you send in one package ? Also if I could pick four or five kinds of seeds aud get the twenty packets of the kinds I pick out ? Please address , M - *&gt;¦ E - ANSWEB : Yes , we will send twenty packets *) f one kind preferred , or you can pick out four or five packets of a kind , making twenty in all . The packets will contain the usual amount put in by seedmen . We will further say that the above onion seed cannot be bought at retail for less than ten cents a packet—a total cost of $ 2 . . , »¦¦¦¦ , -- •
Seed Inquiries , etc . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 26 December 1885
Seed Inquiries , etc . LYNN , N . Y ., DEC 14 , 1885 . H OWABD &amp; WILSON PUB . CO .:-I have received the back numbers of the F ABM , FIELD AND S TOCKMAN , and December 5 th . Very much pleased with the paper and the style of Its dress , Sid shall try to extend its circulation Imre as much as I can I sent one dollar in June last for the FABM , FIELD AND S TOCKMAN , and didnt get the paper half the time until you tilled the back numbers . I shall renew as boon as my subscription is out or before . I shall select some seeds that I want soon , as soon as lean get some others to join . WAUPUN , Wis ., Dec . 12 , 1885 . J W . WILSON : —I have bought most of my potato seed of you for the past two years , and BO far found it strictly pure and good . I now write for your terms on quite a quantity of the wry earliest two kinds of seed potatoes you have , You speak very highly of the Early Sunrise potato . I would like to get seed enough to plant about five acres . And to get the hi...
The Michigan State Orange . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 26 December 1885
The Michigan State Orange . At the late session of the Michigan State Grange held at Grand Rapids , worthy master C . G . Luce presiding . Secretary J . T . Cable , Kalamazoo , reported 352 active granges in the State . The membership aggregates $ 15 , 000 . The receipts for the year were $ 7 , 900 , and disbursements $ 8 , 713 . The drive-well patent case is still pending and with $ 1 , 400 left in the defense fund . Lectum Mayo , Battle Creek , endorsed the work of the agricultural colleges generally , and also the movement in favor of Cabinet representatiohin the interests of agriculture . The executive committee reported , among other things , recommending members of the order to pay royalty on the springtooth harrows , until the case now pending is settled .
Magnetic Appliances . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 26 December 1885
Magnetic Appliances . COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA ., Dec . 17 . HOWABD &amp; WILSON PUB . CO .:-I notice ln vour paper the advertisement of the Chicago Marmetic Shield Co ., No . G Central Music Hall , ^ fconcem reliable , *^ h ^&gt; ^ JSlf Mtto Shields , Jackets , etc ., do what they clata £ £ ANSWER : This company is reliable . Dr Thatcher , who is at the head or it , has made magnetism , as a healing force , a life study . We are acquainted with many people who are wearing his appliances , who express themselves as greatly benefited thereby , and we have examined hundreds of letters in his office from customers who speak of them m unqualified terms of praise . Dr . Thatcher is a courteous and honorable gentleman , and no one need hesitate to communicate with him . . •
Inquiries . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 26 December 1885
Inquiries . , EAST E LKPORT , Ia „ Dec . 19 , 1885 . FABM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN :-Will you please inform me if Western Lace Mfg . Co . of 218 State street , Chicago , whose advertisement appeared in your paper of December 12 , are reliable ? I wish to work for them , and am a poor woman , not able to risk losing the $ 3 they require as deposit . You will do me a favor as I am anxious for the work . ^^ ^^ ANSWER : If we did not think them reliable , their advertisement would not appear in our columns . * - ¦ Helen Rollston Called For . A PRESENT OP A COPY TO OUR READERS . WELLINGTON , SUMNEB Co ., KAN ., Dec 18 , 1885 . MBEDITOB -Iseat myself to ask you if you have got the stbryof Helen Rollston inaIjook to soil vet ; if you have please write to me and teU me the price , as I want so get the story . ANSWER : We have a few copies left , which we will send postpaid for 831 . cents each , or we will present a copy to anyone who will send us another subscription with his own , at $ 1 . 50...
Current Events . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 26 December 1885
Current Events . PERSONAL— Gen . Toombs , of South Carolina , is dead . David Whitney , the associate of Joseph Smith , the founder of the Mormon Church , Is on his death bed . The president has nominated Gen . Franz Sigel to be pension agent at New York City . B Gratz Brown ; ExGovernor of Missouri , who ran for Vice with Greely in 1872 , is dead . J . W . Daniels is the new U . S . Senator from Virginia . CONGRESSIONAL—Senator Hampton , of South Carolina , introduced a bill making tt unlawful for a Senator or Representative to recommend or . solicit appointments to office . The recommendation of the committees on a change of rules to the House of Representatives was accepted , with the addition of a clause by Congressman Adams , of Illinois , on additional appropriations . The bill granting a pension to the widow of Gen . Grant was passed yesterday without debate . The Hoar Presidential Succession Bill has passed the Senate , but is strongly opposed in the House . OErVEHAL .-The B...
Editorial Notes . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 26 December 1885
Editorial Notes . —The wheat blockade at Minneapolis continues . —Neither Eade s jetties nor any of the other costly improvements of the Mississippi have done much good . The navigation is not as safe as fifty years ago . —The F ARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN will commence next week a series of short articles on fallows , f allow crosses , and rotation in reference to the cultivation of wheat . —A toad has been cut out of a hard maple tree near Lawrence , Kan ., where it is supposed to have been a prisoner for 100 years . The toad is as chirp and lively as in the days when it was a toadlet . —The Chicago Tribune , referring to Dakota , says this youngest daughter is going to be one of the beauties of the family , and thinks that though she may get nothing in her stocking this Christmas , the shocking will not be taken down . —Care should be taken to teach the farm animals good habits , and under no circumstance allow anyone on any circumstance to teach them bad habits . A kicking horse or...
Accurate Tests in Contagions Diseases . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 26 December 1885
Accurate Tests in Contagions Diseases . Would it not be a good thing for the country at large , for the agricultural department at Washington to continue investigation in the direction of elucidating the extent , direction , and life of the virus of contagious diseases of animals . The information so far has been valuable in a scientific sense , but principally in the direction of microscopic work , as to forms , etc ., of life found in connection with disease . One question of importance would be whether these microscopic germs are the effect or the cause of a disease . So far it seems mere theory and unsettled . In England according to late action of the Royal Agricultural Society , reports on foot-and-mouth disease , although encouraging , gave nothing definite as to how the outbreaks had occurred , although inquiries have been going on there for ten years as to the transmission of disease by germs , Eminent men concurred with the generally expressed idea that it was necessary to...