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DO NOT FORGET ' ¦ " ¦ ' ' ¦ [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885
DO NOT FORGET ¦ ¦ ¦ when vonr business calls you to Kansas City , St . Joseph , Atchison , Des Moines , Omaha , Lincoln , Denver , Sail Francisco or any point in the Far West or to Topeka , Emporia , Santa Fe or any point in old Mexico , that you can always get tickets reading by wav of the grand Chicago , Burlington &amp; Quincy Railroad at any coupon ticket office in the United States . It is the Great Through Car Line of America and finest equipped railroad in the world for all olasses of travel . Try it . ======= = s WONDEEFUL Soap manufactured by C . A . Shoudy &amp; Son , Rockford , Illinois , combines the best qualities of the imported article . Made from pure vegetable oils , it will neithe r injure the finest fabric nor chap the most delicate skin , and all who have tried it unite in pronouncing it most excellent for general household purposes . The printers also find it invaluable and give their hearty testimony to its marked superiority in washing forms an...
KANKAKEE LINE . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885
KANKAKEE LINE . Excursion tickets now on sale to all the principal points in Florida and the-Southeast . For rates , time tables etc , applyto J . C . Tucker , Genl Agt , 121 Randolph St ., Chicago . The Kankakee ls the popular line between Chicago , LaFayette , Indianapolis and Cincinnati . Solid trains , parlor cars on day trains , Pullman sleepers and reclining chair cars on night trains . THE Monon Route with its double daily trains , Chicago to Louisville and Cincinnati , effers extraordinary facilities to the traveler going to the World s Fair at New Orleans or the winter resorts of Florida . Elegant Pullman Palace Sleepers are carried on all night trains , and palace coaches on day trains . Close connections are made at Louisville and Cincinnati with all lines south . Passengers via this line are carried through the most populous cities of the South , and are permitted to stop off and . visit the World-renowned Mammoth Cave . By calling on or addressing E . T &gt; . M...
FPLDING SAWING MACHINE [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885
FPLDING SAWING MACHINE ANEW INVENTION . TJ . S . Pat . July 21 . Canada Fat . Dec . 1 , 1884 . FOLDS COMPLETE as a pocket knife . A man can carry it . on hts shoulders with ease . OWE TSIAJi can SAW BOWX TKBES AXONS ! practical and ensv . WABBAKTED THOKOTTGHXY TESTED . 1 % CORD 8 have been sawed by OSTE UAjr in 9 hours . A good man can average six cqrds per day Boys of fourteen years are actually averaging 3 and 4 cords per day . An Agent wanted ln every township . The first order from ? -our township secures the agency . Send for descrfplve catalogue and testimonials free . AddrcBs , Folding Saving Machine Co ., 47 W . Randolph St ., Chicago . Mention the Form , Field and Stoctfman .
The World ' s Exposition . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885
The World s Exposition . Having decided to visit the World s Exposition , at New Orleans , the question will arise , How to go . In deolding this question , the following facts should be taken into consideration : 1 . That the Illinois Central Railroad is the only line of one gauge , and t h e onl y line under on e m a na g ement , b etween Chica g o and New Orleans . 2 . That the Illinois Central Railroad is the only line running Through Sleeping Cars between Chicago and New Orleans without change . 3 . That the Illinois Central Railroad is the line that makes 36 a h our s time b etween Chica g o and New Orleans , being 8 ^ hours quioker time between the two points than is made by any other line . ¦¦ 4 . That the Illinois Central Railroad rans the celebrated Pullman Buffet Sleepers , whioh were built expressly for this run . They contain ten sections , drawing room and buffet , with eleotrio bells ln every berth , two dressing roomB for theladies , and all of the Pullman Com pany s...
FUTURE LIFE . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885
FUTURE LIFE . Tbe future life of travelers on this terrestrial sphere is destined to be a happy one when their Satis lie between Chicago and the Eastern oities , ! elegance and luxury in the appointments of the prinoipal highways will aid toward that end The Michigan Central Railroad has always held a foremost place amongst the lines between Chica g o and the Atlantio seaboar d , and the latest addition to their accommodations in the shape of four new Dining Cars will greatly strengthen Its position . These new cars are incomparable for beauty of des ig n an d selectn ess o f a d ornments , ail the elegancies of art having been exhausted to produce the most desirable effects . That the end has been gained goes without saying , and they stand to-day as far in advance of other Dining Cars as the first Dining Cars were in advance of the lunch counters at wayside stations . The cuisi n e is quite on a par with the finish of the cars , and all that may minister to the nourishment of the ...
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885
A Sample , Free . / gmWM Wk . B - * r * - Mr IiliM i TTmm mtM ling leas than f r *~ Bar -T ^ t ^ aW ¦ ] week should investl- ^ EasSB ^ aW WW gate our offer and se- YBa ^ s 3 s « BssBny -TT , cure Territory for vmmWsnmWm Fifth s Patent Dtsh-Panbralii- WmW-vW £ ¦ , . Thefastest selling House- ^ BB __ 3 JS ^ told Article ever Invented . We , ; • fffttf JCTJ oommisalon . Bend stamp tor terms . MB 1 TABBL at CO ., M 8 State Street , Ch i ca g o , Hi ,
Page 19 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885
SEED CORN DUNHAMS IMPROVED WHITE DENT . XUpexus lax XOO X &gt; a . y « . Yields from 75 to 100 bushels to the acre . The best White Field Corn raised . A limited q uantit y at the f ollow i n g p rices : $ 1 . 00 X *« 9 X &gt; Feoh . S 1 . SO h Bushel . - « 2 . 00 Bushel . Delivered in sacks at Freight or Express office , Wayne , 111 ., free . Xtemit by Postal Note or Money Order on Chica g o , Ilk Order at once . A dd ress DetxxieX XyxtxxLta , xta . Wayne , Du Page Co ., Ills Mention the Form , Field and Stockman . YOU CAN MAKE MONEYS * business , address FiNLBV , GRANT St Co ., New Orleans , La . PW B ? lPocketbook , 6 SaniplesofnewGoodsenasVHBanM X wjjlj and LadlesQulde to fancywork , illustrated , SHHJJ mailed wr 6 c for postace . Acme Mfg . Co ., Ivory ton , Ctt ^ MPV SEND FOR FREE CATALOGUE . Best Buggies for the prioe ever made . Sold by ANDERSON , HARRIS &amp; CO ., No . 400 Liberty St ., Cincinnati , Ohio . FME PEMASSHIP ! g-jLJE ^^ jiX and receive a...
Page 19 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885
(|^ HH 2 i ^^ u 3 iB ^ 9 ^ 1 ^ I ^ Bsa ^[ Bsaisaaaaaaaaaaaisaa Think of it , Header I We claim these INSOLBS will WARM the feet in a few minutes , by drawing the blood from the trunk of the body , and forcing it through the feet and limbs at an increased rapidity . Thatour claims are truth , all may testat the small pittance of $ 1 . 00 per Silr . These INfclOLES not only warm the feet , but they eulatethe body , and protect it from , the damp , cold ground , thus removing all aches and pains from feet and Bulbs . The wearing of these IOTOIVES ramoNsraiTKs the need of our other and more powerful Shields , which have no equal in conquering disease—our common enemy . If we state the truth , all tbe sick should know it That we do state nothing but the truth , we are ready to convince the most skeptical . An investigation always results in solid belief ; TRY IT . In these Insoles , and in all our Shields , is found that great , grand , LIVING and ACTIVE ELEMENT and ENEBOX , by which all...
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885
Many Agents are Making $ 5 to $ 10 per Uay UnUf TUC UDV DlVC j SEXUNQ OUB NBW WOBK ON PAiurraa , fillII m ^ fnilHI IHItfi I Mffift XS ^ eWSSSs SH Jg . J !\^ B ^ h « Jaf a CO , « * - - «¦ - ¦¦ » tr .. t . wm Y . » . I Always Mention the Farm , Field and Stockman . i . ^_ . A HELPING HAND TO ALL . | sss » j » si sn |« jr Beaderoftlus paper who will send ns 21 c to help pay S ., - „ ^ I Z &amp; W &amp; KHS ^ fV . \ I © w $ i &amp;« MmMm , N- » HH i immnpr month , rain or shine , all the year round , honorably and eaaily . Bts ^ gHaaaV TffiHHnN I ^ WclmSfMS &amp; e or both , Kxe ,, oil &gt; OB YOUNG . « r « iui ««| fe &gt; . ^ I 1 H I no capital , any one can conduct the business . If you do not miMta thli lgLo . Sfc , 1 HlM I c ^ 5 an « , kf ^ ndlyhandtoMinepmonc ^ cfemj ^ ment jlhat ^^ AJ « % TsfflMMsSalU iiik I MM I inghsnd . Ifyou hare not the 24 c . of your own , borrow it ,. and take our , ^ Ha 1 iki ., &lt; dilJ MmW I word f...
Page 20 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885
¦ ¦ # NOW » EA » TT IN BOOK FOBM . HELEN ROLLESTONS LOVER ; OB Falsely Accused , 33-sr CKAxujsa OELXLAJDXI . So many of our readers who have become fascinated with this charming and interesting serial have written to IIB asking if thoy could buy tho story in book form . In accordance with their requests we nave just issued the novel bound in EngliBh and cloth cover . It will be sent to any part of tho United States , or Canadas , postage paid , ou receipt of $ 1 . Address W . V . R . POWIS , Publisher , 89 Randolph St ., - - • Chicago , III . A . Z . BliODGETT , Waukegan , III ™ breeder of Clydesdale Horsos . Imported and grade stock for sole . Correspondence pr mptly answered . M Comic Transparent &amp; 25 ( no 2 alike ) Chromo Cards , name on , 10 c . Present free . A . HTNES , Cassville , OJlJo . MP A T ) J \ Q allperfomed . New designs , little beauties , Gold UAHIJJO Chromo , Verses , Mottoes and Hidden Name , with an elegantprize , 10 c . Ivory Card Co ., CllntonvlIle ...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885
g \ . EOZilFSE iTI POST HOLE DIGGER ^ y ^ Jl The GrcntCNt IiABOlt-SAVINCJ RilY v T * JE ) tool ever invented tor Ai ^ piins holes in Wm VMXra tne tn ° uml . This inachinq workH on a M ^ w 5 * TTV-m new principle , and is unlike anything ygS ^ rfy * I ! in the innrfcct . It in neither an Auger Jmi \\ = « F nor , l i &gt; Jl » 1 B lir - but in driven in tne Jr- i JJ nff LTouml with a driving rod which works fl M H in a pii &gt; e tsimilar to a telescope . We is \ //] W Clniiii for this tool : T ¦ iKt , That ouo man can dig from two I I t 0 th- ce liiiiiilrcfl holes , two feet deep I I IUI m ordinary ground , in one day . 1 I llfl 2 d . That it will dig holes any size j f / m or depth required . I / / m 3 d . That it will work successfully in rt I I JK very hard or rough ground wnero I . Mlkm otllGr ll ^ erH and augers will not work fefc LatSs ^ BnllH 4 tn * ^ ou am fi tand up Btraight while ^ ^ ^ ^ | H using it , consequently no back-breaking ^ Wg ^ pmmB work is requir...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885
^¦ PfEtehiSEED Warranted Crow . ^ fStSfSg ^^^^ sSBW or order refilled gratis . 1 have sold vegetable and flower . V 5 SK ^ Si »«««&gt; * Wi «?^^ alBX . 8 m ovl - 1 million farmers and gardeners in the ^^ 3 ^^ ar 4 QKCOB \ a **^ $ 91 aW United States , perhaps some are your neighbors , it so ask _^ 3 E 25 gg _ I « I » t * w O y PSsS ^ snaw them whether they are reliable . Mr . Thomas Henshall of ^ KggWggB ; ^^ -Tf M M |« sa ** ^¦^ ssssssV Trny , Kansas , writes me : For 28 yean I havedealt with ff fSc ^^ X ^ v % Y * JW * . WW — SaWssaaaaaaaVyou . I have lived inlowa , Missouri , Colorado , andKanMg 3 J ^§ 5-j 3 ? / , » i-= ?^**^?? . ^^ J Msmm sas , and no matter what the soil or climate , the result ¦^ BasnG &amp; S ££ A « A ^ &gt; sa s amS » t I feSai ^ r ^^^ » » s ii I way s the same , to wit : —religiously honest flBPSHpjMSMfAl . DWsifQr 1 1 good . Thisis the kind ot seed I raise and sell . The Wy ^ MHBsi ^ S -JSg ^ sassfaBassT Hubbard and Marblehcad Squash...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885
&lt;^| |^ 18 « Established 40 Yrs . 1885 . J AW Catalogue mailed to all applicants . XJ &amp; ffl PLAKT SEED COMPANY , 8121 % 814 N . 4 th St ., St . Louis , Mo . Name this Paper . mention the Farm , Field and Stockman . SEEDS I GARDEN , FIELD and FLOWER Agricultural and Horticultural Implements . Everything for the Farm and Garden . Wholesale and retail . Illustrated and descriptive Catalogue free on application . J . M . McCULLOUCHS SONS , 134 cfc 136 Walnut Street , CINCINNATI . Mention the Farm , Field and Stockman . ; TREES , TREES , TREES . Immense Stock . I . OWI , 000 Kussian Mulberry . 500 , 000 Hardy Catalim . Hussinn Apricot . Dwarf Juncberry and all other kinds of 1 ruit . Forest and Ornamental Trees , Grape Vines , Small Fruits , etc . A PAPER devoted to fruit growing Free for one year to those who buyjjjtl worth of trees . 100 llusfiian * Mulberry for $ 1 . 12 Codcord Grape , $ 1 . 4 Russian Apricot , $ 1 , and 122 other $ X nets , per mail , jjostpaid ...
Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885
EUREKA INCUBATOR . Box 84 , West Elizabeth , Pit . M w ^ h ^ CiinaLjag ^||^^ volver « Hm AWmM ^ mM ^* m **^ w ^ i \ Addre 7 m mam M ^ BI ^ m ^^ mm ^ IV , u j %% ^^^ T arffe Jlf ^^ wtfi / Oreat Weitei ^^ BH ^ B fh \ 9 i ^ M mw Oatatog \ iefree . a « nWorks , Plttsbnrgl . lPS ^ i « r « % ^ ssssssssBBk . We will send you a watch or a cnain t &amp; SAl &amp;^^ SIm . BYJliULOttKxrllKSS , C . O . D ., tobe * 5 aW ?\\~ lL / 0 ^! t examined beforepayiiignnymoriey &gt; . ^ fc and if not satisfactory , returned at BISLJ \ -JplBourexpense . We manufacture all IIl »&lt; r / rTB \ lsiour watches and save you 30 per ittA It \ fflacent . Catalogue of 2 B 0 styles free . jmT ^ Jis ^ XMsY Every Watch warranted . Address W 3 y § r STAUMED AMERICAN WATCH GO ., ^ e ^ Mm 9 ^ MTTSMUttHH , PA . AjiiiN LBS THE DAVIS HJB &amp; 8 ? STUMP PULLER S £ JI /&amp; M \ \ JL Received Centennial Medal . trs 7 f // Vl &gt; \ ^ m \ Is nowinuseinCnnadaand « 4 I swr...
Page 22 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885
GRIST MILLS OF FRgjCHJUHRSTONE , Over 3 , 000 in use . Complete Mill anil Sheller $ 115 . A bo } &amp; n grin and kcep ^ in order . Adapted to any kind of power . Complete Flouring and Com Mills . ALL SIZES . Send for book on grinding mills . NOllDYKE &amp; aiAKMOX CO ., Indianapolis , Ind . Mention the Farm , Field and Sliiekman . THE MCMILLAN PANTS . HEAVY WEIGHT , ALL WOOL , Sent free by innil for $ 2 . 50 Per Pair . Send your addresp on a postal card , and we will send yon samples to select from . LAWRENCE , WEBSTER &amp; CO ., maioiie , rtr . V . Mention the Farm . Field and Sluckmiui . KNABEPIANOFORTES . UNEOTALL . ED IN Tflie . Toncli . Workmaiisliip and Durability . WILLIAM KNABE A CO . Nos . 204 and 206 West Baltimore Street , Baltimore . No . 11 * Fifth Avenue , N . Y . A . HEED Si . SONS . Sole Agents , 13 B State St ., Chicago . Mention the Farm , Field and Stockman . ] 0 WHITNEY &amp; HOLMES RCANS STRICTLY FIUST-CLASS , ESTABLISHED 10 YEA...
Page 22 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 1 January 1885
WmlmwmWn % WSISSIt mm ZZ ^ ~ * U !!^ l-MiBRffiBllr IpHF w $ ^ , TWP ^ Tff ^^ r r ^ T^ n w *^ * ^^ mimmmmw % fy ^ rwC &amp; wrwir ^^ /^ . l ^ ftKsT J V _ M V ^/ X Fy ^ J vOUaKTlHIBtteM Y | s &amp; ^^^ l ^ v * ^ laQRAA /^ V JF UtSjiolJDYKoKRO WORD ILL lam ar — ¦¦ ---- ¦—¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ ¦¦[¦¦¦ ¦¦¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦ ¦¦¦ ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ ¦¦¦ This soap contains BO such delicate ingredients that it will not take out the dirt or spoil the clothes if the directions are not followed , but the best results are obtained if the directions are followed . Also , we recommend the boiling and no rubbing process , as the best results ^ are obtained by so doing , and any one can see that it is less work to boil ^ the clothes for 10 minutes than to rub from 2 to 3 hours as with other Soaps . Also , every one knows that the clothes are worn out more by rubbing on the board than by wearing . —? fDIRECTlONS . -r—BIT BOBMNG and NO BVBBING . . NO BOlLING-tSE WARM ™ ATEB . „ , „ .. ! For those who prefer to wash withou...