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Galled Back . and Shoulders . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

Galled Back . and Shoulders . A California correspondent , Mr W . P . Eddy , sends the following remedy for Rails : Take the inside of white oak bark , and boil it down until it Is a very dark color . Take one pint of the white oak bark water and one ounce of sugar of lead . Mix , and bathe with the wash every night . Shake well before applying . If tho skin is broken , dnst over the surface with sulphur , at night , and apply the wash . Abscess in Cow . W . H . RouNDTHWAiT . MANITOBA : The difficulty in the side of the cow was from an abscess , It , of course , when the pus formed , mado its way inside , and healing , tho difficulty is removed except , perhaps , a tenderness on that side , which would cause the cow to He on the other . If another tumor appears , poultice it with flaxseed , or if required to draw quickly to a head , with a poultice of soap and sugar , that the matter ( pus ) may escape outside , since the matter may cause disturbance if lodged inside . In this case ...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Stockman
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"VETERINARY ^ [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

VETERINARY ^ The several departments of tho F . uot , FIELD AND STOCKMAN arc for the two mid convenience of its patrons . Subscribers wishing advice will please state their questions plainly and concisely . . In relation to HlsraisSsnndnllmontsof livestock , it is necessary that we be informed fully of the symptoms ns observed , q )* c it will bo impossible to fully understand nnd prescribe for the caso .

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

Funk s Improved CALF FEEDER is the only ono that gives general satisfaction , 5000 already in use . Try one , or semi for Fiisiiiuir _ flS . _ - {_ f r 2 K Famous People of All | ff »_ r i 3 W Asres : Who they Were , Me % m ~ A When , they Lived , and - _ 9 S __ 0 _ t- _ -3 i Why they are Famous . - __§ - _ PlV __> By W . H . Van Orden . H * te > W A volume of condensed blogra . _ fl- _ B _ fT Dhles of V-e r . u . st nt table , nion mmWAmmV Sud women who I are lived , from mmtW mWi . the Beginning of hUtory to the WAtrnVTWl nresent time • . Including soldiers , t ^ Amm- ^^ kK . statesmen , authors , artists , sclenJSM & O ^ tLts wd people most Patent in h stTv Forpopular use . Very c nve S ; V , V ? , ? d usefuUo / everyday reforence . Handsome cloth binddi A . n excellent handbook giving In fl compact form *! rtW >^ lk i ms ^ y £ toM 1 S . post-raid ; or sent free for one mit- . eriberhesH ^ you owii — ,. „ ^ . „ - ^ „ , ,

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The Shell of the Egg . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

The Shell of the Egg . The shell of an egg is simply carbonate of lime , and is almost identical in composition with chalk , limestone , oyster shells and clam shells . The lime , however , is not all derived from the lime eaten in the shape of shells , limestone , etc ., hut also from the food , as all kinds of grain contain lime . It is best to supply lime directly to the hens , however . When given as pounded shells , the pieces serve to assist in grinding the food in the gizzard , any portion not appropriated being rejected from the body . The Poultry House . This is a cold month , and the poultry house cannot be made too warm . A crack , or draught of air blowing directly on the fowl , will bring on roup quickly . It is better to keep tne hens in an open shed than in a closed house with cracks in it . Ventilation should be done in a manner to avoid currents , while dampneps is sure to bring on disease . It may not be known that fowls can suffer from cold feet , and that many ai...

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APIARY . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

APIARY . Bees Injuring Fruit . Upon the question of bees injuring grapes or other thin-skinned fruits , Prof . A . J . Cook says : People have several times told me that their grapes had been destroyed by bees , and I have offered to come and see the destruction , if they would let mo know when it was going on , but I cautioned them to first be sure that they had a case . I have never yet been called . Bees do sometimes attack grapes , however , but it is when the weather has first caused them to crack , or something else attacked and opened the skins . I cannot believe that queens can be fecundated while in the larval state . The Profit From Bees . There is a large class of persons who do not consider bees as profitable as they should be , but such persons do not know that although bees are able to collect their produce from the forests and fields without cost , yet there is a certain amount of labor connected with their management , which must be bestowed to insure success . The b...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

FIRST PB 1 ZE GOLD MEDAL , Worlds Fair , New Orleans . EUREKA INCUBATOR , West Elizabeth , I n . Olirr nnOUIIIO * make a specialty of thin nllrr _ llll _ l 1 . ll _ l _ excellent breed of fowls—UUI ¦ UUWIIIIlUl . Qold-Dust Strain . Eggs $ 1 . 25 per 13 . Address J . J » . IIESSi , Griggsvllle , IlE 1 __ e Bonanza Incubator . ¦ -ffl-i I r Perfectly Sellable . Self . 4 B | S ___^_ = ___________> Regulating . All Eggs turned || I 11 ________ 3 MBBA at once . Require * no watch * | fBP- ___ H (____ Ingat night . Aratdianp JSBm l- l ____ l I «» cnba < or made . Send [ MMS [ t \ _______ for Price List and Circular f | f > r 7 I - MI _ Hl showing cuts of the finest fl II J . \ W n bro der In the world . Also If s J _ y n if breeder of high class Wyan- ¥ ¦ **_____> If __ tf _ i dottcs , Plymouth Rocks and ___— - iiii iii il J ——— LangshanB . —SOPens . O P . - — - * - » »< JOTT , Qulncy , 111 . Mention the Farm , Field and Stockman . ear...

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MISCELLANEOUS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

MISCELLANEOUS . The Demand for Meat . Mr Edward Atkinson , the statistician , oavs the country pays out annually for flour and meal $ 455 , 000 , 000 per annum , as ao-ainst meat and poultry , $ 1 ,-00 , 000 ,- 000 And he goes on to show , in his elaborate way , that the further north one • roes tne greater will be the consumption of meat . That the demand for beef will be steady and ever increasing in equal ratio with the increase in number and quality of the lower animals , there is not the slightest reason to fear . Cows in Winter . Cows may be made to pay in winter . __ n Ohio farmer declares that with marm , well-lighted , clean stables , plenty of earlycut and well-cared grass , supplemented with the contents of a good silo , and a well-filled root cellai , the comfort , health , and profit of the cows should be no more problematical in winter than in summer . Fertilizing for Special Crops . All crops rob the soil , bnt each kind of crop takes away different proportions of pla...

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Letters and Answers . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

Letters and Answers . Fifty-Cent Renewals- —To What Entitled . —I am a subscriber to your valuable paper and like it very much . Like it still better than I did when It was in the old hands , and intend to renew as soon as possible , but I sent in 50 cents for a renewal when I sent my three receipts , so I should not think that the time had expired yet , but before It does I shall renew again , —J . S . McC „ Hatton , Clare Co ., Mich . —N , B . —Those who renewed under the old fifty-cent offer are ALL entitled to the paper , if the statement we have received is correct , until e . some date in the spring of 1886 , or later , according to the date of their original subscription . Nothing more need be done unless you want the SEED DISTRIBUTION or a membership in the Economy Club . By sending an additional dollar , thus making your renewal payment up to $ 1 . 50 , the price of the weekly , you can secure the benefits of the seed offer and the Economy Club . Always ask for the Economy ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

Headache Often indicates derangement of the digestive and assimilative organs . Persons afflicted with this distressing complaint may be relieved by the use of Ayer s Tills . I have used Ayer s Pills for Headache , to which I am predisposed , and they invariably relieve me of all : > ain . C . Webbei - , Manchester , U . H . Aver s Pills are the best remedy I ever used for the cure of Sick Headache . They help me when all other remedies fail . Ida Skinner , 304 Thirteenth St ., N . W ., Washington . D . C . Aver s Pills invariablv cure me of the headache . John Stell , fecrmantown , Pa . I have suffered for years from Sick Headache , and have never found a remedy like Ayer s Pills for sure and speedv relief . E . M . Coan , Hockford , 111 . PREPARED BY Dr . J . C . Ayer & . Co ., loweU , Mass . Sold by aU Drugffists . BWEAK . NERVOUS INVALIDS , and others seeking Health , strength and Energy , are advised to send for •• The Electric Review , tvliich treats lul...

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Examine the Labels . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

Examine the Labels . If the number after your name on the address label on your paper reads 111 it means ( always presuming the record left us by the former publishers is correct ) that your subscription expireslwith thisnumber , and this will be the last number you will receive , unless you have renewed it either under the 50-cent offer or since , or shall do so at once . If you have renewed already , it will not be necessary to write us to that effect , as your paper will be continued . PLEASE RENEW AT ONCE . A large number of subscriptions are expiring now , each week , many of which have not yet renewed . We hope all will do so at once , so they may miss no number . Do not come alone but bring your neighbor with you . With our very liberal seed distribution and Economy Club offer , and so exellent a paper as the FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN is acknowledged to be by all who read it , it will bo easy to pursuade him to subscribe . If you will send your own renewal and another subscri...

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FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN . Published Weekly . Subscription Price , 81 . 50 per year , in advance , including oar Free Saed Distribution to each subscriber . Single numbers , live cents . Subscrl ntioiiH may be sent direct to tho office , or given to any Postmaster or Subscription Agent . Changes . —Subscribers wishing to change their Postoffice address must send their former as well aa tho address to which they wish their paper sent . Remittances . —Money may be sent at our risk by postal note , money order , express order , hi o registered letter , or by draft payable in Now York or Chicago , or by express . Correspondence . —We invito correspondence on subjects of interest to our readers , for either the Farm or __ omeJ . _ partmen ; s , but respectfully request that all such articles shall be short and concise . Please writo on one side of paper , and pot business matters on separo > sheet . Discontinue-. —The FABM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN is away ; discontinued at the ex...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

Entered ns Second-Class mail Matter at the Postofflce , Cnicngo , III . SATURDAY , JANUARY 16 , 1886 .

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French Surgeons on lung Plague . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

French Surgeons on lung Plague . The Congress of Veterinary Surgeons session in Paris have decided that lung plague is contagious . Little use , we think , of asserting a fact known for more than a thousand years . They are also reported as asserting that the Willerns method of inoculation on sound animals is an absolutely efficacious preventive , and that an animal thus treated cannot communicate the disease . This assertion will be takenby Americans as being quite Frenchy . That animals inoculated with contagious plouro-pneumonia will not communicate the disease is not more surely known than is the time a recovered animal will carry the infection . An animal having had pleuro-pneumonia , either naturally or by inoculation , should under no circumstances be sent out from quarantine .

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A Military (?) Minister . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

A Military (?) Minister . A dispatch from Springfield , Illinois , to Chicago Tribune says , in effect : Our minister to Persia , Hon . F . H . Winston , one of Chicago s most reputable citizens , has received the title of Honorary Brigadier General , in the Illinois National Guard . It is related that Minister Winston s tailor has made him a brand-new uniform in which to make his debut as a military man to dazzle the Court of Persia . As stated , it is ridiculous beyond conception . The Republic is neither military nor given to gold lace in any respect , outside of regular military circles . And hero it is all right as marking distinctions not only in military rank , but in the different branches of the service . • The matter is said to be so grave that prominent officers in the Illinois Guards are talking of resigning as implying a direct insult to the service . Allowing that the facts as alleged are true , what difference does it make ? An alleged honorary brigadier generalship i...

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Precautions Against Contagion . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

Precautions Against Contagion . Never before , in our history , has such little care been bestowed upon the sanitary condition of our large cities , and on the farms , as security seems to possess all , nevertheless the cholera is knocking at our doors for admittance . No one can object to a class of persons permitting this state of affairs if they alone are to be the sufferers , but such is not the case . Malarial fevers have poisoned the inhabitants of towns that never knew its presence before ; diphtheria has stalked into the households and snatched the loveliest and dearest of the little ones from the family fireside , while the smallpox has held high carnival over its victims to such degree that human hands were unwilling to deposit the festering bodies away . The foe lies hidden in the accumulations , while we are nursing it in its feebleness until it gains strength . At some time we may pay the penalty with our lives , for pestilence spares neither the young nor the aged , th...

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Why Retire Greenbacks ? [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

Why Retire Greenbacks ? This generation will probably always entertain a fondness for the greenback as such . They remember the good service it has done . Besides it has played them no tricks . They like its looks . It is convenient . What is best of all it is as good as gold . These reflections are suggested by the fact that the Secretary of the Treasury has been calling in the $ 1 and $ 2 greenbacks . This is probably the secret of the scarcity of small bills . ~ Now , there are two ttflngs to be said . First , the people like those bills and want them in circulation . Second , it is against the law to retire them . Tho following is the text of the bill passed May 31 , 1878 : That from and after the passage of this act it shall not bo lawful for the Secretary of the Treasury , or other officer under him , to cancel or retire any more of the United States legal-tender notes . And when any ot said notes may bo redeemed or received into tho Treasury , under any law from any source wh...

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City or Country Life . —Which is Pref -erable ? [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

City or Country Life . —Which is Preferable ? Wo are apt to take prido in tho growth of our cities . Is it really a benefit to our country ? It is doubtful whether those who have flocked to the cities are the better off . Is their life as simple , as healthful ? Are they morally and socially improved thereby ? It is said the Frenoh are diminishing in stature so that the requirement as to height for the military service had to be modified by law . Has not this come about from over-crowding the cities ? Tho conditions of physical development are not as good as in the country and small villages . The air is never as good in any part of a great city . In the poorer and always more crowded quarters , it becomes pestiferous . The tenement houses have no adequate ventilation . The workshops , stores , manufactories , offices , are seldom well ventilated or well lighted . The ratio as to chances of moral contamination corresponds very well with that as to health . There are 8 , 000 whisky s...

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