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Dangers to the French Republic . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

Dangers to the French Republic . It seems to be the fashion just now to denounce the Frenoh . Americans are disgruntled over their pork restrictions , and so we find fault with their elections , their political economy , their foreign policy , their social morality , their extravagance of internal improvements . The London Times lately accused France of having built hundreds of miles of railroad without traffic and thousands of schools without pupils , and charges that this was done as bribes to the departments and electors . Is it not possible there is a little tinge of green in the eye of the London thunderer ? Whenever thousands of miles of railway were bnilt in the British Northwest without traffic , was there a like charge of extravagance ? Was there any thought that the Canadian Pacific was built as a bribe to Manitoba ? England is extending its suffrage to millions , thus coming tardily up to French autonomy and individual liberty . Would it not be well for her also to imitat...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Stockman
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Current Events . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

Current Events . CniCAGO .-J . II . Meyer , teller of the Pullman National Bank , has been arrested because of $ 2 , 000 shotrage in his accounts . —The Chicago , Evanston & Lake Superior road has obtained its right of way through most of the suburban towns , and will be continued to Lake Forest in the early spring , PEKSOKAX . —J . G . Blaine owns one of the fastest ice-yaohts on . the Kennebec , which he steers himself . —Keene , the actor , was stricken by paralysis at a reception tendered him in Kansas City . Ex-Senator Tabor -will occupy a $ 1 ,- 000 , 000 house in Washington .- -J . B . Lippincott , the veteran publisher of K Uadelphia , is dead . The publishing firm , of which he for so many years was tho seniormember , is one of tho best known in America . Their imprint is i guaranty of a book not only of unexceptionable literary taste but , also , ono of good moral influence and in every way unobjectionable for the family . Cf-ENJ-BAIJ . —A heavy snow storm rage...

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• Editorial Notes . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

• Editorial Notes . —The eleventh annual meeting of the American Berkshire Association takes place in Springfield on the 20 th instant , —A late communication from the National Dairymens Protective Association changes the date of the meeting in New York City from the Sth to the 18 th of February . —It was alleged at the late meeting of the Illinois State Board of Agriculture that one of the premium samples in tho dairy show contained other fats than butter . —The sixth annual fair of the West Virginia State Association will be held at Wheeling , commencing September 6 , and closing September 11 , 1880 . Mr . George Hook is the Secretary . —Dr . Matthew Arnold is authority for the statement that fifteen tons of oleo are manufactured weekly by a single London firm . Of course there is an outcry against its importation from America . —Texas experience in Wool is generally valuable . A Texas farmer says there is more money in growing wool at even 20 cents per pound than in loaning money...

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Our First-page Illustration [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

Our First-page Illustration The attractive group of Clydesdale and Cleveland Bay horses shown upon our first page was sketched from life and give s a hint of what the Door Prairie Live Stock Association can do . Wc have already mentioned the fact that this is an Association of farmers . Door Village , where the barns are located , is four miles from La Porte , Ind ., which is about sixty miles 7 east of Chicago on the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern railway . Two of the members , Messrs . L . T . Harding and W . T . Anderson reside at La Porte . Mr . D . T . Keith , who is the salesman , and Mr . A . McLelland live at Door Village . Mr . W . E . Crichton s home is at Wellsboro . Mr . L . S . Fitch , whose residence is at Oakwood , and is shown on the left-hand side of the picture , is an acquaintance of some years , and , judging from his busi-ness-like ways and reputation for fair dealing , we do not hesitate to commend this association of enterprising farmers to any person wantin...

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Was it a Wise Change ? [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

Was it a Wise Change ? Ex-Governor Curtain , of Pennsylvania , has thousands of warm friends . He was Pennsylvania s War Governor and was afterward Minister to Russia , Since his return , he has for many years represented his district in Congress . In many respects he was peculiarly fitted for the chairmanship of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs , which he has held since the House has been controlled by the Democratic party . His displacement in favor of Perry Belmont has made a stir , not to say a rumpus . Gov . Curtain is a man of marked ability , varied and long experience in public affairs , and by his diplomatic service abroad was especially qualified for this position . Perry Belmont is the son of a millionaire , and is said to be related to Secretary Bayard . These facts are held to contain the only reasons for his appointment . The F ARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN has no field in party politics . But the growing tendency , to make appointments to office and to elect Congress...

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That Registration Fee on Holsteins . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

That Registration Fee on Holsteins . A friend writes us ( not for publication ) , to the effect that the article in a late number of the FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN in relation to tho $ 100 fee for registering Holstein cattle is only imposed on imported stock , and is in the interest of pure bred stock of the highest quality , and not with a view to create a monopoly ; and that , the fee for registration in books for Holstein-Friesian cattle is one dollar . The FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN distinctly stated that the $ 100 fee was presumably in certain cases . The Hereford Breeders , if we remember aright , havo adopted the same fee on imported cattle , and for the reason , as stated , that tho English rule has not been close as to the number of crosses admitting to entry in the English book ; and a late influential English journal commentino-. TO . fjie same , approves and sav »* lie English must -ook to th : z _ , ide of the water for strict herd book qualifications as to high caste to ...

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Canals in Europe and America . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

Canals in Europe and America . The more canals the better . If De Lessens can carry the Panama scheme through before he dies without bankruptin French and American investors , our people will not complain . The plucky Frenchman has gone again to the scene of his great undertaking . _ _ Germany has great expectations from her new canal from the Baltic to the North Sea , which cost her about $ 40 , 000 ,- 001 ) . It will provide an outlet for the Navy and make it comparatively independent of both England and Holland . At the same time it will develope what Germany has not had since the days of the Saxons — a respectable merchant . Latest from abroad comes the announcement that Rome , the Eternal City , is to be opened up to the world s commerce . An Italian engineer , Sr . Gabussi , suggests that Home should , be connected with the sea by a channel fifteen and a half miles in length . The only wonder is that it has not been done before . The proposed canal , which it is estimated woul...

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

THE WISH OF TO-DAY . I ask not now for gold to gild With mocking ehine a weary frame ; Tbe yearning of the mind is stilled—I ask not now for fame . A rose-cloud , dimly seen above , Melting in heaven s blue depths away—0 sweet , fond dream of human love I RFor thee I may not pray . Bnt bowed in lowliness of mind , 1 make my humble wishes known—1 only ask a will resigned , 0 Father , to Thine own ! To-day , beneath Thy chastening eye , 1 crave alone for peace and rest , Submissive in Thy hand to lie , And feel that it is best . A marvel seemB the universe , A miracle our life and death ; A mystery which I cannot pierce , Around , above , beneath . In vain I tax my aching brain , In vain the sage s thought I scan ; I only feel how weak and vain , How poor and blind is man 1 And now my spirit Bighs for home . And longs for light whereby to see , And like a weary child would come , O Father , unto Thee I Though oft , like letters traced on sand , My weak resolves have passed away . In m...

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

YOUNG FOLKS . THE QUEST . Oh I whither are you sailing , my bonnie little maiden , Ohl whither are you sailing across the ocean deep ? While south tho wind is veering , my bonny boat Im steering , And whether shade or sunshine , my onward course I keep . And why are you thus sailing , my bonnie little maiden , Why are you thus sailing upon the bright blue sea ? To see the sphinx I m going , while fresh the wind is blowing , To ask her juBt to answer one question faithfully . And after all this sailing , my bonnie little maiden , What riddle are you wanting the wise sphinx to unlock ? I want to know the reason , no matter what tho season , That little girls must always go to bed at 8 o clock . And while you thus are sailing , my bonnie little maiden , What is the Btoro of precious freight your bark takes o er tho sea ? Replied the little maiden , With flowers it is laden That I have gathered for the sphinx , if she will answer me . May I go sailing with you , my bonnie little maiden ...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

WAMTPn ^ n activo Man or Woman In nl » ¦ m 0 every county to sell our goods . Salary * 75 per Month and Expenses . CanvassiMK outfit and particulars FEEE . STANDARD SlLVElt-WAltl . CO ., Boston , Mass . AGENTS COIN MONEY WHO SELL DR . Chases Family Physician and ltcceipt Dook , New and Improved Edition . Three Thousand sold in one month . Price . $ 2 . 00 . For particulars , address A . W . HAMILTON & CO ., Ann Arbor , Michigan . I ^ HDH ^ HB ^ Irfg llld j ^^ Q ^^ QI ^ H ^ H ^^ H ^^ HI _ Hl *^_________________^_______ i ^____^^___^^________ . . cii . ioii tho Farm , Field nnd Stockman . J 2 TOik GOLD MEDAL , PABIS , 1878 . J $ GERMAN JMwMJt Mate . __ F _?* S _|& The most popular sweet B l M Wk Chocolate in the market . It mill NT . is nutritious and palatable ; WillSliln a particular favorite with N 111 lln pnildren , and a most excel111 , J j II | IU | lent article for family use . ¦ il I H RII ¦ rf , e Oennlne is stamped 8 . Hi 1 /¦ 111 lit German , Dorches...

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

LITERATURE . BOOK NOTICES . RAILROAD TRANSPORTATION —ITS HISTORY AND ITS LAWS . By Arthur T . Hadley , New York and London : G- . P . Putnam s Sons , Chicago : Jansen , McClurg & Co . This is one of the most important works on the general subject of railroads which has ever been published . Mr . Hadley , the author , is the commissioner of labor statistics for the State of Connecticut and instructor in political science in Tale College . The book is understood to be made up in part of lectures delivered at the college . Although America has produced as able railway managers as any in the world , we have until lately had almost no valuable literature upon the subject . Europe has , in this respect , been far in advance of us . Mr . Hadley acknowledges his indebtedness to the brilliant treatise of Charles Francis Adams , Jr ., but he has , also , evidently made a careful study of European authorities . His work is mainly a study of the American system in comparison with th...

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

Books Received . ONE HUNDRED CHOICE PIECES FOB READING AND SPEAKING . By Frank H . Fem _ o . Philadelphia : John E . Potter & Co . 3 PCI . E __< I . AN S LAST SEHVICE TO THE . REPUBLIC , By George Tickiior Curtis . New York : D . Applotou & Co . SOCIAL WEALTH . By J . K . Ingalls . New York : The Truth Seeker Company . TIRESIAS AND OTHER POEMP . By Alfred Tennyson London : MacniiJiun & Co . SIAKIUS THE EPICUREAN , By Walter Fates , M . A * London : Macmilian & Co . SKILLFUL SUSY . A book for Fairs aud Bazars . By Eleanor Gay . New York : Funk & Wagnalls . UNFAIRLY WON . A Novel . By Nannfe Power ODonohue . Harper s Franklin Square Library . 20 cents . THE WOMEN FRIENDS OF JESUS . A Course of Popu lar Lsctures Based upon the Lives and Characters o the Holy Women of Gospel-History . By Homy C . Ma Cook , D . D . New York : Fords , Howard & Hulbcrfc . $ 2 THOUGHT GERMS FOR THINKKRS . By R . F . Judson . ...

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

S^ DEEDsjimmKB MML & LVE fcGUKf . SSEBr AGENTSW ANTED . &_!_ £ ^ ODlUntrr ^ ofthemofltthriningpPreoTialnclTcnturcs . cxffl ^ v % -5 * ploitaofscouta an tftpica , forlorn hopes , horo--w ^; 7 » -ag 1 c brarcry , Imprisonments and hatr-brcadth jsenpes , hand-to-hand struttles , pcrilouaJourne 7 s , daring Tilda and bold deeds ON HOTFISIIJES dunnelne Great Civil ¦ VVnr . No book llko it . PROrUSEtY WTUftlLgutftUi all . SCAJIME 1-. fc CO ., Box 41 t > 2 , Si . Louis or Philadelphia . UAVEYOUAFRIENDSn ^ 11 If so p ace In their bands a copy of Magruder a ¦ ¦ BeplytolnRerso 1 . Ministers , superintendents , - ^ • tenchers , and students should avail themselves atonco of this masterly and conclusive argument . Cloth tl . C . II . Jones 77 Clark St „ Chicago 5 STORIES FOR 30 CENTS ! OffllWe a Popular Reading * Number TwentyTour * contains tho ! OI 1 OWIIIK live complete stories , each one or wtiithts worth $ 1 . 00 : From Out the Gloi * m , by the mittior o...

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

THE MARKETS . The money market , while without special activity , is nevertheless satisfactory to bankers . A large amount ot bank money is reported to be out at 7 per cent , ind a rate of 8 fer oent is common in Cliicao-o On call , money is not abundant at 5 per cent . New Tork exchange may be quoted : Chicago , 70 @ 75 c premium ; Boston , par @ 20 cpremium ; St . Louis , SOc premium per $ 1 , 000 . Securities are active . Local stock speculation dull . The country has dropped down on the clique scheme , and are • ifraid . It is * ° be hoped they will remain so . A good share of the time they are as effectually fleeced as though they bet on the sweat cloth . In relation to silver it is thought by German bankers in New York that , if the Chinese railroad loan of $ 150 , 000 , 000 now being placed on the Berlin market , is successful , the German Government will be able to dispose of all its silver coin , and a good market will also be made for American silver . In produce the leadi...

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PUBLISHERS' DEPARTMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

PUBLISHERS DEPARTMENT . Can We Purchase for Others ? Inquiries like the above come to us from members . We want to be entirely reasonable with every member , and believe ourselves under obligations to be so , but at tho same time we are under obligations to Messrs . Howard and Wilson , who are to heavy expense on their part to offer you facilities for purchasing goods you have never before enjoyed , and cannot find outside our club to-day . Personally it would be kind of you to loan your FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN , and your seeds and Economy Club certificate to all your neighbors , and save thom all expense in the matter , and some would , no doubt , be willing to have you write the order , pay your own postage , loan them the money to buy with , and take your pay when—when—when— . But candidly we do not consider you are under any obligations to be so accomodating , and we shall certainly try and prove ourselves interested in and accomodating to our members , but we must firmly stan...

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

I flVCI Y DUflTOC 3 samples So , worth 25 e . Send to LUlELl rnUIUOi A . WAKFKL , Pho g r , Cadiz , Ohio . WITAnfrAT HOME . Men , Women , Boys and Oirjfl WWIIKRmake 10 c to $ 2 an hoar . New business ; II VIWl never ath-ertised ; no peddling ; no humbug ; The Secret revealed , and 21 Working Samples , worth S 5 , to commenco work on . Free . Address , ALBANY SUPPLY CO ., Albany , N . Y . CASH FOR GOOSE QUILLS . * I will pay 30 cents per hundred for clean . full-Eizecl Goose Quills . Express or Mail to GEO . N . STOI * ]) A 11 D . 1226 Niagara St .. Buffalo , N . Y „ and I will promptly remit GADLIFLOWERS : ™ A now book , with Practical Information in Minute Detail , By mail , postpaid , 20 cems . Dealers nipplied at liberal discount . FUAKC 1 S BK 1 LL , BIVEBHEAD , LOKG ISLAND , N . Y . NURSERYMAN ES & Tfe , Dont place your orders lor Evergreens and Forest Trees until you have consulted my prices . On nmiivthiiigs I charge only Uthc poices charged by others . J _ 3 tr 1...

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THE TWO JESTINIES . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 16 January 1886

THE TWO JESTINIES . BY WIL . KIE COLLINS . A . UTHOB OS WOMAN IN WaiTE , NEW MAGDALEN , MOONSTONE , ETC . CHAPTER XIL THE DISASTERS Or MBS . YAK BBANDT . A man who passes his evening as I did mine may go to bed afterward If he has nothing better to do . But he must not rank among the number of his reasonable anticipations the expectation of getting a night s rest . The morning was well advanced , and the hotel was astir , before I at last closed my eyes in slumber . When I awoke , my watch informed my that it was close on noon . I rang the bell . My servant appeared with a letter in his hand . It had been left for me , three hours since , by a lady who had driven to the hotel door in a carriage , and had then driven away again . The man had lound me sleeping when he had entered my bed-chamber , and having received no orders to wake me over night , had left the letter on the sitting-room table until he heard my bell . Easily guessing who my correspondent was , I opened the letter . A...

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