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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886
FARM TO ¦ LET—For money rent or on shares . A flrst-clasBfannrconslstlng of 400 acres of the best Wheatland in the world , in the heart of the lied Elver VaUey of tho North ; 300 acres ready for crop i good house and barn ; 10 cows ; 25 owes ; 10 Berkshire SOWB ; flrst-claes teams ; tools and machinery of the latest patterns . A renter who can buy tho working stock nnd machinery can rent this property for cash rent or share of tho orop , on favorable terms . Tor long timo . Address B „ Box V . Grand Forks , Dakota . mention the l ? nrm , J ? leld aud Stockman . _^ ^ m ¦ • k &lt; 9 ** kL &lt; ar _ Warden Uulde ft _____ WC r ^ CFBEEto all , You should ^^ ______ C 1 m ^ Bhave it . Best varieties , « J 7 » — — mmW Wmw ^ w tasted , at lowprlces . 2 £ coT * r *&lt; fc BBO ., Seedsmen , Pell ^ Iowa . WONDEUFUIi NEW IKON-CLADPLCM MARIANA FUUITS , ORNAMENTALS , EVERGREENS , ROOT GRAFTS , ClOS 8 .-ErmnYTIII ] VO . STARK NURSERIES mtofflMKS Mention the Farm . Held nnd S...
HORTICULTURE , j [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886
HORTICULTURE , j GrowingCabbage . In connection with our illustration on this page , it is - * line * ° £ ive some directions How to grow cabbage . It jg not accomplished by any let-them-take-care-of-themselves process , any more than any other crop . The let-them-grow-themselves never made money for any man in any crop . _ First you must have good seed , next irood soil , highly manured , and then good cultivation . A thoroughly well plowed , rather heavy , somewhat moist loam , well drained , is the best to allow the fertilizers to force the crop ahead . If the crop is to be a very early one , sow , in a gentle hot-bed , about the first to the middle of February , prick out under glass , when large enough , and transplant when hard frosts are no longer feared , in rich soil in three feet rows , setting the plants eighteen inches apart in the row . The main crop for winter may be sown from the middle to the last of spring , and transplanted when about six inches high , three feet a...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886
AWatermelon Free ! The Kolb Gem Melon waa tested last season , and proved to bo the sweetest . ( Inest-fliivored Me on Brown , and will 6 tand shipping as far as any variety . My seed is grown in the North . I wi I send . fte- a package of tho sred to any ono sending me a list of five or more nam ™ to mail my catalogue to , of market gardeners or farmers who buy seeds . S . Jf . Leonard . Seedsman , 159 West Randolph St ., Chicago . Ucntion the Farm , Field and Stockman .
ItaASHMsr ^ EfAmTU ^^^^ b ^ SlllW ^ tK - [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886
ItaASHMsr ^ EfAmTU ^^^^ b ^ SlllW ^ tK - The Work Horses . Begin now with the work horses , and give them as much work at hauling wood or on the road as can be performed . The horse that has stood in the stable all the winter will be soft in the spring . When put to hard work it will suffer from soreness for awhile , in the same manner that a man is tortured who leaves the desk and undergoes a hard day s labor on the farm . Some care is also necessary in feeding the horse . Corn should not be fed unless the animal is reduced in flesh , but a good feed of oats should be given at least once or twice daily in addition to a regular allowance of hay . As tho stomach of the horse is small it should be given hay at least three times each day , but when standing idle in tlie stable the hay should be moistened in order to avoid heaves . Feeding Roots in Winter . Of all root crops turnips are the easiest to grow , and they produce largely , possessing also a greater feeding value than many su...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886
3 UC . OT . IDTTISTIEI ^ IrVr Wayne , Du Fage Co ., Illinois , HAS IMPORTED FROM FRANCE Percheron Home * valued at 98 , 500 , 000 , which Includes about TO PEA CENT OF ALL HORSES Whoso purity ot blood is established by pedigrees recorded in tho Percheron Stud . Book of France , tho only Stud Book ever published iu that country , EVER IMPORTED TO AMERICA . * * &amp; ^ 0 ~ mmmmm * * * A _ . ST 0 CK 0 N HAWD : ** w AMm ^^\ l m P ortet * Brood Mares *? aL BfllMftScar RecopfiizinK the prin- ¦ $ f « S . ttfaHiar ciplo accepted by oil intolli- &gt; Pr , *»^^ PMHS ^ gent hn-eders ths &gt; t , howft &amp; fo ai ^^* mm __ m _ mMA 9 ^ Gverwell bred nnimala mny be ^ x R said to be . if their pedigrees an- not recorded , they should bo valued only as grades , I will pell all imported ptoik at grade prices when I cannot furnish with the animal sold , pedigree verified by tbe original French certificate oi its number and record in tlie Percheron Stud Book of France ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886
Butter Frauds and Congress . Mr . Hopkins introduced in the House of Representatives , on December 21 , a bill to amend title thirty-five , entitled Internal Revenue of the Revised Statutes of the United States . The bill was read twice , referred to the Committee on Ways and Means , and ordered to be printed . The bill comes in the revenue bill as Chapter Seven and a Half , Adulterated Butter and Cheese . The section number begins with 3400 a . This provides that any person , before commencing the manufacture or continuing the manufacture of -adulterated butter , shall furnish without previous demand therefor , to the collector of , the district , a statement , under oath , definitely , of the place of business , and shall give a bond as provided , of not less than $ 5 , 000 . The law requires all goods manufactured to be stamped , and that adulterated products shall not be bought , sold , exchanged or received , unless stamped according to law . Not only is the fine imposed but im...
VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886
VETERINARY The several departments of tho FAKM , FIELD ANE STOCKMAN uro Tor tho use and convenience of its patrans . Subscribers wishing advice will please state their questions plainly nnd concisely . In relation to diseases nnd ailments of livcstock . it is necessary that wo bo informed fully ot tho symptoms as observed , else it will be impossible to folly understand and prescribe for the case .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886
B il *** * * - 5 ti Newton s improved A flllf Tl C LJ &amp; 3 , t | holds them Ilrlllly . UU W I I C ^ p ] i ^ K \\_ - ff draws them forward when lying ftSRr—^ li ^—r ^ ri down , pushes back when standing , rati ^^ ^ t ^ f ? gives freedom of head , keeps them WJ &gt; i . ^ , Jz = ?/&lt; clean . Semi for Circular . | ^ ag ^ -fc ?^ K . C . NEWTON , llatavla , Ills .
Ill-Conditioned Horse . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886
Ill-Conditioned Horse . N . W . V . D ., DEXTON , ONT . — The special difficulty with tho mare oannot bo cured , since , if we understand it aright , it is from au injury from rupture , and permanent . So far as heaves is concerned , if it is from indigestion , often mistaken for heaves-a disease caused by a breaking down of tho lung cells , give the following : Take 1 . ounce sulphate of iron ; 1 ounce nitrate of potash ; 2 drachms fenugreek seed , anil 2 ounces of linseed meal . Powder , mix , aud give a tablespoonful morning and night in the food . Give , also , carrots or other roots daily , if you have them , and only sweet hay and grain , and drive slowly for an hour after feeding . Strangulation of Intestines . Mn E DITOR : I have a young marcit-hat commenced sweating very suddenly . The sweat vim off in streams with trembling in thc flnnk , in afew minutes she could not move ami a swelling commenced above the hips and do n tho rump on both sides whieh was very hard , ami slc...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886
ABA Funk s Improved II CALF FEEDER fl I Is th ° onty ono tnnfc ** lves f * 011- ¦ I 11 oral satisfaction , 50 ( 10 already ¦ I 11 * u llse * ^ r ^ ono or ^ e , u - - or Fions Peop oi All Ages . J 5 H . Famous People of All ^\ A « es : Who they Were , _ . _\ S When they Lived , and % Mh Why thoy are Famous . ¦ IVS By * W . H . Van Orden . my pr __ TOIunio of cundeuscd ulograSCT Phios or tLe must notable m _ \ __ y Snd women who l : ayo lived , f rorn Wk . the Beginning of lus-tory to the ^ yk present time i including soldiers , -i THk . statesmen , authors , artists , sciento \® k tists and people most prominent In nistorv RirroDular usi &gt; . Very convenient and useful fo / overydayreference , Handsome cloth bind- ^ An excellent handbook , giving In « f compact : form bioerarJUies of the persons in whom the student « nd Writer would naturally take most Interest-Mew Price 50 cents , post-paid 1 or sent free for one sm &gt; - scribcr besides you own rcnov ™ ,. ^ f ^ ....
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a ______^_ WWa MMiSWf ^ mMMr _ m \^ . ^^ \^^ m ^ e ml \ l \^ Mm \ mwm B ^ M Ground Bone for Poultry , The refuse bones from the family table should all be saved and broken into small pieces for the fowls . They will eat them greedily , and where they cannot be procured it is best to purchase ground bone for that purpose . If the bones are broken into pieces as large as a bean , with pieces of meat adhering , so much the better . Bones will not only assist the fowls , by supplying them with that which is needed , but they serve to grind the food also , partially taking the place of gravel . Bones are not expensive , as only small quantities are required daily , a tablespoonful for a dozen fowls being sumcient , but they should have that small quantity , however , as not only the growth of the fowl and the egg requires bones , but they serve to promote health and keep the fowls in good condition . Seep the Nests Clean . It should be the aim to keep the nests clean , or the hens will l...
APIARY [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886
APIARY The Bees in winter . Civilized bee keeping has led to the wholesale robbery of the bees of their honey and giving them substitutes in the shape of glucose or sugar , the result being that diarrhoea often breaks out in the hive . We do not claim that the disease is caused bythe substitutes , but we do believe that in depriving them of the food which they have seleoted for themselves they are rendered more liable to the ills that beset them in the hive during winter . No system of artificial management can equal the natural mode adopted by the bees themselves , which is demonstrated by the fact that the wild colonies of the forests are , as a rule , always strong aud in a flourishing condition . The first point to observe is to see that the bees have not been deprived too closely of their support , and the next is to be careful in returning the honey , should the mistake of removing too much have been made . Give back pure honey , and although it may not be profitable to do so ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886
FIRST PRIZE GOLD MEDAL . Worlds Pair , New Orleans . EU 11 EKA INCUBATOR , West Elizabeth . IV . Mention the Farm . Field and Stockman . Diirr nnnuwc i TOak ° a specialty of tins nllrr ulllltlllln . excellent breed of fowlsUUI I UUUIIIIIUB Gold-DiiBt Strain . Eggs $ 1 . 25 per 13 . Address J . D . HESS , Griggsville , lit . Mention the Farm , Field and Stockman . MAKE YOUR OWN INCUBATOR . Send 50 cents in stamps for my new illustrated pamphlet which tells how to make an Incubator at a very small cost that will hatch over 90 percent of theeegs . It also tells all about how to make Artificial Mothers , Egg * Testers , etc . They are all simple , easy to make and do excellent work , and are guaranteed reliable . Address H . 8 . WAtDO , Quiney till . Choice Plymouth Rock Erjgs for sale at $ 1 . 25 per 13 Mention the Farm . Field and Stankmnji . Tbe Bonanza Incubator . n Perfectly Reliable . SelfRegnlating . All Eggs turned at once . Requires no watching at night . Beat Cheap InCMbaf orm...
MISOELLMEOUS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886
MISOELLMEOUS . Farming at JTilla Rica , Ga . T saw in December 19 th a letter from the South . I do not think that N . J . M nf PlainsviUe , Ga ., should throw out such uiduoements to persons who are in a mUlion times better place , if they are Cwhere at all -for I have been in Carrol rvmntv Ga ., at Villa Rica , since August « fh 1 S 84 . and can safely say that I have fpvor seen a hoof of the cow kind that was fit for beef ; and I could carry all the crass that would or has grown m the county under my arm . Milch cows are of the poorest scrub breeds and as poor in the summer as cattle in Kentucky ever rreton wheat straw during the winter . 1 have seen two little patches of clover . One was half set ; the other somewhat better , but if you get any milk you are compelled to feed the whole year . Dry cows are from $ 10 to $ 15 ; fresh cows from $ 15 to $ 20 ; yearlings from $ 3 to $ 5 . There are but few sheep to be found ; hoo-s are of inferior stock , being all razor hacks This Sta...
Letters and Answers , [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886
Letters and Answers , magnetic Shield Co . —Do you think the Magnetic Shield Co . of Chicago is what they advertise ? Please let me know what you think of them . By doing so you will confer a favor to a constant reader of your valuable paper . —C . P . Steinmett . —The company is reliable . Home Manufacturing Co . —Can you tell me If the Home Manutacturinir Co . is reliable ? I enolose thetr . ciroular , and if they are reliable please return it to me again . —Mrs . Lizzie B ., Luling , Texas . —We cannot recommend this firm . Swedish Oata , —Would you please inform me where I can purohase a few bushels of Swedish oats?—C . J . B „ Chase . —J . D . Tandercook &amp; Co ., Austin , M ., can snpply them . Iiikea The Farm , Field nnd Stockman Beat . —I have made up my mind to take your paper . I have The Bural New Yorker but dont think much of it . I send yon a remittance herewith for 1886 , and will try yonr seeds , and doaUJIcanforyourjpaper . —J . H . A ., Ottawa , III * Like...