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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886

mm The attention o £ readers of Fi ist-cluss Story Papers is called to THE CHICAGO I . KHG Kit , the largost l amily Story Paper in tbe United States . It is issued every week , ami each number contains eight large paircs tilled with hands > mely illmtrafrd tornpletc and Continued Stories by the best American authors : Witty SnyInss by the most prominent humorous writers ; Incidents tinil Ancciiotes of the Late War , from tho yens of old soldier * in both armies ; the l . atrnt Fashions , and other articles ot interest to ladles , by hiidily intelligent lady contributors ; aud many other original features comprised in a Mist . clans 1 itiiiil } Story 1 nper . THE CHICAGO LI * IX Kit is now pronounced in every way equal to any ot the S 3 Story Papers , and is sold for just one-halt that sum . THE CHICAGO l . EDGEK lua been published for fourteen years , and is no now venture , lt is tha Only Story Paper in the country that Eoes to its subscribers folded , pasted and trimme...

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8 } - m % m ( 3 A Big Edition—20 , 000 Extra Copies . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886

8 } - m \ % m \ ( 3 A Big Edition—20 , 000 Extra Copies . We will print and mail to stockmen , farmers and gardeners 20 , 000 extra copies of our February 13 th issue . We will send out these extra copies with a view to securing new subscribers for thc new weekly FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN . We are making such a splendid paper that we desire to extend its influence into new fields of usefulness . Any of our friends who desire to aid us in this good work will confer a favor by sending us tho names of their friends and neighbors who are likely to subscribe for the paper , and we will send samples to each , or what is better , send for a supply and distribute them yourselves and secure your friends subscriptions . This will be a splendid number for advertisers . We make no extra charge above regular advertising rates . Examine Your label . If it reads 112 it means your subscription exp ires with tbis issue , and unless you have already renewed it or shall do so at once , this will be th...

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Canadian Indians- [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886

Canadian Indians- Since the Canadian Pacific passed through the great Northwest territory ,, our Canadian friends are having more trouble with the Indians . The Blackfeet , Bloods and Piegans had before had things about their own way . They knownothing of any line between the two countries . It is , in fact , imaginary to them-and , without considerable searching , is scarcely known to the ordinary traveler going north from Fort Benton , Montana . After our Northern Pacific was built these tribes began to be restless and troublesome on the American side . Their hunting ground became restricted and over-run by white ranchmen and settlers . After a little while these Indians were pushed back some thirty or forty miles nearer Lto the border . This took away some ot their best land for cultivation . The seasons , where they were relocated , are too . short for good corn and tlie ground is rough and broken . Cattlemen increased , and great cattle companies got possession of large . conti...

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Legislation by Farmers . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886

Legislation by Farmers . Iowa has again in session a Granger Legislature . The State had one in 1874 and it made a pretty general rattling up of the dry bones of monopolies . The legislation of that long ago body of grangers was said to have been crude and ill-balanced . That is , we suppose , it was devoid of that kind of law-making chicanery that would enable a cute lawyer to twist it any way he pleased . It , however , commenced at the ground and struck at monopolies that were defying right , law , and justice . Its influence has been felt in Iowa ever since , and to a wholesome end . It has been said of the present Legislature , that it acts as if it * , would do many unwise and foolish acts . If it shall be found as incapable of being bought up as that of 1874— -and Granger Legislatures are not open to this villainly , it will meet the idea of the public . If by unwise and foolish things are meant laws that strike straight at the object named , and this without double meaning w...

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Congress and Butter Frauds . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886

Congress and Butter Frauds . In our dairy columns will bo found a careful digest of a bill introduced in Congress to prevent the illegal selling of adulterated and fraudulent butter and cheese . The draft of the bill fairly covers the ground , and it is to be hoped that public opinion will stand close to carrying it forward to consummation , except with , possibly , some carefully studied amendments , which the wisdom of the friends of the dairy interests in Congress , may suggest to strengthen the bill . This may possibly be needed in defining the duties of the publio officers charged with the execution of the law .

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"let No Guilty Man Escape . " [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886

let No Guilty Man Escape . There is hope for Ohio . A committee has been appointed in the Legislature to investigate all instances of alleged bribery . The oase that appears to be most flagrant , and at the same time capable of proof , is that of United States Senator Payne . The fact that he is a millionaire , and backed by the giant monopoly known as the Standard Oil Company , has perhaps made the people more willing to give some credit to the reports of corruption . Fourteen members are named as having been bribed and $ 37 , 300 are said to have been expended . The price of these Judases or these Benedict Arnolds , these betrayers of their constituencies and their country , is therefore an average of a little less than $ 3 , 000 each . Some of the names have a German look , one or two possibly Jewish , but , unfortunately , the greater part are plain American names . The committee consists of three , one Democrat and two Republicans . Of course it will be to the interest of every...

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A Munificent Endowment . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886

A Munificent Endowment . Senator H . Stanford , of California , has lately executed a deed of trust . It conveys lands and funds to the value , of $ 20 , - 000 , 000 , to be donated to establishing a great University at Palo Alto , Cal . After studying ways and means for years by which , in case of death , his wishes might promptly be carried out , the publicspirited man has now appointed a Board of Trustees , and the California manytimes millionaire reserves the power to revoke the acts of the trustees should they not carry out the spirit of the trust , and has taken every legal precaution to prevent the interference of his heirs with the enforcement of the bequest . How different the munificence of this public-spirited man from that of any Vanderbilt . Perhaps no man , in any age of the world , has ever devised so splendid a monument to his memory . Certainly no man has ever lived who so munificently provided for education during his life . Let us hope Senator Stanford may have ve...

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. The Telephone Decision . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886

. The Telephone Decision . Secretary Lamar has won golden opinions by his telephone decision , The gist of the matter lies in his statement that if the evidence presented to him in regard to Bell s right to a patent be true , a great wrong to the whole people rests in the name and is sustained by the power of tho United States . Lest that wrong should be perpetuated , he decides to permit no contending party to bring suit , lest by some compromise—as was already attempted with Dr . Elisha Gray—the case be again put out of court and nothing be accomplished in setting right the wrong . It is a public wrong because it permits a monopoly . It is a personal wrong to honest and honorable men , like Dr . Gray , who has been defrauded of his just rights . Whether this was done by any direct connivance of a Government employe or not , or whether Prof . Bell shares the culpability or not , does not alter the fact that a citizen has been wronged . Todetermine who is to blame may not take away ...

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Who was the Inventor of the Tele -phone ? [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886

Who was the Inventor of the Telephone ? Some interesting facts are stated by a writer in the Scientific American , as to who really is the inventor of the telephone . Even should it be finally decided that Prof . Bell is entitled legally to thc patent , it will not affect the historic question . No one can pretend that Bell produced any semblance of a telephone till about 1876—the date of his paten . Whereas , says the writer referred to , leaving out all that Reis did and said about his telephone , it is nowhere denied , and is everywhere believed , that Yates , of Dublin , did make and use a telephone ! which * for substance was identical with the caveat of Gray , and which Bell himself used for his first success in speech transmission . Yates experiments did not happen to be published , though there were , and still are , several witnesses to their success , and the instruments have been produced in a London court . Therefore , if it be allowed for the argument s sake that Reis d...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886

FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN . Published Weekly . Subscription Price , $ 1 . 50 per year , in advance , including oar reo Ssed Distribution to each subscriber . Single numbers , five cents . Subscriptions may be sent direct to tho office , or given to any Postmaster or Subscription Agent . Chnnges . —Subscribers wishing to change their Fostoflta addtcss must send their former as well as thc address to which they wish their paper sent . Remittances . —Money may be sent at our risk by postal note , money order , express order , m a registered letter , or by draft payable in New 1 ork or Chicago , or by express . Correspondence . —We invito correspondence on subieets of interest to our readers , for either tho Farm or Homo Department , but respectfully request that oil such articles shall bo short and concise . Please \ vrito on one side of paper , and put business matters on separate sheet . Discontinued . —The FAKM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN is a nay discontinued at tho cxpiraticn of the time...

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Editorial Notes . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886

Editorial Notes . —The leading article on page 119 , Farming - at Villa Rica , Ga ., will be reco - jnized as a letter . The signature was omitted by error of the types . The Farmer s State Convention of Wisconsin , and the State Horticultural Convention , meet on Feb ., 1 st to 5 th inclusive , at Madison , the capital of the State . Badgers Attend ! —At the Kational Bee-keepers Association , held in Detroit , over 4 , 200 colonies , spring count , and over 7 , 400 colonies , fall count , were represented . —Farm and Home What a bee s-y congregation it must have been . —An official report from Secretary Hills says : The next Illinois State Fair will be held at Chicago , September ( i to 10 inclusive . The Fat Stock and Dairy Show will he held at the . Exposition Building , November 8 to 19 inclusive . —A farmers institute under the auspices of the Illinois Board of Agriculture , directed by Hon . Samuel Dysart , Vice-President , Seventh Congressional District , will be held at Prin...

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Eng lish landlords and Their Support , [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886

Eng lish landlords and Their Support , Drafts of $ 10 and under to the aggregate of $ 25 , 000 , 000 is the Bum reported to be sent to Ireland yearly , by the nationality in the United States , to relatives at home . In view of the fact that the peasantry cannot pay the exhorbitant rents of the lordling landlords of England , who own the bulk of Ireland s soil , this may be said to be the sum yearly contributed by the United States , to support the aristocracy there in idleness . Thu sum of $ 60 , 000 , 000 is stated to be drained from Ireland s peasantry by English landlords to be spent in England and ou the continent . Does the United States furnish nearly half this sum ? Meanwhile reports continue of eviction , and turning out of suffering families in winter , to starve in the lee of hedges . As many as 200 warrants of eviction are said to have been signed by a magistrate in one day , in the Killarney district alone , and starvation is reported more terrible in some districts tha...

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The Slue-Grass Kegion . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886

The Slue-Grass Kegion . Harper s for February is in good season as usual . Every number seems to excel the previous one in the artistic finish of its illustrations . A rare article for farmers and their families , and o » e of great general interest , is The Blue-Grass Region of Kentucky by James Lane Allen . The pictures embraoe some finely engraved specimens of the scenery of the country . The first is a summer scene along one of Kentucky s picturesque streams , with a luxuriant border of grass in the foreground . Then comes A Sweet Potato Field , a blue-grass pasture with a show of blooded stock , a spring-house , a sight of which makes one wish that tho new-fangled creameries had never been invented . A full page view of Kentucky river from High Bridge will correct any impression that Colorado has a monopoly of American scenery . The Sheep Pasture with the flock , which you can almost hear bleating under the 1 shade of the trees , would win one back to the pastoral business in s...

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That Blizzard . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886

That Blizzard . It is claimed by the heirs of Tioe s armanac , which predicts the weather a year or so ahead , supposably through some psychological and ^ mysterious knowledge of the conjunction of the planets and things , that the late blizzard was accurately made known therein , as foi ows : From the 3 a to the 13 th a series of storms of more tlian ordinary severity will cross the continent . Each of these storms will be followed by a day or two of clear aud severely cold weather , with strong winds from the northwest . Those living in the North will do well to prepare for very deep suows and unusually severe cold weather during this series of storms . Tho Southern States will be likely to have heavy rains and the extreme South tornadoes . Prom tho 4 th to the 11 th severe northeast gales will be frequent on the New England coast and in the Lake region . But it did not pan out so . It commenced getting cold in Chicago on the Oth , and continued moderately cold to the 13 th , the ...

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Current Events . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886

Current Events . CIIIC ACO . —The losses by fire during 1885 for this city were $ 2 , 240 , 841 . The City Collector has licensed 3 , 271 saloons . Taxes for 1885 have begun to como iu ; $ 150 , 000 since December 1 . Postmaster Judd was confirmed with little opposition . The work of cleaning the larce sewers of the city has begun . It will take about three months work , and will cost $ 10 , 000 to complete the work . it the recent annual meeting of the Chicago Board of Trade the financial statement for the year was presented . It shows a cash balance on hand of $ 35 , 000 . Crane Bros ., the largest pipe and iron manufacturers in the West , are about to movo to Pittsburgh . The Wisconsin Central Railroad build their depot at the corner of Fifth avenue and Polk street . D . L . Moody is in tho city for the first time iu a year . There were 4 , 000 people to hear him preach on Sunday—all that nnniri ant into the tabernacle . PEBSONAI J . —Millionaire Maokay has gone to Paris to make ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886

THE WELL OF ST-. JOHN * There ia plenty of room for two in here , Within the steep tunnel of old gray stone ; nd the well is so dark , and thc spring is so clear . It is quite unsafe to go down alone . It is perfectly safe , depend upon it , Por a girl who can count the steps , like me And if ever I saw dear mother s bonnet . It is there on the hill by the old ash tree . There is nobody but Bees Morgan s cow Watching the dusk on thc milk-wnite sea . Tis the time and the place for a life-long vow . Such as I owe you , and you owe me . Oh , Willie , how can I , in this dark well ? I shall drop the brown pllchcr , if you let go : The long roof is murmuring like a sea-shell . And the shadows are shuddering to and fro . Tis the sound of the ebb in Newton Bay , Quickens the spring as the tide grows less , Even as true love flows alway Counter the flood of the world s success . There is no other way for love to flow ; Whenever it springs in a woman s breast , To the home of its own heart i...

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YOUNG FOLKS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886

YOUNG FOLKS . THE LAND OF THUS-AND-SO . BX JAMES WHITCOMBE 1 ULEI . How would Willie like to go To the land of Thus-and-So ? Everything is proper there : All the children comb their hair Smoother than the fur of cats , Or the nap of high silk hats ; • Every face is clean and whife As a lily washed in light ; Never vaguest soil or speck Found on forehead , throat , or neck ; Every little crimpled ear , In and out , as pure and clear As the cherry blossom s blow In tho land of Thus-and-So . -little boys that never fall Down the stairs , or cry at all , Doing nothing to repent . Watchful and obedient ; . Never hungry , nor in haste , Tidy shoestrings always laced ; Never button rudely torn From its fellows oil unworn ; Knickerbockers always new , Ribbon tie , and collar , too ; Little watches , worn like men . Only always half-past ten ; Just precisely right , you know , For the land of Thus-and So . And thelittle babies there Give no one the slightest care ; Nurse has not a thing to d...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 23 January 1886

4 *** k __\ ¦ j ^ saleBaudbigprofitseosily made aM by men or women making less I 111 ¦ Wm . than | 4 D perweek . We guarantee ma 1 \ A ¦ mthevervheBtchflitcein America M a l—_ . ___ Z-Z-m \ i oT v mon and wo ™ 811 1 ° m *** TK mone ^ Tnogent writes : Your plan brings the % l money quick . 7 . T .. Merrill A Co .. Chicago , 111 . Mention the Farm , Field nnd Stockman . LADIES who live out of town desiring to make purchases of Crochet or Knitting Material of any kind , will do well to Bend for OOT circular . Crochet work furnished to ladies to be done at home . Ladies wishing to do their own Stamping send $ 1 for Stamping Outfit . Agents wanted . WESTERS LACE MFG . CO ., 218 State St ., Chicago . mention the Farm . Field and Stockmun . aa \ MWW , _\ mT * ET 7 TRO-VTIjTAENB , I Jl 111 k V 1 ONLY 1 LUU SOLVENT Known I JllllFrt 1 Permanently dissolves su- ¦ UTB * BW ¦ ¦ ¦ v ¦ perflnonBhair , root & brftnett , in five minutes withont pain , discoloration , or injury . Oor pate...

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