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Goose and Plum Pudding . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 December 1884
Goose and Plum Pudding . Such a bustle ensued that you might have thought a goose the rarest of all birds ; a feathered phenomenon , to which a block swan was a matter of course—and in truth it was something very like it in that house . Mrs . Cratchit made the gravy ( ready beforehand in a little saucepan ) hissing hot ; Master Peter mashed the potatoes with incredible vigor ; Miss Belinda sweetened up the apple-sauce ; Martha dusted the hot plates ; Bob took Tiny Tim beside him in a tiny corner at the table ; the two young Cratchits set chairs for everybody , not forgetting themselves , and mounting guard upon their posts crammed spoons into their mouths , lest they should shriek for goose before their turn came to be helped . At last the dishes were set on , and grace was said . It was succeeded by a breathless pause , as Mrs Cratchit , looking slowly all along the carving-knife , prepared to plunge it in the breast ; but when she did , and when the long expected gush of stuffing ...
From an Autobiography . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 December 1884
From an Autobiography . denly pervaded the entire house . Doors were continually being locked to keep somebody from seeing something , and everybody , from mamma down to Dot and Dimple , was wonderfully busy . Gay colored silks and crewels knotted themselves up fearfully under impatient fingers , and bits of silk and satin filled the work [ baskets , and overflowed the floor . The home rang with laughter and jollity and , full ot sympathy , I CONCLUDED . Some weeks passed away before my foot was thoroughly healed , and I was just beginning to be myself again , when an air of mystery sud wagged my tail from morning till night . It grew colder and colder outside , but roaring fires within kept out Jack Frost , who longed to decorate the window panes . The beautiful plants in the bay window were more flourishing than ever , and on the 24 th of December an exquisite rose and a cluster of scarlet geranium burst into bloom , but their loveliness paled before the fruitage of a wonderful tr...
Farm , Field ^ Fireside . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 December 1884
Farm , Field ^ Fireside . PUBLISHED THE FIRST OF EACH MONTH . Subscription Price . $ 1 . 0 O per Tear , ln advance * Single Numbers , 10 Cents . Subucrlptlon . mny bo sent direct to the office , or given to any of ourautnurizeil traveling agents . Chun tree . —Subscribers wishing- to change their Post Office ad-res . ; must send then * former as well as the address to which they wish their paper sent . Bern ( ttanccft . — Money may he sen t at our risk by postal order , express order , in n . registered letter or By draft £ ayablo in New York or Chicago , or by express . ont send personal checks on focal banks as we will not accept them . —Stamps . —One or two cents taken in sum . less than one dollar . Correopondcnc * -. — . Ve invite correspondence on subjects of interest to our renders , for either tho Farm or Home Departments , but respectfully request that all such articles shall be short and concise . Com pen Hiitl on . — -Where compensation is requested , the price must accom...
The Farm . Field and Stockman . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 December 1884
The Farm . Field and Stockman . No doubt this title may seem strange to those who have lieen accustomed to the familiar name of the FARM , FIELD AXD FIHESIDE , yet with the beginning of the new ycai , and the increase of our number of issues , we have thought it best to adopt the newer title for reasons that will be at Once apparent to oui readers . It has long boon a fact that , although we are known as the FARM , FIELD AND FIRESIDE , our journal is more largely devoted to the improvement ot live stock than many that profess directly to be exclusive in that interest , and in order that the fact , may be brought more immediately within the notice of those who are engaged in tlie pursuit of stock raising , we have thought it best to designate our professions by adopting a title more in harmony with our practice , and hence we will in the future be known as the FAior , FIELD AND STOCKMAN . While making a change in name , however , there will lie no alteration in the character of our m...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 December 1884
Seasonable Literature . 2 Tow I am in a holiday humor . The passing months with fchoir suggestive themes of pastime and occupation indicate the prevailing tone of incoming song and story , for writers like all other mortals are extremely susceptible to nature s changing moods , and from January to January greet their readers with the fitting compliments of the season . The Christmas bells from hill to hat , Answer eac / i other in tlie mist , and as their joyful notes intone the grand old legend , Peace on Earth , Good Will to Men , the handiwork of our great novelists have given quick response . Into homes of high and low degree , among rich and poor , lame , halt and blind their ready pen conducts us . We are infected by their fancies , we laugh or cry at the will of the master s hand , but over and above all is the influence of the hour and the time . The glamour of the day is about us . The ghost of Christmases past and Christmases present may take us as they did Scrooge into ab...
FUTURE LIFE . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 December 1884
FUTURE LIFE . The future life of travelers on this terrestrial sphere is destined to be a happy one when their paths lie between Chicago and the Eastern cities , ii legance and luxury in the appointments ot U \ e principal highways will aid toward that end . The Michigan Central Railroad has always held a foremost place amongst the lines between Chicago and the Atlantic seaboard , 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 design and selectness of adornments , all 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 Cuisine is quite on a par with the finish of the cars , and all that may minister to the nourishment of the body , o...
Cheap Cellar for Storing Boots . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 December 1884
Cheap Cellar for Storing Boots . sides . Flat the ends with the axe and lay two cross poles as you would in starting a log house . In these end pieces one foot from the end cut notches for the next side poles to lie in . With each round , set the side poles in a foot , which will give a regular slant to the roof , and make a very strong frame for the weight that is to come upon it . The end that is to contain the door should be carried up straight , while the other may be slanted up the same as the sides . Cover this frame with cull or common lumber , laying the boards on up and down . Next put on aheavy layer of marsh hay or straw to keep the dirt from coming in contact with and rotting the lumber . Over this put a foot of earth , and , if they can be had without too much trouble , a covering of sods . A shute should be provided for filling the house , and a small ventilating flue for winter . The end where the door is located should be double-boarded and filled in between with saw...
A Cheap Ice-House , [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 December 1884
A Cheap Ice-House , An ice-house need not be a costly institution , says the JVete England Farmer , and it need not be sunk in the ground , and there is no necessity for double walls . A roof to ward off sun and rain , and something which will hold sawdust at the sides of the ice , are all that is required . The loot and sides may be made of the very commonest and cheapest materials . Two of the most satisfactory ice-houses I have ever seen were the cheapest . Of one , the sides were made of rough poles , and of the other , of refuse hoards und slabs . Neither cost more than $ 20 . The greatest expense was for the roof , for that must be able to turn rain . In the section where the lite-house was a pole pen with a board roof , poles could be had for nothing . There must be good drainage . To secure this , broken rooks are usually recommended ; but if you have not the rock throw in sticks of wood or rail pieces till you have a foundation a foot deep . Upon this put a layer of sawdust...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 December 1884
THE BEST PERIODICALS FOR COUNTRY HOMES . HARPERS MAGAZINE- HARPERS WEEKLY . I HARPERS BAZAR . I HARPERS YOUNG PEOPLE . The Giant of the Monthlies . A Picture History of Our Own Times . Ko Fami . . Should be Without It . Tb BradS * Juvenile I The circulation of HAJIPEH S MAGAZINE has always HAHPEH S WEEKLY is the best illustrated paper in HAHPEH S YOUNG PEOPLE , published weekly , is the been greater than that of any other periodical of its class America . It presents , week by week , in faithful and HAIIPEB S BAZAR published weekly , is the woman s pa- best help of the parent and teacher , exerting a reflnina in America : while in England it has outrun all the En- graphic pictures , the noteworthy events of the day ; por- per . Its Pattern Sheet Supclement alone , of which be- influence through its entertaining stories , anecdotes 0 ! glish magazines of its price . traits ot men of the time ; reproductions of the works of iween twenty and thirty are issued each year , will en- trave...
THE HEALER . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 December 1884
THE HEALER . BYB . B . W . When oer the heart a sorrow hangs . Like some dark bird of prey , With ready beak and cruel fangs To tear its hopes away . Then smiles are strangers to the lips . The clieek s bright colors die , . And blinding tears hold In eclipse The joy tliat filled the eye . But now , where gloom so dense was seen , Bow marvelous the change . When Love , the healer , cometh In , With powers sweet and strange ! For at his presence grief takes wing . With cruel fang and beak , While to the heart new feelings spring , And hope and gladness speak . So pain and sadness disappear , And life finds rest and peace Where Love , tlie angel , bids the tear Of care and sorrow cease . Then to the Up the smite returns . And to the clieek tlie rose . And to the eye the toy that burns The brighter for its woes !
FALSELY ACCUSED ; [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 December 1884
FALSELY ACCUSED ; OB , Helen Eolleston s Lover . The Most Interesting and Fascinating Story Ever Written . BT CHARLES EEADE . SYNOPSIS . The reader is introduced to merchant Wardlaw and son—the former the bead of an old and honored mercantile establishment in London , a man of strict integrity , and hard as iron ; the latter a . fast young man , has just passed the Oxford examination under the severe tutoring of his intimate friend , the Bev . Robert Penfold . Tho son has led a fast life at college ,, gambled and in debt , and hopes to take up his fathersnusiness and pay his own urgent obligations . The son is a remarkable imitator with Eencil and pen . A note for two thousand pounds signed y Wardlaw , Sr ., and endorsed by Penfold . has been discounted by a bill broker , and found to be a forgery . Penfold is arrested , found guilty , and sentenced to penal servitude in Australia , The son , Arthur Wardlaw , meantime falls madly in-love with General Bollcston s daughter Helen . The...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 December 1884
AVERS AgneGure IS WARRANTED to cure all cases of malarial disease , such as . Fever an d Ag ue , Intermittent or Chill Fever , Eemittent Fever , Dumb Ague , Bilious Fever , and Liver Complaint . In case of failure , after due trial , dealers are authorized , b y our ci rcular o f July 1 st , 1882 , to refund the money . DP . J . C . Ayer &amp; Co ., Lowell , Mass . Sold by all Druggists . Mention the Farm , Field and Fireside .
Page 21 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 December 1884
VflllUfi UCU learn Shorthand by mail and we I UUllU mCll will assist you to a position . AddressProf . A . N . Gaebler , Box 404 , St . Louls . Mo . ACTRESSES Photos , 5 elegant samples worth 25 cents mailed for one dime . A , B . Warfel , Cadiz , Ohio . JA Loveliest Chroma Oardsyou ever saw , 40 styles with ¦ tW name on 10 c . O . CARD 00 ., Yellow Springs , Ohio mmmm GSII lit ? 6 ° B—t Chrome Cards , name on m Haw Style AlfUil . tyf 100 Selections for Autograph Albums , BUKJli WNew Games , 100 Latest Song * * Sample . &amp; price list all for Mc . 6 pks and Plated Ring free , for 60 c Agents wasted . Helaon Card Co ., Waltham , Mass . YAro-OT ^^ s ^ THS I If ( Jill sTHEE for ten two-cent stamps , Cut Ihb out . YOU CAN MAKE MQipj ?^ business , address FlrlLBV , GRANT _ Co ., New Orleans , La . • as t \[ i 1 f , 1 \ 0 allperftimod , New designs , little beauties , Gold ¦ ft || uJUUI 9 Chrome , Verses , Mottoes and Hidden Name , % g Wwith an elegantprtze , 10 c . Ivory Card C...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 December 1884
THE HERBRAND FIFTH WHEEL * 3 g The Herbrand Co ., Fremont , 0 ., Manfrs . Noiseless , low hanging , prevents accidents from broken king bolts ; examine a buggy with this Improvement before buying , 4 large Embossed Christmas Cards ( worth 40 cents ) , only one dime . V . S . BOCKAF--L-H , SomervlHo , X . J . S fl OABDS , all Hidden Nome and New Embossed ttll Chromes , 10 c . Agents make money . Elegant Book ~ v 0 fsamplw 2-. OLINTON _ C 0 ., NorthH » ven , 0 t . pipnt Sample Book , Premium List , Price List sen WU 1 IW free . V . S . OABD Qli , Centerbrook , Conn • eComio Transparent St 25 ( no ¦ Jr . . ikc ) Ohromo Cords ,. - Wtname on , 10 o . Present free . . l . xiiiSES . Cassville . Ohio . ¦¦ ABENT 81 WANTED 8 SS 5 r _ S _ V __ JS . Uag IKaehlna enr invested . Will knit s pair of ItooHngs with If EEI , and TOE completa / ln an mlnutei . It will also knit a great variety of fancywork for which there is always a ready market . Pen * tor clraflar and terms to the TwtmWy Knitting a...
Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 December 1884
CHICAGO MAGNETIC SHIELD CO . I MIGHTY !! MATCHLESS ! [ MAGICAL ! 1 MAGNETISMT Wise men fellow wherever Science leads them , while bigots will not leave the beaten paths of Tradition . Searching for the Truth . The Mew Plain Road to Health . . _ s _ S 3 Fl __ ii £ _ 3 &gt;^ _ ____^ HIiiii __&amp; B __ ^ That men are sick snd suffering ao one will Magnetism is the fountain of life . It ls ^ n ^ Tlii ] _^ i __^^__ ____ N __ i _ _ p ^___ ^^__ H __ S deny . That the majority of the human family coeternal with space and spirit . It radiates J-. J ,. I 1 . S I JL _ - _ ^^^ |^ B ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ B ] in civilized countries do not have natural con- In gentle currents to all the planets in the firm- J * T T * f | lT | J ^§ IB __§__ B _ B _§ II _^ E ^^^__^__ I 15 ditions is equally certain . From one end of the aments whose diameters are eternity . It gives ^ - 1 ... 8 fi I f . _» *^ ^ ~ s £ gg £ ^ earth to the other the wall of misery is heard , ns light , heat and life . It dev...
Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 December 1884
« BrM 2 KS 6 a C-BAHAl- flour and Corn in the duTSX ___ V __&gt; BC _ XiX _ ( F . Wilson s Patent ) . lOO per e .. _„ £ ent 1 more made in keeping pool- _!_ CtJL 4 L B 5 _? 2 ^ ~« MirXS and FARM FEEH MILLS , circulars and Testimonials sent on application . WILSON BKOS ., . Boston . Pa . ftleiuion the Form , Field and Fireside . UNJAIBC . ^ fWH *! 1 * Tone ^ Toncli , Worlanansliip and Dnrability . WILLIAM KNABE * CO . Nos . 204 and 206 West Baltimore Street , Baltimore . No . i _&lt; t Fifth Avenue , N . V . A . REED _ HONS . Sole Agents , 136 State St , OhicagA Mention the Farm , Field and Fireside * MILLINERY GOODS FREE ! ^_\ liV , The cubltihna of HOME S ® . ^* GUJlE &amp; r , the weU known 48 col . ffjQa @ S &amp; \ Illustrated Literary Paper for the _ a ___ B __ BHa __ Home , reallxing the great inconvenSHBBHMSUL lence ladies in the country towns jMHfiXpHiI arocausei by their Inability to obtain _ JM |^ Sg sultabl hat trimmings at reasonable _____...