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mm- % m JAMM >^ r ? _ r | W^| m ^ t yA ___ t _ 2 i __ m _^ 3 _^^ S AMt ^ mltVmtJkmM [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 30 January 1886
mm- \ % m \ JAMM &gt;^ r ? _ r | W^| m \^ t yA __^___ t _ 2 i __ m _^ 3 _^^ S AMt ^ mltVmtJkmM Early Broilers . About March 1 st the demand for broilers , or rather spring chickens , will begin , but the prices obtained will depend upon the size . The smaller ones sell best , the lager sizes coming into demand as the season advances . About April , in the Bast , is the best time for selling those of one pound weight , but in the Chicago market May is a better month than April . Whenever asparagus is in demand then is the time to send the chicks to market . In sending them do not forget that some of them will have to be taken directly from the hens , they will not have been weaned , and consequently , unless they are well protected against the cold , they will not arrive in proper condition . Many farmers are disappointed at the prices obtained simply because the chicks are not properly shipped . The Dust Bath . • The dust bath to the fowl is what the washbowl is to an indivi...
APIARY [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 30 January 1886
APIARY Practical Bee Keeping , Mr . Will M . Kellogg , Oneida , one of the most practical of Illinois bee keepers , in an address before the New Jersey and Eastern Convention , in relation to the management of old stocks , advised having several nuclei and giving the old stock a new queen , after pinching out all green cells . He has rarely any more trouble with second swarms from stocks so treated . In taking off surplus honey it was held to help greatly if the sections are sorted into lots at the hive , best and second best , and we should always aim to never send away anything but a first-class article . See to it that every section is as near perfect as possible , scraped clean of all prolopis , neat and inviting , and all extracted honey put in clean , sweet kegs , jars or pails . Pleasing the eye is one-half the battle in disposing of any product . It was urged upon every bee-keeper to l— _ . * . A . — — A— - — . — J 1 I— A . T-. . 1 X 1—A . leave no stone unturned m the effor...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 30 January 1886
-EC 3 r &lt; 3 r FO OX &gt;! Receipt for making an excellent Egg Food , only 25 cts . C . GRANT PRUJJE , Troy , N . Y . FIBST PRIZE GOLD MEDAL . Worlds Fair , New Orleans . EUREKA INCUBATOR , West Elizabeth , Pa . POULTRY SUPPLIES . Bone Meal , Ground Shell , Wire Netting , Egg Baskets , Incubators , Brooders and all kinds of Poultry Breeders Supplies . Send 2-cent stamp for catalogue . P . H . SPEAGUE , 178 South Water St ., Chicago , IlL FOR SALE ! One Western ( Gross ) Incubator . 150-egg Capacity , with Thermostatic Begnlator . New , never used but ten days . In good order . Will sell cheap / as owner is sick and unable to attend to business of any kind . Address Lock Box 464 , Oak Park , Cook Co ., 111 . SBI 0 I 0 HL 7 J 16 . 00 . iH NATURES INCUBATOR . ^¦^ - ^^ MtL ^ aJlM Best known for hatching JgMmwMMSSMSAfBr chicks , ltsprlncIplelB just m _ s _ w _ a _ M _ ^ _ mt _ is _ m _^_ m \___ a hen Bitting on a nest m a wm m mmmmat full of eggs . Chicks can be 3 B ___...
MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 30 January 1886
MISCELLANEOUS Canada Postage Stamps , Wen * day we are receiving q ™ u ^ ities * Canada sta «&gt; Ps - We ha l 6 ***}**/ Lei in using- or sellhig them . Our % iria friends would oblige us by sending 2 » SX in currency , postal money , i » r or bank . drafts or checks . The KB Bank of Commerce courteous y heb . s us out on everything that can readily be converted into current money . The Wisconsin Grange . The fourteenth volume of the proceed- , •„« of tue Wisconsin State Grange is investing- It shows that forty-six granges were represented , and the proceedings as X public show that vital topics are £ Ven attention . The State agency is self supporting , the finances are m good ahaiie and the order in Wisconsin is fully alive to the best interests of the agricultural masses . The Worthy Master is o C Carr , Milton Junction , and the Secretary , H . E . Huxley , Neenah , Wis . Join the Grange . To Members of The Economy Club . In asking for information , if upon two or more p...
Letters and Answers . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 30 January 1886
Letters and Answers . Knows the Editors . —HON . JONATHAN PEBIAM , Associate Editor : Allow me to congratulate the FABM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN . The well known energy and practical intelligence in the editorial department should not only add to the Interest but to the circulation of the FABM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN . —J - . L . I . ovcll Washer Co . —I would like to know i £ tlje Lovell Washer Co . advertised In theFABM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN is reliable . —Mrs . M . D „ Colo , la . —Tes . We believe all our advertisers are reliable . Likes the Change—I am heartily glad you have got control of the paper . Since it has improved so much , and is now one of the best agricultural publications extant , I shall not lose possession of the FABM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN , and will continue it for another year . I will send you my subscription in time . —5 . V . G . Monarch Novelty Co . —Can you answer through your valuable paper as to the standing of the Monarch Novelty Co . ( limited ) of Cincinnati ,...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 30 January 1886
Valuable as a preventive , Ayers Sarsaparilla proves still more valuable , in thousands of cases , for the cure of chronic diseases . Warren Leland , the famous hotel proprietor of New York city , says that Ayer s Sarsaparilla cured one of his farm laborers of old Scrofulous ulcers ; also , that he has personally used Ayer s Sarsaparilla In Rheumatism • with entire success . Charles Foster , 370 Atlantic ave ., Boston , Mass ., writes : Two years ago I was prostrated with Rheumatism . I tried various remedies , with little benefit , until I took AYERSSarsaparilla by which I was entirely cured . Sold by all Druggists . Price $ 1 ; six bottles , $ 5 . Prepared by Dr . J . C . Ayer &amp; Co ., Lowell , Mass ., V . S . A . Mention the Farm , Field nnd Stockman . _^______ M ____ rn WEAK . NERV 0 US INVALIDS , fn mmMtAMAaB andothersseektngHealth , ° 0 fli 7 * 13 AU Strength and Energy , are Vi ISISMHIH advised to send for The A w \\\ MamwmmwM i . lectrlc Beview , wbich _ Am \_^ M ...
FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 30 January 1886
FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN Published Weekly . Subscription Price , $ 1 . 30 per year , in advance , including our Free Seed Distribution to each subscriber , Single numbers , five cents . Subscriptions may be sent direct to the office , or given to any Postmaster or Subscription Agent . Changes . —Subscribers wishing to change their Postoffice address must send their former as well aB the address to which they wish their paper sent . Remittances . —Money may be sent at our risk by postal note , money order , express order , hi a registered letter , or by draft pavablo in New York or Chicago , or by express . Correspondence . —Wo iuvite correspondence on subjects of interest to our readers , for either the Farm or Home Department , but respectfully request thac all such articles shall be short and concise . Please write on one Bide of paper , and put business matters on separate sheet . Discontinued . —The FABM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN is a . uay-discontinued at tho expiration of the time...
% % _ % _ % § [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 30 January 1886
% % _ % _ % § Look at Tliese Figures !!! If your label reads 113 ( and the record left us by the former publishers is correct ) your subscription has expired ; and , unless you have already renewed it , or shall do so at once , this will be the last number you will get . Unless instructed to do otherwise we always discontinue tho paper when the time is up . - Hundreds of renewals are coming in every day . Thousands have already renewed . Not one old subscriber lias had a word of anything but commendation of the new management and of tho paper since the change . There are a very few of the No . 113 who , for some reason , have not yet renewed . Probably most of them have merely neglected to note the fact that their subscription had expired . A few may not find it convenient to remit this week . If you have not the money just now , or for any reason wish to wait a short time , send us word on a postal card and wc will wait for you a month or so , and continue the paper . We do not wan...
How to Use Economy Clnb . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 30 January 1886
How to Use Economy Clnb . Send postal stating what you want to buy and get net prices . If they are better than you can do otherwise , then you can send your cash and order . ¦ No Secret Organization . A correspondent , a member of the German Baptist Church , askes if the Economy Club is a secret organization , as he could not join it if it is . There are no secrets about it whatever . Everything is open and above-board . All the booKs are open to the inspection of any member .
• • A Great Power for Good . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 30 January 1886
• • A Great Power for Good . The following is a specimen of many letters we are getting with the renewals every day , It shows how our friends go to work to get us new subscribers : MUNI * , CEDAB CO ., IA ., Jan . 18 , 1886 . HowAitD &amp; WILSON Pun . Co .: The last number ol vour most excellent and valuable journal reccive d in due season . I can truly say you have made a wonderful change in its character and make-up . I have had considerable dealings with your Mr . Wilson , and have found him to be an upright , honorable man , with whom it is a pleasure to do business . By reputation I have known Gen . Howard for years , and with such a power behind the throne the FAUM , FIELD AND S TOCKMAN cannot help but become a great power tor good , an earnest advocate ot the farmers rights . Please send me another copy of vour seed offer . I want to get you some subscribers . I enclose a list of names for samples . Wishing you tho success you so richly deserve , I hope to remain a ...
Be in Season . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 30 January 1886
Be in Season . In time of peace prepare for war , is an old saying which the farmer can make useful by improving his leisure time now in preparing for the coming spring and summer work . Mend up the harnesses ; see that the tools and wagons are well protected with a good coat of paint and in proper working order . It is a good time now also , to lay out a definite plan for spring work , and the proper rotation of crops . It is those who are fore-handed who usually win in the battle of life .
Why Leavethe South ? [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 30 January 1886
Why Leavethe South ? We are sorry to see from the Southern papers that there are plain indications of a strong tide of emigration setting outward from that quarter—an ebb-tide and a spring-tide ebb so to speak . A New Orleans paper is our authority . Prom the Carolinas the current is towards California . No doubt the prejudice against the Chinese may have started a bid for negro labor . From the South Atlantic and Gulf States the movement to Arkansas , which has never fully ceased since it began in 1808-70 , is said to be on the increase . More or less connected with this is the revival of the exodus to Kansas . This did not prove altogether a success , and would not have been taken up again but for urgent cause . It is further reported that a certain African Colonization Society is waking up under the pressure to get away from the South . What is tho occasion of this desire to leave the native South ? These people have home attachments there . The climate suits them . They are accu...
• Kansas to Pay the Fiddler . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 30 January 1886
• Kansas to Pay the Fiddler . The decision of Judge Brewer , in the Kansas liquor case , is a kind of doubleender . It is not , however , like the old blunderbus that used to stand temptingly behind the door—an heirloom from the Madawaska war—and which was as dangerous to the ambitious youth who pulled the trigger , as to the game at the other end . The Judge is safe , whether from the prohibitionists or the brewers . The latter may be pleased , and claim that the Judge was directly descended from some good old Anglo-Saxon brewer , who was wont both to brew and to prove his own ale in nightly wassail . The decision tends to bring them some compensation for the loss of their business , but it will be , if sustained , barely the value of their manufactory . It touches no principle that can ever restore their lost occupation . Judge Brewer plainly declares that he does not in the least question the power of the State to absoulutely prohibit the manufacture of beer or doubt that such pr...
A Normal Norman . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 30 January 1886
A Normal Norman . The illustration this week of Mr . E . McNaught s Norman horse , Vermouth , five years old and black , is that of a particularly fine ani inal . The proprietor of this importing and breeding stable , at Normal , III ., is a comparatively young man , but thoroughly posted in all that pertains to draft horses , and especially so in the strain of Norman ? , to which he gives his sole attention , selecting his animals personally in France . The horses now on hand range from three to five years of age , so that persons intending to purchase this season may be assured of getting not only young , but carefully selected , excellent sires . It is supposed by many that the Normans are not eligible to breed with the common farm mares of the country . Such , however , is not the fact . The product of the first cross is large , compact , elegant horses , fit to do any farm work , haul heavy loads on country roads , or draw the family carriage , in good style , to social gatheri...
Editorial Notes . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 30 January 1886
Editorial Notes . —WebBter , unabridged , on pea weevil says , see pea bug . It is not a bug but a beetle . —Blaine is a bi-metalist . In the forthcoming volume , it is said , he advocates the continuance of silver coinage . —A four-handed duel at Manchester , Ky ., resulted just right . Three of the chivalrous (?) fighters were killed outright , and the : survivor is mortally wounded . A black bottle of whisky caused the fight . There is nothing like Kentucky whisky for getting in its work promptly . It is strictly prohibitory when life is involved . —Genuine hog cholera has been found in 1 , 595 hogs on the four western counties of Massachusetts . The Cattle Commissioners attribute it io the use of infected Western pork the refuse of which , from city boarding houses and hotels , was fed to swine . —Rural New Yorker . What a good thing that the West is so broad . Do these Yorkers eat their pork raw , and so much of it that the leavings poison hogs ? —An entire electrotype page giv...
Current Events . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 30 January 1886
Current Events . catCAGO . — The Chicago daily newspapers ha . ve each given the proceeds of a page of adver- « ., no- to the Newsboy s Home . Altogether about ftflOOO has been raised . Mr . 0 . A . Pillsbury , V weU known Minneapolis miller , has applied for membership in the Chicago Board of Trade . __ At a special meeting in Farwell hall , D . L . Moody called for $ 250 , 000 for a training school for lay-workers and for a foundation for evangelistic work in Chicago . Cyrus H . McCormick subscribed $ 100 , 000 . Others subscribed $ 50 ,- 000 in sums of $ 5 , 000 each . The late Jerome B chambers , of Chicago , left an estate believed to bo worth $ 300 , 000 . pEBSONAL . -Rev . Henry N . Hudson , the noted Shakesperean scholar , is dead . Ex-Sen-ator Simon Cameron , of Pennsylvania , is 87 years old and still hale and hearty . OBNEBAIi . Henry Lloyd has been ohosen Governor of Maryland by the Legislate The Illinois Central K . E . has declared a serai-annual dividend of 4 per cent...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 30 January 1886
For Ladies Only . All ladies who send us five ( 5 ) red stamps will reoeive , by mail , our beautiful May Blossoms , a handsome panel of delicate flowers , mounted on heavy giltedged bevel board , forming an attractive parlor ornament . We feel certain it will greatly please yon . Address F . L . Peiro , 207 Opera House , Chicago , 111 . NOTE . —We know the person making the above offer and can vouch for its truthfulness . We can assure you that all he says can be relied on . —EDITOR . Those who take Dr . Jones Red Clover Tonic never have dyspepsia , costiveness , bad breath , piles , pimples , ague and malaria , poor appetite , low spirits , headache or kidney troubles . Price 50 oents .