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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886

Sweetening Rancid Batter . MR EDITOB : Please inform me how to sweeten ranoid butter , If you fagw any such PT B % / 6 ot Prairie , JU . There is no process practically applicable on the farm . It may be fairly deodorized by washing the butter , chopped very fine , in dilute sulphuric acid ; but when deodorized the product is no better than so much fat . If there are not facilities for keeping butter cool , in farm dairies , after carefully making and working , it should be sold before it changes . Fattening off Old Cows . It is a waste of food to begin fattening the cow while she is giving milk , as nothing is required for a cow being made ready for the butcher but plenty of corn meal and hay . The fattening of the cow should begin as soon as she dries off ; she should be confined to her stall , being allowed in the yard an hour a day for exercise . Feed her three times a day with corn meal , giving a full allowance of hay morning and night . The object should be to get the cow fat...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Stockman
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886

VETERINARY The several departments of the FAKM , PIEUJ AND STOCKMAN are for the use and convenience of its patrons . Subscribers wishing advice will please state their questions plainly and concisely . In relation to diseases and ailments of live stock , it is necessary that we be informed fully of the symptoms as observed , else it will be impossible to fully understand and prescribe for the case . fiivc the Heifer Best . — MAX , Sherman , Texas : We should advise milking the two-year-old heifer , but with excellent feeding . We also advise that the heifer be not bred until after the lapse of a year , since the same difficulty will be apt to occur , as she suffered before . Lameness . —J . K ., Jr ., Lansing , 111 .: The difficulty is not from stifling ( luxation of the patella ) else the leg would be carried back and without use of the limb . Examine the entire limb for undue heat in some particular part , giving rest in the meantime , and write us fully . Tho presumption is that ...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Stockman
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886

SMAII * CALF kflBSH OlYMLL 0 PEEDER _ RMHl This MEW article is appreciated aud ap- ^ HwiH | fijj ^| proved by all progressive Farmers aud __ BKWBBI _ W Stock : Raisers . The calf suckrt its food WWrn ^ M-RmmWi • lowly , fa s perfectly natural way , thrlv- O g | 9 |^^ HB | l lug as well as when fed on its own mother . lll | ll ~ lllllia Hp m ! t ~ fl Circulars free . SM ALL & MATTHEWS , A 81 South Market Street , BOSTON , MASS . Ml « DELAWARE COUNTY CREAMERY Write at once for circulars and special offer to first purchaser . Address Delaware County Creamery Co ., — ^ BENTOiV HAKBOB , MICH . 0 A Funk slmproved I I CALF FEEDER 1 is the only one that gives genii I II ~— satisfaction , 5000 already I i ¦ * nuse * ^ y one or ^ ^ * or Mention the Fnrm , Field and Stockman . fff fSBft | r McDERMAIDS tt _^_« Standard Boss Churn jnHuH ^ AND WHITE ASH BETTER TUBS . WJBE ___ - _\ mmm mWB % Thfl D 6 St CbUHl 111 th 6 > V 01 * Id . A H ^ H _ B _ i _ Mrt Icbild can work It . ...

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__ f J _ JLafiifc : VA / 4 _ iffl _ iMl _ iM m-W _^ - mlmM l __ liPl __»* p _ iP ^ J _ B _ K 1 I vKWhMA ^ I ^ SijfAmJhl ^ mvrWS [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886

__ f J _ JLafiifc : VA / 4 _ iffl _ iMl _ iM m-W _^ - mlmM l __ liPl __»* p _ iP ^ J _ B _ K 1 I vKWhMA ^ I ^ SijfAmJhl ^ mvrWS Selecting Breeds . It is no easy matter for the beginner to select the breed of fowls that will suit his tastes the best . The many sterling qualities of the numerous breeds make it very difficult to choose which one is the best . Of course every beginner should begin with but one variety . The trim Leghorns , the White , Brown , Dominique and Black , lay a great many eggs in summer , do not incubate and have many other desirable qualities . Directly opposite to the Leghorn family in symmetry and weight are the majestic Brahmas . Heavy weight , combined with finely flavored flesh , make this breed desirable , Because they are heavy weights many seem to think that they must feed them accordingly , and of course they get them hog fat as it were , and lose many by apoplexy . What they do manage to raise never lay , from excessive fatness , whereas they should ...

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APIARY [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886

APIARY Bee Keeping at this Season . Following the discussion on wintering bees at the Detroit Convention , in summing up , Rev . W . F . Clarke said there were three matters of great importance to him which had transpired . First , Mr . Hall had explained his method of beekeeping , and he was much obliged to him for it . Second , Mr . Barber and Mr . Hall had supplied confirmation of the hibernation theory . A year ago he did not understand Mr . Barber s method . Mr . B . said at the Rochester convention that his ( Mr . C s ) method was a cold system of wintering , and his ( Mr . Bs ) a warm one . This was a mistake . Our systems are alike , only Mr . Barber secured the right temperature in the whole cellar , and I secured it in the single hive . But Mr . Barber s bees quiesce in the fall ; if the hive is too full of bees , a cluster will hang outside ; they remain in torpor until the breeding instinct awakes , and then they arouse to activity . Third , the pollen theory has got its...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886

CHOICE POULTRY-Write for Price-list au 4 Circular . Mns . A . W . LEHMANN , Neosho , Bodge Co ., Wis . EGGS from seven varieties of Land and Water Fowls . Stock No . 1 . Satisfaction guaranteed . Circulars free . T . H . NOKJIIAN , Pnlma , Ky . IMPORTED Black Bed Game Fowls , Light Brahmas 14 lbs each . Brown Leghorns , Silver-Crested I olonds Silver-Spangled Hamburgs . All warranted . Lost throe varieties , non-sitters . Eggs $ 2 per 13 . Address DEE E . PARKER , Versailles . Cattaraugus Co ., N . Y RI 0 aOfiL ? S 13 . 0 O . J || NATURES INCUBATOR _—___ t—___ Wum Best known for hatching A ___ mm _ ¥ H ___ f chicks . ltsprlncipleisjust B ^^ 2 _ £ _ 3 _ BB like a hen sitting on a nest lM _______________ MM ____ mi full of eggs . Chicks can be _____ T ___________ B _ i __ raised in It at 5 oriS cts . per ¦ H ^ UffiM lb ., and sold for 20 to 25 cts . ^ IflnAEANTEEDll women and boys to make I RELIABLE I money . Send for circular . Address Natures Inctrtmtor Co ., quincy , 111 . Tlie Bon...

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MISCELLANEOUS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886

MISCELLANEOUS . Cheap Laud . r see in the iss ^ e of Jinus 9 an inouiry for cheap land by O . W . 0 ., of Aiwhenv City , Pa . I will say in reply fhat in this central southern part of MBsouri there is considerable vacant public 5 subiect to homestead entry . It will cost pnrchaBer $ 14 for ICO acres , as entry fee and about $ 2 as fees at tune of final proof at expiration of five years and no tax to pay until final proof is made . Of course the land is not so productive as the prairies of Illinois or Iowa , or it would have been entered long since . It i , hilly timbered land , well watered , with never failing springs of clear , cold water The soil is adapted to the growth of all tame grasses that have ever been tried here also all kinds of vegetables and fruits , small grain , and reasonably fair for corn The country has not been settled up much until late years , owing to distance from market , but the _ . C S . 6 M B . B . now runs tttrougn tnls P ar * 0 I the country and has gi...

Publication Title: Farm, Field, And Stockman
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Letters and Answers . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886

Letters and Answers . WVANDOTT _ S .-Mrs . A . W . Lehmann , Neosho , Wis ., writes us that she has Wyandottes and other breeds of poultry to sell . Wo have known Mrs . Lehmann for some years , and take pleasure In commending her as altogether reliable . Fvcry Farmer in thc Northwest . —A member of my family takes your paper and under its new management it is not too much to say that it is the best paper for the least money . Every farmer ln the Northwest ought to take ti . —E . O . Merrill , DePere , Wis . Cotton Belt . —Can you tell me whether or not the Cotton Belt , Memphis , Tenn ., is reliable ? It comes to me in the form of a sample copy , with such liberal offers that I am afraid of it , What is it—a decent paper or a fraud?—W . K . B ., Dickson XBoads , La . —We cannot recommend it . II . A . Ells •_ Co . —Do you know whether this firm , 161 LaSalle St ., Chicago , is reliable or not ? Please let me know through your paper . —J . P . M ., Bethlehem , Ga . , —We found the fi...

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FARM . FIELD AND STOCKMAN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886

FARM . FIELD AND STOCKMAN Published Weekly . Subscription Price , $ 1 . 90 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 as 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 payable in New York or Chicago , or by express . Correspondence . —We invite correspondence on subjects or interest to our readers , for either tho Farm or Home Deportments , but respectfully request that all such articles shall be short and conciBe . Please write on one side of paper , and put business matters on separate sheet . Discontinued . —The FABM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN is always discontinued at the expiration of the time...

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Your Label Again . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886

Your Label Again . If it reads 114 and you have not sent in your renewal , this is the last number due you . The full number paid for ( 24 ) has been sent for the $ 1 paid the former publishers . There are still a few of the 113 , 114 and 115 who have not yet renewed . Please notify us at once if you want the pnper continued , either by sending the money , or if short of cash just now , notify us on a postal card , saying you will remit within a month or so , and we will continue the paper . A New Plan . We are preparing a plan which will be fully explained in our next week s issue , for organizing branch Farmer s Economy Clubs among our readers in different parts of the country . One object is to extend the benefits of the Economy Club to the producing classes , enabling them to do away with the middleman and reap the advantages of wholesale rates in their , purchases . Another leading object will be to perfect an organization to stand up intelligently , boldly and efliciently for ...

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"Treating" Law Makers . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886

Treating Law Makers . The butterine men are sly . It is stated that a glib-spoken member of Congress , occupying a handsome suite at a fashionable hotel , invites Senators and Representatives to his parlors , where on the sideboard are choicest wines and liquors—no food except dainty biscuits . Being well wined and liquored , they are invited to try a cracker . It is buttered (?) with ox or swine butter , and thus law makers are educated to a taste of articles which the patent office archives show , as among the materials used in the manufacture , to be sour milk , animal fat , almond oil , peanut oil , olive oil , soda ash , stearine , orris root , lard treated with a solution of nitric acid and borax , butyric acid , bicarbonate of soda , glycerine , saltpetre , boracic acid , benzoic acid , sal soda , fusel oil , sulphuric acid , etc ., etc . Polly want a cracker ?

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Crisis in the British Ministry . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886

Crisis in the British Ministry . Naturally Americans sympathize with the Liberal party . It is regarded as the people s party , as progressive , favoring liberty and opposed to aristocratic prerogatives . But in the present overthrow of the Tory ministry American farmers will be particularly interested . The resolution , which was carried against the Government by 829 to 250 , was in favor of some measure of relief to farm laborers—looking to security of tenure for renters of land and to allotments of small holdings . In short , the Liberal party recognized the fact that 2 , 000 , 000 new voters had just spoken and that landlordism was on the wane . Mr . Gladstone , far-seeing and astute as usual , came out clearly and strongly for the measure . The Tory leaders had announced that they would introduce a bill for the suppression of the National League . This at once cast off the Parnellites who had heed allies during the election . Evidently the Tories despised their new-found Irish ...

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The Bill to Regulate Railroads . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886

The Bill to Regulate Railroads . The report of the Cullom Commission on Inter-State commerce ¦ is a subject of great general interest . The facts have been carefully gathered from all parts of the country . Two citizens , not members of Congress , were on the Commission . The report indicates thatthey have probed deeply . If they have not touched the source of the railroad trouble no one is likely to find it . The measure proposed may not be perfect , but it certainly has a better basis of information and of 6 andid and careful investigation of all the interests involved than any previous bill brought forward in Congress . No doubt many amendments will be suggested , both from the standpoint of the aggrieved public and of the monopolists . With so many direct representatives of money-power and monopoly in both Houses , it is not to be supposed there will be any lack of advocacy for the railways . Selfish greed will have its say . Better than ever before will the advocates of equity ...

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I Give You That Orange . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886

I Give You That Orange . It would seem a good plan if people could be educated to the fact that lawyers in making laws are inclined to verbiage instead of simple fact . Sail s Journal of Health quotes , I give you that orange , and thinks it would be in what is called in legal phraseology an absolute conveyance of all right and title therein . Oh , no I The bewildering lawyer would make it more , something like this , and our contemporary quotes : I give you all and singular my estate and interest , right , title and claim , and advantage of and in that orange , with all its rind , skin , juice , pulp and pips , and all right and advantage therein , with full power to bite , cut , suck and otherwise eat the same , or give the same away as fully and effectually as I , said A . B ., am now entitled to bite , cut , suck or _ otherwise eat the same orange , or give the same away with or without its rind , juice , pulp and pips , anything heretofore or hereafter , or in any other u deeds...

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Pensions for Soldiers' Widows . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886

Pensions for Soldiers Widows . The House of Representatives , at Washington , has been discussing the pension question in its various aspects . The specific measure was a bill to increase the pension of the widows of soldiers disabled in the United States service , from $ 8 to $ 12 per month . No doubt the aggregate resulting from this change would bb considerable . But any person who believes in the equity of any invalid pensions ought to be able to see that a great nation like the United States cannot afford to be mean in any attempt to compensate those who have suffered loss in its service . No pension , no pecuniary consideration , can replace a lost limb or restore health impaired , a shattered constitution ; how much less bring back to parents the son who was their hope and support , to the orphan children their father , to the widow her husband . Tho loss so incalculable , so entirely beyond estimate and expression , so utterly irreparable , was incurred in the service of our...

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. Irish Landlordism in America . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886

. Irish Landlordism in America . It seems we have some of it in Illinois . One William Scully is said to possess about 40 , 000 acres in Logan County . His home is in London while he still owns large estates in Ireland . He was forced to leave Tipperary in 1808 owing to trouble with his renters , and has never since ventured in Ireland . He was several times shot by his irate renters and it is said wore a bullet-proof coat of mail under his vest while going about his estates in Tipperary . Scully first came to Illinois and made large purchases of Government , land in 1850 . His methods have been patterned after Irish landlordism . The renters are usually poor and kept poor by his systematic exactions . They are compelled always to pay the taxes as a part of their contract . A foreign and non-resident owner , of course Scully takes no interest in any improvements and the renters have neither a proprietor s interest nor tlie means to encourage such improvements . The result is a backw...

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The Denver Convention . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886

The Denver Convention . The Convention of Cattlemen at Denver , Col ., seem to have accomplished touch grand work . Congressman Belf ord , upon the land question , introduced a resolution that the Committee on Resolutions inquire into the necessity of revising the land laws of the Government so far as they pertain to the occupation of the public domain . In advocating it Mr . Belford severely criticized the land policy of the Interior Department , and advocated the leasing ofthe arid region by the Government to cattlemen , stating that the driving of the cattlemen out of the Indian Territory was caused by stockjobbing in New York and not because the welfare of the Territory demanded it . The Committee on Permanent Oganization reported the name of the the Convention to be the International Range Association and its object tho promotion and development of the cattle and horse growing interests of the country , the prevention of introduction of contagious diseases , and the securing of...

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To Members of Economy Club . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 6 February 1886

To Members of Economy Club . m asking for quotations on goods paid through , please give the name of your railroad and station and express office as well as postoffice . It saves much time in this office .

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