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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
STEKETEES NEURALGIA DROPS Mrs W W . Lannsworth . Grand Bapids . Mlob ., gives a splendid report of this remedy . fwi * » . S 52 ww « your valuable neural- ¦ rli cure for our daughter , who suBered seven years . Wetrted seven pbysleians and none did her any a ™ U and must say that your medicine did her more S ^ Vhan all tne physicians or otbor medicines we Sw gave her . I felt lonK ago as if louKht to have told you of the good reBult for the boneHt of other JSfierVrs This Is the remedy tho peoplo are conte «? nl for . My price ls rlfty cents at drug stores . Mai bottle , wenty-slx cento postage by mall . Address O . G . Steketee . Grand Rapids , MleJ » - ^ STk druggtets for Steketee s Neuralgia Drops .
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
Howard Chainless Bicycle . Tbe flrst boy or man ln any town who buys one will be • OflMed an agesojr , whereby be gets commissions tbat will par for tbe wheel , or at least rednoe the cost . Address HOWARD , 484 Broad St ., Newark , N . J . obtained A KII irnONIl Incoaic-Trieldlng Borne . UALIlllliniA with small capital . Large oolon AM families . Irrigation , Health , Fruit , Milk , Pork . Poultry . Boney . B . MASKS , Box 175 , Omaha . Neb . ® nirrilTfl on UA I bHI V easy payments . r II I r III sl \ Inventions perI 111 *** tM I U fected . Fifteen years ezperlenoe . THVKMAN &lt; fe • Il / VItfS , Patent Attorneys , Indl &amp; napolls , Ind . PATENTS ! PATENTS !! Application for Patents , Be-lssnes , Caveats , also for Registry of Trade Marks and Isabels , aatended lo at ( Mr charges . Interferanoe and rejected cases Mllgently prosecuted . X .. DKAXK cfe fcON ., Ves 3 ttui Bonding , 90 S **»* ., * . W . » Waahlacten . D . C . T-Refcr to tbe Bdltor of ttt * paper . /...
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
FLORIDA . I East Coast Railway . The extension of the railroad from Lake Worth to Biscayne Bay ( now under construction ) has opened up one of the richest fruit and vegetable sections in Florida , and the healthiest place in the United States . This company offers its lands for sale along this extension , with special terms to actual settlers . New settlers arriving daily . a For pamphlet , map , eto ., address J . E . INQRAHAM , General Agent and Land Commissioner , Fla ; East Coast Railway , ¦ T . AUSTTajTIWE , FtA . Refer by permission to F ABM , FULD AMP naismi , FOOT POWER MACHINERY ^ ^ w . ^^^ 8 P . 0 2 S ^ . ^^^ TBB Southern taimbrrant , Arcadia , Fla ., and map i L lfionts-. KorSaHomes , I 100 ; Umpayments , HO FOR TROPICAL SOUTH FLORIDA , where are now oranges and growing pineapples by the 100 acres . For free papers , write THJt FIVOBIPA D » - VHIsOPMHMT CO ., Avon Park , Fla . For Sale , Forty Acres In F ., F . A T . Bio De Llano California Colony , Land well located ; ne...
Will It Cure Diphlhena [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
Will It Cure Diphlhena THIS is the season when diptheria is liable to prevail . The damp , chilly weather , when the sun is not seen and the ground is muddy is the time for colds , and the dread disease gets headway . Apparently the health department of Chicago is doing a noble work in administering to the poor without charge , the anti-toxin treatment . Some of the homeopathic physicians oppose it as they do vaccination . The health commissioner holds that they make a mistake , and gives instances of the marked success of the new treatment . Only yesterday , he states on January II , we heard of a poor woman who was dying of diphtheria and who had been refused treatment by a physician for the reason that she had no money . . We sent a doctor over who gave her antitoxin , and the chances are now that she will recover . The possible good is certainly very great .
Chandler on Reed [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
Chandler on Reed THE Cincinnati Commercial Gazette has begun a series of articles from the supporters of presidential candidates . One from Senator Chandler makes a plea for Reed . Without expressing any personal preference we present our readers with the grounds put forward by Mr . Chandler why he thinks Reed is an available and desirable candidate . First he declares that New England is solid for Reed and that he would be the . second choice of New York State . His strength and courage , it is- claimed , are qualifications needed just now in our country , while there are so many grave questions on its hands for solution . As to political faith , Mr . Chandler thinks the various candidates like McKinley , Allison , Morton or Reed do not differ much . On the money question he declares that Reed favors Republican bimetallism , so that gold and silver admitted to unlimited coinage at an agreed ratio , shall together constitute the standard money of the world , and the universal measur...
Has Written His Grandmother [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
Has Written His Grandmother E MPEROR William s support o ^ President Kruger , oi the Transvaal Republic , made as much of a sensa- ... non in Europe as the course of our government in siding with Venezuela . It is evident that Dr . Jameson , who represented British interests and a British Commercial Lompany , expected an uprising of some of the people co meet his invasion . He was disappointed in this and C ; . eated - President Kruger , like all the rest of the world , relieved that the English government could have prevented lne invasion . of T ?^ i 50 ^ who are of Dutch ori £ in &gt; have the sympathy P-cril 0 1 ? v and Germans . The Emperor expressed the reiat r I ing of his sub Jects in his kind word to the Secman ? T ? te of the Transvaal , and many hoped that GerSW su PP ° rt the Republic , in throwing off entirely , amah suzerainty which was established in 1884 . It seems , however , that Queen Victoria has written a letter to her grandson , Emperor William , deplori...
Good Will Amone Employes [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
Good Will Amone Employes TRADE is not all selfishness , as some have supposed . One large house in Chicago has ah unblemished record for generosity to its employes , as well as fair dealing with the public . We refer to the great dry goods house of Carson , Pirie , Scott &amp; Co . One evening last week was very pleasantly spent by members of the Mutual Benevolent Association , represenfeing more than 2 , 000 persons connected with the house . The annual celebration consisted of a little business , a concert and a dance . The report shows a disbursement of $ 800 of a special fund for sick members and a balance of $ 500 remaining on hand for this purpose . A fund is maintained for this object and one , also , as a death benefit . Some members of the firm are honorary members of the association . Another very encouraging custom is to take into the firm employes who have been many years connected with the house .
Representative Opinion [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
Representative Opinion WHILE knocking about California last November we met three gentlemen on the train going from Los Angeles to San Francisco . One was an ex-repub- ( ican governor , wh © foas been prominent in every republican convention since Lincoln was nominated . Another a prominent democrat from Georgia , and the third a democratic sheriff from a Texas county . The president s ) annual message having just been issued , the topic of conversation turned upon it and quickly drifted to the financial question On this subject we found our opinions harmonized . AH agreed that the only solution of the problem and the only relief for the prevailing distress to which the producing classes are subject , must be through the avenue of bimetallism . The democrat from Georgia was very emphatic upon this subject and furthermore said : I wasso born and reared , and am by instinct a democrat , but have severed my allegiance to the party to this extent—that I will never again vote for a presi...
Want Protection [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
Want Protection Some Senators favor a change in the tariff bill as it came from the House . They would make the increase 20 per cent instead of 15 on the schedule . But a part think the increase should apply only to agricultural products . Any change will cause delay since , itthen , it must go back to tbe House . It is extremely doubtful whether the president will sign any tariff bill , however clearly it may appear to be for revenue only . The bust is a democratic phrase , but it is not palatable as coming from a republican source . It is said that Senators Perkins of California and Thurston of Nebraska desire the sugar schedule to receive the stmne treatment as the other schedules . The House omitted sugar from the 15 per cent increase of tariff ; probably on the ground that sugar is a necessity of life and that the tax would affect unfavorably the Kving of the poor ; possibly the labor vote might have been thought of ; it is hard for the politician to forget that But the beet su...
Another Boundary Question [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
Another Boundary Question A LASKAS boundary question is far more important to the interests of this country than that of Venezuela Senator Davis has given much attention to this matter , and his views are printed in the Chicago Record . It will probably be attempted on the part of England to claim that the boundary line as understood for many years is erroneous . It is fixed on a mountain range ten leagues from the ocean . It is evident this means ten leagues from the shore of the mainland . England wants to measure from the islands . The islands became the property of the country owning the mainland . These islands in that way belonged to Russia and their ownership passed to the United States with the title to the mainland . The reason why Great Britain wants a portion of the Alaskan coast is plain . She has a large tract of country in the Northwest territory which can reach the seaboard only through a pass in the north Rocky mountains , and thence across the strip of land owned by...
Current Topics [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
Current Topics President Cleveland has received 1 a delegation of Venezuela citizens who reside in New York . Of course the Venezuelans everywhere are wild with delight that our government has taken up their boundary dispute . The President , however , plainly , intimated that they should not presume too much on our support and begin any bravado The Commission is not warlike Its findings may not even be in favor of Venezuela , and certainly nothing will be done till the facts have been judicially obtained . Then probably a settlement by arbitration will again be proposed . It is natural enough that the advocates of absolute bimetallism in the senate should offer as a substitute for the bond bill some suitable measure for the restoration of silver . With silver in its proper place in the currency and treated the same as gold , where coin payments are provided for , . there would not be the same occasion for borrowing . Use this silver , where ilt can be legally and right fully done ,...
The News [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
The News -Senator Davis introduced a joint resolution Jan . 1 , to revive tlie grade of lieutenant-general In the army in the interest or General Miles . . . , _„_ . —Word comes from London that the movement in favor of arbitrating the Venezuelan question with the u nited States is ^ -The g d ? recto ? s oTthe Iowa State Fair decided to ask the State Legislature to appropriate $ 10 , 000 a year and give an allowance for nearly $ 4 , 000 for office supplies that the state fair may not * —The municipal authorities of Little Rock , Ark ., have refused Col . Eobt . G . Ingersoll permission to lecture in that city on Sunday evening , Feb . 2 . He wished to deUver a non-relig ious lecture on Shakespeare . w * „ . —Mr . Amado Chaves , of New Mexico , has addressed a letter to Edward F . Cragln of the Chicago Armenian _ Association , offering to supply 500 , 000 acres of land free of cost , to a colony of Armenians , or he will assist them to secure public lands . _ —Senator Hansbrough intr...
Farm , Field and Fireside Excursion Dates [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
Farm , Field and Fireside Excursion Dates CALIFORNIA EXCURSION to Fair Oaks Colony , January 28 , and February 6 . Write for terms and program . FLORIDA EXCURSION , to Green Cove Springs , Florida , Colony , ^ J ^^ nM ^^ r for the round trip , plus $ 2 , on any railroad in tte Ohio River Western and Southern Traffic Associations . Buy tickets at your llVspeclaTtrain excursion , with sleeping cars and special low rates , February 11 . Write F . H . Hafer , Green Cove Springs , In advance of going . NORTH CAROLINA EXCURSION to Sunny South Colony , at Chadbourn , N . C , -Tail . 28 ; cost one fare , plus $ 2 , the round trip on any railway . Buy tickets at your local station . Write Senator J . A . Brown , Chadbourn , N . C , in advance of going and he will make provision for your accommodation .
Practical Farming ¦ a > [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
Practical Farming ¦ a &gt; A Better Plan IT is very evident that as a means of reaching Illinois farmers at large , the Farmer s Institute held at Springfield last week was a failure . After so much effort and the report that 1 , 500 farmers were expected to attend , the attendance was scarcely 200 ana this number would not have been present had It not been that the annual meetings of the several State livo slock breeders associations were held at Springfield on the same days at a dlffersiit hour so that those who came to attend the live stock meetings . or the meetings of the Poultry Association naturally put in their time at the institute meetings white tlioy had nothing else to do . Before the passage of the bill by ihe lart legislature creating this Farmer s Institute , we earnestly advocated tho enactmen I of a law that would provide for holding Farmers Institutes similar to those held in Wisconsin , urging that they be nuder the direction or control of the State Univer...
Publications of U . S . Depart -ment of Agriculture for December , 189 !> [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
Publications of U . S . Department of Agriculture for December , 189 !&gt; Washington , D . C ., December 81 , 1890 . Knie—The Department has no list to whom , jl its publications are sent The Monthly List » r publications will be mailed to all applicants . For tbe maps and bulletins of the Weather liurcnu requests and remittances should be directed to the Chief of that Bureau . Tbe publications mentioned below to which a price ls attached may be obtained of the Sonerlntendent of Documents , Union Building , Washington , D . 0 ., upon the payment of the orlce thereof as fired by him in accordance with the provisions of sections 61 and 67 of the Act providing for the public printing and binding , and the distribution of public documents , approved January 12 , 189 B . Applications for other publications should be addressed to the Secretary of Agriculture , Washington , D . C . Please advise the Department of any change of address . __ m Thc World s Markets for American Produc...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 18 January 1896
I; ** ! ASet of Hustlers [******** j J ; l *? . ? 10 PLANET JR . Farm Tools . They put farm work on a modern 11 u saw , i * A i - * week s hoeing done in a day , three times the crops on the &lt;? &lt;! denrt , u New No 8 Horee Hoe is a dozen tools in one ; width or ! | ! Book ^ TT ^ V n , 8 talitl y without stopping the horse . The PLANET JR . «? &lt; 1 «*&gt; K tor 1896 tells all about these famous tools . Sent free if you write to j [ &lt; _^__ S L * ALLEH &amp; CO ., IM Market St ., PHILADELPHIA . &gt;&gt;
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THE STAR OP HOPE . I had lMt an hope and gone to my father s to die , said Mrs . ¦ Moua EVANS , of Mound , Coryell Co ., Texas . I gave birth to a baby a year ago , the jth of June last , she adds , and seemed to do very well for 8 or 9 days , and then I began to feel very bad , tny feet began to swell my stomach was all wrong and I seemed to suffer with everything that could be borne . I was in bed 5 months and there was not a day that it seemed I could live . We had the best doctors that our country afforded . 1 was a skeleton . Every one that saw me thought that I would never get well . I had palpitation and pain in the heart , terrible pain in my right side just under the ribs , terrible headaches all the time ; a bearing down sensation ; a distressed feeling in my . stomach all the time ; could hardly eat anything and it looked as if I would starve . All the time I would take such weak trembling spells , and it seemed as if I could not stand it . There were six doctors treating...