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Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
PRODUCE ! We handle everything in the Produce Line . Write ns for prices . Liberal advances made . Summers , Morrison &amp; Co . BEFEBTO I Commission Merchants , J . V . Farwell &amp; Co ., I • 174 South Water St ., Metropolitan National Bank . ! Chicago , 111 . C . H . DURAND &amp; CO ., COMMISSION . Butter , Eggs , Poultry , Vcnl . 180 South Water Street , - - CHICAGO . Drop us Postal for Stencil , Tags , etc . Liberal advances made on consignments . Eeferences : Firet National Bank , Chicago ; First National Bank , Belle Plaine , Iowa . PRODUCE COMMISSION HOUSE . ESTABLISHED 1865 . S . 3 E = C . &lt;* s IE . H : FROST , • 100 Park Place , New York . Shippers desiring to favor us will bf furnished stencils . shiDDing cards , etc ., on application . Promptness SS B ErfeSnce- Irving National Bank , etc . PATENTS ! PATENTS ! Applications for Patents , Ee-issues ^ and Cavoate , also fo ? Registry of Trade-marks and Labels , attended to at Mr charges . I...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
VIRGINIA FARMS . —Mild climate , cheap home Bend for circulars . A . 0 . BLISS , Centraua , fa . CLORIDA Am am- SEND RED STAMP for J—ta A Edition of MAP A &gt; PAMPHLET I TI IV : DISSTON LAND COS . 305 WALNUT ST ., PHILADELPHIA . KANSAS FARMS Kansas stands foremost as a CORN , WHEAT , FRUIT , HOG , and CATTLE COUNTBY . Was awarded OS premiums at N . O . Exposition . Its denial climate makes farming pleasant and profitable . We always liavo IAhMS and BANOHEB for sale . Those seeking a PROFITABLE INVESTMENT or a COMFORTABLE HOME , are invited to call on or correspond with us . An £ lo-Americai- Loan and Investment Co ., Heal Estate Agents , Wichita , Kansas . S . Anderson , Sir E . S . Hutohlnnon , Bart ., Prest . Soo y . J . S . Smithson , Chicago , V . Pxesc YOUNG MEN , LEARN TELEGRAPHY ! at the AMERICAN SCHOOL OFTELEGHAPHV , Madison , Wis . Students thoroughly instructed , actual main line practice before graduating , and all graduates seoured paying positions by us . Write...
THE TWO DESTINIES [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
THE TWO DESTINIES BY WILKIG COIiI-IW-l . AUTHOH OP WOMAN IN WHITE , NEW MAGDALEN . MOONSTONE . ETC . CHAPTEE XIX . —C ONTINUED . She drew her chair into the fire-lit .-.., and sounded a whistle which she took from the pocket of her dress . In another moment the lithe and shadowy figures of the cats appeared noiselessly in the red light , answering their mistresss call . I could just connt six of them , as the creatures seated themselves demurely in a circle round the chair . Peter followed with the harp , and closed the door after him as he went out . The streak of dayliiiht being now excluded from the room . Miss Dunross threw back her veil , and took the harp on her knee ; seating herself , I observed , with her face turned away from the fire . You will have light enough to see the cats by , she said , without having too much light forme . Fire-light does not give me the acute pain which I suffer when daylight falls on my face ; I feel a certain inconvenience from it , and nothing...
Humorous . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
Humorous . -Silence in the court ! thundered a Kertooky judge . the other morning Waiter : Will you have salt with v „^ r eggs ? GUM * : No , thanks ; they aint at all fresh . —Half a dozen men have been , convicted already , without the Court s haySg been able to hear a-word of the testimony . . ,, „ ., — We re in a pickle now , said a man in a crowd . A regular jam , said another . Gqodness preserve us , said an old lady . — _ tIi _ l ) lCA _ .. ~ Thereis often much more pleasure in giving a thing to another than u receiving it . Any one who doubts this should try the experiment with a dose of medicine . _ Tintion ! exclaimed an Irish scrseant to his platoon ; front face , and Wto rowl-call ! As many of ye as is uresintivill say , Here 1 and as many of ye as is not presint will say , Absent ! — The best on earth can truly be said of Griggs Glycerine Salve—a speedy cure for cuts , bruises , scalds , burns , sores , piles , tetter and all skin eruptions . Try tliis wonder healer . 2...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
VIIDC cure for epilepsy or fits in 24 hours . Free to poor . »» £ Dr . Krmse , M . O ., » 336 Hickory St ., St . Lords , Mo . I flVPI Y PUflTfl ? 3 samples Oc , worth 25 c . Sendto ¦• I rflUIUOi AAVAJan-L , Pho g r , Cadiz , Ohio . 9 fin Nmv Scrap Picture , and Agents A . hnm of 49 Oard * Samples for 10 c . Steam Card Works , Hartford ,. ! -. R fiFHTQ For 51 New Chromo , Scrap and Gold Edge U U-. ll 10 cards . ESSEXOABU WOBKB , Ivoryton , Ct . X f \ Chromo or 25 Hidden Name Cards , name on , 10 c . &lt; JyJ Samples * terms , 4 c . Crown Ptg . Co ., Northford , Ct . S N AMPI F ROMf containing 51 samples of New Cards OHBirLt DUim for 6 c to pay postage , CENTEBFHBBI BROOK CARD CO ., Centerbrooh , Ct . M / HDIf F 0 R ALL , $ 30 a week and expenses V | IInIV paid . Outfit worth » 5 and particulars mm tree , p . a YfQKERt , Augusta , Maine . ffiX &amp; rmte FAMILY SCALES entirely new principle . Woigh one ounce to 25 pounds . Whateveryfamilyneedsanawillbuy . Rapidsaleasnr...
Page 19 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
¦ SO Hidden Name ,-b-. Pe _ , -bmcdOardn-E Prize 10 c CLINTON BBOS , CllntonvlUc Conn . IpValNewStyle Chromo HlddenNameCtnli , 10 e . O « ZDE- »__| Aulhor » , 10 o . Acme Card Fa-t-ry &gt; CU-t--T-l .-, Cl . OAfl Scrap Pictures , 1 . Pocket Memo . Book &amp; Sample — \ J \ J Book of Cards 10 c . StevenB Bros ., North . ord , Ct . WE WANT SALESMEN ISRKK HSWiIl par * ood salary and all expenses . Write for terms , stating Experience sod ularv wanted . SLOAN tOO ., Huufuturen , 29- Goon- St ., Cluoluuti . O . ¦ W— I ** ^ m $ 4 samples fast selling coods to any ^ U ¦ I man orwoman making less than $ 40 L W \ ^ m m per week . We guarantee the best m ^ 11 _ - L chance in America for live men and —* ^ unmnn to make money . An agent writes : Hourplnn brings the money quick . TTrjr — it . Address , F . 1 . Merrill &amp; Co ., Chicago , 111 . AGENTS COIN MONEY WHO SELL DIt . Chases Family Physician and Beceipt Book , Now and Improved Edition . Three Thousand sold in on...
Page 19 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
¦ ^ HH .. B THE KEYSTONE WMMMMMMM IM M fill fi ll OVER 300 , 000 IN ACTUAL USE ¦ ¦ ^ k _¦___! ____¦ ____¦ A » d « U « -Yin « perfect MtUfi-ottom . lWiiAnCn _ i AGENTS WANTED . \ VfflWa-mCleaner , l _ aBler , and ^ rit-il-e 8 Sli _) nryto fi ^^_ l _ I . I ^^^^^^ J ^^ Sp ClothesthananyotherintheWorld . WechaUenga _\ - ^^^^^^~ m any manufacturer to produce a better Washer . |^»_^ ¦ Every Machine Warranted FIVE Yean , ^_ H ___________ BBB ^^ M ^ B and Satisfaction Guaranteed . The only _ E __^ S 5 sS 3 s 33 _ W Wuher that can be clamped to any sized * mSS 2 __ t—__ tt _^_^_^_^___^ M——mAAm tub like a Wringer . Made of mdleable \ rm ^^^^ RAA ^^^^^ Rs ^ RRR ^ s % ^^ sr iron . galvanized , and-will outlast any twowooden Jul Onii ___________________________________________ I ^ B-- - &gt; -------l v machines . Agents wanted . Exclnslve T 011 I ttm * W m ~ WM ^ RMW &amp; M ^ WW mY ^ A ^ Ar m m tory . OurMentsaUcrvertheconutiTaremaklntr gmf TmaA ^ Ammm ^ mmsM ^ Es ^ mm ft . IB f...
Current Events . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
Current Events . PERSONA ! .. —Mrs . Bayard , wife of the Secretary of State , died January 31 , of congestion of the brain , caused by the death of her daughter , —Gen . Sherman is going to New York to live . CoL Bob .. G . Ingersoll is soon going to open a law office on Wall street in New York . A New York letter-writer estimates that Henry Ward Beecher has d uring the last forty years earned money as . follows : Salary as preacher , $ 320 , 000 ; lecture fees , $ 240 , 000 ; sundry publications , $ 100 , 000 ; wedding fees , $ 50 , 000 ; incidentals , $ 40 , 000 . Total , $ 750 , 000 . CONGRESSIONAL . —Gen . Logan has made a speeoh favoring the admission . of Dakota . —Senator Ingals , of Kansas . has made a speech in the Senate strongly criticising Secretary Whitney for his action against Mr . Eoaoh . The committee on the Hennepin Canal bill report favorably . The bill dividing Dakota Territory and admitting as a State , has passed the Senate . The Congressional Committee on Ter...
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
. jflKGrind i our own Bone » fl ____ Ll UI IU Heal . Oyster Shell ., ___ G ______ IH-- ^ il-G _ BLUIAlC Floor and Cora aBn _ fo _ eapaxxAjctt &gt; JmxxxsJu ¦¦¦ qM a . Wilson s Patent ) . lOO per ^^^ 5 ^^ ™^ centwnore made ln keeping poultry . Also POWER BULLS and FARM FEED MILLS . Circulars and Testimonials sent en application . WILSON BROS ., -Eaaton , Pa , FIELDS FAVORITE ^ g » THIS MILL IS WARRANTED To BUN LIGHTEn , GRIND FASTER , and do a GREATER VARIETY of WORK than any null in the market , nring two-horse power . It will grind and shell at the same o ]&gt; emt ! on . Grinds shelled corn and small grain . Send for Circular and Prlce-List to 3 . A . FIELD &amp; CO ., St Louis , Mo . Mention the Farm . Field and Stockman .
Page 20 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
The best corn planter in the world . Wffl ontwear 3 of any othermake . S : M . Ma _ omb-r &amp; Co ., MfrB ., Grand Isle , Vf . _ . / Oi Furmerssaythot wehavethebest ¦ HP Tr i Hay Carriers ever made . . Our aTTlJ LITTLE 6 IANT HAY LOADER TyifH . o ^ a ^ Tgp ^ ilSY / Dont miss it . Illustrated circulars ) , . n ^ rm ^ OV / showing bow we can sell cheaper tnan AGENTS Nag ; any one , sent free . Address WANTED * OBORN BROS .. Box 414 . Marion . O . * . » HGIITIONG WELL SENK 1 JHO MA . J ? A CIHNEHY furnishes pure water , pays • ofmV the agent well , and the business Is proS / ltth . tected by patents . We makei every- _?// StW thing known and belonging , to well */ fll _ - _ - sinking . Are the largest works In tho a ! ¥ II rT \ business . If interested send IS cents £ * Jr JI _ Hr \ ___ fornwlUx-fir you our catalogue tin I f I 1-W _ A \ of 360 engravings . XT it \ A \ _*¦» - Wvo-iMTurb in e —\ w fj l j ___ 2 i CsJ Wind Kills . Steam MILL MANUFACTORY . ESTABLISHED 1861 . 6 RIST...
Page 20 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
BURPEESiSME SEEDS ri 2 £ I NEW GIANT PERA CUCUMBER . Thisis . Ae / Ina &lt; cu _ iun 6 er for table use everintroduced . As shown ln the illustration , the cucumbers grow atro . ightan &amp; Bmooth , fromJBtoS 8 inches long , by Si _ j to IM inches in diameter . The flesh is entirely white , very clear , peculiarly crisp and tender , with very few EMERALD GEM MELON . * Extra early , very prolific and decidedly the sweetest of oil melons . Entirely unlike any other melon—see colored plate smooth and of a deep emerald-green color . The flesh is of a suffused salmon color , and of a flavor meet and luscious | WAX BATE DWARF BEAK . Our field of this superb new bean appeared like one mats of gold—the rich , long , golden-yellow pods being produced so profusely . Extra early ; ihe pods are very fleshy and entirely stringUts . Pkt . 15 els . ; pint 60 cts . ; quart $ 1 . 00 . No . SS or TOMHANNOCK LETTUCE . A very distinct new variety ; forms a beautiful plant , ten to twel...
oonai ( jnrions Facts . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
oonai ( jnrions Facts . -i jo-r .. roved the magnetoo - F f ™ atte ? aid that magnetism , unS ^ ° l ^ a ^ mo t be insulated We now learn from ancient pottery , — 1 «* nlftv that far away beyond orb Tllns of ^ sopotamia , on the banks W river T ^ ris &gt; &amp; e ruins of the vnt oity of Nineveh . The petrified skeleton of a whale over r ? fJt \ one has been discovered by ^ fncer of toe Coast Survey on a r ? f ge » ° S 8 t _ Monterey County , Cal ., of ffl 0 „ u 4 fcet above the sea level , in Thibet the-women do all . thejhard i white the men do the visiting and wr ll Ihe men are very much exited ovf . - their down-trodden condition , ^ are ag itating for a recovery . of their ^ British Columbia has a deserted villa ^ A miner on the head waters of i ? f rolumbia river says he has found a ?^ rtPd mining town where the billiard ? nJ = RHnSSidinthe saloons and lettt arK to the postofflce bearing S of 1856 . Not a soul has been near the place for years . ¦ - _ An eminent...
Miscellaneous . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
Miscellaneous . —A Montana man thought he had added somefchingfto bee history in finding a petrified ( fossil ) honey comb in the rocks there . It proved to be coral . Quite a difference ! - • —Turkey feathers , if good and white , bring in -France twelve to twenty francs ; they are prepared to look like ostrich feathers , and can be dyed all colors of the rainbow . The feathers of the male are most in demand . —The average price of the feathers of a hen in Prance is four sous ( a sou is the twentieth part of a f rano , or less than our cent ) . From a white cock the price may rise as high as three francs , equal to fiftysix cents . —The Minnesota State Farmers Alliance meets at the Agricultural Department of the State University Feb . 24 , and continues until its business is finished . ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ The head-quarters of the State officers will be at the Pauly House , Minneapolis . We shall be glad to receive reports from every Alliance and Grange throughout the United States . Will not s...
For Ladies Only ' [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
For Ladies Only All ladies who send us five ( 5 ) red stamps will receive , 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 you . Address F . L . Peiro , 207 Opera House , Chicago , HI . 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 . —E DITOB .
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 13 February 1886
New White Swede OJm . Tm &amp; £ B_ 3 Bg 5 jggB 3 £ $ 11 . 00 : 85 bushels , » 25 . 00 ! S -P . ^ Sg ^ l- ^ ija , W ? orparfcou-ars . J . V . VANDEMOOKgC . , „ FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS . ? nV ^ I !^ L ^ Tai } k ^^ % R ™ ^ TO HfVTESTO ^ having idle &amp;» ds orwtolngto increase presesent Income fend who seek nothaz-. ardons ventures , but Solid Securities , combining perfect ffitV of theKinolml with as liiR-i rates of fnterest insolvent nnd hon _ at borrowers can afford J » Kg . ™ specially commend these bonds . BepresenUng Cffies and an Agrlcnltnral Beotion unsurpassed in Growth and Thrift . where Values are establishodand steadilyadvancing , we select the Be _ t Mortgages from a rwide and ex-Sion-Jly Favorable Field . Conservative valuations al attention to every losn v 2 . n ^^^? fS ^ i r ? ew York t awARt-. mllected at maturity and remittea in -New xorK bo ^ wtKcotttotoleSder . Tw «» -y , - » iHea ™ ros , ; d . n _ e in Minneapolis . Out of ^^ . SSXta loaned bv us for...