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Title: Breeder and sportsman
Identifier: breedersportsma111887sanf
Year: 1882 (1880s)
Subjects: Horses
Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : [s. n. ]
Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: California State Library Califa/LSTA Grant

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Secured by Letters Patent %%S,fit&&W£81: The above cut represents the body-piece, the patent also cover- ing the improvements in the hood. The following are the claims granted * 1. An improved blanket or covering, consisting of the bodv-piece A, flap Cam] the extension B, formed or united together, so as to cover the body and legs of the animal, substantially as herein described. 2. The blanker u>r, covering A. having the flap C, and the extensions B, to tit the fore and liind legs of the animal, front fastenings F G, and the permanent straps or hands E, substantially as and for the purpose herein described. 3. The blanket, or covering A, with its extensions B, permanent securing-bands E.and the front fastenings F G, in combination with the elastic neck-extension H, substantially as and for the purpose herein described. 4. The blanket A and hood J in combination with the elastic connecting-strip I, substantially as described and for the purpose set forth. 5. The close-fitting hood J, having the elastic band L,, beneath tneMfc’s, so that they may be allowed to move without disturbing the fit and adapted to be secured totiie cover by means of straps, substantially as herein described. 6. The improvement in covering-Mankets for ani- mals, consisting.of the blanket A, having the flap C, and permanent straps or bands fixed to it to secure it around the body, w ereby the use of loose surcingles is avoided, substantially as herein described. Manufactured and for sale by L. D.. STONE & CO., 42S and 4S4 Battery St., SAN FBAN the State. REFERENCES. Hon. C. Gbekn, Hon. J. D. Cabs, Sacramento. Salinas, i. v. SAB.6KNT, Esq., Hon. John Boees Sargents. Colusa. Hon. L. J Rose, Hon. A. Waleatf, Los Angeles. Nevada. J, B. Haqgin. Esq.. San Francisco Represented at Sacramento by Edwin F. Smith, Secretary State Agricultural Society. At San Jose by Messrs. Montgomery & Rea, Real Estate Agents. Being tne oldest established firm In the live-stock business on this Coast, and having c«n’ lucted the important auction Bales in thiB line for the past fifteen vears, amounting to one-half a million of dollars, we feel justified in claiTiling unequalled facili- ties for disposing of live stoek of every description either at auction or private sale. Out list of corres- fiondents embraces every breeder and dealer of prom- nence upon the Pacific Coast, thus enabling us to give f*»ll publicity to animals placed with us .or sale. Private purchases and sales of live stocl’ of all descriptions will be made on commission, and stock shipped with the utmost care. Purchases anil sales made of land of every description. We are author- ized to refer to the gentlemen whose names ar appended. HIIXIP A «X» . 22 MontgomfM-v S*T»«>t ond ESTABLISHED 1855. Race Goods. largest and !â ><?*-1 Stock on the Coast J. O’KANE, 767 Market St., S. P. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER HARNESS AND SADDLERY. 114 AGENTS FOE FE INFIX’S CYNTBIAyA HOESE BOOTS, 3. H. Fenton*s Chicago Specialties, Db. Dixon’b Condition Powdees, bom gombauxi’s oaustio balsam S.B. WHITEHEAD & CO, LIVE STOCK AND GENERAL A UOTIONEERS. ARE PREPARED TO CONDUCT SALES OF Thoroughbreds, Trotters And every other description of live stock, At any Point on the Pacific Coast. Our Mr. S. B. Whitehead has for tifteen years successfully managed all the principal sales of high-class stock on this Coast. REFERENCES (By permission). ARIEL LATHROP, ESQ., SETH COOK, ESQ., J. B. HAGGIS, ESQ., THEO. WINTERS, ESQ , R. P. ASHE, ESQ., W. CORBITT, ESQ., and others. ‘ S. B. "WHITEHEAD & CO. 20 LeldesdorflT Street, ISmartf San Francisco. Curing The Gentleman’s Magazine of Sport, Irxvel and Physical Recreation. SUPERBLY ILLUSTRATED OUR FIELD IS THE OUT-DOOR WORLD. DDBING THE YEAS THEBE WILL BE ABTICLES UPON Exploration, Travel and Adventure, Mountain Uimbing Camping. Popnlar Forestry. Hunting and Msbing, Walking, Yachting, Ice Yachting. Rowing Canoeing, Bicycling, Tricycling, Amateur Photog- raphy, Court and Lawn Tennis, Archery Cricket Lacrosse, Snow-shoeing, Tobogganing and Skating. ‘ Conducted BY POCLTNEIT BIGELOW THREE DOLLARS A TEAR. Single numbers tweniy.five cents. 140 Nassau Street, New York asjaza A Tips and Toe Weights. Natural and Plain Method of Horse Shoeis^ .WITH AN APPENDIX uv-AtcFn^ ot ttte Action of the Race Horse and Trotter & Instantaneous Photography. B? Jos. Cairn Simpson, Author of Horse Portraitura "Botrad-hoofd, ehort-jointed, fetlocks shag and long.* â-Shakespeare . ââ o â â FSpS ant) Tr*e Weights.â"We have received from’ Mr. Joseph Calm Simpson, Editor and Proprte- wr ot the Breedeu and Sportsman, San Francisco, t’al , a copy of his book entitled "Tips and Toe Weights, A Natural and Plain Method of Horse-shoeing. wi;ii an appendix treating of the action of the racehorse ani * ter as shown by instantaneous pLoiogriipLy. Toe and Side-Weights." Mr. Simpson bas had many jears of experience in training trotters and runners, and is besides a most able, pleasant writer on matters pertaining 10 the horse. His "liorse Portraiture" was one of the first and best works on "training" we ever read. For several years be bas been experimenting with tips in the hope that they might be made to serve every purpose of a full shoe and act as a preventive of the many hoot ailments entailed by the ordinary method of protecting our horses’ feet. These experiments have alreada demonstrated that tips will accomplish all he had hoped for, and we believe every horseman who reads the result of his experience will conclude witli us that Mr. Simpson has inaugurated a revolu- tion in shoeing that will prove of incalculable benefit to both horse and master. "We are a willing con- vert to tips as against full shoes, and reading the plain, unbiased reports of actual trials by the author of "Tips and Toe Weights," together with the knowledge that the common system pi shoeing has caased more suffering and done more damage to horses than can be traced to any other source, has had much to do with our conversion. We would not take S50 for for this book and be without it. and on behalf of tie "most faithful friend to man" would urge every reader of the "Sportsman" to secure a copy of it and test the value of its teachings. Price, in paper, $1; cloth, 33.50.â We»*ern Sportsman and Live Stock Journal. â¢â¢ Tips &nd Toe Weights," a natural and plain method of horseshoeing, Is the title of a very elever, ingenious and practical book from the pen of Joseph Cairn Simpson, the Editor and Proprietor of the Bleeder and Sportsman. The author in his introduction presents "his little volume with apolo- gies;" he had no need to do so, every chapter gives evidence of careful thought, his arguments are well worked out, the results of his experiments are placed in the most perspicuous manner before his readers, and his researches into the past show that he is at once an enthusiastic and veracious student of the horse. His great argument on tips receives its strongest ondorsahon from his famous colt Anteeo, whose history from his first shoeing to the time of publication is exhaustively treated. The opening chapter is a plea for a better system of shoeing, and each succeeding chapter is a step oi the ladder towards that final conclusion which the author has arrived at. He brings history, theory ana experiment into play to support hiB argument, and whether the horseman believes in his conclusions or not, be will not quit the book till he has real it through, for in addition to the perfect knowledge of the horse which the author possesses, he surrounds it with a literary charm, which holds the audience to the last sentence. TVe heartily commend "Tips and Toe Weights" to the attention of the public.âChicago News. Tips and Toe Weights.âJ. C. Simpson has been prominently identified with trotters for many years, not only as a writer on the subject, but as an expert handler and developer. He has given a great deal of study to horses’ feet, and the best way to improve their action. After experimenting lor a number of years, he has put the result of his researches and practice in book form. This work, entitled "Tips and Toe ‘Weights," claims to be a natural and plain method of horseshoeing. It treats of the action of the racehorse and trotter, as shown by instantaneous photography, and gives the sub- ject of tips and toe weights a thorough ventilation. The work is meeting with a large sale, and is deserving of a place in every horseman’s library, no matter whether he agrees with the ideas advanced or not. Send orders to the San Francisco News Company, or to the Breeder and Sportsman, San Francisco, Cal. Mr. Simpson is the Editor of the Breeder and Sportbman, which is a weekly journal devoted to tab interests &*’ breeders of fine horses, etc., and the advancement of all legitimate sport. It is the chief medium and representative of the breeding interests on the Pacific Slope.âN. J. Spirit, May 10th. JT*os and Toe Weights.âJos. Cairn Simpson of San Francisco, California, has just published a book by no; J*ip which is almost worth its weight in gold to every horseman. He does not believe in the rigid, unyi£. * -ron shoe that gives no rlay or expansion to the horse’s foot. He has found that shoes are unnecessary, auc everybody knows they are hurtful.^He is a beliver in the use of iron or steel tips to pro- tect the toe of the loot. By theiruse, and without ever having put a shoe on Anteeo he trotted when four years old in 2:20$. He claims that for ordinary use even on macadamised roads tips are all thas are re- quired; that that fearful cause of lameness, contraction, is entirely avoided by the use of tips. We are going to use them, and advise others to do it in the manner he recommends. Send $1.50 to htm and he will send yon the book and it will be as good an investment as you ever made for the money.âColeman’s Enrol World. Since the book was published, Anteeo gave still more convincing proof of the efficacy of the a.. ___ trotting a public trial in 2:20j, and showing half-miles in 1:08 and furlongs in 16 seconds while a four-year-old. The best evidence of the genuineness of the trials was his sale for $10,000, wUh other parties ready to take him at the price. Antevolo.two years younger than Anteeo, never wore a shoe, and owing to an injury to his foot when afoalit was the universal impression that he never could trot fast. He did well as a yearling and two-year-old, and this past season, when three years old, he won the Occident Stakes, 51,221, in which he got a record of 2:29.?, last half in 1:131-, first money in purse at Sacramento, S500; second money at Stockton, §250; the Stanford Stakes, $1,672; and the Embryo, §870, makings cash return for the season of 84,514. I am satisfied that if he had been shod with full shoes when first put la training he would have been hopelessly crippled. In the Breeder and Sportsman will be given a complete history of the treatment of Antevolo, show* ing with exactness the trials and results. I have made arrangements with an eminent microscoplst to make full examinations of tba horny deposit in wall and sole, and all the tissues which compose the fooi of the horse, which will be incorporated in the forthcoming articles in the Bheedeb and Sportsman. Fully convinced by practical results, that this uart of the anatomy of the horse is not understood as thoroughly as the other portions of the frame. ~ anticipate valuable accessionsof knowledge-from Urn revelations of the microscope. Jos. Cairn Simpson. PRICE RETAIL: In Paper Covers, $1.00. In Cloth, $1.50 TEADE SUPPLIED ON USUAL TERMS. Mailed to any part of the United States or Canada on receipt of price. Send order? tc San Francisco News Company, or Breeder and Sportsman, San Francisco. The above treatise will be sent free to yearly subscribers, who send orders direct to the office. DUPONT’S New Brand Sporting Powder. "SUMMER SHOOTING" SUPERB IN aUALITY, Shoots Moist and Clean. This powder has just been made specially by Du- pont & Co. to suit the Pacific Coast Climate. It shoots Moist, is high grade, and of superior excellence as to quality. For sale by all dealers and by the Agent, JOHN SKINKER, *58 Market Street S. F. Price $9.00 per Keg. Smaller packages In pro- portion, ootl <HILITs CARBOUHYSTAL SHEEP DIP. "Patented in Europe and America." SHEEP DIP. A positive scab enre. A liquid, soluble in cold water. It Is abso utely non- poisonous The cheapest and most effective dip on the market, one gallon making one hundred gallons of waBh. Price, S1.95 per srallon. Special discounts an 1 terniB to agents and large consumers. For samples and other information ap- ply to moiM- HortJH, Agents for Pacific Coast. 116 California St.. San Francisco.Cal. 17septl2

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