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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 29 April 1880

J __ . _ THE VICTOR fip ^ jMHMPy Double Huller KSgHis , Clover Machine ^ % Vl mCMrBBg * Ia tbe only kind that has ever A 7 jjuJ | Qt [ 3 rME £ hulled 100 bushels of seed W | HEq J | T ( f ^_____ j scriptive Circular and Price XZ \_ £ _^ t Z- W V 7 YV ^ Ltat whlcb contains many Hagerstown Agricultural Implement Mtg . Co . State where you saw Advertisement . Hajterstown * Md > MANUFACTORY OF GRIST MILLS , Adapted to any kind qtsultable power . Self-oiling ; Self-feeding ; Ad 1 usta * oIe-balanced . Complete Flouring : ami Corn mills . capacity 20 Barrels merchantable Flour and ISO bushels Meat In 10 hours . NOKDYEE & MABMON CO ., INDIANAPOLIS , IND . State Line . New York to Glasgow , Belfast , Liverpool , Queenstown . and the Continent of EUROPE . Sail every Thursday . New Steamers ! Elegant Accommodations ! Lowest prices . First Cabin Saloon , $ 65 . Round trip tickets , $ 110 . Second Cabin , $ 40 . Return , $ 75 . Steerage , $ 26 . AUSTIN BALDWIN * CO ., Gen...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 29 April 1880

New Music Bootes , TEMPERANCE LIGHT . A new Temperance Song Book of low price , but the very best quality . By GEO . C . HUGO and M . E . SERVOSS , with the valuable assistance of a number of our best SOTIR anil music writers , A well printed and beautiful little booK . Send 12 cents ( in stamps ) for Specimen ! Costs but $ 10 per hundred , and 12 cents for single copy . .... , J , _ j ARTHUB SULLIVANS V 00 AL ALBUM . Contains twenty-four ot the best songs of this famous composer , any three of which are worth the moderate price of this fine volume , which Is 81 . 00 . AU Sunday Schools that try it take to WBITE ROBES ( 30 cts . ) . No better Sunday School Song Book ever made . NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY METHOD FOR THE PIANOFORTE . ( $ 2 . 25 , complete , In three parts , each SI . 50 . ) Has been for years a standard and favorite method , and Is constantly ln use by the teachers of the conservatory , and by thousands of others . Try LAUREL WREATH ( $ 1 . 00 ) , High School Singer . T...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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A USEFUL HINT . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 29 April 1880

A USEFUL HINT . Our Canadian neighbors have been active of late in establishing commercial relations between their own country and Brazil . The Canadian Premier lately announced that the Brazilian Government were about to select a building in Rio Janeiro , where Canadian products , such as were required in Brazil , could be exhibited . Also , that the Canadian Government were going to procure and exhibit in Montreal specimens of such American and British products as were profitably exported to Brazil , so that the Canadians might have an opportunity of studying the class of goods with which they would have to compete for this important trade . It seems as if here in Chicago something of this kind might be usefully undertaken , if not by the government , at least by some of our commercial associations . We were recently informed by a gentleman well posted in all such matters , that American butter found its way profitably to Brazil via Havre , France . It seems a pity that tho multif...

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PAPER FROM GRASS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 29 April 1880

PAPER FROM GRASS . A patent has been issued for a process of making paper pulp from any of the common grasses of our fields . It is claimed that the green grass pulp makes paper of great strength and length of fibre , and possessing tenacity , softness , and flexibility ; and further , that this paper is even softer and more transparent than that made of linen . One pound of green grass makes one-fourth to one-sixth of a pound of fine , bleached and finished paper . The process is thus described : First process of manufacture is topass the grass between the rollers of the press , which crushes or loosens the fibre and squeezes out most of the sap . It is then freed from dirt by being thoroughly agitated or washed by other means in a large tank of water , in temperature either warm or cold . A perforated false bottom in the tank sustains the grass and allows the dirt to fall into the compartment below , from which a pipe gives egress to the dirt and wash water . After sufficient wash...

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COMPETITION IN AMERICA'S MEAT TRADE WITH EUROPE . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 29 April 1880

COMPETITION IN AMERICAS MEAT TRADE WITH EUROPE . It will not be wise for American stock raisers and shippers to shut their eyes to the fact that they are to have strong competition in the meat markets of the old world . The rapidity of the growth of our shipments of live stock , and our fresh and canned meats to Great Britain and the Continent , and the profits at which the business is carried on , have stimulated competition in at least two quarters that threatens to become very formidable at no distant pay . We allude to Australia , and South America . From Australia shipments of fresh meats have already been very successfully made . The meat was shipped at a temperature of 70 ° , and while on the voyage the sea temperature reached 80 ° , but the refrigerating apparatus was so well constructed that the purity , temperature and dryness of the atmosphere surrounding the meat were not at all disturbed . It is considered a settled point with the Australians and their friends in Englan...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 29 April 1880

THE FARMERS REVIEW PUBLISHBD WEEKLY BY THE dFatnw * Kebfeto © ompanp . OFFICE , ROOM 8 , FIEST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING , CHICAGO , ILL . Annual Subscription , • - $ 1 . 00 . B . F . 8 TBVEM 8 , ESQ ., 4 Trafalgar Square , Charing Gross , London , Is the authorized agent to receive subscriptions to the FABMBRS REVIEW , In Great Britain and Ireland . Annual subscription , postpaid , 8 l . ( 12 . 00 ) . READ s » SJ READ the Sheaf Items . There ls a great CD variety ot them . ** READ the chat with correspondents , wherein * ££ several questions are answered . JS READ What lt Colts . The article ls sug- . — gestive . _\ READ how to cultivate the sweet potato . READ about the retch ln England and Canada . O READ about American Tines In France . _ , 3 READ how to succeed with tbe blackberry . _ READ how to sow bean and melon seeds . __ READ how to grow cucumbers ( or pickles . l 2 READ about apples as food . . , READ about flowers and their friends . ® READ how to construct and care for the...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 29 April 1880

ADVERTISERS ! Please read the following Certificate and satisfy yourselves that the FARMERS REVIEW has thus far fulfilled its contract with you . CHICAGO POST OFFICE , BUSINESS OFFICE . Chicago , 111 , MarchZl , 1880 . To THE FARMERS REVIEW CO ., CHICAGO , III . This is to certify that the FARMERS BETIEW paid on 2 nd claw matter postage as follows : 30 , 163 lbs , - - - f 60 & 26 , for the quarter ending to-day . Beepectfully your * , FRANK W . PALMER , P . M . By W . H . BOLTON , Beefy Clerk , It seems strange that the month of April , proverbially the month of showers , should have been characterized by prairie and forest fires ; such nevertheless , is the case . In many sections of the Western States there has existed a long continued drouth , of which these fires and the attendant loss of farm property , are the natural results . Happy those who under such circumstances are found prepared to meet the consequences by holding policies in responsible insurance companies...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 29 April 1880

ADVERTISING RATES . Per line , Agate type - 80 cents DISCOUNTS . On Bills over 125 10 percent S 50 15 » 100 20 WOO 25 Largest circulation of any weekly agricultural paper In the Western or Middle States .

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HOG AND CHICKEN "CHOLERA" INVESTI -GATIONS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 29 April 1880

HOG AND CHICKEN CHOLERA INVESTIGATIONS . Dr . Detmers , veterinarian , in the employment of the Department of Agriculture , Washington , assisted by Prof . Prentice , Vet ., at the Industrial University , is prosecuting investigations regarding hog and chicken cholera at Champaign , III . Experimental pens on a large scale are being erected on the grounds of the University , and every thing being put in readiness to attempt to solve the true nature and cause of these destructive diseases , to determine the ways by which they are spread , and also to demonstrate the best mode of treatment , and the safest and best remedies to be administered . The gentlemen in charge have an important work before them . It will be expected of them to prosecute this work with vigor and care . Having entered upon it they should not be hampered by want of funds or by sneering criticism ; they should receive every support possible at the hands of farmers and live stock men generally . The establishment o...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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BRIEF MENTION [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 29 April 1880

BRIEF MENTION THE Bible advertised in another column by the Excelsior Bible Publishing ; Company , lias been submitted to us for inspection , and we very cheerfully declare that it is one of the cheapest worts for the price that we have ever seen . It ia difficult to believe from an examination nt the book itself , that it can possibly be obtained for the exceedingly low price at which it is advertised in the REVIEW . The illustrations are excellent , and the general make-up of the book Btrikes us aa first-class . BEADERS of this paper who are troubled with that disgusting and disheartening disease , catarrh , should read the advertisement of Dr . Sykes Sure Cure on another page . The Doctor is well known to us , and we are familiar with many of the results of his practice . We hear ot no one who has used the medicine that is dissatisfied with what this truly great remedy has accomplished . A TRULY ELEGANT ROOK is the new ( 1880 ) catalogue , issued by MeBsrB . Lyon k Healy ot this ...

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INSURANCE ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 29 April 1880

INSURANCE ITEMS Tbe number of fires reported to us is greater , we are sorry to say , than our limited space will permit us to publish . Among them we notice particularly a large number of lightning losses , and proportionately large losses of live stock . Prairie fires , too , have been strangely frequent for this season of the year . New Jersey having been tlie chief sufferer in this respect , but much damage has also been suffered in the West from this cause . These lightning storms are a warning to all to secure policies insuring against both FIRE and LIGHTNING . SOME boys playing in the stable shed of the Methodist church , Grandville , Kent Co ., Mich ., last week , set the premises on fire , and the church destroyed . APRIL 22 . the expensive farm buildings of James F . Joy . four miles from Detroit , were destroyed by fire . Reported loss , $ 20 , 000 on granary , barns , and engine house , etc . Mr . Joy was insured . APRIL 22 , Wm . Canfield , of Kalmar township , Olmsted ...

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RAILROAD ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 29 April 1880

RAILROAD ITEMS THE war between Jay Gould s Missouri Pacific and the other roads in the Southwestern Railway Association goes bravely on . The rates are still quoted at six cents per 100 pounds from Kansas City to St . Louis and other Mississippi river points , and eleven cents from Missouri river points to Chicago . Gould is still making strenuous efforts to bulldoze the Chicago and Alton and the other Chicago roads into submission , but thus far he has made no impression upon them , and there is no probability that they will recede from their position . No action has yet been taken in regard to tlie threatened reduction in passenger rates from St . Louis to Missouri river points , and probably none will be taken until next Wednesday , when the regular meeting ot the Association will be held in St . Louis . It is probable that Gould will , upon becoming better acquainted with the situation , retreat from the position he has taken and become more tractable . He will discover I hat th...

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FARMERS 'REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 29 April 1880

FARMERS REVIEW PROSPECTUS OF TBI ! FOR 1880 . THE FARMERS REVIEW is a 16-page illustrated weekly journal of agricultural intelligence . Its leaves are cut and pasted , and in its general appearance and mechanical work , it is superior to any agricultural Journal published in this country . Its annual subscription price is only ONE DOLLAR A TEAR , postpaid It is edited with the most scrupulous care . Its articles are candid , concise , varied . Its selections are pure , apt , readable . Its numerous contributors are from among the most eminent , practical writers , in their respective departments , that the country affords . Among them we may mention the following : HON . J . R . DODGE . PROF . O . V . RILEY , PROF . W . J . BEAL , PROF . fl . E . MORROW , HON . SAM L DYSART . PBOF . A J . COOK , HON . A M . GARLAND , HON . 0 . B . GALUSHA , S . T . K . PRIME , DR . J . H . TUTHILI , EBEN E . RKXFORD . Mr . Dodge is well known as tbe leading agricultural statistician in the United St...

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LITERARY . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 29 April 1880

LITERARY . NEWS FROM HOME . When the heart ls very dreary , Growing sadly over-weary Of tbe bonds that keep It lonely Like a bird in wicker dome , Comes a messenger most cheery . Though It be a letter only , For a mother wrote that dearie , And ltbrlngeth news from home . News from homel oh , welcome letter ! Strong ln power to break the fetter That encircles her who labors Far away from all held dear . Yet it proves tbe proverb truly Tells that Joy and grief are neighbors , For from eyesthatgrow unruly Slowly wells agllst ning tear . Present sorrows wings are taking , Pleasant memories are waking . And Life s sun bedecks with splendor Her whom duty called to roam ; Yet the sympathy thats hidden In those lines so sweet and tender Makes the tears rise up unbidden O er the welcome news from home , —G . W ., in GasselVs Family Magazine . CELIA . RY THE AUTHOR OF MY QTJEEN . Continued from page 367 . And he walks by her side , silent , too In truth , he can scarce trust himself to speak...

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AN INDIAN MESMERIZER [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 29 April 1880

AN INDIAN MESMERIZER Strange stories reach us from India of the feats performed by a native mesmerizer , named Buni , whose magnetic power would appear to be found quite irresistible by the lower animals , upon which he exclusively exerts it . He gives seances , to which the public are invited to bring all manner of ferocious and untamable wild beasts , and . like the Ancient Mariner , holds them with his glittering eye . In a few seconds they subside in a condition of cataleptic stiffness , from which they can only be revived by certain passes which he solemnly executes with his right hand . An account of one of these seances states that a snake in a state of violent irritation was brought to Buni by a menagerie proprietor inclosed in a wooden cage . When deposited on the platform it was writhing and hissing fiercely . Buni bent over the cage , and fixed his eyes upon its occupant , gently waving his hand over the serpent s restless head . In less than a minute the snake stretched ...

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Unimpeachable Testimony . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 29 April 1880

Unimpeachable Testimony . In Which Three-fifths of the People are Interested . GENUINENESS , RELIABILITY , RESPONSIBILITY . No Matter What Other Plan Has Failed , This Has Stood the Test of Time , For Doctor Sykes Mas Been With Us Ten Years , and His Record Stands Unparalleled . Read What the People Say of DR . SYKES SURE CURE FOR CATARRH . C P . TEMPLE , Coulterville , Pa .. June 7 . 1877 , says : I have used four packages of your remedy , and believe lt ls the only medicine In the market that Is just what lt ls recommended to be— A Sure Cure . W . VILDA , Wllber , Saline Co ., Neb ., April 9 . 77 . says : Your Sure Cure is all you claim for it . E . A . CHILDS , Wrlghtstown , Wis ., Dec . 23 , 1879 , says : * I thank the Lord I saw your advertisement , I was bad off with Catarrh , that had been dropping down on my lungs about a year . Your Sure Cure * arrested Its course In about three days ; lt lias far exceeded my expectation . I recommend lt to all who are suffering with Catarr...

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THE HOME . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 29 April 1880

THE HOME . THE SMALLEST SUIT QF ARMOR . Fall mi ye steel-clad fighting men , Arrayed for deeds of arms ; The wond ring crowd delight ln men Equipped for war s alarms . Hauberk and helmet , sword and spear . Breastplate , gauntlet and shield ; Bold outward signs strike Inward fear , Brave heroes of the field . Your conquests have been very great ; Rare feats of arms are told Iu every war-proclaiming State , Where lives are bought and sold . But I ve a little coat of mail Will put your boast to shame ; I bid you Stand at ease ! and hail The armor I shall name . TIs woman s thimble ! that has done More good than warrior s pride ; And strangely would life s story run . Were its good works denied . It makes the robe the Infant wears ; Raiments , for meek and proud ; Hems silk for joys , and crape for tears The bride s dress , or the shroud . The needle is tne tilting arm By which true wreaths are twined Unceasing the productive charm With woman s love combined ! Those simple implements h...

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FOR YOUNG READERS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 29 April 1880

FOR YOUNG READERS . THE RAIN-DROPS SONG . I trust my tiny crystal sphere Upon the changeful wind ; No doubt have I , nor any fear , Save to be left behind ; For high or low the wind may blow Twill be the place forme , I know . It may be on the Kingcup s gold My sparkling drop will rest ; It may be on the bare brown mould Of some bleak mountain crest ; But this I know , that , high or low My duty lies where er I go . To He upon the winds breast free . Go gladly where It sends , To do the work awaiting me , Nor question where it tends ; Though wide It blow , this well I know , One heaven bends o er high and low . MY BROTHER HAL . Of this there could be no doubt ; it was quite ** quite-dead ! Its pretty feathers were all torn and ruffled ; its bright eyes fixed and dim . No use now for me to go out into the fields , gather a bit of green-tas-selled groundsel , and carry it home to fasten against Dick s cage . How he used to ruffle the little green buttons with his tiny bill , and peck ...

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MISCELLANEOUS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 29 April 1880

MISCELLANEOUS . UTILIZING GENESEE FALLS . A hydraulic motor company proposes to furnish Rochester , N . Y ., with an inexhaustible motive power by utilizing the falls at that city . A model of a motor was visited recently by a reporter of the Rochester Democrat . That paper says : The derrick , which is a miniature model of the one to be erected at the lower falls , stands in a room with the miniature machinery and airometer . Water passes through small pipes and tubes into a flume at the upper part of the derrick , and has precisely the same effect , only in a smaller degree , as would the force of the falling waters of the Genesee exert in a proportionately gigantic flume . In the two perfectly gated compartments of the flume there are two metal siphons . By the time the gate has permitted sufficient flow of water to submerge the top of the siphon on either side , the flow is stopped , and as soon as the water reaches the siphon s top the entire quantity within the reservoirdischa...

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