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Brillingin fl'licht . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1858

Brillingin fllicht . . It is no longer a question that drilling is the . best system jor putting in wheat . But such is the fertility of our soil that it throws up such a large crops of weeds that the plow cannot be made to cover them deep enough to admit of the unobstructed operations , of the common drill . Farmers feel that they are compelled to sow their wheat broadcast against their judgment and wishes . Well , there is now a drill that can drill in wheat through all obstructions 01 weeds or com stalks , and cart do this work well . The drills arc made by rolling cutters , the seed put in regularl y and covered beautifully . This drill is a perfect machine . It is cheaper than the common drills , will do all the work of the common drill , and will do work that the common drill cannot do . It has not been introduced generally , because the owner is too poor to send out agents over the land . We sec that these drills are for sale b y Messrs . Francis & Barrel ] , of t...

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Obituary . ¦ B LOOMINGTOJI , DL , July 22 . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1858

Obituary . ¦ B LOOMINGTOJI , DL , July 22 . From Porter s Spirit . THE LAST OE OLD GAZAN . —Died , this morning at the stable of Green , Paul . & Wurts , Esqs ., near Bloomington 111 ., the thorough-bred old horse Gazan , twenty-two years old .. ( I find him a winner in the tables published hr 5 ouatt on the Horse , by Skinner , in 1810 , where he is set down at four years old . ) This horse was bred by Dr . Warfield , of world-wide celebrity , and in his day in the hands of George Crane , and Andy Spang ranked with the first racers of the continent . _ He has long been a resident of this prairie country , and has done the State some service , as any one may easily see by making a visit to Morgan county , and examining - their stock of horses , not probably surpassed by any other county certainly in this / State , and perhaps I might , with propriety , extend the remark much further . : ! It is no small praise- to say , that the people of Morgan county had the understand...

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Sowing Tiniotliy Seed . ' - ¦' [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1858

Sowing Tiniotliy Seed . - ¦ The Eural New Yorker has the fol lowing remarks on this subject , which we submit to the . consideration of our farmers : Whoever sows winter wheat can sow Timothy before the wheat is drilled , in or before the last dragging if the wheat is put in with a drag ; but if the wheat is put in with a cultivator or gang plow , I should prefer sowing the Timothy after that operation was completed , trusting to the rains to bury the seed . Timothy seed may be sown upon any clean land , and dragged in without any other crop , and if put in immediately it might be mowed or pastured next year , as it makes a better growth and frequently succeeds better alone than when sown in connection with a grain crop . Oats especially are a poor crop to seed down with : It . is now pretty , generally conceded that if we want to raise , twice as much grain , especially wheat , we must sow only half as much ground . This , makes it necessary to put . down more land to grass than we...

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DIarrHoea in' Animals . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1858

DIarrHoea in Animals . A correspondent of an English journal while speaking of the diarrhoea amongst the lamb stock , so fatal in many parts of the country , remarks : I am not a farmer . by profession , but have had some experience , having occupied a farm for seven years , during which I paid some attention to this disease , not . onlyin sheep and-lambs , but also in cattle , especially young stock . The benefits I derived from the experiments , I am anxious to give . to the / world . When I had been abouttwo years a farmer , it happened that a very abundant crop of acorns made its appearance ; and having this , it occurred . tome thatmother Nature had provided the crop for some useful purpose . I at once gave out to the boys of the village , that I would give 2 d . a gallon for all the acorns they would bring at the season . when they began to drop from , • the oak ,- which abounds in the neighborhood ( Cheshire . 1 In a short time 1 was . inundated withthis fruitj so much so tha...

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Horses—Weak Eyes . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1858

Horses—Weak Eyes . . Horses that are kept most of the time in the stable , on dry food , are more liable to have inflamed , eyes thantkose that are kept on pasture . When I find an eye much inflamed , I bleed in the vein below , as . described in a former number and wash with a solution ^<> f ; sugar of lead , or white vitriol , dissolved in rainwater . In cases of slig ht inflammation , ., the wash . alone is sufficient , which should be used every tvro hours until it subsides and then occasionally until theeye seems entirely bright and clear .- In severe cases , that do not yield to the above treatment , take a gallon of blood from the neck , dissolye . two pounds of glauber salts in water , and give him a pint of it with a bucket Ml of water wheneverhe is thirsty , or . if he will driak it at two or , three draughts , all the better ? put four threads of sewing-silk in a sharp , darn-ing-needle , and bore his ears about one inch from the head , on the . outs...

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Core for Rattle-Snake Bites , [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1858

Core for Rattle-Snake Bites , Some four years since , Prince Paul , of Wurtemburg , the celebratocl naturalist , communicated , to my friend , Mr . De Vcsey , the results of some experiments performed before the Frcmch Academy of Sciences , by Professor Bibron , relative to an . antidote to the poison of a Rattle-snake . According to the Prince Paul , Professor Bibron allowed a rattlesnake to bite him in the lips , cheeks , & c , and , by taking the antidote discovered by him , prevented an alarming symptoms , and , in fact , suffered no inconvenience therefrom . Ihe antidote in question , as stated b y Prince Paul , is prepared according to the following recipo : K . —Potassi iodidi gr . iv . ; h ydrarg , cliloridi corros . g r . ij . ; bromini ssv . —M . Ten drops of this mixture diluted with a tablospoonful of wine ov brandy constitute a dose to be repeated if necessary . It must be kept in g lass-stoppered vials well secured . Prince Paul forwarded a small quantity o...

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The Youthful Bride . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1858

The Youthful Bride . Observe that alow and solemn tread ; when the youthful bride takes her wedded one b y the arm , and with downcast looks and a heavy heart , turns her face from sweet home , and all its associations , which have for years been glowing and brightening , entwining so coldly around the purest and tenderest feelings * of the heart . How reluctant that step , as she moves toward the carnage ; how eloquent those tears which rush unhidden from the fountain ! She has just bid adieu to her home ! She has given the parting hand—the parting khs I With deep and struggling emotion she has pronounced the farewell \ and oh , how fond and yet mournful a spell tho word breathes , and perhaps tis the last farewell to father , brother and sister . Childhood and youth , the sweet morning of life , with its charms of earliest birds , trod earliest associations , have now passed . Now commences a new—a momentous period of existence . Of this she is aware . She reads in living characte...

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•** Illinois State Fair . At Centralia , 14 th , IStli , 10 th and 17 tb Sept . Illinois -Comity Fairs ; [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1858

•** Illinois State Fair . At Centralia , 14 th , IStli , 10 th and 17 tb Sept . Illinois -Comity Fairs ; Acln . ni . -i , Quincy , pept . 20 , 30 ; Oct . 1 . Brown . Ml . tcriing . Oct . 7 to 8 . Cass , liruinfa . An * 31 ; Sept . 1 , 2 . C- « Toll , Mf . Carroll , Sept . 29 , 30 : Oct . 1 . Cli-impu ^ n , Urban a , Sept . 21 . Chicago Institute , 4 th to 7 tb Sept . Clinton , Oct . 13 . 14 , 15 . Di \ l *» j ; e , Wlu-iiton . sept . 28 to 30 , Eiljsir , Pari . , Kept 28 to Oct . 1 . Grundy , Morris , Oct . 12 to 14 , firoenc , Sopt . l . a . 3 . Hvury , Cambridge , ? cpt . S . ft . Knnknkcc , Iv . inlir . Uce . Oit . fitoP . Kitiic , Weticviv , Sept . w ,-4 . IjtiS- atlf , Ottawa . Sept . IS . 30 . Luke , Lilier 15 \ i * le Oct . 5 , C . I , ee , Amboy , Sept . 15 . 1 . Livingston , 1 online , Oct . 0 , 7 . J , ogan . Sept . S . 0 , 10 . SUcou pin . Oarlin villi ? , Oct . 5 to 7 . MCI IHJOUI-JI , M-tc . iuib , r * ct .: *« j to S 3 . Muicer , MiSlersbiirc , Sept . IK to * 10 , M ( ...

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COMMERCIAL . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1858

COMMERCIAL . $ l > ringfiehl Market— August 31 . win : AT—70 rgS 0 E * l > n ; l * i *( i- —s @ 7 c * a dor , FLOUR—S 4 MUS . sa * £ M : LAKD—*© 10 c S lb ; fcOR . V—10 @ G 0 IJU ; scarce ; SUiAR—Slff . Kc ? lb ; COllS MB \ L— 5- £ 4 bn ; COFFKB—lg @ l 5 c * a lb ; KUCKWdKAT— $ 1 ; MOLAS 5 KS—45 @ 0 ue 1 > . flak U-Vr ^ -WCHbiinionc ; rUl . T —* I 75 $ * . «*; KUANS—7 £ . f 3 ) l ( J 9 r ^ bu ; SALT—j * : } 50 • = > brl ; G * l \>*—10 c >! bu : llv . SEV—15 c *? lb ; ; -II IKT —I . , T \ l . u ; U * VI (» . \ i?— $ t \\ lm ; TIMOTHY 3 KHD—S 2 i ^ V-b ; MACKi-JKEL—lS »@ 20 c JVo . l ; IIDMlAEllANUr . ^ ccil ^ -j aO ; CU 1- ISU— £ 5 75 © luO Jbs ; MILbKT—SI -lb ; AlILH?—Ijreen , O 50 ® 31 ; CLJVUii —? 7 V Imj A IlLKs— Dried , $ 2 a bu ; SfcW IMTATtlK-a—QhGtfh ; iiOOh—* 5 i , ai & $ l * a cord ; fAY—3 * - V- ton ; - COAL—li c * a bu : TAIXIW—Sc t * . lb ; VKAC 1 IKS—Dried ; none ; SOAI —bar ; ( i ^ c |» lb ; ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1858

Agricultural Implements , OV EVKttY DKSOKIPflON tOR SALE by aiig ¦ PBAKCISft BARBELL . , Buckwheat and Turnip Seed 170 R SALE BX aug i FBAKCIS ft BARBELL . * PRESERVING JAMS . THESE A « fi OF A GLASS , A NEW INveutiou , y . ry excellent , just received and for sale by a « g fRANCla ft BABKELL . Cliluese Sugar Caue Molasses , A . MUST EXGrJLLJiNT ARTICLK JOST J \ . received and for Bale by PHANC 1 S ft BARBELL . llAllEYS ART OP Taming Vlciovs Morses . Warrauted Genuine . JUST PUBLISHED , ILLUSTRATED INstructfrrasiu Karay s-Aitotlloraa t amlng . guaranteed lbesameaspritctic < td . in Kurope , ai > d entirely different from that described iu horse btmiug books and taught by Ulucrant jockles . As itv . Uareydid not di-ctomj the important feature of bissysteiu iu this country , but which I sow for tho first ijme engage to tul y revtal . My price has been reduced to ? a , which © . try man who owns a horse can afford to part with . Any man who knows * anything about ...

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New York Cattle Martet—August 35 . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1858

New York Cattle Martet—August 35 . TheCattleatFnrty . fourth . fiUeet were derived from the fol-lowing-louries : • obia J ..- . f , 0 t New Yoik , - •> 3 fi . Jllin ^ „ j , sss Kentucky , ^ 62 Iiidi-ina , -J 5 Texas 140 Wo subjoin a list of droves and nymeTs Irom Illinois : No . Owner ! . erJesmnu . v I * 5 t Vircm S Ulcry . 314 aleaaliIor & Karri a .. ... Owners Id . AlcxaitilOT fc Virglu Whituft Son 4 - l t-h-uo ft £ ru >* . .... Bcdlung ft Kostmnn *¦ haukju k Gilloepie Wcsihtinier & tiro i 7 \ Y -I llutciiinson Hoag ft i-hennan IS 3 Biirlingame Uoagft fherman W W b ttebbms -.... Ayrault ft Rro 32— . 0 Stone Ay rami ft Urn 95 Virgin ft Marvel Aliarton iCoujrer S * 1— . Jamts Steel- Uaring iOurney 15 Perkins MDalton W A llurd „ .. O Hard 101 C .-nglo . t Alesaiider ... U Brirtrmn lft * Alexander ft Vir ^ in-. tt Mmray 47 J Purciia-e Uwuer 12 M Lockmac ... Martin ft Valentine 10 J UexHtuier ¦ sCrum ... J A Mnrriit ¦ 71 J II Chiney Owner ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1858

TA » TLE OF CONTENTS . duiitjy liuHutngs . . 129 Wool growing 137 lUrey s ar * of u <> ra- lam- About the tact 138 ins ....:. ISO Iludgiuir , 138 C ^ uversi-tifnon \ ege , talilo Farm nii ^ ewis H . Thomas .. l . -8 pbjsiology 133 Mothers 130 Valuu of sheep to the far- f «« coin t 110 nu-r ¦ - . . 133 ubituflry 141 May n ^ C ** 0 • ¦ .. IM Diarrtea iu animals -. 141 Blind ditching . 134 Horses—wctk oy < i » rl 4 I Our ttiplca I So Cure for r . ittleSuako lute .. 142 Titofaria locomotive 135 Tin- youthtu ! bride —Hi * Edit . iriai items . ; .. ; 130 Illinois fairs ; 142 Che State Pair ,.. W > Markets 14 * 2 The sugar cane crop . 137 Markets . 143 The gti-at event « f tbe Advertiseoicnts 14 JJ age . 1 ^ 7 Advirtisomcnts —114

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1858

MOMiMJ % m £ JPAOIfS . Manufactured by < Tulm Dertv As THE SEASON FOR FALL PLOWING ia at band , tho subscriber would risk the attention of Piiruicra and others interested , to his larte and superior tjtock of Plows of all kinds , noV In use in the West , consisting of Three size * of Improved Clippers , made from the best Caststeel , and Jlnisjied in very superior roan Tier ; those , lows fur ease of draft , and perfect plowing , hove no equal iu this State . Pour sizes and qualities of * he common form of old ground plows , made from Oast , German and American Steel , which are equal to any ptaw rnndu after thU atyle , Corn Plows uf two qualities . Dauble and dingle Shovel Plows . Five Touth Cultivators . Hnrrowc , twobtjles , rcversahte , adjustable , and . Giddea Double Marrow . l ux Yotcvs qf three sizes , finished iu the beat monnor , and a veryiuperior article . Twelve and Pouru-en . in Ertra breakers , for breaking Prairie or other t-od , with two and three horses—...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1858

B . F . FOX , Wholesale aud Retail Dealer in Hardware , IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCH £ 5 , HAS SOW IS STORE one of the largest and best assortments cf goods iuhts line ever offered in this market . Importing many styles of English goods direct , and purchasing his American goods of the mnnufactureru at the lowest ( cash ) prices , he is enabled to offer merchants and consumers goodsat the lowest prices , and on na favorable terms an any bouae e : ist or WCBI . His stock embraces a very large and complete assortment of Agricultural Tools and Implements ! of the latest and most improved kindi and qualities . Reapers , J / OICBK , Straw Citttr . n * HMy * IVtmmf . Vj-, Scklrs , Grass and iruning //« j . * s . Cradles , . Scythes , Snat . n , Flirks , Hots , Shoivlx , Saxms . Jir »^( atl kinds and m . ikes ) . Picks , Mattocks , Fan Mali . Sett ! jkjtiratr . rs unit Threshing MJ ~ chine * . HOUSE FliltSISIIXil BlilLDEItS WABEHBCSE , Large at . d complete , assort unit of Lnel ; , Latch- 3 ...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1858

TBE ILLINOIS Mliftustl Fire Insurance Co . \ LOCATED AT ALTON ILLINOIS . CHARTERED iKB . 23 , 1 S 39 . ORGANIZED APR 1 L 4 . JS 39 . Amount of premium notes in force February 1 st , 185 G , constituting a fund for the payment of Losses , $ 800 , 000 . 00 , Secured by a lien on-properly insured , valued \ a 1 over ¦ \ $ 9 , 000 , 000 ! ! ¦* niIIScompiinyinsuresdelliiigs ^ torc -. warehou !« -J , manu- | J . factories , mill .- ; . barn ? . stable * and the contents of each , j t-gether witli every other similar species of property vrithin , t ie State , from ¦ \ / . OSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE ! The Directors fu < - \ justified in recommending this company to the favorable coned-ratton of the citizens of Illinois . Every une insured . 1 jco ^ : es a member , the company being an as sociatitm of customers— each of whom is concen . M iti insuring his neighbor . As the Indemnification fund augnieuts in exact- ratio witli the increase of risks , the capital of the company u a uiparu...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1858

Illinois Ventral Kail ZZoad LANDS FOR SALE . TDE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD Company invites the attention -A Agriculturalists aud Farmers to the fertile lands adjacent to their Road , which are offered for sale upou low terms , and loug credit at low rates of interest . Itis the policy and wish cf tho Conipany to sell nfl their lands to actual settlers ; and no inducement is oficred to speculators ; in fact none will he sold on long credit , without the distinct obligation of cultivation . Iliiuoiioccupiesthe most central position of the Western States , and comprises theniosi fertile ee ^ tion of the belt of land extending from tho Atlantic Otoan to the Missouri River , and including NewYuik , Now Jersey , Pennsylvania , Ohio , Indiana . Il inoie , Jlichigan ; Wisconsin , Iowa nnd Northern Mi snonri . Unlike the State ? Sort h uf us , tbe productions are not checked by rigon-os wintero , —nor is tho heat of summer oppressive . The limd * West of tho MU-ouri River gradually mid rapid...

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Market Gardens . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 October 1858

Market Gardens . The next best tiling to a private garden about the dwelling , is a market garden in the neighborhood , where vegetables may be procured fresh on the . day they are wanted for . the table . With all the facilities for small gardens , with room andmeans enough , there are multitudes too lazy and ignorant to have them . You might set before thom 3 section of paradise , and tell them that they have room enough , and time enough to realize more beautiful things than Adam and Eve saw , and it is nought to them . You may demonstrate to . them , that it is the cheapest and best means of preserving health , and they will not be moved . You may convince them that thoy can procure vegetables and fruits in their own yards , cheaper and better than . they can he had elsewhere , and they will coolly respond , that may be so . You may bring your arithmetic , and-show them that . by a little management , they Can sell enough to get their own fruits and vegetables for nothing . They...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 October 1858

THE . f llitwif Wmwm , ¦ PUBMSHED MONTHI / tf , IBailhaclie < fc IBaiker , Journal Buildings , - - Springfield , Illinois . - . - * . : . S . FRANCIS , EOitor , ; 4 *^ - , — TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION . Ono copy , one year , in advance .: . $ 1 00 Five copies , .... „„ „ .. ; .:. 3 75 . Ten and one to the porson getting up cjub „ ... 7 60 Fifteen copies and over , &}/ , cents each , and < me to person Betting up club . -. •; .. CASH RATES OP ADTEETIMS & : Ooo dollar per square often lines , each insertion .

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