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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 13 May 1880

NICHOLS , SHEPARD & CO . Battle ( M . l _ iit * ^ A BaUMUaaj ORIGINAL AND ONLY CENUINE ^ ^ Sjmm \ l ^ mmm \ m ^ S 8 B ^^ U ^^ Threshing Machinery and Portable Vfl ^^^^ H 9 H | BE ^ 3 jHgk THE STANDARD of excellence throughout th * drain- ___»_ PWg .- __^ ___ F _ y *»________^___ - _______ - _________ ni Sailing World . _ JLiJjfHApVHH---------------Q-l MATCHXE 88 for Grain-Saving , Tfane-SaTing , P . rfwi ^ K _ HE _ H ^_____ P- _ K &!!____________________________ 3 __ F Cleaning . Jtaaii and Through Work . ^^ OS -KB _ ri \ N---r 9 _ ---------- H _ BP 9 r ^ . INCOMPARABI-E in Quality mt Material , refaction TT ¦ Jill * m M ** i WW wT / W-- ^ --L w 1 IfI * •• * Part *! Thorough Werkinauship ., Elegant Finish , aai . _ . ?• * - • ^_ TH my _ l ___ BPi _ f-f _ l % ^ Wfc # - B ^ r Stauty of Model . ^ •¦ V . ^ B & 0 M * ISE ^ £ - ^& : W , 1 : lL _ y ^__ B _____ l MARVELOUS for vastlf superior work IK « R hinds of ~ . *~—~~^&^ s ^ B...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 13 May 1880

THE BUJI ^ B ^ l _ K- FOB jH Pa * t _ JjL ^ PAEMEES I ¦ H __ 9 H \ DAIMMEN I S HHUjUVr n STOCK ___ __________¦ I BAISEBS , r ^ __________________¦__¦ ¦ B . Hg ! _________¦ IBUTCHSBS , ° ^^^^ HH % l-rl S ? h _ l cr ^^^ B ________ H W • M ----- ¦¦ __¦____¦ o o RPMil ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ y M | f ^ gH » fl | HH ^ - ^ j ^/^^ Price , $ 40 . 00 and $ 60 . 00 . The American Popular Dictionary $ 1 . 00 Only Tbli uaefnl and ale fant Tolnint is a Con plet . Library and Sa enrelopadla , aa wall ¦ tb . but Dictionary ii tha world . Superb ] , bound in cloth an . Oilt . Itcoiitalee ever , mord of Out Enoltti Ja-t-mo . , with Hi ( m ** aa * aM * a >> , derivation speUte / , anapromund euton , and a vai amount of etoaolafal ! » a * oaaaa— , InformaHoi npon oVaaamr , MyOol eay , Bloeraphy , Amer lea . Malory , Laics ate ., being a perfec Ialbrary of Befer • nee . W . bater a Die tionary eoata $ 9 , ant th . a _ merican 3 Poi > ular DIctlonarj coat only SI . Wortl — — _ . . ^ - . ...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 13 May 1880

WUte Bobes ! wmte Robes ! For a long time , no sweeter and better collection of music for SUNDAY SCHOOLS has appeared . If we consider the Hymns , we flnd the best and most cjTT INI T _ A V r original thoughts ex- ?? , *— a ^ -L- »* _ ra _ . M nressed ln pure poetry , of good lyrical character . Such phrases as Pitying Savior , look with blessing , Trust him ever , The better years begin , Only a little while , Preciouslore , Ere the sun goes down , The Eden hills , and A home , weary pilgrim : taken almost at random _*•< _~ a ¦_ - _ ¦ _ , a ?*» T fi * T from its pages . In- CH—J-Xl J V-FA-iKS . illcateits tenderness and beauty . There are 1 S 5 songs ; all good ones . WBITB ROBES will be mailed to any address for 80 cts . ( stamps . ) By A . J . ABBEY and M . J . HUNQBK . Price SO cts ., or f 8 per doz . TEMPERANCE JEWELS . ( 85 cts ., or * 8 . 60 per dosen . ) TEMPERANCE LIGHT . ( 12 cts ., or f 10 per hundred . ) These are extra good Temperance Song Books , rllflerlng ...

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THE SHEAF . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 20 May 1880

THE SHEAF . THE statement issued by the Chief of the Bureau of Statistics shows that the total value of exports of domestic breadstuffs from the United States during of April was $ 21 , 679 , 115 , and during April the previous year $ 14 , 168 , 030 ; for ten months ended April 30 last , $ 207 ,- 306 , 615 ; for the corresponding period the previous year , $ 149 , 085 , 266 . THE annual meeting of the American Association of Nurserymen , Florists , Seedsmen , and kindred interests will be held in the Exposition Building in the city of Chicago , commencing at 10 a . m ., June 16 , and continuing three clays . Among the objects sought by the Associa tion are the exchange and sale of nursery products , implements , and labor saving devices ; the exhibition and introduction of new varieties of fruits , trees , plants , etc . ; the cultivation of personal acquaintance of others engaged in the trade ; the perfection of better methods of culture , grading , planting , and sale of stock ; t...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 20 May 1880

Before You Buy Send to ns for Circulars , from wlilch yon can learn some facts In regard to the difference in qualities and worth of Liquid Paints , White Lead , Colored Lead , Zinc , etc . Sample Colors , Prices and Circulars , mailed free on application to Geo . W. Pitkin & Co ., Manufacturers of Liquid Paints for all purposes . 85 k 87 Market Street , Chicago . Ills . ¦ His Pltti Agricultural Works , ** huYalo , IT . T ., TJ . B . A . THE STANDARD of ThresHag - Machine excellence throughout the Grain-Qroteing World . SELDOM EQUALLED . Never excelled . NOTORIOUS as a , fast yet thorough thresher , : perfect cleaner , and entire saver of all kinds and conditions ot grains and flax and timothy seeds . NOTORIOUS as the only machine that is a -. success in all kinds * of threshing and a failure in none . NOTORIOUS as the best built , moat durable , and handsomest of the Threshinq-Machine Tribe . STEAM THRESHERS a specialty . Their superiority , it can be said with truth , ...

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HORTICULTURAL . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 20 May 1880

HORTICULTURAL . CULTIVATION OF ORCHARDS . The apple that was once considered a luxury has become one of the necessaries of life as food , and when freely used is conducive to health as well as comfort . In planting an orchard , the first thing * to be taken into consideration is the site . The orchard , of course , should be near the dwelling ; but if the ground near the dwelling is not suitable , and can not be made so by draining , it would be advisable to choose a site more remote from the dwelling . The land should be dry ; if not naturally so , should be made so bydraining or ridging , for apple trees will not endure wet feet . Exposure—I prefer a northern exposure to a southern one , for this reason , that when we have early and late frosts , the wind , of course , is in the north , consequently the frost settles on the southern slope , because it is still there ; choose the highest ground on the farm . Preparing the Ground—The ground should be in good tilth , as for corn , an...

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AGRICULTURAL . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 20 May 1880

AGRICULTURAL . RECUPERATING WORN LAND . A practical fanner writes as follows It is no use to tell a man to sow clover when the land will hardly raise buckwheat It wont catch only in little spots , and those will freeze out . I will tell my way . Plow the ground in May and sow three-fourths bushels buckwheat to the acre . Pit the soil thoroughly before sowing . This crop will be in blossom in June , when it should be rolled down and chained under as he plows . Not later than July 10 th ; reduce surface to a good seed bed and sow the same again . This crop will be grown large and be in full blossom soon enough to turn under and prepare the ground ^ for wheat . I have had a second crop grow four feet high . I bought a farm , some parts of which were very poor , hilly , and not easy of access . On these fields buckwheat has been the key to success in bringing them back to what they once were . After two crops of buckwheat have been plowed under , clover will catch . The wheat crop ought...

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THE POULTRY YARD . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 20 May 1880

THE POULTRY YARD . DRY EARTH FOR CHICKENS . It can not be too often repeated that the 1 quarters of all domestic animals should be kept sweet and clean . Even a hog is better off for being kept in a passably neat pen , though swine will stand tilth better than poultry . Where either chicks or adult birds are yarded , the ground soon becomes foul from their droppings . The soil is naturally a great purifier , and tends to absorb bad odors and counteract them . But the frequent tramping of fowls feet compacts the earth so that its absorbing power is in a great degree lost and the filth accumulates at thesurface , and there is a sour , noisome odor . This may not be noticed by the keeper whose head is five or six feet from the ground . But the head of a grown fowl is much nearer the tainted earth ; and what shall be said of the chicks , who inhale still nearer the ground ! Oftentimes the delicate creatures never have an opportunity to breathe a whiff of tresh air at all , because they ...

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ENTOMOLOGICAL . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 20 May 1880

ENTOMOLOGICAL . TO DESTROY THE ROSE SLUG . Various applications have been tried with more or less success , among which the most certain in its effects is whale oil soap suds , made in the proportions of one pound of the soap to eight gallons of water . The objections to this remedy are that it has a disagreeable odor and isliable to discolor the opening buds . Dusting freely with powdered white hellebore has also been tried with very good success , and it may be used in water by dissolving a tablespoonfnl of the powder in two gallons of boiling water . The pyrethrum powders have as yet been used only to a limited extent , but with the prospect that thoroughly applied they would prove effectual . Lime has long been used with satisfactory results , especially if applied when the dew is on the plants . Capt E . H . Beebe , of Galena , 111 ., wrote some time since to the Gardeners Monthly that he had found powdered sulphur applied when the leaves were wet , certain destruction , and Mi...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 20 May 1880

FURST & BRADLEY DUMP SuLKY RAKES DUMP THESE RAKES HAVE 20 DOUBLE COIL S PRING-STEEL TEETH Tempered In Oil . The double coil and spring temper make them very elastic and at the same time very strong . The BREAKING of a TOOTH is a VBKV luiiE occurrence with our rake . Ordinary raking on smooth meadow can be tolerably well done by almost any rake ; but iu ad dition to doing such raking as this , our rakes excel anything in the market for bunching up , raking cornstalks , raking on rough ground and other heavy work . The iever on our HAND-DUMP RAK | can be attached to pnll or to push when dumping ; Our SELF-DUMP RAKE is dumped bv friction-bands around the cast hubs of each wheel The mechanism is such that each wheel is OBLIO > KD to do its share of the work , consequently there is NO SIDE DRAFT WHATEVER . Whenever desired . it can be used as a BAND-DUMP rake . Our Rakes are SIMPLE , DURABLE and EASILY OPERATED . Send for our 64 page pamphlet and circular , fully d...

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CROP REPORTS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 20 May 1880

CROP REPORTS . THE FARMERS REVIEW OF THE SEASON . For the week ending May 15 . WINTEB WHBAT-Has Greatly Improved in Southern Illinois Since the Late Rain * —Early Varieties in Head . SPRING WHEAT—Generally Needs Bain , Except in Minnesota . OATS AND FLAX-Good Stand With Large Acrea-fe . CORN-In Kansas All Planted-In Illinois Not Yet Finished . FKUIT—Coming to Market in Large Quantities . REPORTS FROM—Texas , Kentucky , Indiana . Ohio , Wisconsin , Missouri , Michigan , Nebraska , Minnesota , Iowa , and Illinois . The week closes with all conditions favorable for the finishing up of corn plowing and planting . In southern Illi-, nois Winter wheat has greatly improved and prospects of an early harvest . Spring wheat in Minnesota is coming up with a good stand . Nebraska still complains of drouth , and also portions of Iowa are similarly affected . The most serious situation is along the western portion of the Kansas Pacific through Gove , Wallace , Tego and Ellis counties . The Winter...

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MONET AND COMMERCE . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 20 May 1880

MONET AND COMMERCE . MNANCJ 5 . TUKBDAY KVBNIHO . May 18 th , 1880 . The money market is destitute of animation , the demand from all classes of business being small and supply of funds seeking borrowers large . Call loanB , secured by receipts for grain and provisions in store are offered at o @ 6 per cent ; , and choice to fair commercial paper , running 30 Jo 80 days , at 6 @ 8 ; real estate paper passes at 6 @ 8 per cent , where Becured on city property , and 7 @ 8 on improved farms . Exchange on New York sold between bankers at ( S 0 @ 80 c . premium per $ 1000 . Shippers sterling bills on London at if-l :. 83 ( g 4 . 83 >^ , and francs on Paris at $ 5 . a 2 >< - ; . MERCHANDISE : MAKKJST . The wholesale markets are rattier quiet and tame . Dry Goods sell to a moderate extent on orders , but the tone of the market is weak and there is more or less cutting of prices among jobbers on certain classes of prints , sheetings , shirtings , and many oth...

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NEWS ITEMS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 20 May 1880

NEWS ITEMS . BETWEEN the 1 st and 17 th days of May , over 31 , 000 immigrants arrived in New York . Ex-Gov . JOHN WOOD is now lying at the point of death at his home in Quincy , 111 , He is over 90 years of age . Ma PARNELL has been chosen leader of the Home Rulers in the British Parliament . IN Paris , last week , 71 persons died of small pox , 33 from typhus , 81 from measles , and 58 from croup . Much uneasiness prevails over the prevalence of contagious diseases . THE Popes health is again reported very poor . His physicians advise him to leave Rome for a few months . THE forest fires continue to rage in Southern New Jersey . On Sunday about 18 , 000 acres of woodland and cranberry bush were destroyed . A PARTY of twenty-five from Deadwood came upon a band of seventeen Indians who had recently murdered a herder near that city , and then stole his cattle . Four of the Indians were killed , and seventy-seven horseB were taken from them . THE recently fitted out fillibustering exp...

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FARMERS 'REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 20 May 1880

FARMERS REVIEW PROSPECTUS or THB FOR 1880 . THE FABMKBS 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 YEAS , postpaid . It is edited with the most scrupulous care . Ita 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 . C V . RILEY , PBOJ » . W . J . BEAL , PROF . 6 . E . MOBBOW , HON . SAM L DYSABT . PROP . A J . COOK , HON . A . M . GARLAND , HON . O . B . GALUSHA , S . T . K . PRIME , DR . J . H . Tp-finLL , EBEN K . BEXSOBD . Mr . Dodge is well known as the leading agricultural statistician in the United ...

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AMERICAN FARM ANIMALS . —NO . 16 . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 20 May 1880

AMERICAN FARM ANIMALS . —NO . 16 . FORM AS EVTDEKCE OF QUAXITY — CONTINUED . The disposition , or temperament , of an animal has much to do with its adaptation for a given purpose ; hence it is never safe to rely on outward form alone . An excitable , vicious , or excessively timid animal , of almost faultless form , may fatten slowly or produce less milk than one of inferior form but of placid disposition . The speed of a trotting or running horse , or the adaptability of a horse for road work , often depends in large degree on the temperament . The temperament is indicated with some accuracy by outward signs . The physiognomy of an animal usually enables us to form a reasonably correct opinion as to its disposition . In general terms it may be said , a full , bright , placid eye , a broad forehead , quick-moving ears , the head carried well up , indicate an animal of spirit , vivacity , yet free from vice . The appearance of the eye , a bright , healthful look of the hair , a loos...

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SHEEP FARMING IN FRANCE . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 20 May 1880

SHEEP FARMING IN FRANCE . Sheep farming in France continues its satisfactory evolution—to increase the production of meat and wool without injuring either . France produces more of these at present than she has ever done at any period of her existence ; the wool has nothing to fear from Australia or South America . It seems to possess a special lengthiness of fibre , combined with strength , which are partly due to geographical advantages . French Merino wool is reported to have an exceptionally high reputation for the loom . , Twenty years ago the Paris markets were only supplied with old sheep , while now , the greater part ol the animals offered possess their milk teeth . Twenty years ago a flock was only renewed every seven years ; to-day it is effected within three . The quantity of meat has increased , and consequently that of the wool , and it is evident that six fleeces furnished by two animals in three years are more valuable than six fleeces from one sheep arrived at six y...

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LIVE STOCK NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 20 May 1880

LIVE STOCK NOTES MISSOURI now has a State wool Growers Association , lt was organized at Nevada last week . At the meeting an attempt was made to ascertain tbe amount of wool in the hands of members . About 130 , 000 lbs . were reported . Some favored the idea of pooling this wool at some central point , while the majority were in favor of and did instruct the Secretary to enter into correspondence with manufacturers and dealers with a view to negotiating the sale of the clip as may seem best . A committee of of four , consisting of the chairman Mr . Gentry , C . N . Nesbit , Samuel Jewett , and G . W . Clark , were appointed to prepare a programme for next meeting with instructions to report through tbe agricultural and local press . Dr . J . N . B . Dodson of Nevada , Mo ., and Mr . B . M . Bell of Brighton , 111 ., were elected honorary members of the association . A resolution was adopted looking to a more effective diseased stock law , more especially to prevent the running at ...

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LIVE STOCK . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 20 May 1880

LIVE STOCK . BREEDERS DIRECTORY . It la oar desire to present , in the follow ? lnrc etyle , a column or more of cards ol reliable breeder * of cattle , bonei , sheep , ¦ wine and poultry . Oar rate * will be for THREE LINK CARD three months ( 13 Insertions ) $ 9 ; six months , fie- one rear , $ 30 . Bach additional line ( It . fiO per quarter . These rates Include a free copy of the FARMJ-KS REVIEW dnrlntr the continuance of the advertisement . We respeetfullr solicit the patronage of breeders everywhere , confident that it will pay them to thus secure the attention of onr readers . CATTLE . JERRY ALDRICH , Tlskllwa . 111 ., Breeder of Short-Horn csttle from best stock . DR . ***** . A . PRATT , Kl-rin . IU ., breeder of pure and ( trade Holsteln cattle . Young stock for sale : aleo Poland-China twine . ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY . J . breeders of Snort-Horn and Jersey cattle , and Berkshire ami Poland-China swine . Stock for sale . E . L . LAWS-SNOB , Champaign , III . SAM DEL...

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