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BILK . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 January 1845

BILK . [ From the Silk Growers Magazine . There has been a large incrctlsr ; in the maiililiirturc of silk in New f ! ilglnnd , within the last one or two years . Several new establishment * have ; been started in that time , and eilel ones , that were , prostrated by the : mulberry speculation eif lfi . 10 , have been resuscitated , and are now going on prosperously . The . so establishments tire employed childly ill making sewings and twist , and severally consume : froill 20 to 200 pounds raw silk weekly ; nniotitiling , in tlie aggregate , I should think , to twice : or three times the qiianiity worked up one year ago . Wc found one new establishment just going into operation , at Mansfield , Conn ., for the manufacture of cords , gimps , and other trimmings . The ; building is r / ver lOO feet long , three stories high , and designed fof a large business . Messrs . Dale : and Dciniietid arc owners . All Our New England factories purthiiso all the American raw silk they can gel ...

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Tin : Atiiucvi . Tvav . OF WISCONSAN . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 January 1845

Tin : Atiiucvi . Tvav . OF WISCONSAN . Under the : above ; enption , the ; Racine Advocate calls the attention of its readers to the subject of supplying its own markets . The stale of the e-asi : is very much , in Wisconsin ! ns in northern Illinois , with the slight dillcrencc which age of settlement would eiccasion . In both cases , the : farmers generally seem to have had the impression that because the country was a wheat-growing one , money could be made by nothing else : ; overlooking , in elillerent degrees , those minor products , which arc just as imperatively needed , and ns surely profitable . Wc arc glad to sec the attention of the press turned to this mutter , and are sure that the case will soon be bettered . It is much lo be : regretted that our farmers confine their atlt . ulioii so exclusively lei one branch of their business , while several others , almost cepially important and profitable , are ; greatly neglcctetl . Tito most noted and scientific agriculturists ...

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= ««•»< = » NKCKSSITV OF IIOTATIOX . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 January 1845

= ««•»&amp;lt; = » NKCKSSITV OF IIOTATIOX . speciall y requires , and consequently the necessity of selecting llie manure lo suit the crop wanicel ; and skilful farmers will pur litis principle into practice , and also select crops suitable lor the : purpose : to which they arc lo be app lied ; llins , if you wish lo feed for milk you must , select a p lant containing an abundant supply of phosphoric acid ; and litis plant will not grow em land which litis been exhaustid of this acid , though it e-onlaiii all oilier necessary ingredients in abundance . The ground becomes exhausiril in many ways . Jl y cropping loo long with cither iiuc kind or elillerent kinds eif grain , and carrying oilboth grain and straw , it becomes exhausted very spccelily . It becomes cxliaii stetl of . some : of its soluble matter by the action of rains , just in proportion lo the wetness of llie soil . JJ y the- application of proper manures , the waste may be unplaced . Feeding will replace a portion o...

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SI'IKIT OF TIIK AUIIICULTURAT . P . IIKSS . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 January 1845

SIIKIT OF TIIK AUIIICULTURAT . P . IIKSS . Connecticut Cattle . Connecticut ought by way of eminence to be ; called the Cattle Stale . On ihe Devon base , the : farmers of New England , headed b y Connecticut , have : bred them a race ; which wc believe are as well i . iitillcd to the name and rank of a distinct breed as many who wear this honor in England . To anyone who has seen ihcni they need no description . To those who have not , the following extract from the Albany Cultivator will explain both the ideas upon which they arc reared and the pride eif their owners in them . These working cattle , too , arc not the refuse of their yarels , worked because they arc good for nothing else , but llie major part of them will be found eif a rich red , the : Devons or their crosses , fine formed , lively animals , walking off like horses , and making the heart of the farmer glad to look at them . To show that we arc not exaggerating mailers , or allowing emr fondness lor fine cattle ; t...

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HOUSEHOLD AFFAIRS . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 January 1845

HOUSEHOLD AFFAIRS . To KXTI . ACT U . A . VfiniTY FllO . M BuTTKK . Tilkc 11 small quantity , that is wanted for iniiiii-ilitile u-e . For a pound ofthe butler , elissulw ; a couple of icaspoonsful of salcralus iu a quart of boiling waler , put in tic ; luillcr , mix it well wilh iho salcratus waie-r , and let it remain till colli , then lake it off carefully , and work a tcaspoonl iil of stilt into it . Butter treated in ibis manner answers very well to use in cooking . —lb . CAUTIONS RKLATIVK TO THK USK OF BRASS AMO Corrr . n CexiKi . se ; UTK . NSILS . Cleanliness lias liccn aptly stylcel the caielinal virtue of cexiks . Food is more healthy as well nspalatable , cooked iu a cleanly manner . Many liven have been lost , iu consequence « f ctirilesMiess in using brass , copper , awl glazed earthen cooking utensils . The l wo fiist should be thoroughly cleansed wilh salt and hot inegar belbrc cooking ill them , and no oily eir acid sub .--lances , after being e ; oe ) keel , should ...

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NORMAN HOUSE niMGENCK . ( I'itr . 1 . ) [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 January 1845

NORMAN HORSE DILIGENCE . ( Fig. 1 . ) We have the pleasure , by the politeness of the Albany Cultivator , of presenting to our readers a cut of this noble animal . We have seen no account of any breed of horses , with which we believe crosses might be made to better advantage to the farmer than this . We want , horses for work ; horses which in the best degree combine motion and strength . We have horses for the stable and pleasure : carriage , which leave little to be desired ; but we have not , to our knowledge , yet in this country , the ; horse which we : want for farm and road work , ; at least , we are greatly deficient . in this thing . Draft horses we have to some extent:; but they are too heavy-the cost of keeping is too great for the work performed . In this section of the West we believe the : standard of excellence in horse culture is below that of all other animals used on the farm. mals raised on the farm . Wc have : here ; scarcely any breed of horses—but a pell-mell ...

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THE BEST COWS . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 January 1845

THE BEST COWS . You cannot be alwoluicly certain , when you purchase heifers , that y « u will have good cows , but by close attention you may acquis ihe art of judging pretty accurately whether they will prove geiod . The first point is the udder ; if this is not capacious , or if it has not the power of becoming so , She : never will be a great milker . Then the color ofthe : skin there : is important , if you would have rich milk ; it should be yellow , or rather a mahogany color ; but you will want , good teats loo to draw the milk ; large teats , not staneling close together , are : a good sign . These are tho most important points . As lo the form of the cow , you will not cheioso a large head and horns , for it eteisls teio much to support them ; nor long legs , to make ; you hold the pail up from the ; ground , and to rcipiire high fences . Long legs require trio much support ; they arc not geiod even for traveling . Choose short legged animals whenever yon have the choice ,...

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1 > A 1 'Oin ' K ANl ) ITS KWJION . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 January 1845

1 &amp;gt; A 1 Oin K ANl ) ITS KWJION . BV DU . M . I .. It SAP P . [ For the Prairie Farmer . Mr . siius . EDITORS : Pcrntit mc in occupy a briifspace in yoiee-fSeileitiieis , a liera 1 thg silence , just lo speak of the La Porte ; region of country . Yon know my peiichiini lor topogrnphicuUkclehes : and aliliongli cooped up here : in the : [ Medical Dcptirtmcrit of the : L ; i Porte University , giving two leci a res a eltiv , and at thiseltill season of the year loo , when the : fair Itiec eif nature : is robed in winier livery , still I am iso favorably impressed wilh the ; agricultural uspcel of lids region thai 1 steal a moment iei speak of it , tinil to wish you anil vemr contributors hud renders the ; compliments of the season . I have ; no lime : lor any lliing poe-lic , although the scenery ecriaiiil y invites it . The ; magic little cluster of lakes , on the banks of which La P oric is siiuale-il , the : siirroiiniling beautifully picturesepic groves , ( hi 1 flourish...

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EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 January 1845

EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT . [ For th . Prairie Farmer . KIJVCATION OK CIIII . DRKN . MKSSRS . Kiirrnns : 1 see marry articles in th . * rduealional ile-pnrimenl of yotlr paper , cmiiyiulv caletilaled lo do good , in regard it ) thff proper eemstruclion of s -liool houses , the munage-tufiit . of *? -lieio ! s , A e-.: bert all these things may be : well iinele .-rotiifill and atiended te ) , and yet much of ihe greatest imporirtficc left midline . The house ; may be i-oilifiirtablf ; arid ( Ire teachers Mimpclitit , but if ihe right kind of i merest is nO i felt and manifest ed by the , parents , it will be of comparatively little avail . How eilien must an intelligent eldld ask himself llw epicstioii For what do I study ? His niihef can sctire-elv comprehend ihi : wces » iiy of rending a fid Writing , much less ihe ; use of other branches Of learning . His father . serins to lake no noiie-c exeept lo requite his atleiidiiticc tit school ; his tuolher neither knows nor cares any thing ...

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SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL FUNDS JN ILLINOIS . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 January 1845

SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL FUNDS JN ILLINOIS . The following extract on this subject is ffoin Brown s History of Illinois . In 1825 , a law was passed making provision fiir the incorporation of common schools . In its preamble , the great principles of legislative authority are established , aiiel so beautifully expressed , that we cannot resist the temptation of inserting it at length . It is in ihcse words : To enjoy our rights anil liberties , wc must , undcrslanel them . Their security tinei protection ought lo be among the first , objects of a free people . And it is a well established f ; ie ; t , that tin tialitm litis nvejr Continued long in the enjoymeht of civil and ptilltiettil freedom , which was not both virtuous and enlightened . And believing that the advancement of literature always has been , and ever will be , the means of developing more fully the rights of man ; and that the mind of every citizen of every republic is the : common property of society , nriel ceinstifiiics...

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M K CIIA N 1 U A L D 1 ! P AItT M E N T : __ [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 January 1845

M K CIIA N 1 U A L D 1 ! P AItT M E N T : __ STOVl-S-AlR-TKillT AM ) OTHICKWIKI-:. Some of the farmers calling at our office have intimated tit u » the , wish that wc would give ; our opinion on some : of ihe various stoves , now for sale and selling in this cily—remarking that they arc so perplexed , when they come t town lo purchase , wilh the various patterns ollerud litem—some of them cniire . ly unheard of by ihcm before—that thev run considerable risk in making a choice , inasmuch ai they have no surplus funds to experiment with . Our opinions arc no belter than those of any body else ; of ceptal eibservaliein anil experictiiC ; but such as ihcy arc , those : concerned are : wcli-eiinc to them . It is certainly a singular fact that stove-ology should possess , at the present time , as much or more : interest than ever before . It was a frequent remark , ten years ago , that eteive invention hud done ; its inmost ; and that all it could henceforth do , would be , to whirl about...

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TIII 2 PLANK ROAD . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 January 1845

TIII 2 PLANK ROAD . We perceive that some of the farmers are : doubtful in relation lo the Itotul projected from this city to Rock itiver , on the ground of its expense , . It is certain that such a road , constructed nl once lor-a disiuii ( : ij of 60 miles , must imt something . Wc elo not know what the plan of those ; having the : matter in hand may he ; but in our view it is not essential nor advisable lo undertake the : whole at onco . What we want now , find what wc must have , is a road that can be passed tit . all seasons , reaching over the ; worst part of the way . That , worst part lies in the vicinity of Chi-.-cago , amj extends out , on the northern route , a . little oyer . I JO miles , and on the southern route , about 15 miles . Now i It is the interest , the business , and if is in the : power of litis city to build a p lank road lor that distance . This done , the country could make a similar or oilier road if it chose , over the bad places beyond , first—gradually...

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METEOROLOGICAL RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 January 1845

METEOROLOGICAL RECORD For Chicago , III ., Lai . 41 ° 45 , N . ; Lon . 87 ° 35 , W . By GKO . F . WILSON , for the Chicago Mechanics Institute . From October 25 to November 26 , 1844 . ,, . ,. n , , i Thermometer , li Ihughteiflaromefer in inches and hutidins . — ;—- — — - ¦ £ - ! IT ! A Day , . 2 *¦ « &amp;lt;&amp;lt; &amp;lt; ofthe Sun- 9 oc ! : ) o ollO et cl a j , s £ month , rise . . UVIJP . M . P . M . . £ ^ ;„ „ Oct . 2 G 29 . 10-28 . SOi 8 . 80 aS . 8 S 3 ( 3 4 ( 5 52 10 27 28 . 97-23 . 97-28 . 8028 . 70 40 40 40 12 28 28 . 82 23 . 80 28 . 05-28 . 85 38 39 40 10 29 28 . 90 28 . 90-28 . 80 28 . 97 31 33 38 31 30 29 . 10-29 . 1028 . 922 . 9 . 00 22 34 44 36 31 29 . 10 29 . 05 28 . 70 28 . 75 32 40 52 16 Nov . 1 28 . 70 28 . 80 28 . 64 28 . 90 45 4 . 7 57 13 2 29 . 03 29 . 03 28 . 93 28 . 78 38 49 55 51 3 23 . 7 £ 28 . 62 28 . 60 29 . 03 42 45 15 15 4 29 . 07 29 . 0028 . 7228 . 83 42 40 58 45 5 28 . 95 28 . 9528 . 6828 . 68 34 48 54 11 6 28 . 70 28 . Ce : 28 . 45 28...

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CHICAGO PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 January 1845

CHICAGO PRICES PROVISIONS . $ STTH ^ 3 ^ ^ oef • TPIOO 2 50 . ® . 2 62 do-Mess $ &amp;gt; bW 0 00 . ® . G 00 do . Prime do 0 00 . ® . 3 50 Pork . pj 00 3 00 . ® . 3 75 do . Mess -pliM eauo oo I-ard . K &amp;gt;] ti 7 . ® .... fj Butter do 13 . ® ... 15 Cheese elo 5 . ® 6 BREAD STUFFS . Flour , superfine ^ blil 0 00 . ® . 3 50 do . fine . do 0 00 . ® . 2 75 do buckwheat PlOO 1 50 . © . 1 75 Corn meal -pbush 37 J ® ... 44 GRAIN . Wheat , winter , in specie , ^ finish 70 . ® ... 72 do . spring , ¦ Pbush GO . @ ... ( i 3 Oats elo ... 25 . ® ... 26 Corn , shelled do 35 . ® .. . 37 A GRASS AND FIELD SEEDS . Timothy tylbush 1 25 Blue Grass elo 2 00 Red Top do 1 50 Red Clover do fl 00 . ® . 7 00 Whitedo ^ lti 75 Flax seed IPbush 85 . ® ... 90 SUNDRIES . Cider i ] f &amp;gt; bbl © . 3 50 Salt I ^ bbl I « 24 ® . l 75 White Fish do 5 00 . ® . 5 50 Mackinaw Trout , do 5 00 . ® . 5 50 Apples elo 2 25 . ® . 2 50 do . dried -Finish 1 50 . ® . 1 75 Beans .. do 1 00 . ® . 1 25 Potatoes ....

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CHICAGO MARKETS . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 January 1845

CHICAGO MARKETS . The wheat market is not as brisk as wo should anticipate from the state of the roads j still considerable comes in and finds ready sale at 70 to 72 cents . We believe some of the farmers expect better prices and are not in baste to bring in , but we do not anticipate any material change in prices between this and harvest , unless there should bo a harder winter than now seems probable . Pork comes in very slowly but is of better quality than wc recollect to have seen befejre in this state . Wo learn that the scarcity is general west of Ohio . At tho packing places on the Mississippi and Illinois rivers and at other packing places in this state the quantity pureihased is much less than last year . Upon Rock river We learn that $ 4 per hundred is paid for it . We do not believe that Illinois Will have one pound of pork to spare , the comingyear . At Cincinnati we learn that the usual quantity will be slaughtered . The prices paid there for hogs weighing 200 , is , by...

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KIM , OIT TlfK WOLVES . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 January 1845

KIM , OIT TlfK WOLVES . [ For the Prairie Farmer . IIy J . VIM .. MKSSRS . E DITORS : There ; is a general complaint throughout llie ; country , that , the prairie ; wolves arc making great depredations among the ; sheep , and many plans are proposed lei destroy ihcm ; but there : is none that would be attended with so fililt : trouble and expense , and that would prove so ciTccltiiil as llie use of ihe strychnine . TwcniyfWe cents will buy thirty or forty doses , and e ; ye ; li deisc if it is geiod and when rightly administered will kill a wolf , and one skin will mure limn pay for all iho strychnine ; and if every farmer or if sennc in every settlement will use it , wo can completely exterminate this detestable nocturnal elcpredalor ; and r . uw is a grand time ; tei use it , while people are killing beef and pork . They will have ; a plenty of bait for them , and at this season of the year they get less to eat . and are more bold to take the bait . Another thing is , the strychn...

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CONTENTS OF THE PRESENT NUMBER . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 January 1845

CONTENTS OF THE PRESENT NUMBER . To our friends and tho friends eif agriculture , * Mooting ofthe ; Union Agricultural Society , » Acknowledgments and Notices , Our exchanges , Our terms , 10 Setting trees , The potato disease , Canton for silk worms , 11 The hyacinth , Now disease among sheep , Sugat from corn , 12 Planting fruit trees , ; * j Directions for transplanting fruit trees , Cranberries , 1 * I o graft , roots , Bud livers , Milk-sickness , ** The spotted disease in pigs , Hollow horn , Sheep fly , 15 N . Y . Agricultural Society , Houses of unburnt brick , 1 Straw cutters mid &amp;lt; : ob crushers , Machine for draining , 10 Gorman panic grass , Transmutation of grain , * J Prof . Johnston s address , Wintering sheep , 1 Which is the best breed elf cattle for the west ? J 8 Take cure of the stock , Sagacity of rntilcs , 1 jj A compost ; heap , The shepherds dog , Remedies for the croup , 10 Silk , The agriculture of Wisconsin , JNecessity of llotaiiem , * Sp irit o...

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THE PRAIRIE FARMER , [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 January 1845

THE PRAIRIE FARMER , Devoted to Western Agriculture , Mechanics , and Education . Published monthly at Chicago , Illinois , by John 8 . Wright , containing 24 very large octavo pages , besides a colored cettter with advertisements . Terms , $ 1 per annum , ( i copies for $ 5 13 copies for $ 10 , invariably in advance . All eommnniea- - lions must be sent free of postage . John S . Wright and J . Ambrose Wight , Editors . Vol . 5 , 1845 . KKASOKS FOR TAKING IT . 1 . It l » one of tho lateral anil cheapest BRtiaillurnl papers published in the United States . Specimen Nns sent to those rvuuciillni ! ilium3 . It Ii nut ttubttslictl fur the whole country , liut for the especial benefit of western farmers . 3 . Most of tho matter Is supplied by correspondents , more thiin three hundred In number , from II parts eif the West ; as a body unsurpaniKil In ability and practical kneiwlcdno , by those nf any nlliier agricultural paper . 4 . It Ii Illustrated with an abundance of well executed en...

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ACKiN'OWLJKOGMENTS AKI ) NOTICES . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 February 1845

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS AND NOTICES SCHOOL PUBLICATIONS. We are under lasting obligations to HON HORAGE MAXX, and HENRY BARYARD Esq. for several school publications ; to the former for four vols , of abstracts of the school returns of Massachusetts up to '41 '42, and for a copy of "The School and the School Master ;" tho celebrated work , of which the late Mr . WADSWORTH of Genesco, N . Y . distributed copies through the State of New York , costing , we believe , $ 10 , 000 ; and of which Mr . BEIMMER of Boston paid lor 3500 copies , distributed by Mr . MANS through Massachusetts , to teachers , school trustees , &amp;amp; c . A work better calculated to accomplish its object--the awakening of a more general interest in common schools-- never was published ; and any one desirous of improving the schools in his vicinity would do well to obtain a copy or two and hand to his neighbors . Part 1 st , The School , is by Prof . Poller of Union Coiled , and part 2 d , The Schoolmaster , by Mr ....

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 February 1845

NOTICE Is hereby given that the annual meeting of the Executive Committee of the Union Agricultural Society will be held at the Prairie Farmer Office id Chicago at 9 o clock , . A . M . of Tuesday the 4 th day of February , A . D . 1345 , in accordance with the by-laws of the Society , for the purpose of determining the tinle and place of holding the next Cattle Show and Fair of the Society , to appoint the VieWiii Committees for the same , and to publish a list of premiums to be awarded . Also , That the annual meeting of the Society will bo bold at the same place on the following day ( Wednesday ) at 10 o clock , A . M ., for the purpose of electing officers of the Society lor the . ensuing year . It is highly important that there should be a full attendance frt both meetings . The time and place of holding the next Fair is a matter of no small moment . It is expected that an extensive list of premiums will be offered : the encouragement which was manifested at the last Fail will ...

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