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D . M . Richardson ' s Matches . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 20 May 1880
D . M . Richardson s Matches . BI . CHAKDSONS Reliable and popular Matches are again lu the market . The Parlor Matches have no offensive odor and the chemical do not drop off when Ignited . The Telegraph Matches with white tips do not leave a black mark when ignited and have very little sulphurous odor . These Matches will stand the dampness of any climate and are regarded the cheapest , safest and bent Matches for use ln tbe world . Call for RICHARDSONS MATCHES , manufactured ln Detroit , Mich .
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 20 May 1880
1 ^^ Mf / f *** C ^^ mmmm \\\\ nT . Qt-4 by B . N . Horarord , late Pro ,. . Harvard University . It is better and healthier than ordinary Baking Powder . CreamTartar or Yeast . The cost of raising Bread , Biscuit , etc ., with it Js only about half as much as by ordinary Baking Powder , and the result is much better . lt restores the nutritious elements which are taken from the flour in bolting :. No ordinary Baking Powder or anything else used for raising Dread does this . Universally used and recommended by prominent Physicians . Put up in packages containing 11 ounces , just enough for 25 pounds of flour . A . sample sufficient for one quart of flour sent postpaid on receipt of a three cent stamp . Vox 3 S cents , in stamps or currency , we will send , post paid , a regular package sufficient for 25 pounds of flour . RUMFORD CHEMICAL WORKS . P ROVIDE-SO- * , R . I . For Sale by JOSSKLYN BROS ., 4 -Wabash Are .. Chicago , 111 . riiO BEEKEKPERS-Valuable Information relaX . tive to...
FOR YOUNG READERS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 20 May 1880
FOR YOUNG READERS . ITS AN ILL WIND THAT BLOWS NOBODY GOOD . In a cave in a rocky valley , surrounded by a forest , dwelt a family of bears : two old ones and their children , Rug and Tippet . Of the former , the mother was an old patient bear , accustomed to take things easily , and rather proud of a stock of proverbs inculcating patience , which she was fond of using to check her husband s hasty ways and to bring up her children to follow her example . Rug and his sister Tippet were now nearly grown up , and lived with their parents till they could find a place where they might keep house for themselves . One day , as they were at home alone , their parents not having returned from hunting , they were disturbed by their father suddenly coming in hurriedly , throwing himself on the ground in a corner , and grumbling in a discontented voice : Of all theunlucky bears in the forest , I believe I am the unluckiest ! At this Tippet rose and went to him , and putting her arm round his ne...
THE HOME . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 20 May 1880
THE HOME . MY LITTLE BOY THAT DIED . Look on his pretty face for just one minute , His braided frock , his dainty buttoned shoes , His firm shut hand , the favorite plaything ln It , And tell ine , mothers , wast not hard to lose And miss him from my side—My little boy that died ? How many another hoy as dear and charming . His fathers hope , his mother s one delight , Slips through strange sickness , all fear disarming And lives a long , long life ln parent s sight I Mine was so short a pride ! And then my poor boy died . I see him rocking on his wooden charger , I hear him pattering through the house all day I watch his great blue eyes grow large and larger , Listening to stories , whether grave or gay . Told at the bright fireside—So dark now , since he died . But yet I often think my boy is living , As living as my other children are , When good-night kisses I all round am giving , I keep oneforhlin , though he is so far . Can a mere grave divide Me from him , though he died ? S...
LITTLE BROWN HANDS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 20 May 1880
LITTLE BROWN HANDS . The following poem was written by Mary H . Krout , of Crawfordsville , Ind ., wheii Its author was In her thirteenth year ; They drive home the cows from the pasture , Up through the long shady lane , Where the quail whistles loud in the wheat-field , Thnt Is yellow with ripening grain . They find In the thick waving grasses , Where the scarlet-lipped strawberry grows . They gather the earliest snowdrops . And the first crimson buds of the rose . They toss the hay in the meadow , They gather the elder bloom white ; They flud where the dusky grapes purple In the soft-tinted October light . They know where the apples hang ripest , And are sweeter than Italy s wines ; They know where the fruit hangs the thickest . On the long , thorny blackberry vines . They gather the delicate seaweeds , And build tiny castles of sand ; They pick up the beautiful sea-shells—-Fairy barks that have drifted to land . They wave from the tall , rocking tree-tops , Where the oriole s ha...
MISCELLANEOUS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 20 May 1880
MISCELLANEOUS . A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY . The New York Graphic gives an account of an interview with the inventor of a water repellantwhich isused forprotecting fabrics of all kinds from damage by water . A company has been organized with Hon , Hugh McCullough as President , to put it to use ; and it is claimed that it is not only a perfect protection , but is so thin in substance that the most delicate fabrics can be treated by it without injury to pliability . For instance , experiments were made before a number of ladies in which silks , velvets , ostrich plumes , and other delicate things were immersed in water after being coated by the repellant , and came out uninjured . And it was not noticeable that any change in appearance or feeling of the articles had taken place by the application of the repellant . But the interview with the Graphic reveals a possibility quite undreamed of in the cultivation of the common milk weed . This , Mr . Lamb , the inventor , says will be the Indi...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 20 May 1880
INSURANCE AGAINST FIRE AND LIGHTNING . — - *• ***« -- &lt; Q &gt; -- *» m--afe f * % - — &lt;m » MI&gt; ontmental i IS THE ONLY COMPANY FOR 0 FARMERS 8 INSURE 2 WHY ? &lt; t * ; --- ** - ^^ 4 l &gt; - » ---rr 9 - &gt; # •• II ® 4 fiI ** *&lt;- 1 st . The CONTINENTAL is one of the OLDEST , STRONGEST and BEST MANAGED companies in the United States . 2 d . The CONTINENTAL , ADJUSTS its losses FAIRLY and PAYS them promptly , without any wrangling about it 3 d . The CONTINENTAL has adjusted and paid in losses to the FARMERS in the NORTHWEST ALONE over $ 1 , 600 , 000 in the last ten years . 4 th . The CONTINENTAL insures against damage to buildings and loss on LIVE STOCK by LIGHTNING as well as Fire . 5 th . The CONTINENTAL gives you the choice of paying Cash or selecting eitker of our Credit plan . 6 th . The CONTINENTAL thus enables you to save yourself from disaster on the easiest possible terms . 7 th . The CONTINENTAL w...
CHAFF [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 20 May 1880
CHAFF FADDy S VERSION OP KXCELSIOB . Twaa growing dark BO terrible fast , When through a town up the mountain there passed A broth ot a boy , to his neck in the shnow , As he walked , his shillalah he swung to and fro , Saying , It s till the top Im bound for to go , Be jabers ! He looked mortal sad , and his eyes were as bright As a fire of turf on a cowld winther night , And ami a word that he said could ye tell , As he opened his mouth and let out a yell : It s up to the top of the mountain Ill go , Uuless covered up with this bothersome shnow , Be jabers ! Through the windows he saw , as he traveled along , The light of the candles and fires so warm ; But a big chunk of ice fell over his head ; Wid a snivel and groan , By St . Patrick , he said , It s up to the very tip-top I will rush , And then if it falls tis not meselt itll crush , Be jabers ! Whist a bit , said an old man whose head was as white As the shnow that fell down that miserable night ; Slmre yell fall in thewather...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 20 May 1880
I ^ VZWT-fV ^ I fltm * i on 30 Day * Trial our B ^ jM . ^ . B ^ ELECTRO-VOLTAICBELTS . BAirDS , l | T 7 ^^ --- ^ nW 7 iJSaBpeiiiorlea , THUMB , und otherap-MIIHIlIT-m ^ ipUancea , tn those unfit-ring from Killlf ! ¦ fl % l-VL rVolt ^ lability , Wt-ukimsses , or HIIm XI M I III LoBt Vitality from any cause ; or to \ wMZLBMMwBmBmmzl tlioae altlictccl with Klieumiitism , ¦^¦^• jTIWBBB Pftr ^ lyHiH , Dyspepsia , Liver or KidHll |||| 3 l | tiey troubles , etc ., « -tc . ; or Ruptures . SoMdvcnrefguaranteed . OurllluitratedPamphletFree . SSdreu VoiTAI € BEtTCO ., Mttn * liuIl , Mich .
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 20 May 1880
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Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 20 May 1880
WARRANTED THE BEST Send for descriptive circular . Address JACOBS BROTHERS , COLUMBUS . O HIO . State Line . New York to Glasgow , Belfast , Liverpool , Queenstown , and the Continent of l ^¦ TTR . OI * ,, F , Sail every Thursday . New Steamers I Elegant Accommodations I Lowest prices . First Cabin Saloon , $ 65 . Round trip tickets . Jl 10 . Second Cabin . $ 40 . Return , S 7 S . Steerage , $ 86 . AUSTIN BALDWIN it Co ., Genl Agents , 164 E . Randolph street . Clitcngo . APCUTC U / lMTCn EVERYWHERE ULlllO II All I tU to sell tbe best Family Knitting Machine ever Invented . Will knit a pair of stockings , with HEEL and TUB complete , in 20 minutes . It will also knit a great variety of fancy work for which there Is always a ready market . Send for circular and terms to The Twoinbly Knitting * Machine Co ., 409 Washington St .. Boston . Mutts . will A CHANCE FOB FARMERS . I sen Eggs from the best strains of V . Rocks and p . Brahmas , premium stock . 3 yards of each variety . Will s-...
THE SHEAF . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 27 May 1880
THE SHEAF . Now come the rosy June and blue-eyed Hours , With songs of birds , and stir of leaves and wings , And run of rills , and bubble of bright springs , And hourly burst of pretty buds to flowers ; With buzz of happy bees in violet bowers . —Cornelius Webbe . BY reference to an editorial , under the heading , Our Premium Engravings , our readers will observe that the picture coupons , published in the FARMERS REVIEW , No s . 17 and 19 , have been extended , and will be good lor one picture , when accompanied by one annual subscription , up to July 1 st , 1880 . A PORTION of our last week s edition was mailed with the aid of Dick s machine . This week a still larger number is sent out in this manner . The next issue will all be mailed with the name of the subscriber plainly printed upon the paper , and all the numbers going to the same post office will be enclosed in one wrapper . Our mailing heretofore in single written wrappers has been exceedingly unsatisfactory to subscrib...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 27 May 1880
THE FINEST THRESHING MACHINERY IN THE WORLD IS THE VIBRATOR , AND 18 MADE ONLY BY NICHOLS , SHEPARD &amp; CO ., BATTLE CREEK , MICH . They make the most Complete and Perfect ¦ STEAM POWER OUTFITS , ! REVERSIBLE TRACTION 1 ENGINES ,. PLAIN FARM ENGINES , SEPARATORS EXPRESSLY FOR STEAM POWER , SEPARATORS FOR HORSE POWER , Strongest , Most Durable , and Lightest Running ^ 2 dk HORSEPOWERS . ^ WMI Call at nearest agency and examine this incomparable machinery . I ffi ^ H / prosperous experience in this line , without change of name , location or management , and the Largest and Best Appointed Thresher Factory in America to back up their guarantee of making the FINEST THRESHING MACHINERY IS THE WORLD . Send for circulars and price lists . ( Sent free . ) NICHOLS , SHEPARD &amp; CO ., Buttlo Creek , TMioh .
AGRICULTURAL . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 27 May 1880
AGRICULTURAL . TO DESTROY MOLES . In response to the question How to get rid of Moles , Mr . David Marshall , of Carthage , Ind ., writes the FARMERS RKVHBW : Take castor beans , and where moles have recently been passing along their underground passages , make a small hole into the passage with the finger or some other way and drop in a couple of beans and cover up the hole with dirt carefully , so as to disturb their track as little as possible . This course persevered in for a few weeks will exterminate them . I have used the striped leaf variety that bears a speckled bean . Mr . Gurnee , of Cottage Grove , Wis ., writes : It is probably the pocket gopher that destroys the osage orange plants of your Kansas subscriber . Give them pieces oi potato with arsenic sprinkled on them , or , what is better , open their runways ( they always close like entrance ) and set a small steel trap a little way in the runway , and when they see the light they will come to close the entrance and ge...
HORTICULTURAL . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 27 May 1880
HORTICULTURAL . MISSISSIPPI VALLEY HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY . To the Horticulturists of the Mississippi Valley : In pursuance of action taken at the late meeting of the Missouri Horticultural Society , which embraced delegates from several other State societies , a committee was appointed to invite the horticulturists of the Western and Southwestern States to meet in convention for the Surpose of effectingthe organization of a [ ississippi Valley Horticultural Society ; and also to arrange for an extensive exhibition of fruits and flowers during the coming Autumn . After consultation with horticulturists in several States , the undersigned have decided to call a convention for that purpose , to meet in St . Louis on Wednesday , the eighth day of September next , at nine o clock A . M ., the particular place and programme of meeting to be hereafter published . We are also pleased to be able to announce . that the Merchants Exchange of St Louis has , with characteristic courtesy and libe...