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THE JAMESON CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879
THE JAMESON CLUB As the year is drawing to a close , so is the flrst season of the existence and activity of the Jameson Club . We have said that the production of seed seems to be the end and aim of plant life , and it is fitting and proper that we should consider the nature of this aim and end at this the last meeting for 1879 . We know that many plants spring up , flourish for a few months , blossom , and finally produce seed and then die . All these stages of life may occur in a single season , as in thousands of species , or even be crowded into the short space of a few weeks . Other plants are longer lived , but sooner or later they produce seed and die . Some plants produce seed annually at the close of each season s growth as in the case of the many kinds of nuts which children well know , and the various fruits of the orchard and garden . It is a familiar fact that plants produce seed and then close their operations for the season or forever . What is a seed that it should ...
A DOLL HOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879
A DOLL HOUSE About this time of the year a great many kind parents are wondering what they can give to their children to please them most . And a graat many brothers , we are happy know , think long and anxiously as to what they can do to please their sisters , at Christ-mas-time . How many times have we heard the boys say : You see its easy enough for tlie girls to give Christmas presents ; tliey can make ever so many things , but what can we make to give to a girl ? Now then , boys , take our suggestion , make them a DOLL HOUSE . That is if you have any sisters that are not too old for that sort of thing . There is nothing in the world that will interest so many members of the family , young and old , as a doll house , and it continues to interest and give pleasure for a long time , for you can always be adding something to it . Suppose you talk over the matter with father and mother , and see if you can not combine forces and get up a doll-house for the girls . First , of course ...
PUZZLES AND CONUNDRUMS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879
PUZZLES AND CONUNDRUMS Correct answers to last month s puzzles are as follows : A-Farmers Review . B—Uncle . C—Blockhead . D—Verbena ; Violet ; Heartsease ; Helllotrope ; Tuberose ; Bachelor s Button ; Rose Geranium . E—CIVIL . The correct answers received are not numerous , and we think there must be some wit-sharpening needed among our young friends . As they will be very busy celebrating the holidays before they get the next number , we will try and send them easy ones this time . The correct answers received are : To A—From John Mee , Sibley , Minn . ; M . A . Priestley . Tremont , Neb . ; Amy Dell Shlnkle , Cadmus , Kans . ; Claud T . Ehred , Blalrstown , Iowa ; W . R ., Lafayette , Ind . ; Mary Oakland , Rome ,. 111 . ; Cora Galbraith , Toulon , 111 . ; Willie Carr , J . E . Nicholson , Seneca , Kans . ; Katie Roggereen , Kensington , 111 ., W . S . Short , Midland , Mich ., and J . H . Hopper , Fayetteville , Tenn . To B—From Amy Dell , Cadmus ; M . A . Priestley , Mary Oakla...
CHILD'S COT [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879
CHILDS COT DEAR F RIENDS : —1 hope all who have so kindly thought of the little sick children , and generously sent some contributions to provide for them , may have a really happy Christmas , and their good gifts be bountifully returned lo them . They certainly can take pleasure and satisfaction , in remembering they have thought ot others : of those in distress and poverty . There is a promise to such , and I doubt not it will be fulfilled to every one who has tried to aid in this work . I desire to thank those who have sent me encouraging words and earnest wishes for my success in this enterprise . Many letters come with such cheering words , always accompanied with some gift to our little patients . I do hope others are preparing a donation for the coming Christmas time . In dispensing gifts to one s own dear ones , put aside something to help the Cot . Our little sick ones are always remembered at the Holidays by generous people , and a good dinner and a happy day is always giv...
BENNY . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879
BENNY . I had told him Christmas morning , As be sat upon my knee , Holding fast hlsllttle stockings , Stulfcd as full as full could be , And attentive listening to me . With a face demure and mild . That good Santa Claus , who filled them , Does not love a naughty child . But well be good ; wontwe , moder ? And from off my lap he slid , Digging deep among the goodies , In his crimson stockings hid , While I turned me to my table . Where a tempting goblet stood , Br nimliig high with dainty eggnog , Sent me by a neighbor good . But the kitten , there before me With her white paw , nothing loath Sat , by way of entertainment Lapping off the shining froth And , iu not in the gentlest humor At the loss of such a treat , 1 confess , I ra . lier rudely Thrust him out into tne street . Then how Benny s blue eyes kindled , ( latheriug up tne precious store He had busily been pouring Li his tiny pinafore . With a generous look that shamed me Sprung he from tlie carpet bright , Showing by hi...
LUCY'S CHRISTMAS PRESENTS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879
LUCYS CHRISTMAS PRESENTS Lucy Temple was just seven years old , and had written her first letter ; and who do you suppose it was to 1 No less a person than Santa Claus . Her big brother Tom , who was now attending college at C , had told her that he thought If she would learn to write , and should send him a letter addressed to Santa Claus , in his care , stating what she would like to have for Christmas , perhaps she might get her wish ; at any rate , he would try to deliver her letter . Such progress as Lucy made after this encouragement ! It was really wonderful . &gt; Her letter ran as follows : DBAR SANTA CLAHS ; YOU see by this letter that I can write now , just as brother Tom told me to ; so please dont forget to let me have a doll carriage when you come at Christmas . I am well , and I hope you are well , and that s all , from your affectionate little friend , LUCY TK-IPI . E . 1 &gt; . S . —It would he awful nice if I had a new doll to go In the carriage . M...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879
¦ Lo ^ -A-E-Z ^ EIbS- HBVIBW . TTWILL PAY TO READ THIS . We have entered into arrangements with the Sunshine Publishing Company of Philadelphia , whereby we are enabled to make you the following unrivaled offer—an offer which will , we feel assured , secure for us not only your name , but the names of very many of your friends and nei g hbors as subscribers to our paper . OVER A MILLION OF DOLLARS have already been expended in this great offer by the Sunshine Publishing Company . Our object in offering these books , is to place your name on our mail-list as a subscriber to our FARMERS REVIEW , at the same time giving you most valuable standard works at a cost far below what you can get them for through any other source . ENCYCLOPEDIAS , SHAKSPERES . DICTIONARIES , AND OTHER PREMIUMS , OFFERED TO SUBSCRIBERS OF THE FARMERSREVIEW . CHAMBERS S ENCYCLOPEDIA . SHAKSPERE . Worth $ 64 . 25 . Sent on receipt of only $ 28 . 50 . Worth $ 26 . 25 . Sent on receipt of on . y $ . 1 . 50 . SHAKSP...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879
Can you comprehend In Its terrible significance that this disease Is more fatal to m-nklnd than all the fevers and other ailments we know of ? or the millions of people that lalior under It -lany often are unconscious of Its ravages until the discharge from the nose and throat brings It painfully home to thein , ln the ineffective efforts to cough and expectorate the offensive matter . Yan anything he more disgusting to the onlooker than this spectacle I Yet none are so frequent . You will And It ln every street car , In every public conveyance . This ls only the beginning of the disease . It requires Instant scientific treatment . From the delicate organization of the parts affected , there Is no time to lose ; nothing but the most decided measures will arrest the silent progress of this cruel malady . There must be no neglect . The lining of the Nose lies close to the Ethmoid bones which form it . These are as fragile and as thin as an eggshell In their delicate construction , and...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879
CHAS . KAT 1 STNER &amp; CO ., mMp * pMaa r Manufacturers of Ju jprr The Kae 8 tner Portable ¦ ml French Burr Stone ||| L FEED AND GRIST M ^ SJLm . For Farm use and Stock 63 South Canal St ., CHICAGO . ( Send for Circular . ) Po -n-wi AND CORN-SHELLERS . J ? Oil 111 Over 25 . 0 . 0 Now in Use . y ~ . , Every machine is guaranteed to I 1 T &gt; 1 CJ Tgive satisfaction or noiiay . Price of VJTX ID UMill , SIS !; 8 hellers , 55 . Every farmer M should have them . Send for Illus11 ^ . tratedCircularrandtermstoagents . Ill © Address , LIVINGSTON &amp; CO ., Pittsburgh , Pa . New Books for tie Season . THE SOVEREIGN . BY H . R . PALMER . The finest book for Singing Classes , Conventions , etc ., ever made by this popular author . 192 large pages . Price , $ 7 . 50 per dozen by express ; 75 cents each , if sent by mail . The ORGAN FOLIO By H . P . DANKS . A beautiful collection of Instrumental Music for the Organ ; also , a number of choice Sacred and Secular vocal ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879
HOLSTEIN BULL , DUKE OF HANOVER ; got by 4 th Duke of Belmont out of a Snow-Flake Cow ; owned by Dr . W . A . PRATT Elgin , 111 . 3 years old ; weight , 2050 lbs . NOTICE . —It is a well known fact that all classes of - roods have advanced from IO to 50 per cent , since the opening of the Fall season . Montgomery Ward &amp; Co ., 227 and 229 Wabash Avenue , Chicago , 111 ., are still selling goods at prices made in July , before the advance became general . Their stock is large enough to supply the demands . They will continue to sell goods at the old prices as long as they have or can obtain them . Now is the time to send thorn your orders . They , sell , all classes ^ of goods require ^ for personal iff f a mil y use , at whoMaitJii prfcM ^ itt any quantity to suit the wants . of the purchaser . The only house of of the kind ^ n America . For tli ^ wi co ^ yenience their customers , M ) n-feo - mery Ward &amp; Co . send : but ia Descriptive Illustrated Price List o...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879
tad Ml ! tappf y THE CHICAGO WEEKLY NEWS , now in its seventeenth year of publication , la a general family newspaper , unsurpassed in all the requirepiems of American journalism . First and foremost , it is a newspaper in the completest sense of the name . Its telegraphic service is unsurpassed by any other publication , in the country . Having the advantage of connection with the CHICAGO DAILY NEWS , it publishes all the dispatches of both the W ESTEBN ASSOCIATED PEESS and the NATIONAL ASSOCIATED PRESS , besides a very extensive service of special dispatches from all Important points . It is INDEPENDENT IN P OLITICS . It presents all political news free from partisan bias or coloring , and absolutely without fear or favor as to parties . The events of the coming year in the world of politics are of such peculiar , and even personal , interest to every American citizen , as to render it of paramount importance that fair and unvarnished statements of every political event or questio...
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879
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Page 19 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879
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Page 19 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879
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Page 19 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879
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Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879
PAID TO THE FARMERS OF THE NORTHWEST $ 1 , 700 , 000 £ &gt;— » - . c 4 b _ 18 THE ONLY COMPANY FOR FARMERS INSURE WHY ? ? -a 43 H Hr •• liilf il ** 1 st . The 2 d . The 3 d . The $ 1 , 600 , 000 in the 4 th . The ai Fire . CONTINENTAL , is one of the OLDEST , STRONGEST and BEST MANAGED companies in the United States CONTINENTAL , ADJUSTS its losses FAIRLY and PAYS them promptly , without any wrangling about it CONTINENTAL has adjusted and paid in losses to the FARMERS in the NORTHWEST ALONE over last ten years CQNTINENTAL insures against damage to buildings and loss on LIVE STOCK by LIGHTNING as well ~~* ¦ The CONTINENTAL gives you the choice of paying Cash or selecting either of our Credit plans 5 th 6 th 7 th . The CONTINENTAL The thus enables you to save yourself from disaster on the easiest possible terms . will cancel your policy at any time by your paying the usual short rates for the time CONTINENTAL the policy has run 8 th . The CONTINENTAL does business under the la...