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THE HOME . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 3 June 1880

THE HOME . COMING BACK . They say If our beloved dead Should seek the old familiar place , Some stranger would be there instead , And they would fi fid no welcome face . I can not tell how it might he In other homes ; but this I know , Gould my lost darling come to me , That she would never find it so . Oft times the flowers havp come and gone , Oft times the Winter winds have Mown , The while her peaceful rest went on , And I have learned to live alone . Have slowly learned from day to day , In all life s tasks to bear my part ; Hut whether grave or whether gay , I hide her memory in my heart . Fond , faithful love has blest my way , And friends are round me true and tried , They have their places ; hers to-day Is empty as the day she died . How would I spring with hated hreath , And joy too deep for word or sign . To take my darling home from death . And once again to call her mine . I dare not dream the blissful dream . It fills my heart with wild unrest ; Where yonder cold , whi...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FOR YOUNG READERS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 3 June 1880

FOR YOUNG READERS . THE SCARE CROW . The farmer looked at liis cherry tree , With thick buds clustered on every bough ; I wish I could cheat the robins , said he ; If somebody only would show me how ! Ill make a terrible scarecrow grim , With threatening arms and with bristling bead , Aud up ln thc tree Ill fasten him To frighten tjjiin haW to death . he said . He fashioned a scarecrow tattered and torn—- * O , twas a horrible thing to see ! And very early , one Summer morn , He set It up in his cherry tree . The blossoms were white as ( he light sea-roam The beautiful tree was a lovely sight , lint the scare crow stood there so much at home That the birds liew . screaiiiing away in fright . Hut the robins , watching him day after day , Witli heads one side and eyes so bright , Surveying the monster , bega to say , Why should thlsfellow our prospeefs blight ? He never moves round for tlie roughest weather , He s a harmless , comical , tough old fellow ; Let s all go into the tree to...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
MISCELLANEOUS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 3 June 1880

MISCELLANEOUS . TO A FALSE DECEIVER . Oh , fair to look upon wert thou When first by me thy face was seen , And called I thee—I m wiser now—My own , my Oleomargarine ! I trusted thee , and now , with pain , I see how lost my trust has keen ; I ve been deceived—but never again . My own , my Oleomargarine ! For now I know how false thy heart—I ve probed beneath thy precious mien ; Thy wiles exposed , no more thou art My own , my Oleomargarine I Thy face a lie s been proved to be , Thy soulsdeceltfulness to screen ; And evermore I ve done with thee , Thou fair , false Oleomargarine ! Thou wilt , in point of fact , not wash —- Not like [ sicl real butter will , I meanIn short , thou rt simply utter Bosch , Thou nasty Oleomargarine ! —Funny Folks . DEATH TO WHALES . The San Francisco Chronicle has the following description of a new whaling steamer , which is intended for whaling operations along the coast . Capt . Thomas Whitelaw is now constructing a little screw steamer , sixty-five fe...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 3 June 1880

MINNESOTA M^^^ IEF BEST THRESHER ON WHEELS i ^ KssaSBi ^ ffla »^ 3 i threshinff ana sePfratms . 5 aalit i ! fv « i ? 27 . c » irSr the Brain , and cleans it ready for market . Bunai easily , is constructed durably , is finished SutiftKy ; is the most economical ^ least expensive , and most satisfactory machine in tuo mnrltnt . Will handle wet grain as well as dry . Ha oequal in thresbinK flax and timothy , thresfitog and cleaning both as well and nearly as rapidly _ wheat , and requires no change except tho sieves . Sasmre square feet of separating and cleaning sur . fa ^ e than any other Machine maZe , and can not be nlflxli verv U destoible . DMS the work more rapidly and better than an exclusively Hulllnif ^ SEPARATORS of the various sizes fitted for Steam or Sores Power , as desired . Tm __ nv ,,, i l ^ nK Power , aU mounted on four wheels , aro __\__ tJredWvB , and are not surpassed by any we a ^ alHO prepared to furnish first-clasn POTtabfe Enffrwith our Separators . Tor Price...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 3 June 1880

WIS Pitts Agricultural Works , Bntalo , H . T ., V . g . a . THE STANDARD of Thresr tog . Machine excellence throughout the Grain-Grotcing World . SELDOM EQUALLED . Never excelled . NOTORIOUS OS a /< l «< yet thorough thresher , perfect cleaner , and entire saver of all kinds and conditions ol grains and flax and timothy seeds . NOTORIOUS as the only machine that is a success in oil kinds of threshing and a failure in none . NOTORIOUS as the best built , moat durable , and handsomest of the Threshing . Machine Tribe . STEAM THRESHERS a specialty . Their superiority , it can be said with truth , is acknowledged throughout the world . PAIITinil To Agents as well as Thresher . UHU I IUH men . Be sure you get the genuine Buffalo Pitts , made only at , THE . PITTS ApraODLTUBAI , W 0 HK 8 , Buffalo , N . Y . It is said that other manufacturers are using the name Buffalo Pitts on their make of Threshing Maoninea This Unintentional Compliment to the great reputation of...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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Page 15 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 3 June 1880

NICHOLS-SHEPARD & CO . BaffleHlcii . T ^^ ErtiMlthed ORIGINAL AND ONLY CENUINE ^^^^^ ^ P ^ fffiF ^^^ V ; Threshing Machinery and Portable Sgafl ^^^^^ a ^ M ^^^^ t ^ B ^ s THE . STANDARD of excellence throughout th * j ^_ m ft ______^_^ _^ M ^^^ ff ____\\^^ k MATCHLESS for Grain-Saving , Time-Saving , PerHflaflJlBire INCOMPARABLE in Quality of Material , 7 er /« c-fioi » &^ bS 9 MBOV ^ I |^ 99 § H ^ VJnP $ ^ ° Parta - Thorough Workmanship , Elegant Finish , and * * ^& ___\___ u _ i _ W ?^^& : l ¦^• 5 P ^ = SL MARVELOUS for vastly superior work in all kinds ^^ - J ^ ^ s ^^^ V ^_ _____ iki % : l ___ ^ - AA \ = Si of Grain , and universally known as the only successful * - & r - — - ^— ~^^ B __ ^ - _\^ sv-fr- . . Thresher in Flax , Timothy , Clover , and all other Seeds . Astonishingly Durable and wonderfully ^ MSB tew l ^ S ^^*^ and belts . PORTABLE , TRACTION , and STRAW-BURNINC STEAM - ENGINES , with special features of Powe...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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CHAFF . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 3 June 1880

CHAFF . IT WAS THE OAT . When aroused from meditation By some noisy disturbation , Tis one s Datural inclination To exclaim , Oh , what waB that ? At first you re all confusion , Then you think lt a delusion , Then you come to the conclusion That it must have been the cat . When a father overhearing A farewell in terms endearing , . TwixtayouDg man disappearing And his daughter , thinks it pat To demand an explanation Of that sound like osculation , She replies , with hesitation , That it must have been the cat . When , at midnight , sounds appalling Like the noise of some one falling , And a voice in anguish calling . Makes your heart go pit-a-pat , You re sure its some one breaking In your door , and you lie quaking And shivering and shaking , Why , it only was the cat . ABOOD boy may not become a handsome man , but a nice bonnet surely becomes a pretty woman . A MAINE paper remarks of a contemporary , that It has got to be a tri-weekly . It comes out one week , and tries to come ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 3 June 1880

All those that believe In beautifying and adorn ine the house with choice genisof art , should carefully read the word , •¦ . Picture * on our Premium Wat . WOOBLAND HOURS . Neither eve nor heart ever tires of picture * like tnu . The work i » described In our announcement paee , It is not there pralaed too hlKhly . It la exauisitoly wrought on steel . Read offer on last vf _ e . ;

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 3 June 1880

-FURST & BRADLEY DUMP oULKl JlAivljO DUMP THESE RAKES HAVE 20 DOUBLE COIL SPRING-STEEL TEETH Tempered in Oil . The double coil and spring temper make them very clastic and at the same time very strong . The BREAKING ot a TOOTH is a YERY RARE occurrence with our rake . Ordinary raking on smooth meadow can be tolerably well done by almost any rake ; bat iu & i 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 lever on oar HAND-DUMP RAKE can be attached to pull or to push when dumping Our SELF-DUMP RAKE is dumped by friction-bands around the cast bubs of each wheel The mechanism 1 B such that each wheel is OBI . IG . xo 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 . Onr Eakes are SIMPLE , DURABLE and EASILY OPERATED . Send for our 64 page pamphlet and circular , ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 3 June 1880

For Sunday Schools ! For Temperance ! THE BEST NEW BOOKS ! TEMPEBftHKil * EIS . 5 tf « E . A . HOFFMAN , has every qualification to be a standard Temperance Bong Book . Choice hymns and songs , anefmnsto in excellent taste , are found , p throughout . -There are nearly a hun , * rea . 5 , °° |! - . .. • Specimen copies-malted for 88 cts . »» Mperqomo . : ¦ , ( The older and larger book , HULLS TEMPER- .,, > ANCE GLEE BOOK . ( 40 ots . ) retains Its great v j popularity . ) •> . .. - White RotMjB ! ¦ * % __ $ ¦ White Robes 1 White Rob * rn ?» Soty of Whjte Ro !» e 8 White Robes I « SL White Robes „ , White Robesl KS mit « Ro £ e 8 i White Robes ! $ M ?& White Robes ! I TEMPERJUI 6 E-ilGHT . Sr ^ if-SB ^ dBg , i Is a perfect - • eTectrloV light for radiance and beauty . • Has 32 oi the very best songs by 27 of theverybest authors , and sells fOr » 10 per hundred . Hailed for 12 cts ¦ ( New High School Song Book , THE WELCOME CHORUS . Is nearly through...

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- ul J » nri T aVHim , — • A H F &amp;lt; voif ^ JxE AF . ¦ ¦ I tUi- r ; , v ¦ T __ Mid-igan Pomolagical Society will hold What they call their strawberry meeting at Battle Creek this year . It will be the 16 th , 17 th and 18 th of the present month . The general horticulture public is invited . There will be addresses and in-fctrueti-e-disenssions . Oun French correspondent writes the REVIEW under date of May 20 th : The conclusion to draw from the conflicting reports as to agricultural prospects , is one of hopefulness . Farmers trust to make good this season much of the loss they experienced during recent years . Wheat fields present many bald patches . Spring sowings hare been effected under favorable conditions , but vegetation is rather backward owing to cold winds . Fruit on the whole promises well ; some trees are expected to have more fruit than leaves . Frosts are still apprehended for vineyuan .- - - THE little Jerseys are booming . At a late sale at the American Jer...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 10 June 1880

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 10 June 1880

| For Sunday Schools For Temperance ! THE BEST NEW BOOKS ! TEMPERANCE JEWELS ^ Mr-. E . A . HOFFMAN , has every qualification to be a standard Temperance Hong Book . Choice hymns and songs , and music In excellent taste , are _ oun &amp;lt; i throughout . There are nearly a hundred songs . Specimen copies mailed for 35 cts . $ 3 . 60 per dozen . ( The older and larger book , HULLS TEMPERANCE GLEE BOOK . ( 40 cts . ) retains its great popularity . ) White Robes ! ™ J $ S 3 f White Robes ! White Robes ! a , &amp;amp; Xof white Robes ! White Robes ! s % ? &amp;lt; L White Rol &amp;gt; es ! White Robes ! f * M White Robes ! White Robes ! &amp;amp; % $ ?&amp;amp; White Robes ! TEMPERANCE LIGHT . K VffiBRSS Is a perfect -electric light tor radiance and beauty . Has 82 of tlie very best sonRS by 87 of the very best authors , and sells for f 10 per hundred . Mailed for 13 cts . ( New High School Song Hook , THE WELCOME CHOKUS , ls nearly through the press . ) LYON A ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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AGRICULTURAL . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 10 June 1880

AGRICULTURAL . ILLINOIS CANE GROWERS . The Illinois Convention of Cane Growers was held at Springfield , according to call , last week . The attendance was not very large , but included many of the prominent experimenters in the present sugar producers movement . Among those present were : John Lowe , Johnsonville , Wayne county ; George Gregory , Brad , fordton , Sangamon county ; M . P . Ayers , Jacksonville ; Major Malcom McDowell , Chicago ; JohnB . Thorns , Crystal Lake ; Stephen S . McCall , Hoopeston ; J . K . Smith , Pana ; David Lowe , Rosemond , Christian county ; William , Neece , No-I komis ; Jacob Punk , Fairfield , Iowa ; V . S . Masters , Auburn ; D . A . Tribble , Mason City ; Lewis Ellsworth , Naperville ; E . B . Warner , Morrison ; E . Mickel , Pleasant Plains ; Dr . E . F . Newberry , Sharpsburg , Christian county ; D . B . Gillham , Upper Alton ; Chas . Rouch , Virden ; I . A . Hedges , St . Louis ; Col . Coleman , St . Louis ; G . W . C . Belcher , St . Louis ....

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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HORTICULTURAL . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 10 June 1880

HORTICULTURAL . IN THE GARDEN .-NO . 18 . During the season of drouth the garden should not be allowed to suffer . By watering vegetables at night , and keeping the ground about them light and porous , good results may be obtained , and the luxuries of the season need not be lost , when such would surely be the case if some care was not given . The garden should not be allowed to become dry , and the vegetables become stunted , by waiting for a possible rain . When the ground is dryer than it should be in order to insure a good crop , then begin to water the plants . Water them thoroughly , not sprinkle . I have seen persons go over a whole garden with one pailful of water . This kind ot watering , so-called , does no good . It is not an imitation of dew that is wanted , but enough water to wet down the depths of the roots . If this attention is given every day , less water will be required than when only given every other day , for when the ground becomes dry and bakes on the surfa...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE APIARY . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 10 June 1880

THE APIARY . INCREASING COLONIES . The season for swarming has again arrived , and it becomes a practicalquestion with every bee-keeper , whether he shall permit natural swarming , or whether he shall modify , by his action , this action on the part of the bees ; or again , whether he shall permit his bees to swarm at all . Dividing bees is now preferred by many of our best apiarists , as involving less work and anxiety , and as a more profitable method , as it permits a more even division of the bees . Without stopping to argue the relative merits of the two systems of management , it will be the object of this paper to describe a method of increase which is simple and which is sure to give good results . As preliminary , let me say that one ol the wings of each queen should be clipped . This is best in any case , as it saves labor watching and probable loss . As soon as the first colony builds queen cells and gets them capped over , we may commence . This is presumably the best co...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
CROP REPORTS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 10 June 1880

CROP REPORTS . THE FARMERS REVIEW OF THE SEASON . * JB ( E GROWING CHOIS AND KARL * WINTER WHEAT HARVEST . WINTER WHEAT-Harvest lteeun in Southern Illinois—Some Runt Reported . SPRING WHEAT-Continues to Improve in Minnesota and Dakota . OATS AND FLAX-Growing- Finely . CORN—Planting Done-Fruit 1 rouiiges to He Abundant . WEATHER—Cold and Wet iu Southern Illinois . REPORTS -From Dakota , Wisconsin , Missouri , Michigan , Ohio , Indiana , Nebraska , Minnesota , Iowa , Kansas aud Illinois . The second week in June opens with the crops all in , at last , after a long continued season of great diversity of wind and rain . We say wind for the reason that this element has had much to do with the present backward condition and stand of small grain in the north-west Since early Spring our correspondents in Kansas , Nebraska , Iowa and portions of Illinois have continued to send us weekly reports of the great damage to the early sown crops from the heavy drying winds which have prevailed and h...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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