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Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 10 June 1880

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Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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THE SHEAF [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 17 June 1880

THE SHEAF IN the Landes of the South of France where pines are reared for turpentine trees , covering a space of 150 , 000 acres , have been destroyed hy the late severe Winter , and representing a cash value of thirty-three million francs— $ 165 , 000 , 000 . A . CAYUGA , county ( N . Y . ) , correspondent , writes us that the early varieties of wheat are in hand and the later varieties are doing well . They have a large acreage of barley and oats which promise well . Corn looking well . Fanners feared the beetle and put in a large crop of potatoes . Apples promise well . Cherries plenty , as usual . Pears will be scarce . Small iruits plentiful . No drouth , and the hay crop will be an average one . Grasshoppers doing some damage to clo- * ver . SEVERAL French agricultural societies have furnished the farmers with a legally drawn up form by which they can , in making them sign , bind sellers of fertilizers to the consequences of selling Bpurious manures . When the latter arrive . ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 17 June 1880

NICHOLS , SHEPARD & CO . BattleW , M __^ fauMlshsd , ORIOIHAL . AND ONLY CENUINE ^ 2 & Kfi | MffiBSjEJ §§ alfe | Threshing Machinery and Portable H ____ y |__| E __ B __| , THB STANDARD of oiee-eue * Oawahma I * . :. ___ BB _ S _^__ SHV __ B- _ B _ a ____ Efln Oratn-Saising World . m t \ I . Wa \ mfYMima \ W ftffm W l . MATCHLESS f «< 3 r « iii ^ Tii ^ Ttoe ^ avin ., Per- _________________ J ____________ l _ iM ___^__ r feet Cleaning , Rapid emd . t \* nag \ wore . aM MMMM a m fUmmm \ ammmmmSM . INCOMPARABLlin ^ 9 i <^ ofM » t «^ P ^/«^ i ; mWuSmmmmmiyJfa ^ mmsm ^ mmmtjr ^ „« _> arte _ Thorough Worrrnanehtp , elegant finish , and ¦ f ^\ MV ^ W : - ^ 3 smm \^ svK ^ mtAm * W Beauty ot Model . Z-3 tt- _ Ea __ E __ 9 |«| V _ PB ^ - __ MARVELOUS tor easily superior work in nil Mndf S _ 5333 »« Sa » S ____ M ______«» aeesss «« of Gram , ana im >» rs _ ny known as the only MicceaH-l ¦** - - ¦ - —— ^ mmmm ^ m > r...

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AGRICULTURAL . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 17 June 1880

AGRICULTURAL . LESSONS OF THE HILL SIDE . A pleasant writer in the London Agricultural Gazette discourses as below upon the importance of a knowledge of the soils witn which the farmer has to deal . Though comparatively few of the readers of the FABMBBS REVIEW till the hillside or stony farms , yet the lessons here taught are such that all may profit by them : What , sermons in stones , etc . ? No , not quite that sort of thing to-day ; although there is much to be learnt even that way on slopes and heights which teem with the memories of Llewelyn and other Celtic heroes ; whence , too , the views stretch out blue and varied far as the inmost lakes and crag recesses of picturesque North Wales . Our lessons are rather of the practical and human . First , as we start upon our stroll , we are attracted to converse with one ofthe largest of our local farmers—a man of repute in his vocation too , who has the nobleness to tell us how he has sprung to his present good position by dint of h...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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HORTICULTURAL . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 17 June 1880

HORTICULTURAL . PRUNING . We are indebted to Mr . Wm . Saunders , ofthe agricultural department , for the following copy of a paper read by him before the District of Columbia Horticultural Society on the important subject ot PBTJSlka : The laws of nature are constant and unvaried in their operation . Our knowledge of these laws is derived from accurate observations of causes and effects . What we call science is merely the systematized explanation of these observations . When therefore we allude to the science of pruning , it simply means the classified knowledge , or concentrated evidence of effects produced by cutting the branches , or other portions of plants , which has been derived from the accumulated experience gained by observation during the centuries which have elapsed since pruning has been performed ; and when we consider the countless repetition of similar processes ending in similar results , it is reasonable to suppose that a sufficient number of effects have been ob...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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THE POULTRY YARD . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 17 June 1880

THE POULTRY YARD . SINCE M . Pasteur s plan of inoculation for h en cholera has been practiced by F r ench p oulterers , few p oult r y yards are now ravaged b y that disease . G APES . —A correspondent of an English exchan g e says : On the firs t a pp ea r ance of the disease , make a quar t of oa t meal p orridge , s t ir i nt o it a tallow candle , and give warm to t he chicks ; re p ea t in about t wo hours . Some t imes I used two o r th ree t ablespoonfuls of dri pp ing , when I had no tallow candle in t he house , and with e q ual success . The extreme simplicity of this remed y renders it at least worth a trial . I have never lost a chick from gapes after administering this remedy . A CHEAP POULTRY HOUSE Mr . C . J . Loggins , of Vermont , writes to the Pou l try Ya rd , the following descript ion of a chea p poul t ry house : The frame is all made of 2 x 4 scantling , boarded up and down with good spruce or hemlock lumber , and the cracks battened . The walls of the t wo w...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 17 June 1880

UNION RAILWAY HORSE POWER THRE 8 HERS AND SEPARATORS . JA These Powers are AWmm GUARANTEED . ____________ B 4 _ n __ to produce more mmWma m Wr W & . power , with _____ fi __ L _ l __ B ___ F Less Elevation m mmM mmMa ^ MMMBM than any other Rallm ^ s ^ MmwammmMMMM way Power . Send * ____________ for descriptive catJHHB ^ HI alogue . Bmmmm \ mm \\ mwBBm ^ W 1 - B 0 YBB * BB 0 > J _ HHfli __^__ U __§_ H- ^ 2101 . Mmintow . AT ., mMmmMMBBBBBMWmmPHILADELPHIA , FA , Also maul s of Premium Farm Grist Mill . ___ . _> __ f e __ ¦ _ ¦ ¦ ______ ___¦ Relieved and D11 Dili DL--. : - i 1 : ; 11 ,: nur IUnC f o ™* r » or WM ¦ ¦ W ¦ A MM trusses Inflict , by Dr . J . A . SHERMANS method . Or . Sherman will be In Milwaukee during April , and in Detroit during May ; Ills book , with likeness before and after cure , mailed for 10 cents . Principal office , 251 Broadway , New York BALLARD , BRANCH A CO ., 112 BHOAD ST . ( COB . WATKB ) , NEW YOBK , Produce Commission ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 17 June 1880

MINNESOTA ~ 7 g ~ CHIEF BEST THRESHER ON WHEELS Is not a Vibrator nor an Apron Machine . Is wonderfully simple and admirably perfect in its threshing and separating- qualities . Saves all the irraln , and cleans it ready for market . Buns easily , is constructed durably , is finished beautifully , is the most economical , least expensive , and most satisfactory machine in the market . Will handle wet grain as weU as dry . Has no equal in threshing flax and timothy , threshing and cleaning- both as well and nearly as rapidly as wheat , and requires no change except the __ ves . Has mare square feet cf separating and cleaning sur . face than any other machine made , and can not be overloaded . Is both over- and under-blast Our CLOVER HUIiLING ATTACHMENT is new and very deBirable . Does the work more rapidly and better than an exclusively HullingMachine . SEPARATORS of the various Ales filled for Steam or Borne Power , as desired . An Improved Pitts Power , an Improved Woodbury Power ,...

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CROP REPORTS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 17 June 1880

CROP REPORTS . THE FARMERS REVIEW OF THE SEASON . THE HARVEST OP EARLY WINTER WHEAT-PROGRESS OF THE GROWING CKOPS AS SEEN BY THE CORRESPONDENTS OF THE FARMERS REVIEW . WINTER WHEAT-Early May Wheat Being Cut-1 leld Fair-Late Wintor Wheat Nearly Ready for the Reaper . SPRING WHEAT-Some Complaint of Chinch Hug , but Not General . OATS AND FLAX-Are Making Good Growth . CORN—Is Now All Planted-Far Better Stand Than Liwt Season , and Growing Rapidly . FRUIT-Will be Plenty . WEATHER-Fine and Seasonable . REPORTS-From Kentucky , Missouri , Indiana . Dakota , Michigan , Wisconsin , Nebraska . Ohio , Minnesota , Iowa , Illinois aud Kansas . There iB a decided improvement for the better in the entire crop prospects of the North , west . Where rain was mostly needed it lias fallen copiously . Where rain had fallen copiously there it has ceased , and to-day , Juue 14 , no area from which we draw our crop information but shows a decided improvement . The late corn is now all planted ,-and the ear...

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MONET AND COMMERCE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 17 June 1880

MONET AND COMMERCE UBROHAir _> -8 _ S MARKET . TTJHBDAY EVENING . June 15 , 1880 The merchandise markets are less active , and most of the large jobbing houses present a duller appearance than at any former time since last Winter . Dry goods sell slow on orders , and a further decline is noted on brown and bleached sheetings and shirtings , but most other goods are witboutspecial alteration from last week , although woolen goods are weak with a declining tendency . Hardware , iron , nails , metals and tinners goods are in light request and weak at irregular prices . Drugs and chemicals are slow , but prices for opium , morphine and quinine are firm . Carbon oils firm . Leather quiet and dull . Wool remains dull , and at present it is almost impossible to give a true idea of the market as so far the sales are not sufficient to establish prices . The Eastern markets are also weak and demoralized by the large and constantly increasing stocks , and absence of demand . The lum...

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NEWS ITEMS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 17 June 1880

NEWS ITEMS . THE recent rainfall in Northern Wisconsin is unprecedented . The streamB are higher than ever known before , cities and villages are inundated , several lives and millions of property have been lost . The lumbermen have suffered terribly . The Mississippi is very high ; thousands of tons of ice stored on low lands have been swept away . AT about midnieht on Friday night , two large steamers collided on Long Island Sound . A dense fog prevailed . One of them , the Narragansett , began sinking at once ; she also took fire and burned to the water s edge . The scene was one of horror . About 300 passengers were on board . It is Believed that at least fifty of them perished . The Stonington , theBteamer with which the collision occurred , picked up many of the drowning passengers , while the City of New York , which happened to be near , gathered in many more . Escaped passengers denounce the laxity of discipline onboard the unfortunate steamers , and blame the officers for ...

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WINTER PACKING EXHIBITS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 17 June 1880

WINTER PACKING EXHIBITS NUMBER OF HOGS PACKED . The record of number of hogs packed in the West during the Winter season of 1879-80 shows a total of 6 , 950 , 451 , against 7 , 480 648 in 1878-9 , the decrease in head being 530 , 197 , and at same weight as 1878-9 , the decrease is equal to 664 , 453 hogs , ornine per cent . At the sir large cities there was a decrease of 726 , 508 hogs , and at all other or interior places an increase of 196 , 311 , compared with the preceding year . The aggregate number packed for twelve months ending March 1 , 1880 , is 11 , 001 , 699 , which exceeds the previous year 143 , 007 . THE AVERAGE WEIGHT . The average weight of hogs packed during the Winter was 212 . 94 pounds net , a decrease of 4 . 20 pounds , or 5 £ pounds gross . AH States show a decrease excepting Indiana , the average of which is slightly greater than last year , owing to an increased average at Indianapolis , where 60 per cent , of the number were packed , the other packing in t...

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THE OXFORD DOWN SHEEP . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 17 June 1880

THE OXFORD DOWN SHEEP . An American correspondent addressed the following inquiries to the editor of the London Agricultural Gazette , requesting that the answers be made to refer to store sheep exclusively , and to rams and ewes for every day purpose : 1 . What are the respective weights of a good average lot of lambs at 3 , 6 , 9 , and 12 months old ? 2 . What is the average weight of ewes , rams , and wethers at 18 and 24 months old ? 3 . What is the average weight of breeding ewes and rams after shearing ? 4 . What is the usual age of wethers , and their average weights when sold to the butcher , and what percentage of loss from the live weight is the dressed headless carcass ? 5 . At what age do ewes produce their first offspring , and do they often drop twins or triplets ? 6 . Is there as great a proportion of tender , lean , juicy mutton in the carcass of the Oxford as in that of the Southdown ? 7 . What is the average weight of fleece of twelve months growth , cut from full ...

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ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL SHEEP MAN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 17 June 1880

ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL SHEEP MAN About five years ago , Mr . C . C . Crossen , of this city , after having failed in the mercantile business , resolved to go West and establish himself in the sheep business . He had but a small sum of money to start with , and was well advanced in years ; but very few men possessed of more will and energy than he , and having a large family to support he determined to make the best of future opportunities . He located a ranch in the Musquiz Canon , twelve miles from Fort Davis , and stocked it with a small flock of sheep . After awhile , finding that business required his constant attention , he removed his family to Fort Davis . As time sped on he met with several reverses , but none that tended in the least to weaken his efforts or impair his energy . It was reported that nearly half his flock was lost in this way ; still he did not despair , but battling against all reverses , soon recovered from the effects of Indian raids . His stock to-day numbers...

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EXERCISE FOR BREEDING-SOWS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 17 June 1880

EXERCISE FOR BREEDING-SOWS A correspondent of the London Live Stock Journal says : As a proof of the importance of exercise for breeding-sows from weaning to farrowing , a well-bred black sow produced to a pure bred Berkshire boar seventeen pigs . From the number reared the breeder selected flrst for himself . This one , rather highly kept with a fair amount of exercise , has never produced large litters . The second selection , kept fatter and more closely confined , never bred . Of the third selection , a yelt , allowed ample exercise , has produced her second litter this time of twelve pigs . She grazed through the late severe Winter on her owner s barely-eaten grass paddock , receiving two meals a day of fairly nutritious house-wash . Her pigs are healthy , level , and thrifty . Whilst exercise is necessary in all animals for the healthy development of the young , in no case is it more so than in that of the breeding-sow . _ - To MAKE A HORSE STAND TO BE MOUNTED . —The proper mo...

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LIVE STOCK NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 17 June 1880

LIVE STOCK NOTES . J . T . BOTHWELL . ( postoffice not given ) writes the Rural World that he has an animal , a cross between an improved Kentucky ewe and Angora goat He looks more like a goat than a Bheep . AT the beginning of 1880 the Underley Shorthorn herd , the property of Lord Bective , numbered no less than 116 head—100 cows , heifers and calves , and 16 bulls—comprising representatives of the leading families of Bates cattle . Since then there have been 11 additions , of which 8 are heifer-calves , and 2 bull-calves . The herd has consequently assumed such large proportions that Lord Bective has announced the sale of a selection , comprising 65 cows and heifers , and all the bulls except Duke of Underley and Grand Duke 31 st , to be held in September next . WAITER CHERMSIDE , of Huerfano county has a thoroughbred Hereford bull , three years old , whose weight is 1 , 900 pounds . He was bred by John Merriam , of Coxville , Maryland . Mr . Chermslie has also recently shipped f...

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LIVE STOCK . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 17 June 1880

LIVE STOCK . BREEDERS DIRECTORY . It Is oar desire to present . In the following style , a column or more of card * of reliable breeders of cattle , bones , sheep , ¦ wine and poultry . Onr rates will be for THREE LINE CARD three months ( 13 Insertions ) $ 9 ; six months , $ 16 ; one year , ISO . Each additional line t » . 50 per quarter . These rates Include a free copy of the FARMERSREVIEW during tbe continuance of the advertisement . We respectfully solicit the patronage of breeders everywhere , confident that lt will pay them to thus secure the attention of our readers .

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QUERIES AND ANSWERS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 17 June 1880

QUERIES AND ANSWERS . QUERY : WOLFS TEETH IN HORSES . — J . Ot . S ., Hamilton , N . Y ., writes to th « FARMERS REVIEW as follows : ln the edition of the FARMERS REVIEW of Maj 13 th , I noticed that a subscriber asks what can be done to save his horses eyes . I think the cause is wolfs teeth . Tliej come in front of the first grinders oi double tooth—a small spike-like tooth —you can feel it by putting your thumb into the mouth . There is a bridle tooth between the front teeth and grinder ; that is not the one . Wolfs teeth affect the eyes ; any one that understands extracting teeth can draw them with a dentist s nipper . The tooth on one side affects the eye on the opposite side . Wash the eyes with crushed sugar and new milk . If you find the teeth situated as described you can make up your mind that is the trouble . More horses become blind from this one cause than any other . ANSWER . —Our correspondent is not the only individual who believes in the wolfteeth theory . The major...

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