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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 July 1880

FURST & BRADLEY D Y MP S UL KI MKES DUW THESE RAKES HAVE 20 DOUBLE COIL SPRING-STEEL TEETH Tempered in OH . The double coil and spring temper make them very elastic aud at the same time very strong . The BREAKINO Of a TOOTH IS a VKltY KAltE OCClUrtmCC with our rake . Ordinary raking on smooth meadow can be tolerably well done by almost any rake ; but in a < J dition to doing such ruking as this , our rakes excel anything in the market Tor bunching up , raking cornstalks , rufeing on rough ground and other heavy work . Thc lever on our HAND-DUMP RAKE can be attached to pall or to push when dumping Our SELF-DUMP RAKE is dumped by friction-bunds around the cast hubs of each wheel Thc mechanism is such that each wheel is OBLIO , BD to do its share of the work , consequently there is NO SIDE DRAFT WHATEVER . Whenever desired , lt can be used as a UAND-DUMI * rake . Our Rakes arc SIMPLE , DURABLE and EASILY OPERATED . Send for our 04 page pamphlet and circular , ful...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 July 1880

MAKE a note of the success of the different varieties of the cereals as they are harvested . Compare notes with other farmers . It is the best yielding and best marketing varieties that are wanted . A SUBSCRIBER asks what he shall do to protect his working team from flies and mosquitoes . They are already becoming troublesome and will aggravatingly increase as the season advances . We would try sponging the horses with quassia bark tea—pretty strong . It can do the animals no injury , and from what we hear of its effect with persons troubled with the pests , apprehend that it will answer remarkably . THE plentiful use of lemons at this season of the year is wholesome and healthful . Lemon juice is the best anti-scorbutic remedy known , and is valuable in fevers , inflammation , liver complaint , children s complaints , etc . By rubbing the gums with lemon juice they are kept healthy , the nails and hands are also kept clean , soft and supple by the use of lemon . Neuralgia is said t...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 July 1880

„ ADVERTISERS I Please read the following Certificate and satisfy yourselves that the FARMERS REVIEW has thus far fulfilled its contract with you . OHIO AGO POST OFFICE , BUSINESS OFFICE . Chicago , 1 VU , MarehSl . 1880 . To THE FARMERS BKTZBW Got , CHICAGO , IIL This Is to certify that the FARMERS BKVIBW paid on 2 nd class matter postage as follows : 80 , 168 lbs , - - - # 603 . 26 , for the quarter ending to-day . Respectfully yours , FRANK W . PALMER , P . M . By W . H . BOLTON , Bee s ; . Clerk . N . B . —One thousand copies of the FARMERS REVIEW weigh one hundred pounds .

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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THE AGRICULTURAL INTERESTS OF THE UNITED STATES . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 July 1880

THE AGRICULTURAL INTERESTS OF THE UNITED STATES . Z , i-. rl ,. In 1870 , the total number of persons engaged in agriculture was 5 , 922 , 471 , or , in round numbers , six millions of persons . The number given as engaged in all kinds of occupations was 12 , 505 , 923 , consequently the number engaged in agriculture was not far from being equal to those engaged in all other occupations combined . The total population at that time was 38 , 925 , 598 , or slightly over three times the number given as engaged in all kinds of occupations . On this basis , a division of the whole population would give nearly eighteen millions of persons as dependent for support on agricultural pursuits . In truth , however , the number was probably much larger . A much larger proportion of those engaged in professional or personal services , in transportation , in manufactures , mining and commerce , would be found having no families depending upon them than among those engaged in agriculture . Of the a...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
VACATION-NO VACATION [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 July 1880

VACATION-NO VACATION The Rev . T . J . Barhoe , pastor of the University Place Baptist Church , has sailed for Europe , to spend his vacation . Rev . B . F . Fleetwood , rector ot St . Mark s Church , will sail from K Y ., July 3 rd , for an absence of two months in England . Rev . Dr . F . A . Noble , pastor of thc Union Park Congregational Church will spend his vacation in Maine . Prof . J . T . Hyde , of the Chicago Theological Seminary , has gone to Connecticut for his vacation . More clergymen have sailed for Europe thus far this season than up to a corresponding time in any previous year . —Chicago Bailies June 27 th . The President , and every cabinet officer but one , we believe , has gone on a Summer vacation , or has got one planned . During this month and next , an army of lawyers recruited from the large cities of the country will be found distributed at the fashionable watering places , fishing in the Superior regions , hunting in the Adirondacks , or ascending Mont Bla...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 July 1880

ADVERTISING RATES . Per line , Agate type - - 80 cents DISCOUNTS . On Bills over » 25 .... 10 percent . » 50 15 flOO 20 $ 200 25 Largest circulation of any weekly agricultural paper In the Western or Middle States .

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 July 1880

IREAD £ READ tlie brief Items that make up the Sheaf ^ READ the poem , •• The Stranger on the Sill . — READ the Illinois Canada thistle law . 0 READ a novel method of killing gophers . * READ how to make a wholesome harvesi S drink . { 5 READ the Benefits of working the soil . ©• READ about sowing rye Willi corn . fm READ the excellent and amusing paper on t » Humbugs in Horticulture . §¦ READ how to hive bees . ? READ about the Hessian fly In the Northwest . * g READ of the effects of cold ou Insects . > , READ the widely extended crop reports . CO READ all the market reports . Jj READ the news items . m READ Prof . Morrow s 20 th paper on A inertJg can farm animals . 2 READ how to cure foot-rot in sheep . * m READ of Kansas as a stock conn try . jS READ the interesting Live Stock notes . * j READ the answers to correspondents iu Vetg erinary department . ^ J READ how build a dairy barn . B READ the brief editorials . * READ of the IT rest City of Chicago . g READ of the...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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TEA CULTURE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 July 1880

TEA CULTURE Commissioner Le Due is not at all discouraged in his efforts to show that tea can be grown in this country as well as in China and Japan . Having been allowed a further appropriation for experiments , he is now inspecting the neighbor , hood of Columbia , 8 . C , with a view to the selection of a suitable spot for a tea garden on quite an extensive scale . One difficulty in the way of a demand for native tea was lately pointed out by the Chinese minister in reply to a question asked by a delegation of tea dealers , who had come to him with a view to discussing the question of preventing the importation of adulterated teas . When asked if this could be done , the Celestial replied tbat his peo pie sent us the kind of tea we required ; that it was not such as they drink themselves , but if the American public ( Pre ferred it , he did not know how to prevent their getting it . It is presumed he smiled the childlike smile as the tea merchants bowed themselves out of his augu...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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THE POPULATION OF CHICAGO [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 July 1880

THE POPULATION OF CHICAGO The Chicago Directory Company has just finished its labors , and it is interesting to make some comparison between the estimates as to population , of the manager of the directory , a gentleman with thirty years experience in this kind of work , and the figures of the census supervisor . The Directory includes no hotel waiters , no young women living at home , no domestic servants , and , of course , omits a large number of single laboring men and mechanics who are constantly moving from one cheap boarding-house to another , and whose surnames are , in many cases , scarcely known to their landladies . The Chicago Directory for 1880 contains no less than 170 , 388 names , and the estimate of total population is obtained by multiplying this number by three and one half . There can be but little doubt that a large number of persons must necessarily have been Omitted , in very large cities , in taking the census . The mere fact , that the work of taking the nam...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 July 1880

THE FARMERS REVIEW PUBLISHED WEEKLY BV THB dPatmew Krb . eto © ompattfi . OFFICE , ROOMS 38 & 39 , LAKESIDE BUILDING . CHICAGO , ILL . Annul Sabsoriptlon , • $ 1 . 00 . B . F . STBVnrg , Esq ., 4 Trafalgar Square , during Cross . London , it tbe authorized agent to receive subscriptions to the FARMERS REVIEW , la Great Britain and Ireland . Annual aubscrlptlon . postpaid , 8 » . ( fZ . OO ) .

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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FICTION-EFFECTS OF BAD BOOKS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 July 1880

FICTION-EFFECTS OF BAD BOOKS The recent execution , at Canton , Ohio , of two boys , both under 18 , tor the crime of murder , furnishes another unhappy ex . ample of the effects of bad sensational books . In both cases the lawless life they had entered upon was the results of indulgence in these stupid and vicious books , where every law-breaker is represented as a hero , and every lawless act or rebellion against authority of any kind is lauded as an instance of true manly independence , and the miserable ramblings of every pilfering tramp are magnified into a life of spirited and romantic adventure . In the case of both these boys , scarcely more than children , this style of reading had developed a morbid and vicious imagination which they sought to gratify by leaving their homes and wandering they scarcely knew whither or wherefore . Coming from different places both boys hap pened to meet , and concluded to roam together , and within a few short days this vagrancy culminated i...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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INSURANCE ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 July 1880

INSURANCE ITEMS The series of articles on Mutual Insurance Considered has taken up so much space in the last three issues ot the FABMBBS RKVIBW , as to exclude all other insurance matters . The following reports of fires , therefore , date back to the first of June , and as it would take altogether too much space to chronicle in this number all the losses coming to our notice since that time , we shall be content with publishing only the . most striking cases of LOSSES ON DWELLINGS AND FABM PBOPEBTV . N . Briner , near Syracuse , Neb ., dwelling and contents , barn , granary , and corn crib , fence and graiu . Barn and granary were well filled at the time of the fire . Mr . Briner had no insurance . The fire occurred in the Spring , but report not received by us until the beginning of June . Ma . J . F . WHITE , near Syracuse , Neb ., lost house and contents and all his farm buildings . No insurance . ELIZABETH GASKIN , near Waterloo , Iowa , dwelling and contents . Mrs . Oaskin had...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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LITERARY . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 July 1880

LITERARY . A LITERARY CURIOSITY . The following shows nineteen transpositions of the well-known lino in Gray s Elegy . without changing the idea ; with seven additional changes with weary qualifying way Instead of plowTUE WEARY PLOWMAN . The weary plowman plods his homeward way . The plowman , weary , plods his homeward way , His homeward way the weary plowman plods , His homeward way the plowman weary plods , The weary plowman homeward plods his way , The plowman , weary , homeward plods his way , Ills way , tlio weary plowman homeward plods , His way , the plowman , weary , homeward plods , His way the plowman homeward weary plods , Weary , the plowman homeward plods his way , Weary , the plowman plods his homeward way , Homeward , his way tho weary plowman plods , Homeward , ills way the plowman weary plods , The plowman , homeward , weary plods his way , Homeward the plowman plods his weary way , Homeward the weary plowman plods bis way , The plowman , weary , his way homeward p...

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MAIDEN AND WEATHERCOCK [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 July 1880

MAIDEN AND WEATHERCOCK KN . 0 Wualhcrcoek , on tlie village spire . Willi your irolden feathers all on lire , Tell me , what can vou see from your perch Above there , over tbe tower of the church ? WKATilKRCOCK . 1 can see tbe roofs , and tho streets below , And the people iiiovItiK to and fro ; And beyond , without either roof or street , Tbe great salt sea and the fisherman s Heel . I pan see a ship come sailing iu lleyoml the headlands and harbor of Lynn , And a youn *? man standing on Hie deck , Willi a silken kerchief round Ills neck . Now ho is pressing it to his lips , And now he is kissing his finger-tips ; And now he is lifting and waving his hand . And blowing tbe kisses toward the land . MAIDIM . Ah , thai Is tho ship from over the sea That is bringing iny lover back to me ! llringing my lover so fond and true , Who does not change with the wind , like you . WKATIIKKOOCK . If 1 change with all the winds that blow , It is only because they made me so ; And people would thi...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 July 1880

INSURE YOUR PROPERTY AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE AND LIGHTNING . Continental ^ ( FIRE ) •* HNf 3 aOTCE CQMMY ^ OIF IsriEW YORK . PRINCIPAL OFFICE , IOO AND 102 BROADWAY , NEW YORK . Office Brooklyn Department , cor . Court and Montague Streets , Brooklyn . GEO T . HOPE , President . H . H . LAMPORT , Vice-President . CYRUS PECK , Sec . B . C . TOWNSEND , Sec . Agency Dept . A . M . KIRBY , Sec . Local Dept . C . H . DUTCHER , Sec . Brooklyn Dept . J OHN K . OAKLEY , General Agent . F . C . MOORE , Agency Manager . . Western i OFFICE , o . ^ aJV « SS « ft * . CHICAGO , ILL Department : \ A . WILLIAMS , superintendent . Make , a upecialty of the Insurance , against F 1 BB and LIGHTNING , ol Varus property , including Livestock , Dwellings , Country Churches and District School Houses . STATEMENT , JANUARY * I , 1880 . CASH CAPITAL , - - $ 1 , 000 , 000 . 00 SURPLUS OF ASSETS , - - 3 , 478 , 188 . 76 , Gross Assets , - - 183 , 478 , 188 . 76 Cash on hand and in bank , - - - $ 240 , 686 , 68 L...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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THE HOME [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 July 1880

THE HOME AN EVERY-DAY SECRET . A little turn of the head And a quiet glance of the eye , A soft , low word , under the breath . Murmured like a sigh ; A glow on the velvet cheek , A gleam ln tlie hair of gold , And a clasp of the hand , tender and warm , And thus a secret ls told ! Whose was the head thatturned . And whose the glance of the eye ? And whose the word , so low and soft . Murmured like a sigh ? And the rosy glow of the cheek . And the gleam on the hair of gold / And the clasp of the hand , so true and warm Tis a secret not new , but old ! We guess It hut once , It may be , But lt surely comes to each heart ; This mystic spell we treasure with care Until with life we part . Tjs repeated o er and o er ; Its sweetness will never die ; And we know It will gleam Immortal again , When low In the ground we lie ! HOME DECORATIONS . If your rooms look somewhat dull and commonplace , you can brighten them with an ease and effect that will surprise you , using only the common Japa...

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IN THE FLOWER GARDEN-NO . 15 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 July 1880

IN THE FLOWER GARDEN-NO . 15 Any one who has ever seen the trailing arbutus growing in its native haunts , and inhaled its delicious fragrance , must have wished that some flower in the garden or conservatory could be like it in that respect . There is one whose fragrance closely resembles it—the pittosporum . It hag a thick , shining , leathery leat , of a dark green , and is an evergreen shrub . In March small flowers are produced in clusters on the end of the branches . They are not at all showy , being of a yellowish white , but their fragrance is exquisite . It pervades a room like musk , but has none of the disagreeable characteristic of that perfume . The plant is a slow grower , but it stands heat and dust well , and therefore is a valuable window plant . Even if it did not bloom , it would be well worth growing , on account of its rich , shining foliage . I am reminded by the display of iris in the borders , that I have not written anything about that favorite plant of mine...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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