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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 15 July 1880

PRICE LIST FEW SIZES KIVER SEINES . Depth , Depth , 1 ln . IH in . Length . center . ends . Mesh . Mesh . 30 feet 4 feet 3 feet $ 5 50 % 4 75 48 5 SM 9 00 7 50 « 0 6 5 12 75 11 00 72 7 5 16 00 14 00 90 _ . ., 9 , _ 6 _ . 80 50 IS 00 Rigged all omplete , ready to use . Any length or depth made to order at three days notice . HAT , GKAIN and IMPLEMENT COVERS , Of good , heavy old Sall-Oloth : send for Samples . 12 x 18 feet . » 6 45 l _ x 20 _ eet $ 9 60 14 X 14 6 00 20 x 20 12 00 14 x 20 ¦ 8 40 20 x 30 18 00 All sizes proportionate rates . cut to order . ^^ ffln _ CT » --lt- __ l ^_____________________ i » _____[ 3 i ^ ¦__ d : Y » ffl _____ s _______ m _ E _ W — i i __ . ii ii _¦¦___ . III . i-i —n • li ; Mi- ^ as-M--- — IT i , - State Line . New York to Glasgow , Belfast , Liverpool , Queenstown . and the Continent of EUROPE . Sail every Thursday . New steamers 1 Elegant Accommodations 1 Lowest nrices . First Cabin Saloon , too . Bound trip tickets , silo . Second Cabin , ( 40 . Ret...

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

SSE PARLOR PICTURES . SSE I ( MOT CHEAP CHROMOS , BUT WORKS OF REAL MERIT . ) ! ¦ WITZEI THE FARMERS REVIEW . FREE OP CASH COST , to all who send the names of new subscribers for REVIEW ; and also furnished to all at a mere nominal additional cost to the subscription price . Carefully read terms . HOW TO OBTAIN THE BELOW DESCRIBED PICTURES FREE I I Thousands of them have been sold at from , __ oo to % 3 . 00 / er CoAy . To Pr 68 ent Subscribers!—Toanypr . sent subscriber sending us Two SUBSCRIPTIONS and . Two DOLLARS , we will send FREE , POST-PAID , anyone ofthe beautiful premium Engravings below : described , or for THREE SUBSCRIPTIONS and THRBB DOLLARS , we will send A PAIR ( any two ) ofthe En- : gravings . To Renewing Subscribers : —To any person renewing for a year from expiration of present subscription , and sending ONE NEW SUBSCRIPTION besides their own , with Two DOLLARS , we will send any . one picture FREE , or for Two NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS with their own and THREE DOLLARS ,...

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CHAFF [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 15 July 1880

CHAFF THE mule has met his match . It was in Delaware . He kicked over a bee-hive . He died the next day . The little bee is never too busy to decline an invitation to fight . WHEN Voltaire was told that a-g-u-e was pronounced a-gue , and p-1-a-e-u-e plague , he said he wished the ague would take one-half the English language and the plague the other half . A sun in Arithmetic . If you can got one towel out of one yard of cloth , how many towels can you get ont of two yards ? The end man of a minstrel troupe says il depends altogether on how many there are on the clothes line . AT a recent railroad festival the following old but striking sentiment was given : Our mothers—the only faithful tenders who never misplaced a switch . TRYING to do business without advertising is like winking at a girl in the dark . You may know what you are doing , but nobody else does . Too CANDID . — A mother , noticing her little daughter wipe her mouth with her dress-sleeve asked her what her handkerchi...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 15 July 1880

Any one sending us $ 2 for ten three-months trial trip subscriptions will receive one of out beautiful premium engravings FREE . Our LATEST CATALOGUB of Band Instruments , with 160 Engravings of Suits , Caps , Belts , Pompons , Drum Majors Staffs and Hats , Epaulets , Cap-Lamps , Stand , Outfits and Music , contains 85 pages of VALUAIILIE INFORMATION for MUSICIANS . Mailed free . LYON & HEALY , 162 State St .. Chicago 111 . iM ^^ ffi [^_ 35 | S ^! ff P > % &<& t * ** e i ^ ° * * ° i 5 % * nTw »^^ r <; Vs t * ^ A ^^ £ < « i ^ __!_^ 8 e af _? I , r t &^&& «_ A ° ne

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 15 July 1880

SHENANDOAH MINI « G COMPANY . rpT ~ - - - : ¦ ¦ Capital Stock , $ 3 , 000 , 000 . 300 , 000 SHARES . # 10 EACH , PAR VALUJrS ! . FULL PAID AND NON-ASSESSABLE . Mine located on King Solomon Mountain , in San Juan County , Colorado ; Vein is well defined , now bein _; actively worked with three shifts of men , day and night . The Company expect from the developments made on this remarkable vein of ore , to commence the payment of dividends at no distant day . A limited number of shares of this stock is offered to the public . Parties seeking investment can learn full particulars by addressing W . G . PRESS & CO ., BANKERS & BROKERS , 137 Madison Street , Chicago , III . Who will furnish , free of charge , daily quotations of this stock , and full particulars regarding the Company . i The Improved Howe Scales , ___ - fflPjsffe \ yill »\) MIIffj ^ fc ____ u A ^ fullAssortmentofall klndsof Scales ~ ^ - __ n _ - ^ lf ^ M ^ MSM ^ ^ _ ----B ^^^ B- ^ iTP CATALOGUES SE...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 15 July 1880

O . DIT 80 N * CO . arq Sole Agents lor the United States for the extensive catalogue of NOVELLOS MUSICAL PUBLICATIONS . Among them are more than a thousand Anthems and Choruses , Part-Song and Glee Books , Cantatas , Oratorios , Operas , __ . & , Ac . Send for Catalogue ! we call special attention to the valuable series of Primers or Easy Instruction Books ; of which very nopular ones are , THE RUDIMENTS OF MUSIC , ( 50 cens ) , by OPMMINGB . THE AKT OK PIANO-FORTE P 1 AYING . (*! . ) , by PAUKR . THE ORGAN . (*! . ) , by Du . STAINKK , SINGING . (» 2 . ) , by BANDKQGKB . MUSICAL FORMS . ( JI . ) , by PAUEH . HARMONY . (» 1 ) . by DK . STAINER . INSTRUMENTATION . ( $ 1 ) . by PROUT , and THIS VIOLIN . ( SI . ) , by TOURS . Send for Gen . Garfield s Grand March , 40 cts . ) and Hancock s Campaign March , ( . Oct * . ) Fine music and elegant portraits of the Presidential Candidates , TEACHERS WILL NOT FAIL to examne , durlng the summer the books needed for their winter s ...

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PROSPECTUS OVTHB 'FARMERSREVIEW FOR 1880 . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 July 1880

PROSPECTUS OVTHB FARMERSREVIEW FOR 1880 . :, THE FABMEBSREVIEW is a 16-page Illustrated weekly Journal of agricultural intelligence . Its leaves are cnt and pasted , and in Its general appearance and mechanical work , lt is superior to any agricultural Journal published In this country . Its annual subscription price Is only ONE DOLLAR A YEAB , postpaid It is edited with the most scrupulous care . Its articles are candid , concise , varied . Its selections are pure , apt , readable . Its numerous contributors are from among the most eminent , practical writers , ln their respective departments , that the country affords . Among them we may mention tbe following : HON . J . B . DODGB , PHOT , a V . BILBT , PBOF . W . J . BEAL , PBOF . 6 . E . MOBBOW , HON . SAM L DISABT . PBOF . A . J . COOK , HON . A . M . GABUKD , HON . O . B . GALCSHA , 8 . T . K . PBIHS , DR . J . H . TDTHILL , SBKN E . BXXJOBD . . Mr . Dodge la well known aa the leading agricultural statistician in the l &am...

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THE SHEAF . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 July 1880

THE SHEAF . HE WENT ON HOEINO . Tbe farmer In the paper Read the editorial mentions . That the fate of nations rested On the R . and D . conventions . But the trees had leaved and blossomed , And tbe grass continued growing : All the sprouts of corn were starting . And the farmer went on boelng . When the matter was decided . And they made the nomination ; One declared lt was a blessing , And another ruination . Still the fruit grew ripe and mellow , And the wheat was nicely growing ; While the farmer in his garden Bout bis turnips went on hoeing . WE take pleasure in acknowledging premium lists and complimentary tickets to a large number of county fairs . It will be our endeavor to have the FARMERS REVIEW represented at most of them this Fall . If any of the friends of the REVIEW will undertake to solicit subscriptions at local fairs where we have not already engaged any one we shall be pleased to hear from them , or if our friends will suggest the name of good canvassers whose ser...

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AGRICULTURAL . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 July 1880

AGRICULTURAL . SILK CULTURE IN THE UNITED STATES . Silk culture in the United States has made a decisive step in advance since 1878 . The means for this advance came in the nick of time —just when it was declared impossible ; just when it was almost a question of life or death with the new industry ; just when the founder of Silkville , Kansas , gave up his widely known project of establishing in this country a market to which farmers could ship their cocoons , to be converted into reeled silk ; just when the few hundreds of the first planters of the mulberry tree were blessed with one or several full crops of beautiful cocoons , write me from east , west , north and south , to know what to do with them . Just at this time I learn that Mr . Edw . Serrell , of New York , has , at last , crowned with success an invention which will mark a memorable date in the annals of the serioicole world . Mr . Serrell has found the means to save , by machine work , four or five hands out of six , ...

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H ORTICULTURAL [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 July 1880

H ORTICULTURAL WEIGHT OF A BUSHEL OF APPLES . —At the last meeting of the Illinois Horticultural Society , Mr . Hammond , of Warsaw , said that he made many tests last Fall , and found that apples run about as follows : Large Ben Davis , 44 lbs ., and from that up to 51 for small ones ; Winesaps and Janet , 501 bs . ; Fulton and Little Romanite , 51 lbs . ; Belleflower , 44 ; Rambo , 48 to 49 lbs . Nearly variety has a different weight from others . He measured in a sealed half bushel measure , well heaped up . Mr . Robinson has fixed upon the average weight at about 50 lbs . per bushel . ELECTRO HORTICULTURE . —I confess I like to know what the scientific folks are doing . It gives me such excellent topics for dinner talk , and after all its a more original subject than Ascot or Modjeska . Accordingly , I sat under one Dr . Siemens , at the Society of Telegraph Engineers , last week , and heard him discourse of the powers and magic of a familiar demon ot his , by name dynamo , elec...

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THE POULTRY YARD . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 July 1880

THE POULTRY YARD . THE FOUR COURSES OF CHICKEN . At first the chicken stuffd and roasted brown , With apple sauce and fixings all complete , And then the fricasse , all coverd o er With thickend butter , pourd with lavish hand To hide the bones . And then what may be left Is done up into pies with pastry tops Just fitted to the dish . Last course of all Of this eventful bird is chicken soup , — The general leavings and the scrapings-up Of wings , legs , tails , necks , bones and every thing . —Commercial Bulletin . JULY WORK IN THE POULTRY YARD . July , one of the hot months , is not without its manifold duties for the careful , energetic and thorough poultry breeder , for , while there may be no very young chicks to attend to , the litter of the hens should be taken out and burned , the boxes thoroughly cleaned out and whitewashed , both inside and out . New nests liberally sprinkled with flowers of sulphur , which will go far toward insuring freedom from lice and other poultry par...

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THE DAIRY . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 July 1880

THE DAIRY . LIMBUReER CHEESE . Thousands of tons are annually made in this country , mostly in New York and Wisconsin ; in the latter State , mostly in Dodge , Jefferson and Green counties ; in the latter county , at least twenty-five factories are engaged in its manufacture , which is mostly in the hands of Germans and Swiss ; still the everlasting Yankee , with his eye on the profits , has in many instances closed his fastidious nostrils to the smell , and has permitted its manufacture on his premises . It is usually , under favorable circumstances , more profitable to the maker than the standard American cheese , almost always bringing from ten to twenty-five per cent , more per pound in market , while the yield from a given quantity of milk is greater , the reason for which will be apparent when the process of making is explained . As a short account of the process of manufacture will doubtless be of interest , the following will be in place : Limburger is made in factories capa...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 July 1880

INNESOTA MT ] r ~ CHIEF BEST THRESHER ON WHEELS _ Is not a Vibrator nor an Apron Machine . Is wonderfully simple and admirably perfect in its threshing ana separating qualities . Saves all the grain , and cleans lt ready for market . Buna easily , is constructed durably , is finished beautifully , is the most economical , least expensive , and most satisfactory machine In the market . WU 1 handle wet grain as well as dry . Has BO equal In threshing flax and timothy , threshing and cleaning both as well and nearly as rapidly as wheat , aud requires no change except the sieves . I Has more square jfeet of separating and cleaning eur . I face than any other machine made , and can not be I overloaded . IB both over- and under-blast . Our I CLOVER HUI . LDIG ATTACHMENT IB new and very desirable . Does tbe work mora rapidly and better than an exclusively Hulling Machine . SEPARATORS of the various sizes fitted for Steam or Boree Power , as desired . An Improved Pitts Power , an Improved W...

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CROP REPORTS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 July 1880

CROP REPORTS . THE FARMERS REVIEW OF THE SEASON . WINTKK WHEAT HARVEST , HAYING , AND THE GROWING CROPS . WINTER WHEAT-Slow Progress with Stacking—Threshlnir — Yield Per Acre Not As Lariro As Lust Season . OATS—About Ready To Cut—Good Crop , FLAX — Ileginntng To Turn . CORN — Improving — Prospects Very Encouraging . GENERAL CONDITION-As A Whole Good . It has seldom been our privilege to condense the crop prospects when all the surroundings were as favorable as they are today . Our last report found a very large area of the Northwest suffering from two extremes , too much wet on the one hand and too much dry on the other . As the area of this country becomes more and more developed the fact becomes apparent that we shall never have a total failure of crops . The Winter wheat harvest is now in all different localities over , with a yield which in tbe majority of cases is satisfactory but by no means as large as last season . We look , however , when the statisticians go to work and fo...

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MONEY AND COMMERCE . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 July 1880

MONEY AND COMMERCE . MONET MAKKE 1 , TUESDAY EVBNIHG , July 20 , 1880 . The money market remains sluggish and weak , business in commercial and other circles not being sufficiently active to call out a demand for loans from desirable borrowers . Bates are without change at 5 @ 8 per cent for good business paper running 30 @ 120 days , and 6 @ 8 per cent for real estate loans , 7 @ 8 being the price for two to five years loans on improved farms . The shipments of grain and other Western farm products to the East are larger than ever before at this season , and the balance of trade is at present in favor of the West The exports of grain , salt and fresh provisions , and live stock to Europe are also unusually large , and although our imports have been excessive , there is now little reason to fear that we shall be compelled to ship gold to Europe during the remainder of this year , as the exports are likely to continue heavy while the imports will fall off . THB MERCHANDISE MARKET . T...

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NEWS ITEMS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 July 1880

NEWS ITEMS . THE health authorities of New Orleans certify that there is not a case of yellow fever in that city . A DEFICIT of $ 4 , 300 has been discovered in the postoffice at Richmond , Va . A MEETING of the emperors of Austria and Germany will take place on the return journey of the Emperor Francis Joseph from Gasteln . POTATO gulch furnished the largest nugget , $ 1 , 414 . which has so far been taken from the Black Hills . ALL of the rumors of recent depredations by Indians in the vicinity of Dead wood are denied . THE Northern Pacific land department ( eastern division ) sold last month 61 , 310 acres of land . FOR the purpose of permanent organization Secretary Evarts has invited the International Exhibition Commissioners aprointed by the various State governors to meet him at New York the 10 th of August . THE total value of exports ot domestic breadstuffs during the twelve months ended June 30 , 1880 , were $ 277 , 236 , 762 . WISCONSIN miners are said to have found gold ...

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AMERICAN FARM ANIMALS-NO . 23 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 July 1880

AMERICAN FARM ANIMALS-NO . 23 . HEREFORD CATTLE . The Herefords are among the oldest of the British breeds of cattle . It is claimed they are indigenous to the county from which they take their name . It is certain that they have long existed in substantially their present character , although formerly there was a lack of uniformity in color . For at least a century Hereford cattle have had more than a local reputation for excellent grazing qualities , and for superiorqualiry of beef , which is still quoted in the London market alongside with the Scotch at the head of the test as regards quality . The earliest attempts at improvement of the breed of which we have details , were made by Benj . Tomkins , near Hereford , who made purchase of two cows in 1766 , and whose herd became famous . When sold in 1819 , one bull brought about $ 2 , 800 , and several cows more than $ 1 , 000 each . Other noted early breeders were Messrs . Tully , Smythies , Price and Walker . In 1845 a Hereford H...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 July 1880

LIVE STOCK . BREEDERS DIRECTORY . It li onr desire to present , in the following style , a column or morel of cards of reliable breeders of cattle , hones , sheep , ¦ wine and poultry . Onr rates will be for THREE LINE CARD three months ( IS Insertion *) $ 9 ; six months , $ 16 ; one year , ( SO . Each additional line t * -SO per quarter . These rates Include a free copy of the VABHBB 8 REVIEW during the 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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