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CHAPTER ON THE SUGAR CANE . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 October 1859

CHAPTER ON THE SUGAR CANE . As it will soon be time for the manufacturing of the sugar cane , and inasmuch as there are a great many questions asked , relative to the time , the process , the kind of materials , & c . ; and as there is also a great many speculative theories on the subject , we will offer a few suggestions , principally from practical experience . In the first place , after tho crop is raised , it is necessary to make the proper arrangements with the right kind of machinery , buildings , wood , & c , so as to be ready to cammence operation as soon as the cane will answer . What would you think of the farmery who , when he ought to be plowing his land , sowing and planting his seed , if you would find him running about the country , hunting up an extra horse , harness , feed , seed , plows , and other ? implements You would say at once , such a man is a poor calculator . You would find him out of patience , and when harvest came , out of a crop...

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Protection to Farms . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 October 1859

Protection to Farms . When I saw the prairie land for the first time , it struck me very forcibly , and I have often thought of it since , how much more comfortable the inhabitants might be if they would plant hedges or wide belts of trees to screen them from cold winter winds , and also be a protection to their crops , especially fruit . If each owner of one or two hundred acres of land would plant their boundaries or division lines with belts of trees , say from twenty to one hundred feet wide , they would find it to their advantage and comfort . Besides the protection , the trees would in a few years , when large enough to thin out , be valuable for firewood or timber . An objector might say , It would be very expensive to procure and plant such wide belts of trees . To such I would reply , that many kinds , one year old ( which is large enough , ) could be imported very cheap from the English and French nurseries by the 1 , 000 , such as elms , ash , maples , beech , birch , lin...

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Seeding Timothy Meadows . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 October 1859

Seeding Timothy Meadows . In sowing timothy seed in the spring with oats or other small grain , according to the usual practice in the West , a good stand is attended with much uncertainty . Our springs , just at the period when the young grass stands most in need of a moist earth , are frequently hot and dry and extremely apt to burn out the young titnothy plants , before they can become sufficiently rooted to contend against the overpowering force of the grain crop . The two last springs , it is true , have been exceptions to this state of things ; but , most generally , the crop of grass is entirely starved out and overshadowed by the grain , or so much injured that the ground is but half set with grass , leaving it liable to be choked np with weeds , at the expense of the little that has escaped the drying , burning influence of the previous weather . We have frequently taken occasion to set forth the advantages of sowing timothy in the fall , unattended with any other crop . Wi...

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FAMILIAR QUOTATIONS . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 October 1859

FAMILIAR QUOTATIONS . Not one word , dying , he could wish to blot . It stands thus in the original : — Not one immortal , one corrupted thought . One line which , dyinp , he could wish to blot . LORD LITTLETOS . —Prdl . to Thomson s Cbriolanus . To err is human , to forgive divine / POPS . —2 i- * ay on Criticism , The peifidious edge of battle . 1 UiLToir . —Paradise Lost . God made the country and man made the town . COTTPEB;—27 ie Task . No ppnt up TJtica contracts your powers , But the whole boundleFS continent is yours . 3 . M . SBTAIL . —epilogue to Cato . And thereby hangs a tale / i niswEABi . —At You Like It . And man the hermit , sighed , till woman smiled . CAMPunia . —Pleasures of Bope . And snatch a grace beyond the reach of art . Popx —Essay on Criticism . He whistled cs he went for want ot thought . DBTDEN . —Cymon and Jphigeaia . The feaat of reason and the flow of soul / POPE —Satires . To ilr . Forttscuc Woman—last at tbe cross , and earliest at the grave / E . F ...

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COMMERCIAL . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 October 1859

COMMERCIAL . Springfield . Market— -Oct . * . WHEAT—60 c @ SOcabnj FLOOR—ti & ia 00 ^ brl ; GOUN—New , 25 c 39 bo ; CORN MtiAL-8 iic W $ I Tabu ; 0 ATS—26 wa 30 c abui JJKAN 3—60 c @| lBbn ; I 1 IIAN—fcfcSbu ; SHORTS—lie ^ bu ; TIMOTHY B * B— $ 1 63 tol 76 ; IIONGASIANGr Sd-noco . S 11 LLBE—None ; CLOVER— % & 50 ® 7 m . bn ; POTATOES—New , 3 U @ 40 q BAY ~ $ 6 @ $ 8 ft ton ; TALLOW—ttc Q lb ; SOAP—bar , 4 to 6 c ^ lb ; CAN DLBS—12 Uc $ box ; PiCKLBD PK-SBOIO $ 100 , BACON—bams 12 to 13 c $ lb ; UlCfiJSNS— $ 1 60 @| 1 75 ; BACON-sIdei . \ 2 Uc % ft EGOS-6 @ 8 c » d 6 ^ LAKD-12 c « 9 >; SUGAR—8 e @ 10 WB >; COFFEE—13 c @ 15 c « lb ; MOLASSES—45 c @ 6 l ) cS gal SALT—U 76 ? i 6 riE ; * ALT— $ 1 Wtobrl ; M ACKEBBL—12 c ® 13 c So 1 ; CODFISH— $ 5 75 SIM ma ; APPLES—dried ; $ 2 iOfcbu : WOOD- $ 3 @ $ t 00 $ cord ; COAL—I 2 cfcbn : WrUSK . lt—37 @ 80 c $ gal { VINlfflAlt-ltofigal ; MIOMS-tl 50 @ 2 60 $ dor ; STFE . * ^ **®*** 1 * KIKS ^ Dr * *•...

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ST . LOUIS MARKET—OCT , 3 , p . m- [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 October 1859

ST . LOUIS MARKET—OCT , 3 , p . m- Weather delightfully clear and pleasant , and favorable Tor business . While no great > mount is doing wo notice a fair degree of firm nets in most articles at fisturdm u prices . — Hour , wheat and corn , hemp , whisky and most small articles , eland as reported Saturday . Jn oats , rbippers t-ied to buy at lower prices , but failing to do BO , they stood aloof from market . — —¦»?» -- CHICAGO MARKET—OCT . 4 , p . m . Winter wheat was more active and under * good demand , tho market advanced 2 to 3 c About 86 , 000 bo of all grades changed bands at 88 to 91 c for No 1 red ; 78 M to 82 c for No 2 red . 7 < M to 79 c for Ho 1 spring ; 74 to 75 c Tor No 2 spring ; and 70 c lor Tejected . About 2 , 700 toola changed hands at $ 3 80 to 4 26 for low grado to choice spring extras ; $ 3 26 for superfine do ; and { 4 60 to 5 00 for winter extras . Corn was In good demand at previous price *; bat the atnaU quantity offering rendered tb...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 October 1859

Especial Notice U Farmers and OTHERS . Osage Orange Plants . THE SUBSCRIBER WILL FURNISH l Osage Orange , of good slsefor trantplantlng into Hadga Bows , fn any quantity , at very low priceB . either the present fallernextspring . i Apple Trees , Pear Trees , Cherry Trees , leas Trees , Plum Trees , Peacb Trees , Ornamental Trees , of every kind AI / SO , Ttuit end . Ornamental Ehrnnbcry , Embracing Gooseberries and Currants , Hoses , fepireas , Boney Suckles , Grape Vines—Isabella , Catawba , Native . BULBS AND TUBERS . Dahlias . Hyacinths , Crocus , Tulips , Narclues , Lilllea . W « repeat , that many of these articles , grown by myself and trees grown in Illinois Nurseries , will be sold at the lowest possible figures . s , FAANCIS . cct 6

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 October 1859

lor Sale . 40 , 000 Standard Apple Trees , 6 to 7 feet , 200 , 000 Osage Orange Plants , land 2 years . 200 , 000 Apple Seedlings , 1 year , ( m > - ss ^ rted . ) Peach Pear , Cherry , Grape , Pie Plant , 4 c . Very Cheap at wholesale or retail , at the McLean county Nursery , Blooming ton , Illinois . COLMAN ft DRAKE . Q-Tah good galearocn Wanted . oct 62 t

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 October 1859

Wheat Wfrilts . BREAKINGING PLOWS , BROAD CAST BOWJtRS . For sale by S-FBANCIS . angl

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 October 1859

FRUIT AND OltSAMENTAL TREES SHRUBBERY AND EVERGREEN TREES , with a general assortment of Nnnery articles ^ Ok for sale at the Pleasant Btif ^ s Kurseo 1 , Arispe , Bn- &§§ £ * rtou , county , 111 ^ Tory Aldricb , proprielDr . X bavq aWSBMa , « . few thoueaod 6 year , 15 . 000 five year , 30 , 000 three JX ^ year , 60 , 000 two year , and 100 , 000 one year old appleirees , atffbolesaleor retail . Pear , Ch » rry , Plum , Peach , Currants , Gooseberries . Baspberries , BlackbecrUe . Etra-wbi-T-rios , Ac Onr stock of Evergreens Is large , and very fine specimens ; tliB N . Y . Pippin , Wegncr , and Bed Feeknofartber , arethemosthsrdyin tbe list ; ofwhteil have a good supply , also of the Tompkins county King . Catalogues sent free . P . Q . address , Tlakllwa 111 .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 October 1859

WESTEEN TREES FOU TUB WJE . 5 T , AT THE WOOD BURN SUltSERY : PERSONS WISHING TO PURCHASE their Fruit Trees , Ehade Trees , or Shrubbery ; ^ g , will find it to their advantage to order at tbe above ^^ p named Nursery , - ^^^ We have for sale Thirty Thonsand of 5 to 7 feet ^^^ high , choice Apple Trees , of some fifty approved varieties , for Western culture ; which we can with confidence offer to the public . We alio offer a good , assortment of Peaches , Pears , ( Dwarf and Standard , ) Cherries , Plums , Quinces , Gooseberries , Currants , Barberries , LawtonBlackberry , 8 trawb « nice , Bhu- > barb , or Pie Plant , Ac . 3 . 000 SILVER-LEAVED MAPLE . Th ^ n which a handsome Shade Tree cannot be found . — Tbey are eight to ten , feet ligbiof thtilty growth , and to bo had for ten dollars a hundred . « 3 . We will sell tbe abo-e named Trees and Plants as rea > sonable as they can be bad at any respectable Nursery diat nctly labeled , and carefully packed and d...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 October 1859

Kloomington JYur serj / , BLO 0 MINGTON , ILLINOIS . Eighty Acres Vrnlt and Ornamental Tiees , OAfk NAMED SORTS TULIPS , ALSO » wV /\ JHyacinthB , CrocnB ^ ud a general assortment ja « 3 & - of Bnlbs tnd Flower Boots for Fall and £ priog ££¥ a planting . Nursery stock , Evergreens , Qteenhouai ^ ift ^ ft and garden plants—all at wholesale and retail at & R lowest cash rates . 49 ~ For particulars seo Catalogues or address subscriber . F , K . PU 01 NIX . Bloomingtonlll ., AnEUflt 1 , 1859 .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 October 1859

jtiox , xjrE PLOWS . Manufactured by JoUn Dere . AS THE SEASON FOR FALL PLOWING Is at hand , the subscriber would ask the attention of Farmers and others interested , to bis largo and superior stock of Plows of all kinds , now la nee in the West , consisting of Three sizes of Improved Clippers , made from the best Caststeel , and finished in very superior manner ; these | . lows for ease of draft , and perfect plowing , have no equal in this State . Four sizes and qualities of the common form of old ground plows , made from Cast , German and American Steel , which are equal to any plaw made after this style , Corn Plows of two qualities . Double and single Shovel Plows . Five Tooth Cultivator * . DMTOWI , twostylta , reTereable , adjustable , and . Giddes Doable Barrow . Ox Yokes of three sizes , finished in tho best manner , anda very superior article . Twelve and Fourteen in Extra Breakers , for breaking Prairie or other sod , with two and three horses—these are verymperior breaki...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 October 1859

FRUIT AND OR NAME NT AX TREES SIIUAREKY , & c . S FRANCIS , SPRINGFIELD , ILL ., • will receive orders for all description or trees from tit DuPago County Hurseriea , L . Ellsworth & Co ., proprietors , These trees are well grown , healthy , and their genuincss is warranto * . Orders for fall planting can be forwarded to them at any time tram June till November . Catalogues will be furnished those who wish to purchase trees atid shnibery on application to Messrs . Francis & Bar > rell , Springfield .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 October 1859

EVERGREENS . ORDERS MAr BE LEFT WITH S . Francis for Evergreen Trees by tho quantity , from the well known Nursery of Samnel Edwards , Bureau county , at the following rates ; Balaam Firs , American Arbor Vita ; , White Fine , White Spruce , six to ten inches high , $ 5 per hundred and £ 35 per thousand . The same varieties , from the woods , collected by Mr . Edwaads agents , who take them up in the beit possible manner , selecting trees carefully from open exposures , packing at once in damp moss , at $ 15 per thousand and $ 90 per ten thousand , American Larch , two years In the Nursery at $ 10 per 1000 . European Mountain Ash , 6 feet high , $ 18 per 100 ; 8 to 10 feet , J 26 per 100 . Neik Pine . Strawberry plants at $ 3 £ 0 per 10 CO ; and Hybrid Scotch Rhubarb at $ 3 per 100 . Orders for the articles may be left with mcnl S . FRANCIS .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 October 1859

B . B . LLOTD , D E 3 STTI S T , OFFICE OX NORTH FIFTH STREET , OVER J . BATBUBVS . SPBXTtf GFXEC » . XXI , A DENTAL VltACTICE OF FIFTEEN YEARS WARItANTS him in saying that all operations shall be carefully and neatly performed . He is In possession of several premiums and diplomas awarded by the best institutes for the promotion of science and arts in tbe country . Teeth inserted , from one tooth to tall seta , as substantial and handsome as can be hod in any city of the United States or Europe . Artificial palate plates inserted , supplying the want or loss of the palate , velum and would , so as to restore articulation . Refer to Prof . David Gilbert , Pennsylvania College Of Medicine , Philadelphia ; Hon . J . S . Black , Washington City ; Iter . Dr . Uarkey , Illinois University ; Drs . Helm , Ryan and Wallace : Messrs . Jacob Loose , J S . Condell , J . U . Gray , Foaselman , Owen , Corneau & Diller . JuoeT , 1 S 5 .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 October 1859

Western liaml Office . T . S . MATHER . FOB TUB PURCHASE : AND SALE OF CITY PRO - perty , Farms and Unimproved Lands , PATMENT OF TAJTES , Z Collection of Clams . \ Government JLan ^ s ENTERED WITH WARRANTS OR CASH IN ANT LAND DISTRICT IN ILLINOIS , IOWA , MISSOURI . MINNESOTA OB NEBRASKA . LAND WARRANTS BOUGHT AND SOLD . IOfflceoverN . U . Bidgely a Bank , West side Public Square , Springfield , Ilia .

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 October 1859

DUNLAPS NURSERY . 40 ACRES IN TREES AND PLANTS . IS ESTABLISHING A NURSERY AT this place , we have done M > with a view of making it a permanent business . We Invite the prirunage or those who wish to ancourngo home foduitry , and have a desire to beautify their grounds and till their orchard * with sneb plants undfrnitsas are adapted to our soil and climate ; at the same time we disclaim any intention to make war on those who purchase of peddlers , or send east for their soppliee , we are content to waii , a 8 wo lojk to these persons to make us a valuable class or customers , at no distant day . The well cultivated ground where their dead trees stand will be in excellent condition to do ample Justice to live healthy trees , to which we may point with pleasure . Trees grown in New York , with bight J Btitanlatiog manures , and being ; protected by snow in the winter , can hardly be expected to stand , unscathed , our changeable climate . It Is our pride to give tux custo...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 October 1859

_**« - _ . FA IR BANKS | CX PATENT / IT 1 SCALES / B ^ OP ALL KINDS . / j ! 5 H ^^ 5 & t Fairbanks & Greenleaf , MsvSSijvflm 35 LAKE STREET , CHICAGO . gfi ^ LdgSii ^ i ; Sold in f priagfleld , by gs ^^ g ^^ 1 maylly E . B . PEASE . ELLIOTTS WESTEMZJV fruit SSOOMC . A NEW EDITION OP THIS WORK , TBOBOtTOHLr BJTVTSSP , Embracing all the new and valuable Fruits , with tbe latest improvements < n their cu Uvatiou , up to January , I 860 , especially adapted to the wants of WESIKBK yBUIT aBOWBBS . rOUi Or EXCELLENT niUBTUTIOKB , by P . R , ELLIOTT , Pomologist , Late of Cleveland , 0 ., nowofSt . Lon . ts . Price $ 1 25 . Sent by mail , post paid , to any part of the United Estates , on receipt of price . A . O . MOOllEACO ., Agricultural Book Publishers mayl 3 t 140 , Fnlton-st ., New York . H . 0 . HlHBABD . JAMES B PT 1 FSBP H . G . & J . H . HIBBARD , GENERAL COMMISSION AND FORwarding merchants . Office , No 138 North Main Street , direc...

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