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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 November 1859

Great Meduction to Ciubs . SUBSCRIBE NOW POK THB ILLINOIS STATE JOURNAL A rdiableutvspaptr nnda faUhftdadvoeateof litpubliean princi ples pubhthed at tpri . < gfield , Illinois , « y SaiViache 4 Baker The season for forming clubs is at hand , and in order to enable onr Wends to compete with the agents of E- \ Bttrn publications , we have determined to offer tbo Weekly JOOJUTAI , at tbe following low rates , Tor the next sixty daya : ~ TER 11 S TO CHTO 3—clsH lit apVAHCX . 8 ix copies for one year . ™ ................... „ . „ .... $ 50 ^ e •• WOO *¦** *? I - 16 SO Twenty « _ . , 20 00 . Thirty « « mt 80 w All persona Bending clubs of ten , fifteen and twenty subscriber * at the above rates , will be entitled to an extra copy free ; and all persona sending clabaof thirty tuVscribers , ¦ ball receive two extra copies of the paper free , or a copy of Goley eLadyB Book for 18 TO , if i-referred . Vfe hope onr Iriends will respond liberally in view of tho above reduction ofrat...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 November 1859

AMERICAN IJrBl & JV X < IJ % IMJEJTT . A SORB CORE FOR Strains , Cuts , Old Sores , Pain-, Rheumatism , White Swell Ings , Milk Leg , Sore Breaita , Colic , Diarrhoea , Dysentery , Cholera , Cholera Morbus , or any pain inwardly . In these cases it baa never been known to fall .. If applied in time will cure felons . Aso will cure Strains or Bruises on Horses , Wind Calls , Enlargement of the Limbs , Sweeney , Fistula , and . If takon in time , will euro Pole Evil . Given internally for the Bolts or Colic . DIRECTIONS . First take warm water and rub tbe parts affected with a sponge , then apply the Liniment , and rub well with tbe hand , tb « n apply a damp cloth to tbe parts and t . ep it moist until a burning sensation is felt . Apply twice a day until cured . For a grown person take a tea < poooful in a gilLot walBr every b * lfhonr > u « l relieved ; chlldren . ball ataaspoonful in tbe same quantity . The above medicine ie for sale at...

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

jaoijiJVE PLOWS . Blanutactured by John Dere . AS TUB SEASON FOR FALL PLOWING is at hand , the subscriber would ask the attention of Farmers and others interested , to his larfre and superior stuck of Plows of all kinds , now In use in the West , consisting of Three sif . es of Improved Clippers , made from the best Caststeel , and finished in very superior mauner ; these ,-lowe for ease of draft , aud perfect plowing , have no equal in this State , Pour sizes and qualities of the common form of old ground plows , made from Cast , GenuAi \ Hud American Steel , which are equal to any plaw made after this style , Corn ilows of two qualities . DpubloaudBlngle Shovel Plows , Five Tooth Cultivators . Harrow * , t « o styles , reversable , adjustable , and GiddesDouhle Barrow . Ox Yokes of three sizes , finished in the best manner , and a very superior article Twelve and Fourteen in Extra Breakers , for breaking Prairie or other sod , with two and three horses—these are very superior brea...

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

Fruit anil Ornamental Trees and Shrubbery . milE SUBSOUIBEK WILL KK 0 E 1 VE I orders for Fruit , Ornamental Trees and Shrubbery to br btd from any Nuriery in this State . Tbe article will comefrenb , in good ord » r , will b > -true to name , belt rand lower than the trasli often imported from foe * inn Nurseries . n . chl S . FRANCIS .

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

FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES SHUAHERY , & c . S FRANCIS , SPRINGFIELD , ILL .. « will receive orders for all description of trees from tit Dul * ago County Nurseries , L . Ellsworth & Co ., proprietors . Tli » ne trees are well grown , healthy , and their geuuluias Ifl warrants ,.. Orders fur fall planting can be forwarded to them at any time irom June till No . \ embcr . Catalogues will be furnished thoee who wish to purchase trees ami shrm > bsry ou application to Messrs . frauds Altarroll , Sprl gfirld .

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

EVERGREENS . ORDERS MAY BE LEFT WITH S . Francis for Evergreen Trees by the quantity , from the well known Nursery of Samuel Kdwards , Bureau county , at the following rates : Balsam Firs , American Arbor Vitus , White Pine , White Spruce , six to ten inches high , $ 5 per hundred aud $ 35 per thousand . The same varieties , from tbe woods , collected by Mr . Ed * waada agents , who take them up in the be-jt possible manner , selecting trees carefully from upen exposures , packing at on re In damp muss , at $ 15 per thousand aud $ 9 u per ten thousand . American Larch , two years iu the Nursery at $ 10 per 1000 . European SI on u tain Ash , 6 feet high , $ 18 per 100 ; S to 10 feet , j- & perl 00 . Nclk Pine Strawberry plants at $ 3 SO per 1000 ; and Hybrid Scotch Rhubarb at $ 3 per 100 . Orders for the articles may be left with mchl S . FRANCIS .

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

B . B . LLOYD , r > E INTI S T , OFFICE OS XORTH FIFTH STREET , OVER J . BATBUBVS . SPRKNGFXEXJO , BEX . A DENTAL l-RACTICEOFFIFTEEN YEAHSWARRANTS him In saying that all operations shall be carefully and neatly performed . He is in possession of several premiums and diplomas awarded by the beat institutes for the promotion of science and arts In the country . Teeth inserted , from one tooth to full sets , as substantial and handsome as can be had many city of the United Mates or Europe . Artificial palate plates inserted , supplying the want or loss of the palate , velum and would , so as to restorb articulation . Refer to Prof . David Gilbert , Pennsylvania College of Medicine , Philadelphia ; Uon . J . S . Block , Washiucton City ; Ho v . Dr . Uarkey , Illinois University ; Drs . Helm , Ryan and Wallace : Messrs , Jacob Lrose , J S . Condell , J . II . Gray , Fosselman , Owen , Corneau & Diller . June ? , 185 .

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

DUNLAPS NURSEEY . 40 ACRES IN TREES AND PLANTS . IN ESTABLISHINO A NURSERY AT ; this place , we have done « o with a view of making it a permanent holiness We Invite the prtronage of those who wish to oncourase home industry , and have a desire to beautify their grounds aud fill their orchard * with such plants and irnitsan are adapted t- > our soil and climate ; at the same tim « we disclaim any Intention to ai » be war ou those wbo pnrehaso of peddlers , or Bend ea-it for their supplies , we arc coutmt towiiit , aswe lo k to these persons to ninke it * a Taluable class of tustomers , at no distant day . Tbe well culi ^ ated ground where their dvad trees Bland will he In excellent condition to do ample justice to live healthy trees , to which we may point with p e isore . Trees grown in New Ynrk , uith highly stimulating manures , and being protected by snow in tho winte ., can hardly be expected to stand , unscathed , our changeable climate . It 1 * our pride to give i ...

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

Western Land Oflice . T . S . MATHER . FOB THK PURCHASE AND SALE OF CITY PROperty , Farms and Unimproved Lands , PAYMENT OI TAAES , ^ Collection of Claims . ; Government Lands ENTERED WITH WARRANTS OK CASlf IN ANT LAND DISTRICT IN ILLINOIS , IOWA , MISSOURI , MINNESOTA OH NEBRASKA . LAND WARRANTS BOUGHT AND SOLD . Office over N . 11 . Ridgely s Rank , West Bide Public Square , Springfield . Ills .

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 November 1859

_ tx _ - FAIRBANKS TjOT PATENT / ir l SCALES / B OF ALL KINDS . / Jfe ^^ Sfc , Fairbanks & Greeuleaf , / jSBajJMtt 35 LSKS STREET , CHICAOO . iS & i = * dSmf ££ = Sold in Springfield , by ^^ Sagg ^ 5 ^ mayl ly B . B . PEASE . ELLIOTTS VPJESTATMt * Y frwit BOOK . A NEW EIITION OF THIS WORK , inOBOCOHLT RtVWED , Embracing all the new and valuable Fruits , with the latest Improvements < n their cu tivatlou , up to January , 1869 , especially adapted to the wants of WESTERN FRUIT GROWERS , TULL OF EXCELLENT ILWSTRATIOM , by F . R . ELLIOTT , Pomologfst , Late of Cleveland , 0 .. now of St . Louis . Price $ 1 2 S . Sent by mail , post paid , to any part of the . United fctates , on receipt of price . A . O . SIUOHE ft CO ., Agricultural Book Publishers mayl 3 t 140 , Fulton-st ., New York . ILLIXOIS MUTUAL FIEE IXSUitANCE COMPANY . ^ t 0 ? AV 0 ^ CAPITAL PRINCIPAL OFFICE AT ALTON , ILL . THIS COMPANY WAS CHARTERED in 1830 . and insures , at a moderate c...

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

® ft * fUittflis g & mtt , PUBIJSHED MOKTHI . T , BT BAIIH AC HE * BAKER . JOURNAL OFFIOB , SPRINGFIELD , ILL : . I S . FRANCIS . Editor . . i TERUS OF SUBSCRIPTION . On . copy , one year . In ftdTane . ( i 00 FIT . copies , .. ,. _^ « . ™^ 3 76 Ten - andonetothepereon getting lip dob 7 6 o Fifteen copies and over 62 } $ cents twb , andone to person getting up club . CABS KATE . OF ASTIBTUINQ : One dollar per square of ten lines , each insertion .

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HEBGIKO . Jd 5 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 December 1859

HEBGIKO . \ Jd 5 \ \ This is an increasingly important subject . No more doubt exists in regard to the excellence and durability of the Osage Orange as a Hedge Plant ; and that it can bo grown into a good hedge—a perfect protection against stock—is certain . The winter is the time for farmers to make calculations for the future . Farms must be fenced , —avast deal of the capital expended in farming is used in fencing the land . How shall that be done in the cheapest and best manner ? These are questions very properly to be considered by farmers at this * season of the year . We again refer to Hed ging . The following article says about all that can be said on the subject . It is long—particular—demonstrates the advantages of Hedge fences , and the proper mode of cultivating them . Let a farmer be guided by this essay in growing hedge , and he has nothing to fear . ON HEDGE FENCE ? . Br O . B . OTKUiux , . Pnxidxnt nf thi state SbrticuUund eoctafy . INTRODUCTION . In making a prairie...

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ADVERTISEMENTS . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 December 1859

ADVERTISEMENTS . A limited number of advertisements ( of suitable cbaraoter ) will be received . There is no better medium of communicating with tbe agricultural classes than by putting & o advertisement in our columns . This is essentially the Farmers paper , and is ciioulated extensivel y among tbe farms and nurseries of Central and Southern Illinois . jj ©* Letters on business ( should be directed to Publishers Illinois Farmer , Springfield , Ufa nois .

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CONTENTS . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 December 1859

CONTENTS . Hedging « 369 Sweet PoUtoe Pic ™ „ .. „ .. ~™ .... „ „„ .. „;„ ... „ . „ .. 37 S Indian MealPnffu ... ™ ., . .. , i- „ ..-, „ .. „„ ,., ,,..,,.,, 373 Shiftless Triefca ... ™ .... M „„ M .. „ .. „„„ ... „„ . „„„ -. m . „ .. 374 Fall Plowing „ ........ _ ...,.... „ m ........... 374 Fowls ... ™ .. ™™ ... ™ „ ........ „ .,. _„„ ..... „„„„ ™™ ,, . ™ 376 Hot Crow Bona ...................,................ ™ ... ™ ........... 376 Hoarea la Qocecs — ....... « . «— . —« .... . 375 The last Farmer of tbe year .,.. «„~ ..... ™ ..,.... „ .. „„„^ .... ^ 7 fl December „ . «™ ... „ .... „_ .... „ ......... .... „ .. ™ . ™ ™ ........ ,... 376 Fall Plowlng „ . « . m , „ .... „„ .... „ .. „_ . „ . m . . „ . _ ... „„ . „ .... 377 The Donble Michigan Plow as a Prairie Breaker ...-....... 377 Orchard and Garden . «¦ ,..... ™ ........ ™ . ™ .. ™ ....,.. ™ ... ™ ,.., 378 The Year 1859 „ .. „„^ m „ ,.. „ ,.... „ ....,. „ .... „„ ...... ™ ...,.. „ .. 378 The November Edition of tbe Fftnner ™™™ .....

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Shiftless Tricks . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 December 1859

Shiftless Tricks . To let the cattle fodder themselves at the stacks ; they pull out and trample more than they eat They cat till the edge of appetite is gone , and then daintily pick the choice parts ; the residue , being coarse and refuse , they will not afterwards touch . * £ ii \ To sell half a stack of hay ahd leave the lower half open to rain and snow . In feeding out , a hay knife should be used on the stack ; in selling , either dispose of the whole , or remove that which is left to a shed or barn . It is a shiftless trick to lie about stores and groceries , arguing with men that you have no time , in a new country , for nice farming—for making good fences ; for smooth meadows without a stump ; for draining wet patches which disfigure fine fields . To raise your own frogs in your own yard ; to permit , year after year , a dirty , stinking , mantled puddle to stand before your fence in the street . To plant orchards , and nllow your cattle to eat the trees up . When gnawed do...

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«*» - — Fall flowing . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 December 1859

«*» - — Fall flowing . Two active workmen ( we but repeat the saying ) may be secured by any farmer for the winter at comparatively small expense . Fermentation and frost , if his fields are plowed in autumn , will be busy with their culture through the inclement months , preparing food for plants and fitting the soil for their growth . Decomposition and disintegration are more or less active from fall to spring , and most soils , if properly plowed in autumn , are benefitted by the agents thus set at work . Let us offer some thoughts on the advantages and disadvantages of autumn cultivation , together with some directions for performing the work . 1 . Low lands , such as are usually most benefitted by fall plowing , are generally in their best condition for the operation at this season of the year . Very often they are too wet to plow in spring until the season for seeding is far advanced , and the product is lesseued by the delay , as well as the soil injured by working when too w...

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Fowls—Food , ic . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 December 1859

Fowls—Food , ic . When fowls are confined to a narrow space they require much care and attention to supply them with all kinds of food which they collect when running at large ; and without care to supply their wants , they will not be profitable . When running at large , as they please , they devour many insects , cat / gravel , lime and various kinds of herbage , seeds of various kinds ,. and many other things which we cannot discriminate , though we look on while they select their food . In winter , when fowls have less access to the ground , or when they are confined in small enclosures , they have less opportunity to select the mineral substauces which , they require . Henee an artificial suppl y becomes necessary . How shall this be given ? By placing the articles within their reach , so that they may take voluntarily just the quantity to which they are prompted by nature . Place old lime-mortar , bones , oyster or clam shells , broken fine , where the fowls can readily pick t...

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Tac last Farmer of the Tear . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 December 1859

Tac last Farmer of the Tear . © h * IMhuife $ \ xmti SPRINGFIELD , DECEMBER 1 , 1859 . We are now arranging matter for the last number of the ILLINOIS FARMER for 1859 . Four years have we prepared the matter for this paper . We have aimed to be of service to the farmers of Illinois . How we have succeeded is best known to our readers . The present year has been one of great trials to our agricultural brethren . On its commencement there were bri g ht hopes that it would be a year of good crops and of good prices , that would enable them to pay their just debts , and provide means for their future comfort , BO that they might go on their way rejoicing . But the seasons have not justified our hopes . Our grain crop 3 are short ; there is not one-third of the crop anticipated , and the price of wheat is lower than its cost . In the northern parts of the State , corn has turned out poorly , while in others it is a two-thirds crop . Oats are light . Potatoes in the north are poor ; in th...

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