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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 12 August 1880

us * PARLOR PICTURES , ass ( HOT CHEAP CHROMOS , BUT WORKS OF HEAL MERIT . ) WITH : THE FARMERSREVIEW . FREE OF CASH COST , to all who send the names of new subscribers for RBVIBW ; 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 Thousands of them have been sold at from $ 2 . 00 / 0 $ 3 . 00 fir Copy . To Present Subscribers;—To any present subscriber sending us Two SUBSCRIPTIONS and Two DOLLARS , we will send FREE , POST-PAID , any one of the beautiful premium Engravings below described , or for THREE SUBSCRIPT — INS aad THREE DOLLARS , we will send A PAIR ( any iwo ) of the Engravings . Tp Renewing Subscribers : — T o 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 , we will sen...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 12 August 1880

i RE ADl ! £ READ the page of Sheaf items . * ri | . KKAD about farming and fruit growing lu ¦ California . § KKAD about preparing ground for Fall wheal . _ E READ how to make a building of concrete . > READ what is said of the fruit business be- _» Ing over-done . O a . READ about American vineyards . * _ , READ how to use carbolic acid for insects . 09 , 2 READ of the best methods of Increasing C 2 . swarms . O fp— < READ the observations concerning bees . _? READ about comb foundations . O v . UEAD about thickened skimmed milk for _ £ calves . * OD * E READ the Interesting crop reports . t _ • £ READ the market reports . _ J READ the description of Holstein cattle . 03 _• READ what experiments the French are mafSff king In the preparation of food for animals . S READ the brief Live Stock items . ¦ ^ READ the answers to correspondents hy the 09 Veterinary editor . _ , ~ READ a chat about poultry . 2 READ about caponized fowls . A READ of charred corn for fowl...

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A PATERNAL GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 12 August 1880

A PATERNAL GOVERNMENT The question as to how far the governmerit of a . country may go in the promotion of enterprises calculated to benefit any class of its citizens , has occupied much of the attention of publicists and statesmen . In this country , the axiom has very generally been accepted ( in theory at least ) that the Government should do nothing that private enterprise may successfully accomplish , and that its Bphere should be strictly limited to the protection of the lives and property of its inhabitants , and the maintenance of suitable relations with foreign powers . In other words , the duties of the Government must be strictly and purely political . In practice , as everybody knows , this axiom has been frequently disregarded , aud if we have not gone quite so far as in some countries , where the Government subsidizes theaters and other places of amusement , we have neverth _ less assented , as a matter of course , to the Goveminent taking an active part in the work of...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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CO-OPERATION [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 12 August 1880

CO-OPERATION Sometime ago the REVIEW mentioned an instance where co-operative farming had been in successful operation for a couple of years , having been inaugurated by an Austrian land holder . The land troubles in Ireland and agricultural distress in England , suggest that co-operative farming may eventually be found to be the only way out of the difficulties into which the English land-holders and land-tillers find themselves as the result of several centuries of their peculiar land laws . While we find it referred to abroad as a strangely novel device to combine the interest ot land owners and the tillers of the soil , it can scarcely be so regarded here where farming of all kinds , especially stock farming , on shares , has been in use quite generally , and in many cases quite satisfactorily . On the other hand we find in Europe that cooperation has made far greater headway than with us , in financial and industrial enterprises . In fact , we doubt whether there is a solitary ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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THE ENGLISH CATTLE RESTRICTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 12 August 1880

THE ENGLISH CATTLE RESTRICTIONS A cable despatch on Saturday brought the intelligence that Mr . Arthur Arnold , member of Parliament for Halford , had inlroduced a bill removing the restrictions on the importation of cattle from this country . Mr . James Howard entered upon the discussion and moved as an amendment that it is inexpedient to alter the existing regulations in respect to importation of live stock from the United States until that Government shall have adopted effectual means to prevent the spread of contagious diseases , and until the privy council department has evidence of the United States being so free from contagious diseases to warrant importation of live stock without the present restrictions . Mr . Jacob Bright , Liberal member for Manchester , asserted that the supply of meat to the great towns of that country had been greatly decreased by the existing restrictions , Rt . Hon . Anthony J . Mundella , vice-president of the council , said that according to the be...

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IS IT TO BE A STATE UNIVERSITY ? [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 12 August 1880

IS IT TO BE A STATE UNIVERSITY ? A recent Chicago Times contained an article in reference to the Industrial University at Champaign , 111 ., which , if true , reveals some rather singular , to say the least , proceedings on the part of the Trustees of that institution . The charges contained in the article are based on information received from one who professes to know whereof he speaks . This informant states that he has the best reasons for affirming that the resignations of Dr . and Mrs . Gregory were not tendered in good faith , and that the action of the Board of Trustees in accepting them was merely for the sake of affording an opportunity of passing some complimen- • tary resolutions to be published in the papers throughout the State . He further declares that full salaries were voted them till the first of September , at which time the Trustees hold their next meeting , and that nothing has been done toward securing persons to fill their places . He is convinced that the pl...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 12 August 1880

ADVERTISING . RATES . Per line , Agate type - - 80 cent D 1 SOOUNTS . On Bills over 125 10 percent . $ 50 15 # 100 20 1200 25 Largest circulation of any weekly agricultural paper in the Western or Middle States .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 12 August 1880

ADVERTISERS I Please read the following Certificate and satisfy yourselves that the FARMERS REVIEW has thus far fulfilled its contract with you . CHICAGO POST OFFICE , BUSINESS OFFICE . Chicago , IU ., June 30 , 1880 . To THIS FABMEBS REVIEW CO ., CHICAGO , III . This is to certify that the FAHMHBS REVIEW paid on 2 nd class matter postage as follows : 37 , 844 lbs , - - - $ 750 . 88 * tor the quarter ending to-day . Respectfully yours , FRANK W . PALMER , P . M . By W . a BOLTON , Bec *„ . Clerk . N . B . —One thousand copies of the FARMERS REVIEW weigh one hundred pounds . ¦ This Includes extra edition of April 22 d , IF whea you go to a Grange or Farmer s Club pic-nic you would take along a copy of the FARMERS REVIEW , we think you could easily obtain a good club for our paper . We will gladly send specimen copies for distribution on these occasions if our friends will notify us in time . IN a case between two Milwaukee grain operators , who dealt in grain options , that lately ca...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 12 August 1880

THE FARMERS REVIEW PUBLISHED WEEKLY BV THE jfatmew Kebfeto fflompattB . OFFICE , ROOMS at — » g , LAKESIDE BUILDING . CHICAGO , ILL . Annual Subscription , ¦ - $ 1 . 00 . B . F . STBVBNS , ESQ ., 4 Trafalgar Square , Charing Cross , London , is the authorized agent to receive subscriptions to the FABMBBS REVIEW , ln Great Britain and Ireland . Annual subscription , postpaid , 8 s . (§ 2 . 00 ) .

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EXPORTS OF DAIRY PRODUCTS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 12 August 1880

EXPORTS OF DAIRY PRODUCTS The exportation of dairy products is rapidly . becoming one of , the leading features in our foreign shipments . A few years since the annual exports to Europe included a few hundred thousand pounds , now they amount to millions weekly , and point of value they promise , ere long , to take the fourth rank in our foreign exports . The present magnitude of the trade may be inferred from the fact that the shipments from New York during the six business days ending August the 5 th , aggregated 5 , 600 , 000 lbs ., and for the three months ending July 31 , they were 63 , 761 , 644 lbs . from that port alone . Large shipments were also made direct to Europe from Chicago , and other Western and Middle States markets through Canada . It is stated on gool authority that large amounts of both butter and cheese are purchased in Chicago by Canadian dealers , who ship it to Montreal , and other ports in the Dominion , where it is rebranded and exported to European and e...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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RAILROAD ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 12 August 1880

RAILROAD ITEMS THE following resolution embodies the new rules that are to govern the principal Western railroads in the transportation of freight . Hereafter car loads will not be billed except at ardual weights : Whereas , The piactice of way-billing westbound freights at estimated weights , whieli are known to be less than the actual weights , is quite prevalent , aud in order that this IUOBI pernicious practice may cease , be it ltesolml . That from Sept . 1 it is agreed that property heretofore classified and charged for at rates per car load shall hereafter be charged for at rates per hundred Dnunds , and that no property whatsoever shall be shipped or waybilled as agreed to be transported at less than the actual gross weights , as ascertained by the railroad company s scales , except as may be provided for in agreed west-bound classifications , and ihat orders be given by all the railroads represented at this meeting to see thai this resolution be strictly carried out , and i...

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INSURANCE ITEMS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 12 August 1880

INSURANCE ITEMS . At Smithton , W . Va ., the dwelling of Capt Smith was burned during the last wenk in July . Fortunately for him , the contents were mostly saved , as , being uninsured , the loss would have been very severe . As it is , the loss on dwelling is estimated at $ 1 , 500 . At Avon , 111 ., on the night of the 1 st inst , the barn of J . W . Barlow was struck by lightning and totally destroyed , together with its contents , including four horses . Loss said to be $ 1 , 800 ; insurance $ 500 . Lightning struck the barn of M . B . Nichols , about one mile east of Galesburg , 111 ., on the 1 st insi . The barn contained several hundred bushels of unthreshed wheat and several tons of hay , all of which was consumed . Mr . Nichols was insured ; amount not reported . At Port Wayne , Ind ., on the night of the 1 st inst ., the barn of Augustus Minerson , four miles from the city , was struck by lightning and destroyed , with all its contents . Loss $ 4 ,- 000 ; insured for $ 2...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 12 August 1880

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LITERARY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 12 August 1880

LITERARY [ The following fascinating poem was written by Mrs . Clara B . Heath . It was suggested hy tbe engraving so entitled , and which we offer ln connection with the . AR - KKSREVIEW . See advertisement on the seventh page , of this Issue , ! THE ORPHANS RESCUE Tho storm , that had raged in fury The most of tlie Summer s day , Had spent its force , butthe raindrops Still glistened on leaf and spray . The birds crept out of the shelter Where they had been hid so long , And shook tho rain from their plumage , And warbled an evening song . The rlllscame down from the hill-sides With many a noisy leap : The silent pools In the valleys Were turbid , and dark , and deep . The wind went round to the westward , And the lightning clouds sped on , Revealing a field of azure . For the rain was over and gone . On a swollen stream lay rocking A boat with Its burden fair , A sunny and sweet-faced maiden And ] a boy with golden hair , Thoy were full of the jfoy ot childhood—The sky was with r...

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HORACE McLEAN . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 12 August 1880

HORACE McLEAN . From CasselVs Family Magazine . ( Continued from page 91 . 1 CHAPTER VIII . The sun had sunk lower in the horizon , and the air felt cooler , when Horace awoke from his sleep , much refreshed . Rising to his elbow , he lay resting on it for some moments , smiling to himself as he recalled the vagaries of a dream he had just had—a dream wherein a young lady with a lovely oval face , dark eyes , and scarlet TO - settes on her slippers had played a very conspicuous part—as she not unfrequently did in Horace s waking as well as in his leeping visions . In some measure the impression made upon him by the beautiful girl , whom lie had seen but once at the Boston concert-hall , had now faded from the youth s mind . It might , perhaps , ere this have passed entirely away , had it not been for a singular interest with which her memory had become invested in consequence of that remark addressed to him liy her father when he had stepped back from the carriage to inquire his nam...

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THE HOME . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 12 August 1880

THE HOME . AT THE FARM . BY MAHGA-ET K . SAHOSTK-. Ves , tls true . The blinds are closed , and the front door streams with crape . Surely through the house last eve stole a vague and awful shape , Dimly seen by only one , —viewless , soundless , to the rest ; Only one descried the arrow ere Its death-pang pierced his breast . Why , they say he kissed his wife ! She was sitting by the door With her patient , work-worn hands folded , for the day was o er . And the twilight wind stirred softly , tapped tho lilacs on the pane , While belated bees swung slowly homeward through the scented lane . Ruth ! he said , and touched her brow , gently as a lover might . Stooped and kissed her . sitting there . She was struck with sudden fright . Ah ! what Is It . John ? she cried . Do you think I m going to die . No ! he answered ; no . dear wife . If tis any one , tis I . Full ton years or more had passed since hed given her a word , Thoughtful , feeling-like , caressing . She could scarcely bel...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 12 August 1880

certain organs so unduly and exclusively cultivated that their strength is destructive to other parts of the system . OUR ERRORS . While I urge upon your attention habits which will add to your happiness through life , I must not withhold the fact that all of you will * make mistakes ; all will fall into errors of thought or action ; all will suffer sorrows . At such times what an old man and a stranger says to you on this day may be recalled to your minds and give you hope and courage . There is no sorrow , endured in the right spirit , which you may not make the source of the virtues of patience , gentleness and kindness to others , and these will bring back blessings to yourselves . No mistakes of judgment , if you will but learn their lessons , which will not make you more wise . No errors , no misdeeds in which you may be led , if honestly dealt with and earnestly regretted , which will not lift you up to higher planes of morals and virtue . Penitence opens the doors of heaven ...

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