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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 June 1842

AGRICULTURAL REPOSITORY . THE UNION AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY has now opened its llErosrronr ot 112 Lake Street , and consignments ato solicited of GRAINS , ROOTS , AND SEEDS of all kinds , FRUIT TREES AND SHRUBBERY , GARDENING AND FARMING MPLEMENTS , AND MACHINES , Either common or patented , and anything useful in AGRICULTURE , Commissions fur tho purchase or sale of valuable animals , will receive particular attention . Communications , post-paid , may be addressed lo the Corresponding Secretory Un . Agr . Soc . EEKS BEE HIVE , for saio at tho Repository . ALSO Rights to individuals to make the same . WOOL WANTED . MIRAM NORTON , 134 Loke Street Chicago , will pay the highest market price ( or Wool . Liberal advances will be made to thoso who prefer to send it East to market . Chicago , June 1842 . MILLET SEED for sale at the Repository , 112 Lake Street . BURLINGTON SILK WORM FRAME . Rights lo make and use this frame , for sale at the Repository . YPSILANTI HORTICULTURAL GARDEN &...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 June 1842

. „ Mn BRISTOLS EXTRACT OF sMSAPARILf-A , IS NOW considered the moslapproved medicine for removing disease , arising from an abuse of Mercury , chronic and constitutional diseases , such as Scrofulas , Kings Evil , Eruptions , Obstinate Old Bores , Rheumatic Affections , Salt Rheum , Scald Head , and other diseases atising from an impure state of ihe Blood-Also , Chronic Affections of the Liver , Lungs and Cheat , is now for sale at 124 Lake Street , By S . SAWVER , Jan . 1342 . Exclusive Agent fov Chicago . BRISTOLS BALSAM OF tlOARHOUND , The most valuable Preventative now Known , flOR Consumptions , Coughs , Colds , ASIIK mas , Spilling of Blood , Hoarseness , . Cough , Croups , arrdPulmonary Aft . clions , fu / sale at 104 Lake street , by S . SAWYER , Wholesale ami llcUiil Dealer in DRUGS , MEDICINES , PAINTS , OIL , DYE STUFFS , GROCERIES , i \ -c . NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS . WHOLESALE fc RETAIL . At No , 134 Lako-st . four doors wesl of Clarke Street , Chicago . HIRAM NORTON , ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 June 1842

FOIt SALE , At the Union Agriculturist Office FLOWER SKEOS & GAROEN SEEDS of choice kinds SHRUBBERY , a small lot . BERKSHIRE PIOS , a few for , lllinois money at par BLUE GRASS , & HEMP SEED , a small quantity SUGAR BEET SEED , genuine from France , GERMAN PANIC GRASS , MILLET , DOMESTIC Cor FEE .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 June 1842

Corrected JUM 4 , 1843 . CHICAGO PRICES . ARTICLHS . a elt . * , „» , PROVISIONS Boor . i . j ... ii ; . K > ioo a so . _ 300 do , pocked :.. > l > lirl 5 ... $ 7 ... Pork .. - -V 100 150 . d 250 . do . pockod iJiVliri .... » ,.- . _ 0 .. J . ard it . ® 10 i . _ . 4 } . llutlor do :. 6 . _ , 8 . Choose ; -. do ..,. . * . . 5 . w . 7 . DREAD STUFF , Flour , Superfine . ..- P-rl .... 4 75 , _ 6 OS , do line , .-. ( In 4 00 . 10 4 50 . . to Ijuclt wli . iQl .-..,....-P 100 .... I 00 . tn . ... Corn Mont . « ..,.... f bu « li .,. 2 s . 1 c .. — GRAIN , VVIioat , » -iaterinSpocJi ! , w . lPtni » li .,. . H It . 1 ) 4 do . spring ... . do . 70 © . 60 0 ; iu 1 ( 0 ...,..,..-, IS linrloy do i . 0 Ii , . 58 Corn Slu-llcd do 20 ® . 33 FlnxSccd do , SO ® 1 00 GRASS SEEDS , Jtc . Tiiiiothy pbuell 125 1 50 lilnoGrus 3 00 Rod Top 1 95 RodClovor . t T lb 19 WkitoCtovot .... — Tobacco good ^ paper Ill Hemp . p bushel .... 3 ( 0 Milliit 1 00 Gorman Panic Gross 1 GO

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THE UNION AGRICULTURIST [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 July 1842

THE UNION AGRICULTURIST Western farmer s own Paper , AND WKSTK 11 N PiUMAK FARMER , ruSlislH-il nt Cbicuiro , hlontbly , by tho Union Agricultural Society , tnti orifnn of tlio Illinois Hlato Agricultural So- • i-rty and of other Western Societies . VOL . SKOOND , IW 5 . THu matter is prepared expressly for the irestem JVr . » wr ; one balftu three fourths of it lining nrieiunl , anil tho remainder selected from thirty thru Agricultural pv [ ier * . s . PTery one in tli « United States , that in knoivu to usj uud a Croat variety of olhor exchange Jiuhlieittioits and sr-irn-lifieworlta . In toe firm volume wo published 130 communication ]! , from practical farmors all over thn West ; ami it i * expected this year , tlic papor bcitifj more extensively known , that wo shall be able to ( jive many more . Tbo second volume i . 1 commenced with lathe , pages , and contain * more matter than any other agricultural naporiu tho U . S . It is expected the subscriptions will enable tha II , A ...

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COMMUNICATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 July 1842

COMMUNICATIONS For the Union Agriculturist . CORN FOR . SHEEP . I have a ewe which was wintered almost entirely on corn , that has raised me three iambs this spring and keeps them well . She has done the same for me once before . She lambed before there was any grass , and gave plenty of milk for tho three lambs , with no other feed than corn and corn-fodder . If any ono has any bettor evidence of the value of any kind of feed for sheep , especially for ewes in raising lambs , Jet us havo it . Incog s Criticism . —My chief object in this communication is to enter my protest against i-otno part of Incog s review in the May number of ihe Union Agriculturist . Too much time is taken lo show off in the small difference of opinion between tho editor and Incog . It is of loo Utile importance to occupy much time or space with . My greatest objection , however , is to the indirect attempts to criticiso tho stylo of H . Andrews , on tho value of ihe roller . Had I tho power , I would veto ev...

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THE UNION AGRICULTURIST [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 July 1842

THE UNION AGRICULTURIST lie UHION IS STRENGTH JULY 1842 . OFFICERS OF THE U . A . S . -JAMST . Grmmu , ofKono Co . President . Lxwu ELLSWORTH , DU Page ) THSROK D . BREWSTER , LaSalle | WK . NOBLE DAVIS , Kendall J . Vice Pros . WILLIAM SMITH , Will 8 KTH WASHBURN , Lake ¦ J E . W . BHEWSTIR , Kane Treasurer . J « o . S . WIUOHT , Cook Kec . Sec . Do- do . Cor . Sec . AN AGRICULTURAL TOUR . On Tuesday the 14 th ult , SOLON ROBINSON , Esq . called on us , and very soon arrangements were made fur taking a trip together in the • ountry , and seeing what were the prospects r » r agricultural improvement within ihe District of the Union Ag . Society . Appointments for several meetings were made , the first of -which was at NapcivilU .-On Thursday at i P . M ., the m * oiing wos called to order , Captain BOABD- * u blD & appointed Chairman . The notice had been very short , but wo were most agreeably surprised lo see more than 100 farmers collected to hear an address from Mr ....

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USEFUL RECIPES . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 July 1842

USEFUL RECIPES . HORN An .. —From away up tho Mississippi , we know not how many hundred miles above Galena , we receive an excellent letter from an agricultural friend , P . PRESCOTT , Esqr . of Lake St . Croix . There being some portions not absolutely necessary to tho right understanding ofthe symptoms of horn-ail and the remedy , wo shall abridge it . Last January he observed one of his oxen breathed shortly , and a few days after ho observed it again , but thought no moro of it till about a month after he jaw a bunch formed on tho oxtide , which ho could not indent wilh his hand . The bunch increased in sizo during the month of Feb . till it became half as largo as a man s l . cal . nnd about the lOiliof March it broke and discharged matter in large quantities . The next morning : he found ono of tho horns lopped down , and large quantities ol matter running down his head . The stump oi the horn , ahuut throe inches long , was loft , about which ho fastened a cloth , ond it hea...

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~ H 0 US E H DID " 0 EPARTMENT . " [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 July 1842

~ H 0 US E H DID 0 EPARTMENT . For the Union Agriculturist . SPRUCE BEER —Take 22 quarts of water add two quarts of molases ; a table spoonful of ginger , one fourth oz . Ess . spruce , and ono pint of yeast—stir all well together , let it stand over night and bottle for use . It should be kept in a cool place in warm weather . This will be found a good ann healthy drink at nil seasons ofthe year , but more so for the . summer season . Another moro valuable may bo made called Minute Beer , which is to be made in such quantities as wanted for immediate uso . Take as much water as may be wanted : say two quarts ; four large spoonsfull of molasses , same quantity of good vinegar and half a spoonfull of fine ginger , mix these well together in ihe water ; then to thismixtureaddhalfofa large spoonful of sal-eratus in powder and stir and drink when in a state of effervescence . This will bo found not only a delicious drink in warm weather , but also a healthy beverage . — The proportions ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 July 1842

FRUIT TREES FOR SALE . ( THHEEdilorof the Union Agriculturist is JL authorised to contract for the sole ol any amount of APPLE TREES over l OOOand not exceeding 6000 , to bo delivered at Chicago , about tho 10 th of Nov . next , in good order . Tho price lo bo $ 12 50 per 100 lo be paid nn dolivery lo the agent , at Chicago . Each 100 trees to be packed separately nnd lo contain from 10 to 20 varieties , embracing ;! srries of earlyand lalo fruit , which will furnish the purchasers with good apples every day in the year . — Each variety in the package labeled separately and warranted lo be of the kind described . — The above trees will bo taken from n r . ur » ery of about 60 , 000 , embracing over 100 varieties of tho most popular and well known apples in ihe United Stoles . The trees proposed to be sold will be of two season s growth from the grafts , from three lo seven frel high . EIJSONIIARKNESS . Fruil Form . Pooria co . June l » 12 . 7 t FOR SALE , At the Union Atirirullurisl...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 July 1842

AGRICULTURAL REPOSITORY . THE UNION AGRICULTURAL SOC 1 IV TY line now opened its REPOSITORY at 11 3 Lnko Street , nnd consignments nro solicited ol GRAINS , ROOTS , AND SEEDS of all kMs . FRUIT TREES AND SHRUBBERY , GAHDENIHO AKD FAHM 1 N 0 IMPLEMENTS , AND MACHINES . Either common or patented , and anything useful in AoittCULTURE . Commissions for the purchase or sale of valuable oniinols , will rcccivo particular attention . Communications , post-paul , may bo addressed In the Corresponding Secretary Un . Agr . Soc . BRISTOLS ~ EXTRACT OF SARSAPARII . r . A , f 8 NOW considerod the most approved medicine for removing disease , arising from an abuse ofMerctiry , chronic and constitutional diseases , . such as Scrofulas , King s Evil Eruptions , Oh .-linale Old Sores , Rbeii . iiniic Affections , Salt Rhoum , Scald Mead , and other diseases mining from an impure state of ihe Blood—Also , Chronic AfTeeiionsorthc Liver , Lungs and Chest , is now for sale at 134 Lakii Street , bv S . S...

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Western Farmer ' s own Paper . THE UNION AGRICULTURIST [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 August 1842

Western Farmer s own Paper . THE UNION AGRICULTURIST AND WESTERN IMUllUE FARMKIt , FuMishnd nt Chicago , Monthly , liy tins Union . tgrkulttml Soeiotv , tlio organ of tha Illiiioin Stutts Agricultural Sociixiy out ! of otter Western Societies . VOL SECOND , 1843 . Tlin mutter !« prapnred expressly for tlm IVatem Farmer ; one liulftntfircofonrtlisof it lining oriiriiinl , nnd the romainiler aolKstrit from thirty three jlgricttlturul papers , ( ovnry one in tlio United StaUiS , tlmt is known to us , ) mill n jiront vnricty of other exchaniro publications mid scientific work * . In tlie first volume we published 11 ) 11 columnmentions , from rirnctictd fanners nil over the West ; mid ¦ it is expected tins year , tlm paper licing mnro extensively fkniiwn , tlmt wo shnll he ublo to give mnny more . The second volume is commenced with imtBtpngtB , nnd contains more mnitcrtnim nny other nffrictiUurnl pu- ( wrill the V . S . It is expected tile subscriptions will onn- ( MB tha II . A . S . ...

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TO KASTERN AGRICULTURISTS . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 August 1842

TO KASTERN AGRICULTURISTS . We would remark to those of our Eastern friends that think of visiting this western world , that our next cattle show and fair , held at Aurora , on Fox River , the 19 th of October , will give them an excellent opportunity to judge of the state of agricultural improvement amongst us . We should like at that time lo see from 100 lo 1000 or more from the countries East of the Allogbanles , so that they could judge for themselves of what is to bo done hew towards supplying the human family with the necessaries and luxuries of > e , ~ We will vouch that any one who corii «« will say , he never before saw Jlvt ikousati farmers together ( there will be that man / , at least ) who exhibited so much inleIli | M « »»* e » terprise ; and we can add , he ww «« *>* such a body that will surpass < fc B » ... „„ Should any be coming w / # > * »» «* « r two of that time , they will to •*»»«<¦•« 7 » ; paid for a lit...

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COMMUNICATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 August 1842

COMMUNICATIONS POT the Union Agriculturist HEDGING . Although this subject has been discussed by many of your correspondents , we have had but little infoiontion of a practical character from them . It is to be wished that they will all put their theories into practice and give the results to the public . Do not understand me a * complaining of them . Every material which has ever been thought of being used for live fences anywhere , should be submitted to tho test of experiment uoon our prairies , Here are now thousands of farms in Illinois which cannot be refenced with rails , except at an enormous expense . It is obvious that some other mode than fencing with timber must be adopted . — This is a subject in which the writer has taken a deep interest for the last five years ; and he has , during that time , collected all the in formation within his reach as to the system of hedging in different parts of Europe and in this country , so far as it has been tried . . The result of thes...

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THE UNION AGRICULTURIST [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 August 1842

THE UNION AGRICULTURIST IN UNION IS STRENGTH . AUGUSTWS OFFICERS OF THE U . A . S . JAMES T . GIFFORD , of Kane Co . President . LEWIS ELLSWORTH , Du Page 1 THKROND . BREWSTER , LaSalle j Wat . NOBLE DAVIS , Kendall } - Vice Pres . WILLIAM SMITH , Will j SETH WASHBURN , Lake • j E . W . BREWSTER , Kane Treasurer . JNO . S . WRIGHT , Cook ltec . Sec . Do . do . Cor . Sec . ^ DEPRECIATED CURRENCY . — There is no other way for the farmers to save themselves from loss upon worthless bank paper , but for all to unite in adopting the plan which so many have agreed upon—to receive nothing for their produce but specie or its equivalent ! The merchants cannot do anything , effectually ; for , if they agree to pay out nothing but good money , some speculator from abroad will pay out depreciated paper , if the farmers can be induced to take it : and if three merchants out of five would make specie their standard in selling goods , the other two ¦ would get the custom from the farmers themselve...

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AN ESSAY ON THE IMPORTANCE OF LIME IN SOILS .-No . 3 . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 August 1842

AN ESSAY ON THE IMPORTANCE OF LIME IN SOILS .-No . 3 . BY DARIUS LAPHAM , CIVIL ENGINEER . Continued from page OS . Chemical analysis informs us that , vegetable tissue , or woody fibre , consists of carbon oxygen , hydrogen , and nitrogen , together with earthy , saline , and metallic basin . Plants assimilate those various substances b y means of their vascular organization . The loaves absorb from the atmosphere , oxygen , carbonic acid and water ; and the rools extract from the soil in a liquid or gaseous stale , whatever may be contained beneath tho surface of the earth in a condition suitable lo be absorbed ; and th envo by some unknown process of vitality , tho substances are assimilated and distributed throughout ihe plant , and form , by successive accumulations , a new vegetable . structure . In addition to the proper /«««( of plants , the different species ol tho vegetable kingdom require various inorganic substantos fur their full and perfect development . The silica fou...

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BOTANICAL NAMES OF GRAINS , GRASSES , WEEDS , & c . Continued from page 28 . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 August 1842

BOTANICAL NAMES OF GRAINS , GRASSES , WEEDS , & c . Continued from page 28 . . -a XiOBiw-A limits , L . Eyebrighi : Indian Tobacco . An acrid weed , frequent in pasture 8 - It has been suspected as the cause of slabbering in horses , bnt tho fact is not well ascertained . It is the famous medicine of the Thompsonian Doctors . CO . C OSCUTA EOROPJEA , L . Ska Vinci Dodder , A pernicious vine , frequent among cultivated flax . 61 . C HBNOPOOIOM ALBUM , L . Lamb s quarters : Goose-foot . A coarse weed , common in gardens and cultivated lots . 62 . BETA V ULGARIS , L . Garden Beet : Sugar Beet . A valuable esculent ; the ttricty , called Sugar Beet , much cultivated for feeding stock in winter . The B . Cycla or Mangel I fpurtzel , is also sometimes cultivated , but not extensively . 68 , CICUTA MACULATA , L . Water Hemlock : Wild Parsncp : Spotted Cowbam . A poisonous weed , frequent in wot meadows , 64 , A RCHEMCIRA RIGIDA , Dc . Cowbane . A weed , said to be highly poison...

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HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT- [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 August 1842

HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT- To PREPARE GREEN CORN POR USE IN WINTER . —A few months since , a farmer ate some green corn at our mother s table , which he liked so well that he requests us to furnish the process of coring lo our readers . She has a largo copper boiler of boiling water , which she fills with ears of husked corn , KUCII as arc used fur roasting ears , anil after boiling about ten minutes , the corn is scraped off with an iron spoon , and spread in the sun to dry , either on plates , boards , or cloths . When thoroughly dried , it is hung up in bags , and makes in ( he winter a most delightful dish—almost as good as fresh green corn . The best kind is the sweet corn , of which the bn . st _ variely is that which shrinks , most in dryingFor the Union Agriculturist . IMPROVEO CORN BREAD . —Take cum meal a sufficient quantity to make a stiff butler , with ! pints of sour milk . 3 eggs well beaten ; 2 oss . Nhorlening ; 1 gill gill beet molasses ; a little salt andsaleralus ; gre...

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U SEFUL R EC I PES . ___ [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 August 1842

U SEFUL R EC I PES . ___ DISEASES OP SHEEP [ Continued from page 63 ] Rot . —Kvcry animal , from ihe serpent up to the niiin—lhal is to say , every animal possessed of I in u »— is liable lornt . The inelegance of the term might he overlooked , provided a precise meaning were . iiiaclind to il . Every one , however , seems to place Mine peculiar siguiflliim , and to hang so . ue favorite theory , up . » i il , so thai little wonder need bo oxpreasod either al the varying tenor nf ihe treatment , oral lho misalinl aetoiy conclusions which have been drawn regarding il . The word Hot , when employed in speaking of man , implies what , in popular language , is called consumption , and is applied to lhat disease only ivhun it affects the lungs , Thus , the fork-grinders ol Sheffield , who , from the nature of their employment , are much exposed io the exciting causes of consumption , and who , at uu early age , fall victims to it , are said , by ihe people of that town , lo die of rot . ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 August 1842

FRUIT TREES FOR SALE . THE Editor of the Union Agriculturist is authorised to contract for the sale of any amount of APPLE TREES over 1000 and nut exceeding 0000 , to be delivered at Chicago , about the 10 th of Nov . next , in good order . The price lo be & 12 50 per 100 lo be paid on dolivery lo the agent at Chicago . Each 100 trees to be packed separately and to contain from 10 lo 20 varieties , embracing a series nf earl v and late fruit , which will furnish the purchasers with good apples every day in the yoar . — Each variety in the package labeled separately and warranted lo bo of the kind described . — The above trees will bo taken from a nursery of about 00 , 000 , embracing over 100 varieties of the most popular and well known apples in the United States . The trees proposed to he sold will be of two season s growth from the grafts , from three to seven feel high . EDSON HARKNESS . Fruit Farm , Peoria co . June 1842 . 7 t FOR SALE , At the Union Agriculturist O...

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