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BREAKING COLTS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 26 August 1880

BREAKING COLTS This subject , says T . F . Kmsel , in Ohio Farmer , is of great importance , not only to farmers , but to all who own or drive horses . A colt improperly trained to harness may , by bad conduct , endanger the life of the driver at any time . I have trained a good many colts to drive double and single , and to bridle . To get a good , true , trusty team , I would rather have two of same age and train them together , first to double and then to single harness . I would never try to handle a colt without using the cord to teach him that he can be handled at will . The idea of trying to break a colt hy main strength has long since exploded , and has been the cause of upsetting many a man s temper and touching the colt a lesson he never ought to learn , viz : that he is stronger than his master . Tf a man keeps Ii is temper and knows what he wants a colt to do , and patiently teaches him , I have the first one yet to sec that ever refused to do Ihe work culled for when he...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
QUERIES AND ANSWERS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 26 August 1880

QUERIES AND ANSWERS QUERY : CONTUSION OP THE WITHERS . J . T . B . , Mitchelsburg , Ky ., writes . He says : My two-year-old mare is threatened with a fistula of the withers . Will you please give the nature and causes of the disease , also the treatment before and after it breaks ? I dont think there has been any thing said in regard to this disease in the Veterinary Column of the FARMERS REVIEW since I have been a subscriber . Also give me the name of and where to get the cheapest book that gives the complete anatomy of the horse . ANSWER : Saddle horses are perhaps more liable to injuries of the above character than any other class , simply because they are more exposed . This is no doubt to be attributed to the undue pressure which is sometimes produced by a heavy rider , and often aggravated by a bad-fit-ting saddle . The first thing that is noticed in these cases is a tumor of variable dimensions , hot , swollen and tender . At this stage of the disease if proper precautions a...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 26 August 1880

CATTLE . VKRKV ALDRICH , TIskllwa , 111 ., Breeder of Short-Horn cattle from best stock . DR . W . A . PRATT , Elgin , III ., breeder of pareand gradeHolstein cattle . Young stock foraale ; also Poland-China swlne . ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY . A . breeder * of Short-Horn and Jersey cattle , and Berkshire and Poland-China swlne . Stock for sale . E . L . LAWBBHOB , Champaign , 111 . SAMUEL STRATTtm . Litchfield , Ills ., Importer and breeder of Jersey cattle . Also , breeder of Cotswold sheep and Chester White pigs . SWINE . SAMUEL T . K . PRIME , Bertholly Home Stock Farm , Dwtght , Livingston County . Illinois , Breeder of Berkshire Swlne from the best imported stock . Jerusalem Artichokes for sale .

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 26 August 1880

VETERINARY All subscribers to the FARMERS REVIEW are entitled to the privilege of consulting tho VETERINARIAN who ha * charm ar this Department FKKE OF ¦ GXrJBMBH . on Mix dlMM .. Inoldentsil to Hones , Cattle , Sheep , Swlne fend Poultry . Be particular to srive full name and address , • o that if necessary we mar answer by letter .

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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THE DAIRY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 26 August 1880

THE DAIRY SAGE CHEESE . The method of making sage cheese—so far as the setting of the milk for cogulation , the cutting , cooking and working the curds are concerned—is the same as for the manufacture of ordinary cheese produced at the factory or farm dairy . The only difference between sage and factory cheese consists in the application of the flavoring extract of sage and the coloring matter . These are managed in the following manner : The sage is steeped in hot water so as to extract its flavor , and the liquid is then strained through a flne cloth , when it is ready for use . It is added to the milk at the time of using the rennet or immediately before , and thoroughly stirred into the milk , so that all parts may flavored alike . There is no particular rule as to quantity , as some prefer a flavor of sage more or less strong . The operator , therefore , must be guided by his taste or what his customers may demand , using more or less of the flavoring extract to suit . The colo...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 26 August 1880

NEW MUSIC BOOKS ! CURIOSITIES OF MUSIC . A collection ol fads not generally known , regarding the music ot Ancient ami tsmvige A mtloii * . ( Si . 00 . ) Hy LDUIS O . BLSOX . Here is musical history In a most entertainiiiK form , the salient and important fart * lieing wrought intii very readable stories of what happened In • Slilna , . lapau . India . Egypt . Greece and Ancient Europe . There are also stories of the middle ages , and of the early ( lays of Opera . EXAMINE OUR SPLENDID NEW BOOKS . For Schools : „ . „ SONG HELLS . 1 .. O . Emerson S . 50 For High Schools : WUICOMK CHORUS . W . S . Tlluen .... 1 . 00 ForSiniflny Schools : VVHlTli KOHK-. Abbey and Munger 30 For Teniventnce : Tmal * . JBWKL . Tenney mid Hodman . . 35 TEflll . LIGHT . IliiggandScrvoss . 12 For SlnaiW Schools : VOICE OF WORSHIP . I .. O . Emerson 1 . 00 TKHILK . W . il . Her . his 1 . 110 JOHNSONS METHOD . A . N . Jolinsou . 00 For Ileetl Organs : PARI OK OitDAN INSTRUCTION HOOK . Hv A . N . Jo n son 1 . ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 26 August 1880

STATEMENT OF THE CONTINENTAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY , ioo & 102 BROADWAY , - - NEW YORK , JULY 1 , 1880 . Cash Assets . - $ 3 , 605 , 598 . 42 RESERVE FOR RE-INSURANCE OF OUTSTANDING RISKS , 1 , 221 , 204 . 43 RESERVE REPRESENTING ALL OTHER CLAIMS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS , - 224 , 072 . 06 CAPITAL ( PAID UP IN CASH ) , $ 1 , 000 , 000 . 00 UNALLOTTED SURPLUS ( RESERVED FOR CONTINGENCIES ) , -- . - - 100 , 000 , 00 NET SURPLUS , - - - 1 , 059 , 061 . 93 Surplus as regards Policy-holders , $ 2 , 159 , 661 . 93 . i N . B . — REMEMBER that the CONTINENTAL has com- / plied with the New York S URPLUS or GUARANTEE / RESERVE L AW , by which ITS DIVIDENDS TO ITS STOCK- / ^ HOLDERS ARE LIMITED while the surplus profits / ^ thus obtained go to form an ENORMOUS RESERVE / ( already amounting to very nearly ONE / M ^^^ MILLION DOLLARS ) . Of this RESERVE one- / ^ % lW / half ( deposited with the State authorities ) / //^ faff / is devoted to the protection of policy-holders , / ^ mm */ ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 26 August 1880

THE frame and photograph to be presented to every person who subscribes with oar agents at the Fair , is admitted by all who have seen it to be the best thing yet . Remember that every subscriber is entitled to one free . Any one who attends a fair at which the REVIEW has no representative can get up a club for us without waiting for instructions , and one of these beautiful frames with photo , will be sent by mail to each subscriber in the club , and the person getting up the club can retain 25 per cent , of all the subscriptions so taken by him , remitting balance to us by money order or in a registered letter . Those who prefer to obtain the beautiful picture premiums advertised in the FARM - ERS REVIEW will find the Fairs afford them a flne opportunity to do so . An extra copy of the REVIEW will be sent as a sample to any subscriber who will try to get up a club . Five subscribers will get the four pictures . THE sixth annual display of bees and their produce has just taken plac...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 26 August 1880

THE FARMERS REVIEW rUBUSHED WartCLY BV THE jFatmtts Kfbieto ( Kompang . OFFICE , ROOMS ii & ag , LAKESIDE BUILDING . CHICAGO , ILL . Annual Subscription , ¦ • $ 1 . 00 . B . F . 8 TBVBM 8 , Esq ., 4 Trafalgar Square , Charing Orosa , Loudon , ! s tbe authorized agent to receire subscriptions to tbe FAB JIBES REVIHW , in Great Britain and Ireland . Annual subscription , postpaid , • a . ( f 2 . 00 ) .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 26 August 1880

4 READ CD • BEAD tbe Sheaf Item * . ** READ Bronson Murray s letter about the unl22 verslty . ¦ g BEAD the good points about barbed wire •— fences . > BEAD how to renovate worn out land . IZ BEAD Mr . Kenny s letter concerning sorghum O in Minnesota . S BEAD IntneGarden , No . 22 . § BEAD the way they treat orchards and Tines yards In Kansas . . O BEAD the comparative value of small and * * large fruit . © BEAD Prof . Riley s instructions concerning >» the cotton worm . . 2 BEAD about the insect plagues of Russia . grj BEAD of the qualities of eggs as food . ^ BEAD how to transfer bees . ¦ * * CB BEAD the extended and Interesting- crop r < stP tm ports . OJ -, BEADtheaccuratemarketreports . to • SS BEAD the news Items . ep BEAD the live stock notes . Js BEAD about the ranchmen . + 1 O BEAD how to break colts . _ BEAD the items about the color of animals . v 2 BEAD tbe answers to correspondents ln vetOd to erinary department . ° * BEAD how to make sag...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 26 August 1880

ADVERTISING RATES . Per line , Agate type - • 80 cents . DISCOUNTS . On Bills over » 25 10 percent . » 50 15 « 1100 20 | 200 25 Largest circulation of any weekly agricultural paper in the Western or Middle States .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 26 August 1880

ADVERTISERS I Please read the following Certificate and satisfy yourselves that tbe FARMERS REVIEW has thus far fulfilled Its contract with you . CHICAGO POST OFFICE , BUSINESS OFFICE . Chicago , IIL , June 30 , 188 ft To THK FARMERS B EVTKW Co ., CHICAQO , IIL This is to certify that the FARMERS BEVIEW paid on 2 nd class matter postage as follows : 87 , 844 Iba , - - ¦ # 758 . 88 * for the quarter ending to-day . BMpectfollr yours , FRANK W . PALMES , P . M . FyW . H . BOLTOM , Bee s ; . Clerk . N . B . —One thousand copies of the FARMERS Bsvnw weigh one hundred pounds , tTMJ Includes extra edition Qf April 23 d ,

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A NEW PROJECT IN ENSILAGE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 26 August 1880

A NEW PROJECT IN ENSILAGE A new experiment in ensilage is to be tried at the sugar works of Maj . McDowell at South Elgin , in this State . It is this : A large amount of maize is to be crashed for the sugar experiment . This will be cut up in the usual manner , the tassel cut off , the ears plucked , and the stalks and leaves run through the mills . The begasse will at once cut into small pieces and placed in a silo and its properties as fodder tested when the silo is ready to be opened . Maj . McDowell is of the opinion that this fodder in connection with the ground seed of the sorghum cane will contribute the very best of food for nearly all kinds of domestic animals . If such proves to be the case the experiment will be one of the greatest value to our farmers . The fodder thus produced would much XKVOTO *\»« . r . r » ssy for tl * Q growing of tSAO crop , leaving the sugar product as a profit .

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SUGAR MAKING [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 26 August 1880

SUGAR MAKING The Agricultural Department at Washington will continue its experiments in sugar making under the management of Prof . Collier during this Fall and early Winter . It is intended to make a very thorough investigation into all the details of the growth and possibilities of sorghum and maize , and with this view some 200 acres of these products are under cultivation . Of this there are forty-two varieties of sorghum and eight varieties of Indian corn , though in the former case , it is thought many aje the same , but having been raised in various parts of the country , have taken different names , according to the fancy of the growers of the cane . It will be a part of the work of the Department to re-classify these specimens . Further than this a carefully tabulated statement is being prepared from day to day which indicates the changes in the growth of the product as it approaches maturity and gives the amount of sucrose , glucose , starch and other ingredients developed...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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THE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE QUES -TION . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 26 August 1880

THE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE QUESTION . In another column we present a communication , regarding the Industrial University , from Mr . Bronson Murray , one of the prime movers in arousing the public , many years ago , to the necessity of special schools for the children of the farmers and mechanics of the State . Mr . Murray puts in a just and manly protest against the system of management that has so persistently struggled to make of this institution a university in the full scholastic meaning of the term , instead of what it was designed to be and for which it was endowed by the Government of the United States . When Congress passed the Act giving to each State a magnificent endowment from the public domain for the establishment of an industrial school , the State legislatures were immediately besieged by existing colleges for a share , or the whole of the funds arising therefrom , for the purpose of adding to their existing departments one for the special instruction of agricultural ...

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POLITICAL CANDIDATES AND AGRICUL TURAL INTERESTS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 26 August 1880

POLITICAL CANDIDATES AND AGRICUL TURAL INTERESTS . From time to time the FARMERS REVIEW has discussed the sphere and duties of our Department of Agriculture . In doing so it has refrained from including in such discussion any reference to the present Commissioner of Agriculture , and this not from any desire to withhold from Mr . Lie Duo any of the praise justly due to that gentleman s efforts to raise the Department in tbe estimation of the general public , outside of the agriculturists , or to his determination , acknowledged even by those who opposed his methods , to accomplish something for the benefit of the farmers directly , and consequently indirectly for the whole country , and we may say here , without going into any details of Mr . Le Due s work , that the question of Northern sugar production alone , which he has pushed so vigorously , will always be connected , to his very great credit , with his administration . Before very long the entire success or failure of his eff...

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THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY FRUIT EX HIBITION . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 26 August 1880

THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY FRUIT EX HIBITION . The great fruit exhibition , to be held in St . Louis September 7 , 8 and 9 , promises to be the largest exhibition of the kind ever held . Twenty-one States have already applied for space , and exhibits are being received daily to be placed in cold storage . The Merchants Exchange Hall , where the exhibition is to be held , is the largest in America , and is , in fact , the only hall in which such an exhibition could be properly made . We are glad to know that one important change is to be made in the usual arrangement of the fruits ; instead of arranging the whole exhibit of a State or locality on a single table , as is commonly done , varieties will be placed together , no matter from where they may have come . For instance , all the Bartlett pears will be placed on the same table—so with each variety of all other fruits . This will greatly facilitate the work of the judges , and will be an invaluable assistance in comparing fruits from ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 26 August 1880

blxtAWBJiiRiILIliS ges * . liest , and moist , productive—Mf . Veruou Seedling and Kirktvoocl , each yielded in 1880 at the rale of 10 ,- OoO quarts per acre , and averaced in market 19 e . per quart . 4 u acres Strawberries and Raspberries . Kietter x Hybrid liliirht-Proof l >< -ar . Forts Years Experience In War Growing , telling how to avoid the Might . • l urf y Years Amonif Small Fruits , tellniKiufmtaud how to plant . Either sent by mail for 15 c . ; uoth for 25 c . Catalogues of Krulcs andjKlowersfree « WM . PAKRY , 01 miamlnson , N .. I The Best Truss Ever Used . Send for descriptive circular to N . Y . Elastic Truss <! o .. 683 Broadway . New York .

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INSURANCE ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 26 August 1880

INSURANCE ITEMS LIGHTNING sometimes plays curious freaks . I was at Mr . Williams s nurseries a few days since . A severe thunder shower passed over the place , during which a bolt struck a row of grape-vines about twenty yards from the house . The boit descended on the end post of tbe trellis , and broke into numerous little balls , which took to the wires , and ran the whole length of the trellis , several hundred feet long . The post first struck was badly splintered ; the the second , some fifty feet distant , was split , and the others seemed to have escaped unin jured . The performance on the wires was singular enough . They were cut off smoothly at the first part , and at intervals pieces about afoot long were cut clean out and dropped to the ground . In some places the wire was cut only half through . This was the condition of things for perhaps a hundred feet , and the vines for that distance had mostly fallen to the ground . The fluid passed along the rest of the wires wit...

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