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The Prices of Farm Trouneti . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 June 1860

The Prices of Farm Trouneti . The prices for all kinds of farm produce are well sustained , and bid fair to continue . There seem then nothing to prevent the farmer growing richer every year . The great thing is to so manage —by industry and proper cultivation of the soil : —as to have plenty of something to sell . If he does this , the prices his surplus stock will command will soon place him in a position of independence and comfort . We would ¦ again urge our farming friends to cultivate no more land than can be cultivated well . If you have been in the habit of planting forty acres to corn every year , atop and think whether you cannot raise as much from thirty acres , rightly tilled , as you could from the forty , run over in the usual style . If you shalj be convinced that the thirty acres are susceptible oi netting you as great a crop aB the forty acres have previously produced , just calculate some of the advantages to be derived from this going over a less quantity of groun...

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EDITOR'S TABLE . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 June 1860

EDITORS TABLE . Here on trie threshold at the month of rases ure again greel the renders of the FARMER . Another moon has waxed and waned , and the summer ran now sends down its ardent beat , tempered with the showers ol Jane , the crop prospect wean the most auspicious promise , and wo hall our readers with bounteous and brightening hopes . With improved health , we take up the pen amid the bustle of the spring season to jot down the progress of improvement , and to make such suggestions aa mav seem useful . EE ^ Green Peas , raised In the open garden , have been served up at the CentralW House , for the past week . —CEHTRALU REPUBLIC , of Stay 23 d . Green peas from onr garden were served np the 26 th . — Strawberries the same day . FAWKES * STEAM PLOW—Stands where left last autumn . We have nothing new In relation to Its movement , or whether It Is to move at all . This silence mar he ominous of future success . The fever , heat of steam plowing appears to have subsided , and the...

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COMMERCIAL . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 June 1860

COMMERCIAL . SYRTNOFIELT ) MARKET—MAY 29 . WTTEAT—* 1 25 @ 1 SO a bu ; I BACON—Sides , 0 c 33 B >; FLOUR— ¥ 0 fi 0 ® 7 60 ^ bbl ; I EGGS—7 © Sc $ } doa ; CORN— 25 @ 80 c l £ t bu ; | LAltU—10 c « lb : CORN MEAL-50 c $ bu : SLOAR—9 © 10 c $ 3 lb ; OATS—25 © 80 c B bo ; COFFEE—13 © 15 c a tt >; BEANS— $ 1 <& 1 25 $ bu ; MO LASSES-45 © o 5 c $ gal ; BRAN—10 c W bu ; SALT—* 2 $ sack : S 1 IORTS—15 c a bu ; SALT— * 2 ^ bbl ; TIMOTHY SD—82 @ 2 25 ; MACKEREL—12 @ 13 Sol ; HUNOARIAN S D—60 @ 75 c : CODFISH— $ 0 60 $ 100 ; MILLET—41 V bu ; APPLES—Dried , * 2 OOWbu ; CLOVER—* 4 50 33 bu ; WOOD— $ 2 C 0 tg . 8 Wcord ; POTATOES—New , 40 © 50 c ; COAL—10 c S 3 bu ; UAY- * J @ 3 ^ ton ; WUISKV—85 @> 2 Sc $ ? gal ; TALLOW—8 l-2 @ 9 c ?» lb ; VINEGAR—10 c M gal ; SOAP—Bar , 4056 c W lb ; BROOMS— $ 2 00 @ 2 508 doj ; CANDLES—121-2 c 8 box ; MUTTER—l »@ 15 c % J ffi ; PICKLED Pk— $ S @ 10 $ 100 ; HIDES—Dry , best . He : BACON— Hamsl 0 @ 10 #$ lb...

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NEW YOliK 0 ATTLE MARKET-MAY 23 . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 June 1860

NEW YOliK 0 ATTLE MARKET-MAY 23 . L Abridged from the New York Times , ] Of the 3 , 724 bullocks yarded at Forty-fourth street , this week , so far as wo could ascertain their origin from owners nnd salesmen , nnd from the yard books , 1 S 4 head came from New York , 110 from Indiana , 1 , 452 from Illinois ^ S 2 from Pennsylvania , 017 from Iowa , 459 from Missouri , 3 S 5 from Kentucky , 20 fi from Ohio , 53 from Texas , 25 from Virginia , and IS from Blichlgan . Taking the overage or the entire transactions of this Weeks market , yesterdays sales being Included in those of to-day , and getting down those of last week for comparison , we have the following quotations ; To-day . Last week . Premium cattle None . None . First quality 9 # @ 10 c . 9 # <& 10 c . Medium quality 8 K © S * £ c . 81 f @ 8 & e . Poor quality .... 7 > £ @ Sc . 7 , ^@ 7 & o . Poorest quality 1 H <& 7 )< c . § H ® 7 c ...

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 June 1860

PEJEBHTIMS . To Stats ani County Agricultural Societies . I TAKE THE LIBERTY OF CALLING your attention to my very large stock of SILVER WARE , suitable for Premiums for State and County Agricultural Societies . llarlns furnished the State , nnd many Counties , for tho last six years , I do not hesitate in paying that my long experience and facilities enables me to furnish Premiums on as favorableterms as ( my house in the United States . Every article of my manufacture is stamped with my name—and every article BO stamped is warranted pure as old American coin . A DEDUCTION MADE TO SOCIETIES . The full amount culled for by the Premium List will ho fumislicd—the society returning what they do not award . Soliciting a share of your patronage , I shall endeavor to merit the same by a prompt and careful execution of your orders . Yours , most respectfully , GEO . IV . CflATTERTON . Springfield , III ., June 1 , lSG 0-3 m ; TTENR-y FOLSOM & CO ., Southwest Comer Washington Ave...

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 June 1860

COX & ROBERTS PATENT THRESHER AND CLEANER . These Machines thresh and clean the Grain ready for market , without waste , la a manner superior to any other machine now In ose . They have been thoroughly tested for a . number of years past , several hundred having been made and sold by us , giving the most- entire satisfaction . They are thomost siMPLB and EASILY MAITAG ED machine now in use , and BDTUBI . E in Uieir construction , requiring LESS FOWKB and TIIBKSB FASTER Uian any other Thrasher and Cleaner in the United States . At a trial of Machines at the Fair or the St . Xouls Agricultural and Mechani cal Association in 1853 , our Machine wlth / owr Aorwa , threshed andJcleaned « K » i- « wA « r ( , in better style , in a given time , than any four or eight horse maihins on liiegromii andreceived the FIBST premium , and a the late great Fair of the St . Louis Agricultural and Mechanical Association , In 1 S 59 , our Machines received the nast premium for best four hors...

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 June 1860

^\ T HEELER & WILSON . SEWING HAOHIITES . M . 133 North Fourth Street , St . Louis , Mo . The elegance , speed , noiselessness and simplicity of the machine ; the beauty and strength of the stitch ; being alike onbothsides , Impossible to ravel , and leaving no chain or ridge on the under side ; thecconomy of thread and adaptability to the thickest or tldnnest fabrics , have rendered this tho TUB HOST SUCCESSFUL ASD POPtTLAB Family Sewing machine Wow Made . At my office , I sell at New York prices , and give INSTRUCTIONS FREE OF CHARGE , to enable purchasers to gew ordinary icarna , hem , fell , quilt gather , bind and tuck , all on the same machine , and warrant for three years . The following commendations are selected from a mass of similar documents , with which a volume might easily be filled . We feet gratified to know that many other persons of the highest literary , political and social standing In this country , have volunteered their warm approval of our Family...

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 June 1860

T ^^~^ v PIANOS AND ¦ ^^ ^ ^^^^^^ J ^^^ ln ¦* - REED , 49 North Fifth Bpfl- tBWffry ^ wl ^ SgwSfla-l | Wholesale and Retail [ IJJIff t j • ¦ If Co : s World s Fair Prize =- WW . 1 !• \ i MI We < lal Fu Iron Frame ^ 5 ya 8 jf iffSfSp ^ ffiSj ^ jfl Fortes ; Uallet , Davis k ^^^ ptg ^ a ^*^ % S | ggrTJD = Oo . s Celebrated I atent — rr ^ -r ^^ r-j ^ Z-:- ^— Curved Scale and Repeating Grand Action Piano , with entire Iron Frames . Every Instrument fully warranted . Also , Mason & Hamlin s unrivalled Melodeons and Harmoniums for Parlors , Churches , Seminaries and Lodges ; all of which have received upwards of sixty gold and silver medals for their superb Instruments . A liberal discount to Clergymen , Seminaries , Vestries , Churches and Lodges . . Orders by letter or otherwise prompty attended to . Pianos tuned and repaired In tlie best manler . mayldawCm TREATS CONFIDENTIALLY ALL DISEASES of the genital organs , at No . 110 North Third street , St . Louis , Mo ....

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 June 1860

TO Architects , Builders , CARPENTERS , MACHINISTS , AND * DECORATORS . XOW PUBLISHING WEEKLY , TUE # • Architects ana Jflechanics * JOURNAL , The only Illustrated Weekly publication oflts klndln this country , and Indispensable to all engaged in Building and Mechanical Operations . EDITED BY PRACTICAL MEN . Who are well known aa among the ablest men in this country . Every week , Illustrations appear of great practical utility such as Engravings of New Buildings Already erected , now going up , or Intended for erection , In different parts of the country . Designs and Working Details Connected with Building operations , of great value to Architects , Builders and Carpenters . The Mechanical Department Is enriched by Engravings connected with new Inventions , aa well as a complete synopsis or everything which is going forward In the Mechanical World . Subscription , $ 2 per annum , In advance . tS ? Send 25 cents for five weekly numbers , as samples . the Scientific American , of Oc...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 June 1860

¦ ^ 3 BfiB I ^ SK - ^? Jflig &* - i ^ wbwS 2 W * 1 C ^»\ MBI W ^? 5 \ f /^ - - ^ - ^ l ^ aRfi JHL * j * - ^ aidfc-u * x * nzfc > f ^ blBlfei * - ** . ; % - V * J ?^ * *^ - itV ** * ? THE MQUISTON 8 HELLER AND HORSE POWER . MANUFACTURED B Y J . C . CAKE . For particulars address . ISAAC P . ATWATER , Morris , Grundy County ; Illinois . The most perfect , substantial and economical Farmer s SheUer ever built . BLOOSTKOTOS , April 17 th , 1600 . Mr . Isaac P . Atwater . • SIR : —In answer to your questions , I will state that since 10 th November last , I have shelled wiUi the McQTJISTON TWO IIORSE POWER ELEVATOR SHELLER , over 45 , 00 flbushels of Corn , withlessthan 85 expense for repairs , andmy machine is still In good running order and will probably shell as much more . I have shelled , cleaned perfectly and sacked SO bushels n onchour , and can doitany day with goodcorn . Would not sell my machine at any price . If I could not get another just Ike H . Two l...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 June 1860

B . B . LLOYD . DENTIST , ( Om 0 B OH KOHTH FOTIt . STBBBT , OTES 3 . TUtOCBfi S . Springfield , 111 . A DENTIL PRACTICE OF FIFTEEN years warrants him in saying-that all operations shall be carefully and neatly performed . He is tn possession of several premiums and diplomas awarded by the best institutes for the promotion of science and arts in the country . Teeth inserted , from one tooth to rail i seta , aa substantial andhandsomoas can be had in any city of the United States or Europe . Artificial palate plates Inserted , supplying the want or loss of the palate , Tolum and would , so as to restore articulation . - Refer to Prof . David Gilbert , Pennsylvania CoUege of MedIcine , Philadelphia ; Hon . J . S .- Black , Washington City ; Rev . Dr . Harkey , IUinois University ; Drs . Helm , Ryan and Wallace ; Messrs Jacob Loose , J . S . Condell , J . U . Gray , FOB & elman , Owen , Oorneau & DUler . - June 7-1859 PRINCES IMPROVED MXXODEONS . FOR SALE BY GEO...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 June 1860

FRIMCJE & CO . S IMPROVED PATENT MELODEON . GS-EO . -A .- PKIKTCB < Sc CO ., M ^ TXTTaiF ^ QTrTIR . BItS , BTJITAiO . 3 XT .-Z . Wholesale Depot , 87 Fulton Street , New York , and 110 lake Street , Chicago , 111 . - . . • Combining all of their Recent Improvements—Tlie JDividctl Swell , Organ , Jtlelodeon , Ac . TUB DIVIDED SWELL CAN ONLY BE OBTAINED IN MrXOllEOSS OF OUR MANtJFAOTDKE . . —•— . The Oldest Establishment in the United States , Employing Two Hundred Hen , and Finishing Eighty Instruments Per Week . All Melodeons of our manufacture , either sold by as or dealers In any part of the United States or Canadas , are warranted to he perfect In eTCry respect ; and should- any repairs bo necessary before the expiration of one year from date of sale , wc hold ourselves ready and willing to make the same free of charge , provided the injury Is not caused by accident or design . GEO . A . PRINCE & CO ., XIO X .-A . IKE STREET , CHICAQO . IliXilTS...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 June 1860

p 8 0 VI E & BAKER SEWING U & OHIHI ! roa FAMILY AND PLANTATION SEWING . From the very Battering manner in which our Machines have been received by the public , resulting in the sale of upwards of 50 , 000 , We aro led to believe that our endeavors to manufacture A RELIAUL-E MACHINE have been appreciated . IVetake litis opportunity to remark that the policy will remain unchanged , and that EVERY MACHINE SOLD BY US We shall not hesitate to warrant in every respect . TUB GROVER & BAKER SEWING MACHINE has one advantage which is worthy of especial attention , in addition to the peculiar character of the stitch , and that laita adaptation to cither light or medium heavy work . The Machine which at one moment Is used on The Most Delicate Fabric , In a few moments after can be brought to bear with equal facility on cottonades and towels of the coarsest description . Its adaptation for FAMILY WORK , Is thus remarkable , and gives it a inperioritj- over ev...

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THE ILLINOIS FARMER . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 July 1860

THE ILLINOIS FARMER . PUBLISHED MONTHLY , BT BAILHACHE & BAKER , JOCBX . IL OFFICE , SPRINGFIELD , ILLINOIS . M . XJ . PinSTIjAF , Editor . TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION . One copy , one year . In advance ,... ( 100 Five copies , 8 75 Ten and one to the person getting up club 7 SO Fifteen copies and over , C 2 > £ cents each , and one . to person getting up club . CASK RATES OF ADTERTIgraQ . One dollar per square of ten lines , each insertion . SPECIAL NOTICE . { All business letters should be directed to the Publishers , at ; Springfield-, and all communications for the eye of the Editor , and the exchanges , should be directed—ILLINOIS FAIUIKB , Champaign , 111 . ( T ) ie name of the post office at West Urbana has been changed as above . )

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July [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 July 1860

July From brlghtnlng fields of ether , fair disclosed , Child of the son , r « fulgent summer comes , In pride of youth , and felt tbrough nature s depth , He comes attended by the sultry hours , And ever fanning breezes on his way ; While , from bis ardent look , the turning spring Averts her bashful face ; and earth , and skies , AU Btailing , to Ms hot dominion bow . Thompson s Seasons . July is here with his ardent fires , simmering down the juices of the plants to plastic wood , and with mystic hand building up their structures layer after layer , with the wonderous mechanism by which nature loves to do her noble work . The gentle rains and warm winds of spring had opened the bud and expanded the leaf , but it is the duty of summer to envelop the stem in new layers of wood and pile on millions of hexagonal cells , that shall hold the starch in recesses too small for the unaided eye . How wonderful the processes of nature under the ardent gaze of tho . summers sun , how apparent...

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