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Page 15 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 2 September 1880

STATEMENT OF THE CONTINENTAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY , 100 & 102 BROADWAY , - - NEW YORK , JULY 1 , 18 SO . CashJssets . - $ 3 , 605 , 598 . 42 RESERVE FOR RE-INSURANCE OF OUTSTANDING RISKS , _ ; - ¦ - - - • 1 , 221 , 264 . 43 RESERVE REPRESENTING ALL OTHER CLAIMS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS , - 224 , 672 . 06 CAPITAL ( PAID UP IN CASH ) , $ 1 , 000 , 000 . 00 UNALLOTTED SURPLUS ( RESERVED FOR CONTINGENCIES ) , 100 , 000 , 00 NET SURPLUS , - - - l , 05 * i > , 661 . 93 Surplus as regards Policy-holders , $ 2 , 159 , 661 . 93 l N . B . — REMEMBER that the C ONTINENTAL has com- / plied with the New York SURPLUS or G UARANTEE / RESERVE LAW , 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 / Jzfi ^^ MILLION DOLLARS ) . Of this RESERVE one- / ^ ty _ W / half ( deposited with the State authorities ) / $ //?/} 7 wJF / is devoted to the protectio...

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'¦ CHAFF . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 2 September 1880

¦ CHAFF . There 1 B a man ln onr town , And he 1 B wondrous wise ; Whenever he writes the printer man He dotteth all his ia . —Toledo Commercial . Altd when he s dotted all of them With great sangfroid and ease , He punctuates each paragraph , And crosses all his t s . —New Haven Register . Upon one side alone he writes , And never rolls his leaves ; And from the men of ink a smile , And marks insert receives . —Cincinnati Commercial And when a question he doth ask , . ( Taught wisely be hath been ) , He doth the goodly three-cent stamp , For postage back , pat in . —Athens , 0 ., Messenger . A KANSAS paper publishes fourteen rules to be observed during a tornado . When a man in tbat country sees a tornado coming he instantly jerks off his hat and reads the rules pasted therein . By the time he has got through be is either blown over into tbe next county or the tornado has got fifty miles beyond him . HEARD in mid-channel : Robinson— You ve seen more of the world than most people , ...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 2 September 1880

THE CHICAGO COMBINED PATENT Flexible Harrow and Grain Cultivator . ¦ imiiu ftr i HI g-s-c All steel teeth . Best 1 mI If I plement In use . Unequaled Mr * n 1111 Igfv i f t asasodharrowandpulveriTfr ^^ r ^ mWrfTTTVnt ser . Works equally well I ) IKI IBI I il II 1 growing Wheat , PotaIJLuMuuUsUtUMU toes or young Corn . Adds vm i n . vfri ¦ . ¦ u . Kt 6 to 30 bushels per acre to J . r . U . I . 1 . 1 . 1 . RI . I . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . ITTI the yield . 25 to 60 acres JffrflflTTlhTTWrTTTT * Per ° ay cultivated by one * team , will pay for Itself In one year . Send for Illustrated Price List . H . A . Streeter , Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer , 80 to 86 Illinois St , Chicago , 111 . HOPE ^ DEAF Garmore s Artificial Ear Drums PEBFECTI . T BESTOBE THE HEARING aod perform tbe work of the Natural Dram . Always in position , bat Invisible to other * . AU Conversation and even whispers heard distinctly . We refer ta thou using them . Send for descriptive circular . Address JOHN OARMORE - 00 ., 8...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 2 September 1880

iiiiiiiiFBUTfE R^ OLOR It Oires Butter the gilt-edged color the year round . The largest Batter Buyers recommend ttSTUe . . Thousands of Dairymen say IT IH PERFECT . Used by all the best Creameries . Awarded the oteri natlonalDlploma at N . Y . Dairy Fair . Ask your drugglstormerchantf orlt ; or write to ask what ins , what ltcostt , who tincslt , where to get It , wiaJJS , BlOHAMtSW As € »» Pr—ctetsrs , HTUsufT TS ) . SHENANDOAH MINING COMPANY . Capital Stock , $ 3 , 000000 ., 300 , 000 SHAB £ S . # 10 EACH , PAR VALUE . FULL PAID AND NON-ASSESSABLE . Mine located on King Solomon Mountain , in San Juan County , Colorado . Vein is well denned , now beint ; actively worked with three shifts of men , day and night . The Company expect from the developments made on this remarkable vein of ore , to commence the payment of dividends at no distant day . A limited number of shares of this stock is offered to the public . Parties seeking investment can learn full particulars by addressing W...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 2 September 1880

CHAS . KAEfSTNER & CO ., * * T | * ISBBBBBB V * * Manufacturers of S TJie Kaestner Portable French Burr Stone FEED AND GRIST For Farm HI and Slock Raiser * , alto General 63 South Canal St ., CHICACO . ( Bend for Circular . ) NEW HYDRAULIC RAM ! The only Horizontal Ram made . Will do good work on light fall . Send for circular . ISAAC B . MILLIN 6 T 0 N & . CO ., Chester , Pa . « to GET IHE BEST FARM (jEr GRIST MILL . rtim 3 mWm & m \* r The grinding ; parts are steel . SmmSaVmmlmsmr They take Itts power , are more MSmm ^ mmmk durable , simple , and cheap . sfMlBH Send for descriptive catalogue . ^®^ 2 » F W . LBOYER & BRO . Philadelphia , Pa . Also Manufrs . of Celebrated UnionBorsePower . etc 1 ¦ THE DIN 8 EE & CONARD GOS BB & VTIFIils EVKR-BIKMJMINQ ROSES We deliver STRONG POT ROSES for Winter Bloom and Fall Planting , safely by mail , at all post-offices . FIveSplendidVarietles . vourc wfce , all labeled , f...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 2 September 1880

.: i ^ ujkirj .. « jplUSIUL WOTTDER . ^ ^ PEE AS *^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Do you want a perfect Musical Instrument , rivaling the piano and organ , upon which at sight you can perform as perfectl y as any professor upon the instruments mentioned ? Then send for our Illustrated catalogue of the greatest musical Invention of the age . The Mechanical Ortrulnette , upon which any man , woman or child can play correctly all the popular , classic , operatic , sacred , dance and other music . Amuse yourself , your family and your friends . Prices : 110 . 00 , $ 12 , 110 , S 30 . 00 . $ 76 . 00 and fl 25 . 00 . LYOH & H SALT , State and Monroe Sts .. Chicago . NEW CATTLE BOOK . CATTLE PKOBLKM 9 BXPI . A 1 NED . 30 Original Essaya . wherein The Cause ot Abortion in Cows , Crossing and Meat Quality , Lung Plague and Roe Cholera , Breeding Power and Sterility , The Origin , the Escutcheon or Yield Mark , and other absorbing tattle Problems , are clearly and convincingly explained o...

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WHAT SUBSCRIBERS SAY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 9 September 1880

WHAT SUBSCRIBERS SAY THE FARMERS REVIEW is tbe best paper I ever read . —P . V . WEATHKRBI , Jefferson City , Mo . I THINK every farmer should take It , and read and profit by it—W . K . JACKSON , Hillsboro , 111 . THE FARMERSREVIEW Is the best farmers paper that is published . —E . P . DOKLAP , Lincoln Co ., Dakota . I LIKE your paper very much . Think it one of the best agricultural papers published . — • D . S . SHAFKR , Springfield , Ind . IF you can send the numbers from the 1 st of Januar . v , 1880 , to July , I will give you double price for them . —L . E . HOBBS , Girard Kan . THET are all delighted with the elegance and beauty of the pictures . Success to the REVIEW . I will send you more names presently . —Paos . WM . HujiT ,. Eureka , K-in . PLIASB find one dollar as subscription fot one year . I think your paper is one of the best published ln the West . JOHN OBBYAN , Green Lake Co ., Wis . I AM a reader ot the REVIEW and consider tt the best farm journal published ln t...

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THE SHEAF . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 9 September 1880

THE SHEAF . THE FARMERS REVIEW is the first paper in the United States to print full returns of the exports of grain , flour and meal for the crop year ending August 81 , 1880 . FROM all accounts that we get the apple crop of the United States this year is simply immense . Western New York , Ohio , Indiana and Michigan are the great apple localities , and they have large crops , but this year all the NewEngland and Middle States are well supplied . So it is with Wisconsin , Illinois and Iowa . Thousands of bushels will be sent to Europe . Ocean steamer lines are preparing for this trade . Steamers from Boston and New Tork will go laden with from 2 , 000 to 3 , 000 barrels . Apples for foreign trade should be hand picked , and in all respects handled with the greatest care . It will pay to send only the best of fruit . Popular Science Monthly says that the Gustos of the Berlin Agricultural Museum , Dr , L . Wittmacht , has lately been engaged in the examination of some partly carboni...

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AGRICULTURAL [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 9 September 1880

AGRICULTURAL AN EXPERIMENT WITH INDIAN CORN . TO BE UNDERTAKEN BV A NUMBEtt . OP PROFESSORS IN OUIt AGRICULTURAL COLLEOES . About the middle of August , 1880 , it chanced that a representative of the professors of five different agricultural schools met at Michigan Agricultural College . These were C . L . Ingersoll , Prof , of Agriculture in Purdue University , Indiana ; - — Henry , Prof , of Agriculture in Wisconsin University ; C . C . Georgeson , Prof , of Agriculture and Horticulture in Texas Agricultural College ; F . A . Gulley , Prof , of Agriculture in Mississippi Agricultural College ; and W . J . Beal , Prof , of Botany and Horticulture in Michigan Agricultural College . After much interesting conversation , we each agreed to begin and carry out at least one experiment during the next two years . Each should make the same experiment We were unanimous in the opinion that this working together was a good move in the right direction . Perhaps others may wish to unite with us...

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HORTICULTURAL [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 9 September 1880

HORTICULTURAL IN THE GARDEN-NO . 23 . I have received from several correspondents , complaints about failure in their gardens . One writes : I bought my seed at the store , here , and the clerk said it was fresh , and firstclass . Of some kinds not a seed germinated . In no case did one seed in ten grow . Another says : I sent to , and , and got what I supposed would be good seed . I have never patronized them before , but their catalogue read well , and I took it for granted that what they sent out could be depended on to be just what they represented it . I have no fault to flnd with the seeds growing . They came up well , but they art not what I wanted , and supposed I was getting . Out of three kinds of cabbage ordered I failed to get the kind I wanted , though the packages were labeled correctly enough , —that is , with the names of the kinds I sent for , and the swindle did not consist in falsely labeling them only , but the three packages have produced preciselythe same kind ...

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THE APIARY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 9 September 1880

THE APIARY OUR BEE HIVES . Many arguments have been made about a uniformity of bee-hives . Much has been said in favor of deep frames , and as much in favor of shallow ones , and the most sanguine of our friends are convinced by this time of the impossibility of bringing about the universal use of a Standard Bee-hive . If a standard hive could be adopted and standard surplus boxes , much vexation and disappointment would be avoided . However , as we look at these things in so many different ways , and , as every one of us has a right to his own opinion , allow me , please , to express my views in regard to bee-hives . The nests of bees built in hollow trees can not well he taken for models , aa the beets were guided in their construction \> y the shape of the hollow they happened to discover and made their home . More bees perish each Winter in hollow trees than under the care of practical bee-keeper « , * jj But when we observe the manner- 1 ^ which a strong colony hived...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 9 September 1880

NEW MUSIC BOOKS ! CURIOSITIES OF MUSIC . A collection of facts not centrally known , regarding the music of Ancient and Savage Nations . ( $ 1 . 00 . ) By LUUIS C . ELSON . . . , , Hero ls musical history in a most entertaining form tlie salient and important facts being wrought into very readable stories of what happened in China , Japan , India , Egypt , Greece and Ancient Kurope . There are also stories of the middle ages . and of the early days of Opera . EXAMINE OUR SPLENDID NEW BOOKS . SON <> _ iEIaI . S . L . O . Emerson J . 50 *^ S !_ CO « Ut CHORUS . W . S . Tilde ...... 1 . 00 For Sunday Schools : WHiriS lloBBi . Abbey and Munger 30 . For Temperance : , TEMP . JEWELS . Tenney and Holtman . . 35 TEMP . LIGHT . Hugg aud Servoss 12 For Singing Schools : , . „ „ . „« VOICE OF WORSHIP . Ia . O . Emerson 1 . 00 TEMPIaE . W . O . Ker < ins 1 . 00 JOHNSONS MISTH 01 > . A . N . Johnson . 60 ^ A M OMAH INSTRUCTION , BOOK . Hv A . N . Johns...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 9 September 1880

HUMPHREYS nOMEOOTfrARY FOR THB CURE OF ALL DISEASES OF Homes , Cattle , Sheep , Doge , Hogs and Poultry . For Twenty Years Humphrey * Veterinary Specifiers have been used l > y Farma-r . Stockbreeders . Horse R . K .. Travels Hippodromes , Menageries and others with perfect success . LIST OF SPECIFICS . A . A . Cures Fevers and Inflammation . Milk Fever , Spinal Meningitis , Hog Cholera , 75 c . B . B . Cures Founder . Spavin , Stiffness , 75 c . C . C . Cures Dlf-temper . Nasal Discharges , 7 « o . D . D . Cures Hots or Grubs , Worms , - - - 78 o . J-.. K . Cur . s Cough , Heaves , Pneumonia , 75 c . F . F , Cures Colic or Grips , Bellyache , 75 c . G . G . Prevents Abortion , - ------ 75 c . H . H . Cures all Urinary Diseases , - - - - 75 c . 1 . 1 . Cures Eruptive aUiseases . Mange , Ac . 75 c . , 1 . J . Cures all Diseases of Digestion . - 75 c . Veterinary Cane ( black walnut ) with Veterinary Manual , ( 330 pp . ) 10 bottles of Medicine , and Medlcatoi , ----- fS . ...

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CROP REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 9 September 1880

CROP REPORTS THE FARMERS REVIEW OF THE SEASON . WINTER WflEAT-Conaiderable Progress Made With Plowing for New Crop—ilround in Good Condition . SPRING WHEAT-Slow Progress With Threshing on Account of Wet Weather . COKN-Abnnt Ripe- Rains Very Beneficial to the Late Planted—Damage from Drouth Very General . OATS—No Improvement in Yield or Quality . PASTURES and Meadows Doing BetterProspects of Good Pail feed . GKNBKAIa CO . NDITIUNS-Good . REPORTS—From Texas . California , Missouri , Ohio , Michigan . Wisconsin . Nebraska . Minnesota . Kansas , Iowa , and Illinois . From drouth we go tbe otber extreme and rains have fallen very heavy in most ot the Western States since the last issue of the FARMERS RBVIRW . In Minnesota we first hear etit greatly interfering with threshing and stacking . In fact , but a very small proportion of tbe new crop has been stacked , hence there ia more cause of uneasiness with regard to tbe condition of this crop than usual . The yields so far are very satisf...

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MONEY AND COMMERCE . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 9 September 1880

MONEY AND COMMERCE . B ) OMa _ Y M . AKH . KT . TUESDAY EVBMIKS , September 7 . 1880 . The general business situation is much tbe same as last week ; money isiu liytn demand , supply of loanable funds at the banks good , and desirable borrowers find an easy m irket at 5 @ 8 per cent , for business loans running 30 @ 9 d days , ami 6 J 8 per cent , for one to live jeais on real esta . e . Tne supply of currency is small , and orders from the country for funds are filled witn - old . Exchange on New York is selling at 125 ^ 1 75 discount per 81 . 000 , the rate simpiy covering the cost ot briu ^ iug gold from that city to Chicago . THE MKBOHANDISK MARKET . Autumn is ushered in with a fair degree of activity in all leading branches of trade , the wholesale bouses report a brisk demand for dry goods , ana prices are well sustained lor all staple cotton fabrics . Woolen goods are quiet and ouyers have the advantage . Boots and shoes are steadily held , and demand good . Hardware is more ...

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THE DAIRY . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 9 September 1880

THE DAIRY . TO MAKE SMALL CHEESE . If it is not too late in the season , I will ( with tbe editor s permission ) tell the inexperienced how to make cheese from a little milk . I strain the night s milk into pans , stir into it the liquid from rennet that has been cut in small pieces and soaked in water a number of hours ; the quantity must be governed by its strength . Mix thoroughly , and then cover with other pans to keep the milk warm until it runs to curd , which should commence in ten minutes ; if it has not commenced within that time , add a little more rennet , stirring as before . After it is hardened , cut into inch square pieces , and let it remain in the pans until morning : then place the cheese tongs , basket , and cloth over a tub ; pour the curd very carefully into the basket to drain . Take the morning s milk and proceed as at night ; let it remain in the pans till the curd and whey begin to separate , then add this to the other curd . Remove the whey by first raisin...

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LIVE STOCK NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 9 September 1880

LIVE STOCK NOTES JOHN WENTWOBTH of Chicago , has sold to Messrs . Field , Leiter & Co ., twenty one Southdowns for their farm at Geneva Lake , Wisconsin . DOCKING and pricking horses are practices that have pretty generally gone out of use , both in this country and in England . It has resulted from the growth of the idea that animals can be bred with pretty much all the characteristics that are desired in them , or that if this style or tbat can not be produced by breeding , it is best to do without it . Tbe horse , to be at its best , should be natural . ONE hundred and thirty Hereford- are now quarantined at New York where they will remain several weeks longer . Mr . CM . Culbertson , of this city , imported 80 of them , one-half the number being prize animals . Mr . Halstead takes 73 head to his farm in Indiana , Mr . Alex . Seabury bought 9 for Mr . . Coiistable , of Beecher , 111 . 4 are for Studebaker , ot South Band , Ind ., 1 for Mr . Clark , Beecher , III . The...

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THE DEMAND FOR SHEEP , AND PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 9 September 1880

THE DEMAND FOR SHEEP , AND PRICES The demand for good sheep the comine Fall promises to be good . E . J . Hiatt & Bro ., of Chester Hill , Ohio , writes us under date of August 11 , that they have already sold ten rams , being much earlier in the season than they usually sell . We have had some inquiries for sheep and the prices for which they could be obtained , mostly from the Bast . We have answered some of these by letter , and would say , by way of makinc market quo . tations for sheep , that pure blood Merino rams are worth from $ 25 upward . Grade rams can be bought from $ 50 down to $ 3 , although we have known ratDaUHjjM ^ pedigree to sell as high as |! 5 WBHPH _ $ 500 . Good blood rams are worth from $ 50 to $ 200 . Pure blood ewes sell from $ 15 upward . Grades from $ 15 down . A good ewe with good shearing qualities can not be bought for less than $ 3 . —WoolGrowers Bulletin .

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