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Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 July 1860

TT / HEELER & WILSON . SEWING KACHINES . No . 133 ifortfi . Jbitrtt Strut , St . Louis , Mo . The elegance , speed , noiselessness and simplicity of the machine ; the beauty andstrength of the stitch ; being alike onhaih tides , impossible to ravel , and leaving no chain or ridge on the underside ; the economy of thread nnd adapt ablllty to the thickest or tlunncst fabrics , have rendered this the THE MOST SUCCESSFUL ASD POPULAR Family Sewing Machine Now Made , At my office , I sell at New York prices , and give INSTRUCTIONS FREE OP CHARGE , to enable purchasers to sew ordinary seams , hem , fell , quilt , gather , bind and tuck , all on tbe same machine , and warrant for three years . The following commendations are selected from a mass of similar . locutnents , 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 , hare volunteered their warm approval of ou...

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Page 18 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 July 1860

TO Architects , SSniUlers , CAKPENTERS , MACHINISTS , AND DECORATORS . NOW PUBLISHING WEEKLY , TBE Architects 7 and . • Mechanics JOUKJfAIi , The only Illustrated Weekly publication of its kind In Ibis country , and Indispensable to all engaged In Building and Mechanical Operations . EDITED BY PRACTICAL MEN . Who are well known as among the ablest men in this country . Every week . Illustrations appear of great practical utility , 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 , as well as a complete synopsis of everything which is going forward in the Mechanical World . Subscription , $ 2 per annum , In advance . 55 ? Send 25 cents for five weekly numbers , as samples . The Scientific American , of October...

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Page 18 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 July 1860

B . B . LLOYD . DENTIST , ( OFFICE OX KOBTH FIFTH STREET , OVER 3 . BATBUBSs . Springfield , III . A DENTAL PRACTICE OF FIFTEEN years warrants him in saying that all operations sliall be carefully and neatly performed . He is in possession of several premiums and diplomas awarded by the best institutes for tbe promotion or science and arts in the country . Teeth inserted , from one tooth to full sets , aa substantial and handsomo as can be had in any city of tbe United States or Europe , Artificial palate plates inserted , supplying the want or loss of the palate , volum and would , so as to restore articulation . liefer to Prof . David Gilbert , Pennsylvania College of Medicine , Philadelphia ; Hon . J . S . Black , Washington Citi- ; Itev . Dr . Hnrkey , Illinois University ; Drs . Helm , Ryan and Wallace ; Messrs Jacob Loose , J . S . Condeii , 3 . II . Gray , Fosselman , Owen Corneal ! & DiUer . June 7-IS 59 „^ FAIRBANKS fly * S C A ™ E S / ftl OV ALI . KISDB . iM ££...

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Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 July 1860

COX & ROBERTS PATENT THRESHER AMD CIJBANER . straclion , . requiring : Lna PO » E « o ? d nnres ; . am than my other Ttaisher ond Cleaner in the United State .. At a trial of MachlnSat ™ ° M ™ r tteSt iS iXlK lS « SS cal Association ,,, 1 KB , our Machine » ith / our * or . » , threshed aid cleared mint whlat , In belter style , In a given time , tixaaZAworrfoMioM . i » SS ? Zlj ^^ 1 dnSwe 0 ™ Go , • ,, M , iDi , - ° * Hoi ™ , mu awarded to our lever Cabin Power at the sune Fair , both In 1 SJ 8 and 1 S 50 ; thevaxe an Improvement on any now In use , being very portable and Having larg « lyIn (^ a ^ ourfacIlities _ forniannractarinBtheseinachine 8 tomeettheincreaseddemand , and with improvements that have been added from vear to ve » . n .. v ^ . ^ . n gests , we are : determined tbe workmanBhip and materials shall net U acOltd by any MtallbhrnmuA B , e VhUn aaaeo Irom year to year , as experience sng . J .. 3 S . ? % Ti J or * ? llor 8 l * * ? C M ; f ^ * * >...

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Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 July 1860

FRINGE & © o . g IMPROVED PATEMT MELODEON . I GEO . -A-- FitlTSTGE Sc CO ., ^ -A . 3 SrTJF ^ . CTTJBEBS 3 BTJFPALO . 3 ST . ™ ST . Wholesale Depot , 87 Fulton Street , New York , and 110 Lake Street , Chicago , IU , Combining att of their Recent Improvements—Tlie MPiviiletl Sivell , Organ , • JtIelotleoni & c . THE DIVIDED SWELL CAX OXLY BE OBTAINED IN MELODEOXS OF OUR MANUFACTURE . •—?—* The Oldest Establishment in the United States , Employing Two Hundred 3 Icn , and Finishing Eighty Instruments Per Week . All Melodcons of our manufacture , either sold by tis or dealers In any part of the United States or Canada ? , are warranted to be pt-rfect In every respect ; nnd should any repairs be necessary before the expiration of me year from date of sale , we hold ourselves ready and willing to make the suae free of charge , provided the injury is not caused by accident or design / GEO . A . PRINCE & CO ., llO LAKE STEEET , CHXCAQO . ILLHsTOIS . Agent...

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

THE ILLINOIS FARMER . PUBLISHES MHTBX ., BAUHACHE & BAKER , JOBHKAL Omen , SPRIKGFIELP , ILLIKOIS . M . Tu DUNLAP , Editor . TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION . One copy , one year , in advance $ 100 Five copies , 3 75 Ten and one to the person getting up club T 00 Fifteen copies and over , C 2 jjf cents eacli , and one to person getting up club . CASE BiTEfl OF ADVERTISIKQ % One dollar per square of tea lines , each insertion .

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SPECIAL NOTICE . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 August 1860

SPECIAL NOTICE . All bnglneM letters should bo directed to the Publishers , at SpriagueW ; and att conunutications tor the eye ot the Editor , and the exchanges , should be directed—ILLINOIS FABW « R , Champaign , 111 . ( The nam & jrf the post offic » at West Urban * has been changed as above )

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

August The last month of summer is at hand , crowned with the golden sheaf , the ripening corn , the apple and the peach . — Nearly alI ( of the small fruits have passed away and given place to the larger and longer keepers . The great corn fields are standing out in the August sun , and ripening up the huge ears under its ardent gaze . The sweet potatoe is coming in use , adding another to our creature comforts ; melons abound , and yield up their lucious sweets , much to the gratification of all . August is laboring with herculean strength to perfeet the gifts of summer , ready to pour them into the lap of autumn . The sound of the reaper and of the thrasher ZB the £ mnsic of-the morning , aud all through the sultry day ; the sun-browned . brow of toil is moist with dewy sweat , as tbe golden sheaves bend to the sharp sickle , or are sent through fast revolving cylinders to rob them oE the yellow grain . The banners of the season , float out on . the gentle breath of August with ^...

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CONTENTS . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 August 1860

CONTENTS . August 121 Tho Onttle Disease 122 Ornamental Gardening . 123 Crops in Adams County 128 Letter from Egypt 128 Letter from Tamaroa 124 The Bishop Hill Colony 125 Report of Wisconsin Fruit Growers Association 125 Illinois Natural Hlistory Society , 125 Rats 12 S The Culture ot Broom-Corn 126 Fairbanks Scales 126 Amount of Rain forl & 59 127 riease Observe This 12 T Spanlding a Prepared Glue 127 The Cattle Disease 127 Our . Canadian Visitors 128 Tho Season , 130 Horse Taming 180 History of the Steel Plow 131 Strawberries 182 Stoat and Smut to Wheat 138 Linen and Flax 134 Agricultural Lecture 134 EDITORS TABLE . Introductory „ 184 leach Trees and Silver Maples 134 Drilling Wheat , 134 Peddlers Trees . 135 Bees on the Prairie 135 Adams County Fair , 135 School and Family Readers . 135 Ogle County Fair 185 Fawkc s Steam Plows 135 The Best Tomato Pickles 135 To Clean Knives 135 Letter from Tennessee 135 Kxlubitlouof the United States Agricultural Society .. IBS Hancoc...

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The Cattle Disease . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 August 1860

The Cattle Disease . Meeting of the Executive Board ot the State Agricultural Society * The Board met at the Nioolls House in Bloomington , on Wednesday , at 9 O clock , A . M . Present—Messrs . L . Ellsworth , W . Kile , Wm . H . Van Epps , C . B Denio , S . B . Chandler , A . Dunlap of Peoria , John Cook , J . W . Bunn , and the Corresponding Secretary , J . P . Reynolds . The President , Mr . Ellsworth , stated the object of the meeting to be to devise measures to prevent the introduction and spread of the cattle disease ( pleuro pneumonia ) among us . He regarded such an event as the greatest calamity that could be introduced amongst us , and recommended that a commissioner be appointed to go east and examine into the nature of the disease and its remedies . Mr . Reynolds , the Secretary , read Beveral communications from various agricultural societies , expressive ot their desire that active measures be taken in the premises . He had conferred also with Mr . Tilton , President ...

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' Crops in Adami Connty . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 August 1860

Crops in Adami Connty . Qraror , July 12 , 1800 . - M . L . DONLAP . ESQ . —Dear Sir :, Our farmers are now in the midst of the harvest . Winter wheat is li ght and but little , except on the bluff farms , where there is occasionally a good field , much of the land sown to winter wheat last fall , was tbis Bpring sown with spring wheat , and the crop is fair as to quantity and superior in quality . Ibave Been some specimens which for ^ size and plumpness of grain , I Jrave never seen equalled in spring wheat . - . Oats are doing well , and we shall have a good crop . Timothy is light , probably not more than one-half . the usual crop will be cut in > our county , and to supply the deficiency , Hungarian grass seed has been sown , and theorop promises well ; . Corn is doing well , and never have ; we had the promise of so splendid a crop . The growth for the last month has been astonishing , and if no accidents occur we shall have much the largest crop ever raised in this ...

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The Bishop Hill Colony--Furming on a Grand Scale . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 August 1860

The Bishop Hill Colony--Furming on a Grand Scale . We were very agreeably surprised , on our recent , visit to Bishop Hill , at the Bigns of thrift and prosperity visible on every hand . First , it is a beautiful place handsomely elevated , and adorned with a grove on the northwest . Tbe buildr ings are substantial and comfortable , and one , ori g inally designed for a hotel , is a fine specimen of architecture . A large clock occupies the cupolo , and from that point a fine view of the surrounding country can be obtained , including a sight of Altona and Cambridge . The utmost neatness is observable in and around the dwellings of the people . It is hardly necessary to add that the people themselves are models of neatness and thrift . The Colony , we learned , now numbers about seven thousand persons . Some months ago it was divided , the seceding portion taking the name of the Bishop Hill Company , and receiving their share of the property , though all live upon the domain as befo...

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Boport of Wisconsin Fruit Grower ! Assoeia -sion . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 August 1860

Boport of Wisconsin Fruit Grower ! Assoeiasion . Through the kind attention of the Secretary , A . G . Handford , Esq ., we are in receipt of this valuable document , containing ninety-five pages . Considerable difference of opinion prevailed as to the value of protection , and no definate conclusion arrived at . So long . as planters confound clearing in timber land with timber belts through which the wind will sift , we shall see this difference of opinion continue . Small trees preferred for planting . Most speakers recommended mulching , so did we formerly , but further experience has suggested that frequent stirring the surfaee around newly set trees , with the hoe orjsteel rake is much better , when this cannot be done , mulching will an swer . PIABIINO OF EVERGBENS . The Secretary recommended early p lanting and stirring the surfacejafter . The president , Mr . Bray ton , would p lant in July and mulch ; that may all do for Wisconsin , but we have found the Secretary right , ...

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Illinois' Natural History Society . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 August 1860

Illinois Natural History Society . This Society met IQ Phenbc HaU & 7 th June at 0 A . if . Prof . Turner the President In Uwduii . - Thenrctbustnesstaarder , was aroehdliur the Constitution . The office of General Saperdant . wos abolished , and tbe duties hereafter is to devolve on the Secretary , to which la added the office of Librarian , The assessment was changed from two to one dollar , ADDBBSS OF ML . WALSH . it has never been our good fortune to listen to ft more earnest and gifted speaker , on the subject of Insects nor one better versed In the mysteries of tbelr wonderful transformation and powerof procreatlon , < tnan Mr . w ., of Rock laUmd . Knowing that we hod little space to devote to the subject we took bat feir notes , and shiul not attempt a . synopsis of bis very able and Interesting remarks , lie commenced by . saying that vers a foreign army or men to invade our shores , our law gtvesr would vie with each other In Isrge expenditure and pr...

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Tbe Culture of Broom Corn . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 August 1860

Tbe Culture of Broom Corn . To-day wo visited the farm of Messrs . Johnson & Bogardus , about one and a half miles west of the depot , at the city of Champaign , ( late West TJrbana ) and found them buBy with thoir fine field of broom corn . — Early in April they purchased a half section , paying twenty-five dollars peracre cash . A part of the land had been broken three years since , and sown to winter wheat , and last year grew up to weeds \ the balance wafl broken late last summer . Altogether , it looked like an unpromising task to put this three hundred and twenty acres into a crop that requires such nice culture as broom corn . The ground is somewhat rolling , with a few small ponds and narrow ploughs , leading through the grounds , at their junction widening out into swampy places , too wet for the plow . Through those they put a mole drain , of over two and a half miles , all terminating in an open drain . These are all discharging water at this time , pure as th...

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Fairbanks' Scales . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 August 1860

Fairbanks Scales . It is with some business firms as it is with some individuals , that thty stand alone in the walk or department of trade to which they direct their attention . It becomes a specialty with them , and by making it such , they carry it to the highest perfection of which it is capable . This is the case with Messrs . Fairbanks , tho celebrated Scale Makers . They have devoted themselves BO entirely , and with such thorough science and and skill , to the manufacture of weigh ing instruments , that they seem to have left nothing to be done by others . —2 V . Y , Evening Post . It is b y thus attending to every demand in the wide world that this house has become the great national scale manufacturing establishment of the United State . From Maine to Texas , and from Florida to Washington Territory , their soales have become the established standard weighing balanoes of the age . —New Orlean Picayune . Among the large number ^ of the highest premiums awarded to these scal...

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Amount of Rain for ' 60 . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 August 1860

Amount of Rain for 60 . Javm 2- ^ SSFebraair 2 ? £ SMareh 2 . M 8Aptll 8 , 8931 . Miv .... 5 , ™» . June 5 , 8878 . July 2 , 6740 . AuJuM . 4 , 4 *» . September 5 . 17 B 7 . October . 8 , 1956 . November 1 , 6621 . December .... 2 , 8129 . Indies 41 . 76 S 3 . Average or tbe Seasons 45 . 0000 . Deficit—Inches 8 , 2817 . AMOUKT FOB 53 . The rainy season B 5 J 225 Eieess ... ... 12 , 1828 . DUtsvence In thstwo seasons—Inches . 15 , 3640 . Uy leTerenco to page ten of the Jannsry number , tbe amount or rain far 53 will be seen . The difference of the two sessons was not so much In the amount of rain , as in the lower temperature preventing evaporation . PLEASE OBSERVE Tms . —Doctor WbittUr , the celebrated chronic disease doctor , 94 Pino street , St . Louis , will send his theory and exposition of chronic diseases , freo of all charge , to any one sending address and six conts to prepay postago . It treats of all chronic diseasos and the delineations are , so concise as to enable any o...

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