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"STRIKE WHILE THE IRON'S HOT . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 9 September 1880
STRIKE WHILE THE IRONS HOT . Strike while the iron s hot ! Strike—and with a will : He is no skilful smith Who lets the iron chill . Ere the iron hardens , strike , Shape it to what shape you like , To the scythe or knife or sword , To slay or heal or mow the swarJ . Strike while the iron s hot , Strike with hand and heart ; Quickly turn the bar , And smite on every part . Bring the sledge down with a swing Till It makes the anvil ring . So great master-workmen wrought , So struck the iron while twas bnt . So , when the time is ripe To act , or think , or say , The precious moment seize Before it pass away . Shape the action to your ends . As the smith the iron bends : Let the word and let the thought Promptly into deed be wrought . Strike while the iron s hot , Or do not strike at all ; Strokes the cold bar will break , Not fashion , when they fall . If you re slow in arm and brain , All your labor will be vain . The quick of head aud quick of hand May rise from serving to rnmrm .-...
MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 9 September 1880
MISCELLANEOUS WASHINGTON NOTES . In glancing over the results of the season now drawing to a close , it is gratifying to note the evidences of prosperity enjoyed by tbe whole country . Bounteous harvests have blessed all portions of the land , and , independent of agricultural products , the manufacturing and mining industries were never known to be in a more flourishing condition , while railway construction has exceeded its previous limits , and immigration promises to reach a total of half a million people , the benefit of which is almost incalculable . The drawbacks to this pleasing picture are few ; while wealth has increased , its con servator , economy , has also been remembered , and the investments of labor and capital have , more than in former years , the character of permanency . Capital is abundant and cheap , and is likely to re main so for an indefinite period . Io a word , the year shows an unparalleled record in point of material advancement The basis upon which the...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 9 September 1880
M ______| . VIS STUMP , PULLER , „ m ^ am ^ m \ vniiir an .-intuns . w &gt;« M awaided ilie firs - . » edal at * JA Ce tennlal and Ohl and / MIL Michigan Stale Fairs as !»• - ffmi W ~ W ^ I 1 iiio » tpoweriul , slin- //__»» ¦ - ? K I- Hgnr ,, h ap and durable IIBW \ ^___ L r-tump putter ev-r made . fl It \ BB ) fr . ee * 35 ond ( 45 —two Ml n \ W . mm size * . Ma &lt; iuf ciured by 0 MfS \ B JAMES MOSSMAN , ¦ - W „ -MBRiMlffl . l WESTERVILLE , IWBj _ gSa _ 3 iIf | 5 &amp; SaV Franklin County , Ohio . BOIL YOUIl CORN dgg and p &gt; atoea , and save half the _ 5 l cost of po k and jour pigs from H the chot . ra with ^&lt; - * BM- ^ _ THE PROFIT nBl Farmer s Boiler , n ____ ffi _ r / Send for circular to I ^ EESS ?/ I ) . K . SlKKRV &amp; CO ., \ WMil Manufacturer-of Caldrons . Sg » r JJESE-K Kettl s Hollow Ware , etc . jh ^ aaTfi Batavia . Ilia . * ** . ¦ * - 172 Acves of Lariil for Sale . This land Is of Rood quality and would matte a r...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 9 September 1880
ll ^ n ________________ MM !^ m _______[___ L _ a __ i _ ll __ H ___ l ^______ BS __ lH _ R _ 1 ffiHnilD _ ilslnW _ r ]!___ l Aa an experiment , and to Influence future subscriptions , we offer to send tbe IH . FsB EVERT WEEK FOE 3 MONTHS ON TRIAL FREE A large weekly paper , absolutely free for three months , to any one who will send us their address , together with twelve one-cent stamps , toPXP ^ tage on twelve consecutive numbers ol the TR-BCNE AWD FABMKB , issued every Saturday , bend us ten names upon above terms , and we will send you acopy three mouths , free of postage , lor your trouble . Regular Price , $ 1 . 00 Per Year . THOMAS MEEHAfl , Agricultural Editor . The Best of American Humorists MOSE SKINNER is a regular contributor to the TRIBUNE AND FARMER , and his letters are to be found only In these columns . - IMB - IM-a I ar-ontnlna , eaen wcth VOVR , % _•* . *•»» - — » \ STOBIE-S Complete . Delect- * . • • feetebn . KxpotK- City » h » rpeir-. No ^ ontlnuejl Seiuatioim...
THE HOME [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 9 September 1880
THE HOME ON THE EVE OF THE WEDDING . O love , before we part to-night , Before tbe last I will ls spoken—Before the ring has touched my hand . Of pure , true , endless love the tokenBefore the Church with holy rite , Her blessing on our love bas given , Look straight into my eyes with yours , And answer me in sight of Heaven . Is there within your heart of hearts One lingering shadow of regretOne thoughttbat you have chosen ill ? Oh ! speak— tis not too late even yet . Is there In all this world of ours . One you have ever known or seen , Whom , if yon had earlier seen or known , Tou would have crowned your chosen queen ? Is there?—I pray you , tell ine now , And 1 will hold you bound no more . I will not flinch to hear the truth . It could not be so sad , so sore , To know it now , as It would be If by-and-uy a shadow fell Upon the sunshine of our home ; So , if you ever loved me—tell . Id hold you pure from blame , dear love ; And I would leave you free as air , To wooapd win that...
FOR YOUNG READERS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 9 September 1880
FOR YOUNG READERS A STRANGE TRAVELING COMPANION . I ve had many a queer voyage in my time ( said Captain M ) , but the queerest I ever had was one that I made ( somewhat unexpectedly , as you will see ) upon the Great Pish River in South Africa , on my way back from a hunting excursion . As I neared the bank , I saw that the river was in full flood , more than twice its usual breadth , and running like a millrace . I knew at once that I should have a very tough job to get across—for a flooded African river is no joke , I can tell you . But I knew also that my wife would be terribly anxious if I didnt come back on the day I had fixed—South Africa being a place where a good many things may happen to a man—and so I determined to chance it . Just at the water s edge I found an old Bushman that I knew , who had a boat of his own , so I hailed him at once—Well , Kaloomi , what will you take to put me across the river ? No go fifty dollar this time , baas ( mas you ve got to do a thing of ...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 9 September 1880
«_ * __ PARLOR PICTURES , ssss ( NOT CHEAP CHROMOS , BUT WORKS OF REAL MERIT . ) ¦ WITH : THE FARMERS REVIEW . FREE OF CASH COST , to all who send the names of new subscribers for REVIEW ; and also furnished to all at a mere nominal additional cost to the subscription price . Carefully read terms . HOW TO OBTAIN THE BELOW DESCRIBED PICTURES FREE I Thousands of them have Been sold at front $ 2 . 00 to $ 3 . 00 per Copy . To Pr © S 6 nt Subscribers : —To any present subscriber sending us Two SUBSCRIPTIONS and Two DOLLARS , we will send FREE , POST-PAIL ) , anyone of the beautiful premium Engiavings below described , or for THREE SUBSCRIPTIONS and THREE DOLLARS , we will send A PAIR ( any two ) ofthe Engravings . To Renew . nS Subscribers . —To any person renewing for a year from expiration of present subscription , and sending ONE NEW SUBSCRIPTION besides their own , with Two DOLLARS , we will send any one picture FREE , or for Two NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS with their own and THREE DOLLARS , ...
CHAFF [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 9 September 1880
CHAFF A SKELETON POEM , Hurdette , Boy , •_ School ; Jny . Rule . Round , Ia-inks ; Found , Crooks . Pi „ , --Bids ; Thin , Bends , ( - . hair , WUH-re , •¦ B ire ! S ^ ear !! Qtiek , S ick ; Tnick , Lick . Growl , Scowl , Howl . Yowl ! Dimples , ynu know , soon turn to wrln k ! e 8 . naii 1 Swilton toa dimpled darling . ThacAi t , pos .-lbly c ncern you , sir , she replied . How to turn wrinkles into dimples would be raoro imeres intr to you , I should think . And , by the way , what a crop some persons coulu raise , couldn t they ? She was a four year old blonde , generally quiet and tractable , but mamma had provnke .-i her . I dont lore you any more , iiianirua ! Very well , o Var , jou needn t . -Well , I don l love yo o . . All ri « ht . dearie , mamma will in to get along . - We 1 , 1 do lovejou ; but I don i feel just like it now . The Prince of Wales two sons are somewhat lively . While on a sea voyage recently , the younger was heard to exclaim : Come , hub , tune up your ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 9 September 1880
Hilnu faok CHURNS Cheapest and Best . No inside fixtures , ami always reliable . Six kites of each CORNISH 4 ODKTl a , Kort Atkinson , Wis . / Kin l , l , 5 » a NEW STANDARD SINGER ll I I Hewlnv Machine . 8 ampl « Machines fur- \ I n nlstied agents on trial . WOOD WORK , ( Hill Heads a- d Stands a Specialty . Send for w J . \ Jsarirtt » nd nrlceson lar * . eorders . Every 1 Machine Warranted aud subj-oc to re * turn at My Expense If no - ; t-stisfactory . C . O . AKAM , 24 A . iamB Street . LHtCAQo . ILL . BlaOOMINGTON NURSERY . Estali ished 1852 . GOO acrrs ; 13 greenhouses . We offer a large stook o Tree * , blirnbn . Roaes , Sa ? i b .. o , * pJ , , i 0 8 ee &lt; lllnB » . Osnge Plums , etc . . ? A 5 S-r ? . . Jriee Lul tree Address HAIRD A TDTTLE , Agenta , WKionilnRton Nursery . III . The Best Truss Ever Used . Send for dencrlptlve clr u ar to N . Y . Elastic Truss Co ., 683 Broadway . New York . ftf-Uscful Articles nmlAgisCircular lor HIVM . MtUDlU . IaOXDOHNZ _ 0 _ lO...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 9 September 1880
f » C _ ITC UJkMTCn EVtuirwuEKiitoseli AUClf I 0 VlAll I Ll ) e , I « SI . Family KnitIIUK Machine ^ ver invented . Will KUU spair of ¦ cot-kings , witn HaKJiXand TOE complete . In 20 minutes . It will also -nn a great variety ol fancywork for whicli there Is always aready market . Send for circular and terms to tlie Twouibly Knitting Machine Co .. 400 Washington at ., Boston , Blue * ,
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 9 September 1880
INTER-STATE INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION OF CHICAGO . Opens Wednesday , Sept . 8 th , 8 P . M ., closes Saturday , October 23 . EXCEPT SUNDAYS , DAILY FROM 8 A . M . TO IO P . M . The fullest and most complete exhibition of Artistic and Mechanical skill that has yet been g iven in Chicago . The mammoth building is more replete in every department with objects of interest and study than for any season that has yet gone before . The Art Department on which has been expended the best efforts of a capable criti que , is without doubt , the best that has ever been placed before a western public . The Orchestra led b y Prof . Liesegang excels by far all that has ever been offered to the lovers of music here . Three Soloists have been specially engaged , who will during the day and evening g ive exhibitions of their musical skill . The Public may rest assured that in all respects the exhibition of this year is strikingl y representative of the progress of this country in Science , Industry and Ar...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 9 September 1880
ENTERPRISE WIND MILL . Solid Wheel , .. a .. Also the ceietirai-pfl Climax ^ l __ R _ F Killing and Walking Corn Cul- 1 | H _ B F tlvaors . Riiterprls ** Iinrh Wire , I at fuiips , Ta .. ka , etc . Wiite for ftfifirST t atalognea Sandwich En- // mil 1 terpriae Co .. Sandulcli . ill . // IriHIH W VThen -writing to Advertiser ., nleane nay that ynu «« t their advertisement ln the I FAKtaJ-BUS RUVIEW . I
Page 16 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 9 September 1880
A MUSICAL WONDER . j ^^^ , ^™ - ^ jB £ ^ 2 V ^^ , ^ l _ 7 *_ s , **? -S a--Do you want a perfect Musical Instrument , rivaling the piano anu organ , upon which at sight yon can perform as perfectlv as any professor upon the lustrumenls menilonpd ? Then send for our Illustrated catalogue of ihe greatest mus cal Invention of the agr , The Mechanical Orgulnetle , 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 : jiO . OO , Slii . no . $ 30 . 00 . * 7 S . O 0 and II 25 . 0 II . LYON A UKALT , State and Monroe St &gt; .. Chicago . VICTOR M Double Huller *^&amp; r clover Machine MMM lliS 5 £ | pt % ^ hulled 100 buibela of ae « d la ODA _ 3 «™ i ! llr !^)* l ! li ____ a __ dfl - v from damP ani * **** e 8 traw- S * Dd __ -K 3 _ ll _ LffiPl ^ -r ^_ -H ^ f ( , r * Dt * criptiv » Circular , whtcfa eonBt § M- _ ilrilffl | jj ||||_^ 3 BW talnn man...
WHAT SUBSCRIBERS SAY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 16 September 1880
WHAT SUBSCRIBERS SAY THE FARMERS REVIEW is the best paper I ever read . —P . V . WEATHERBY , Jefferson City , Mo . I THINK every farmer should take It , and read and profit by it—W . K . JACKSON , Hillsboro , III . THE FABMEBSREVIEW is the best f aimers paper tbat is published . —E . P . DDNLAP , Lincoln Co ., Dakota . I LIKE your paper very much . Think it one O A the best agricultural papers published . — D . 8 . SHAMS , Springfield , Ind . IF you can send the numbers from the 1 st of January , 1880 , to July , I will give you double price for them . —L . E . HOBBS , ftirard Kan . PLMASI 1 find one dollar as subscription fot one year . I think your paptr is one of the beat published in the West . JOHN OBBIAN , Green Lake Co ., Wis . THEY are all delighted with the elegance and beauty of the pictures . Success to the REVIEW . I will send you more names presently . —PBOF . WM . HUNT , Eureka , Kan . THE sample copy of FABMEBS REVIEW came duly to hand , and after reading it concluded...
THE SHEAF , [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 16 September 1880
THE SHEAF , THE Connecticut State Board of Health has decided that , in the optical tests of railway men , old employes , who cannot pass all the tests prescribed by the experts employed in the examinations , may be tested by flags and lanterns of the size and colors used by the railroads at a distance of 80 rods . Of the 1 , 085 persons thus far examined , 56 have failed to meet the requirements . MR . SAMUEL E . PBATHER had a sale of Cotswold and Southdown sheep , ShortHorn bulls and Berkshire swine , at Sherman , 111 ., last week , which was quite well attended . The young bulls brought from $ 55 to $ 150 each . Three Southdown rams sold for $ 18 , $ 21 and $ 26 respectively . About forty head of Berkshires were sold , at prices ranging from $ 8 to $ 20 each . One Cotswold ram brought $ 61 . Cotswold ewes sold for from $ 20 to $ 30 ; lambs sold . for $ 5 to $ 15 each . THIS is what we call being literally in ; the letejure field . A few days ago Pro-: fessor Pream gave a lecture ...
AGRICULTURAL . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 16 September 1880
AGRICULTURAL . SILK CULTURE .-NO . 5 . HOW TO SET THE HEATH . To set the heath or give wood , means to prepare cells for the formation of the cocoons . In many districts of South France heath is used for that , hence the term now technical : set up the heath . Branches of evergreen or common oak , olive tree , etc ., are used too . As well as wheat straw or colewort straw . I have found here plenty of shrubs and other plants among weeds which will do just as well as our heath . Their names will be given further . They may be gathered and prepared in Winter , and kept tied in bunches ready for use . These branches must be cut four inches longer than the intervals between the trays or tables placed over each other , first to have them tight , and to form above each table a branchy ceiling , close to the underside of the next table above , leaving as little space ot its board suncovered as possible , the worms being apt to fall from a bare board , and not be aole to climb up again . To...