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

TJTT HUELER & WILSON . SEWING MA . C BC I W H S . 2 fo . 133 JTorfA . . Fowrtfe Stratf , St ; Louis ^ Mo . The elegance , speed , nolselessness and i simplicity of the machine ; the beauty and strength of the stitch ; being alike on both sides , impossible to ravel , and leaving no chain-or ridge on thetinderetdef the economy or thread and adaptability to the thickest or thinnest fabrics , have rendered this the , , THB HOST SUCCESSFUL AND POPULAR Family Sewing Machine Now Made .. At my office , I sell at New York prices , and give . INSTRUCTIONS FREE OF CHARGE , to enable purchasers to sew ordinary seanm , 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 at similar documents , with which a . volume might easily be filled . We feci gratified to know that many otlicr persons of the highest literary , political and social standing in this country , have volunteered the...

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Page 19 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 August 1860

. TO , Architects , JBuilders , CAJIPENTERS , MACHINISTS , AKD ; DECORATORS . , . - NOWPUBLISHING WEEKLY , THE Architects and Mechanic ? JOtTRNAi , , ; : The only UlustratedWeekly publication ~ 6 t Its kind In this country , and Indispensable to all engaged In Building and Mechanical Operations ! ¦ - < . ~ ; .... - * : - , ... : JEpiTED ; BY . PRACTICA ^ MEN . Who are well known as among the ablest men in this country . , . , ... Every week , Illustrations appear of great practical utility , Buchas . _ . . Engravings of New Buildings Already erected , now going up , or intended for erection , In different parts of the counbry . . . .. Designs and Working Details Connected with Building operations , of great value to Archi tects ,-Guilders and Carpenters . The Mechanical Department Is enriched by Engravings connected with new Inventions , as well . as a complete synopsis of everything which la going forward in the Mechanical World . Subscription , ( 2 per annuin . ln advan...

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Page 19 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 August 1860

B . B . LLOYD , DENTIST , ( OFFICE ON KORTH- FIFTH STEBBT , OVEB J . BATBDBB S , Springfield , 111 . A : DENTAL PRACTICE OF FIFTEEN jtiyears warrants him In saylngthat all operations shall be carefully and neatly performed . He is in possession of several premiums and olplomas awarded by the best Institutes lor the promotion of science and arts In the country . _ Teeth-Inserted , from one tooth to mil sets , as substantial andbandsomoascanbenadinanyclty of tbe United States or Europe . Artificial palace plates Inserted , supplying tbe want or loss of tiie palate , volum and would , so auto restore articulation . : Refer to prof . David Gilbert , Pennsylvania College of Medicine , Philadelphia ; lion . J . fi . Black , Washington City : Rev Dr . Harkey , Illinois University : Drs . Helm , Ryan and Wallace ; Messrs Jacob Loose , J . S . Cbndell , J . H . Gray , Foaselman , Owen , Corneau & Dlller . June 7-1 SH > JTrr ^ FAIRBANKS / if 1 * - S C ATL B S / H - - - ...

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

PRINCE & CO . S IMPROVED PATE NTMEL 0 DEON . GEO . -A- FKIlsrCE cSo CO ., MAMTOTAOTUBBBS , SXTFFASL . O . N .-ST . Wholesale Depot , 87 Fulton Street , Hew York ) and 110 lake Street , Chicago , HL ; ¦ ¦ :- Combining all of their Recent Improvements—The JDivided Sweit , Organ , JTIelodcon , Sfc . THE DIVIDED 8 WEXA CAN ONLY BE OBTAINED IN MELODEONB OP OUB MANOFACTOBE . - ¦ , ¦ . - ~ l »¦¦¦*> » -r—r „ _ . ¦¦ : . - ¦¦ The Oldest Establishment in the United states , Employing Two Hundred Men , and Finishing Eighty Instruments Per Weekt All Melcdeons of our manufacture , either sold by as or dealers In any part of iheTMted Slates orCanadas , are warranted to be perfect in every respect ; and should any repairs be necessary before the expiration of one year from date of sale , we hold ourselves ready and witling to make the same free of charge , provided the injury ] s not caused by accident or design .- GEO . A . PBINCE & CO ., liO IJAKE STREET , CHIOA...

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Page 20 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 August 1860

n . rOTIK & BAKER SEvTIBG MACHINE FAMILY ASD PLANTATION SEWIKfi . Jrom ttiB very flattering manner in which onr Machines have been received by tbe public , resulting In the sale of upwards ot 50 , 000 , We are led to believe that onr endeavors to manufacture A RELIABLE BIACUINE-baTO beennppreclatszil . IVataketblS . opportunity to remark tbat the policy will remain unchanged , and that EVERT MACHINE SOLD BY US We shall not hesitate ( o warrant In every respect . TBI - GROYER & BAKER SEWING MACHINE has one advantage which la worthy of especial attention . In addition to the peculiar character of the stitch , and that is Its adaptation to either light or - medlnm heavy work . Tho Machine which at one moment la nsed on The Most . Delicate Fabric , In a few moments after can be irought to bear with equal facility on cotton ades and towels of the coarsest description . Its adaptation ( or FAMILY TV QBK , Is thos remarkable , and gives It a superiority over every o...

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

THE ILLINOIS FARMER . PUBLISHED MONTHLY , BAILHACUE & BAKER , Jocwiii . OVFICS , SpMgomtij ) , Ii-uaoiB . M . L . DXHSTXJAP , Editor . TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION . One copy , one year , In advance ( 1 00 Fire copies , i STO Ten and one to the person getting up club 7 60 Fifteen copies and over , 62 > jj cents each ,-, and one to person getting up club . * CABS HATES OT ADTSBTISffiQ : One dollar per square of ten lines , each insertion ..

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September . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1860

September . Thrice nappy time Beat portion of the various year , in which Nature rejolcelb , smiling on her works , Lovely , to full perfection wrought . *; Summer has just yielded up her gifts and passed them over to the keeping of Autumn . Away to the north the hue of the many colored hill-sides show that the active duties of Summer are closed , and the time for the garnering has come . Not so under our more -genial Bides , September takes up the burthen of summer andripenSup the immense fields of yet succulent corn , that fructifies in the haze like mildness with which Autumn takes up the task . The heats grow more mild , and the gifts of Summer , ono by one , axe ready for our insei September is the cornucopia ; of : the months for the orb like fruit , in which Pomona is crowned with her richer gifts , it is then that the tree and the vine vie with each other in their mellow offerings , and call forth the joyous shout of childhood , appreciating her bounties . September , we lov...

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A Trip to the Wabash . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1860

A Trip to the Wabash . Character of the Soifc-Climate—Adaptation toFraUs — Wabash VaUcy — Old Indian Corn Melda—Interestingfacts , in Qeotogy , Tolono , as airknowj is at the , crossing of the Great Western with the Illinois Central , and five and a t half miles . south of our home ; to Danville , the seat of the vast depositee of coal in . the east part of the State , 4 s twenty :- eight mile s ; thence , to the State line , is six miles . Here an Osage hedge marks thedivision of the States . A change of cars is ma & e , and a few miles brings us to the timber lands that skirt the Wabashr—we cross the stream , and Attica , one of the prettiest of villages is before us . The Ohio and WaVaBhc ^^ the river , and on its banks are several large warehouses , a grist mill and other manufacturing shops . Ton are not long in the place before you see that it is an active , busy town , and with the exception of a rather exuberant growth of stramonium on the streets and vacant lots...

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

CONTENTS . September . 141 ATriptothe Wabash ; .... 141 ANew System of Com Culture 148 ATalfcTrttb . thB Editor .............. I 144 Business Prospects 141 Hybrid Perpetual or Monthly Ttoaes 145 The Honey Bee 146 Where are thePlowboys of the Westf ..... ; . 146 Artificial Swarming of Bees * 146 Different Hives adapted to different bee-keepers under - E . W . Phelps patents 1852 and 68 147 The drain Trado of . Chicago ...-. 14 S Shiftless Farming—Bye and Chess 149 Growing of Winter Wheat— . „ ........ ; . ; ; 149 When shall we Break Prairie ? ... 150 The Black Cap Raspberry 160 Bed Aetrachan—Falluwater 151 Premium Corn ...,. ; . 161 yaw-banks Scales 161 The Fair Grounds 151 A lew hours In social chat with Prof . J . B . Tomer at bis home • 152 Spaulding B Prepared Glae . 153 Correspondence . 153 American Pomologies ! Society .... . 154 Western Printing 154 EDITORS TABLE : 155 September A proposed Excursion 155 TbeBaspberry • 155 Fair at Dbcon 155 Champaign County Fair -.. 155 Sugar M...

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A New System ot Coin Culture . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1860

A New System ot Coin Culture . We call this a new system , not that it is entirely new ,-but one that has not brum fully tested . The main feature in this system is in drilling the corn , rolling , and in new implements of culture . PKEPABnjH THE LAND . If stubble land , it should be plowed in the fall , or as soon after harvest as is convenient ; plow shallow , just sufficient to turn under the stubble and weeds , if it can be subsoiled at this time , all the better . Commence to replow in the spring as early as it will do to plant , ( and even before , if you have a large amount to plant , ) after plowing , apd when you are ready to plant ,. roll the ground , harrowing will not be required on the fall plowed land ; the plowing now should be six to eight inches , which will of course be below the buried stubble , which with the weeds and seeds will go to the bottom again . As fast as plowed and rolled , it is ready for the planter , which should plant in drills three and a half-fee...

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A Talk with the Editor . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1860

A Talk with the Editor . For the nilnols Farmer . ME . EDITOH DUNLAP : —From thousands of your gratified readers , the most sincere and heartfelt thanks are certainly elicited , for tho bountiful , the rich and varied supply of good things you monthly spread upon your Editorial Table , for their entertainment . But something more perhaps , than bare thanks , is your due . I think so at least , and it strikes me that it is the duty of some of us to contribute something , now and then , which , if not exactly fit for the Table among the more delicious viands of the main feast , might servo as a ten o clock piece , or a four o clock lunch . From my use of these terms , you will infer that a farmer is now endeavoring to hold a talk with you . Well , it is so ; and while I am rather proud of the title and rejoice in the calling , yet I am almost ashamed to say that like most of my bony handed , cramp-fingered brethren , I would rather read a thousand and one of your instructive paragraph...

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Business Pruntcts . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1860

Business Pruntcts . [ From the United stale . Economist . ] There is but one feeling prevalent among commercial men as to the prospects of trade during the fall season . There seems to be so little in the aspect of commercial affairs that is threatening , and so much that is hopeful , that all with one consent have began to anticipate large trade for the balance of the year . For ourselves , we cannot but indorse this common sentiment ; though it is to be feared that its very universality will prove a serious drawback on tho profitableness of business operations , for it is one of the commonest facts in experience that the anticipation of a large demand for merchandise induces a supply so excessive as to render exchanges unprofitable . It is not possible to point to any section of the country where depression prevails ; on the contrary , in nearly every part of the Union , business was never so extensive , so sound , or so generally remunerative . Of course the Western States must b...

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Hybrid Perpetual or Monthly Buses . ' [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1860

Hybrid Perpetual or Monthly Buses . As these roses > are . becoming common - in manypartsiof the country , perhaps a : few words in relation to their culture will not be out of place . Many people fail to keep them in bloom all the time , and thus often think that they have been cheated , and this is no doubt very often too true , where trees are bought of itinerant tree peddlers ; but the fault generally , lies in their culture , and not in the plant . A friend of ours complained that the rose ho purchased was not a monthly .- We asked him what-he : had done to it to make it bloom . . Why , : nothing , said he , . ^ 1 set it out along with the currant bushes , but . it did not bloom but once ! He . ; expected a delicate rose to keep up a constant show of flowers , and with no other care-than that bestowed upon a . currant ... bush , and that . none of the best , After a rose begins to fade take your knife and out it off below the seed ball , then , if the plant is a very...

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TUe Honey Bee . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1860

TUe Honey Bee . Were it not for the dangers and uncertainties which beset the Ap iarian , bee-keeping would be one of the most pleasant and profitable of rural occupations , and has been styled the poetry of rural economy . But this imaginative poetry has been with many beekeepers real sorry prose . It has been the experience of most of those who have commenced the business with hi g h hopes , that their bees have succeeded well for one or two years , then commenced running down , in many cases without any apparent reason ; in others with a reason plainly enough seen , but with no knowledge on the part of the owner of a remedy , or at best , no means of applying the remed y if known . There was no way of getting at them , they were as safely garrisoned in their strong hives with each a venomed spear for offensive or defensive warfare , as the like number of valiant soldiers behind a wall of bristling bayonets . Their counsel was all their own . No spy had been in their camp and re p...

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Artilicial Swarming of Bees , [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1860

Artilicial Swarming of Bees , About the 15 th of July we made two artificial swarms ; and they are now doing as well as any of the natural swarms ; indeed , better than some of them . The process was new to us , but by carefully studying Langstroth & Quimby s work on the honey bee , we succeeded . We took three sheets of comb out of the Phelps hive with the bees adhering to them , and put them into a new clean hive , and set them a few rods from the other hives , and fastened them in until the evening of the second day . Both swarms now have queens which they did not have when they seperated ,. and have . nearly as many bees as any of the first swarms that came out in June . We did not get sufficient into one hive as we afterwards found , but took out about a quart subsequently and fastened them up until the evening of the second day , when hone-of them returned to the old hive , seeming to have lost all knowledge of it . In some cases , perhaps ,- the bees might fail to...

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The Grain Trade of Chicago . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1860

The Grain Trade of Chicago . It may be interesting to the readers of the FARMER , to be somewhat posted in regard to thejgrain trade of Chicago , and especially at this time , where an immense crop is pressing upon the market . We copy the tables from that most valuable and reliable commercial paper , Wells Commercial Express , published at Chicago , at the low price of $ 1 , 00 a year . OFFICE ) COMMERCIAL EXPRESS , l WEDNESDAY , Aug . 8 , 1860 . J The grain trade of Chicago is beyond all comparison , the most important branch of business carried on in the city , and may be said to lay the foundation nearly if not entirely , for the other and more varied enterprises and interests centering here . In years of general depression , and of diminished crops , the aggregate of grain receipts has fallen below twenty millions , while in good years , it has ranged twenty-five to thirty millions . With the continued development of the country , and , more than all , in consequence of the abu...

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Shiftless Paroling—Rye and Rliess . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1860

Shiftless Paroling—Rye and Rliess . 0 wad some power the giftte gle us , 1 To see ourselves as others see m . If we could see the beam in our own eyes before attempting to pull the mote out of our own nei ghbors , it would be a valuable gift , but this is harily in the nature of things , and as Mrs . Widow Bedo . t says , Natur will be natur anyhow . So we must be con tent to see the mote in our neighbors eyes and do what we can to get them out . Wishing to sow stubble land with rye , where we had grown spring wheat , for the purpose of fall pasture for our cows , we sent to a neighbor for a dozen bushels of rye . On receiving it , we were at a loss to know what to do with the mixture sent us . Rye appeared to predominate and we concluded to call it rye with a large mixture of chess and other seeds . Having one of Goodrichs § 45 fanning mills , we concluded to try its discriminating virtues . The result ( was nearly nine bushels of rye , three of well-developed chess , and nearly a ...

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Growing of Winter Wheat . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1860

Growing of Winter Wheat . It is an undisputed fact that for the past three years the growing of this grain has in the main proved unprofitable , though we may partially except the present year . But this is no good reason why wheat in a judicious rotation cannot be made to pay . One great loss is by the severe winds of the northwest in March , drying out the roots and leaving them clead . This could be remedied by p lanting belts of timber to break the force of the wind , and the use of a roller to pack the earth . For the next few years we may expect but tho usual amount of rain , and wheat will become a paying if not a popular crop . We have undoubtedly again entered upon the cycle of wheat seasons that will restore some of the old fame of the country . — With this immense crop of corn people will pause and enquire what we shall plant for a change . We answer , both spring and winter wheat . Good judges estimate the surplus crop of wheat for Wisconsin at 12 , 000 , 006 bash , and ...

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$ ! w & wvfa Jttvittw . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 September 1860

$ ! w &\\ wvfa Jttvittw . BATLHAOHE & BAKER , Publishers . M . L . DXJNLAP , Editor . sramcFWLD , SEPTEMBER I , ISGO . tflirn shall wc Break Prairie ? We answer , at any time when the frost is out of the ground . Ah ! but that won t do . Well it will do every time if you will use the right kind of a plow , in the right way . From the time that tho grass makes a vigorous growth and while it continues to grow , prairie can be the most cheaply broken up with a good sixteen inch prairie breaker , but should not be cut more than three inches deep . At other seasons , or wlien the grass is in a state of rest use a double Michigan plow ; set the top plow so that it will cut an inch deep and the bottom plow two or two and a half inches deeper . We have before stated that we sowed spring wheat on seven acres of prairie broken up the last of February and first of March in the spring of 1859 with the double Michigan and replowed in the Fall and sowed last March . We now...

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