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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 August 1842

AGRICULTURAL REPOSITORY THE UNION AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY hoe now opened its REPOSITORY ot 112 Lake Street , and consignments ate solicited tor GRAINS , ROOTS , AND SEEDS of all kmk , FRUIT TREES AND SHRUBBERY ; GARDENING AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS , AND MACHINES . Either common or patented , and anything useful in AGRICULTURE . Commissions for the purchoseor sale of valuable animals , will receive particular attention . Communications , post-paid , may bo addressed to tho Corresponding Secretary Un . Agr . Soc . BRISTOLS EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA , fS NOW eonsideredthemostapproved med icine for removing disease , arising from an abuse of Mercury , chronic and constitutional diseases , such as Scrofulas , King s Evil Eruptions , Ofclinale Old Sorest , Rheumatic Affections , Salt Rheum , Scald Head , and other diseases arising from an impure state of the Blood—Also . Chronic Affections of the Liver , Lungs and Chest , is now for sale at 124 Lake St ™ t , by S . SAWYER , Jan . 1842 . Exclusive...

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CATTLE-SHOWS AND FAIRS . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 September 1842

CATTLE-SHOWS AND FAIRS . Every spirited a % ricullv . rist should patronize them . We say patronize , for his attendance ia the best kind of patronage . To be sure , em might stsy away , and if by the means a good autre of money were obtained out of him , many would like it . But suppose every enterprising farmer staid away , and , as an equivalent for his attendance , gave ten times what he would if he had gone , how long would cattle-shows and fairs be sustained and made interesting ? Money , doubtless , aids very essentially in giving interest to these annual meetings ; but , if either money or farmers must be dispensed with , by all means let it be the money . Bringing the farmers together would effect some good , at any rate ; but unless the farmers by meeting together , provided some way of spending the money committed to them , it would be rather a useless commodity . Other necessary patronage will be sure to folloa from those who attend regularly the meetings of a Society , ...

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' j : ; TO CORRESPONDENTS . ¦ ' • ¦ ¦ [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 September 1842

j : ; TO CORRESPONDENTS . ¦ • ¦ ¦ . . ; We shall notbe likely to distrust bur correspondents again , 1 at - least hot very : soon . Wo feared we should notbe able to * make but two , pages of communications , because . we had but two or three on hand at the tirttof the monih . But they have come in from allquarldrs , till wehavei now thtrteen for the next No ; Surely Iff the ; farmers aro ao mindful of our claims upoitr their time , at this busy season of the year , ihi > r will , never permit us to sufrerfromWglW . I » oehafof our readers , wo return youmoit hearty thanks . But O , the ( hundreds that so far neg / tett their , dmies as not to be included in i ! il « roiurn , of thanks I What shall be said ( 0 you V -Let id * thundorings of your gujlty coriaeienco niivror . Incog s and Dr . Knapp s wire received the same da ^ and thqfo being so , roach matter set that we ionld jibt got ! ih but doe of them , wo tossed adpllfe to see vyblchsbould bo Inserted , and Drf K , ...

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Western Farmer's own Paper . THE UNION AGRICULTURIST [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 September 1842

Western Farmers own Paper . THE UNION AGRICULTURIST wos BO npo as to cause it to shell easy , and considerable was wasted . This , in our opinion , U the chief objection to this machine . It would bo imprudent to harvest with it as early as most ol our farmers now prefer , on account of the liability of the groin to heat in the chaff ; and , if left till it gels ripe , there will bo much wastage . Wc suppose one of the machines will be exhibited at the Fair , and a committee prepared to report upon it . Wisco . vsi !» . —Wo observe by our Wisconsin exchanges , that GEO . RUED , Esq .. Cor . Sec . of the Tor . Ag . Soc , ia endeavoring to obtain sta tistica of each county in Wisconsin , from which to compile a report to the Agricultural Society next winter , furnishing a complete history of the Territory . It will not only contain agricultural statistics and information , but a topographical description of the country , with its means of education , &? ., & e ...

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COMMUNICATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 September 1842

COMMUNICATIONS For the Onion Agriculturist A PM » THAT WILL GREATLY FA ^ CIUTATE THE SETTLEMENT AND CULTIVATION OP THE PRAIRIES . > MO . I . That the situation of the Illinois farmer is very peculiar when compared with that of the same class who inhabit the eastern States , most persons will readily admit . But how the husbandman , from the east or from Europe , shall adapt his means to his peculiar situation so as to secure its peculiar advantages , and not greatly suffer by its peculiar disadvantages , is not quite so obvious . Having resided in Illinois since 1834 , and having seen not a little of the choicest lands tbat lie out of doors , ( for I contend that the prairies of Northern Illinois are unsurpassed in their readiness to yield the substantial , and many of the luxuries , of life , with the same amount of labor bestowed , minus the difficulties of fencing them , by any lands found in a state of nature in either of the temperate zones , ) my thoughts have been ...

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BOTANICAL NAMES OF GRAINS , GRASSES , WEEDS , & c . Continued from page 70 . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 September 1842

BOTANICAL NAMES OF GRAINS , GRASSES , WEEDS , & c . Continued from page 70 . 1 Tt A MBROSIA T BWIDA , L . A coarse , worthless weed ; in waste grounds , fence-rows , & C . 134 * A— — E LATIOR , L . Bitter-weed : Rag-wad . A common nuisance ; generally abundant ia stubble-fields , after harvest . 135 . B IDENS C BBYSANTHEHOIDSS , MX . Beggar-Ticks , A frequent nuisance , in swampy meadow * . along rivulets , & c . j 3 g _ jj FEONDOSA , L . J Spanish Needles . Troublesome pests , abont gardens and culnV 137 ] B B IMNNATIFIDA , L . J tivated lots . 138 . A NTHEMIS C OTOXA , L . Stinking Chamomile : Dog s Fennel : Richardson s Pinlt . A troublesome , fetid little nuisance 1 common in waste grounds , lanes , and pasture lota . 139 . ACHILLEA M ILLEFOLII , L . Yarrow : Milfoil , A common weed in our pastures ; considered entirely worthless here , though English writers speak of it as being food for cattle . 140 . C HRYSANTHEMUM L EBCANTHEHOM , L , Daisy...

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AN ESSAY ON THE IMPORTANCE OF LIME IN SOILS .-No . 3 , [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 September 1842

AN ESSAY ON THE IMPORTANCE OF LIME IN SOILS .-No . 3 , IT DARIUS LAPIUM , CIVIL ENGINEER . Continued from page 70 . This original humus may . however , be combined with acids , either mineral or vegetable ; ( according to Dr . Jackson , humus itself is composed of acids ;) in which state the air and moisture will not act upon it so as to dissolve it , and in such case the application of lime or an alkali is necessary to neutralize the acids , and bring the humus to such a state that the atmospheric agents may dissolve it , and render it capable of becoming food for plants . This condition of the humus is indicated by the general sterility of soils which , in all other respects , present a proper constitution ; and by the scanty growth of acid plants , such as pine , sorrel , sour dock , & c . This view of the origin of humus rationally accounts for the surprising effects produced on worn-out soils by the recent practice of deep subsoil plowing . A new supply of humus is ...

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HOUSEHOLD OEfARTMENV [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 September 1842

HOUSEHOLD OEfARTMENV To PREPARE TOMATOES fOR WINTER S USE . — The best and easiest method of preparing tomatoes for use out of their season , rhat wo know of , is that of our mother-. Take a qumtityof ripe tomatoes and skin ¦ them in tho usual manner , by dipping them in hot water , and cook them thoroughly . Put them into a strong cloth and squeeze them dry . Spread lhe pulp on a buiterod platter , nnd set il under the stove or in a hot sun till it is dried thoroughly , and pack it away in a bag in a dry place . Add < o the juice sufficient sugar to season tlie tomatoes when cooked , and boil ii down • mo-half , and bottle and cork it tight . When wanted . fur use , take some of the cakes and some of the juice , and add enough more of cream , milk , or water , to make it of Ihe right consistency . Farmers wives and daughters would do well to prepare large quantities of tomatoes in ilris manner , and of green corn , as given in ihe last No ., lo bring lo market next winte...

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USEFUL RECIPES . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 September 1842

USEFUL RECIPES . DISEASES or SHEEP . —Rot . —{ Continued from page 71 . ]—Appearances on Dissection . —The first thing which strikes a person on viewing the caicass of a sheep which has died of rot , is its leanness . In conducting the examination , the fell appears of a bluish white , the muscles are pale and wasted , and fat hardly to be met with . Where it once existed , a tough yellow substance alone remains , which is so destitute of all pretensions to the name of suet , that it cannot , even when thrown upon a fire , be made to blaze . Dropsical accumulations are found in the legs , neck , chest , and belly . On opening the chest , the lungs are often seen adhering at intervals to the lining membrane of the ribs , and have always a shrunk , diminutive appearance . These adhesions are frequently seen where there are no tubercles , and are in that case simply the result of exposure to cold ; but where they arc coincident with tubercles , they may be ascribed either to the animal...

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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 September 1842

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES Kendall co ., auxiliary to the U . A . S . Levi Hills Fres . ; Alraon Ives , Sec . Organized the 7 ( 1 , Jone , 1841 . / , « Salle co ., auxiliary to the U . A . S . -Isaac Hardy , Pres . ; Elmer Baldwin , Cor . Sec . ; M . kvan , Rec . Sec . Organized last fall , and holds its first Fair Wednesday , the 12 th OctScott co , —Edward Mitchell , Pres . ; E . G . Miner , Sec . Organized in the fall of 1839 , and bad a Fair last fall . Winnebago co Geo . Haskell , Pres . ; u . W . Lee , Sec . Organized the 13 th April , 1841 , and had a grand Cattle-Show and Fair last fall , and has another the 12 th October . Edgar co . —Joseph Curtis , Vies . ; E . Abbott , RJC . $ ec . i B . F . Lodge , Cor . Sec . Had a Fair last fall , and has another this fall . Schuyler co . —H . Chadsey , Pres . ; C . C . Slurtivant , Clerk ; J- T , Wnrlhington , Cor . Sec . Formed in the spring of 1840 , and held ils annual Fair in October last . Another Fair is to lie field this fall ; ti...

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 September 1842

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We are indebted to Hon . JOHN T . STUART for sundry public documents . W ill he plesse forward us a copy of Mr . Leaviti s memorial upon the wheat trade \ To Hon . H . L . ELLSWORTH , for a sample o | Mediterranean wheat , which we have sent to H . Gifford , F . sq ., lo be sown . It is recommended by Moses B . Smith and Mr . S . Powell , of Philadelphia , who have quantities of it to sell at 31 75 per bushel , as proof against the fly , and almost proof against the rust . We hope it may prove so , and that it is not puffed into notice to make sale of common wheat at a high price . There are so many such speculations , as California wheat at $ 5 per head , that new seeds are viewed with great distrust when praised otiiy by those who are willing lo sell small quantities for lhe benefit of the public , merely to distribute the seed . 1 THE KEXT No . may perhaps be delayed till the middle or loiter part of October , as we wish to publish in the present vol . the proceed...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 September 1842

BUFFALO NURSERY . THE Stock now on hand for sale is larger than at any former piriod , embracing tho most choice and select kinds of the APPLE , PEAR , PEACH , PLUM , CHERRY , APRICOT , QUINCE , GRAPES , N c ! C T A RIN E , GOO SE B E RRl KS , CURRANTS , STRAWBERRIES , & c . A VISE COLLECTION OF ORNAMENTAL TREES , FLOWERING SHRUBS & PLANTS , EMMUCItiO ALMOST KVKRY UKSIRAHLE ARTICLE IS THIS DEPARTMENT . Also for sale , 25 , 000 engrafted Apple-Treea , of one year s growth , from the graft and hud , from one to two feet high , comprising 120 of the most choice kinds of the Apple , four-fifths of which have been cut from bearing trees , and consequently will soon come into bearing , will be sold fot cash at the low price of $ 6 per hundred . No less ihan from 5 lo 10 of any one kind to bo taken . Also , 5 , 000 seedlings of the true English Maxzard Cherry , al $ 6 per hundred . Trees and Phiuls packed in superior order , and shipped at Buffalo , on board of any ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 September 1842

AGRICULTURAL REPOSITORY THEUNION AGRICULTHRAL SOUK TV has BOW opened its EXPOSITORY ot Hi Lake Street , nnd consignments ore solicited of GRAINS , ROOTS , AND SEEDS of all kinds FRUIT TREES AND-SHRUBBERY , CAKDENING AND FA 11 MIKO IMPLEMENTS , AND MACHINES , Either common or patented , and anything tiselui .. in AGRICULTURE . Commissions for the purchase or sale of valuable animals , will receive particular atention . Communications , jros / . / MWi , may be addressed to Iho Corresponding Secretary Un . Agr . Hoc . BRISTOLS EXTRACT OF SAUSAPARILT . A , fS NOW considered themortapproved incd icine fur removing disease , ari » ii . < r fuun an abuse of Mercury , chronic n » d constitutional diseases , such as- Scrofula * , King s Evii , Eruptions , Obstinate Old Sores , Rheumatic Allections , Salt Rheum , Scald Head , nnd other diseases mining from an impure slate of tiic Blond—Also . Chronic AITccliniis of Die Liver , Lunrra an , l Chest , is now for sale at 124 Lake iilre...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 September 1842

; . . FRUIT , TREES FOR SALE . THE Editor of the Union Agriculturist is authorised to contract for the sale of any amount of APPLE TREES over 1000 and not exceeding 0000 , to be delivered at Chicago , about the 10 th of Nov . next , ingood order . The prico to be $ 12 50 per , 100 lo be paid on dolivery lo lhe agent at Chicago . Each 100 trees to be packed separately , and to contain from 10 to 20 varieties , ombracingasfiries of early and late fruit , which will furnish the purchasers with good apples every day iu the year . — Each variety in the package labeled separatel y and warranted to bo of the kind described , — , The above trees , will be taken from a nursery of about 60 , 000 , embracing over 100 varieties of the most popular and well known apples in lhe United States . The trees proposed lobe sold will he of two season s growth from the grafts , from three to seven feet high . EDSON HARKNESS . Fruit Farm , Pooria co . June 1842 . 7 i CiTRYCHNliWor Killing WoTi ^ for sale ...

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THE UNION AGiilCULTDRIST [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 October 1842

THE UNION AGiilCULTDRIST Western Parawr s own Paper . . AND VViMTSM l . lAIIUK FAItJIEIt , ruMiAril at Ciici ; i > , Monthly , liy the Union Atrriculturnl 8 oc | ety , the orrpin of the Illinois . St . tto Agricultural Socjoly . ani of other YVestern Societies . . . . VOL . SliCOND , IEI 3 . . The matter la prepared expressly for the Western Far ~ r & tr \ onelulfti thr . io fourliisnfil being o > i : riuul , unci tijo ron niudor sol , ct I from thirty three Aariciiltaral uniieri < o » 6 ry 0 : 10 in tun United . States , that is kuwii to \ n . ) uud a sroat v irinty ui - utlinr n . Mhamro | ialili < i . itibnii anil scienWic works , In Hie li .-. t volume * we published 131 ) communicutions . l ro ; n practical firmorii tillover tho \ Vm- . , ud It in expect » il , 1 : 11 s year , tin paper liiliijr mare extensively l : iiowu , t ! iit ivii « liilllicaWnloi ; ivt ! iiniiy mure . . rha . nacnn . 1 rnluai 1 is commenced iv itli ...

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COMMUNICATIONS . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 October 1842

COMMUNICATIONS . For the Onion Agriculturist REVIEW OF THE AUGUST NO ., Ms . EDITOR : It has been suggested to us by a friend , in whoso judgment we have much confidence , that it would be better to occupy the brief space allotted us in each No ., with more extended remarks , on one or two of the leading or most prominent articles . Aware ot the great room there is for improvement , we will try our friend s suggestion for once . It is not our purpose , however , to be methodical . • The contribuiors may find us returned to our old plan of exchanging a nod and a word with each one in the very next No ., or trying some sew plon , either our own or another s . In lancing over this No ., we are constrained lo declare , in general , that there is so . much vior and richness of original matter throughoof , that we are at a loss what particular porlion lo seine upon in carrying vout our friend s advice We pronounce it , upon the whole ,. the best , No . we have read ; and having satisfied ...

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Tp UNION AGRiCffLTGTRiST [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 October 1842

Tp UNION AGRiCffLTGTRiST Inbor ; and , in tlmother , money is contributed for lliesuppiiit e . our governi iienl . In every brunch of industry nchipicd lo us , wo eunleiVy this poll . yshci-alcl lie inliipletl , M > hug as otii articles are i ; , xi-, | hy f ..: eig < , er . s ; ntei-uviM :, M pay just so mil Ii iriliu e lo foreign governlitems . For iii > i : iine , if *\ x busln T , nf wheal would nay id ,. ,.,,., „ , „ j .,,,, ] „ , - tjjn ^ i , ; ml ; ,, | cloth , a d l nrli . iiniiitiii . ii ,, su a duly of 33 pi cenl lip .:, ilin wheal , niic .-t ive ntit i ; ive two r-uslicii ninru Ii does nd nun ,: om , . , t i ) ...- inar . tit .-. i-. iurei , for ihe eon . pi-titicn , c impels him lo se |! ui tlin I . iwc . i pissibl-: laies , wheihti llieic : In , i il II iv HI mi , and , | ,,.. icciilitinii of il „ duty inusi t-. e ieliiro e ,, ui | cl us . io p y just si much nunc fur wiiat we buy . Is it om i-vulenl , tlii . iel ure , thai it wo wi-ulo ...

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AN ESSAY ON THE IMPORTANCE OF LIME IN SOILS . —No . 4 . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 October 1842

AN ESSAY ON THE IMPORTANCE OF LIME IN SOILS . —No . 4 . XV DABJU 5 LAPHiM , CIVIL ENGINEER . Continued from page 78 . In Ihe previous numbers , I have attempted to show the principles of the aclion of lime in restoring fertility to exhausted soils , and I now propose to make some remarks on the application of lime to soils , tbgether with some additional remarks upon the principles of Us action , Befoie proceeding to remark upon its application , it may be well to recapitulate the principles upon which its usefulness in agricuhure depends ; remarking , at the same time , that these principles ought to be wall understood by the practical farmers themselves 1 . The most important use of lime in renovating soils that have become exhausted by over-cropping , is dependent upon the principle which lime possesses of converting vegetable and animal substances , as well as tho original humus which may be remaining iri the soil , into soluble food for plants ; and of forming with those substa...

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USEFUL RECIPES . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 October 1842

USEFUL RECIPES . DISEASES PP SHEEP . —Rot . —( Continued from p . 79 J—Fluke-worms and hydatids are almost constant attendants on rot , and seemingly most important ones , especially the former , which have , 1 may say , kept a great bulk ot tho learned and unlearned for many years in a perpetual bustle , and have so effectually hoodwinked writers en this subject , as to prevent them from seeing the truly important points in ihediseaso . Forlhis reason , I hold them worthy of particular description ; as it is only by beppining acquainted with their history and habits that we can form cerrect ideas either of their modp of origin or of their supposed ability to cause rot . Be Liver Fluke ( fasciola hepalica or disloma hcpalicum , ) derives its name from the rcoomblancc it beors to the plaice or flounder , though its shape has been more aptly compared to thai of a melon seed . It is flat and oval , of a brownish-yellow pplor , and varies in size from that of a pinhfad to ono inch in Ip...

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HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT- [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 October 1842

HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT- To MAKE SAGE CHEESE . —Take the tops of sago , and press tho juice from thorn by boating in a mortar , do the same with leaves of spinach , and mix the two juices together . After pulling tho rennet fo tho milk , pour in some of thia juico , regulate the quantity by the eolor and tasio to bo given to iho cheeso . As the curd appears , break il gently and in an equal manner ; then , emptying it into the cheosp vat , let it be a little pressed , in order to matte it cat mellow . Having siood for about seven hours , salt and turn it daily fo ; four or five weeks , whpn it will bp fit to oat . Tho spinach ; besides improving thp flavor arid correcting Ihe bitterness of tho sage , will give a much finer Pblpr than can ba obtained from sago alone . —Selected . TOMATO C ATSUR . —The tomatoes , when fully ripe , should bo bruispd and boiled slowly , for half an hour ; then strained through a cloth , and the liquid boiled onoiherhalfhour , after adding salt and spices ,...

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