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USEFUL RECIPES [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 March 1841

USEFUL RECIPES BLIND STAGGERS . —A correspondent of the New Genesee Farmer gives the following remedy for this disease in Swine . ¦ As to the cause of this disease , I am not able to speak decidedly ; but suppose it to arise from a determination of blood to the head . Leaving the cause , therefore , to abler hands , I will proceed to the cure . Catch the hog , and with a sharp knife , make an incision thro the skin 2 or 2 | inches in length , vertically on the forehead , about 1 j inches below the top of the head , and insert into the wound and under the skin , as much fine salt as possible , . Repeat the application hourly , and it will very soon effect a cure . 1 HOVEN CATTLE . —The contrivance of Dr . , Morris , of England , first published in 1793 , is the most effectual , and may not be known to all of your readers . It consists of a flexible tube , mode of wire , covered with soft leather . Br . M . found that the distance from the foreteeth to the first stomach of a large ox ...

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YOUNG MEN'S DEPARTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 March 1841

YOUNG MENS DEPARTMENT From the Southern Agriculturist . NOTES AND REFLECTIONS ON SOILS , AND THEIR IMPROVEMENT . Vegetables , like animals , derive their nourishment from the products of organization ; but while the multifarious wants of the higher order of animals impel them to rove the earths surface in quest of food , the more bumble vegetable , having no faculty of spontaneous motion , is fixed to the soil , from the bosom of which it pumps up , by its infinitude of radicles , a portion of the nourishment necessary for its subsistence , while another portion is imbibed from the circumambient air , by its expanded foliage . Thechief organic materials by which both these kingdoms of nature are nourished and sustained , are susceptible of being reduced to a few gaseous elements , —Oxygen , Hydrogen , and Nitrogen—which by combinations amongst themselves , and with other ultimate elements , form numerous proximates , some of which are common constituents of both animals and vegetabl...

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EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT - m " — ¦ [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 March 1841

EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT - m — ¦ Instead of inserting matter selected for this department , we cheerfully give way to the following communication . Of the utility of such schoofs properly conducted , there can be little question .- We hope something may be done , and that right speedily forthe establishment of such an institution among us ; and we know of no one better qualified than Mr . G . himself , to remove certain contingent obstacles , such as obtaining the funds , fcc . PLAN FOR A MECHANICS SCHOOL . For illustration , take the trade of an ironfinisher ; which requires that the mechanic should understand taking the iron , steel , or other metal from the bar , forging and finishing it , and to draw his own plans and designs of machinery to work from . The first thing necessary , is to choose a location where there would be sufficient demand for the-work of the shops , so as to turn the labor of the scholars or apprentices to the best account ; also , a pleasant and retired situa...

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CHICAGO PRICES CURRENT . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 March 1841

CHICAGO PRICES CURRENT . CORRECTED MAncmlst ., 1841 . BREAD STUFFS— $ cts . gets . Flour , Superfine , per bbl . 3 25 a 3 50 Corn Meal , bu . 28 a 31 GRAINWheat , Winter , bo . 48 a 52 do . Spring , bu . 37 a 43 Corn , , ¦ ¦¦¦>¦ ¦ bu . 28 a 31 Oats , bu . 20 a Barley , bu 25 a 31 - ¦ Beans , : bu . 37 a 50 SALTFmc , » bhk 3 25 a — HIDES— Green , lb . 3 a 3 fc Dried , lb . 8 a 9 GROCERIES—Molasses , gal . 65 a 75 Sugar , St . Croix , cwt . 11 50 o 12 00 do . N . 0 . do . 10 00 a 11 00 do . Maple , do . 6 00 a 8 00 Tea , Imperial , lb . 1 00 a 1 13 do . Y . Hyson , lb . 65 a 87 White Fish , bbl . 7 00 « —I LUMBER—Clear , M . 13 00 a 20 00 Meiclmntable , do . 9 00 a 12 00 Flooring , do 12 00 a 14 00 Siding , / do . 10 00 n 14 00 Rotu > e , do . 7 00 a 8 00 Shingles , do . 2 00 a 3 00 Lath , Board , co . 8 00 a 10 00 PROVISIONS—Poik , . cwt . 2 50 a 3 25 do . Mess , bbl . 10 00 a 12 00 v do . Prime , do . 8 00 a 10 00 Besf , on foot , cwt .. 3 00 a 3 50 do . packed...

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PROSPECTUS . " ! . . '"" .. [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 March 1841

PROSPECTUS . ! . . .. THE uV « ra . A . oKicuxiuaAi , SOCIETI ; commences a , hew series of it s paper , with greatl y increased confidence , in its r success . . The .. interest manifested by Western farmers in its prosperity and usefulness , by subscriptions and contributions to its columnsj is convincing proof that itheyare determined to sustain it . : ¦ , The name of . , t Wes tern Pra irie Farmer , has been added to that of Union Agriculturist , as more , indicative of its character ; and no endeavors will be spared on the part of the Society and individual members , to make-it all its new title would indicate . The paper commenced at Springfield under . that name , has been discontinued ; and we hope at least to make this supply its place . The Illinois State Agricultural Society , having been recently , organized , and thispaper adopted as its organ , its proceedings , together with the prize essays , reports , and-other agriculturalinformation procured by it ; will be first ...

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~ LIST OF AGENTS . "^ ILLINOIS . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 March 1841

~ LIST OF AGENTS . ^ ILLINOIS . Carlisle , Mr Woolscy Fralrielm , Shad . Ruark Cltlinwilti , Horace Look PrairieiluLmig . E Ncwshan Com , S P Breed ¦ Puria , 1 U Fuller CaluMut , Jolm T ( litmer VinckneyviW , lit Jones Dtrim , Jtimea . Waters . Ferry , J S Kliijr Delaware , B Saunders Yenliac , 11 G Hubbiird Diiim , Chvles A 1 iue ¦ Pifcin , H Hatch Danville , Kev Asa L . Klsley VUltfind , I ) 1 ! Busli JJunciraliii , B I . ingfird Tailduek s Grave , a Flags Decutnr , 11 W Oirin - Quincy , J 11 Holton Eqanlily , John Reynolds KusteUmlte , U Wuxford Elbridge , 1 W Panisli Ktuhvttle , J l > Manlovo EMntlm , Thns Toy . Sick Sprint , Uev J H Peck Ellitville , L D Ellis ¦ : Rockford , Jason Mnrsli EliiiMk Tarn , Jas Sleet Jlnscoc , Henry Aliel Eaflt pi ., L Solomon P-idge prairie , Geo Cliurctlill Exeer , Jas OiTltlurJt Xhiiwneelown , B 11 Oatewooii Fiirfitld , i S Smart «/ irjwjG « rifcii , U WComptpn Fountain Grave , h Premiss $ 1 . Francitville , V Kuchanan inejorl , J A Cl...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 March 1841

HpHE above cut is . from a ^ Berkshire boar owned -by J . HiL e avonworthJ of falncagO ) . !!! . J . , Black , Hawk , is from the stock of the late Judge Buel , ! cSf Albfihy ) N , Y ., aM . measures six leeVfrom . erid ., of snotitto rbpj ; of tail , girths four feet . eight 1 inches , and althoughout , in , working order , . weighs Qver . fou rhundred pounds ; : •¦¦ !! 1 . .., . > . . ,.. -j ^ - ; , ;; Mr .. L . has a sriiall- stoek . offull blooded Borkshiresyand ^ cto h ow ^^ application is . rhade soon . He h . as arsq a litter of pigsby . BiackHa yk . outof aBynelq ^ pw . uoLWMtt a cu ., uoaiv .--jii « ii JOB PitlNTniiHS , SALOOJf BUlXOlJVGrS , CHICAGO .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 March 1841

BACHELDEB S PATENT PLANTINa .,. . MACHINE . THE Subscriber having been appointed Agent by the Proprietors of the above named Patent , for manufacturing and selling said Machines at Alton j ; nridalso for disposing ofthe right td rnnnufaotUre Ml ] sell tho enme in tho eeyerol comities of 11linois , would respectfully call the attention of Farmers and mechanics generally to . this valuable invention . ::- ; i .. This machine is constructed on principles altogether different from all others for similar purposes . It performs the operation of planting . without opening a furrow , thereby dispensing with coverers , that rrro cohtinunlly liable to clog , and get out of order . It simply raises the soil a little , and at the same time drops the seed nt any distance desired , wben-tbefBoil falls back to its original place , and isimmediately followed by a moveable guoge , that leaves the soil to any depth over the seed that the operator chooses ; it also removes all small stones and sods fr...

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THE UNION AGRICULTURIST [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 April 1841

THE UNION AGRICULTURIST PUBLISHED MONTHLY , BY THE UNION AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY , EDITED BY THIS CORRESPONDING SECRETARY , TIIK 0 <; GAN OP THE ILLINOIS STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY . ; TERMS . —The Union Agriculturist will be published the first week in each month , at one dollar per annum , pat / able invariably in adcance . Those procuring subscribers out of the district of tholT . A . S ., will be entitled to , every sixth copy gratis , Clubs of six , receiving , their papers at one oflice , shall receive six copies for one year upon remitting five dollars ., $ 5 = No communications will receive attention , unless postpaid .. Some subscribcrsinremjtting their dollar , pay only single postage . Injsucn cases we have to pay postage also , audit will always be deducted from the year ssuhscriptibn . Those remitting , can save themselves the postage , by asking the P . M . to frank the letters , who is fully authorized by the P . M . Genial to do it . Communications , Papers ,...

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COMMUNICATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 April 1841

COMMUNICATIONS For the Union-Agriculturist ELGIN , 111 ., March 15 th , 1841 . SILK CULTURE NO . III . Mr . Editor , —Having made up our minds to become silk growers , our first eare should be to provide food for tho worms * For this we rnus ( look to the Mulberry . I have already indicated tho kinds esteemed best for this purpose . Let the white Italian , the Broussa , the Alpine and other hardy varieties be cultivated as standard trees , to shade and ornament yards and avenues , field enclosures and the wayside , and contribute as they may to the interests of the magnanery ; but for early , continued and profitable feeding I would rely chiefly on the ¦ Multicaulis , patch . THE SI TUATION , when practicable , should be elevated , dry , and not have a Southern expos ure . THE SOIL should be sandy , loamy or gravely , not strong , and having a leachy sub-soil . THE PLANTING and cultivation is much the same as would be requisite in perfecting a crop • of Indian corn . Plough deep , a...

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THE GLEAME , R , ; [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 April 1841

THE GLEAME , R , ; ; > HaviQg , oasoar . « cc ] ian ^ ; Ui 9 t > . ; e ]) i 6 ^ t- Wr $ ^! agricultural publieitioh ^ WeeidyyS ^^ oriw- ^ ty and r .. monthlyy be ^ ide ^) te t <( rr ^^ u n ^^^ t Others ; . ¦ wp . ^ pe , : , pften . , descriptiye . nptioesjjpr excellent sdviccand i re caj ^ ji ^ ijjl ^ blffil ^ ltoht iyill nbt . 8 Hb w . us , fo , i jispr ^ peve . inr , part ; tKeV annpy ^ shall . ; under this fie ^ Vl ^ ve . et ^ B ^ spbsbiit ^ j p ^/ r those ; articles ; . which ; eon bp , cpndenis . ejdi . being , ; evb r . ca i ^ nishing , iV , A ; l ^ r «^ y :: p ^ parjB d , . - |« . i ^ . W 4 ^^^ ; flftt ^^» jr . ^ , i i , ; . ( G oLMBORouprt s- & uskitifo ^ kvfc & Kmtim ! ^ k ^^ i ^ tiiYk \ i : ^^^!^ Mf € . ifiWi :- machine , that it operates ; as -fast as / lt wb inert- ; . witfi tbeeorn ; : in -the M ^ it , sweeping every graih : ! frOm ; 4 hiS cabj entirely 1 - hapkling , the , Jiu , skB . alhrpsdyjfor , the roattres ...

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THE UNION AGRICULTURIST . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 April 1841

THE UNION AGRICULTURIST . IN UNION TS STRBNOTH . APRIL . 1841 . OFFICERS OF THE U . A . S . JOHN DEAN CATON , of Will Co ., Pres . LEVI HILLS , La Salle 1 < j HOLDER SISSON , Will , o LEWIS ELLSWORTH , Du Page \ | 1 JAS . T . GIFFORD , Kane g SETH WASHBURN , McHenry J WM . B . OGDEN , Cook <« Treas . JNO . S . WEIGHT , do . Rec . Sec Do . do . Cor . Sec MEETINGS . THE UNION AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY 1 , will hold a Meeting in CHICAGO , on WEDNESDAY the 28 th inst . ; at which time business of importance will be transacted , and an address delivered by ¦ SOLON ROBINSON ESQ . of Lake C . H . Ia . It is expected there will bca full attendance of the members and the friendsof agriculture . • • AnotherMeeting will be held at GENEVA , EANE CO ., on FRIDAY the 28 th MAX at 2 oclock P . M ., when an address will be delivered by * : ¦ . ¦ .. „ i - JAMES T . GIFFORD , ESQ ., / . The organisation of a Copn ty Society , Auxiliary to the U . A . S ., will at that time be conr si...

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HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 April 1841

HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT . more ham . r COOKINO HtMS . —The New Haven Pttr . Gazette says , hams are very nice if boileil three hours , then carefully skinned , and pound * ed crackers ( or rusk ) sprinkled on them , and then baked one hour . We know from experience they are excellent . YEASI . —Boil one pound of good flour , aquarter of a pound of brown sugar , and a little salt , in two gallons of water for an hour ; let it afterwards stand until it becomes milk warm , bpttle it and cork it close . It will bP fit , for use in twenty-four hours . One pint of this will make eighteen pounds of bread . —Lad y s Annual Register . GAPES IH CHICKENS .. —For this disease the Western Farmer and Gardener gives the following remedy : administer on its first appearance three drops of turpentine , in , five or six hours five drops ; if the disorder continue nntil the following morning eight drops ; six or eight hours after , increase to 10 or 12 drops . Give them soft food . Thb chickens must be c...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 April 1841

ACHlCTJi / TUUAL REPOSITORY . rpHE UNIO « AGRICULTURAL SOCIETT riw * n 2 , w „ ° l « ncd its REPOSITORY at the Store of Mr . A . Foliage , US Lake Street , and consignments are solicited of GRAINS , ROOTS , 4 m SEEDS ofM Kini > . FRUIT TREES AND SHRUBBERY . OAHDKKIKO AS ; , „ ARM , NQ IMPLEMENTS , AKj » MACHIKE 8 oither common or patented , and , nythi U 6 cM to Agriculture . Commissions for the purchase or sn „ 0 f valuable nnimola , will receive particular attention . Communications , post-paid , may bo aiiftie saet | to the Corresponding Secretory Un . Agr . Soc . Chicago , 7 lli April , 1841 . PURE BLOOD HOGS . THE Subscriber has a Berkshire Bonr from J . Logging s stock Albany , nnd n certificate from him to show that bo is pure in blood and color , and ol a large breed , being from n superior sow and from his best Bonr ; which I intend to keep for the nccomrnodul ion of any who may wish to improve on their breed of hogs . I have also a Berkshire Sow , and hope to be...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 April 1841

, FRUIT TREES DOil SALE . . THE Subscriber has for sale , and now ready to dig , 450 Peach Trees one and two years old , raised from the stones of grafted peaches , from New York city . For sale also , 600 ; Seedling Apples , one and two years 1 eld . Also , afewiSeedling Plumbs , Quinces , -and Siberian or . Lady-crab ftp . ples , ione and two years old . Also , 150 Black Walnuts and Bulteriiuts . ¦ Come quick if you wont a good bargain . Call on tbe Subscriber ,-two doors West ofthe Bonk , South Water Street . . JEREMIAH PRICE . ; . Chicago , April 8 , 184 t . ,, , . Y ,. . •¦ - ..

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¦ - • ¦ ' ' TO CORRESPONDENTS . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 April 1841

¦ - • ¦ TO CORRESPONDENTS . Col . Win . Gooding s ( not Rustictis ) communication -upon fencing , ; we thought : best to postpone tilithe . hextNo . ; as two long on , es were first received ; C . N . Bement . Esn . - ,. of . Three , Hills Farm , Albany N . £ .,. has sent . the pedigrees of several of his fine animals in reply to the request iabuHstNo . . We . rniist decline inserting it itpreserit on - account of the . press of matter . We expected . pedigrees would be furnished ofW ^ tern animal s . It would be satisfactory to any One purchasing an animal : in the West , if his ancestry , could , bo traced to animals pwned by so honorable a breeder as Mr . B ., Somefew niightiikb to go further back ; -but . they . would be so few we probably , wotild , nbt , be . justified in inserting -the : letter , except as an 1 advertisement . i ;¦ ¦ : ¦ •¦ ! v i : ^ . ; - .- • , ; ; . , , The inquirjeSjOf . f } A y . pung . Farrner . with regard to Clover and , winter , Wheat ,: are an- »\ v...

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LIST OF'AGENTS . ILLINOIS . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 April 1841

LIST OFAGENTS . ILLINOIS . MbUn , i . Brissenden Irogitot a , A M Goounow ^ KS «^ I < I , Joul Catlin , Jordan * prairie , A Andrews jSn iIour , i . Pillsbury JemyvhU , Thijs . Uunmiiigt ) -56 * n » ili >» , $ • Mock JacksinriUc . Mr Jones , caau , Mas , Kletuinl Kerr Jontsboro , Winsl . Uavie ^ llrm , John Vial Knsktakia , Mr Brcibg BcU » ilk ; MqJ . Wash . WestKnozeillt , H J Kunklu hloomfiiU . 3 S . Vim Fleel MMaimkit , G W I , ee jnvffdil , John Bussell Zaw : « i « o ; to , J U Alleuder PUtnningliin . J . H . Teniple Lebanon , Dr A AV . Uasud Btthel , \ V . 1 ) . Cliinery Lima , Jolin C Wonct Ikllmnnt , A . W . Hopo Livingston , l { Brown .-, Bloamfild , E . MlChnll L auiivilU , S B More Bainbddst , W . T . Turner ieuiiiion , Newlou WRtkcf Benton , W . S . Aiken . Lilllt York , II Brownlee Brighton , A A Hilltard liwn , Oonlirmi & Ptrry . HlmminsiilU , A . Trumbull M-ii-lius-tllt , Jblin Slock well Hthidm , O . Bftslmell ¦ Milleribwg , It Wflion...

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PROSPECTUS , [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 April 1841

PROSPECTUS , THE UNION AGRICUMUIUI , SOCIETT commences a new series of its paper with greatly , n « eased confidence in its success . The interest manifested by Western fanners in its prosperity and usefulness , by subscriptions and contributions to its columns , is convincing proof that they are determined to sustain it . The name of Western Prairie Farmer , has been added to that of Union Agriculturist , as more indicative of its character ; and no endeavors will be spared on the part ofthe Society and , individual members , to make it all its new title would indicate . The paper commenced at Springfield under that name , has been discontinued ; and wo hope at least to mdke this supply its place . The Illinois State Agricultural Society having been recently organized , and this paper adopted as its organ , its proceedings , together with the prize essays , reports , and other agricultural information procured by it , will be first published in this paper , and the proceedings of t...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 April 1841

. -.. ^ ^• . , -.,- • . . . .-.. <¦ , t j ,- pf Chicago , * ( , npHE above cut is from a Berkshire -boar owned- b | -JvH . $ W £ V N ,-Y . ) and measure : I - < Black-Hawk » is from , the stock of . the late Judge . Buel , . « , A S and althoug h . but ui siKfeetfromend of snout to root of tail , - girths four feet eig ht- men . _ , .,,. . ,. .,, worldng order , weighs over four hundredvpounds . „ 0 w-ndrt with a few pigs . ri Mr . L has a small stock of lull blooded Berkshtres , jind « a .- W „ out of : a Byfieldsow . - .. application is , made soon . He Has also a litter ^^ V ^^^ r ; - .,- phlrtao . 12 - ¦ —; r-r . —r : TTTi-ra MliIIJ ) ISGS « -. WUliAMy » - > 1 HQLCOMB : fcCO * , BOOK AND JOB I » HINTKtS , SALOOI ? W l . « - , :: f ¦ ¦

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 April 1841

BACHELBER S * PATENT PLANTUS 9MACHINE . THE Subscriber having been appointed , A ^ entby the Proprietors of tho above named Patent for mnmifacturing and selling said Machines ot Alton- and also for disposingof the right to manufacture and sell tbe . same in the several cottntiee of B-, linoia , would respectfully coll the attention of Farmors and mechanics - generaljy to , this valuable la-. Te Tliis machine is constructed onpriricipiesalfrjes-. therdiffe - rent from all others . for similar purposea .. It neXms the operation of planting without ope ; ,-. infa flrrow , thereby dispensing with coverer * hat are continually liable to clog , and get outtf • „ w • \ t aimnly raises-the ami a little , and at tr » m \ i ^ Xpstbe seed at any distance desired , X lffioliUT ^ . to «» oriBnriP ^ « d * wnon . iu » hi i owett by a moveable gunge , that I 1 ™ - ftit im depth over the seed that 1 b . Sor c 1 1 : it also removes all small stone * 0 | IC S , from the place where the seed is deposit...

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