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

CHICAGO PRICES CURRENT . CORKECIED ArniL 7 th , 1841 . BREAD STUFFS- $ cts . ( Jets . Flour , Superfine , per bbl . 3 25 o 3 50 Corn Meal , bu . 28 a 31 GKAIN- ¦ ¦¦¦ „ Wheat , Winter , . . bu . 48 a 56 do . Spring , bu . 37 a 44 Qorn , . bu . 28 a 31 Oats , bu . 20 o -- Barlny , bu . 25 a 31 Beans , bu . 37 a 50 SALT—Fine , bbl . 3 25 a - — HIDES—Green , lb . 3 a 3 £ Dried , ¦ lb . . 8 a 9 GKOCEMES- , Molasses , gal . 65 a 75 Sugar , St . Croix , cwt . 11 50 a 12 00 do . N . O . do . 10 00 a 11 00 do . Maple , do . 0 00 a 10 CO Tea , Imperial , . , lb . 1 00 a 1 13 , do . Y . Hyson , lb . 65 o 87 White Fish , bbl . 7 00 a . ¦ ¦ —! LUMBER— . Clear , -. M . 16 00 o 20 . 0 Q Merchantable , do . 9 00 o 12 00 Flooring , do . 12 00 a 14 00 Siding , do . 10 00 o 14 00 Kefuse , do . 7 00 a 8 00 Shingles , , . ¦ do . 2 00 o . 3 00 Lath , Board , . • . do . 8 , 00 a 10 0 C I PEOVISIONS-7 . • .,- ¦ ¦ .. , • -. Pork , , cwt . 2 50-a 3 25 do . Mess , . bbl . 10 00 a 12 00 do . Prime , . do . 8 0...

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

THE UNION AGRICULTURIST PUBLISHED MONTHLY , BY THE UNION AORICULTUUAL SOCIETY , EDITED BY TUB CORRESPONDING SECRETARY , THE ORGAN OF HIE ILLINOIS STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY . TERMS . —The Union Agriculturist will be published the first week in each month , at one dollar per annum , payable invariably in adcance . Those procuring subscribers out of the district of the U . A . S ., will be entitled to every sixth copy gratis . Clubs of six , receiving their papert at one office , shall receive six copies for one year upon remitting five dollars , ( f ^ r No communications will receive attention , unless mst paid . Some subscribers in remitting their dollar , pay only single postage , in such cases we have to pay postage also , and it will always bo deducted from the year s subscription . Those remitting , can save themselves the postage , by asking the P . M . to frank the letters , who is fully authorized by the P . M . General to do it . Communications , Papers , Addresses , &am...

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THE GLEANER , [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 May 1841

THE GLEANER , THE OX PENNSYLVANIA . —The March Ho . of the Farmer s Cabinet furnishes a drawing of this magnificent animal , a cross between the Devon and Durham ; live weight 3350 lbs . ; slaughtered at Philadelp hia on the 2 d February , 1841 , and weight of the 4 quarters 3383 lbs . We do not understand why the enormous sum of $ 1500 was paid for him merely for slaughtering , as it makes the cost of the meat more than 00 cents per pound , which even a hotel-keeper like Mr , J . Head , who spares no exnense for such luxuries ,, would like to pay but seldom . In no agricultural work have we seen an engraving of an animal in the U . S . taken from life , which appears to be so natural . The fancy touches * are entirely left off . While noticing engravings , we seo in the Feb . No . a drawing of the Devon Bull Porter , evidently copied from Youatt ; though , as the Editor states ittobe , itmaybea good likeness of Porter . This leads us to suppose that the engraving of the Ayrshire co...

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

COMMUNICATIONS For the Union Agriculturist . FENCING , & c . It is generally conceded by those who have had the best opportunities for forming correct opinions , and are best qualified to judge , that Illinois is destined to become decidedly the first agricultural State in the Union . It requires indeed but a superficial knowledge of her climate , soil and position , to convince any unprejudiced mind of this fact . No State has a climate so various , for the extreme length of Illinois from North to South is 380 miles . No similar extent of territory in the United States contains so large a proportion of first rate soil , or so little waste land ; and no inland State possesses any thing like her advantages for market . But it is not my object at this time to describe these advantages . I hope that someone who can do this subject justice , will write such a communication for your paper as will give agriculturists abroad the requisite information . My design is to make a fe...

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EXTRACTS-AND COMMENTS . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 May 1841

EXTRACTS-AND COMMENTS . BERKSHIRE HOGS . —Experience is an excellent teacher—as I have been taught a little I will impart it to others engaged in breeding pigs . Great care is necessary with this breed , to guard against the temptation to use them too { young . They are so large and fine at eight or ten months old , that many suppose they are ; plenty big enough to breed . Itisa great mistake . The boar should scarcely be used until twelvemonths old , and then but sparingly until eighteen , A sow sbbuldnever be allowed to have pigs until a year , old , and then only in warm weather—and it would be better that they were sixteen months oldnature cannot be forced with impunity ! . _ The period of gestation in a sow is exactly sixteen weeks . Now of my experience—I had two -sows last fall oh the passage from Albany , got with ! pig at about four months old . On the first day of . January , one of the coldest of the season , one dropped seven arid the other two , and as the sows had litt...

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

THE UNION AGRICULTURIST . IN UNION IS SXRENO TH , :, ¦ y . - \ MAY , ; 1841 . -. ; -.. ~ OFFICERS OF : THE U . A . S . ~ JOHN DEAN CATON , of Will Co ., Pres . ¦ LEVI-HIM , S , ; : - La Salle Y << - HOLDER SISSON , ; Will ¦ - S - LEWIS ELLSWORTHV Du Page « <• I jL ¦ . JAS . T ; GIFFORD , Kane « ?? ¦ • SETHWASHBURN , McHenry ¦ S 0 : -, WM , B . OGDEN , ¦ . Cook ! . Treas . : JNO . S . WEIGHT , 1 , « do . ; Rec . Sec . . ! ; V D ° M ,, ! , . .. ; ,: : ; do . ; , Cor . Sec . MEETING OF TflE U . A . S . AT CHICAGO . In the absence ; of the President , MR , ELIS - WORTH , % ¦ % . ;¦ from Du Page Co ., took the chair . So nori ROBINSON , ESQ , ;; was immediately requested to address the Society ; after which it was jiitehderl to , have transacted business ; there being a gooddeal on hand-. . ,. As a manifestation of the interest awakened by the address , it was expected many subscriptions to the capital : stock would be made ; but while Mr ! Ogden was brie...

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CULTURE OP TOBACCO [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 May 1841

CULTURE OP TOBACCO ( Continued from page 31 . ) Plant-beds , if the land is not rich should be manured . This can be done before the seed are sown or afterwards . If the land is poor it is best to manure the bed before it is sown . Any well rotted manure . will answer , butstable manure is best . Ashes answer very well for light soils , and have the advantage of having no grass seed in them . In saving manure for p lant-beds , care ought to be taken to prevent grass seed from getting with it ; so that stable manure , to be free from grass seed ,. ought to be saved when the horses are not turned loose out of the stable ,- and when they are fed on some kind of food that contains no seed . Corn-blades are one of those kinds of foods . Hen-bouses and the roosts- of poultry furnish good manure for tobacco beds . Hog-pens also furnish very good manure for plants . When beds are manured after the plants are up , the manure should be put on in a very fine state .-:: It is a custom with many...

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USEFUL RECIPES . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 May 1841

USEFUL RECIPES . ture , together with supplies of artificial food in the pinching seasons of the year , has raised the average wool of the Cheviot race to 4 and 4 J lbs . per fleece . , I have known cases of as remarkable improvement here . They show emphatically how much a farmer s success depends oh-en-terprise , care , and skill . H . C . MEASURING- COBS . —The following rule for ascertaining the quantity of shelled corn in a house of any dimensions , is by Wm . Murray , Esq , of South Carolina , and was read before the St . John s Collection Agricultural Society and communicated by them for publication in the Southern Agriculturist . Rule . —Having previously levelled the corn in the house , so that it will be of equal depth throughout , ascertaining the length , and t breadth , and depth of the bulk ; multiply these dimensions together , and their products by four , then cut off one figure from the right of this last product . This will give so many bushels and a decimal of a b...

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

HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT . Mr F . H . Slporly , of Wisconsin , says to I the New Gen . Farm ., The three following receipts were furnished by a lady of no small standing We would thank her , or any other of the sex , to furnish us with similar ones . We are loth to consider ourself without friends , among the better part ; hut their perfect silence leaves it very doubtful , to say the least . To make Wisconsin Mince Pies . Take the usual quantity of mtat , and substitute beets for apples , but in only one-third the quantity of the latter , —boil the beets , pickle them in vinegar 13 hours , chop them very fine , and add the vinegar they were pickled in . Add one-eighth of grated bread , and spice to suit you . To make Indian Loaf Bread . Stir Indian meal in skim milk to the consistency of pan-cake batter , about two quarts . Add 2 teaspoonfuls of molasses , 1 of saleratns , 2 of shortening , and 2 teacups of wheat flour . Stir in the evening , bake in the morning , and eat while hot . T...

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

AGiiicin / rcuAi . HKiosrroity . THE UNION AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY <• J ma . n 0 ^ ? ptT d ila KKPOSITOKV nt the Store ot Mr . A . lollnnsbc , 112 J _ , u k 0 Street , ond consignments ore soicitcd of GRAINS , HOOTS , AND SEEDS of all kinds . FRUIT TREES AND SHRUBBERY , GAKDXN 1 NO AKII IMUMINO . IMPLEMENTS , AND MACHINES cither common or patented , and anything useful In Agriculture . Commissions for tho purchase or snlo of valuable * animals , will receive particular attention . Communications , post-paid , may bo addressed to , the Corresponding Secretary Un . Agr . Soe . G ~ ARDENS TCrLET . —Tho subscriber hns sev oral lots and blocks to lease for one or more years , situated in town , and containing from 3 t acres down to £ acre . On one block , which has been cultivated for two years , and very highly manured , is ntwo story bouse that will be rented with Ihe whole , or a part of the block . Some of the lots are enclosed others open .. Several 80 acta lots in tho vicin...

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

1 & ^ 3 ^ ~ ^ V 3 ** , BACHELDERS PATENT PLANTING MACHINE . THE * Subscriber having- been appointed Agent by the Proprietors of the above named Patent , for manufacturing and selling Said Machines at AW toiiY and also for disposing of the right to manufacture and sell the same : in the several counties of Illinois , would : respectfully call the attention of Farmers and mechnnicsgeaerally to . this valuabla inThis machine- isconstructod ooprineiples altoga-. ther different from all others for similor purposes . It performs the operation of planting without opehi : n ~ n . furrow , thereby dispensing with oovorers , that are continually liable to . clpg , and get out of • order . . It simply raises the soil a little , and at ths same time drops the seed at any distance desired , when Ihe soil falls back to Us original place , and is immediately followed by a . moveable gvmge , that . leaves the soil to any-depth . over , the seed that tho operator chooses ; it also remove...

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

CHICAGO PRICES CURRENT .. CORRECTED MAY 7 th , 1841 . BREAD STUFFS— $ cts . $ cts . Flour , Superfine , perbbl . 3 50 a 3 75 Corn Meal ,. bu .. 28 . a 31 GRAIN Wheat , Winter , bu . 48 o Dfa do . Spring , bu . 37 a 44 Corn , bu . 28 a , 31 Oats , bu . 20 a 22 Barley , bu . 25 a 31 Beans , bu . 37 a . 50 SALTFine , bbl . 3 00 a - HIDESGreen ,. lb .. 3 a 3 £ V : Dried , lb . 8 a 9 GBOQERIES—Molasses , gal . 65 a 75 Sugar , St . Croix ,, cwt . 11 50 a 12 00 I do .. N . 0 . do . 10 00 o 1100 do . Maple , do . 9 00 a 10 00 Tea ,. Imperial , lb . 1 00 a 1 13 do . Y .. Hyson ,, lb . 65 a 87 White Fish , bbl . 7 00 a — LUMBER—Clear , M . 16 00 a 20 00 - Merchantable , do . 9 00 a 12 00 : Flooring , do . 12 00 , a . 14 00 Siding ; « do . 10 00 a 14 00 Refuse ,. do . 7 00 a 8 . 00 Shingles ,. . do . 2 00 a 3 00 > Lath , Bqard , do .. 8 00 a 10 00 PROVISIONS— . Pork , cwt . S 00 a 3 15 do . Mess , »¦ bbl . 10 00 a 12 00 do . Prime , do . 8 00 a 10 00 Beefonfoot , cwt . 3 50 a 4 00 d...

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

npHEabovecuti * from a Berkshire boar owned by , J . H . Leavenworth , ot ™ WW- ¦ I , Black Hawk isfrom thestockof the tateludge Bue , of / B » any , N ; J , ™ W ** . sixfeet from end of snout to root oJAil , girths foul , feet eight inches , and although , but . m working order , weighs over fourfflfeed pounds .. . ... , > .. _ ,,. , Mr .-Lhasasmallstock of fuU » P Berkshires , and can now - ^ «* » . ™* H ^ f iapplicatiDttis made soon . / He has llg ^ Mfeg t : pigs ; by B lacjt Hawk / out of a . By . fieldsow ., HOICQMB & CO ., BOOK AND JOB Fiufe ** ,: SALOON BJIILDJNSS , CHICAGO *

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FHE UNION AGRICULTURIST . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 June 1841

FHE UNION AGRICULTURIST . P UBLISHED M ONTHLY , BY TUB U NION A GRICUL - TURAL SOCIETY , EDITED BY THE CORRESPOND INQ SECRETARY , THE ORGAN OK TUB ILLINOIS STATE A GRICULTURAL SOCIETY . TERMS . —The Union Agriculturist will be published the first week in each month , at one dollar per annum , payable invariably tit advance . Those procuring subscribers out of the district of the U . A . S ., will be entitled to every sixth copy gratis . Clubs of six , receiving their papers at one office , shall receive six copies fur one year upon remitting five dollars . 05 s * No communications will receive attention , imtos post paid . Some subscribers in remitting their dollar , pay only single postage . In such cases we have to pay postage also , and it will always be deducted from the year s subscription . Those remitting , can save themselves the postage , by asking the P . M . to frank the letters , who is fully authorized by the P . M . General to do it . Communications , Papers , Addresse...

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COMMUNICATIONS . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 June 1841

COMMUNICATIONS . \ For the Union Agricultural . BEES AND HIVES . ( Continued from page SG . ) i Fig . Vo . Fig . 17 . I Summing up tho whole of my small stock of ! knowledge of tho character of tho bee ; I j should , for the first experiment , try No . 1 , placed directly upon tho stand B , with I lie moveable cover F screwed firmly to the top , ] I should then suppose that I had furnished j them a hive , in which oil their labors could be performed with ease , and with aa little loss of time as possible . From the form of the stand , ( hopper-shape , ) the hive is easily cleaned of filth and insects , and the ventilation is nearly perfect . To obtain the honey of the best quality , without destroying the bees ; 1 should let in a false top or partition , as represented at E , fig . 17 , of half-inch board when making the box ; the partition should have a hole in the centre 0 inches by 14 , ranging from side to sido , so OS to cross the comb ; as tho comb generally ranges from front ...

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

THE UNION AGRICULTURIST , IK UNION IS STRENGTH . JUNE , 1841 . OFFICERS OF THE U . A . S . JOHN DEAN CATON , of Will Co ., President . LEVI HILI . S , La Sollo \ HOLDER SISSON , Will JJEWIS ELLSWORTH , Du Page } Vice Pres . JAMES T . GIFFORD , Kane SETU WASHBURN , Mcflenry WM- B OODEN , Cook Treasurer . JNO . S . WRIGHT , do . Rcc . Sec . Do . do . Cor . Sec . Unless the friends of the paper now use increased diligence to obtain subscribers and correspondents , the delay in publishing the lasl three Nos ., will be a very material injury to it . Could we have anticipated this long delay when the difficulty first originated with the printer , a compromise would have been made , even at much greatercost lhan was demanded . But Ihe delay has been prolonged from time to lime beyond all calculation ; until we fear many a friend who gladly lent his aid in the commencement ol the enterprise , has long since concluded that tho fate of other agricultural papers in th * West , has come upon th...

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THE GLEANER . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 June 1841

THE GLEANER . WISCONSIN BLOODED ANIMALS , —The Milwaukee Sentinel contains a notice of stock belonging * to Geo . Reod , Esq . He brought into the Territory in . 1836 , tho bull Jupiter , and two heifers , all full blood short horn Durham . Mr . R . hru bred from them several fine animals ; some of which , we believe , ho is willing to sell . Jupiter stands this season at Milwaukee . MILDEW IN GOOSJBBRBIES . —Mr . Philbrick , in the Boston Courier , says ho has no faith in tho use of salt around the roots of gooseberries to prevent wildew ; and recommends the following mode of culture , which , for six successive years , he has found successful in preserving his ( mil . He attributes mildew lo stagnation , or a want of free circulation of sap : — My method has been to train up annually , or biennially , anew growth of wood from the roots , as olien removing all the old wood that has more lhan ihree years growth , retaining only from one to three shouts from each root , ac cording to...

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J 0 U _ SEH 0 LD DEPARTMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 June 1841

J 0 U _ SEH 0 LD DEPARTMENT . For the Union Agriculturist . PRESERVING MEAT BY INJECTION—I have select , cd for your paper from lhe Scottish Guardian lhe following Scientific Discovery : perhaps some will repeat the experiment and report the result : — At lhe last mceiing of tho Academy of Sciences , M . Gnnnal presented an important ess y , which is likely to produce a considerable sensaiion amongst tho public as well as in tho scientific world . M , Gnnnal has been for many ycara occupied with lhe idea of preserving meat by injection . Thus 4 lbs . weight of saline mixture injected inlo the carotid artery of an ox , ponetrateo all the vessels and provenlsn putrid decomposition . M . Gnnnal exliib . ls legs of mutton preserved two years since by this plan , and which wero found to bo perfectly sweet . M . Gannnl employs for this purpose iho muriate of nlum . This discovery is considered as valunblein preserving provisions for lhe navy , —April 2 , 1841 . JOHN THOMAS . Oir . FOR LAM...

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USEFUL RECIPES . [Newspaper Article] — Prairie Farmer — 1 June 1841

USEFUL RECIPES . For the Union Agriculturist . BOTS IN HORSES , apply spirits of turpemime to the hollow of tho breasl—warm it in with a hot shovel , it will route thorn immediately . FOR CHOLIC , put into a bottle threo gills of spirits , say whiskey ; 1 spoonful gun-powder ; 1 spoonful cayenne pepper or 2 of black—add if convenient a wild turnip grated ; turn it down , and move him lively . If it is nn obstinate caso , repeat tho dose , and ho is well in either wind , bloat or gripe-cholic in short metre . To CURE FOUNDER , turn a large tea kettle full of boiling water into the bottom of iho foot , by a small stream , holding tho hoof up . Then turn as much spirits of turpentine as will soak into the frog . Next morning no one could tell ho had ever been foundered . THE WORMS . —When a horso loses his appetite , and his coat looks bad , ho probably has worms . Give ono ounce of fine aloes in a half pint of whiskey . Miss one day , and give half the quantity , and ho will eat like ...

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

BERK 8 HIUE PIGS . FOR sale by the subscriber , a few full bloodod Berkshire Sow Pigs , and one Boar I ig . The Sow was of tho stock of tho late Judge Buel , and they got by Black Hawk . „ ,. „„ . JNO . S . WRIGHT . Clucogo , 29 Aug . 1841 . S H . \ Vli procured Ihe superior blooded ShortHorn Bull , B TJ L W E R , Of Dr . Samuel D . Martin , of Clarke County , Kentucky , and will permit him to serve a few Cows at $ 10 each , at my residence , 12 miles East of Pinkneyville , and 3 J miles from the road leading from Shawneetown to St . Louis . PEDIGREE OF BOWER . He was bred by Dr S DMorlin , caled 21 st of May , 1838 , and was gotbv Rifleman ( 2532 ) dam Dcsdemona 2 d , » bred by Col Powel , by Bertram , ( 17 IG , ) grandam Zulindabred by Col Powel , by Malcolm , ( 1190 , ) g grandum Dcsdemona , bred by Mr Whitaker , of England , and imported into Ihe United Slates by Col Powel , by Frederick , ( 1060 ); g g grandam Delia , bred by Mr Whitaker , by Cleveland , ( 146 ) j g g g grandam...

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