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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 18 March 1880

NEW PROCESS MNSBED MEAL The Greatest Flesh-Former , Milk and Butter Producer , IN USE . A sample of this Meal , analyzed by F . A . Gentli . the Philadelphia Agricultural Chemist , showed lt to contain 5 , 99 per cent , of Nitrogen , which Is equivalent to 38 . 61 per cent , of Albuminous matter . Meal made from oil cake which has been subjected to extreme pressure , will show but about 27 per cent , of Albuminous matter , which ls a loss of over 25 per cent . This only confirms what feeders have found by experience to be true , viz .: Tbat a given weight of this Meal will go farther as a milk aud flesh producer thau ordinary oil cake . This meal can be fed in any quantity lulmout making the milk and butter taste . We guarantee it perfectly pure Linseed Meal . One trial will convince any feeder of its merits . Send for circular and prices to the CHICAGO LINSEKD Oil , CO ., Office , No . 1 Wabash Avenue , Chicago . ( Sole manufacturers for Chicago and vicinity . ) BBBTHOLLY HOME STOO...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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n ^ ^ > q q "b IT WILL PAY YOU TO READ THIS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 18 March 1880

n ^ ^ > q q b IT WILL PAY YOU TO READ THIS . The FARMERS * REVIEW COMPANY has determined to make what may justly be termed the CHAMPION OFFER of the year , via . : To every person whose yearly subscription is received BETWEEN THIS DATE and the l _ th DAY OF APRIL NEXT , we will send post-paid one of aw beautiful Premium Engravings , HOMEWARD , NEARER MY GOD TO THEE , WOODLAND HOURS , or TkE ORPHANS RESCUE . Read the descriptions of these elegant pictures on page iql . N . B . —OBSERVE that this offer in no way conflicts with our regular premium offer of these pictures to those who send us new subscribers ; nor with our seed , or any other offers for new subscribers ; nor with any existing arrangements with agents or newsmen . All will be treated alike from whatever source received . REMEMBER that this offer will NOT be lextended beyond thedate mentioned , THE 15 TH DAY OF APRIL , 1880 . To get the benefit of this offer , your subscription MUST BE RECMyED HERE on or before...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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READ [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 18 March 1880

READ a * . a a u * . e __ 15 a a 3 m 5 o tt * - o > S C > IS « t _ o > to JS s a e s CD m « _ a a . 1 tT to a « a a . j . §] * ¥ ** < D ) ¦ 5 o £ 1 O I J = * I « 5 1 a > a . eg r -h 03 L . B £ 11 i * i «- JC K . ¦ RKAD the Sheaf Items . They are always of ; Interest . ; RKAD why tile drainage Is beneficial . ; RKAD Itavr an enormous crop of corn was . grown . , UK AD what a correspondent suggests as a proper thing to offer a premium for . RKADhowrocultivate broom norn . RKAD the list of ohoir-c vegetables for the garden . RKAD about the real benefits of a well kept garden . RKAD how to start plants of the Osageorange . , RKAD about the new disease of the arborvitas . READ how the blue gnm tree grows In California . RKAD the description of the new game fowl . RKAD how to transfer bees and destroy moths . RKAD our crop reports from all . parts of the West . RKAD and note the reports of the various markets . RKAD the fresh news ite...

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THE ALMANAC PREMIUM [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 18 March 1880

THE ALMANAC PREMIUM In tho PARMBRS REVIEW for February 26 th ult . ( No . 9 ) , our book notices contained an extended notice of TSHE AMERICAN ALMANAC AND TREASURY OP & AOTS , 1880 , together with an offer to send a copy of the book FREE to overy . subscriber who should , during the ensuing thirty days , send us one new subscriber and one dollar . As this offer was not , as it should have been , repeated in the succeeding numbers , 10 and 11 , of the REVIEW , we republish it now , extending the time twenty days from date . We positively assert that no American citizen who can read should be without this most valuable little book , which will , owing to its valuable information regarding elections in alfthe States , and its comprehensive election . statistics generally , be found especially invaluable this year , in view of the important elections to take place next Fall . Send us tv new subscriber Sfifl ? e { the hook .

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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AMBER CANE SEED DISTRIBUTION [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 18 March 1880

AMBER CANE SEED DISTRIBUTION To any present subscriber sending us the name of a new subscriber and one dollar , we will have forwarded , post paid , one-half pound ot genuine amber cane seed , grown last year , from Minnesota Btock . For two new subscriptions ahd two dollars we will send one pound of this seed . WE now copyright each number of the FARMERS REVIEW . We do this to protect ourselves from the wholesale appropriation of our original matter by a few unscrupulous publishers .. We shall gladly permit the copying of all articles , except serials , and of extracts from those , if proper credit is given . But this credit we must insist upon . AT Zwoll , Holland , the municipal Goveminent have solved the oleomargerine difficulty by setting apart £# lace ia the public market for the sale oi artificial bjitter , with a positive prohibition against exposing it for sale anywhere else . ¦ Much amusement seems to have been derived from seeing dealers , who , only a short timebefore , ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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THE FUTURE OF OUR SUGAR PRO DUCTION . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 18 March 1880

THE FUTURE OF OUR SUGAR PRO DUCTION . The past failures , in the West , of efforts to economically grow the sugar beet tor the profitable manufacture of sugar do not at all settle the question in this country . The matter has been taken up in earnest at the East , and with gratifying prospects pf success . Within the past one hundred days ( seventy working days ) , nine hundred tons of sugar and molasses have been turned out by a single company at Portland , Maine . This product found ready sale in New York , and Boston , bringing the handsome sum of $ 122 , 000 . The crop of beets from which this sugar T \ as made grew upon less than two Bquare miles of land , each acre yielding an average of 1 , 200 lbs . of sugar , and 432 lbs . of molasses , which is something greater than the yield of an acre of cane in Louisiana . The crop of beets however , was a small one , none of the farmers who cultivated the beets being accustomed to the work . The Spring was late , dry , and cold , . an...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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INCREASE OF FLOUR MANUFACTURE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 18 March 1880

INCREASE OF FLOUR MANUFACTURE The progress of the milling interest in the Northwest is something wonderful , and yet it must be considered as but the natural outgrowth of that stern common sense of our people who realize the absurdity of shipping abroad the unreduced products of our farms . Up to 1876 the mills of New York , Pennsylvania , and the New England States made the great bulk of American flour . At that time new life seemed to be given to the interest in the States west of the AUeghanies . Within four years more than twenty-five hundred mills have been erected in Indiana , Illinois , Wisconsin and Minnesota—showing an annual increase of two hundred and fifty mills ! Of the twenty-five thousand flour mills in this country , nearly half are Northwest of the Ohio river , they manufacturing at least two-thirds of the whole amount of flour manufactured in the United States . In the past ten years the Northwest has doubled her number of flour mills and tripled her run of stone ....

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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THE WANTS OF THE AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 18 March 1880

THE WANTS OF THE AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT . The correspondent of THE REVIEW called on Hon . W . G . Le Due , Commissioner of Agriculture , to ask his views in reference to the extension of the powers of the Agricultural Department . In reply , the commissioner handed him his report , just published in answer to the inquiry of the committee of Congress on the subject , and stated that the paper was an answer to the question . Prom this and the conversation which ensued the following report is given . The commissioner states in his report that in the order of importance the first thing required is a suitable building for the accommodation of employes , the number of whom must be largely increased , That the committee may not be at a loss as to the full meaning of this request , he gives a detailed account of just what he requires . This building , he says , should be erected on the ground at present occupied by the gardens , in the rear and at the sides of the existing department build...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 18 March 1880

THE FARMERS REVIEW PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THI jFarmeW $ Ub ( eto fflompanj ? . OFFICE , ROOM 8 , FIHST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING , CHICAGO , ILL . Annual Subscription , • $ 1 . 00 . ADVERTISING RATES . Per line , Agate type - - SO cents . DISCOUNTS . On Bills over S 26 io percent . $ 50 15 MOO 20 » 200 25 Largest circulation of any weekly agricultural paper in the Western or Middle States . B . F . STEVENS , ESQ ., 4 Trafalgar Square , Charing Cross . London , IR the authorized agent to receive subscriptions to the FARMERS REVIEW , in Great Britain and Ireland . Annual subscription , postpaid , Ss . « S . OO ) .

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A FEW THINGS FOR FARMERS TO THINK ABOUT . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 18 March 1880

A FEW THINGS FOR FARMERS TO THINK ABOUT . A resolution has been introduced into the Senate instructing the Judiciary Committee to investigate an alleged contract between the Central Pacific and the Union Pacific railroad companies on the one hand , and the Pacific Mail S . S . company , on the other , by which the former agree to pay the latter $ 110 , 000 a month on condi . tion of charging such rates for freight and passengers as may be fixed by the railroads . That such an arrangement did exist heretofore is notorious , and there seems to be no doubt that it has been renewed . What Congress may do about it we can not say , although such an agreement between carriers amounts to something very like a conspiracy to defraud the people . At any rate the investigation ought to be made , the particulars of the agreement published , and the people informed whether or not there is any redress for them in such cases . The whole question of transportation , which we are thankful to say is n...

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INSURANCE ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 18 March 1880

INSURANCE ITEMS MB , ROBERT WHITE , of Scipio township , Laporte County , Ind ., met with a loss by fire on his dwelling under circumstances which render it peculiarly unfortunate . It appears that Mr . White was at one time well insured In a first class company , but was persuaded by some plausible fellow that he was paying too much for his insurance and cancelled his policy . His loss on house was total , fortunately furniture and outbuildings were saved . His loss nevertheless is estimated at about $ 3 , 000 . Mr . White enjoys the esteem of tha entire community ln which he resides , and of course has the utmost sympathy of all his friends and neighbors . The astonishing thine is that an intelligent gentleman like Mr . White sbould have permitted himself to go without insurance . We have many times heard a man speak of having paid insurance for so many years , and that it had never done him any good , meaning thereby that ns he had never had : > . fire lie regarded him...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 18 March 1880

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LITERARY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 18 March 1880

LITERARY CHARITY . When you meet some one suspected Ot some seer t need of shame , And ( or this by all rejected Ass thing of evil fame ; Quard thine every look and action , Speak no word of heartless blame , For the slanderers rile detraction Yet may soil thy goodly name . . r When yon meet wltb one pursuing Ways the lost hare entered In , Working out his own unbelng , With his recklessness and sin ; Think , If placed In his . condition . Would a kind word be ln vain ? Or a look of cold suspicion Win thee back to truth again ? There sre spots that bear no flowers , Not because the soil Is bad . But Che Summers genial showers Never make their blossoms glad ; Better have an act that s kindly Treated sometimes with disdain , Than by Judging others blindly . Doom the innocent to pain .

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GOBLIN ROCK . THE TALE OP A LIGHT AT SEA [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 18 March 1880

GOBLIN ROCK . THE TALE OP A LIGHT AT SEA A NET IN TWENTY MESHES . ( Continued from page 171 . ) Oh , Harry , my darling , moaned Judith to herself . Oh God , give me strength , she prayed ; and as Pigou loosened one arm to get a tighter hold of his captive , she made so brave a struggle that in the effort to keep her from slipping from his hold , the scoundrel got his foot in between two of the bare worn pieces of rock , stumbled , tried to recover himself , but slipped in so doing upon some slippery weed that had just been washed by in the coming tide . He tried hard to recover himself , but in vain , and falling , he would -have carried the poor girl with him , but she instinctively threw herself down , and in so doing inadvertently hastmd Pigou s discomfiture , for he fell fever her , and pitched head foremost into the now deep channel . With a cry of joy , Judy rose to her feet , and made for the entry to the caye , but so heavy a wave came rolling in that she felt it would be i...

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VINDICATION t ) F THE AMERICAN EAGLE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 18 March 1880

VINDICATION t ) F THE AMERICAN EAGLE Of one celebrated American bird—the white-headed eagle—I must vindicate the character . He has been accused on high authority of living by piracy , not fishing for himself , but basely using his superior weight and strength to compel the osprey or professional fishing-eagle to give up its prey . On this ground no less a man than Benjamin Franklin expressed his regret that this eagle should have been chosen as the national emblem of the United States . The great American ornithologists , Audubon and Wilson , both repeat the same story , that neither of them appears to have ever seen a white-headed eagle capturing his finny prey from the water , except , indeed , on one occasion , when an eagle was seen in most unaquiline fashion wading in some shallow pool and picking out redflns with his bill . But I had the good fortune on the Restigouche to see a fine white-headed eagle catch a salmon for himself , by what seemed a bold and almost a dangerous m...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 18 March 1880

^¦ T ~^ 7 ChoiceFarming , Fruit lHu ^ . Growing , and Grazing ItpJlicnn ^ Jkands , specially adalUlliiUll | ^ S- apted to Wheat TnilPVa ! i \ flrowtng , Stock . lUPLd « ^ Raising , and SantaFeB. R. Co . v *^* ; . ° * £ - . . * i _ \ V atea in tne nnhavenow for ^ eJV ^^ of at trom $ 3 . 00 to \ T £ E BEST $ 7 . 00 per acre , on ^ X A __ ioul . 6 and 11 years time , ^ f „ ° , TWO MILLION ACRES X 8 ; , ^ : ^ ¦» , . A . \ . U . S . ^ Located in the ^ COTTONWOOD VAULEr \ and in the ^\ ARKANSAS VALLEY A On the 88 th Parallel , A . THE PAVOBED IiATlTUWE I s \ . of the World . free \\ ——^———^—mm— ———— — ————— , the ° \ SOUTHWEST KANSAS tremesof \ has already provide « i neat ana ^ V 333 schools and over ° !?* « !* \«» Churches , au tne pro- ^ X For tlill purtioui ,, ^ ductsandiruits ^\ address outside the Trop- ^^ I fl Tnknann ics aresnccessfully ^ t . il , U , J UllllMJIl f grown . Short win- ^ S . 1 * 11110011 * . ters , very healthy cli- ^ A £ • * ^ l . mate , pure water , rich ^ . jn n ...

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THE HOME [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 18 March 1880

THE HOME in mind the immortal , otten-before-quoted-words , If at flrst you dont succeed , try , try , again . Any questions from our lady friends as to home adornments , will be cheerfully answered through the columns of this paper . Please state clearly and exactly what you wish to know . Address HOME , care FARMERS REVIEW . TO CORRESPONDENTS . HOUSEKEEPER NO . 2 . —Canton flannel comes in several shades of brown and drab , one or two shades of red and blue and black . It is seven-eighths of a yard wide , and costs about thirty cents per yard . It needs no lining , and is hung with the fuzzy side toward the room . It is rather too narrow to extend across the window , and consequently needs a lambrequin . With the latter you need but one width of the flannel for the curtain . Trim it to suit your taste , and loop it to one side . Instead of fastening your curtain to the window frame , have a thin board , five or six inches broad , sawed the right length , and screwed to the top of ...

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FOR YOUNG READERS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 18 March 1880

FOR YOUNG READERS PUZZLES AND CONUNDRUMS . PRIZES FOR THE PUZZLERS . To encourage our young readers to make a special effort to answer all the puzzles and conundrums in this number , and also with the desire that many of them may be able to see for themselves , as well as convince their parents , friends and neighbors ot the real merits of the premium engravings offered by the REVIEW , on another page , we will send one of these pictures to any boy or girl , not over seventeen years of age , who shall send us correct answers to ail the following puzzles , on or before the 3 d of next month . Answers to puzzles must be accompanied by a statement over the candidate s own signature , giving his or her age , and that all the answers given were obtained by him or herself . Each one must also state which of the four pictures he or she would prefer . The name and full address , post-oflice , county and State , must be plainly written , to avoid any mistake in forwarding tbe premiums , and ...

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