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COMMERCIAL . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879

COMMERCIAL . PORK PACKING . The receipts of Hogs for the week ending Nov . 22 , were 239 , 204 , against 230 , 241 same week in 1878 , 109 , 065 for corresponding week in 1877 , 135 , 534 in 1876 , 114 , 309 in 1875 , and 212 , 317 in 1874 . The number of Hogs packed from November 1 st to 21 st , for the years named , and the prices of Hogs November 21 st , also the price of Mess Pork , seller January : No , Hogs Prices of Prices of Packed . Hogs . Mess Pork . 1879 . . 456 000 .... * S 70 @ 4 10 .... $ 11 10 811 25 1878 .. 598 , 500 .... 260 @ 385 .... 797 X @ 802 X 1877 . 841-160 .... 4 2-XB 4 S 0 .... 11 D *****® * OUtf 1876 . . 869000 .... 5600800 .... 1862 ! - » 1600 1875 :. 256 , S 78 .... 675 @ 710 .... 19 4 SW 3 H 9 65 Reports to the Cincinnati Price Current show the number of Hogs packed at the under-mentioned places since November 1 st ,, compared with the returns for the same time in 1878 , as follows : To Nov : 19— 1879 . 1878 . Cincinnati . 75 . 000 .... 95 . 000 Chicago...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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COMPARATIVE STA TEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879

COMPARATIVE STA TEMENT of the ruling prices of wheat , com , oats , mess pork , and wool , during the months of October and November , 1877 , 1878 , and 1879 , in the Chicago market : No . 9 Spring ; Wheat , v 1877 . 1878 . 1879 . Oct . iii IOM @ I 12 87 M © 87 % * ° * a @ i 05 ^ 16 1 o 8 J £ @ i 09 77 @ nii 9 ®* -9 K Nov . 1 1 07 @ i 08 ii / M 82 J-1 > -4 }* i ® 5 I 6 [ I 08 @ i 08 K 8 oK @ SoH * Sii ® - * 5 )* i Ho . 3 Corn . Oct . 1 v % ® 4 A Jifi ® is 3 SH ® 3 ° X 16 42 @ 42 % 33 - * )® 34 43 &® 43 J 4 Nov . 1 44 J <@ 44 J * 33 H & 34 4 * K @ 4- ? s 16 @ 45 M 3 ^® 3-K 41 * ** : ® 4-: > -i No . 3 Oats . Oct . 1 23 )^® 23 % i 9 # @ 19 % -6 **® 7 -C 23 X ® * 3 % 8 ® l 8 # 3 °% ® 3 ° H Nov . 1 24 * 4 ® 24 % -9 * 5 ® - ° K 3-K @ 3 H 3 - K @ * S # ** - ^@ * ° X 3 X @ 3 * 7 A Meat . Pork . Oct . 1 13 7 J @ I 3 80 7 SiVM 8 10 9 90 @ 9 92 *^ - 16 14 50 7 50 ta 7 s 5 ro 25 © 10 50 Nov , 1 © 13 50 9 95 @ 7 00 9 75 ® ro 16 12 25 ® i 2...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879

^& g ° * f 3 PrmtingPress 4 MMML 7 p * tau cardiUbela Ac . ( StIMnLer , 5 ) 18 Imrer ilia ** S ^ BnBSffFor builneu or pleuure , young or old . Do your own Bd- ^*~ Pa 9 BTrtu lll > u < I pristine * CivUlogae of preue ., type . cBrdi , ^ a ~ SBjfl-fc * * > fer -, * I >** - Kclacj . feOo . Mertae-iiG . ii-i n Mlf At ? AIT Or lady that sends us their I * H I address will receive somo < fill I 11 Sail I thing Free bv Mail , mat ma / prove thestepptng-atone to ¦ Ufe ofruccesa . It is especially adapted to those vho have reached the foot of iliti hill . Addren M . YOUNG , 173 Greenwich St ., New York . $ 5 D dyJ uffiXe $ 2 Sample Free Address Agency , 171 Hudeon Street * New Tort . TIME , 25 GENTS . WE will send to every reader of this paper a SOLAR POCKET TIMB INDICATOU , fit for either a lady or gentleman . ( White dial and brass movement . ) This little gem Is beautiful in design and finish , and is warranted to denote c...

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Ladies' Home Department . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879

Ladies Home Department . Our lady readers will do ns a great favor if they will urge their friends to subscribe for the Weekly FARMER S REVIEW . Tell them they must subscribe at once , if . they wish to get this number gratis .

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LET IT PASS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879

LET IT PASS . Be not swift to take offense ; Let it pass ! Anger ls a foe to sensel Let it pass ! Brood not darkly o er a wrong ; Which will disappear ere long ; Rather sing this cheery songLet lt pass ! Let lt pass ! Strife corrodes the purest mind ; Let it pass ! As the unregarded wind . Let it pass ! Any vulgar souls that live . May condemn without reprieve : TIs the noble who forgive . Let lt pass ! Let lt pass ! Echo not an angry word ; Let it pass ! Think how often you have erred ; Let it pass ! Since our Joys must pass away Like the dew-drops on the spray . Wherefore should our sorrows stay ? Let lt pass ! Let It pass ! If for good you ve taken ill ; Let it pass ! Oh , be kind and gentle still I Let lt pass ! Time at last makes all things straight ; Let us not resent but wait . And our triumph shall be great ; Let It pass ! Let lt pass ! Bid your anger to depart ; Let It pass ! Lay lose homely words to heart ; Let it pass ! Follow not the giddy throng ; Better to be wronged t...

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STYLES FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879

STYLES FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN Our autumn months have been so warm and pleasant , that we have hardly realized the necessity of preparing for the cold weather . The merchants , however , have not been so forgetful , and counters , windows and show-cases , are filled with most attractive looking goods , as well as suits , cloaks and furs . Of the latter , seal-skin will again be the favorite , not only in sacques and dolmans , but , where these can not be afforded , in boa and muff . The old-fashioned victorine , or cape with long , wide ends in front , is fast taking the place of the boa , and occasionally is seen a round cape of fur , precisely as our grandmothers wore them . Mutt s are worn very small . In cloth cloaks we have a variety of shapes . Long and short mantles or dolman s , short jackets , and demi-long sacques for dress occasions , while ulsters and circulars are used for traveling , and wet weather . The merchants bring now , waterproof cloth of light gray , which is ...

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DOMESTIC RECIPES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879

DOMESTIC RECIPES Savory Beef— Take a shin-bone of beef , cut from the hind quarter , and boil it until the meat drops from the bone . Chop it very fine , season with salt , pepper and ground cloves , and put it into a dish or mold . Pour over it a little of the liquor in which it was boiled , and set it away to harden . To be eaten cold . Serve in slices , and garnish . with slices of lemon . A very nice way to dispose of soup meat . Stuffed and Baked Fish . —Take out the backbone of the fish , leaving the head ancl tail on . Chop fine two small onions , and fry them in a lablespoonful of butter , then add sufficient soaked bread to fill the fish , the yolk of an egg , and season with salt , nutmeg and parsley , chopped fine . Stuff the fish with the mixture ; pour over the whole some melted butter , and bake . If the oven is very hot , lay over it a greased paper , taking it off to allow the fish to become a nice brown . Hominy Fritters . — Take hominy that has been well boiled ( t...

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FLORAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879

FLORAL NOTES DECORATIVE PLANTS . Nothing is more elegant and effective for the decoration of halls and parlors than plants having large and striking foliage . Of course , when one has only the windows of the sitting-room to grow plants in , but few of these ornamental leaved kinds can be grown , but with a small conservatory or bay-window , a sufficient number of them can be grown to supply the demand , when required , for parlor decoration , and they will give the rooms an air of elegance that the costliest furniture fails to . One of the best plants for this purpose , and one of the most popular , is the Ficus . Elasttca is the variety most commonly grown , and has considerable interest attached to it from the fact that it is the tree which furnishes the sap or juice from which our India rubber is made . It has very large , broad leaves , which remain on the plant for years . They have the appearance of being varnished , and can be washed and kept free from dust as easily as a din...

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THE BABIES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879

THE BABIES The Babies . As they comfort us in oar sorrows , let us not forget them in our festivities . I like that ! We havent all had the good fortune to be ladies—we havent all been generals or poets , or statesmen ; but when the toast works down to the Babies we stand on common ground , for we ve all been there—been babies . It is a Bhsime that , for a thousand years , ihe world s banquets have utterly ignored the baby , as if he didnt amount to anything . It you gentlemen will stop and think a minute—if you will go back fifty or a hundred years , to your early married life—and recontemplate your first baby , you will remember that he amounted to a good deal , and even something over . You soldiers all know that when thai little fellow arrived at family headquarters you had to hand in your resignation . Be took entire command . You became his lackey , his mere body-servant , and you had to s and around , too . He was not a commander who made allowances for time , distance , weat...

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SOMETHING ABOUT A FEW PALACES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879

SOMETHING ABOUT A FEW PALACES ( Written for the FARMERS B BVII-W . - ( Oontinuedfrom November Number . ) The old Palace of the Kings of Prussia , or Schloss as it is called , and the Emperor s palace , both in Berlin , are at times open to tho public The former is very large , containing six hundred rooms very elaborately fitted up , and only occasionally occupied . On one side the ascent to the upper story is by an inclined plane instead of a stairway . It contains many treasures , among others the Emperor s silver throne , a magnificent picture of Frederick the Great and his generals by Campliausen , and the original of the famous Napoleon crossing the AlpB . The White Saloon , and the chapel —the altar and reading desks of which are of oriental alabaster and Carrara marble—are noticeably beautiful . The Emperor s palace is a much smaller , less portentious building , but quite an ideal in luxury and comfort , somewhat more modern in style than ihe . Schloss , with Axminster carpe...

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A RHYME OF THE TIME . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879

A RHYME OF THE TIME . BT NELLIE O . CONE . Miss Pallas Eudora Von Blurky Slie didnt know chicken from turkey ; High Spanish and Greek she could fluently speak , But her knowledge of poultry was murky . She could tell the great uncle of Moses , And the dates of tbe Wars of the Roses , And the reasons of things—why the Indians wore rings In their red , aboriginal nosesl Why Shakespeare was wrong in bis grammar , And the meaning of Emerson s Brahma . And she went chipping rocks with a little black box And a small geological hammer ! She had views upon co-education And the principal needs of the nation . And her glasses were blue , and the number she knew Of the stars in each high constellation . And she wrote in a handwriting clerky . And she talked with an emphasis jerky , And she painted on tiles In the sweetest of styles ; But she didnt know chicken from turkey ! —Scribner 8 Magazine . It will pay every pemon who get ** this paper to read the magiiiHceiit club offers -we make on pag...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879

Invented by E . N . Horaford , late Pror . Harvard University . It is better and healthier than ordinary Baking : Powder , Cream Tartar or Yeast . The cost of raining Bread , Biscuit , etc ., with it In only about half as much nn by ordinary Baking 1 Powder , and the result is much better . It restores the nutritious elements which are taken from the flour in bolting 1 . No ordinary Baking ; Powder or anything else used for raining oread does this . Universally used and recommended by prominent Physicians . Put up in pwekages containing 11 ounces , just enough for « 5 pounds of flour . A sample sufficient for one quart of flour sent postpaid on receipt of a three cent stamp . For 35 cents , in stamps or currency , we will send , post paid , a regular package sufficient for ii 5 pounds of flour . RUMKORD CHEMICAL WORKS . PROVIDBWOE . R . I . For Sale by JOSSKLYN BKOS ., 4 Wabash Ave ., Chicago , 111 . BRIGHT , ATTRACTIVE , CHEERFUL . Mrs . Julia McNair Wrights New Book , THECOMPLETEH...

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PRODUCERS vs . CARRIERS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879

PRODUCERS vs . CARRIERS . The annual agricultural productions of this country for export are valued at the seaboard at $ 500 , 000 , 000 in these years of plenty . Of this amount the producers get but $ 300 , 000 , 000 , the balance , $ 200 , 000 , 000 , going into the hands of those who prepare certain portions of the raw product into more convenient forms for exportation—the millers , the packers , the canners of meal and the like—the commission men , the owners of elevators and warehouses , and above all , tlie transportation companies . The advance of freights from 15 | cents to 40 cents , increasing the value of railway stocks more than $ 300 , 000 , 000 within a few weeks , reveals a condition of affairs that is positively alarming to the farmers of the country , who seem entirely at the mercy of concentrated railway capital , for the benefit of which they plan and labor . We have this spectacle : More than 7 , 000 , 000 of people managing and laboring upon farms , and less th...

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PURE , INTERESTING , INSTRUCTIVE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879

PURE , INTERESTING , INSTRUCTIVE CHEAP , HANDSOME , CONVENIENT . ORIGINAL . NON-SECTARIAN . NON-POLITICAL . RELIABLE . A PPROPRIA TEL Y ILL USTRA TED . - ^* Special terms to postmasters aud newsdealers , and ethers who will get up good clubs . With this number we close the monthly series of the FARMERS REVIEW . As previously announced , we shall begin icith the new year the publication of the REVIEW once a week . There mil be no change in * brrn siz ^ . : eneral appearance . * - * \ -v--y . zced the price of the ¦ oaoer :: : ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR , a v . i % ce i .-icr . very man can pay witho > 7 tinconvenience , and , at the same lint- ., tne guarantee that in not a single respect , mechanically considered , shall it fall behind any other weekly agricultural publication in the country . We shall use good paper , we shall illustrate its pages more than heretofore , the greatest of care will be exercised in arrangement of departments and articles . Tr . 11 departments we sh...

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THE VALUE OF A GOOD NAME [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879

THE VALUE OF A GOOD NAME Better than gold or titles , better than all else in this world , is tlie heritage of a good name . Fathers can leave no better provision to children . Children can seek no better thing than a good name . To be known as an honest , truthful man , is the greatest good that can be sought for . Thomas Carlyle said of his father : He was a man into the corners of whose house there had shined through the years of his pilgrimage , by day and by night , the light of the glory of God ; and at the last he was not , for God took him . Horatio Seymour s name has such a hold upon the people of his State who knew him , that during the recent violent struggle of parties his nephew , of same name , was elected b y a large vote , when all others on same ticket were badly defeated . A good name goes beyond party lines or church limits . A reputation for honesty and Christian sincerity is the open seeaine to all that is desirable in this life .

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AGRICULTURAL INSTRUCTION IN DJS TRICT SCHOOLS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879

AGRICULTURAL INSTRUCTION IN DJS TRICT SCHOOLS . We find in the Echo Agricole a practical suggestion in regard to the above important subject . It is the more valuable , in that it is based upon practical and successful experiments which have been carried out for some time in some of thc Eastern Departments of France . The attempt has not been made to impose a series of studies on subjects connected with agriculture upon the young children of whom the pupils mostly consist ; readers have been specially and carefully prepared by men who were not only masters of the subject they handled , but who knew how to treat of them in simple yet elegant language . The same spirit has been manifested in the choice of subjects for dictation and for original composition , which have been selected v . ;! h i ^ -oial reference to matters directly relating to agriculture , such as the cultivation of plants or the description of some features of agricultural labor . Even in arithmetic , } he same objec...

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WHAT ABOUT NORTHERN SUGAR CANE ? [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879

WHAT ABOUT NORTHERN SUGAR CANE ? There is an establishment at Faribault , Minn ., for making syrup and sugar from amber cane . It cost about $ 8 , 000 , and is under the charge of Dr . James Wilhelm , of Ohio . The capacity of the works is about 75 barrels of sirup per day . It was put in operation rather late in the season to expect the best results , as the cane was brought and left in piles to be worked up , and some fermentation took place . Still the manager is satisfied with the experience , and is convinced that the cane industry of the North is to be a permanent and profitable one . He has paid $ 8 . 00 per ton for the delivered cane ; the average crop being about ten tons per acre . He gets from this au average of fifteen gallons refined sirup per ton . This , in barrels at the refinery , is worth fifty to fifty-five cents per gallon . It will strike the cane grower that the manufacturer at this rate has far the best end of the bargain . It can not be a very profitable crop...

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ENGLISH PREJUDICE DYING OUT [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 December 1879

ENGLISH PREJUDICE DYING OUT British prejudice is a very formidable thing . Whether well-founded or ill , the fact remains the same . English thoughts and English deeds are to Englishmen the best thoughts and deeds in the world . They adopt the ways and habits of other people with a provoking slowness , even though it would seem they must have long been convinced that some of those ways and habits are better than their own . In matters of food production and consumption , they have been extremely selfconceited . No such beef , or mutton , or pork , or cheese , or butter , as that of the British Isles was ever produced . It took a long time for Johnny Bull to find in thc potato anything fit for his table . He has been half a century decrying Indian corn as an article of diet in any of tlie many forms that we delight to use it . The average Englishman scorns Lima beans , lentils , dry peas , tomatoes , and a host of other things that his continental neighbors relish ancl thrive upon . ...

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