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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 April 1880

¦¦ ^ PARLOR PICTURES . FSSSL ( NOT CHEAP DHR 0 MOS , BUT WORKS OF REAL MERIT . ) WITH THE FARMERSREVIEW . FREE OF CASH COST , to all who send thc names of new subscribers for REVIEW ; and also furnished to all at a mere nominal additional cost to the subscription price . Carefully read terms . HOW TO OBTAIN THE BELOW DESCRIBED PICTURES FREE ! Thousands of tkem have been sold at from $ 2 . 00 to % i . caper Copy . _ To Present Subscribers : —To any present subscriber sending us Two SUBSCRIPTIONS and Two DOLLARS , we will send KREE , POST-PAID , anyone of the beautiful premium Engravings below desenbed , or for THREE SUBSCRIPTIONS and THREE DOLLARS , we will send A PAIR ( any two ) of the Engravings . Tp Renewing Subscribers : — T o any person renewing for a year from expiration of present subscription , and sending ONE NKW SUBSCRIPTION besides their own , with Two DOLLARS , we will send any one picture FREE , or for Two NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS with their own and THREE DOLLARS , we will sen...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 April 1880

FANCY SILKS , I M ^ a ^ mm mm mm mm mm ¦ ^ KZ n RY GOODS BROCADES , am * W mm * w * aw am aw D ^ s D GooD ° s r FITS BY MAIL OR EXPRESS . CA mACKGOODS OVTL MAI 1 , ORDER DEPARTMENT Is now so PRINTS systematized , andinehargeofsuclithoroughlycompetent PEHCALES , ailJ experienced hands , that persons unable to visit our LINENS f » nd COTTONS , storo can do their shopping by writing us for samples or DRESS MAKING , goods , with the assurance of getting them at the aume MANTLES , prices as ifbuying in person . We carry an average stock CLOAKS , 0 f aD 0 Ut half a million of dollars , allbougldfor prompt SBI 8 HAWI s cash in tlle markets of Europe as well as in this country . INFANTS WEAR Try us and see how cfcca P 1 > r and « ulckly vou can - S <* BOYS WEAR what you want by mail or express . When iu town we GIRLS WEAR , shall be pleased to have you call on us . WOOLEN ?^™ 8 SEND F 0 R CATALOfiUE 0 R SAMPLES . HANDKERCHIEFS , COOPER & CONARD , TRIMMINGS ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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^ * * y % % i IT WILL PAY YOU TO READ THIS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 April 1880

^ *\ *\ y % % i IT WILL PAY YOU TO READ THIS . The FABMBKS REVIEW COMPANY has determined to make what may justly be termed the CHAMPION OVFER of the year , viz .: To every person whose yearly subscription is received BETWEEN THIS DATE and the V & th DAY OF APRIL NEXT , we will send post-paid one of our beautiful Premium Engravings , HOMEWARD , NEARER My GOD TO THEE , WOODLAND HOURS , or THE ORPHANS RESCUE . Read the descriptions of these elegant pictures on page 233 . N . fi . — 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 . AU will be treated alike from wltatever source received . REMEMBER that this offer will NOT be extended beyond tlie date mentioned , THE 15 TH DAY OF APRIL , 1880 . To get the benefit of this offer , your subscription MTJST BE RECEIVED HERE cm or ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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CHAFF . " [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 April 1880

CHAFF . GUESS WHAT TONE THIS GOES TO ? My grandfather once owned a mule tbat was tame . And would stand on its hind legs and bray . There have been other mules that would do just the same , But not in his elegant way . Hed do as commanded , and ne er would complain When grandfather on him did ride . But he stopped short , never to go again , When the old man died ; And for years without faltering , Kick , kick , kick , kick ! Hed e en resist haltering , Kick , kick , kick , kick ! For hed stopped short , never to go again , When tlie ok ! man died . But at last they determined to start the old mule , And adopted a singular plan , One morning in Spring , when the weather was cool . Backed him up to a dynamite can , The mule kicked the can , and I neednt explain , That away , through the air lie did glide ; But he stopped short , never to go again , So tbe old mule died . Many years without faltering , Kick , kick , kick , kick ! Hed e en resist haltering , Kick , kick , kick , kick !...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 April 1880

HOPE DEAF Garmore s Artificial Ear Drums FEBFECTLYBESTOBE THE HEARING and perform the work of the Natural tsvtuau Always In position , but Invisible to others . All Conversation and even whispers heard distinctly . W * refer to thoM minethem . Send for descriptive circular . GABMOBE EAB URDU CO , CIKCCWATI . O . 1 £ GUM BLOCK PUZZLK . Biggest taking IU thing of the age ; send postpaid for 20 cents . Large Illustrated novelty catalogue free to all . Globe Novelty House , SSI North 9 th si , Philadelphia , Pa .

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 April 1880

\ SI 000 REWARD For any Washing Machine that will Wash Cleaner , Quicker , with Less Labor and Wear and Tear of Clothes than the XkOBBXXTS FA . BKXX .-r WASRSCEEZt ANJ > BI . EACHER , XMkTBi OCT . 3 . IX . THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY PERFECT SELF-OPERATING WASHER IN THE WORLD . . No rubbing required . No more yellow cloihesnor hard work on waslnng day . No more rubbing clotnes tnil ot holes . Seeing is believing , and if you will try it once you will never again wash without it , nor use any other washing machine . IT IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD , and will wash anything from a lace curtain to a horse blanket , and can not get out of order . Good Agents Wanted , both Male and Female , to whom Liberal Inducement * are offered . Agentn can make from $ 10 to 100 per week . •* A SPLENDID WASHING MACHINE . The N . TT . Witness saj-s : Severaf of our staff have The above ls no boastful offer , made only for the Thi « iRwi , » rrh » vo » ii » h « B ,. i . i . ino n omii „ w „ . i , o- th ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 April 1880

¦ ¦ CARLETONS PATENT UPPER JAW BIT , . . MNB AND LOOPS /—^ , •• . Tills Bit renders any Horse perA . > -Ak \ \ fectly safe , tiif . easily inanjtff- /// r \ \ al , le - Itlsllie liesfltlirHo / // il N . \ lJreak a Coil witb , as It // f f J *\ \\ keeps him , when liar- ( CM £ S — ) ^ nessed , in the natural < 2 S ; 5 >^ i 4 > . - position of trotting , and ^( tcJ 7 v ,. Kives the driver perfect nrt 31 - < vco ! itroI . Price , % Z . The Rig . with full directions for adjusting and use , sent liy mail , post-paid , on receipt of price . Send postal for full descriptive circular . V . C . CAHLETOK , ITZti Hast 183 d St .. Kew York City . PENSIONS Procured for all Soldiers disabled In U . S . Service , and for Heirs of deceased soldiers . ApFLT AT ONCE In order to obtain arrears . 1 BKBIONR INOKKAHliU , llOUNTy AND HONORAIILB D 1 SCHAiiOESPHOtUiiKjj . Address , with stamps , ST 01 > DART & CO ., it Uo » ui 8 ...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 1 April 1880

Kprc ^ H-HOUSE AT YOUR DOQR ^ tfe will send free by mail , and guarantee their eaf , - ~ ~ ar ZiZ al * Good Condition , our choir .. 10 HOSES , It ) sorts . 81 20 VERBENAS 20 - ™ fl 15 Basket or Bedding Plants 16 ftl 10 GERANIUMS .... * 10 « § 1 10 CARNATIONS 10 « §} 10 TuberoseHj alt double aj 12 Gladioli , all Flowering Bulbs . «? 2 Camellia Japouicas and 2 Azaleas Ml Hundreds of other , — UCUf lllll DaBFt CHEAP , and many NtW AN II RARE I For your ohoioe of varieties , see onr 72-page Catalogue * free . Also an immense stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees , Evergreen ,, Small Fruit ,, Shrubs , etc . 6 Hardy Flowering Oibrnbs 6 sorts . SI 8 Currant Bushes 3 81 25 Raspberry Plants 5 81 75 Strawberry Plants 3 Si 8 Grape Vines 4 • Si 40 Sweet Chestnut or 10 O Catalpn . Trees . § 1 27 threar . 16 Greenhouse , : 400 Acres . STOBBS , HABEISON & C 0 „ Fainesville , Ohlo . Over 120 O distinct varieties , All strong Plants , each labeled , delivered safely byrnail . Largest asso...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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y y ^ y ^ ^ y IT WILL PAY YOU TO READ THIS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 8 April 1880

y y ^ y ^ ^ y 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 , viz . : To every person whose yearly subscription is received BETWEEN THIS DATE and the x _ th DAY OF APRIL NEXT , we will send post-paid one of our beautiful Premium Engravings , HOMEWARD , NEARER MY GOD TO THEE , WOODLAND HOURS , or THE ORPHANS RESCUE . Read the descriptions of these elegant pictures on page 235 . 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 y extendedbeyond the date mentioned , THE 15 TH DAY OF APRIL , 1880 . To get the benefit of this offer , your subscription MUST BE RECEIVED HERE on or before lhat date...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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THE SHEAF . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 8 April 1880

THE SHEAF . WE call the attention of our readers , especially tbose who advertise in agricultural papers , to the certificates regarding the circulation of the FARMERS REVIEW , as presented on page 232 . Calculate that each one thousand papers weigh one hundred pounds and you can readily see the enormous number of papers that we have sent out during the first three months of this year . MEMBERS of the Alton , 111 ., Horticultural Society , at a meeting on the first day of the month , unanimously reported that there has never been a better prospect for all kinds of fruit grown in that locality than at present . They fear that fruit will be so abundant as to force a reduction of prices below a profitable point . ADD now the Russians are complaining of American competition in the grain markets of the world . Our people are audacious enough t » send corn to Odessa . Freights are so high in Russia that the merchants at Tiflis find it cheaper to bring grain from America . As an instance o...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 8 April 1880

DO YOU USE A ROLLER per cent . ; often an entlr ,- crop ls saved by It ^^ S ^ m ^^ B ^^^^^^^^ B ^ B ^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^ feS ^^^^^^^ aa ____ y . \ s ^^ ____ g . .--J ? ~ . w ~ r ^______^? _ r ? Sm Woolridge s Patent Land Rollei IS THE BEST . It ls recommended by all who have used It . It u the only Roller that will adjust Its If to unever ground . It will turn around ln Its own lenirtli without undue strain upon the horses . t draws easier , does the work more thorough !] and Is by far the bent and cheapest Roller made X ™? MIMISSIB ^? £ Wi e S . ana mention this JrfX tr « ePBPW \ i * XA- * ABSDALK MFG , CO ., 88 Kingsbury St ., Chicago , IU . Also manufacturers of Seamless Thimble Skeins , etc . NEW \ m _ BOOKS . . WP «M. ffiWkrS 6 S ?? , n c ? , , np ? ct , SS a ? he £ p « ° < * lon of 150 standard hymn tunes , 170 standard hymns , and numerous chants , Examine for Sunday School or CongreflffttlOlli NEW FLOWER QUEEN . fflatK & S : T i ? fijf ? Sr linproJ ^ I , Dyt...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 8 April 1880

AS ^^ m ^____ m ^^ £ k . \ _ Waa \ a \\\\ Wm * ^ ™^ FT ^^ I I lw / 3 i ^^ mo ^ liX % 3 l ^^^ AmwATAr rmm _____________\_\ \ L ^^ t ____\\\^_ r BTHStad bj _ t . N . Horsford , 1 » M Proi ., H « T » rd TJnlTsrsltr . It is better and healthier than ordinary Baking Powder , CreamTartar or Yeast . TA . e . ? ° . st of raising Bread , Biscuit , etc ., with it is only abont half as much as by ordinary Baking : Powder , and the result is much better . It restores the nutritious elements which are taken from the flour in bolting . No ordinary Baking ; Powder or anything else used for raising bread does this . Universally used and recommended by prominent Physicians . Put up in packages containing II ounces , just enough for 25 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 , w SJ r l u find , post paid , a regular package sufficient for 25 pounds of flour . RUMFORD CHKMIOAL WORKS , PROVIDBMOB ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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AGRICULTURAL . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 8 April 1880

AGRICULTURAL . A FEW QUERIES CONSIDERED . EGYPTIAN CORN OR RICE IN KANSAS . Since the publication oi an item last Winter , concerning Egyptian corn , or rice , in Kansas , we have had many inquiries about it , but having no personal knowledge of it , have waited to see what ws could find in the writings of Kansas farmers . In the Quarterly Report of the Kansas States Board of Agriculture , lately sent out , we find a large number of reports from farmers who have had more or less experience with it . We quote a portion of them : In Ed wards county , several parties raised it this season . One account says : It seems to stand drouth better than Indian corn ; is excellent feed for cattle and horses ; has not proved so good for hogs . Some who have tried it for food say it is excellent for cakes . It produces a lair crop when it is so dry that Indian corn withers up . S . W . Boynton , writing from Kinsley , says : Last Spring I planted all the rice corn I could get in the local market ...

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HORTICULTURAL [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 8 April 1880

HORTICULTURAL CROSS-BREEDING PLANTS—NO . 3 . •>* BY PROF . W . J . SEAL . To cross one plant with another , it is not necessary that they flower at the same time . Pollen may be shaken from anthers partially dried , and wrapped in paper or placed in small glass bottles and kept for weeks , and still not lose its vitality . To keep well , the pollen should not be wet , nor dried in the sun . Mr . Anderson Henry kept pollen of Clematis Jackmanii for eleven months , and then found it worked well . The writer kept some pollen of apple blossoms , and Btrawberry blossoms for one year , in corked bottles . The apple pollen lost its vitality ; that of the strawberry produced a partial fertilization . He has met with excellent results in crossing apples with pollen sent seventy-five miles by letter which was three days on the road . To collect pollen , cut off plump anthers which are full grown in buds j ust about to open . In a day or two the anthers will burst and discharge poll...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE POULTRY YARD . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 8 April 1880

THE POULTRY YARD . MANAGEMENT OF LAYING HENS . Spring is the season during which , in our opinion , poultry requires the most management , especially in the matter of diet . It is a variable season , and food which supplies warmth must be regulated by the temperature . Laying hens , of which eggs are required for sitting , now demand particular and intelligent attention . As we have often remarked , it is commonly thought that an egg is an egg , and that so long as a certain number are produced there will , barring accidents , follow a corresponding number of chickens . We have repeatedly exposed the absurdity of this idea , and dwelt on the fact that the parent birds must be in good health and ! vigor to produce a strong progeny . We have , however , for the most part , written of the care to be taken of the cocks health . As he is probably the chanticleer of many wives his state of health is of the highest importance , lor it influences the produce of all the yard . We are now , h...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE DAIRY . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 8 April 1880

THE DAIRY . HOW IOWA PRIZE BUTTER IS MADE . Mr . John Stuart , of Iowa , has taken the first prize at many of the most prominent dairy exhibitions of late years . In a late pamphlet he sets forth his practices . He first prescribes for the cow a warm dry stable , with plenty of ground corn , oats and barley , mixed with equal poK tions of each , to make plenty of rich milk . He does not approve of oilcake or turnips , and says they must have plenty of good hay and water . The milk pails , he declares , must be made of tin , and he scorns the wooden pail . They should be thoroughly scalded before using , and the receiving can set in cool water when filled with the warm milk . If you use a cellar to set the milk in , be sure there it nothing else in it . Keep it nicely whitewashed and clean , and attend to the ventilation . In warm weather water should surround the pans as deep as the milk is . A temperature of 62 to 65 degrees will keep the milk sweet thirtysix hours . On the subject...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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