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COMMERCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 July 1858

COMMERCIAL FARMER OFFICE , | JDNB 28 TH . J We are now in tho midst of splendid harvest weather ; and so finely forwarded has been the wheat crop under the hot suns of the last two weeks , that there is quite a willingness to assent to the opinion that there will be , in the west , a full wheat crop of excellent quality . The corn will have to contend against all the difficulties or a backward spring and incessant rains through so much of the proper planting season . ; There must necessarily he a considerable loss from the flooding of so many bottoms , where corn is usually tho surest and largest crop . Still , tho apprehensions in respect even to the futuro of this crop have much abated . We have carefully examined our exchanges tbroughont this State , and their general tone in relation to the corn crop is encouraging . MONETARY . FABMKK OFFICII , ) SPRISO FIELD , JuneZS . / The St . Louis Democrat announces that in that city money is very planty and demand moderate . No change in ...

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 July 1858

__ , Western I ^ aaid Office . T . S . MATHER . FOR THE PURCHASE AND SALE OP CITY PBOperty , Farais ami Unimproved tauds , PAYMENT 01 TAJ ^ Sj OMixtion of Claims . fwovermncnt Lands ENTERED WITS WARRANTS OR CASH IN ANY LAND DISTRICT IN ILLINOIS , IOWA , MISSOURI . MINNESOTA OR NEBRASKA . 1 AND WARRANTS BOUGHT AND SOXiD . Offlce over N . II . Ridgely ^ B Bank , West side Public Square , Springfield , Ills .

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TABLE OF < bblrf @ BBK ^ [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 July 1858

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 July 1858

TH ^ CtEVEr AND r WOOJLDBPOT &amp;gt; TS ||| pIi ^^ X ^ n ^ . ¦ hjwl « enIa ~ op « ra «^ o &amp;gt; f «^ fcurfyraaii ; . during wrdc &amp;amp;^ riod ^ X ^ nghlts ^ prbgnSn haaTisen impodedbr the advert © jesrtonM ^ uYd ^ 8 fi ^ rtaejptai ! Uc * billt y of the plan • harbethdeSifcdelao ni ^ affords superior adrwfsggi ^ the ^ WOOW | R 0 WBB 9 OF THE WEST , as alnrfiwri ^ foiypaMing thelF ^ wbols . lnto the hands of the nta &amp;amp; nraeturer ^ is now no loagtr a question . But although a TerTiTar ^ fnTOnber oFWool Growers have availed themselves of tfieaa ^ ad vantages during the last four years , yet , trerpriBing , aalt may appear to many , onr receipts hare been larger from-Merchants and Wool-bnyers than from Wootp ^ wwSjftnStaamiybeacMnnted formally from the fact , that , * as a class , Wool-growers have been more easily Infloenced and misled than tlie former , by the statements of a Aw operators who are wholly opposed to all efforts having for thetr , obJect the ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 July 1858

F _ TO iMR . ifir . ns . OR SALE—CORN PLANTERS , REAPera and Mowers , various kinds , drills , various kinds , threshers , plows , and almost every other agricultural imple- ° » P * - may FRANCIS &amp;amp; BABRELL . ONNETS , NEW AND CHEAP AT SMITH , EDWARDS &amp;amp; CO

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 July 1858

¦ BA ! gB £ i # V - : . AKT ^*^ . - . , Taming tHciov ^ Morses , iv ^^ M-ii ^ M . ¦ :-i- - JUST JUBLMHb , lWS 0 ^ AT ^ p 1 NstracHonsln ^ fiwwfjSgftf HOMO , Taking , enarantBod the same as pract 4 cea . in , Mr ^ eJa ^ . entfi ^; diffBmmt from that described iflhow ^ mtog . bboWand tiught by ! ltinerant jocktes . As Mr . Bareydi ^ TdfaMose the hnportail feature ofbiasysteminth ^ countryjibfiewhichl now Ibrstho first tune engage to M ! y / revea ^ Mj ^ r 3 ca has . bee a Sauced to R 3 , which e « ry man ^ lioownsttibteo canaffom-to part with . Any man who . taows ^ anjthlng abouta Koree canoperate it . All persons lestftSne-the money mnsTCpromlse ever their signatures not toTnaJcelheSecret puhlio M sell it within three months of t ^ pttontAAadross - ¦? • • ^ i . pALBi H . RAWfer . - july-far 3 m - , ^ . Albany , ^ . Y . LTJMtBiy ^ ir % . pLEASE NOTICE— - . ¦ . /&amp;gt; . ^ - jtZi ^ wIshing to . bny building Lumber or Feaelrig / eithe * delivered here or at any p &amp;lt;] in...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 July 1858

^ ^ igpBMDja ; : -. : ¦ OFFICE OK NORTH , nFXqfeutaET ^ OVBH . X . KATBUBN B . ^ a ^&amp;amp; :: - • A DENTAL VM ^ OEO ^^ BK ^^ KARSWAllltAKTS XX ; himiii ; say [ DgthataUoTCi ^ 6 u &amp;amp; elkIlbocarafully and neatly performed . ; He / le ^ n ^ possesskfn ^ of-suveral promlurns and diplonfe awardedTiy Uia _ beaSirIst | tutcs for the promotion of-3 Cionco . arid ; oj ^ fn the con ntrf ^ r -. Teeth - rnssrtedjfjroni oimtwtfi t » full sets , aa substantial and handsome as can l ) e . ^ iadm any . cjtyToffth ^ JJuited Slates or Europe . Artificial paUii ^ plateS &amp;gt; Bi 4 u ^ v s * uppIyIng . IJie want or IOBB of the palate , velum aud ^ QuJdJ . BO-aa to rostoro articulation .- -. --y--- -. ^ \; . Safer to Vrof . David Gilbert , Pennsylvania Colleges of McdIdne , Philadelphia ; Hon , J . S .: Black , Waslilngtoii City ; Rov . Dr . llarkey , UUnoia TJuiveraity ; Dre . Helm , Ryan and Wallace : Messrs . Jacob Loose , J S . Condelt , J . II . Gray , Posselman , Owen , Co...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 July 1858

v The Manny Mtrize ! - - MJHAT :-PARMEK WIII WIN . IT . I Thankfnl for tlio patronage extended to ns , and wishing to promote the Interests of the Farmers who have dona to much . Torus , wo have presented oneofotir Fully Improved Machines to the , - Vllliiois ^ gtate Agricultural Society , To be given as a prize for the BEST r ; ffHfiAT . : FIELD ; Comtat ogtn U aU lUrnert . - ~? , a s WTiiis ^ Kls ^ SsBiSsaVflffin i sJK ^ s ^ sffi Talcotl , i ^ BrnfRrsoUi . «** Co ., - - ? . BUCQESSOftS W » -- - • MANNY . &amp;amp; col ; . . - ; - -. . *¦ . * ROCKFOBD , .. ; A .... V « . v ^ . =. « .... ; . ^ . i ...... ; .,.. ; . J .. . ^ tonroa Ma » ufactvirers . of . , • JQHN . H . MANNTTS , REAPER ANIJ MOWER *¦* - COMBINED , AND SINGfcE MOWER . - ¦ \ GREATLY IMPROVED F 0 RV &amp;amp; % . Which received the : ^ . ¦ - . . GOLD MEDAL Of the UNITED STATES AGRICULTURAL S 0 OIMT , fbx * • - being- the ; . - Best Combined Machine iu America V After a trial of over a week , lnxomt &amp;gt; ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 July 1858

Illinois Central Rail Road . I . ANDS FOR SAXE . THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD Company invites the attention of Agriculturalists and Farmers to the fertile lands adjacent to their Road , which are offered for sale-upon low terms , and long credit tat low rates of interest . Itisthepolicyand wishofthe Company to sell all their lands to actual settlers ; and no inducement is offered to speculators ; in fact none will bo sold on long credit , without the distinct obligation ofcultlvation . _ Illinois occupies the most central position of the Western States , and comprises the most fertile section of the belt of land extending from the Atlantic Ocean to the Missouri River , aad including New Yoik , New Jersey , Pennsylvania , Ohio , Indiana , Illinois , Michigan ; Wisconsin , Iowa and Northern Missouri * . , ,.... Unlike tho States North of us , the productions-are not checked by rigorous winters , —nor ia the heat of summer oppressive . The lauds Westof the Missouri River gradually nnd...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 July 1858

NOTICE : . To tUe Raisers of Fine Horses . THE THOROUGH BRED HORSE YOUNG BARNTON , imported by the Illinois Importing Company , will commence bis first season the 16 th of March , at the stable of John O . Crowder , 2 miles west of Springfield , Illinois , and to prevent complaints we give timely notice that he will be limited te 40 mares , and as tbpre has perhaps been that number partially engaged , we would here say that no mare will be considered engaged until a part of the money Is paid . Having acquired a character at home and abroadhaving sold for J 6 , 050—having taken the $ 600 premium at the St . LouUFair hist Fall . from the best ring of Horses ( admitted by judges ) that was ever exhibited In the western country—in fact he acknowledges no superior in the United States . The terms will perhaps he $ 75 cash ; pasture for mares from a distance gratis . Bills and particulars in due time . JOHN C . CHOWDER &amp;amp; CO . N . B—The thorough-bred Imported Horse , Barnton , ...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 July 1858

B . F . FOX , Wholesale aud Retail Dealer lit Hardware , IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES , HAS NOW IN STORE one of the largest and best assortments cf goods in his lino ever offered in this market . Importing many styles of English goods direct , and purchasing his American goods of the manufacturers at the lowest ( cash ) prices , he is enabled to offer merchants and consumers goodsat the lowest prices , and en as favorable terms as any house east or west . His stock embraces a very large and complete assortment of Agricultural Tools aad Implements ! • f the latest and most improved kinds and qualities . Reapers , Mowers , Straw Cutter * , Hedge Trimmers , Sicldts , Grass and trusting Books , Cradles ; Scythes , Snaths , Fbrks , Hots , ShoeeU , Scoops , Ax * s ( sAl -. kinds and makes ) , Picks , Mattocks , Ian Mills , Seta Separators and Threshing Machines . - ?¦ HOUSE FURNISHING &amp;amp; BUILDERS WAREHOUSE . Large anbV . 0 ompIete assortment of ZocJfc * , Latches , Butts , Hin- ...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 July 1858

THE ILLINOIS . Jffutual Stre Insicrance Co . LOCATED AT ALTON ILLINOIS . CHARTERED EEB . 23 , 1 S 39 . ORGANIZED hVKU , 4 . 1839 . Amount of premium notes in force Febntary 1 st , 1850 , constituting a fund for the , payment of Losses , $ 800 , 0 00 . 00 , Secured by a lien-on property insured , valued at over $ 9 . 0 0 0 ; . 0 = 0 0 ! , ¦ rpHIS company insures dwelUngs . stores , warehouses , uiiuiuX factories , mills , liarns , stable * nnd the contents or each , together with every other similar siiecies or urouci ty within tho State , from LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE ! The Directors feel justified in recommending this company to the favorable consideration of tho citizens of Illinois . Every one insured becomes c member , the company being an tissoclatlon of customers—each of whom is concerned in insuring his neighbor . As the indemnification fnnd augments in exact ratio with the increase of risks , HIP capital of the company it comparatively exhausflcas ; and the entire safety of th...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 July 1858

KUHNS &amp;amp; HAINF . S PRJEMlUJtr JDJSXXXS 7 THE BEST NOW- IN USE . THIS DRILL TOOK THE TWO FIRST Premiums at the late State Fair of Illinois , held at Fcoriu ; also at the State Pairs of Wisconsin and Ohio . This Drill will sow Wieat , Rye , Oats , Barley , Buckwheat , Rice , Hemp , Ilax , Timotfiy , Ctorer nnd Millet Seed , without any change of fixtures ; can be regulated in one minute to sow any quantity x &amp;gt; r hind of Seed . Warranted for durability and workmanship . Good and responslbb agents wanted in every county in the State , Circulars sent to anv address . Those wanting drills should order early . Apply to B . KUHNS ± CO-, mar 20 FCm-wlt Springfield , Illinois .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 August 1858

THE . flltefa $ wwmt PUBLISHED MONTHLY , * T IBaiUiaolae &amp;amp; iBaker , Journal Buildings , - - Springfield , Illinois ? *•« S . FRANOtS , Editor . —1 * 0 , TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION . One copj , one year , in advance $ 1 00 K « copies , ........ . . . . . » ..... 3 . 75 Ten nod one to the person getting up clul ) r ... 7 50 . Fifteen copies and over , 62 } g cents each , and one to person . getting up . club . . . . ^ j •_ ¦* -- , J V CASS BATZfl or ABVKSTlSINa : • : ¦ : One dollar poraqoare often lines , each insertion . ¦

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- - ir : ;;~ - r ^^ f ^ X ^^^"^ ' ; """ - ¦"'¦ " ' Ito )'; : float ProfififoTe 1 Breed of -Sliecp ; for' the ¦ * South . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 August 1858

- - ir : ;;~ - r ^^ f ^ X ^^^^ ; - ¦¦ Ito ); : float ProfififoTe 1 Breed of -Sliecp ; for the ¦ * South . . The following which we glean from H . S . Randall s Sheep Husbandry in the South / will interest our Western readers . The remarks respecting mutton sheep , may , we think , beyprofitably entertained by sheep . growers ofUlinois , where mutton is of increasing importance ; but we have no doubt that most of the wool-growers of this State , without regard-to value of mutton , would recommend theSUesian or Saxony breed , instead of Merino , or at least a medium between the two : DEAR SIR : —No one breed of sheep . combines the highest perfection in all those points which g ive value to this race of animals . One is remarkable for the weight , or early maturity , or excellent quality of its : carcass , while it is deficient in quality or quantity df wool ; and another which is valu- • able for wool , is comparatively deficient in carcass . Some varieties will flourish only under c...

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: EGLANTINE . . - • [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 August 1858

: EGLANTINE . . - • RAISED BY J . N . UROWN , BERLIN , ILL . EGLANTINE-is a light roan ; was calved October 24 , 1854 , and was got by John Moore , ( 11 , 619 . ) 1 st dam , May Dacre , by Crowdcr , ( 386 ;) 2 d dam , Milk Maid , by Accident , ( 191 ;) 3 ddani , Lady .-, 3 MAllister 3 •¦^ - Mfe ^ ir . . - ; - by Ponfoac £ : 0 l 24 , ) ( 4 ,-7 . 34 ;) . 4 th . dam , Lady Durham , by San -Martin , ( 2 , 599 ;) 5 th dam , the imported Durham cow . * . ; EoiiANTiXE won the first prize , at . the , Sangamon County Fair , held in . l 855 ,- ; and was one of the ten premium calves at the State Fair held at Chicago , 1855 ;

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Taxes . [Newspaper Article] — Illinois Farmer — 1 August 1858

Taxes . Mr . Editor : —Your duties requires you to protect the interests of the laboring man , and it is your intetest , as well as that of the great community in which we live , to encourage the industrious ( and nearly all of us aspire to be such , ) to obtain homes , where all the domestic virtues flourish—and if these are only extensive enough to reward labor , to place man in the middle state of life we achieve the greatest earthly good possible for our race . In looking over our system of taxation , especially that which relates to lands , I have been impressed with the belief that there is great injustice and inequality in it—that it is doing wrong to the laborious and industrious—that it is giving undue advantages to rich landholders , and that the evil ought to be corrected . When times are prosperous , and wheat two dollars a bushel , and pork SO per 100 lbs ., we do not feel the draught upon us for taxes as at this time , —for now , with present prices of produce , the ta...

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