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AMERICAN FARM ANIMALS .-NO . 13 . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880

AMERICAN FARM ANIMALS .-NO . 13 . IMPORTATION AS TEST 0 ? V ^ LI ^ E . - ^ Cofad Tiie wfeter has seen as inferior hailcs , cattle and pigs in Great Britain as lie has seen in America . Even in thc Channel Islands , although all the cattle may bu counted as pure bred , a good proportion arc of decidedly inferior quality . In 1879 , at thc leading agricultural shows , he saw prize winners of a considerable number of breeds , of cattle , horses , sheep and pigs , for which only short pedigrees could be given ; in a good number of cases , no pedigrees whatever . In view of these facts and of the additional fact that importing fine stock has proved a profitable business in many cases , it is a mistake to attach special importance to importation . Of most of the more popular breeds there arc now enough in America to allow sufficient choice , and of nearly all these breeds we have specimens nearly or quite equal to the best in the countries in which they originated . As an illustration the...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
LIVE STOCK NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880

LIVE STOCK NOTES AN Oregon paper gives some interesting facts concerning an immense cattle drive now begun by Messrs . Lang & Byan of that State . They bought in Wasco and Grant Counties 15 ,- 000 head of cattle , with which they started this month . At Silver City , Idaho , they will increase tho number by 7 , 000 head , and at Fort Hill by 2 , 500 more , making in all 21 , 800 head . To drive these to the Yellowstone country , where they will Winter , will require 800 head of horses and the services of 120 men . Most of these cowboys are Kansas men , who have been in the employ of this concern for the past six years . Forty wagons ace unpany the drive and about 160 stand of loaded rifles will be always on hand , good for 3 , 000 shots at any band of hostile Indians that may attack them . FIFTI head of Short-horns from the herd of J . F . Miller , of Richmond , Ind ., were sold at Indianapolis , Wednesday of last week , for # 8 , 022 . MANY breeders of Holstein cattle l...

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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LIVE STOCK . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880

LIVE STOCK . BREEDERS DIRECTORY . It Is oar desire to present . In tbe following style , a column or more of cards ol reliable breeders of cattle , horses , sheep , ¦ wine and poultry . Onr rates will be for THREE LINE CAIID three months ( 13 Insertions ) $ 9 | six months , ( 16 ; one year , $ 30 . Each additional line t * . SO per quarter . These rates include u free copy of the FARMERSRKV 1 EW during the continuance of the advertisement . We respectfully solicit the patronage of breeders everywhere , confident that lt will pay them to thus secure the attention of our readers . CATTLE . EBBV ALDRICH , Tiskllwa , 111 ., Breeder of Short-Horn cattle from best stock . DR . W . A . PRATT , Elgin , IU .. breeder of pure and grade Holstein cattle . Young stock for isle : also Poland-China swine . ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY . breeders of Short-Horn and Jersey cattle , and Berkshire and Poland-China swine . Slock for sale . E . L . LAWBKHOX , Champaign , 111 . SAMUEL STRATTON . Litchfi...

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VETERINARY . < ' - - ; .:. " - ' . ¦ . ¦ — ( [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880

VETERINARY . &amp;lt; - - ; .:. - . ¦ . ¦ — ( All fubscrilx-rs to the FARMERS * REVIEW nro entitled to the privilege nl rnnsulting the VETERINARIAN who has charge of this Department . FREE W EXPENSE , on nil diHeases incidental to Horses , Cattle , Sheep , Swine and Poultry . Be particular to give fail name and address , so that if necessary we may answer by let ter . QUERIES AND ANSWERS . QlTERT : PuNCTCKED WOUND OS HOCKJOINT . —8 , Juda , Wis ., writes : I have a valuable three-year old colt which I noticed about three months ago was hurt upon the hock-joint , which was very much swollen . A little below the joint and well forward on the outside I noticed a small puncture , as if a fork tine had entered while shaking up the bedding which I supposed was the cause , but my man claims the other colt kicked him ; however ; matter was oozing out . I bathed freely with tincture of arnica , then Centaur liniment , an I it stopped running but the swelling remained , so I used saltpetr...

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THE POULTRY YARD [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880

THE POULTRY YARD ered crops is plenty . The cost of keeping is comparatively nothing and disease is unknown among fowls so kept . MILK FOR FATTENING FOWLS . —To enable one to fatten fowls or chicks quickly , it is absolutely necessary to give such food as will accomplish the purpose best , and to this end we unhesitatingly recommend plenty of milk in any state , from fresh to thick . This should be fed in connection with a grain diet , for one counteracts any possible deleterious influence of the other . If kept in a darkened place and fed unsparingly on milk , with grain in proper proportions , you will soon have something very choice to offer up on your tables to your friends , as well as to your family . When milk is fed , no water is required for fattening fowls . —American Poultry Yard . Engraving received ; think it elegant . C . W . ALLISON , Milledgeville , 111 . Engraving splendid , and shall freely recommend it to my neighbors . N . R . PEUSINGER , Central City , Neb . The...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880

Our Book ou WAX A 4 JLO \ VJ £ l £ ANII PltCJlT MAKING has diagrams and illustrations , and ls so plain and practical that any one of ordinary Ingenuity can , by Its use , without other instruction , easily learn this beautiful art . We send the book , with wax . patterns , and other material to make el ther a beautiful Blush Rose or an Ivy Vlneias you choose , postpaid , for 30 cents , In silver or stamps . Address J . L . PATTEN &amp;amp; CO ., 47 Barclay Street , New York . HOW TO BE F ° r Business Men , ,, www , w nam . Farmers . . Mechanics , V ft 11 O ft W IM Worklugmen , Property ¦ W »* w ft I— . Owners . Tenants , every T h \ T 17 VX !« W body , every business . AmJX W X £ ) A Selling fast . Low price . Great success . One agent sold SOOIn one town , another 162 In 88 days , another 75 In 13 days , another II in one day , another 10 ln a few hours . Everybody wants It . Saves ten times Its cost No other like It . AGENTS WANTED . Send for circulars and terms . P . W . 7 ....

Publication Title: Farmers' Review
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THE DAIRY . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880

THE DAIRY . PRESSING CHEESE . TIICFABMEKS REVIEW is under obligations to lt . P . McGlincy , Esq ., Secretary , for a copy of thc 14 th Annual Report of the Northwestern Dairymen s Association , ¦ with addresses and discussions at the annual meeting at Harvard , 111 ., February 10-12 , 1880 . The book contains many interesting papers , too long for publication entire in our columns , but from which we shall make extracts now and then . Here are some suggestions on the pressing and care of cheese that are important . They are from n paper on Practical Cheese Making , by Robert McAdam , of Rome , N . Y .: The pressing of cheese is a point which does not receive the care and attention necessary to form a firm , solid and handfcDinc cheese . Most makers seem to aim itt nothing higher than a . passable aticle . This is a great error . The highest excellence in every point ought to be the aim of every cheese maker . Each separate cheese ought to be attended to as if the reputation of the ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880

* ^ Tffjugro * 0nYenud by R . N . Horiford , Ut . PrOi , i ; H . rvard Unlrerslty . It is better and healthier than ordinary Baking Powder . CreamTartar or Yeast . The cost of raining Bread , Biscuit , etc .. with it Is only about half as ranch an by ordinary Baking : Powder , and the resnlt is much better . lt restores the nutritions elements which are taken from ( he flour in bolting . No ordinary Baking Powder or anything else UHed for raising : oread does ( his . Univarxttlly used and recommended by prominent Physicians . Put up in packages containing 11 ounces , just enough for tbo pounds of llour . 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 £ 5 pounds of flour . RUMFORD CHEMICAL WORKS . 1 ItOVIDENOB , R . I , For Sale by JOSSGLYN IiliOS ., 4 Wabash Ave ., Chicago , IU . ¦¦ PENSIONS From the date of a soldier s discharge can be proc...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880

THE DINGEE &amp;amp; CON ARD GOS BEAUTIFUL KVEH-BLOOMING ROSES WedeliverSTKOBTG POT ROSES for Winter Bloom and Fall Planting , safely by mail , at all post-offices . FiveSplendldVarieUes , ffoarcAfffce , all labeled , for 81118 for S 3119 for $ 3 i 38 for $ 4 ) 35 for S 3 } 75 for « 101100 for « 13 . Send for our New Guide to Rose Culture , and choose from over BOO Finest Sorts . Our Great Specialty Is growing and distributing Roses . THEDINGEE &amp;amp; CONARfi CO ., Hose-Growers , WEST GBOVE , CHBSTKB CO ., PA ! Over 1800 distinct varieties . All strong Plants , each labeled . delivered safely by mail . Largest assortment . Low prices . In business 26 years , Ouarantee satisfaction . Stock comprises all desirable varieties . Only mature plants sent . Ournew Illustrated Hand-nook , sent free , contains name and description of each plant , with instructions forsuocessfnl cultivation , nontpurenasepiantt elsewhere before sending for ournete If AllflaRnfllf All lovers of Ameer...

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OUR SAMPLE COPIES . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880

OUR SAMPLE COPIES . We wish to say a word to all who receive a copy of this edition ot the FARMKKS REVIEW . It is this : You will please bear in mind that in preparing this number of the REVIEW , we have necessarily been somewhat hampered by the very large amount of advertising which has naturally been called out by the enormous number of copies of this particular ediiion , which we are sending to all parts of the United States . We address ourselves now more especially to those who receive this paper as a sample copy . Our regular subscribers know well how attractive each copy of the REVIEW is , and they will readily understand that a special edition of 100 , 000 copies should be more than usually crowded with advertising , but to those who receive a copy of the FARMEBS REVIEW for the first time , we wish to say that , while , as it is , we are confident that this copy will compare very favorably with the best agricultural papers published , still they may , if they will subscribe ...

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ENGLISH WOOL COMING TO AMERICA . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880

ENGLISH WOOL COMING TO AMERICA . An account of the Liverpool wool sales in March is of considerable interest to wool growers this side of the Atlantic . It is reported that these sales demonstrated the reality of American competition in woolen manufacture in a manner unexpected to English manufacturers . Liverpool is the market for the longer wool , imported and domestic , and here York , shire and other manufacturers periodically assemble to purchase their stocks of the raw material used in the production of worsteds , carpets , blankets , etc . At the late sales , say our advices , brokers acting for American firms bought freely of the supply imported from India . Prices , high already , rose higher . The Yorkshiremen waited patiently for , the Egyptian stock . When that was reached , however , the American demand reappeared more active than ever . They were dumbfounded . Their stocks needed replenishing , and they bid almost in desperation . But they were outbid all through the s...

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THE MISSION OF AN AGRICULTURAL JOURNAL . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880

THE MISSION OF AN AGRICULTURAL JOURNAL . The enormous circulation of the present number of the FARMERS REVIEW , the fact that it will reach so many thousands of * farmers outside of its regular weekly readers , seems to render an expression of its views as to its mission timely and appropriate . The primary objects of an agricultural paper are so patent that they need be scarcely touched upon . To disseminate useful information on all agricultural topics , to keep its readers posted on the movements of the agricultural world—to accomplish this the REVIEW maintains a thoroughly efficient editorial staff , supple , mented by an abler list of contributors than probably any other agricultural paper in the country . When a special correspondent is needed on any particular subject , the REVIEW always seeks out the most competent person to be found for the duty , and intrusts it to him . Such articles as those of Prof . Riley , Prof . Morrow Prof . Cook , Hon . J . R . Dodge , Hon . Samuel...

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A CROP FOR ARID LANDS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880

A CROP FOR ARID LANDS . Among the variety of seeds sent out by the Commissioner of Agriculture , there has been sent about 100 bushels of seed of Egyptian or Rice Corn , to various places in the West for cultivation upon arid lands . As we have before stated , the State Board of Agriculture of Kansas has now called attention to this cereal , which it states can be grown without irrigation upon the vast arid fields of the far West , and it is spoken of in glowing terms as promising to solve a difficulty of the greatest magnitude in respect to the future settlement of the country . The New York Times , in quoting from this report , says , that the especial value of the grain is in its power of resisting drouth . Of this it gives-exaniptea similar to those published in the REVIEW of April 8 th . We clip from the article referred to an account of the properties of the cereal : The kernels grow in a tuft like that on the top of sorghum . Each one is something smaller and rounder than a g...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880

THE FARMERS REVIEW PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY TBS ^ Farmers ttebleto dtompang . Ones , ROOM 8 , FIRST NATIONAL B ANK BUILDIMG , CHICAGO , ILL . Annual Subscription , - $ 1 . 00 . B . F . STBVBHS , ESQ ., 4 Trafalgar Square , Charing Cross . London , Is the authorised agent to receive subscriptions to the F ARMBBS RBVIBW , In great Britain and Ireland . Annual subscription , postpaid , 8 s . (* 2 . 00 ) . i READ CD t . BEAD Hon . J . R . Dodge s article on the . I-I growth and prosperity ot Sheep Husbandry j- ln the United states . • = BEAD how to get rid of wire-worms . 9 BEAD another of Prof . Bears articles on the 3 crossing of plants . 2-READ number 16 of Mr . Rexford s garden to articles . o S . BEAD about the growth of grape culture ln £ the United States . *• = BEAD how to make an excellent grafting 0 : » . wax . • C ? . £ BEAD notes of observations on injurious In0 sects . + m BEAD the notes from farmers regarding the ^ crop prospects all over the West . OJ BEAD the elaborate market...

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SOUND INSURANCE . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880

SOUND INSURANCE . The time has surely gone by when sensible people have to be urged to insure their property against fire . The frequently recurring losses , the unfortunate condition of those who have neglected this all important duty , speak so eloquently in favor of their protecting our property that we have come to regard a man whose property is not insured as a less than reasonable being . The important question , then , for those who already regard insurance as a necessity , is to secure it in a company in which they can have implicit confidence . You do not insure because you expect your property to burn , but to save yourself and family from serious , perhaps irreparable loss if it should , consequently insurance , to ue satisfactory , must be in a company that is , beyond question , sound and reliable . Now , contradictory as the statement may appear , the very indications of a companys good management and conservative ways , which are in themselves such safeguards to the a...

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DEERE ROTARY DROP PLANTER [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880

DEERE ROTARY DROP PLANTER MERIT , THE KEY TO SUCCESS . From the innumerable kinds and immense quantities of agricultural machines made , lt would seem as though every possible demand was provided for , and that every branch of that kind of manufacturing was filled . Cases are constantly coming up , however , to show that there ls always room for an implement ot superior merit . Among the most noticeable that has come under our observation lately is the success ot the new firm of Deere &amp;amp; Mansur Company , of Moline , 111 . Starting less than three years ago in the corn planter business , and supplying tbe trade with a simple , durable and . accurate Rotary Drop Planter , a thing other manufacturers had tried unsuccessfully to do for years , they have already made themselves one of , it not THE largest manufacturers ot that implement ln the country ; their planter—the Deere Rotary Drop —- has become the favorite wherever introduced The demand for them is already so large th...

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INSURANCE ITEMS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880

INSURANCE ITEMS . The following humorous ideal of a would-be legislator s intended law tor the regulation of insurance , is a very happy take-off on the ridiculous insurance bills which are periodically presented to tbe various State legislatures . Indeed , it Is perhaps going too far to call it a take-off , for it is scarcely more absurd than bills which have been actually proposed on this comparatively little understood subject We give it in extenso : KUHLEMEIER s IllSUBAUOB BILL—WHAT HE WOULD HAVE DONE FOB TJE INSURED IF HE HAD BEEN ELECTED . The following bill has been drawn up by Mr . Euhlemeier and would have been presented to the Legislature had he been elected to a seat in that honorable body . It Is a bill regulating the measure of damages , and worthy of persual : SECTION l . It shall be unlawful for any insurance company to employ any agent who does not know the value of all things , and tell the exact value of buildings much better than the persons who built the same , o...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880

NEW PROCESS UNSEED MEAL The Greatest Flesh-Former , Milk and Butter Producer , IN USE . A sample of this Meal , analyzed by F . A . Oenth . the Philadelphia Agricultural chemist , showed it to contain 6 . 99 per cent , of Nitrogen , which is equivalent to 88 . 67 per cent , of Albuminous matter . Meal made from oil cake which has been subjected to extreme pressure , will show but about 27 per cent or Albuminous matter , which Is a loss of over 25 per cent This only confirms what feeders nave found by experience to be true , viz .: That a given weight of this Meal will go farther asa milk and flesh producer than ordinary oil cake . TMsmeal can be fed in any Quantity without 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 LINSEED Oil . CO .. Office , Mo . 1 Wabash Avenue , Chicago . ( Sole manufacturers for Chicago and vicinity . ) BBBTHOLLY HOMB STOCK FAHM ....

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