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LITERARY . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880
LITERARY . SUMMER PROSPECTS . BY A ZCMMEUZET MAN . As a Znmmerzet v firmer , I natal I y likes To spake tome na abours on whatever strikes Me vaticy bout markets an * varmlu an that , Ananything else that sim to come pat . An to niv inlini , no questin sso serlssto we As wliat sarto zuturner thes nex es to be . Now zuin volks maintains as no one can zay What weather s a comln \ excep vor the Uay ; But I da know Redder , vor I ve a foortoid Many salsons o weather , ef not or ef cold , Ef zunnyor rofny in harvfss s prime : An zoo me wold vat her have , many a time ; Zoo I balnt a mere prophet , thee s know , I can tell , But tbe zun o a prophet ( be dazzy ) as well . Butlavin * all braggln andbwoastln to they As can prophesy alter theyve got ln their liay An 1 stacked up their bey-ans an * garnered their earn , An * hears the men dreshin ot up n the barn , An then ses I zed zoo * an * Didn * I tellee ? Such prophecy s that wunt vill nodody s belly . I la . ) s down the law—zums up , a...
THE TRUTH AND NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880
THE TRUTH AND NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH . Young Smiffkins was Somewhat surprised , but highly elated , when he received a polite invitation from old Scroggins to come up and take a crust—which meant dinner—and that too when ho had spent the very evening before in the sweet society of Miss MatiMtt Jane ScrogglrJs . It is needless to say that he was promptly on hand . • Matilda Jane , said the old gentleman , when dinner was over , did you ever hear the phonograph in active operation ? ? No , pa , but I should like , answered t e young maiden , who wished to humor her parents scientific weakness . Well , my dear , you shall . 1 bought one the day before yesterday . You will find it under the sofa in the front parlor . I forgot to take it up stairs last night , when I left you and Smiffkins conversing on church festivals . Matilda brought the machine , and the old man wound it up , remarking that he set it just before going to bed . The family circle , and one or two of Scroggins cronies ,...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880
TRADE LONDON PURPLE , MARK . Valuable Insecticide for the extermination of the Colorado Beetle , Cotton Worm and Canker Worm . For Pi ices . Circulars , and Opinions write _ „ „ . , HEMINGWAYS LONDON PUUPLK COMPANTTUMITISD , 90 Water St ., New York . PnofHSBon C . V . RILEY , says : LOUDON PURPLE can be more effectually sprinkled or sprayed on to the nlant than Paris Green , by virtue of its greater fineness . ...... t .. . — .. » AOPESSOB O . BT B ESSEY . Professor of Botany , Ames , Iowa , says : It promises to be a most excellent remedy . It quickly kills both the Larvas and the Winged Insects . „ , „„„ ., ¦ ,, „ ni . &lt; . « i PROFESSOR •&gt;¦ I * Bura &gt; , Professor of Horticulture . Ames . Iowa , says : A single application placed every on ? of the pests on their backs over the ground , either dead or ln a dying condition , ln less than six hours . ^ . Chicago Combined STEEL TOOTH Patent Flexible ¦ at 1 HARROW &amp; CULTIVATOR 1 - Ii * £ ? ii...
FOR YOUNG READERS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880
FOR YOUNG READERS . BACKBONE . When you see a fellow mortal Without fixed and fearless views . Hanging on the skirts of others . Walking in their cast-off shoes . Bowing low to wealth and favor . With abject , uncovered head , Beady to retractor waver ; Willing to be turnd or led , Walk yourself with firmer bearing ; Throw your moral shoulders back ; Show your spine has nerve and marrowJust the things which his must lack . A stronger word Was never heard Than this—backbone . When you see a politician Crawling through contracted holes . Begging for some fat position . In the House or at the polls ; With no sterling manhood In him ; Nothing stable , broad , or sound : Destitute of pluck or ballast ; Double sided all around ; | Walk yourself with firmer bearing ; I Throw your moral shoulders back ; Show your spine has nerve and marrowJust the things which his must lack . A stronger word Was never heard Than this—backbone . A modest song , and plainly told—The text Is worth a mine of go...
THE HOME . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880
THE HOME . CLEON AND I . Cleon hath a million acres , Ne er a one have I ; Cleon dwelleth ln a palace . In a cottage , I ; Cleon hath a dozen fortunes , Not a penny , I ; Yet the poorer of the twain is Cleon , and not I . Cleon , true , possesseth acres , But the landscape , I ; Half the charms to me lt yleldeth , Money can not buy . Cleon harbors sloth and dullness , Freshening vigor , I ; Hein velvet , I in fustian , Richer man am I , Cleon Is a slave to grandeur , Free as thought ami ; Cleon fees a score of doctors , Need of none have I ; Wealth-surrtmnded , care-environed , Cleon fears to die ; Death msy come , hell And me ready , Happier man am I , Cleon sees no charm ln Nature , In a daisy , 1 ; Cleon hears no anthems ringing In the sea and sky ; Nature sings to me forever , Earnest listener I ; State for state , with all attendants , Who would change ?—Not I . TO CORRESPONDENTS . MARY E . T ., Delta , O . —We would advise lace curtains with lambrequins for your parlor , inste...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880
- - F, a - , , , [ , I PARLOR PICTURES . ? ( NOT CHEAP CHROMOS , BUT WORKS OF ^ REAL MERIT . ) g WITH sTiieFannersBew ; r g - - FREE OF CASH COST , to all who send the j names of new subscribers for REVIEW . 1 HOW TO OBTAIN THE PICTURES FREE . ¦ To Pres . ent Stibscribers : —To any 1 present subscriber sending us Two SUBSCRIPTIONS 1 and Two DOLLARS , we will send FREE , POST . &gt; PAID , any oneof the beautiful premium Engiavings below described , or for THREE SUBSCRIPTIONS and r THREE DOLLARS , we will send A PAIR ( any two ) 1 of the Engravings . To Renewing Subscribers : —To any J person renewing for a year from expiration ol present subscription , and sending ONE NEW SUBSCRIPTION besides their own , with Two DOLLARS , we will send i any one picture FREE , or for Two NEW SUBSCRIP- ¦ TIONS with their own and THREE DOLLARS , we will . send A PAIR—any two they may select . To New Subscribers : —ToJiny person not now a subscriber , sending us his or her own and ONE OTHER SUB...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880
. F . . F N , 1 . , i . Heres Your Qhance Get a Full Set of Our BEAUTIFUL PREMIUM e XXTGRAVX 2 TCS t s [ OR OTHING ! How can you do it ? As easily as rolling off a log . Get us four annual subscribers , as per certificates below , send them to us with your own subscription , making FIVE DOLLARS in all . You can not fail to get these four subscribers when they understand that they will each be entitled to whicheverone of these beautiful pictures he or she may select by subscribing with you . Each subscription must be accompanied by one of these certificates in order to secure a picture . N . B . —If you can not take the time or trouble to get these four subscribers , cutoff this column and give it to somebody that will , —or cut out the certificates and give them to your friends , so that they may , ii they please , send their own subscription to the REVIBW with the certificates , and get one of these beautiful and elegant pictures for themselves . t \ 1 \ , I . _ * - ^ : si J I r r ...
MISCELLANEOUS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880
MISCELLANEOUS . THE BURLINGTON SPRING BIRD . Dear little blue bird , Herald of Spring , Swallow tills cough-drop—-Poor little thing ! Warbling so hoarsely . Of April s approach ; Hunting around for a Bronchial troche . Poor little blue bird , Dont you go off ; Tie up your little neck . Doctor that cough . Soon April violets Kissed by the breeze , Will shiver and wince as they List to your sneeze . Dont be discouraged yet , Herald of Spring ; Shake all the Icicles Off frqm your wing . Who knows what wonders Cough-cure may do ? Sing , little blue bird—-At-cheel At-chool —Burlington Hawkeye TEACH CHILDREN TO READ MANUSCRIPT . Suppose our boys and g irls were taught to read manuscript a little ? They are taught to read print , but manuscript is not print , or very like it , and they are left to pick up the power of reading that the best way they can ; they never devote half-an-hour a day for six months to manuscript reading . If they did it would be easier to them all their lives , and ...
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880
I Kelly Steel Barb Wire , i \| IS FREE FROM LITIGATION . W I WEIGHS ONE POUND TO ROD . W A PERFECTLY FIXED BARB . &gt; The Only Barb that Does Not Bust Dull at Point . STOCK PROOF . STORM PROOF . FIRE PROOF . The Kelly Patent Steel Wire is all steel , and covered with rust proof paint ( not coal tar ) Is con « equently the CHEAPEST and SAFEST BARB WIRE to use . Ask your merchant for it ; if he dont keep it , write directly to us for prices . . _ ... _ . __ THORN WIRE HEDGE CO . CHICAGO . NUMBER 27 , for 1880 . Please observe that our Price List , No . 27 , for Spring and Summer 1880 is now ready . It is embellished with over f , 200 illustrations , and contains prices , with descriptions , of over 10 , 000 articles , useful and ornamental , such as Dry Goods , Notions , Clothing , Boots , Shoes , Saddles , Harness , Crockery , Clocks , Watches and Jewelry , Musical Instruments , Groceries , &amp; c , &amp; c , all of which we offer—to the consumer only—at who...
D . M . Richardson ' s Matches [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880
D . M . Richardson s Matches RICHARDSONS Reliable and popular Hatches are again in tbe market . The Parlor Matches have no offensive odor and tbe chemical * do not drop off when Ignited . The Telegraph Matches with white lips do not leave a black mark when ignited aud have very little sulphurous odor . These Matches will stand tbe dampness of any climate and are regarded the cheapest , safest and beat Matches for use in the world . Call for RICHARDSONS MATCHES , manufactured ln Detroit , Mich .
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880
^¦^ iiMBllsipgse . Outwear two of BALL . A 3 D , BRANCH St . CO ., 112 BROAD ST . ( COB . WATBB ) , NEW YOBK , Produce Commission Merchants , DKALHRSIK BUTTER , EGGS , CHEESE , Apples , Beans , Hops , Poultry . Corn , Wool , Beeswax , Honey , Tallow . Lard . Wild Game , Dried Fruits , Potatoes , Cider Vinegar , Furs , Onions , Tobacco , Maple Sugar , etc ., etc . State Line . New York to Glasgow , Belfast , Liverpool , Queeustowu , aud the Continent of EUROPE Sail every Thursday . New Steamers ! Elegant ArCimuiDilalJons ! Lowest prices . Klrst Cabin Saloon , Sti 5 . Round trip tickets . $ 1 0 . Second Uihiii . $ 40 . Return . $ 75 . Steerage , SiB . AUSTIN BALDWIN * Co ., Genl Agents , 164 E . Randolph street , Clucngo . SMALL FRUITS !! PLA . VT 8 tor the million , at vrleea lo ault tbe million . A ¦ uiwrhlt Illustrated book , SCCXJESS WITH SMALL FRUITS , wltb a verjllbeial _ g ^ KJ | B | offer . £ j * Catalogue . em IWo . r Wm flfir Comwall-on-Hudaon , r m r m If IIP Mew York .. ! ...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880
$ 1000 REWARD Vor Any Washing Machine that will Wash Cleaner , quicker , with Leas Labor and Wear and Tear of Clothes than the ROBBINS FAMILY WASHER AND BLEACHER , PATO OCT . 3 , 71 . THE ORIGINAL AXD ONLY PERFECT SELF-OPERATING WASHER IN THE WORLD . No rubbing required . No more yellow clothes nor Inrtl work on washing day . No more rubbing clothes full of hotot . 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 THB BUST IN IHE WOULD , and will wash any thing from a lace curtain to a horse blanket , and can not get out of order . Qood Agents Wanted , both Male and Female , to whom Liberal Inducements are offered . Agrents can make from $ 10 to $ 100 per week . THE ART OF CLEANSING FABRICS THE CAPACITY OF THE WASHER AND lime ; third , solutions of acids . After each process ls yet but imperfectly understood by thousands of „ . BLKACUEK . . „ the roods recelveatliorougii rinsing Inclearwater . ? on . ...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880
MINNESOTA CHIEF . tllllllllMir Iny . _ JUHiBAmmr I ^ Sm wHn iMiKHEMffl ^ fflgag jfgf ll ImpMmW ^^ SHlS The Best Thresher en Wheels . It is not a vibrator , neither Is it an apron machines It Is wonderfully simple In its arrangement . It Is admirably perfect In its threshintr and separating ? inalitles . It saves all the grain , and cleans It ready or market . It runs easily , ls constructed durably , Is finished beautifully , Is the most economical , least expensive , and altogether the most satisfactory machine ln the market . It will handle wet grain as well as dry . In threshing flax and timothy it has no equal , threshing aud cleaning both as well , and nearly as rapidly as wheat , anil requires no change , except the sieves . It lias more square feet of separating and cleaning surface than any other machine made , and can not be overloaded . It ls both over and under blast , at the same time . Our clover hulling attachment ls a new and very desirable feal tiro . It does the bus...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880
Jy ^ aa ^^ jisi ^ j 5 «^ pK ? * I atvu . vu July , 1879 . THE DEERE WALKING CULTIVATOR . * MMLUC E JULI ^ ? Yon will lose time and money ln taking any other . No improvements before made ln Cultlvaors will compare witli It . The Deere Cultivator will do two or three acrea more work per day than any other . The team and plowman can move otT at au ordinary gait , and through crooked rows , without slacklngup or plowing up corn so easily and quickly are the plows , moved In dodging , and does much better work than any other cultivator . As the plows do not have to be lilted out of the ordinary depth of cultivating while dodging crooked hills or rows , so easily are they moved sideways by reason of being sustained ou springs . The success of this Cultivator the first year in the Held compelled most manufacturers to adopt a spring , without knowing the purpose for which they were intended ln many oases , and the consequence Is this Is the only cultivator made that will do the work for wh...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 22 April 1880
« r ri kw M ? H THE ONLY GENUINE NICHOLS , SHEPARD &amp; Co ., tt „ „ ESTABLISHED IN 184 , 8 Y MM WMW ¦ V ¦ MM WW ¦ » AT BATTLE CRIBS , MICH . TlM ^ sliew * - HORSE POWERS , TRACTION ENGINES ** The Most Complete Thresher Factory in the World } PLAIN ENGINES . § § HJHMBmJB ^^ Bi ^^ MBHBSf fcj ^ M 5 ^ By ¦ Ei ^ B B ^ BiyB ^^^^^ BI ^ ffBBiW iii ^ itBr I • Bn !^ illflH 4 B ^ B 8 B ^^^^* Bi ^ B ^^^^^ K ! Steam Power Separators and complete outfits of matchless quality . The finest Traction and Plain Engines ever seen in the American market . A multitude of special features and improvements together with superior qualities in construction and material not dreamed of by the average maker of Threshing Machinery . ^^ B- iJj fiL ^ mammm \&gt; j \ V Y , il r ^ HH ^ i Circulars sent free . Address , NICHOLS , SHEPARD &amp; CO ., Battle ClCek , Mich .