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Title: The Illinois main railroad business provides on the market over 1,500,000 acres chosen farming and timber lands, in tracts of forty miles and up, to accommodate customers, on lengthy credits and also at reasonable rates of interest, situated for each side of their railroad, extending right from the severe north to the south for the condition of Illinois
Year: 1857 (1850s)
Writers: Illinois Central Railroad Company
Subjects: Railroad land funds
Publisher: Chicago, Illinois central train road workplace
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation
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They’re thoroughly and inexpensively raised regarding prairies,for the eastern markets, and pay for big profit. FENCING. A plentiful availability of lumber, or timber for building orfencing, can be easily procured; although Osage Orange planthas already been thoroughly introduced, and is quickly supplanting allother types of fencing. Staying at once much more perma-nent and protected than any other, and extremely decorative, it mustsoon be universally employed. It can be raised by agreement at 23 from fifty to seventy-five dollars per pole, events making a busi-ness of planning the ground, setting out the plants, and culti-vating and trimming all of them until a perfect hedge is produced forthe settler. With this, 1 / 3rd associated with the contract cash is paidupon the aiming of the plants, and also the stability whenever thefence is finished, without interest. Farmers preferring toraise plants from seed, or procure them from nurseries,tending the hedge by themselves, can procure their fence moreeconomically than by contracting.
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-JSP- REAPING AND THRESHING WITH MACHINERY BY CONTRACT. Enjoying devices are almost altogether utilized on West.They expense 0 to 0. they cut fourteen acres of wheatper day. Agreements for reaping are produced at 62J- cents per acre.The contractor furnishes a driver, raker, and ponies; the farmerfinds binders and shockers. Threshing devices will thresh 300 bushels each day. It isgenerally contracted is done at 4 to 5 cents per bushel, thecontractor decorating four ponies and three arms, the farmerfour much more horses and five even more arms, making in every eight hands,viz., one motorist, one feeder, one measurer, one to pitch sheaves,one to cut rings, and three to take away straw. 24 FUEL.-WOOD, COAL. Great myth exists at East in regard to fuel, thewant that just isn’t a matter of trouble to our farmers.Wood is delivered at the programs over the distinct the road atfrom to per cord. In central and southern portionsof their state, its afforded in some places as
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Title: The South US trip : a descriptive guide
12 Months: 1916 (1910s)
Authors: Peck, Annie S. (Annie Smith), 1850-1935
Subjects: South America — explanation and travel
Publisher: New York : G. H. Doran
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
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of Credit Cable Transfers Bills of Exchange R M S P. and P S N C. to all or any elements of south usa The Royal Mail Steam Packet Co. Established 1839 The Pacific Steam Navigation Co. Estahlislicd 1840 SANDERSON & SON General AgentsNEW YORK CHICAGO 26 Broadway 230 Southern Los Angeles Salic St. Or any Steamship Ticket Agent PANAMA RAILROADCOMPANY PANAMA RAILROADSTEAMSHIP LINE Through Freight and Pass-enger Service by Steamers ofAmerican Registry between New YorkCanal ZoneColonPanama Connecting with Steamersfor Pacific Ocean harbors of Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, Salvador, Guatemala and Mexico The Steamships Advance, Allianca, Colon and Panama sail every Thursday, at 3 p.m., from Pier 67, North River,foot of West 27th Street, N. Y. The Steamships A neon and Cristobal sail fortnightly at 3 p.m., from Pier 42, North River, footof Morton Street, N. Y. For Sailing listings, prices of Freight or passageway and furtherparticulars apply to GENERAL OFFICE24 STATE STREET NYC
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South America The directing star of vacation is j)f)intin^tourists on numerous interesting^ fea-tures and gorgeous views of SouthAmerica. An alluring field for thosewho seek pleasure, wellness, or busi-ness possibility. Lamport &Holt Line preserve frc(juent sailings of palatial12,500 great deal steamers designed especial-ly for vacation when you look at the tropics betweenBahia, Rio de Janeiro, Santos, Mon-tevideo, Barbados and Buenos Aires. Sailing times, prices and literary works on request LAMPORT & HOLT, Ltd. 42 Broadway New York Crrv or any tourists company LLOYDBRAZILEIRO (Brazilian S.S. Line) Regular sailings of neutral traveler andfreight vessels from ny to portsin Brazil. Contained in the brand new York-Brazil serviceare the twin-screw traveler steamersSao Paulo^ Rio de Janeiro and MinasGeraes, Passengers booked for Para, Per-nambuco, Bahia and Rio de Janeiro. Alloutside rooms. Furthermore a typical solution of freightsteamers for center and southern portsin Brazil. , , Out-of-town deliveries consign
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