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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - January 29, 1880, Albert Lea, Minnesota Established in 1857.Albert Lea Minnesota. Thursday january 29, 1880. Business directory. Attorneys. J ii. Parker attorney at Law office Comer of Broadway and College streets near the court House Albert Lea. Minn. In Allery bros., proprietors of City Dray line and dealers in Bard and soft Coal Wood ice. Ste. Office at j. W. Smith s store. \ Alula r Tvr it he it pm i free from weeds. Or. Wiley had 223 Gal Amis Bill v Aati Jitu h Jiyo. Ion8 of Gyrn to the acre from new Timber j. D. Brown. D. K. P. Hibbs. Prog ii Ess of tue be in in distr in mix Yesota. 13. Jobman Blackmer lawyer. Land for Sale. Albert Lea a Minnesota. Moxness attorney at Law Cor. Clark amp Broadway Albert Lea mini h. D. Mom amp co., i3ajstk of Albert Lea land Clearing and had Only had to put in seven or eight Days to kill out the fire weeds j from the to to 12 acres. He took a new i Clearing for his Cane each year to save labor j space of the openings through the tire . In fighting weeds. Evaporating pans. Col. Coleman said the secret of Best Possi j the matter of cleaning the pans was Hie results was in keeping the Cane ground by it no and tace process of taking free of weeds. On this account or. Day hefty favored planting the same ground to Cane a a the sea is. J year after year and with others testified that a throned ram div. When a or. Miller recommended wide Arches. Seth n. Kenney sugar 1,1 a a pounds a or. Dickenson said a half Sheet of no. Good marketable article. One Sample of 22 Iron makes none too Large a Fine Dyr washed in centrifugal. Or. Farmer said the stack should have s. F. Wyman. Waseca aural Good color space of Ono half to two thirds the aggregate fan Quality rather acid. F a a a Yre it Furman Long Lake color fair Quality very acid syrup Good from the or. Paul daily Globe Jan the Minnesota Cane growers association met yesterday Forenoon in one of the Halls of the Market House at Minneapolis and or. C. F. Miller of Dundas read an essay i on sugar machinery and apparatus for the farm. These topics were further discussed by Gen. Be due the United states commis us oui m 1h1 �?zwiw1___. Sooner of agriculture Hon. Seth l. Kenney i Aud a laity of the yup. He advocated thick i rating pan designed by Joel Stubbs of his president of the association lion. Jared planting even though the stalks Are Small in town Medina claiming that one Man could president sequence. Or. Ward told of a yield of of Thum. Bavin much less labor i a 150 Gallons of syrup to the acre without any after planting. Or. The Booc Elesive drop pm to Cane does not in i dash of water causes the lure Tho soil. Indeed the thorough Cultivar break was explained or. Kenney stated i lion appears to improve the soil. Or. Dyer i that he applied the flame by using a Long i of Hastings Hail used plaster on Amber i Fork to hold burning Straw under the p�11 Cane ground Aud it improved the Quantity i or. Wiley recommended highly an a vapor a a 11 m it. _ m la a #1 / i a i i Iii i 4 la lot does a general ii Obert m. Palmer exhibition it banking business. I re Quot lawyer. Office Over Hedenstad a store Albert Lea Minn we Haye for Sale e a o. Is Acx attorney at Law and collecting agent office on Clark St Albert Lea Minn Yueh amp Whytock improved City a Rupert if and farm. To. Mcmillen Benson or. Miller and others. During the recess and before the opening of the afternoon session the exhibition of Amber Cane products of hundreds of visitors. Prominent in me exhibition by reason of its Quantity but also worthy of attention by reason of its banality was the sugar exhibit from or. Kenney s sugar works at Morristown. He had on exhibition five barrels of dry raw sugar with samples i showing the varying results of differing i conditions of production the five barrels cultivation whatever Kenney told of 200 Gallons to the acre being produced on Upland knolls where wheat Woald not grow. Or. Wiley told of a neigh Bor of his having sowed four acres broadcast with Cane used which grew larger stalks and yielded 450 Gallons of syrup to the acre a or. Ward exhibited a fair article of Meladi from Cane raised on Hazel Brush land. L-0 Square rods of which yielded 2.0 Gallons of syrup. A difference of opinion was develop de As to the advisability of pulling or cutting the suckers. Col. Coleman thought it a. Was a it was said. From the Large tank into Wou in to except when labor was cheap. Which most of his syrup of this year was it gnat an j unanimous conclusion was a j jut thud that Early Amber Cane should be has removed the of t attorneys at Law opera Block two deers North of h. D. Brown a Bank Elbert Lea Minn. I. A Lovely t of Ely a Morgan d. F. Morgan. Tveith increase .1 facilities for doing j roi>o6es to give business he office Over wedge a Albert Lea Mina. Lawyers. Spicer a drug store physicians. A. Nelson m. In physician and surgeon. Hartland Minn. Lea Trenkler d homeopathic physician amp surgeon Albert Lea Minn. Office next door East of the National Hoe on Clark St w. , Mil e. W. Mccord m. I o Mith pc Mccord to physicians and surgeons ail Calli attended to by night or Day. In City or country. Vilice at Sib it ii amp Mccord s uru a Tore one door North of the Post office Albert Lea Minn. Kyj m. Dodge m. D. Physician and surgeon. Better satisfaction than Ever before. Cash paid Fok hides Tallo it alb Ertle a ins., collection and real estate Agency. I buy and sell real estate on commission. Collections made in this and adjoining coun a ties at reasonable rates. Taxes paid for nonresidents. Abstracts furnished. Sell steamship tickets to and from Europe on several first Clit s lines. Foreign Exchange bought and sold on ail principal european cities. I represent the following reliable and time irks insurance companies Continental of new York. American of Philadelphia. Milwaukee mechanics of Milwaukee. German Freeport 111. Correspondence solicited. H o. Haukness agent meat City Market first door Lam Street. West of r. N. Parke store w Albert Lea. Minn Tite old and favorite dentists. Or. A. H. Street. Dentist. Office Over trick store South of the Post office w. C. Merrill dentist. Office Over wedge amp Spicer a drug 6tore. Be door North of Palmer s store where May t found a full and Complete Stock of Aai kinds of jute Atic which will be sold As cheap As the cheapest the patronage of the Public is respectfully solicited. Every class of meat fish and poultry in in its season. A 6. Brundin Cash raid for hides tallow to. W. P. Sergeant run. The cry utilization in Beautiful and nearly uniform and this sugar would command in any Market the highest Price of raw sugars. There was one Sample of eccentric results in a few pounds of dry hard Fine grained and nearly White sugar but the Large grained Amber coloured sugar which filled me barrels wan most convincing of All. It Cam plated the proof if anything were lacking that the Amber Cane is a True sugar Cane. The numerous other exhibitors too Many to be named though showing Only Small samples made up an interesting and instructive exhibit. I Here were syrups of All degrees of Debity. From Light to heavy and from transparent Bright coloured to opaque j and almost Black while Mush or Granulating syrup was shown from that depositing j a Small percentage of sugar to samples i which appeared to be nearly All sugar. The dry sugar samples were also i numerous and Moat of them very Fine in appearance and taste. A part of or. Kenney s sugar and several samples from other exhibitors were noticed in which the raw or vegetable taste was remarkably slight. The exhibitions represent several Points in Northwest Wisconsin and nearly All parts o Central and Southern Minnesota Laken in connection with the Large attendance of Cane growers and the Groat interest manifested. They show that sugar Cane growing is already an important matter among the Farmers of the Northwest. In the afternoon session the first subject of discussion was the rotation of seed the general testimony being in favor of exchanging seed every two or Throe years with growers of about the latitude of St. I oui. Those who gave their experiences were a. J. Whitney of Dodge Center. Ditus Day of h Armington. James Wiley of Long Lake and messes. Kenney and Miller. Or. Whiting with Amber Cane seed grown in Missouri and or. Day with seed grown in Kansas alongside of Cane from third and fourth years seed of Minnesota had noticed a i Large difference in the size of Tbs Cane and 0 i cd Hul. Yield of syrup in favor of the Southern ? de Quot while the time of maturing was Only a few Days in favor of the Minnesota seed. Or. Day advised planting a part Minnesota seed. Thoroughly cultivated the name a com. The Home to oct Cane. Or. Kenney said if he had a urge crop. He would begin to Cut when the seed was in the dough and get through any too soon. He had noticed that the syrup of the j he asked should Farmers Early Cut Cane has the greatest tendency to when they can get a Good would attend two of them having much of skimming than on other pans. Or. Miller described a plan he has adopted of saving labor in skimming with a look evaporator. He cuts Down the sides inserts on the Side where he leaves the most Cooling surface a narrow Beard inclining inward and on the other Side sets in an eight Inch Board flaring out. From boiling hardest on Melada this Side the scum is lodged on the Board flaring out and is easily removed. He deprecated the use of pans which formed eddies or retained a part of the Semi syrup to be lolled again with that following it because they made the syrup Darker. Or. Leyan who uses common Sheet Iron pans said the secret of Good syrup is cooking All alike. He carefully cleaned his pans Between each Batch. Or. Dickenson who uses the Acme pan. Confirmed or. Wiley s recommendation of the Stubbs pan. He considered or. Miller s device improving the Cook evaporator to ii better than the original invention. Bat Why pay for a pan Une for $ to. I form into sugar. In this latitude he say begin to Cut about the lit of september when the up it or part of the seed head a j pears filled out and is beginning to change j color when on squeezing the seeds a Little milk would come from some of them messes. Whiting. Dyer and others agreed with him. Or. Nash. Of Hudson had a gun cutting when the Cane was barely headed out. The syrup was dark but granulated nicely. When the seeds Are just in milk the syrup will make very Fine sugar but the Cane most be worked immediately not later than Twenty four hours after cutting. There was some difference of opinion As to the noes site of stripping off the leaves but the majority opinion was in favor of stripping. It was mentioned that the seed beads if a Lowed to go through the Mill Discolour the syrup and prevent granulation. Or. Lari of Cedar Mills urged for Many reasons the use of Strung Mills which will Uke ail the juice from both Cane and Leaf when he thought there would be no harm in leaving the leaves on the stalks and incidentally gave an interesting account of his work for the indians of White Earth where Good syrup was produced from late planted Little cultivated and immature Cane. Transporting the it Ane. Or. Hampton and others preferred to bundle the Cane tying at both end. Or. Wiley did not bundle but preferred to haul the care Loose in a dump cart. Or. Kenney explained Bis plan of cutting piling stripping Topping and bundling Cane. Incidental to this discussion it came out that the i Mill men last season charged fifteen to Twenty cents a gallon for grinding Aud boiling and or Wiley advised that no ode should grow Cane who does not raise enough to pay for having own Mill and evaporators. A gain in Saccharine percentage of juice was spoken of As resulting from allowing the Cane to Lay with the leaves on until the leaves in Money and stocks. Pet a ii All kinds of m Oney to loan on real estate Security. Approved notes a. A mortgages bought. Apply to a. In Street. Office Over Blick store South of Post office. Eat Solis la a m Oney to loan. A. Tyrer has a Large amount of Money to loan at a Low rate of interest. Opera House Block Albert Lea. _ Ai Ispell an you s. Sit i 11 fees la tit Sash doors and bail Diny material. A s. Hopkins architect Aud builder. Albert Lea Minn. William and Newton Yard on Broadway Norih of Hall s livery stable shop on the it Ruer streets. Jwj Tob work properly attended to. Ilni6 Branchi Yards so As to have a longer season of cutting and Are halted but it was suggested that the per grinding. Or. Wiley who claimed to have cent age test was not conclusive because helped cultivate the first Amber Cane in min the re Quot was probably a loss of juice by Capo Nesotas from seed brought from Indiana noticed a falling off in syrup in three y ars from 300 Gallons an acre to 12&Quot Gallons while in 187 his yield was brought up to 273 Gallons an acre by using fresh seed from Indiana. The seed from this resulted in 179 in Only 223 Gallons an acre the considered the season a favourable one. Or. Kenney thought the first and second year s seed produced in Minnesota Good enough. Another grower whose name was not Given succeeded in demonstrating a probability that the dec ase in Cane and syrup yield from Minnesota seed results from carelessness in selecting seed the earliest Ripe generally from poorest stalk growth being preferred because of its color. But the finally i first Olvett that Early am Ber can seed grown in the latitude of by. Louis is the Best eed j for planting in Minnesota fur two years. The question of soil and condition of soil. Best adapted to Cane growing was irregularly discussed. Or. Day Aud others related results where Cane was grown on heavily manured fresh manured or naturally very Rich soil showing that there was a larger i percentage Aud More obstinate admixture of a Saccharine substances in the juice because of the too Rich soil. The general opinion 1 was expressed in the adoption of the follow i ing Resolution resolved that the Best soil on which to Plant the Amber Cane is Good Sandy Loam Well fertilized and drained but freshly manured. When to Plant was next discussed by messes. Kenney Jared Benson of Anoka w. A. Sampson of Excelsior or. Wood of River Falls wig o f. Nelson dealer in ready made and custom made boots and shoes. I is ii e. A. Wicks at. J. Monsen at. Ration. Cost of cultivation. Or. U. J. Wilcox of River Falls submitted by letter his estimate of Cost per acre As follows blowing $1.50 harrowing Etc. It it seed 50c planting 50c hoeing , 5 2� cultivating three times $1.50 stripping and tapping cutting and tying to Quot interest on land $2.50 hauling to tot. To is 2 mile. $5.00 total. $18.75. Sugar of two tears ago. Or. Kenney asked or. Jolly of the i Ari balt refinery to state the a Ugar Quality o 12 barrels of Melada from his t Kenney s it crop of 1h77, when his Cane was piled -7 Days before working. Or. Jolly stated that he Quot could Only give an approximate estimate. He should say there was not less Thau 45 per cent. Of sugar. I he residue would by us cry stall Zible sugar but a merchants it article of syrup. Calling the syrup barrel 50 Gallons and the weight of the syrup 11 j j pounds to the gallon the sugar would Lee 247 a it pounds to the barrel. Further discussion. As to the care of Cane after cutting elicited an agreement that it was Best to pile it on i rails or boards to admit the air under it. The Butts should not be exposed to the in. In grinding it was concluded Best to Ruu the Mill so As to crush about fifteen feet of Cane per minute. Faster there would be a loss of juice carried along by the motion with the bagasse. I tie Cane should be fed in Batts first to prevent clogging. It should be fed straight so As to keep an even Strain on the rollers. An adjournment was then had to 7 30 p. M., at association Hall when commissioner my. Bel her s letter. A letter to the association from George c. W. Belcher of St. Luuis sugar chemist was read. Or. Belcher expresses himself very cautiously regarding the tests of Northern canes urging that they Are not Complete and reliable and his letter would be regarded As like a wet Blanket on the enthusiastic fire of those he addressed were it not that he qualifies his scientific caution by expressing in general terms his personal confide Noe in the future of the Northern Cane Industry. Letters. It. At the owning of the afternoon session the committee on patents reported verbally against the association taking any action on the conflicting claims of patentees and manufacturers. A Resolution was parsed rec it minding to Cane growers Oleu ians m. H a a. Of St. Louis. D. W. Britton of Green Bay. With Sample of cooperage sent a letter recommending Wood for Simp barrels with red Oak for Staves. His prices by car lets Are $1.40 for 50 gallon i Arr a and 5c for 25-gallon barrels. A. D. Brindle of Durand. Wis. Reported that Amber Cane v held in his Vicinity was from too to 240 Gallons of syrup to the acre and that the syrup is readily a old for consumption in Tiv Village. Consolidation. On motion of j. T. Grimes president of the state horticultural society. It a voted that a committee be appointed to Confer with the horticultural society with a View to procuring legislative action authorizing the Union of the two associations and the printing of the proceedings of the Cane growers j meetings by the state a the horticultural society s proceedings Are now printed. Ditus let a. John Nash and Samuel Nash were a j pointed the committee. Officers elected. The for the in then elected As follows h. Kenney vice presi j Dent Dit i Day Secretary and treasurer. I Wyman Elliot executive committee George h. Fish of Sank Center we. H. Wood of River Falls George Hampton of Hastings lame a. Bull of Minneapolis and d. I. Dickenson of Jordan. Committee of topics for next meeting John Nash of Hudson it. F. Miller and g. W. Farmer. Reports on exhibits. The committee on exhibits reported upon samples of Melada syrup sugar and vinegar As follows or. Wood of River Falls. Wis syrup defecated with in tall an i Sal soda. Medium color Quality Good. O. K. Earl syrup worked with a me medium color dense and medium the officers of Suin year w re president Seth. J. W. Groat Anoka Melada medium. One Samp a of drained sugar fair. J. A. Bull Richfield defecated syrup of Good Quality. Mrs. Green of Gak Grove drained sugar fair Quality. . from White Eart Lieser vation graded fair. Clinton Bozarth Clinton Falls la drained sugar very Fine. C. F. Miller Dan Das sugar Lively Brown. C. T. Graves Long i Ake syrup made from Cane which Laid in six weeks fair Quality. There were other samples perhaps Wor thy of note for special reasons but of which the committee had no information. Re Post of products. The following individual report of acreage and products were read. We. H. Wood r Iver Falls wis., cultivated twelve acres syrup 2.200 Gallons average per acre la it Gallons or 2,470 in its. A. Lari of Meeker county made Sirop for j the chippewas of White Earth. Cannot Tell the number of acres. Patches fro in a Rod Square to an acre were numerous t rom the Best Patch i examined which i thought about equivalent to half an acre of Good Cane i made about eighty Gallons of Nice syrup. This was Best matured of any of their Cane. I made about 1.000 Gallons on a Cook evaporator no. 7. G. H. Fish Sauk Centre made Coo Gallons of syrup. Cane was planted late season a was wet and Cane not matured j c. Carwell Jordan planted sixty rods Cane. Made of Gallons of g. W. Farmer Spring Valley estimates his product at 155 Gallons of syrup per acre. J. Hic Shaw. Cedar Mills from five acres of Cane worked Green made 550 Gallons of syrup. We. Rutherford Stillwater worked seven acres made Gallons of syrup. L. D. Mills Garden City five acres Coo Gallons. A. J. Whiting made 1,5�> Gallons of syrup averaging Ico Gallons to the acre. S. H. Kenney. M Aristo a made .400 Gallons of syrup. From this have 3,0<0 pounds of sugar. Worked 4,15d Gallons for other people. From twelve acres of Cane which was Cut one month and four Days before grinding made 1,450 Gallons of syrup. Custom Cane yielded Loo to a it . Clinton Bozarth Cedar Falls Iowa worked fifty acres made a Jim Gallons of syrup. The Cane was not thick enough on the ground was badly blown Down and did not average As g xxi As it should if a Good stand. It. H. A. Jackson Blooming seven a Crest average a a Lei j u0 Gallons. C. F. Miller. Dundas. Highest yield 320 Gallons per acre lowest yield sixty eight Gallons. D. D. Dickens n. Scott co int -. Estimated product of one , ii 4 Gallons. Parker and Howe Plymouth. Made for themselves and neighbors Gallons. A. F. Wyman. Waseca. I rom 240 rods had 24 j Gallons. Made 4 1 Gallons tor Otto Era. Estimate that there were some 14,000 Gallons made in Waseca county. John Nash. Hudson. Estimate for St. Croix county wis., a 0 gailor.-. W. H. In Van Excelsior. Made about a Gallons for self Aud neighbors. J Arnee Wiley Long Lake twelve acres 2.-oo Gallons. . Graves ame town. Fifteen acres 3,200 Gallons. Estimated product in Medina 50,000 gallon. A Breezy discussion. Daring the Forenoon or. Mullen of Wab amp Sha had a Ltd whether the cant grow ought net to encourage the establish without being Able to else now asked or. Wii Hehn of the Faribault refiner what Woald be paid by syrup. The doctor Worth to his Stabli men. A it to Quot Claud they would pay r syrup to gallon according to its Quality. Some one remarked that the boilers charge 15 to 25c a gallon for boiling and wanted to know we Money would Lee in syrup Lor the it wer. Or. Kenney said be had n Era meat of Start the refiner my sect. Home out Faribault re to refiners for a oud the cart num Buu 5. Kenney that he had raised the proportion of sugar stated. Or. Kenney said he would speak soon. Or. Abernethy did not like to have the impression go out that Farmers Leuid not make sugar. Another. Or. Kenney said he had been offered i Oca Pound for his sugar. Coffee a Standard sugar Sells Here for io1 and granulated soar for to a. Or. Kenney s is a raw sugar co name racially not equal to the Brown sugars which sell Here at 8 to i or. Wilhelm said that if or. Kenney could have reduced his syrup without Carmel timing he would have made doable the amount of sugar. Or. Abernethy volunteered his testimony from having seen or. Kenney at work that he did not cart his syrup. I or. Kenney was confident he would make too barrels of sugar next year. He explained that the hot weather a effect last fall upon the Cane juice stopped Suar making. Next year he intended to get six pounds of sugar to the gallon from his entire crop. But we must have refineries. All Farmers will not make sugar. I have been Twenty years at it. It requires As much skill As to run a Good farm. I Aee. An unrecognized member wanted to know j if or. Kenney s sugar was Worth As much As granulated sugar. In response a cake wa3 passed and it was explained that it was made by a Rule for Brown sugar using the same Quantity of the Kenney sugar. Everybody acknowledged that it was a Well made cake Well sweetened but it was also claimed that equally As Good cake could be made and is made with crude Amber syrup for sweetening there being no difference As to the sugar taste or flavor. Mill rollers. Or. Be Van read a paper Sav ing that syrup from juice pressed out by wooden rollers was lighter than from juice pressed out by Iron rollers. He recommended covering the Iron with hot beeswax to fill its pores and prevent rust. Or. Whiting suggested that the lighter color was because in the wooden milk the Cane is not pressed so hardly As to take out the colouring matter. Or. Muzzy of Leroy said hard Maple rollers would be just the thing if they did not decay so fast at the Center. Filtering 11 Etc. Or Dickenson urged that cleanliness and keeping the pans from fouling is the Way to make Light syrup. He filters through a wire 1 screen and afterwards through Muslin which he considered better than Hay or Straw. He washed his Muslin screen at least once a Day. Or. Kenney explained his plan of screening in a receiving vat by a coarse wire screen set slanting so As to give four or five feet of surface. The settling tank does the rest and he uses no Strainer except that his Semi syrup runs into a pail discharging near the i top so that heavy matters stay in the pail j a also explained the double bag for straining which he had not used yet. C. Schwaetz s tests. A letter from c. Schwartz of Edwards i Ville ii was read. Or. Schwarty gives his experience last fall with Amer Cane As follows Polar scope tests of juice when seed was forming and some in milk -1 per sent. Sugar. I to weeks later when 1 some of the seeds were hard 12 t per cent. Then he began testing. In stove tests boiled at i Quot decrees did not set. At 234 a degrees it became almost solid in 24 hours but was too Gummy. Then he began work in his sugar House. Syrup boiled to 22 degrees finishing in batches of it or to gallon 2 inches deep by rapid boiling to 22 degrees. Whf a he moderated the heat by Btu ring. Tests syrup finished at 234 to 231 degrees when cooled to 10 degrees granulated rapidly and was almost Flolid hours. Filiti bed at 23j degree ii Cam Wou and i be Utho is. In three in Grana at 228 de centrifugal r cent Fine it it work done to order satisfaction guaranteed Broadway. 1st door North of i Limano a. Give him a can before purchasing elsewhere. A. H. Squier. Tile old City Dray line pm tart is wishing lamber will do Well to Call at the most convenient of my Yard As my facilities for handling it Are unsurpassed and my assortment always Complete. I am ready to give Barmie w. P. Sergeant. Or. Levan of Excelsior or Kennedy of Minnesota City or. Wiley Jacob Kirsch be Doc is to deliver an address. Long Lake g. W. Farmer of Spring Valley or. Miller and Clinton , of Clinton Falls Iowa. The general opinion appeared to be in favor of planting quite As Early As the ground is warmed and incidental to the discussion the manner of preparing the ground and planting was talked of. Or. Wood told of repeated instances in his sex from the St. Paul daily Globe j in 24. At the morning session of the Cane growers association yesterday held in the City Council chamber of Minneapolis or. Earl of Meeker county speaking of Pau Flavoured. N. Ii. Log Yap Excelsior syrup Good Quality. Light color made in common open pan. Sugar Good color slightly acid. Casper Eberdt syrup. I. Light color thin very acid. 2. Light color More dense somewhat acid. 3. Light color dense very acid. 4. , very a d. G. S. Gilbert. Tomah we. Syrup quite acid fair color. D. D. Dickenson. Jordan syrup Light. Very thin quite acid. No. 7. Defected Simp with excess of Lime quite acid. No. 8. Syrup fair color Good body slightly acid. 0. A vinegar from Amber Cane syrup excellent Quality. No. Iut syrup from Illinois dark color i Good flavor free from acid. W. H. H. Jackson Melada very acid fair i . Revering Wayzata syrup Good color quite acid. E. A. Thompson Melada very Light color very acid syrup Good color acid. No. 15�?sirup very Light quite acid rather thin. C. E. Mac Kiuber Maple Plain syrup Granulating Light color acid. Sugar the a boiled a Coal d not by 9 Don As he a d land for Rai sing co re to a r my at id boil i for than 2. In a a amp rites. Or. Co no. In in ii a net ter to have p Henty of Cai in to Down at 10c. A cheap w ii i Basin Woald and re the Cane not said r Only a did t for Les said he i than Latten took one to two Green it took two to six results at 23i degree or sugar Siruno too dark but w Well with fresh he density a toot for open pan work. At 233 to 234 a z too High for open Pac. 40 per cent is at 232 degrees gave the. Best results tin Only �5 per cent granulated. Ii it inn stand haying less gut l ft�8 is pm a Alii a ing. Or. Sch dear defecation an excess of lits or. Schmarl Drill. Or. Her feral Here. Set Rosa it at degree j be min with a Illin 3 to Devil with a id centred or. Her the. Nodi me plea and by of i i boil new Lim s3 deals in hard and soft Coal Wood of kinds and Blacksmith Coal. Yard near s. Depot. Wood sawed and delivered. Slate at Hewitt a. Farmers Trade solicited. Rpm City Bank Quot n f Bays Ami Sells foreign Aud Domestic drafts. But Sells passage tickets to and fir m trope. A Uraik a felted in the Best Coni fire draft Prience where Volunteer Cane the seed of j said that the application of heat where the which had lain in the ground All Winter was Jaice enters the pan is a most important Darj. But far Quai qty. Largely in Advance of planted Cane Early Agell of purification. No. 20�?sirup rather i or. F Armer of Fillmore said he had found that few masons understand the building of a fire Arch. Or. Wymans experience made i him of 4via a weather has set it was said that Cane m the next season. Frosted would recover and grow like Corn. Others thought there would be no advantage his name was mild. In plan incr before the ground is warm a in tile grammar department of one of a growing weather has set in. A 33 Earl advised Fiat the wort Hauula be our Public schools a few Days since f Kirech would Plant on fresh slowed ground i an at it embankment a least the teacher alter talking with her class but most of the others favored fail blowing thorough harrowing in the Spring and. Sex or during a wet spell Points of f go attire panics. Low interest House and to Lea. House and to lot 6y21 Rod lo4 acres of y to loan on improved farm at d Lias for Sale on easy terms t in Block 23, Village of Albert in Parker a addition. In Hall addition land in Hayward tree it ii linty. 60 acres of land in most of Freeborn Cunt 80 acres of land in Dunbar Faribault count Tio acres of land Iii Worth county. Iowa. G. Gulbrandson Albert is a. On the subject of mythology read to them As follows a Vulcan Smith architect and Chariot Budder for the gods of mount Olympus built their houses constructed their furniture a Etc. The following Day the subject of the preceding Day was Given As a language lesson and As no mention was made 01planted Vulcan the teacher asked Tho class i no and who built the houses for the gods on mount Olympus for a while the col. Coleman of St. Louis epitomized his children seem lost in profound thought advice in the expression. A cultivate As you when suddenly a gleam of intelligence do Corn a or. Crampton of Hastings bad illumined the face of one Little girl and she replied a i can to think of his first name but Bis last name is Smith a a Boston i transcript. I cent on Clayey soils that the Cane Hills should be pressed Down with the foot or rolled. Or. Bozart had sex Peri mentally tested and compared fail and Spring blowing with results two to one in Favory of fall blowing. The conclusion was i As follows in is ii cd. That the Amber clue should be As Early As it is possible to work the properly avoiding late Frost. How to cultivate. Ten feet High placing the Cane Mill on top and the works below and so planning the arrangement As to have the month of the Arch or Furnace face the prevailing winds of the boiling month september which he believed were generally Southwest. With goo dry Wood properly constructed Arch and sufficient i stack there would be a Good draft. Or. Dickenson of Jordon recommended High smoke stacks considering Twenty feet none too High with dampers inserted. He used split and seasoned Basswood and pop Lar preferring Light Wood Vecuna he wanted a Blaze. Or. Whitney in his fifteen feet Arch used two feet Wood split Basswood i or. Kenney by diagram showed How be 148 Gallons of syrup from half an acre of i Cane. He planted shallow Hoed out the _ _ Early weeds and cultivated with a shovel produced More perfect combustion by in plow until the plants began to head after lagging the flue of his Arch in two places which he let them alone they being entirely j from four inches to twelve and ten Inch company Simp rather dark. Somewhat acid Good body no. 21�?sirup fair color sugar at Bot i Tom somewhat acid. J. La. Clough Simp medium color quite acid. Cd h. Fish Sauk Centre syrup very poor and dark color. G. W. Farmer Spring Valley syrup fair color Good Quality defecated with Lime. N. H. Judkins Brooklyn 8irup, fair color very acid. John Wright Washington county one Sample of syrup fair color but very acid. Another from damaged Cane very dark color poor Quality. Ii. S. Denison three samples of rap one Sample from second crop fair Quality. N. A Euice Champlin syrup fair color fair Quality. John m. Nash Hudson. Wis., defecated Simp cold it a and Quality fair i Ive samples of sugar Good to exc Lient for Brown sugars. Mr7 Montgomery syrup color and Quality i medium. G. B. Felson Waverly syrup Good Quality Light color very Little acid. Melada Good Grain medium flavor. Wiley said t party Furter hog the word to to. A Bor scant from i fir ii Ani Grin i for 12�?T. Cents a gallon of Sirop. Col. Coleman said there would soon Lea score of refineries and that those which paid the most would get the syrup. He urged that it requires head work and a Good de i of expert skill to make sugar. Of Farmers go into this business to make sugar a Good Many of them will get their fingers burned. He recommended them to make Semi syrup i or Sirop and to establish local unions on the i Creamery plan. They had got to use the vacuum pan. Lha product must be a commercial article. Or. Be Van resented or. Wilhelm s having spoken of the syrups exhibited As containing a Saccharine matters by saying that he detected some foreign matter in the refinery Simp. Or. Wilhelm was pleased to mid an expert whose unaided Eye detected what coaids not be discovered by chemical analysis. A Wilofer. Or. Abernethy repaid Complin Mota paid by or. Kenney to the crude printing House with which he is connected by defending crude sugar works. He had i ted the Faribault refinery and he had be u to or. Ken Ney s sugar House. I be re Autry had not Imide a Pound of sugar. But or. A not a from one acre of Cane had male 1,200 i pounds of sugar Worth it and 113 Gallons j of syrup Worth $33. At or. Wilhelm s Oiler j of 25� a gallon for crude rap. He would not Over $5j from the Are of Jared Benson wanted to know about Amber cant a. A. Or. Leyan had railed in trying to m Ike it of Reen scam but had made Good vinegar with the rinsing of his evaporating pans using soft water. Air. A biting bad made eight a ret of Good Vine Gar from the White scum. He filled the barrels full Bung up left them under a shed but expos a to the Sun and filled up the barrels As the fermentation worked Over. Col. Coleman said that in his Section the scum was saved and fed to the hogs when fattening them for killing. It made Rood pork. Evening session. The question whether refining is essential was decided by a vote that it is to remove the sorghum taste from the sugar. Or. Miller after planting for two or three years would procure new seed from the South. In selecting seed he would take the Topmost and pick plump berries. The next meeting is to be held at minnea a Polis the third thursday in january next. The subjects for discussion next year Are cot of raising Cane la est machinery and profits. After an informal mixed discussion of i various topics All considered before the association adjourned till next Yea. Tilden s tax. Have made Cane. Did the refinery make any Sag r or. Wilhelm we di1 rot undertake to make it. But if you Don t like Utlz refinery Why not sell your syrup to or. Ken Ney or Why does a sed his syrup to the refinery but let s have facts. You can make syrup from the Cane at 10c. A Gal iou. We propose to have you do that with proper apparatus. Or. Clipman of Kenney a sugar is not a in he was not an e expert i Learned what sugar is. Hot Kenney s product to be a raw Eligar equivalent to i crude sugar for refinery w 1 Wilhelm s opinion. The doctor said it was i refining. Bat he wanted the i tax again Tilro Utehs tip by government counsel. New York Jan. 23.�?some Mouths ago the filed a Bill of discovery in the Case of the unite propounding qui during years pm a a. Sam be i j. As to Tilden d in the com g wind r w j that or. Get article grocer had a traced or. Third class est indies ii aaa Iii Orde a Gator in tied to a. Guv Blatch a r tsp Thi t 5�, 11 Miti d or. Not peal Mot states circuit pc Tilden t once irrcsp4 Post. I by co Down for a hat Nesh of this apr to incl i v. A claiming to supreme run i Dav distr so the t ,1 s Ald Ordo it Art. Hide i at i it bad i att r to Tilden income plaint. To the against inter judge b Coart f a answer a it Hor an a gov. Tilden a sixty Days have a has not yet filed is not necessary re decided the a Orney Woodford in the United i farther order to Eom of the interrogatories at Appeal which was of he other tide. Case set %

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