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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 14 March 1873

VERMONT FARMER. .AJN- AGRIOULTUBAL .A-OSm PAMILT NEWSPAPBR FOR TKB RtTRALISTS OIF TUHCE CKREEIIXr MOXTHSTTUST STATE. VOL. III.-NO. 15. V rum.tsiiF.t wkf.kw, tT st. joiuvsiiuiii; rr., nr CUMMINGS&HOSKINS. Trma.Oae oopjr, ptr aonum 8'J.SO UptlJ itrlotly In advance 4.00 Bates of Advertising. Short advertisements, 7k c.ntt per Inch for Irsttnser Hon. Eaeh eahaequent insertion, 23 cents par Inch. N. ehari leas than 11.00. . Favorable rates for extensive and yearly advertisers taajr be had upon application to the publishers. poem Jilod tt a Public McetiRy- of iSt Pttronl of Itntoandry in flitter, h Nf. Dr. C, I.. Frtnch. Rhymes ara cheap and words are plenty, Time, though precious u the gold! Hay not alt "to coined In specie Whop, par ralua mar ba told So, aJ we hare met together, And time ha been eo well Improved With good speaking and addressee W raiy now hart lighter food. tearing arguments and logic, riuoh strong food may do for men, Follow now. the Idle fancies Of a woaMjujUWl pe...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 14 March 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. T. II. IIOSK1NS. .11, II., t'.tlllor. Tkf tlm it ecrninf, fttkapt seeair tktn any think, ekm (A fir tchtit r wttk ttkt tetrldikalltntt in r.efiei, ami dlvHr imfe tkmulvti lk fmll tkt(t Ml. St. Johnibury, Vt., March 14, 1873. HON. SIMON BROWN. The death of tho venerable editor or the New England Farmer will be felt as a per sonal grief iu thousands ol the homej of Ver mont, as well as in all the country round. Ho has gono to his reward full of years and honors. Ilis useful life was spent In all good words and works, and his record is one our readers. 1'rof. Scclv, of Mlddlebury, asked what In answer to questions, Mr. 0. said he the change of butter by orcrworklng, inak used the Linintroth hive. Considered that log It salry, consisted In. It was answered the Kidder hire would be Injurious. Had that the butter properly worked presented a tried straw hives, but they do not easily ad- grain which was extinguished by working mit of...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 14 March 1873

TTTTC VERMONT FARMER: AN" AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. omoial. LAWS OF TIIK UK IT ED STATUS, P1MD AT THK HRCOSDBEWIONOy TUB Ud CllHUnKSS. lilKNElUt. tUTUnB NO. l. AN ACT making appropriation, for the current and I COnt lllTent eipeili" n,w ni'"" ... iiuiibji ui ovivuuiivr fciintivtii, i-iiiuueii iiuuinru iiivj. Mid for fulfl .Inj trual Hlpn alluni wltli vnrlnu f0ur, and third artiole treaty of May aerenth, eluht lmllitn trl lur the year ondlnif June thlity, vni liuinlmt and ilxty-four. threo thouMnd Bra hund flclitoen hundred and mcnty-three, and for other roldullara. . , . I. ...ii. . . t I.h r a. a n. ... I ...I.. t,tm IIUriHmca. Itn It enacted hy the Senate ami llouao of Itepreien. tatlroa of the Unltwl Mulo of America In Cjniicrni Mn .iel. That tin folunlnic rami l, and they are liereny, aiiprnprlatl. out or any in may In tin treau. ry not i.therwle approprluloil. tor the purK-a nf pay. lit the current nndaintliijn.nl oxpenei of the Indian (leptrtntii'. ami rul.ll,lnx trea...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 14 March 1873

Jfttcratarc. MY CHILD-LOVK. How we played among the meadow., My child. lore and I, Chasing summer gleams and shadow., My cMlMo and 1 1 Wandering In the bower)' len", Making ruee-tlped daisy chain., Storing lair treasure trove, Tender clieitnuta from the gru.e, Juicy berrlei, sweet and red, Violet In their leafy 11, Peeping 'ntath the old oak tree, All fur my child-lore and tne, llow we sped the hours together, My child-lore and I, In the bine unaLuded weather, My child-lore and I ! Two gold-heads ah, one li irray, One la pillowed cold In day i Two bright race ne li grare, One hlil-where pale the willows warei Two laugha I wot my smile, are few, lh angels sport m mortal! do, Or aa we did In da) gone by, We, my tweet child-lore and t ! VWiat Infant lnyiterlea we had, My child-tore and 1 1 What little thlngi could make us glad, My child-lore and 1 What fair caatlea did we build, Krery room ao gaily Riled With un and flowers erer new 1 1 ao brare ami she ao true, Kndleea pleasures, liti...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 28 March 1873

4 VERMONT FARMER. -A-IlSr A.C3-S.IOXJXiTXJIt-A.Xj -AJST.D JbJWLULTZ- NEWSPAPER FOB ,iTHB RUBALISTS OP THE O-KBEN aOXJ3STTA.I3Sr STATE. VOL. IEI.-NO. 17. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1878. WHOLE NO. 121. PUnt.tSIIF.n M'HKKLV, utt r. jroii.vsuujix', rr., Br CUMM1HGS A H0SK1HS. Ttiniimgi oopy, per annum ,..S't.SO If palJitrlotlr In advanoe ...,'J.OO Rates of Advertising1. abort adrerUiementi, 76 oenti par Inch for int Inter Ilea. htataeqnenttiuertlon, Uoenuperlnoh. N llul li than 11.00. NEW KNGliAND. (IN OLD aoxa.) I. When oar father, of yore llore In light of the thore, And the lallori vera heard to tine " land i" From the cabin to hampered, On tek they all Hampered To take the Arit peep or New England The rooka and the Iillli of New England The rough, rugged ihoroa ol New England. Being pleatid with tho rlow, Ther directly hore too And scampered aahore In New England. if" ms1&-" i" With abundance of toll They tore"upthe"'eoU, And they eooa hada beautiful green land. They.plan...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 28 March 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. tho samo buttrr-bowl, aud carefully weighed. Tho scales usi- i were IIowoV platform scales, nearly new and In good order, but would not indicate a difference of less than one-fourth of a pound, and by them there' was no differ etc Indicted iti the weight of the two batches : each weighed precisely 12 lbs. be fore the si.lt w added. Tho diflcn.uci iu the weight of tho cream la easily uccountcd for, thero having been an evaporation from tho pans amounting to five pounds in weight moro than from tho pails, caused by the greater extent ofsurfaco exposed. It will be seen that this experiment was conducted under the most favorable circum stances for the success of the shallow setting. The result will bo diflorcnt whenever the temperature of the room rises much above or falls much below 00, and is relied upon to temper tho milk in the pans, while tho milk iu the puiw is tempered rightly by artificial means. It will rcndily bo seen t...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 28 March 1873

i THE VERMONT FARM Eli: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. llnrhct Ilotton .llnrhit. Heported for th Vinno.it Par", by A. D. JMtJIAlU), rrmluon Commission Merchant. 'II John Street. Boston WnntMDiT. Mar. 13, loiter ami I'liee.e. Tho Ilutter market Iim been rather nulet the past mrcodaya, and prices are ahout mi saino as last week. Fine fall nutter ha become very noarce and will roadily euintnand mir highest flu ires, say 3 St Wo In round lots ami a hluher range fur 3.1 Ht Sic, lint receivers expect very little more or that kind thin season. No Western nfconscquer.ee. haa keen received and prices are almost nominal, For Choose thero con:liiue to ho n moderate demand from the trade at previous, prices. Holden who were looking for an advance nro a little disappointed, anil It now look at If prices will remain about where they aro until the new crop l available. The raloa of Rood to choice factory have been at 10 IW 170 V lb. We quote New York and Vermont cholco lactory lot IH 170, c...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 28 March 1873

TKthxixtmt. TIIR PinST POCKET. TThtt li tbli trsm.ndou noli., What can b th. mattrt WMlle'i coming up th. lUIn With unusual clatter. Now he bursts Into th room, Noisy a a rocket "Auntie, I m fir years old And Pre got a pocket I" Ky.i as round and bright ai lUn Cheeks Ilka applet (lowing IWatt that thli new treasure Mil Quit to oreriowlng. "Jack may har hit squeaking boats Kat may hare ber locket i 1 'te tot lomethlng better yet I have got a pocket I" All too rreih the Joy to make Emptiness a aorrow i Little hand ti plump enough To All It till to-morrow. And, ere many dayt were o'er, Strangest thlngsdld stock Iti Nothing erer came amlat To this wonderoni packet. leather, marhles, blta of string, Lloorlce-atlcki and candy. Stones, a ball, his pennies tool It was a)wayi handy. And, when Willie sung In bed. Should you chance to knock It, Sundry treasures rattle out From thli crowded pocket. Sometimes Johnny's borrowed knife Found a place within It i lie forgot that he had said "I want I...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 4 April 1873

FAT ) I 1 ? 1 ) V1V1J2JJLV. JA.3ST A.a-K.iaxjLTXJDR.A.ij .A-axrib fjlmcxxtz" newspaper pob tkcb buralists op tkcb GKejSEisr isALOTj-jsrrrjxisT state. VOL. III. -NO. 18. ST. JOIINSBURY, FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1878. WHOLE NO. 122. VERMONT I'l lll.lSIIHII WKKKI.Y, ,r flfT. .roii.YSiiunr, it., I1T CUMMINGS & H0SK1NS. Term". One oopjr, per annum S'J.30 If paid tlrieUr In advance M.OU Rates of Advertising. Short idtertlMintnta, 7b cenU per Inch for llritlnstr turn. Each suhsequent Insertion, '.Uctntsperlnoh. N. lurg. less than $1.00. IIP. AST AM) MAN AUK UltOTIIKUS. Little one, come to mjr knee I Hark how the rain Is pouring Urer the roof. In the pitch black night, And the wind In the wood a marine '. Hush, mj darling, anTllsten, Then pay for the story with kisses Father was lost In the itch black night, In just such a nliiht it this Is! High up on tho lonely mountains, Where the wild men watched and waited, Wolves In the forret, and Wart In the hush, And t on my path belated. The rain and ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 4 April 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER, T. IIOMKINH, M, D. Editor, Tht tint li coming, pirktpt ittnir than any m ((fit, tea ulid (Ac leer oli uerM staff mil n council, and dirldi nl lAsmiclin (t rml eIAiir ((, St. Johmbury, Vt., April 4, 1873. A REVIVAL. Tho paat winter has certainly been a sea sod oF unujual activity among tho farmeis throughout tlio country, and man; (acta thow that agriculturists as a class aro everywhere coining to tho Iront with a marked disposi tion to participate iu tho general progress of tho age to a degreo not herctoforo Been, or perhaps ui peeled. It has been often noted that great popular nioTcmcuU teem, in a mysterious way, to break out and bo rapidly propagated over a wido extent of territory, and even in countries remote from each other, with no apparent consentaneity, but by a sort of general up rising, as though moved by some vast, unseen, spiritual force. And such would appear to be tho character of this which wo feel dis posed to...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 4 April 1873

THE VERMONT FARMED: A ; AG TOUijTUR V FAMILY NEWSPAPER. lilnvhctss. Ilotlon .llarkrt. Wu.aniT, April 2. lOur regular report fr Mr. Hlbbard falling to corao to hand thlt week, we make up oar notion market! Irom the Ronton Jour na.J Iliitler iiml hee.r.-The ' ' "" ' Leon Hi full Ptleca, wttli good domand. and cnoloe quality la rerf eoarco. Tlie mica have been at M (JtlOo lor rood and cliolca New Vork end Vermont llrlei, and selected lott at t m 41 i common ami meulum irradei range from 3Jo, ai lo quality. Home amall lots of new havo boon received anl eold alio a 4Jc. In Qulncey market saloa of Heat packages of lump but tor lidiso. second era le, so ra toe i best tub huttcr, M ?'!'' ttaw. .,.,, Cheese lasteady and firm, with aalet at lo IW 170 for Itooil fa' t"ry, ana W IGa fur common and good del- ''V'lnur Hiit drain. There It no Improrrmtnt In the demand for flour, and prleot remain without change. The trade aro purchasing only In imail lota an wantoit, and we quote Western superllno...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 4 April 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. JCttcraturc. HONOR BRIGHT. utoreuco atm i,ou urn love losiay tu weir naMslAf'1iild bVin Wftfl ailftti A nlrtA ftnrt nf I .1 rather liked ttmt. One bright afternoon thoy had played, fiunrrGivu, iuiu niauo u,i ugaiu, umu mtfjr had no amusement to fait back upon. "Ohlll'Oissy Gay would only como," sighed Liu. " I nevor would touoh hor hair onco." Poor Lou lovod curls, and her own hair wus straight as an Indian's, "Let's scud for her and Bobby Urice, too, ....... i . i n l u lei nun ocut my uruin. " Oh 1 it's too far ; they'd never get hero till it's tiuio to go home. I'll tell you," and Lou Uaped high. "There's tho Irishers coming to bog apples ; wo'll give 'em to 'em if thoy'll stay and play." Away they ran to incut the new-comers, throo boys an J two girls, all tattered and torn, with bare feet and ragged sun-bonnets. Flor enz shouted : " Hello 1 we'll give 'em to you! Grand mother won't care. I'll fill your pockots." uV...i,l...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 11 April 1873

FAI1MER. -A.3ST A.C3-R,iaXTLTXJE?A.XJ .AJNTID FJJsAlXXTST NEWSPAPER POE TUB 3RXJP.A.XjISTS OIF TUB GKREEHXT iVtOUKTI?! STATE. VOL. III.--NO. 19. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRtDAY, APRIL 11,. 1873. WHOLE NO. 123. VERMONT I'lllUSIIKII WKKKI.Y, .it st. .roit.vsitvnv, it., iir CUMM!NGS&HOSKINS. Tirii.--Ono oopjr, par annum, 8'J.10 If pnl.l itrlctly In advance 'i.00 Rates of Advertising. (Short adrertlsouienti, 71 centi per Inch fur urttliuer Hon. Each lubaoquent Insertion, ai cenU per Inch. N. charge less than $1.00. Jrtlrln that art hrttf, friuliral, ani la Ikt faint, ulllrtrriir Ikt rrtfirtntt or IMi t.lumn. TtH Unit of what vom AitOM' i httttr than a roiiMH of what jou gnttt. Pur the Vermoxt Faioich. HARD GROUND FOR CORN. Is hard ground the beat for corn? As far as my experience gocfo it A number of times amco f lia vV lar mcuTfT lia , vEPlf ail occasion to plow up Some road across the farm where it was trod so hard that it could haidly bo plowed three inches deep, and would always get the b...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 11 April 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AISD FAMILY NEWSPAPER. T. II. IIOSKIKS, M. I)., I Ml I or. Tkt ((ml is coming, ptrkapt Htntt than any 0 hi lkM,uktn tken ctto tkt mork clki world tkaltmtt in council, and dtitde unit themselves the fruit of their till. St. Johnsbury, Vt., April 11, 1873. THE SIBERIAN CRAB AS A STOCK FOR THE APPLE. . This is a subject wbich has been discussed before in tho columns of tho Farmer ; but as it is ono of great practical importance to tho fruit-growers of the state,, owing to tho largo quantities of crab-graftod trees now offered for sale, and as our readers have been greatly increased in number siqco anything has been said about it by us, we recur to it again. Dcforo going into tho merits of the case, wo wish to disclaim any wish to attack per. sonally thoso who bclioro in and use the Si berian stock for grafting. Wo recognizo this as ono of tho questions upon which men may honestly disagree; but at tho samo time, if our views aro right, the uso of the ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 11 April 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL ,)s 1 AMILY NEWSPAPER. llnnlon Market He ported fur tho Vinuo.it Parueii hr A, D. It I Ml AM), t'roduce Uointnl.slon Merchant, 31 John Street, noston WthXKanar, April . Unites- nml Cheese. The Duller market rul ed nulet fur the went of desirable Hock and prlcceare unchanged, For prime new thero la nn ectlre demand, end lots as they come In tell readily at 40 8 45o f lb. Fine falfhae become very ecarco, hardly enouili offering- to make a price, "straight New York and Vermont dairies, Inolndinit rood to choice, range Tram 30 m 30e, ami thla covers the balk of the rales. The supply of common huttcr la amaller than usual, nnd prices con tlnue to rule at from 19 itr !c V It, Tho Cheese market liaa not changed materially alnce our lait, with a moderate demand from the trade at 10 ft 10 for line factory. We notice aalri of common to lair ranting from It 9 160 V lb, The advance In cold and a better export demand In New York Imparts a tinner tono, Kloiir m...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 11 April 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: iterate. A HIGHLAND STORY. Thcro was an old man, Malcom Cameron, who had a email "croft" on the banks of a Highland loch. Ho had an only sou, a thoughtless daring, powerful young fellow, who was given to fighting, poaching, smug gling, and all kinds of things which required strength and courago, and which fed his lovo for oxcitmcnt. Ills father, with a weakness such as David had for Absalom, clung to htm tho raoro tho moro ho was spoken against ; for, liko Absalom, Allistcr was very handeomo, and unliko him, had a passionato attachment to his father and mother. Neith er of them could bcliovo that their son Allistcr was tho sort of man ho was judged to bo by tho wholo country sido. Allistcr becamo involved in somo love affair, and it so happened that his rival, who oxcellcd him in riches, and alas! in character also, was found murdered, but not robbed, on a lonely moor. Such grave suspicious wcro excited against Allistcr that a warrant lor his apprehension was Iss...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 18 April 1873

FARMER. r A.G-K.IOXJLXXJBA.Ij -A-ISTID FJTsATXTSr WEWSPAPER POE TUB RTJK,A.XiISTS OIP THE OTTISTT-A-IISr STATE. VOIi. III.-NO. 20. ST. JOIINSBU11Y, FRIDAY, AXHIL 18, 1873. WHOBE NO. 124. VERMONT fl'ltl.lSIIEI) VKV.K1.Y, .IT ST. JrOMt.XSUVKf, VT BY CUMMINGS&H0SK1NS. To rut v. 0a oopy, pir annum S'i.SO It pall strictly In adranc 'J.OO Bates of Advertising. Short d wlli.mtntf , Ti cent p.f Inch for flnt Ini.f lon. Each subsoiuent Insertion, 43 cents rr Inch. K. chars less than 11.00. PcH'SpatlcrM. Kietd exurclso Plowing. j A stock-In trade Hosiery. To gain time Steal i watch. Truo to the last The shoemaker. A first-class policy Keep out of debt. A lazy cook Onu tbat fritter nwiiy licr time. " Koiimritlo death A ongvlaHy"rtrownert In teais. If you havo taper fingers, mind you don't burn them. '' One's first business In writing Is to say what one has to say. Tho pinnacle of a man's greatness Is the height of his own character. Political parties, like Italics, are steered by their tai...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 18 April 1873

'l'. li. huskies, .tl. Jl.t iMltor. Tkf tlmt it tamlnf, ftrkept miir Han amy tit Mini, spit rat trerlofat warU thtll nil in fntll,aniilUt unit Iktmttlvv tkt fruit oflktlr tall, 8t Johnibnry, Vt., April 18, 1873. THEORY AND EXPERIENCE IN POTATO GROWING. When wo first Wan to niako the potato a principal crop, wo wore firm In tho belief that wo Inow tho causes of tho potato rot and could prevent it. Wo don't think wo can prevent it now, and we will givo our reasons, becauso we know that a good many intelligent farmers hold tho same beliefs en the subject that wo onco did. Thcso may bo summed up as follows : 1st. That the potato plant was enfeebled by a long courso ol propagation from tho tubers, without renewal from seed, or from the wild plant. 2d. That a deficiency oi the elements of plant food, and especially of potash in the soil, was another enfeebling cause. 3d. That nitrogenous and fermentable mauures caused the rot, and that tho use of mineral fertilizers would prevent it. Taki...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 18 April 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. llotlon .ifuruet. tWpotted for tlio Vlm-osr r'Antmi iv At J). U MB Alt J), I'rndtico Commission Merchant, til John Btrcot, Huston Wkiiimdiy, Arll It. Hitltcritinl t'lire.e. Tho stock or llultcron the market In considerably reduced, anil transaction! ore restricted i.n account or Hie imall tiipply or lelrnbla grades. Tho islet Include lots of from 10 lo aj pack uiot choice now Vormont ami New Yotk at 403 450 V lb.nndail thogoyd lot of new arriving are ciyokly disposed of at thlt range, A lew round lota or line old told at ,n m 40j V lb, Cut thcro I now very Ilttio old oil the markit good enough to command ovorllCo. The sales of common to good havo been principally at from ao 60 noo V lt, No now western hai boon recelvod. and lot of prime would readily command 40 43e t lb. At the closo we notice an Increaied demand, and round lotior cither now or old readily bring ouriulatloni. We quote New York and Vermont choice new at 10 60...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 18 April 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Sfftcrotuw. DENNIE'S LESSON. lJcnnle sat upon tho ience, while tho baby toddled nlioul the pardon at nor own sweet I will. Ho had a book In his tioekot a vcrv lni.rfl.tln. hook, hut ho cmildn'i ro,l It JL iuM ho was " tttklnrf cure of Jennie." III. it. I ; i ii i ti i . I mutuui iiuu kuuu iu uvsvuu, bvuiiicu iu . . . . . . I havinr for tho babv." Well, there could bo no harm In just look- tntr at ino pictures ai any rate, so ue iook the book from his pocket, and very soon had entirely forgotten lua email charge. She 1 Hut. t i l !, ..1 1 ir was a nappy I HO inuy, nu cujoyuu ucreeu in her own baby way, pull ng the flowers, choice and csmmon, then toadung upon Ucr two,weo tcet, or creeping upon an tours, just as suited her fanoy. (Jnco sho found herself nt tho cate. which was wido open. Khould sho CO Out into the great world and RCt lost 7 No, Jennie thought she wouldn't, though she recoived numerous invitations from tho pass- ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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