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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 April 1873

I f FARMER. V Tj .AJST A r-TP TriTTT .r TTT. a T .A.3STI3 IF-A-jUEIITST JM Jbl VgPAP!BB FOB .,TKB lEVO-AISTS OF THEE GKRBElXr 3VTOTJlSrT.XISr STATE. VOL. III.--NO. 21. ST. JOIINSBURY, 1T1UDAY, APJRIL 25, 1873. WHOLE NO. 125. RMONTr I'UM.ISIIKI) WKEKI.Y, .srr st. jroHJVsnvnw it., r CUMWINGS & H0SK1HS. rrm.- One eopjr, per annum, fi.HO Ifplditrlettjr la e.dranoe 3.00 Bates, of Advertising. Short tdrerUjemenU, 7 nti per lnoh for Irsi Inter len, Ikofc subsequent Insertion, S3 cents per Ineh. Ne eharre leu thin $1.00. JttitUi ' '(, ftattital, and It lis yolnl, uiUrtcilv lt fttfirinet for Ml ettumn. Tin tlnf of tekat fH tnoir ( flr Man a column of wat you . For the Vihoii Farmer. FARM OHATS, NO. 14. The winter of ftTSPf will long to re uicmbercd as ono of the most aevero within tbo past hundred joars ; with no frost in the ground, and from b'ix inches to six feet of snow for a blanket for over four nionlhs. Not a spot of bare ground havo I seen out sido oi tho warm sido of buildings s...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 April 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AJND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. &AxkA.AL 1 mWn Hs mWW T. II. HOSK1NS, M. Editor. J I ..111 Tkt Hml It ttmtni, firkoft inr tkm any i IkM, uktn (y vkttt tkt work if tkt vtiWikMrutt tntnnttl,itiMdt unit tktmlthtt tkt fruit ttktlr tttl. St Johnibury. Vt., April 25, 1873. CRAB STOOKS 1 notice an articlo in your paper of April 11, headed " The Siberian Grab as a stock for tho apple." I wish for information. Are our native crab sprouts as objectionable to graft into as the Siberian crab? Aro they not tho wild crab (nativo) of our own soil and natural to our country 7 I havo seen the crab growing wild and largo on tho banks of the Thorn Applo and Grand rivers in Mich igan, and I do not think that thoy nor our native crabs sprang from Siberia. I havo engaged a lot of scions (of a fow varieties of the most hardy kinds,) and wish to set them this spring, and have ono hundred native crab sprouts from the seed. Now the ques tion, will it bo best to graft into my c...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 April 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Offloial. LAWS OV TIIR UXITBD STATUS, rlilKD AT TBI SECOND 8E8SI0N OF TUB 41 C0NURE8S. (UENEflAti NATURE NO. 118.) lCmtMtifrmMftti Seo. 178. Tlmt auy person who slitill forgo or counterfoil nny pustnge-stiinip, or nny tump printed upon nny stumped cnvclopo, postal cunt, or nny die, pinto, or eiijrnvlng therefor; nny person who ahull mnlto, or print, or knowingly uso or sell, or Imvo In ptssosiion. with Intent to uso or sell, nny such forged or counterfeited postiigo-stnmp, stamped enrelopc, postal card, dio, plate, or ongrnrlng; nny porson who shall mnko, or knowingly uso or soli, or have In possession with Intent to uso or sell, nny paper bearing tho water-mark of any stamped envelope, poitnl card, or nny friuidulcnt Imllation thorcof; nny person whoshall makn or print, or authorize or procure to bo mado or print ed, nny postage-stamp, stamped onvolopo, or postal card, of tho kind authorized anil pro vided by tho lMt-Ofllco...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 April 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Offlolal. LAWS OF THIS UNITE!) STATES, iuised it TBI SECOND SESSION OF THE 2d CONdllKSS. iqeneiiaIj nature no, tis.i AN ACT la revise, eeriiellelite, ml emend tho itituiM rf. lilies; U the rcsl-Offlce Department, a ""mn IK 11 enacted by the Senate end llonse of Rr;rseoil.tlrM eflhe United Utiles of Atnetrea In Conrrcssj eawmbleeL Tint Ihere thill be cslilllahed, tha mitt Oirmmnt of lha Unltad SUljs cf America, a Depirtment ta be known at tie rost-Omee Department. BEO.8. That the jirlpdMl officers tf lha Post-office De psrlroenl thall be on iWrnuttr Oenersl noil thraa Ai tlalsnt Postmasters General, who ihill ha arpolottd hr tha rreelJejt, by and with lha advice ud eonteot at tha , Sen at vibe nay U rrnwved in lha tana minneri and the terra of office of the I-celmiitel Oenml ihall ba for and daring lha Itrra ef tha rreilelent by whom ha It appointed, and for one month thereafter, nnlna sooner removed, BEC.8. Thai tha rottmittt...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 2 May 1873

'I I VERMONT FARMER. -A.C3-E-IO XJIjTTJ"H-A.Xj FA-MILTZ" FOE THE EXJE-A.3L.ISTS OH? THE GKREEISr MOXTHSTTinST STATE. VOL. III.-NO. 22. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1873. WHOLE NO. 126. l'UB.ISIIKIl VKEKLT," jit st. jroiin-sttvnv, it;, CUHMINGS & 110SKINS. Terra.. On. oopy, per annuo-,, If pilditrletly In adranoe,. ...3.00 Rates of Advertising. Sh.it .iierilmnU, 74 etntf per lnoh fur Brit Int.r Wn, E.ehlati.qaent IniertloD, Mosnli p.r Inch. N chart; hit than $1.00. nxxa$mximut. Jrtlctti that art Mtf, practical, mi It lit j(nf, utttrrcili. fit prtftrenct ftr tMt tilinii. Ttntlnti tf wAal you Anew ft .alftr Man a tournr o Aat y.H .Mil. For tin Vibmo-it Farmer. FARMS;- FARM ERRAND, FARMERS' BOYS. Tho farm is, or should be, a sourco of profit to the farmer. That is a poor farm indeed that docs Jiot pay for g&od cultiva tiou. Two things go badly together, poor farms and poor farmers. A good farmer may mako a poor farm pay, whilo a poor farmer can rarely make any farm pay. That fa...

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

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. r. it. iiosivi.s, ., r.iiiior. Tht llmt ft ctmlng, erfis sooner Man ang'sfixi Hint, uen Ikm oio lie wort ofJs trorMtlairufl lit nell,nni dhidt unto ISfmnriH feutf olktlr loll. St. Johnsbury, Vt., May 2, 1873. NOTES IN THE NURSERY ORCHARD. AND Wo hear from various parts ol the stato sad accounts of damago to young trees in nurseries and orchards, both by tho breaking of limbs from tho heavy snow, and by tho depredations of mice, which seem to havo been unusually numerous, and to havo work cd and wintered woll undor tho heavy coat ing of " poor man's manuro." Mr. Closson, of Thctford, writes us that " cold weather, rnico and snow havo dono much damago. 1 have suffered most from snow. Somo thou Bauds of my trees havo been very badly broken, and many of them, three years old, not only havo their branches stripped off, but bodies in many instances broken." Wo hear also of a nursery in tho south part of tho stato losing 30,000 tree...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 2 May 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Offlolnl. LAWS OF TIIM UNITED STATUS, rut to it tnu,r SKCONl) SESSION OP THtJ 41 (JONOMiSS. (Ukneiiai. Natuiik-No. 133.J ICtncltdti frcn Ittl pita.) SU1-EUVI8IKO IKSi'sXTOiU ON STKAM-yi. skm. For carrying out tlio provisions ortlin net for tlio better protection or tho Ives or passengers on vessels propollcd ill whole or In part ly steam unci of tlio nets nnipndaloiy thereof, tlio following Minis, vir. : For calnrles of steamboat inspectors I Pay ment of salaries of suporvlsing Inspector gen oral, supervising Inspectors, local Inspector, assistant Inspectors, iml clerks, one Imtlilrcil nml sixty-live thousand four hundred dollars. Contingent expenses of steamboat inspec tion service ! Kxpcnsos of Instilments, station ery, meetings of Ixmrd of supervising inspec tors, mileage o( supervising Inspectors, nt one thousand dollars each, and other niiscel hinuous expenses, nlnoty-ono tliovisnnil dol lnrs. To ennblo tlio Secretary of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 2 May 1873

THE VERMONT FAJRMEK: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Offloial. LAWS OP THE UNITED STATUS, rilltO AT TBI SECOND SESSION OF THE 434 CONOIIESS. GENERAL NATURE No. 119. AN ACT to nuthorizo tho nppolntment of deputies of clerks of circuit and district courts. llo itennctnd by tho Somite nnd House of ltcprcscntntlvus of tho United Stales of Amcrfcn In Congress nssetnblod, That ft dep uty or deputies of any clerk of nny court of tho Untied States limy bo appointed by such court upon tho application or tho clerk, and bo removables fit thepleasuro of tho court; and tho compensation of nny such doputy shall bo pnld by tho clerk; ana in caso of tho death of tho clerk, Ids deputy or deputies shall, unless removed by the Judge continue In ofllce and porform tat Jutlos of the clerk, in his name, until bis snccossor bo duly ap pointed nnd qualified; nnd for tho dofaults or misfeasances In ofllco of nny such deputy, whether in tho II fctlmo of tho clerk or after his death, tho clerk, nnd his ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 2 May 1873

VERMONT FARMER-SUPPLEMENT. A Kontuoky gander has fallen in love with a cow. The spring term of the agricultural col lege at Hanover closed on Wednesday, April 0, with examinations. Tho number of stu dents at tho close was twenty-four three in the graduating cIubs, two in tho middle and A circus in an old grave-yard made West Chester, Pa., sad, tho other day. A Wisconsin man was fined 85 for outting off a oat's cars with a jack-knife. It is rather cool in a San Francisco paper . . . , r r nineteen in tho junior class. to adviso a young man to "go West." ... . . . . . Four httlo Ohicago tor Tho koight ot a baby's ambition is to He on its baok and "chaw" its toes. Tho vulgar custom of displaying wedding presents has gono completely out of fashion. Chicago boys had a hanging matinoo in a stable, the other day. Each was suspended in turn and was to yell when ho had got enough, but ono little fellow, am bitious to excel his companions, doferrcd A doctor was shot lately in Iowa, and a yell...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 2 May 1873

" 4 fit f CICO. WOOdS &' CV.S ORGANS aro now acknowledged by nil musicians who have ox nmlnod thorn, to bo far in advanco ofnny othor. Their Combination Solo Stops, iEOLINE, VOX HUMANA AND PIANO, (tho latter being a Piano of oxqulsito quality of tono, which will nover rcqulro tuning,) glvo to thorn a won derful capacity for llcutitil'ul IHitsluiil Kl'l'vcts. whllo thoir oxtraorillnary power, boauty of design and thoroughness of construction aro surprising to nil who aro unacaualntod with tho dogroo of perfection thoso Instruments haVo attained. Mr. II. V. NIIlOllEY, of St. Johnsbury, has so ourod tho agonoy for thorn, and will bo pleased to ex hibit thorn to nil Intorcstod In music. April 3, 1873. FINE CLOTHING ! Now Stylus for tho Men's, Boy's and Youth's Now opening from some of tho best Now York and Bos ton mnuufacturcrs. All in want of nico, Fashionable, Wcll-Jtladc CLOTHING, should call and oxamiuo this stock. E. & T. FAIRBANKS & CO. The Ross Systom of CULTIVATION, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 16 May 1873

VERMONT FARMER. .A. 1ST -A.a-K-IOXJILiTXJK-A.Xj FJlLXXj-r NBWSPAPBB FOB TUS BXJEALISTS OiF THE aBBEN MOXJaSTT-A-IDST STATE. VOL. TTI.--NO. 24. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1873. WHOLE NO. 128. (CSS I'UllUSIir.l) WKF.KI.V, .r srr. .roiMvsitvn ST CUMM1NGS & HOSKIWS. lrnt. 0n copy, per annum IfpaMitrictly In adXnc I 'I'm ..94.no ...,'j.on Kates of Advertising. Sliort Jf ertlMra.nU, 76 conlt per Inch for flrrtlnttr tl.n. Each iutioquentlnmtlon,i.Uenti per Inch. No charge lti than $1.00. ' IfllSjHfff. llahos In tlio wood Dolls. A corn extractor A crow. Tliu controller-general Cupid. A Maiden speech" Ask papa." Woinnn's mission Sulimlssion. A waterspout A teetotal oration. A smart thins A mustard planter. A serious turn Twisting one's neck. The best color for faces Water colors. Matchless misery Having a cigar and nothing to light it with. Tho new dictionary will define delirium tremens as a tight fit. An early spring .lumping out of bed at A o'clock In tho morning. " Yon don't do t...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 16 May 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. T. II. llOWKlJtSMi Im IMItor. Tit llmi li ctnlnf, ftrktft seentr (tan any t IkM, n Ikm seer oi mrlitkallrult (nf until, mi iMit wife Htmnhtl l)irll elf ((. St. JohnalrarY, Vt., May 10, 1873. DEEP PLOWING. Wo sco indications that tho time is near when a common-sense doctrino upon tho question -of depth in plowing can bo broach eJ, without subjecting tho man who dares broach it to exclusion from and tho anathema maranatha of th&T orthodox agricultural sect whereof tho quidnuncs oi tho Now York Farmers' Olub aro tho high priests, and tho New York Trilune is (or was) tho rccognir cd organ. It has been a mercy that tho difficulty of applying this universtl panacea of deep plowing has prevented many farmers from ruining their land by putting it in practice. But so universal and dogmatio has been tho teaching, that to doublo our crops it is only necessary to doublo tho depth to which wo 'run our plows, that thoso who don't prac...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 16 May 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. .whets. Btonlon Market, lUported for llio Vimwoxt FAnaiBii by A. J). HIBBARl), Product) Commission Morclmnt, 31 John Street, Doston W.DJtinir, Hay II. nutter it Clieree. The msiket for Batter hot heen In ileellnlns condition durine the week, and buyers li held olT as muoh na possible. Tin sales or New Yorlc anuvermon. nave un BiiyrBdiov id, but at the close 1 li tlio hlehcat prlco that can bo ob tained for round lots. Weitern lold at 30 IS 33o, but further receipts could not be placed at over 33o for the best. An Increased eupplyef Wt tern Is esnected neit week, and prices are likely to further decline. There li rerr little difference between the quality of Weitorn and Vermont new nutter, and If the former can be bought at I St 20 V ft cheaper It will bo taken In prcf. once. The receipts of Vermont Hutter thli week were poorer than usual, and eeroral rejected tube (old as low at !2So, but wo hear of no round lota of any kind...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 16 May 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER ; AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. omoini. LAWS 01' THK UNITED STATUS, PillBD AT THE SECOND SESSION OF THE 4M CONaRKflS. ADDITIONAL ARTICLE Utttrttntht Vnlttd Steltt of Amenta anil the air man Kmvtrf, Additional Article te Die Convention for the Amelloia Hon of the roiUl Borvlco, concluded, on the Silt October, 1607, between the Pott Departments of the United Htatoi or America, end the North Oerman Union, u well as to the additional Contention of the 723 April, 1870. Ala re full r steamship line between a port or der many and a pert of the United Statu or America can be employed for the traniportatlon or the Uerman American malli at inch a compeneatlon that the entlro coit or traniportatlon between the boundaries or the two conntrlei ihall not exceed one hair illborgroschen ror each single letter Mow therefore, the under-signed duly authorised by tholr reipectlre governments, that li to tay, the government or the united States or Amerloa and the tore rnment o...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 20 June 1873

VERMONT FARMER. .AiaKIV u&3aiaXJLXXJIlkAX4 j&JSTJD :F.A.:MCi:Lf5r NB-WSPAPBR FOB TUB ItXJK,-A.XJISXS OF THE GKEUEJElSr 3VEOXJ3STT-A-I3Sr STATE. v . . . vol. nr.-isro; 29. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, JUNE 20 , 1873. WHOLE NO. 133. PUBLISHED WKKKt.r, ut nr. jromvsjavm; 'CUMMINGS & HOSKINS. VT., Term.. 0d. oopr, pr annua, ,r8 If paid strictly In adTMice, ,...,..,.9. Bates ef JMvtrtiiinff. 8hert tO.rtlsenenti, 76 eenti pr Inch for first lnsr lien. Baeh iuDi.qa.nt Insertion, 55 oenU pr Inoh. CHILDISH TRUST ' Tt.ti Aoil klitktit Iklnftfrom Ikt utit andpruiml and kail rntaltd Iktm unit tahtt." Matt. XI 1 S3, Llttl. birsCoot, robttit lid, tn nut-brown Verier roughly clad, Donny.Tti of brightest bine, ' Willi dimpled cheek of rosy hue., WtltliEt liUfrllier'iiMe, Jill toll to shire with hon.it pride. Quietly b. smiling lUnda, Btr.tchtnie out both Sunburnt hands, Father reaches to lit. ion, The 1 tick! of oak and lays eaoh on. On U1010 arou to ilronc yet imall, That pit th. wood .lots 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. — 20 June 1873

tvwni stem T II IIISKIVS, .11. I). Editor. . T ltm It eamlno. BitVBH S.OIttWAin ASJV Jrit. thiol, wtn ltl wtU Ike irer 7A utrld iktitl rutt in tonntll, and ilxtdt unlo ttmtht lr fruit tlkelr toll. St. Johnibury, Vt., Jnno 20, 1873. SCIENCE AND PRAOTICE MANURING. OF Third Article In our previous articles under this head wo have aimed mainly to chow tho impor tance of the subject, to point out tbo ut tor want of reason in tho general practico of feeding plants, and to slriko tbo koy note of n new departuro in tbo art of fertilizing tho noil. So far, wo liavo dealt mainly with tbo " peienco " of tho subject J wo proposo now to say something of tho " practice," which yot will not be very understandable, except to those who have read and remember tbo drift of tho preceding articles. Our fundamental idea is that tho present system cf manuring is a wasteful ono, be cause wo feed our crops with a heterogeneous mixture of substances, neither adapted nor proportioned according to their actual...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 20 June 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND UAM1LY NEWSPAPER. Host on .iinrlut. Reported for tht Vkhmout Fanysm by 1 A. J). HI Ml AM), rrwluco I'oiriMMon Merchant. 41 John Street. Huston WKPurariAr, Juno K IliilUrnml flier... Tho demand for flutter has not l.en ns good hi last week nnd with a liberal supply prices havo ngaln declined, Iast week sales of New Votk and Vermont choice dalrlei were mado at 37 ne life, but for th. past few days S7e has Inon the toil ptleo fur straight lots, and tho market closes quiet ai GW lire. A largo iwttlon of Iho receipt! were from tho Wost. of an unu'iiallr rood quality, anil while thlt Supply continues Jirico. mil iro im.ij w mio ivfft. tliino finer marks, fully as pood os any from New Y6tk; or Vermont, loin ai-.oc, out tno saics navo ucen prnci ii.tll y nt from 1 0 21o. Tho ClitMo marked continue nulet, tliero not being enough really good Chceso oilcrlng to raakoastlr.i nr. T --. I ....... I V.. it. ...in..1 1IIU Hl'll IDVWIJ V4llMIV MM IIUUIW VIII 1...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 20 June 1873

THE VERMONT EARMEll: AN AGRICULTURAL AND HAMILY NEWSPAPER. A Supplement Accompanies this paper, In which will bo found our usu al amount of reading matter for this page of the iHipcr. OFFICIAL. !, of the Unlttrt Rial.., Paa.cit t th, third Session of the Forty.Secolnl Con. Kll tnENEllAL NATURE XO. 1.) AN ACT ta luthorlM tho eonrtructlon of lirMrm scrwa the Ohio titer, and t prescribe the dimensions of to. nmc, n II enselM by lb Senate and Hons, of ReitrteenlatlrN of tba United State of America In Cowrres. assembled, Thai any persona of corporations, baring; lawful authority therefor, may hereafter erect brlilrr serosa the Ohio rtter, for railroad or ether new, upon compliance with the pro. Tlslone iid rmalrenieiiia of this tel. SEC. t. Thtt ertrj bridge hereafter erected leron the Ohl rlTtr, abor. the month of the Dig Bandy, shall bar, ot leait one span of a height of not ! than ninety feet a bo to loir water, and of not lera than forty feet abor. local highest water, measured to tb...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 27 June 1873

VERMONT FARMER. .asst A.o-niaxjiji'xjB.Xi -A.isr:D iF.A.ivEii'sr ub-wspapbr fob tub rubalists of tub a-n-Bsnsr 3vcoxj3sra:.i3sr state. VOL. III.-NO. 30. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1873. WHOLE NO. 184. fUIILISIIF.U WKKKI.T. CUMMMGS & H0SKIN5. Terom.One copy, par annum 84. SO If pall strictly la ndranet, 3.00 Hfttei of Advertising. Short iTrtlnmti, 76 centt per Inch far urttlrifer tin. Ktoh lubeeqaent Inmtlon, 23 cooti per Inch. UIIKT UMITK'H LAST POEJI. (YnA, 1873.) Which It It not mjr ttjrle To proiluc needleu pain Bjr tUtetnonU that rile Or that eo 'cla tbe train, liut here 'I Captain Jack illll a Urln, and Nye hu no tVtlp on till brain 1 On that Caucailan head There li no crown of hair. It htl (one, It hai fled t And Echo eel " where I" And I aikiV.Iilhls Nation a White MsVt, and It generally thlni on the aqoaret" 8hewu known In the camp At " Nje'l other equaw," And folki of that stamp llei no right In the Law, Hut It treacheroua, tlnfal and illmjr, ai Nye ml lit her' wel...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 27 June 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER, V, II. HO.NK1N8, Ms Dm ISiUlor. Tkt Imi fs etmlnf, ftkapt fcntr tkan any cf in Mint, whin Hi tcktit tie treri tftt forld thall mis in Conner?, nnd fi(df tmfo l,mll(i,t tkt fruit cfliir Ml. St. Johnsbury, Vt, Judo 27, 1873. NOTES IN THE ORCHARD NURSERY. AND Tho winter of 1872-78 will long bo re membered for its intenso and long continued BOToritjr of cold. In northern Vermont tho thermometer in many places ranged a num ber of times in tho neighborhood of 40 be low zero and thpro were but very few days for four months wken it wasaboyJ tho freez ing point, oven for a part of tho day. The resistance, therefore, oi fruit trees to long continued and intonsc dry cold was well test ed, and those who havo orchards would do others a eervico by putting on record tho of foots of such a winter ujion tho different va rieties. Wo proposo briefly to sketch our own observations of eomo forty or fitly vane tics, mostly apples, in our grounds....

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