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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 November 1871

iniir itn II iti --w .... 11! IIOYAI. CVMMIX'CS. Priilelor. T. II. IIOSICIXs, 31. U., Eilltor. j NEWPORT, SATUltDAY, i0V. 25, 1871. voi,. i. no. r.i. tiiin, 91.00 ier Aiiiiiiiii. 35 er m o n i a r m tx rum.isiiKi) r.VKiur satukday AT NEWPORT, OKLKAXS COl'XTY. VT. ROYAL CUMMINGS, PROPRIETOR, T. H. HOSKINS, M . D., EDITOR TKU5IS : Onc ilollar n.r imimin, p.iynMe In n.lvaiicc. All pajH:r:f illdcontlnueil whtrn the tfine pald for expfres. AilwrtlwinenUlnwrtnl fur 50 cMilwr lncli, flntinscrtlon, 25 centi kt lncli, cach auleuent liuertlon. Twclvc llnni of thil lto tyiH! niake an lncli. !EJ" Wlien a llue criws li nuile acainst tlilt iiratrali it denotet that tlie aubcriitlun splre Ihr ttext terrk. We shall lw ple.iitM to have It rcnewretl, and Kive thu mucli no tlce In I'nkrlhat tlio suh:rllKr utoI not mat any niiuiln-n. UIIIDS, IX TIIKIH HKI.ATIOX TO AOIIICUI.TUUK. II)' Geo. II. Perklni, Ph. I)., Profeimor of Zoolugy, Ilolnny hiiiI Vcology, In tlic L'lilvcinlty of Vermont. lWml Iteforc tl...

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 November 1871

402 hut most froin various othcr sotirecs. A Mr. Torvcllot, living in Modford, Mnss., lias been cxpcrinionting for sevoriil yoars upon sonio of tho Aracriean silk wornis, cspo cially upon ono species. For tliu propcr trontinont of tho wornis nnd mnths ho has :i largo traot of land cnolosed and covorctl with nctting iienoatli whicn tho wornis tood. .Mr. lorvoi quantitios of eartli, grnvcl nnd water wcro takon. If inan were to oat ns iiiueli propor tionally ho would consiinio in twcnty-ibiir hours ovor soventy pounds of eloar boof, and drink tivt or slx gnllous of wator. Whon thu bird had roaohed its full si.o its requiro nionts renehed to about eightecn dwls. of clear nicat, or douhlc tliat aniount of Int statos lliat tho various hirds of tho reirinn wornis. tho lattor not beilnr vorv eoiicentrat destroycd about ninoty-fivo por cont. oftliu.su od food, and it continucd to tako this aniount wornis, and that tho Hobins and Uat hirds ! up to tho timo tho nrticlo was presentcd. wcro far ...

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 November 1871

VERMONT FARMER. 403 ttsccllnnc0us. now to ickkp cim:u. Cidor. in ordor to koop puro iiiid porfoct, must not bo ini'ddltid witli. Jlnko lato iu tho scason what is to bo ki'pt, nml koop out doors. Whcn tliu woathorgots iuito cold nml wintcr sots in, covor withsomo mntorinl that will provont sovcrc frcozing. Wc got this from tlio practicoofonoofourncighbors, who nhvnys tronts his cidor in this wuy. Soniotinios ho tiit'roly gots his liarrol 011 tho gronnd uiiil lots it snow undor, lint usually puts it in siu outhuildiug or outsido plutfiirni, eovoring with nnoldcnrpotorblankot. In-ilc tho liarrol for mii inch or moro ii thiok crisp froat will form, loaving tliu cidor iinprovod, ns it is tliu wator that froozos, and tliu con goalod sm'rotiudiiigs will koop tliu cidor from forinonting. Ditriug wintor it is u.od, nml in tho spring is oxcollont. Mr. Hiiwn, tliu noighbor spokuii of, is known for his uidcr. This cidur is kopt porfcctly, rctains its body, and if not niado lato, whon iiuito col...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 November 1871

404: LBTTElt KIIOM lOWA. wliich tulls tlio wholo story. Cctlur Jlitpids, loira, Xov. I, 1871. To thc Fditor of thc Vermont Ftirmcr: You wishod 1110 to givo you ii list of tho dillerunt vnriutios of applus which aro tlio most hardy iiml produco thu bust in lowa. I will givo tho nuines of somo of tho applus that wero exhibitod ut our Stato Fair huld at Codar Itapids, Sopt. 11. Xamcs in niany instaiious boing arbitrary, Vurniontuis may know thu sanio .varicty by a dill'uretit nnnio. Tliuro wuro on oxhihition Fall Fippins, very largo; ltnmbo, a niodiuiu sizud, totnlur aml juiey npplu, said to produco largcly ; Tallinan Swcut, lowa Kussot, Scallopud Gillillowur, vury largo; White 1'ippin, largu; Puarmain, Wnxen Spice, Dulmont, Duchuss of Oldun burgh, largo round, rcd strenked applo; Ycllow Bulltlowur, a vury largu, rieh, yullow applu; also Whito Uullllowur, sitnilar to tlio Ycllow ; Northern Spy, a large, lino ilavored applu which kucps wull. All of tlio ahovo vnrioties thrivu woll in lo...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 November 1871

VERMONT FARMER. 405 (Scncnil $tcms. TliH Chiuago papors say that tho warmost syiupathy exprossod for that eity was liy a Connecticut wotimti wlio eontributod two strings ol red pep))ers. A victiin of (irooloy's lmndwriting, snys: "If Iluracc liml writtcn that incriptiou on tlm wtill in llnhylon, Ilolshir.zar would havo buen u good ih'til nioru scnrod thnu lie was." lluuting is liue umucmcnt: tliero is :i thrilling cxcitcmciit nbout hcnrding tlie wild ehipniuuk in his nutive fouco eorner tlmt is only oiunled by tlnit wlien tho forooiotis woodchuek is brought to hay. An unnphitic:tted Norwegian in northcrn Iov:i put ii pound of powder in his eoat-tail poekot, and nfter taking n hoarty sinnke put Iiis pipo on top oftlio powder. It didn't kill liim. but his pants liad to bu niended. C. N. Canipbull, an onterprising printer of Hlooiniugtnn. III., has just bcon nrrostcd nt tliat place,' nnd it is found tliat hu has bur- glarizcd every business houso in tlie plnee and firod a uumhcruf hous...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 November 1871

406 V BRM ONT F A K M E R . fabics' gcpiirtnwnt. AVIIAT IIAS HKCO.Mi: OK AM. I.ITTI.K GIUI..SI TIIK Wo look in vain intn tnuny ploasant honios; oi- inio tlio stroots, curs, orstoamers for what was oneo u eominon sight, and wus lln'ii, and evor inust bu, tho sweotost objoet in na t.iro, a Minpk', urtloss little girl, with all the pivtty, unalleetctt ways aiiil inauiii'i'.s of tinsophistieuteil ehildhood, fresli und hoaiiti fnl, about her. Tliuro is no laek of siuull bo ings, drossud insiieh a marvoloiis stylu tliat Danvin himself would hu pttxzlcd lo inako out thu elass to wliioli thuy bolong; lmt wo lind nothing to riiiniml ns of thu littlu girlsj vo usud to know, uithur in dre.sor muuuors. In foriuer times a pretty iniiidiii boniiot, or a siiiiploelosu-litting uottagustraw, wasthuught tlio uiost uppropriatu uovering for a little houd protuutiug tlio bright uyus froni too in tenso light, aiul sliiulding thu rosy eheoks froni thu sun's too fervid kisses. llut now wo see something, pl...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 November 1871

VE RMON T PARMER. 407 Woul.l nTtflly Infonn tlie cltlzetn of Newport nml vlcln Ity tlul lie I prcparnl t furiiii-li nll klml 'f BOOTS ANIJ SHOES ftt low nirures, made Iti the BEST AND LATEST STYLES, atul i.f tlie lery WH ftock. A we cniploy tlic lvt of hclp, we feel connilcnt tlint wc can rult nll wlth nuythlni.' ilcalri'l. All whonre In wnnt iifiiii)tlilii! lu nur Hn wlll ilu wcll tn ):le ui n cull. We keepnll klml of Ladies' and Chtldrcn's Jioots and Slmcs, electl wltli c;iri' nml wltli n vle w to iret atul kcep Iraile, wc c.xwt tn contlnue lii the tniilni'M. We Miall ilo nll we cnn to pleae nur cutmcr hy itlvlng llnni gomli, nml at i XaX-IICrG- PRICES ! Ourohject Is not o much to plve ynu a very clienp artlcle nn t funnsh u CS.OI -Vrs'T OUltA.IIIE thlngi l'lense call nnrt look for ynurwlf. llEMEMJiER TI1E PLACE, COIIUIIN HI.OCIC. M. G. SARGENT, Newport, Vt. FURS! FURS! FURS! BLACK AND FANCY DRESS GOOLS Jtist rticeivud nt Gr X Xj 3VI jOl. 3Jr ' J3 . Black Australian Crape, Black G...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 November 1871

408 V E 11 MON T 1? A 11 M E R . I'KX SIMTTHKS. A niiitcli gaiiio Inet'iidiariiiii. A green groour One who tritts. Tho wonian's club A broointii'k. A llecting show A travt'ling circus. A l):id poliey Onu tliat lms ruii out. lltirning word. Dh'tionary in llames. Wiudy fniit Aerial uurrcnts. If all llosh is grasa, is hayboof alaniowed? To reniovo stalnsfroin chiinietur Get ricli. Jim Fisk's niotto: "Ilo gontlo to tho E. lt. U. ring." Who was Uiehard thuThirtl bofore liu was "liiniM-lf again?" Tli(! woak niay bo jokod out of aiiything but their woakness. Why is a tired man liko an umbrolla? liu catiso ho is used np. What is resignation? It is puttiugGod bo tweun onu's solf aiid ono's grief. Many yoiuig nion aro so liiiprovidont that thoy oannot ki'i-p anytliiug but lato himrs. Opiuions gvotiudL'd upon niere prejudieo aro alwnys sustained with tliu greate.st vio lence. Self-will is so ardent and nelive that it will break a world to pieeos to maku a stool to sit on. IHhreo ft.-ot will ni...

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 December 1871

" r-"- -c rHfmr- - jttitt nttT""'' '-aBaM"iB: --.---- t.--i...m...wm-.- - .... t KAai .a. -- . n-r "?- 'nWv j-"'m"'rtnnfran " -rr"" ItOYAI. Cir.HJIINCSS. Proinletor. T. II. HOSICI.Va, 31. D., K.lltoi-. NEWPORT, SATUltDAY, DEC. 2, 1871. f voi.. i, No. an. (Termii, 91.00 per Aiiiiiliu. l'L'lIMSIinn KVKKV SATUltDAY AT XEWTOKT, OKLHAXS COUXTY, VT. ROYAL CUMMINGS, PROPRIETOR, T. H. HOSKINS, M. D., EDITOR TKUMSt Oue doll.tr kt ntinum, payaMelnmlrance. All Iaitrs illitcontluueil when the tlme puid for expires. Ailvcrllsenientslnjcrtiil for SO cents pcr ini.li, flritltuertlon, 25 ceuta kt lnc!it eiuli ubcucnt inacrtlou. Twelve lines of thls tzc type maku nn Inch. XT AVhcu u Mue cross i luade agalnst thls puragraph it denotcs that the ub-crlptln explrcii tht next wiek: We shall l pleascil to liare lt renewed, udiI glve thus tnuch no ttce lu order that the subscrlbcr need not mlss uny numbers. HIUDS, IX TIIEIIl nKI.ATIOX AC.HICUI.TL1U:. TO ycirs boforo, niuch if tiot all tliis great loss woul...

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 December 1871

4:10 VERMONT 3T A R M ER. nnd to tcst thcin by full nnd rntulid obsorvn tion :iik1 SL'o whother thuy nro tnto or nut. It has beun impossihlu iu tliu allolted tiiuo to bring olearly nito viuw evcry sitlo of tho qucstiou; niuch moro m i.icl it lo said in regard to niiiiiy noints, but wliilo thcso havo boen neccs.sarily impciTi'ctly troated, thcro li:is beun a constnnt desiro und piirposo to bving out fully thoso points whicli havo thu inost praotieal iinportnuce. All th:it coiild ln said agninst thu usufiilncss of thu birds trcatcd has Ih'oii givon, it is belioved, its duo woight, und v hat has been said on tho qucstiou has not been, intentionnlly at least, ovcrcstiniat ed. Certainly it is tntu tliat thu urgumcuts brought forward havo not been udduccd for thu wiku of any favorito theory tior out of any scntiincntnl regard for tlio bcaiity of thu fuathurud friontls, but siinply and soluly bo causu thu facts in thu oasu scuui to support thum. A great dcal of scntiniuntalism in regard 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. — 2 December 1871

VERMONT FARMER. 411 TltEAT.HENT OK II.KSll AVOUNDS. Stop tho bleoding by cuiistnntly npplying old wntor, or by hnndaging llu injurcd part, if it e:m bo (loni'i if thoso moans fail, and niuch lilood coiitiuucs to llmv, it will bu ncc essary to tio tho blood vessols, or to ihwv tlicni slightly out with n piiir of snmll for cops, iunl twist thom round soverul timcs. Reniovo all ilirt, grnvcl, elots of blood, Gl over substuuccs, tbut ought not to bo in tho wound. )o tliis with cold wntor mul n spongo; tho fingors or forccps may havo to bo uscd. Uring tho sidos of tho wound togothcr by stitchos if tho cut is oxtcnsivo, or ifit bo of conscqucuco to lcave no blcmisli, ns in wounds of tho oyolids, nostrils, eyo brows, &e. Thu connuon way of stitching or sowing n wound is, or ought to bo this: IIuvo :i orookcd, ilat ncodlc, ubont thrco i inchcs long, nrnicd with woll waxcd silk or othor strong thrond; placo tho sidos of tho wound closoly togethor in tho samo position ns in hculth, iiiul ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 2 December 1871

412 VERMONT MRMER. A IIISAUTIPUIj IjEGK.ND. Softly fcll thc tnuch of twlllght nn Judcn'i tllcnt tillls Sluwly cript tlie iicaco of raoonlight o'cr Juden't tranbllng rllla. 1 11 tlie temple's court, convenlng, K'rcn cMert tnt npnrt cScveu grand nml hoary .igea, wue of hcad and purc ofhcart. ' What l rct I" iMknl Kabbl Judali, he of stcrn nml rteaiiraot gaze, " Antvrcr, yc whom tolls havc burdened thruugh Ihc march of mauy daya." "Tohavo galncd," taid Kabtl Kira, "dicent wculth nnd gonlly itore Wlthout tln, ly lioncst labor notlilng lejs and iiothlng more." "To have found," s.ii.l Kabbl Joacph, meckneM I11 his gentle CJfS, " A forctaJtc of hearen't sircctucta In homc'a blesscd para dlje." " To havc wcnltli and powcr an J glory, crowncd nml brlght- ened bytlie pride Of uprnlng chiMrcn'i chlldren," Rabbl Bcnjainln replled. " To havc won thc pralsc of natloni, to havc wura the crovrn of f jrae," llabbi Solomon rciponded, falthful to hla klngly name. "Tosltthroncd, the lonl of millloni, f...

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 December 1871

VERMONT FARMBR. 413 (Scitcval $tcws. At Sioux City, In., cxpress bundles aro dc livered from wagons drawn by graccful and llcet-footcd oxon. A Salt L:iko Gcntilo papor rnrius tlio hard naiuos appliod to Brighani Young, by calling linn " Old I'olywogamy." A rural jMiper ruiunrks : "Cold niglits lmvo put a stop to gate sparking. If shu doesn't ask you to eonioin now, you had botter quit." A girl in Wiseonsin swallowod forty pcr eussion caps. Ilor uiothur rcfraincd from puuishing her or ovon talking snappishly to hor. Mrs. Sarah .T. llnlo, editrcss of Ootk'yi Lady's ltook, is 81 years old, situl still lubors constiintly at tlio work which has umploycd hor for tlio lnst 41 years. Tho boys can now mako honie trapping prolitable. Skunk skins havo "ris," well cnred oncs boing worth from 75 eonts to 81.50 cach. Go for 'om, boys. A Mr. Blanehard, who built thc flrst housc in l'eoria, 111., and tho flrst boat that crossod l'eoria lake, is 7-1 years old, but doesn't focl it luuch, and tho othc...

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 December 1871

4:14 VERMONT 3TARMER. ltbtcs' gcpavfntcut. IIKST I'Altl.OHK. Almost ovcry Aiiioricun liouso possosscs 0110 of theso drcadful ultnrs, eroctod to vli:it uiikiiown goddcss it is iuipossihlo to gucss. It is a llogy, boforo whoin from tinio to tinio pooplu burn gas in cliandclicrs of foarful ilo sign; to wlimn nro dodieutod llagrantcar pcts, inipossihlo oil paiiitiiiLT, furnituru too gorgeous for comiiion d:ty :uul shroudcd thorofroin by custoinary Holland. Musty smolls bolong to this Doity, stifincss, anglos, nbsonoo of sunlight. Tliu visitor, cntering, seos writton abovo tho portnl : " Who ontois horo nbandons eonvcrsation." What is thoro to talk ubout iu a room dark as tliu Doimlauicl, oxoopt whoro ono crack in a re luctuut shutlcr rovoals a stand of wax llow crs undor glass, and a diinly dcseried host css, wlio ovidontly wuiLs only your dcpartnre to extinguish tliat solitary ray? Tliu voico in stinetivoly hushos; the inind finds itsolf bar ron of idcas. A fow droary couimon-placcs nr...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 2 December 1871

VERMONT FARMER. 415 THE SUESSCDtlRBUt Wonld rcwctfully Inforra thc cllltcna of Newport ancl vldn Ity that hc U prepared to furnlah nll klmta of BOOTS AND SIIOES at Ijw flgurca. madc In thc BEST AND LATEST STYLES, and of thc vcry bcat stock. As wc cmplny thc lct of hclp, wc fccl confident tlmt wc can sult all wlth anythlng deslrcd. All whoiire lu want of nnjthlng Inour lliie wlll do wcll to glve ua a call. Wekcepallklndsof Ladteti' and Childt-en's Jioots and Shoes, selectcd wlth care nnd wlth a vlew to gct nnd kcep trade, as we exiect to contlnuc In tho buslness. We ahall do all we can to rlease our custamers by glvlng them good goods, nnd at Our object ls not so much to glvc you a very cheap nrtlcle at to furnish a OOOI) .A.TO IU14VB3L,E tlilng. Please call and look for yourself. ItEMEMlJER TIIE PLACE, conunsf m.ocic. M. G. SARGENT, Newport, Vt. FURS! FURS! FURS! BLACK AND FANCY DRESS GOODS Just rccuived at GrX Xj 3VE JS. 3XT ' S . Blaek Australian Crape, Black Qros de Zurleh, Black...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 2 December 1871

416 PEX SPATTKIIS. llow to "turn peoplo's lioiitls" go l:tto t cliurch. An oli'-lmntl ibllow ono wlio h:is lost both I ns nnns. A inotlol for (i liust iilmost uny putunt boilor muctol. How to nmku !i ttill 111:111 short :isk hhn to lontl you tivu dolhu'a. Tlie covctous 111:111 is :is nitich (luprivcil of whut lm h:is, :is of whut hu luis not, fur ho eiyoys noithcr. If 11 111:111 spuiiks oracts with a puru thought, happinoss follows liiui liku a shiulow tliat novcr lnuros liiin. Wc lmto soino pt-rsons bccauso vo tlo not know tliiiin, antl wo will not know thom bo causc wu hato thuin. Quiiilrat enilenvorcil to say, tlio other ilay, tliat "glass wintlows worc nsuil for lights in 1170," antl lu! got it "grass whlows woru usctl at niglit in 1870." Wisiloni docs not show itsulf so nittoh in proeupt :is in life in a lirmnoss of niiiul and n niiistory ofuppotitu. It tcaclios 11 s to do, as wi'll as to talk, and to niako onr wonls aml autions all of a color. A qnaint fricnd of ours in Muino ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 9 December 1871

"fnn-rrii -irlfir " '- f 11 i . 3 IjHWBgjWgPWPWMtiWWllllllWl III W liiiMii 1 1 j jj j j ywa-4ttauwW!gBgaBWB ",' - - i ni iflw i r-m i i VOL. II. NEWPORT, SATURDAY, DEC. 9, 1871. NO. 1. la-iu.isur.i) r.vunv satl'uuay AT NEWPORT. OKIjEAXS COUXTY, YT. ROYAL CUMMINOS, PROPRIETOR, T. H. HOSKINS, M. D., EDITOR TKUM3 : Onc dollnr ir aniium, i.iynUe In rolriiuce. All Kti ili'contlnucil wlwn tlic thne mkl for exfiiref. Alvtrtlementi Inu-rtnl fr 50 etnlt 1J Incli, flrst I iwertlon , 25 ccnti 1K.T luch, fiwli ul)H'(uent liMcrtlon. Twelve lln of tlils tlze t)'l make uu tncli. U When Mue crc U me agalntt tlilj p.iruttroiih It Uenotci that the ulucrlttm explrcs Iht neit utrk. We hall be ilucil ti have It reirewe.1, and pWe lu -tloe In onler that the ulcrlber neeil not mn uny number. PI.AXT I'OOU. APPMCATIOX Ob" CIIKMISTKY TO AGIMCULTUKE. A knowledgo of tho compositiou of plants, soils, nnd nmnurcs is of the groatcst import nnco to tho fiirnicr, for it enables liim tosup ply by suitiiblu nianurcs ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 9 December 1871

2 VERMONT FARMER. T. II. IIOSKI.VS, M. 1)., Killtor. Commiinlciilloni aml littcrs rel.itlng t the cdltorlal man agcmcnt of the par should headdresscd to llie tidltor. All othcrs should be addrcssed to the Publislier, or slmply to the FiRur.R. Uoth, however, nuiy bo reachcd In tlie same lctter. Thc Farmer Is sentto rcgulnr snlwcrllwrs at I7S illfTcrcnt l'iwt Ofllces In Vermont, nnd to qulte n large numlwr out of If CANVASSlNtl AtlKXTS. S. O. WIIIPPM3, .TAMKM . SJIITII, WM. II. SANHOKX. pijAstt Fonn. Wo jirlnt on first pago tlio rcply of I)r. Nichols of thc Jtoslon Jottrnulof ChcmiMry to our articlo in the Fakmeu of Novonihor 11. Wo do not tliink tho question of tho nution of plant roots upon tlio mincral sub staneos of thc soil of suflicicnt general inter est for us to givo niuoh inoru spaeo to its dis oussion at prcscnt. Yet it is iin importaut point, with practieal bcarings, nnd wo hopo that oxporimont, If it lms not alrcady, may soon sottlo it pro or con. What Dr. Nichols, I'rofes...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 9 December 1871

V E 11 MONT F A R MER. 3 ckossinu .mkui.vos with imr.i:is. MVTTOX Wo cannot rniso llio forco of tlio tostiino ny, says Tlic Xulimutl Livc Htock Journnl, which tho currcnt yoar ulVords, in favor of crossingtho Amorican Mcrino with tlio larg or liuittuii broods, and cspccially with tho longwoolod, Cotswokl and Leicester. Onnll sides tlii; traditious uf tho pust urc iuvulidut ed by tlio vcdiilts of cxporiincnt.s, made, in many casos, with foar :nul trotnbling. In (luuil, wo havo yct to seo mul heur from tho shophcrd who lms tried it aud is not eneour siged to porsovcre. Our rcadors uro iill awaro that tlio traditious roforred to told us tliat brecding a largo, longwoolud raui to an ordinary Mcriuo uwo would fiit cnduugcr tho lifo of tlio owo whon giving birth to tho produco; sccoud, that tlio laiub would not bo likoly to survive, becuuso tho dam would not fiirnish tlio xi:i ntity of niilk rociuircd by tho lurgcr oll'spring, and that if it did manago to livo tintil woanod it would bo n ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 9 December 1871

4 VERMONT FARMEK. Etistclhmcn.us. TIIK OI.ll IIAUX. No hay upon tlie wide.ppn-ad iiiowa, No hnrwi in tlie ntalln, No broail.horricd oxen, nheep and cow Wlthln tta (Imc-wom walla, The wlnd hols tlirounh It rliallon.il itnuri, Now awlnglng to utnl fro ( And o'er Iti once frefpictiti-d flnor No fuotstep cmne and go. llut once, alaa ! cnch vacant bay, Aml every apace nround, Wa teiinliig wiih awm-acentrd liay, Tlie tiarvest of tlie ground. Aml wcll-fotl cattle I11 n ruw, At UMngera rauged ulong, Kacli faatencd hy nn uaUu lw, Stood at tlie Unchloni strong. Ilut whcre an Iruif.- oM Ilubhln rtood, 1IU nmster'a pride aml cnre, Aml from hla haml tvcclreil hla footl, AU now ia vacant thcre. Then theae hrnad llelda, from lilll to plaln, Waved ln the aummcr alr, With cholceat crops of graaa or graln, Now Itft to bleak aml liarc. llow tweet thc inulc nf the flall, Kcaoundlng far aml ckar, As tmnie upon tlie luiaaing gale It reachcd the dlatant car. Tlie blackblrd Iialted the Icwy morn From out h...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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