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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 8 July 1847

VERMONT WATCIIMA'N & STATE JOURNAL, JULY 8, 1847. lUatcljmfflt tatc 2ouvnal, tu i -lVAfroiv, Jit, umioic lUoittitullci-, Tluit'S'lity, July 8 STATE CONVENTIONS. Tho Conventions had not cornplotod Ihoir tickets when wo went to press. Tho Whigs find agreed to the nomination of Hon. HORACE I1ATON for Governor and Hon. LEONARD SAHGEANT for Liut. Governor. Col. Jowett (leclinoil a nomination as Treasurer. Tho Locos liavo nominated Hon. PAUL DILLINGHAM Jr. for Governor. P. S. Tho Whig Slato Convention lias comple ted and adopted n ticket GEORGE HOWES, Cashier of tho Hants of Montpolicr, for Treasurer. RAILROADS. Wo copy the following from tho last financial article of tho Boston Post- A movement is making toward Pctcrborn' frOiii rownsend, tho present terminus of branch road from Filchburg at Groton, and tho extension of Alamo Railroad from Lawrctico through Derry to Manchester, has been chartered by New Hamp shire legislature. Tho former may, i( extended to Charlestons, N. II., cut o...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 8 July 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JULY 8, 1847. il)ip5 nub mitypingp. I.vrF.nF.STi.vo Dip cnvr.niF.s. Tlio Now Or leans Drltri say, Dr. A, Dickinson, of tho Acad emy (r Sciences, who was sent from Philadel phia for tho pnrpopo of invuMignling tho geolo gy of tho Valley of tho Mississippi, U now in that city. His discoveries have opened now paths for tho ruminations of tho student in this important science, and rciloctcd hell earned honors on himself. Very lately Or. Dickinson made n tour of inspection through that portion of Alabama in which abounds tho lottnn limo Mlono formation. This is particularly tho case in tho licliiitics of Clark, Washington, and Clai homo comities, in that State. Heretofore this formation has been onsidcrcil by (roo.ogists as n detritus from shells, iic, but by the power or classes It has proved to bo entirely different. J)r. Dickinson informs us that it is n huge coral reef, where gigantic branches shoot up tevctal feet into a beautiful arborescent fo...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 8 July 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JULY 8, 1847. CQvicultuval, tlAY-MAKING. Tn thn mnUlnrr or nnnncr of llQVi tllO Firat llitnrr. in lin nnnolrlnmil arO tllO proper periods for cutting tlio grass, nnU tlio lonnt!i of timo nnu moucs w,rr to cause it to dry. On ihcw points practical men do not nil ngreo j some mcferrintr to cut when ill (lower, by inenns of which they say Uoy obti more and better Imy, nnU the crop is less exhausting to the land ; wliilo others nnncii'tnr it best to permit the Krass to sIiukI until thu seed lias just ripened suflieiontly to vegetate, which will be more or less scattered for the benefit of the succeeding crop, and the hay, it is t loucht. is more nutricious, nnu consc nucntlv will afford more flesh and strength. Lucerno nnd clover, undoubtedly, af ford better and moro nay wiicn cut in flower, and is better adapted for dairy stock than when cut late ; but to avoid loss in wemlit and quality, by neat or fermentation, it is better to salt them down in t...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 15 July 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 35. WHOLE NO. 21 2G. lUatcljmcm & tatc journal. PUULIS11HD EVERY THURSDAY MORNING TERMS M 50 cash In advance i A3 00 If navment U nnt made In advance j Interest always charged fiom the end of ine jear. GRATUITOUS ADVERTISING, The undersigned llndlntr that the nublic ato maklnir unrea sonable demands upon their columns by the way of jrratultous aur?ni?momi, icci compciicu to enter lino me lonowing a greement t 1st. For allnotiee whatever, mually published Rratuitously, we will charge one-half the usual price of advertisements. 2d. For obituary notice, exceeding the simple announce ment of the death, we will charpe the inmo price E. P. WALTON & SONS, Publisher of tho IVatthman and Journal JOSEN! POLAND, Publisher of tht Freeman. EASTMAN & DANrOItTII. Publishers of the Patriot, Montpeller. Dec. 1616. 3octtiK THE NEEDLE. HY MRS. L. It. SIGOURNEV. What hart thou seen, with thy shining; eye, Thnu Ne...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 15 July 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JULY 15, 1847. iUatcljmmt & 0toic3founml. 13, l WAtMOS, Jit., KDITOlt jlfOiitjtcllcr, 'I'luirsdny, July 15. DKMOCltATIC WHIG TICKET. roa GOVERNOR, HORACE EATON. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, LEONARD SARGEANT. FOR TREASURER, GEORGE HOWES. WHIG STATE CONVENTION. Pursuant to a call from tlio Whig Suto Com mittee, tho Whigg of Vermont, by their dele gates, met in Cgnvontion, at tho Methodist Chap el, in Montpelicr, on Wednesday tho 7th day of July, 1817, for the purposo of nominating Stato officers for tho year ensuing. At eleven o'clock, tho Convention was called to order by E. P. Walton, Jr., and for tho timo organlvcd by tho appointment of John L. line If, of Northfiuld, Chairman, and John W. Moore, Secretary. On motion, a committee of live was selected by tho chair to repoit officers for tho permanent organization of tho Convention. This commit- Co consisted of E. P. Walton, Jr., -E. Cleave- land, C. Carponter, Frederick Billings and. John N. Baxter....

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 15 July 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JULY 15, 1847. jTorciqn News. From tho N. V. Tribune, July 0. THREE DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. AntllVAL OF THE FIH'.MCM MAIL STEAMER UN' ION. Tho Frencti ttonmor Union, Capt. Herbert, arrived hero last ovening at nbout six o'clock, niter a passage ol sixteen days, having loll Cherbourg on tlio 22J tilt. Slio was to liavo called on tho 20th, but was detained two days fortlio mail from I'nris, a fact which is not very crciiitablo to the French Post-Office. Owing to mo uncertainty 01 ncr timo ot sailing, no nr rangement had been made for tho receipt of pa ners by her, and wo are not as yet in the nosscs sion of our Tiles, with tho exception of somo old Englhh Journals sent to Ilavro befuro tho first of June. Tho Sun was lucky enough to get hold of two papers lust evening through a pas senger, and issued on extra, from which wo mako tho following extracts. Tho news is of very little importance. FRANCE. A serious riot occurred on Sunday and Mon day, 13t...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 15 July 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JULY 15, 1847.", Agricultural. PLASTER ITS OPERATION. Wo liavo frequently heard it asserted by farmers, that ploster, after it had been applied for ono or two years to crops, on tho same soil, ceases, in some instances, to produco any beneficial effects. Lie jiic, in ono of his nblo works, explains tho cause- of this as follows : "When wo increase the crop of crass in a meadow," says lie, " by means of cvpsum, wo remove a greater quantity of potash with the hay, than can, under the circumstances, bo restored : hence i( happens that, alter tho lapso of sevcro vcars, tho crops of crass, on the mead ows manured with gypsum, diminish, owing to tho deficiency of potash." If, when wo apply piaster or gypsum wo should mix common house ashes with it, or apply it to tho soil cither before or after bestowing the former, wo should find the action of tho latter as energetic in the tenth or twentieth year as in the first. 1 Ins lias been demonstrated by expe...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 22 July 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEIt, THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1847. VOL. XLL NO. 36. WHOLE NO. 2127. iUcitcljmcw & State Sournal. rUBMSHGD EVERY TIIUUSDAY MOUNINO, TERMS-)t 53 ettsh In advuneoj 63 00 IT payment Is not math In advance intercut always charged fiom the end of the jc-r. THE PEN. UY MI1S. L. II. aiOOUENEY. What doit thou knowthou gray goose quilt t And methought, with n paim of pride, It sprang from ihe inkstand, mid fl attired In vain, Its nib lo free from Ihe ebon slain, As It fervently replied i " IPAot rfJUiu Let tho lot or tell When Into hit secret scroll He poureth Iho breath ff n magic lyre, And tracrih those mjplicil lines of firo Thut mute the maiden soul. What dofknoiol The wife can say, As the leaden consoiis mote( And ot er tlie oruin's wildest sway, 1 A blessed mlsiivc doth wend its way, InsplrM by a husband' love. Do vo donht mv poer? Of tho statesman ask, Who hulTeU omliitiju'a Mist, Of the com let, who shrinks in Ids cell of cats, A flout ih of mine hit...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 22 July 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JULY 22, 1817. toatd)ntan & 0tatc Journal. 17. I WALTON, JII., EIHTOB. Itloiitpclicv, 'riiursdny, July 22. DBMOCBATlCWin'a TICKET. For. governor, HORACE EATON. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, LEONARD SARGEANT. FOR TREASURER, GEORGE HOWES. iNTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS. On llio 3ih instant a National Convention, composed of delegatus in great numbers from various parts of tlio Union, met at Chicago, for Iho purpose of 'taking 'measures 'to secure im provements in tlio navigation of tlio Lakes and Rivers of the United States by tlio General Government a tnoasuro of vast importance, to which Congress lias ropeatodly given ils assent, but which has twico been defeated by the Exec utive VETO sinco Mr. Polk has occupied the Presidential Chair. In this matter Vermont has r.o Inconsiderable interest, remote as sho is both from the Atlantic and tiro groat Lakes for vhatsoever serves lo improve the navigation of any of the lakes and rivers in tlio West, or else where, a...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 22 July 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JULY 22, 1847. JTorctqn News. NEWS FROM ENGLAND ! ARIMVAIj OV THE ICOYAE mail STEAMER KKITAIYNIA. 15 DAYS LATER FIIOM LUIIOPE. Tlio Royal Moil Steamer Hritannin, Capt. W. H. Harrison, from Liverpool, '1th itist., was tclo grapliuii at 1-1 past 8 lliis morning, and arrived up nt 10 M o'clock, A. M. Tho Ilibernla arrived at Liverpool on tlio 28tli Juno, in 11 dnyn from Boston. Tlie European nows brought by tlio Uritatinia is of hut little importance, except in n commer cial point of view, llreadatufls have continued to decline since tlio Hailing of the last Bteoiner, nnd the fall in ilour during tlio 15 days which intervened, was fully up to -la Oi a 5s per barrel on American. The same grado of flour which in the middle of Mny commanded '18s GJ per bar rel, and in June, 40s (id, would not at tho latest dates realizo mora than ixh Gd, and tlio lenibncy was still downward. The doubts respecting tho potato crop seem confined to tho prospects of Irela...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 22 July 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & &TATE .JOURNAL, JULY 22, 1847, 2lgrtcultuvftl SALT 6i ASHES FOR STOCK. Some years since 1 saw it recommen ded in nn agricultural journal to mix salt with ashes for stock. Having tested the utility of the practice, I nm now prepar ed to speak favorably of it, and form a firm conviction that slock oi nn i cbcrm linns, nm nssnnlinllv benefitted thereby My cows, work horses and young cattle, as well ns sheep, have been regularly supplied with it as often lis once ti week, for two years, and notwithstanding the feed in the pastures, during n part of the grazing period of both seasons, was quite short in consequence of the prevalence of severe drought, the stock gcncrnlly lias remained in excellent condition much better, indeed, than 1 have seen them for vcars. ShceD.'csnceiallv, arc extremely fond of it, prcfen ing it to fine salt, and par Taking of it with almost the same avidity with which, when hungry, they devour their meal or grain. As to tho general effic...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 29 July 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELTER, THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 37. WHOLE NO. 2128. jtUntrfyman 0tntc journal. ruiu.iaiicD nvi:ny tiivhsday morning. TERMS $1.10 cast? in ndvancoj $9 00 If payment U not made In advance ) interest always charged from the end of the jcar. GRATUITOUS ADVERTISING. The tinrleritgtwl finding thnt the public ata nuiMnff iinrea fsnnnlilB demands upon their column hy tho wny of crnlnlious arivertlsomcnts, feel compelled lo enter Into tho following a grfemf ni i lit. Tor all notice whatever uuftlly puhtisbc.. era tuit 0111, we will cliatffp onp-lmlf tlirt unnl price of nHerlUementf. 2d I'orobrtunry notifm, riceedlng tho simple announce ment of the death, wo will charco thi inma prlrfl. E. V. WALTON 4t FONfl, Publisher ff the tt'atthma and Journal. JOSr.ril .POLAND, Pvltiaher the Frr'rman, EASTMAN it OANFOIITII, Puhtiahtrt nf the Patriot. Montpelier, Per. 1840. Pocttu THE SWORD. RV MRS. L, II. HIOOURNHY. What aif thy i.ccds thou fearful thing Hy ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 29 July 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JULY 29, 1847. lUntcljimtn & 0iatc 3foutnal. 12. I WALTON, Jit., UDlTOIt. luoittiiclter, 'rinirstliiy, July 29. democratic M'ino ticket FOR GOVERNOR, HORACE EATON. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, LEONARD SARGEANT. FOR TREASURER, GEORGE HOWES. FOR SENATORS. Bennington Co. IIlackmak E. Brovkell, Hema Mome. Wtnttham Co. John Kimball, 1'lTH W. Item, Iitncti) G. Mead. U'iiif.oi- Co, -AnTEMAI CuillMAlf, Uarvet Barton, Ho BERT D. CftAlf, DearrORN Ua IllLTOIf. -William Naiii, Ira Stwaht. .Itlttiltn Co.- Uinun' Co. Reorge W. Triciiaro, ClIARLEI II. ClIAtfLDCR, I.ORENItf V. JIXRRICK. Wailiinzton Co. rRKLi A. Wright, Horace Holder. Catatonia Co. Jamei D. Hell, HobERT WlIITELAW. Franhttn Co. -Oeoroe W. Fount, Kufui II amilto t. Lcciu. It. Deahak. - David IIibrard, Jr. Eiier Co. THE TARIFF AND THE SUB . TREASURY. In Deo. 184G the now Tariff went into effect, under the extraordinary circumstance of a gen eral famino in Europe, which lias demanded A rncrican producti...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 29 July 1847

VERMONT WATdlTMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JULY 29, 1847. The Steamfioat Launch. On Wednesday last the steamer Montreal slid from the stocks in most beautiful stylo. Tho steamers Francis Saltus, Saranac, tind Little Western, alt cdrricd loads of villnircra to witness the econt. The music of the Hand gavo n zest to tho cliann of mo "slide." illy tho uny, will not our excellent band moro Ircquently favor tlio citizens with ex hibitions of their skill ?) Tlio .Montreal sits beautifully upon tlio water, and is, in our opin ion, a model for a "fast sailing steamer." Thus far she docs credit to tho builder, Mr. Collier. Tho Saltus towed her Into tho village harbor tvhero sho will bo completed ready for sailing-. When this boat nnd tho United States shall have been completed, Lal;o Champlaiu will boast of two daily "day lines," and one " night line,"jf spienuiu steamers. Dhiunnll Vhromcle. Tun Art Union. Tho Art Union is pretty certain to havo n prosperous year. Tho number of subscribers is nl...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 29 July 1847

4 i VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JULY 29, 1847. QVgitcultuml. cutting Wheat early. Vo Imvo for several ycare nd vised farmers to cut their whenl cnrlicr than is usunlly dono ; and all Who have tried it liavo found advantage by tho practice. As soon as the grain is out o( the milk) and in what is termed tho doughy state, it is fit to cut, and will bo heavier and belter in nil respects than if allowed to become dead ripe. Especially is this tho caso when tho nlruw is at all affect ed with the rust. Mr. Hawley, in his communication on this subject, says : " As soon as tho bulk of the crop has not its brown color, and tho berry is doughy and soft, I consider the right tunc. I then commence cutting, and let it lie in tho swath one day if the weather is good ; and do not wait for the small wheat to grow larger, for it never will and thus lose the best of my crop by shelling, to say nothing of the shrinkage in weight. I let three acres of my best wheat stand until dead ripe, for s...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 5 August 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 38. WHOLE NO. 2129. tUateljmtm & State journal. runi.isiiEii r.vniiY thuhsday morning. TERMS $10 eauh In ndvnncoj $2 00 If payment U not innde In advance Intercut atwnfi chnrgeil fiom tins end of the fear. ntlATUITOUS AtlVEHTIHINO. The unclfrilfrofd finding (hat iho public am malting unrea k on able demands upon their column by Iho way of gratuitous ndrertiiemenU, feel compelled to enter Into Iho following a grecmcnt : lit. Tor nit not km whatever, uiinlly published gratuitously, we ivill chargn one-half the usual pricn of advertisements. 2d. For obit no ty notices, exceeding the ciinplo announce mcnt of the death. Wo will chnrgo the snmo price. E. 1 WALTON & CONfl, Publisher of the Waltfanan and Journal, JOSEPH POLAND, Publisher of the Freeman, Eastman & dantorth, Publishers of the Patriot, MontpeKer, Dec. IS Hi. ItJoctvii. The following linen from the LotiinHIe Journal arc above all praiic....

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 5 August 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, AUGUST 5, 1847. toatcljmon toJS lJ "nionipclicr, rrtmrsilny, August 5. UUniOCUATIC WHI TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, HORACE EATON. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, LEONARD SARGEANT. FOR TREASURER, GEORGE HOWES. FOR SENATORS. Jlcnnlngtoti Co. IIlacumi-" 1!. IImvrh.1, lllHAB M0IUt. Win ill, a in Co. Jot" Kimhju, I.nKI.- (!. Mead. HVlKflOr Co. -AttTFMAI CuillMAIt, llBir.r IIahto.i, Korkut I). Cram, llcAnnor.N II. Iliirnf. .IllllllOH Co.-- WlUIAM NaIII, J RA MWART. Orange Co. IlViiiiiirnn Co.' Catalonia Co. .Gconac V. l'mctiAtn, UilAittr.t It. OilASLULn, T.oticszo 1). IlEHmck. -l'sANnuv A. Wimoht, llonACE 1IuUK. -Jameu I. Heli., ItoBERT WhITELAW. I'ranktln Co. flEOncll: V. I'oiTf.R, I'.UPUS Hamilton, f.UCIUI It- 11 A M A !f . Kluha White. Daud HipnARu, Jr. Of It II Hi Co JSiiix Co. ELECTION, SEPT. 7. The time is at hand : bo ready, Whigs, to meet tlio enemy pud beat them. You will find the I.ocos, bragging, as usual, in advance of the election ; and yet you may rely up...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 5 August 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, AUGUST 5, 1847. jTovcicin Ncum ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER WASHINGTON. T ho WnsliinRton sailed from Soullmmpton on tho lOtli !t., but owinffto tliobntl qilnlity of her coal, elio tvns oblicctl to put back, ntiu did not lcavo ngniu until tho 15th. Her dales from Liv erpool arc to tho 13t1i. Flour coinmnnilcd '17s per bnrml j nn ndvnncu on previous iiuotntiotis, of nboiit 75 ctsj Corn, 41 n .15: Meal. 20a: Whlto Wheat. Is (Jd a 10j lOd : lied do. 10a Id n 10s ld, 'J'io hreadstuir market was buoyant and there was an increased demand. Tho London breadstuff market on tho Mth was firm. Tlio weather throughout England had been fine, and tlio prospect of tho liarvejt was good. Thero wos but littlo or no rot amongst tho po tatoes. Cotton had receded 1-8 of a penny. Provisions were without much change. At Havre, tlio prico of flour was -13 francs. At Liverpool tho foverwas very prevalent, and great siiflcnng among tho Irish. Tlio Irish potato crop promises wel...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 5 August 1847

D VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, AUGUST 5, 1847. OVgvtcultuual. l'rom tho M nine Farmer. RULES FOR MILKING. Milking cows is generally performed in Muinc. wherever 1 Imvo been, by men or boys. Tlio women, however, do it, or assist in doing it, on some farms j and on most of them in busy seasons. Having milked, more or less, every season since I was a " wee-bit" boy, and Iiavinir seen it done so poorly as to in jure tlio cow, I proposo to give a fow rules for it. which I have learned from my own and others' experience. They arc as follows : 1. Have a good stool to sit on. 2. HaVc your finger nails pared short and smooth. 3. Sit down and clean the bag, and wot the teats with tho first stream of milk. 4. Then set the nnil tinder, and milk as fast as you conveniently can tho faster tho better. A cow will give more milk when milked fast than when milked slow. 5. Milk as though the teats were full to tho last, otherwise it makes them long to " strip" in a little While. G. Never scol...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 12 August 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 39. WHOLE NO. 2130. tUntcljmmt & 0tatc 2cmvnal. ruiiM.snnn nvniiv Thursday morning. TERMS SI 50 cath In advnncoj $3 Of) If payment li not made tn nJvnnccj intercut uluuys charged ftoirt the end of tho year. ilttsccllmtcotts. From tlio Uniuii Magitlne. THE CITY CLERK. UY MISS C. M. smiOWICK. 11 A i.lcr lorol T dwell upon Iho thome Tho only love on cnrlli to ulilcl. tlio earth 11a. given no taint of lelf-regarilllul cure." Ilcnnr Ware It is about tlio middle of November a bright, soft day, when tlie genial spirit of the year looks back with one of his farewell smiles. His warm breath has sprcadn sil ver hazo over tho rugged hill-sides. Tho mountain-tops arc shining the dried leaves, bitten off by the frost, turn round and round, and drop without a sound. A rather nar row, brisk stream runs rapidly, descending as it goes, till it reaches the rear of a neat one-story house, where, being set back' by a d...

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