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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 October 1872

FA il r.lc VOLUME II. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1872. NUMBER 47. JERMONT V rUllUSIIKK WKKKI.Y, AT ST. .WOIIJ'SBVKV, VT., UY CUMMINGS&H0SK1NS. TermOne copy, per annum,. p'JJ.IB If paid ttriotljr la edrance, ..,..'1.00 For Special ternu to Clnbi icq toeond pax. Rates of Advertising1. Short aclTertiiernenle, 74 cent! per Inch for Rntlnnr tlon. Each labawpiont Insertion, 2JeenU per Inch. N. hare leu than (1.00. ' Favorable rates for extcnslro and yearly adrertlaera may b had upon application to the publishers. UTB ANDO.KT LIVB. A Farm DnUanV Well I Farmer Smith has lost bla wheat, bin ihedi and mammoth barn m llttlo boy, with one imall match, burnt up the whole consara ( I tell yon wile, he'll feel It ore man on money bent - Can't stand np under ueh a load when not Insured, a cent. I don't know aa I pity htmi I call It a treat (In ff(VhoajioharTeitof three year In ipielooe bain and bin I can't feel pity for a man who doable local hU door, And flops hli ears to all the cries...

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 October 1872

Ti ii. nosKins, ni. v., i:iiior. St. Johnsbury, Vt October 25, 1872. CLUB RATES FOR 1873. In erder more rapidly to extend tho circulation of tho wa now oflbr It In Clubs at the following reducod ratal Five Coptai, ona year, for .... $3 73 Tan CopiM, ona year, for .... C DO and ona copy tree to the Kottor up of the club. Twenty coploi, one year) for ... 30 00 and one oopy Iraa to the getter up of the club. X3T Caik to accompany tkt order in every tate. Name! neod not be all at one Foat-ofDce. All club lubecrlptloni will be discontinue! at tho end of the time paid for, unless renewed. Sample copies furnished free to canvassora for clubi. Club lubaorfptlons may begin at any doilred dato. Let i hare Cluba itartod In orery town. Begin at onco, before agcnli of oilier paperi haro foreetalled you, Go In with energy, and there will bo no difficulty In Rotting up a club In orery neighborhood nth State. Farmer! til admit that wo need a llro agricultural paper. Hero Ii ona that already has tha...

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 October 1872

.THE V(ERMOyT r3?AKM.lBRy A!NV AGBIOULTmiALAm 'JTAMlLTmWAlIl. fSOXltlt Mrc. Reported ibr tho -VnnitosT Famikb by .s t iirrKH iwri l.t .A- iiU'WAJWj rroitt.ce Comralwlon Merchant, 91 John Street, Boston. Wodnoeday, Oct. 23. JIutter nmt Clieca.-..The aupply of prime Dot- tor hie increased nnd it decided better feeling )irerII in mo mnraci. n nuiiniur vi uui ui uiwn iiuyors ,oen hero nnd all dcstmhlo grades rondllysold nt ICMe advaneo on previous quotallowv. New York ae.il Vcr- immt r.tu iiairiefi range., rrom aimsM v Ib.nnil (br Homo alt. Ii.ll his laiu 1. . . I . . . extra lots aif&M'iO lift tioen obUlnea. Bummer dairies havo como to hand In bettor order, nnd sales otcholoo hare l.eon mule nt 2SifWo y to. Uommon and medium ni ry Mid mottly at I llle, with n turn loU at tso j lb. Medium cradejnf tiotli dairy and factory liavo been fold at li!ffl13lp, and the market la woll clcare.1 up at tint rango. No eummon Uhcciie to tiwakof In tho Flour nii.t lrilii.--Tlio Flour market lemalna...

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 October 1872

THE VERMONT I FAHM12R :AN AGRIOULTUKAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Jpittraiww. COUIIAOK. Became 1 hold It sinful to despond, And will not let th. bitterness ef lift Blind m wits, burning fears, tint look beyond Its tumult end Its strife t Because; I lift my head above) tti mitt,. Where tha inn ablnei aud the broad ire etis blow, By tret ray and every raindrop kissed that Ood's love doth bestow Think )ou I Und no llttorocM at all 1 Mo burden to bo borne like Christian's pack t Think jo there are no ready tears to fall Because I keep them back t Why thould I hug life's lilt Trltli cold reserve, To curse myself and all who lore net Nay t A thousand times more eood than 1 deserve Ood gives me every day. And In each one of these rebellious tears, Xept bravely back, he makes a rainbow shlno i Grateful I take his slightest gift, no fears Nor any doubts are mine. Dark skies must clear, and when the clouds are past, One golden day redeems a weary yean Patient I listen, sure that sweet at last Will...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 1 November 1872

VERMONT E1IMER. VOLUME I'Ull..lSllEr WEEKLY, nr CUMMINGS & HOSKIHS. Term.. One oopj, per antrum,... fi.30 Ifpaldstrlotlr In odTanee '1.00 rot special terms to ClaU see second page. Hates of Advertising-. Short adrertlsoments, 74 cents per Inch for Arst inter- ion. Eacu subsequent Insortion, SS centa per Inch. N. shargo loss thin $1.00. Favorable rates fur extcnslre and yearly adrortlsers soajr M bad upon application to the pabllilieri. BONO OF TUB IIUSKICRg. Heap high the farmer's wintry hoard Heap high the golden coral No richer gilt hu antamn poured From oat her lavish horn. Let other lands, exulting glean ... 111 apple from the pine. The erange from the glossy greon. The cluster from the Tine. We better lore tho hardy gift Our rugged Tales bestow, To cheer us when the storm shall drift Oar harrcit Acids with snow. Through Talcs of grass and meads of flowers Our plows their furrows made, Whllo o'er Ido hills the sun and showers 01 chaegful April played. We dropped the seed o'e...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 1 November 1872

I'. II. 1IOSKINS, I)., IMHnr. i St. Johnsbury, Vt., November 1, 1872. CLUB RATES FOR 1873. In order mora rapidly to extend the circulation ef the 3f .V.H. 3VI 33 XV , w now offer It la Club at tho following reduced rates Fire Coplei, one year, for .... Ton Copies, one yoar, for i IS 10 to 30 00 Tfrtnkr eonlM. Ana vt.tr. fur ami one cony iree to wo Rcticr np oi mo ciuo. ana one copy iree vo wo geuor up 01 mo cmo, iy Cat It accompany lie order In cicry ems. Name need not bo all at ono rost-ofllco, All dub lutacrlptlon will bo discontinued at ttio nd ot tho tlmo paid for, union renewed. Sample, coplu furnlsbod froo to canvasson for clubs. Club eubicriptlona may begin at any dcttrod date. Let bare Clubi t larlod In every torn. Begin at onco, before agents of other papers have forestalled yon. Qo la tilth energy, and there will be no difficulty In getting up ft club In every neighborhood In tho State. Farmers fll admit that wo need a II vo agricultural paper. Hero Is ono that already has...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 1 November 1872

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND EAMILY NEWSPAPER. ic -j.-rB-taateMuii itimiifit .Wif.H. Repotted fcr tho VMMMir I'ARHitii liy a. . uiniiiUti), . ) Produco rotiimlwlmi Morolmnl, H John Street, Ittwton. Wednesday, Oct. 30. lliillernnilfllire.f..T)io. receipt of butler far llio wonk liro fMf fnCeMEes against I3,WJ pack airci for tho portespondlnjr week liut year. Tlio mar ket hiis ruled firm and filfly actlva Ibr eholeo llutter, nnil nil nriitmi ln been readily tdacod at full prices Now York indYormimtnno foil sold In round lot at HfliiTJib awl 'election, nt 33cifD30o sj lb. Cliolco sum mer dan. r- recently received havo been hi botterorder, and wo nc-lioo ralunt tc30o p Ibi tho tmUlda, prion l cosily ndslned ftrtlie l?t lot. Several lota nest cm fall linvo boen sold at 'Jfioa.KW lb. Common and medium nutter romain dull and price nro In buyer' fwnr , , , Tho rccoliill ofChoeee for the week have lieori T..UII loins and 'Jl tons. Thero has boon no material change In the market dn...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 1 November 1872

THE VERMONT FARMER . AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 'gtkxixhm, gold, OUHNDOI-KN. ' areata raaxttn. Blio Ii so fair, t thought, to dear and fair 1 Maidenly beautiful from head to foct, With pensive profile delicate and moot, And Tltlan'i color la hot ninny hair. 80 fair, 1 thought, rejoicing even to nota Tho little, flexible, Iraniparent wrlit, The pntplo of the gold-clasped amethyst That glittered at her white and slender throat. The tlnjr ear, curled lute a rosy thell 1 The senile tplendor of the wide brown eyei, Deep, lustrooa, tender, clear as morning iklei 1 Toe rail, lad llpi, the rolco that like a hell Rang thrilling with a music iwcol and wild, High, alry-puro at Hating of tho fay, Or bird-notes In the early summer dayi, And Joyoui ai the laughter ol a child, Doareit, hai heaven auglil to Eire thee morel with to ous a her 1... I thought, the while I watched her ohangtng face, Ileard her fine tonei, and marked htr gciturei' grace, Yea, one more gift li left, all glfU be...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 8 November 1872

VERMONT; FARMER. -A-isT a-K,iatJXiTXJit.Xj jnsrr jxxrsr newspaper dpok. teB rxjralists o:f tub a-RBBiN" 3vcoTJ3srT.i3sr state. VOLUME II. ST. JOIINSBUKY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1872. NUMBER 40. 1'1)1IUSI1I'.I AVKF.KI.Y, .T .V5T. .rOH.YSItUIH', '., 11V CUMMINGS&HOSKINS. 'IVriiiti. Ono copy, per annum If paid strictly In advaiico '-i.00 Fur Special terms to Clubs teo second pngo. Hates of Advertising. Short advertisements, 74 ccnta por Inch for flrstlnrer tlon. Eachsubsoiuentlnscrtlon,21contsporlnch. N chares loss than $1.00. Favorable rates for oilenslro and yearly advertiser! i may be had upon application to the publishers. "ONL.Y A rAUMKR'S DAVCIIITEH." "She Is only a farmer', daughter." A stylish laity said, With a scornful glanco of hrr handsomo eye, And a tow of her haughty head. Stio was frilled and ftouncod and furbolowod In the rcry latest stylo i Her head was a Wunder Of crimps and carls, And hor train somothtng less than a mllo. Her hands, that sparkled it 1th many a ling,...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 8 November 1872

THE VERMONT EAHMKR: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEW SPA PEL?. T. II. 1IONK1NS, VI i:1ltor. St. Johntlury, Vt., November 8, 1872 CLUB RATES FOR 1873. In order mnre rapidly to eitend tlio circulation of the 33 A. XI 3V5C 33 X. , w now offer It In Clulu at tlio followlngrcdacod rates i PIto Copies, ono roar, for Ton Copies, ono year, for . and ono cony reo to tlio cotter up of tlio dub, Twenty ooploi, ons year, for iC CO 30 00 una ono a)py "00 w lao geuer up oi mo emu. Cr" Catk lo accompany tkt order In tttry cote. Names nood not bo all at ono Port-office. All club tuliacrlptloni will lio discontinued at tlio oml of tlio Umo paid for, union renewed. Sample copies furntsliod froo to canvassers for clulu. Club tubaeilptlona tear login at any desired dato. Let at liava Clubs atartod In every town. Begin at once, beforo agents of oilier papers liavo forestalled 7on. 0 In with energy, and thcro will bo no difficulty In Betting up a club In every nolgbborlicod IntlioEtalo. Farmers til admit 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. — 8 November 1872

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AN J) FAMILY NEWSPAPER. AHnrhcts. HoHlon .Tn7.T. nopnited for tho VnnwosT I'ABiiitn by A. 1), JMULUtJ), Produco Commission .Merchant, 21 Jolin 8lrcct, Boston. Wednesday, Notcmbcr C, Itullrr niid tlicof.--Tho butter market has been rnllior nulot, owln,r to tlio bono disease, lut wo o.mnot report any material chnngo In prices, though inmo receivers wcro Iticllnol tnmako slight concessions tm straight lots, Tho salos of lino full Now York anil Vermont wcro at 31 Hi 310. Cholco cummer ant full dairies haro Iwon tolllriR nt V IB 300, but moro sold under than orcr Iw. .Medium grades linro necumulaU od, and nro slow of salo nt 18 d 25c J lb, Moro West ern has hecn rccelveil, with sales or the holt lota uf fall made nt 27 Ht .KM V lb. The market closes wllh a liberal (took, and fewer buyers than usual, Tho receipts of chocso for last week wero S.r8t boxes and 10 tons. Tho demand has been smaller than usu nl, hut holders nro Qrni, feeling confident of obta...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 8 November 1872

THE VREMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL ANJ) FAMILY NEWSPAPER. T1IK SLOTlirUIi KAItMKIl. fir A B. MILLS. In tho 8Ute of Vermont, tot up thll way, Where we labor to earn our bread, Thcro one lived ft nun, who, as I've heard is), Spent most of his tlmo in bed. Yet (omehow he managed cow to keep, Together with three or four hogs, Ami a email dock of nearly a doien of iheep, With two or threo half-iUrred dogs. Jlli farm had become io oihauited and poor That naught to adTantagowonld grow, . For It nsvor had yet teen a ooat of manuro Unless 'twas a coating of mow, Ilia building! short od premature algni of decay, With boardl swinging looso In tho wind, While the rags from the window! woro blowing away, Leaving only an opening bohlnd. III! fence! woro ruined, and broken, and gone, Till whatOTor plcasod passod through And 'twas seldom ho had any raoro ploughing dono Than Just What hli hogs could do I Ills crops, when onco planted, woro suffered to go Without his assistance, to seed i And his ne...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 15 November 1872

VERMONT FARMER. ' A.3T -A.C3-I?,iaXJXiTXJI?,-AJLj -A.3ST3D IPJlsLTX-TZ" ISTB'WSFuftuDPBK, FOB THE RTJU-AJEjISTS OP THE vrOTJnsrT.A.XTST STATE. YOLtJME II. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1872. NUMBER 50 I'UllI.lSIIEI) WKF.KI.Y, .it t. .roiiA'suum; vr., 1IT CUWMHIGS & H0SK1NB. Terni.Ono copy, per annum, 8J.30 Ifpalditrlotlr In iwlvance '1-00 Fur Special terms to Clnhs seo iccond pago. Ratos of Advertising. 8hort advertisement, T4 eents por Inch for Orstlnnr Uon. Each subsequent Insertion, 23 cents per Inch. N. ehareje lou than tl.OO. Farorabla ratel fur extensive and yearly advertisers may be had upon application to Uio publishers, TUB OLD MAN IN TUB ciiimcit. STYLISH BT JOBS n. TATE. Well, wife, I've been to church tot' ay been to a sty Ulh ono And seeing you can't go from home, I'll tell you what waa done You would have been surprised to ace what 1 aw there to-day i The iliten were Bxed up eo fine Uiey hardly bowed to pray. I had on these coarso olothos of mine not much the...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 15 November 1872

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. T. II. IIOSKiNS, Ms D., lor. St. Mntlury, Vt., November 15, 1872. CLUB RATeTfOR 1B73. In order more rapidly to extend the circulation of tho 3P A. 3d. 3VE 33 OCT. , we now offer It In Clubs at tho following reduced rtos i Fire Copies, ono rear, for . . . . 3 73 Ten Copies, one year, for 10 60 and on copy free to the getter up of tho club. Twenty copies, one rear, for 30 00 anl one copy Iree to the getter up of tho club. 17" Cat Is accompany lite crjtrln it-try cai. Names need not be all at one Post-omco. All club lubtcrlptlom will be discontinued at tlio end of the tine paid for, unless rencwod, ample cople furnlihed freo to canvasson for clubs. Club lubtcalptlom may begin at any dctlred date. Let 11 ban Clubs started In every town. Begin at once, before agents of other paperi have forestalled you. Oo In with energy, and there will be no difficulty In gelling up aclub In every nelghborhoed tn the State. Fanneri rll admit that...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 15 November 1872

THE VERMONT FAliMHLi: AN AGUIOULTULiAL AND .FAMILY NEWSPAPER. MlohloU Market. Reported Ibr tlio Vr.nno!t FAnxnn liv A. J). It IB Ji AM), Produco Commission Morchant, 91 John Btrcct, Boston. Wednesday, November 13. Tho butler market has ruled rather quiet during the weok, nnd tn cruder lecllng In medium grades hiu pro .i1a.i . i.nt nnn irrndra continued Arm. and all loti ar- riving Wcro readily disposed of nt Ml prices. Wo no- tlco sale, of New orkand Vermont fall made nt N ffl) 31c, tho finest lots nt tho outsMo prico j nnd aomo extra lou at 31 HI 30. For straight dalrlei irf m 30o has been obtained Tor the Wst, and 'JO I3 83 for medium. Borer- 1 mind lota of common butter sold at IS IB 18e. Tho hert lota of fill made Western readily command 3 mic, and occasionally a shade higher lut tho hulk of tho salos haio been at loner prices. Sales ofchcoso hare hoen rather light, hut holders are confident and not anxious to foreo rales. Tho thanractlons In- cludo round lota of cholco factory ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 15 November 1872

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Jfitata. 'C1()IN(1 INTO lIHKnCHKS.'" ' Joy to Philip I ho this dy lias hli long coals cast away, And (the ehlldlili teuon gone) rut the manly breeches on. Officer on gay parado, Ilcd-coat In hll flnt cockade, Bridegroom In hll wedding trim. Birthday bean surpassing him. Norcr did with conscious silt Strut about In half tho sUtto Or the pride (yet free Irom aln) Of my little manikin Norcr was there pride or bllu Half 10 rational as his. Bashes, frockf, to thote tint need 'cm, rhlllp'a limbs hare got their freedom. He can run, or ho can ride, And do twenty things beside, Which hll petticoats forbade Ii he not k happy ladl Mow he'i under other banners He must loave his former manners i Bid adieu to female games, And forget their Tory names Fuss-ln-corncrs, hlde-and-sock, Sports for girls and puuloa weak! Batte-the-bcar he may now play at, Show his skill and strength at cricket Mark his distance, pitch his wicket i Bun about in ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 22 November 1872

VERMONT FARMER. s .A-IST A.C3-KIOXJXjTXJDFLA.Xj IF.A.irxcTII'Sr NEWSPAPER FOB T3HE33 H,XJI?.-A.XjISXS OP THE O-P-BBlSr 3OXJ3SrT-A-I0Sr STATE. YOLUMEn. ST. JOHHSBURY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1872, NUMBER SlT" I'LIIMSIIEII WKKKt.Y, ,t sr. aoitA'suvnw rr., 11V CUMMmCS&HOSKlWS. Tcrm.On copy, ot umium,.. lyi.sl) If paid (trlolly In aitranco 8.00 Tut Special tctins to Oluls fco secOn 1 page. Rates of Advertising. 81iort ailrcitlsements, 75 cents ptr Inch for flnt laser lion. Each latuoquont Insertion, 31 conts r Inch. Ne eharga lets llisn $1.00. FaroraMo rates for oxtonslre anil yearly alvcrtlcr inay he had upon application to tho puMlshors. For tho Vikmosi Fi.nmR. HANDY THE STKKHS. Handy tin steers, boyi, handy tho steers 'TIs s port and prolltablo too To yoko them up and drlre them about, And learn them nhat to do. 'TIs sport to soo tholr awkward gait First this and then that way they go, And then, with a sprlns, steers, boys, and all Plungo headlong Into tho snow. v Handy the iteors, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 22 November 1872

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. T. II. iiosuirss, Ms ) lMltor. St. Johnslnry, Vt.Norember 12, 18t2. CLUD RATES FOR 1B73. In order more rapidly to extend tlio circulation of the 3P A. H. 3Vt 33X1 , we now olTor It In Clubi at tho following reduced ratos FIto Uoplss, ono year," for ... Til Ton Cojlo, ono yehr, for .... 1C.W Mid one copy Vco to the Rotter dp of the cluli. Twenty ooplei, ono yew, for ." , 30 00 and one copy Ircolo the getter up of the club. iy Cos It accompany the order in eirry ta't. Names noed not be all at one Fost-offlco. Alt club subscription! will be discontinued nt the end of the time paid for, union renewed. (ample copies furnished free to canvasser! for clubs. Club subscription) may begin at any desired dato. Let i hate Clubs started In ercry town. Begin at once, beforo agents of other papers haro forestalled y6u. (Jo In with energy, anitthere wlUbo no illfllcuHy In goltlng up a club In CTcry neighborhood IntheStato. Farmers ell admit ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 22 November 1872

THE VERMONT FARMER; AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Stliuitctfi. ttostotl ttlai'fect. RepotlHi fot tho Vinmm 1'AnMRn lV a. i. it i mi a ni), , I'riulnne Commission Merchant, HI John Btrcct, Boston. Wedneedny, November 50, lliild inlnl ChrriD. Tli Butter market lias been rather quiet, end fir nil kind except tlio very finest tliero In an tinier fooling. Tho salea comprise cholco Iota of Now York nud Vermont fall nt M at :l Ic, nnil extra lota nt lie V ! Summer nnJ fall dairies com mand '.' arte, but only tho best ro wanted. Tlio stock of common nnil medium grndM lina accumulated nnd price nro In hut era' favor, Snlea rango rroin IS 00 !T0 V lb. Choice Western readily outntnauda 87 H 30o but poorer kinds nro not wanted 01 Chorea tlio trailo havo tiniugtlit very sparingly nnil iitleoa eased ofTnhout 'c j 111 from oxtr mo rates, IMnors, however, nro not forcing sales, nnd nn material decline Is anticipated. Tho sain orclioleo factory have btennt Komsc, nnd I e Is now tho highest f...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 22 November 1872

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Jpitfrahiw. TUB HLKVHNTH HOUll. Whist, air I Would ye plate to speak lsy And lt ) down thero by the dure t Bie sleeps, ilr, o light and it restless, She hears every step on tho Oaro. What alls her t God knows I She's been weakly For month, and the heat dhrlvet her wild The summer has waited and worn her Till she's, only tlie ghost of a child. All 1 hare I Yes the Is, and Ood help me I I'd three little darllnts beside, At putty as Iter ye ice, ilr, But wan by wan dhrooped like, and died, What wai It that Ink them, ye'ro aaklngt Why, porerty, lure, and no doubt They perlihed for food and froth atr, sir, Like flowers dhrled up In a dronght., Twasdroadful to loss them t Ah, was It I It loomed like my heart-strings would break, Hut there') dayi when wld want and wld lorroir I'm thankful they're gone, for tholr lake. Their father I Well, ilr, mints forglvo mo t It' a foul tongue that loweri III owni But, what wld the tthrikoi and t...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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