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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 29 November 1872

VERMONT FARMER. VOLUME II. PUIIUSIIF.O WKEKI.r, jtT ST. JTOHA'SMimrV, VT., 11Y CUMMMGS & H0SK1NS. Term. One copy, per annum,.... J'J- If paid strictly la adranco, For Special torms to Clubs see second page. lUtei of Advertising. Short adTertlsements, 74 cents per Inch for aretlnser- Uon. Each subsequent Insertion, j conn 11 . t Favorable ratos for extensile and yearly adTertlsers mr he had upon application to roe puonsnen. TUB PAIlMEnS' BONO. Sweet li the bread tbat toll bath won, And tweet the sleep It brings i And sweetly, when the day la done, My cheorful helpmate Jincs. How proudly round my hearth I lee My sturdy tons draw near I And 01 how kindly smiles on me Each one that's gathered here. A thousand songsters welcome me Forth to my dally tollt And flowers of many a form and hue, Upiprlnglng from the soil I The Spring, whoso promise beckons me To sow the needful grain t And glorious Autumn thankful shows Its harvest-mantled plain. The student, In his narrow cell, Reads by h...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 29 November 1872

T. II. IIOSKINS, 111; U., Dilllor. St. Johnslury, Vt., November 29, 1872. CLUB RATES FOR 1873. In nntor moro rapidly to extend tho circulation of (lie 3T -A. XX 3VT 33 XX, we now offer It In Clubs at tho following reduced ratos i Fit o Copies, ono year, for 19 73 Ton Copies, one year, for .... 10 M anil one eopy too to the Rotter up of the olub. Twenty eoplei, one year, for ... 30 oo and one copy Iroe to the getter up of the club. Hr" Cos It accompany fat erdtri rvtry tote. Names need not be all at one Post-ofBco. AH club subscriptions will be discontinued at the end of the time paid for, unless renewed. ample copies furnished free to canvassers for clubs. Club subscriptions may begin at any desired date. Let as hare Clubs startod In every town. Begin at once, before agents of other papers liavo forestalled you. Oo In with energy, and thero will bo no dinculti In getting up a club In every neighborhood In the State. Farmers rll admit that we need a live agricultural paper. Hero Is o...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 29 November 1872

THJfl VJii&MON'r tfAKMKRs AN AUUlOULTUllAL AND FAMILY NWSPAPEK. Ihvhcts, r mA Wiiki uia f.l 'ami hbWt w bAfr what a young ttfHWH (. g,H V Ht Vcrmonter tl.i nr&rVrrir vrnAn.fr VWAPiit A, J), man Ait ir ,l Produce (Mmmlwltm Mereliant. 31 John fj(rW, IWmi. Wr.nxxsiiAY Nolcbfitct 17. Iliitterjin.ltlicec. Tin llullcr.liiarkot.Is qnlcl, win, k tlfffilMHtmrtit let control nndwdrum' grades. lie i Really cho mudo at MJIinjl afewrcryflno :..u nntinr nmit rentir saio ill mil uncos. Tho sales tnelndo lots of Now lora una Vermont tap M.UUU I. -? , .k .. 1...... tf..lllM At iMIYI Oil SVI .'kid flit. niVuido for Uio hot straight lott. A few Invoices of Canada wcro recelvod, with salct of choice at SS J5 -3) Inoludldr. fine rail a tho ouUldo rlo. Th btyl West crn readily commands V a 300. Tho Cheese market I Vermont laclory, ami has not changed materially. Doi TO Uio for choice Now York and ' sorerni extra iuw sslol liaro Iwcn Ptl Vcnnonter thinks nliout tho wants of himself and Ins males, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 29 November 1872

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. BATtmPAY NIGHT. The tapper li over, the hearth li twept, And, In th irood-flrt'l glow, The children clatter to heir a tale Of that time to long .go When grandmamma! hair irat golden brown, And the warm blood came and went O'er the face that could toarce hava hen tweeter then, Than now In IU rich content. The face It wrinkled and care-worn now, And the golden hair It gray i But the light that thona In the young glrl't eyes Hat nerer gone away. And her needlet catch the fre't light, At la and ont they go, With the clicking mails that grandma lores, Shaping the itocklng toe. And the waking children lore It, too, For they know the itocklng long Drlngt many a tale to grandma't mind, Which they ehall hear ere long. But It bring! no ttory of olden time, To grandma't heart to-night Only a ditty, quaint and thort, It tung by the needles bright. Lift It a itocklng," grandma sayi , " And yourt It Jutt begun i Bnt I am knitting the toe 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. — 6 December 1872

VERMONT FARMER. -A.2ST -A.C3-DRiaXJXiTXJSl-A.Ij -A.3STX5 FJTs&XTj-T ZSTD3"W"SD?D?D3E?, FOR THE R.XJDRA.XjISTS QT THE O-RBEKT JVCOXJ3STTA.I3ST STATE. VOL. HI. NO. 1. ST. JOHNSBUKY, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 187 2. WHOLE NO. 105. lit I t en-mutt jgiAmtv I'llllt.tSUKO WKKKI.Y, . ST. .ro ir.vs it vn i 4 . "V CUMMINGS & HOSKINS. IT VT ri-iii.-Ono oopy, por. ; annum V e, j0( If paid strictly In adrinoc,, For Speelsl terms to Cluhs see socjmil page. ICTl Hates of Advertising. Short adrertlsement, 76 cents per Inch, for first inter tton. Each subsequent lnortlon. 9' eeatf jt Inch. Ne charge less than 11.00. Favorable ratoJ 'or oitenslro aid yearly adrcrtlse.-e may he had upon application to Uio publishers. (JOIN 1IOMK TO-DAY. Or WILL U. CAHLKTOX. My business on tho Jury' done the qulbblln' all Is through . I've watched tho lawyers, right nnd left, and Kara iny verdict true i I stmk to Ionic unto my chair, I thought I would grow In t Jt And If I do not know mytolf, they'll pit mo there art...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 6 December 1872

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND IT AMI LTfr NEWSPAPER. T. 1I IIOSKINS, M. ! Kdilor. St. Johntbury, Vt., December 0, 1872. DEATfToFhORAOE GREELEY. A great and good man is lost to his coun try aud tbo world. Ho Tell a victim to tho mcroilcss vengoanco of party Bplrit. It may not bo laid of him, in strictness perhaps, as was said of Julius Ctcsar : 11 Ingratitude, more strong llian traitor's, firms, Quito vanquished him " Hut thcro can bo littlo doubt that ho would bo alivo and well to-day, with a loog futuro of usefulness bo for o him, had tho American pcoplo reached that point of Christianization and civilization which would cnablo them to carry on a political canvass eencrous spirit, rather temper exemplified by a paper whioh some one, in a burst of prophctio satire, baptised a " Journal of Civilization." Whilo wo condemn tho savago character of our political warfaro, wc do not arraign any particular party. It is a sin of tho people, a sin in which every ono of ua has a shar...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 6 December 1872

THE VERMONT FARM. Eli : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY" NEWSPAPER. ? JEKnrhcts. Itoston Market. Reported for the Vmwokt Farmkr IiV J). iriJUiAiti), Produeo Commission Merchant, 31 John Street, Bolton, WftDitiuoAr December 4. Duller nmt Cheese. Thoro U no material change in tlio bultor market. Tho demand has boon quite moderate and on common and medium grades tho ten dency of price continue! In fator of buyers. Really eliolco low sustain full ratea and alt received haa been readily placed. The tain of Mew York and Vermont, fall made haro been at 32 fS 31c, although tome small fiarccli of gilt-edged will command I Sb 80 f To more, looil to choioo s ummor dairies rango from 'Hit Mo If lb. Tho belt Weatern fall readily commandi 27 It Sua In lots, but poorer grades are rery alow of lale. Tho chooso market rcmalnsn.ulet.and sales havo been prin cipally at II Ulo for choice factory and 13 O 14a for dairy. An occasional mild factory can bs aold at 15c, but this la an extreme price. Flour nuil O...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 6 December 1872

THE VERMONT FARMER AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. THE! SUMMKIl OF LIFE. BT A. A. HOWIHS. In th, chill of winter th Voir 1 Ine low Has a ilgh for the breeies of Juno, Tint amid the ttch bloMonu did balmily blow, And that breathed of tho airs of the blight Long Ago Which tho memory-Mil set In tone. Every heart has 111 winter, when some ronndod nrot ' Blips mi ay, to be tasted no more , When December look, backward to loving days, fleet That are Hod, with their lore and their beauty com plete, Out of roach, to an untrodden ahore. And the chlmei of affection ring (only and clear For the sunshiny dayi that are flown For the lorn and the hope, of the fast fading year For the relcei that made all the muslo ao dear In the Bummer of Life we haro known! 0 the Summer ol Life I It la bloemlng somewhere. Jnrt away o'er the mow-covered hlUn We ihall climb them, and under IU "blossoms wo thero Shall grow young with Inhaling IU balm-ecented air, By the aide of the iweet-tlnging rill I In a N...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 13 December 1872

FARMER A-3ST JL.GrTlTOTJTa'TTJJZlJTj -A-INTZD JlXXTST 3STBWSPAPBB FOR TKCB K,XJK,-A.XiIS1,S OIF THE GKREHDST l&QTJ2STTJsjlJSr STATE. VOL. III.--NO. 2. ST. JOHNSBUHY, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18. 1872. WHOLE jTO. 100. VERMONT I'Ulll.ISIIEK Wr.KKI.Y, .IT ST. .rOItA'SBVllY, VT.i nv cuHiyimGS&H0SKms. 'rrin4Ono copy, per annum,, S'i.JJO lfpM itrtctty In advance, 'J.00 For Sptclnl tctmi to Ululx too tocoml pajo. Rates of Advertising. Short kdrortlsoinentj, 71 oonti per Inch fur flratlru.r tlon. Eachiulequenlln!rtlon,!Hcontprlnoh. 'N. ehargo leu than $1.00. Farorahlo ratoi for otterulre anil yearly adrertlaen may be had upon application to tho publisher!. KAIlSI-YAniJ SOXM. Over the lilll tho farm-boy goes, Ills ihadow lengthen! alonx tho land i A giant tau in a giant hand i In the poplar tree, above tho fprlnic Tho katydid begin to tlngi The early dowi are falling. Into ttonc-heaps ilarU the inink ( The swallow! iktm tho rlvor'i brink And homo to the woodland fly tho crowi When over tho h...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 13 December 1872

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN A3RI0TJLTUKAL AND EAMILY NEWSPAPER. 'A44-rt4f,f SC$.,i.A4ME"Mnlm'reF uPn tn0 question of wht constitutes of tho doparted. Thcro was no jostling, no ffi'rT,,,rvT I Ant. 3" Any porson inpaRcd In breeding "'Owrcd wine, had named eommittocs tumultuous hasto to ouuiiiiurn camo in mo owes. AciTiwries 1 uiiuu uie luiiurTiEK sumocii ana points: r. 11. hoskins, m.n., i:nior. St. Johnsbury, Vt., December nnd Province Imfm-a tnpnttnnod. mav bo- coma a. member of llin Association bv slsn- 18, 1872. ine tho Constitution, nnd paying the sum of , two dollnrs, nnd shall be liable to nay such minuni sums tiicrcaiior, not exceeding two Thn T.ptrUtnlurn did the hnnd.enmn thlnrr dollars, ns the Hoard of Directors shnll Drc- ,y.h0rarmcrsgcnorally,bothin8u,tainingthe .ntl Hoard of Agriculluro, nnd in voting an np entitled to ono membership. ,. par.nn :,:.i nt, iui.nn.n. AitT. 1. Tho ofllcors nnd directors first propriation of 8500 in aid of tho Dairymen a choscn slm bo clcclcll fo...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 13 December 1872

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Eluvhcttf. Itonton Market. Reported for tlio Vrnuoifr Farmer by A. D. JUBVAltD, Produce Commission Merchant, 21 John Street, Boston. Wr.D.iKSKAr December II. Ilnltrr sunt Cheese. Tin demand for butter has been quite limited limine the week, snd prices have eased off about lo f lb. Lotsof New Voik and Vermont flno mil inado that a week or two ago would command 3.1 HI use, cannot now bo told for over 33c V lb, which I the highest price we quoto for round lota. Hood to choice dairies, summer ami winter made, ran so from il Clone, but it mut bo a desirable lot to command 3tia tf lb. Common grades are not much wanted and rale range all the way from 13 '.Wo tf lb. Really fine Waitern can bo told at 'HI 0 Ito, hut tho bulk of tho flock offering Is or an Inferior quality and It ilow of laleat prices ranging from 13 a in v lb. Buyers of cheese coutlnue to hold off and prices aro a shade easi er. Tho mica of choice factory liavo been p...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 13 December 1872

jfUjcriitufr, rilAMCiaiVINQ. Once more the liberal year laugh out O'er richer stores than gemi or gold i Once mom with limeiHonr and ihout Ii nature' bloodies triumph told. Our common mother rest and slnrs, Like Rnth, among her Earnorod thoavca i Iter lap U lull of goodly thlogt, Her brow U bright with autumn leaves. Who aurmun at hit lot to-day t Who worn hit natlro fruit and bloom I Or itghi for dalntlea far away, Beside the bouuteoui board of homo t Thank Heaven, lmtead, tliat Freedom'! arm Can chango & rocky toll to gold That braro and goneroui llrci can warm A cllmo with northern leei cold. And let theso altar wreathed with flower And piled with fruit, awake again Thankigtrlng for the golden houn, Tlie early and tho latter rain I John a. mtttur. TIIK OLD COUPM3. They ut In the tun together, Till tho day waa almost done i And then, at Ita close, an angel Stepped orer the threshold (tone He folded their hand together lie touched their eyolldi with balmi And their lut breath f...

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 December 1872

VERMONT FARMER. .AJNT A.a-maXJX.TXJS,-AJD -A.3ST3D PAMILY 3STH"WSEJPBK. FOR TUB BUBALI3TS OIF TUB CKRBEUST 30XJ3STTA.I3ST STATE. VOL. III.--NO. 3. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1872. WHOLE NO. 107. 6 gitb. rtlllUSIIKI) WKF.K1.Y, st .Toiixsnvn 11V CUMMINGS & HOSKINS. For th Virmoxt FlRMr.n. MR. SEMOUR'S AYRSHIRE3. I had an opportunity a short titno since, ol looking over a small herd of Ayrshiros, eighteen in number, belonging to II. E. So mour, Esq., of St. Albans. Mr.Semour, al though not a farmer by profession, yet having shattadrorUmenti, ?6oenUperlnchrrnritlnm; a fanoy for pure bred stock, has taken much lion. Ecliiulioquei insertion, -.accnwpMiiicu. elitree losi than $1.00. rrm.--0n. copy, per annum,.... IfpaMitrlctly In adtance, 4.00 For BptclM terms to Clnla tee tocond page. Ratoi of Advertising-. Farorable ratei tot extonslre and yearly adrertlaen max be had upon application to ths publishers. I.IVINO OH A FARM. How brightly through the ralit of yean, My quiet coun...

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 December 1872

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 'I', II. IIOSK1NS, Mi ! llilltor. Si Jofoistmrtj, Vt., DeUmher 20,1872. AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES SEN ATOR MORRILL'S SPEECH. Our readers aro well awaro how earnestly interested wo have shown ourselves in bo half of a better education for tho rising gen. crntion of farmers. Firmly convinced that in tho present ago of tho world no class, no matter how large or oven how rich, can over ndvanco its prospects and defend its rights against tho natural encroachment of other classes, without bcitnr armed with all tho modem weapons ol knowlcdgo and science, wo shall never ccaso to urgo upon tho read ers of tho Vermont Famier tho vital impor tance of maintaining their frco schools in tho highest condition of vigor nnd effectiveness. Tho farmers of Vermont aro really inoro in terested thau any other class in tho stato in popular education, lly their great majority - . .. . . . . . I Df numbers they arc, indeed, themselves, 'nr. 1-Eorc.K, ye...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 20 December 1872

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICUXjTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Mloxtott Market, Tlcportotl for the Vbmiom FAnuKit 1v A. . HMJIAJW, Produce CommMon Merchant, 81 Jolin Blreot, Boston. Wr.D.tEttiAY December 18. Iliillcr nnil Cheese. Fine fait butter meets with n ready sale at full prices, but the demand for all other kinds contlnuos ljelit nnl prices are barely susUtlnod. We notice sales of round loft of Mow York nnd Vermont full mado lit 31 in .Dc, and selected parcels at a higher ranzo, Tho best summer dairies rang from S7 9 Otto, and medium from 'M m 3.V) If lb. Common Is dull and fells principally from 15 S ISO V The demand for cheoso lias Icon light, and prices are harely rustalnod, A fetr extra lots of lino factory Sold at 150, hut the bulk of tlio sales haro been at 14 IR I lie, nnd Holi the iifirint tt a nunta for round lots, farmers' dalrvlsln light supply, with sales mostly at 13 IS) Ho If lb for the- host. Bales oi meuiuin enrt-su range irom ii w ijo sr id Finns- stud tirnln. Th...

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 December 1872

THE VERMONT FARMER: AJST AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Jfttcriitutx. AVIIK.V SANTA CI.AUS COMKH. A cooU Umo If coining i I with It were her I Tin tcry lest lime In Iho whoh of tlio yart ' I'm counting each day on my Angers and thumbs, Tlie irceVa that must para before Banta Claua comet, (lood-bye for awhile, then, to lessons and tchool We can laugh, talk and sing without "breaVIng tlio rule," No trouhloaome spelling, nor writing, cor turns There's nothing hut play-llmo when Santa Claus comes. I suppose I ihall hare a new dolly, of course My last one wai killed by fall from her hone I And for Harry and Dick thero'll be trumped and drum, To deafen us all with, when Santa Claua comes. I'll hang up my itocklng to hold what he brings I hope he will nil It with lota of nice thlngi He must know how dearly I lore angar-pluma I'd like a Ms box full when Santa. Claua cornea. Then when the flrat snow-flakes begin to come down, And the wind whittles (harp, and the branohes aro brown, I'll ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 27 December 1872

VERMONT FARMER. AJT AQ-J&IQTJXjTTTRAXi -AJN-r IF-AJIMIIITir iraWSPAPBR FOE TUB DRTJR-AJGISTS OF TECB C3-B.BB3ST MOXJ3Sri-AwIlT STATE. I Br- r I- VOL. III.NO. 4. l'UM.UHKl WKKKt.T, st. jroitjvsmvnv, nr CUMM1HGS k H0SK1HB. Tarm.-0 copy, pit annum Iftldstrttlr In adranc, F.r Special termt to Clabi im tecond pes.. Rates of Advertising. ...9.60 Short advertisements, 7 eenU p.r Inch for Brit Inser tion. SCAAlienbteauenl insertion. 4) cents pet wea. Favorable rUi for extenslre and yearly advertisers stay b had npon applieauoa 10 u pnousners. For the Vioxt riiuu. WARMING DAT. Tls waMnt day to-day I know not wh.t to lay, My wife's o crocs i 8h ttormi and fretl and scolds, And i&yt ih always told M. ahe'd b. boM. Her hands ar In th. ends, And all th. dirty duds " LI. on th. floor, rr Whll. 1 brrt her itand, To do, at her command, Borne seeded chore. I'm patient ae a lamb, And try molt .very plan Tokeepherooolt Bat Ore li In her eye. And thunderlngly the criM, Oh, Whit a Tool! The chil...

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 December 1872

r. it. iioskin.s, ji.n. iiiiiioc .S7. Mnshuru, 17., ' December 27, 1&72. & JL POSTAL RATES ON SEEDS &o. II AfouM'bo inlcreslTBg" lo Luowwlio"iT wm that vculured upon tho trick of charg ing the rates of postage- upon pnckagen-of needs, scionsy Ac, in?tho law parsed nt tho last rfffion ot CdugTcss in relation to tho matter. Members ofXongrc88 dcblaro " tKat thcro wm no Intention of making any such charge, that the object of tho bill was to make tho postal law stilt tnoro liberal, in stead of curtailing tho facilities already af forded, Thcro seems to bono, (Joubt that tho law as it stands is a picco of trickery, played, apparently, In tho interest of tho cz press Companies. ISy it tho rates aro doubled upon all that' class of mailablo matter, and the limit of weight for single packages cut down from four pounds to twclvo ounces. Tho effect of this law is practically to oi clndo tho greater portion' of the seed busitioss from tho mails, and throw it into tho hands of the ex...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 27 December 1872

Tff VERMONT Ffilpfi: AN AGRICUTyUAL AND FAMILY yWSPAPER. IfnntoSi .iturtitt. A JJ. JtlJiliAJll), Produco Commission Merchant, 31 Jotm Street, Dot ton. ' Wr.risttsiur December . nutter nnil Clieee.-TliO market has ruled iiulel during the week .ami .prices, are .unchanged, There hart been salesor fine rail made New York nl Ver mont at 31 IW 3lo t lb. wltli a ready sale tor all of, ttiLa Wind arriving, Snmrner anil full diaries sold slowly at rrom 31 B 300 V IN tire Utter flgnre fur the licit. Some receiver" report lllieral sales of common, ranging rrom III ft IS V lb. HeitrarlotforUamulvMitter have been void at at (ID a rnr choice. The tales of cheese hare ' liven limited tomnajl lots for present us and rrtee are without change, For choice factory I lie Is tlio out ride for round lots, hut iome holders refuse to tell their twit lot under lie V to. Cbolco diary baa bl told at 13 4TB iflc tj lb. i Flour and CI ruin. The demand for flour Is steady and the market continues to sustain full...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 27 December 1872

THE VERMONT JTARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. IilPK THAT KISSKD MB Wlta AtlO. IT HOWARD T8CMT0X. , Lips that kissed e lone; ro, Ye wer. flr, and ye wet meet I Tender Hps, I lored you ao, Mine yet often need to meet. Then Lore tang III gladdest aong; Then Ho wore IU blithest smile i For your klues ripe and ions Thrilled my being alt the while. Then the days were young and fair, Uolden with axlory bright, ,' Life was like an answered prayer, IloUlna; In It ran delight. Nerer came a clonj a bore, Merer waned the golden glow, i Nerer ceased the tone; of lor, ( IJpe that kissed me long ego I Nerer came t Nay, 1 forget) Erery glad thing perliheth i Cheeks that amlle will aoon be wet t Blossoms aweeteat fade In death. All the golden klory fled, Lore a ead aong chanted low i And a long adieu we satd, Mpa that kissed me long ago I All, ye tender lorlng llpa I What li day without the sunt When unending Ita eollpae, Hai not then the night begun t In the darkness stilt I wait, Loo...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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