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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 12 August 1871

itnvAij T. HAI, tT.M.MIXUS, Pi opi'lrtor. II. IIOSKI.NS, 211. 1J., IMIInr. NEWPOHT, SATUUDAY, AUG. 12, 1871. voi.. i, ak. :. Teriui.,9 1.(10 iht Amiimi. ruu.ism:i r.vnuv satuicdav AT XHWPOHT, OIM.KAXS COl'XTY, VT. ROYAL CUMMINGS, PROPRIETOR, T. H. HOSKINS, M. D., EOITOR. TKlt.MS i One 'loll.ir per mmuni, piyntiW in mlrniice. All pilnillcoiitliiul wlien tlie tlme p.ild fure.xplrM, AilvertlwineiiUliKcrtol for iO cenH r liicli, nrtt ItKcrtlun; Ji ccntj piT liich, racli ulnuent Imerlloii. Twtlve llnw of 1 tlil slic tyw m.iVe au tncli. Q" W7i a lilue criws l mwle nii.iln.t thh purajrmpli It iWnotn tli.it tlie ulncrlptloii expln-n tht nnt torrk: We' liall 1 plcuseil tolwve It reneneil, iiml ulve tlmi mucli iiO tlee 1 11 onler that tlio julcrllx:r nw.il not mls iiny iiniilwr. I TIIK IIKEF.DI2VG OF PI.A2VTS J1V II V-' IIIIIUIZATIOX, SKI.ECTI02V, .fcc. lio not known nositivoly tlmt it was tlio prod ilct of :i kernol lm "ilimilil li.n. thought tlioro woro scveiiil variotios of whoat niixcd to...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 12 August 1871

282 Ucvnicmt Jftirms. TIIE I'AIOI OF II. A. SUJIXEU, IIIIAX 1HIX, VT. In roviowing the notieeable itoms of tlio trip to IJrandon in Juuo, many things aro worthy of rccnrd that must bo passed by. In tlio Champlain Valley, through Shelburne, Charlotte aiul Vergennes, tlm seonery is vory attractive to ono who ndiniros :v good farm ; tlierc aro lovel fiohls nnd pnsturos, thrifty orehards iinil woll kopt farm huihliugs. As wo swing into tho valli'y of tho Ottcr Crock, froni Middlebury to Brandon tlio good intor val land contiuucs. In sonio casos it lics so low tli:tt nnmy acrcs aro yet unroclainiod from swnmp nnd 1og. Hrnndon wo lind to bo u villngo so shaded by trocs nnd irrogular In sliapc tbnt ono ol M'fvntion gives no cstimatc of its size. Its small Imt tidy ):u k is shaded by nbotit sev-cnty-live nice niaplos. Its hotel is woll kept: its sido wnlks aro of white marble; its indu tries nn nll nbout. Around tliis eornor is a largo osttiblishiuout for ninking Hnwo's seales; ovor tlio br...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 12 August 1871

283 IIAISIMI IM(iS FOIt l'KKSII POIIIC. Thu niost prolituhlu hrnnuh of pig rai.-ing uiitl fuuding is to gut tliu pigs fut at from tliruu to four mnutlis nlil, and m-11 thcin Ibr fresh pork. If of thu right hruud, and wull fattud, thuy aru as tundur, juiuy itnd ilelicioiis as a turkuy. Tliu niost provoking thing nbout it is, that tliu fow ciistomurs wlio know wliut choico uating suuh n pig rually is, uannot gut it; and thu fow fanuers who prodtiuu it can not gut lialf what it is worth. It is a fact al niost uuknown in thu Ainurican markuts. Till itis knowu, thosu of us wlio raiso tliu ar ticlu in pcrfootion niiist cuntent oursulvus witli suuh priccs as wu uan gct, iti hopus whun it hcuomos known wu shall gut wliat it is uctually worth. llut uvun now, at tliu prus unt Iow pricu such pork hrings, it will pay as woll as any othur branuh of farniing wliieli, it iuu.-t bu uonfossud, is not vnry inuuh. Taku Micli a ws as iny younj; -.scx sow, tliat at a little ovur four iuontlis old weighs...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 12 August 1871

284 VERMONT FARMER. fercsjjtmbwcc. KAIIMKIIVS IIOYS AN API'MS THKKS. To thc J'Aiitor of thc Vermont Fitrmcr: In your paper of.Iuno Sifli, wliicli is bc foro ino, is iin articlo ontitled, "Tliu Hoy who wns Kncouragod." Tlnit way of doing busi ness is nll right, as fnr as it reaehes. Hut, who aro tlio lioys tlmt got diseouraged? Spaeo A)rl)u!s the nttenipt t tcll of ull tho ways in wliicli iur faniH'rs' boys aro drivon from tlio farm, from lioinu, itnd to tlio well, no mattor whore, so long thoy can lind syinpathyand vmnpaiiionaliip. I as licartily dilike a "band-box" gontle niaii as nny ono; liy tliat I inoaii a lioy who ftruts in a pair of ragged ootton glovos, and becattso lii dotiug papa lias told hiiu lit; was lianiNomo onough to livc without work, tltinks lio inutbo intendod for a presidont, and expcets to beeonie one soini' day with out uiakin tlio neeossary eflbrt. Unless tlmt boy lias too miich commoii sonso to bo spoiled, his ond is plain. Thcro is anotlior extretno in tlie ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 12 August 1871

VERMONT FARMER. (Scncral dtcnrs. A Sehcnectady olilor wnnts to dio tho mosquitoos aro so bad. Countloss millious of grashoppors pass through St. Josoph, Mo., sookiug huinos in tho fnr west. lim Sims, n eolorod gontlcmnu who useil to liddle in saloons in Savannah, Gu., is now a distriet judgo in South CuroliiM. Contral I'nvk, in Xew York city, oontuins 6(15 aeros, and S10,000,000luis beon exponded in laying out and oiubollishiug tho lsiuil sinee 1853. A I'hiladclphia haek-drivcr reeontly ear ried :i deail man nround tho city for ItciIT a day, ntul didn't know it until ho uudcrtook to colloot faro. Sonio truublo has occitrvctl iu :m llliuois town by tlio discovory tli.it a Judgo has for soveral months past boon swearing witncssos on a diotionary. A Richmond girl has boon crying ovor sinco tho 3d of May, yot lior hard-hoarted father says ho won't givo lior no throe shil lings to buy a pannior. Two yoiing nicii in tho P. F's., of Spring fiold, L. I., werc turnod out of church tho othor ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 12 August 1871

280 V BRMONT F A K M E 11 . atrics' gepartmcnt. MKASUIII.XO TI1K IIA1IV. We lae.Huriil the rlntniM Kihy Apuiit the cutlaye wall A IM.V iitvw nt the lliri'li"M, Aml the Iniy wa. Jut u. tall ! A r...ml iIkit III), Wlth ti ufpurpleiiml K"M. Aml a eup like n jenelleil ihatliv, The frnpraiit tlew tu hiM. Wlllmut the liliulilril. tthlsthil lllpli up in the nf treeii, Aml to iirnl fn at thu wlmluw Tlie rctl nwe pvkeil her liees ( Aml tlitf wee plnk ll-u the Imliv Were never a tiiotnt'iit ytill ! Sii.itchiii nt hlne iuiil shiuhiw Tlmt chnwl iiii the l,ittloe..III. lll tyvt nere wl.te a Mue UIW lll muiitli Itke a MuHcr tmhlowii Two little hare ft, llke fumiy white tnlee, LVeiil uut fri.m hl mmy gown t Aml wo thoucht, wlth a thrlll "f rapture, Tli.it yet hj.l a t'linh uf aln, Wlitrti June rlta an;uml wlth her roei, We'll meai'iire tlie Imi" ai:aiii. Ah me ! In a .l.irki'iiinl eh iiiiIkt, Wltll tlie gilii'hlne hut away, Thruiigh tcara that Ml llke blttir raln, We ine:iiureil the l"y to-lay ! A...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 12 August 1871

V E R M O N T 3 A R M E R . 287 JlcHcjtaus. tiik ki:kim:u op sii,vkh. tifM.DKX Tiioiroiirs. A fow inontlw ngo, 11 fow latlics who inot togcthor m Diihlin to rcad tlio Sciijtiii-i's, aiiil niako theni tho snlyfft of coiivorsatiou, woro reading tho. 3d clmptor of -Malnchl. Ono of tho hulios gavo ns hor opinlon tlmt tho Fllllcr's Soiin i und Kofinov of Silvor wnsi tho snnio inmgo. tho sunctifying inflticnco ofl'" 1,1 l""-'--t'nn ; swnrnis ol insoctswill sur tho gruco of Clirist: whilo anothorroinurkod ro"1"1 1,1 ,1,p s"sli"' tlmt thcro is soiuothing roinarkahlo in thol lf trutli ho ostahlishcd, nhioctionsuro noth oxiro.ion of tlic tliird voise: ling. Tho ono i foiindod on our knowlodgo, "Ilo slmll sit us n rolinor nnd inirifier of 1 tlio othor in onr ignoraneo .loys nro tlio llowcrs droppod in our pnth, liy tlio hnud uf I'rovidonco. Ho tlmt is too good for good ndvioo is too good for his iicighlior's coinpauy. A iiii'(! olmrnotor is liko polixhcd .stcol if diiiiniod hy hronth, it nlmot...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 12 August 1871

288 V E U M O N T P A 11 M E 11 Korn is :i scrial. I :mi glad iv il. Itgot l namo froin St-rit's, u priniitiil wo 111:111, aud in hor ilay tho goddess v oats and .-ii-h liku. Korn is omctimcs oalled niai.e. aud it grows in xtini1 parts of tlu We.Mern coiintry vorv aniaii'nly. I havo m-cu it ont thero 18 foot hi (i don't mean tho aktual koni itself Imt the troo on whieh it grows.) Korn lias ears, liut novor has Imt ono oar, which i.s nsdeft'as an addar. Iniim nu.'al 17. mado imt of korn, and korn dodgors I. niadc out ov Iiijini moal. aud kurn dodgors aro tho tufl'ost eliunks of tho liread piirswnshun known to uian. Korn dodgors aro mado ov watcr, witli In jun mcal mixt into it, and thon bakcd on a hard board, in tlio proscneo ov a hot fire. lien yu kaut dnvo a 10 ponny nail into thom with a sledgo hamincr, thoy aro said. by goodjudges, to bo woll douc,und aro rod dy to bo chawed upott. They will kcep 5 years in a danip plaoo, and not gro tondcr, and a dog hit witli one ov thum will y...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 19 August 1871

i f 4 3333 Mfch HOVAf. C'V.1I.1II(iS, I'roin li lor. ) T. II. HOSICI.Vs, .11. I)., Kitiloi-. $ 1M MI.ISIIK1I KVK.UV SATflillAV AT XKWPOKT, OlMiKAX.S UOUNTY, VT. ROYAL CUMMINGS, PROPRIETOR, T. H. HOSKINS, M. D., EOITOR. TKItMS: Oneilollar jxr unnum, jitynMe in W:in. All i Mj:fs tll4continuel when tlie titne palil for e.xpirni. Ailvrrtleinentilnwrtel for M cviiUitIiicIi, flMtlrwrtion; j ii cenU ikt lncli, wicli ulMi'ucnt Imcrtlon. Twtlve line of thl rie lyv im.t nn lnch. X? Whm 11 lilue crt U mivle nmlmt th I-t raraKraph lt iltrnott-a that tlie gubjcription explrv lAr nrxt xi'ttk, We 1 ihnll lw i'loiifil to Imve lt reiwwnl, nml nlve thuf inucli nn. ' tfce In onler that tlie lulwcrlbcr ueeil not mUt nny numner. NEWPORT, SATUKDAY, AUG. 19, 1871. ( VOI,. 1, Sn. 37. Tvl'liln, S 1.(10 jin- Aiiiiiiiii. IIISTOUICAI. SKKTCII OF TIIK DUTCII OH IIOI.STKIX CATTJ.E XOXV IX TIIE VMTKD STATES. II)- Z. E. Jiiiiukiii, .Srii f Inrj- Oi-Icnua Coulily AKrlclllliliiil Sucltty, hii1 a membtr of tlir Vrrmu...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 19 August 1871

290 T. II. IIOSICINS, M. D., Killdir. Communleatlons aud lcttcri relatlnt: to the editorlal man agcincnt of the .iH.r shouM lie mlilreunl to tlie Killlor. All otluT thoulil Ik! aiMreMctl to the l'ubllthir, or slninly to tlie Fahmer. Both, however, may be rcacheil ln the anie tetter. A SOH TIIINC. I'rofossor Collier, Seerctury of tho Stiitn Hoard i)f Agrieulture, h:is Usued a blank retiirn to bo llllutl out by tho seerctury of oach iij5nu11Itm-.il and horticultural soeiety of .the stato. It embraces all iniportaut points in regard to tho liuaucial coudition nnd op orations of these societios, and will, if prop r1y lillod, put tlii! Board, and througli it, tlie legislattiro and tho publio, in possossion of lnueh vuluablc inforniution. In other slntos linancial uid is givon to such soeieties froni tho st:ito treuury, aiul we tliink a proinpt uttcntion on tho part of tlm societios, throngh the propor ollieer, to lilling and returning thoso blunks niay beoome a basis for siinilnr aetiou ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 19 August 1871

VERMONT FARMBE. 291 IIISTOKILAI. SKHTC1I OV TIIK DIITCII oit iioi.sti-.in cvttijE niiw in TIIK U.MTKl) STATKX. (Cuiitinncil from Jirnt imje.) 12j()pounds II vi weight: uro very iiiiict and gontlo: liolil imt tlirnugh the seiwm, giving n good lli)v iifinilk len or elevon tiiniiths, with proper I'ooil. Thi:ir hutter is eolorod us highly ns tlisit produeed by tho Jersoys, iiml I think is finor llnvoreil. Tho tiulls uro nlso liilot iiml gcntle, so inuch so tliat I nover h:ul to put :i rinij in tliu nosi! to hundlo theni ut nny uge. They uro fust walkers iiml the grades niake tliu iinest working oxen I have cvcr seen, being gonerally blnok und white, iind often liiivo blnok emh with whito bolt urouud the body. I have ono eow that hasn ealf twelvo daysold that has given for tliu past week an uverago of 1!) pounds of nnlk a tlay, and ouu with a calf filteen days old tliat has nvoraged 53i pouiuls a day, antl tliny travel lialf :i niilo to pastnrc and have no feod Imt what thoy gct there." ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 19 August 1871

292 VERMONT FARMBR. Htisccll;mc0us. TIIE MISEU AND TIIE DEVIL) Olt, TIIE NEW HEN ADD'EM. Ml-Ur Ikii AiMYtn uct tlie uM Alwn Alm ! I tfrleve to Kiy, tlicre nrc precluus fcmi Uf hoary.hcadeil ealnti llke hlru 011 rnrth Iu f.ict, uf aulnts of any kliuluricartli K.Uu Iti iikmUtii timeii, wheii men Hut seMoiit neeil nvonllnjj iinK'Cl'it ien Tn inite thilr love of or fellmr-cmttnre t Kor, plalnly wrltten In tlielr eviry featnre One KCt that (iolilV llicir Hll-al.orllijr p.ulon. The pl thiy wnrililp, .Miiiiiiikmi, It lu f.iahl.m In mir ilegeiii'rateil.ii. Tlie nl That Miiltc thrin lliey wouM kmtl to kl, if hIi.nI Wlth rvclmi nwtal, tior woull ilcem It lu To Kt n calf tlulr tcmplct lu Aml orhlp It 1 Tl f tlic ndf.iiame cIiim That iny Ikn AiMYiii . The only ni.- Ilc larvil u tlc for wa n nu4 i.f fuM Make lait hl IwnU i.f th.it, tlwyM oft Ik- tM Wlth iloii fcrvor ( lir wouM carcrly ml To prlnt tlwm niany a palotute kl, Aml tdl hl tarrnl rofciry wlth u teal Nonc but h nilwr'a rtmry lieart couM...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 19 August 1871

VERMONT FARMER. 293 (Scitcral Itcms. A huok iit (Jhiengo is eulled u vorniinngory. A hugo Misi niouster hus uppoarod to thu fuirbathors iit Xnhant. l'robubly u mcr 111:111. Tho wonion of Portland, Or., nro makiiig tlienisolves olYensivo totluiir fatidionsbroth. ers ly snioklng in tlic stroets. Xow Ilampsliire is doseribed ns u State wliich would lui ms large 11s Illinoi if it woro only ns llut, Imt is cruniplod up until it can 1)0 tuokcd into uniere cornur oftho mup. A uiiin :it Mount Vernon, 111., who rceont ly got lnuiTied, wns so overcomo liy tho eliango in his eondltion, tlmt liu spont tlio lirst night iu tliu woods iuiil ran :iv:vy tlio licxt diiy. A counlry newspaper, wliich rouontly spoko if 'bnttorod tliunder." aiul wus uked by u contemporary if tliat had any allinlty to "grcased lightning." msinlfostetl somo angor in explaining tlmt niuttored thunder wus wliat wus lntended. "You liavo eonsidprnble Ilouting popula tion iu this village, haven't you?" aked u strangcr of ono of...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 19 August 1871

294 YE K M O N T F A lv M E K . Catiics' gepartmcnt. HAiio iii:ns. Thu iilua that thu soft sidc f n plunk inukus thu bcat coueh whun onti gets uud to it, was long ngo cxplodcd. l'coplo who "wlmt is what," who road tlii1 nowspapors aud mcun to bc soniobody, don't helievu u wordofit. Thosu wlio havu scttlcd down to u I)iogunes-in-thu-tub lilo ncccpt thu doe trinc. It is truu tliat tliu tircd maii or wo iiiaii will rdcop souiiilly oit :t hard bed, and habit may inaku tliu hardncss dcar to tliein. It i.s alo truu tliat Xapolcon's aoldicrs slcpt whilo 011 tliuir mnrcli homuwurd from llus and sonio of tlium may baru beconio at tachud to luconiotiou and slucp nnHud. Xot-with-tamliiig all tbis, thosu wlio havu onco fult tliu almost hiiiuan kimlne.s aud warmtli ofa hair mattrcss hcncath tliciu, caiinot go back to atraw and husks without a pang. Wu ilo not rccomiiiunil softncss, but ulas ticity. l'uathurs, oxcupt in vury cold woath- cr, aro uiiwholcsomc, bccaiisu they rt'tain an uxcess ofwari...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 19 August 1871

VERMONT FARMER. 295 Bcliigiaus. c;oon ixi'i,iii:xci:s. Wo woro forcihly imprcssod with a ra mark in ono of thoso pxcollont Mothors' I.ot tors: "Whoro is the sonso in trying to stop tho llood? Mnny whoso pons woro oloittont, aud voiccs porsuasivo, lmvo trii!l in vain." It is trno tlio llooil is not stoppod; lmt who i::in imngiuo wliiit or whoro icc. would havo boon. hsul nll who oarnostly nml ooiiscionti ously woro trying to uso tlieir iultnunco for good, ooaed frmn thoir oflorts hocnuc thoy could not soe tlio rcsults. What sort of liiou nml woiiicu would our childrcii bpeomo, if wo woro to bo discotiragod bccanse thoy sooniod regardloss of our toachings, nml witlthold our coii-tiiut. pationt, loving and coiistraining caro fruni thom. Whoro would our schools lm if tho toachors, who could not disoovor iit onco tlio ndvanconioni of thoir scholars, should s:iy. "Thoro is no uso of my trying to teach, my pupils loarn nothing?" What if oach of our niiiiistors should say, "My proacliinir d...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 19 August 1871

296 PKX-S" TTKHS. ' I don't likii tlniM! inighty lino pronchers who romul off thcir M'lileneos m boautifiilly tluit thoy aro suro to roll oinho .innor's con cionco. ,'dirlinttt Ilill. ' "Johnny, what do yon oxpoct tn do for n li iiig whi'ii you got il imiu?" " Woll, I tvcknii I'll get niiirrii'il iintl hoard with niy wife's inother." "YouM botter look out for yonr hoss1 fct't abovo horo, initor," said a ragged boy to a travolcr. "Why," said tho gontloninn nor vously pulling up. " 'Cos thoro's :i fork in tho road tliure," was the eaiulid reply. "I wish yon liatl boen Kve," said :ui urohiii to si stingy olil iiunt.proverbial for lier ineati nos. "Whyso?" "liocauso."saidho, "you woiilil liavo oaton all the apple, iiistoad of .liviiling it." A sad dog om; wlio tarrios long at his wliitiu. Kaitli knnws tlioro tnv 110 iuiKr-sil)ilitu,-s with (Jod. and will trn-t hiin whon it oannot iraeo kini. Tho dillorcneo botwoen a iMierinun aml a I Minictiuics go nuiidng along tho stroot to M'O llOW 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. — 23 September 1871

ilOYAI. CII.1IMINOS Prnirlt'lor. ) T. II. IIOSICI.VS, .11. I) uuitor. j l'UllI.ISIIF.I) F.VKKV SATUKDAV AT XEWPOKT, ORLEANS COUXTY, VT. ROYAL CUMMINGS, PROPRIETOR, T. H. HOSKINS, M. D., EDITOR. TKMMSi One dolbr per auuum, payable ln adrance. All papew illcontlnuitl when the tlme pald for explres. Adrerlliements Inserted for 50 cents per liicli, flnt lnsertloni 2S cents lwr inch, cach subseciuent liucrllon. Twelve llncs of this slie lype make an Inch. XT When a blue cnws U made agatnst thli paragraph lt denotcs that the subscrlptlon explres tht nnt icitk. We shall 1 pleased to have lt renewed, and glve thui much no. tlce ln order that the sulncrlber iiced not mU aiy numbers. $xrmant Jfarms. FAK3I OP TIIOMAS IIAKKIl, ItAUTOX. ksq,. Among tho notablo farms of Xorthern Vermont must bo inentioncd this of Mr. Bakur's. Notablu on aeeount of its sizu (iibout six hundn'd ncros) and its now, oxtoiisivu and eonvuiiiunt buihlings, thu good nianago nicnt nnd productiveness of its tillago land, a...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 23 September 1871

330 VERMONT FARMER. T. II. IIOSKINH, M. II., Kdltm-. Communlcatloni aml letteri relatlng to the cdltorial man. agcment of the pajier ihould be adrirrsed to the Kdltor. All othert ihould beaddresscdtothe Publlsher, or ilmplyto tlie Farmer. Iloth, however, may be reachcil In the samc lettcr. A 1IOIISK .lOCKKY'S OIWiAN ON THE 1IAUTON IIOKSE TIIOT, Tlioro is iv paper published in thn city cf New "i ork, tlio titlo of whieh is " Tttrf, Ficld antl 1'imii." Somo tiino since wo printcd nn cxtract from its coliuuns, whcroin ngrioultur :il feociuties wcro styled "Green I'umpkin Axsocintinns," mut ii feeble attempt msulo to east oiliuni npon such of tlicm as rofused to l)o trunsformcd into "Agrieultural IIoss Trots," lor thu bcni'lit of tho sportiug com lnunity nnd their attendant pickpockots, bullies aud lmmmcrs. Tiio papor referrod to frequently oxercises its wit npon tlio farinprs, althongli it elaims to reprosent " tho Farm." In tho number bcforo us thero is an nrticlo in whieh the honi'.-...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 23 September 1871

VERMONT FARMER. 331 TI1K STATE FAIU. Wo hist wcck gavo :i briof account of tho horncd stock, shoop, swino and poultry, on uxhibition nt thu Fair of tho Stato Agricul tural Soeiety in St. Jolinsbury. iioi:sr.3. Thu entries of horses weru ns followa: Stock- HomcA. J.is. Vance, Albany, 1 liorse, 5 cnlts. W. lt. Stre. Ur, Fi.t Hitrkf, 1 sUlllon ft! yenr old "Slieniinn Morgan," 5 clt- ( Oeo. Davlii, Kaft Montpelier, 1 four-jear-old ttallion I. II. llates, Hartland; Charles Uate, Peacham) (1. W. I'riitt. Coventry W. U. (llenson, llarnet j Franklin Viiiicc, North Danville i S. 0en, Waterford A. 0. Cuni. mlngs, MontielIer t W. II. llurd, Lyman 0cnr Carleton, Wtd Fairlee ; 11. W. (lilnian, Northfield i A. 1'. Vance, NeuMirt; J. l'etcrs, llradfurdj J. W. Hoy, llarnet U. L. Stlniits, Highgate John I'tton, Morristown ( K. II. Clark, Cabot W. 0. Mesene, and C. M. llucklns, Topsham j 1. C Connor. Calmt (I. M. Steven, Lnncastcri (1. Ilarpin, Ilar nard Wm. Farwcll, llarre t Thuinas ltancour, Waterf...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 23 September 1871

332 VjifiRMONT FARMER. DOES IMIOSPIIATK PAY 1 To the Kdilor ofthc Vermont Fanncr: This is hccoinlng u question of vast inipor tancc to tho farming commuuity. Our niar kctsarccrammcd withartificial manurcswith which to liumhug tho lioncst. hard worklng fanncr. Tlio proprictors of theso artificial manurcs aro pockcting ull that is, and all tliat can bo niado out of thom, whilo tho farnior scldom gets his nionoy back. Wliile tho nianufacturcrs of thoso manurcs aro hoanllng np tlieir ill-gotton gains in untold nuinhcrs, without taxing to any grcat cxtent thcir niusclos or thcir brains, tho farnior who lias used thcir trash is taxing his wholc phys ical power aml brains to thcir utnicist eapac ity in ordcr to conio out ovcn at tlio cnd of tho year. Tho extcnt of fraud in tho nianu facturo of these artificial mantircs rendcrs it decidcdly dangerous for any ono to uso thcni. Tlio matiufacturors aro niost of thcni nicn that liko to carn thcir bread by tho sweat of the farmer's brow rathor t...

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