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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 3 January 1873

f VERMON FARMER. A.3ST AaRIOULTXJBAIi FAMILY WEWSPAPBB IFODR. TUB IRTTIR-A-IGjISTS OIF THE GHREEIXT 3yrOXJ3SrT-A.I3ST STATE. VOL. IIL-NO. 5. ST. JOHNSBUJIY, FJEUCDAY, JANUARY 3, 1873. WHOLE NO. 109. irciH.isiir.n M K.F.KI.V, .T ,VT. .fOHA'SHVllV, VT.t nv CUMMlNGS&HOSKINS. Tornm.Ono oopy, per nnnum ..S'J.ilO IfpiMitrtctly In nclranco, . For Rpeelnl terms to Clnln foo ttnn pKe. Rates of Advertising. Short iwlrertlwnonU, 7S cents per Inch for flrr-tlmer-tlon. Hacliilubsoquentln'crtlon.asctntperlnch. No ehtrxo lesf than tl.CO. FnvoraMo rutei for oxtenslre ami early adrertlcrs may be had npon application to llio publUlien. .TICK TO TIIR 1'AIIJt." To elunly cons of care and toll, Win culllrato the virgin toll Willi an untiring ana i What ver may betide In life, )h (tire not o'er your noble itrlfe, lint still ftlcktothor.irm. Though very bard the times may feein, . ,Yct, (till, ot folluros do not dream, , ; NoVglro yourselves alarm i For surely everybody Knows That fortuno ever smiles ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 3 January 1873

THE VERMONT 1TABMER: AJST AGRICULTURAL AND JTAMILY NEWSPAPER. fttMttrittf- 3RlttmiA1! M0'10 Ucnoral Uraut ,or tho Pilcnoy. 'i'. ii. iionki.vs, m n. iMiior. St. Jnhnhtiry 17., January 51," 1870. THE SMALL POX. This tell malady, onco tho sconrgo and terror or tho world, then driven from sight and almost from memory by tho great dis covery of Jcnnor, has again begun to gain a foothold, and may now bo said with truth to Iiavo become, endemic in all our largo cities', with tho prospect of rapidly becoming epi demic throughout tho country. Seeing that small pox is a disease practically under en tire human control as concerns its preven tion, this rapid increaso within tho last ten or twclvo years must be, and is, tho fault of tho pcoplo themselves. The truth is that . 1 .-!.- 1 - 11 1 I ussprcauis cmircyauo w .ui.m-i careless iiiuiuuus ul vuwmuuuu, ui iu mu entire neglect of that simple, suro and en tirely safe preventive of ono of tho most hor rible diseases that has ever afflicted tho h...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 3 January 1873

Stwrhcts. Jloslon Market. Reported fur Ilia Vkrhokt Farmkr A. J). jriJUlAM), tiV Produce Commission Merchant. 31 John Street, Boston WicnsitspAV, January I llnllcr nml Cheese. Christmas and the stormy woaincr nnve inierrupicu iiuvincw". ami nouiing 01 con senucneo has been ilono In Mutter Ihs nast week Triers of fine grades nro well maintained, ami tho mar ket generally 19 In ns kooH a condition an usnal at the close, of tlio year. Thu stock heru 1.1 about tlio name at lost car, ami to-tiaya quotations diner my little I rum those current a year ago. Wo quoto i New York anil Vermont, lino fall, 31 in) :H ( clioico summer dairies, 27 6b ,s) , lair to itood. '.sis? "6, oommon. in ffl lit. Thn market for Checso contlnnca quiet, with liut lew saloa imp pusi iwounys. jioitiers nro not uisposou tomato any concessions, and confidently omocl a Letter tin. inand and Improved prices In January, We quote Now lork and Vermont choice factory, 14 ifJ I II i Mr I3IHIJ, choice dairy, I3fl.1 lair, II...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 3 January 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Jpttcratttw, in KNOW. I know not nlial will tehU'mtf! OM liangs a mist o'er my J'M i Ami o'er cadi step of my onward patli lis makes norr annaa to rise, Ami ovary Joy He sends me com? M ft swett and fjlad surprise. t see not a step before niev.s I tread the dyi of the ypr . Hut the past la illll In Ood'i keeping;, the future Ills mercy shall clear, Anil what looks dark In the distance, may brighten an I draw near. For perhaps the dreaded future Is less hitter than I think The Lord may sweeten the water helbro I stoop to drink, Or, If Marsh mut he Marah, Ho will stand beside Its brink. It may bo there Is waiting for tho coming of my feet, Some gift of such rare blessedness, some Joy to strange ly tweet, That my lips can only tremble with tho thanks I can not speak. 0 rcttful, blissful lgnorsncel 'Tts blessed not to know, It keeps mo quiet In tli( e arms which will not let mo O. And hushes my soul to rest on the bosom which lor...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 10 January 1873

J-7). VERM0N1 FARMER. v ' . .A. 1ST A.O-IOXJIjTXJS.A.Xj .A-HSTID IFAMIITST 3STBWSPAPBR FOB '.THE IRTTZR.A.ILiISTS OP TKCE G-RBElSr MOTXJSTT.A.insr STATE. ST. JOIINSBURY, FjfflDAY, JANUARY 10, 1878. VOL. TIL-NO. G. WHOLE NO. 110. fSti tl'l III.ISlll.il 1VKKKI.Y, .it sr. .roimsauni; 11V CUMHINGS & HOSKINS. i "jr., Trni.--Ono copy, per unnuiu,. If pnlit Jtrictly In mlritneo SJJ.30 4.00 Rates of Advertising. Short nlvertlsements, 7b cents per Inch for first inssr Hon. K&cli subsequent Insertion, 23 centsperlnch. No charge less than $1.00. VaToraUo rates for oitenlvo and yearly tdvertlsera may be had upon applteatlon to tho publisher. TIIK PAHMKU'H 1IOSIK. ar cAnotisE A. iiaso. -C'oruo with tno I town this rudo lane nblaio nlth goldon-rod And fresh with fragrance from the up turned soil, To where yon farmhouse ltfto Its modest head, lly peace, contont and health Inhabited. The tranquil kino, reposing In the grass, Turn dreamy eyes upon us as wo pass i Tho shy sheep gaie askance, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 10 January 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AUBIOULTUKAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPEK. ''I. IIONKIS, .11. !., lUlllor. Tlir 1 1 inr la romlnar, perltapa sooner limit aiiynfna think, rhtll they Mho do Hie irnik of tlir Horlil alia.ll rule In roniir It, mill illllilr unto tlitmarlrrs llir fruit of Ihttr loll. .S7. Johmlmry, 17., January 10, 187!). Wo surrender our editorial columns this week, with pleasure, to tho excellent address of Mr. Gregory, below, upon n oubjeot which ho is eminently qualiGcd to handle, and which is always timely and interesting to tho farmers of Vermont, and indeed, of the whole country. MORGAN HORSES. An AiMrcan delivered at llir Mad ltlver Valley Knlr, IValtifltld, Oct. It, IRT'I, hy linn, .Tolm (Jrrgory, nfXnrtliflrld. Alter u few introductory remarks, tho speaker paid : Fellow citizens, I was prompt ed to tako up this subject by reading a nottco golnc tho rounds in tho papers, thatllov. W. II. 11. Murray, pastor of Park Street Con. grcgational Church, Boston, had recently delivered a...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 10 January 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 3'fittvhcts. ItoHlon ,71arket. Reported for tlio Vrrmo.it Farmrr bv A. D. HI1UIARJ), Produce Commission Me reliant, SI John Street, Boston. Wr.hSMnAr, Jan, fl. llutter nml Clirre. Receipts of Mutter fur Hie past vcar havo been 461,017 packages agatnstt IJ,I8 In 1871, The demand during Hie wook has been quite final! nil prices nro unchanged, fine New York and Vermont mil made Is scarco nnd readily commands H fff3loln round li ts, irllh occasional sales of selected at at m Me tf lb. For choice dairies the ran so l( V7 Hi Son, ami fair In good -to Ul Hi 2Go tf lb. Several Iota of bakers' nut ter sold from 9 Hi lie, ami other common lota at from 1.1 R I1 tf 'b. For the pout year the total receipt of Chcoso foot up l7,HI boxen, against IW.M'sr boxes In 1871. Tin total oxport from the country hare been 67,MO,oiio lbs aioilnt T0,.vi,iii) lbs In 171. The market continues verv quiet, buyers operation only In a small way. Holders, howe...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 10 January 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AttRIOT-LTtTRAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. I t'obtr. the oinmviPK's i.ajiiot owrcn iiku TEAI'AT. Eli me I my tea pat s gane at last, Tho pat I'ro had for lang years pa;l, There's nao Its like In a' the toon Bupposo you search It roon and roon. I dlnna ken what garred It fa When I was rubhln't up sae braw, I I sllpplt fra tny hann somthoo, An' stralchtway Into bits it flew. 1 plckit them up wl'satr regret, The last o' a' my ehecny set That's been sao lang In use wl' me Whene'er I toolc my drop o' tea. (Sin I could get the bits tae lit 'Twad be some comfort tae me j et i I'd touch them up wl' etaneware glue, An' put them on the shelf tae view. I mln' when frae the fair 'twas carrlet. An' glen tao me when I was marrlet, Wi cups and saucers a' the same l Wae's mo tae think they a' aro gone. It's cracklt throo, the spout's awa, The rera handle's broke In twa, The water through the bottom pours Llko bnrnles frae tho hills In shoocrs. The teapats noo they wlnna stan', The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 17 January 1873

VERMONT FARMER. AO-RICULTURAL FAMILY 3SrE-WSDP-A.IBDa FOE T'kCEI jRXJEA-XjISTS ODE1 TUB 0-K.BB3ST ivrOTJISTTAIKT STATE. VOL. III.-NO. 7. ST. JOHNSBURY, 3TRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1873. WHOLE NO. 111. ll'L'HUSIir.l) WT.KKI.Y, ,r ,vt. .roii.vsiivni; IIV CUMMINGS & HOSKIftS. IVrnm. One copy, per nnnum If paid strictly In adranee ...4.00 Eatei of Advertising. Short advertisements, T.S conts per Inch for nrsttnser lion. Eaehsubseqnentlnertlon,5contsperlnch. No eharge lou than 11.00. Favorable rates for oitenslto and early adrerllsora may be had upon application to the publishers. .1I.M1MA JACKSOX. A gait of wind blew sharp and itont, She wu alone, without a fellah, 1 on it her tuck and rcer about, And struggle hard with her umbrella. It eddied round thoro nobby charrai, (t taw her foet, I'm only human,) I rushed ant caught her In my arms Delicious waif, thatbreeiy woman. "Oh, thank you, (lr, for this relief, I thought I wai about to blow up." Said t, "That umbrella reef, Or MIm, or Madam, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 17 January 1873

rntTM MUlUnMrp lit A r TVtVUs n . m t A'iDinirT rmrw A I A ri tt a f T T . V vwwaUAPWli n jj Imt tlioy deem loproJuco no effoot on wheat. "I consider tbo Farmer vory instruolivo ways low nt tliosnhio time, nnd In keeping The vnluoof manure tejon1a upon llio qiml- right adjoining. i icithor uo A.unu any par- ftnj admire tho Independent, outspoken " vnuoij wo unoum uu rigiu on lomcuimg ity mm qaantitjoi llio ircm innntiro niniio ticiilar benefit In sowing on grass lands only . , .. .ijlnr;nl, Mnv vnu Imvo ahun. "very year. Onoyenr when buttc"? and wool from straw nlono Is of llltle value, whllo as a in (.ceding with an oat crop, where it is V , Ji 7 a both sold nt 25 cents per poundI Imd notra that mndo by feeding grain Is rich. M.iko valuable. I havo oxpcnucu muen time in " pajabio to tho mnount or ?.W0r6v ?C0O. If nil tho manurpu can upon the rami, buy conducting theso experiments and making Another, from Rycgato, says : "lour Into nt this tlmo my stock had consisted entirely mid fe...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 17 January 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. SJiirhcts. Iloslotl ,7Iart,-el, hermrtod for Hit Vrntioitr TAiuirn liv A. 1). HIMlAlll), I' tndueo Commission Mcrclmnt, 31 John Street, lloton. Wr.DtcsnAt, J (in. 1.1. Hntlci-ninl tiierse. Receipts of Duller for tlio week, LKt packniccs. Tliero has been nn Inoronscd ilemniul from tho trade, w ilh sales of New York and Vermont Till madi nt 3J O aso tj lb i nnd at the clews the market Is llrmal this rangowlth n very light Hock. Cholco ilnlrka mil mure rtnillly titti AS :uo, nnd tnodl nm grades nt ! ID 2to If II), ttnino very cholco Jots of Canada havo hoon received, nnd wo notlco some rales at 310, but 3il 171 IMo, cover the hulk or tho transactions for tho tiest grades, ranging down to 'JO IS) IBo Tor lair to ftiod grades. Tho sales of common havo been at 1.1 (S ISO ft. HocelptJ or Chccso for tho week, 178 boxes. Since our hut thero has liccn more Inquiry from the trade and for line factory prices nro fully o V lb higher. The ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 17 January 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AN J) FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Jpttatuw.' nocic of Mtr.n. notk of Ages, cleft ttt me," ThoughllM") the maiden lungi I'ell the words unconsciously rrcm litr ulrllsli, gleeful tontut i San 11 little children slnjci Hang aa alng tho blrdi In June Prll the wcrdi light leave down On the current of the tone Hook of Ages, cleft Tor rap, Let me hide myaell In the.'- 'Let mo hide myself In thee," Felt her oul no need to hide i Hweet the tone M ong could he, And ihe had no thought beside t All the words unhcedingly Fell from lips untouched by cart. Dreaming not they each might be On tome other Up a prayer -Rock of ages, cleft for mo, Let me hide myself In thee." "Rock of Ages, cleft for me," 'Twas a woman aang them now. Pleadingly and prayerfully i Every word her heart did know, Rom the song aa storm-tossed bird Beats with weary wing the air, Krery note with sorrow atlrrcd nrcry syllable a prayer "Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hldo myself In thee." "Rock of A...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 24 January 1873

J ' ? ' f er I t ' VERMONT FARMER. i in -A.C3-K.IOXJXiXXJHA.Ii -A.3XTJD FAMILY NBWSPAPBB FOE. TUB RURALISTS OF THE QRBEKT MOXJ3STTA.I3Sr STATE. ' VOL. III.--NO. 8. PUM.ISIIF.P WKF.KI.Y, .it st. .roir.Ysnunr, rr., nv CUMMINGS&HOSKMS. I'driiio.-.Ono copy, per Annum, g'J.30 If paid strictly In nilrsnoc,.. 'i00 Rates of Advertising. Hhort mtrcrtliemenU, 75 cents ptr Inch fur flmt lner Hon. Each tnlitcquont Insertion, Q.1 cent per Inch, No rlmrge lou than il.uo. Fa.rorM rstci fur eitenslro anil j early ulrertlrers may bo lmJ upon application to I ho publltheri. (SDflrrcsponbcitcc. For tllO VERX05T FAnMltR. FRUIT CULTURE. 1 am reading with interest Mr. I'ringlo's papers on fruit culture in tlie valloy of Lake Chntnplnin, and ns 1 notice his wide range or observation on tho different locations of Vermont and Canada, I nin disposed to put !n a few inquiries which perhaps he may answer in the sequel before this reaches your columns. Here in Maino we have much tho came to encounter that t...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 24 January 1873

THIS VEllMONT JfARMER: AN AGRIOULTUKAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPJSli. T. II. IIONKINN, ill, II,, Itfllor. The time It raining. perlmp. ioontr than may of think, when thrjr who tlo the work of the world hull rule In conncll, nl illrlilr nnto tlirmnflrt. the frnll of Ihrlr loll. St. Johmlury, Vt., January 24, 1873. MEETING OF THE BOARD OF AQRIOULTURE, MANUFACTURES, AND MINING At WooiLtofk, Thursday anil Friday, Jmi nar 10 and IT. Thursday Afternoon. Tho meeting was called to order at two o' clock, by Prof. Collier, secretary of tho Hoard, and on motion, J. F. MoKcnzio, Esq., president of tho Windsor County Agricultural Society was called to tho chair. In tho absence of Governor Convcrso, who was detained from attendanco by illness, tho welcoming address was made by Dr. Henry Boynton, in his usual happy and eloquent manner. At tho conclusion of Dr. Uoynton's address, in accordance with tho programmo of tho meeting, tho editor of tho Farmer mado a brief address upon " Science and Practice in M...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 24 January 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ' Mlonlon .llarkct. Reported lbr Hie VnnuoitT Farmkr by A. 1). HIBBAim, Produce Commission Merchant, 21 John Street, Boston. Wr.DSnnAt, Jan. W. llnlltr mnl Cheese. Tho Ratter market has tak en a decided etart, anil inoro buyers, havo boon round tlio past week than at nny time during the past two month. New York and Vermont One tall mado Ii Terr scarce, and f elected lota are quickly leked up at 36 0 37c, though for ronnd luts wo cannot quote aalea at orer Xo & lb, Choice dalrlea command H7 0 3le, and some holders aro expecting a lilghor range. Common to good ranges mostly from 18 0 2Go 1 lb, and lor tlila kind there has lioen a Rood domand. Supplies from Canada are coming forward moro freely, with aalea ranging from 20 0 uio, and aomo very choico loll at 32 0 340 V lb. Klnur anil (Iri-ln, There continues to lie a very ly qnlet alnoe our last report and aalea oonuncd to small lotsaa wanted, All leading branda are held from...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 24 January 1873

THIS OLD COfl'I.K. They sat lu tha fan together Tilt Hit day was almosi done i And then, at Its: clow, tn angel Stepped orer tli thresuolt alone. 11 fjldsd their hands tojrsther, n touched their eyelid with balm, And their last breath floated hpirard I.Ike the clow of a solemn plrn. I.Ike a htldal pair the traversed The unteen, mystical road, That leads to tho beautiful city Whose Builder and .Maker la (lod. Perhapa In that miracle country, They will (Ire her lost youth back, And the flowers of a vanished spring-time Shall bloom In the aplrlt'i track. One draught of the living waters Shall restore hit manhood' prime. And eternal years shall measure The lore that outlive time. Hut the ahapca they led behind theia, The wrinkles and atlrer hair Made sacred to ua by the klseej The angel Imprinted there We '11 hide away In the meadow, When the tun la low In Uie west, Where the moonbeams cannot And theru, Nor the wind disturb their rest. Hut we '11 let no tell-tale tombstone, With IU ace ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 31 January 1873

t f I f V VERMONT FARMER. T A.3ST AGBIOULTtlBAL FJls&TJLT 3SrB"WSI-A.FBI?, POB TUB B.TJI-A.XilSTS OIF TIKES GHREEUNT MOXJISTT-A-inST STATE. YOL. III.--NO. 9. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1873. "WHOLE NO. 113. I'UIU.ISIIKt) WKF.KI.V, at st. joii.vsiivm; rr., IIV CUMW1HCS & H0SK1HS. Trra, One copy, per (intuitu, g'J.30 Itpald itrlclly la ulrance,.... 4.00 Rates of Advertising. Short advertisement, 76 cents per Inch for (lrf t Inser tion. Each subsequent Insertion, 55 cents per Inch, N. charge leu than 11.00. Farorahle rates for eitenslro and yearly adrertlsore nay be had npon application to the publishers. 8WOHD AM) PLOW. There once was a count to I 're heard It laid Who felt that his end drew near. And he called his sons before his bed To part thetn his goods and gear. lie called for his plow, he called for his sword, That gallant, good and brare They brought him both at their father's word, And thus he his blessings gave i " My first-born son, my pride and might, 1)0 t...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 31 January 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. T. II. IIOftKINN, fll.D.( I'.flllor. Thr tlmr U romlng, ptrhapi nooiirr tlmn n- of n think, wlim Ihry who do thr trork of the world hall ml In eomtcll, ml illvlilr until tlirmartvti thr frnll of Ihrlr loll. St. Johnibury, Vt, January 31, 1873. the opinion of many, Willi regard to brine, prevented. tubs should not leak, and then very little ' the in Hepottal Air the Vermont Kinum MEETING OF THE DAIRYMEN'S ASSOCIATION At ft. All.ana, Jniitmr)' U'i, 33 mill 94. Wrilneiriny Morlililff. The cession opened thin morning at tlio Weldtn House Hall, at 10 o'clock, with a very good attendance. u Hon, K. 1). Mason, or Richinoud, Presi dent ol tho Association, mado the opening address. In this address Mr. Mason referred to the decreasing profit of agricultural pur- suits in tho state, and urged the necessity of immediate and strenuous effort for unprovo mcnt in the arts pertaining to farming, and lor tho elevation of social and domestio l...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 31 January 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. JBwrhcljs. . Iloston .liartil Imported for tlie VmiMosr FHtn liv A. D. IT I 1MI Alt J), Produce Commission Merchant, 21 John Btreet, Hoston. Wr.lUF.an.lT, Jan. 89. Under mill Clieeae. Prlmo loli of fall made Ver Inunt and New York llnlter have been sold at 3d rt a-, nndatthecloseagllt-edgcd round lot would readily command iKio lb. For choice, dalrlea thero haa been conlderahl Inquiry, with aalea mostly at 3U m :oc lb, and 3.10 li now the outside pilco.whloli I an adranco of 20 tf lb on last week's rrlcc. Fair to good lota that oould Iso bought at VI (9 ifco havo boon In demand, and the stock remaining In rocelreta' hands la considerably reduced and held at an advance. No really lino factory Chooso can lio bought under 16c. and even nt thla price holdera are not willing tu If. .Medium grades mny ))0 quoted from 13 W 16c, which corer the galea. Flimrnnil (Irnlii. Jobbers continue to purchase In lots as wanted, and snlea of medi...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 31 January 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ttcra tun, . ( tiik imiiT nov. It hath pleated Owl to form poor.N. A tliln of jdlot mind, ,' Vet, to the port un'reu nine Wi Uod hath not bii unVlnil, Old Sarah loved her )iellet child, Whmn helplassne mule dear i Ami hit w every thing to her, . , Who knew no hope ir fear. She knew lilt want, the umlenton) Koch half-artlculate call, ' For he waa everything to her, And the to him was, al, ' Anil ao for many a year they lived, Nur knew a with lieaide i Dnt age at last on Sarah rame, Anil the fell slek-end died. He tried In rain to waken her, lie called her o'er and o'er i They told him the waa dead I The wordt to hint no Import bore. They cloned her eyet and throuded her, While he rtood wond'rlng by, And when they bore her to the crave He followed illently. They laid her In the narrow house, They tung the fun'ral ttare And when the fun'ral train dlyerse-1 He lingered by the) grave. The rabble crowd that uied to jeer Whene'er th...

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