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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 23 September 1871

VERMONT FARMER. 333 dScncral Itcnts. Itcthlchcm in Judea has nn omuibus linc. Mrs. Appelonla Threcdouble is u plaintifl' in :i I.ouisvllle eourt. In this instuiice, how ovor, sho only roprcsent9 ono of her. Ata reeont teaeliors' uicctiug in Newbury, N. Y., 51 words wero given out to spoll, and ofthe 01 toaohers present, not ono of theni spclled tho wholo list eorrectly. Ihiring u reeont stonn ut Norfolk, Vti., picces of white granito fcll with tlio niin. They aro now supplicd with huilding stones there, uiul would suggest gold irn next tiini!. At Iluntsvillo, Tonn., when tlio rogular tclegraph operator is ah?cnt, his littlo scven ycars old daughter tnkcs his plaee, reoclving and traiismitting messagos with pcrfect ac curacy. An Oshkosh (Wis.,) prcaoher forgot be was a Cliristiau, tbo otber Sunday, when be happcneil to "rile" tlio inniatos of a hornets1 nest, which somo ungodly boys bad put uu dcr thc pulpit cushion. Tlio Saratoga girls niakn fttn of a young dandy tbore becausc ho ma...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 23 September 1871

334: YE RM O N T EARM E R . afoics' Jlcpiu-tmcnt. AIIE OVll DOMUMTICS A1IUSI3IM It is oflcn clainied tliat tho ruason it is so dillicult to got Aiut'rioan girls to do Ihiiisc work is beoauso thoir rights nro not rospcet ed iu suoh situntious. that thoir eniployors nro uuronsounblo nnd unkitid boyond otlier eniployors nf lahor. Tlm X. Y. Juurmd nf Commcrcc donios this. It says : On tlio eontrnry thoro isnotndcpondont of eithur sux as tondurly :iml enrofully treated outsido of thosu coniiitions as tho cook and chnniborinaid. Thore is 110 gentlciiian's son iu si bank or counting limiso m tliis city tlmt darcs to imt on sui'li iurs as urc daily as- sunied iu onr kitehens. Hridnet or Dinali will "givo wurning," or in nio.-t cnses leavo witliout warning, for a tontli oftho ratuig or ,1... 1.... . ....,,.........-. lUllllMlIUlllli; IIIU .lUllHllllilllia ui olerks hiive"to tako witliout gruinbling al- i ri..,:.. i:..... ir. ,...7,.i.,,.l ninii iu tlio storo or olHcu does not sult in UU work...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 23 September 1871

VERMONT FARMBK. 335 Bcltcjious. CIIUISTIAN' CAI.MXHSS. It wcro worth one's whilo to bo :i (Juaker, porhaps, just for tlio swcot serenity whieh characteriy.es tho soct. W'o know n scoro of Quaker nmtrons, nny 0110 of whoni woulil bc ii living sernion in si seore of liomcs wo eould nanie, a Hving serinon, with Calni ness ns n text. Denr, good (iuakcr uiothcrs woulil thoro wcro nioro such! Calninoss aml ciuianiuiity ought to bo part of every ono's rcligiou, oven ns it is part of thc Qunkers. "I iluro 110 nioru fret," saiilj John Wesloy, "tlimi to enrse nml swear." Ono who knuw liim well said that ho Dover. saw hint low-spirited or fretful in his lifo. lli coulil uot enduro tho soeioty of pooplo wlio wero of this habit. llo says of thoni : "To havi! persons at iny ears niurinuriiig nml fretting at ovorything is liko toaring tlits llcsh from niy bones. Hy tlic graco of (Soil 1 am diseontented at iiothin". I sco (Joil sit- ting oii his throne nml niling all thing." J If every ouo was of J...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 23 September 1871

38G YERMON T F A R M E 11 PEN-SI'ATTKItS. Oim point !il)out niurilcrors they "ti lifo'1 chccrfully. Whun your "brain is on fiiv," you may woll blow lt out. kc AVHAT TIIK IIKIIIIKU'S PAK31IMJ. ICNKW OP In lii.s lnws Moscs uitido ngriculture tht! Ijiisis of thu Stntu. Accortlini; to this prim-i-plo ho upportiout'fl tci ovcry citii'ii :i cortain portiou of laiul, miirkt'il Ity li.c;d hountlnrii-s. What tlocs ii grocor do witli iill lii.s thing I'nnil-grnbhliij; speculntions wcro provontotl bcforo ho solls thcin? Givos tliutn a wcluh Thuro is uothitig so grnciously inclinctl to wartl us !is Goil iind our own eonscionci', bu causu no othur knows tho m:uiuui' in which tliings liappcn within us, :ml tliu imiur wurk ings of our souls. Milwaukoo has thn crcditof this cpita)h: Ilere llen tlie boly of IVter Orace, Who dletl from eatlng fiweitxer kaae lle tlntaheri ix platterii, aml couimence.1 uwu sevcn, Aml explodetl. OffuchU tlie klngilmn ofhenven. Why nru wonion liku churchos? Firstly, bcca...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 30 September 1871

IIOVAI. Cl'MMIMlS, I'roiulrtor. 1 T. II. IIOSICIA, 31. I)., Killtnr. j KEWPOHT, SATURDAY, 8EPT. 30, 1871. (Tcrmi, 9100 per Amiiim ri lll.ISlIKl) F.VEltV SATl'ltDAY AT XKWI'OJIT, ORLEANS COUXTY, YT. ROYAL CUMMINGS, PROPRIETOR, T. H. HOSKINS, M. D., EDITOR. TKKMSs One ilollar r iinnuni, ij-tile In aJvance. All iaiM ilki-ontlniml when the lline paM forexlrts. A'lvvrtlm'ineutj Inserteil for 60 cent iwr lncli, flrt Inscrtloni 25 centj ;r Incli, eiich luhaeiiueiit Insertloii. Twelve lliic of thlj lze tyi! make an inch. XT When a IpIuc crmj j umle ftitalmt thU iar.ij;rnih lt ilenotts th.it thc ulcrlitlon eire Ihr ntit wttk. We hall lw pleMCil to have lt reiwtrltnnil Klve thu much no tlce In onler that thc ulMcrilwr neeil not mls ay numben. A AVOIID AHOVT KAIIIS. Septomber is oinphalieally the niniitli of fairs. Fair tiino is u season tlutt ovory farni cr shoulil look forward U) with pleasuro. It is tho hiilitlny soasou in tlio fannor's year; aml it slionlil be enjoyed not only by tho farme...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 30 September 1871

838 VERMONT EAR M E R T. II. 1IOSKINS, M. D., Eclltor. ComnmnlcallonK ail lcttrrs relatlng to the iilitorlal man ageineut of the pair thouM lie adtlrcert to the Kditor. All otliera sliouU W tulrirfMal tn the lubllihcr, or !miljr to the FARUt.R. Iloth, howerer, may le reactml In the natne lettcr. A WOItB FOU THE " FAllMEll." Tlic first voliimo of tlio Vf.hmoxt Faiimkk is npproaching its close, aud :is tlio publishcT is muking his proposnls to our pntrons elso whpre in this numbci', it is n good timo for tlio oditor nlso to say n word to liis reatlors. Wo began th Faiimku with n strong fuith tliat tlio ngriculturists of Vermont folt tlio neod of n papcr of tlioir own, antl a liopc tliat wc niight bn nblo to glvo tliom such an ono asthey would bowilling toatloptaiid sustniu. Tlio oxpcrionco of tlio past nino montlis lias woukonetl ncithcr tho faith nor tlio liopo. It is pviilunt, frniu tho frcoilom with which voluntarysubseriptioiis havocoino to us froni iill parts of tho state, tliat ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 30 September 1871

VERMONT 3TAKMER. 339 ftorch Jlaisincj. SOUXI) AIIVU'E. In nnswur to thu qiiesthm, " Slmll Morino growers stick to thuir shcup. or oxchnngo tlicin for or eross thcni witli othur hruuds, or nban loii shuup hu.-.haiidry iillogfthcr?" Dr. Haudall givcs, in thu liitntl Xcw Yorkcr, tho following sensiblo reply : Thcro is iio doubt that tho intcrcsts of in dividualsand tlio public rcqiiirenn cxtcnsinn of mntton iiiul long wool )roiUiction, nnd thu rapid oxtonsion wliii'h has takcn placo sincc thu onnctmcnt of thu tavifl' of 18G7 has pro ceutU'il on thu soliil basis of ilcniaml and sup ply. Aml thuru is a niargin yut to bo filled in thu snpply. It docs not yet nieet tho dumand. Thu tarill'of 1807 canio to build up thocoarso wool and thorebylho niutton inteiest; itonly camu to savu thu finu wool intercst from iin punding dustrtictiou. It found thu donicstic stipply of conibing wools wholly iuadcquato to muut tho donicstic deniand but ahandfnl, to to spcak, of conibing wool shuup in thu connt...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 30 September 1871

340 VERMONT EARMEK. Frussia has 008 agrieultural societies. Tlio English hop crop is ono-third tlio av crnga. Aluch damago luis bcen donc by frost to onions in Cliittondcn County. Tho cntirc ecntral portion of Illinois is sufl'oring froni u scvcru drought. Watermolons uro 25 cents u dozcn ut Ein poria, Kiin., iiinl poaohes u dollar u bushol. Lestor Fish oflra lias sold his maro "Hello of Vermont" to Now York parties for $800. Alr. Saltinarsh, of Concord, N. II., it is cstinmted, will grow .1,000 bushols ol onions this scason. C. II. ltowell, of West Randolph, from nn acre and about 20 rods of ground, b:id 00 bushels of oats. V. II. Roberts iind S. W. Alcad of Shel bnrn, have botight nll tho fruit in U. F. Vau Vluit's orcliard for $2,250. Kansas is raising a lot of castor oil beans, and hopes soon to stand as the prottd eathar tie rival of California. A Alaino fanncr has diseovorcd that clip ping oil' tho hlossoms niakos his potatocs largor and nioro numcrous. Tho annywornis and boll...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 30 September 1871

VERMONT FARMER. 341 (Scncml Itcws. "Hoss" Twcutl wearsan immcnso tli;imoinl on liis bosoni, aiiil tho knavo of hearts under it. A Mohilc sewing womau is down sick from sores in lior nioutli causcd by biting oil green sewing silk. Novada civilizatinn rceently cnjoycd itsclf ovcr n fight betwecn two wild-eats and :i bull-ilog, for $500 :i side. Though ropes, pistols, razors and poison somctimcs disappoint nnxious suicidcs, in tliu hright loxieon if non-cxplosivo conl oil thoro is no such word ns fiul. Dr. Oidcon II. Sweet, one of tlic "natural bono-settors," now knows liow it is himsclf, having liad an arui broken at Middletown, Coiin., tho othcr niglit, by a toain which ran ovcr liim. Tlic yoting inen at the Whceling watering plaees bavo discariled white vests. Tho yoting ladios uso so niuch oil on thoir liair, tliat a vcst is only good for ono ovoning on tlic piazza. A nian in Galveston, tho othcr day. wlio compiuincu oi nctiig ovcrneutcd, cilectcd a ppriiianciit cnrc by drinking si...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 30 September 1871

342 VERMONT PAR M E R "IV, STICK TO YOUll KK1IITS. "Ilre.ithcii thcre it nnu wltli iioul ilea.l, V h ncvcr to hlmwlf Imth n.il.l Thl l iny own, my yt rtcl rhjhl " 'J'lio riglit, I moan, to nso that hcalthful toiiic, tobacco! Tliis is tho riglit oUruc ninn liood. If this oarth contains u man who does not know his highost good in tliis re spcet, l(i lihn T would say, you know nothing of a tnio "fonst of l wison nnd llow of soul." If you aro wiso you will bcgin nt oneo to nt tain this iiitolli-ctiial onjoymont. Show your conrago by stioking to it liko a inan, ovcn if it is a littiu tough at lirst. Keep in niind tho grand old trtith, "Thoic is no excelloneo without srait labor." In tliis dopartment of soionec tho gruatost labor will bo in getting a cood start, for tho stoniach will soinetimes act vory disordcrly, nnd it will requiro no lit tlo ell'ort to keup it qiiiut; btit novor "let on," as aunt ltueky says, "if you aro awfnlly rik'd." Keep a sorone countcnanee, and don't look palo; ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 30 September 1871

VERMONT FARMBR. 30:3 Jlcltigtaus. IKIXCII'I,E, OR I'OHCVI Wo consitleretl tliu pantbiu of Tliu Unjust Stewsmi, in our Suhbnth Scliool to tluy. Aniong tliu lessotis involveil in !l is thsit of niotivos. Tho uiijiti-t stowiinl (lcnlt gunur ously with liis fullow, simply froin poliuy. Tliu iiiiilin'lyiiig inotivo uf his netion v:is not au lioiit'st ono. From whutiuu spriiig ouf nioving inipulsus? It is :i liumo ipiustion. It Umulir.-t our lift! vury licarly. Wo nro .ti'W!inl$, whuthur (tf ono lliing oriiuothur, oftulunt, or tiicl, or op portuuitics, it in:itturs not; wonro, tunl ninst bc, stowanls. Aro wo nsing our tnist for tliu roiil bunnlit of thoso nroiiml us, or urn wo looking principjilly to self? Doos l'rinoiplt), or I'oliuy, niovo tis to tliu tloing of that wluoli wo do? That old provorb, "llonosty is tliu bust polioy," nmy possibly misloud. Ituluutl in n cortiiin s-unse, tliu coimnon sonso it is uti tnio. Iloncsty is not policy, sts lnon oftun constnio tho wonl. In anotliur su...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 30 September 1871

344 YBR M O 1ST T "F A R M E R . I'KX-SIATTKUS. A lurgo nmss of orror is o;ii1y tmibuliut'il anil pcriutiiutctl hy n little trutli. l'oor nit'ii seek inoat for thuir stuintiL'li.s rieli nieii iok sIoiikkjIis for tliuir niunt. McH'ktKi.ss is n virtnu ly whii'li u 111:111 inay know n ClirNtiati liultcrtlnin hy liis naiiii'. I5o not Mirry that nu'ii ilo not know you, Jmt l)o sorry that you aro iguornnt of 111011. Tho poorost odiication that toachcs solf control, is botter than tlio bust tliat licglccts it. A Ciiiciiinati man got riil of liis luotlicr-in-law ly gruasing tlio cullar-bteps with soft soap. It is vury ilangurous for any 111:111 to liml tmy spot that is swuutur to hiin than liis hoinu. l'ritluis incroasutl by ignoranco; tlioso wlio assiitnc tho liiost aro usually thoso wlio know tho least. A gooil woril is an i-asy ohligation, but not to speak ill rctiuirus only siloiife, wliicli costs tis notliiiig. Fasliionalilovirtue FHrt witli yoiu'friuinl'd protty wifo; prutoiul you aro...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 7 October 1871

8 HOVAIj CUJIJIIXOS, Proiuletor. I T. II. IIOSICIAS, M. 1)., XMltor. f NEWPORT, SATURDAY, 00T. 7, 1871. VOL, I, No. 11. Terius, 81.00 per Alililim. ri'llMSIIF.D KVF.KV SATUltOAY AT XKWl'OKT, ORLEANS COUNTY, YT. ROYAL CUMMINCS, PROPRIETOR, T. H. HOSKINS, M. D., EOITOR. TKKMSi Oneilollarixrannuui, payable In ailrance. AU lmpcra illncontlnueil when tlie llme palil for expirts. AUvtrtUcmcntslnKrtwl fur 50 centiper Inch, flritlniertloni 25 ccnts Kt Inch, each nlueiuent tiiwrtlon. Twelre llne of this ilie tjrpe maVe an Inch. XT When a bluc cro la maile agatiut ttila paragraph It ilenoten tliat tlie aulincrlptlon explret Iht nrxl wtri. We thall be pluiied to hre It reneircd, anJ glie tliuj nmcli no tlce In onler that tlie sulcribr njj not mli aty numtxn. "WIIAT IIOllSES SIIAI.L VE IIAISK1" A CrltlcUm of n Pnper liy.Col. E. S. Stowell, piiulUlietl lit tlie Kariuer of Jitly 19. 1IV AI.1IEIIT CHAl'MAN. Huving bcon ns great an ndmirer of liorses nll our days us our friend Col. Stowell, and hav...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 7 October 1871

346 VERMONT FARMER. T. II. IIOSKIXS, III. I).. Killlnr. Commuiilctitlon nil letteri rclatlnn to the tilltorll man agement if thc iwjier thuuld be atMrcsMil to the Killtur All others houlil be aiMrtisnl to the lubllhcr, or lmply to the Karmlr. Both, however, my be irachel tn the .une letter. pltok. vii.i.e's expeuimexts witii maxuiies. Tlio Manufaclurcr and llttiltlcr of Xow York has roeently been pnblishing :i transla tion of sonio nrtioles upon fortiliaition do seriptivo of tlio cxperinients of M. VilU, Professor of Vcgotablo Physiology at tlio Jardin ilcs 1'lnntcs in Paris. Thcse artieles arc ilhtstratcd by cngravitigs, from photo- graphs, ofplants, grown in vnvious solls of kimwii coniposition, in ordor to solvo impor tant qucstions in regard to tlio elVo,ct of vari oits fortilizers, singly and in eonjunction, npon tlio growtli of diiVeront crops. Wo havo read theso artieles with intcrest, hoping to donvo from them sonio knowledgo of praetical iniportaneo In regard to tlio ap pli...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 7 October 1871

347 tfcrch IJitising. COI.T.S IN.TUUKD IIY 1IKATKI) Mll.lv. Whcn thodaiu is uscd inhnt wonther upon tho fiirm or roail, so ns t lii'iit hor blood tho colt should ih'Vit Im' mIIihvciI Iii nick unlil nho has fiilly cooled nir. I.rt liim lill hiinof bo foro tho luothcr is putinto tho hnrnoss, autl ifit is i m portn nt that ho should uccompany tho iliini, tio liiin at hor side so that liu will bo unablo to draw niilk until ho is liberatod; fi)f it is niuch better tliat ho slionld go hun gry a fow hotirs than to tako liis food whilo it is ina fovored stnto. If tlio mare is to inako a long distanco in n liot day, nnd return at nigbt, it is bost to lcave thu rolt at honio, and draw tho niilk froni tho uddor by hand oneoortwice dnring tho day, and tlien upon rcturntng nllow tho colt to fill hiinsclf gradnally as tho niilk is sccrctod. Colts injured by hoatod niilk scldotn rc- covcr lroin it for a yoar or two, and niaiiy tinios novcr. They boeonio vodncod in llosh, got lousy in tho fall, nnd...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 7 October 1871

VERMONT FARMER. WHITE HIVKIl VAM.I5V FAIIt, AT 1IKTIIKL, SKIT. 19-20. Tho Spirtt of thc Agc snys of this Fnir: Tlm Whito Kivor Viilloy Fair at Bethel, lnst wook, was a completo sueecss, thc bad weather on thc lirst and second days not withstanding. If you wnnt sueeess in iiny pnrtieular thing, employ compctcnt nnd ex pericnced tiicii to ninnngo it if you don't uudorstnnd tho husincss yourself thon givo them your "uid nnd coinfort," und sueeess is suro. This is what tlie citizens of Hetliul did, and tho rcstdt was iv good Fair tho bcst over held in Windsor Couiity. Tho fair was not a "family" alVair, lmt was niado to bo of intcrcst or prolit to ovory inan in thoValloy. Xo lalior or oxpcnso was spared to seeuro tliis nlijuct, und wu aro glad to know that thc ninnagors liad their reward in secing a good exhibition, and at tho close, tho whcro witlial to pay their liills and proiuinnis. Anothcr tfiinjj which tho Hctholonians aro ontitled to crcdit for, and tliat is that they did not "sk...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 7 October 1871

VERMONT FAEMER. (Scncml $tcws. iTuspcr Ci)., Tcxns, is said to liavo rook tlmt makcs mill-stnnes oqttal to tho Fronoh burr. A loarnod (terinnn tlicologiuu lias fotinil oiit tlmt thcro uro u fow moro than forty-four nilllioii dovils. A in:in in New Albany, Ind., reeontly paid uuothcr 111:111 S2.50 to whip liis wife, nud stood by to si;o tlmt tho work was douo no cording to contrsiet. Kato ICelloy, of Hrooklyn, is tho lmndsom ost wnniiin in New York, and tlio Aincricus Assoeiation hnvegivon hor n gold ring as tos timonial to tlu; faet. M. Tschudi, of Cnlro, got into tlio papers thcro as "Gsolnnidi." Mr. T. wants to know ' If yon roporters don't know liow to spell my naino, how Tschudi." Xone arc so I'ond of secrets 11s thoso wlio do not nieun tnkccpthcm; suoh porsonseov ct secrets ns n spoiitlthrift doos moiiey, for tho purposo of circulatinn. A Missouri luisbnnd whoso vifi lias up plicd for 11 divoreo, wrltos a protost to tho judgo, in which ho says, "tliis dam thing eall dovoco has,...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 7 October 1871

850 V ERM ONT EARM E R WOJIAN'S ItAID INTO T1IK IIKVKXUU DEl'AUTMKNT. 'l'ho following itein, whioh appoarod in tliu New York ITcrahl, rofors to ii lady wlio is a native if Orleans Coiinty, fonnorly Miss I,. M. D. 1'lint, daiiglitorof W. S. Fllnt Kii., of Irnshiirgh ii town, hy tho way, rathor fa nioiis for sinart girls. Tho itom will hu road with )('asiiro by Mrs. C'rano's nmny frieuds, horo utul olsowhoro. C'olloctor (5oo. J. Anderson of Sandusky, Oliio, has notifiod tho Intnrnal Kevontio Ifn roau of tho iippoiutiucut hy him ol'Mrs. An nio L. Cnnliold us Doputy Collector, in plaoo of hor luisl):iii(l, docoasod. This is tho lirst instanco in tho history of tho Hovontio sor vioo of tho Unitod Statos that a woinan has beon uppointcd to n position in tliat sorvico aiid tho tiotion of Colloctor Andorson has boon approvod hy tho Acting Coinmissionor. As to tho ahility of woinan to dischnrgo tlio dutios portaining to tho iiitunml rovonuo it may h(! stutod that tho wifo of Assossor Crnno, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 7 October 1871

FARMER. ADDISON COUNTY FAIH, AT MII)UI.Km-KY,.SH-:iT. 20, 27, 23 hihI 20. Tho Rtgistcr says of tliis fair : Tho ilrst diiy oputiuri woll cnnujdi, iiinl tho ontries of stouk nnd urtivlos for exliilrition wcro unusimlly nutucrous ilnring tho foro liooii. IUit in tho aftornoon iv ih'oiiching nini sot in nnd :ill htisinoss was suspondod. Wednosduy niorniiiK it cloured up and tlio woatlior guvo proiniso of soinutliing i'nio. Kntnt's wu.ru limdo rnpidly und tlio urowd caiuo in. Uy uvuning nioro ontrius hud hceu nindu than at any pruvious Fairfora nuinlir of ycnrs. Tho nuinhor of ctittlu onlorod wus ahotit 120, hnttho nunihur 011 oxliiliition excuudud that sonicwliat. Tho untrios for oxon aud stuors wuro for 20 nniinnls, and coiuprisiug somc very tim; animaU. For fat cattlu tho ontrios wcro for only four uiiinmls. Foi lnileh cows llvo cutrios. Tho show of sliort-liorn-s was vory largo, (sonio 00) making si very llno appoaraneo. Messrs. L. L. Wright, Cornwall; L. .1. Wright, 1). L. Wright &...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 7 October 1871

852 V E R M O N T E A H M E 11 the Timm tijik sucoKrcns. ItV TIIOS. W. KNO.X. A fri'ii(l of inine, who oneu lived in lov.'n, ucd to U'll a story of a weddin;; that ho wit ni'ssi'd, whoro tliu ('cniiiioiiy wns perforiui'd 011 tho saint' eouplo llircc tiiui's iu one tiight. lie wii.s waudering tlinnigli northoru Iowa and hoiilliurn IMimieotu, 011 a searoh fur tiniber lands, niul was :u.Toiupaniod by a baek-wootU adventurer nanied Prcston. Near the linu bctween Iowa'and .Minnesota, they stopped a fow weeks at tho houso of a settlor nanied .Teukius. Tho lattui had a Imxoin daughter, nud wns well oll", for a 1 10 i1;.l'itrwl.a,ii.i 11 nmt tlin cilnntlfMi iiiMintiiLit I tv .. .. vru. .;. ., uiin mu 3j iiit.ii vll l J'V lil . I I deeidudly favorahlu to Proston. So hu court otl tho daughter, and was polite to tho pa ronts; tho result was, tliat a wuddhig was urranged, and all tho ncighhors for tcn lnilcs arouud woro iuvited. Jenkius was a liboral providur, and wed dings weru not frequent in...

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