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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 7 February 1873

C ' VERMONT FARMER. 1' V. .A.3ST uAk.GmiaXJXjTXJH.-AXi DP-A.IXi'V 3STB"WSDPJPBR DFOjR- TUB BtTBALISTS 03T TUB a-RBBDST SOTTT-A-IIST STATE. VOL. III.-NO. 10. ST. JOIINSBURY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1873. WHOLE NO. 114. runusitF.n wkeklt, .srr st. joir.vsjtvm; rr nr CUMMINGS & H0SK1NS. Term..--0ne copy, pr annum 83. (50 If piild strictly In adranee 3.00 Rates of Advertising. Short advertisements, To cents per Inoh for Srst laser tlon. Eaoh snbsequent Insertion, 33o.nUp.rUch. N. charge less than $1.00. Farorable rat.t for exteoilre and yearly advertisers may b. had upon application to Ui. publishers. TIIR FAIIMKK PUEUKTII A IX. My lord rides through the palace cat, My lady iwe.ps along In state, ' Th. tag. thinks long on many a thing, And th. maiden muses on marrying i The Mllor plow, the foaming i.a, The huntsman kills the good red deer, And the loldl.r wan without a feari Dnt fall to each whate'er befall, The farmer he tnuit feed them all. Smith bamm.reth cherry redh iword, Prl.tt pr...

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 February 1873

r. ii. iiNKi,N, .11. b iMttor. Tkr lint it timing, ftrhapi teeatr than any ui think, tvkn (! tkt wert norlitkaltrttlf In council, and dititlt unit Iktmttlrn Ikf fruit olkrlr Ml. 8t Johnsbury, Vt, February 7, 1873. Reported for the Vkrmost Far Mm, FARMERS' MEETING, With h Mali Hoard of Agriculture, Man ufacture ami Mining, al Ilelhel, .fan, 'JS anil UU. TneiMla) Morning. The 'meeting was callod to order by N. F. Clark, Ksq,, of llcthcl, and on motion, Hod. Crosby Miller, of J'omfret, was called to the chair. Judgo Miller opened the meeting with tho following address: .Mr. Mlllrr'e Aililrrio. Of nil tho Industrial occupations nnd pur suits, dinner? nro Riild to tin tho slowest to make Improvement; the most firmly wedded In old ideas nnd old method-), tho last to see that any change can bo Tor the better. If this limy Ito justly said of in what n pity 'Us true. No pursuit in which man can engage requires morn constant, cnrelill watch to (lo tect orrors in ideas itlid methods, nnd to di...

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 February 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. SJttthcts. Itonlon .T rial. Reported for the Vermont Farmer by A, D. IF IBB AM), Froduoo Commission Merchant, 21 John Street, Boston. Weijesdat, Jan. 29. Hntter an.t Che eae.-There has been a Rood de mand during tho weeK, and notwithstanding increased receipt, tin ftock Is nH small, Op all grades there It an advance or I sm V lb, and the market closes very (Inn. I'rlme lot of fall made New York and Ver mont old nnlck at 33 S 3Cc, and 37ooould now boob rained for round loU i for some nne selections 3S 4i has been paid. Choice dairies are in request at 31 , 3lo, and for some, holdera ask 35o. Fair to good loU bare boen reodll'- placed at 21 l 30c, and It la now difficult to get a rail lot under 2) V lb. The stock of low grnduls greatly reduced and nothing can now be liouibt under 12c, and Irom that up to see, Including bakers and common. Canada Butter l In fair receipt and bu been telling readily at ai 350 for choice fall made,...

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 February 1873

if crnlufi. . f , (TUB yUOUOLI.XKs Throat brimful of tnuslo Cannbl kp It In I Blsa to I Wouldn't have you try ttrouUlmoWIW. a' Should think 'twould choke you, though, om.tlm.a, The apsrlure'e so smalt I W A That all thla noise mutt struggle through, Orhoigetcntalaii. , Swinging on Hit lily-cups, Hiding In Ui clow, i Prince ofromlo voeatlslej ' Saucy Utile rover, tl Ire ui a Rem from Motarl, A taste of Meyerlieeti ' ; Ur a raorceau from Rossini, ., , Fit for cultlrated ear. Cannot! Well, stop trylngi Your own wild note are best. Stick to the tune you're practiced i Merer tnlnd the rent. 8trto)i your mouth to the utmott i Four forth j our pearly long, Marred by no taint of by-gone grief Or rhade of future wrone. Tlit Circular. The heart Imotveth hie inn bitterness- and stranger doth not Intermeddle with lila Joyl Pro. 14 10. Whr should we faint and fear to lire alone, Since all alone, so Heaven has willed, we die Not eren the tenderest heart, and moat our own, Knowa half the reaaona w...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 14 February 1873

VERMONT, FARMER. AO-BIOtTLTUBAL -A.3ST3D IF-A-lyEIXTST nSTEWSF-A-FBIt 2PG3rl THE JRUEALISTS OUT THE GKRJEmjNT 3COXJ3SrTA.IISr STATE. VOL. III.--NO. 11. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1878. WHOLE NO. 115. I'UHUSIIKH WKKKI.T, at st. joit.vsnvnv, rr., nv CUMMIHGS k H0SK1HS. rrns. On copy, per annum, ,...81.30 If paid strictly In adraneo ,....'J.OO Bates of Advertising. Short adr.tlUomenU, 76 conts per Inch for flrtt Inter Hon. Eaebiabiequent Insertion, 2.1 oentaperlnch. N. hart than $1.00. Farorabl. ratot for extonslr and yearly adrertlierl may bo bail upon application to the publtihori. For the Virmokt Farhkr. VKIIMONT. Thy rooks and thy rllli. Thy mountain! and hllli, They ever teem dear to me i Where the roy eheeied girls, With their lone, flowing curl", Are charming and fair M can b. 1 fr heard tell of cllmei, Where fruit, at all timet Ii plucked from the broad wartnc trea But nothing at all Are theie larora io small, To the charms which Vermont has to me. I 're heard of the W...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 14 February 1873

THE VEliMUJNT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. i:.lllor. 4 Tht Umf it remtng, fttkapt teener ikan any of N llfnl, trA(n lf vktiftkt u-erl etAr irorMaWirMr In rennet!, and iMit tinle tktmltlitt Me frxtt ofthtlr toil. Si Johnsbury, VL, February 14, 1873 OXALIC ACID AS A SOLVENT. Wo see, by the Department of Agricul ture's report for November and December, that u European chemist, M, 0 rondeau, has recently been engaged In important re searches upon the chemical composition and physical properties of certain Russian soils, in which he has thrown much light upon tho part which oxalio acid and carbonato of ammonia play in rendering soluble tho min eral elements of plant food, Tho old read ers of the Farmkr will remember the discus sion, somo year or more sinco, which wo held upon this subjcot with this Itoston Journal of Chemistry, In which that paper rather loftily pooh-poohed our views in relation to tho mat ter. Hut we find continually moro' and more confirmation for tho ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 14 February 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ISfarhcts. itonton .llnrl.il. Reported for the Vrrhost FAnMRn by j. j. jrivjujti), rroduco Commission Merchant, 21 John Street, Boston. Wr.nnKsbA r, Fob, 12. lltiller mill Miceac-The market "ustjlns a llrm tone. Willi a steady demand for nil kinds. There hare !.n bu "r" ' r",m Now York, and moral loU or Ion and medium (trades have boon shipped to thai mar. let. AdrlcM from Canada and the Interior ray the bulk of tho nutter has boon, bought up, and that we need not expect raucli moro to como forward this see ion, New York and Vermont line fall lots readily com. inand M S 3'e. and prime soloctlons 3i 4oo f lb. Fair to cholco dairies range from S8 i3oC, nnd those figures oover the bulk of the sales, as the nuantlty of fering that la good enough to command higher rates I; quite (mail. Low grades aro moving qulto lrcely at from 12 tat ise, anu tncro is now very uuu s u rter ISo V lb. Canada fall u llrm at 3.1 830, for the finest, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 14 February 1873

iftkruturc. T1IHKH KIBSKH OK FAItKWr.LL. Tlir, only Hire., my darling, Separate, solemn, slow I , Not Ilka the swift and Joyous ones W. used to know When we kissed because we loved each other Simply to taste love's sweet. And lavished our kisses a the summer Lavishes heat tint as they kiss when hearts are wrung, When hope ami rear art spent! And nothing ti left to give, except A sacrament. First of the three my darling, la saered unto palm We hue hurt each other often- - We (hell again i When we pine because we miss each other, And do not understand How the written words are so muoh colder Than, eye and hand. , . I kin thee, dear, for all such pain Which we may give or takei Murled, forgiven, before It comes For our love's Nike I ( The lecond kiss, iny darling, li fall tf Joy's sweet thrill i We hare blessed each other always We alwaya will. ... We shall reach until we feel each other, Past all of time and ipace . i We iliall listen till we hear each other In every place i The earth...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 21 February 1873

VERMONT FARMER. POR THE RURALISTS OIF THE nyEOXOrTXT STATE. Vol. iii.-no. 12. ST. jOHNSBUKY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1878. WHOLE NO. 116. I'Ulil.ISllF.l) WKF.KI.T, ,t t. .ron.vsitviiv, rr., nr CUMM.HGS & H0SK1HS. Terlil.--One copy, per annum ...V'J.30 lr paid strictly In ad vane ' Ratei of Advertising-. 8hott advertisements, 74 cents per Inch for Arstlnrer Hon. EMhsubsequentlnsertlon.KoenUiperlnoh, Ne hargelem than $1.00. Favorable rates for exlenSlvo and yearly advertlsora may be hail upon application to the publishers. llllYMINd ANU KAItMINO, Or, Tli. Dlflleultlea of Itunnlntr two Ma chines fit one. ITrittin and read by Mr: tMura Hrlgham Boyee. of yaytton, before the farmer' Mutiny at Uaittfiild, February 12, 1873. Ah I who would not bo a poet I . If there'! one, Just let us know It. Hut who seeks to woo the inuies Knowl, I trow, not what he cIioosm. lie who itrlrw to climb Parnasus With a halt and lame regassus, Oa will And hi! steed to tumble, But at thla he need not crumble, O...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 21 February 1873

T. II. IIONKIKN, .11. .,' Hullnr. Tkt ttmt U nmlng, firhnpt tcmr than nny tf hi think, wktn tkm vkodo tkt Kotl otkr,tnrliltkattTlt in eunttl, and diridt vnio tktmitlvtt tkt fruit ttktlr fit. St Johnabury, Vt, February 21, 1873 lU)ortl for the Vkrmomt Farmer. FARMERS' MEETING, With, th Htate Hoard of AKrlenlture, Jlaii itfarltiiee mill Mining, at Wall ulelil, Feb. 1 1 miit lit. TUESDAY AFTERNOON. Tlio meeting was culled to order by Secre tary Collier, and Judge Richardson, Presi dent of Washington County Agricultural So ciety, was, ou uiotiou called to the chair. The chair Introduced to the uudience Han, lllmm Carlton, x of Waitsfield, who welcomed the Hoard, and tho audience, with a Tew neat and appropriate remarks. Hon. Henry Lane, of Cornwall, then read a paper upou Root Culture for Stock Feeding. ' This paper will appear in full in the columns of the Farmer. Mr. Wilder, of Charlotte, inquired of Mr. Lane, how often ho fed beets. Mr. Iaue : 1 usually feed but once, in tho middle 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. — 21 February 1873

9 TITE VERMONT PARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. itvhcts. ilnnton .llnrkrl. Reported for the Vkrm(W Farmkii by A. 7). jriBJlAJUJ, Produce Commission Merchant. 21 Jolm Street, Boston. WghXHUlAY, Feb. 19. llnltrr ami Ch(fi Butter-On some fine toll about le If tb more ha heen obtained than lost week, and holder ro oonlldenl ttmt stock will be cleared out al full rates. New York And Vermont fine fall readily command M m ac In round lot, iinil .TJ 0 4ne la lb tot (election!. Straight dairies more rreely at 31 h 350 f r choloo, with occelonal alc at 360 V lb. Canada Tall raado has been fold at 31 370, and strict ly prime lot command aa high figure Vermont or New York. Common to good lota are taken at IS ffl 30o, at to quality. The (took of low grade 1 quite small, sercral lota baring been taken by New York dealer. Choose Thero liasboenmorelnqulry, and sales hare been made at 0 f lb orer Iitst week' price. There lure been sakl of choice factor' at 161 17c sf tb. and some holder...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 21 February 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AJNJD FAMILY NEWSPAPER. $rtcrittur. WHAT TURN 1 Whit thtnt Why then another pilgrim tongi And thn a hush of rent, divinely granted i And then a thirsty stage (ah me, to lost I), And then tlie brook, Juat where It inost ll wanted. What then! The pitching or the evening tent) And then, perchanco, a pillow rough ami thorn 1 And then tome meet and tender tnotsage, tent To cheer the faint one for to-morrow'i Journer. What then I The walling or the midnight wind, A TeTerlth tleep, a heart opprened and aching) And then a little water-erase to And Close by my pillow, ready for my waking. What then 1 1 am njt oareful to Inquire i t know there will be tears and feari and torrow i And then, a loving Saviour drawing nlgher, And laying: " I will aniwer for the morrow," What then? For all my ilm, III pardoning grace i For all my wantl and wool, Ilia loving klndnen i For darkeit shwlei, the ihlnlng of UoD't facet And Christ'! own hand to lead me In my blindness....

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 28 February 1873

VERMONT PARMER. .AJST -A.C3-B.IOXJXiTXJI3L. FAJJUEXTTST NEWSPAPER POP- THE RUBALIST3 OP THE O-PEEIST OXJISTTAUST STATE. VOL. III.-NO. 13. ST. JOIINSBTJRY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 187B. WHOLE NO. 117. mtrt PUBLISHED WKF.KI.T. AT ST. JTOItJVSBUIlV, IT., BT CUMMIHGS k HOSKIHS. Term.. On. copy, per annum ,,,..93.30 If paid strictly In adranee, 'J.00 Rates of Advertising. Short nir.rUiMn.il to, '71 e.nti pr Inch for Irtt Inter lion. Eaoh subsequent Insertion, ajeentiperlnoh. No herr 1M than $1.00. Farorable rites (or eitenslTe and yearly advertiser! may bo had pon application to tho pobltihtrs, X.KFT ALONE AT EIGHTY. IT AUCI ROlllM. What did 70a tay, dear, breaktattt Som.how I'to llept too latoi You are very kind, dear hfflo, Oo, loll th.m not to wait. I '11 dreat at quick at oyer I oan My old handt tremble tore, And Poll, who mod to help, dear heart t, Llea t' other tide o' the door. Pat ap"tho old pipe, deary I eouM n'tTmoke to-day i I 'm aort o' dated and frith toned, Awl don't know what...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 28 February 1873

THE VERMONT FAEMEK : AN AGRICULTURAL AND H AMILY NEWSPAPER. XTlfci' lit lilt lit VrMtVtH 51'""' !. II. llt.NKIIMM, 91. Im I'Ullor. rk, timt u tomin,, tKpt Mtntr thtn ant tkM.wkinlkti Kkofr tkiKotktflKtvtrtilMtrult fit rMfief and diiidt vnto iktmttttfi Ik fruit ctktir 1,11, St. Johnsbury, VL, February 28, 1873 Keporled for the Vkrnont Fam-ir, FARMERS' MEETING, With, the SUlt lloaril of Agriculture, Man unictnrei anil MI.iI.ik, al I.unnbnrgli, '!. IN anil 10. TUMDAY MOIlNINd, The meeting was organized by tho choico of Hon. John W. H.rtshorne as chairman, and Chester W. Thomas, Ksq., as Secretary. Judge Ilartshorne opened tho session with r :... ..!,. n- ..u. Wo u ivn niiiuuiit 111 10 iciiiai&D. iiu duiu i n v are glad to welcome tho Hoard of Agricul ture, but our land is valuablo for aerieultural uses and all of us should certainly desire and seek aucr .mprovcutni .u uur uus.uew. v..o . A 1 l . t I 1 r-..u ! 1 .. .... K u u. ur ....mug ...... muW . 1 i. ... rj-cum.., .u uuu...., ....

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 28 February 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Sffiirhcte. Motion .Jttirt.lt. Reported for the VnMO!ct. PiRUcn by a. J. irimiAiiJ), Produce Commlaalen Merchant, SI John Street, Boston. IVJMiir, Feb. 50. Mutter mill Cheese. The Flutter market has heen nulet dorlnif tlie ireek. Pine hit lots or New York end Vermont ere In Unlit mpply and firmly held lit .10 St 38e, Willi aalea at tlioeo llicnroa. Selection haro been taken at .W St 400 If ft, and aomotlmea a shade higher. Choice dairies, Including luininer and fall made, range rrom 31 a 3.V) ami fair to cood at as m 30o ly lb. A large portion of the receipt for aoine week paat came from Canada, but we undcratand that tho stuck thero la now almoet exhausted. Prime fall lota of Canada hare been telling at 31 St 30e, and occasionally 3? (O :so hat been obtained. Choice Western fall made la In light aupply and readily command! 30 m 32o if lb. Common grade are Heady and aalea ranco from IB St ana ty ft. The atook of Inferior llut...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 28 February 1873

ovn own. If I hail known In l morning Uow wearily til thl day Tha wordi unkind would trouble my mini) That I Mid when you wen wy, I hid ben more cartful, darling, Nor given you needless pain i nut wo rex our own with look and ton Wo may never lake back again. For though In the quiet evening You may tire me the klra of peace, Yt It wall might lie that never for me The pain of the heart should oeaae I How many go forth at morning Who nerer com. home at night 1 And hearta hare broken for hanh wordi ipoken, That torrow oan ne'er aet right. We hare careful thought for the itranger, And imllei fur the eomellme gueiti But oft for our own the bitter tone, Though we lore our own the belt. Aht Hps with the curve Impatient, Ah I brow with the thade of loorn, T were a cruel fate, were the night too late To undo the work of moral "YKKP, PEEP," My ehlckle'i name i Cuddle, Jut' ice him blink bti eyeii lle'i Srownle'i little orphan. An' lliteni dreffle wise, My! but I think he 'i awlul Fanny little...

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 March 1873

VERMONT FARMER. -A.3ST -AL.C3-HiaXJXiTXJK.-A.Ii JJSTJD FJ.2&XTnr KTBWSPAPEB POB TKCB IXJPlAXilSTS OF THE GKRSlBIIXr 3WtOXJJSTTA.IKT STATE. VOL. III.-NO. 14. ST. JOHNSBtJKX FRIDAY, MARCJEt 7, 1873. WHOLE NO. 118. ' FUHM811ED WKEKI.T, r ar. aouA'savn vt nr CUMM1HGS k H0SK1HS. Terra.. One oopy, p.r annum, ....S'J.SO Ifpaldstrlotlr to adraao. . Rates of Advertising. 8hr a4t rttt.m.nU, 7k o.nU p.r Inoh tut licit Ini.r il.m. Baeh subsequent Insertion, ascents perinea. He hare less than $1.00. Favorable, rates for extensive and yearly advertisers nay b. had upon application to the publishers. 1VANTKD. flod fire us meal a time like this demands Dtronc mindi, peat hearts, true lalth and r.ady bandl .Men whom the luit of ofllo. does not kill, Men whom the tpolli of offlc. cannot bay Men who poises opinions and a will i Men who bare honor i men who will not He i Ken who can stand befor a demagogue. And damn hit treacherous flatterlet without winking. Tall sits, inn-crowned, who lire above ...

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 March 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. T. II. IWINKI.VN, .11. Bit r.illlar. .. r if - : .. Tkf timt it nmlKQ, ptrhoft ihiit an aZjTef m Iklnk, vn ! tektdtiki wort vrldikatlnlt in cttcll, fd dMHt unit Iktmntiti Ikt wi tftktir "" St. Johnsbury, Vt., March 7, 1873. lUputtol fur Hi Vermont Parhib, FARMERS' MEETING, Willi Hi rflaU Hoard of Agriculture, Man., nractnrra anil Mining) a tmliitr, on Tli.ir.ila)' ami Krlilay, Vtti, 'M mill !41. TI1UKSIUV Artr.R.NOOX. Owing to some delay in trains, tlio mom bets of t lie Board i)il not roach iho placo cf meeting Until three o'clock i. in., at which time the session was opened, 1). 0. Wright, Esq.. of Westminster, being ohoseu chairman. A brief opening address wag made by M. W. Davis, Esq., President of the Wostmlustor farmer' Club (by the way, one of tho most ffldo-awako and efficient organizations of its elans iu New England,) iu which a hearty welcome was extended to the Hoard, and to tho visitors from abroad. The first pa...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 7 March 1873

I 1 MiT-Tm irwmvfn1fP inAl?MVl?. V NT ATi ?,H I.TITI? AT. A Mil iv M T T . V iV Ti: AV S I A I l . It . XXiLXU V JJ LVJ.JS 1 A A' XXJLaUJa J Jl.li i JLJUV.S a . -w v ; jLlutjl JU JLJ-l ; uiu.jlju j. a.1 JJ II Ml ---- UhflS.V, Vrrtteimr .tltit'ltet. , Frfm oO Spe eial H'P'ter, SAicRDAr, Mr, I. The tlolirhitiE Brood, and tho day warm and sprint IIVc "u.l I II.. S.l to 1;. well 5ll1'i't .lull market m there la hut small thow r ant thing In th. . Produce line. A f'W tubs f butter found . ready ml. it iW w f"V winter, 31 i 1'k) fur full, with k Utile tiewat35e. Potdt.ic retailing ffiira the load l 7f. The market being supplied at 700 wholesale. Kggs37o. Hay and Ri o Straw W IU and .lull, Applet tlM V M-l. - lllchmaml .JIarftcl. From oar Special Reporter, TursnAT, Mar. a'. Oar market hat been without butter or eheeso for the last Are or nix woolti, except In email quantities, hut to-day toninVU or W tubs were at market. Lett week ten tonii of choeso were shipped from here that had 1een he...

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 March 1873

TUK VERMONT JFARMEB : AN AGRICULTURAL AND JbAJMILY NEWSPAPER. Jphcrntuw. A HAIIY iptTKHVIWKD. TO I LITtLK Oltl, JCIT A WI1K OLD, Only a bhby, Hhout any hair, Cpt Just llttl futl her and tlir. Onljr a baby, nam you hare nonat Barefooted and dimpled, (watt little one. Only a baby, teeth none at all i Whit ate you fwd for, only to equal! I Only a baby;. Juil,) week old i Wbil art yon hire for, you little icold I tiir'i narLT. Only a baby I whet should 1 be! lUe' btK foU ha been little like in. 'Alnt dot any lia.tr! I hare too i 'gpoae'n 1 hare n't, den It tooil (row. Mot any teeth wouldn't hare one i Don't det my dinner by gnawing a bone. What am 1 here fott 'at pretty mean Who ' dot a better right, 't erer you seen I What am I doot for I did you ray t Kber eo many good thing, erery day, 'Tourte I (quell wmetlaies, ometlme I bawl, ley dasaant f pant me, 'caute I'le to imall. Only a baby, ei lr, 'at ' to i 'N If you only could, you 'd be one too. At all 1 hereto lay t yeu 're 'mot too o...

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