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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 14 October 1871

llOYAIj ft'JIMINCSS. lrnirlrtur. T. II. HOSKI.VM, .11. 1)., Killlnr. J NEWPORT, SATURDAY, OCT. 14, 1871. j voii. i, iv. ir,. (TerniH, $1.00 Ii- Amiiiiiii. 9 rrm.tsm:i r.vKitv satukhay AT NEWPORT, ORLEANS COUXTY. VT. ROYAL CUMMINCS, PROPRIETOR, T. H. HOSKINS, M. D., EDITOR. TKHMSi Onc iloll.tr tvr itununi, p-iyaMe ln ndvnnce. A11 li.tperM tlK'oiitlnueil wlivu the tlme paM f"r vxptrc. AilviTtUcmeuU liHertctl fur 50 ceitti k? luch, tirstlnH'rtlunf J3 ceiit p?r Inch, each suWiiuent liijertlon. Twclve line. of thU tlte tjrw little nii Incli. XS Wlicn u bluc crom U m.i.le nliit thla iarKrai)i " ileuotvi tlmt the ulHcrlttlu expirr thr ntxl ttetk; We slull lie 1cH8etl to luve it reneweil, Anl glve thu nmch no tice ln unler that the uhcrber neel tiot inU aay numlwr. (iOI.US.MlTll JIAID. It is not innppropriato nt this timu to givo si pen pieture of this celebratod niare, whoso iiainu is now iu theiuouthsof nll whondniirn the beauty, uiiitiii'jincu iiuil speed of that ani mal whieh, after woi...

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 October 1871

354 VEKM'ONT MRMEK. T. II. IIOSICINS, M. D n.litor. Communlcatloni and lcttcrs reUtlng to the rditorial man. Rgeraenl of the la)wr ahouM b ulilrenaeil to the ttlltor. All thera ihouM be uldretacd to the Publliher, or ilmply to Uie Kikhir. lloth, however, tnny be reached In the cune tetter. KAST IIOHSr-S AND IWST JIR.V. Wo liavo becn itskcil, in viow of what wo havo ut divers tinies said in rcferencc to ra cing at fairs, whethor wo wcro opposed to trials of spced thorc or olsewhcre. Wo reply tliat wo itro not. It is quite us proper to tcst the spced of horscs oxhibited at n fair ns to tcst the strongth of oxen. What wu object to is licitlior fast horses nor prcniiunis for tho spced, as well ns tho othcr qualitics of that noblo benst. Wo go for tho dovclop ment of ovcry useful qunlity in horscs as wcll as in all domostic aninials. What we object to is that so nnblu and useful nn aniniul ns tho horso sliould bo dcgraded into nn implenicnt of gambling, and thtis niado a donioralizing ag...

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 October 1871

VERMONT FAKMEK. 355 IIIGII PltlCKS FOR SIIORTIIORNS. Tho grcat dcmaiid for beof in tlm eitios and Inrgo towns in this country, koops np tliu priccs of Sliortltorns beyond iill othcr brccds of cattlo. Ttiintyli thcy havo bccn vcry ex tcnsively ciiltivutcd Imtli nt tliu East and in tho ItiMiriiint pasturcs of tliu West, priccs nrt1 still rising. Wo havo probably quito us gooil Sliurtliorns as c:in bo foutul in tho worlcl. Hreeders from Grcat Itritain arc now found umong tlio purchascrs at our an miiil sales. Atusalc ofSliortliornsin Wood ford Co., Kentuoky, .Tuno 27th, cight bulls brought nn uvorugo prico of 190,02i, itnd twcnty-fivo cows bronglit un averagoof 305. Tliu highest bnll wus 34 10, und tliu highest cowSl,025. Atasalo at l'aris, Kuntucky, June 2Jth, thu bulls avcraged 181.50, and thu cows 230. At a pnblic salo in Clnrk Co., Ky., .Tuno 30th, tliu bulls uvuragcd 100, and thu cows 277. Thcso aro gruat priccs to pay for cattlu, but thuy aro cheaper to tliu purchascrs wlio inaku...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 14 October 1871

356 VERMONT FARMER. Htvstclhmcous. TIIAT FUNNY Q,UAKEIt AOAI.W Iinnc n Pnnl I Ilaun.iti i My homeward Journey wat delayed at nu!Ttlo, Whmc pmple were pmfonndly ttlrred concernlng a Horte thow ; Ainl bclng, M thee knowi, a great admlrer of gnod brvcds, I went to tee the concourfe of thelr raluable rtccda. The flrst lot of ten hortet was brought fnrth, whcn I got the re, In g!fc', to frall each teemed n diluslon anj n mare, Helrode hy drlrers mott fonlhardy n ll ecmod to me Who drove, llke Jehu, aon of Nltmlil, even furlomly. I JilcWcil the lt among them, in thc twlnkllng of nn eye, Aml wlthlng lliat I could aflbrd that noMe runre to Imy I tunieil, aml In ! Ix-fore me I lieheld a nolty crew, Thronglng a tcnt, where one was elllng hortes at vendue. Ile mcntloned several horte sold atready "In the ponl " 1 dld notaik what "jioolt" were, lett I mlght bc tleemed a f.K.l, Mueh Ignorance a llent tongue wlll friUtntly dl"gule, Aml even"a fl that lmMctti hli peace Is counted wlse." The f.ivur...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 14 October 1871

VERMONT PARMER. 357 (Scitcml $tcms. They iirc now easting tlioir nets in tho sea of Oalllco from stcnm yaehts. Marriago lieonses iu Mnrylaud bcar tlio stato scal with tlio stato niotto Crcncitc ct multlpliattiiiui (inerease and multiply.) An Knglish mcdical jouriml says that wear inggrpen kids froqiientry caiics oruptions on th! hanils which aru alino.-t incttrablu. Tho largest llotir inill in tho world is ono whicli Gt'ii. W. H. 'riionias, of lliil:il;lj)lii:t, U now runuing, aiul grinds 1200 barrels of bread tintber evpry tlay. A colorcd lioy was rcccntly eonvietod at Granville, N. C, of roasting a sablo play mate nlive, and as a ponulty for tlio crime the jutlgo Imtiiid him out to lcavn n trado. Thcro aru at prescnt twenty monibors in tlio Freshman elnss of tlio Univcrsity of Ver mont. Tlio propects of tlio collego in overy respoet nevcr wcro bottor tlian attlio prescnt timo. A lovo letter, picked np in Springlleld, 111., Iiad tlio following'paragrapli : "My liost lovcd oiip, I c...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 14 October 1871

358 VERMONT 1TARMEK. gcparlmcnt. MUUUKU T1IOSE TEKIIIHI.E LATIONS. 11EVE- Tlie reading pcoplo of our city, nnil, in deed, of tlio wliolo oountry, havo been groat ly e.xcited during a nionth past liy tho "Tnink Mystery."tho detoction of "Dr." Kosen.woig, "Mndam" Hurns, and othors. It is well tliut these rovelations Imvo thns como proininent ly boforo tliu publiu .jp such n wuy us to urouso attention. To us thero is notliinu new in k11 this. Tho long-tiine rcadors of tlio Amcnatn AyricuUHn.il know how fre quently this juuriiul lms uttered words of warning; how often it has spokon in dopre catory and sorrowful tonos ot tho courso 0f cortain jouriinls albeit admitted into and supportod by Christian fnmilios that liavo uctcd :is tliu paid and efiiciont agents of tlio iucarnatc dovils who for inonny, uumlur in cold blood thoir heeatombsof livlng niortals, born oi- unborn. Not long sincu wo showed that, to pay tlio u.xponses of advertising, &c, thcso inurderers must reeeivo froin thoir...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 14 October 1871

VE RMON T r ARM ER. 359 $clt0ums. SIIEPI1KKUS ASD TI1KIII FUICKS. A niischief-lncerting niistnkc is niiulo whon pastors anil pcoplo fail to establlsl) and maintnin bctwccn eacii otlior it litiisness rolation jtist ns ini1eponlent of tlio spirit ual as it is possiblc to niuko it. Tho physiciau may lc, and in multittulcs of instancos is. tho tlcarcst fricml ; but lic livos by his pro fcssion, nml his scrviccs liavo a rceognized money vnluc which lio cxpccts to rcccivo witliout a qucstion. IIo would prefcr, pcr liaps, to rondcr his scrviccs witliout rcward, cspecially to thoso wliom ho lovcs; but ho lias nioutlis to focd and provisions to niako for a rainy day, and for tlio days of hclplcss ncss tliat como at lastto all. So, though love and sympatliy, nnd solf-dcnial for love and sympathy's sako inay liavo actnatcd hini in all his daily rounds ofdnty, hc goes homo at night, tnkcs down his blottcr, and ontcrs his chargcs as fonnally as if ho liad bccn solling farni-produco or tin-wcar. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 14 October 1871

360 Y E 11 M O X T F A 1! M K 11 C'Ol'ItTIXf; IX MOIIHASICA. KnVctn T n Siiucllj- if .SIiiKlr 'Woiihii, Tliu fact is, tlio womcii nrusuam) and nirii ntv plcnty. 1 11 niiivkct phriisc, thi) woniau "dfiuand far oxcceds tho snilI"- Tlioc ino.xornbk' laws of Mipply unil dfiuaiid, nbout which politk-al nlii) othrr ceolioiiiii-ts tlu light.to lalk, havo nut yut corrcctud tliis uuid qiiostion. A hcavy ilosu of girls, noiio of your hoiiii'opathic pnwriptlons, is what Xo braska.iieods, aud tho btoniai'hs of lier yomi'jr niun will always rouiain sour imtil tlio aiip ply coinw. You have nu idua East how anx ious yotmg inen in tliis region nro to mavry. I lt tlio words of a prairiu farnitT, courtiii's hot. The poor tuan is passing througli a bittcr uxpt'riuiiL't1. A party of us woro duck-liiint-ing the othcr day on the Missotiri hottoms. Nhjht ovortook us boforo wu woro awaro of it, niid wu woro ol)ligc(l to si-ek lodginj; at tlio firt (hvclliiijr wo eould lind. It was a sniall ono story struet...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 21 October 1871

ui 1 1 H I "1 1 IF I I HOVAI, C'lTM.MIXOS, ProprUtnr. I T. II. IIOSICI.VS, 31. EilKor, 5 NEWPORT, SATUimAY, OCT. 21, 1871. J VOI.. I, K. 10. (Tcrnm, 91.(10 ier Aiiiiiiiu. I'L'ltMSIIKU KVEItY SATUUUAY AT NKUTORT, ORLEANS COUXTY, YT. ROYAL CUMMINQS, PROPRIETOR, T. H. HOSKINS, M. D., EDITOR. TKRMS : One ilollar pcr nmium, payahle In advance. AU paptrd (Uconttnuctl whcn the tlme pald for explres. AilvcrtUciucnU liuerted fur 50 cenU per Inch, flrst lniertlon 23 cenU 1T Inch, each u!)iiucnt liucrtlon. Twelve llnci of this Mic type make an Inch. 17 Whcn a Mue crosi U maile agalnit tlili paragraph II dcnot?4 that the subscrlptton sxpires the next week. We shall In. plcasal tn harc It renewwl, and -glve thui much no ttce in onlcr that the subKrlber neetl not inlis aay numbtra. THE IIAY PANIC. Tho following appears in sovcral journnls withouturcdit. It w:is original, probably, in :v l'ortland papcr. It will npply in our Stnto : Thu ellbits boing niado by iutcrestod par tics to keep up and rni...

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 October 1871

362 T. II. IIOSICINS, M. I)., Killtor. Coinmunicallons antl lettera relatlnft to the cilltnrlal man agemrnt of the paper iheuM l mWref jed to the JMItor. All othera iliuuM Iw wlilreineil to the Vublljhcr, cr ilmjily to Uie FiRMF.R. Uoth, however, may be reachel ln the eame leltcr. OANVA8SINU AOEXTSi K. O. 'U'lIIPPI.K, .TAMES G. S.1IITII. SOIUIEI, AX1) POTASII. Tho 1'coplc is not yct quito sntisficd nbout tliis quostion. Aftcr quoting onr nrtiolo, cx plnining tlio wny in which sorrol oxtraets lts potash froin iv soil whcro othur plants fail for wnnt if it, tlio editor says : In lliis sonso sorrol may, perhaps, bo justly donomiiintod a "potnsh plant," orn dissolvcr and elnborator of tliat itnportunt cloitiont. Uut that is not exactly tho point at issnc as wo undorstnnd it. What wo contonded was that sorrel seoms to bu tho spontancous growth ol oxhaustod lands nnd by oxhaust ed lands wo mcan thoso that havo bcon ox hauslcd of eertain clcnients ncccssary for plant growth. and aniong 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. — 21 October 1871

VERMONT PARMEE. 363 A1JOUT TllAIM(i YOCNG THOTTKIlg. A corrcspondout oftho New York Spiril oflhe Timcs, writing uii tho brccding nnd trumlug of trotting horsrs, rccoinnicuds that nfler hnving ,nltlvMtil tln dispoition in thc paront.-, iti order that they niny traiisiiiit to tliu colt n tondonoy to trot, niul, if possiblc, n nutural trotting gait, tliu culturo so long ugo comincnccd should still ho continucd whcn tho colt uppcurs. Its tondency to trot is to bc eneouraged, not only to givo dircctiou to tho form nnil nnisclus, fortho ssiko of its own trotting spccd, but to inoultl tliu chnractcr, to intensify thc disposition, thnt it inuy bu agaiii trnusmittedto tliu noxtgonerution with rcdoubled forco. At tho outset tho confidcnco of tho colt imist bugaincd. Fcur coutructs tho musclcs, nnd undur its inlluenee tho requisito action caiinot bo dcvcloped. llcnce, whcn tho colt is born, it sliould bo cnred for with tho ut most gcntlcncss. After it has lcarned to eat lonf sugnr from tho han...

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 October 1871

364 VERMONT 3TARMER. llTiscclhiTcnus. GOXE WITH A JIANDSOJIEH MAN. jonx. I've workcd In the fleld 11 day, a plowln' the ilony atreak I've ecoldcd my tcam tlll I'm Iionree ) I've tramped tlll my lega are weak I've choked a doien aweara (ao'a not to tcll Janc flb) When the plow-plnt atruck a atone and the handlea puncheri my rlt. I've put my team In a barn, and rubbed thclr aweaty coata ) t'vc fed them 011 a hcap of hay anl half a bushel of oata And to ee tlicm cat makca me llko eatln' feel, And Janc won't aay tonlght that I don't niake out a meal. Well ald ! Iho door Is locked ! but here ahe'a lcft the key Under the atep, In n pl.ice known only to her and me I wonder who'a ilyln' or ilead, that ahe'a huatlcd off 111- IIK'II But here on the tahle'a a note, aml probably that wlll lell. Oooil Cod my wlfe haa gone ! my wlfe haa gone atray ! The lctter It aaya i "Oood-bye, for I'm a golng away ; I've llviil wlth you lx montha, John, aml o far I've becn true ( But I'm golng nwny to-day wlt...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 21 October 1871

VERMONT EARMER. 365 (Scitcnil Jtnus. Two Irishtucn Imvo boon eateu by tho Fijians, who speak liiglily of llicir tcndor ness and gamey llavor. Thcro wero 1,700 samplcs of milk inspcct cd in lloston last yoar, of which (110 wcro moro or less ndultcratcd. Young ladics in New Ilavcnnro loarning to play tho violiu. Tho idca of having four strings to thoir bow is fiiscinating. A "cotton stato fair" is soon to bo hcltt in Georgia ivitli purscs for conipotitive piano plnying by ladies as onu of tho features. An imlignatit German ofllccr lias writton to a London papor to deny Lord Sliaftesbury's statcnicnt that piety prevails in tho Prussian army. Tho mayor of Macon, Ga., lias oflercd a silver servico worth $50 to tho prctticst girl in tho stato undor 17 years old, who appears at tlio coniing stato fairin a homc-spun dress. Tho mcdicnl society of Washington is still curscd with colorphobia, and recuntly reject cd I)r. C. H. Pnrvis, a gentlmnan of thor ongh nicdical cducation, for no othor rc...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 21 October 1871

366 VERMONT FARMER. 3Pabics cprtwcnt DKKA3IS AM) llEAI.lTIKS. TIic fnllowlng Km li tlie last une seut by I'hu'lie Cary In IlariK'n' Ilazar, 0, lWnamoud, thou fnlr and good, And iwrfect flower of woinanhood, Thou royal rose of Junc, Why dld'st tliou tlru before thy llme? Why wlltier lu the flrit sweet j'rlmc ? Why dld'st thou ilie so soon 1 1'or, looking backward through my tears Ou thee. and ou my wasted )eurs, I cannot choose but Bayt lf thou had'st llveil to be my gulile, Or thu had'st llved aml I had dled. Twere Iwtttr f,ir to-day. 0 chlld of llght, 0 goldcn head llrlght aunheam for one moineut hcil L'Kn llfe's lonely way Why dld'st thouvanlsh frora our slght? Could they liot ijare mj little llght Froni lleaven's unclouded ilay ( 0 frleml so true, 0 friend so good Thou on drcam of luy maldenhood, That gave youth nll lu cliarnn Whnthad I done, or what hadst thout Tliat tlirough thla louMome world till now We walk wlth tmnty arras. And yet had thla poor soul been fetl Wlth ull lt t...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 21 October 1871

YERMOjSTT farmer. 367 THE VERMONT FARMER FOR 1872. In order to greatly Increase ttic sulwcrlptlon llst of tlie FARMrn dnrlng the comlng f.ill montha, wc have decldcd to offer tlie followlnp Iiiiliicruii'iitK for Nciv Sllliicillx rn. To any one, not alreaily a mibttriber, eho thall tcribe prtvloutly to thrjint ilay ofjnnunry for Ihr F.n Mtnfor Ihr ytar 1872. nc ulll tt nd, u a prcient, all the numbrrt of thlt ytar lehleh thall bt itturd afttr Am tubtertption i rectlitd. We would ask our subscrlliers evcrywhcrc to cxtcnd thls notlce and to Invltc Ihelr nclghbon to eubscrllie. llut our present sulwcrllicrs are not to lw forgotten. W have uii "Inducemcnt" for tlirm alao. To titry onr that icitl foricard the tubtcriptlon ofone new tubicriber for one year, tcith the renewul ofhit oien tubtcriptlon for nine montht, xce will credit thr othtr thrte montht to rompirte hh ycnr j nnd ln tlie snme proportlon for nny greater numljer of sulwrlbers he may be able to wnl. Thus hy aendlug FOl'lt ne w...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 21 October 1871

368 VERMONT FARMER, I'KN-SI'ATTEIIS. A euto youngstur says tlio Connecticut Kivcrisso callcd bccauso it conncTt.s Ver mont uml Now Ilanipshiro und cnts througli SIiiiS!i(.'liusutts. Wlicn Socratcs wns tnlil by :i friund thut his jiulgcs li:ul seiiti'iiccd hini to dcath; "And has not natnro," said lu, "pussud tlio saiiiescntunco upon thcm?" Whatovcris hlgliest :md holiost is tingod with niolaiicholy. Tho oyo of guiiins has always :i plaintivo uxprcssion, and its natural langnagc is puthos. A prophut is saddor tlian other nion ; and hc who wns groatcr tlian nll prophots wns "a man of sorrow anil nciitiaiutud witli grief." A corrospondunt of thc Hartford Couranl wlio has bcen suiling nlong tho Jlassacliusctts coast, wondcra wliy Gloncustor is spulled tho wiiy it is; and if that is rigbt, wliy shouldn't lobstor be spcllcd "lobooster"? Tho San Francisco Nuws Lcttcr coimiicnt ing on tho rcport that for 15 years a man lias sat on iv fencc, daily, and suen overy train go by, says: Ho is pro...

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 October 1871

s IIOYAIj CI'MMIXOH, Proprlctor. I T. II. IIOSICINS, 31. Edltor. J NEWPORT, SATURDAY, OCT. 28, 1871. ( VOL. I, No. 17. (Txriug, Sl. 00 irr Aiiimiii. Il'IIMSIir.l) EVEKY SATUIIOAY AT NEWPORT, ORLEANS COUXTY, VT. ROYAL CUMMINGS, PROPBIETOR, T. H. HOSKINS, M. 0., EDITOR. TKKMSi One ilollir wr Bnnum, payuble lii ailrance. All Iwm JlKontliiueJ when the tlmc paid for explrei. Advertlsi'inentiilnterted for 50 ceutilwr Inch, Sritlnwrtloni 25 kdIi ik.t Inch. e ach ubMrquent lnsrtlon. Twelve llnei of thli Uc tjj make an inch. Cr When a Wue cru.s U mnle aRalntt thW paragraph It denolM that the ubncrlptlon mpirei tht ntxt tverk. We hall I pleaseil to hare lt rcneweil,nd glre thu much no- llce In order tht the nulucrlber need not mln ay numlwre, "WIIAT IIOUSES SIIAL.I, WE ltAISEV A Ileiily to Mr. Chnpmon' Crltlclaiui, Iy -ol. E. S. Stotrell, of Cormvnll. I ani glml that thero is ono pcrson in tho wovltl that admires horsos hs woll as I do, or at least thinks hc does, for it cortainly affonls gre...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 28 October 1871

370 VERMONT FARMBE, ftcrmtmt Jfnrms. Pnrm niul FnriiiliiR nf II. C. Clrvrlniul, Coventry, Vtt, lrclilent of tlie Orlrmiii Ciiuntj' ARrlculturnl Snclcty. Somo of thc proinincnt enterpriscs of tho county, whether niauufacturing, hauking or rallroadlng, havo reeeived nil niul encour ngonicnt from Ilon. E. Clovoland, nnd fnrin ing wns not neglectod ly liini, ulthougli It tlitl not rocoivo nll his eloso uttcution. A fnrni of 210nercs, nlong thc bank of the livor niul back iipon thc lullsidc, iucliuling :i sugar orclianl, was gradually brought into prolit ablo condition. A hcrd of Sliortlioni cattlo wns started, tmt tlio enro of tho fann and cattlo was scvcral ycars ago turncd ovcr to the son, Ilenry C, whosc practico lias dovol oped somo noteworthy vcs?nlts. Tlio lields contain about sovonty-livo acrcs. Tlio soil varios froni tlio alluvial mcadow to tlio elaycy loani, and ns it rises it chaiiges in tho eleratcd povtions to sandy loam. As I pass ovcr tho iiolds this Oetobor day, and sco t...

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 October 1871

VERMONT FARMBR. 371 SIIELTEIUNO STOL'IC IN AV'IXTEIl. Wo nrovide oursclves with eonifortnhlo clothing in wintiT to ward oll tho oH'ccts of colil. Wo Pat fat nieats for tho samo reason. Tho moro liurtliorn and eoldor tlio cllm:ito, tho nioro of futty substances aro consumed. 'L'hu Ksiiuhnaux diink train oil. Thcso sub stances contain niuch carhon, nnil carbon produccs lioiit. Iarm stock in tho winter cravo oily grains, as eorn, for tho reason that they assist in kcoping tip thc auinial hent. Is it not poor eeonoiny in view of thcso facts to lct your cattle, eolts ani! shecp, winter at tho side of some bleak hill, or in tho feneo corners, when n littlo tnno and nionoy expended at odd tiincs wnuld provido thcni with eom- fortablo stables, or nt tho lenst, warni shcds Tlio nioticv niiid for tliis will pay for itsolf cach spason, to say notliing of tlio satisfac- tion of kiiowmg that you liavo done nll m your power to inake your farni stock as eom- fortabli' as possiblo. Tho farnier know...

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 October 1871

372 VERMONT FARMBR. ttstclbtitcnus. UNDEU THE 3IAPI.K. BT XJtTK r. OSGOOD. The (tart it gave tuc Just now to see, As I stood in the door-way looMng out. Kob Orecne ut pUy by the maple tree, Throwtng llic scarlet lcavts ubout! It carrlol me hack tl long, long wuy Tt'ii years ago huw tlic tline rutis by I There was nobody lcft at hotne that ilay Ilut little Jlmmy and fatlicr nud 1 1 My husband's father, an old, old nmn, Close on to clghty, but stlll so smart It wns only of l.ite that lic In'gan To stny In the house unil doze apart. But thc fancy took hlra that aftcrnoon To go to the meadow to watch the men And as fast as I argued, Just a soon lle went rlght orer it all agaln I Tlll, seelng hnw set he seemed to be, I tliought witli the nlr so warm nml stlll, It could nnt hurt lilm to go wlth me, Aiul flt fur ii little umler the hlll. So, lendlng my nrm to hls fecblc trcad, Togither slowly we crosanl the ruul, While Jlm and hls cnrt ruu on aheaj Wlth a heap of jillow fur wagon lnail. We...

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