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FAIi, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1883.
Itho heat doveloped wlll monldor them down Into a much moro oommtnatod etato Itban any mechanioal moanH oan dos tho larger tho hoap tho tnoro powerfni tho aotlon, and a alight coverlng ol oarlh, mixod. if you wlll. with plaater. will ald Ila retalnlng nny ammonia that may be evolved. In olays, where potaah ia not often required, common soil may take the Iplaoe ol tho aabea. In thia i'rovlnco ol iQuebec, until the prloe of artiflolal ma luurea ta lowerod conalderably, H in vam to llook for their general employment." PARSONS" PURGATIVE ii PILLS Somo fiocky Farms Exccllont for Frutt. Every farmor ahould atudy tho adapta- Ibillty of his soil and ondeavor to so man- Iage hla land aa to obtaln the largoatprofit ablo return from lt. Not all farma aro good grasa land, but yot, some oue muat Io wn thom, and they must do tho beat thoy can with them. Somo farms aro so f all of rooks that it ia impossible to cultivate Imore than amall portiona of them, yot the soil may bo of the beat quality, and ex- lcellent for tho growth of apple-trees. In INew Eogland thoro are large areas where the land ia bo rocky that tho farm seema lalmost valnelesa, ezcept for paatures, and lyet apple-treea thrive remarkably well on Ithem. A tree only needa to get a start and it ia sure to mako a good thrifty growth. Numbera of treea aro aeon Ispringing up by tho roadside and in paa- Iturea, so that quite large oroharda will be mot with whioh havo eprnng up in this way. A man in Winthrop, Maine, had lono of those hard, atony farma. llano-l Iticed that Roxbury Ruaaets throve ro- Imarkably well on hia farm, and about thirty yeara ago bo began to aet ont ap- Iple-treea and graft them to Roxbury llus- aets. He baa kept on eetting the treea, till now he haa about thirty aorea in or- phards, and hia annuil aalea of fruit amount to about $2 000 or upwarda per ar. Now, that rocky farm of hla ia just profltable aa the beat of farma f ree Irom weeda in hia aeetion. Tho aame niog might be done with many other cky farma. Set them to apple-treea, are for the treea and await the coming larvest. In this way somo of tho most cky and forbldding looking farma oonld le made very profitable. And wlll comptetely chnnRo the blood In tho ontlro nyatem In Uiree montlu. Any pcraon who wlll tuico 1 x'lii acn nigut rrora l to 13 vreeks, may bo restoreu to boiumI lionlth, lf linch a thlng Uo posilblo. For Fmalo ComplalnU thoso Flllf Iibto no eqnjtt. Fhyalclani uo them for tho curo of I.IVKK nni) KIUtfKV dlnenaea. Sold ereirirhern, or aent by mall for 25c In etampa. Clrcularg froe. I. 3. JOHNSON & CO , rtoston, Hui. Croup, Asthmn, nronchltlg, Tfenrel. Kla, Ilheumatlsm. JOHNSON' ANO 1 1 Y NB M N I M ENT ( InlrrnaUnd Kiitnut ) wlll liialaiitaneoutlr rclleye IhM terrlW Ulmaici, and wlll pojlllvcly cura nlne tara nut of ten. Inrormailon that wlll ve man llvrs cnt free hy mall. Don't delaj a mmeai DIPHTHERIA JOHNSON'S ANODYNE iat. Ilarklne Couih. Whonnliur Couuti Dlioaici or tha Hplno. Sold cvcrynlicro LiNIMENT CUItns lnnuenis, rtlffdlnr at tho LnnRi Itoarae , C'hronlc iHarrhioa. liyarntery, (Irolcra Morbim, Kldner 1 muklos. and j. Clrculan frce. I H. JOHNSON A CO., lloston, Mau. MAKE HENS LAY It Ia fi welt.known faet that tnot of tho Uorna aitd ( 'little I'owilcr ioM In this cotin trjr U worthlci that Shcrldftn's Condltlon rnwdls nbvilntelvntiroand verrvaluable Noltilncr nn Knrth wlll mnko hens Inr 11k o Hhprlilan'fi Cnmlltlnn I'nvr- Inr. iKt-tA. onn tpainnnnfnl (o pacli nlnt nf ftxxl. Itnlll nlso pnaltlvcW provrnt nni cniro 1 HftffChoIrro.Ac Sodeverywl)ere,OTaentbTtnallfVT26c.l SOLD liV O. JtLAKKI.KV, MONTPKLIKKt VT. REMEMBEE That Farwell is closing out his stock of Clolhing, Ilats, Caps, Furs and Furnishing Goods very cheap " Before moving into his new store." All 8hop--vorn or old style goods will be closed out regardless of cost. Chil dren's Overcoatsfrom $1.75 upwards. Men's Overcoats from $3.00 upwards. Black Beaver Ulsters, $5.00. Look at them before buying elsewhere. ont a year ago, speaking of the D j- Glro tho Bojrs a Chanco. Martin Parvin writea the Ohio Farmer bf a farmer who gave hla boy the nae of a huarter of an aore. The boy waa wide- kwake and aet it to atrawberriea ; in two teara he owned two aorea; and now, Ihree yeara from the beginning, he owna live acrea of land, and last aeason he fcleared $500 above all expensea on atraw- alone. It ia a pity that more armers do not gire their boya a chanco follow their bent in farm management. f he likea atock-raiaing, give him a few heep or cattle; if gardening or grain aita him, let him have a piece of land for ia own nae, and don't, for pity'a aake, after he haa hia produce ready for market, sell it for him and pooirqt the money ; for if you do, ten to one, yonr boy will be filled with an ambition to figure behind a 65,000 Hanover Crackers .,U ,3 fOM "poom, wo aaia, in ineas rroouater or 8tudy law or medlcine, or go lilled up, the railroads and millera would pegin to put on the screwa, and that ia a pountry wbere wheat ia the only money brop the farmera would have a hard timo. . friend in Dakota'senda ua regularly tbe Grafton (WaUh county) News tf Times, prom which we cut tho followiug cocflr- Imation of those viewa, wondering only that the newspapera dare to tell the truth about the matter : " Millera have profeaaed for many yeara to be able to take smut out of wheat with eaae, even tbe smalleatcuatom milla being furnished with auch appliancea. And now, at thia late dy, from ten to forty per cent ia being docked from the price for smut. Aa for frosted wheat, the beat authority to-day in thia country eatimatea tbe wheat damaged from thia cause at four per cent, wbile bnyera are cutting gradea on a large proportion on accouut of froat. Forty-aeven centa ia being cffered for wheat ; in other words, twentj seven per cent ia being cut from higheat ratea here for butter wheat thau seventy per cent of all the apring wheat grown in the United Statea, outaide of Minnesota and D ibota. The conspquenoe of all this ia aomething fearfnl. Iiundreda of farm era hard-working, honwt men will be crippled for life or hopeleasly ruined, to belp out men who are already reeking with wealtb, rolled into their ciifera by the bardworking toilers of the prairie, who have ventured their all. Tliij ia strong language, but the occaaion war rauta the uae of much Btronger. The farmer in the Red Kiver valley has had much to contend witb, difTnultiea of every kiud. Sharpera of all aorta have iufrsted tbe country, and hundreda of Shylocka have drawn eaoh their pound ot flesh. But he haa been able beretoforo to keep up hia courage, assured that he could noi be downed white cerUin of a f ilr price for the produota of hia toil which nature bo abundantly promlsed. iiut now hif last hope ia to be cut off. Graaping rail road corporationa and millera' associatious have combined, and he ia henceforward to be their alave." into aome other buaineas where a dozsn are waiting for an opening, white milliona acrea are being slowly but surely robbed of their fertility for want of just auch meu aa theae bright boya will make to handle them skilfully. Bone and Ashes. Mr. Jenner Fust of tbe Montreal Jour- nal of Agriculture, an old and well ex peiienced farmer on both aidea of the At lantic, after quoting somo remarka of oura upon tho relatlva value of suporpbosphate and ground bonea, says in the Journal, ' There ia very little differenco of opiu ion amoncr praotical men aa to the rcla tive values ol pnoapnorio aom in a soiuoie. and inaoluble atate, provided alwajs that tbe oryatallino form of phoaphate of limo fapatite) be excluded aitogetner: apatlte, I aa I baventton bhowu, ia uaelesaunleas dia solved. For top-dresaing graln oropa, for forciDe the vouutr turnipa out of the wav of the lly, common aenae would adviae tbe use ot a raptdly avatlabiemauure super- bhoapnate ; Tu all omer oaaea, nueiy ground bouea, coprolltes, or the other solter fonrjs of mineral phoapbatea, wlll anawer all purposej. I ara bappy to see that Dr, lioakiua in tbe above artiole on fertiliz eia, aharea iny opiuion aa to the propriety I of treatiue raw bones with moiatened ashea. In thia oaae, it will not be found necesBary to grind the bonea very flne, aa Manufacturod at White Rivcr Jutiction, Vermont, ana som Dy all Dealers in vermont anu new jiamiisuiru. Educaliou. HENBY LOWE & SON, "Wholesale and Ketail Dealers in J Teas, Coffees, Floir, Butter, Jnim Crockery, Glassware, Lamps and Fine Family Grocenes. Sole Agents for the well-known brands of Archibald's iDxtra Spring Wheat NEW EOLLEU PEOCESS PL0TO! and White Holl rrUv tnnrr In AAQllri(T A ATT1 1111(1 fnr mv trooda haa comnelled me each vear to enlarge and i nnn r hm7B tlm lArcoat and nvwt comDletn Fnctorv o( the kind In Vprmont. Turnlne out over 05,000 "Ilanover" Crnckcrs rsvery worklnirduy proves that "Hanover" Crackers are what the people want. Thanklneyon lor your generoua i paironaRe in n.o.t nd h.mln? vnu wlQ alwava ask Xor SuiTn's CoNrBOTiONKur ana -iianovkb- a j: t n .. u... J Chackkhs. i ara respecviuuy ught toknow theae thinga : Firat, where RE0RGE W. SMITH, - - - - - White RlVef JUflCtlOn, Vt, he ia that ia to eay, wnat aort ot a worid he has got into ; how large it is, what kind of creaturea live io it, and how : what it is made of, and what may be made of it Secondly, where he is going that is to say, what chances or reports there are of any other world beaides this ; what seema to be the nature of that other world. Thirdly, what he had beat do under the circumstances that ia to say, what kind of f acultiea he poaseasea ; what aro the present state and wants of mankind ; what ia his place in society ; and what are the readieat meana in hia power of attaining happineaa and diff using it. The man who .i ii i i i. i u: !ii Knowa inese luings, uuu wuu uaa uia wiu , . T711 I aosubdued in the learning of them that "NTaW "RollCir PrOCeSS bt, LlOHlS J? lOUTl bo is ready to ao wnas ne nnows ne ougm, .. c m . Jl?-.c ty BU cuuunbcu ujau, auu wg uiu nuui 11 wv. - j ... . j koows them not is uneducated, though he ilies to thesc brands. buperior to all otiiers in nie pasi, anu could talk all the tpnguea of Babel. on a n A MTCCn TCl DC THFRFQTIM AMFR1HA TD-DAY ! UUrtllnli I iu ul i i uL.u i in i im i-ii i w... . .... . 1 .1 I ll Mnke Pork from Touncr Animals. n;,r flm n tvinl nnno niui VOtl Wlll UO COnVlHCeu tliat tnO it ia most profiiable to make pork above Btatement,' though strong, is nevcrtheless true. from young jiga. A buahel of corn will produce more pounda of increaso in weight when fed to a pig three montba old. Tbe coat of producing a given weight of pork increaaea with tho sge of the animal. If it ia deairoua to produce an increaao of one ton of pork by feeding -ye ftre nQW receiying dil'CCt from the large ManU- one Himdred awin., inai inoreaae wm oe . o t ..n, T?cfr,n moreoheaply obtained by feeding piga faCtunng MOUSe Ol lVieSSl'S. Ol'KlKUlSK .uuuiixvo, under aix montha of age than by feeding i ;VninPQ of f.hpir NfiW and Fasllionable t-i-.UAIV&. tnoao whicn aro a year oia, or .oioer onea. . j T7nvtr nni. The man who atiowa hia vounir pica to We invite our customers to see these goods. Jvery gar havoaBcanty aiiowance of food permits ment jearg Manufacturers' name in full. Respectfully, tne oppuriuuuy iur jiilji.ouio iccuiuy vu MOREISOIT & CO., FALL ANNOUNCEMENT! alip by, and ia obliged to produce bia pork at an increased coat by feeding when the awine are older. Tho Malne Farmor. Thia old and much bonored agrioultural journal (one of the oldeat in Amerioa, uow iu ita fifty-aeoond year) haa been en larged by the addltion of one column to the page, with a proportlonal lengthening of the othera. At tbe aame timo (Dr Mpbam bavtng wutiurawui, n comea under tho editorlal charge of Z, A. Gil bert, accretary ot tuo niatue liiard ot Ag rioulture, an experieuced farmer, dairy man aud frult-grower, aud an able and Hacaoioua writer. There oan be no doubt that under Mr.Gilbert'a control the Farmrr wlll auatain aud inorease ita already aoltd reputation, aud will continue to be what it haa long been, one of the beat and moat Bucoeaaf ul of agrioultural jouruala. J. G. Union Block, State St - - - - Montpelier, Yt. BOOKS A1TD STATIONEIIY ! T1. C. JPI-IIJST JN JH X , tiv.Bller anrl Stattoner. would reapsctfully oU the attentlonof book-lmyera to blalargoand Sutidy-80ho')l and I'abllo Llbrarlea, furnUUed at ppecmi raiea. Scliool Books of all liina ! PICTURES, ENGRAVINGS, CHR0M0S, PHOTOGRAPHS, And an md.l. varlety of Faney G , O mea, Cronuet and Bj.. ol wblch ,111 Ue aom at asiuniauiDgiy iuw pnu", ,1 . J i 1 eout, postpild, q receipt oC price. T. C. Phinney - - - - State St., Montpelier, Vt.