I forgot to notice in its proper place an invention by Mr. J.C. Rorick, called “Rorick’s Process” for preparing butter for market. Personally, I know nothing of its merits, but dealers tell me that it adds to the value of marketable butter from three to eight cents a pound.
It has superseded every other process where it has been introduced, and has given entire satisfaction in every case. It would be well enough for butter dealers to give it a trial. It will new hurt them and may possibly get them into a “new pickle” from which they cannot escape without a fullness of joy in the region of the pocket book.
Source: Northwestern Republican, January 28, 1875.