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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 20 September 1872

VERMONT FARMER A.2T A-O-B-iatTXiTTTIAJD PAMIL-?- 3SI Jl W SIP-AEI. FOB' TUB PtXJRA.LISTS OF THE GKREHlSr MOXJ3SrT.I3ST ST-AJDH- VOLUME II. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1872. NUMBER 42. rUDLIBIIED WKKKI.T, JLT ST. jroMitXsitvnr, nv CUMMINOS Sc, IIOSICIN8. IT., Tcrm. Ope copy, per .nnura,. $4.30 If paid ttrtotly In adrance, U.00 Bates of Advertising. i Short adTerttsemenU, 75 eenti per Inch for first Inter tlon. Etth inbeequent Insertion, 23 cenUperlneh. No charge leu than $1.00. Favorable ralei tor extensive and yeatly advertisers may be had upon application to the publishers. 6 Strg. CHEESE AND BUTTER COLORING. Wo think it is prolty certain that through out the United Kingdom fluid annatto has displaced nearly every other articlo for .giv ing a tint to cheeso and buttor. It is cho sen for its perfect solubility and convenience, and for its wholcsomcncss. But wo aro in formed that in America, where cheeso is dai ly growing in importanco as a national pro duct, this valuable p...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 20 September 1872

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. T. ii. iioskiiys, n r.ntor. St. Johnsbury, Vt., September 20, 1872. CLUB RATES FOR 1873. In order mors rapidly to extend tho circulation of tho yp -t. xi. 3vk mil , w now offor It In ClnU at tho following reduce! rates Fire Coplsi, on year, for ... Ten Copies, ona yaar, for $9 rs It CO ana ono voir mm o u up v. w. m.w Twenty copies, on roar, for ..." ., 00 and one oopy tree to tha getter up of the club. fjf Coit 10 neeomjxiay (As erier (n eisry co.s. Names cted not be nil at one roeU0Ice. All dab labiorlpttoni will be discontinued at tho end of the time paid for, unless renewed. Sample copies furnished free to canvassers for clubs. Club subscriptions may login at any desired date. Let us hare Clnbs started In erery town. Begin at once, before agonts of other papers hare lortwialloJ you. Oo In with energy, and thoro wlUbo no difficulty In getting tip aclub in every neighborhood In the State. Farmer rll admit that we noed a llv...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 20 September 1872

rpT-TTJl TTTp-OTVTWym 171 A TJATTPTJ . A "NT A flTJTriTTT 'inTD A T A TT WATVTTTV -vnTTVir CSTO A TTTIT PAIRS THIS WU NHW VOItK, nt Klmlra, Sept. t0 lo Oct. 4. T. I lliauoi, ft', Atlrany. MAINK, at IMnfor, 8-pt. W, HI, 21 and M. 8. I.. II.U RDMAS, Bcc'y, AufUlla. NI1W IIAMI'SIIIIti:,st Dover, Oct. 1,1,3 and. t i'AnMKRS'jt MKUIIANU'S', al Prddornrillfl H-jn- St ami 21. J. K. frtrroao, Bro'y. IAMOI LI.K CO., t MontsvlH, fl.pt. 2J and SA. K. K. ALU. Seo'y, .Mnrrlivllle. ORANqE CO., t Bradford, Oct 1, 3 and 3. A, 8. Cuaus, Soo'y. EnstCorlnlh. 0IU.KAS3 CO., ( Barton, Oct, land 2. .. K. Juno), Bec'y, traiburah, HTANflTKAll CO., (I (J ,) at Aycrs lint, Cent. SO. II. II. Ltllims, Pcc'y, North llatley, I". i. WII.MIMITON, lit WILilngton, Oct i. o. i:. litTTiriii.n, Scc'y. WINDHAM CO, at Ncwfanc, Sept 8J and 8(1. W. A. KrtDMlX, Soc'y, Nrwfanr. WINDSOR CO., nt Woodstock, Bel. 21, 21 and 20. l.onx.tao Hit miosr, Pec, Woodstock. Caledonia Comity Vnr. Inrn1 Corretnitileiiti Tito local corresponde...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 20 September 1872

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. THE FIELD OF IMPROVEMENT IN AGRICULTURE. Horaoo Grooloy's Address at tho Slato Fair. When I) a child of cenrcoly ten years, first crossed tho Connecticut on tho Ice, in tho winter of 1820-21, Booking opportunity to earn my broad by helping to till tho poll of Vermont, this stato contained como 200,000 inhabitants, or 100,000 leas than her pres. cnt number. Hut tho intervening half-ccn tury has witnessed a signal multiplication and growth of her cities and Tillages, her quarrying and her manufactures, so that thoso who livo by agriculture in this stato nro hardly moro numerous, md may oven bo fowcr, in 1872 than thoy wcro in 1821. Tho area of her cultivation is doubtless larg or and her annual harvests moro bounteous, vrhilo theso command far better prices, in 1872 than in 1821 j but very much work formerly dono in tho field has been practi cally transferred to tho workshop and tho factory J tho mowing raochino and tho horso r...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 27 September 1872

If VERMONT FARMER -A.3ST A.G-llOXJX.I'XJ-JRA.X. AJSHP FAMILT NEWSPAPEB FOB THB BHBALISTS OIF THE Q-jRHBJST 3yCOXJ3ST1'I3Sr STATs" volume n. 1'UnUSUBD WEEKLY, r st. jroMhvsjsum; vr., CUMMINGS&H0SKINB. Toriim.Ong copy, per smnntn 94.30 If pM strictly la mlrnnco 4.00 Fur Special ttrins to Clubs see second paie. Ilatei of Advertising. Short fcdrertlsemenb, 74 cent per Inch fur Ant Inscr. Uon. Euh subsequent Insertion, 23 cent per Inch. No charge, ltii than I 1.00. FiiraMe rates fur oitonslve and yearly advertisers may be had upon application to the publishers. tom war goijp von a roErr. The 1'iirmtr Discourse of hit Son. Tom wgoln' for a poet, anil sM he'd a pet; be 1 One of theie lonx hatred fallen a feller hates to ice 1 One of theie chips furore' ftzln' things cute and cler r, MaMn' the earth Ingen'ral itep 'long to tune an' time, An' cuttin' the earth in slices, an' taltln' It down Into rhyme. roetj are good for sometutn', ao long as they iUn1 at in head, v But poetry's worth wi...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 27 September 1872

(ttrownt grow T. II. 1IOBK1.1S, M. . Editor. St. Johnslury, Vt September 27, 1872. CLUB RATES FOR 1873. In order mora rapidly to extend the circulation of the we now offer It la ClnM t thi following reduced rates . fire Coplss, one rear, for Ten Copies, one year, for M 75 It CO ami one copy wee w mo v o w.uw. 30 00 and one copy true to the getter np of the dab. Bf Cat Is awemmay lit oroVf (a every ease, Names need cot be all at one roet-oDQce. All club inoscrlptloru will be dlaoontlnned at tie end of the time paid for, unlets renewed. Bamole copies furnished freo to canTassera for clnl. Club lu.scslptlons may besta at any deilfed date. Let us hare Clubs started In em? town, Begin at once, before azents of other papers hare forestalled yon. Go In with energy, and there will be no dlfflcnlly In gettlnc up a olub In ererr neighborhood In the State. Farmers til admit that we need a lire agricultural paper. Here Is one that already has the appsoral and support of the best farmers In orer...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 27 September 1872

r THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. MUM THIS FA Mi. NKW YORK, l Llmlra, SnZw Is Oct. I. T. 1 IIiswj, See', Albany. NEW IiAMrillinK, at Dover, Oct 1, a, S and 4. On AN OH CO., at Bradford, Oct l,3 nn 3. A. 8. Corliss, Boo'y. East Corinth. 0HLEAN3 CO., at Barton. Oct 1 aud 3. 7 K. Jtxssos, Sec', Iraslmrth. VIIAllNllTON, at Mlurdniton, Oct. 0. tk lint nrir.Lt, Sec'y. Calcitonin County .Veir. Tho vnrm weather or August seems to bo returning. . - Camp"of tho Express vtas in SU Johnsbury yesterday, after a printer. Ho was ablo to go homo without help. 0. W. Ilotton, of East Hd met, has raised 4000 pounds of watermelons this year. Ho was in town wijh a load of them Wednesday, and ibuud a ready palo lor them. Dr. Brooks was trapped, with hislcnm, on Monday night, in tho open trcuchjdugVor tho gas pipes on tho Plain. No scrioiunlam ago douc, but a serious warning givcil; Tho Ladies of tho F. W. Hrtptlsftwcicty will g'vo a social entertainment at thoir Hall Thursday ev...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 27 September 1872

THE VERMONT 2TABMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. UirOIlTCWATK, 1119 DEATH. OOHB TO Tire a lift In ruraoce irnti o of the modern style, Wlu Vrassy ehetk tad finest tongue and aggravating tmtlfr That persecuted Abrier Brovn, and tke Inriaraed his bll. This aitnl followed Aimer like a itrath-heaixl on the Kent, And managed to encounter him wherever Abner went, Till Abner Ml Into ft tUtt of chronlo discontent. lie nie4 to oorner Abner, tad hUf tltbt on kM bore, Until, la desperation, the 41 rusted Abner imrei Then the ctlnil-imUlin agent would Abner bore some more. In vain he ilmt that aswd'svliltatlons to mold, And he realised that If he would no loot" be annoyed, Tht Ksuhnllal agent must be redH destroyed. On day ho toflowed Aboer to hU place of btulneM, Remarking, "Mow you'd better take a poller, I guesit" Then Abner Mid one prefme word, the opposite ot "bleu," And held ft looded pistol ml J it that agent's brlftUnf heir, And grimly told the agent. If ho ever, anywhere, Pa...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 4 October 1872

i. ' YE n M o iw PARMER. i Hi I' VOLUME II. ruDLiaiiF.0 wr-KKtr, war. jrr.vsrjiv, tt nr CUMMINGSJtHOSKlNS. TcrtHa. One copy, per ugum, i S'1.30 If paid strictly In tdr.no U.00 For Special terms to Cluiii see teoond page. Rate of Advertising. Short advertisements, Tti cent per Inch for first Inser tion. Each subsequent Insertion, 121 eents per Inch. No charge leas than 11.00. Farorabls rate for extenslta and yearly advertisers may ba bad upon application to the pahluh.n. OUR ARMY OF TlIK DEAD. BT WILL M. ciBtrro.i. Br the edg of the Atlantic, where the wares of Free dom roar, And the breera of the ocean chant a' requiem to the shore, On the natlon' eaitern hill-to w, where 1U oorner- tone wai liid, . ; On the mountains or Nw England, where bur father! tolled and prayed, Mid old Keystone's ragged rlchet, which the miner'. hand await, 'Mid the nerer ceasing oonunerce of the busy Empire State, With the oountry's lore and honor on each brare, de- TOted bead, Ii a band of noble heroes-fs ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 4 October 1872

mm THE VERMONT FARMER: AN ABRICUIffURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. A L ki. T. II. IIOSKIWS, Ms . IMllor. Johnsbury, Vt., October 4, 1872. CLUB RATES FOR 1873. Iiler moro rapidly to extend the circulation of the low offer It In Clubs at the following reduced ralei i I t'oiilei, one year, for J JjJ topics, one year, lor - . , w 1 one cory free to the ecttcr bp of the club. nty copies, one year, for 30 CO l one copy iree to inu getter up 01 hib biuvi ' Cath to accompany Mr ordtrtn cltry coat i neod no i ho all at ono Fost-ofllcp. 11 club luWrlptlons will he discontinued at tho of the time paid for, union renewed, Imple copies furnished frco to canvassers lor Clubs. rulucrlrtlons may begin at any ucilred date. Let are Cluba ttarted In every town. I'jsln at onco, before agents of other papers hare I tailed you. Go In with energy, and thero will be IltQcullr In getting up a club In every neighborhood loBtalo. Farmers rll admit that wo need a llvo cultural paper. Hero Is one that already has th...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 4 October 1872

-XHJ2 VERMONT EAKMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. J rconil t'oiigrrssloiini District IUiiUllc-tti Coiit-ctitlnii. Tho noiinhllomi -rntAri of thn ftoi-omt Congressional DIatrfetnf Vnrninnl Am l.nrnl.v -mllAe,! In send dele. E Kates to 11 Congressional Contention to lie held at White KiUver Junction, on Wednesday, tbo 23d day of October, fPjWlt iwoo'CloCK 1, A!., nrr ino purpose Ul nominal T candldato for Representative to Congress i alio t two o'clock 1. Mm fin Hie purpose of nouilnat sandldato for Itonresontatlro to UonnreM i alao bleat a candldato for Presidential elector for laid rli't. Tho hauls of representation will bo as followsi ill town eaatln less than ona hundred Henubllcan Totes for (lorcrnor at tho Stato Election nott prcceod- line trie I'onrcntion win ho entitled to one delegate, and each town casting moro than ono hundred rotes will hoontltlntl to ono additional dolomite Air eAflh L fractional part of ono hundred votes so east, exceeding JjCft" apportioned a...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 4 October 1872

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. iterator. tub riiiciiT or a " niitDS. Whither away, Robin, Whither away t It It through envy ofthe inapls leaf. Whose bluihes mock tin crimson of thjr breast, Thou wilt not stay! Tli summer days vera long, yet all too brief The happy season then hast been our gut . Whither away t Whither wy, Woe bird, Whither awayt The blut la chill, yet In the upper sky Thou itlU canst flnil the color of thy wing, The ha of May. Warbler, why speed thy southern Bight t ah, why, Thou too, who Hong flrtt told ui of the spring t Will ther away t . Whither away, Swallow, Whither away t Canst thou no longer tarry In th North t love did pure I were IV. mivn C that Here, where our roof so well has screened thy nest I Not one short day 1 Wilt tliou-aa If thou banian wert-go forth, And wanton far from them who lore the bestt Whither away t er 'IN THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD." DY LOUISB CHANDLER MOULTON. (concluded.) firgt . . ... . i t-. i.'.. it. I i . Iter...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 11 October 1872

B VERMONT FARMER. . , U ' ; iL . : - - VOLUME felM MfrltM f Pti. Ufr 4H iVWIHMH bVMVW I'l'lll.ISIlr.l) WKHKLY, sr.- .roii.Ysnirjti, nr CUMMIHGS & HOSKIf.8. Tcnii. 0n copy, per knnnm , If paid itrlotly In advance, , For Special terms to Clulif noo locond p(W. sa.so J.no Rates of Advortlsfng'. .,.'rtJ"rt(Semtn6,'r6en(p!flnchfbt tinting Bin. Each mbioqnenUiuertlon, SJ cont per Inch. N "harge 1cm than li.oo. Favorable ratci fur extensive and yearly adrcrtkers may be had upon application to tlie publUliern, ciiAnco.vis stoiiy. I'm only Charcoal, the blacksmith' dog; Ugly and fast growing old t Lying In tunshlno the lire-long day, By the forge when tho nlghu are cold. I look iwroM at the little hitue, t The door whero I nsSl f5 wall For a echool-boy thout, a luerry face, To meet me within the cato. My matter, the amith, remember! ton t 1 lee on hla grimy cheek, Aa he look! across at the cottage door, A pitiful tcar-drawn ttrcak. He, ctooplng, layr, in a trembling nay, Ilia hand on my ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 11 October 1872

THE TERMOWT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. T. II. IIOSKINS, Ms KtlUor. St, Johnsbury, Vt October 11, 1872. CLUB RATES FOR 1873. In order mors rapidly to extend the circulation of tlia 36 X. XJX u n , we now oiler It In Clubs at the following reduced rates . Fire Copies, one ye r, lor Ten Copies, one year, for 1TS 10 CO Tr t w nl.I Mil VA4r fll anu one copy ireo 10 iu Kvue. ujj v. v". 30 00 - J"" f r: L"li .fit.. .1.1, ana one wpy ireo . vai kv.ivi v ",w v.. fy cm ID oecmjon tse orierM evr ry ess. Names need not be all at one rott-offlee. All Club subscriptions will be discontinue! at the nil W the time paid for, unless renewed, Bample copies furnished free to canTassera for clubs. Club subscriptions may fcf gin at any desired date. Let us hare Clubs started In erery town. Begin at once, befre agents of other papers hare lort'Stalled yon. Go In with energy, and there will be no difficulty In getting up aclub In every neighborhood In the State. Farmer! fll admit that we...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 11 October 1872

THE VERMONT FARMER AN AMOULTUllAL AND FAMILY. -NEWSPAF.EJil. ISurhcts. Cattle Market, VMertowii mi1 llrl1iloii, Wr.MtsnAT, Oct. 9. At 'ftltlVi MZQ. 1.1 Sheep nl lambs, aiJfo. swlno, IS,oll. Number of Western Cattle, 11117. Noriuern came ana mucu cows, 1379. TrlcM of beef cattle per 100 Ibi, live weights Extra quality, IS on nrst .quality, j.-a m r.75 1 seoond rN.ai.lv .iSwr.wVthinlqu.irtr. 4.7J fflSio, ana (he poorett grade of oi.arse oxen. bulk. Ac, 3.rwar 4.50 (tho lowl-welglit of hides, Ullowandrirsiseed beef)a Nearly all Hie boef cattle are aold by the pound, lire weigni. HrlRlilon lllite.9oicr lb. Brighton tallow, S T6o per lb. tnunlry lllilf .--?0 per lb. Country tallow, S IW foper lb. Cnlf Hklin. ISffi I9 per lb. Sheep .Un.i.lt.OO US oaon. laaiuesauis, i nv t.ai eaou HiyiAlticH. ; t'nttle...Tho supply wiu not so large as )at week f I.... .... not mi t.im, V TnU.nltlA .mmi. Itioa. fr."i the Wesu and but a few lots or extra cattle. Tricea niwM llmlivtl ,rrili ixt IttitiV Ira ht...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 11 October 1872

I iterate. this no YS. ( Three pain orbnsy himils, Three pedri of active feet i Three never-tiring tortguot, Three noley darlings tweet. , Asking papa for this, Teatlng mamma for that i Moling poor Carlo beg, Dothorlng pussy-cat, Getting Into mischief, ' When mother hu a call, Breaking looking-glasses i ' Wllh their rubber tall. Frolicking In the barn, Clambering to the mow i Feeding the bonny hone, Trying to milk the cow. Tearing nice new trowsers Upon on 'ugly nail,' Digging Hag In the meadow, 'ToUrlng' on a rail. , . . Scampering Into tho house, 'Ma, I want something t'eatF Into mamma's nlee parlor Rushing with dirty feet. , Hunting eggs In the hay, A wading In the brook ; Loving to run and play, Better than work or book, Six tired handt at night, "! Six wecry little feet i Six hoary drooping eyce Quickly doted In aleep. And when they all are folded. And each dear curly head Rests iweetly on Its pillow Within the trundle-bed, Mamma oft alta betide them, Wearied with their helso, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 18 October 1872

VERMONT FARMER s 1 -A.3ST A.O-E.IOtJLTXJDElA.Ii -A.3STID F-A.3yCIXiTT NEWSPAPER POE TISIB IRTTrR-A-IjISTS OF THE 0-P,EB3ST 3yCOXJ3SrT-A.I3ST Stt.A.rJEE. VOLUME II. ST. JOHNS13URY, FRIDAY, 0mBER'L8, 1872. NUMBER 46. I'UIlMSIIEt) WEr.KLY, .t sr. aouA'snvn i'T nr CUMM1NGS & H0SKIW3. Tcrin.Ono oopy, per unnum, ...9'J.30 If pld strictly In mlranco,... 'J.OO For Speolsl terms to Clubs soo tcooml pugo. Hates of Advertising. Short adrertlMincnts, 74 cent per Inch for Rrst laser tlon. Each inbtequent Insertion, 35 cenUpor Inch. N charge less than tt.OO. Farorable rates for oxtenslro and yearly adrertteers majr be had upon application to the publishers. THIS lXHlTY-ACHK FAIIM. I'm thlnlda', wife, of neighbor Jones, that man ol stal wart arm, He Urea In peace and plenty on a forty -acre farm i While men are all around us, with hands and hearts asore, Who own two hundred acres, and still aro wanting more. Ills Is a pretty llttlo farm, a pretty little house i llo has a lorltg wife within, as...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 18 October 1872

THE YEKMONT FAHMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. T. II. HOSKIKS, ill. JUIIIor. 5. Johnsbury, Vt., October 18, 1872. CLUB RATES FOR 1873. In order more rapidly to extern! the circulation or Hie 35 J. H. 3VE 33 3HL , we now offer It In Clubs at tlio following reduced ratel i Flro Copies, ona year, for ... Ton Copies, ono year, for 78 10 CO Tv.ntv AAiili .in. .Mr. fhr ana one copy iree 10 mo Keiicr uj , ,u ium MOO ami ono copy iree w me gener uj v. v.ui. ty Cm le accompany the tiir In erery cat). Names need not le all at one Post-oODoe. All club subscriptions will bo discontinued at the end of the time paid for, unless renewed. Sample copies furnished free to canvassers for clubs. Club subscriptions may begin at any ''..'tired date. Let i hare Clubs started In every town. Begin at ono, before agents of other papers havo forestalled you. Oo In with energy, and Micro will be no dlfncully In getting upacluhln every neighborhood IntheStalo. Farmers rll admit that wo need n llro 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. — 18 October 1872

nfvrrTn Tn?T)nmTm n a thtttit a xt a -it-jtttt rptm at a m m a uttt it -vrmTTrciTi a TTiT) J-AAXU V JUJAYJJXVA1 A XI lAUYAXUXX I JtVX V-VJTJLVXV- UJU1U llilJJ i.l XJ Xi JAJXXXXJ X X JLU V CUT JlUJLV. J&Tnthcts.- Iloston .llarKet. nonorlcd for tho Vermont Farmer by A. JJ. llIJiliAllJ), Predate (loraralsslon Merchant, 21 John Btrcet, noston. Wodnosday, Dot. IS, flutter nnd Clie."Thlf season so far lias been remarkable for tlio largo quantity or poor butter tent to markit, anil trndo during tho past two months hai been unusually dull and unsatidactory. A Con straight lots (Ino full sold at iiociiBJIo, aud somo selections fit a higher mitfo'i but the iulk,ofth sales comprise fair 10 gooil summer uairics nt puces rnnicmK iroin lOJCfUHOO, and an occunonal eholco dairy at ItolHran per lb, Com mon liultcr is soiling ior nnout wnai miycrsarew to offer, sales ranging mostly from lOcWl&opcr.lb, mon liultcr is selling ior anoui wnai miycrs are willing r.in. Last week we renorteii orieu ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 18 October 1872

THE VEKMONT EAUMER : AN AGKIOt LTURAL ANT) FAMILY WSPAPER. the MKKS WITH IIIJAVKX. ' Oar Ood to heaven, from that holy place, To each of ui an angel guldo liaa siren, Out mother! of dead children havo more grace, For they give angels to their Ood and heaven. Itorf can a mother's heart feel cold or dreary, Knowing tier dearer telf eafe, happy, nsrmt How can the feel her road too dark or dreary, Who knows her trouure ihcltered from tho itormt How can tho lint Our healts may bo unheeding, Our Ood forgot, our holy saints defied t But can a mother hear hor dead child pleading, And throat thoio ltttlo angel hands aaldo t Then llttlo handi itretched down to draw her e'en Nearer to Ood by mother lore. Wo all Are blind and weak, yet lurcly tho can never, With tuch & stake In heaven, fall or fall. 8ho knows that when tho mighty angels ratio Chorus In heaven, ono llttlo silver tono Is hers forercr, that ono llttlo praise, Ono little happy volco, Is all her own. Wo may not lie her sacred cr...

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