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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 27 June 1873

THE VERMONT .FARMER t AN AGRICULTURAL A JSP FAMILY NEWSPAPER. IIoHton .yinrlilt. nepottwl for tlio Viumost 1'ariiiEit br A. J). Kill B ARB, I'ro.luco Commission Merchant. SI John Street, Hoston Wr.DstsDir, Juno 23. llutler niut Clisa.-Th rn'rltet tit Hulter lias not und materially. Tho reoelpts I Naw York and Vormont show soma falling off from last week, but WMtorncomci forwrd rrelrna JiBi metwlth a rcftrtr isla at prices about M li sh M the better cr4ei of Vor. MAt Vri.. intnl rMelnU of the week bar boon 11.243 E SCkaSOS against iu,roi instor. iiioisivi viivivv r. .v .n.l Vermont dairies have beon at 23 0 HCfl. ..i...! ml sala-tod lot from 27 0 300. and cons- ion to fair from 20 230 V lb- WeUern range! from 10 0 22o V lb for poor to good, and choloo lots hare beon said at 233 210 t H- Tartlet at tbs West aro beginning to And out that choice Buttor li what wo want, and If the quality eonllnuos to Imptoie, It will soon bo equal to the best on the mirkot. The receipt! of Cheeso for tl...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 27 June 1873

A Supplement Accompanies this paper, in which will bo found our usual amount t f reading mutter for tlil tmgo of tho pnpor. fflENCItATi NATUnn NO. 01. AN AUT mag ipproprlalloni for (he current and con. In pnt etrteniesof the indUn department, ind for fulfilling treaty stipulations with vsrlom Indian tribes, for tbo ?Mr eadlor Jane thirtieth, eighteen hundred nd seven-y-foar, ind for other purpoMi. It It enected br the Senate and Howe of KrprcscnlAtlTce cf tha United Btilei ef America la Congrcu fli;crohlrdf Ih&t tha following mini be, and they are hereby, appropri ated fJT the flftl year ending June thirtieth, eighteen lm mired and seventy -four, eat of an money In tho treasury rot etherwlie appropriated, for the purpose of piling tho tuirout expenos or the Indbn department, and fultining treat itlpuUtlontwith the f Micros Indian tribe', and where the exigencies of the service require It, goods and supplies for the Indian aeirle e for the flical car ending June thirti eth, eight...

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 July 1873

4 FARMER. A.O-DEtlOXJIjTXJK.LIj J.TSTJD . JlsaXXTSZT mttX&i&&AJJ?&&. FOR THE RUBALISTS 02? THE QBBBN VrOXJJSTTkI3ST STATE. VOL., III.-NO. 31. ST. JOimSBUBY, tflllDAY, JULY 5, 1878. WHCXtiE NO. 135. 'MinUSIIEtl WEEKLY. AT XT. JfOMIJVSBVIli; r.r., CUMMINGS & HOSKINS. . Tiftii.--Ona oopjr, por annum .I5i5,30 ,lf paldslrtotljr In adranca i.i.'-i.oo IUtes of Advertising. Short adrartlaemsnta, 75 ccnti por Inch for Oratlnaar lion. Kaoh aubaoquont Inaarllon, 25 oonta par Inch. ' Tiin nuiiAL iavk. The fariaor who In days f eld, l'rom homo to housa hit prodaoo fold Well rlponod fruit and shcaYOs f gold Heotncd to ui, children of the town, A trifle court, and wondrous brown , Wo trondored how hi! amplo hind DeCftrao no horny itnd so tanned. And deemed hla litavjr ahoca woutd 111 BelH tl Itch (heeled dancer's skill 1 lint thoy who 'noath lib roof should try Tho tost of hoapllallty, 1 1 la honesty without a flaw, lilt loro of liberty and lair, Would end howo'er eoweoalei...

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 July 1873

T. II. HOSK1N8, D., Editor. T tlmt U cemiaf, ftrkaft ttntr Urn any ii IkM, vktn Ikm et lit writ ( uortJallrh in fncll, oni 4Mit Kilt Hamuli,, tkt (( tftktlr lot. St. JohnsDury, Vt., July 4, 1873. CHEESE, MILK, HORSES, FRUIT, BUTTER AND HONEY. Thai our Vermont is an American Pales tine, a land flowing with milk and honey, and yielding an abundance- of delicious fruit, is not difficult forono to believe who has, at this season ol tho year, just made a week's journey from side to sido, and almost from end to end, of our small commonwealth. lleturofog from such a trip, our mind full of what we haro seen and heard, it is hard to know whero to begin, or what, out of all this abundance, to set down in print, that our readers may haro somo participation in the ploasurcs of their servant. It is not often that a farmer can take a week's holiday, and still less often an editor. When taa is endeavoring to combino both occupations effectually, the days of leisuro must bo few indeed, and it is on...

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 July 1873

THE VERMONT EARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND EAMILY NEWSPAPER. Sfitorhctfl. ilnnlon Market. Reported for the Vkrkokt Fariixii by A. D. Ill 11 It Alt D, Produco Uomtnlwlon Morchant. 21 John Street, Boston .WlDKtSDitT. July 2. nutter nml Clie-eae. It I lllved that Die price of choice nutter tin touched the lowest point, end tint the drouth will tend to decrease the receipt both from the West end Veimont. Choice New York end Vor mont'daltlM opened early In the wtek at 23 & a:,, but later Sffo readily oi talned lor the I ctt. end the market eloeea firm at Hint price, with ell desirable Rradc sold out, For choloo neitern there has t.een a Rood Inqulryt end the hut lot fold t 'i3 a ale, hut itre I; now very little Kod enough to command: even 230, end the talte for two day hare been pr-nol pally at 20 He iHo V ft' At the latter ranee a very fair urede of Western Butter can be obtained, and many dealer Into It to supply their regular custrnere. Although the upplytf common butter haa Increas...

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

THE VERMONT FJURMBK : AN AG-POCTLTlHAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 10JU8, GIRLISH WHIM AND ITS CON SEQUENCES. A TUItfi STORY OV SOUTIIKHN NKW IIAMl'SIIIItK. My lifo has beeu tame and unoTcntful enough ns a general thing, said taj old friend Mattlo Hubbard when wo net by chanco In a snoTT'bound train, that eventful Friday night, and talked up the years sinco we part ed at school Hut lro had ono genuino ndvonturo with n scries of romantio and curious congruences Attendant upon it, although I was for years in ignoranco of them, or porhaps I might at tho time by my tnfluenco haro prerentod in n measuro tho unhappy results. Tho inoident itself, for all tho spico of romance with which it was moral, was anything but pleasant, ' and I never thought of it for yoars without tho col'd chills creeping down my fpino. It was in tho summer of 18 my friend Kllcn Liscomb and rnjself, two Lowell school ma'ams, with a month's vacation, which wo desired to mako tho most of, started to ex ploro tho wonders of...

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 July 1873

j. y FARM 1 A . d'l Ttf- .A.isr A.a-s-iaxjii.iJrrslA.x. 5stjd jpMiixrsr &-BWBPAPBBi' Edli, the sfuiiAiists op the . . crbeist ivg:ox73srT.X3sr state. . ,.T.pl , .' .11 . I , ,1 II, - 1 ' ' I I I III' ll" I ' ' VOL. HI.-SfO; 32. r iMii'i;V.u IIU !. i I'UllLlSltKO -WKKtUYs .r sr.. aousmvnv, r .... . , .. ; CUWM1HGS & HJ)$K1HS TrtU.Om copy, per adnaii;....,,.,..M,ri.;jO If paid strictly In aJTance,,..,ii.,.n....i...,'J.O0 1 Rates of Advertlsine. , Short wtfrTlMmmU, 74 eenta per Inch fw-flrt tort ttomnBaea lubnqntnt Insertion, S3 enUf4rtooh. DQN'T OIV1S ttjf, VlBthUwtrld'l'r gln4 .And for It I'm had to pay ''Though I nerer went to cu1M ' Ttt I've heard the poet eejr, Life Is like a lalihtjr ooeep. ' " Hotline on from day to dky, ' lien at. vessels cut npon It, Sometimes wrecked ina"eit away, 'flioamT, ' ': t Bo do the keit for one another, M Making Ilf. a pleasant dream, " jf ' ' lfelpe vouaand Treaty traveler', Pulling hard against th. stream. , llany a bright, good-hearted fel...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 11 July 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AX AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. tmnt. But T. II. MOSKlPfS, Ms Dai Editor. m llmi U nmlnj, pttkaft seonsr Ikon m) ut Jint, Mer iphtd 11 icor nHi trerMsaaff rtitt ceane,', aee stMft mil lmif Cm Uf Vail elatiY Itll. Bt, Johnsburv. Vt., July 11, 1873. CHEESE, MILK, HORSES, FRUIT, BUTTER AND HONEY. Second Article. Saturday morning at nine o'clock wo were met at tho Charlotte Depot, by our valued friend and correspondent C. a. Prlngle, Kq., whose various writings upon horticultural subjects, (over his own name and that of " Hotttnsius,") are well known to the read era of tho Faiuier; and not to these alono, but throughout tho country, sinea few arti clcs that havo appeared in our columns have been ao widely copied. Mr. Pringlo spent the whole day in showing us over the de lightful fruit-produoing region extending from the Charlotto station to the lakeshoro, and along that to the eztroaity of Shelburuo Point J returning through Shelburne and tho northern part of C...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 11 July 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ttoHton Markft, neportetl for the VannosT Fannin br A. D. Ill It Ji A It D, ProJute Commission iferclmnt. SI John Btrwt. Boston WlDltttDlTi Jul . flutter mill Clieeee. Tbe Bolter market saitatnt tha improvement noticed leit vr tilt, and all deilribl. lol. hir. "n reeellr dltpoted ort lull prlow. For New York and Vermont choice dilrlea hire been tin rollnf fljuree, end at the close burer are freely oflerlnt a8o for One let, which ere rather ecarc. There hat been a need demand for Weitern, with salei rantlnr from 330 S fer beet mark', and fn-mai S o for fair to cvud. Tbe reeelpti ut all mdi hare 'ten pretty nelt cleared up, and the louealloni are prornle 'nr fur a good traile next week. The receipt of Cheiae fur the put week hare been )oxee. There bee been a fair demand, but with liberal receipt price re o V It lower. Tbe Inett New Verk and Vi rrooul factory will not command (iter We, and the ulee bare been prlnclpallr at III 0...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 11 July 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRlOtfLTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER, A Supplement Accompanies this (inpcr. in wlilch will bo found our tisiml amount if reading mutter for till nago of tho paper. OFFICIAL. J.awe of Ilie Untied SUtti, 1'aa.ed nt (he Ihlril Session or the rorty.Secoiul Con. OKNKRAL NATURE No. 64. AN ACT making itnpreprletlons for tho p jliUttre, ox rcutlre, and judicial expenses of tho ro rem men I for tho your ndinjc Juno thirtieth, eighteen hundred and saTenty-fbnr, And for othr purposes, lit It onscted hy tho Senate and House of Reprlscnt atlfoiol tha United States of America In Congress as sembled, That the followlnff Bums bo, and tho Bam are hereby, appropriated, out of any money In tho treasu ry not othoiwfpo approprlatoltIbr tho terrlcoof tho fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sTenty-four. for the objects hereinafter esprewod, namely t LEGISLATIVE. Senate For compensation and mileage of Benatorr. four hundred and flro thousand dollar. For compenratton...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 18 July 1873

1 , f 1 FARMER. .attli HI HAJH m WEWSPAPBR TUB K.'Cril-A.X.ISI'S OIF TISIS QBHE11T 3CO"U-3NrT-A.I3Sr STATE. I i I fill I . J fc V r I 1 "w i-i . i-x is m m VOL. III.-KO. 33. Wl , .affi -. . , . ,., i mmmemmmBwi lp gy 1 . , tnUSIlEI) AVKEKLT. ar. .roiA'SBVKi; CUMMINGS' & HOSKINS. vr., Trin.On copy, per annum fl'J.30 If pUtrlotly In advance !SiOO Rates of Advertising:, Bh.rl advertisements, 76 eenti per Inch fur first lqtet tl.i. !lUh'sab'sequent Insertion, 23 cenU-Mrlnoh. DKAIl WIlOTIIIiU, COMB IIOJIH tf(f.TlIK rAIlM. " BT WILL i CABI.TOS. l.t Your litter reached nit, dear Herbert, And 1 hae read I till through, Bo now 1 am going to answer, An! talk' quit plainly to you, 'Tli time that you learned, my dear brother, A little for others to earbi ' Letting reaion tulle you a Utile, v , Ar.d stop llrln-; In castles of air. v I Jon't want to he hard, my dear brother, But the truth louit ba'rerlly told - . Since the death of our dear, darling mother, Our father hat grown wonderfully ol...

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 July 1873

tvmtnt Smm T. II. lIOAKlNSa HI. II., Killlor. Tki llmt ti ctninf, ftrktift le.mr flan any ut IkM, irten udt ft. wort ( totUtMnU nntil, anil dfrMs vnf. Mrmsrrci l Yml ttiilr tail. St, Johnibnry. Vt., July 18, 1873. CHEESE, MILK, HORSES, FRUIT, BUTTER AND HONEY. Tlilr.t Article. Saturday morning was spent in a pleasant trip to tho top of Mount Philo, ono of tho first rango of hills running parallel! with lake Oharnplain. From this sightly spot tho beautiful plain that borders tho lako was overlooked, from Burlington to Middlobury, whilo looking eastward tho hill-country, ex tending somotwoWo miles to the Green Mount ains, lay below us, dotted with farmsteads and diversified with forests, streams, orchards, meadows and cultivated land. Westward the broad lake, and beyond, tho granite range of tha Adirondacks, filled the eye. Whero on tho broad earth can a fairer sight be seen, than that our oyes thero rest ed on, in the leafy month of June ? While wo viewed the beauties of tho prospect...

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 July 1873

THE VERMONT JBAJRME11 : AN AGRICULTURAL AJNJD FAMILY NEWSPAPER. notion .Ttarhti. Reported for the Vhkom Fakh br A. J). iriBBAllJ), Product Commliilon McrcaanI, 21 John Street, Hoiton Widkisdit, July It. nulltr mill Chinti-The receipt! ef Batter fbr the week here been iu,wurectaget againss 1,0.0 pack ages for the eorresponalorweek last jeer. Although the recelpti foot up liberal!, the proportion of ehelo nnttr la .mall, end with a. rood ellr end eonntrr trade ell desirable grades hare met with a read aaie. For New York end Vermont enoice aairies a aao in hu been the rente and at the cloie holders are firm at the highest Igure. Medium grades range from 23 A 260 ro, out most 01 uit 101s reoeiru iroui new korK and Vermont hare been either choice or Terr common. the latter selling at 18 0 210 t lb. The receipts of weuorn nare oeen large, ana me wsi maris sell read llytat'23 Aitsoy lb. Kola not good enough to com. mann snose priocs are not easily piaceu at over uuo,ana the sales ef common...

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 July 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. A Supplement Acemnpnnlos this "riper, ill which will be found our lisunl nmoutit of rending mnttor for tlili iwgo nf tho paper. OFFICIAL. I.nw.ofllic t'ullril Strife., Passed nt Itie third Pceelou nf the Forty-Second Con K" (1ENERAI, NATURE-No. W.l AN ACT making appropriation! for sundry otrlt ax Scntcs of tho government frr the fiscal year ending una thirtieth, eighteen hundred ant (ovcnly-lbur, nnd for other purposes. Ila It omclod by tho Senate ana House of Reprlscnt allves of the United States of America In Congresa as. sombled, That tho following sums be. and the tame are hereby, appropriated, for the objects hereinafter ex pressed, for the fiscal year ondlngjune. thirtieth, eight een hundred and soventv-four, namely , 1'UBLIO 1'RINTINU AND I1INDINQ. V'nf th. nubllo nrlntlnir. for the tiublla binding, and for paper for tho publlo printing, two million dollars, and of the turn hereby appropriated printing and bind ing ma...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 July 1873

VERMONT FARMER. VOL. III.-NG. 84. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1873. WHOLE 0. 138. PUBLISHED WEEKLY, JtT ST. JTOHA'SBVttW VT CUMMINGS & HOSKINS. Term.. 0n eopjr, p.r annum,. IfpaHitrktlj In advane, .J.30 ...3.00 Sates of Advortliing. 8b. tt utTSrUitminU, 74 o.nU par Inoh tot Bntlni.r Un, Each lobsjuent Ini.rtlon, 23 eBUprlnh. TUB IlAIrI-TROPS. IT T. H. ETANf. A brniV had a Bald of ooro of rather tare .xUnt, In Uodlig which, with anil.ua oar., much Urat and UIIMiptftti But aftar working lose and bard h. taw, wltUirltf aad paU, lllicorn Vtn to droop and fad bteauta It wantwl rain. BotadandmUauwubUmlndktb.aab could not 'P. But toblifi.ldtr.palndnobdartottair.bla wither ing arvp. y Ooodr b.bUdIoVlo(up, dwpatrlnf, at tbo Two llltlo rain-drop In tbo clouds bit tad laoo obanood totp. ''lr..laoErl.rdandT.id,"ialdone, "to t.o him look to tad, I wlib I eontd do aim torn, good, lnd.d I tb.uld bo "tld. Jut to. tho troubW b. haa bad, and If It tbould not rain, Why all bit toll, and Mm., a...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 July 1873

t. it. unsKiNSt in. d., r.tiiior. Tl time It ttmlng, ftrkxft s.entr Un any Will-, token ! Kits'. Ms wort KrM.JIrii ( coimcM, and JiYM. unto i(miflrn ( Amf ef i 1.(7. St. Johrulrorv, Vt., July 25, 1873. THE CALEDONIAN AND THE FARMERS. Oar neighbor Tory dicrctly ignores our. call upon it to gWe proof of Uio chargo that "tho granges are rapidly going into the hands of tho democratio leaders j " but says : The last Farmer seems to approve of the farmers combining together and running a store by themslyes in crery school district." Now if wo "seemed to approvo" anything like that, we seemed to approve what we very much disapprove, and havo warned the farmers against in tbeso columns. There is no difference between such a storo and tho retail stores already existing, except that they are usually much worse managed, and Invariably end in loss to all concerned. Nothing of the kind has been attempted by tho Patrons whom tho Caledonian lectured and charged with making mistakes. Dodg ing like ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 July 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL ANJL FAMILY NEWSPAPER. UTiuitcts. Ilottoti Market. Reported tit tb Viimont Firkih br A. JD. HIBBAltD, frodtie Commission Mercian!. SI John Street, Boston WtDXiiDir. July li, BiilUr mul Client. The recelpli f Batter for 11 - I V. I 1 (rt lUllr .... .Ml.at ftlUI . L ares for the eorietpondlnt week last year. About I of the receipts ere western, of cnllnarj qtalltjr, whleh Kill ilowlr, bat the lapply of desirable grades bit Dareijroe.n .uiuoieot igr m. ninuiu. new xoraana Vermont ebolee dairies teld reatli at 37 23o y tt, In stralrht lot, end tome selections et hither flrnre. U..IT. II. . V . . n . .L. II,. all., 1M ..1 V. 7 1 I1IMII MM. " V .l 11 ( HI W fltmv. VI lWIVUllliU bee la request at 33 3M IT rb,but thll alto ran short and tha market olotei with a Irra tone for the belt trades ot Mew York, Vermont and Western. There Is, EoweTtr, an aeoantalatlon or medium Hatter, as the dementi is pnnoipmr ror me lowest and nit-nest trades and plenty of fair...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 July 1873

THE VERMONT EARMEK : AH AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. SOMETHING ABOUT LAOE. It has been wondered nt by persons unac quainted with the possibilities of mechanism, that machinc-mado lace nhould bo so inferior to that made bjr hand, It is not only true that it is bo, but that for obvious reasons, it must alwav continue inferior. In laco-milc. ing it is essential that the ends of tho threads bo loose. Now, until a maohino has been doTised which will pick up these looso ends as a DoTonshiro laco-makcr or a Belgian uun does, it is useless to ezpoct from the automat io maohino the soilness and elasticity, tho OTennoss of thread or graoe of pattern, which come from intelligent fingers. I do not do sire to snub tho machinc-mado gimps and fringes that giro n style to English and American ladies' dresses, which the traveler misses so much as he proceeds through Eu rope toward the East ; but thoy are not laco. There are four real classes of lace, although the specialities of different coun...

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

-Y1 VERMONT FARMER A.3ST .A-ISTO FAMILY NHWSPAPBB DPOiR TUB RtTBALISTS OF THE CKREElXr MOXjaSTT-A-UST STATE. VOL. III.--NO. 35. ST.. JOKNBtrRY, 1TRIDAY, AUGUST 1,1873. WHOLE NO. 139. PUnUSIlEtl WEEKLY. ST. .TOItA'SBVMtW l'T CUMHINGS & H0SK1NS. Triu.One copy! por annate,, If paid ittlotlr In advance i.'i.SO Rates of Advertising. Short advertisements, 71 cent! per Inch for tint Inser (Ion. Each sohsequent Insertion, S3 oents per Inch. ClIICICKKS and kgon Anio OUT. A FAIUt BALLAD OF THE PEMOD. r onriizna c. kkrr. (Jo LlJe tho coop, titers, Betsey, and call the hen home stout i We 'to cltr hoarders comln' and chickens and ones are eat. Since mil M. Carlton made u talk 10 far and wide, There been no end of toirn-fojks for summer board applied. The Srtt One wrltln' to ni that preacher as he raid -About ourjlttle rampaee and ngakln'jip had read Oar I'torr d touched hit fselln's and wthtiTwe itrlve to take, ., . , IIli famllr.lbr the leason, and eon dedaetlon make t lie only wanted quie...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 1 August 1873

T. II. IIOSKIMS, PI.IJ., Editor. TA( time is remfnp, ptrktft seon'er Hid on 0 us Hint, wash luy rat teer IAi word stall mis fa nnr(', anil dtvidt ttnfe thtmitlvtt fit frutt ttkelr Ml. Bt. Johnibury, Vt,, August 1, 1873. ABOUT RAILROADS, 4o. " Wo cannot bo how tho Verawif Farm er can reconcile its professions of hostility to monopoly with tts persistent attempts to giro material aid and comfort to monopo list," remarks tho St. Albans Messenger, tho gist of tho insinuation being, no doubt, the fact that tho Farmer has said that, bo far as its editor can learn, thero is no feeling of hostility on the part of tho granges, or of tho farmers of tho state generally, towards tho Central Railroad. Wo havo travolod orcr the stato a good deal, lately, talcing pains to ascertain tho popular feeling on this subject, and it Bcoms to us that wo very ac curately express it when wo say that what ever complaints tho creditors of tho Central may haTO against tho Trustees, and however just those compla...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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