ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Vermont Farmer Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 858 items from Vermont Farmer, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
858 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 1 August 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ttottott JHnrhtt. Reported fbf lh Vmkokt Farhm by A. V. IIIBliAllJ), Product Commission Herokant, SI John Street, Doston WmsasDAT, July DO. nnttemrwl Cliff . There liu been tooi de mand fbr Datter end til desirable lot are pretty well cleared oat. Prices hare adraneetl laf 10 jr ft, choice New York dairies selilne at 28 a 28e, and Vermont t 29o V lb. The proportion of tube affected by the hot weather hM Increased, bat we hear of nothing except Wntern selllne; under 200 V ft. The heat grade of Weitern were taken at 25 A 26 f ft, and medlnm mored a little mora freely at 20 0 Me, ai to quality. Common W n tern find a road tala at 16 is ISo V . The market oloeet with a Try Arm tone, A decided ImproTement hu taken place In Cheats, eauied principally by the attire export demand In New York. Price an fully to higher than latt week, and the tendency li still' upward. New York and Ver mont ftclory li now quoted at 121 0 We, bat a Tery...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 1 August 1873

THE VERMONT -EABMEK : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. $Htrfttra. fHEpnisoniPTi6N. " I winh vou would toll James, when he comes ia, to (urn tho cows in tho lower lot. And if Turpta calls, toll him I have conolud ed to take thoso theep. I want tho Meri nos. And whilo I am getting ready, plcato take my memorandum book and note down Tour harness straps, fivo pounds of nails and a gimlet, half a jookey strap, and and, yes, I bellore that is all. I forgot them when I mado out tho items this morning." Mrs. Btreoter roso wearily, laid her sleep ing babe quietly in its erib, and proeoeded to record tho articles named. She was young not over twenty-five but tho blondo com plexion was sadly faded, tho brown hair thin and lustcrless, and faitrt lines wero already marking tho whito forehead, while tho tired eyes told of care nnd hinted strongly of an unsatisfied heart. And this thin-cheeked, pink-lipped woman had been called a beauty, only seven years before ! Sho had been admired and pott...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 8 August 1873

FARMER. .A.HST A.Ca-K.IOXTLI'XJB.AXi -A.2STI3 TPj&Jsa&LTST NEWSPAPER POP- THE BTJRALISTS OF THE C3-E.EE3ST OXJ3STTAI3Sr STATE. VE RMONT VOL. III.--NO. 36. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1873. WHOLE NO. 140. runusiiEU -weekly. ,T ST. .rOMM'SMVJti', CUMMINGS & HOSKINS. TermM. On. copy, p.r annum,. If paid strictly to advance, Bates of Advertising. Short advertisements, 7 cenli per Inch for flritlmer 11. Each subsequent Inairtlon, 23 cents perlnch. IN TUB OLD, FOIlSAICEJf 1IOU8K. SCIIOOIr- r JOBS II. YatES. Thsy 't left the school-home, Charley, lthero J tin EO w. sat And shot our paper bullets at the master's time-worn halt Tli hook Is ton. on which It hung, and nutir ileep thoow Yf here school-boy tricks can never cait a ahadow o'.r hl brow. They 're built a new, Imposing one the prlda of all it. town, ' And lanthlnt ld and lass jo IU broad it.pt up and down i A tower crowni Its summit with a new, a monitor bell, That youthful ears, in dlitant hcmei, ma hear lti tnuslo ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 8 August 1873

THE VERMONT EAKMEK : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. r. n. iioskiivs Editor. Tk Utnt it taming, fttktfl seiner than atif f tit IkM, vkm ' ' arldikallruta incamndl, and dlrldt unta tktmttlvtt Ikt ftuil aftktir tall. St. Johnsbury, Vt, August 8, 1873. NECESSITY OF A BETTER POP ULAR EDUCATION. If the working men of tho world are ever successfully to combat the influences that LaTo heretofore mado and kept them poor and subordinate, tho influences that havp created a class consisting of great capital ists and their satellites, which rules tho working class and takes from it tho greater portion of its surplus earnings for its own enrichment, it can only bo through suoh a general diffusion of knowledge as will awak en the producers to a realiting sense of tho fact that they are thus defrauded, and enablo them to devise a way of emancipation from tho unjust domination of massed capital, Free schools and n freo ballot aro tho levers of liberty for laboring men. Heretofore all except 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. — 8 August 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. SJarhcts. notion .llarktt. Reported for the Virhoiit Finii br JD. HIBBAltJ), rrodnco Uommltslon Morckent. SI John Street, Bolton Widssdit, August S. Butter mid Che te. Thtre li ft tctrelty ( fine Halter, th bnlk nf the reoelptt baring keen more or leu affected br th hot weather, and tales of the bt New York nil Vermont fairies here been raid at 23 0) 39a f lb, with eeleotloni at a hither range. After passing the beat pad ee, there la a doll market, and rnedlnrn lota hare accumnlated. A fowialei har been made at as is 2Co,but there la pleat In recelrert' haadi that conld be bought at 20 IV Sao V th, Including West ern and Northern, The beat Weatern command! 84 0 230 to. Oar Cheeae market li flrra.wlth an upward Led.ney, under th Influence of th tilth prleea ruling In New York and In th country, bnt huyeri are not operating very freely. Choice New York and Vermont hat been telling at 131 m 13o, and email lota of Terr fin at 13o...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 8 August 1873

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Jpiftnihtrt. HOW SHE DID IT. l'ctcr 1'ennjrwiso was In deep griof. AH tlio hopes of n Hfo-llmo wcro to bo fruslrat ed. Tho fond ambition ho had so long nursed, his pet schema to mako tho namo of PeunytTiso tho greatest in tho land, was now no more. His only son, Launcelot, was to bo married to a plebeian to n girt who had wealth but no namo, no family, no ancestry, or no coat-of-arms on the panel of her coach. Could human misery bo greater 7 Could the Ossa of grief piled on tho Pel ion of dis appointment mako a heavier load of sorrow? No. Tho cup of Pennywiso was full to tho brim, and ho must drain it to tho Ices, how ever bitter tho draught. Such was the tenor of old l'ennywiso's musings as ho paced tho velvet carpeted floor of his library on tho evening when our story opens. A conversa tion his son had had with him, as they sat together sipping their wino, after dinner, had been tho causo of this tumult in tho breast of Pe...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 2 January 1874

ONT FARMER. A.3ST A.O-K,iaXJXiTXJHIi -AJKHD JMLTX-Tr 3STBWSPAPBH, FOB. TUB BXJBALISTS OiP TUB C3-K.BB3ST 3VEOXJ3STTA-IlSr STATE. VOL. IV.-NO. 5. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1874. WHOLE NO. 101. VE 1'UM.ISIIEI) WKHKLr. .it .it. .ronA'sttvny, 11V CUMHUNGS & H0SK1NS. forcd good tortus by middlemen, but wo ao- ccpt them just as wo plcaso. Tlioy nave found It a wiso policy to favor its. trod lieu the Granne I Fraternally, Hoosieiv Dor. Mexico, bid., Dec. 24. if ho finds it takes ten men to do what ono Thcro is but one pasture, and tho 00 mnn might do, if ho can iavo tho wages of acres of meadow has no partition fence to Turin.. One copy, per annum,. 84.30 lfpatdstrlotly In adranoe, 'i.09 Subscribers In Canada must remit SOo In addition, for United States postage. Bates of Advertising. Short adrerttsemonU, 7a centi per Inch for nrstlnsor- tlon. Each subsequent Insertion, 23 oents per Ineh. For tho VxnuoxT Fahmer. HOME OOOD ADVICE I'OIt "HETTY." ITho hninor of "Betty's" rones, In...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 2 January 1874

THE VERMONT KAHMEK j AN AttlUOJJLTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ffllVl ltttl.lt t SPittlMilfct ijft-"v'r fflyvt T. II. IIONKINS. .lit !., l:lltor. Tkt time It timing, periapt taontr Han any IkM, whtn tin vkota Iht mrkcHi teor Id thall rule In ttunell, ni( dMJt unit Mfmififi tkt fruit of their tell. St. Johnsbury, Vt, January 2, 1874. TEIIMS AND RULES. Tka 1'tlce of the FlRunn li $3.K per yesr, or 12.00 In paid In tu) ranee. Hit Farmer will bo sunt to all subscribers until a (IlKonllnnanc U ordered. lit Jtcgnril lo l'it)iuciili. Wo tlcalro that all subscribers should tend their pay ment directly to ni, Instead of waiting for an agent to call, or landing thorn to a third party who li apt to delay tending them, causing unnecessary correspond onto In looking them up. When tent directly to ui, $2.00 will pay for a year If not noro than half the year hii elapsed, and $1.00 will pay for two yean If not more than one or thorn liu passed. Dot, If only mon- ey enough li tent to pay up arrearages...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 2 January 1874

THE VERMONT EARMEK : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnabnry, Vt., January 2, 1874. Vermont Pormor Promium Tslat. We have solectod somo very choice and useful artloles which every farmer has nood of, tliat wo are giving ai Premiums for New 8ubsorlbers. Bojow we giro a Hit of them with the number of new subscribers necessary to oM&ln In order to get them. Wo offer no S conl pic tures, but goed sub'tanllat articles, and the very boit of their kind. Books. For any number of namoi of new tubicrlberi with cash, (2.00 each, we will send by mall, prepaid, as rainy dollars worth of books selected from those adrcr tiled In our book Hit, as we recotve names, to tho per son who obtains the subscriptions, whether one, ene dozen, or one hundred. For the names of two new subscribers with cash $2.00 eaoh, we will send, prepaid, a copy or the a rent Indus tries, retail price $3.CO each. For tho names of six new subscribers with oash, $2.00 each, wo will send by express, a Webster's ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 2 January 1874

THE VERMONT .FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. GOOD IIV TO TUB OLD YKAll. Good by, old year, goti by I I take thy shriveled hand And preil It filth a sigh, While on Hit threshold slilverlnj thou doit stand. Thll last, tlil.1 lone farewell It gives me pain to say i And Under lean upanell, To sse the part thll drear December day I (lathered thy Uttered train Of me inf rustling learei i No brighter hopei remain For thee who broughtsst flowers and harvest shiaves. Silent and cold and tray, InU the vast unknown Take now thy Rhostly way, IVhttliet the axes numberless have flown. Ulva thy sealed record up, ' Of Joys, and tean, and crlmoi Then mingle like a drop With kindred drops tn the peat tide of Tim 1 Mhi S, .Vrretrni in Indtptndtnt. THE HYttONR YKAtt. nich sift of God ! A year or time I What pomp ofrlie anil abut ofday, What hues wherewith our northern clime Makes autumn's drooping woodland's gay, What atrs outblown from ferny dells, And clover bloem and sweet-brier smell...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 9 January 1874

VERMONT FARMER. -A-IST uftuO-mOXJIjTXJIt-A.Xi -A-HXTID IPJTMLTTTSr NEWSPAPBB FOR THE RUBALISTS ODE1 THE GKRJEJHISr DVCOXJISTT-A-IOXr STATE. VOL. IV.-NO. 6. ST. JOKNSBTJRY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1874. WHOLE NO. 1G2. I'UIIMSHEU WEEKLY, at sr. .Toir.vsisuiti; ri, nY CUMMINGS & HOSKMS. rcrme.Ono copy, per annum, 93,30 If piHitriotlj In adronoo .....ti.00 Subscribers la Canada must remit BOa In addition, ror united States postage. Eatos of Advertising. Short advertisement, 76 cents per Inch for Orstlnser. tlon. Each subsequent Insertion, 23 centsperlneh. A COCICJJKY WAlt,. The great Folllo Journey I hare done, In many a town and tent I've found a lodrmsnt. I think I're traveled to tho setting; sun, And very nearlr reached the day or judgment, Like Launcelot, In quest of Holy Grail, From Western Bcersheba to Vankeo Dan I've been a seeker, yet I sadly fall To find the genuine type American. Where is this objeot of my youthful wonder, Who met me In tho p&zes of Sam Slick : Who opened e...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 9 January 1874

' T. II, IIO.SKINS, HI. ., IMIlor. Tht font it coming, ptrhapi sooner than any of ut Ihlnlc, irttn Iktt toko lofts irortofss eorldtM rul tneour,tl,anddtttdt vnlo Ihtmitlttt the fruit ttMr loll. St. Johnjbuiy, Vt,, January 0, 1874. TERMS AND ItVLES. The price of the Pinagn Is 2.t0"por your, or $1.00 In paid In advance. The Firourt will be icnt to nil subscribers until a discontinuance It ordered. In Itcrtnrit to I'liynicut. Wo deslro that all subscribers thould tend their pay ment directly to us, lmtead or nailing for an agent to call, or handing thorn to a third party who li apt to delay Bonding them, causing unnecessary correspond ence In looking them up. When lent directly to ul, $2.00 it 111 pay for a year If not nore than half the year has elapsed, and $1.00 Trill pay for tiro years If not moro than ono of them has poised. But, If only mon ey enough. Is sent to pay up arrearage!, or less, It mutt be at the rale of $3.50 per year, or SI cents per month i except In case of an unde...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 9 January 1874

Mlt.l 17 7 17115 lTV.XTr"P 171 A TOO . A XT A nOTDTTr f11!D AT A XTM T7I A TiI T r AT XTTn.r C! lt A TJi7r J.A.a.Jli r X JUjCXJ.VXTJI.XUXV i XVJTXVXV VJ XJ X J XX1.JUA.XSXS JU IlltLX U X JLXl v tax JVJL xuxv. S. Johiubnry, Vt., January 0, 1874. a A'lOM! LITTLE PJtESEA'T. Vormont Itoglator for 1874. To each lubserlber of tho FAriir, now or old, who, before the flnt day of February next, pari for lili pa perup to Jan. 1, 1875, without being called on by an agent, ami not baring reeelved tome other gratuity, wo n 111 giro or tend bj mall, bot a ftro dollar picture that coita Ore cent and Is dear at that, but a copy of Wnlton'a Vermont Itegltter for 1871. All those now In arreari to accept thlt offer mint, of coune, pay up all arrearages, but If paid within the required time only $2.00 per year will be charged. The Kegliter will be lent npon request to thoio who hare already paid to Jan. 1, 1S75, and not rewired a grata! ty of rant lort. Thoio already provided wo will lond n New Hampshi...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 9 January 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. For tlit Vkvoiit Patina, TUB CltlAVEYAnD. A MOU.MI IN There's antjvlih In tbo household, It li desolata and lone, Tor fondljr-cherUhod nursling From the patent neit has flown. A little form Is missing;, A heart has oeased to beat, And the chain of lor lies shattered At the desola tor's fett. A mound Is In the cravean), A short and narrow bed i No crass Is growing on It, No marble at Its head. Yon may to and weep bestde It, Yon rosy kneel and kiss the sod,1 Dot you'll Ond no balm for sorrow In the oold and silent clod. RemOTO the empty cradle, Ills clothing put away, And all his little playthings With your choicest treasures.lay, Strlre not to check the tear-drops That fall like summer rain, For the sun ot hope shines throngh them i You shall see his race ataln. 0 think where rests yeur darling i Not in Us cradle bed, Not In the distant graveyard With Its still and mouldering dead, Cut In a heavenly mansion, Upon his Savior's...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 16 January 1874

VERMONT FARMER. . n i -t. -A.JST AGHtlOXJXiTXJAXi FAJVCIXj'r NEWSPAPEB FOE THE DRXJK,A.IiISTS OIF THE c-R.ttfttxt TrrTTTvT,T' a ttvt STATE. " VOL. IY.-NO. 7. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 16,1874. " WHOLE Na 163. ? " " 1 1 1 I'UnUSIir.I) WEEKLY, .5T ST. .rOMM'SBUMt; IT, nv GUMMINGS & HOSKINS. Tcrm.One copy, per annum, 93.30 ir paid itrlotly In advance, '4.00 Bubierlb.ri In Canada must remit son In addition, for United Statu postage. No paper discontinued nntll all arrearage! are paid, axo.pt at the option of the publliheri. Wo detlro that all inbMrlbcra thould rend their par. menu directly to ui, lnitead of nailing for an agent to call, or handing them to a third party who ii apt to delay lending ihem, rauilng unnecessary oorretpond. once In looking, them up. When tent directly to ui, I2.U0 will pay for a year If not noro than half the year hai elapsed, and l.00 will car for tw rear. If nt more than one of them haa passed. Hat, If only mon. er enonch ll lent to par tin arre.mcm...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 16 January 1874

THE VBBMOMT JTAllMJffiK : AN AGRICULTURAL AJNJD FAMILY NEWSL'APEJK. IMItor. Tkt limo 1$ coming, ptrkapi loontr tkan any us IkM; Hkin Ikm tekodo Iko work nltt vtrldtktllrvtt In council, and iMdt unit tktmitlvn Ikt fruit oftktlr mi, St. Johnabtiry, Vt, January 10,1874. PRINQLE'S 'SNOW FLAKE" PO TATO. Tho "potato favor," as it has been sneer- ingly called by somo, which has prevailed r. ii.a ii.i r .:. . ... i.... r I the moat beneficial .-fevers" that has cvor had a run among farmers. It has given us mam iah ttnA ra tit M Tt1 A WHtnJtttA nt flint !n. dispensiblo tuber, and has so spread tho kcowlcdgo of them, and of their superior qualities, that thcro is hardly n farmer in the land who is not to-day a richer man on account of it. Wo have ourtelf invested in nearly every new variety that has appeared, and although many oi thorn havo been laid aside, thero was hardly one that had not somo decided merits, and the opportunity of trying, testing anu cnoosmg trom among them t ha kinds that...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 16 January 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN A.$RICCTIiT(JR ALAND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Bt Johiubnry, Vt,, Jannnry 10, 1874. . J'tOJC fMlSMSA'T. Vermont Roglstor for 1874. To tabh lubtorlber of tbo FAuxtn, new or old, who, before th flrtt day of February next, payi for hit pa rupto Jan. 1, 1875, Without being called on by an agent, and riot haying rtoelred torn other gratuity, ro will giro or tend by mall, not ft fire dollar picture that coil lire centi and Il dear nt that, but a copy o( Waltoii't Vermont IteRlater for 1074. AH those now In arrears to accept thli offer must, of Course, pay up all arrearages, but If pall within the required time only $2.00 per year will be eharged. The Register Will bo tent upon reqet tor those who hare alroady paid to Jan. 1, 1678, and not reo'jTed a gratul lr ol tome tort. Thoto already pretldod wo will tend a Now Hampshire Register If preferred. Addreea VERM0JTT FARMER, 61. Jol.nibnr,Vti . v- Tjt jrs Recommended for Subordinate Granges of Uio Patrons of Husbandry, in Ver m...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 16 January 1874

THE VERMONT JFARMER ; AN AGRIGUIiTURAL AJSID FAMILY NEWSPAPER. , ... .Forthe Vkriiomt FAnKER, OH The Way of tho Transgressor Is Hard. BY FRANKLIN II. QAQE. "Drunk again?'1 exclaimed Judgo lllalr. "Did you say ho was drunk again ?" "Yes, ho camo homo in tho night, drunk, and went to his room." "Drunk again ! Havo I got (o enduro this any longer? Must tho wholo family bo disgraced by thin boy ! No j ho shall not remain in my houso another day, I havo exhausted every possiblo means to roform him. Did I not tell him only yesterday that ho conld not stay hero another hour !r ho camo homo drunk? And in sheer defiance of my authority ho is drunk again within twclvo hours. It U beyond endurance. I will turn him out and disown him." Judge Blair roso and walked tho room, filled with wrath. Ho was a slern, unyteld ing man, exceedingly proud and aristocratic. Ho was proud of having "descended from ono of tho first families of his nativo state. Proud as ho was of his ancestry, lie was no less so...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 23 January 1874

VERMONT FARMER. -A.O-S.iaXJX.TXTS-.X. tAJNTID FJiJbaiTlLrsr NBWSPAPEB FOB THE RXJBALISTS OF TUB GKREElSr, IvrOXJ3STTA.I3Sr STATE. VOL. IV.--NO. 8. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1874. WHOLE NO. 104. PUBLISHED WF.EK1.V. IT ST. JOMIJ'8IIVJttX VT., nv CUMMINGS & HOSKINS. l'erma.One oopy, per nnum,.,., ..ft. HO Ifpaldstrlotlr In advance '-I.00 Subscribers in Canada must remit SOU In addition, for United Statu poitase. No paper discontinued nntll all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the pnbliihert. We deilr that all subscribers ahonld tend their par menu directly to ni, Initead or waiting for an acent to call, or handlnc them to a third party who it apt to delay (ending (hem, causlnranneceiaary correspond ence In looking them up. When ten! directly to u, S2.U0 will riar for a rear If not nore than half the rear lui elapted, and 11.00 will pay tor two yean If not mora Uian one ot them hat passed, But, If only mon ey enough It tent to Pay np arrearages or lest, It mutt ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 23 January 1874

T. II. HIlMKINai, M.H., Editor. Tkt tint it ctminf, ptrknpt mttn tr rlan any m tklnk, itktn tkn kit tkt leer tflkt erU,ht,tlrlt in emnell, indtlrtdt unit tktmtthtt tkt fmxt ttktlr tell, St. Johnibury, Vt., January 23,1874. SUPPLY AND DEMAND. A great deal of nonsense Is published about Iho "law of supply and demand" by people and papers that know but little of the lubject. They declare, in tlio faeo of tho plainest facts, that prices rcgulato themselves by a law which no man, or body of men, can affect, one way or another, and argue, from these false premises, that it is useless for farmers to unito in tho hope ot buying cheap er, or of celling to better advantage. Thcro is not a speculator In the country that does not know better than this. Tho prico of nearly all commodities aro being continually modified by tho acts of men directed to that end, and not an nrticlo that wo buy or sell is exempt from fluctuution in prico from this causo. Hut even if it were not so, it would still bo ...

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