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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 23 January 1874

V ( ' I 40 NvraV THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY JSTEWSPAP St Johnabnry, Vi, Jannty 23, 1874. Patron of MfMoaHdrn. OSlcere of the National tlranire. DUDLEY W. ADAMS, Matter, O. II. KELLKr, Secretary, T. A THOMPSON, Lecturer, Waukon, Iowa. Washington, I). 0. Flalnvlew, Minn. Kieentlve Committee. WILLIAM SAUNDERS, Washington, P. 0. I). WVATT AIK.KN, Uokeaoury, B. 0 E. n 81IANKLAND, Dubuque, Iowa URANORS Iff VEItMOTr.'T Slate Grunge. E. P. COLTON, Iraaburg, Muter. B. L. HOVEY, 8U Johnsbury, Secretary. V. J. BELL, Kiit Hardwick, Treasurer. Rxicvtitc Covimit. H. P. Colton, Irasburgh i E. L. Hovey, 8U Johnsbury i J. II. Hastings, WalUfltldt Lawrence Bralnard. Bt. Albans i Z. E. Jameson, lra burgh) 8. 11. Rowell, Feacham. ORfJAKiina Darnvu.. L. II. arliwold, North Hyde Park t D. K. Boyden, WalUfleldl W. II. McAllister, Wait Knoibnrgh; Jonathan Lawrence, Pauumpne. Subordinate ClraliRH. flt. Harm. Local Io. Uaittr, 1 ORGEN MOUNTAIN, St. Johnsbury, F. V. rowers. I RISING SUN, N...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 23 January 1874

VERMONT fiABMER.: Att AUillOttiiTURAL AJNJD tiAmifc QUAKER. . txitmlkt, 7" tho spring oft iho year, tUefn&timjt and rqalco 'rwHution. w .. . . ri. DJtEOP TIIR SWMET OLD CIlAPTEItS One cl tht sweet oil chapters Aneraday llkathlfi .j,, The morn brought tears and trouble, Tho ivenlc brlnaJTiio klor No reit In the armfl long for-v , Rest and refuse anil home i Crlered and lonely sajft.af,rv3fci Vnto ie bookl (JPr. JjjMB One of tho t w c ofptJCflU 1 p tmt Tho lore that blossoms thjvuli III! oa.ro of tho blrdtcad lilies Out In tho meadow dew. " Ilia erenlns; Hit 10ft around thou i m v Tholr faith ti limply to bo. 0, hushed by tho tender lesson, My (Jod, let me reft In Ibee. . a tfwi l nw punaing. me vtwo Mvmb Uro could I ovircounsei naaiMevailed. uisiicarteneii. it wai' grqthMo brrrii This roused in him it i lint ho commenced Itf 'rrbnltl. Mdisoon had I ami. Itr.n.ur'h It'rlM n. " I pit Donald, This will be a terrible : "''Only that we aro notfgolng to lcavo our you." Then iio told ih...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 30 January 1874

W H Matthews llp7f FARMER V K.MU.N I A.C3-IO"CTX.TXJIi-AXi F-AMXXsTT 3SJ -bl W Sg-AJPBIEV POB THE ItXJIt-AJLilSTS OIF THE C3-:R3DEnT OTJXT'T.AXJSr STATE. VOL, IV.--NO, 9. ST. JOHNSBTJBY, ERIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1874. WHOLE NO. 165. t. jomytsjBvnv, rr., nr CUMMIMGS & HOSKINS. Term.. Onu oopy, Jr annum,,.... 3,?5 Ifpalditriotlr In advance r""'jft,? fiablorlbert In Canada malt remit 300 In addition, fot lotted States postage, rlo tanr dleontlnud until all arrearages are paid, ue.pt at th. option of th. pn&iun.ri. W. IV. desire that all suberlb.rs ehonld mod tb.lr per nts dlreotly to us, lnUad of w!tlic for .aa urat to II, or handing them to a third party who ii pt to let- aendlnc them, causlni unnecessary correspond- Meats Mil a Li4la iui.' nHinr fkom. nutlnc unnecessary correspond- nc. la lookler th.m up. When lent fl rwur to us, . ---..-- "Int.- ..... JlMri v tn r f.r fk JHT II QUt UViv uiau mmu u year foot ruon- y.enough sent to nay np arrearages, or less, It mart IM at t. raw 0...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 30 January 1874

JesW a m. -74 T. II, If SISKINS, Men., .... If sr. jvif nmf iff caminff. pwrtiap ivvntr tman iny or mi ami, uAfn tftt uhodo the work oflht worMikotfrut in council, nd 4M4 unto thtmithti Ml frutf oftkiir St. Johnsbury, Vt,, January 30,1874. WHY NOT AN "ORGAN? Wo have boin asked, deleWl tt nLi, why wo so earnestly 3rsoi8!m"b"cliD"rto ""Organ " of the, Patrons, Ac, So., and one" .correspond cnt says ho " don't sco but if bat you might just as noil call yourself an 'organ' (of the Patrons) seeing that oertalnly no othtr Eastern Agricultural paper is doing anything forus." '' ' "' Well, tho first and principal reason why we say that tho FamIkr Is riot an" " orgVn, "1 is becauso it isn't. An " organ " among newspapers, is supposed to be controlled in the interests, nominally, at least, of soma party, or other organization. Now no one exercises any control whatever over these columns, save ourself. Nono can say to us " you must publish this " or " you mu;n't publish that j " for wo publish...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 30 January 1874

THE, VERMONT JJAJRME : AN AGRIOULTUllAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnsbury, Vt., Janhnry 30, 1874. Vormont Rogistor for 1874.. To each subscriber of the FAnnin, new br oM, tsho, before the first day of March next, pays fof fill p. per up to Jan. 1 , 1875, without being called on' by l Kent, ami not having received som other gratuity, wo will glv or sond by inall. not & Are dollar picture that costs Ave oenti end l( dear t tht, butt hop? of Wslton'a Vermont iiefileter for 18l. AH thoie now In arrears to accept thle offer mutt, of coarse, pay .up all arrearages, but If pld .wlthluith required time only $1.00 per year Kill be charged. The Register will be tent upon request to those' who hare" already pud to Jan. 1, IBIS, and not received a gYatuU ty of som sort. Thoie already provided we will tend a New Hampshire negttter If preferred. Addree VERMONT FARMER, Bt. JoLnabury, Vt. Officer or the National Orange. DUDLEY W. ADAM8, Master, Wenk6n, Iowa. O. II. KKLLKY, Beoretary, . Washin...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 30 January 1874

I'HE VERMONT tAMElU : A(HilOlURAL AtfD FAMILY JSTEWSPAPER. sAhi. r Airaaa txxntios. Tun, Idle tn, 1 know not whit they tu i Tetn from the depths of lom dlrloa despair. In looking on th happy entumn Selda, - ' And thinking ot tht dayt that art no raqre. Fresh as the Srtt beam glitierlns; on a laU, 4-. That brlnu our friends np from tha eatorWotlj, Sad M the lut which reddened nr. one! J That alnki with all we lore UtaVliii nrjjf J So lad, io fresh tht derl(thafareno mora. Ah, sad and itrtfjCeM la, dark lommat dawns Tha atlleit plpo of rrajfawakefied MtdV To dying cart, tVhenVnlo dying ijres' Tha easement tlowly growl a glimmering tqnare, 8e lad, 10 itranga, tha "dayt that an no mora. Dear at remembered klaau after death, And mat at those by hopelest hnt'y telmad On llpi that art (or etheri i doap at love, Doap at Brtt lore, and wild with alt regret, O-Dctlh In Life, tha dayt that ara no mora. AIIK TUB CIIILimKN AT 1IOME1 Each day when the glow or most t Fadea in tha western ikjy And ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 6 February 1874

YKI.XIOXT FARMER. .ajst .A.d.iaxjXiTrriiA.Xi .A-asro iFA-iivcir- newspaper for the ietchr-A-Lists of the ckr-eeist 3wcocnsrT-AXisr state. VOL. IY.--NO. 10. ST. JOHNSBTJRY, FRIDAY, tfEBRTXAHY 6. 1874. WHOLE NO, 166. JgtWWtt jtttt.f$r GttixtB$tt(tomu. I'UM.ISIIED WKK1U.T. .it st. .roit.xsavnw nr CUMMINGS & HOSKINS, IT., Jrilcltt that art Mtt, pracllrat, and it Me ptlnl, ictllrtcthl lit prtfertnct ftt thti csfumn. Ten Unet tf tthat r ew l ittttr lm a column of Khat ytu !. ,. I'crnm. Ono copy, per annum,. .84.30 If natdstriotly In ad ranee........ .........'4.00 Bubsorlbcrs In Canada muat remit 200 In addition for United State) postage. No paper discontinued anlll all arrearage! are paid, except afc ino option 01 mo puoi-Siiors. THE For the Viauoitr Faruir. SUPERPHOSPHATE QUESTION. We deslrif that all subscribers should lend their pay- menu directly to u, Instead of waiting for an agent to call, or handin iK them to a third party who II apt to I mem. causing unnecessary oorrwpi ,? t...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 6 February 1874

I 1 r. if. iniNKiNwm. .Ti:.iiior... Tkt tlmi ti ttmtni, pttkapt teener tkm any Iklnl, irtin tktt ukfit.iki irt elkt.HndlktUO'll In fundi, tnt tMii utile tktmiilut tkt fruit ttkttr tell. 8t. JoliMnryT VC,"ToT3ru5ry"Tn i874r " GREEN MANURING." Farmers who mo guilty of lottlue their furras cot poor aud liunsrj, strangofiis jt may seem, imie 10 no iccturcu nuoui mcir romiss noss in this pnrtlciilnr ular. Talk to tbtui about I for manure nnd or bull- n hill of compost, and they collecting mnioruus U1UK 111 U.C.I J1W1V. ......A V, bU.UpVIV, wlirnnll vnur nltantlon to the oxccllencloa .i!.. i ....... ni,t of red clover to keen hind ffiffiffij""0 will rofer with i h an air orsuro deronsc lo wiiai c wh&tffi Is found which n soil ucod to keep it up, and the more than keep it up make It uioro bcaull ...I ir ...... .,cll-l will Itll It luJ av.iatuiu in.... ...... v mrnt, if ho has had mi opportunity to read "n'fthlnl tttKX "f th and ma- Stemwtoof t is nothing i lin iwinnntl imi wimt crons r...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 6 February 1874

TH: VERMONT EMER: AN AGKRIOULT URAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. John.bury, Vt., February 0, 1874. stale Veir. It Is claimed that tko swonl carried by Lord ltyron In tho Urcckwar ia in tlio poa scssioti of a lady in Chicago. Jonathan 1. Miller, at that timo a student at tho Uni versity of Vermont, visited Urceco in coin l.any with Dr. S. U. IIovto, and arrived at Mifsolonclii a few months after tho death of Lord Myron, and greatly distinguished him-j-clT in tho war, finally enduring all tho hor-t rors of tho sicgo of Missolonghi. Col. Mill or. after the peace bought tho sword of Uv- of ron from tho family of a Greek officer, tp whom Byron liad given it, and who as sub-'fopenej i',ur ttmea this winter. seiiuently found dead ou tho battlo field, with the sword knotted to his wrist. Uol. Miller aitcrward settled in Montpelicr. Tho sword and a few other articles wcro all that was saved by the lady at tho great Chicago fire. Thcrmomotcr 40 below tero aV Sfe Johnsbury last Monday morning; 33...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 6 February 1874

TH M VERMONT If A KM .ANA iRTnTTT.'PTTR A I . A MT 1? A 1VT1 I .V M lilWHPAPRR. Oil c i For tli Vernon Finn, Married by Destiny : OHAHLIjY WALLACE'S MAll-i 1UA0E AND COURTSHIP. V I.Ii.M' YKAIl.STom, IIY V, II. UAUtt. CHAPTKH I, nroDor to tell the story just as tho oircum stances took plaoo. I am nbt 6nly gon to toll tho story, but 1 am going to tell it in Charley's own words. I have several rea sons for this. In tho first place, I will tell it in Charley's own words, becauso every ono nftlin fnfit that that knows Charley h aware of tho fact that i i -..ii t!. Or, if ever a man was bright enough to tell his .. ii,ir wii.n Thnn nitin ilhAlw I s Charley Wallace, lhcn ogam Unit lev C1 Tdid W5r 'rOXlT w hG iu i,t. n fnrv. (lhr nv can civo it n " "'1 , ,,P i:,tj I more graceful language d"; then a plain, nobol.id countryman like D , r. . , . !,; i, m VV-y and car witness to tho wholo affair, ho must bo better quajifled to tel bow it al Q, urreu, nm B F' -"IX! : mauce iuuce to tnaKO u reaa...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 13 February 1874

VERMONT FARMER A.3ST wA.a-DEtiaXJ3LTXJK-A.Xi .AJNTX) DPA.3vriXiT- JSr03'W"S3?A.3?a33l IPOIR THE 3.XJS,-A.XjISTS OIF THE C3-33,2333ISr IVEOXJ3KTT-A.I3Xr STATE. VOL. IV.--NO. 11. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1874. WHOLE NO. 167. I'UllI.lSlinll WF.EKI.Y, .tT st. .roir.vsavnv, iir CUMMIHGS & HOSKINS. 1'isriitii.0ne conv. tier smnuin.. ..9.30 If paid itrlotly In advance,.. '1-00 Sahsortbers In Canada most remit 200 In addition, for United IJtates postage. No paper discontinued nntll all arrearage! are paid, except at in. opuon oi me puonsucrs. We deilra thai all lahsorlliera should tend their nnv menu direct! r to m. Instead of waiting for an aient to call, or htndlnc them to a third party who U apt to them to a third party who Is apt to ueiay loading them, eaasinz unneaessary correspond ene In looking them up. When rent directly to 12.00 will nay ror ft year If not noro than hair the year hai elapsed, and 11.00 will pay for two y.ara If not mora than ene of them has passed. B...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 13 February 1874

a u T. II. IMIMKI.XS, WfDi I'.illlor. 7f loif f earning, ptrkitpi ttonrr than any uu Mint, wit (it verilit trarMliaMrufi fa ttHnttl,ithiit until (itmitdtt lit "mil oftktlr (If. ' ' St. Johnsbury, Vt, February 13, 1874. Last week, io miking up tho first pgc of tlio Farmer, a portion of tho report of tho Knosburgh meeting got mixed with tho re port of tho Randolph meeting. Our mild disposition prorented onr being angry At tho blunder, but still we should liko to kill the "poor printer" who did it, if it wasn't against the law. FARMERS' MEETING With the llonrtl of Agriculture, A.C., t Vergennee Tnnil)- ami Wetliieeilii), Ftli. :l ami 4. TUESDAY AFTERNOON. The mcoting was opened nt tho Town Hall at 1 o'clock I. M., and tho secretary having called for a nomination Oo. Clto. W. Ormnlf ) wns chosen chairman. l)r. Virgil W. lllauchard, of Mlddlcbury, then read a paper upou " Mechanical Appliances. " Dr. Itl.mchnrd began by remarking that farmer are every day becoming less and less tho slave...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 13 February 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnibury, Vt., February 13, 1874. Vormont Parmor Fromium List. Wo have selooted omo very choice and metal atttelca which mrjr farmer hai need ol, that we are giving ai Premium! for New Subscribers. Below we givo a Hit of them with the number of new inbeerlberi necossary o obtain In order to get them. We offer no S cent plo- lures, out goeu auimanuai articles, and the very boit oritieir xinu. llookl. For any number of names of new subscribers with cash, $J.OO etch, we will tend by mail, prepaid, aa mny dollari worth of hooka teleeted from those adrer Hied In oor book Hit, aa we reoelre namei, to the per on who obtalna the subscriptions, whether ono, ene doten, or one hundred. For the namu of two new lubtcrlben with cash $3.00 eaoli, wo will lend, prepaid, a copy of the Great Indus- tries, retail price $3.50 each. For the names of tit new lubmrlbera with oath, J.W each, we will tend by express, a Webiter'e National t lolo...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 13 February 1874

Wxitmtmt. For the Vinvoxt Faituga. a rniEM). lion hard It li to find a rrlend : In whom you always can depend. Sometimes a friend yon think you've cot, When tried and proved yon hart them not. Borne, to serve some lolAih tnd, Will mar and row to ba yonr friend i Dut toon ai (erring itlf li o'er, Heboid ! they are yonr frlendi no more (Mien will act a part mora bate, Alwayt b friendly to yonr faoe i Hut torn yonr baek and they your name Will expose to Infamy and iliarae. Apparent frlendihlp otlien show, To and out all yon may know, Year lecreti thai are all pumped out, And then they're handed all about. A trne friend I highly prlte, Dot a treaeheroni one I do derplte, All In suspense I ask around, Where can a real, true friend be found t lor the Vemioxt Faniirn. hhaso.v v. ciiKrsn. All nature n but one itupendoui thought, Which Cod la lore and wisdom hath oulwroughl, All things cooperate and orer blend, And aerro each other to tome noble end. 11 at ereedi haro 10 be-numbed our feebte...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 20 February 1874

VERMONT FARMER. A3ST FAMILY KTBWSPAPEB FOB THE BURALISTS OF TECB MOXJ3STTA.I3Sr STATE. VOL. IY.-NO. 12. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1874. WHOLE NO. 1G8. PUBLISHED WKKKLT, at r. j6ujvsbvkx rr., UT CUMMINGS & HOSKIHS. Terra.. On. oopy, p.r ainam, ..83.38 iff.Uitti.tir In adranoe .eo Cabstrlkeri la Canada most remit SOo la addition, for United States postage, No paper dUooatlaaed until .11 arrearage aro paid, xo.pt at vo. vpuvu 01 u. puguiu.n W. d.ilr. tilt all tuboerlbera ih.ttld i.nd Ib.lr pay- n.nti dirMtlr to ut, lnitoi ..11, t kaodlar tti.m to a third pattr who it apt to iu or waning wr no agent u r waltlnr for an aront quit tonQinc intra, oaoiioE nuHmHir .grmpoav th.m. eautlnr unneetttary tor C thim up. when nt direct for a jr.it If not noto than half md 14.00 will var for two yea ne. 1 looking thim up. VVh.n lut directly U us, a.w will p. for a jr.tt If not not. tban hair t hat alanied. and 14.00 will nir for tw. rear for a jr.it ir ni nor man nair tn pax for two roa...

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 February 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 'I'. II. IIOSKIKS, M. Dm I'.tlllor. , -tsh - Tke lint it coming, pithnpt ir Hon any v tn, trttn ' K-ierfelte irerJt irorif lUIf ruff In fNnri7, i( rfWrff nut l(m.frl lie Vm( tfitr fit. St. Johnibury', Vt, February 20. 1874. ARE THEY OPPOSITES? Wo have no doubt Jersey cows mnko but ter Mint is usually higher colored than Hint mndo from common cows, but we do not be lievo that it excels In both color and solidity. Not but that Jersey butter enn bo miulo In inmmer, under fnvornblo conditions, hnrd enough to handle nnd to toll, but only this, that the two qttalitic$ 0 color and solidity in tititttrnreoppoiitei. Wo cut tho foregoing from the conclusion of an editorial in a Into issuo of the Ktw England Farmer. Tho article, which is of somo length, is ovidently in reply to articles in tho Vermont Farmer, although it vague ly says " exchanges. " Wo leave the particular question of Jer sey butter in tho hands of our Jersey friends, ...

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 February 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 0 Bt. Johnibury, Vt., February 20, 1874. . .VtVJG LtTTJCE IJtJESEJ'T. Vormont Koglstor for 1874. To each lubiorlber of the FlRmn, new or old, who, before tli Ant day of Much' nut, pari for till pi perupto Jen. I, IS7S, without being called on by an agent, ml not baring recelred Km other gratuity, wo will giro or tend by mall, not a II to dollar picture that costs (Ire rtntJ and Ii dear at that, but a copy of Walton'. Vermont IteRlater for 1BT4. All thou now In arrears to accept this offer innit, of oourse, pay up all arrearage, but If paid within the required tlmo only $2.00 per year will be charred. The Register will bo lent upon request to thoie who hate already paid to Jan. t, 1 873, and not resetted a gratui ty of tome lort. Those already provided we will tend a New Hampshire Register If preferred. AddreM VERMONT FARMER, 8t. JoLnsbnry, Vt. Patron of Husbandry. Officers of the National Orange. DUDLEY W. ADAMS, Master, Wau...

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 February 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER : AGRIOPLTURAJL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. For th VmuoMt Finnan. a wish ur ivijrrrcn. I with the mow would melt away, I with tin iprlng wer lure, I wlih that thli wu June or Mtr, The wlntir li 10 drear. 1 with that I could know to-night If dewn beneath the mow Thit lie 10 par and cold and whIU, I with thall could know If there It any thought of iprlng Down deep beneath tht mold, If ther It anylltlng thing In all thli bitter cold. If there are tiny learn end flow'erJ All wrapt io dote and warm They do not heed theie fearful houn Of wintry froil and itorm, And It they hart the lent detlre To bunt and iwell and grow, To deck themielres In gay attire, Once more to bloom and blow I with I knew In what fair dime Our merry blrdt now line 0 when will be the joyeui time. When all the beaten iball ring' With notet of robin and efthruth , And bobolink to cay I 0 would the time were near at hand i 0 would 1 1 wire to-day. But no, the iky looki darkly down, Ne sign of spring It her...

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 February 1874

VERMONT FARMER. A.1ST .a-iaXJLTXJS-A-Xj IF.A.ILVEII'Srr 3STBWSPAPHR FOR THE DEVOTtAXjISTS OF THHEE GKEWEJElKr 3vrOXJISrT-I3Sr STATE. VOL. IY.--NO. 13. ST.' JOHNSBXJRY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1874. WHOLE KO. 109. ;wh Sit 3' rUM.tSIIKD WF.KKI.Y, .it nr. jrottA'savnv, nr CUMMINGS & HOSKINS. vt., Tcrme.Orio eopjr, per annum...... ,.,81.30 Ifpftld itriotly In advance .'. '-00 bntoerlbers In Canada most remit 200 In addition, for United States postaee. No paper discontinued nntll all arrearages are paid, xe.pt at me opuen or lue puousinri. We deilro that all subscribers should tend their par- menU directly to nt. Instead of waiting for an agent call, or handlne them to a third party who ii apt to 10 to iar delay lending them, causln; then f th0 inem, causing: unuoceBwry uviinuvi enee in looting mem tip. When lent airecuy to ial alapeed, and $1.00 will pax for two years If not J.00 will par for a Tear If not nore than hair the Tear hai alapeed, and $1.00 will pax for two years If I more ...

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 February 1874

THE VERMONT EARMEK : AN AUllIOULTURAli AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. T. ! IIHHKINMt M. Dm Editor. Tkt llmt It tuning, pttkopt tlontr tktn my lit Iktnl; wkt tktt do tkt Kgrt-utrldtkatlruli tn council, ni iMit unto Iktmtthti tkt fruit of tkt ir toll, St. Johrubury, Vi, February 27, 1874. FARMERS' With the Itoaril of MEETING Aerlcnltnre. 4tr.. at llraitfonl, Thitrtrtay mid Frlilnjr, Feb. 13 mill 13. ' KConcludtd jromjlrtt pogr.) FRtDAV MORNINO. The subject of " Pastures " was again brought up this morning. U. II, Heath urged tho valuo of irrigation wherover it is practicable, as it is in so many places in Vermont. Tho flowing of puro water upon dry ground causes tho growth of grass to be continuous and abundant. Tho channels need not bo deep nor expensive, and yet may bo so constructed as to guido tho wator in a gentlo flow over many acres that arc now unproductive. It is also worthy of thought whether wo may not again clothe over denuded hill tops with forest., so that tho rains of summer shn...

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