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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 27 February 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnsbttry, Vt., February 27, 1874. .1 .VICE TATTLE fXJSSJBA'T. Vormont nogiator for 1874. To each subscriber of tho Farukii, now or old, who, before the flnt day of Jlarch next, payi for till pa per up to Jan. 1 , 1878, without being called on by an agent, and not liarlnt reed red some other gratuity, we will sire or lend by inall, not a fire dollar picture that costs fire cents and li dear at that, but a copy of AValton'a Vermont IteRleter for 18T4. All thoie now In arreari to accept thli offer must, of course, pay up all arrearages, but If paid within the required time only $2.00 per year will bo chargod. The neglslor will be sentjinon request to those who have atroady paid to Jan. 1, 1878, and not rccelrod a gratul ty of some sort. Thoso already prorlded we will send n New Hampshire RegMor If preferred. Addresa VERMONT FARMER, St. Jol.nsbnry, Vi. Stale A'eien. Hou. Ocorgo W. IlcnJco of tho 3d dis trict introduced in t...

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 February 1874

THE VERMONT JTAKMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. WIND OP TUB WINTER MI1IIT, r ins "rAUXT HARD." Wlnil ef tin winter night t I hoar Thy midnight volet, welnl, wild and drear, Sad, solemn, ilow i lieu It without my window pant i Hear In th aoul-aroualng ttratn Th Totce ef long ago. That hollow, volcelul spirit tone, An Instant heard, then Yanlshod, gone, Unlocks the past) And HghU of other days that lit Deep In the mlds of memory, Flash bright arid fast! Some rlvld feint t Clone ago, Of life's first Orel, or Ioto'i ott glow, Bnrlod for years In aahei or the past from light. Wakes, at the tone, again to light, Andre-appoon. t , The form, the words of aomo loved one Once by my ltde, now parted, gono To the realms nnseen i Or, haply, separated wide By weary leagues of land and tide i Ami years between. 0, meniorjriadi 0, memory sweet I How often, thus evoked, I meot Again my lost t My arms are outstretched to embrace, Bat heart to heart, and face to face Is bdt the ghost. Myst...

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 March 1874

FARMER. W H Matthotra 1jan7'b .&3ST A.3-K,iaXJIjTXJELAjnj -A.ISTX5 I-A.IutlX,'- KBW'SPAPBB FOB TECH IR.XCRA.XjISTS OF THE GKEIHB3ST IwEOXJISrT-AJClSr STiATE. t " YOI. IY.--NO. 14. ST. JtOHNSBURY, FRIDAY,. MARCH 6, 1874. WHOLE NO. 170. VERMONT punugiiF.D weekly. .r r. .ronA'8i?vfl ft.. nr CUMMINGS ; & HOSKIRS. No paMesgj II i'i M VrJWa ut paid, xwpl MlUlpw or tAtiKbllshsn. ff dctlri Mi IN sbacrlWr UmoU MaU Mlr pur. mists dlrwHr iCiMail of waiting Is M Uul la cll, or ksjidl thim to a third Irt;iriio-t pt to nc ui irons umo up. wn.n m omaar to I'i.uj win ut w a )iu ir not nor. Uhui Mar; bmr hit alapsnd, M4 4,od wlll.r ror its thh u not nor than ana of nam hu jiaitad; Bat, If ahr mon ey mom6 U m4 to par up armrwrwi'or Hat, Hunt o m h rata or km par year, or 21 ooaaa pa month t zcort in cava vi as uaaonvaBaias; in rvi.lfuv. wt lur- MemmM dtimi or bomh mxiy.waw, pay aMataecHWrtus aTHoirtas.-cr br rbtMW latter. and whan In .Uhor of thoM'wv sMJall-trana. million will baa oar Mat: or...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 6 March 1874

f m T. II. HOSKINS, Mi IMItoY. Tkt lint l etmSf, firkifffttntr Uaa-, tit Mint, wtn tkm vktit Ike iter wtrUtkaltrvtt In f until, mnt itrtdt unit IA,mfrn fit Vtl tlkelr tell. St. Johmbnry, Vt., March 0, 1874. IS NOTORIETY ESsiNTfAQ The politicians nro trying to mako td'o pcoplo lioliove that no man ought lo'bo raado" governor of Vermont who s not, m thoy phraso it, " well known to tho pcoplo of toe State. " Hut tho trouble with tho men Vhoy would themselves put forward ia that thoy are too well known. It is sought to lay down notoriety as an essential ptc-rcquiUc of candidacy, becauso they havo in their own ranks so many men who by roason of prov ious office-holding havo been conspicuous, and from whom a candidates can 1 bo selected whom they can depend on, because ho has been thoroughly trained in the modern school of politics. It is well understood that tho chicauo and dishonesty of politics has for many years kept our best men out of tho political arena, and replaced them with pers...

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 March 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johtutrary, Vt., March 0, 1874. State J'cu. f Thoro is prospect ot n good Boear season, and less labor than usual in gathering tho sap, nhioh hag run froely this week. It is understood that Col. Geo. A. Merrill,1 now of tho New London Northern, Trill uo oced Mr. Parker as superintendent of tht I'assumpsic. It is stated that tho census in 1870 in Worcester, Mass., gavo tho number of In habitants of that city born in Vermont at 1700. Tho city directory of 1874 giroi tho number at 005, which includes only heads of families and single adults. The Massarhtsetts Teacher, published by A. Mudgo & Son, Uoston, is hereafter to have a Vermont department conducted by IUVb. J. O. W. Coxo, of Montnelier, and .if. T. Fuller, of Bt. Johnsbury. Teachers and others interested In education are requested to send brief articles and items of cduoational news to cither of the Vermont editors, Copy for each month must be sent not later than ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 6 March 1874

? Al' JBJERLOWX JfiUliMJpR AN AClRiq)JgRAJj AND FAMILY , KEWiSFAPBR. For tht VlKMOXT FaRtltft, THE LITTLE T.OCK OP HAIR. Th ete&log i lii Jowl gather thickly round roe i The Srellght gleami on ancient palnllngi rare i But thli memento of tha pott unchains me, This tiny lock of silken, auburn hair. Again t im the snnbeam In our dwelling i Again I he,ar the childish prattle iweet i Tli merry, gladsome langA", like liquid muilc, The noisy patter of the tittle feet. I elup again the precious Uttie darling, And lay the shining head upon toy breast I soothe the weary one with soft careties, And watch with tender care Its quiet rest. Cut now the dream is past) and In Hie darkness I sit and old my aching heart be Mill, For though the vMund la deep, I bow submissive, Submissive to my Heavenly Father's will. , And through the mlit that hangs abore the river 1 look away to yonder blissful shore, And In the cherub band I see my loved one, Where pain Is past, and parting scenes are' o'er. An...

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 March 1874

YERMONT FARMER. -A.3ST A.ca-ORiaXJXiTXJK.A.X -AJNTID FJhJJMLTlLrsr im-WSPAPBR FOR TUB K-TJ-RLISTS OF TUB GKREBIST 3vrOTJ3STT-A.I3ST STATE. VOL. IV.--NO. 15. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, MARCH IS. 1874. WHOLE NO. 171. rtlM.13iim Wi:fcRJ,V. it st. .roimsiivnv, rr., nr CUMMINGS & HOSKINS. Tcrmn. One oopy, per annum g'J.SO Ifpaldttrlotlr In ed ranee,... '4.00 Subscribers In Canada mait remit 20o In addition, for United States poetace. No paper dlMoatlnned nstU all arrearages are paid, except at the optteti f the pnhllshers. We desire that all sahsertbers ihonld fend their pay menu dlreetly to ni. Instead or waiting for an agent to call, oi banding them to a third party who ll apt to delay Bonding them, causing unnecessary correspond enqaln looking them op. When tent directly to ui, S2.U) will pay Tor a year Knot nor than half the year hit elapsed, and 14.00 will pay for two yean If not more than one or then has passed. Hut, if only mon ey enough Is tent to pay np arrearages, or lees, it m...

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 March 1874

THE VEKMONT FARMEIi : AN AGRIO.UIrUJLlAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. T. I. IIOdKlN n. P., Friltor. T Mms is remif, ftrkapi seeaer tie any f s fUns, vln issea. fas v.rjr e(irtrerMisaJr7t In fundi, mni do-Ms unl ffnrfislas Vm( efarfr tm. - - - - St. Johiubury, Vt., March -13, 18 7 HE UNDERSTANDS THE SIT UATION. Which is tho most sensible man. the Moro-kceper who goes whining around that tho granges are ruining him, who curses the farmers' papers, and stops his advertisements, (thus taking or his own aocord the direct road to bankruptcy,) or he who hag sense to recognize that the farmers hare found out the advantage of buying for oash, and sets himself to mooting their demand and making money nut of it? Tho farmers are sensible that there must be middlemen. They have no hostility to middlemen, either ns a body or as individu als. What they are hostile to is paying more for their gooils in one plarc than they can buy them for in anothpr. They have found out that under a cash system goods may ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 13 March 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St Johnibury, Vt, March 13 1874. M'ntrotm of MIUMbandrH Ofllrtra of the National Orange. DUDLEY W. ADAMS. MMter, Wenkon, Iowa. O. II. KELLEY, Secretary, Washington, D. U. T. A THOMPSON, Lecturer, Flalnviow, Minn. litecntlve t'nininltte. WILLIAM 8AUNDRRB, Wuhlneton, 1). 0. n wvatt AIKEN. Cnkeiburr. 8. 0. K. R HHANKLAND, Dubuqoe, Iowa , (IHANCIKS IN VKIUIONT flXT. I E. P. COLTON, lruburg, K. L, IIUVRY, St. Johnsbury, V. J, DELL, East Hardwick, Mister. Secretary. Treuurer. RTttCrtTlVs, COMUITTEI E. P. Colton, Iruburch i E. L. Hovey, Ht. Johnsbury t' J. II. llutln Lawrence Bralnard, St. Aidant) Z. E. , burtht 8. II. Howell, Peacbam. waitjuoiat aineion, lrae- OnaAititino UtruTias. L. II. UrliwoM, North Hyde Parki U.K. Hoyden, Weltsfleld, W. II. MoAlllster, Wet Enosburghi Jonathan Lawrenoe, raunmpii Z. K. Jameson, Iruburgh. Hubordlnnte Oranges. , ft: ft ami. Localon. 1 OHKKN MOUNTAIN, St. Joftnsbury, I tllSINUSl'N, North Danville,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 13 March 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. $itcwhrrc. CIIAIUTY "MjotciNt hot ix isiqtrrrr." T HCTB A1TLK. Why should w. 'er delight to hear About another's wrong How swiftly dir. temptation's lid Hath bonis their souls along! They nay har itruer,led lone nd hard E'er t11 orercame, And they began to tread apae. Th. downward road U sham.. They may hart been forsaken quit By all who should sustain, And than discouraged, tlok at heart, They found their eflbrU rain ( And what irwtlllngly they Tell Nor eared themselret to sere, What If they rushed In madness on Nor Itcarea'i help did erare I We alio hare too often tinned And plered the heart of Ood, And recklessly, with ttnbborn souls Dark paths of iln hare trod i " Ah, me I "-If Ood should look en u Ai we hare looked on them, If He should h. as stern to judge Ai ready to condemn. We ne'er might hope to reach that land Where Satan hath no power, To tend a soul down qulok to death In some unguarded houri Nor think to Join t...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 20 March 1874

VERMONT FARMER. -A.KT A.O-DRiaXJXjTXJli.A.31, F-A-3VriXJ2' NEWSPAPER FOB THE BUBALISTS OiF THE a-F-EBHST IwrOXJISTTAinsr STATE. WL. IV.-NO. 16. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1874. WHOLE NO. 172. IMIIII.ISIIK.I) AVKF.KI.Y. aT st. .roirn:sitrrRi nr CUMMINGS & HOSKINS. IT., Terine One oopy, per aanam 03.30 Ifpald itrwtly In wlranee t ....ti.OO Sabterlbers In Canada mast remit 20o In addition, for United SUtet pottage. No paper discontinued until all arrearages an paid, ic.pl at the option of the publishers. W. desire that all subscrlberi ihould tend their pay ment illreetly to ut, Instetd of waltlnt for an agent to rail, or handing them to a third partr who U apt to delajr sending them, ntualnz nnnecewary correspond ence la looking them up. When lent directly to nt, (9.00 will par for a year If not nore than half the rear hat elapeed, and $4.00 will pay lor two yean If not more than one of them hat passed. Bnt, If only mon ey enough ii sent to pay up arrearages, or leaf, it mnst...

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 March 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. T. II. IIOHKINH m. D. Kdllor. T llmt ( eemlsf, pirkopt otntr Dan any m (Msi, r lf l weft tcerldtkotlrult ( tensttf, rffrttt unit Mtmitfi-ts ll fruxt oftktlr IHI, St. JohniDury, Vt., March 20, 1874. AMONG THE JERSEYS. Ono of the ploasantest episodes of our journeying about the state during the past winter was a day in the valley of " Heaver Hrook," iu North l'oinfrct, where a little next of farmers, all intelligent and cultivated men, have tuken up the breeding of Jerseys as a specialty, and lire doing moro to popu larize that breed ax one Gt for tho common farm dairy, uot less than for tho fancy farm er, thnn all the other breeders in America. We havo delayed giving an account of this excursion, in expectation of receiving from one of the parties some fuller notes than wo were able to take in the brief time at our disposal, but as thuy have tint como to hand we will make use td' what we have It is, we think, some eighteen ye...

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 March 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnbnry, Vt., March 0, 1874. - Stale .Vrtr. Over $60,000 are now mi tho books for tho Monlpclier, Ilardwlok tint Ulack H. H, Tho commliwioncrs met at llnrdwlck, Mon. day, March 10th, to determino the time and placo to call the niGting or tlitt tockholdera, to sleet directors. The following are tho county commission ers elect, o far an we have been ahlo to get them : Addison, Gyrus W. WIckor, Ferris burgh; Uennington, A. J. Gray, Manches ter ; Caledonia, K. II. Stone, St. Johnslmry ; Chittenden, James Squier, Charlotte ; Frank lin, Hodnoy VVhittemorc, St. Albans ; Or leans, S. S. Tinkham, Urownington ; lint land, 1J. W. Marshall, Hutland J Windsor, H. A. Weston,- Chester; Waahington, Geo. O. Boyce, Fayston. The St, Albans Messenger says that after President lirooks made his preliminary ne gotiation with Gor. Smith for a 1 sale ' of the Vermont &, Canada railroad to the Cen tral Vermont llailroad Company, tho direct o...

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 March 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. literature. I1KLPI, TIIOSK WHO HELP TIIKMSKLVKS." IT III, RAIKU II. lARIttT. Better rob Una rust Llfe't the time for action i Shake eff corroding dust i llMd not clique or fiction. Humble though It may be, 8oom no amell beginning IndoUoce II virtue! buna, Wailing tune In ilnnlng. Onward upward, ever, Think 1 who (owa and delvea " Ood halpa those who truly Strive to help themsalvea . " TrIO. not o'er achemea Of rata and useless follri Linger not e'er dreaina That laad to melancholy. Work with calm endurance, Aocept, both good and Ul, All the alter glveth He thy hand thall fill, Walt no nan'a promotion Ant lle atore thy ehelreii Uodhelpa those who truly Strive to help themaelrea. Though nor power nor fame, Rhall thy toll repay Though no laureate name Shall embalm thy lay Dread not oarplng cenaure, Fear not enry'a aneeri Dauktleu, erer onward Toward the lenlth ateer. Keep thy talent bury, Tell all meddling elvea i " Ood helps t...

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 March 1874

VERMONT FARMER. I W II Matthows. Ijan7f . -A.3ST AQ-DRiaXJXiO?XJIA.Xi ASTD AMrLY 3STB-W3PAPBB FOB THE CRTjrrRA.X.ISTS OF THE Q-IREEKT 3VEOtT3SrXA.I3ST STATE. VOL. IV.-NO. 17. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1874. WHOLE NO. 173. PU1II.I31IF.I) WKKKl.T, .IT ST. JOIiA'SItVItY, rr., nr CUMMINGS & HOSKlNS. Trrmi.Om copy, pr ntiiim, J.30 If paid itrlotljr In Ktr.no., '4.00 Bebierlbert la Canada nut r.mlt .300 In addition, lor uEiiw BuwpoRini No wpt( slisonllnued until ll arrearages are paid'. io.pt at tb. option f the aaMiitnra. We deilre that ill ubaerloere' ihoald i.nd thelt pay m.nU dlrMtly to ut. Inttevt of waltlna for an ecent to call, or kandlni; them to a third patty .oho li apt to delay tendlnic them, raining ntineoeatary. correspond no. In looking th.m up. when lent olreotly to n, 2.U0 will pay for a year If not nor. thaa half the year hu elapied, and 11.00 will pay for two yean if not more man one oi mem aae pueea uut, if onir mpn ey enough li tent Py "P arteeraKei, or leai...

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 March 1874

THE VERMONT EA11MEK : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. T. II. IIOSK1HN, At. I. l..lltor. , - - - jjfc- - . tst- Tkt llmt It timing, ptrktpt tttmr tktn tnf f m Iklnk, wWn Iktr wilt it ikt wtrk tlkt tetrUlkaltrult In ttuncll, mnHMdt unit lmim tkt fruxl tlkilr I til. St. Johnibury, H, March 27, 1874. OUR "AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE.'' It is high time that tho farmers of this state were preparing to tako efficient action in the next legislature, upon tho question whether thejr are to bo permanently defraud ed out of tho national appropriation for an industrial college. On' the fodrth pogo of this week's Farmer we print a speech, delivered before the legis lature of 1804-5 by Henry Lane, of Corn wall, that is well worth tho reading by every one into whoie hands it nmy como. In that speech is foretold, with almost the exactness of inspiration, the condition of things that now exists, ns tho result of the.anncxatiou ofthe Agricultural College to tho Hurling ton University. Says Mr. Lane, (a...

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 March 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AO LilOULTURAJj AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St Johnibury, Vt, March 27, 1874. Slate .Yew. School meeting noxt' Tuesday,' 1)4 .there I Ilia Exccllonoy Gov. Uonvero has up pointed Friday, April 8, aa Fust day. Selectmen will lio tmsy dividing school monies to-day (Friday.) itcports from the sugar orchards all over tho atate aro aa yet unfavorable; The weather don't suit, and th sap dont run. llishop Do Gaosbrioucl has sailed from Hrcst, KraHoo; for tho United States, with three priests and Ihron seminarians, for tho Oathollo dioccsa of Vermont. Tho Maeonlo Grand Master of Vermont, J'arlc Davis, Esq., has published an edict an nulling the edict oi nou-coniinuntcatiou with the Grand liodge of Canada, whieh was the result of differences between tho latter and tho Grand Lodgo of Quebec. In the pream ble to his order ho recites the faci that tho Grand Lodgo of Canada has withdrawn from its offensive position. Tho Rutland Globe says : Incidents wor thy of noto In connectio...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 27 March 1874

THE VERMONT ITAllMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. INTERESTS OF AGRICULTURE IN ORANGE COUNTY. Head far "" John Ltide, or AVIUUmt. t4p before th. Vsirmare' Meetine of th. BattA of AirlffalltTr at )Undolph. I trust I shall Dot bo chat-god with ego tiiin if (a ,th commencement I speak of the opportunities I havo had to know the truth of the suggestions I may make, and the weight to whioh my opinions aro entitled, for I claim n positive knowledge upon the sub jeot ol agriculture but that derived from ao tual personal experiment and observation, not olaiming to teach in regard to the soien ccs as applied to that subject, apart from ex' perimental knowledge. I havo been a farm er all my 1 1 In. I wan born in.Williamstown on one of the most elevated farms in the State, near the old hohiestcad of Hon. Elijah Paine, and attending district school and la boring on tho furin until fifteen years of age, and from that time until I was twenty livo laboring on the farm in summer, and teac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 10 April 1874

VERMONT FARMER. -A.3ST -A.C3HIIOXJLTXJK.-A.Ij -A.3STJ3 IPJlLXT 3SJ Jbl W'SPAPBR POE THE HXJS,A-XiISTS 0:F THE OXJ.nStT-A-IJST STATE. 1 TOL. IY.--NO. 10. ST. JOHNSPyBY, FRIDAY, APRIL 10. 1874. WHOLE NO. 175. l-tjm.ISIlF.U WKK.IU.Y, .IT STl JOII.YNUVUV, fT.t BY CUMMINGS & H0SK1NS. Term.. One copy, ptr annum,. If paid strictly In advanc. 'i.OB Subscribers In Canada matt remit Mo In addition, for United BUM poitaga. No paper dluntlnul nntll all arrearage) an paid, axe.pt at Ui. option of the publishers. W. d.str. that all snbterlnen ihoald tend their par menu dlrtotly to ni, lnotead of waiting for an aj.nl to call, or handing them to a third party who li apt to d.lay sanding them, canning nnnecssary oorwpond .oo in looking them up. When lent dlnotlr to ui, 2.00 will pay Tor a year If not nor. than half th. year hai elapied, and $1.00 will pay for two-yean If not mora than on or th.m has passed. But, If only mon ey enough l ent to pay np arrearagei, or lew, It mmt he at tbe rat. of $...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 10 April 1874

THE VERMONT tfARMEK : AN AG-KIO ITLT U RAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. T. II. IIOSKINS. M. B. I'.illtar. TA Mint Nmr, ptrkapt tttntr than Any i ((, ! lit tetrt ot wtrld ikull rult in n until, mi iMtt unit tkemtttrtt lit fruit tftHttr tell. St. Johnibnry. Vt,, April 10, 1874. ABOUT APPLES. Ono ol the chief reasons why farmers fall such easy victims to the wiles of gassy tree pedlars is because, thero is so little informa tion current in tclerence to the comparative value of different vnriotics of fruit. Know ing little or nothing ou this subject, tho pur chaser is at the mercy of the seller In tho selection of varieties. Or if he undertakes to choose for himself, he chooses at random, and four times out ol five gets sorts unfit for his locality. Among the advantages of buying from homo nurseries (and by home nurseries we mean those whern trees am actually yrown, not merely received from abroad and dis tributed) is that you will find in thorn fow varieties unsuited to the climate ol tho nei...

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