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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 10 April 1874

THE VERMONT FARM EE : AN AG UCULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Bt. Johwbnry, Vi, April 10, 1874. Patron of lltubantlrt. By-Laws of the Rational Orange, P. of H. Ainenileri lit the flevtnth Annual Seeeloii. 1ST. AUTICLE I. The fourth day of December, the birthday of the Patrons of Husbandry, shall be celehrated u tha anni versary of tha Ordar. AKTIOLE II. Not lam than tha representation of twenty states, present at any meeting of tha National Grange ihall constitute a quorum for the transaction of baslnesi. ARTICLE III. At tha annual meeting of vaoh State Urange It way elect a proxy to represent tha State Oranira In tha Na tional Orange In ease of tha inability of tha Maiter ta attend, and inch proztai thall In all aaiei be Fast-Mat-ten of their State Orange. ARTICLE jIV. Question! of administration and Jurisprudence aris ing In and between Stat Orange., and appeab) from the action and decision thereof, ihall be referred to the Master and Kxeoutive Committee o( the National Orange, whos...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 10 April 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. iterator,?.- r IN TUB SWING. Baby and I , Art going to swing i Boys, tome and push uil That's Just lha thing Now we go up f No wo eome down! Up In tho apple tree Down to tho ground. Door little head Met on my breast, Trusting and safe Aiablrd In Its nest. No matter how swiftly i Itow low or how high, We're pleasantly swinging, Baby and It Up In tho applo tree, In tho snng nest, Light wlndi are swinging Tho toblna to rest. Four baby-robins An swung to and fro Backward and forward Now high, and now lew, Tho mother broodi o'er them, And close to her breait They are pleauntly swinging, Mecure in their nestt Ah, well! my baby Will soon leave my brent, And all tho young roblni Wilt fly from tho nestt Hut never more happy Or rate can they bo Than swinging to-day "In tho old apple tree I" Uod earei for Uia robins Wherererthey Uy, And we, too, will trmt him Baby and 1 1 WATl'll-WOIlDS OK MKK. Hope, While there'! a hand tostrlke : Dare...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 17 April 1874

FARMER. VV 11 Mutthe" IW& A.2ST AQBIOULTtTRAL -AJNTiD AJXXTZ" NBWSPAPEB FOB TKCB K.XJK,A.XiXST0 0!P TUB GKREHlKr UOtJ3NrT-A.I3Sr STATE. VOL. iv.-no: 20. ST. JOHNSBURY, FX1IDAY, Al'llIL 17, 1874. WHOLE NO. 176. AT A XT T V I 7 1 1 1 l'lmi.l8IIF.I) WKEKI.Y. .'IT ST. .roit.xsitunw VT., nv CUMMINGS & HOSKINS. ''rni On oopjr, per annum 'li?!? If paid strictly In advaon tjuhscrlbeni In Canada mull remit 30c In addition, for United States pottage. No paper dlaoonUniwd until all arrearage! are riaM, except at me option 01 uiiuunsimi. , w- f4Htr lhB( n tiWrllir. should sen na their par menu directly to ut, Instead f waiting for an agent el I, or handing them to a third party who Is apt to y to u. Instead or waning mr an an.ni to delay tending them, rausinit unnecessary coyee epond- Mia In limklni Ihnl nil. II lie II nm uiin.lv ' to 12.00 will pay lor a year If not nore than half the rear hat elapsed, and $4.00 will pay for two yeara If not . more man one 01 mum ni vwwv "i V"V. . Dot....

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 17 April 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. v. 11. nosings, m. n., i:iiitor. Tkf Hmi It nmlnf, ftkafi teemr lie My ls, ttktn Hit tnhiii Hi mrk tftU uerMiiafl raft In council, ni dtrHr unit Iklmillvil Hi fruit elttir till. St. Johnsbury, Vt., April 17, 1874. CONGRESS AND THE TRANSPOrV TATION QUESTION. Unquestionably the poottloti taken by Sir. Willartl, in his recent speech upon tbe rcgu latton ot tntcr-atute commerce, ia a very atroog oue. It in, substantially, that rail' road tariff cannot lie cither legally or satis factorily regulated by (ho Federal Govern rncnt, and that tho individual states alone possess the power to settlo what shall be rea sonable rates, and ulone ure capable of regu lating tli H lustier so as to accomplish what the publio so emphatically demands. While takjng this view, antagonists to that urged by the western niembers who are supposed to represent the demands of the Farmers' Movement, Mr Wlllard disavows most emphatically any sympathy with mo...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 17 April 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St Johnibury, Vt., Apiil 17, 1874. We desire to make tho I'aiimku mora and more valuable for its news from all parts ol tho state, auJ to this cml wo earnestly re quest nil its reader to nctid us promptly such items of general interest a transpire near their several abodes. Whenever anything happens let your first varo bo to See it it does not compriso a good "item," and if so, nail it to us at once, never forgetting to at tacti your name as a guaranty that it Is correct. Although tho Farmku is desigued for a general circulation, wo doubt not our friends in other parts of tho etato will pardon us for giving a little prominence to St. Johns bury matters, under the head of .Voire tboitt Toicn. Ground was broken for Udd Fellows Hall on Tuesday. Oeorgo Shorey has sold to Horace Wake field a lot on Railroad street for 8100U. Win. Randall has sold his house and lot on Portland street to Royal Ayer for $2500. Mr. S. A. lioss forms a...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 17 April 1874

THE VERMONT EAKM1SR : AJST AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. THUtT, HIM HOT. If a'man should con beside thee With smooth and specious air, Andeondone tbr tlttl trill With voice til smooth anil Mr And with honied accents ihow thee Thing thou kneweit nrs below thee, Though ho weareth lalntty garment, Trurt him not. If a nun with gull o( flattery Would Initll Into thy heart Thought of lelf and selBsh action, To obscure the nobler fart, Lot thy Judgment whisper to thee, He but teeketh to undo thee, Though hl praises b m nectar, Truit him not. If a man with hollow canting Vtunteth much hit own endeavor How h weeps because tho world If Full M wicked now as ever Hjr hla own Kiul 'III ho JuJgeth, And hl narrow mind begrudgeth Heaven's mercies to tho many. Trust him not. U the tempter telli thee pleasant It the path that you may tread That the life we lire ll prevent, Willi no future tu ahead TI, alea I the lame old story f Told to Ere In Eden'i glory, Vet It brought a crone all gory. Truit...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 24 April 1874

VERMONT: FARMER. AQBICUM V' U-llxT IaIiSTTD IF-A-IXITST NEWSPAPEB. FOIB, THE RXJRALIST8 OF TUB 0-S,BEISr 3Sd:OTJ3SrTA.I3Sr STATE. VOL. IV.-NO. 21. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1874. WHOLE NO. 177. I'llM.tSUKll tVKKKI.Y, ST. JfOir.YSHUllV, I1Y ItOYAL CUMMINCtS. Term.. One oopjf, per aanura tVJ.30 IfBlldtlrtotlj In adraao ...... -08 Sabeorlbort In Canada mult remit 200 In addition, for United Bute. postage. No paper discontinued until all arrearages ar paid, aieopi at me option or, the pnoiunen. Wo deitra that all tabsorlbort should rend their par menu directly to ui, Inttead or waiting for an agent oall, or handlnr them to a third party who la apt U r an ageni 10 rho la apt eorrespoi really to i lairthora reari If t delat'Mndlnc them, causing unnecessary correepond- tneu m, 1 h.m a ri once in looainr mem up. When lent dlrectlr to ' ear Knot nor. than half the rear bat elapsed, and $1.00 will par Ibr two vi.uu win par lor a i Sean ir not only mon more than on. or then hu passed. B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 24 April 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGKRIO U LT UK AL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. . gs - St. JohnibniT. v Aprlflg4, 1874. CHANGE. Since our Inst weolc's Isauo a chango has taken placo iu the proprietorship or tho Parmer. Dr. Hopkins has sold his Interest in it to tho remaining partner who will con tiiuo its publication in about tho satno man Her us heretofore. All bills duo to tho lato firm are to bo paid to the present proprietor, who will also seo to the adjustment of all domands against It. All tho agents ami correspond ento of the Karmik will please continue thoir favors as thoy have been doing, but wo should like to see them greatly increased. THE NEWS. Though wo aim to print a paper which shall be chiefly vulu'ed for its agricultural reading and its advocacy of tho beot iuteresta ,.f it,. ,iPnltl M.ss. wo desiro also to give a complete rasuino of tho general in telliecnco of the week. We havo of late given morn than double the iimouut of cur rent news which we formerly did, and moro than is to b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 24 April 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Bt. Johnitmry, Vt, April 14, 1874. j'otc .bout Toirn. Mr. Lyford has left the hotel at tho Oen tcr, and gono on to n farm. Tlie bankrupt nalo of tho Harrington prop erty iodic off next Tuesday. The Odd Fellows give a fooial leveo at their hall on Tuesday evening. 0. S. lladley was released from jail lant Thursday by pardon of Gov. Converse. Joel Fletcher has gold to Qeorge Hradley hia renidcDce, corner of Church and Summer streets, for 87,600. Rev. .1 . E. Wright, of Montpelicr, preaohed at tho Church oi tho Messiah last Sunday nfternoou and evening. Bishop l'cok, of California, preached at tho Methodist Cburoh last Sunday morning, and at tho North Church in tho evening. Mrs. W. J. Connel, a daughter of Mrs. A. U. Chadvrick, arrived last Thursday from Omaha, to stop with her mother through the summer. Harmony Lodge No. 17, 1. 0. of 0. T. hat liberated itsolf from debt, and has money in the treasury. Pretty good for these time...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 24 April 1874

TH W VEKMONT JAKMJBli i AH . AtHUOULTUllAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 5 A HHiLK AND A KM AT TUr'dooR. r taiituAK d. nicrunoaos. No mansion U mist, with eoatl-design, Rising tap with grand pllarl anl Umertr But a oot by the way, nnpalnted and gray, Mid the vlne-eovered hedges and bowers. Yet I pass by tbe gat of the wealthy and mat, With never a elgh for their etore, For I know 1 ehall find at the cottage of mine, A smile and a kin at the door. Th' weary mjr feet rrom the toll and the heat, Ai 1 labor on day after' day, Vet this limy aeng, when the ehadowi grew long, And the erenlng tfnte melt Into grey i " What care t for toll.or tie weary turmoil That the future may hare me in itore, With my heaven on earth, with Ita lore guarded hearth, And a imlle hd a (n at the door t No king on a throne has the worth that t own, Or pleaaurea' that I can commend i For the gold laden erown makei the brow wear a frown, And wealth itrlket paliled the hand. Then away with a Ufa of contention and itrlfo, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 1 May 1874

VERMONTrfFARMEfe dJIlL 4 W 11 Iltljfirr-y - -A.3ST a-iaTTXiTXjRAJL asrx if.ajii'x- kb-wspapbb fob the K.TjaaA.Xjisxs or tub crbeist 3wcorr3sra?A.nsr state. VOL. IV.--NO. 22. ST. JOHNSBUBY, FRIDAY, MAY 1. 1874. WHOLE NO. 178. PUUUSIIGI) WEF.KLT, t st. joiijvsttvnw vt nr ROYAIi OUMMINGS. Terms. Oae ejopy, per annum ...J.30 Ifpaldttrtotly In advance '-'OB tabt.rtb.ri In Canada mutt r.mlt 20o la, addition, for United States postage. No paper dlscontlnned until nil arrearage! are paid, iMpt at th option of th. publishers. We desire that til subscribers should .and their pay kenta directly to ui, instead ot waiting for no agent to nil, or Undine them to a third party who l pt ta delay aendlng them, causing unneceetary correspond un In looklnr them up. TVhen sent directly to n, 13.00 will pay tor year if not nor. Un hair the rear Lai (lipoid, ud 14.00 will pur for two lull If not on than eae ot them hu pund. not. If only mon r enough li i.nt to pay np arrearages, or lew, it mist be at the ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 1 May 1874

THE VEJRMOKT JFARMER : AN AflRinrrTITRAT, A7m PAM1T.Y TTT.WMPATT7. , r t ai I ' ' ' - ' ' ' - ... St. Johmbury, Vt, y 1, 1874. THE OURRENOY. When Grant was elected president the first tlma the outstanding legal tender notes amounted to $850,000,000. In his inaueu ral he declared that '"to protoct the national honor every dollar of the government in debtedness should be paid in gold,' and that a return to a specie basis must be 'provided for. The course of the president has ever since been in strict accordance with the prin ciples then enunciated by him, and his vato f tho inflation bill laBt week shows to the world that his doctrine in regard to the cur' rency remain? the sumo. The platform of tho republican party which ro-elected Gen eral Grant in 1872 had tho'prinoiplo of a speedy return to spSele payment as one of its most prominent planks, and in his inau gural on the 4th of March, 1872, the prcsi dent declared that his efforts in the futnro would be dircoted "to the restoration...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 1 May 1874

TJiE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGARIC (JLTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johmbury, Vt, May 1, 1874. .Vole tbout Totcn. 0. P. Rumsriy'a ltlrrBg In now Wait, field, Vt. 0. J. Bowk cr has sold 65 acres or land In District No. 12 to Harvey Lyford for 1800. Lewii 11. Ileald, with his family, wont to Lawrcnoc, Mass., Tuesday, to make that their home. Peter Laundry has cold his farm of 100 ocres netr Jonathan Lawrence's to Joseph Ives for $2000. Teachers' examination to-morrow (Satur day) at the High School building, commenc ing at OA. M. Mr. Hale is rc-painting tho Avenue House, using the Averill chemical paint. Color, light drab ; trimmings darker. Por our excellent report ol the Vermont Conference, a part of which was printed last week, wa are indebted to llev. A. L. Cooper. Her. Lyman Clark. Unitarian, of Lan caster, N. II., preached at tho Church of the Messiah last Sunday on an oxchange with Mr. Tillotfon. llev. Imso Hyatt preached his farewell eeruion last Sunday from the text, Be not over...

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 May 1874

THE VERMONT FAJEtftljEff, ? AN AGXHOULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER, 'xkxixtntt. ror tiit VuiitoxT f kW, FANNIE' DEATH. O Lord, b nre; U.tbj No; for our Uok 0 fIU) opbrald it Utpt'i thr. Toltiiliictti,' , Bay "It III 1 be not afraid." Help hi to yield cuf.trmur up, And meekly bew beneath Ihr will 1 II tip ni to drain th bitter imp', Andh.r lhnFbtipir,,T.o'i b lUll." Iltr UT ni Ilk a pUuant t Bonrbr tki holy nrl oholf.r Father, w tb'ani the that M long To oi cor darling thou dldit ipar. Dr Savior, thou alone canit know Th anguish of . breaking heart, And how eU eeul wi rent w(lh wo Whin called by the with bar to part. Help o en Uim our grUf to itay Oar lad and fainting; heart! upheld. Try na, 0 Lord, in thin own way, And mak oi all as1 par at gold. Whtn called to W llfe'l burden down, May we our own iweot.lored on ttt, Together with her wear a orown, And worship at oar Savlor'i feet. T1IK LAST I.KTTKIL . Thli hand, t-nlght, will larely pen The ratal word that rend! The chord! to therlih...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 8 May 1874

FARM E R; W H Matthews -AJN A.G-BTnTTT,TTT-p. A T. Jlf3D ATAJSaTXTST WEWSPAPBB FOB 'SjB aRTTjR-ljISTS OF THE 3-K,BBISr MCQUSTX-A-IOSr STATE. VOL. IV.--NO. 23. ST. JOHNSBtTBY, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1874. WHOLE NO. 170. VE I I .VP m m m i mi JL V -i-TJL W X 1 , JL r runt.tsiiBD WKEKI.T. ST. jroKJVsmvRY, rr BOYAL OUMMINaS. RENOVATING For lb ViMAKt fan. WORN-OUT LAND. Terns .0i If paid strictly eepy, per ainum,. in utuh,. In the first plaoe, if you have not mamiro to uset get some . commercial fertilizer to start tho crop, though I have but very little filthy In any ol the couoentrated patont or commercial manures ao rifa at the present 2..ftSL!ti They may be good to give an early ir uuu w win pj ;r-''" i iiarc id me spring wnora me sou ib .avunv ..'.1.30 ....M.oe ebecribers la OuU milt remit aJ In addition, for Unit! States postage. No paper discontinued until ell arrearages art paid, xe.pl at, ui optica 01 we puuivu.r. all, or handing th.m to a third party " apw w aeiajr senaing ui.m, o""".,...

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 May 1874

't St. Johnibury, Vt,, May 851874. ar- MANUFACTURES v. IMPOR TATIONS. ft- farmer has corn itmch ho .laiungu lur umer necessaries 01 llllt roust needs jyiE VERMONT FARMER; jN AGMqUffirgjEtAJj AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. The prosperity of every community is di rcctly In proportion to tho amount of its want which arc Supplied at' homo, or td tha relation which exports bear -Jo, imports. t The West, which chiefly foljows agriculturo, anil pays freight on its production!) to tho East bcloro it finds a market, paying freight again on many of tho necessaries of life which it comts to the Kast to buy, finds itself placed almost entirely and helplessly in the hands of thoso who do its carrying. This immense amount of freighting requires a vast army of men in its performance who must bo feu and clothed, while the capitalists who own and control tho lines of transportation require and receive not only a duo return for capital invested, but a proGt commensurate with tho amount .of skill and Judgment ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 8 May 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. JohMrJVVt, jUjgf rt.pl, who una antral Kr publlca.lonMtfiiV Ifttt thera i t hete.KtatrietY W MU will M tW' Orrln I.uoas.of fttrlco, will find his diarjr for 1870, At Iho PAnMJtn oflico'. We aro glad to notice that A. K. Hnnkin, Ksn.. has returned (rom Washington im , . t Wne!ro to make trio L'AUMiTn mure and I t-',.-.. ....I,, .1.1 Vm ,1a tiAui. tVmu.SII havlaj4t t"'1 " --, r.--:y' Un nlnt, and lo I liia end w earnestly re bmvl nil its readers to Mnduj promptly such Iioiik rr ffiicrn'. iiitiircst an transpire near ii.lt. ..."in .ll-M ... .ii.iLJ happens lot your first caro bo to see i I it does not compriio a good'-'itetn," ami' If so, mail it to us at oijce, never forgetting (o, at lucli your namy as, a guaranty' that (t 'fa correct, i , i Stale A'rtc. "FHXttlO.H county. r TIeTiryTIuiISTiriradrK ptfre.ffliJitwr periBOHttho time. Wllmoth tU and was A correspondent at Kakt Herkshlro-iajs nel Streoter at Caslleton on 8aturd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 8 May 1874

THJfr VERMONT FARMER : AN AG-RIG0I.TUKAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAfeEB. 'ttttlxtXtxL 1 . ,- tot the Verkph rm TUBS CHKtT'Arr jikAT'tft A change earn 'r that cherished out. , . AbU.tsV6x.j.rrrlia.ftW f'MeM And when lire's work wit well begun ' She hit befur. th. (uthlecs ifornt. . ConsamptWn's dread and pow'rful bind Had seised her (n It wltli'rlng fraP, Death's mecscnrer. now watting standi, , . To hold her In Its fataf clasp. ' The mm attracts art ingol'i .y.,. And,twa he oomes on filter wing i Ha ohanta an authein from on high. Whose echo., through her spirit rlnc. II warn Ma shining ptnloni there, And eoftty fane th.Yerer'd face I At com a beauty, radiant, rare, ' Deama on that brow Id loveliest grace. ' Though racked with pain, her s'plAl caltni' The Chrlatlan shlnee with pureit Ibibi Whfe1Iope nnfoVli o'er nSrlihJ,- Ttie blissful rlew dlipeli her fears, The weary spirit says "I oome. "I aoon ihall lay to all, farewell, And rln to tread a Jewelled ehore i In Jesus' preaenoe erer dwell, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 15 May 1874

PARMER Viv'tflltA . I IL. A" t&t'L- .AJNT A.O-3aiaTJXiTXJDEl.-AXi ufVISTID F-A-IXi-S- 3STBWSPAPBE IFOH 'THItEJ OXTItA.XilSTS OF TECB 0-3efcE3B3ST nVEOXJJST'TilSr STATE V II Matthews ljau75 ' VOL. IV.-NO. 24, ST. JOHNSBTOY, FRIDAY, MAY 15. 1874. WHOLE NO. 180. VERMONT rUnLISIIKI) WKKKI.Y, T ST. JfOIIJS'SUVHY, VT., nv ROYAL OUMMIffOB. Term.. On. opy, p.r wno 9'J.SO If peldslriotly In adtane,.... " Subscribers la Canada must remit goo In addition, for United States postage. Ho taper dlioonttnnod until all arrearages ar paid, teapt at th. optl.n of th. publishers. Wa d.ilra that all subscribers should nd their pay tneut directly to ut. Instead or waiting for an agent to call, of handing thtm to' a third patty who la apt to delay tending them, causing unnecessary eorreepond ma la looking them up. When tent dlreellr to nt, $3.00 will par Tor a rear If not nor. than half fbo Tear baa elapsed, and S4.00 will pay for twa yeart If not mora than one or them baa puted. But, If only mon ey 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. — 15 May 1874

tu. SI "HK asr St. Johnsbuxy, Vt, May 11 BUTTER FACTORIES. The success ot choeso-makiiig on the co operative jiTau noono lii VermbnliueBtlbTST but butter factorial, though tliey have been tI4nl All jm n 1 in successful opcilonHanhatsto-ol(rTrirflkIldgi)Vil; but bend thedr-oiierjrlerto lorr, have nov jOver beon jtntroducedj hcroj reason why butter can uot be We can seo no inanuiacturea in tins way as proutabiy as ctieeso,, and the' nvertgd Quality much im proved by bringing superior skill into the manufacture which would bo boyond the means of the coininot farmer to secure, licsides Ibis, it will bring reliof to that class who have received tho least bcneGt from tho introduction of the Improvod ma chinery ol the last few years; Surely many a weary housewife will bail the advent of tho creamery lo her neighborhood. Wo are glad to observe that ono of theso institutions is to be operated in Clarendon the present season. Mr. M. ti. Marshall, of that place, is erecting u building," and ha...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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