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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 15 May 1874

TJIE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St, Johnibnry, Vt., May 18, 1874. .Vote .tbotil Totcn. Tho thermometer reached 84 In tha hado Wednesday. Painting and repairing is llio order or tho day in St. Johnsbury. Samuel Jowntt has louglit a building lot on Main Street, or Iloroco Paddock, School meeting noxt Monday oy'oning at 7 o'clock, for tho purposo of raising nionoy. Dr. Dullard and wifo have gono to. Ho." ton and New York for a month's rccrdntloo. Moses Iluntloy is a good shot. The other day he killed seven crows at one discharge of his gun. Last Saturday It was M dark that many people had to light up in the middle of tho day, to do their usual work. Ira Hagley has. put in a nice brick walk for Mr'lJ. D. Milli-r, making quite an lmi provetucnt to Mr. Miller's plaoo. We regret to hear of the indisposition of Thaddous Fairbanks, Kq.. from n sore leg which seems likely In ho a difficult eae. M. 0. Hooker is about moving to Wash jngton, D. 0., to live. A large ci...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 15 May 1874

THE VERMONT JFARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. W'thmhm. ONE MOTHER'S CI1ILB. T mlXCtt U (IIXtR. At noma of awayj In lha'alley oViWe., ' ' Wherever t chance In thlt wide world to meet A girl thst li thoughtless, or a boy thlt t wild, My heart eehoea Kiftljr, '"Til some Mother's child .' And when 1 tee thon o'er whom long yefi httolUd, WhoM heart hare grown hardened, whose iplriu are oold. Bo It.woman nil Mien, or man. aI defiled, A Tofoo whlspera tadly, "Ah I tome mother'! child.1' No mitltr how far from tho right iho hath itrayad No milter whit Inroads dishonor hith WaJa i No mitUr whit element cankered tba'pcarl Though tarnltlied ind rallied, the li not methir'i girl, No matter how way wird hit footsteps hart been No milter how deep ha li tonkin In tin i No milter how low In hit standard of y Though guilty in J loitbtomo, ho iisoiua cither's, boy. That head hith been pillowed on tend trest brtitt i Tbit form hith been wept o'er, thoae llpt hire bean prened i Thit tout ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 22 May 1874

A I i T rp 17 A O 1T7I3 U.W J JL M t fh AO-BIOULTUBAL A-taSTO IFAMIITST NEWSPAPER Fo3 i23 K.tTIl.A.Xiis'lJs OF TUB GKREElXr OtJlSrTIia- STATE. 1 1 : : ' 1 I, -A.3ST VOL. IV.-KO. 25. ST. JOHNSBURY, BDAY, MY 22, Iff 74 Whole no. isi. fUHI.ISIIKU WRKKI.T, ,it .m .roirjvsnVKi; nr ROYAL OtJMMINaS. VT., KEEP UP For 111 VtAMOKT FARMKR. THE FENCES. 1rm.0ne eopjr, per annum,. '32 IfpeMitrictly In advance .'"V;'!:on Subscribers In Canada mart remit 200 In KlillUon, far United SUlM pottage. Htper discontinued until nil arrearages are paid, leapt at toe option of the publUliert. Wa deilre that alt lubacrlbera ehoutd tend their pay menu directly to at, Instead of waiting for aa ami to call, or liandlnic thein to a thlnl party who ip apt to delay tending Uiera.ceailoitunnecMwary eorreipond- ence in lovainc uieui up. hi'"" ' tijm will pay for a year If not norj man nair baa elapsed, and tt.00 will pay for two yeare If not broVcD there, or it board loose jfonder, wait- mora than one or inem naa pai...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 22 May 1874

WHY FARMING DON'T PAY. Tho principal reason why so many who havo tried tarmliig mo ready to nay that "fsrininK d"onTt pay tTthat 'Tt "iW. Tho matter l(afc beti pgurl out Ijy ood calctl. latora, and It has been shown that farming will pay, and "figures won't He ;" but then. it has been demonstrated with equal math' ematical accuracy, that It does not pay vide our last census report. Comparo tho average per citof. of profit that tho farmers of tho country get for thu capital invested and labor performed with tho returns for in vestments In manufacturing and professional occupations, and it will bo fbuhii that most branches of industry aro moro profitable than agriculture. Now why is this? All admit that tho occupation of tho tiller of tho soil is tho foumi&tioti upon which ull others rcstC AVhy, then, is it not the most remunerative? It is becauso it is not prosecuted as other oocu pations aro as a life business in which suo cess and profit ure what is sought after. There are too ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 22 May 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER i AN A.ttRIC BAIL AKD FAMILY NEWSPAPER. taw mV St. Johnibury, Vt, May fc8, 1874. Vole .lb out Totrn. A. 0. Abbott in about ro-openitig his mil llncry storo in Allen's Mock. Luko Himoll has bought a houso and lot at Paddock's village, for $1000, llola S, Hastings is moving his houso north about ton feet so as not to bo quito so neighborly. Franklin Fairbanks has just purchased a fljun of matched horses of L, S. Nyo, of Coventry, for 8500. Tho bodios which bad been deposited in tho tomb at tho cemetery through tho win tcr wcro intorrcd on Tuesday and Wednes day. A. J. Willard has bought a house and lot on Maple Street, of Edward llenaitlt and Lowls Gingrass, fwhat pretty names for 82700. K. L. Hovey has sold a building lot at Summcrvillt! to Charles hull, who now has a good half-aero lot and is going to build a house. Tho New York Hippocomiquu troupe with cornet band and orchestra perforin under u pavillion to-morrow (Friday) afternoon and evening. The names of Ilnr...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 22 May 1874

THE VERMONT EtAR'MJMl : AN lOULTUHAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. $ttcntfitrc. Tot th, VSJllMOIIf Paama. HAD THOUGHTS. ' T Oh, will on friend In pity kneel " Betide ray dying bed, And try to tooth my dylnj hours, ' With wordi th Savior said I Oh, will one friend In sorrow Krleve, On tear In anietsh flow, When thli Trail form 11 oold In death, , Ami In the crave Uld low ! When I have puieed from earth away, When ln.th sraya I sleep, Oh, will no friend, at set of inn, Come to my grave and weepl When t hare bid thlt world adieu .1 And am et free from care, I thall ae qulokly be forgot, At faded flowers are. auiLTY oit not avivrv. She stood at the bar of Justice, A creature wan and wild, In form-too tmall for a woman, In feature too old for a child. Vbr a look so worn and pathetic Was stamped on her pale, young face, II teemed long yean of suffering Matt hare Urt that tllent trace. " Your name," raid the Judge, a he eyed her With kindly look, yet kcon, ft I" " Jfary llcUnlre, If you pirate, si...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 29 May 1874

VERMONT FARMER. -A.C3-DR,iaXJLTXJRJft.Xi -A.3STI5 IF-A-IlVEIirSrr KTEWSPAPHB FOB THE K.TJK.-A.XilSXS OIF TUB GKEUSIBN 05w!EOXJ3SrTA.IUT STATE. VOL. IV.--NO. 26. ST. JOHNSBUTtY, FRIDAY, MAY 20. 1874. WHOLE NO. 182. PUHMSIIKII WKEKI.Y, ,it .v 5T. .rotr.Ystuitv, 11Y ROYAL OUMMINaa. IT., TernmOns copy, per nnum 8.1.30 If paid itriottr In aitrance .00 Subscribers in Canada mutt remit 20o In addition, for United States pottage. No papsr discontinued until all arrearage! are paid, vxc.pt at uie opuon 01 me puoiisiien. We deilre that all tubscrlbert should tend their pay- call, or handing thou to a third party who Is apt to delay tending them, eautlng unnecessary correspond- menu directly to us. Instead or waning for an agent to them, causing unnecessary corresp sr them n. When sent ulrectlr v S2.U0 will nav for a year If not noro than half the yi to i lias elapsed, and $4.00 will pay for two years If not lnore than one of them has passed i tnen nt to rti Hut. If only ay up arrearages, or l...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 29 May 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. itmmt Iff mt St. Johnibury, Vt, May SO, 1874. WHY FARMING DON'T TaY. N02. When wc sco a young man who is just starting out Tor himself buying splendid horses and carriages, spending his timo in riding about tho country, lounging in tho vlllago store, or what generally proves mora ruinous to fortunes than idleness go ing about tho country with somo agency or patent right, whilo tho management of his farm is entrusted to hired help, wo expect to sco his fields ornamented with stones, briars and wocds, mowing machines and other uten sils standing out of doors all winter, fence poor, tho nclghbots' and his own cattlo eat ing his corn, trampling his oats, and digging his potatoes, his cattlo or onco in a whllo ono of hia fino horses breaking their legs by stepping through rotten floors, and mattors and things about tho farm generally running from bad to worso until a mortgage on his farm is foreclosed and ho goes to tho city to wo...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 29 May 1874

frrrTii TrnvTjTvrrrM'Ti ro a t?att?.t? . am a nT? TfiTTT .T'Ttt? a t. a xm -re atvTtt.v -vnmTr or) a tjt? r? Bt, Johnsbury, Vt, May 20, 1874. Vole Mont Totcn, Hastings' !co curt will comracnoo running Monday. Judgo Dana la building an addition to his liousa on Main street, for a library. Whllo Kev. Mr. Puffer wa stopping at tho house of David Onkcs in Johnson tho other night a tliiof stolo his harnesa and whip worth $40. Mr. Jntncs Shanks has left tho position of road master on tho S. K. C. ltailroad to as sumo tho duties of tho samo officio on tho N. L. ii N. ltailroad. Mr. Shanks was former ly road master on tho l'assampsio road, Work has been commenced on tho new sidowalk on Eastern Avenue. . Tho clayey naturo of tho ground in front of tho church and from thero up past tho lianiftdAhop renders it unadvisablc, in tho opinion of the trustees, to lay brick thero, so that part will bo laid of iMnch plank. Mr. Halo has just repainted and re paired tbo Avcnuo llouso, which makes a mark...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 29 May 1874

f THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. iterator. tat Vxkxoxt FiKma. MT MOTIIRIt. IT HI, BILtS C. SMITH TM mor. tbn twenty years ago, in antatnn cold tail gray, My gentle mother closed her ey.t and panted from Mrth imr. . We ad not teen the angel leth, although for many a week lie horeroJ o'er her watted Ibrm, and touched her paling cheek i Out on that morning early, ere the stars had paled. wjr, AmU the tean that vainly eought the dreaded hand to stay, lie bore her happy spirit hone acron the iwelllng tide, And half the light went out from home the hour my mother died My youthful day hare long tlnee flown to the return leaf ihore, Yet ol In thought 1 lite again that happy leaaon o'arj And all my tatntod mother'i charms arc (reih In mem ory now, Iter cheerful smile, the llnet of care that marked her thoughtful brow, Her roild gray eyet, the nut-hrown hair that richly crowned her head And, after all hor llfty yean had tcaro. a silver thread. Her well romemberod fo...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 5 June 1874

FARMER. AJST A.a-DaiOXJXiTXJ3RA.Xi AJSr3D FAMILY KE-WSPAPBR FOB. THE 3R,XJJRAXiTST3 of the green- asEoxjasra?-A.iisr STATE. VOL. IY.--NO. 27. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1874. WHOLE NO.SB. VERMONT fUnUSIIEl) WKEKI.T. HT ST. jrOJIA'SBVJIV, IT., nr ROYAL OUMMINOB. Terra. Ont copy, per nnnm, 82.S0 If paid strictly In mlrnne i.uo Buberribora In Canada, mast remit 200 In addition, for United SIaUi pu.tco. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, xeept at tho option of Uio publishers. W. deslro that all subscribers iliouUl tond their par men U directly to us. Instead of waiting fur an agent to call, or handing them to a third party who ll apt to delay tending them, causing unnecessary correspond ence In looking thorn up. when lent directly to us, 2M will pay lor a year If not nore than hair the rear has elapsed, and tl.tlO will pay for two years If not more than one of thorn has passed. But, If only mon ey enough Is sent to pay up arrearages, or less, ft most he at the rate...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 5 June 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johntbury. Vt, Juno C, 1874. WHY FARMING PAYS. Having stated a few of (ho many reasons why farming, with somo, Is unprofitable, (a largo volumo would bo required to namo over all the reasons,) let us tako a look at llio other slJoof tho pleturo, for all lifc-pio-tures aro salted havo two sides. Hardly a man can bo found engaged in other occupa tions but will say that "farming is tho most healthful and enjoyable of occupations," but ho always has some special reason to offer why he is not a farmer. Tho fact is, in nino cases out of ten, they do not bcliovo it. They havo an idea that farm work embraces nn amount of drudgery and discomfort that takes away all enjoyment. This is not tho caso. Tho farmer is, in reality, tho most independent of men. Ho produces his own food, and often a sharo of his clothing, no looks at tho racchanio who earns two or throo dollars a day and thinks that is much better than ho cau do, but how m...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 5 June 1874

THE VERMONT EABMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Bt. Johntlmry, yt, Juno 5, 1874. JYotCt about Totnt. A county confcrcDco of C6naregation&l churches meets at Hal St. Johnsbury Tues day and Wcdncwlay. Messrs. II. P. Shoroy &1Co. losU 8NiO lioraa on Sunday by death from soma unknown tausc. Tha council for recognition of the First Itaptist Church .trill bo held at their hall on Wednesday. Thoro wa? frost in somo places on Tues; day morning but we 'do not ' hear of mucli dainago done At an adjourned villngo meeting last Thursday ovcnlng a tax of JJiiJ per cent, was voted for current expenses. Justus Durnham has fraught into tho fur" niture business with Geo. II. Tisdalo. Tho two will mako a strong team and will do a good business. Mrs. Capron, missionary front India, ill address tho ladies n( tho North Church next Tuesday morning at 10 o'ciook ; subject, tho missionary work. There was, quite a coltcetion at tho Attic nreuin Tuesday evening to witness tho blos soming of...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 5 June 1874

THE .VERMONT ..FARMER ; AH AGRICULTURAL AND EAMILY NEWSPAPER. UKSKIITKD. They itood together, hand In band, lis cold, she reaming for a word To prop her waning faith the while He called her May-It once wai lllrd And told her how the lima had com To break the pU a sumrnor wove, And bury hen a Ibollih dream, An Idyl or a leaf grove. Ha looted her lingers, one by one, And Ireod hlmielf, ai If lie felt The silent, tear-stained, np-turnod face, And peat gray eyes that teemed to melt Into a coinage of appeal, Was but a portion of a "tc.no," And to her husky "Whither newt" Replied, go to Avontlne." "May I not got" from uhen llpi Which erst were dewy, luioloai, red, Brought down dospalr la black eollpae "I go to Arontino to wed A lady Is a manor gray, Who brlnga m honor and a name And Ioto aa pure at moonbeam'! ray, And never knew on thought of shame." She ipok no word, ihe made ni algn, Bha did not try to itay with hand! That which affection could not bind Her heart itood still, aa on who ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 12 June 1874

VERMONT 4' VOL. IV.--KO. 28. rtlnr.tsitni vf.ei.y, at sr. joMWSjaum; vt 1IY ROYAIi OUMM.NQB. Trme.One oapy, per annum ,,.8.50 If peldstrletlr In Klranae 'S.00 Bubwrlborala QaruuU must remit 20o la addition, for Uoltod BUti poiUso. No tler'i)licont!DUt until nil erroarasoi aro paid, xe.pt kt the option of the publisher!. W distr tint all lutmrlberi aliould tend their pay. taenti dlreetly to us, Imteiil of waiting fur alt agent to ell, or handing them to a third party who li apt to delay lending them, cj-ilnz uoneeeasary correspond' ooo In looking them op. When tent directly to ui, tM will rsly llrr a year If not nore than half the year has elapsed, .and 1UW will pay for two years If not mora than oae of them has pamod. liut, If only mon ey enough II tent to pay up arrearage), or leas, It must t. at the rate of I WJ per year, or 81 tonU per month i except In case oX art understanding In refereneo to fur ther payment. Money thoold hy lent by postal money order, pay able to IIoval UU-ut...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 12 June 1874

THE VERMONT .FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Etmt go - St. Jobnsbury, Vt,, June 12, 187. i ... THE TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM. Tho recent report of tho senate select com- mlttco on transportation is n volumo well worthy of circulation, and really ought to bo printed for general distribution. Tho subject of tho report is ono which affects the lntcrcaU of every person in tho Union. Tho transportation of products not consumed by tho producer in this country nearly, if not quite, equals jn post tho original cost of pro- ductlon, nnd anything that can lessen this ft great tax is a benefit to tho wholo country, In many instances this drain upon our ro- sources might bo saved by bringing tho pro- ducers and consumers nearer together, and this W'H bo dono as tho country grows older. Manufacturing industries will becomo moro numorous in tho Western and Southern states whero noW tho population is chiefly agricultural. Hut making all duo allow nueo for tho falling off of this branch...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 12 June 1874

THE VERMONT EAUMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. It St. Johnibnry, Vi, Jnne 12, 1874. J'ole$ About Town. , Tho grand jury found" 48 true bill?, out of 50. Leonard Morris had a good horio dio Tucsds. night. Johnson Bros. & MoNcal, aro agents Tor tho Buckeye Mower. Tho auction sale' of tho Avenuo IIouso is 3 postponed until July 10. II. V. Shoroy tt. Co. havo tho bent assort mcnt of musical instruments in Northern Vermont. uur story coninnutor, is. u. ungc, is very ill, which fact accounta for tho absenco of his stories of lato. - - Mr. K. I. Clapp openi a storo in Beano's now building on tho Avcnuo noxt week, Sco advertisement. Currant worms made thoir appcarohco in this villago in force Saturday; tho first timo we have noticed thorn this season. Free return checks on tho railroads will bo given thoso attending tho Universalist Asso ciation at North Hatloy noxt week. Four persons wero bapt:zod at I'.issump sio last Sunday, two of whom join tho Bap tist church hero and 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. — 12 June 1874

literate. A THE 1IU1DAL. Wlda tuxxl lb. doors, that morning, Of the sombre and ancient church, And gaily the yellow isnshlne Streamed la on Its seldom soerch Streamed orer the rustling satins; Orer Jowel and waring plume, Over imlltBS and oonlldont gallants, Orer women Ml beaaty antfbloom, And I paused to look it Uie pageant In the mldjt of the shimmer and itlr, And to hear the priest murmur i Forsaking All others, eleare onl to her. Falrlwiakled the taper-set altar, And sweet blew tho organ's broath, While tho lorer bent and repeated i To lore and to oherlih till death. The light from the great rose-window tamo splendidly lifting down On her face there roll a glory, And orer her hair a crown. And I knew by the awrul passion With which he stood white and wan -That he nit tU heart before her For Lor feet to tread upon. But the bride wu softly smiling, LoTciOino and bright and fair- Ho woi but the ring on her linger, Ho wn but the rote In her hair i And I would there had beena glamour...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 19 June 1874

VERMONT FARMER. .AJNT -A. G-iFlI CULT TTIR. A.Xj y3STD DPAJIIiV 3SnB"WSI-AJPBEl OtF TOHCIB avnOXjaSTTA-IISr STATE. I'U'M'll'T VOt. IV.-N.O. 29. ST. JOHNSBUR7, FftifeAY, JUNE 19, 1874. WHOLE NO. 185. St? Swat L'Unt.tSIIEU WKKKLT, .it sr. jrottA'jfjBUtn, JIT nOYAL OUMMINfeS. IT., Term. On. copy, per annum,.. g'J.IIO If paid strictly In adr.net ,'i.OO Subscribers In Canada must remit 2ij In addition, for United States postage. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at tbe option of the publishers . We deilre that all subscribers ihonld tend their par raenta directly to ul. Instead of welting for an agent to can, or nanaing mem to a ueiey rename wem, ceusini them to a third party who la apt to unnecessary cnrropiiuim then lent itlrectlv (o ttt. JI.UO will pay for a year If not nor. than half the year hat elapsed, and 14.00 will pay for two years If not more than One ot them has passed. But, If only mon ey enough Is sent to pay up arrearages, or less, It innst be at ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 19 June 1874

i THE VERMONT JTARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnsbury. Vt,, Juno 18, 1874. In order to reach as many of our sub scribers as possible before Saturday night, wo havo hcrolororo printed tho Famier Thursday, though dated Friday, bat tho in creased mailing facilities havo mado it possi ble to print ono day later, thus giving ono moro day's news, and at tho samo timo rcaeh nearly all our subscribers by Saturday, and a largo number of than on Friday, Be lieving that wo can make our paper moro acceptable to its readers by tho chango, wo havo dtoldcd to print Friday, commencing next wcok. COt. MEAD FOR CONGRESSMAN. Farmers, you will soon havo an opportu nity to say something in tho matter of tho next congressman from this district, and tho namo of Col. John 13. Mead, of ltandolph, is among thoso to choose from. Wo bolievo ho will bo tho first, last, and only choico of tho farmers and tcmpcranco men of this district, nnd wo trust tho matter will bo talked over and consid...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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