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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 19 June 1874

r THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St Johnibnry, Vt., Jnno 10, 1874. A'etcs About Totcn, Wm. Randall, tho painter, has gono to Btowo, Itcmcmbcr tho Farmer will como ono day later than uswl next woelc. Th now OD-ccnt sloro opens to-day with a fino assortment of now goods. lion. Asa L. French, judgo of probate, is spending a fotr weeks at Saratoga for tho improvement of his health. Harnum's show is hero to-day. They had thojargest gathoring at Wells ltivcr yes terday that thoy haro had in the stato. 0. P. liowman, of this villngo, rcccivod ono of the two prizes for tho best Latin odes in Horatian motcr, at Dartmouth Oollcgo, Mrs. Hull Cartis's houso on tho Plain a for sale It is a good house, in a good lo cality, and somo ono will got it at a bargain. They aro to ha'vo Croworks and jubilation generally at tho Center, July 4. A -subscription to defray tho expenses is on toot, and meeting with success. Mr. II, 11. Davis, tho much esteemed fore man of tho Caledo...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 19 June 1874

THE VERMONT JTARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. H&faxfrtixxt. rot the ViaicoHt Fam. THE IIUINRD COT. , , Closo txld tha grassy tasking 1 Where tha eddies rise and fill. Where the wind illi through the bnuielitl Of the pine trees RTend and UU, Where the birds still lore to hover Hound tho branches dead and drear, Stand tha ruins of tha eoltaga That if ma In youth nu dear. Where the Ulloi of tha valley Hang their headi and drop a tear. Where Uie ripple of tha atreamlet Fall! upon the llit'nlng air, Where the old boat at Ha mooring Bwlnga all day the rusty chain; Standi alone tbe mosa-thatohod cottage And ray dear old home again. Still around the crumbling chimney Cling tho dark green try rlnea , White all o'er the kitchen wlndowl The pale honoy-auckle twinei, Why the blrda and flowers atlll llng'or Hound the spot I cannot tell, But llko me they lore It dearly, Dear old home, I love thee well. Once within the moy cottage Slumbered Innoconce and truth. It wai there 1 lea...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 26 June 1874

vV ERMONT FARMER. AISr .a-tIOXJXiTXJ-A.Xi -AJXro T'j&JUCXXTSr NEWSPAPER POP. TUB KIJRALISTS OIF THE GKREEISr aoTjasrT-A-iasr STATE. VOL. IY.-KO. 30 ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY,. JUNE 26, 1874. WHOLE NO. 18G. PUI1MSIIEI) WKF.KI.V, AT ST. .rOIIJYSUUItY, VT., uv llOYAtf OUMMINQS. Trm.--0no copy, per annum,. 9'i..10 if paid strictly In adrance .......'J.OO Bnbtcrlbers In Canada mutt roinlt 20o In addition, for United Mates postage. No paper dlsoonUnued nntll nil arrcaragot "0 PIJi except at Hie option or the publishers, We dctlre Uiat all I nbscrllwrs should tend their pay menu directly to u, Instead of waiting for an agont to e.ll.or handing them to a third, party who It apt to idelay rinding them, oauslng uniltcnnry corretiiond enco In looking them up. When rent directly to til, S2.IM will par for ft I ear If not noro than hair thoyoar hat elaprod, and tt.oo will pay for two years If not more than ono of them hat pnssod. Hut. if only mon y enough It. lent to pay up arrearage, or leu, It...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 26 June 1874

THE VJSIIMOT JFAJRMER; AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ittmnt gat Bt. Johnibury. Vt., Juno 20J1874. Tho Citizen comes to tho roscuo with an editorial of neatly a column, inlcnl on" Bay ing JuJgo Poland from tho threatened dan ger, and piotureg to ui tho boatfits which might no:ruo should Vermont retain him in congress and give his youthful pow ers opportunity to dovclop into tho full strength of manhood. Judgo l'oland's (tid ily i not questioned J that is not the reason tho farmers proposo to opposo Ids rc-clce tion, but because they liollcvo Col. Mead will better nnd quito as honestly represent their interests, and no ono who knows him will fear for tho reputation of Vermont in congress on tho scoro of ability, should ho receive tho election, as thcro is littlo doubt bo will. FARMERS AND POLITICS. In an article entitled "What about tho Grangers ?" tho Maine Farmer says : In rcgnrd to tho formation or n political party niiulo up purely of runners, wo must say wo uro wholly opp...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 26 June 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER jAN , AffifilQWffURAL AND 3TAMILY KE W SPAFER. Bfc.Johnibnry, Vt, June 20, 1874. COUWTY COSVENTIOS. Th Republicans of tho County of Cl4dont r. r 4atld ti mt t the Town 11.(1 n St. Johnsbury, on ynmlT. tno 1 day of Jolt. A.D. 1874, at 10 y'c lock A. M- to make nomination of County Omeers to ko sup lioitml at tlie coming election, for the two years emu Inc aod ta act on any othor business proper when Nff.'JoilNSON.i rf" J. I). noUKIW. cm""""' A'otcs About To ten. K. J. Chamber lin Una told lils houso near Paddocks Villago to G.W. Itolllns Tor 82500. Mr. T. 0. llaynca, tho photographer, is suffering intensely from a fever soro on his left arm. U. J. Houghton keeps a variety of Mason So goods und has just received soino very el egant diplomas. Geo. Knight, from Rutland, is to bo con ductor of tho mixed train to Hydcpark, in place of Jason W. Powers. Mr. O. N. Checvcr, who has been tele graph operator at this place, is now conduc tor on a horso railroad in Boston. Laro...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 26 June 1874

boonf.h on j.atkh. r BA".Rin r. irorronD, Sooner or lster the storms shall bent Orer ray slumbers from head to fiti Sooner or later the winds will taro In Ui long great tT0 By jj,o? - ! I shall net heed them where I lit, Nothing their sound (hall stgnlry , NolhlnK the headstone, fret of rain NoUilnKtoraethodailtday'ipaln! , Boon.r or later the lun ihall thine With tender warmth on that mound of mine Sooner or later, In summer air, Clorer and violet blossom there. 1 thall not reel t thaTdeep laid test 'Uio slanting light fall orer my broeit, Nor eren not In theie hk'den hours The wind-Mown breath of the toning flower.. Sooner or later the italnlcs. inowi Bhall add their huih to my mote reposo i Booner or later iliall slant and ihtrt And heap my bed with the datsllng drift. Chill though that froien pall alia.lt scein, It'i touch no colder can tnako the dream That rocks not the iweet and sacred dread Bhroudlng the city of the doad. Booner or later the bee ihall eome And All the noon wi...

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

VERMONT FARMER. -A.3ST A.3-S.iaXJX.TXJDa.Xi JltflD IF-A-llVEIIST NEWSPAPER POP- TIKES RURALISTS OP THE 0-PBP3ST OXJISTT-A-Ir STATE. VOL. IV.-NO. 31. ST. JOHNSBURY, 3TKID.A.Y, JULY 3, 1874. WHOLE NO. 187. rUIIMSUED WKnKI.Y, ST. .TOIIA'SaVItY, .IT YT. It. OUMMINGS, Publisher & Frop'r. WM. H. WHEELER, Editor. Tcrn..-nno copy, por annum, ....8'J.SO If paid strictly tn advance ,....'J.OU Subscribers In Canada must remit 200 In addition, for United Btatos postago. No paper discontinued until alt arrearages are paid, exe.pt at tho option of the publishers. We detlro that all subscribers Ihould tend their pay. n.nti directly to us, Instead of waiting Tor an agent to call, or handing thorn to a third party who It apt to dolay lending tliem, causing unneccssar ngnnneccssary correspo: when lent directly io IUI- tl.ua will pay lor a year If not now than half tho year kaa elansod. and $1.00 will pay for two yean if not nee in looning uieiu up. mivu " mom than one of them hat passed. Hut, If ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 3 July 1874

THE. VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johmbury, Vt July 3, 1874. A permanent arrangement Las been com pletcd, as will bo soon by refcronco to tho business card on tho first page, whereby I assumo tho editorial mauagemont' of tho lfARJir.n, to which capacity I havo"1 aotcd sinco tho retirement or Dr. Hosklns in April. Tho principles which will govern tho Farm r.n have been already announced rocontly, nnd I will only say that, being a farmer of tho farmers in education and practice- in tho past, my sympathies aro with tho farmers and working classes, and my constant effort shall bo tho promotion of their interests. Thanking thoso friends who havo within tho past two months sent so many chcoring let ters approving tho courso of tho Farmeh, I trust by constant devotion to tho' causa of agricultural and industrial Improvement that 1 shall merit and continuo to receive tho good will of tho readers of tho Karmkh. To this end I ask tho cooperation of friends in nil...

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

THE VERMQNT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St Johnsbury, Vt., July 3, 1874. A'otcs ,'llont To int.- Mercury 03 in tbo tlio shado Monday. Potato bugs nro in all tho land, and tboir appctito seems to bo cxcollcnt. AVo notico tbo genial countcnanco of Judgo Poland in tbo village. Ho returned Satur day. Tbo pott oflico will bo closed to-morrow except for nn hour, morning and evening, on arrival of tlio mailt. If thero wero two or tbreo men added to tho forco on tho villago sidewalk tboy might bs nblo to keep repairs up with damages. Dr. TfnilaViInn tina rMtirnu). Vila sninnrn Ki.t in tr mnn nnn Ii i,it mutnm where best known. Frederick llusliby fell from a bridge at A Ull Ukllj.n , IHUUU, XIUDUUT, UIVBPillit ..... . , . . 1 t . 1. I . .! wrist and considerably disfiguring bis coun tcnancc, for tho tuno being. Tho 09 cent storo will bo open all day on tho Pourth, as can be seen by referenco to our advertising columns. A largo stock of new goods will bo offorcd for sale. D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 3 July 1874

THE VERMONT EARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY-NEWSPAPER. ikxixtxm. For tho ViMfoxi Finmi, OOII A1IOVI3 A lit.. 'Til sweet, when troubles lilt the tout, Anil carol distract the mind, To dure tha sympathy of tlioio Wlioio hearts are tret kind. 'Til then dear frlendi item doubly dear And precious t tho heart i True frlendi In need we highly prlto, And from them would not part. Outran t thero li an nnteon friend, Who knows our ererr icrfefi Who garneri all the bUter lean, Which giro the heart relief. And oh I Hl tweet, betimes, to pour Our 'plalnti Into hli car On him our heavy burdens cut, And feel hli presence near. To foci tho "ovorlastlng arrai" Are "undorneath us laid," And hear the tranquillslng words i "'TIS It lo not afraid." Fosses thy soul In patience, child i I chasten those 1 loro i These "light afflictions" aro but lent To flx thy heart above What richer, iweotor boon than thill Whit ploMure half so purot Whon sorrows pierce tho loul, to know is word ti mrsurt 11. J. II. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 10 July 1874

VERMONT FARMER. AO-RIOTTLTTJIRD JlsTlD JPAJMETTTZ- KTBWSPAPBB FOB TJHCB BTJBAIilSTS OF TKCB O-DRBBISr EOTTJSrTAIOSr STATE. VOL. IV.-NO. 32. ST. JOHNSBTJRY, FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1874. WHOLE NO. 188. 3gtf..mnt JiftlMt Gtuiayaitomtt femnut jfitrms. I'Uni.ISlIF.I) AVKF.KI.Yi sr. .roifA'snvm; H. OUMMINGS, Publisher & Prop'r. WM. H. WHEELER, Editor. Turin.. "Ono copy, per annum 8'J.SO If paid strictly (n advance,.,.... babrllers in Canada matt remit IWo la addition, for Unltod States postaic. No paper discontinued nntll all arrearage! aro paid, except at me option or me puunsners, or tho Virmokt Fabiikr. ROOT CROPS. How discouraging it ta to many of us that aro laboring for tho advancement of agricul ture to read tho article from "0, 8. P., Plainfield, in your issuo of June 12, on root FARM OF L. ST. BRAINERD, ALDANS. ESQ., Wo deslro that all auhscrlhcrs iliould lend their pay- nt 10 Pt 0 I n ey enouxti is icnt to pay up arrearage, or lew, ft must then twenty, full loads of Qoo manure to ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 10 July 1874

St. Johnsbury, Vt., July 10, 1874. . - y, HOME FERTILIZERS." Tho crops aro la, tho hay harvest has al ready commenced, and now a word upon a Buujoot which concerns tbo noxt crop, tho preparation of the plant food which is to be used next season. Wcro our farming oper auons to bo carried on upon tho old plan ot our grandfathers, this would not begin until fall, when tho stook comes to tho barn, but the progress of tlmo has changed tho praclico in this rcspcot, and if tho chango nas not been as great as that in handling crops and land brought about by tho uso of improved machinery, it bids lair to bo so in iuturo. Wo will not assumo to tell tho reader tho importance of tho manuro heap, ovcry farmer is supposed lo know that, but wo would say a word about tho policy of utilt Xing everything which contains tho elements of fertility on the farm before going to tha markets after manufactured manures. It is n principlo which holds good in all sections of country, and of individuals and comm...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 10 July 1874

'THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Bt. Johhibury, Vt July 10, 1874. A'oten ,'lbottt Toten. Kboncxcr Wheeler lina bought the grist mill at tlio Center or Mr. Uutler for 81100. Ja. 0. llourko has exchanged his houso on Portland Streot for W. L. MarshaU'g farm In Sutton ; valuo of each about 81800. Col. Fairbanks had a fine display of fire works on tho evening of tho Fourth which, notwithstanding the rain, was witnessed by quito a collection of people "Observer" wants to know if tho mer chants, ns a class, sucaced bolter than other classes. Perhaps not, but what of thoso who soli goods 2a per cent, abovo others ? Tho ladies of the Church of tho Messiah will glvo a strawberry festival at tho vestry or tho church this Friday evoning, July 10, All aro cordially invited. Admission ten cents. ltov. M. A. Potter will preach at tho Paddocks Villago school houso next Sunday at linlf-past ten, a.m., and 1 and 7 r.M. Sev eral converts are to bo baptized, wo uutler stand....

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 July 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ihxixixxxt. For tin Vmiio.it FAimtR, A MINK. How often we hear some one telling A friend of Die dayi thiit hare flown, And i they describe tome occurrence, They ray, "I wai tken 11 alone." Alone where wai memory sleeping I Where had fled the thought! of the paitl Tint they perished like bright rammer flow ert, That wither before the cold blast 1 Ah no I though our frlendi be far dlitant, And the deiert "Sahara" our home i Our thought! are stilt our companions, Though at times far away they may roam. They bring back the frlendi we hare cherished, The ploaiurei we once called our own i Sweet memorlei float softly around ui, And to we are never alene, Hat If thought, that great boon, wai denlod ui, We hare alwayi that truoit of frlendi, Whole prosenco li erer about u, To guard and protect, to the end. lie will nerer forsaken or forget ui, For He gare ill Mood. to atone For the ilni of the world, and lle'l near ui We are nerer, ...

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 July 1874

VERMONT FARMER A.3XT A ryp T r-iTTT T'TTT?. A T . j&JKTT) TJTMZXXTZ- 3STBWSPAPEB FOR TUB BXTBAIilSTS OF TUB GKREBlSr DVCOXJJSra?-AJEiT STATE. VOL. IV.-NO. 33. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1874. WHOLE NO. 18J). .IT runusiiKti wkkki.v. .ST. .TOIfA'SHVItX IT. For tho Vr.ni.osT Faiiuer, not What he does, but how HE DOES IT. It. GUMMINGS, Publishor & Prop'r. TIT XT TT WfTWT.I?!! J. : I A sories of editorial articles in your col Acr"".'"P.n.,0PJ:- P nnum ninim nncne.l un Iho micsllrm whether farm. irpaias.riQtir in auranco, 4 1 - ror'ur!ucffi Maiuon, ing pava or whothcr it is an occupation that No paper dlseonUnuert until ll nrrcaragos aro paid, tends ratlicr to entail loss upon tlio ono cn grged in it. This is a broad question, too tsiccpt at Iho option of Ilia puhllshors. Wo ilorlro U1.1t all snhrcrihers should sond tliolr pas menu directly to ui, lntopd or waiting Tor an agont I .ll l..llnM tn n tl.lr.1 n.l.- MllA I. flltt t tlola'y lending ttio in. causing : nnnecewary corr...

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 July 1874

THE VERMONT EARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnsbury, Vt., July 17, 1874. The Caledonian's Poland editorial this week ! quite good, Rankin' far above those or two years ago In tcmpcranco and decency, llopo they will keep up to that standard. MIDDLEMEN. Middlemen aro necessary, and being so will always oxist. Hut too many of thora ore an evil, just tho same as too much of a good, wholosomo artiele of food is hurtful. The Patrons of Husbandry aud the farmers' movement aro not opposed to middlemen ; they aro opposed to having too many of them, and thoy propose, by an independent com petition, to niako their business mom and more unprofitable until the number of deal ers and agents becomo reduced to the desired standard. In this process tho least capablo dealers will bo driven out first, whilo thoso having tho best business acquirements, being nbio through their shrewd management to longest withstand tho pressure, wilt remain, and if they improv o tho lesson and do b...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 17 July 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johrybury, Vt., July 17, 1874. We do nol bolongYo our palronti Out paper li wholly our own i WhoorcrmH)' Ho ' AT t III . Who don't, may Just lot It alono. Ji'otc ,Iboul Toint. Tlio thermometer stood at 1)8" in tho eliado Wednesday, H. N. Roberts, of trie Center, had a quart, tity of pork stolen tho other flight. Four persons wcro baptized Sunday by Her. M. A. Potter, Advent minister. Kendall & Poland havo dissolved, and Kendall will .continue tho eating saloon bus iness alone. Tho Hour sales in St. Johnsbur'y tor tho last six weeks havo been larger than over beforo in tho satno length of timo. A young man who camo up on Wednes day, says an attempt was niuilo to get up a largo firo at Nashua, N. II., Tuesday night. Tho Gro was set near tho Worcester depot, but. was discovered in. season. l?rank Walker, N. M. Johnson, John D. Miller, Geo. S. Shaw, Harvclin Paddock, and John W. Lewis started Wednesday to enjoy a vacatio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 17 July 1874

THE VERMONT JFARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. JRtcrntita. AIIT THOU I.1V1NO YRT1 r Jixu a. cuknav li there no (cmnJ, Immortal fplitro'jl Beyond thlt realm of broken tie. To All llio wants that mock til hero,. And dry the tears from wecplnfeyos, Whero winter ratlU In endloss spring, And J nno stand near with deathless flowers, Where we may hear Hit dear ones ting . Who lovod us in this world of ourtl 1 ask, and lo I my cheeks ara wet With tears for one 1 cannot tee, 0 mother, art thou llvlnj yet, And doit thou still remeinembtr met 1 (eel thy kisses o'er me thrill, Thou unsoen angel of my llfo i I hear thy tonei around me trill An undertone to care and ilrlfe i Thy leader eye i upon mo thine, Ai from a being glorified i Till I am thine, and thou art mine, And 1 forget that thou liastdlod. 1 almoit lose each rain regret In visions of n llfo to he i 0 mother, art thou living yet, And dott thou ttlll romcinber met The sprlngtlmos Moom, the summers fade, The winter! blow al...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 24 July 1874

VERMONT FARMER. -A.3ST A.a-S,iaXJXiTXJE.A-llj FAMILY NEWSPAPER POB THE RtTRALISTB OF THU C3-P.EE3ST 3VEOTCJ3SrTA.I3Sr ST-A.TB- VOL. IV.--NO. 34. ST. JOHNSBTJRY, FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1874. WHOLE NO. 190. rUIlMSHKD -WEEKLY. IT ST. JTO MIX'S It Vlt', VT. It. OUMMINGS, Fubllshor & Prop'r. WM. H. WHEELER, Editor. Torni.. On. copy, per annum 830 If paid strictly In advance,.... "i.00 Bahscrlbors In Canada mutt remit 200 In addition, for United States pot tag. No paper discontinued until all arrearage! aro paid, except at tho option of the publishers. Wo deslro that all lubmtlnon thonU pond their pay ment directly to us, Instead nf waiting for an agent to call, orliandlnz them to a third party njio ll apt to delay sending them, oauslns: unnecessary correspond enco In looking them up. When sent directly to us, t'iM will pay Tor a year If not nor than half the ear has elapsed, and S4.U0 will pay for two years If not moro than one of them has passed. lint, if only mon ey enough Is sent to pay...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 24 July 1874

THE VERMONT EARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. MEAD OR POLAND? St. Johnsbury, Vt,, July 24, 1874. MIDDLEMFN to ask of "Stanford t" Where was Poland's 1 l.nn tin M at fhfl ACTA fif M Pftll ? If Judgo Poland and Col. Mead ate now the , ... . n .,. .btlllv lhatl lhe two leading candidates for the republican ,!,..., t.i.. .t M 4; o ' than return a man whose ability and intcg rll farmer aro not tho only people who ara interested In tho prices of merchandise) and for whoio tnterost it is that traders should not charge too high a profit for doing their business. Kvory mechanic, ovcry villago resident, who is not directly interested in the trado as a dealer, will rejoice to soo tho monopolizing rings who hare controlled trada broken, and prices brought down to a living lovcl. This will bo dono. Tho farmers in their different organizations aro in earnest, and havo already found thpy can buy many articles at roduccd prices by combining and ordering themselves. This has been dono i...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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