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

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. John.bnry, Vt., July 24, 1874. A J'otet About To ten. Read what Strectcr has to My about boots and shoos at reduced prices, lie means what ho aays. Wo havo failed to receiro that order from "Observer" for dry goods. We ro anxious to fill it. Order, gcntlcmco, order! Calvin Morrill had a barrel of apples lloxbury Russets frcczo up last Christmas. Thoy thawed slowly and lecamo dry, and now thoy aro as good as any applo. Tho North Church sabbath rchool is con templating a trip to Newport and a steam boat rido on tho lako. They will find it a most delightful trip in pleasant weather. All soldiers of tho lato war aro invited to meet at tho town hall, Saturday, July 25, at 7 1'. M., to malco arrangements for tho formation of a Caledonia County battalion to attend tho soldiers' reunion at Burlington, Aug. 25. Miss Sarah Dana, of this villago, who has just graduated from Vassnr Collcgo, was riding with a lady friend in Glouceste...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 24 July 1874

tfHE VERMONT JPARMER : AN . AGRIOULTU RAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. xknxhxxc. AT MIDMOIIT. By the lamp's low flame at midnight I hare watched theo, 0, my darting, Breathed thy aweel broath o'er an J o'er i With ray own thoto iweit Dpi pressing While aleep'i angel held tlio doorila, In my own those handi caressing, Small, alight handi, all dim plot 0r. By tin Ump'i Ion I hT watched theo, 0, my daarling, Striving In tho qnlot there, In the tllonoa and tlx darkness, Bo to weary beaten with prayer tjja That It cannot olio but bltn thee ' All along Ufo'i thoroughfare. By tho lamp'i low fluntet midnight, 0, my chlldj.Uipu'lt Jer bo given CosteiouraeM enigh to know How my heart thrfjbi-wllh what yearning To man'i itaturo thou wilt etow, With a man'i heart In thoo burning, Woman'i thought! thoa'lt nerer know. liowoye r rovoftloa Iho IHct that thof woro In much moro southern cllino. Honey dew vccolvos tho nomination, writes lorulors for tho soil hourly two feet from tho original wns thon roforre...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 31 July 1874

FARMER. -A.3ST A6BIOUliTURAL JJSTJD Fj&.ls&XTjTtT NEWSPAPER FOB' THE RXJK.A.IjISTS OIF TUB Q-IEtEEISr DEOXJ0SrTA.IISr STATE. VOL. IY.-NO. 35. ST. JOHNSBUBY, FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1874. WHOLE NO. 101. VE RATONT Wjl Matthews ljo75 W J j'unusnr.ii wkeki.y. UT ST. .TOIM'SitVMlY, IT. B. OUMMINGS, Publisher It Frop'r. WMt H. WHEEIiEE, Editor. Tcrtit..0no copy, per annum . 9'J3 If paid strictly In advance,. 'i.00 Subscribers In Canada must remit aw In addition, for United States postage. No paper discontinued until all arrearage! are paid, except at tie option ot the publishers. We deilre that all subscstfiers should send their pay menu directly to ui, Instead of waiting fur an azeut to call, or handing them to a third party who Is apt to delay tending them, causing unnecessary corresiwnd. eaco In looking them up. When lent directly to ui, t ixo will pay lor a year If not nore than half the year lite elapsed, and $1.1M will pay for two yean If not mora than one of them has passed. Hut, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 31 July 1874

THE VERMONT EAKMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnsbury, Vt,, July 31; 1874. CORREOTION. In tho article la the Ladies' Doparlmetft entitled "Mental and Pyhsical Culture," a stupid compositor in the ilzlh lino mado tho words "fatal extreme" read "fotld a If earn and through an oversight Df the proof read cr it was not corrected, BREEDS AND GRADES. A correspondent at Lincoln sent us some queries a foW days ago which wo handed to ti woll-postcd stock raiser, Mr. Wm. 8. Thorp, of Morristown, and wo this week mako room for his reply, believing it will bo of much interest not only to our enquiring correspondent but to all our readers. Mr. T. says : 1 herewith try to answer tho questions of your Addison County correspondent J 1 ; what is arado 7 In Webster's and Worcester's dictionaries I do not find the word with a definition such as wo uso in re lation to the crosses between the different breeds of cattle, but I supposo it to be gen orally understood that It means the of...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 31 July 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnibury, Vt., July 31, 1874. A'otc About Taicn. Tho cxcculivo commllleo of the fair ground company meet Saturday, August 8. Tho Water Company haft put In a largo watering trough on Railroad Street, itcar the Purlr. That's good. Francis (l&llaghcr has opened a boot and lioa nhop In tho banomciit of Mr. HitcheN der'ri building on tho Avcnuo. It takes eight barber, working hard, to trim St. Johnsbury heads and wait for cus tomers. Tho latter soems to bo their prin cipal business. Charles Wheeler Is rcporlod to bo Im proving still. He has acquired soma control of his arms ond shoulders, and tho inflam mation is decreasing. llev. 11. M. Tiltotson, or tho Church of tho Messiah, performed his one thousandth lecdding service on tho 2nd day of July, ilo has unltod two thousand people in tho happy bonds. llev. 0. M. Southgato left us last Monday morning to spend his annual vacation at tho sea-shoru. llov. Dr. Lanphcar, of Uo...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 31 July 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. SHcrata. TI1M nviNa WIFE. Ljr the bab upon tnjr bosom, Itt rat feet her tweet, warm breath, For ilrann chill o'er mo passes, and I know that It It death. I would gas. upon tha troasuro scarcely given or I id Feel Iter rosy, dimpled fingers wander o'er ay cheek of of mow. I am patting through the waters, hut a bleated ihort appears Kneel beildo tae, husband, dearest, 1st mo lias away thy tears. Wrestle with thy grief, as Jacob strovo from midnight until day It may lore an angel'i blessing, when It vanishes away. Lay the babo upon my botora, 'til not long the can be thore Bee I how to my heart the neitlea 'tie the pearl I lore to wear If, In after yean beitde theo ilti anotlier In my chair, Though her rolco be tweeter mmlc, and my face than hen Unfair i If a cherub call tl.ee father, far more beautiful than thlt, Lot thy Ant-born, 0 my bniband t turn not from the motherlera. Tell tier tometlmet ofhor mother you will call her b...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 7 August 1874

VERMONT FARMER: A.jsr A.ciii.iaxjXiXTra-Ax jjstjd &jj&a:xxrsr zstbwspapbb ipoik tub rtibalists o:f the; o-e,hb3St nnoxjnsrxuft-insr state. VOL. IV.-NO. 36. ST. JOHNSBURY, FllIftAY, AUGUST 7, 1874:. WHOLE NO. 102. PUni.ISIIRD WEEKLY. .. jroirA'snvni; IT. H. CUMMINGB, Fubllshor & Prop'r. WH. H. WHEELER, Editor. Verm.. Ono oopr, p.r Dnum, ,....8'i..)0 If paid strictly la adranc M.00 Bubteritors In Canada mutt r.mlt !M9 In addition, for United HUt.i postage. No papar dlsoonttnu! Until all arrearage! art )aM, ic.pt at Uio option of tin publishers. W. d.slro that all subscrltors should fond their pay ments directly to ua, Instead of Halting for an agent to call, or handing them to a third party who l apt to delay tending them, causing unneoes-ary eorreiitond one. In looking them up. Whan lent directly to us, i.(J will pay Tor rear If not nor. than hair the year hie elapsed, and $1.00 will pay for two yean If not lnoro than one of them hae pacttd. But, If only moo ey enough li ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 7 August 1874

THE VERMONT EARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. leeped In alcohol, they should not booomo Black Colon. Boiled in water and by- rnrMnrln acid, thev Should not DO Colored St. Johnsbury, Vt, August 7. 1874. The Poland parly are getting frightened. ftl J...1 J. !l ! ii i t i t i!r.n i I to carry the caucuses and tbo convention. They aro desperately resolved that whether Poland cots the nomination or not Mead . .. i . 1 1 ' . . iii i - it i! l.i.. .. . -1- il. .... r . crs, and If tho popular feeling is too much for Luke P. they will present ono of these, nominally as opposing Poland, but really for tho sako of retaining the reins of govern ment in this district in tho hands of tho Po land ring. Let every farmer, and every workingman, and every ono who wishes to sco tho interests of tbo working classes as well represented at thoso of capitalists and corporations, bo on his guard. Keep your eyes open, and allow cone of tho little, scur vy tries so commonly employed to deprive y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 7 August 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnibury, Vt., Augwt 7, 1874. Calcitonin Count)- Convention. The Demoeratrand til otherl oppoted to Ui pretent administration are requested to rant In mail conren lion t tli Town Hail, St. Johntlmrr, Saturday, Aug. If, Hi II o'clock A.M., tor tin purpose of nominating candidate! for county officer!, to bo rupported by then at the ensuing election. By order of cointy commit te. J. M. WEEKS, Chairman. Lyndon, July W, 1871. IICl'UHMUAN CAUCUS. The Republican Tntert of St. Johnibury are re queued to meet at the Town Hall In raid St. Johns l.urjr, on Saturday, the 8th day or August, at 4 o'clock P.M.. for the purpose of sleeting toven delegates to at teoil the Republican Congrei'ional Convention to Iki held at White Hirer Junction on the 12th day of Aug., A.I). 1374. EMERSON It ALL, ) WILLIAM A. UllAFMAN.f r.Z',?. J. W. LEWIS, J c,"""'"'- JI'oleM .lbout Totcn. Tho Fair Ground Company's meeting has been postponed to tho 15th....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 7 August 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER i AN A GRT CTTTjT I TR ATj AND FATvTTTiV Tsn?AVPATT?.p YKSTKIIDAY. We heard the thrush's lire long notes of wot, Or Joy who leems the song may say, We only listened when the inn wu low Dot that wu yesterday. We found Mma violets underneath the hedge, We gathered blue-bells In the wild wood way, We palled the king-caps from the lulling ledge But that wu yesterday. We watched the rlror'i further ripple leap To catch the lun'l lait kiss, and (tray, Soft tnliti of 'evening up the Telle creep But that wu yesterday. We sang together for the lore and might Of Uod and iprlng, and then ihe lay Vpon my brent, weary with her delight i But that wu yesterday. Alone I wait and watch Ihe lun go down, Counting dumb hours that 1 mult itay, Ere that Supreme One oomel with cross and crown Bringing back yesterday. THAT LOCK OF HAlIt. Looking among iouvj writing! old, I came acrote a lock of lialr, Unwound It from the paper fold, Where It wu placed with tender care, I raw It, and my e...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 14 August 1874

PARMER. '.-'J ) (UK . r A.3sr -A.a-maxj3i.TXJK,-A.Xj A.3srx :f.a.:m:ii'52" ktewspapbr :po:e. the kxjbaIjIsts o:f the ckr-eeist 3vnoxrasrT-A.i3sr state VOL. IV.-NO. 37. ST. JOHNSBURY, lilDAy, ATJGUST 14, 1874. 7 u. t lim - ' i WHOLE NO. 108. I'UHMSIItil) WKKKt.Y. IT i?r. JrOltJVSiiUMt I IT. H. OUMMWfaS, Publishor & Proper, WAT. II, WHEtiliEIt, Editor. rorm0no copy, ier annum $'J30 I f pahl; strtolty ' lit ml rnncf , 4110 HulMcrllor in Canada inutt remit iWo In addition, for Unit! htatei postage. No paper dhtountlnupd until nil arrearage i tro paid, except nt tho option of the puhlkhorf , Wo deMro that all feutocrlherii fhould pond tliolr pay ment directly to us, Instead if waiting Tor an axvnt in call, or hamllni them to a third patty whn i ft to delay lending tficui, causing unnooewuiry correspond ence In looking thorn, up. When sent directly to ui, f2.uuwllt p mi-aVjirlftfut nor than half tho year Ims elapted, and l.un will pay Tor two years If nut more than one or them haa pot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 14 August 1874

THE VERMONT EARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Bt. Johtubury, Yt Angnit 14. 1874. DR. T. H. HOSKtNS. Wo have heretofore cherished a most cor dial fooling of friendship and respect or Dr. Hoskins, though wo did havo odo conversa tion with him In which no had a suspioion that, in tho hopo or injuring forao ono else at THE ST. JOHNSBURY OAUCUS. A BOLT IN A GOOD OAUSE. flimsy snbtcrfuge may bo brought to answer In it. tnm it. l 1 It A .1 . . (M The one-sided manner In vihloh the St. , . ,. i r m-..triL i.l. Tliose members of the republican dlstriol Johnsbury oalieus was conducted, and tho , , . n ,.,.',. .... ... convention who put their regard for purity ridiculous performances connected with it, ' , , and honesty In pub io men before their sub- , r , , .. . .... manufacturers ol these vllo oompouods may , . .. . . .. . deserro moro than a passinrf botlee. Al thu ...... . . scrvionoy to a party contro od by poltoal - i mill iiinir iiiiaintiK ni mnnif tminrr niiin iiniinr i ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 14 August 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRIOULT L AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St Johmbury, Vt., Angurt 14, 1874. CftlfttloiilH Counlr roilTPHlloii. Th Democrats and kit others opposed to tht present administration are retnetel to mnt In mass con Ten. lion tit Ilia Toko Hail, 81. Jnhnibury, Raturday, Aug. IS, tat II o'clock A.M., fur tli purpura nf nominating rnrildata for county olTieer. to hi supported by Ihom at th. ensalnx election. Ily order of manly commit to., J, U. YVKKK8, Chairman. Lyndon, July !H, 1871. THE DISTRICT CONVENTION. Tho second district convention was held at White ltivor .Junction on Wednesday. Ono hundred nnd forty-eight delegate were present. Fivo wero absent, vis., Stan nard, Dover and Stratton, and ono each from Chelsea and Jamaica. About eighteen members of the press were present, and quite a delegation in tho third house. Tho meet ing was called U order by Col. Franklin Fairbanks, chairman of tho district commit tee, who read tho call nud culled tho roll of delegates, lion. Ab...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 14 August 1874

sSnRSHIKnRnKHBIHH mi OUIl HAHV. ST CARRIE W. TIIOWI'SOX. Mother, we muit be glad to-day, This Is thq birthday or Baby Nell I Id to our home when iwoet June went away, One of her good-by kl.sos fell. Since then It's been sunimor-tlmo always lure, Hasn't It, mother! for you and I , Have bird-song ami blossoming all the year, And nerer a cloud on our sunny sky. No more sorrowful , lonely hours, To sit and think of our lovod one gone i No more weeping for fatted flowers, When our fairest blooms fresUy with every dawn. There Is the girlie now, passing the door, A song on hor Up and n nntlo In her eye ; &ho can not be sober and sad, any more Than a robin full-fledged can keep out of the sky, Jler hair Is growing a darker brown l (You know how goldon It used to be), So long and silken, It ripples down Almost to the floor when she sits on my knee. How many years has she been with u, dear t As much as a doteu I haven't a doubt i In a question of dales t am not quite clear, 1 fear my memo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 28 August 1874

VERMONT FARMER. -A-3XT a-HiaXJLTXTDR-A-Ij -A.3STI5 JhZXTJtT NEWSPAPER IFOIB. TUB P-TTPA-IilSTS OP T3KE33 Q-PEB3ST 3vrOXJZSra?-A-IZST STATE. VOL. IV.-NO. 39. ST. JOIINSBURY, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1874. WHOLE NO. 105. PUUI.ISUr.I WKKKt.V, H. CUMMINGS, Publisher & Prop'r. WM, H. W II EE LEU, Editor. l'orin.0no copy, por Annum,,. . $430 U palil strictly hi artrnnce M.OII tSuWrlhuM In Cumuli, .mi. t remit ii.) In mMlUon, for Unltcil Mates portnicd. No pftpcr .hintlnuel until nil nrrcarftgei are paid, except at the option of tlio puMhlirra. Wo (I e fire tint nil tutcrlhtri tliouM fcml their par menu tllructly to an, lnUAi. of wnllttitf fur n njici.t to call, or linmlitiic tlictu to n thlnl party who Is aft to delay fending tlirm. rAuslnjr unneceMtiry c(rrriiKi. enco In lmklnj llim up. Wlicn irnt directly to til, will py tor a year If nut rtoro Mian half the year lnu elnpfcd, and $1.(0 will p,iy for two yenr If not inure than one of tlicm Iim pased. .'.ut. If only mon ey cnoiijcli It nnt ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 28 August 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnsbury, Vt,, Augut 28, 1874. CLEAR UP THE FENCE-CORNERS. In passing through tho country alter hay ing Is over ono sees a surprising area of ground in fcnco-corncrs nnd around rocks, etono heaps, Aic, which not only does not produco anything useful, but in yearly tend ing forth millions of seeds of noxious weeds to stock tho tillago Gelds, making work for tho hoo and cultivator, and diminishing tho value of tho crops whoro thoy grow. A small amount of labor, comparatively, would rcmovo theso unsightly weeds and briars, and not only greatly add to tho boauty and attractiveness of tho farm, but tnnko it mora proGtablc. If ono has a flock of sheep, tho raspborry and other bushes, tho golden rod, and many of tho other weeds which nro principally to bo found in such places can bo saved and fed to them with actual profit. In winter a sheep will leave tho best of hay lor raspberry leaves, and wo havo saved pur (basing (odder i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 28 August 1874

THE VERMONT JFARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnibury, Vt., August 28, 1874. .Voir About Town. Call am! boo Stroetcr'a now stylo gents' boots jmt tlio thing. l'ifty-thrco tickets to tlio soldiers' reunion wcro sold nt this station Tticsdiy. A. A. JcrrauM eti'pcndol on Tuesday, nnd no nro informed ho mutl.iil, Tlio"solo proprietor " will bo bo no longer. A limn who Inn inndo a thorough canvass of th a hands in tlio scala works saya they will go anti-Poland, throo to one. Moses Huntley has gono to Uanada after n lot ol'puro Leicester sheep, llo will have pomethiug to say about them in next vreoVo Farm Kit. Quito a number of people .went from hero to hear Henry Ward Ueechcr preach at the Twin Mountain House, Whito Mount-Tins, lust Sunday. Uo at tlio polls early, Tuesday, and loso not a vote. It every man in towu votes St. Johnsbury will go against Poland by a good majority. Farmers, workers, tax-payers, coma out and voto fur honest men for the ulliccs. Julius, son o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 28 August 1874

THE VERMONT .FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Xitentturjc. AT CI.OIU OP DAY. Two Itltlt faces looked for me, When I went home at nlht i Two childish fleet tweet anil until, With lore ami woloome bright. 1 law them, and, with falter heat, My c'ad heart urged my weary feet, And atl theday'i long toll and caro Seemed nothing then for me to bear, When hahy facet tmlled on me, At I went home at night. Two tittle faeot look lot mo, At t go homo at night i Two loving facet, tweet and ttnall, With hoarenly welcome bright. 1 eannot tee thorn i but I know They wear the tralln of long ago And at the last tlow hourt go by, t dreain with many a longing iljh, Of lhoi that wait to imlle on me When I go home at night. I.1TTI.I! llAUIIAHA'S HYMN. A mother stood by her inlnnlng wheel, Winding the jlrn on an ancient reel i At tho counted tho threads In the twilight dim, fiho murmured the words of a quaint old hymn "Whether wo sloop, or whether we wake, We are lilt who gare Ills Ufa Tor o...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 4 September 1874

VERMONT FARMER. A.a-DRIOXJXjTXJU-A.Xj -A. 1ST ID FJJsLXXTST ISTBWSPAPBR FOB THCB BUBALISTS OIF TUB GKREEZST 3VCOXJ3SrT-A.IISr STATE. VOL. IY.--NO. 40. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1874. "WHOLE NO. 10G. I'tiiit.tsiiF.u "tvr.F.Ki.v. ,iir t. .roti.YSiivitx', rr, II. OUMMINGS, PublUhor & Prop'r. WM. H. WHEELER, Editor. Turin.. Ono copy, per annum, S'J.SO If paid strictly In advance, vj.00 Jo paper discontinued until all arrearages aro paid, eieept at the option id" the publishers . i Wo desire that all subscrtlier should rend their par raenU directly to u.( Instead of waiting fur an agont to call, or handinc them to a third party who li apt to delay sending tliom, csu'lnic unnecessary correspond noo In looking them up. Whon sent ifirectly to us, ti.M will pay lor a year If not noro than hair the year lies elapsod, and $1.00 will pay Tor two year. If not Inure than one of thetu lias passed. Hut, if only moo ey enough la seut to pay up arrearage, or less, ft must ho at the rate...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 4 September 1874

TELE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND ITAMILY NEWSPAPER. .St. Johmbury, Vt September 6, 1874. PRODUCERS AND NON-PRODUCERS. Were llitrn no merchants or no tradesmen In St. ilolitisbury, whero witnltl tlicy find a inuiket lor thufr products? Koducu your liny incrciinnis io iuii or 10 one, nnil you POLAND DEFEATED. NO CHOICE. Tho remit of tho vole on Tuesday in Ibis district was a defeat of Poland such ns ho will not recover from. It in but natural to presume, that tho Poland ring, however, will not willingly givo up tho fight yet, but will ral ly with tho war-cry, "Anything to beat Den ison," and probably JuJgo Wheeler will bo brought to the front ns their candidate for this purpose It is ircnorallv understood likewise rodneo tho opportunities or ready ",,s l'ufI0- genorai.y unucrsroou siilo mid fair ftca$. Citizen, that Wheeler wan Poland's candidate) for his Here is wisdom. Thcro are a certain number ol farmers whoso produce- comes to St. Johusbury. They produco a certain amount ...

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