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

THE VERMONT JTAKMER : AN AGllIOULTtJIlAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johmbury, Vt., September 6, 1874. J'olct .tbout Town. Head Huntley's ad. Hot. K. 0. CummliigJ u to preach at tho North Church next Sunday. Kvorylliuijr, was harmonious and pleasant nt tho election in St. Johnsbury, Tuesday. Several pcoplo havo 'inquired what had hocomo or tho Caledonian's bulletin boird. They generally put out one when there is an election. Mips Stella J recti, now or Lowell, Mass , Inst her portmotmaiu in St. Johnsbury, last Tuesday, contaiuing 8-0 In money, ' IT left at this oflico it will reach its owner. John C. Paddock was chopping, Saturday, when a stick flew up and struck him In tho oyc, hurting him considerably though prob ably Dot permanently injuring tho eye. Tho Messrs. Laird hare built a granito shop on tho railroad grounds south of Mil lar'a paint shop, an J aro working granitu in it. Their old shop is to bo nuved over by tho sido of the samo, mid tho marblo busi ncss goes with it. Tho p...

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

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ittxntxxxt. CIBXTLY Sr.EKPlMO. IT ORiCE ATHItTO. 8ltr rose letrei o'er her pillow, For she sleeps the tleep of death i Gently drop the broken roio bud's (lently ei yon breaths your breath, aether IIIIh from tU valley, lly the river', silent bed i Btrow them toWy, iwootly, tadly, On Uie ooflln of Uie dead, Uather the flowere, pearly whlto Like the robe a the anjels wceri Wreath thero roftly and tender.)', O'er the brow to pure and fair, rile the flowcrt higher, higher, On thli Jeweled catkot lowi Hut the Jewell of life and thought llae flown, and It'i empty now. Oat all the flowen that we bring Are bat emblems of tho way To the bright, celettlal city, And the rcalmt of endteu day. Then ttrew them toftly, tenderly Let the air teem floating down With flowers our handi hare gathered, While the ctupa her (tarry crown. Dtriaa Rural. TUOL'T 1'ISIIIXO. 'Tit twenty yeurt. Do you remember When, boy and girl, we ttole Ute tklDT, And we...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 11 September 1874

VERMONT FARMER. A.3ST A.C3-K,iaxjxJxuDa.Xi jtstjd jiaixxrsr istewspaper pob the e.tje.a.XjIsts or tub gk.bb3st dmcoxjistt-A-Ihst state. VOL. IV.--NO. 41. ST. JOUNSBUBY, FKIDAY, SElTEMBER 11, 1874. WHOLE NO. 107. Uni.lSIIKII WKF.KI.V. ST. .TOIIA'SUVUW .IT It. OUMMINQS, Publlshor & Prop'r. WM. n. WHEELER, Editor. Term. --Ono copy, per annum......... 8J.30 If palil strict! In nilrnnce,, 'J. (10 No V-pr ill-ennllnuM until .11 arrearage! .is akl, except at tho option or tlis publishers. W. tle.lre tliat nit suWctll'crs tliouM .end tliolr par m.nU Ulreotly to us, tn.ten.1 rr waltlotf fur an agent to ell, or hamtfnir tUetn to n tlilnl purty who It apt to aeiay tending mem. raitsin : unneoesarv corrertMind eaee In luohlnc th.m uu. When lent itlrcctlv to ur. li.W will pay Torn year Ifnot noro tian luilf the year haa elapsed, and $1.11 will pay for two year. Ifnot e tn.m up. wnon soni uirccii lorn year IT nut noro tian hair nd $U) will ay for two ycai mora than ono of them haa patsetl. Hu...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 11 September 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. feliS"" f$"r St, Johnsbury. Vt., September 11, 1874, A WHOLESOME LESSON. TIiO republican party lias eo long been dominant in Vormont that it hap grown rather reckless. Feeling Mira (hat tho label "regular republican nominee" would carry any man safely through nn election tn tho Mate, tho rings who controlled tho caucuses have considered it safe to nominato their most convenient tools, without regard to fit ness for oflico or acceptability to tho people. Things change iu Vermont as well as elso Vfhcro. Tho most decisive victory of tho pcoplo over ring and party rulo last week wan iu Mr. WlllatMl ought not to havo been defeat tho congressional election in this district. "KntnSS It was a well-known fact that tho majority of Iho voter,, ever. wi.l.Sn il, nW! - - "i party, were livedo to tho re-election of Mr. Poland, hot .l,,l ,! 1.n nmdrnl n,o.n. nnd conventions in the district considered him tho most useful tool they had, and t...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 11 September 1874

THE VERMONT JFARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Bt. John.tmry, Vt, September 11, 1874. .Vol ci lbont Town. Huntloy's ad. ia about sheep, llo has a few loft. Strcetcr, too, has something loiy about lower prices. Sco ad. Mr. Don, who wait so badly scalded last winter at tho scalo works, died of dysentery last Sunday morning. Tho Portland street bridge is so nearly finished that travel now goes over it. It will bo a capital bridge. Whoever found a black, red trimmed lap robe about tho passenger depot last week will oblige by returning it to this office or to Mr. Lucas. llev. H. 0. (Jammings will preach at the State .IVirs. THE STATE ELEOTION. Tho stato fair opened at Rutland on Tues day, kiid oloscs to-day. A report of it will bo given noxt week. Tho Watchman has an editorial of over a column uu tho defeat of Poland, for which the responsibility of tho proprietor of that paper is disclaimed in tho tirat paragrnpn. Wo don't blame him Tor not wanting to bo held responsible fo...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 11 September 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. MCA It MM! TO l'HAY. Kneeling fair In th twilight gray, A Lnutlfut tli I I.I to trying to titty i II ta check on hit mother'i knee, III. tare lllllo feet half hidden, Ilia nnllo still coinlnK unbidden, Ami lila licnrt brim (till of glee. "I want to laugh. It It naughtr t ay Oil, mamma t I've litil such fun to-day, 1 hardly can sy my ryeri t don't feel just llko pra) Ing, I want to bo out doort pit) In;, And tun all undressed donn italrt. "I can rto tlio flowers In tlio g.rdon bed Shining tu pretty, and aoet, and red And Sammy la .winging, I guess, Oh I vcr) thing la to line out there, I want to put It all In my prayer. (Do j mt mean 1 can do It by 'Yea P) "Wlicn I any, 'Now I lay me,' word for word, It se.mt to me aa If nobody beard, Would 'Thank you, dear Uod,' be right I Ho gave mo my mamma, And paa, and Sammy Oh, mammal you nodded I might." Clasping lila lianda and hiding Ida face, Unconscloutty yearning Tor help and grace...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 18 September 1874

VERMONT FARMER. A.3ST A.C3-DRiaXJXiT"CTIt-A.Xj -AJSTD -A-avCIXTST NEWSPAPER IFCm THE P-TJP,-A.XjISTS OP TUB 30TJ3STT-A.I3ST STATE. VOL. IV.--NO. 42. ST. JOHNSBTJRY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1874. WHOLE NO. 108. K2.V I'UIIMSIIKH WKKKI.Y, it st. .roir.YSitunw rr. ROYAL OUMMINGS, Pub'r and Prop'r. WM, H. WHEELER, Editor. Trm0no copy, pr annum, .itf,2An If paid itnetly In nlvanc .... .....'J.00 No impcr (llnoontlnnM until nil nrre antgci rt paid, except at the option u( the imMlohor. Wo deslro that all i utadrtheM nhouM rend their pay ment! directly to us, Instead cf watting for an agent to call, or handing them to a third party who li apt to delay tending them, raining unnecessary correspond ence In looking thtjm up. When tent directly to u. will pay tor a year If nut nore than half tlie year lias erapedf and 11.00 will pay for two yean If not ey enough la pent to pay up arrearage, or lew, It moat be at the rate of $.1.50 por year, or lit oenU per month t except In cute of an understandin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 18 September 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. tSLl St. Johnsbury, Vt September 18, 1874. ADVANCE PAYMENTS. Willi tin beginning of tho now reir nj Die adrent of Hit now posUico Imt, which will require publishers to prepay (lit iiotUga on til papers rent out of tho county, llio Vtuuost Farms. will enter upon Uie P'lii-AilTance System, tUtof roqulrlni rajmMd in ailtaneo upon Ml sub scriptions, nn.l nf stopping, nil papers when the time palil for hai eiplred, unless a renewal li made. Thli system enables us to rceolro subscriptions In Cubs, nt toducoil ruler, without the objection that oxlst under tho credit system. The subscription rates will therefore bo as follows, horcafter. Term I Invariably In udraneo Post paid after January 1, 185. Ono copy, per annum W.M Four copies 7X0 Nix copies,... lO-ft) Ten copies, . ICOO A club may be composed of either old or new sub scribers, but old ubtcrlben must pay up arrearspes In order to loin a club. Arrearages may be forwarded throu-....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 18 September 1874

THE VERMONT EABMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnrtury, Vt., September 18, 1874. .Voles tbout Toirn, llio Catholic church reopens In tho now school liouso tho lint week in October. Tho first concert or tho llaplist lliblo pchool nt Summcrvlllo took place last Hun day, and Vvhh qui to a successful affair. Messrs. Uco. Aldrich fc Co. firo adopting tho cash plan or doing business, and vro ro joica to sco it. Head their notice John 0. Spencer, of (Joiicnrd, has sued tho town for. 8-00 damages to carriage- by falling oil tho bank near Mr. Cheney's,, on llnihoad Street. Charles Wheeler, who was injured somo months ago, and received paralysis of tho body, has so fur recovered as to bo nhlo to sit up, and bis recovery is quite probable Tho clay bank back of tho Church of the Messiah is being dug away and carted to tho Portland Street dump, to hold down tho sand that has already been placed thcro. Arthur llynn, formerly of I'nssunipsic, was thrown from a carriage in liostou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 18 September 1874

Sitcrafjmrjc. OAJ I FOIUlKTt 0 Imtr quickly Hit rammer' fsdtd, Before It reached Its re nlth height i Tlie sun for mg li dark o'erclondod- Tho stars Into rank In dark midnight. Tho summer days, how long and lovely So Ml ofblrds' songs, light and free i They twine around my heart so dearly ( Are there no more like these for me t 0 how quickly the ltatca are rustling, All crisp nml tear beneath my feet. The varied shade of autumn'a tlntini Ale passing now, mine eyea tu greet, The shade of night nro 'round me galli'rlng At noonday time my tun haa ret i j no sun snino mrougii a veil mat's Clouding nut, oh I can I can I-forgct I t)trtg RtireK VOOTRTKPS ON TIIR OTIIKIt SIIIK. "And when lie (aw hi in he passed hy on the other side." -Me 10. 31, How many weary pilgrims lie And watching wait, and waiting sigh, For flops that nerer wander nigh. Hut pass upon the other tide l l'or steps that trampled heart and train And made their lives a lingering pain, And passed and nerer rame again Iiuet f...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 September 1874

VERMONT" FARMER. . .V -A.3ST A-C3-IliaXTXiTXJS.-A.Ij FAMIL-Y' NEWSPAPER FOE THm P,XJP,A.XjISTS OF THE 0-E,EE3ST ZSOXJ3Sra?A.I3ST STATE. VOL. IV.--NO. 43. ST. JOHNSBTJRY, FKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1874. WHOLE 3STO. 199. l'Ullt.ISIIKI) -WKF.KI.Y. st. .roirjwstiujer. .ir ROYAL CUMMINQS, Pnb'r and Prop'r. WM, H. WHEELER, Editor. THIt.US, Alwity. In Ailrmirr. On. copy one jdr. In single wrapper! or bamltes, $2.f HI i months,.... I.nu Three inuulhs, on trUI CO Cluti llnlti. Four eopiei one jeir, to separate addresses,." K.00 Mi eopfe 10.00 Teneoplea, I Mil Twenty copies, and one free to tlio olub agent,, 3i.00 United States )KiUgo will bo paid by the publisher after January I, 1873. Money should by sent by postal money order, pay able to Hov.lL CUMMisas, ur by register.! letter, ami when sent In either of tlicso ways the safe trans tnlsrion will be at our risk. A money order for $10 or less costs but no centt. llc-itMrutlon fee. haro teen reduced to oiglit centi. Money sont by ordinary letter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 September 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. y ........... i r?it An4-tu St. Johnibnry. VI., Septcmbor 25, 1874. ADVANCE PAYMENTS. With tha Winning tif tha newvesr and tha silrent of the new postage lw, which will require publishers to prepay th postage on all papers vent cut ol trio ,V, UIO TBRHU.1T I4IIH mil cu.si hcvh nm l'nyln-AilTiince System, paid, for liaa eiplreu, unless a renewal it inane and protection from tho extortions of capital anil tho machinations of financial nod politU cal rings, tho condition of tho laboring class es can bo clovatod bo that the laborers trill command respect from tho "professional classes" at other times as well as in llio week beforo election. llialof reqnlrlnc rayment in adraneo upon nil sub scriptions, and of (topping all papers when th lime Tlli arifom Anftfilm ns (a rnselrf, suhsertntlon In Cuius, at reduced ratos, without the objection that cilit under the credit system. The subscription ratet will therefore be as followi, lic...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 September 1874

THE VERMONT EAHMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnsbury, Vt., September 25, 1874. .Voir .Itiout Totrn. Stale iYrw. stxao tho fracas at tho loJeo room In Uolvl it 11 iu. i . . i .' J dcro, an attempt had been tnndo to burn tho ji. i . iiiuvu, Kvuurui Buncnnicnuimi oi -i..'i. .i - t nt. it.. i.'..i: t it. i vmriBiiuu riiurcn lit mu uuuoiian. no uiu uuumi ijaDiuiu jwiumiy, nun roinovcu MS Tho pcrtonal properly of (lio lalo K. (J. Vnughan is to bo sold at auction noxt Tues day. Sco nd vt. McLcod has just filled an order for flour from thn gringo at Kist Charleston, at prices which suit them. Col. Jlead oilers somo Boo stock for salo. Hoe ad, further particulars regarding his stock can bo found in tho report of tho stato nnd other fairs. A littlo child or Kdmund LayGcld fell from a doorstep somo throo or four feet, Monday, nnd seriously hurt his arm. It is not broken, but is as yet useless. The 1', fc 0. railroad company have com. plctcd tho permanent bridge across Mooso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 September 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. FAITH'S WOWIKH. "Saw ye beside all rraten i" Thus Hit world'! order ran, In clear, pljln, thrilling accent.., From tlit Croat Husbandman. And forth the laborers started, In the glad mornlng-tlde, KmIi irltli an unieen angel Continuing at his tide. Tho morning gun was gloaming, The earth loo lit I froth and fair, Tho flcldi wero hroad and beauteous, Theto wero the laborers' euro, And aa llicy sowed, tho angol Wroto wllli unerring pen, Upon a page eternal, Hood scattered whero and when. The day u short, the eronlng Cnrno hurrying on apace. Mark, now, tho trumpet calling Koch from hit separate placo. With full, ripe, golden bundles, Somo of the laborer) come, With shouting and rejoicing, llrlnglng their harvest! Iiotno i Whllo other' corno full sadly, Thinking of pain and cost, Hut empty-handed, deeming Their lahora must I") lt, Tho sheaves aro thrown together, Koch at the Master'! feci. Nono knnweth who hath gathered, Or whethe...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 2 October 1874

VERMONT FARMER. 1, . .AJN" IF-A-IX 3STB"WSPAPER FOB THE HXJ-A-XjISTS OP T-EHE33 GKElEEIIXr nOXJTu-IKT STATE. VOL. IV.--NO. 44. ST. JOIINSBURY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1874. W-HOLE NO. 200. I'UM.IStlKP WKKKI.Y. S T. .TO IIA'S It It It .f 7 "rr. ROYAL OUMMINQS, PuVr and Prop'r. WM. II. WHEELER, Editor. TKI1.1I8, Al-traya l Aitvaiiire. One cony on year. In tingle wrappers or Imnillet, $'1.00 Hlx months I." Tlireo months, on trial GO Chili llntrs. Four copiti ono Vtar, lo separate adilrme K.0O Klx COpfM... I0.IU Ten copies, . ! Twenty copies, anil one free lo llio club agent,. 3.1.01) United Ststes poslago will be paid by the publisher after January 1, 1873. Money should by rent by postal money onler, pay able to IIotal Cvuxisns, or by reglitorwl Liter, and wlun sent In ellber or tlieso way the rare trins mlislon will lie at our risk. A money onlrr for $10 or less custs but lire ccntf. Re glutratlun fool hart been leduceil to eight centi. Money tent by ordinary letter will seldom fall to rea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 2 October 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnsbury, Vt., October 2, 1874. ADVANCE PAYMENTS. With Hie lientnnlnjr of Iho new rear ami the adreni of Iho now postage law, which will rtirulro publishers to prepay (ho postage n alt papers tent out of Iho county, uio v krho.it r arm an win enier upon luo I'n)-ln.ilTiiir(i Ny-stem, that of requiring t a) rr.fr, t in ailranco upon all sub scriptions, and of flopping all import when the thno paid for lias expired, unless a renewal U inade. This system enaMcs ns to rotclre ulcrttlorn In I'l l us, nt reduced rates, without tho objection that oxist nntler the credit system. The subscription ratel will thcroforo bo aa follows, hercartor i Terms i Invariably In ndranco roit pahl after January 1. 193. One copy, per annum, (3.00 Four copies, 7.00 Biz copies 10.00 Toncoplos I Cm) Twenty copies, ami one frco to cluli agent,.. 31.no A club may ho comimsod of olthcr old or new sub scribers, lmt old subscribers must pay up arrearage...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 2 October 1874

THE VERMONT EARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St, Johnibury, Vt, October 2, 1874. - A'oten About Town. Mr". A. 0. Chndwlck is going to spend the winlor wllli licr daughter in Omaha. Charles l'arkcr, of Hi!t St, Johnabury, oawed two fingers off, Monday, in Curpcu lur's stiop. Tho i'AnMr.it odicd had n very pleasant call on Tuesday from Hon. H, A. Stewart of th6 AVir;r hrjmts. Tho milk men nro up ono cent a quart on milk nud nro drawing their "back pay" from tho Grsl of September. Aro they Patrons? N. 51. Johnson, Esq., of this village, left Thursday morning for South Ackworth, N. II., to attend a reunion of (he Johnson faini iy. A. E. Hanklu and wife left Tuesday morning for Europe. They go by New York to Glasgow, and will "do" tho contl. ncnt beforo they return. Tlioy expect to get borne in May, A. 11. McLcod is still after tho monopo lists, and gelling flour at rates that ouijht to suit thu mot exacting granger. Ho sells tho best ol flour, too. You cau see Ins prices i...

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

Wxhxnhxxc. THE VERMONT FARMER : AH AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. OVKtt TIIK WAV. There's a dear little vine-clad cottage, Anil, near It, a church-yard old, Whero a strong man lies 'neath the willow, For he wiu ihul oat In the eokl. 'Twas it hitter, cold night when he entered The tavern Just orcr the way i 'Twei cold when he fell on the doorstep, Thro' the dark midnight to stay. Within, there was warmth nnd a plenty, They wolcomed, and then drore him away', Tor the lire In lite brain cot them money, And ho lied brought nothing to pay. There's n light In the Tine-clad cottage, A cad heart awaits hie return t Hut, oh' while the lamplight l Tiding, Khali tho lamp of life ceoso to burn 1 The wind bloweth cold o'er tho hlllstdo, Tho morning li dismal and pay i Tie huihed-thero I death on the doontep Of llio tarem just over the nay. And tho whom lie once lorcd ami eherlthod Still walli, whon the evenings aro drear i Hollering not but hie dear footstep Un the threshold, tho shall hear,...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 9 October 1874

FARMER tt 1 1 A.3XT .a-tiaXJXiTXJU-Xj A.3ST3D rF-A-IMIIITSr NEWSPAPER FOB THE RXJEALISTS OIF THE GKREEIST rOXJKrT-A.inST STATE. VOL. IY.--NO. 45. ST. JOIINSBURY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1874. WHOLE NO. 201. V E RM 0 N T H I'imUSIIF.ll, WKI'.KI.Y, t. .roiiA'suvnv. ,1T ROYAL CUMMINQ8, Pub'r and Frop'r. WM. H. WHEELER, Editor. TttllMA, Alvvayti In AitrMirr. One eopjr ono rsir, In slhitla nnppen or uiimlltt, tl.no BUmoDtht,'..., .. UJ Three monthi, on trltl CO ' Clull lUtra. Four cuiiirsano Jr, lo scimratt aililrtsse,.... 17.00 Six soplm . 10.W Tenoolo .. I6.l Twenty couIm, iirnl onsj free Ui the club nccnl,. 31.00 United State pufUge wilt b ptd by the publisher rter Jnury I, IS?j. Money liouM l tent ly postal money onler, pay. alilti Ui ItuvAl. Cunkisos, or by rfgl'tcrtsl letter, and whon tent in either of theto wyt the tub tr.tnt uiltslon will tie at our risk, A money onler fur till or lets ctt hut flvo eentt. UficistraHon feet here liton rodueo-l to eight cent. Honey tent hy ordinary lett...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 9 October 1874

St. Johnibury, VtK Octobor 0, 1874. ADVANOK PAYMENTS. Willi tin ticjctnnlnK of the nw ysr and the ail rent of tho new postage law, vihlch will require publishers to prepay the ix.staice on all papers sent out of the count)-, the Vanstosr Farmer will enter upon the IN-lnAitrAiire Rystem, Hint of requiring raymcnt in ailranco npon ell sub scriptions, and of stopping ell papers when the time paid for line expired, unless a renewal Is made. This system enables u to reeelro subscriptions In Class, at reduced rate, without the objection! that exist under tho credit system. The subscription ratei will therefore be aa rollowi, hereafter i Terme I Invariably In advance Pl paid after January 1 , W5. One copy, per annum .. t-i.no Four copies,. ..i 7.1)0 Six cople 10.00 Tcnooplos, I C.m) Twenty copies, and one free to club agent,.. 32.00 A club may bo composed of either old or new sub scribers, but old subscribers mutt pay np arrearages In order to Join a club. Arrearages may be forwarded throu...

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