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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 9 October 1874

,THE VERMONT JFABMER : AJS" AGKRJOUXTUKAXi AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. T. vLUUt. 'j!2t -tl44Vu4 Sir" St. Johnsbury, Vt., October 9, 1874. ' JS'olc About Town, Ooraer comes out sovcral tliouraoJ dollar worso than nothing. Truo Tretcott lias bought the livery CM of Mooro, and thus established himself Jo his old quarters. Daniel Strcetcr's littto girl was koockod down aud run over by a horso, Saturday af tcrnoon, but stranga to say was not seriously nurt. Tho next annual convention or tlio state Spiritualist Association will be held hero Oct. 10, 17 and 18. Hoard at tho AvcnUo llouso 81.00 a day. faro ono Way over tho (Jcutral Vermont II. 11. yesterday, Mr. L. 1J. MoOltuloc'k, for merly of tho Netvport Express office, paid tho Faiimkh a short call. Mo. is Pilllnian car conductor between Montreal aud Dosloii, over tho Central Vermont und Northern roads. James Null says ho has been buying sperm oil of a very poor quality from a St. Johnsbury merchant for1 SB.3G- per gafl'oti. lie concluded to ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 9 October 1874

AAAJJ ? xuu.vi x xxxvxyxJKXV : JVAS JSJUrlXLKJL) JU X UXiiVJU JXJXXJ A! iVlVJL.JL.lJX JlN Jli YY -tVX XUJLi. literature. WHO VAS! TO II I. A. tin I Why ni she walling mill watching lliere Watching, alone In tlio ghostly night t Iter form was haggard with grief and carei Iter faco was drawn ami ashen white. Why illi! ah s hudder ami wrlnj her hands, And strain her eyes at the window-pane I There wai nothing In light bnt the sodden lands Nothing astir but Iho wind and rain. Blio nx Hatching tho iiatli that leads from town, Ami listening to hoar her husband's trend bhlrerlng with colli In her tattered gown, And keeping vigil bcsldo her dead. "Oh, tlodl" the pleaded, "If I must hear Tbli weary woe till my heart shall hrealc, In tender compassion, hear my prayer, nd tare my husband, for Jesus' rake! "In happier days he lured me well He wai good and truo In heart and mind, Till, tempted beyond hit strength, he fell, I'lly Mm, Lord, ho Is mad nnd blind 1" Stirring the coals to a fcoblo glo...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 16 October 1874

I ' ... t. A.GmiOTJLTTJTIR.Xi -A.3STX) HPJVUXj 3SJ Jl W SPAPEE FOB THE H.XJUA.XilS'TS OP THE CKR-EEIST 30XJKTT-A.I2Sr STATE. VOL. IY.-NO. 46. St. JOKNSBURY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1874. WHOLE NO. 202. runusiiF.u wiir.Ki.Y. at st. JotiA'suvnw rr. ROYAL OUMMINGB, Pub'r and Prop'r. WM. H. WHEELER, Editor. TKIIMR, Always In Ailne. One eopy one jer, In single wrppers or burntles, H.no Mx months,'....1. .. I.(X) Three months, on trial 60 Club ItMei. Four copies ono jrer, to if rarnto wldressc 17.01 Hlxeoplos, low Tencoplei,.... 16.60 And on. copy Ire. for orery ten. Bnltorl BUites potUgo will be paid liy tlio publlilier after Jaoutry 1, 1873. Money should ly lent liy poUl moey order, pay alile to IUirAl. Cuuulxai, or by registered letter, and when i.nl In either or these ways the xife tranm mission will be at nr risk. A money order (lir 110 or lens ooU but Are eentf. Registration fee. hare lieen reducod to eight centf . Money lont by ordinary letter will seldom fall to rrach us, but we do no...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 16 October 1874

THIS VEJLiMONT IT ARM EH : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnsbury, Vt Octobor 10, 1874. ADVANCE PAYMENTS. With the beginning of ths new year and the advent fir the now postago Jaw, winch will tn iiroray the imstaire in nil pane rtfiulre publishers rt rent out ( the count, me vekmu.it earikii win enter tipon wo rn'-lii-.ilTnee Sfaiem, thai of requiring nrnctt in advance upon nil uh scrlpllons, unit nf stopping Ml papers when the time paid for has expired, unless a renewal Is ius.de. This system enables ns to receive subscriptions In 1'l.irs, at reduced rates, without tho objections that exist under tho credit system. Tho subscription rates will therefore be M follows, hereaReri Terms i Invariably In Kilranco Postpaid nftor January I, IBM. Ono copy, per annum, (3.00 Four coplos, . ". . . . 7.00 Klx copies 10.00 Ten copies, 10.(0 And one copy free for erery ten. A cluti may he composed of elthor old or new sub scribers, but old subscribers mut pay up arrearages lu order to...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 16 October 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johtubury, Vi, October 10, 1874. A'otet ibout Totcn. Dealers arc. offering npnlcs at $3.76 per Mil. J Patrons and Sovereigns get them I'or 2.7d. St. Johnsbnry Is In fever heat over tho arrival of thoso terriblo things, the Sover eigns. PI re. Wiltaril will soli a building lot and somo furniture at auction ou Spring Street, Oct. 17, at ono o'clock. Thoso desirous of securing tho best in. struction in singing should road tho adver tisement or Messrs. May k licane. II. V. Shorey & Co. took tho first premi um, $5, on cottago orgaus at tho Bradford fair, and f farringtdn tho second, Of 83. Strcctcreco'ms to bo living up to his prop osition to sell nt grango prices. Wo notice he offers best men's rubber boots for 83.75. Tako tho' cash to Strcctor's bclbro going else where James M. Wnrncr has shown us a real curiosity in tho shape of n clover root with 400 stalks averaging eight inches long. II that Is a samplo of Mr. Warne...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 16 October 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. $tfcnrtn.i'. For the VlRHOKT FARMER. this nittui.ixa. IT MAT1II LAWRtilCI. Twas In ttio foft and balmy days, of summer, A (drilling (ought our Ion Ureon Mountain not. And folded In IU helplessness Us pinions, And nestled closely to ray weary breast. IU eyes so rail J were Ilk Ilia liluo of heaven Bo Innocent and luro, an clear and bright I lti rolce ww like the muslo of the rephyra Tliat softly float among the treoi at night. Mo sweeter bint e'er iproad Its tiny plnloru To fly to earth to choer a lonely nest, And glad to greet It here, and bid It welcome, Thl blrdllng, from the region of tlio bleit And at I hold It eloe upon my bosom I thank thee, Father, for tho Mossing tent, For well I know that thl iweet little blrdllng 11m not been given, but li only lent. And 1 would atk that wisdom might bo glren mo To teach this blrdllng how to wing IU flight To Heidi of knowledge, and the fruit It gather! Be such as turna tho darknes...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 23 October 1874

1 1 . -A.3ST ufik.ca-RiaXJXiTXJK.A.Xj -A-SSTCD FJJsjIXXTZ" JMJj'WSPAPSB FOE THE DRTJK.-AJCilS'TS OP TUB a-UBBOSr IOXJ JSTTu-UST STATE ST. JOHNSBURY, PRID-fesf, OCTOBER 23, 1874. VOL. IV.--NO. 47. WHOLE NO. 203. iJprmrmf 32 rUilUSHEI) WEEKLY. sr. jou.xsnvnw AT VT. ROYAL CUMMINQS, Pub'r and Prop'r. WM. H. WHEELER, Editor. TERMS, Always Ik Ailvancf. Ods eopjr on ur, In slngl wrappers or bundlts, 2.no HI i month, I.W Three months, on trial CO Cl"b KMC Font oopioi one ysar, to etpirst addresses,, 17.00 Six copies...... ' I0.UU Ten copies, 1S.M And one copy froo for every ten. All paper, (topped when the aubtorlpMon paid for hu expired. United Btatei pottage will he paid by the publisher alter January 1, 1871. Money should by lent by postal money order, pay able to RorAL Cdhuixos. or by reitlsterM fetter. and when lent In either or these wayt the iafe trano mliilon will be at our rlik. A money order Tor $10 or less cot u uui lire eon. jieKisiraiion lees mvo been reduced to eizht eefita. &...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 23 October 1874

THE VERMONT EARMEll : AN AG-RIO ULT URAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnsbury, Vt., Octobor 23, 1874. Vrosont Olrculiilloii, .'$552. ADVANCE PAYMENTS. With (he leulnnlm of the new vosr unit Ihe ailrent of (he now postaiio w, which will require publishers propnr me poswKo n an pnr-crs seni om 01 i nty, (he Vmmoxt Farmer will enter upon (ho (n prcpn; he postage on all papers rent cut of the Pity-ln-Ailrance System, that of requlrlne Moment in adrance upon all mix scrituions, aim m siopimdk an papers wnen wu, iime liAhl ror nas expireu, unices a renewal u inaae. This vstetn enable ns to rccolro subscrtntlons In CLIP., at roduood rates, without the objections (hat tut unnerwiecrcuii system, -ino suoscripiiun rates will therefore ho 01 follows, hereaReri Terms l Invariably In udvaneo Poll paid after January li 1973. One copy, per annum,. t'2M Pour copies, 7.00 8lx copies 10.00 Ten copies, 1G.&0 And one copy freo for every ten. A olnh mav he oomnoscd of either old or new sub scribers, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 23 October 1874

THE 'VERMONT FARMER: AN AaRlOOTiTURA and family newspaper. St. Johnsbury, Vt., October 23, 1874. JVotc tlbout Toicn. Head A. SI. Cook & Co.'a notices, Bny they won't bo undersold. Tlity Head Geo. Aldrich & Co.' ad. Thoy seem to liavo reached nbout tho bottom on prices. A. II. MoLeod Is selling corn nt $1.10 per buthcl and meal nt $1.05 per bushel, ceo ad. Jlov. P. N. Grangor gave a tflmperanco leoturo to a Full liouso at tho South Church Sunday evening; Eighty-three) applicants wore balloted on and accepted by St. Johnsbury Council, S. of I., Monday evening. Tho house on Ilonico Fairbanks' ground opposito tho South Church is being removed to A. D. l'iko's lot on Spring Street. AVo notice A. II. l'erry, Esq., formerly superintendent of tho Conn. & Pitas. It. 11., on tho street to-day looking halo and hearty. Tho tpirilualUts hold their stita conven tion in Avenue Home hall Friday, Saturday nud Sunday. Tho convention was very suc cessful. John Johnson, of St. Johtnbury Cen...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 23 October 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Tot the Vermont Fannin, tiik pnizi: Ki.ownn. All iiy there hail rnorcd, thro' the dnit of the street, Chaise, coaches, hone wagons, and hurrying feet Twas the first great day of our annual fair, And the whole outside world and Beecher were there, While specimens One both In nature and art Made a page of fair pictures, reprinted In part. Before to much beauty spread out In array, Such handiwork, iklll, and artistic display, Such lorely designings, and finishing rare, And luch wondrous products In nature were there, "How practiced the eye," 1 aald, "that can tell The fairest, the heat, when to many excel." When night's pondrous Roto that ne'er backward swings Had shut out the day, and all beautiful things Were slowly fading from memory away, Like the mushroom that springs In a night from decay There rose up beforo me a vision bright And fair as the morning, a blossom In white. Fall blooming ami (resli from Its natlro bower Was...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 30 October 1874

1 1 1 r m ft ft t -A.3ST A.GteiaXTIjTXJ'H.Xi IF-AII" KTEWSPAPBR JFOtt THE KTJIR.-A.XjISTS OIF THE GKRBEISr OXJ3SrT-A.I3ST STATE. VOL. IV.-NO. 48. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1874. WHOLE NO. 204. rUnMSIIF.1) WEEKLY, ALT ST. JTOtlA'SBVJti; VT. ROYAL CUMMINQS, PnVr aatt Prop'r. WM. H. WHEELER, Editor. , , TEUMS, Alirays In AilTKiice. On eopy one Tear, In slnzle wnppen or bundles, fi.tG Bit months,;,...' .. .00 Tares months, on trial CO Clnli ltMrs. Four copied one rear, to aeparaie addresses,,,.. 17.00 six eoplM . 10.00 Tenooptea,.. ,..........,. IS.W And one copy free for every ten. . All papen stopped when tiie subscription paid for has expired. United States pottage will be paid by tbe publisher after January 1, 1875. Ifoney should by tent by postal money order, pay able to Hotal CDxtUrias, or by registered letter, and when sent In either of these ways the safe trans mission will he at our risk. A money order for 10 or less costs but flro cents. Registration fees hare been re...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 30 October 1874

THE VERMONT EAKMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnibury, Vt., Ootobcr 30, 1874. I'rescnt Circulation, 3000. ADVANCE PAYMENTS. With Mis beginning of tlio new year tnd Uis adrent cf the new pottage law, which will require publishers to prepay (he postage on all papers rent oat of the county, the Vkrmomt Finnan will enter upon the P)-lii-AilTinte System, that of requiring fayment in adranco upon all sul ncrlptlon. and or stopping all papers when the time paid for hai expired, unlet a renewal U mailt. Thta system enable us to recelrs tutorlpttons In Class, at reduced rates, without the objections that sxlit under tho credit system. The subscription rates will therefore be as follows, hereafter Terms t Invariably In adranee Post paid after January 1, 1973. One copy, per annum,... $2.80 Four copied, 7.00 Blicoplos ' Tenooploa, And one copy fteo for every ten. A club may bo composed of either old or new sub scribers, but old subscribers must pay up arrearages In order to l...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 30 October 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Bt. Johnibttry, Vt, October 30, 1874. Voft rfbottt Totcn. Hius-IkiII is wlmt tlioy cftll It In St. Johns bury ,iYtt iVe. Tho editor of tbo Free Press reads tho Caledonian. On account of tho Quarterly Meeting, thcro will bo no preaching at tho l'reo Dap tist hall next Sunday. Examination of teachers to teach in the town of St. Johnsbury, at Union School building to-morrow at 9 a. ro. Messrs. A. M. Cook & Co., havo shown us a samplo of their coflco that is good enough for us. Seo advertisement. Very good communications frequently go into tho wasto basket, simply because tho writer will not trust tho editor with his name. Tho Poland men had a littlo caucus hero Tuesday, in which it was stated that Poland was suro of COO majority in Orango Court ty ! So is Jeff Davis. Tho joint committeo of tho grangos and councils will hold a meeting at Orango Hall, Oct. 31st, (to-morrow,) at 7 o'clock, p. m. Wo desiro tho preseuoo of all m...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 30 October 1874

THE VERMONT JTAHMER : AN AGRIOUXTUBAL AND EAMXLY NEWSPAPER. WANTED. We presume the following lines, which are clipped from Ilia lloiton Cultivator, would apply to ton oon grogatloni near home i Wmtwl, a pastor ftr a Dock, A score of miles away, Who writes two termoni In a wetk, To proach on 8abba(h day, It would bo well for htm It lie A married man appears i Bite likely thero will trouble bo, Among the thoughtless dean. A graceful, polished pertonnrr, A magisterial way, Not what ho Uncut, but what can till, Ai many people ray. Lot lore bo ttampod upon hi face, Humility hll robe, And add to erery other grace, The patience of a Job. Bo may lilt wordi like heavenly dew The fainting toull Inspire, And bring repentance to the pews, And peace unto the choir 1 , my MOTiircit'B mur.ic. This book Is all that's lea me now Tears will unbidden start i With faltering lip and throbbing brew 1 press It to my heart. For many generations past, Here Is our family tree My mother's hand this Mule clasp...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 6 November 1874

Hertttotit 1. (. f . - - . " " r , 1 W II Matthews 1jan7" uft.3ST A.Q-S.iaXTIiTXJK.A.Xj -A-ISTID IF.A.nUEIXTS- NEWSPAPER IFOIR THE RXTRALISTS OF TUB GHRBHIKr OTJIsTT-A-UST STATE. VOL. IV.-NO. 49. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1874. WHOLE NO. 205. PUDLISUED -VVEKKLT, at1 st. .roiiA'suvm. rr. ROYAL CUMMINOS, Pnb'r and Prop'r. WM. H. WHEELER, Editor. TKTIMS, Always ta Ailrunt. On. eopy ona ar, In ilngt. wrappsrt or bandits, I3.no Bll months (00 Thrta inonthi, on trial, Club Hut... Tour eopltt one rtar, to teparata addreitei 17.00 Slxeopfas 10.00 T.noopjM, IW And on copy free fur evtrjr ton. All papsrt atoppad whan the subscription paid for haa expired. United Blates postals will be paid by the publisher after January 1, 1875. Money should by tent by poatal money order, pay able to ItoTAL t'tWHIxas, or by reslslerwl letter, and when Kent In either of theae ways the rafe trans mission will be at our risk. A money order for 111) or leM eoeU but flro eenta. Registration feaa hava been...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 6 November 1874

THE VERMONT JFAKMEtt : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St, Johnsbury, VL, November 0, 1874. Present Circulation, IJGOO. ADVANCE PAYMENTS. With beginning of tlie new yoar and Uie advent Thrco thousand or tlio better class -of frccdmcn havo mado application for passage to tho colony thin year, nnd very many of these aro unablo to pay their passage Americana from tliolr and it is no moro than justlco that Amcri cans should pay at least a portion of tho ex MvWnW POMOof returning such of them ns choose JtutS& 10 rclur"' Tlli9 colonization society arc cicty. Contributions or letters "of inquiry should bo addressed to J. K. Converse, Uur lington. INDEPENDENT VOTING. Pxv-iii.Aiirnuce Nviieni, endeavoring to do, and they ask contnbu. aWJSKSffi Si'$SZ?3S&lS& o from all who feel disposed to aid tho I wnt-L TS tfininpnt ftHO frt nl flirt tiiaoftrtA Tlil svstem enahlos us to rccelro subscriptions In 1 . . . ' . ' Di.nni. lit rnlucotl rates, without tho oMecCions that I of all c...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 6 November 1874

THE VJSBMCXNT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. mm Jill St, Johnsbury, Vi, Novomber 0, 1874. A'otr 'lbotit Totril. Tho Catholic school Is supplied with now books. Tim sixth chapter of Lamentations tho last Caledonian. Tho Oatholio fair nt tho town hall wasil very successful, clearing a net profit of about 8850. llowen is a first-claps barber and docs his work chcapet than ony other man in town. He (rets about all ho can do in consequence. H oraco ltaiidall,of Olover, has purchased n ball' interest in tho sash, door nnd blind manufactory nt PaddocksVillago for $5000. John U rook s has been putting in a naw forgo and othorwiso improving bis black smith fhop at tho Center, to tho tuuo of about 8150. Tho l'crloy Stono furm. across tho river from tho fair ground, has been bought by O. J. Humphrey. Curtis Humphrey, of Coati cook, 1'. Q., will occupy it for tho present. S. A. Goss. whoso samples of penmanship havo attracted so much notice' at tho county fair, in tho post offic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 6 November 1874

THE VERMONT EARMEIl : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Xitcralurc. TUB MTTLH nOItlN. Al I at at tny window thli (Tinlng A robin cam flying llongt Then he hopjttJ and he twittered then ohtrplng lie tang me k beautiful ong. lie sat on a roso-buih o ilsnder, Al he pound forth his beautiful lay i Then knottier he sang, end sat singing, Al If he Intended to lUiy. On a sudden, hll bright eye dlKorered A cord which the roie-bush coifllned, . , 'Oh, ho I " though the robin, "wfiai iortun t How nicely ray neit will be lined I TWl cord. Il just what I wanted, To put In ray dear tittle nest, 1 will tee If t cannot untie It, Or break It yet, that woutd be belt." And he fluttered, then worked away bravely, Hut finding he did not lucoeedj He sang a iwect tone for a moment, Then worked away brarely Indeed, He pulled again, nerer despatlng, Then res ted once mora from hll work, Then at It again he went strongly, And broke It at lait with a Jerk. . Then off to the tr-tree so ihady My robin flew...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 13 November 1874

jPtfiltOtt f,' ' -. avmtx fie- . . r II' 7 jftL.a-ioxjXiTXJiiA.L .3srr rnvriXi" hewspaper for tub ir.tjdr-a.XjIsi's o:f tub gkekbejst nvroxrnsrTiisr state. VOL. IV.--NO. 50. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1874. WHOLE NO. 206. I'UIII.ISllKH WKF.Kt.Ti .it st. .wottA'suvm; vr. ROYAL CUHMIROS, Pub'r and Prop'r. VH. H. "WHEELER, Editor. TKUMS, AITy I" Atrsiee. Oneeopjr ehe rear, In tlnjle wrappere or bandies, l.fO Blimoothe, ' Three months, on trUI, " Club Hates. Fear eonief on. year, io separate allrete iT.OO 8lreopf.,.... ToolV.. 16.50 Anil ono copy free fur very tn. All papers stopped when Ilia (ubicrlptlon pahl for has expired. Cult.il Slate postage will I), paid by the publisher after January 1, 1873. llon.y should by tent liy postal money order, pay ahle to llorAL CnxuLtas, or by registered l.ttor. and when sent In either or those waya the eefe trn telsllon will bo at ear rlak. A money order for $10 or ten colli lot tire eenli. Registration feef hare liean reduced to eight een...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 13 November 1874

THE VERMONT .FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnsbury, Vt, November 13, 1G74. Prost'iil, Circulation, .'1700. ADVANCE X'AYMEMTS. Willi tho Winning cf llio new year nnd tlio mlvcnt r tits new poitao lw, whlrh will require publishers to prepay tho pestftgo on nil papers sent out of tlio county, llio VititvtoxT Kaiuikb will enter upon tlio Pnj-lii-Aiivitnee) N)-a triu, tli.1t of requlrlm pa merit In ndranco upon all sub scriptions, and of .topping nil paper, when tlio tltno paid fur hat expired, unlcM it rcnowal I. made, Thla h item enaWea ua to rccelro subscription In Cl.riu, lit reduced rate., without tlio objections that oxl.tundertlioeredlt.jrtem. 'f ho ntbsc ration ratea will therefore bo na follow, hercancr: Term. I Invariably In ndranco Pott paid after January 1, 1970 Ono copy, per annum, ...... ....... J.O) l'our copies, -w BIT copies l-m Tcncoplc And one copy frco for every ten. A cluti may ho composed of either old or new sub scribers, tut old rubMrlhera m...

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