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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 13 November 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnalmry, Vt., November 13, 1874. Yotc .lit nut Toten. J'MwarJ Liddcll accidentally broko hU trtn Saturday. Somebody lost somo monoy tho other day. They o n have, it by calling at tho Farmkr office, and describing it. Mr. A. 0. ltabbltt has shown us a hand, solno specimen of the trout from Greensboro lcnd, weighing three pounds and oloren ounce?. ,A . Sinco tho Sovereigns brought in a car load or two of apples at $2.76 per barrel tho dealers bavo discovered that tboy can sell for tho same Tbo Uatholio school opened last week with nbout 15U pupils. All tho common branches aro taught in this school, iu both tbo French and English languages. It is now expected that the next lccturo of tho Y. M. 0. A. courso will bo Riven Friday evening, Nov. 20, by Kcv. V. II. II. Murray, of Ilostou. Subject : " Poverty." Another cash Grin. Ira Harvey has sold his interest iu tho firm of Harvey & Qray, to Mr. Qray, who starts off on th...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 13 November 1874

TH& VERMONT FARMER: AN -AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. KO MJCT IN HEAVKJf. Talking of "sects" till Into ono eve, ( Of tho various dnclrlnos tho saints believe Tint night I tool In ft tronbled dresm By the fll of ft darkly flowing itream, And ft "Churclimsn-' down to tlio river came, When I heard a strange volco call hli name "Oond Fathor, flop I when you crosl thla tide You inuit leavo your robei on the other ildo." Hut the aged Father did not mind, Ami hli long town floated out behind, Ai down to the itream hla way ha took, llll pale handi thplg a gilt-edged book "I'm bound for Heaven, and when I'm thoro I shall want my hook of 'Common Prayer,' And though I put on a itarry 'crown,' I ihould fel cjulle loit without my gown." Then he Axed till eye! on the ihlnlng trak I Hut hli gown wai hoary and held him back And the poor old Father tried In rain, A tingle ttep In tho flood to gain, 1 law him again on the other tide, Hat hli tllk gown floatod.on the tldo And no one askod In ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 20 November 1874

fatvutx 1? InitKcws jan-r, -A.3ST uftk.O-miaXJXi'TTJIl-A.Xj DPA.lCIIjTr 3M Jd W 9PAPBB FOB I?,XJDRA.XiISTS OF THE GKElBBlSr MOTJISrT-A.IlSr STATE. VOL. IY.-NO. 51. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER. 20, 1874. WHOLE NO. 207. vttttvant 1 , rUni.ISHED WKEKLY. jit st. jroMt.vsavnv, VT. ROYAL CUMMINGB, Pub'r and Prop'r. WH. H. WHEELER, Editor. TKIUIR, Always In Advance. Onoeopy ono feu, In single wrappers or handles, $3.n0 HI UlODlllf.. three months, tm trial Clab Hntes. Four copies ono yoar, to npatto addresses,.' rJlx copies Tenooplei, Anil one copy free for erory.ten. 17.00 10.00 16.00 All papers steppod rrhon the subscription ptld for has,explred, United BUlci postago will be paid hy the publisher after January 1, 1873. Money ehould by lent by postal money order, pay able to P.OTAL Cvukixgs, or by registered letter, and when sent In either or theio wayi the saTo treas mission will b at our risk. A money order fur f 10 or less com but lire cents. Registration fees liare been reduced 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. — 20 November 1874

THE VEHMONT .FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnsbury, Vt., November 20, 1874. Present Oirenlution, a700. ADVANCE PAYMENTS. With Hie beginning of tlio newyornil tin ml tent of now pottage law. wblcli will rcqulro ubllrhort to prtly tho imgtftge on nil puticri rent out of tho count)-, tho Vermost FAiutKit will enter upon the l'n)-ln-A(1rnnce SyMtm, tlint cf requiring ritymcnt in nilriinco upon Ml m1- scrip pal.l fur liu expired, unlet a renewal la road. TJill avtem ennhleR 111 to reeelra miltiicrlntlons In Cl.ima, at reduced rate!, without tho objection! that oxl.t under tho credit njiteni. Tho lubicrlpllou rates will therefore to ni follow, hcroartor Term InrarlaUy In udranoo foat paid after January 1, 160 Ono copy, per annum,... $3.00 Four coplei, ... 7.00 Blx copies 10.00 Ten copies 16.W Ami ono corjr fret) for every ten, A club may lo oorupo'cd of either old or new lub--crlben, but old tubecrlbera muse pay mi nrrearaeea In order to Join a club, Arrearages may ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 20 November 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnsbury, Vt., November 20, 1874. Vole tlbout Totcn. Milk brings only four conla a quart io Now York. Qrny, the crocor, has taken tho contract lo carry tho mall botween tho depot and tho i n' pOSl OU1CO. Tho Caledonian sajs that tho billiard and bowling rooms havo boon closed by tho authorities. Good. ' L. 0. Farnham has Sold his farm to Pntnr Harrigan for 81800; 'This farm contained ii acres, and judging by tho pnoo it is a gooa larra. Augustus Sanborn has moved to Chelsea, Diass., whero ho is engaged in tho manulao turo of tho Sanborn Patent plow. His fam lly went on Wednesday. Ward's Block is being so changed that mo goous tn it must bo moved, and strcctcr wants to sell nil tho goods ho can beloro moving, lie tncrctoro will sell right down ai uotwm ngurcs. Varticulars next week. A certain young lady in town sent a prcs cnt to a certain young gentleman residing over tne bridge, ot a neatly worked pcn-wi-per. Tho young ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 20 November 1874

THE VERMONT EARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND EAMILY NEWSPAPER. For the VitnuosT Fa num. VISIONAHY. IT ABtlK 3. iU.rH. I sat nllliln the garden, Upon a rusllo teat, Sheltered by the willow boughs That o'er my head did meet. A thousand flowers of summer, Itlcli, gaudy, modest, fair, Exhaling sweetest perfume, With fragrance filled the air. The summer breete was Mowing, The flowers It gently swayed, And with the graceful branches It oror softly played. I'd read a tale of beauty, Of nymphs and fairy land, Of beings clothed with power, A lorlng,heIplngband. I laid my book beside mo To muse what I had read And watch tho lovely (lowers In tllencobow each head. Long thero I sat thus Idly Thinking of the fairy queen, When tones of distant music Came o'or the air serene. Eager, Intent, 1 listened, The rauslo nearer drew Anil soon tho fairy minstrels Were full within my rlow. Neil came Queen Stab, so lovely 1 almost thought her rain And close behind her followed A numerous gaudy train. They stoppe...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 27 November 1874

DtttlKOItl twsV A txxatx ji fir A3RIOXJIjT?XjflafaiaBl FAIiVEIXy 3STBWSPAFBH FOB THB IRTJIRAXjISTS OF GKREEJST JEQ-grjSrTAIJSr STATE ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1874. . " VOL. IV.-NO. 52. WHOLE NO. 208. runusiir.D wkeki.v, at st. jfou.vsBvnw rr. ROYAL OUMMIHGS, Pnb'r and Prop'r. WM. H. WHEELER, Editor. TKIUIS, Always Advance. Ono oopy eno rear, In .Ingle wrapper, or bundle., J.00 Blxrnonlhs, " ' '" Vo Thr month., on trl.l..;i...y;: Fo.r copies one year, to .eparale addres.es r.00 8u oopfe. "";;;;;;;;;!;;!!!!!!!! Tenco,,,M,Ana onVcopy free for etery ten. All paper, .topped wlien the .ubicrlptlon pall for Urotedlltatei postage will be paid by tho publisher after January 1, 1475. Money .Uould by tent by postal money order, pi bU to noTAb Counsels, or by rerfftered letter, iai when Vent In either of the.e w.y. the ;f. trans ml,km will be at enr rlsV. A money order for 10 or les. U i but "to oen.. nrBlrtr. lonfoe. bar. l,.n to elilit cents. Money .ont by ordinary Wttaf wlll V.ldo...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 27 November 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johmbury, Vt,, November 27, 1874. ADVANCE PAYMENTS. With tlio beginning of the new veir tnd lhe advent of the new pottage liw, which will require publishers to prepsy trie postage on nil ptpen rent out of the county, the Vsruost Farmer will enter upon the ft'rl..Atvtire NyeUm, thnt of requiring pnyucnt In advunee upon all sub scriptions, Bml or (topping all papers when the time pnlil fur hu eiplred, unless a renewal It made. This system enables us to receive luWrlptlom In Clubs, at reduced ratet, without the objection! that eilit under the credit system. The subscription ratci will therefore le at follow!, hereafter i Tcrnii t In rarlably In tulvanco Post paid after January 1,180 One copy, per annum, t'2.m Four copies, 7,00 Six cople 10.0(1 Tcncopten, ... 1C.CO And one copy froo for overy ten. A club may Ik comKsel of cither old or new sub scribers, but old subscribers must pay up arrearare In order to Join n club, Arrea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 27 November 1874

THE VERMONT EABMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEW SPAPER. St. JohHsbnry, Vt,, November 27, 1874. .Vote .Ibout Town. Mr. Kinrio advertises In another column that orJcrj lor fresh meat inay bo left at tho Farmer ofTicc. Tbo Catholic school has just boon sup plied with now books at a coat of bo tween 8150 and '200. Mrs. Livcrmoto Icoturcs hero next month. Oo tho Grst paco may bo found a few cotes of her lectures In other places. Tho Caledonian has been sued by tho "soulless proprietor" for libel. Cat. dou't seem much scared, though, wherein his head is level. llev. .T. II. Marsh tho other day received a Icttor addressed to tho Pastor of tho Cloio Kaptist Church. What Christian charity and brotherly lovo 1 Mr. Uosi's next writing school will bo next Tuesday evening at tho academy. Stu dents admitted at any timo and charged pro rata for what lessons they tulco. Oddfellows' hall will be dedicated next Tuesday, Deo. 1. Henry Clark, 1. 0. M., and II. H. Dyer, P. 0. M., will ho present, and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 27 November 1874

HE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. For tho Verms.ii Fahucr, COAST OP JIA1M'.. A Hess Mioi-e IT J. W. tASO. On (to faitcrn reosl 0 Maine there It Iht wildett nad mosl ieturetque tctntry. The bold, granite hort it teamed and tndentrd in rAe grealett tariety, and guarded by numerout outlying ittandt. Roue and ragged toekt, abrupt precipice, and barrtn tlretchet, alltrnote tcith Ike prtttltnt of Hand beachet. Jit It weird, ne;trange, and romantic. The tcene of thit thortpoem lit laid not many mite away from lb mouth nfthe troutlut Narraguagut river, 0 tan ye bind tho limit with cords, In fetters can yo keep I 0 ran you wall It In with lea, Or lull It fast asleep! Say, can ye Urns IK torrent (low, And prison It In coll! To keep It M it menial low, Surely yo know full welt! We strolled on the wanton shore By luna's light to pale and fair. And nrm In arm trode on before, No cloud of doubt, no thought of caro, Bo jounis, so strong, so full of hope And lore In lis youn...

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

a. . V AQBiaULTITBAL -A.3ST3D rF-AJVEirrsr NEWSPAPER FOB THE RURALISTS OF THE O-REElSr lEOXJnSTTA.iaST STATE. vol. v.-no. i. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDA, DECEMBER 4, 1874. WHOLE NO. 209. 1 , L.,..!9m 1 punt.tsnr.ti wkf.ki.y. st. .roiiA'savm; ROYAL OUMMINQS, Fub'r and Prop'r. WM. H. WHEELER, Editor. TICIIMH, AliTny. Ill Ailraliee. Ono copy ono year, In single wrappers or bundles, 2.i Hlxiaootl I.W Throe monthi, on trial, W Clnli llntci. Four eopiti one year, to separate addresses,.... $7.00 li copies 10.00 Tencoples, I6.M And ono copy free for tTtry ten. All pipers stoppod when tho subscription paid for lias expired. Culled Stales postage will be paid by the publisher altar January 1, 1573. Money should by tent by postal mency ordor, pay. all. to Royal Ci'iimikiw, or by registered loiter, and when sent In either of tbeio waj the safe traas-rnls-lon nlll bo at our risk. A uonoy order fur $10 er leu coll but llvo cents, lustration fees tiaro been reduced to eight centl. Honey sent by ordinary...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 4 December 1874

THE VERMONT JFARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL, AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnsbury, Vt,, December 4, 1874. ADVANCE PAYMENTS. Willi tlio l.oulnnlni.of Iho, new er ami tlie mlrcnt nf the new uottngo law, whlrli will require puMMierj to prepay tlio postage on nil papers tent uul of the county, Uio Vemiokt FarukH will enter upon the Pn'-ltiAtWiire Ryetem, Hint of requlrlne raj mcrt in advanco upon nil sub scrlptlonti, and or itopplnjc all papers when tlio tluio paid for has expired, unlets a renewal Is mode, 'fills rjttem enables lis to receive suWrlptlons In Cuius, nt rrdneed rates, without tlio objections that esk't under the rredlt ejitun. The subsrriptlun rates will tliorefuro ho os follows, lierealter Terma I lavarl.il.ly In advanco Postpaid after January l,ls0 Ono copy, per annum ...... JS.O) l'our copies, . 7.00 BIx copies,. .... 10.00 Ten copies IO.W And one copy freo for every ten. A club may ho composed of either old or now sub scrll'ers, hut old snhscrlhcrs must pay up arrearages In ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 4 December 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johiuliury, Vt., December 4, 1874. .Votf ,-lbout Totrit. Wm. Shanks liai cold his houso and lot nt Summcrvillo to Ins brother James, Six persons were baptir.cil at 1'nddocks V illngo last suiitiny tiy Jiuv. Mr. rotter, Aldrich has returned, but will not have liia trial until after county court. Ho la under $000 bonds. Tcmpcranco Star Lodge- No. lrJO, I. 0. of U. r at. dohnsliury Ucnter, have changed their night of meeting and will meet Tues day a hereafter. "Ned," of tho Avcuuo House, plead guilty to one oflcuso in violation of tho liquor law and paid 810 and cost;, during Aldrich's recent absence. Tho young ladies' missionary sooicly will civil an oyster supper at tho South Church Tuesday eveniug, Dec. 15. Fancy articles suitable, for Christmas gifts will bo for sale. Admittance, 10 cents. 1'). 1. Allen delivered thrco hogs to Dan els, Sylvester & Co., Wednesday, weighing (dressoJ) 532, 444, and 811 pound. Ooodliogs...

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 December 1874

THE VERMONT JTARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. For tha Vuhont FIRHin, A PMCA Mil rilAVElt. T tnt vkt t'ld, "Mtmftrmtt tan nnr htpul dtwn y prayer." TH tat not that prayer li useless, thit onr pleadings shall tat fall, " '1 And that force alone can grunt tit w hut wo ask with out TI1 1 That ur prayers and .heartfelt pleadings for Die tr ine ones we lore Are In rain to lilra that noteth e'en the sparrows fall, above! Man li not a hrnte, lint only hy hrute force can be restrained, That to keep him from destroying lit innst like tho hrute bo chained t No, Ml tout fur good or evil ort will break our conflnei o'er i us. If we bir Mm from tho tempter, vie must lockfore'er the door I No, lio lias a heart that over, howe'er clouded o'er by tin. Is not dead to lore and klndnetit bears tome former I Wlit wlili ni And lio often heari a summons at the partal of hit heart i 'Tl the voice oMlod In warning, "from Ike palk of tin depart I" And that voice, so kind In warning, doth what m...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 11 December 1874

.1 V AQBIOTTLTUBAIi .riXi-ST NEWSPAPER POR THE BUBALISTS OF THE GREEN MOUKTTAIISr STATE. it hi ii ii wmmm... VOL. V.-NO. 2. I'UIIMSUKI) WKRKI.Y. sr. .ToitA'snvnw .IT EOYAL 0UMMINQ3, Pnb'r and Prop'r. WM. H. WHEELER, Editor. TKtlMS, Alwfaya In AAvautu Oneeonrene rear, In single wrappers or bundles, tino Hli inuuths, 1.00 Throe months, on trill CO Club llntei. Four copies one vctr, to separate addresses $7.00 Hlx eople 10.00 Tencoples, 1CG0 And one copy freo fur every ten. All papers (topped when the subscription paid for uss expireu. Halted States postsge MlU lie paid by the publlthcr auer January i, wo. Money should liy Bent by posl&l money order, pay bdi. w nuTAL vuimihus, ur ny resiMenwi inner, and when lent In either uf tlioso ways the af trans mission 1111 bo at our risk. A monoy order fur $10 or lest costs but lire oentf. Registration fcM hare lieen reduced to eight cents. Money Bent by ordinary letter will seldom fall to reach us, bet we do not as- susje me risic. A subscr...

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 December 1874

THE .VERMONT JTABMEB : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEW SPAPJflR. St. Johnbttry, Vt, December 11, 1874. ADVANCE PAYMENTS. With IliolRlnnlnn fif the nw yerml tin ntlront of the new pontage Uw, irliloli will rcqolro puMlnliers In liropny tlio postHRO on all spers ront out of the county, tlio VitniiOMi 1'ARitan will enter upon the In)'-lii-Alviiice Pysttm, thai of rrqutrlng twjrment in advance upon all sub scriptions, and of Hopping all paper! when the time pal l for hat oiplrol, unlets a renewal la made. Thli system enables ui lo recelro subscriptions In Ci.t;n., at reduced rates, without the objections that oxlit under the credit system. The subscription rates will therefore be as follows, lierealteri Terms t Invariably In mlvanco Post paid niter January 1,180 Ono copy, per annum, t J.Ort l-'our copies, . T.00 Hll copies,. 10.00 Tcncoplos, 10.60 And ono copy freo for every ten. A club may be comood of either old or now sub mitters, but old subscriber must pay up arrearages In order to ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 11 December 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St, Johnsbury, Vt., December 11, 1874. Vote .tbottt Town. Odd follows Hall at Avenuo Houso ball fjhristmas ovo. Mr. I. 1. Mtinoon arrived homo from b'u European tour Monday. A Second Advcntlst church was organiiod at Paddocks Villago last week. Wo havo now a church to about 600 inhabitants in lio village. Tho young ladies' missionary society will givo an oyster supper at tho South Church this evening, instead of next Tuesday, as nnoaunccd last week. Thcro wilt bo an antiquarian supper at tho Frco Jinptist hall next Thursday even ing. Grandpa and Grandma will bo there, .-and ii regular old-timo supper. Thq up mail undertook to coma in when tho V. & 0. had right of way here, Tuesday, and tho engine and ono cir wcra thrown from tho track by a switch which was not open for them. No datnago dono but a fow minutes delay. Monday morning Mr. Orny, tho Main Street grocer, found a key broken off in tho door of his grocery. It was w...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 11 December 1874

THE "VERMONT JTARMER : AN AGRIOULWRAL AOT) ITAMIXiY NEWSPAPER. MY UllOTIIRU'S MCTTKI18. (Versos ly VenerablOgWoraan ow Elthty Yean Brother, adieu, 1 mourn tlijr lo.-i, Nor would oppress the tears That fall upon these fided lines, Tlio Intercourse ofyiars. 1 know, tri had Eono bcforo, Thou wonid'sl on words of lain Hare cften lookod, as yearningly As 1 on these of thine. And then In all thy earner! lore, Thou would'st hare pondered o'er Our curly childhood's joyous days, Thoso happy day of yore. They pos"l, and wo In early youth Wero serered, brother dear, Vet otthy lore In alter time, How many proof aro here I 'TU nearly three-rcoro yoar and ten, Slnco theso flret linei from thee, Fraught with rraternat confidence, llare puro delight to me. l'ratcmal conftilenco, how blest The household hand that shares Thla safeguard to aspiring youth, ThU calm to lioary lialrt I Fair In tho clty'i busy whirl, A stranicer, youu, and lone Truth, honor, and Integrity, Wero vlrtuM all tlilno own. Thou...

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

fatvxtt ..,4' -A.3sr ufik.o-iiiaxjijXXJHA.Xi A.asrr) family newspapbb fob the rxjb.a.XjIsi?s of the a-BBEisr 3vcoxj2srTA.i3sr state. VOL. Y.--NO. 3. ST. JOHNSBUBY, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1874. WHOLE NO. 211. runt.isitui) wr.r.Ki.T. JLT ST. .rOflA'SHVJU; t"T. IIOYAL C0MMIN03, Pnb'r and Prop'r. WM. H. WHEELER, Editor. THUMB, Alirny. In Advance On. eojiy one jcar, In alnjle wrapprrs or bundles, 2.m Bis raornn, Three months, on trial Club lint... Four copies one year, to ssparato addresses, 8li copies,.. T.n eopl", . . . 1.00 CO 17.00 10.00 16.W Anci on. wpj IfVV lur ..vtj wit, AH p.pen .topped when the subscription paid for lias expired. United Stales pnstasje Mill be paid by th. publisher n(lr January I, 17.1. lloa.y ahonld by sent by portal ra.n.y order, pay. able to llnrAL Cuxiimn, or 'by registered letter, aid when sont In eltber or thee waya the safe traaa mlxlon will be at our risk. A money order Tor 110 or leta eosle bet Ore eenti. Jlcitlstrallon fees bar. been reduced to eight o....

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 18 December 1874

THE VERMONT .FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johmbnry, Vt., December 18, 1874. ADVANCE PAYMENTS. With tho beginning of ths new year and tin ndrcnt tit tlio new postage law, which will require publisher! to prepay tho postage on all papers rent out ot tho county, tlio Vr.nvio.ir Farmm will entor upon the Pny-ln-AilrnHce Kyilrni, thatof requiring raiment In advaneo upon all sub scriptions, unit nf stopping all papers when the time paid Tor ha expired, unlets a renewal la made. This system enables us to receive subscriptions In Cl.ms, at reduced rales, without tho objections that exlt under the credit eyitom. The subscription rates will therefore to as follows, hereafter Term a I Invariably In ndranco Fost paid after January 1,180 One copy, per annum,. ti.no Four copies, , 7.00 Six copies, 10.00 Ten copies, 1C.W And ono copy frco fur every ten. A club may bo composed of either old or new sub scribers, but old subscribers must pay up arrearages in order to join a club...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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