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

THE VERMONT FAIIMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johmbury, Vt., December 18, 1874. .Valet .Ibotit Town. Midnight mam will bo celebrated at tho Cuttiolio church on Thursday night,' Dec. 21, Tho Oddfellows' fair was a very pleasant and successful nlldir, six or eight hundred people attending. Santa Ulaua has been to 0. J. Houghton's and loft lots of good tilings for tho littto folks, and soma for larger ones. (Jail and seo. Particulars next tveok. Tho Kast 8t. Johnsbury Fanners' Club will hold their Grst regular winter meeting at llurlbut's hotel next Wednesday evening. Ira 0. Smith was eloctod president last weelc, and llusscl Hisloy secretary. Before tho Sovereigns catno, a Qrra on Itailroad street sold ton-pound boxes of ta. bio salt for 30 cents, cash. The Sovereigns now get 120-pound boxes for 12o cents, among tho goods they buy in lijstoo. 1'. 0. Farnham, who bought tho hotel at tho Center a few weeks ago, says ho shall ftcll no liquor, nnd if ho runs a tcmpcranco...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 18 December 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. l'or the Vermont TxKutK, TIIK I.ONd AGO. r OR1CR ATHCRTOft. Tli moonbeams fell so cruel cold Across my path of trackless snow, Tiny bear within their mellow rays No tinted HijhUof longajo. The lonz a jo, that comes to me Like drlnlDg clouds far out at sea. The moonlieams fall ;rot the floor In lines, or palest, purest white, Mirrored within these depths t soe A aoene long faded from my tight. The long ego still paints the gleams Mlrrowed within these stray moonbeams. The long ago has charms for me, Before which pales all present bliss, And none may know what memory brlnrs Within the moonbeams' silent kiss. What treasures of the long ago Only these beams and 1 may know. 0 fairy dream, I start awake, The mirrored depths I see no more, Tlio moon still shines so cruel eold Like glittering steel upon the floor, No more Air me thee stray moonbeams Kail o'er my path, with sollentng gleams. 0 sweetest dream, why should I wake To fee...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 December 1874

ill Cut . t ' Itf'rt ... f ' 0$P iVV 44 4-t Jy .AJNT A.O-IliaXJXi'TTJKA.Xi -A.3STID F-A-IMIirrST ITOWSPAPBR FOB TUB BXTBALISTS OIF TUB GKREEISr 3EOTJ3STT-A.I3Sr STATE. VOL. V.-NO. . ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1874. WHOLE NO. 212. I'UIIMSHKll WKKKI.T. st". .roiM'suvm: IT. ROYAL OUMMINGS, Pnb'r and Prop'r. WM. II. WHEELER, Editor. THUMB, Always) In Artvsmee. Oil copy eno rear, In single wrappers or kundlts, 13.(0 Hlx months, Tlireo months, on trial CO Club Itatui. Four copies one yer, to ecnaralo aiMressoi,.... $r.M Mx copies, . 10.00 Tencopl 16.60 Ami on copy free for tmy ten. All papers itopped when tlio subscription paid for )iaa expired. United Sin ton p.-xUjo will lis paid ny th publisher after January 1, 1373. Money should l.y tent by postal money order, pay W. to HoVAL Ul'UUlMas, or by registered letter, and whon lent In either or these wiyi the afe trans inls.lon will be nt our risk, A money order for (III or less .nits but nro eenti. Registration fees hare been reduc...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 December 1874

Bt. Johnsbnxy, Vt., December 25, 1874. ADVANOB PAYMENTS. With the beginning of (ha new year nd Ui advent of the new posUko Uw, which will require publishers to prepsy Oie postage on all papers lent out of the county( the Vjsruoxt Farxir will enter upon the Pay-lii-Atlraiice System, that of requiring rayment in advanco upon all sub scriptions, and or stopping all papers when the time paid for has tiplrcd, unlets a renewal Is mads. This system enables us to recelra subscriptions In Clock, at reduced rates, without the objections that exist under the credit system. The subscription rates will therefore le as follows, hereafter i Tenne I.l variably In advance Post paid after January 1,1870 One copy, per annum ,. (t.0U four copies, 7.00 81 1 copies........... 10.00 Tcncoples, 10.50 And one copy froe for every ten. A club may be composed of either old or new sub scribers, but old subscribers must pay up arrearages In order to Join a club, Arrearages may be forwarded through the club agent...

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

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND EAMILY NEW SPAPER. St. Johnsbnry, Vt., December 26, 1874. .Vote About Town, Mrs. floss will leoturo in the Y. M. 0. A. courto next week Saturday. An abstract of Mm. Jiivermoro's leoturo can bo' found on tho lirst page. John A. Blocker was taken bleeding at tho lungi Sunday evening. There aro hopes of his recovery but his physician 'says he must Icavo Vcrmout. Tho' Sovereigns aro buying Portsmouth' ribbod, knit unilorshirU for 75 cents., Happening to see. exactly tho fiamo thing 16 a shop wo inquired tho price. It was $1.35 1 0. 1. foster, of Montpolier, advertises twenty tons of Franklin coal lor 810,60 per ton, "boiug the same price as for tho' Lustra wanna stove sizo coal.'' Vhat do'ca ft cost hero, with tho P. k 0. road uncompleted 7 Walker, ofLyndonvillo, has nearly com pletcd n trade for tho unexpired term of Aldrich's Icaso of the Avenue House, but "thero's many a slip 'twixt tho cup and the lip," especially !n making a trado with Aldric...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 December 1874

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. For tha VinuotiT Firhir. I.KT 91 IS ItKST. IT M1TTII) LAWrtlXCE, Tolling on o'er life's ronth pathway, Through IU narrow winding ways, Up IU steep and rugged mountain, TollInK on through darkest daft, There are many care-worn mortals Old and young, f ilreit and best, That wilt tell tho selfsame itory Of, "I'm weary, let me rest." Vonth, with life and beanty glowing, CareleM iporti amid tho flowort, Whiles away life's bright, glad morning With It golden sunny hours, lint they tire of youthful pleasure, F.rery other seems more Meet i And they sigh, and faintly whisper, "I am weary, giro me rest." Manhood with Its strength and vigor Drarely bears Its burden long, Standing at Its post of duty, Onward, upward, Is Its tong, But a mortal falntneis stealeth Slowly, surely through the breast, And they moan In tones of anguish, "I am weary, let mo rest." Let me rcstl Tho aged retoran That has battled for the rlgh t Till his form Is ben...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 1 January 1875

!7 a.3stid F-A-nvciXjr ktewspaper for the drxjk-A-IjISTs of tub o-ir-beist DoTXircT-A-insr' sta-tdej. VOL. V.-NO. 5. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1875. AVHOLE NO. 218. 1 1 SSUSSK iuiit.tsiiKn wr.r.Ki.T. ST. .rOII.XSUVMlW .IT VT. ROYAL OUMMINQS, Pnb'r and Prop'r. WM. II. WHEELER, Editor. TKUM, Alwnys In Ailrmice. On. copy one rear, In single wrappers or enRtles, t J.IO Mx months I.W Three months, on trial CO Club Hair.. Four copies ono year, to separate addresses, .... 17.00 Blx eopfos, 10.00 Tenceploa....... 1G.W And ono copy free fur every ten. Alt pspers stopped wlion the subscription paid tor lias expired. Monty should ty sonl ly postal money order, pay able to Hotai. Ui'mmixrs, or by registered fetter, and when e nt In either of these ways the safo trans mission will lo at our rlak. A money order fur tlO or leu eosU but tiro oentl. Registration fees liavo boen reduced to eight conts. Money vent by ordinary letter will seldom f ill tu rrach us, but we do not as nnt Ui risk, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 1 January 1875

THE VERMONT JFARMER : . V. 11 1 T- - AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ggtwtttttt Invito St. Jormslury, Vt., January, 1875. ADVANCE PAYMENTS. With the beginning or tlio new year tmt tin advent of the new postage law, which requires publishers to prepay tho postage on all papers tent out Of tlio count! the Vrruosi Farmm enters upon the PtiylnAilTAiice Ryattm, that of refiulrlnn raymcnl in ndranco upon all rub. tcrlptions, and of stopping nil papers when the tlino paid Ibr hat expired, unlcH a renewal Is made. Tills system enables us to recelra subscriptions In Cioi, at reduced rates, without the objections that eslit under the credit system. The subscription rates mil therefore be as follows, hcrcatlor Terms I 1.1 variably In hdvance Post paid after January I, 1870 One copy, per annum tS-00 Four copies f.W Blx copies I (WO Ten copies, .. WM And ono copy free for otery ten. A club may be composed of either old or new sub scribers, but old subscribers must pay up arrearages In orde...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 1 January 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. .1 II 4 ttl 4Miir V V 4W V IV V V t-V It St. Johnsbury, Vt., January 2, 1875. A'olct tihout Town, Villago meeting next Wednesday afternoon. S'pc-so anything 'II be said about a villago market? Mr. Untcs, nn old nnd well-known gentle man at Kast St. Johnsbury, was fatally liiirl by a liorso a few days ogo. Wo havo not tlio particulars. Tho Athcnreum will bo open this evening (Jan. 1) from 8 to 10. Now Years greet ings exchanged. All are cordially invited. W. W. Tiuykb, for tho Trustees. Tho students' union will have a puhlio mooting in Academy hall, Monday evening, Jan. 11, All aro invited. Look fur a good literary and intellectual entertainment. Mrs. Tollingcr, who died at tho Avenue IIou9o last week, has becu sick hero somo Gvu months. Mr. T. belonged to a lodgo or Oddfellows at Hooliester, N. Y.. but has ro ceived littlo assislanco from them. Cale donia Lodgo, however, havo dono a good deal for tins brother. Mrs. T. hadn't ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 1 January 1875

THE ViailMQMr -FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND .FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ror the Vr.ttMO.tt Farmer. KNCOtmAtiUMRXT. Why art thou sad, to Mil, my friend I Why U thy plrlt craibed ! Hod will to thee his grates lend t Then let thy fssrs be htuhed. No more of thee will he require Than thou caott well endure t With childlike faith this ttrength desire, And reit thee calm, tecure. Ilia children ha will ne'er forsake Ills promises are true, He'll on their pathway ever make Fall tolt Ms heavenly dew. Then let thy spirit Joyous be, Let hope spring forth anew, Tor Ood will bear thy burdens free Thine earthly Journey threugh. What though chastenlnga be our lot! They are from our Father's hand, What though we dwell In lowly cot While on life's dreary strand t TIs here our souls must bo refines!, 'And God knows what Is best To purify and (It tho mind For golden mansions blest. Then cheerfully on hlin thy caro Ami all thy trouble casti And he will glvo thee Jewels rare To deck thy crown at last. FnASK Fiuz...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 8 January 1875

V txwi$n A ,4V .r .IST jAuGmiOXJIiTTJS-A.Xi .aSTHD IF.A.nvriXTSr ISTEWSPAPEB FOB, THE DRTJK.A.XiISTS OIF GKREEIST vdOTTZSTTIISr STATE. VOL. V.--NO. 6. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1875. WHOLE NO. 2U. lUnl.l8HKI) VKKKl.T, ,ir st. .roitA'suvitw rr. ROYAL 0UMMING3, Pub'r and Prop'r. WM. H. WHEELER. Editor. TF.IIMS, Alvvnya Ill Ailrnce. On. copy ono je nr. In single wrappers or bundles, I5.no Hit month l-W Three months, on trial w Club lint., Fonr copies ono year, to separata addresses), 8Ix copies,.. ' Ttnooule '' $7.00 io.no 16.50 Anil ono copy Iroe for every t.n. Free of Poilngr lo tiny Point In the United Mate or Cnlimla. All papers stopped when tho subscription pll for has expired. Money should liy rent ty postal money order, pay aM. to RurAi. L'uvmsni, or by registered lettor, and when sent In either or theso ways the rare trans rolxlon will bo at our risk. A money order for $10 or less sorts but flro cents. Registration fees liaro been reduced to eight tents. Money sent by o...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 8 January 1875

THE VERMONT EARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnsbury, Vt, January 8, 1B75. Subtcribtrt for tkt Farmtr vndtr the old ertdti tin on ttqutittd to pay vpi lo rtmaln with tit If iSty villi to Hop ftktytrantto. Thott ti pay vp nit arrtaragtt and for a ytar In adnwrt.tltker tlnoly or In rlttbt, wilt It rronirtd to pay only tS.lti a ytar for nr. rtaragtl. I note irff. pay vp anumiop irm or rffllirra I . . , , ,, t 1 la pun the full time rait nhlch van in force vAtn thty WIIO U0C8 Dot put On Ills Slippers nnd (IrCSS uvUcrihtd.vlti ti.tOptrytar.ertl rente atnonth. . . ,, , ,, ,, ,i Strikes. This is a timo of pretty general business depression. Markets aro dull, goods from manufactories hard of sale, and manufactur ers find themselves losing monoy instead of making a profit. Trices of everything aro .. I I 1 i 1.1-1. tending uownwnru, naviug mien iuu lugu ever sinco tho war, so that thcro is littlo bopo for an improvement in tho market winch will cnablo manulactutcrs to disp...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 8 January 1875

THJi vmtMQNO? RAmEER : AN AGBXOUiTtlRAL AND JBIAMILY ISSBAVSPAPBR. St. John-bury, Vt,, January 8, 1875. A'otet About Town. David Morrison 1 dangerously III. Is. O. Sponccr lias rccoived a patont on lead pencils. Dwighl Ooutd has bought McLood'a flour storo. Dvright's a Patron. John Blocker is no better but if anything torso and weaker, though there are still hopes of recovery. Ilirain Weeks has closed out his storo at tlio Center and opened ono in Ward's lilock, where Day & May wcro. Tbo lloston mail is now brought on tho afternoon express, vio Plymouth, which isdue at this place at 8:22 p. in. Spencer don't like tho Sovereigns. Ho nays "there'll bo moro of 'cm turned ofTboforo a month." Ho has a fow apples to sparo yet. P. P. Pearsons, a flour agent who has just como from tho West, is down with varioloid at tho Center, but there isn't much of a Bearo. Mrs. Ward's class in tho Frco Uaptist sabbath school presented their pastor with a silver cako basket and caster on New Years ev...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 8 January 1875

1 TJE VERMONa? JLTABMER ? A AGBIOUJUTUJRAL AND FAMILY NBWSPAP-EK. For the VKBMOMt FABXtn. ciiiiistjias xxani.s. Do lliey como, those Christmas angels, Com M In lh dy of cM, Whn on Bethlehem'! lowly plain, Tholr glottoiu anthem rolled t Wu their mission ended litro t Vanished they forever then f When the blessod long u lung, "Pence on oarth, good will to men I" Ah! the voices that once Joined tn the heavenly chorm there, Are now echoing far and wide, Floating In the wintry air. Come these anjcls erery Christmas, Crone Into our homes and sing, And onr earl may catch tho nistto Of each filmy, Mirer wing, Oror inow-clad hltli no dreary, Where the tree cold shadows Mini, Where home' are ad, anil hearts are weary, Christmas angels como and sing. In dim aisles of crowded city, Where the sunbeam nerer came, Unhidden guests, yet full of pity For enrth'i misery and sliamo. Despairing hearts look up and wonder Whencocamo the hope they feel within, lllddlng them to break asunder Heavy fetters, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 15 January 1875

-A.0-K-iaXJLTXJS-A.Xi uA.3STXD r-A-riT."T NEWSPAPER FOB TUB RXJP-A.XjISTS ODE1 THE GREBKT DMCOXJ3Sri,-A.I3ST STATE. VOL. V.--NO. 7. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1875. WHOLE NO. 215. 1'UI1M31IF.D WEF.KI.T, st. .roirn'suvjcj'. AT lT. EOYAL CUMMINQS, Fnb'r and Prop'r. WM. H. WHEELER. Editor. TKKSIft, Atwnya In Ailrnnre. On. copy ono ear, In single trrapperi or Bsadlot, ta.no Hlxraoatht ' I-J Threo inonthl, on trial i W Club Ilittr.. Four ropiu one year, to eeparato addreaset, Klx eopic,... ' ' T.oeoDle....... ...... $7.00 10.00 1S.W Anil one copy froe for .very ten. Free or Foliage to any Point In llie Vitlied State, or Cnnnila. All papert stopped when tho tubscrlptlon paid fur hag expired. Money should by tent by postal money order, pay able to Rotal Ccmmisqs, or by reentered letter, and when fnt In either of these ways the fare trans mission will be at our risk. A money order fur 110 er lesa eoita but ilro oenta. rti-Klstrallon fees bare been reduced to eight cents. Money sent ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 15 January 1875

n.LL a. SfiLJLkALk.AL . Fomiclous Advertisements. I fiix fxAti ...... St. Johnsbnry, Vt, January 15, 1875. Snbteribin for tkt farmer tinder Ikt old credit nyti tern art reoueilrd to pay upt to remain wflA if tkry Willi to Hop if tkey ironffo. TAeie ir jiojf vj nil arrtnrayet and for a year In advance, e tlktr llngly or In tlube, Kill be retvirtd to pa) only ti.m a year for nr rinrajit, Tkote Kko pay up and Hop mil tit required to pay Ike full time rate wkick Ka in foret Kken tkty mbtcribed, Ut. tlMptr year, or 21 rrnl a montk. Tho Signs of the Times. it looks to us just now as though tho re publican patty had cut its own throat. Sioco th'o smoko of tho democratia and independent victories iu tho fall clcctious has cleared away, it has been apparent it was nn open question whether tho republicans would elect the next president. They had lost ground, but it was not impossible that by an uncommon circumspection in their carriage that loss might bo retrieved. When tho president made tho...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 15 January 1875

THE VERMONT EARMEU : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 8t. JohMbnry, Vt., January 15, 1876. .Yotei about Toten. H. W. Fleetwood was last week re-ap-point(yi postmistor. llo could not boiruprov cd upon. If you wih to sea how good a suit of clothes can bo bought Tor Sit), call at tho Farmer office. They aro good enough for us. Mr. Win. II. Nclsou, rnusio dealer, has taken rooms in Od.l Fellows' Mod!, 'and put in a fino stock of organs, pianos, thect niu sio, iVo. Tho U5tU annual meeting of tho state teach-, era' assocWtion will, bo held at' 'the" academy, hall next Thursday and Friday. Tho pro grainmo is out, and is an excellent one, Lavl K. Fuller, of Uraltloboro, has bought of Joseph Hill his lot and buildings, corner or ltailroad anil Maple streets, lor a parson ago lor me uapiisi. soc.eiy, at mo sum oi , .. ., ...... . . j. 83G00. Dr. Warnor, orNew York, commences a course of lectures upon physiology, at Town Hall, Saturday avenlng, Jamiaryr23. Ho is very highly spoken ot by t...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 15 January 1875

HI-IE VEKMOJNO? JFARALKH : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. For the Vmmost PiRiitn. tiCUOKI OP THIS PAST. I. We lior them now those sjchocs wild tJko some grand, solemn chime, That tins irione tho lolly cliffs Tht mark tho way otTlme. They float upon the sunset alt To mem'rj'i halls of slate, From winding paths of life where Time Walks hand In hand with Fat. Tha hand of childhood strikes the chord And thro' the fleeting years Their echoes sad or Joyons sw.ll, 'Till Death's chill form tpnentt. And as the clilntnz: bells'of earth Through gathering roUts ring clear, The whoesof (he long ago Shall charm the listening ear. II. , Sometimes wo Marao tho Power Divine We call It Destiny . That leads us on by darkened paths, Unto eternity. We deem the chastening roil too harsh Vlien llfo's dark avenue Seems nowhere opening to reveal. The sunshine to our lew, flat when we teach tiro's farthest hill, And turn our longing eyes Tpon the flekls of fadeless green Where many mansions rise, Then...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 22 January 1875

AQBIOnLTHRAL .A-OKrU IFAMIXjTT NEWSPAPER FOR TUB EtTEALISTS OIF TBCE 0-S,BB3ST OXJISTTAUST STATE. VOL. V.--NO. 8. ST. JOHNSBU11Y, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1875. WHOLE NO. 21G. punusnr-M xvr.r.Ki.Y, ST. jroihvsnuiiv. ROYAL OOMMINQB, Pnb'r and Prop'r. WM. H. WHEELER, Editor. T1CIIMS, Alirnya In Adrmice. One eariy on rat, In single strappers or e-aniles, $S.no Fill months, I.ou Three months, on trial 00 Club Hates. loor toplei one yetr, to seaarato addresses,,... $7.0 Blx eople I0.ro Tenooplo,...... l'JO Anil ono copy froe for every ton. Free of PolKr to nny Point In the United Stntea or Canada. Alt papers (topped when tho tahscrlptlon paM for bu expired. Money should hy sent liy postal mitney order, pay .1)1. to Hotal UrJMitrxn, or hy retfUterwl letter, and when rent In either of thoso ways the safe trans mission will he at our rifle. A money enter for tlO or less ooetn hut Ave cents, Registration fees hare been reduced to eight cents. Money rent by ordinary letter, vlll reldom full to rra...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 22 January 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnsbnry, Vt, January 22, 1878. Suittrtltn for (At farmtrvnitr Ikt old mill tf Irm art tttMCttt lo pat "P ' r"' IIA If t'tp tr(f l iiiy If l't " To trAo rjf J A arrtarooe and fern prtir In advanct.iliktr ntnglg or in r, Kill tr rroalrti It pat only SJ.CU a far far ir rtaraori. Than who pat "P anitlop mil be ttoulrtd to pat (f fit It Itmt rati tcklth wan in font wntn Iktt ilcrllifd,ll;: tiMpit ttar,ori rrnfiamonM. Havo the Patron Bono It? Wo havo frequently beard somo of the dealers nono but dealers and their personal friends appenr disposed to tiring ih&t kind of argument when it wns claimed that the combination of consumers in tho grange, and council had had n general lowering effect upon tho local markets wlicro llicso organiza tions exist, reply that tho reductions uotjeed in tho price of goods wcro tho results of a falling wholesale- market, nnd that tho Pat rons descrvo nono of tho credit for this re sult. They...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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