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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 22 January 1875

TILE VEKMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. John.bnry, Vt., January 22, 1870. ,Vofr About Town. Geo. V. Uonctt ha refused a re-appointment on Iho polico force. AUrich has settled tits ltquor scrape agnin. It cost him 870 Ibis time. Wo uivlorstnnd thcro is talk of ttio Thes pian.", of Uartou LanJing, giving nn enter tainnicut litre. Hopo they will como. Dr. Warner' free lecturo nt town hall next Monday evening. An admission fco will bo charged for tho rest of tho courts. Mr. P. S. Davis, or Danbury, N. H., a reformed man, will givo a tcmpcrunco lco turo at the Prco Baptist hall on Sunday, Jan. -4, at '1 o'clock p. m. Ansel Huntley, of tho Center, at whoso houso Mr. 1'earBons was down with small pox, now has tho same discaic, though wo understand not severely at all. St. Johnsbury is to pay tho band a sum not to exceed 8500, for street music. Wo get street musio free hero and shall havo it until somebody kills thoso oats. Monitor. Jl. U. Hill, of St. Johnsbury Cent...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 22 January 1875

'JQsELET VJfLBMONO? JTAJRALEK : AK ACrllXO UdVJL1 UJLi AL AKD lAJVJkLLY NUflWSl'AJWEK. itKarxRT. nr MART K. BniDHr. Jto offered Vis In the morning I coldly turned weyi For an Idle word thit I overheard Had rankled a Highland ft day. 1 knew. In truth, It was nothing That he would have blushed to own, The point and sting of the trifling thing drew out of my heart alone. Hut a reied, unquiet spirit Weltlu no matter aright. And a four smart of a Jealous heart Put I reason out of light. 1 let him go In the morning Without the kiss ho tought And the day was long, but t narsed my wrong With many a Utter thought. One Utter thought, God help me I Did not enter my brat n, That kiss of mine, by word or rtgn, lie would never ecek again, But as evening thadowi gathered, My heart began to burn With ft quickened tease of hit Influence, And I longed for hit return. Leaning against the window That overlooked tho street, I strained my ear lilt ttep to hear In tho crowd of hurrying feet. Far oft", 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. — 29 January 1875

Vermont Iwn lin70 -AJST -A.C3-HiaXJXTXJB.A.Xi FnSdEIXi-r NEWSPAPER FOE TUB S,XJS,VXjISTS ODE1 THE C3-P-BEZST DSOXJ3STT,-A.I3ST STATE. VOL. V.--NO. 9. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1875. "WHOLE NO. 217. jrarnirr LLP .11 ii r i-uiit.tsitwi wkeki.v. .it st. .roii.xsnviiw vr. ROYAL CUMMINOS, Pnb'r and Prop'r. WM. H. WHEELER, Editor. TKnjIS, Alivaye In Advance. On. copy on. year, In lnnW wrappers or tmailea, M.ro Kllraontlil, i 1.00 Throe uonthi, on trial , CO Club lUttli Four eoptcs ono year, to separate addressee,." $7.00 8lx ooplr,... 10.00 Tencople" 16.60 Anil ono copjr fro. fur every tan. Pre. of Poilng. to nuy Point In the United StAtee or Canada. All papers stopped when the subscription paid for has eiplred. Monsy should liy sent ly portal money order, pay able to IIotal Comixes, or by registered letter, and when sent In either or these ways the safe trans mission nlll lie at our risk, A laoney order for $10 or less oosle but flvo cents. IteirlstraUon feet have been reiluced ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 29 January 1875

THE VERMONT tfAKMM! : AN AGRICULTURAL AND IAAMILY' NEW SPACER. St. Johmbury, Vt., January 20, 1870. SuVicrlker for Ike Farmer under Ms eld credit ty. lemarerequeetrdto pay up t lo remain with ,(" Ihty trill i In Hop If Ike jf tronl In, Thone vko pay tip nil arrearage and for a year In ndrance.eltker tlngty or In etuhi, tcllt he required to pay only $4.0) a year for ar rearage. Tkoie vko pay up and top lei e required to pay lite full lime rale wklek wiu tn force ektn tSty inherited, tit HM per year, tr'il read a month. Tho Agricultural College. Tho old-timo theory thai "ltT" la'tnllng "book larniti' a n't no ncbounfhas' bcCrt so thoroughly exploded that yo do .ngj; .think there cau bs found n dozen persons in tho Q recti Mountain Slnto who do not admit tho value, to persons of all occupations, of p. good education. Tho man who failed in life be cause ho understood his Winces, Su all its details, too well, id yet to bo found. On tho other hand, instances of failuro from not un derstan...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 29 January 1875

THE VERMONT EAJftMER AN AGRICULTURAL AND JTAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johmbnry, Vt., Jannary 10, 1875. .Vote .ibrml Town, 11. P. (Juiitiinu'tam rcl'uc to accept the appoint incut til viltagu io1icaiian. Somo ol the 1. it 0. employee are growl ing nbout tlio InrillueM oTlhuir pay. Tho spring torm of (ho St. Johiisbury academy will cmuim-tica noxt Tuewlay. The next lecture in tho Y M. 0. A coursn will bo Frulay evening, L'ob. 6, liy Wnllaco Jiruco, Hq., ol' New York. Subject, "Laml marks of Scott." Gallup, at Derby Center, soils good kcro tone oil for 15 cents a gallon, and cheaper by tho tho barrel. Sf) rays the Exprtts. Ilcro you havo to pay 18 ccnu by the barrel and 123 to 40 by tlio gallon. Dr. Waruer'a lectures at the town hall aro being fairly attended and very well liked. He appears to be a thorough, praptic.il man, Mho knows what he i about, and every mail, woman or child would be well paid for hear ing tho full course of lectures or any part of them. Dr. Warrior will give privato l...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 29 January 1875

muni !twm For theVeRMOST Fanui. Little sunbeam In oar home, Brightening til Hi houri of gloom, Lifting oloudi nil direr lined, Darling, In oar hearts enshrined. Dancing on the kitchen floor, Laughing In at every door, Mischief sparkles In her eyes As from room to room the flies. Rosy, dimpled little handi, Our itock o patlonee oil demands . Merry feet, so swift to find Danger, fun, of orcry kind. Rosy cheek, and forehead fair, Roguish fsco, and baby hair, Noly, glooful little uprlts Never still Iroin morn till night. ). Cumber THIS OAMIlLKlfS wipi:. Di aw the chair closer, my darling, For, oh I I'm fo happy to-nlglit, Utile Sybil and Kranm are sleeping Come, look, what a boautlfut tight. Thli hour every night, when yon leave me, I tit hore and think atl the time, And how you onco promtied to love mo, Of the pleasures you eald should be mine. True, darling, you're never denied me A wish of thli heart, all your own lint I'm jealous, snmotlmos, when you tarry, For I'm thinking how tile...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 5 February 1875

vtxmovA jb7a .AJST ua-DRiaXTXi'TTJS.AXi F-A.IVLIL'V WBWSPAPBR FOB THE K.TJJR-A.XiISTS OF T3HE33 3COXJ3STXA.I3ST STATE. VOL. V.-NO. 10. &3 I'UMI.ISIIKD WF.EKf.Y. at st. JoitJVMiVMix; rr. BOYAL OUMMINQS, Pnb'r and Prop'r. WM. H. WHEELER, Editor. TKItSIS, Alwaya Ill Attvonr.. On oop)' on ;esr, In slngl. wrappers or bundles, $S.no Six month 1.00 Thrs. monthi, on trial. 60 Club lUtrs. Four eoplts one year, to separate addresses 17.00 Six ooples, m.oo Teneple, 16.60 And one copy free for every ten. Free of I'ti.tnge to any I'olut In the United SIMee or Camilla. All papers stopped when the subscription paid for has expired. Honey should hy sent by postal money order, pay aMo to ItorAL CnimiKos, or ly recittared letter, and when tent In either of theso ways the safe traas mlsslon will ho at our risk. ' A money order far 110 or leas eoels hut Are eents. Registration foes haTe been reduced to eight eents. Money sent hy ordinary letter will seldom fall to rach us, bat we do not as sume the...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 5 February 1875

St. Johnsbury, Vt,, February 5, 1875. Sub'crlbrrl for tkt f'armrr under Iht old trrdlt tern are reqaeeted to pay up i In remain with ut if they trill i to atop if they want to, Thoee who pay vp alt arrearage and for n ytar In advanrr.either eingly or in rlube, wilt or required to pay only 12.00 a ytar for ar rearage, Thote who pay vp and atop wilt be requlrtd to pay the full timr ratt whlrh vat in forte ujhtn thty iubtcrlhtd',tt- IJ.&0 perytar, oral ctnttamontk. Tho Agricultural College. Uoo of tho objections which havo bocn raised to tlio present agricultural college of this state is that, being in connection with tho University or Vermont, whoro men of other professions reccivo on education, "tho cntiro tendenoy of tho education given is not only away from practical usefulness in any industrial occupation, but is calculated to inspiro contempt for any labor that is of necessity partly manual." Is this bo? Are tho young farmers of Vermont such weak and yielding simpletons that ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 5 February 1875

THE VEKMOJSTT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnsbury, Vt., February 5,1870. .Votes about Totnt. Lux, Wullaco ltruco'a lecturo at town hall this crcning. Tho Tbceplatis will bo hero tho 10th, 17th, and 18th of this mouth. Sovtn persons wcro baptized In Mooso lUvcr by Ivbv. Mr. Mnrsh last Sunday. Dr. Warner was suddenly called to his homo In Central Now York, Wednesday night by sickness in tho family. Wonder if tho Caledonian couldn't bo in duced to opposo a village market on tho ground that It would Injure business? Thrco cents pays tbo postago on a letter to any part f Canada. One cent pays a newspaper through. Postal cards from hero aro delivered there free. John 1 Mooro and Mr. Smith, Pennl man's clerk, aro maklog preparations to opcu & meat matket at tho Center next sum Micr. We presume they may ruu a cart to this village. O. 0. Halo took possession of the Avcuuo lToa.o Tuesday morning. Wo understand John Ualo goes in us clerk, and that thcro is an entir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 5 February 1875

CDHjB VliHMOiNT JFARMUR : AN ACMUOU'ItTU'RAL ANDT FAMifiLY- NOaWJSilAlPimR. For tin VxRMONf Farmer, A eOtWTIlY NAHUATH. Peaceful, peaceful Babhath-day I When the lati'rori In Ilia hay, Thli on tline-epaoo nut of seven, nt end thought and Uod are given. Willing, t the goodman's call, To the morning prayer come all Bended knoo and lev'rent word Cravo the blessing of tho Lord. Happy faces circling round, Seems the table richly bound White the fare, not rich, but free, Shrink!, unmarked, nildit gayely I Bustling formi do go and ooine, Carrying each Into till room Bleached, Iresh-tcent, linen-wealth Botdly tome, and iouio with stealth I How the hand somo throng sets outi Teauudsome, while other, ttoul, I'oat on arm, with sturdy trea,d, Karllcr itatt, tho nay to lent, II. With footsteps huihed and gaie-hued cheek, Quickly their pew tho family seek, Silent to (It and Join their itaro With othori', timely gathered there. The last stroke yet clings to the tteel, E'en as the pastor bids to kn...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 12 February 1875

..! .1' ' 0 -IS-. 1. ' w. -AJST AO-BIOXJIiTURAIi JbJJXTJD FAMILY 1STEWSPAPEB FOR HB RTJIRLISTS OF TUB O-UBBlSr DMIOXJaSTTAUST STATE. VOL. Y.--NO. 11. ST. JOHNSBTJRY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1875. WHOLE NO. 219. FUDMSnED WKEKtY, st. jon.vsuvnw .IT VT. EOYAL OUMMINQS, Pnb'r and Prop'r, WM. H. WHEELER, Editor. TEUMH, Alrvnys In ArtTsmee. On. copy one rear. In slnjlo nripperi or bundles, $2.m 81 x most. if , Three monlhi, on Irlil ' 6 Club IUUe. Pour eoplee one jretr, to if prte addresses, 8U copies,. .... n noiiles....... ........, $7.00 I0.CO 16.50 Anil one copy free for evorjr ten. Free of Postage to any Point In the United gtntee or Cuniuln. All pepers slopped vtlien the subscription paid for bas expired. Money should by sent by postal n.ney order, pay. ahle to Kutal Uummixos, or by registered letter, and when rent In either of tliese ways the safe trs mlslon will- be at our risk. A money order for $10 or less eosta hot Ore cents. ReictslratloD. fees hve been reduced to elitht coats. M...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 12 February 1875

Iho crcara. A revolving box or board will do this, or tho oscillating chum. Tho up. mid-down horso power churn I havo tried lalthfutly and must condemn it. Rapid churning Is objcctionablo nnd Is no recom mendation Tor a churn. An oven, low tern pcraturo is essential, as low as f)0 or 68 de crees is preferable IT tho butter is onco al lowed to get soft, it will not stand hoat after. Somo prefer not to wash.but 1 have novcr seen any bid effect from washlnc. Two-thirds of an ounco of salt to a pound of butter is the best quantity, and oono but pure salt should bo used booo is as puro as it should be. Spruce tubs nro generally used, and should bo thoroughly soaked nnd cleansed. Tho butter should be packed with a bell-shaped pounder and very carefully smoothed on top with a wooden paddle, well saturated with water. A flno cloth should bo put on top and a little not a pound of salt sprinkled on top and mado smooth with a knife. Use tins to fasten the covers. Do sura that ev ery packago is...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 12 February 1875

THE VERMONT EA11MER : AN AGBIOOLTUIiAJL AN'D FAMILY NEW SI3 APEK. . . r . - . Bt. Johnsbnry, Vt, Fctrnary 12, 1B70. .Yottt .ibout Totcn. Joel Fletclior Is in town Tor a short timo. Fourteen pcrous united with tho Froo Hapttot Chureli Tuesday evening. Tl'ere 1 to lie a bon-bon party and anti quarian cupper At tho vestry or tha churoh ot tho Messiah on Thursday evening ooxt. 0. W. Thomas commenced work For Luko Uuiioll Tuesday morning, on ns good a lob as his former eno, which bo finished Monday noon. St. Johnsbury is quito a rag factory. Mr. Kdwards, tho village peddler, gathers up on an average thrco thousand pounds of rags a month. llcmembcr tho liuptiMs will be glad to see you nt their hall in Hank Mock, Main street, Monday eveniug and you will prob ably be pleased to sea them, if you go. They intend to pleaso everybody. Miss Jennie P. Chase, of Newbury, will be in this villago next week, canvassing for tho liiblo Lookiug Glass. It is n book of 000 pages, illustrated by 172 engrav...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 12 February 1875

UtfliE V'EBMOND BAHMER i A3 AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY' NEWSPAPER. hwmnt SBiWMW somedodvh onnvAMT mm.. Slit stood there leaning wearily Against tht window Intra i Iter fiwe u patient, sad and sweet, i Ilcr garments eoarsa anil plain t "Who In (ha pray I" I asked a Wind, The red lips Rare a curl "Really I I do not know lier name, She'a aome one'i lerrant girl," Again I law her on the street With burden trudge along, Her bee wai iweetand patient itlll. Amid the joatllnz throng ) . , . ' blowly butclieerfully the mor'ed, tiuardlng with watchful care A market basket much too large For her alight hands to hear. A man, 1 thought a gentleman, Went pushing rudely hy, Sweeping the batket from her hand, Hut turning not his eye I For there wa no necessity, Amid that busy whirl, For him to bo a gentleman To "somo one's servant girl." Ah, well It Is that God above Looks In upon the heart, And never Judges any ono Uy Jut the outer parti Tor It the soul be pure and good, He will not mind the rest. No...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 19 February 1875

ir .ff j-'j t- -AJKT .a-K,iaT3rXiTXJIi-A.3li -A.aST3D IF-A-nVCinLTZ" 3STB-WSPAPER FOB THE E.XJJRA.XjISTS OIF TUB GKREEIST 3VEOXJ3STO?uflk.insr STATE. VOL. V.--NO. 12. ST. JOHNSBU11Y, FBIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1875. WHOLE NO. 220. Niitiscribers who urc yet in nrrcnrt for the farmer art icqutskd to ;xiy lip at once. I'UIILlSrlE!) WKKKI.r, .IT ST. JfOMM'SBVnY, PI. IIOYAIj CUMMIKUS, - 1'iiormrron. VM. II. W11EELEU, Editou. TKIIJM, Always In AilTunee. On oepjr en jear, la single wrappers or tunales, f5.no Hli months... t 4k. I.UD Three months, on trUI, i CO Clnb Tour eoplft one year, to ttparato addresses (7.00 sit ooples m.oo Teneoples ....i. 16.30 And ono copy free fur every ten. Free of Postasce to nnjr Poliit Ilk tlse Unlleil fttatee or Csmadii. All papers Stopped ithen tho subscription pIJ for baa oiplred. Men.y should tiy tent liy postal nosey order, pay nlil to Hoval C'uumxoj, ot by resl'terwl letter, and when sent in either or these ways the safe traas mission "111 bo fit onr risk. A ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 19 February 1875

icrs ami grangora cniuuing to- i nny now on Uio market. Ho then rend tho formula for Ms manure mis formula Is given by Mr, Way In our corres pondence on tho first page. Prof. Collier en dorsed Mr. Way's as n thoroughly practical ns well ns a scientifically correct manure. In reply to a query Prol. Collier said salt sometimes might ho valuablo ns a direct fer tilizer, nnd ho oxplidned that tho prinolpnl valuo of salt was Its property of rendering silica asslmllnblo hy plants. Dr. Hosklns said Henry Keycs used to think salt rendered wheat straw stlfTand loss llahlo to lodge, which coincided with l'rof. Collier's Idea that It rendered tho silica solu ble. T. U. Horny, ol St. Jolmsbury, read n pa per on "What kind ofFnrmlng PnysP" Geo. W. Cook, of St'. Jolmsbury, nppllod lien manure, nnd sand lo a pteco of corn nnd raised 70 baskets of sound corn nnd 0 baskets of unsound corn In tho car, and tho foddor and pumpkins would pay for tho lator, so he believed ho could nfford to rnlso corn 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. — 19 February 1875

THIS VEKMONT FARMER: AN AaRIOUIiT URAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER, Bt. Johnibury, Vt, February 10. 1875. .Yotet .Ibotit To ten. First thaw of tho season, jctcrdy. Tho llicmomctcr rose to zero. Tho "mean lomporaturo" is it? Well, rre don't know as it could bo muoh more so. Jerry Draw hasn't bought tho St. Johns bury House yet, though ho possibly may. Over his denial of what ho had said about the Sovereigns, last week, Stono put tho tU tie "Another Falsehood." .Very appro priate. "Dill llobinson" has been converted, got bondsmen, and Bono to work. If nobody else violates the law in tho villago, wo have no fears for him. Probably Mooro and Smith will give away their buteher "fixtns" and go West when they see this week's Caledonian if they survive the shock. Win. II. Nelson, Odd Fellows' Uloek, Is ready to supply instruments, sheet music, music books, &o., &c, of tho best kind aud nt low prices. Head his ad. James Nutt has secured a settlement of his claims on the town on account of t...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 19 February 1875

ViE&MOHT JTAlRMBR : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. nmnt grow? the khiuxci. it varialitu child Think jently of the errlngl Ye know not of the power With whleh the dttk temptation came, In tome unguarded hoar i Ye may not know how earnestly They struggled, or how well, I'ntll the hoar of weaknest came, And sadly thus they Tell. Think gently of the errlngl Ob, do not thoa forget However darkly ttatned by tin lie It thy brother yet i Heir of tho self-seme heritage' Child of the self same God t lie hith hot tumbled In the path TAou hist In weakness trod. fipeek gently to the erring For It It not enough That Innooence and peace hate none, Without thy centnra rough I It tore matt be weary lot, That tin-crushed heart to bear, And they who thirea happier fate Their chldtnga well may tpare. . - Mpa.k kindly to the errlngl Thou yet may'it lead them baek, With holy word), and tonet of lore, From mltcry't thorny track i 1'orget not thoa hast often tinned, And ilnful yet mint lio i Dea...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 26 February 1875

y .1 -A.3ST JTiXCTJXJ'jlVRjC.Xj FIXjTT 3STBWSPAPBB FOB THB RtTBALISTS OF THE 3OXJ3Sr07uAJC3Sr STATE. VOL. V.--NO. 13. . ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1875. WHOLE NO. 221. Subscriber who are yet in arrears for the Farmer are requested to pay up at once. If you with the paper continual please pay up to a year in atlmnce, at $2.06 a year, if you wish to discontinue please pay up arrearages at $9.50 a year or SI cents a month. I'ltllLtSllKl) WEKKI.Y, o.t st. aoii.xsttvnx; rar. ROYAIi CU.MMIN08. - - ritorntRTOit. WM. II. WHEEI.ER, KntTou, TKRMfl, Always lu Aftmuce. On. copy one year, In single wrappers or bundles, f 4.00 Six months, 1.00 Thrx months, on trial,,. ., 60 Club lutes. Pour conies oiia year, to separate addresses, Iti oopfe,.. Tenooples, , ., X1M 10.00 isxo And on. oopy free for .very ten. Pre. of Postage to any Point In the United Rtatcs or Canada. All papers (topped when the subscription paid for wa.iplrM. Money .110011 tor tent hy potUl rneaey order, pay alii, to Roya...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 26 February 1875

THE : AN' AGHRIOU'LTU'llATj AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnsbury, Vt., February 20, 1876. Patrons of Husbandry. While oil l'atrons must concur with " A Patron," In his idea expressed in an article on tho first pago that it is the duty of mem bers who havo the success and progress of (ho order nt heart to giro M tho support they may bo ablo to tho financial featuro, wo must not loso eight of tho other equally Im portant feature?, tho social and politic al bearing of tho order. Wo do not ngrco with somo who expect that tho immcdi ato fruits or this movement will bo most plainly seen and felt in the social lifo of tho farming pcoplo, but wo do regard this lea turo ol tho work of tho order .as tho most important on tho whole. Tho fiuaucial sav ing through co-opcratlvo purchase? is tho first influenco of the grango which is lclt and makes itself noticed, because as soon as tbo grango is organized generally purchasing commences and this fcaturo bears fruit. Tho fcaturo felt next is tho inf...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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