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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 26 February 1875

THE VERMONT tfAttMEll i AN AGRIOmLTURAX, AND FAMILY NEW SPAM. Bt. John.bury, Vt., February 20. 1975. J'olet tlbout Toicit. Town caucus nt the town hnll Monday, at 2 p. in. Farmer and antiriny voters, come out and rout the foe. II yon don't euovid Miiiilay,'try again TuoMlay. It you hnvi' a tenement tu rout read Junict Nutt'n ndvirtisciiicut. Collector Weclid Is Id earnest in what ho has to say In another column, " tin J don't you forget it." Havo tho polioo heard noythtne nbout a dch on Rnilroad 8lict where liq'iior la Bold and given awuy? Other pooplo have. Tho ladies will givo an chtertaiumont at the vestry of tho church of tho Messiah, Thursday evening of next week. Oysters will bo served from 7 to 10. G. Ij. Uillmoro had bis lare whito 'hArso " clipped" a short timo ago. Tho horso took cold and, Tuesday morning, Mr. Uillmoro had him shot to savo his lilo. E. 1 Allen offers a first rata situation to a mau wlio tho riirlit kind of a girl, lie is Bays no more than ho tnsans, Partic...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 26 February 1875

UXETE VERMONT FABMR t AN AGMOUfcTU'IlAL AND FAMIIY NEWSPAPER. Tot the VU01T FARM, DKAD. "h li not Lost, lint Ootie Ilefore." sr ttucm rokii, She la sleeping 'neath tin wlllowa i llently, gently the It tleeplngi Bhe'a heeding not life'i rising billow", Nor tin weary watch I'm keeping. No i the heedi net, ami the needs not, For the angela are her fnenda I And I'm tending, yea, I'm wending Toward where my Journey end. She U aleeplng, calmly sleeping, And the etara Ilk tupera tall, Nightly abort are vlglla keeping Aa the darkneu apreada Its pall. But aha heedt not, andahe needa Dot, For In heaven the la llrlng netting In peaee ttnce her reltae, Frataet rer erer giving. 0, the heart may mourn forever, And 1U grief above enfold Hat etlll may forget, 0, never, Memorlea of the old. llut the heedi not, and ahe needi not. For her earthly life la o'er i We thall meet her, and ehall greet her, Orer on the golden ttiore. aiuMt, 1975. For the Vr.nxoMT farmer, dividku. BT CRACK ATHCRTOX. Onr paths...

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 March 1875

P r r r .act A.ca-K.iaxjiiTXJUA.ii -A.3srr ip.A.iMiii'sr jbiwsPAPSB rpB thce bubalists op theh gkreqeixt ivroxjnsrariKr ST-Ai1 .1 ;.w . VOL. V.-NO. 14. rUM.ISrlEtl WKEKI.Y. AT ST. JOUA'SBVnW rr. ROYAL CUM.MINOS. - - PnOPWETOR. WM. II. WHEELER, Eihtok, TERMS, Alwaye In AAemnec. On copy one year, In single wrapper or bandies, ti.ft) 8lxmoatbi, IM Three months, on trUI 60 Club IIMH. Tout eoplee one year, to separate addresses, mi toples Teneople,.,. 17.00 10.00 16.50 And on copy fro. Air rery ten. Free of Postage to any Point In the Vnlted State or Canada. Alt papers stopped when th subscription paid for has tiplred. Honey should tor lent by postal meney order, pay able to Hotal Ccumuch, or by registered letter, and wlun teat In either or these war tlx taf trans mluloa will be at our rltk. A money order for tlO or leu eosls bat fit eentl. IlfRliUtlonfMihTo Ihi reduced to eight cent. Honey tent by ordinary Utter will seldom fall to rash ui, bat we do not cane Ue risk, A iibeertber wlshl...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 5 March 1875

THE VtoR&OjSrT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY 1DW9PAPJBR. St. Johnsbury, Vt, March 0, 1875. "Agricultural" Trotting. Tho New England Farmer Is ono of Iho most valued and ably conducted of our ox changes. Ifs ngricullural"odIlorIair5F6"fal?' uablc reading, and for tlio past few months haTO had a more praotioal tono than. -no. ob. served befero. Its corrcppoodopceya yolu-,1 minouSlflid cmincntlypraoiical.'conseVitionlJ ly vnlnalilo. Ucsiacs, 1Kb Farmer hasmleu to ignoro political nnd other h.ucstlon.'f or Inter r?t, but "takes a hand Ih" tho livfc Issues of tho hour. It his seemed to givo rt rather cold shoulder to tlm.granga. movement, but wo observe with pliasufo tfititit.'oomcs out on tho right sido onlKo "agricultural horso trot" question, as may bo accn froiq an artl clo in another place. Wo think it is high timo that tho farm ers began to come around at tho business meetings aud elections of tho agricultural socictiort "meddling with their own businoss." Lawyers and prof...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 5 March 1875

THE VEUMCXNT FARMER': AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. v. Si, Johrubury, Vt., March 0, 1875. J'otea 1bout Toirn. L. M. Kent has received VfiAIOdt on a lamp supporter. - Tho straw lionrd mill at the Cf nlurSxgan runuingngulu hint Monday, & Dr. Sluicrg is lecturing., on J'HfSuK and D.iii'ac," ubvut I In country.--' " Tho tibtt mlus ot'Oiilcdunia County isr now rcuily utiil will lie dvlivered to subscribers in a lew ilaj. I'tttix pior rityr, day, Tm'luy trn'n't it? Tio lanir ri imiiiu nut and did it witK their little ballots Nathaniel Anni, r.f ltiilroad Stront, was fined $20 and costs, 817.10, fur violation of tho liquor law, Tuesday, lie appealed, A, complimentary dance for tho benefit ipf tho St. Johnsbury Quadrille baud ' will lio had at tho Avcnuo hall this (Friday) eveu ing. Tickets to gallery s!." cents. Wo don't think it required a groit deal of courngo for that burly loafer to steal n part of Uncle lladlcy'a small stprc ql' stab .Wood, tho other day, while IUCIley Was...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 5 March 1875

fPH'E VERMONT AiRMBR t AiN AGOBOIJTiTUlRA'I AND FAMTLY NEWSPAPER, For th Vtaxoxi Fibmir. Til 14 UINTKIl MORN. r stuncst norm. Th edr Ik otlip and tUnglng aharp With frrot flakoa floating; down Tlia low hung clonda lie pllod apart, A erjioke wreath o'er the town. The slanting my of routhern inn Athwart my pathway blr.ea i With Ioser bright, or pale anil wan, Thtt changing (oene eomhlnea. I rlae at gray dawn's early light, And seek the sky to scant t I hasten to my tasks with might, To clear the way the ran. 1 look around, afore, beneath, I lend my gate before I breathe a prayer for victor wreath For thoae my effort pour. Out on the gray hlll'a inowy brow, On lorett branches dark, On landscape lying calmly now, 1 atrlv my way to work, lint folded ai a written acroll And tied with bond of fato I We may not pierce the future goal nut only work and wait. Mtndalt, ., 1975. IIAI.t.KCIt'S lUCl'I.Y. On New Year's ere, ISJC, aome pretty verses enti tled "The Merry Mock Olrd'a Hong" were addre...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 12 March 1875

xwitx Hi jjjsr A.3-n,iaxjXjrrTJK.A.Xj jjstjd family istbwspapbb pob 'tih K,xjB,A.ijisa:s op the o-uhbuct asd:oxj3srT-A.insr state n VOL. Y.-NO. 15. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, MARCH 12. 1875. WHOLE NO. 223. PUnUSnED WKKKLT. .r sr. jotr.vsnvnY, vt. ROYAL CUMMINGS, - I'lioriUKTbu. WM. II. WIIEF.LEK, Kditoii. TRKM9, Always In Arlrniteo- On. oopjr on. year, 16! single wrapper! or handles, 1M Hli months, .m Three montlis, on trial CO Club Itafrs. Tonr eoplea 6n jm, to aeptrato addresses $7.00 Six eople, ... ... 10.00 Tenoeplev .... And on eopjr free for erery tea. Free ofPoelesje to ' Point In Ih. United Rl.to. or Canada All papers stopped whea the subscription pl4 for baa expired. Money should by tent by postal money order, pay abl. to Rotal CDHHiiiai, or bjr registered letter, and when sent In elthtr of these ways th. far. trans mission will be at oar risk. A noney order for 110 r its. eosu oat nro eenis. lie gisirauon nam b..n reduced to elffht cents. If onir sent bv ordinary latter will 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. — 12 March 1875

St. Johnibury, Vt, March i2, 1876. Canada and Kcclprocity. Thcro nro two wajs to look at tho reci procity question, which question, by tho wny, is .settled for tho present, though do ono knows how soon it may again come up, Pre vious to tho abolition of tho lato treaty, Canada was pre-eminently a farming coun try, moro so oven than Vcrmout, and as much eo, probably, as are our Western prai ries to-day. Cattle, grain, (particularly .oats and bar ley) potatoes, butter, cheese, Ac., wero her principal and almost solo articles of cxporf, asido from her ship-building trade, and tho manufacturing cities of New England and New l'ork furnished her mnrket. In re turn, her manufactured goods, cloth (except ing coarso woolens) machinery, tools of every kind, wore carried from New England. Can nda had abundant water power, labor was much cheaper thcro than in New England, everything combined to mako it a favorable location for manufacturing establishments, yet hardly a rake, hoe, fork, or other...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 12 March 1875

THIS VERMONT JTABMEK : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEAVSPAFER. St. Johnibnry, Vt., March 12, 187C. .Vole tlbout To ten, Donation visit at Free Haptist Hall, Pri day oreuing, March ID. What kind of n court Is it that pronounc es n decision first, and then takes tho testi mony? Mr. Halo is tinning tho roof of the Ave nue House It takes thrco tons of tin, at a cost of 81100. "Truo Repentance, and what leads to it" Strttr A'rtr, Dr. Hoskins knows which paper Is tho best to advertiso, iu. Kea.il his ads. 1 D.,0.-LinsleY, has been elected president of the Burlington' 'and l.imolllo railroad company, Wm. B. Hutch vice-president and is. W. I'eck treasurer ana secretary. ThO Citizen "almost believes Poland mii'ht bo elected to CoDcress from tho second distriot, now." Wo recollect when tho samo paper saw ho tcouta do oioctcu, out no wasn i. larlo is nearer rieht this timo than ho was before, inasinuoh as ho is less poitlvo than ho was then. No, Mr. Citizen, tho voters of the second district co...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 12 March 1875

For the VtimonT FAitiiix, A VIMO.X OP TUB YKAIIS. DT TXVh rAStXOR. Dark night li silent qoeen of land and tea i With rotx afloat upon an unfalt breet. She covereth ail tha Mane with majesty, And lend an unheard ruitla through tha treei. Toe dim, far bill seemed ml I'd In no'lislesa strife, , Their mighty tummlta In tha smok. of oloudi Oh, who can tell the gloomy shapes of lire That Sit among their styglan midnight shrouds t And yet, there seems to form ft shadowy train, That groweth oloarer In a rim of light, Ai dawn-time darkens while the itan remain To vie In hearen with the faint day-light. With silent sweep the host marts up tha sky, With silent sweep and shadowy motion slow i And one, a giant spectre, lifted tilth, Beems tending o'er the pawing shapes heloir. Now, as they Issue from beneath his form, Each gloomy ghost of cloud Is born away Upon the robbing of a sudden storm, And vanishes among the summits grey. Sol 'Us a vision ofthafllghtofyearsi Tha towering spectre is the sh...

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 March 1875

Wat mvmtt A.a-RIOXJXil'XJIlj.L -A.3STD FAMIL-Y- 3U iJ W SPAPBB FOB THE IRTTH-AXjISTS OIF THE 3VEOTTlsra?-A.nsr STATE. YOL. V.--NO. 16. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1875. WHOLE NO. 224. runusnEt wkeklt. AT ST. JTOMA'SttVnW VT. ROYAL CUM.UINGS, - - PitormnToii WM. II. WHEELER. Editoh. TKIUI8, Always lit Aitranee. On copy one tear, In elnjle wrappers or handles, t3.no till months, 1.00 Thra moDlln, on trial ......, 0 Club Hate.. Vonr copies on yaar. to separate addresses 17.00 (III copies, 10.00 Teaeoplet, 16.80 All on. copy free for tT.rjr ten. TTrr. of Poetage to any Point lu the United Stat, or Canada. All paper! stopped when the subscription paid for baa expired Mon.jr should by tent liy postal money order, pay able to Royal CCttHIXos, or by registered letter, and when sent In either of these way. th. aaf. trans ralsslon will bg at eor rUk. A ranney order for 110 vr km whuj nut uti' itsu. irs:iiiraiiou lees niti been red weed to eight oenti. Money aont by ordinary letter will l...

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 March 1875

St. Johnbury, Vt, March 10, 1876. Why Farming Don't Pay. Wo Imagino wo hear eomo ono say, at sight of this caption, "What's tho uso saying that, when wo know farming doos pay ?" Well, that is a very natural question. It has been demonstrated beyond tho possibility or doubt that farming docs pay. Wo see men all about us who havo accumulated their thousands" upon tho farm, bcsldo having moro of tho real enjoyments of lifo, for themselves and their families, as they went along, than aro enjoyed by tho city or villagu morchant who has mado a largo fortuno "without hard work." That is tho way it is often put "without hard work." Hut thousands of broken-down and prematurely old business lncn, thousauds of families whom they havo left bohind when they havo gono tho long journey, attest that tho work is hard. Tcs, tho constant mental strain, tho worry and bus tlo of business life, meeting sharp practico with sharp practico, keeping constantly on tho alert to win ono'a way nmong others equal...

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 March 1875

THE VERMONT If AKMEJR : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St Johmbnry, Vt,, March 10, 1B76. Vofc ihottt Totnit llcmcmbcr tho donation lo-nlglit. lutlgo l'oknd nrrivcJ home Saturday. .Icrrnul J is trying to nettle with Ms crcd Store Tor 23 ocnta on tho dollar. 11. L. llovey has cold a lot and uncom. plotcd house at Summcrvlilo to Albert Galo, fur 81600. Win. Line, tho observer on Mount Wash ington, was in town Monday, to get Bomo of Ulilloru a workmanship. Tho ticket oflice in tho passenger station iii being enlarged by extending it north into tho gcntlcmen'H waiting room. "Oharlio" Webster, formerly of this place, has bought a job oflioo and Is now doing bus incFa at No. ii Trsuiont How, IJoston. 51. V. H. Drew, whoio advertisement ap pears) in our columns, has bought tho Trcs. cott teams and moved into thoso quarters. " Morality and Religion, or Uoodncsj and Cliristiauily," will bo tho subject of dlscouso at the Church of tho Messiah next Sun day evening. Ono of our selectmen d...

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 March 1875

OOTS 'V'Er&MONa) FuARMBR : AH AGKRIQtTLT UK A L AND IAMIEY NEWSPAPER. For the Vr.MKXt Fumtn. WOItK TO-OAY. 1 would not weakly falter Or loiter by the wayi I would bo tip and doing WhllO yet ttli to-day. The night li fast approaching When toll will all Wert To-morrow Is'.lha future And we may toll no more. Then weary hand 'II be folded Across the peaceful breast i The toll of life all ended, And we shall take our rest. Jaclttn, Vth. 2S, 1876. A MB MAT. ror the Vkrhomt Fin mm. WHAT WH AItK. r rati, mbthor. We are hurdlings In wute of air, Flitting, quickly prompted, hero and there i Oft returning, In our way, To Ihe perch of yesterday. lropi we are In llfe'a unboundeil sea, 1'jch alone In the Immensity, We are wearlngi In a fabric grand, Krer growing in the workman' hand All entangled to our thought, Hut Inperfect system wrought. lor the Vinvo.xr.FAit mr. TWlLlOHT. r nRACR Aincnrov. , ISugnnlid ty ttading "TKillaht" y "Jlllt.nl So free from care, 80 fresh and fair, neantlful twili...

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 March 1875

tfavvux if VO-RiaXJLTXJIR-A.Xi FAMILIT 3STB'WSDPJPBK. FOE THklE. BtTBALISTS OIF THE Q-IEtEHISr DVCOXJ3STT.I3ST STATE. VOL. Y.-NO. 17. ST. JOHNSBTJRY, FRIDAX MARCH 26, 1875. WHOLE NO. 225. PUnUSMEt) WKKKI.Y, at st. soMtA'savnv, r. ItOYAL CUMMINOS. - - Pitoi'iUETon. WiM. II. WHEELEIt, Editou. T1SHMS, Al.raye In Advance. 0n copy ouo year, In slngl wrappers or lundlci, 2.nd MxuonUie...... .......... un Three month!, on trial, CO Clnb Hales. Pour eopte on year, to ssparat addresses,.... J7.00 mi wife-, o.oo Tencoplei, ........ H.SO Anil en oopjr IVo. fbr every ton. Free of Poslae; to any l'olut In the United State, or Canada All pipers stopped when tho subscription paid for has expired. Hon should by sent by postal meney order, pay able to Rota i. Coxniiiaa, or by registered letter, and when sent In either of those ways the safe trans mission will bo at our risk. A uoney order for $10 or less eosts but Bra eents, lUdlitraUoo fees bar. been reduced to eight eents. Money sent by ordinary l...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 26 March 1875

St. Johnsbury, Vi, March 20, 1876. How the Patrons "Paralyzo Business." The following essay on grangcrism wo find in the North Troy Palladium without crcd it: Whnt is to becomo of tlio poor wagon ranker in thulr neighborhood when his farm er Irlomls quit patronizing him for tlio grout, rich, bloated, bond-holding city ninnufac turer, who can sell -wagons cheaper tlmn tho man who mnkes llimn by tlio road side j tho poor, clover, hard-working nolghborwho attends tho samo llttlo chinch with yon, brother grangort whoso children play with yours and attend tho samo school? Whnt will become or him when tbo noto fulls duo which ho expected to pay by ills labor on wagons for you and your neighbors? What will becomo of him when too mortgago is foreclosed and his children cry for urcadP Whnt will becomo of your neighbor, tho blacksmith, whoso nurll rings merrily down tho lano, whon ovcrythlng Is brought from tbs bond-holding manufacturer and tho blacksmith's tiro goes out for want of work? Whn...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 26 March 1875

f THE VJjjJLiM(XNT JTAKMEli : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnsbury, Vi, March 20, 185. Notes About Town. Strccler will have Bomcthiog to say next WeelCi ... . . .. . I A ( largo flntelu mil tnerj r ami ladies furnishing store I. won lo bo opened .a. 2?o, 8, Avenue Hbuso Mock, Eastern AvontitV Charles H. Dailey, of Coventry, lias I bnnirht of It. 1). Field, of West Derby, a dwelling liouso at tho north end of tho Plain. o , w r . -i Mrs. KcriMusou, who leelureU hort on' temperance some timo ago, lias just laiicn hoir to 810,000. Sho would probably be moro popular wero sho to come this way ngain. The horso caso between lranklin Vanco nnd Thomas Urto. of Danvillo, tried bcloro Justice ljcwis tho other day, resulted in n verdict for Vnnco to recover 8-0 ana costs, Drno appealed. Tho St. Jobnsbury Sovereigns get Kim wood collars for 121 eints per box, and freight. Orders from I'atrous and Sover eigns can be left at tho Faiimku offieo until Wednesday next. Joseph Fairbanks ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 26 March 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. For the Vmxost Fauxix. DAItKRNKD DATS, ir ). w. Lino. Out In the darkness of tha ntjnt I lend my piercing c te i 1 lift on hlih toy aching debt To cleave the clouded wayi. Mo itar-Uam meets my upturned eye, Nothing but murky spread No cheerful blue li In the ikr, ASl'e dull and duk o'er head, I turn me to the snow-clal erth, Far out attempt to ice t I mark each objeot'i well known worth, IU worth, alait for me I I eaie far off, yet ice not there, I only lee a blank When everything wai once to fair, Now notaome, dull, and dank.. Whence It thll ohange In me that'l wrought! Where Il.tholwliard'i tpellt Vhat woeful tpectre hare I brought From region) dire and fell! Araunt, ye ibadei of weary oare, And lcaro me to my love I bid ye go, nor ever dare Haunt me below, or 'bore. flr.els, Mi., Hank 1, 1W3. for the Vinuosr Farm an The Deiertcd Wife. by i:. A. J. Wlion Loon Somcrs nml Stella Drowning wore mnrrlod, people genornlly, and t...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 2 April 1875

I)C.., .A.3ST -A.a-RIOXJLXXJIt-A.Xi -AJTSTID PAMILY 3SrB-WSI-A.aPBIl. POE THE R,XJB,-A.X4lSTS OIF TKCE 3EOXJ3SrXAJC3Sr STATE. VOL. Y.--NO. 18. ST. JOHNSBUilY, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1875. WHOLE NO. 220. t'UIlUSlTF.I) WKEKI.Y. st. .ioit.vsBvnix; VT. ltOYAIi CUMMIN US. - - 1'itOPitir.TOit. WM. II. WHEELER, Eihtok. TKIUIS, AlTy In Anrante. On copy one year, In single wrappers or Bundles, f 2.no Hlx month .. I .no Threemontbs, on trial,.. 60 Club IUI.i, Four eoplos one Year, to separate addresses,.... $7.00 811 eoples,.'--' 10.00 Ten copies v I6.S0 And one copy free for tverjr ten. Free of Polle;e la any Point In the United States or Canada. All pperi stopped when the subscription paid for baa expired. Mon.jr should hy sent by postal money order, per abl. to Rotal Cuvmixns, or by registered letter, and when ont In either of these ways the safe trans mission will be at eur risk. A money order for $10 or leu OMU but (We oentl. Registration fee bare been reduced to eight cents. Money tent by ord...

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

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnibnry, Vt, April 2, 1875. Portland and Ogdensbnrgh. Tho Portland and Ogdcnsburgh railroad, thanks to the cncrgetlo and persevering char acter or tho men who havo hid Its construc tion in charge, is morally aura to bo pushed through to completion at the western end tho coming season. Through connection to Montreal will also bo tocurcd at an early day through tli recent consolidation of tho L1. !! rnr- Sul -I. Us 1nl,nol..,f WUUIU liuv. Aula n.ii uhvvuuauut; and tbo hamoillo valley on ono or tho most important and what promises to be ono of the most profitable lines from tho West to tho seaboard, and it ought to and probably will materially lessen the freight on maoy articles to points along tho road. The prom ises mado by tho president and others con nected with this road that no combination bhall ever bo entered into with other roads by it to keep freights up would bo of littlo weight were theso men not to well known...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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