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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 2 April 1875

TILE VERMONT 1TA11MEK : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Bt.. Johnibury, Vt, April 2, 1875. Notei About Town. Marshall Snow lias bought a horse. Tho Good TompHni of St. John.bury Con tcr havo a sugar party at their hall this (Friday) evening. All aro Invited. Samuel Smith, of Woodstock, advertises to "Up boots for CO ocnts and beol them for 20 cents." What is the prico in St. Johns, bury 7 The religious interest not only continues unabated but increases greatly. Probably 100 have been added to tbo number of con verts within a week. Books aro to bo opened nt tho Avenue Houso on the 13th and 14th for subscrip tions to the stock of tho new bank, as will be seen by the notico in another place. St. Johnsbury is a tcraporanco town, and a very good placo beside, just now, so we suppose tho chap who slept on tho sidewalk , Tuesday night must havo brought his liquor from outside. Tho Odd .Fellows will hold a sociable and sugar party at their Templo Tuesday oven Jog, April 0, from 7 to 1...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 2 April 1875

THE VERMONT EAKMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. For the Virxokt FARMIR. I.ONOINfl FOR RPIllNO, BT MATTIK I.AWBr.XCt. How I long Tor tho beautiful spring time, When winter has Unfitted IU reign, s Ami tho watm April ihowera soIUy patter On tho liouietop, tlio klllsldo, iCnd plain i They f-ay to tho crisp, flcVy inow".banki, Depart, for your labor Is done, Itothor Earth needs protection no longer, For tho raco of item winter fa run. And Spring, nltltlie, merry maiden! With a crown of wild flowers to gtaco Her brow, li tonlo for a season, And mako earth a bright, cheery place. Tho trees He will clotho With fresh rerdure, The dolds with a carpet of green, Sweet flowen, In fbrestand garden, And Spring, tartly feprlng, will bo queen. Tho snow-banks ifepart at the warning. And toon from tho rich fertllo would Wo fee tho green grass slyly" pwplngf " Tho cowslip, liko bright yellow goldi Whilo the violet, tnodcat and humble, In tome lone retreat hangs Its head, Tho peony, In brigh...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 9 April 1875

fiT -AJST A-aBIOULTUBAL uft-OSTID rFuaVEIITST li-B-WSPAPEBpil TUB IRtXRALISTB OP '(THp GKREi&T DOXJ3STTA.IISr STATE. WHoSe :n;0. 227. VOL. V.--NO. 19. ST. JOHNSBTJRT, KRIDAY, 1675. n i iiimfEi ill. ii rUnl.ISHKK "WEEKLY. IIOYATjCUMMINGS, - - I'ltoritiETOit. TltlUIS, Altvajrt In Advance, On oopjr rear, In iIdiU wrapper! or bundles, $2.(10 Blx months...... t 1.00 Three months, on trial, ...... . CO Club Rat... Ttneoplos,.. 'iv.f 16.S0 . And one eopy free for every ttn. Free of PoiUga lo any Point In tha United , j, mate. r Canada. All passers itoppad when tho subscription paid for 'baa elpUii. M.1.7 should by sent by postal medey orier, par all. to Royal Cannulas, or by r.tfiumi letter, aae when Mnt In either of then ways Ih. safe trans , Bullion will b. at .or risk. A laontr order far 110 or lets iw bat flfo eontt. Registration fees ban been rwtnced to eliht o.aU. Honor it by ordinary letter will seldom rail to reacb us, bat wo do not at isnssa tk. risk. A sabterlber wlihlatt hit...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 9 April 1875

BMONO) SVAiMBB : AN' AQ-BIOU'iiTURA'Tij AND AM'ITiT NEWSPAPER. 23 tons J Juno 14, 17 J tons. The distanco between tho rows and tho plants In the rows was tho samo on all tho plots. It will bo noticed that In this experiment thero was an avcraso of about 10 ilajs between each. timo of rowing, and that cacb period of 101, days lessened tho crop, ufn averago, about 6J tons. Tho Croatct uiforcoco was bo- tiO'lX'"! Juno 14 (42 days) tho crop was lessened ono-half. Tho following measurements Of beets havo confirmed my opinion oHhe rapid 1 increase S Xo mof 12 fine specimen beeU grown in ray garden in tho Summer of 1871; seed sown April 14 ; plants appeared April 20 ; eight leaves had appoared May 10 : u u 1 u . Dattt 0 Mitiurtmtnli S M '.' v r r Circumference, lnclie, I 3 61 la IBj 191 21 21 Sit Jliihtorcone.lnclieJ, I 1 t u J J" 1'roUblo weight, tlx, i l tot 8 From measurements made of several nvor- aped-si?.cd beets during their growth in tho summer of 1872, 1 ascertained tho probable g...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 9 April 1875

THE VERMONT IARMEUAN : AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St.. Johnriury, Vt., April 0, 1B75., Notei About Town. Eittbl'pertoDS united with tho Church of the Messiah Iait Buoa&y. Go to tho cdemy halt this (Friday) evening. School oxhibitloo. John LaFleur, Maplo Street, wg fined $10 and costs Tor dispensing the ardent, last week Wednesday. Most of the stores hard signed an agree ment to eloso on Wednesdays at 0:150 p. ra., on account of tho prayer meetings. Itev. 0. M. Southgatc, after a severe ill ness, bis recovered so as to rcsumo his mis sion duties. Ho is at Atlanta, Oa. One of Bryant's horses was found in the stable with his leg broken, Sunday morning, and had to bo killed. Value, 6200. There will bo a sugar party at the Church ol tho Mossiah this (Friday) evening. Sugar served from 8:80 till 10:30. All are in tiled. One of the new convert was a French Catholic. Ho savs ho liko it much bet ter ; it's much better to go to Jesus himself than to send a man.' Tho streets are an...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 9 April 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER. AN AGRICULTURAL AND EAMXLY NEWSPAPER. for tb VxnMtxt Fakmik.' WHAT COUM) 1 SAY1 Should torn heavenly audits lay "Child, oome thott from earth away I Lay thy earthly garments by, Meet thy Saviour In the iky I" What oh, Bavlour, could I lay, Bhoald my lummoni com to-day t Should seraph votoes call to-day, "Cease, poor wandering one, to itry HI the. to thy Father'! home, Nevermore In Brief to roam." What O Jetui, eo9Ul t iay, Bhould'st thou rend for me to-day t Should a mortage come to-day 'Fold thy earth-work all away t Lay thy toll-italned garment! down, Come and wear a glltteringcrownl" What, 0 Father, could I ay, Shonld'tt thou call for me to-day t Should my Father1! vole, now aay, "All thy ilni are wuhed away, All thy heart-woundi now ar healed, Heaven's new glorlei itand rerealed, Open now the perfect day, Child of earth what ean'it thou lay I" BhonM rar Saviour cently lay "Leave thy loved onei all, to-lay 1 oan heal each bruised heart, Ease the pain, and cure...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 16 April 1875

V - . .. . " VOL. V.--XO. 20, ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1875. "WHOLE NO. 228. PUni.lSttKIl WKKKLT. st. Jotr.YsaujKi', 4.T VT. llOYAIiCOMMINUS. Pitoi'msTOit. T1CIUI8, Alvraya In Advance Ob eopy one rear. In tingle wrappers or handles, $2.00 Ml months, 1X0 Three months, on trill,.... W Club Hate. Tenooplei,.- It. CO And one oopjr free for erery ten. Free of Postage la any Point In the United Statea or Canada All papers stopped when the subscription paid for has expired. Moaor ihonld by sent by postal teener order, pay able to RorAL Cukhisos, or by registered letter, aid when teat la either of lhee ways the safe treas nlnloa will be it-ear risk. A Honor order for $10 er less eoU bet Are eenti. Registration fees hare bean redeced to eight eaata. Money feat by ordloery letter will leldem fall te reach ui, bat we do not as tune the rltk, A iebeirlber wishing hli paper lent to a different poit ofaee mail rWe the name of the office It la ne teat to a welt aa the one It Is t st sent t...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 16 April 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnsbury, Vt., April 10, 1875. Co-Opcrativo Stores. -EI. Farmer : 1 hnvo road willi sorno sat isfaction tlio "articles of co-oporntion for n General store" In the. Faiimkii of April 0, but would suggest sonio alterations. In nrtlclo 1, after 'Jpo-opcrntlve stores" I would Insort! "umlor tlio firm mnmoof A. 11. & Co. in nrtlclo 3. Instond of "and slinll not bo less than tlio lowest market rates," &e, 1 would say : "as near ton por sent as circumstances will nllow( but not less than ten per cent." In somo localities merchants' profits nro too high, nnd should bo brought down to n reasonable price. And then If goods nro sold for pay down it docs not require so much profit as when on time, nnd In somo cases to nil eternity. I have dono business enough in this lino to bo satisfied that ton per oent pay down on goods will yield ns good n profit ou tho capital invested as In gcnoml farming. I also think it would bo n g...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 16 April 1875

THE VERMONT 1MJRME11 : AN AGOU'MUKAfc AND EAM'ITaY NEWSPAPER. few St. Johrnbury, Vt, April 10, 1870. Notes About Town. Sugar patty at tho Uaptist hall Thursday evening. II 15th. . . j i .. 5 superintendent of tt. I). K. Miller schools. Examination Monday, liutb. A Smith havo started their meat cart, and are bound to gtvo good meat at ipw prices. Ansel W. llanktns has sola his nouse on tho Avenue to John Hosmcr, of St. Johns- bury Center, for 87250. RnMnnt t tha church of the Messiah nTt Knmlnv vinlnff ! "Tho ltich Man T.nTnrna." b Trniicst. The oloso-communion Daptists talk of buildbB a chapel on tho corner of Maple and Railroad Streets, this season. Tr Itarvfttf iii nuttlni? ud a store lust be- lnw th A3 cent utoro. on Eastern Avenuo. Ho proposes to keep Yankco notions, &o. Thr will bo services at tho Church of the Metsiah on Fast Day-Friday the 10th -at half past ten in tho forenoon. All aro tn.ii-H. ''Junior's" article was (rood, and wo should havo been happy to publish it if...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 16 April 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. For the Vimiokt Fiasian, Tim riusoNKii. tr ORAM ATBEIITOX, A prls'ner lone, with feltori bound, Within ft derk'ned cell, Counting each link with weary round, A story each nay tell i Each link may bind a volume old With pegos dim with tears, And memory e'en now enfold The bliss of oilier years. One link may brine the starry skies, With breath of dewy ere, Within the paling of the eyei, And fairy phantoms weare i The brooklet from the green hill-side Thal't dancing on Iti way, The blrdllngs with their tongi of pride Are pictured here each day. The tunny slope where childhood free Was passed with eaiy grace, Endearing rock, and rill, and tree, Ai time wore on apace, While humming birds, and humming beei riayed with the clover bloom, And Allied round among rose trees With all their tweet perfume. The scene Is changed i another link Is conned by weary bands t The rolume opes upon tho brink Of love and youthful bands The stars the...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 23 April 1875

tint 1 tm umtumt mtmtt -A.3ST -A.GHliaXJXiXXJaRA.Xj -A.3STX3 IF-A-IMIIIjZ- NEWSPAPER POE T3HE33 IRTTIRXESTS OIF THE QKBEN 3VnOXJ3STX-A.I3ST STATE. VOL. V.--NO. 21. ST. JOHNSBHRY, FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1875. WHOLE NO. 229. punusnED WKF.KLT. AT vr. ROYAL CUMMIN03. I'ltoi'itirrron. TERMS, Alrrars In Advance. Oae eepy oae rear, In single wrappers or handles, $2.no Bit month!,... :. 1.00 Tar., months, on trial CO Club Malts. Teaooplee, 16.50 And on copy (roe fur erer jr ten. State, or Canada. all . I l. ... t V ... ..11.... ... tl . baa eiplrod. Money shoald by lent by postal mener order, pay able to ItoriL Ctmainos, or by registered letter, and when nnt In cither or these wyi the eafe traai nlnlon will be at eur rls. A non.y order for $10 er lees eesla bet Are eents. Registration feef bare been redaeod ta eight cent. Honey lent by ordinary latter will seldom fall to reach u, bat we do not as- II.. .I.V A aabecriber wliMnr.hU paper lent tn a different pott oHee mutt rlr the name of the offic...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 23 April 1875

St. Johnsbury, Vt., April 23, 1870. Tho importanco of our sugar crop can hardly bo overestimated, and tho difference in quality of this product which may bo caused by a Blight neglect of attention to details is second only to that in tho caso or dairy products. Vermont is tho banner maple, sugar producing stato, and wo -should all strive, to keep her reputation up to the standard not only for quantity but Tor qual ity. The greatest causo of poor sugar is tho proncness of sap to becomo sour. Wo especially urge, upon sugar makers, as tho sea son advances and the. weather grows warmer, tho importanco of emptying the buckets every day, whether tho amount bo much or littlo. A pint of sap standing in a bucket through a warm day will becomo so sour sometimes that if a bucketful should run tho next day it will bo sour and tho sugar from it will be dark and strong. Wo recollect once, when in the middlo of tho season tho sap in tho buckets had got the start of us and becomo Eour, so that as f...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 23 April 1875

THE VERMONT BARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND. FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 8t.. Johnilinry, Vt., April S3, 1875. Note. About Town. ' Tho Frco Baptist: mean buainesi, btro which stood whcro thoir new chur going hoi l ready beon demolished tod church is looked upon as a Qxcd fact coming summer. Mows. II. P. Shore & Co., and Wm. II. Nelson, tho inuMO dealers who advertise in tho Farmeh, aro doing a briuaro thing by their customers and consequently get a good, lively amount of business. Wonder what Chaso was about when Hob J, paid Rev. Hopkins $8 or $10 smart money for stealing a halt bushel of apples which belonged to Hopkins, soma time ngo. We haven't seen it mentioned in the Union. A. M. Cook has a oopy of the Gazetteer, published at Boston in 1770. Hearing of it we undertook to get a sight of tho relio but Chaso had cot tho start of us and this week's Union will tell all about it, probably, Somewhere over $200,000 has been sub scribed to tho stock of the Merchants Nation al bank, and the full 8...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 23 April 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. TOT the Virxoxt FAMi. DIIISAM OP BPltlNO. I dreamed the enfranehlied earth From tta trance-like deep awoke, Al the new born world sprang forth, When the morn of creation broke. And tier fettering shroud of mow In liny ptati still lr, Like the linen of long ago, (Trapped together and laid away. And It teemed that all at onoe Free from her ley bands (he lay, Ai If Nature had heard the Toloe, And the ilone been rolled away. Sprinting forth from her wintry grate, Bound In fettera ol Ice and mow, When that Voice commandment gave, " Loom her and let her go." Yet I ladly gated around, On the dentate, early iprlng, And taw not from all the ground Ono tender leaflet tprtng. And tadly I gated at the toll Awaiting the toiler'! tklll, If the harvest for which we toll Our empty garnert fill. And I taw not a workman ttand On hlllitde, In wood or glen, Awaiting the word of command, ( From the Lord of the husbandmen. They were awaiting the a...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 30 April 1875

wisr A.a-K,xaxjx.TXjit-A.Xi a.ont3d :F.A.:iwEirrz- newspaper defoir. the drtjr-a.XjIsts op xkcb c&eubsct :&oprisrxukjasr state. YOL. V.-NO. 22. t ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1875. WHOLE NO. 280. I runusriKn vtkekly. st. jfonjvsBVnw ar VT. ROYAL CUMMIN US, - - PitontiETOit. TKIUIS, Alirnj-e 111 Advance. On. eopy one rear, In tingle wrappers or bundles, 7XO Bit month!,..... t-00 Thr.o monthi, on trial, ...... 60 Free of Poetaa;e to any Paint In tha United Btatea or Canada. All papen itopped when th lubtcrlptlon paid for hai expired. Mon.y thould Mr tent by postal money order, pay able to Rotal Cdhhiiioi, or by reglitered letter, and when tent In .lUer ot thee waye the ear. traae nlnlon will bo at our rlik. A mon.y order for $10 or lees ouU bat 6 to aenti. llegirtratlon feu here been reduced to el(ht eentt. Money eent by ordinary letter will leldom fall to reach ui, bat ws do not a nni the rlek. A nbeerlber wlthlng hla paper lent to a different poet office matt Rive the na...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 30 April 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnibnry, Vt., April 30, 1875. Our Railroad. The Portland and Ogdcnsburgh railroad, or at least the Vermont division of it, is most emphatically a result of St. Johnsbury enterprise, and St. Johnsbury pcoplo havo a right to feel a special prido in tho road. St. Johnsbury wanted better communication, nnd the idea of a railroad to Montpelicr was rcccivod with much i'aror. This would aim ply havo given us access to tho western part of the state. In some way this projoct fell through, but still St. Johnsbury enterprise and capital was not satisfied with her trans- portation facilities, and from tho failure of tho nroiect for a road from St. Johnsbury to Montpelicr sprang tho grand project of a road which should form a link in an inde- pendont route from tho West to Portland and Boston. This grand schemo is well along toward completion, notwithstanding tho many Idiffi- culties it has had to encounter. Tho amount of favor wit...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 30 April 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnriury, Vt., April 30, 1878. Note About Town. Read wbtllvnw ttjs. IIer Gough to-night (Thursday). Randall, too, has pat n tin roof on his house. A. K. Rankin has been appointed consul at Messina, Italy. A party will Icavo hero for California, May 15. Tickets, 8115. Aia Dean sawed one of his Gngors off in the scale works, last week Friday, Wo see it in print that Dr. Urowno pur poses leaving us, to go to Uowansville, i'. (j, Jerry Drew has boucht the St. Johnsbury House for 810,500, and Geo. B. Walker, of LyndonTille, has rented it and taken posses sion. Chaso did have that item we called for last week, but the Union didn't get here till alVer the Farhkr was printed, so how should wo know? The Methodists hare exchanged their new bell for another which suits them better, and the village has an arrangement to use it lor a fire alarm. Mr, Dudley T. Chase, master of the New Hampshire state orange of Patrons of Husbandry, ma...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 30 April 1875

THE VERMONT EABMER : AN AGRICtHiTUiAX AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. For the Vibxort Fan. AXOKI, TIUO. THE In mtmtry af Mara Otrtruda Cltmtnt, Mary Class, and Maiilint Buck, thru litllt firti tnkln In a f IK trttht tern tht tamt tabbath tchaal tlatt at irttt Charltttan. A brltf mtmarlam afthttt pttatant III' tit gl'lt It htlna prtpartd far tht chlldrtn'a llbrorf. Three little gram, not sldo by title, Yet near the do ol tht rlrer Clyde, Corned with rote learts and tangled heath Belored chrysalis resting beneath, Names Rraren on tht headitonet three Oertrudt, Mary Chare, and Madle D., Bcholara long missed from school and elau And sabbath audience In tn mam, Their railing eyes I leng to greet, Their warm handi clasp, their lorlog lips meet Soft child-whispers. In ways that cheer, " I lore yon and I'm glad to be hero," Ah, but what are longings like thti To thtlt mttktrt' for their children'! kin t What my heart to thelri cruihed and torn, And empty armi to weary and worn t No cooing etepi upon ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 7 May 1875

a ffiv -A-UST -A.C3-DEliaXJXiTXJpaA.L -A.3ST3D rF-AJUEIITST 3STEWSPAPBR IFOR THB E,UK,A.IjIS1,S OF THE GKREBlSr IvdOXJISTTu-IISr STATE. VOL. Y.-NO. 23. ST. JOKNSBURY, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1875. WHOLE NO. 231. runMSHF.t) WF.RKLT, .ir sap. .roftA'snunx; i ROYAL CUMMINGS. 1'llOl'ltlF.TOll. Tnnill, AltTftye In Advance. Out copy on. vear, In single wrappers or handles, 12.00 Blx months,.. I .no Thr.a months, on trial, 50 Free of Pottage to muy Point In the United States or Canatla. All papers stopped when the subscription paid for Honey should by tent by poiUl money oner, pay able to RorAL CumiiKOS. or br rorlitered falter. and when rent In either of these wayi the sale trans mission will be at onr risk, A money order for 110 or Lea nsu uos ure cents, ue cmrauon tees hare been reduced to elrht cents. Unn.v sent hv nrdlntrv letter will teldotn (all to reach us, bat wo do not ai- IDBI nw rise. A subscriber wishing his paper lent to a different pes t Bee mntt rive the name of the offlce It Is new...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 7 May 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER : AH AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnibury, Vt., May 7, 1876. Fraud in High Placet. Notwithstanding tho centennial celebration and tpceches, in which "wo Yankees" havo glowingly painted our virtues, our liberty, nnd nil tho dcsirablo and glorious features of our nobio country, (and nono can fed prouder than wo of tho good namo and sub jitantial benefits of onr country) no aro con strained to confess that a glanco at tho rottenness and corruption in tho adminstra tion of public offices throughout our laud is enough to mako ono sick at heart, were it not for his hope of improvement. Tho sub ject is ono that has been harped upon until many feel to turn from it in disgust, but, bb tho only redress lies with tho pcoplo, and as thoy havo tho matter ontirely undor their control if thy would but allow their oyes to bo opened, wo boliovo in talking about it, until thoso who havo tho power (tho major ity) shall bo compelled to open their eyes and act. This they h...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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