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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 7 May 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnsbnry, Vt, May 7, 1875. Hotei About Town. That Cftllfbrnift oxcursion has bast." Hon. Horace Fairbanks has boon danger oueljr ill. in Boston, but is recovering. Mrs. Dr. Vairbrothor and daughter and George Hopkins started for California, Wed ncsday morning. 1 John Soott was Bubpocnacd in the proao cution ol Poland for selling liquor but thought best not to attend court. It cost him 810 to stay at homo. We bare had ocoasion onco or tvrico re cently to get work done at Lonorgan'e, and found his prices as reasonable as anynhcre clso in the village, if not more so. Head V. L. S welt's ad. of eggs for hatch ing. Mr. Swett has had excellent success in tho chicken business and can bo relied upon every timo for what ho promises. Two coses of Stooo's small-pox already, ono at tho Univcrsalist church and ono at tho Summervillo Bchool house. The Caledo nian offico don't seem to have been affected by it. E. It. Hovoy has sold th...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 7 May 1875

For the VlBUOKT Pasiiir. UAItt.AND.UOLU. Teles of old the poU tell, la their dreamy language qualnti Stories of a wondrous (pell, Chimes upon a mo3S-grown ball, Far and hint. Voa may listen all the day To their wondrous melody, Dot the notos the poets play Charm the soul Mid float away, Softly flco. Oh, we cannot ttrlke the chordi Of the tales the poets tell I 1 1 there mystery In words t Has th, life-stream hidden fordst Who tan tell I But the myrtle talca of old, Stories of a wondrous spell, Tliat the dreamy poets told, aiimpies of the garlend-gotd None can tell. Facl Faitkor. lot the Vinno.iT Farhm. the noi.on.v stair. XT GRACE ATIIIRTON, I shall meet her In the valley When the lamp of life fades ont i When the darkness bids around me With the shadows 'round about. She Is standing 'mong the angels In the realms of upper air i She will leave them there to meet me At I near the gelden stair. She will meet me In the valley I shall clasp her ai of yore To the heart that's ever seekin...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 14 May 1875

. .'ff "t S'.v , A.3ST A.a-DRiaXJXiTXJH,A.L -A.aTX IF-A-IIVEIXTrr 3M JT W QgAJPBR IFOIK. TKCH DFtrTRA-IjISTS OIF TUB vrornSTT-A-IT STATE. " ' una VOL. V.-HO. 24. sr. ttoMijrsMvni; IT. ROYAL GUMMINttS, PKOmiETOrt. TERMS, Always In Advance. Oee eopy eie tear, In sincle wrappers or eoneles, 13.00 Mr maatbs..... .1.00 Three months, on trial,- CO Pre of FhUri mny Polut In the Vntcd Stat, or Canada. All papen (topped when the subscription paid for nas aspire. Money fb.alil.by dent by postal money order, pay able to Rotil"Coiii.io3, or br registered letter, and when eent In either or theee ware the tafe traas mlulon will be at our risk. A noner order (br 110 or less costs out ore eenu. necisuauon leei oare been redneed to eight cents. Money eent br ordinary letter will eeldom rail to rtaob us, but wo do not as same tke risk. A seencrfber wtsblas; his paper sent In a different post oBoe must lire the name of Ue offlce It Is seat to as well as the one It Is It sent to. The date on roar addre...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 14 May 1875

THE VEKMOHT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johnibury, Vt., Hay 14, 1875. To Rcaden of tho "Farmer." For a ltttlo moro tliau a jcar I bavo had tho editorial management of tho lfonUEn. During that timo it has been my constant effort to mako the paper tho friend of the working man,' and to keep it above any tub'' rerviency to any parly or ring, whether political, monetary, or other. How far I have succeeded I Icavo it for tho patrons of tho paper to decide Private interests now compel my absence from the office, and withdrawal, for a timo at least, from the notiro (supervision of tho paper, though I shall continuo to epcak through its editorial columns, and thoso in whoso hands tho immodiato manage ment of its columns is left will, I haroovory reason to believe, perform their duties in tho fullest sympathy and harmony with tho causo of the laboring man, and Joel tho same pride which has been felt in making tho VwiidsT FARJtun tho people's paper. Vhilc tho general ch...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 14 May 1875

THE VERMONT BAJRMBR : AN AGRlOtfLf U'KAL AND EAMJGLY NEWSPAl?EK. i.r - St.. Johmfcnry, Vt, Hfty14, 1875. Notei About Town. II. W. Fleetwood la very ill with , pilOUi mcnia. The Free Baptist parsonage la on its iray to tho et part of tho lot. Thirteen persons united vrith tho Church oi the Messiah, last Sunday. , . . - Brbrro, the milk man, has Tailed mf 6o.7t' Harvey has bought tho routo. One or tho bid village1 landmarks is gone. A. M. Cook's express . horso ",DiokrBve, up tho ghost the other day. ' - - Tho Caledonian mny dry its eyes. Mr. Whoelor doesn't rjuito eloso his labors," as tho well posted organ ii eo " pained to learn." Ucon & Corrivcau occupy tho room trhoro ' the job printiog'ouice was in tho Avenue blbck, for a boot" and shoo minuficturin and repairing shop. Tho hard times haven't slopped business entirely. K. h. Ilovey has sold in the last throo months $10,150 worth of real estate and has moro to sell. If the Caledonian man had read the pa. pen the last few days ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 14 May 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. T1IK PV1WO WIFE. lUU ray pillow, bstband, dearest, Faint and fainter comet rny breath, And thote shadows iteallng slowly, Matt, I know, bs thoie if death i Bit down eloie beside mo, darling, Let me clasp Jour warrd, stfong hand i Yonrt that ever hai sustained m To tha harden of UiU land. Por your God and mine oar Father 1 Thenoa ihall arer lead me on i Where, upon a throne eternal, Site hli loved and only Bon i r re had rliloni and been dreaming O'er the pari btjor end palm ' Year by year I've wandered backward Till 1 wai a child again. Dreams o( girlhood and the moment When I itood your wife and bride Ilew my heart filled with love's triumph In that hoar otwoman'i pride i Dream of thee and all the eertlnsliords Firmly twined about my heart Ohl the. bitter, burning aagulsb, When I lint knew we mutt part. 1 1 haj passod-and Ood haa promUed Alt thy footstep, to attend i ' lie that's more than friend or brother, , , . He'll be ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 21 May 1875

irarntcr. .osr u.C3-s-iauxJa?xjii-A.Xj -a.2stid pp-iXiY ith"wspaphb fob Tiiaa b-tji-ajejIsts of tub ohebzst 3vroxjisrT-A.iisr state. VOL. V.--NO. 25. ST. JOHNSBURT, JTBIDAY, MAY 21. 1875. WHOLE NO. 238. fUDMSHGD WKKKLT. .it sr. joHA'savnx; rr. ROYAL CUMMINGS, I'uorniETon. TKKMS, Always In Aitmucc. Oi. eopr on jr, In slntl. wnppm or feuwlhi, $2.10 Mixm5un.:....' .r. : 1.00 Thrta months, on trial CO Fr. of Postage a any Point In tin United State, or Canada. All ptpert stopped when the subscription paid for nu axpiroa. Hour should bjr aent ly postal neney order, pay. able to ItorAL Cuxmaaii, or by regUtered letter, and tin Mat In .ILher of thus way. the aafa traag- altlon will be at our risk. A taoney order for 110 or lex eoita but Are eenti. Retlitration feel hare been reduced to eight oente. Money sent by ordinary letter will feldom fall to rtach ol, bat we do not at lana the risk. A sibscrlber wishing bis paper tent to a different poit oSoe rno.t rlre the name of the office It 1 new...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 21 May 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ittwn$ grow 8t. Johnsbury, Vt., May 21, 1875. Protection and Taxation. Io recognition of tho principle that tho intcrcsta of tho rural sections aro as much entitled to encouragement and protection from government as thoso of manufacturing institutions, tho legislature of Maino has passed a law exempting from taxation for a terra of years all land set apart for tho growth of timber, said land having ouco been cleared. Wo regard this as a step in tho right direction. Our forests in this country aro disappear ing qui to too rapidly, and it is well that BOincthing should bo dono to check tho rapid destruction. Tho ratification of a treaty of reciprocity with Canada admitting Canadian products froe of duty has been opposed by lumbermen aa strongly as by any interest, because they claim they aro not ablo to com- pcto witti Canadian lumber. That would seem to bo ically an argument in favor of reciprocity, becauso if Canada can supp...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 21 May 1875

THE VJERMO NT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. as,,n l?H.Ai4it4 Tfftf. pKiWIfr .- : 1 , . ,-. wnion is go much oeiaccu Dy Hie rains tnat i' mer. Mass.. as ntaht watchman la tne wis iwenvy-MTon ieann nigm. """'"p- St.. Johnsoury, Vt., may h oi- A np ,0 tho prC8Cnt writn(. but littto of it has orphan asylum. 5118 parquetto proper was 51 by 4o feet Threo - ' been deciphered, addressed to "Monsltur t i t).j, r vi-,- .tj . niir 0f and hd Mats lor 052 persons, aod, by put. longing to Motes Aooui iowu. Ucrtacot. lledon. trance," ,ilt,,-n-mn!,..oi.i ...ra that The new Armlngton block is lo bo Bold ut Clark Towers, a St. Johnsbury printer, Is now working at Lonipoo, Gal., and sends somo good specimens of his work. Kd P. Carpenter, formerly of St. Johns, bury, is doing a thriving business In drugs and watchmaking, on Worthington street, Springfield, Moss. Kd Is a livo man nnd bound to got ahead in tho world. Dr. B. T. llrooks returned homo on Satur day from his threo months' oru...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 21 May 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. muni Ummw For tin ViRvoKt FAMiut, ONLY A YBAn. BT OB1CI ATltlRTOX. ' Only year, Only year, . Is heard In a blrdllng's tongi Only ft year, Vet there' ft tear, At ha chirps the day lire-long. What doei lie lay, . Thli bird io gay, , Ai he (111 from tree to tree, Ooan he tell A tory well, While he sings for you endnis I ; ' r, i v f Onlyft year, Yet 0 to dear, " " With ft chime within a chlras, Bringing a, tono ,1 While all alone He trips with the gay springtime. How well ho tells, " How true It trolls, "j Ai Iio takes hll southern flgh't, His long It drear, The end It near, At eloies the winter's nfght. Only ft year i Vet there's a bier, . , While the wreaths of Immortelles Are deftly wound it j , , With flowers found, Away In tho wild-wood dells. 0 droop the pall Over It all Fold closely away from sight 0 leave It lone Without one moan. While flowers are blooming white. For the Vkrmoxt Famiir. A MAY WItEATII. Let hy-gonea for...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 28 May 1875

..i wet Siafrt AJISr -A.O-HiaXJLTXTIt-A.ILi A.3ST3D iP-A.MI31.7Sr ISTBWSPAPBB ITODErt TiH TTIR A.LISTS OF TIKE a-BBEisr JVCtotCTTulilSr STATE. VOL. V.-HO 26, ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, MAY 28 1875. AVHOLE NO. 234. J1 ; mIT i-unusHRn KVr.itv viiiiut nv ROYAjL CTJAtMitfGS, ST. JOllIVSllUIlY, VT. 0, HORACE HUBBARD, Agricultural Ed'r, V. O. Aildre.it Springfield, VI. Term, of 8ibcrlptlou. One copj raw year, M In ad ranee, i,..,Twn Dollari. One copy lx month,. uneuoiiar. On. coitr three monUil. on trial. Fifty Ceut. VrtB of PoataRe in any Point In (lis Untied State, or Canada,. All ihkii tloiiprd when the lutucrlptlon ua expired. In requcltlne . change of atlilreM, the por-lolllcs It I to tie changed rruta anouw DC gtren aa wen ai ine new nonreM. No matter wnrve you flee. alwaya'AaWyonr letiere from the pottemee where'you reeelre your mil and jrou ttllt ure tnucn neeuiesa annoyance. Communication! for the Agriculture) .Department houhi Ite au.lreeed 10 ine Agricultural euiior ai apnugneMi, ,...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 28 May 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Bt. Johnsbury, Vt, May 28, 1875. Board of Fardoni. In view of tho frequenoy with which criminals aro pardoned out or prison, often before oy considerable portion of their sen teoce has expirod, nd in cases where tho naturo of their crime tad tho circumstances surrounding it demand they should receive the full .penalty of Ihe law, the idea of Ihe Pennsylvania, who have established under their new constitution what they term a board of pardons, would secin to bo ono well worth copying. The evil whloh this plan guards against, wo aro pleased to say, has for a year 0r two been growing less in mag mitudo in somo of the states, notably in New York under Dix and Titdcn, and in Massa chusetts, while Vermont has never been very sorely afflicted with it, but tho ounco of pre vention is proverbially valuable, and as such a law manifestly can do no harm except In holding to their full punishment thoso who deserve punishment, and whom th...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 28 May 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER . AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St Johnibnry, Vt, May 89, 1870. Note. About Town. Mrs. L. P. Poland is dangerouily ill with pneumonia. Choral Voioo mtcU at Nelson's musio rooms Tuesday at 7 p. m. Diphtheria and canker-rash haro made their nppearanco and several cases haro proved fatal. At the School Meeting Monday evening, it was voted to raise 83 J cents on a dollar ortho Grand List. Judge liowman his sold a lot Tor (800 at Paddock's Villago Tor a new church Tor tho Second Advent sooiety. The St. Johnsbury House is getting a largo run of business, simply because Mr. Walker knows how to keep a hotel. The Merchants' National Bank has final ly decided upon a location and bought (loo. U. Flanders' block for $12,000. A pair of twin boys arrived in town Tues day, and claimed a rcsidenco with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Whitney, Summcrville. On Saturday Judgo liowman sold tho Arminotnn block to V. V. Ik T. (1. Klolclirr for 84,0(50. It cost Mr. Armington 89000. Tho Fren...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 28 May 1875

THE VERMONT PARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. kv , . . .. 4 ... a a, WHH JWjiVVMVP wi I For the VtRHOKT fARMKB. KA11IIATII IIKI.I.8. ' Sweetly ring the Babbalh bells, Braten muslo, tinner soft! Heat th tiling, full-toned swells, Mounting Ilk bird aloft, . Mellowing far la mysllo sptll, Strangely lOftl , Listen to the aniwer lng ctilrae, l'eillng forth to wide and free i How each tonga at wlemnjtlmes, Oners up lt teelody, Whll the lingering echo climbs Wide and free. Floating o'tr the silent land, tp the valley, on the hills, Eirth end neive&wtthinurt spanned, While the long, unbroken thrills Roll eeroM In raininess grand On' the hills. Ohlen memories of my mind lwlthrhymlngfrorathb)bJi.( . Broken ties 1 ne'er could Bnd, Krery tone. tome socrct tells t , . Faded garlands freili unwind From the belli I Teen end smUoa In swlrtos t chut, Opo' the closet of my aonl, All the Ylleness, el) the pace, ,C Till I lee end feel the whole All th vileness, ll the greee Of my loul. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 4 June 1875

jfattnet ML- V -ftjsr A.ca-K.iaxjXiTXJDa-A.Xj jJshd T'jcixrsr nsra-wsrPuSkJPxm for tohcb irttiriests of tub acEtBEisr 3vtox7DsrT-A.i2sr state. YOL. V.-NO. 27. ST. JOHNSBUHY, FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1875. WHOLE NO. 235. VOnUSOKD EVE11Y FMIIAT BV KOYAL CUMMINGS, ST. JOIINSBURY, VT. C. HORACE HUBBARD, AETicnlturarEd'r, V. O. Addren, Kprlngfleld, i VI. Ttrmi of Snbecrlptlon. On cop cm lew, Si In .dnince,. ........ ..Tw Pollen. Dm copy ill month.,- ' "0n DoUir. Oh copy three month!, on trill, Fifty Cent. V of Po.tag. tm ny Point In th. United State, or Cunfttliu An rapere toppeil wnen th. rabecrlrtlon hu eiptre.1. la reouef tin . cheng. ot addrni, the twetolncs It U to be eh.ocvd from thoukl be gtren u well to. I I new fcUrei. ConmranleaUon. for the Airrknttani Pefutrtnent ehouhl be feUmied la th. Airlculturel editor et 8prtotW, TL Farmers want facts. Do not guest at anything and recommend it to others, Theory U not worth much to run a farm upon. It may do well enough as a basis for experiments ...

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

'v : 1 - THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Bt. Johnsbury, Vt, June 4, 1875.'. . ' ' Oo-Opcratlon. While tho subject of cooperation or farm ers and working men for var!6ui objects "5s being disoussed wo tiro reminded of ono very fcasiblo plan for effecting a saving by coilp cratlon which, though in successful opcratiou jo some sections, in tho sUto of Now York and elsewhere, has not so far as wo know been tried in this vicinity. It is tho combi nation of tho farmers in a neighborhood of email farms, whero each is not able to own n full set of improved machinery, or has not work enough to make it pay, forming an as sociation for tho letting and hiring of ma chinery. This association is to havo a pres ident and secretary, and meet as often as may bo desirable. Thoy will adopt by-laws fixing tho price per day which shall bo paid for a plow, a horso rako, a mbwer, a thresh er, a ono-horse or a two-horse team, &o. At perhaps owns a mower, 13. a fanning mill, V....

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 4 June 1875

THE YERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. St. Johmbnry, Vt., Juno 4, 1876. Notci About Town. Five porsons united with (ho Calvinlst Baptist UhuriU last Sunday by baptism. Twenty persons united with the Free Will Baptist Uburoh last Sunday by baptism. Farmers wishing to exchange milk for cosh will find an opportunity by consulting odr advertising columns. Benjamin llogcrs while at work for B. F. Rollins sawed his left hand badly last Sat urday, Bishop Do Goesbriand wilt bo in this place next Sunday, to administer the rito or continuation to tho children of tho Catholio Church. Geo. P. Mooro has taken in partnership Mr. A. 0. llarvoy, formerly with Mr. Has kell, and they propose to put in a stock of ready-made olothing. Tho 41et annual meeting of tho Caledonia County Council of Congregational churolios will bo held Tuesday and Wednesday, June 8 and 0, with theohurch in Kant Ilardwiok. The ladies of the Freo Baptist Society will hold a strawberry festival at their hall...

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

KDITIIKS3. Coaeasroirrirra who hart formerly favored us with articles for Literary and Ladlea Departments, ere Invited to continue their favors, and unlit In making Ihli page entertaining nod attractive. , I IX)VI5 TO MVE. BT MM. r. T. Ft 0 tll me not that I mtut leave Thli earth lo beautiful and fair, That I so more Kith friends I lore Will all thtlr Joya and sorrows ihara. 1 lore to lire, and lira to lor My home, my friends, and a'en my foes i And bleu oar All-wise Father, Ood, Whose band each bounteous gift bestows. 1 love to lira to ibare with Mends The choicest blessings that an tain And In tho wreath that decks thalr brows, Tho loveliest buds of friendship twine. I lore to lire I a'en though the storms Of aorrow sometimes cloud our iky, The aye of faith can pierce the gloom, Aid rlew those bllstfnl realms on high. And I ihall ercr lore to lire, While I can aid, console, or cheer With gentle words, or tones of lore, Those who surround my pathway here. Sat when tho time shall co...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 11 June 1875

jAJIST -A.C3-B.iaXJIiO?XmXi JJSTJD FAMILY NEWSPAPER FOR TUB RTJRALISTS OF TUB GJ-IRHZBISr MOXT2SrT-A.IISr STATE. VOL. V.-NQ. 28. ST. JOHNSBTJRY, FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1875 "WHOLE NO. 236. PUIIMSMKI) KVT.ltY KllIDAT ItV ROYAL, CUMMINGS, ST. .10IINM1UHY, VT. C, HORACE HUBBARD, .AgriCDltolEi'r, P. O. Ailrirtea, Spfiiigflalil, VI. Trrnie of Bubecrliitloli. Doe copy one 7r, l'1 i alrnce,.. Two Dollar. One copy tlx month,. . i. .. ..On. Dollar. One copy three montlw, m trill, Fifty Centa. Free of Pottage) 4a nr Paint In the United St(t. or Cmmila. All papers ttopprd whn the eubacrlptlon hu expired. In rpqaeittnir a ehnnte of addreai, the tMMtofnce It Is to be changed from ibouM bu gfren m well as the new addreu. Ill Clulie. Four coplea, paid at onetime, Bit Dotlari. ThU minora the net coit to $1.60 icr copy, jet, let no one utpose that four different erions tub-crlblng at different timet ami paying $1.60 each would amnuut to tlie eame thine. The object of the dull ll to faereiue Mf fori. If De...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 11 June 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ST. JOIIN8BUBY, JUNE, 11, 1875. Country vi. City. Hundreds of farmers' eons who wo hopo will read this article think It a hardship that they livo in tho country and nro denied tho benefits and advantages of city life. They regard tho city as a placo where everything that tends to mako life pleasant has been gathered, regardless of expense. They ox ' pect when thoy leave the farm and go to tho city (as many of them intend to do as soon as they aro their own roasters) that they will bo starting out in Ufa with circumstances moro favoring than thoy ever would be on tho farm. They can go to the theaters, con certs, lcoturcs, &c, when they chooso, edu cational advantages will bo afforded to their families whioh they in their youth havo been deprived of, and in many other ways tho prospect looks tempting. Tho nominally high prieo of labor also looks tempting to tho youth who knows nothing of tho thousand and one ways in which t...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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