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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 11 June 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER: A ACULTUXtAIi i-AKD FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ST. JOHNBBUHY, JUNE 11, 187B. Notes About Town. Ira Hryant has been verjr sick but Ss now slowly gaining. A. M. Cook, our express agent, Is danger ously III with pneumonia. Mr. mil Mrs. A, K. lUnktn are eipootod homo early in July. Wo understand tyr. Itankio decides not to accept the Uoruulship at Mess'ma, preferring Vermont to Sicily. Jjiirds' marble works are doing a thriving business this season, employing twonly-sii hands. John N. Qalo is foreman of tho shops and somehow manages to make busi ncss hum. Chan, .louts, a mulatto, stole a tcndol lar scarf from K. A. Hunt at tho Avenuo Houso last Sunday, but before ho got away with it he was arrested, fined $20 and coats and lodged in jail, Geo. 0. Flanders, having sold his block to the bank, is closing out his goods at low fig. urcs, and going West. Tlioso wanting good bargains in dry goods will Qod them at Flan ders' store for a fow days. Head his adver tisement. Tho examinat...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 11 June 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER :A3S AGIOatQaaAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Mrs. F. V. Powers, - - Kditiiess. CoBSsrosDr.irrs who have formerly favored ni with articles for the Literary end Ladles' Departments, are Invited to continue their favors, and assist In msklnj this page enttrtalolnf and attractive. For the Vermont Farmer, IXIIOKS. Br FAUL ruixon. From th world unknown there till Answering echoes to onr call. Olten through the listening aoul Endless longings backward roll From the ektei of mystery, From the ever-ebbing" ret, Hlth some message faintly told. With tome vision half unrolled, Or ft thought that fades and dies In the depthi of distant skies, Leaving naught but memory. Lost upon a pathless leal Hchoei hare ft myetlo spell, Halt to hide, and hatf to tell Of their wondrous tale. And oil, As they rise and iwell aloft, Wo can catch a secret itray, Ere the echo dies away. For tho Vermoxt Farmer, Acnosnc. Br ORACB ATI1EBT0X. P early drops of heaven's dew A ro In cloud-land all for you t U...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 18 June 1875

-Sr. a.3ST AO-BIOITLTUBAL PAMILY 3STDa-WSP-A.IlR. FOR THE ItTJIt-AJEilSTS OF THE C3-K,BB3ST ayCOTTItfT-AXIXr STATE YOL. Y.-NO. 29. ST. JOHNSBURT, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, X875. WHOLE NO. 237. runusnr.i) kveiiy kkidat nv ROYAii CUMMINGS, BT. JOIINBlltinY, VT. C, HORACE HUBBARD, Agricilllnral U 1 O. Address, Sprlnt-ncld, VI. Terms of Subscription. Oh eopy on. year, In adrtnce, ...Two Dollars. One copy tl months,.... One Dollar. Oue Copy thrae months, on trial, Fifty Cents. Free of Postage to any Paint In the United State, or Canada. All papers stopped when the subscription hu erplred. In requesting a chtore of address, the postofBee It Is to be ehtnr-d from should be riven it well as tie new adJreu. tn Clnb.. Vour copies, paid at one time, SI I Dollars. Tats minces the net cost to 1W per cop, yet, let no one suppos. that roar different persons subscrtblnf at different times and paling f l.M each would amount to the exme thlnf. Tke object of the club Is to ixcreail iuiiaris. If Deacon J ones, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 18 June 1875

THE VERMONT EARMER: AH AGRICULTURAL AND EAMILY NEWSPAPER. ST. JOHNBDUnY JUNE 18, 1875". The Indian Question. 'ilia Indian question has begun to bo about ns serious as any which this government has now to consider. It has always bcon ono of perplexity and annoyance Wo havo had tho opinion for eomo timo that tho govern mcnt was not serious enough in Us consider ation. Wo aro sorry to beliovo, that as a government, and a guardian of tho Indians, wo havo not kept our faith good ; otherwise wo should not bo having this perpetual troub c. Wo supposo tho Creator mado tho In dian tho samo as llo did tho whito man, and that llo intended tho earth should bo his homo and support just the same. But wo havo pursued him for years with a relentless fury, as though God had made a mistako in making and placing him hero. Wo know full woll wo havo to deal with an "untutored savage," but wo sometimes think ho behaves better for what ho knows, by far, than the whito man. It is a fact, that tho greater t...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 18 June 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. BT. JOHNBDPHY, JUNK, 18, 1B76. Notes About Town. The Baptltta hara tlio foundation Tor the now chapel all completed. Tho Band is reorganized with Frank Ilib bard as E-flat cornet and dlrootor. Tho firo-nlarra joslerday noon was jult a little behind the times say about a hundred years. Messrs. Moore, Llttlcficld, IUrmogton, and Winslow are doing evangelical work at Burlington. TlioEroa Baptists rcceired fifteen new members last Sunday by baptism, making 47 in three weeks. Mr. Badger says he is not going to be outdone by tho Sovereigns, and will furnish milk at five oents a quart, and less if others do. Tho Froo Baptists are going to have a Sabbath school excursion by special train to West DanviHo with a pionio on an island there, next Thursday. The exercises of the graduating class occur atstho academy this (Friday) evening commencing at 7J o'clock. The programme comprises orations', essays, music, and the presentation of dip...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 18 June 1875

THE VERMONT PARMER : AST AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Mus. V. V. rowEia, - - - Editress. CoueniMim who have formerly favored ua with artkln for Die Literary end Ladlee' Departments, ere Invited to continue thHr favors, ant assist In making thli page entertaining and attractive. For the Vxtutorit Fiattta. ASPIRATIOX. Horn of peace, end Joyl to bright, Beam on at In dreamt to-night I Let thy vliloaed glory thine Into thli lone heart of mine. May the dear onot I hare loved, Who by death hare been removed, Their dear features flowing bright, Vlilt me In dreamt to-night I Let those heautltt which are sealed To my tplrlt be revealed, Jasper walls, and atreeti of gold, To mr raptured gate unfold. Let me view the happy plaoe, Where J etui thowt hit nulling Cue, Where the great and August One, Sitt upon llii thlnlng throne. Let me hear the tweet " Well done I Rest from labor faithful one! Thou thy weary Croat hath borne, Now reeelre the i tarry crown." Thou my name hut ne'er denied, He...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 June 1875

vttvumt .A.3ST JG-JEXOTJXuTTJJEIJXj jbJJXTJD. FJJUZXTTSr EWSIP-AJPEIR FOB TUB lEVQ-JRLISTS OH? THE GKREEZEST 30XJnSTTjftuI3Sr STATE. VOL. Y.--NO. 30. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1875. WHOLE NO. 238. runusnEt) kvkiit hhdat rnr ROYAL CUMMINGS, ST. JOIIKSBUKY, VT. C, HORACE HUBBARD, Agricultural Ed'r, P. O. Aidreia, f)prlHRllId( Va. Term, of Snbacrlptlon. One ropy one year, paid In adranca,.. Im Dolltrt. Om copjr ill Bionlhl One Dollar. una cop J inreemonui wi iwit 117 wiwt Km of PoitBRe to mliy Point 'tri til Unit State, or Canada. All paper etopped when the eubacrlptton hat .xnlrel. In rcnnetUng a change of addreM. the pottofftoe. It te to be changed front ehould be given at well aa the new address. In Clubs. I'our copies, paid at on time, H Dalian, Tblt reduce, the net cost to S1.&0 per ropy, jet, let no on. suppose that four different penora eahseribing at different times and paring tl.W each would amount to the same thine;. The object of the cloli l M tarreat teihm, II Dea...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 June 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NeVsPAPER. ST. JOHNBBTJItY, JUNE, 25,1870. Protection Against Fire. l'rono as the irencralltv ef mon tiro to adopt "penny wise and pound foolish " prin ciplcs in their individual affairs, thoy seem to bo moro to in tho collcotivo capacity of villages and towns. We will not inoludo elato and national affairs, because the state ment would not apply. Money is not with held any too often thero. Hut lion difficult it is to get a villago to vote a smalt appro priation to provide suitablo Cro engines and equipments, or to stimulate the local Cro de partment to thoroughness and efiioicnoy ! It seems easier to bond tho town to take stock in almost any railroad scheme, no matter how rcmoto the prospect of over seeing the money back. The reason is, that though the town may siok tho money invested in tho road, certain individuals expect tho road to bring an advance in the valuo of their prop erty, ami so their vote and their influenco is carried i...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 June 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. BT. JOnNSBUBY, JUNE 25, 1870. Notes About Town. Henry 0. Idc, Esq.. has bought tho San born place, wct o( the North Church, Mr. and Mr. Eaicrvou Hall celebrated their silver wedding with a largo collection of friends last Saturday. Th Caledonian, last woefc, announced tho narai of a young lady as essayist on Cucumbers. Good, cool subject for this weather. Probably tho Lyndonvillo picnio is "gjno up" now, for tho Caledonian thinks it is "inoru scnsiblo to celcbrato at home than to go off to somo other town." Jerome Bacon and Mrs. C. N. Harris, nt tho Center, took each other's company for Canada last week, and rumor says they had some encouragement front other patties that didn't go. Children's Sunday at tho Church or tho Messiah nest Sunday. The church will bo decorated, an address by tho pastor, dedi cation of cliitdreu, singing Ac, will coosti. tute the services. Floral Concert in the evening by the school. To all tho servi...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 June 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Koithess. COMMNIKDMM Who hT fortoerly fSVOrtd US With articles for lbs Uterary and Ladles' Department!, ere Invited ta continue their favors, and Milit In Bilking this page entertaining and attractive. For tha Vbosi FARMKR. I.KADBTI1 UK. im llelealcthmel From scenes or pain lit dram my footstepi bark again, To wher. tha pure ambrosial dew, I And healing tephyn, Ufa renew, And makei ma thus In weakness rtt How kind the hind that laadath me. lie leadeth mel When envy's dart Folntod by malice wound! my heart, A tender roloe In pity sounds For thee 1 bore Br. bleeding wonndi At done to thee, to onto Io Thai by 11U voice lie leadeth me. He leadeth met When earei abound And trlali fierce my path inrround Ami when tompUUonl thick are spread, And tin obtrudes IU hydra head, " Forsake thy tint and follow tie " Hit own commandment leadeth me. lie leadeth me I When Hope has fled, If In defpalr 1 bow my head What can disperse the tyrant'...

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 July 1875

VOL. V.-NO. 31. PUnMSHED KVEltr FItlUAT BV ROYAL CUMMINGS ' ST. JOIIKSBUTlYt VT. C. HORACE HUBBARD, AgricnUnral Ed'r V. O. Adilrfss, Spiintrneld, Vt. T.Tina of Subscription. Ooe copy on. year, ield Id adranoe,.........Twn Dollars. One copy six months,, ,, ...i.....One Dollar. Uno copy three months, ou IrUl, Flltr Cents. Free of 1'oiIkb to amy Point In the Unit. State, or Canada All papers stopped when the subscription hss expired. In requesting a change of address, the poslomce It Is to clanged from should he giren as well as the new address. In Clnbs. four copies, paid at one time, Six Dollars. This reduces the net cost to li.oQ per copy. rL let no obi suppose that four different persons subscribing at dlflereot times and tog $1.G0 each would amount to the same thing. The object of the club Is to laereese infmm. If a ay Person, in oruer 10 get nis paper lor II.OV, must get tore. Is neighbors to Join with him. then the publisher stands chano of getting two or three nets crisr, there...

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 July 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. m ST. A -rz JOHNBBUIVx , JUIsX U, lBVOj. Tho Issue. " Times aro naru, anu mcy urn iair to uo i .i i i r t il I t..i..1..r Wn hftvn not neon that revival of I.Ull.O.. ' - ' . Irado which tho city papers predicted at tho ' ...-.nr. nini wn nrn nnr. i , l- i tt in inn it in pjiumji .v.j . .u a hurry. WOrso than all tho rest greenbacks, i.i i ..il i 1 1. - i t. .i.i tiiiiui o financial world of tho United Slates, continuo to Jcprcciato. This is to form a broad por tion of tho ground upon which tho next con test will bo fought, and on this, tho most lively of tho livo questions of tho day, both parties Qnd themselves divided. Perhaps no question which enters Into our present politi cal nrcua bodes more ill to tho " regular " parties and to tho organ business especially, than that of tho currency. Yet plain it is that tho great mass ol peoplo aro, In favor of bard money, of having tho financial stand- ing ot the country by somo me...

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 July 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN" AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. BT. JOHNSBURY, JUIsY, 0, 187Gs Notes About Town. ' 1 In ordsr to giro mora attention to lliti department, without Increasing IU tpsee, we lat Ujajmsller ' lype. Col. A. JI. Dickey has moved Into lift new odes) In tlx Flanders block. George 0, Flinders bu moral hli dry goods Into the botel block t. West Concord, when he purposes to close them out. Frank 0. Ulll bu told out hit Interest In tfca barber hop to hit partner, Walter J. Parker. Frank lntendt to eo heme to Portugal for a Visit In two or three months. Ed. P. Carpenter, formerly a printer lnthe FAttiffcn office, mi In town on Saturday, lis li running a drug storo owned by himself and hli brother John, lo Springfield, Mass. ' P. II, Chadwlck drew the faculty prlie, tS3. at the commencement of tho medical department of the Ver mont University, lMt week, for the but thesis. Sub ject, "The lllttorlcal Nature of Inflammation.'1 Clark Powers, formerly a typo In the Fakhir 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 July 1875

Tlp3 VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. pfcraru c$ixttmtxt Mia. V. V. rowEiw, Edithkss. CnsRfcsrosDssrs who have formerly favored ut with artkln for the Literary Department, ore Invited to continue their faiors, end aa.Lt In nuking this page entertaining and attractive. For the VxuvoitT Faltaxit. TWO WIIKATIIS. r rAi-L rAiTKon, I. Tkt old. Life-wreath, untwine i Thou lookest shape and taste. Since tome fond hand liath plaocd This bud In mine. ' To wear thee now Would be but faded bliss lithold, how bright U this Upon my brow i ,11. nmti. My beauteoua wreath I if on thou ahalt ne'er untwine i Thou art forever mine, , . Inllfeordeailil 'I ' Heboid the new Embowered In the old I The bud shall jet unfold, Hear friend, to you I For the Virmost FAnur.it. KNCU.ISH DAISIES. ir WILLIAM BRDRTOIf Ye little shining eyes of light. That lore the golden day, Appearing In the meadows bright, All beautiful and gay. I love your faces pink and white, I lore your fair array i Englan...

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 July 1875

r in tt a at .fr ,y., m, .rsirtm? ' ' NT VV V V XT -AJTST A.a-DRIOXJX.a?TTIlAXi -AJNTD rVVCIXj-- KrEWSPAPBR IFOIR. THE. RUBALISTS OIF TUB GKEUBZBlSr Moxnsri'iA.iasr STATE. "VOL. Y,-NO. 32, ST.- JOHNSBUIIyT FBIDAY, JULY 10, 1875. , WHOLEKO. 240. t'UllMSHEU KVr.UY KMDAT 11V ROYAL, CUMMINGS, ST. .10I1NSI1U11Y, VT. C, HORACE HUBBARD, Agricultural Ed'r, V. O. Attdreaa, SprliiRnel.l, VI. Ttrina at Silbacrlptlcm. One ropy " !' ,0 ulram,... Two Dollart. One copy tlx roontha, Oiw Itollar, One copy three month!, on trial, Fifty Onta. Free of PoatAjre to any Point In the Untied State or Cmidii. All paper! atovid wltcn the autiKTlption hai expired. In mjuMtlng a change of address, the povtofTkce 11 U to be chaurnl froui ahouM Ik itlren l veil ai the new address. In Clulia. Vour coplea, paid at one time, Six Dollar. This reduce the net coat to $1.50 per copy, yet, let no one suppose that four different persona subscribing at different times and paylnft 1.W each wouM amount to the aame thlnr. The...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 16 July 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. tmn$ la ST. JOmfSBURY, JUIiY, IP, 1876. The Central Vermont Railroad Company. More has been said, and 1cm la actually un derstood, about the condition or the Central Vermont railroad than about any other or our publio institutions. Indeed, it socms as though tho raoro tho matter is discussed tho less the public know of it, and those who say the most seem to actually know tho loast about the company. So perhaps a chapter of facts, which, under other circumstances, would seem unnecessary, may form as inter esting reading as wo could lay before our readers. Tho Vormont Central railroad, from liar, llngton to Windsor, was opened about 1845. In 1841) tho Vermont Central railroad com pany leased the Vermont & Canada railroad for 09 years, agreeing to pay as rent an amount equal to eight per cent per annum on its capital, the capital then amounting to 32,000,000. Tho capital of the Vermont & Canada has sinco been increased ...

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 July 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. yjiiiiLj.ji.i, jr .... i .tAk and vcl four train run dally each 4WV &yy a'traia ruos into Montreal Buaday was and mornings,- ST. JOnNSDURY, JULY 10, 1876. Notes About Town. O. T. Ilrlgliarn, formerly In trade oft Railroad street, la tlrlrlns a confectionery team for K. K, Smith Hon, of White River Junction. Charles II. Robinson, ono of our finest young men, ti going to tell stationery unit gooda of that class, at wholosalo, on lit a own account, with headquarters at 8t. Johnsbury. (lire him a good trade. The urranfllattlott. Lewis Co. Ii to be dissolved by mutual agreement u toon aa they tn cloie up their affairs. William Daniels, one of the Ann, la to continue tho meat business alone, and will do well at It, aa he knows all the ropes In the ship. The etore la to be eloied up and not atartod again, at least, until the rerlral of business. A petition la drawn for putting 0. (1. Hale Into bank ruptcy. It la surinlsod that ...

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 July 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAIER. Mrs. V. V. TowKits, Editress, CoaatsrosftMTa who beve" toriMrly favored at with articles tut the literary Department, an Invited to Oooutiue their ravers, and uilrt In mailng this page entertaining Ml attractive. For th Viaxoxt FAasti. NEW BWOUUtD. IT Ki. F. T. F. I Iot lhu bright and sparkling rills, Which rj New tagland'tterd.at Mill I . I loru her mountain! and her vales, Ilir rugged rooka and lorsly dale. lltr foreits beautiful anil grand Can near b found In other Uodi, Whole navlog plumes and brlght-hued Imtm Nod to the gentle aranlng breele. No rtlta nor Mr or people blind Than on New Eagland'i irony itrand No founUln'i limpid stream mora oool, Nor clearer any woodland pool. Borne seek a home where oranga flewen Bedeck the groves, and fleldi, and boweri I And lome the "sonny lonlh" wonld name A one they for their home wonld olalm. Some long to dwell In foreign ollmei, And eeek for woalth in golden mlnee t But glru to m...

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 July 1875

nmrm.w 9 mm a 1 r A.d-RIOTJXiT'XJK.A.Xi -A.3STDD F.C3Xi"y 3SJ Ji W3PAPBB tFOB. TKCB BtJRALISTS OF TUB TOXJISTT-AJEISr- STATE. Stf. JOKNSBtTRY, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1875. YOL. Y.--NO. 33. HOLE NO. 241. runi.isnr.n Evtnr fiuda inr ROYAL CUMMINGS, 8T. , JOIINSIlUllY, VT. C, HORACE HUBBARD, Agricultural Ed, P. O. AiMress, Springfield, Vt. I Terms at Snlnf rlpllon. One copy on jear, paid In adranee, . . . . ,Tw Dollars. On. eopjr ill months, On Dollar. One copy three months, on trial, riftjr OnU. Free or Postasje to miy Point In the United States or Canada All papers stopped when the subscription has expired. Id reqaeitlnjc a chanre o( address, the poslofnec It Is to be cnanrcu from snouiu no given u weu as uio ner vumt. In Clnba. Vour copies, paid at one time, Six Dollars, hli reduces the net cost to 11.60 per cope. jet. let no one suppose that four different persons subecriutnr; at dlfiVrent times and navlnff sl.M each wouVl amount to the name thluff. The object of the cloli li to fnrreme ...

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 July 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Cif . 4. M&ALMtmA 34rty)H$lt$ Pflw IW BT. JOIIKSDUIIY, JULY, 23, 1878. Wan and Rumors of Wan. Wo aro threatened, so ono class of croak era tells us, with a religious war, some as serting that tho next dcoado will bring it, while others give us a Utile longer time in which to get ready for it. When it comes, the Catholics are to try to obtain the pow er, and then amuso themselves; by experi menting upon Protestants with the rack, the stako, and tho gibbet. Tbero is also a possi bility, wo aro told by somo of tho more hopo fill of these prophets, that victory may poroh upon tho bauncra of tho other party ; aud then, wo suppose, wo are not told this by our prophets tho positions of tho Catholic experimenter and his Protestant subject in these experiments nro to bo simply reversed, and the show go on all tho same. This, with a slim chanco for a brush with Mexico, is about all we havo on our hands. Hut just look across tho At...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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