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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 23 July 1875

TTTTC VERMONT , FARMER : AN" AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. JOHNBDUUY, JULY23, 1876. Notes About Town. The appointment ofa postmaster seems to hang Ore yet. Mr. John Keith, of Summervllle, lost R little child boot a week ago, and another on Tomliy, with tllph therla, and hu another slok with the sanio disease A well-known fccntlcmtn at Montpeller sayii "I am well nllaSwt with advertising In tho Veruoxt Farmer. The eipeme wai money well Invested.' As will be teen by an advertisement In thli paper, the next year of the academy commence! Tuesday, August3l. A full corps ofnlno teachers haa been en gaged. There U no tatter acliool In the state than this, and If there It one a good that one must be about good enough. Miss Carrie D. Willard ll attending the High 8chool at Rochester, N. II., and we find her name among those who excel In rcholarshlp and have not been ab sent or tardy during tho term. Mln Willard Ua sister of Mrs. 0. W. Thomaa of thli place. Iter, and Mr. 0. Itoyawero the...

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 July 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. $xhxixx$ Siparlmtnt. Mm. F. V. roWKiis, Editress. CoUBtroxsim aha have formerly favend at with ankles for the literary Department, an Invited to eonllmw IMr favors, and assist In making this page entertaining and attractive. For tho VMMOIIT FAB!. WllITlIKIll ST rAOL rASTHOR, Thar cam a sudden thought to me, With fait and ntlleless feat An heavenly message secretly Adown tha golden street. Ho lutUr of tha cleaving wings, No rustle to my tari No wavy tree to tha plnloa flings, Whan Uia iwW flight draws naar i Dot a a ray of rooming light, That floods tha slumbering daws, Tlia message Sew across ay atiht, And suddenly was cone. 0, did It die opon the air. Or fad Ilia sun-shot mlitl Nor angol form was e'er mora fair, Nor hearen, twilight kissed. Whltlier thy beauteous bearer thought, Caw t thou tha secret tell t But God's" sweet meesaga aiuwered naught To break the mystlo apell. A second nnget earn to me, And whispered, u It past...

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 July 1875

f f' a -A.3sr A.a-K,ia-crXia?xji?,-A.x1 -A-sstid :F2vri:rr3cr 3stb"wsdp-a.dpbk, fob the xrjRA.iiisTS of tub o-b,eb3st coxjnsrTiisr state. VOL. V.--HO. 34:. ST. JOHNSBTJRY, FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1875. WHOLE NO. 242, I'uni.isnF.D kveuv ritiiiAY v ROYAL, CUMMINGS, ST. , joiiNsntinv, vt. C, HORACE HUBBARD, A2rici.ll1i.al Etl'f. V. O. Ailitreei, ftprlngneld, VI. Terma of Riiliacrliittnn. One copy one year, patd Inadrance, ....Two Dollars. One copy fix month, On. Dollar. One copy three tnonUis, on trial, Fifty Centi. Free of Postage (o miy Point lit the United Stntea or Camilla. All papers stopped when the subscription ha expired. In requesting a change of address, the pratofnee It Is to be changed from should lie glreti as well as the new address. In Club. As an Inducement fer suWrlhers to club toother anil bring In other snlwcrlhers, four copies are pent for sW dollars, or at the rate of $1,60 per copy when four or more are ordered at a time. Ilalea of Advertising. For one or mora Indies of ...

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 July 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRIOUXTTJKAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. JOnNBDUBY, JULY 30, 1875. The Trial. Not tho Brooklyn hugging, kisslng.f&o., sorapo, but a ttial of moro importance, ono which will probably occupy as much time nod which wilt merit, but nit from its na turo receive, moro of the attention of tho public, ia going on at lkavcr City, Utah. For years past tho Mormon government hag, as it wcro, kept tho United States gov ernment at a respectful distance, bid deQance to United States laws, and outraged and murdered United States oitiiens with impu. nity. Gradually, all this is being changed. Congress has boon compelled to partially open its eyes, so long purposely oloscd. Tho representative of tho second Vermont dis trict has been among those who have labored for this result. Within a yoar wohavo soon tho folds of tho law drawing moro and moro closely around the western prophet. Wo havo seen him indicted by tho United States courts. Wo havo seen him in prison. He may yet live...

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 July 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. -ij.ae- ST. JOUNBBTJRY, JUIiY 30," 1Q7B. Notes About Town. Mr. rino-l.v li lavlwr ft brick sidewalk from tho Avo rmn House bd lo R. 1). Flint', which Is a cool thloif. Now let na have ono on ear fide of the street, whers than la tnlco ill much passing as over tlicre, A fewer It soon to tie laid frori II, B, Fltnt'i placo crossing Railroad ttroct south ol Odd Fellow'a blook, If you want a first-class custom boot, go to Ccrlveau & lleon'i. They will give you "nts,"' every lime. W. T!. listen, assistant cashier of tho Wooditock na tional bank, If to bo the cashier of the Merchant! ruv tlonal bank, which, It la expected, will begin opera' tlom tome time In September. Dr. A. J. Hyde, who went from St. Johnsbury about a year ago, haa settled at Napa City, Napa county, California, lie has sent for his goods, which hare been forwardod, Leonard Willartt was arrested, last 8aturday evening, for keeping and selling liquor. He waa t...

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

THE VERMONT FARMER : A3ST AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. fitarii gf primtnt. MltS. F. V. Powkib, Editress. i.. . . ComrroirtT who hareferarly favwrd 91 with articles for Literary Department, ere Invited to continue tkrir fsvors, and uilit In miklnl thli pegs entertaining and attractive. , x COUIIAUK TO IK) Ilia I IT. We may hive courage, tit of , To ftatt t honor's Mil, To meet a' fix, protect a blend, Ur face aVumon ball 1 To show the Irorld one here lives The foremost Is the light Hut do we always raanlfest The arahgi to rio right t To answer, not with (lead? breath, And quick, unfaltering tongue, When fierce temptation, ever near, Iter tyren song has suoi To care not for the bantering tone, The Jest or studied slight 1 Content If we can only hare Tlio courage to do right. To itep aside from fashton'i course, Or cutoms favored plan,, , To pluck an outcast from the street, Or help a fellow nan t If not, then let us nobly try, Henceforth, with all our might, In every caao to mus...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 6 August 1875

AGRIOULTURAIi IF-A-IMIIIj-rT NEWSPAPBB FOB TECH RURALISTS OP THE Q-rEWEJHIsr nOXJaSTT-AJOSr STATE. ST. JOHNSB1JRY, FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1875. YOL. V.--NO. 35. WHOLE NO. 243. runt.isnr.n Kvr.nr fiiiiut nv ROYAL CUMMINGS, ST. JOIINSHUIIY, VT. C, HORACE HUBBARD, Agricultural Ed'r, P. O. Aililreee, SprliiBneM, VI. Term, of 8iilitrlillon. On tw one yf. vM In .l"n ItElSUr,' Oiwcopy tlx tnomh, Ui poller. On. Bipy thrw month", en trial, Fldj Cent.. Free of Po.Ihr. lo r Point In Hie United Blot.' or CmiKil.t AH rn itopiml wnon the muKTlptlon hM nplrtil. In rtqaeltlnir rlwnff of niMreM. Hie Klofft It U to he eliingnl from houU i glrcn m well i the iww mldrcM. In Club.. Ain liytuwnwnt tet ulctltr to clot, tnirthcr nj brlnK In othrr wbKTlhm, lour coptM n not fur llldoUirsnr Ktllie ruts of 1,S0 lr cojiy wtittl four or more ire ideml at a time. natn of AdverlliliiK. For one ar more Inchon of nce f,r or more weeki, 24 cent, an Inch r wwk. ItfLt, Muttl.ljr th. number of IncliM tic. by the numher of wc...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 6 August 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ST. JOHNBDUliY, AUGUST 0, 1875. American Form Homci. Andrew Johnion la Dead I Mr William II. Wheeler, formerly of tlio funds bo divided among subordinalo granges I A stubborn, pugnaoious, but an honest ... , ,'p , . ,, . .5 , , . "u v,"uu'" ' B ' . nddrcM Benin, not for OhMlnr. nhorn it lins 1 iiarul fnr mmn nronf mil, . .l!- mini Ho was ono of the bc f.niado men of 7" "...,',," V ... ..... B.-. 6UUU, unHs. tho ago, in days and bravo i gcd adherenco to "my policy" Oar Enormous Taxes. "Walter II. Pierce, n tax-payer of Utlca, July tt. V.. In nn nililrpjM lit llnmn. N. V . m . f,,, , in i ..,i "fi "ii m iu man mat, win do a crcu t to overy granger In a I . . tt ITTZTnJZt W' but f0r KuA tlmoooomo7 Let u, not Jnf, make t ' P , , t , to corao. Ho was as courageous . . - , J Dllr!n(; ,l0 ,cn jusl pa(1t i l I. Li. ... .... ..... 6- v uuiKiim. uui luno 1 1 i ! it.!. ...,i,,. i,.-. ...i.i is no was cgoiisnii. J- u t. r n., i .t.i ......

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 6 August 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ST. JOttNSnURY, AUOUST0jJ,87G. Notes About Town.. Uro 0.' M. Rtono end lady litre our syrapaUiy In their sad bereavement. A drenching ruin on Tuesday, And another cow mencod Wednesday evening, which la still In Joyful progress. Win P. Chaffee has moved from Summer ilreet Into the new home bought o( K. L. ltovcy,atSummcrvllle. J. I), Itoot, tho saloon kocper, li In New York, rcry tick. When ho arrived there lie was too tick to tell whet the trouble was, or how long he hid keen to. Ono of tho Infant twins of Mr Arthur Whitney, of Buromorville, whore wife died about three months ago, died, Monday, nnd the other hi very lick. The stato Unlrersollsl convention It to he held here, Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday, August 21-26. i:ch Unlrcrtalltt society In the state or Vermont la requested to elect and aend twe delegates. The reason that Streetcr'a !ool and and shoe alore has teen closed much of the time for the past week la that M...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 6 August 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AlSTD FAMILY NEWSPAPER. f ximxu z$ixxtimxt MltS. F. V. 1'OWF.ItS, Kditiiess. I other's nrms. After rolonslnglitru, iho Bald, nppenllnglyt "Why illtl you wait these thrcn lone years without ono word or sign?" "Dear sister, X have tbougtit many times "Yes, I loo Iiad narnod to Iovo hlni ns n Tather," said Hortha. Young Ktherton was' left now very ranch to his own meditations) Ills wovk for Ills fnlhor was done, and though dotngnll for his CoeerarojoMTS "h" formerly favored ns with articles for the literary TJersirtrneiil, are Invited M contlwM their favors, tud assist In making tbU page entertaining unit aursctlve. that I must break nway and go to you, but sister and her children that lovo could nig- For Virmoxt Farhks. IN MEMOniAM. Again tb death angel (nth entered my dwelling, And culled from my llreald. the trnert tad best) To bind with ripe grain the reaper la culling, To beer a tlcb sheaf to the deer Bavlour'a breast. Tbe bright, golden grain r...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 13 August 1875

1 , . iijLJ .A-ZXT AQBIOULTUBAL DPIXjST N"EWSPAPBB FOB IHE RUBALISTS OF TUB QVfeUSIEHSr 2wrOXJ3ST1,A.I2Sr STATE. VOL. Y.-NO. 6. ST. JOHffSBITRY, FRIDAY,, AUGUST 13. 1875. WHOLE NO. 244. -51 r rl rum.isnEii kvf.uv kmiut iiv ROYAL CUMMIN GS ST. JOIINSKU11V, VT. C. HORACE HUBBARD, Agricultural Eu'r P. O. Aililreaa, 8rlnBleli1, Vt. Tfrnli of HulMCrllillon. One ropy one rear, M In adtanre, Two rtnllara. . One copy li months, Ono Dollar. ' ; Ouh copj thn-e months on trial, Fifty OrnU. Pre of Pn.faRf to mi)' Tolut III the United Stfttea or CkiibiIn. All papera rtopid when the Mlwcriptlon ha. eiplml. In reqaertlnK A change of ailitrea. the twlofflcc It U to he ruengril from ihouhl ho Rlttn m well aa the new aiMrru. lift Clnlie. Ai an Inducement for tuhrcrlbera to club together atl bring In other eofoncrlbers, fiur eoplei are rent foriilxitoUara,nratthe rate of $1,60 pT T7 when four or more are onterM at a tin. Rule, of Ativertlalitfr. For one or more Incheaof tpace four or more weeke, 23 ce...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 13 August 1875

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRltitTLTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ST. JOHNSDURY, AUGUST 13,1875. Woman Suffrage. ' The woman tnifiragist", it must bo admitted, gain ground ovcrjr joar. Thoy havo just mauifostctl a ttrength to tho Connecticut lcgifJaluro which probably astonished nobody morn than it dtd themsolvca, and it cannot bo many years, at Ih'o present rate of pro gress, beforp woman shall bo admitted at the polls right horo in puritan New England. Within a year or two tho public havo boon surprised by sooing women elected to looal office?, such as eohool commissioners, justioes of tho peace, ko. in Maino, Now Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, New York and other states. Much doubt is ox pressed as to the advisability of allowing women to voto in elections, and ono of the strongest arguments againts it is that "thewomen themselves do not want to vote," whloh is strictly truo of tho largo majority of them. Hut giva them tho power, and each year would soo an inoreascd number or them ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 13 August 1875

the Vermont farmer : an agricultural and family newspaper. ST. JOHNSBURY, AtlOUST 13", 1876. Notes About Town. Charles P, Carpenter, a workman Id the scale iliop, hai beta appointed postmaster at this place. If lie gives at good satisfaction at Hie Fleetwoods tiare, he will do well. Those attending the Universalis! slat, convention here on the SSth and !Mtli Imti, and eipecllng free entertainment, are requested to forward their namei to Iter Mr Tlllotson, on or before August 18. On reach log here they will repair to the church on tho Avenue, where a committee will wait on them. The death of Mr Daniel llawei, on Bondsy, wu very udden. He wal Handing In the road, at hli place, on the North Danville road, talking with Dr Dullard about hla health and eald to the Doctor that he felt as though he mint get relief soon, or could not lire long. Immediately he eald, "Doctor, I believe, I am going," and fell down upon hla knee. Ai soon al the Doctor could get out of hit carriage, Mr llawei waa...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 13 August 1875

THE VERMONT EARMEK : -AN AGIUOULTUKAL AJND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Alits. K. V. ToWEits, - - F.ditiikss. tVsarsrotMT who have formerly favored us with rttrtni fur the Literary lrrtmnl, are Invltsd to continue th:r favors, end uilit In null of thta'pefe nrttrtalolng end attractive. - ' 1 For tha VlRMOftt riBHCB. FATE. 0, cruel ft 1 thus to sever . Hearts m fond, to Under, lru i 0,Why must inch ties b tlren, S'urh u bind ray heart to you t I), c roel lit I thtu to htu Hearts whose Km tost earthly Joy Would b. an to make life's pathway BhouM the olhar not annoy, 0, cruel fata I thai to sever Hearts that would each other cheer, And In sickness and In sorrow Wipe away the biting tear. 0, cruel rate ! thui to sever Hearts whot tympathy (breach, In their little act of kindness, Of the Savior's lor would teach. Not (ureter la the parting For I tee the other ehor i Jesns, tho redemption, giver, Beckons us Its waters o'er. There shall true hearts be united In the blessed world above Then shall frie...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 20 August 1875

I'lmUSlTF.I) KVEUV Kill DAY IIV ROYAL CUMMINGS .t. JonxKiiunv, vt. C, HORACE HUBBARD, Agricnltnral Ed'r, P. (. Aililreaa, OpriiiRnrlil, Vt. Trfnta of Snbucrlptlnn. 0n eipy one year, 111 In ailrancf,.... Two DotUn. Oiwrnpy tit uinntliii,........! ..... One Dollar. Una copy three montlia, on trial. Fifty Centa. Kr of PoeUirr to nny Point In the United Slftfea or Cnnntln. All paperl ltOHil when tlie ulrcrlitlon has rxplml. lit miiieittnt a rliafcea of aiMreM. the pottofllcc It la to 1 changM front rhnuM W- gleen aa well n the new aiMre . In CltiUa.-rAaan tuilacemtnt fur auhgcrlbera to club together ttl itx In other nhaerlh-rf, (.air cnplea are rent forliclolIN,fcf atthe rat of J.1,10 per copy when lour or more are ordered at a time. Hitfra nf Ailvertlalnjr. Forone or more Incheaof pace four or more weeki, 2i centi an Inch lier week. ItrLK, Multiply the rmmtier of Inche t pace hy the number of wreki an,l tllrUle by four to flnl the co.t In dollar. Communication for the Agricultural Pepa...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 20 August 1875

THE VERMONT JTARMEtl: AH AOlttOULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. .....lA SRt-4iVdl4- iCX'lltvVv IX'sfVr ., rr-- BT.JOnNSBUBY, AUGUST 20, 1870. 0 Davii vs Young. .left" Davis was the highest official of tho so-called Confederal government. Ho was morally and legally responsible lor many of tho nots of cruelty practiced upon Union men who fell into the hands of tho rebels. Ho was oxcitodnnd maddoned by the dospcration which aroso from having staked all on a des perate and a wioked issue, and very probably countenanced and upheld somo of thoso atro cious cruelties. Ho richly earned tho high est penally in tho power or our judiciary to inflict, but ho never got it. Thrown into prls on and kept thoro for months without a trial, with doubt and fear, hopo and despair gnaw- in nnoh him. we can but suppose, that ho would have welcomed a trial which should remove thh droad uncertainty, oven though death should bo tho doom. Hut the princi- clplcs of our government do not recognize any crime so gre...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 20 August 1875

the Vermont farmer : an agricultural and family newspaper BT. JOIINSBTJEY, AUGUST 20,187.6.1 Kotci About Town. Th. following li tli programme of th Universale Hate contention at St Johnibury, August 21, S3 anil SS, 1675. Tuesday Svenlni, t half-past leren, address of wet come, by Rev n,M.TIlloton,8tJohnsbury,Vt. Klitit u-ciocs, reiirmn, ny ev rc. n . vouin, wesiuononra, vt. Wednesday, half-past sevon, n. m., prayer and con forenoa meeting, conducted by nar U. E. Forbes, Marshdsld, Vt. Half-past nine, 8unday tohuol meet ing. "The Bandar School Work, a Redemption Power In society," by Iter n, A. Ureene, North-field, Vt. Ten o'clock, "The Teacher with lit, Class," by Her J. F. Blmmons, Springfield, Vt. Ilalfpast ten, "The Ad vantAges ofH Hunday School Periodical," by Rer (I. L. Demorett, Manchester, N. II. Eleven, "A Country Bundsy, Its Dlfllonltles, and How to Ovenwme Thenl' by Her K. L. Conner, Concord, tt. 11, Hair-past eleren, general discussion. Wednesday, half-past two, p. m., 'T...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 20 August 1875

t THE! .VERMONT EAJTCMJBU : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. "gxhxnxfr gtprtmtni-.. Attis F. V. Powr.its, EUITIIMS. Coimwi-oxornw who ham formerly favored us wllh erIM-s f' II" Literary nepsrtment, mvllfd 1 en-illa. their frnr, snJ assist In Baking. IkM psjs entertaining Ml aitrseilre. For the Vkihoxt hum, rotcTiiY. r LBIU BELL, alve ui tli poetry lhlbrlhi pf flow'rs. Ofnioss-grown dells, and. dancing mountain streams, Of sunny ikies nl rregnini Tin euva Down, Anil ill the sweetnesa that may haunt onr dreams That has th. mountains for IU dwelling-place, Yet seeks for sweetness o'er the valley's lod i Tint draws Its music from Iho wild bird's song. And consecrates that musla unto God. ror the Vkhhort Fakuir. OSIiY. T tURA M.t. Only a brluM hope cherished Thro' years, with sorrow rife i But tlio sunshlno born of patience Shone u'er a spirit's life And eheerfullyonward toward lie goal, On tli vojag. of life sped a human soul. Only a bright sky darkened By the iwialy gath'rlng stor...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 27 August 1875

imvH ton m a nl ,ril won Jii'iMw , 4 iK ,ieivii" !ji .a-ust ufla-DRiaxJXj'rxjiiA.ij jtid j&js&rLrsr nbwspapbb foe tub titjajLiTSTB op the GKRHEiixr MOTTT-Ajasr state. VOL. V.-NO. 38. ST. JOHNSBUllY, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1875. WHOLE NO. 240. t 1 1 A. t rum.isnRD kvf.uv fiuday iit ROYAL CUMMINGS st. joiiNsiinnv, vt. C. HORACE HUBBARD, A&riciiltiiral Ed'r, P. O. Arlilrret, Sprlna;nel, VI. Terine of Hnbaerlntlon. o. copr on rear, H'l i" "ii v:'r?2!,P-,,r"- Om copy il monita,. iMUr. On. cor three monttu, on ItUl, FlRy Ccntl. Free of PotUg lo nj- Point In United Stntea or Calintln. All napen t,tipel wtii the lubecrlptlon Iim etplrol. In rrqueiUopt. i change of a-UlrcM. the ncetolncc It li to bo chanted from ihooM Im flten M well at I ho new iiMrcai. In Clnbfl. Aflen Maceinent for nMcrll-rt to club together ami bruit; la other nlerlbr, four coplet re flent rornlidollari.oratthe rare of $1,60 per copy when four or more, are ordered at a tltn. Rates of Alertlalnjr. Vorime or more 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. — 27 August 1875

, THE VERMONT EAKMEll : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ST. JOHNSBURY, AUGUST 27, 1876. Not one ex.prcsident now lives, but the wives of five still survive, Mrs Polk, Mrs Fillmoro, Mrs Tyler, Mrs Lincoln and Mrs Johnson. Gov Tilden, of Now York, hns pardoned from Btate's prison, James Mullen and Gcorgo llooth, who wcro sentenced for bur glary for fivo years. Kx-l'ostmastcr-Goncral Creswell, of Maryland, lias taken to raining peaches. Ho sold 82,600 worth, raised on 12 acres of his farm, tho last season, - - - Messrs Despritr, in the north of Franco, havo 1,485 acres devoted exclusively to the culture of beet seed, and employ constantly 150 laborers j nlso a staff of chemists. Tho cheese that was sold at the Utica and Littto Falls (N. V.) cheeso market, on a sin glo recent Monday, filled a train of 41 oars. Somebody roust be fond of "pressed milk." Tho South Australia wheat roport shows that there will bo 204,000 tons of surplus wheat. About 45,000 tons bavo been al ready expor...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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