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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 14 January 1876

THE VERMONT FARMER . AN AGRIO OXTUR AL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. CONDUCTED BY B. Be BOY&KJf, or WAITHFIIXB. VT. Deputy 1). K. Hoyden organized a grnqg, mt omjioDTiiic, in ijodod, . ij. January, 4 with thirtj-firo cbttr memboni. Name, Kagle Grange. , Protection Orange, at Corinth, la in a flourishing condition and hag receircd about twenty new members in the past lour or Gve weeks. . The Patrons of Chittenden county meet at Grange hall, Uurlington, January 15lh, to complete their county grango organization. They eecm lo tako a lively interest in the matter. The publio installation of officers of Essex Grango at west Uouootd on Wednesday was held in the town hall, which waspaoked full. It was one of tho most interesting occasions of the season. An interesting account of an installation and Boclal gathering at Andoror (Industrial Grange) is received but we havo neither time bo; spaco for it this week. They had good I peaking, musio and feasting. Deputy D. E. Hoyden will lecture at Flet...

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 January 1876

THJjJ VERMONT iTARMEft: AN AGllldUIiTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPJ3K. Mits. P. V. l'owr.us, Kdithfjss. . - tl.. ...I HH(UiMnaW -lsltd til eontrlbn. STll- cles for this department, upon eubJtcU which will be of Inter est to the general reader .och the home, the garden, tirltri,dlet,drMe, culture of fruits nd flowers, education, and anything whkli ' lnd 10 Instruct end elevate human Ity, t'lood poetry HI J wjr acceptable. i inmr, " i 1 1 a . i i t. .. : n i those idftvi nt It iwpuld bo for -yon itqwj perished j the friendships formed, and the broadset rivera ro formed from littlo springs -TU-ja " Pnfrmi WnfflTifir t" btlt nil tflf 'fn.l fL.l.r n I Air mI..Uw..lnv l..-,r,,l tins MVArod lnv.4 n n,l I...... LlU j. .t... I!-.- J. .... 2f AUO fUUUU WHrBUW I nntt lieayjf lpMtot olTtho frontlmlr, wlloh wounded, and even broken; resolves made, little things. Howmtnyoftho lJod that ii wnsiuoiiyio uionio comb uownsmooiuij aapirntions mat nave noma uiejaoui upwaru ; I arjiKer "present" this DOW year,...

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 January 1876

Ik Wtmrnt JKurrutt fir nfjj hi; i . Hi. t I II . r UAiaHtMMi - - . AO-ItiatTIiTtT3RAXi -S5S'r FJT&XTTZ" KTEWSPAPBIV FOB THE RTTRLISTS OF TUB 0dRBB3ST 30TJ3SrTA.I3Sr STATE. VOL. Vl.-NO. 7. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, JAmiARY 21. 1876. "WHOLE NO. 267. i'UilMSriED KVEttV V1IIDAY IIV ROYAL CUMMINGS, ST. .lOIINSnt'ItV, VT. C, HORACE HUBBARD, Agricultural Ei'r, P. O. Atlilrr.., 8rrltirfleli1, VI. Terms of Sntiserliilloit. One copy on. year, sal.t In adtancc, Two DolUM. One Copy sla months,. ..'.. One poller. Oil. copy thrre mouths, on trial, Fifty Cents. Free or Postage lo any Point In (he Untied State or Canada. All paper etHld when the subscription baa expired. In requesting- a rhunre ef aillres. the pnstifficc It It to be changed from should be firen as well a the new address. In c:l tint. Is an Inducement for eub-crlbcrs to club tojc.ther and tiring In other snWrtbrs, fiur copies are .cut ror seven dollars, or etuie rate ot ri,7 per copy when roar or more are ordered at a time. Ttte. o...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 21 January 1876

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ""ST. JOniiSDUIlY, JAN. 21, 1870. rr.n;ns for into. The terms of Tm Vmvo.it Farxir are as follow to be paid lorarlably In adraooe i Single copy....... $5.00 Four coplM, ......$7.00 Postage paid. For frerjjw.eny subscribers t club rates. sent by any dab agent we will lend an extra copy of the paper and pay back one dollar. There are twelve feet or mow on the ground in some parts' of Utah. Hadn't they better disVibuto it. among the needy ? Ono hundred and fifty-two asteroids have been discovered. Nono were known at the beginning of tho present century. Wiseacres predict an abundant flow of tap in the spring, a very sweet thing to contemplate. Hut let farmers be ready Tor it if it come. New Hampshire produces 200,000 bushels of wheat annually. How docs this compare with tho wheat crop in Vermont? Might not more bushels of wheat bo profitably raised in both states ? Within the last ten years .the farmers of. New Hampshire have d...

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 January 1876

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. jiim-kiiA fift.44tt.4t aStVH pKVHt - BT JOHNSBURY, JAW 21, 1870. NOTES ABOUT TOWN. G. A. 8torcr, druggist, suspon'ted, last Thoridy. Liabilities about 83.000. The MedotUsts tov an antiquarian sup. per this (Friday) etening. HTruo Trcscott took a audJen itirt for California tbo othsr day. William II. Wheeler railed from Nw York last Sttuiday lor California, via Pan ama. There Is a good opening at St Julinsbury for a email job book bludtry, aud no have rooms to sparo that are suitable for it. It is an odd coincidence that this first month of the centennial winter i a counter part in mildness or January, 1770. Mr and Mrs II. O. Uabcock started for Itouie, N. i'., Inst week, where Mrs. Dabcock is to have a cancer removed from her breast, in a hospital there. Col A. 11. Snicdlcy of Ionn, the lecturer of the national grange, will give a free lecture at the town hall at seven o'clock this (Friday) evenlog. The publio are invited to ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 21 January 1876

THE VERMONT FARMER: AJS AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. IV. tr it t Dint, tFlrttimilYMTt """ 0r . , " ' , . ;? Alnj,lV;YJWF.M. -- amrA tM.i-,1 - I Ladles, ind gentlemen also, are Invited la contribute arti cle, for thlt de partieeM.-upra sarjocbi which will be of Inter est to the general reader such as tht bom, the garden, health, diet, dress, culture of trait end auwere,sdoeatlotH led inylblat which will tend to Instruct Snd elevate human- liml noelrr will tit Very lecetabte. . If you usee nomifeaum., write yourtrnt Bint alder H,wiinaiinixiwcTii. ... I for the convenience of rorapMltort please write rta ntr. lnt(l,Wlclnli,nlciOB.l(fofthtptronlr. " ArtielesmarjedlrtertlotlieF.dlires.orlo',TheKrTr." ftn.l nml ba rMfilwii ftl fOOU tl WedoMdftT la Alalm Ini L lertiou thf m w htr. , " ADELLG) THIS PAHHKR BOI'8 IDKAL. ar roat tr. lac'ca. ' ' 8ht lltoi la tht country, and. ronipj In tht dtldij kY Bht ll hearty and halt, which e'urclio ylaUl, Uarchttli art like rotta, ll1t cbtrlttar II ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 28 January 1876

fatvxtx HYUqsiSiUiwigi77 AO-RIOULTUBAL -A.3STID IF-A-SIITST aSTBWSDeA.B3a FOB THE RtTBALISTS OIF THE GKR-EHZST 30XJ3STT-A.I3ST STATE. VOL. VJL.--NO. 8. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1876. "WHOLE NO. 268. 11 ermrmt puui.isiir.D kveuv fuiiiay itr ROYAL CUMMINGS, BT. JOIINSIIUUY, VT. C. HORACE HUBBARD, Agricnltaral Ed'r, P. O, Address, Bprliigfl.ltli VI. Term, of SnlMCrlptlon. One cony one year, ild In edrance, Two Dollars. One copy il raootb .. ... Dollar. Doe copy three months, on trial, Tltlf Cents. Vrte ot Postage to amy Point I" the Uiilteil Stale" or Cminiln. All papers elopped when the subscription li expired, ta NiimllnK a ch.nm of address, the posloWce U ll to be ehanftd from should I siren as veil tin new nddrrss. In Club.. Alan Inducement for subscribers lo cluli lor.thrr and brine; In other snbjcrlbers, four copies are sent for seren dollars, or at the rate of JI,"S per copy when four or more are ordered at a time. Hat rt of AilrertUlnc For ona r more Inches of space f...

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 January 1876

"ST. JOnNflBtJllY, JAN. 28, lBTftf. Tint MS roil 1870. The terra! of Tna VanuoilT FiaiiiR are 11 followi, to be paid Invariably Inadrence 1 Foot coplti....... 17.00 T, ........ For averr twentr subscribers Lauab.ratea.aenl.hirJ anyctabaeentwewlllfendaneitracoprofihipaper' ami payback one dularj , , , t , I m, .t.iR-irKr.r-TrsT.-sita-ss. . .. ....... ., , I tn in me u mica Btatei cost me nation me IM-1 inenso sum of 8716,000,000: Michigan has One hundred thirteen thou sand, five hundred and eleven farmers to cultivate 10,213,002 acres of land. i mi ZZJIZTJL. fr-4 ,,.v....uc. u.u uuv.vu We have just found out where, our New England winter has gone to. Dlorida has stolen it. blio might havo bad the whole of it free had she taken (ho trouble to ask for it. Kentucky nas more man i.uuu granges with a membership of 100,000. Western Virginia has 801 granges with a public sen. timent that promises to increase the num bers. Mosquito have taken an early start in Vermont this year. Perhaps thoy...

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 January 1876

THE VERMONT JTARMEIt: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. st JonwspunY, jait. aa, mo.' NOTES ABOUT TOWN. Tho lecture at tho town hall on Fruity evening, by Col. A. U. Smcdloy, wa omitted on account of' the tiro works at Fatrbioka Village. Mcssr Dartlett, Dauicis & Co., have mado some different arrangements In thel businca, of which notice is given in our advertising columns. J. O. Dodge, paluter at Paddocks Village. was arrested by the polioo on Monday lor selling ardent, and on trial and conviction for the second offence, was fined 820 and costs, amounting to $84.20, bclbro Justice John w. Lewis. Tho man who was killed on tho track last Thursday was found to bo Horatio DullarJ, a bachelor who has never had a permanent residence Ho had a cousin at South Hard wick by name of Luther Dullard, and was on his way to seo him and remain tha rest of the winter. The centennial tea party at tho Methodist church last Friday evening, liko many other acts on tho programmo, was overshadowed...

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 January 1876

THE VERMONT EARMEli : AN AGRICULTURAL AND' FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Kmtiikss. Ladles, flnt gentlem. n alio, are Invited to contribute trtl ties for ihlsrispariment,upen subjects which will beoflntert eat to the arnerat reader inch mi the home, tbe rardfti, health, dlet.drrs. collar of fruits end flowers, education, and anything which will kmt to Instruct end elevate human llond poetry will be my acceptable. U you meaner ti skeins, write your tru. nan-sunder It, with a Hot between. lor the convenience of compositor, please write plainly. In rood black Ink. and on one side of the paper only. Articles may redirected to the Hltms,trlo"The Fanner," and niaet b received Moa.u Wednesday to claim an In irrtlon the next week after. " For tbt Vxasnmr rimiu. nigArroi;TMt.vr. ir MrjLrnrno. Tht lillli are dusk t but kt tholr feet tlold wavei against the shadow beat, MX heart ll ud t yet tenderly Uod'i outer gladness toueheth me I There inn time when ell wu bright. I Duns my fabric In the Unlit, And ang...

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 February 1876

.t - , jJ5w.GmiaXJXiTXJK.-A.Xj -AJSniD IF-A-IVIIX NEWSPAPEB FOB THE K,XJ.-RXjISTS OIF THE CKREEZSr OXJaSTTuftuIISr STATfe. VOL. V1.--NO. 9. ST. JOIOSrSBUKY, FRIDAY, EEBRUAJL1Y 4,1876. WHOLE NO. 269. rtint.lSltGD EVEItV KltltiAY 11Y ROYAL CUMMINGS, , 8T. JOiiNsnunv, VT. C, HORACE HUBBARD, Agricnltal ES'r, P. O. Aildrtu, HprhiRflelil, Vt. Term, nf Snli.trlptlou. Onecopy on. year, iU In .dranee, Two Dollar!. On. eony lU montht, On. Dollar. One copy thre. nionlhl, on trill, Fifty C.nll. Fr. of I'o.t.Rf to any Point In the United Mate, or Canada. All arn itoprd when the tuuierlptlon Iim taplrcd. In requesting a chanf of artJreM, Ilia poclofllc- It U lo b. chanted from ihoutd lt pre n . well a the new addreri. Ill Club.. At an Inducement for (ulxcrlber. to ctnli together .nil bring In other f neTlb-r, loaf coplei are lent forjteren dollar., or at the rate of $1,75 per copy when four or more are ordered at a time. Ilatr. of Ailv.rtl.lnsr. For on. or more lncheiof se- t,rar or more wteK, JJ...

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 February 1876

4 THE VERMONT EAKMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. BT. JOHNBBUnY, FEB. 4, 1870. TI'.ltnN FOIt 18TB. The terms of Tim Vmuost Farmir ere as followi, to be paid Invariably In advance i Single copr, 2.00 -j say. tit 'bu Diver Tatted to raiso a good crop of spring wheal." For twenty years he has gathered an average of 83 bushel, to the acre. Ho "has counted 84 large and plump kornels on one head." Mr B. esti mates that 6,800 bishel. of wheat were ratted In Hanover last year. And here U the war Mr B. prepare hti teed : "Wash in Four copies.-. .j.... $7.00 rottpw. ., h.t.. .inn. Urce. nlnmn wheal, free iion be trained bv thotn before the crash an hour', convocation with est by --r- o ' r- r ,' - ' . .... ror every twenty fubacribers l club rates i Possibly because hie manner waa piauslblo once sought out Winslow and requested tho and persuasive; and still that Is hardly return of the 8500. During the long con probable, for shrewd, money-lender men, no- vorsatlon on tho subject the...

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 February 1876

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. CVJf . i,,. ffi 'fr-VtHfr4f r'"J tl6 houiw before ny drod to cnlrr, wriou InUrnal, injuries, to that his Hlo li WW,pItn0ntbokefrMorJib drj4 wll 0f VVTlVlT; JvV IvT fearing ho mtght bo found with at In hand despaired of. " nnJvti. That a eony of tbe.e resolution. U tr 1-.--.- ready to kill them all, and It was known alto Wilmington Is lo havo new national mS&J?$L!Sdr there wire two loaded guns In the house. CII1TTRNDKN COUNTY. An affray In which Michael O'Ncil "Willistoo and Ueoree Toby of Illnesburs engagoa at aoum Jjuriingtoti. noariy a tnontri ,l i , - of murder. VntNKLIll COUNTY. An old gentleman known as "Paddy Hummond" oi'Bwauton received inUlligenoo recently that ho had received 818,000 br tho will of a deceased nephew in l'hlladel phia. The house of John Kellogg at Kuosburgh. AllO UUU3U Ul WUI1U XICIIVIEIC HUauiKw I . , , i , Falls was burned WedneadiJ night or last ,d h Vl PW'Dg week. A Iare force ol men collecte...

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 February 1876

THE VERMONT JTABMEB : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Editress. Ladles, And gentlemen alio, are Invited tn contribute aril clea for this de pertinent, upon subject which wU be of luter est to the general reader ueh a. the home, the garden, heilth, diet, dress, eulture of frnlti and flowers, education, nrkl anything which will tend to loslruct and elerate. human, "'leod poetry will be re rjr acceptable. If you dm a nam it plum, write your true nam under It, with a line between. For the convenience ot competitors please wrlle plainly, tn good, Mack ink. and on one aide of the paper only. Artlclee may be directed tothe Kdttress, or to "The Farmer," ami matt be receWed toon ai Wednetday to claim an in ertlon the next week after. For tht Vraxom Faama. SSOWPr.AKKS. Br MAT I. H!. Softly tail the mowdaku From the leaden kyi Lightly floating downward, Looking pun and thy Clothing hill and ralley All In mowy whltei Falling 'ruong the evergreens, Hiding out of sight i railing on the inap...

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 February 1876

A.asr A.a-K.iap-x.TXJK.ii .AJxro Aily 3tb"WS!ea.3?bk. fob the h.tjxla.lists of tech a-RBBisr ioxjjsrarvinsr state. VOL. V1.--NO. 10. ST. JOHNSBTJRY, ERIDAX, MBRtJARY 11, 1876. WBtOLE NO. 270. rUBMSHED KVEUV FMDAr nv ROYAL, CUMMINGS, St. joiiNsnunv, vt. C, HORACE HUBBARD, Asrfcnltaral Edr, 1'. O. Aitdr.ae, SprlliftAeM, VI. Term, of Snb.erlptton. One copy on. year, In lrnce, Tro Pollen. One copy lU Dionthi On. TMI.r. Oil. copy three month, on trial, lift C.nU. Free of PoMae;. to any Point In the United State, or Canada. All paper, .topped when the eubecriptlon hai expired. In reque illnjt a change of iiMrtft. th rxwtofftrc It It 1. b. changed from ehoull b ilrea at well M the new addrete. In Clnbe. At an Inducement for tabicrlbera to clnb together aivl brine; In ntbrr inbecrlbcrf , four coplee ar. rent tor fercn dollar., or at the rate of $1,7$ pet copy when four r more are ordered at a ttme. Hair, of Ailrertl.lncr. Torono .r innr. tncheaof epac rair or more weekf , 23 cents' an loch ...

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 February 1876

THE VERMONT FARMER: AK AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ings. First, (ha common icbools should fco dovcloped fully ; then each town should have the higher EnglUh school that tho oppottu nlty to get ft thorough English education should bo open to erery one that seeks it, urn) in tho larger towns such higher English schools should be oouplcd with the cIamIcAI high school. These schools will develop the young men and the young women -and edu cate them to their calling, and also to fit them for those higher courses that are taught in the agricultural, scientific, and classical courses in tho colleges of the stale. When these schools are properly developed, our colleges will bo filled, and no endowments or increase of professorships, or any other at tractions they can present to tho youth of Vcrmout, will nil them like this develop' mcnt of our common and hieh sohools. In the discussion following Mr Con ant's paptr, Mr 0. said, in answer to a question, that he had no objection to intro...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 11 February 1876

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ST JOHNBDUllY, FEB. 11, 1870. KOTEB ABOUT TOWK. (Jliarloy Sia f opening a drag (tore in the room in Ward'a block formerlj occupied bj Hiram Weeks. This mikes four drag Mores til town. Mito Eastman of Smber & Eastman, up bolsterer", nho were burned Out two weeks ago, ben sold his interest in tho business to W. A. Littlo, and 8wltser ti yulo bare bought the Cook & Aldrich grain Ktoro on tho Avenue, Tor $1,000, as a shop for their business. Passengers on the ttain from Johnson Monday morning little know how narrowly they escaped a serious acoident until the train stopped to whistle at the crossiug, and upon attempting to start again the cur was thrown from the traek by a broken jourpal. As it was, no ono was hurt and tho train was delayed but a short tinio. Miss Inez Qoodall, daughter of Darid Ooodall, Esq, of East St Johnsbury, was carried on Monday by special car to Hen. niogtou, whero sho is to bo under the care of h...

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 February 1876

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGIilOULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. KiSitAess. 1 ,,. ...... ...i .i , -i. i leforttodiirui;ii!,oFBiukjthfchwuibcintw. SS2T. m TtVTCuS, iMuuMiici1wiiiiMiraitK..i.,iM nw. iMtrvwtitbevtrraoevMalh. Inn If Too use a m fs rlumt. irrlt.rour trot mat under I , with llrx tHrwn. Tor tM tonmilfiiM ot conixxilon rlraM wril jiltloly, In rnoi. btMk Ink, and on one 1U of tht pvr Mir. ArtMimjbJlralfUothhMltrMi,orto"Tbrnir," mmA rwtm m IWW. . WnlnMil I. .LIm a. I. ,wlthHibrtwwi and malt be rrctlrtd at inon at Wednesday to cUlm an in Itnion tne nexi weK aurr. Pot the Vmuoxt fiimo. : . ... Ilh Ill A KV? W AIlBBiAl FA" I TURK. r MAY C. III. Deareit father, thou art abient From tht circle that yott 1ot, But jou'te lea til la the keeping Of the Father up abore. Wlnteri wlndi art iweeplne 'round ui, Winter'! mow! an piling hlih f But our Father if atohei o'er ni We're beneath hli iratohfut ay. There art weary railei between w, Vet the tllken cordi ot lore Etilt can bind our heart! t...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 18 February 1876

l i 4 T TiTT A.isr A.c3-niaxjr.a?xjitAJL u.3srx pamily newspaper foe the bxjbalists on? tokcib gkrehikt ioxjisra?.iKr state. YOL. V1.--NO. 11. ST. JQHNSBIJRY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18. 1870. WHOIjE O. 271. sg I'unusitF.n Kvr.uv nmr iiv ROYAL CUMMINGS, , JOUNSIIliUY, VT, , r C. HORACE HUBBARD, Agrlcnltaral Efl'r, P. O. Aildrcat, PnrlllRfleiil, VI. Ttrmi of Bnbrrlilloii. One copy .ne jnr, LI In iwlrance, Two Pollen. Oim copy U rannlli , .One Hollar. OA. copy llirr. month, on trl.l, fifty Cent. Pre of Poeta. to mijr Point In the Untleil Stale, or Canada. All papcri itoppctt when th. euhecrlptlon hu explml. tn ren.aer-t.ln; ft chanre of eiMrew, the txwtoffics Il la lo t t hanfetl from ahonM be glee, a well t th. new- whirrs. til Club U.n Inducement foe inbucrlbrn to club ton fther end hrin; In othr wkrllm, four cople e nr. pent foreseen dollar., or at the rate of fl,?4 per copy wb-n four .r nwre ire ordered nt . time. Hate, of Ailrertlftnff. For on. or more inches of puce fur w monvweeki. 06...

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 February 1876

J THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ST. JOHKBBPIIY, FJBB." 18, 1870. TERMS FOH 1HT0. v Thetermtof Th VaaxoitT FAn are at fellows, to it paid lntrlbljr In adrane. i Single copy M-W Four eplt,....nt......4.....17jM Pottage paid. For .my twenty lubierlberi at dob ratet lent by any clab agent w will tend an extra copy of th. paper and pay back on. dollar. It is a wise suggestion of General he. man that at least 4,000,000 of the loafers around our largo olties should be employed scratching the Western prairies for an hon est living. We havo account of a single grain of bar loy plsntod In. tho Isle or Man, In 1802. The seed produced was sown thrco successive years, and tho last yield was seven bushels. That is bettor thau compound interest. The population of this country is placed iu round numbers at 40,000,000. Their ag gregate wealth is estimated at $30,000,000, 000, This would givo each man, woman and child (750. Supposing this wealth should bo so divided among ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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