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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 18 February 1876

ST JOHNSBUJRY, FED. 18, 1870. NOTES ABOUT TOWN. Tho train from Portland on TuesiUy cot ituclc !n tho (now nenr the Orawiord House, and hndn t got throagh at tho time wo weot to pros?. A wis took tho pains to count and sava .'that tlx hundred nnd fifty horns with their drivers pawed tho Famier offico on Wednen day, besides one runaway, and it wasn't much oi a day tor horses either. Who says Rail road atreet is not a busy little plaeo ? A man coming up in the train tho othtr day inquired of another what tho population of St Johnsbary is. Don't know says the ower, out wnon you got up to tho station you can count them. William II. Wheeler's last known address was Aspinwall, Central America. Dr II. A. Cutting, stato geologist, given a locture at town ball this (Friday) evening at seven o'clock, subject : Egypt. The Portland train duo horo at 4.40 Fri day encountcrod snow in the notch which delayed it until six o'clock Saturday morn. log. Kigbt couples wero aboard destined for tne ball he...

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 February 1876

TB22 VERMONT AJRMJBH : AH AidtolOtJliTURAL AND FAMILY KEWSPAOPBK. Editress. Ladle,nd gentlemen also, tnlavlted to contribute arti cles for thll department, npon subjects which will b M lote r nt Is th general reader tueh, u tb hoM, tbe 'Jrahlea, bmllh,dlet,dress, culture of from and lim, tducathn, and anything which will tend to hulroct and tltrat saaa. It. Oood poetry will b very ocrpuble. IIjuhkiiih plant, writ tout trot tun win It, with aline between. Tor the convenience of eompoellor please writ plainly, In f ml, black Ink, ami m one Me of tin piper only. ArUrlesmaybedlree-ted loth KdltreM,rio"The Ymm," and mnat be received M toon as W ednesdsy to claim an la ttrtion the next week after. For the Vkot jMutn. "THOU ART AH TIIR Ft MA DO IV OP A OIIKAT ROCK IN A WKART LAND." V . p. w. Help tne, Lord I My path li drear 1 0, tire tne Th hand I I am lonely, taint and wear, In a far-off land. Show me, Lord, th loving tsvot Giro me of Th grace, That In erer true endeavor I ma tea Th face...

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 February 1876

She VIA'. .raaswgMSin .AJST -A.C3-S.TaXTI.TTJIl-A.Ii -A-HSTO FA.IX,-ST NEWSPAPER FOB TUB BUBALISTS OP TUB GKElEHlSr 2sOXJ3STTAI3Sr STATE. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25. 1870. WHOLE NO. 272. VOL. V1.--NO. 12. runusrtF.u kveiiv ruutAr nr ROYAL CUMMINGS, C, 110RACE lllJBBAflD, AEricnlbraim, ' ' P. O. AricUeo, Sptlnnfl.l.V Vt. ,. Term, of Subscription. 0 a copy on. year, paid 1. a-lranc., Trn Dollars. On. copy sll months .On. Pollar. Do. cop Ihre. months, on trial, Fifty Cents. Fr of Pottage) to .uyroliit la the United State, or Cattail. AH papers stopped when the subscription has expired, ta requesting a ehante ot address, the postoffle: It li to bo colored rrooishonM he siren as well as the, new address. lit Club. .'-Al aft Inducement foe subscribers to etqb together .hd brtnr In other tnbscrlbers, four copies Are rent for seera dollars, or at the rat. or $1,74 per cry when four r more ar. ordered At a time. slate, or Advertising;. For on. .r roor. Inches of f pace fair or more w...

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 February 1876

THE VERMONT FARMER T AN AGRICULTURAL. AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ST. JOHNBlIuaY, FEB. 25, 1870. TERMS MR 1870. Th terms of Toi Vtixoir FAaktm art, at follow-, to tit paid Invariably to advacct i Single copy 1X08 Foot copies,. 7M Postage paid. Par rry twenty subscribers at club rates seat by any olab agent we will ind an extrawpy of thepaper and pay back on dolUr. ltoTcrdy Johnson held ioMiranoo policies on his lire to the amount of $100,000. It is stated that the wind storm which lately raged la California deitrojred one hun dred thousand sheep. ' The products of the American fisheries in tho district of Gloucester, in 1876, amounted to 84,624,000. The Maino Houso of HepresonUlWes lately deolared a savage war upon the dogs of the state, but the Senate refased to con cur. So the dogs will have, at least, on more year to bark and bite. We havo received "a copj" of the tapering bits advertised elsewhero and havo given it a trial in our wood-pile. It bores nicely a tapering holo, and we do n...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 February 1876

I THE TEBMOHT FARMER; AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ST JOHNBDUny, FED. 25, 1870. NOTES ABOUT TOWN. Jotio A. Moore, clothing dealer on tho Ham, suspended on Monday. A dozen workmen' art preparing Buxzei's ill and for tho new water works. Wo are indebted to the Caledonian for tho report of ths loung Meo's Temperance & clety, Tho general offioo of internal menae was nintea to juompeiicr last Indajf. jir I. P. Dana went with, it and is to' remain in charge. W. II. Galbratth has been appointed dep Uty collrolor of intenml revenuo at St John. bury. Office at the insurance nifcnov of W. II. Oalbrailh & Co. A better appointment could not liavu boon made. St Johnsbury ought to fctl proud of tho excellent hotel it now has onlUilroad street. Tho Avenue House is kept in first class L I. l ii . di.io, nniio too prions are remaricauijr low. People who stop 9000 with Messrs Morrison ec iiowo are sure to do so again. Tho twenty-eighth Instant wilt bo tho 60th anniversary of Oyrus Il...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 25 February 1876

THE VERMONT FARMER AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSXJAPER. LtJIrl, and gentlemen also, ere Invited to contribute artl elf for tblt depertnwnl, keen sutjeett which will b of Inter est to the general reader-, such at the home, tbt garden, Iseallli, diet, dress, culture et frails and fiuwrrt, education, and anything which will tend to Initrnet and elevate hdtaan. Oond poetry will be very acceptable. . If you nm a nan ate flnt, writ your true aaraeunder It, with a Una between. Tat On convenience ef cornpnelteri pleate write plainly. In r(M, black Ink. and em one tide of the paper only. Arilcleimay bedlrKted lothe K.liu-ets,erto The Firmer," and muil be received toon ai Wcdncsdty to claim an In union the nett wee alter. for the Viumoxt auxin. TO A FHIKKIJ WHOSE JJOUH8 A KB NUMBERED. r net rlttxott. Rett In peace. Toy work It done Qoi hath gathered homo thy thetrei. At tin setting of tba in, Brightly fall lb loosened learei 1 Thou art cathtrtd with thy itorei Thoa art loosed to fade no mor...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 3 March 1876

.n:r r -A . r ;.yjAJ .5 '1 . ... ..,.. . I- I ... I - I .1 , ... . i . ,, . , I.. I i . i . .., ' - aaaaaenaaaRl ACa-ItiaXJX.TXJRAIi .AJiTJD rF-AJUEIXTST NEWSPAPER IFOIi THE HUEALISTS Or TECH GKEtEEISr 30-0-3STTA.I3JT STATE. -- V5 ... . - . . . .. in .eEiiayileM 41 1 ntffcAfc in ii mx Jl II II II I II a rr v- runusnED nvEny rmiUT uv ROYAL CUMMINGS, ST. JOII..MlTIlV, VT. C, HORACE HUBBARD, Aricnltel Ed'r, P. O, Atldreii, Springfield, VI. Tcrini of Sitbierlptlon. 0 ne eepy on year, iald la advance, Two Dollars. One copy fix monthi,. ..... ...One Duller. On. copy three months, on trial, Fifty Cent. Free at potlmgr to any Point In (he United States or Canada. AH papere Mopped when the mbscrlptton hu exptred. In requettlnr . chance of arierfe. the pcetoffice It Ii to b chanced from iboald b rlTen ai well ae tho new address. In Clnbe. As an Inducement for subscribers to dab together and bring- In other snbscrlbc re, four copies are f ent for seren dollars, or at the rate of $1,15 per copy...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 3 March 1876

THE VERMONT EARMEU : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. bt. jonNBnunY, 2xXndn'sri807. TER7I8 FOR ltfm. The terms of Tbi Viaxoxt Farmm are as fellows, to bi paid Invariably In advance i Single copy....... ..12.00 foar copies, $7.00 Postage paid. For avery twenty subscribers at club rates lint by any club age nt we will lend n extra copy of Hie paper and pay baolc one dollar. We have roceired the sang entitled "Some days we cannot forget," by 0. . Harring ton, published by W. II. Nelson, It's avrtat. i ii The seed catalogue of Ellis Bros of Kcene, N. H. i is at hand. They ihoir a largo as sortment of choice varieties of flower and vegetable seeds. Goods wo havo had of this firm have given excellent satisfaction. Dairymen in Vermont can get their sup plies of Moscloy & Stoddard at l'ouUney,whoso advertisement nay be found la this paper. Wo have received their catalogue which shows a large variety of dairying goods of the best manufacture and at low prices. Wo have received tho s...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 3 March 1876

THE VERMONT' FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY , NEWSPAPER. 8T JOUN8BURY, Mtfioil 3, 1870." N0TE8 ABOUT TOWN. Thoso wantioit to fee how low they can buy millinery good on Saturday should road an ndv't in another column, Wm fl. Wheeler has arrived In San Fran cisco. Ho found a job soon after land !ng. It laded him three days. Ho thinks if wo will give him a recommendation ho can get another piaco oon. Wo would give him ooo cheerfully, hut he would be more llkoly to get tho place whhout it than with it. Tho golden wedding of Mr and Mrs Gyrus Hadley last Monday evening was a very pleasant ulTiir. The old I'dks wcro invited to tho houso of Mr llailoy where about evcnty.fivo happy wishers nuembiVil with prcconts of clothing and other necessities to tho amount of Glly dollars, for tho ngod couplo. The presentation was pleasantly made by llev D. M. Tillotson, to which Mr lladley re plied briefly but feelingly, and said that ho was not awnro of any great good ho had done in tie world why ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 3 March 1876

PEE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. For the Children. Dear Children i A loir Mus. F. V. 1'owehs, - Editress. Ladles, end gentlemen alto, are Invited to contribute arti cles for this department, pon subjects which will b of Inter Mt to tht general render eoeh u tht home, tho finite, Betth,dlet,dreta, culture of fruits nod Sewers, education, tad anything which will lend to Infract end elevate human. "'uood poetry will be very eeeepieble. If rm dm a nam U flume, write your true, name under It, with a lint between. For the convenience of compneltort please write plainly, 10 food, mace ma, aim on on. Blue oi ibi pinr oniit I ., . i .1 I ArUcitimrbdirtctMtotbefMurt.i,t)rto''Ttirrtner," I cry came from too direction oi tho houao, anu mtstoe recciTvu a. won ncunwi u vuu u iu erttoa lb next week kfter. tor lb Van:o FAMtn. TUBS WOnD OP JKIUS. IT 0X0 trAl'UllKO. 0, tbt wordtof Jems Art Ilk tandt of sold i How they chirm and plena ni Merer crowing olJi Like the rayi of mo...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 10 March 1876

,lt -.SUB?! : ' ' 5. - j IwlTilTl -AJT -A.a-HIOXTXjTTJHXi IFnVEXXTXT 3STDa'WSI9-A.DPDElR, FOB.; TUB K.XJB,-A.IiISO?S OF THCH Q-ZRBE2ST OXJJSTT-A.I3Sr STATE. 4.W ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, MARCH 10. 187. WHOLE NO. 274. rtmi.tSHF.il KVKIIV Kill DAT 11V ROYAL CUMMINGS, RT. JOIINSIIUHV, VT. C, HORACE HUBBARD, Agricnltol Ei'r, P. O. Address, ftprlliRA.lrt, VI. Term, of Hubarrliillon. 0 lie copy on. rear, iil In ..trance Two Dollars. One copy lU months On. Dollar. Una cuijr three hioiiIIk, nn trial, FMj Cents. Vetr of l'nlar In mi) I'nlnt In (he United flint., or Cannilai. U requesting R chanjc of aAMrtw. the r"tofllc: It ti la b ehshgM from should Na frirrn as well m the neir anMrrss, Ill Clnlis. s an Inducement for subscribers to club together .nil bring- In other sabserltterl, lHir copies nr. sent for term dollars, or at the rate of fl,i per tour when four r tnor. are onlemt at ft time. Communications fcr th Asrlcullural Department should be ftfMreesM ti th AtTtcultural Alitor at SpringOtl...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 10 March 1876

THE VERMONT JfABMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. of the town eyitcm. If thin was not oorreet let any Corinth nun make explanation. Wtdnttiay Afternoon. The first paper wai by Alex MoLean of Fairlce upon "The Calling of the Farmer Compared with other calliogg." It wti an excellent address and we find it diffioolt to call its truthi 10 well fitted togeth' er without injuring the whole. It-will prob ably be published in full. '. E. Jameioj tpoke in regard to the fact that iteadjr young men are lightly esteemed, and that it if an error to believe that the natural inclination direoti the majority of children to follow different pursuit from their fathers. Mr Tucker spoke against the opinion that the farmer' labor is degrading. Dr Orroeby said that the profusions would ceaio when the demand for them ceased. flAerflt&TV Bfilkn&t). I linn Mi.i-.Map jtVArvttttnrr ttfiii.1i ttortnltte Ia ! TiVnns trnftil nttltiArltw wa linn. IV.1tni. . .WM.VM-.MV.WW.W " ' "fr ' " l f U " " ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 10 March 1876

imnt grow. 8T. JOHNBBUBY, MARCH 10, 1870. NOTES ABOUT TOWN. Tbo Falrbsnkscs sent a carload or scales to th oeDtcnnial on Monday and tiro more ar to ba gent soon. Ferdinand Ilarvoy and wife of Kast St. Johnsbury started TuesJay morning for Cal ifornia where they intend to live Harmony Lodge, No 17, Hood Templars, hold meetings every Tuesday oveniug at Orango Hall, and is receiving new membors eeVljr. Holders of WalJcn town bonds can draw their Interest by presenting their coupons at tho Merchants national bank, Soa silver isoincnt. This will bo a busy year. Just think of it 300 days, 53 Sundays, leap yoar, cen tennial celebration, and tbo presidential elec tion, and perhaps tho millcniuui. Kliiha May was so fortunate as to bold an aocident policy Tor $3000, from which bo drew 815.00 a week while laid up Irom tho kick of his horse. Thcro is no fun in getting kicked, but ono of these policies is a good thing to hare. William II. Wheeler has been heard from again, this timo at Silver Ci...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 10 March 1876

THE VJflUMONft HAftM-ElR AN AGRIOUXTUllAli ATJD ITAMIXY NEWSPAPJSll. CENTAUR Alns. K. V. rowKia, - KtimiEss. UiIIm, aed leMlrmen alio, art Invited to contrlhele aril else for this department, upon eohjecta which will b. of Inter est to the general reader such M the home, lb garden, health, diet, drees, culture of fruits and flower. Munition, i)l ani thing whlth will lend la Instruct and elevate human tor th. Virvoxt Firm. PEtinNMALS. Th, roses the piloted, etirjr I ear ' . Watt their fragrenoe upon th. air, (Junius and climbers, both while and red, Itloom In her honor Uiou th lh la dead. And erery spring tide her lllnoa bloom, And to her memory ware their plumei. The peony and the daffodil Hare eaeh a tale of her lore to tell, And from her pansy bed npreari The fort, iweet faeei net with tears, And like an angel to our eti Her reilal Illy doth arlie. And to her kind, benignant care Springs and enrroonds ni everywhere. The fruits of her departed power. ' f Keep quickening like perenn...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 17 March 1876

i mr in !SJHEtuKaiijaTl;J .AJCT jft.C3-IliaTTI.TTJIiA.Iji JTSTJD IF-AJIITST 3STa3WSI-A.lPBI?. FOB THE IEVCTIR-AXiISTS OIP THE G-ZREEJXT 30XJ3STT-ft-I3Sr STATE. VOL. VI.-NO. 15. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1876. WHOLE NO. 275. L II II - II II II I II II II II II Whlto Sohosoa Oat. runustiED KYr.nr fmday nr ROYAL 8T. joiiNsntruY, vt. Since Iho letter of J. R. W. was publidied tn lt 1iiihii wa li.an U.J m m t It-ire II p Al U U MM1JN WO, whoitaauthor is, aodiflhe White Sohooon oats nro really a good as represented. At our special request and to savo us further trouble, in making private answers, our frieod, Mr. James 11. Walker of Spriegfield (P. 0. Weathcrsfield, Vt.) permits us' to State that ho wrote the article referred to. In a pri vate note he says, "There is no humbug about the White Sobonoa oats, as you yourself do know. The farmers "hare bean humbugged so much with seed oals and other things, that I withheld my name thinking that this too might be considered another adver...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 17 March 1876

THE VERMONT EAKMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. BT JOnNsnURY, M AHOIII 1870, What are wo Coming to 1 "WhaligtobocomsofusJ" TMj !s tho ejaculation which we often heir now-a-daya m tho report of" sorao newly ltscIose3 fraud,' bribery or other act of ofliulal corruption comes to tho eari of tho people. It U.tho same when the report cornea Froir Now Hampshire that largo suras of money were expended in the to election to luIlUenJiS TOteg, that monejr was openly offered and openly aoccpted. And not only in New Hampshire, but in other states, also. We have a remedy for these ovils in our very midst, if it can only be made available, and active. It lies in that class of men, "the aatt of tho earth," the bone and musolo of high-toned morality and noble character, who, in n great moasure, have withdrawn entirely from the political arena, or profess to engage in tho strifo of parties to the least extent possible, and exercise the rights of citizens. The withdrawal of their influence...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 17 March 1876

ST. JOnNSBUIlY, maroh It, IBtO. NOTES ABOUT TOWN. A. 0. Uabbitt has fold his (arm at Greens boro tlllago to Jacob Lorejoy of Waldea for (0,500. Luke lluiiclt tins invented and patented an improved frost dog for saw mills, also an improved set-work. 'The Ileligion demanded by tho Times" will be thu subject at tho church of the Mersiah next Sunday evening. You should take Hill's rheumatio pills to euro all ills. Go to Randall's with your rooks and get them at 25 cents a box. Ono of our musio dealers recently re coWod an ordor for a copy of "When the hoes of daylight fade away." W-hewl what spelling. The show which was advertised for last Friday failed to oomo on account of sickness. It now promises to be hero next Monday and play four evenings. Mr. S. A. Hill has a solid silver porringer which belonge't to his doccased wife's great grandmother and is known to be 150 years old. Tho silver in it is worth 811 by weight. It is expected that the gospel workers, Messrs. Moore, LittleBeld, W...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 17 March 1876

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. KumiEis. Ladles, and xentLraen also, are lav Ited to eoatrlbate arti cles for Ibis department, upon subject" which will be of later est to the renerel reader such u the home, lb garden, hralthtdlet, diets, culture of fruits um Aimers, education, ul anything which will tend to Inilnict end titrate hunin IV; for th. Viauoiit Vim. FAITH, IIOPKAND CIIAKITY. T L. A. M. Llk. the lilies of the Beld, Sweetly bursting? Into Moora, Faith, ber richest bamst yields, 1 ' - Cbangeleas, fadelen, to tba lombi And with Hogr lifted high, 1'olntt ul upward to the ti f. Like the sunsbln. After rain, Shedding forth softer glow, Hope relieves the heart of pain, Bldi the teat-drops eeue to flow, Bmoothea Ufe'i rough and ragged wart, And telle of fairer, brighter days. Like raindrop!, falling in glad showers, Rerreihlng vry plant and tree, Or morning dew npon the flowere, la lowly, meek-eyed Charity. Bhe speaka with gentle, loving voice, And bldi th...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 24 March 1876

I j f .jf ' 4 ' f -AJTST -A.C3-HiaXJXiTXJDRA.Xi FA.MIXiSe" 3STE-WSS5A.E3R DPOH. XtXJKA-XiISXS ' OP THE 30XJ3STTA.I3Sr STATE. VOL. VI.--NO. 10. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, MAOH 24, 1870. "WHOLE NO. 276. ' IwllllMStth'ewjlp runustiEn kveiiy fmdav nr ROYAL CUMMINGS, ST. JOHNSHUHV, VT. C. HORACE HUBBARD, Agricnltol Ei'r P. O. Aililrrff. SprlliKfl'l'l. VI. Term, of Sulxci llilloli. ne eofjr one jrr, M In eil-nnce .Two Potlan. unecopj iix moQiiu, ........ ..une isouar. One cop three months, on trial, FMjr Ce nU. Free of Pottage to any Point In the United State, or CnlimU. Communication for th Agricultural tVpnrtmcnt ihouhl be fcdJre-teil to tlie Agricultural ttmor at BpringdeM, I. Grasshoppers and chinch bugs will not eat tho plants of castor beans, and tho western farmers proposo to increase their culture March came in like a lamb, but has roared like a very boisterous lion since. She- has leave to g5 out "gentle as any seeking dovo." Rural and1 the tendenoy of tho inflammationis to an increa...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 24 March 1876

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. BT JOIINSDUIIY, MARCH 24, 1870. Something of an analogy can bo traced between tho knoclc-down of Atkioa by his heroic employe, and that of Squccra by Nloh olaa NJclclcby. Now that Mareli wilti immunity guaran. toed is en ronto for Washington, nothing moro is needed to complete tho testimony necessary to impeach liclknap. Tho patriotism of tho country promises to i :.l r 1 1... 1 1.. 1 !. 1. nr sonn nnn nr . tM 11Llf..Kl.l.t. .1...!..- IL. " t-.f sum m x uuh.uuiuim uuiiug ma uisb wvg ui In Buffalo, N. Y., thero is an organized company whoso solo object is to furnish wit nosscs and professional jurymen in all parts of tho country, to try and decido difficult cases to order I So tho papers say. - .... Tho alarm is prematura about the degen eracy of Vermont colleges into feeders for Dartmouth. When that danger does appear possibly some moans may bo devised by which to provent the foreclosure of the Dart mouth mortgage Tho admissi...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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