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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 24 March 1876

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 1 , , BT. JOIINSDUHY, MAIIOIT 24, 1870, NOTES ABOUT TOWN. Charley Sias'opencd his now drug storo til Ward's block ou Tuesday. Tho Vermont Methodist Conference con. Tones in tlita placo April 10. Tho machinery for tho new water works is cxpcoled about tho first of May, II. K. Fletcher has bought tho residonco of 0. 0. Dow on Summer Street, fur $5500. A. J.Shurtleffis oxpectod hero from South Troy, to open a law office. Tho moro tho better. L. 15. Harrington and family went yester day (Thursday) morning to Kort Porry, Ont., to reside ltohcarsal of tho St. Johnsbury Ohoral Union at Wm. II. Nelson's musio rooms on Tuesday evening next, March US. Murray's troupo performed at tho town hall, Monday to Thursday evenings and gavo good satisfaction. They remain through tho week. Geo. II. Kay of South Danvillo who for a number of years has been foreman on bridges on tho 1. & 0. railroad, has loft tho road and bought a faim in Landa...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 24 March 1876

i THE VERMONT- FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Mrs. F. V. Powers, - .. Eomtias. LttdlrHtKmlfenttftnrDihliorelnTlted to contribute artl cief lor 1011 urpirimem, nwn luryorin wincri Will t of Inter ttt in th irenra reibler uch at tb lion, ibt garden. hrUh(ltft,dm, culture of frultf and flawm, education, mi aiiiuiug nun.M mil kuu w iniiruvi sou ticthu. numiD' lty. tor th VasKoxr Fam. iiv-and-iit. It u a. m. Ily-and-by I'll cross tho rlrer To that bright, colcstlel land By-and-by I'll twll forerer With that happy angel band. By-and-by the catei will open To reoelro n with tho blest By-and-by I'll hear Ml welcome, And forerer bo at ret. By-and-by my Sarlour'll call no To that blessed world nbore By-and-by hit roloe I'll answer, And abide In hli groat lore. By-and-by I'll Join the lored one Who are beck'nlng me to eorao i By-and-by I'll hasten orer, And my Sarlour'll greet mo home. For the Vhuoxt nulla. tub. hamming ciioncs Insorlbed to Uio lingers and dlreelor of the moilc...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 31 March 1876

antic? A-HKT AGDRiaXJI-rmktt(?0lI iant,.yrP IF-AJUEIITSrr NEWSPAPER FOE THE KURAIilSTS OIP THE C3-K.BH3ST 3VEOXJ3STT-A.n:isr STATE. VOL. VI.--NO. 17. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, MARCH 81, 1876. WHOLE NO. 277. IIOYAL CUMMINGS, ST. .lOIINHIIUKV, VT. C, HORACE HUBBARD, Agricnltnral Ed'r, Pa O. Aildrria, Springfield, VI. Trrmi or Silliicrlitlon. neeopr tot fmr, .U In advance, Two pnllarl. On. ropy ill nrnntht, .0n Dollar. One cnpy Hires nonttu, on trial, Flflj Ccnll. Free of loatna;e In any Point In the United SlAle. or Cnlinitn, Communications fur th Ajrrlcatlural Drpniimcnt tl.oaU be adilreMrtl to tli Agricultural Editor at Sprtnzflfl.1, Vt Dr. A. M. Dickie of Doylstown, Pa., hta accepted the position of supervisor of poul try at tho centennial. The manufacturers and agents at tho West of front and rear cut mowing-machines, are having a lively fight over tho compara tivo safety of their rcspoctivo machines, and have produced a prodigious crop of lies. Dr. Cook ma Jo an entomological exhibi...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 31 March 1876

THE VERMONT EAKME11: AN AGJLIICULT URAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. bt joiinsbuhy, MAnon : 01, mo. Last but not least comes Secretary Ilobcson figuring in tho drama or fraud. Tho charge against him is ol illegal transfer of- United States funds to Jay Cooko & Co., just pro. views to their failure. Bhould his defence fail, impeachment will bo his certain destiny, Tho full details will bo known in a few days. There has rocently boon launched from ono of tho celestial ports a monitor coaled with theot-iron about an inch thick. With that sublime conceit peculiar to tho wearer of tho "quouo," this frail and eripsy toy is christened tho "Terror or tho Wostcrn Na. tions." If tho Chinaman Intended tho vessel for a burlesque, ho has tnado a good hit. Tho amount of coal mined in Pennsylva ma annually, is about 20,000,000 tons, worth in tho mines unwrought $10,000,000; mined and brought to the surface, it is worth $1)0,000,000 ; broken up and placed' on tho cars, it is worth $50,000,000 ; delive...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 31 March 1876

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRIODXTTJRAL AND EAMILY NEWSPAPER. V4MtWH' BT. JOHNSBURY, MAHOH 31, 1870. NOTES ABOUT TOWN. l'raiso meeting at tlio Church of tho Mes siah next Sunday CTcning. DusincBH is increasing nt tho Avcnuo House, Reason & good holol. II. U. Lucas advertises n'tco teed wheat In another plaoo. Farmer call mid mo it, Whcroforo tho regular visits at St. Johns bury of a certain Now York liquor agent 7 Ho cannot bo taking orders now, V. W.Laddbas bought out K. II. Cut ter's enrriago repair shop noar tho depot, aud Cutter talks of moving to Itrattlcboro. 1'. Loncrgan has repainted his boot and shoo store preparatory to tho spring trado. Mr. h. is as lair a mau to trado with as you can find. M. Montgomery has removed from Wal den to St. Johnsbury and taken residonco on Portland street. Ho intends to open a law oflico soon. Thcro wilt bo a sugar party at tho vestry of tho Frco Baptist Church next Monday evening. A cordial invitation to attend is extended to all. Admission...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 31 March 1876

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. gftfcmrjj gjcparfmcitt. tltei. ami rentlCTnen mlio. are Invlteil to FOntritat. aril. I ,tr:fti;idcptiiwni,oiH.n.ni.ji.hiChitiHb.ofiM(r. mining ncncrai roier rucn as me nnmr, me garum, 11H u..til.-.lll. . 1pm.. rullnr. nf fruit, en.1 fldwrri. lurtlAr I andanythlng which will len.l to Instruct and elevate tmm.n. For the ViKMont FAaiiat, HTAn-FANCIKS. IX FACL Mmot, On pet ot cold, on tllver lUmj 1 drapes of gold 1 Ature wine from starry garnii Atur. wins I Angell tipping, ai they pan, Nectar from Ood'a flowing glass I 'Twat a dream I dreamed awake, Listening to the lummer ltko. Twilight deepened Into gloom, tatnpt woro lit In CJod'i great room I Starry lamps yet crapes of gold, Wine and amber wlckt they hold! Then an angel shook the vino t Then an angel delred the mine 1 And a grape or wat't a gem I l'arted lrom Its illror stem I Frlnted by requctt. MAUD MUM.KII. Br 1. a. Wmmia. Maud Mailer, on a summer's day, Halted the meadow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 7 April 1876

WftlWtlt 0 UMlMtlhfillJn7"- ajotd FavriLr kte-wspaper fob tub buralists of the o-ebbit DM:oxj3srx-A.iisr state. VOL. VI.-KO. 18. ST. JOIINSBURY, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1870. WHOLE NO. 278. JJ I'liu.isiir.!) i:vi:uv ruiiuv nv KOYAL CUMM1NGS, ST. .TOIIXSItl'llV, VT. C. HORACE HUBBARD, AETicnltol Ei'r, I'. O. AiltlrrM, SprlliRrlf M, VI. Trrm of StilMrrlillnti. nt f npy wie yenr, wtlct In intTiincr ,, Twn DntUn. Uiwropjr ill mmitliit tint IMIitr. On. copy tlirw innsllu, on IrUI, flnjr tVnU. I're of 1'intnnr in nil)' Pnliii III thr t'lilltil Hlntra or ('niiniln. IVminunlmlmii tut lti Afrlrullurnl IVpnrlmml olinul.l to uMrnvtl In ttin Agricultural Kdllor It SprlngScM, VI. Col. Shcllon of North Carolina states that tlicro i a loss of ten per cent in weight in curing tobacco on the stock. . . t ... Itoxwood, which is used by engraver?, and for which no substitute has been found, is produced in a limited region about tho Mack and Caspian sea?. They scad big oxen to market from the tobacco farms in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 7 April 1876

BT JOHNSDUnY, Arnili 7, 1870' TI10 extent ol'damngo caused by the Wor cester catastropho last week is estimated at 81,000,000. Though much distress results, no lives wcro sacrificed, all thoso living in the water's track, having been duly named of tho threatened disaster. A thorough in vestigation as to tho condition of tho rcscr voir before the flood will bo mado and tho responsibility bo properly placed. - - A certain clergyman in the western part of tho stito, being annoyed by incessant buz zings, flirtations and "what uots," in the choir, bethought himself of a most happy and effective remedy. After reading tho second hymn, he said : "There will bo a pause im mediately alter singing for tho transaction of nil necessary business.'' The effect was mag ical and each singer seemed for a few mo ments to bo "posing" for a photograph. Tho f'ricks and caprices of democratio re trenchment aro forcibly cmphasizod by tho recent action by tho Appropriation Committee, with reforenco to tho s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 7 April 1876

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. HT. JOUNSBUIIY, Al'IUIs 7, 1870. NOTES ABOUT TOWN. Sirs. Charles Siaa la very low with Iho gnstrio favcr. Tho Faitljatila nro liringiog largo quauti tics or coal From Portland. m Arck Daniels Is quite sick with the rhcu matlo fever, but Is slowly improving. Jlisliop Ames will prcsido over tho con Ibrcnce to bo held in this placo, tho lUtli inst. 11. F. Itollins has bought tho lioueo oC iusius iiuruiiam on Uailroad street, lur 81-100. "What Is the unpanlonablo slu ?" will bo tho subject at tho (Jliurch of tho Messiah next Sunday evening. A scries of meetings at liarton will bo be. pun lo-uight by tho members ol tho Y. 51. 0. A., of this placo. Kliilia May, Ksq., has moved fiom his For mcr quarters in Dank Mock to a now oflico over Hall & Fletcher's store. J)r. Milo 0. Houghton, our former towns man, has begun practice in lioston, his oflico being 1611! Washington street. 0. W. Thomas has sold his rcsidenco on Spring stree...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 7 April 1876

THE VERMONT EA11MER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Jftfcrnrji JJcpartnrcnt. lailh, and irrntlemi-na1o. arsllivltM to coiitrfhttteiill. clea for this di-iarlmriit, upon snljecls width will Iw of Inter ret to llifl grit'inl reader such as the home ( Uie garden, health, diet. dres, culture of fruit and flowers, education, ani anjrining wnicn win trim to ntitruci anil e itvale unman ir youu.ca nom it piumt, write your true rm under It. with ll tine, between Cor the convenience of compositors please write plainly, In (roxMl, black Ink, and dii one tide of the paper only. For UlO VlBMOXt FaRU(R. TIIKN AXU NOW. October'" golden dm were bright, Us glorious sun was shining, , llotc-colercd hopo diffused her light, All cloud hid silver lining. Twiu then t wrolo of "lUverdale," And, "Jlllly," you remember, How quickly our fond dreams will pale t Boon cam. the drear December. The little homo was fair, 1 know, b'o full ol lovo's rich treasure, And nmslo winged tho hours, 1 trow, With tw...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 14 April 1876

Dttttuntt i it ictf mut itT .i'Jf )' -A-IST uA-O-K.iaXJXjTTJA.Xi Ji-TSTJl FAMILY ITBWSPAPBR FOE TUB S-TJFL-A-XjISTS OF THE 0-F-EB3ST 3VEOTJ3STTuft.inST STATE. VOL. VI.--3TO. 10. ST. JOHNSBITRY, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 187. WHOLE NO. 279. funusiiEi) i:vi:itv iiiiday nv ROYAL CUMMINGS, ST. .KHINSI1UHV, VT. C.HORACE HUBBARD, AsriCulliiral Ed'r, P. ). Aililrrst, M1irlliKI1r1il, VI. 4 Term. r Siiliarrlptliin. lie copy one year, I tn advance, Tiro Pollan. One copy til Months, Ono IMtar. Uii copy three months, on trial, Fifty Ccntl. Free of Pnalngo In nliy l'olnt In the Ulllleri Stair, nr Cniiniln. Communications far tlio Agricultural IVpartmcnt should b aJJrcsnod to the Agricultural Editor at SprlncflrM, t. J)o bees gather honey, or mako it, is tbo question that now vexes the scicntiGo miml. l'rof. lllloy tho eminent entomologist, takes tho latter viow. Tho Heading, Pa., city council has passed an ordinanco prohibiting the uso of opring balances and steelyards for weighing meat, poultry and pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 14 April 1876

THE VERMONT JTARMEK : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ST. JOHNSDU11Y, APIlIIi 14, 1870. They aro letting alip tlio Jogs of war in Mexico, while in Turkcj tho situation grows more serious ever day. To-day is tho eleventh anniversary of tho assassination of President Lincoln, and yes tcrday was tho fifteenth anniversary of tho capturo of Fort Sampler. Tho daily circulation of tho Now York Sun is shown to bo 135,000, almost equal to tho combined circulation of tho. Tribune, Times and Herald. 'Jut off tho two figures at tho left, and you know what, with your osslst. nncc, wo can niako tho circulation of tho FAtlMElt. Tho junior exhibition of Middlebury Ool lego occurred April -lib, and the sophomoro exhibition of tho University of Vermont, the 0th itut. Tho selection of ten speakers by the latter collego is said to havo proved sat isfactory both to participants and audience. Hitherto tho sxcrciscs have been liko "links of sweetness long drawn out." Tho tickot system, whereby only ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 14 April 1876

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 8T. JOIINSDUIIY, APIlIIi 14, 1870. NOTES ABOUT TOWN. Tho Fa nsir.it cfTico has just received a now job printing press for small work. Tho Methodist society are having a new nti'l atylish dcik put into their church. II. & II. K lUndall havo contracted to repair the Nicholi Moro at Lyndonvillo. Thero will bo an Jester concert at tho church of the Messiah next Sunday evening. II. K. it I). Q. Woodruff aro noon to erect two largo additions to thoir store building. John Chubb has sold his houss and lot on Uliff street to Alvah Ilarvjy, for S-,500. Leonard Willard has sold his property on Passumpsio river to Luko Uuzzoll for 83,000. Tbo plaintivo robin, tho open rirer, and tho gatua of marbles ara signs that summer cometh anon. Tho posloflico will bo closed to-day (fast day) from after the delivery of tho morning mail until 0 p. in. Charley Shorey is selling Mrs. Winslow's soothing syrup iu Missouri at a salary of $1000 iiud ex...

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 April 1876

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Sitcrnrjr Scpvtmmt. For the VtRMim Fattutit. COJIK UNTO NK, Corao unto mo, poor, weary one, j overy burden down i Thy heavenly rnco UJust begum Hero waits fur llioe, crown. Corao unto mo, poor, weary one, Mr Mood win 1I10J for thee t Mr yoko I easy, put It on, And meekly learn of mo Come unto mo, poor, wotry one, My lore and rut are free The burdens, theu, to long, hut borne, I'll gladly bear for tlieo. Corao unto mo, poor, weary oae, For light my burdens are i 0 tarry not I but baiton on, While itaudi tho sate ajar. Corao unto mo, poor, weary one, And lean upon my breast i lllvo up thy caret, the prlio It won i Come unto mo and tost. Briigtwatrr, Vt. For tho Vcnxoat Fannin. SIMUMl. There's a rattling and prattling, A chattering and pattering, And In como tho children all shouting together i "Ma, wo know spring li coming For tho bees aro a.liuinrulng, And tho iky l o blue t Oh 1 tU beautiful weather i "And we're Just teen a ...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 21 April 1876

armor ,-A.3T A.a-K,iaXJI.XXJS,-A.Ii FMIL nSTEWSIPFIB FOB. TUB B.TJB, ALISTS ODP THE Q-BBBISr 3COXJ3SrTAI3 STATE. if H H H H . . .1 ' lb ' 1 VOL. YI.-NO. 20, I'UM.ISIIF.l) KVI'.UY KltlDAY IIV ROYAL OUMMINGS, ST. .lOIINSltUUV, VT. C. HORACE HUBBARD, Agricnltol Ed'r, 1. O. Ailitli-, HiirlliRadit, VI. Term, of Xil1icrlptlnli. One pnpy one year, uM In advance Two hollars. One cojijr il month, One Hollar. One copy three month, on trial, 1'lfty Ccntl. Free of Postage Io nuy I'nlut In Hie Unllrit Stntf. or Cnlimtn. Onirauntcatlnna for the Agricultural Department houM be addressed to Uw Agricultural IMitor it SprliiatltlJ, . It is estimated that 700,000 hogs last year at the West of hog cholera. died Tho Ohio dairymen proposo to mako a cheeso weighing 25,000 lbs., using ono days' milk or 20,000 cows, for exhibition at tho centennial. Tho New Knglarid Homestead favors shelling corn before grinding, regarding tho values of tho cobs as not cquivalont to tho cost in corn of grinding them. In 187...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 21 April 1876

THE VERMONT EARMEIl : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. CSV ST. JOUNSBUIIY, Al'IUIi 21, 1870. jr - Tho Virginia republican convention hold nt Lynchburg U.H Thursday elected delegates with preloroucca for Maine. - - - -4 - - Tlio reader will find clsarchcro n communi. cation from IVjkIciiI Hueklnni, which is worthy of CArofui coniJoration, -. A letter in Another column from cor respondent in Minne.oU proonU eomo or tho political vtrtfcrcnm or tho Northwest. It i well worth pcrunl. . . .I.. Tho following ironical littlo couplet is i'rom l'opo (not Nino). Peter's finances nro rounded on "rock bottom." Bint piper credit I last and licit tupply I Tlit lends corruption lighter wings to fly. In vetoing tho bill reducing tho president's Hilary, Mr. Grant has simply dono justice, to his unknown successor. Littlo credit will accrue to thoso wJio advocato economy in that form. And now it is tho Shah of Persia who starts tho rumor of war. lie has dispatched troops to Mcschcd, whence they wi...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 21 April 1876

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ST. JOHNSBUIIY, APRII. 21, 1870. NOTEB ABOUT TOWN. KIdcr M. A. Polter prcaotics Ills farowell fscrmon at tho Advcnl church at Paddocks village next Sunday. II. 0. Lucas had sold Ids flour ami meal business to II. S. Steady, who hns lately been driving MoLcod's team, Tho Dartmouth, tho literary publication of Dartmouth college, has 0. A. Willard" of this placo for ono of its editors, A. 11. Hovoy and M. 11. Hussell aro ship ping butter by express to ISoaton, which nets them from 85 to 38 cents per pound. A picco or steel broko out of a largo shear at tho scale shops, ono day last week, and in its flight injured tho fuco and hand of John Tiernoy. Work at tho now water works, is being carried forward with dispatch, tho wheels of tho pump having been pLccd in tho wheel pit, and tho pump house having begun to go up. Speaking of tho insurance agent, L. P. Frank, tho Iiurliugton Sontincl says : This L. P. Frank left Durlington with...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 21 April 1876

THE VERMONT EARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. EHcntny 5)crinunt TUT. ("KXTHNKIAI. MEDITATION OV COI,UMIIIA. I. From tlil J liundrcd-lorrnccd hi jlit Might mtiro large with nobltr light llanges down yon towering ytsri Humbler (tulles and lordler teara Bhlno and fall, ihlno and Till, While old voices rlso nod call Vender where tlie Co-and-fro Weltering of mjr tang-Ago Moves about tha moveless hue Far below my resting-place. II. Mnyllowcr, Mayflower, ilowly hither flying, Trembling Westward o'er yon balking ea. Heart within Fartietll titer Englani sighing Winds without lint dear tn lata replying, Urny-llpp'd wares about Uieo shoutod, crying Hoi It ikatlnot bit III. JamoRtown, out of thee l'l) month, the tlioo, Albany Winter crloa, YtrtSt i auxifl Fever cries, IV turn nii-.y Hunger cries, IV sMri-e i au-af I Vcnjceaneo erica. Your grant tkaltttaul IV, Then old Shapes anil Masks of Things Framed llkt Faiths or clothed like Kings tlhoste of (loods onco fleshed and fair, Drown...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 28 April 1876

jFftfltltt' fill tai, -A-3ST -A-a-K,ICXJLTXJK,.Xj IF-RdriirSfT NEWSPAPER FOR THE S.TJS.A.XjIS'TS OIF THE GKREEIST STATE. YOL. YJ.--NO. 21. ST. JOHNSBUHY, EKTDAY, APJEULX 28, 1870. WHOLE NO. 281. runusiiKi) i;vi:uv i-ihday nv HOYAL OUMMINGS, ST. .lOIINSIIUUY, VT. C, HORACE HUBBARD, Asitttol Etl'r, P. O. Aililre.t, SprliiKllfl.l. Vt. Term, of Silli.rrlptlnit. One copy one year, iM In a1ranre Two Italian. On. copy tlx moiilliii,.. On. lMtnr. One copy thrre month, on trial, KMy Otiti. Free of I'oMtne to ntiy lnltit hi the Vultril Htntra or Cnnnrin. Communication for the Agricultural Pfrtartment rtinultl be aJ.lrc.wil to tho Atrrlraltural Killtor at Siiringlletil, Vt. The centennial commission has decided to make tlireo classes of Merino sheep, as sug gested in tho Faumkk soma weeks ago. A hilt is pending beforo tho Now York as sembly appropriating eight thousand dollars to pay necessary expenses incident to a rep resentation of tho dairy system' and products of tho stato at tho ccntonni...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 28 April 1876

nr. v HUM 4- af tMNVF BT. JOUNSnUHY, APRIIi 28, 1870. llcracnibcr wbat jour duly is on May 101b. 'lb-Jay is a special fast day in (ho M. K. Churcb, In another column ''Observer" has given an admirablo czposo of how conventions aro manipulated. The process of the art ii traced through all its stages. A special despatch to tho Vt. Chronicle of tho 15lh inst. says, Dotn I'edro II, Emperor of Uraril, will arrivo in New York within a week or tiro, and preparations arc tbcro being mado to givo him a suitablo reception. During tho twenty weeks that congress has been in session, little legislation of im portance has been dono upon Gnanco or rove cue. Tho sessions of tho houso havo been, so to speak, a scries of shows whero first this ono and that one has been bbligod to run a gauntlet. And though much necessary leg islation must bo deferred by it, this sort of sport has not been without salutary inSucncc. Tho now version of tho belfry death, if, false, is certainly an ingenious ono. Had thi...

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