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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 28 April 1876

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ST. JOHNSDUnY, APRIL 28, 1870. NOTE 8 ABOUT TOWN. Uoo. W. Word bus bou'gU Joshua Hrown's livery stable, business. 11. 1. Shoroy Is repairing his dwelling houso (tbo Cook place) on tho Avenue. Tisdalo it Calderwood aro purchasing u licnrso to bo kept on llailroad street. Abel Ilosmcr has opened an oyster saloon in tho basement of Ward's block, Tho Odd Fellow' celebration on Tuesday evening was reported to havo been a success, and was fully attended. Ocn. Geo. W. Orandcy spent last Sunday in town. Official duties as bank inspector called him to this vicinity. Warren Kstcrbrooks intends to build a stori on his land this summer. It will bo 3(1 by f)0, two stories, with mansard roof. Tito conlcrcnco has como and gone. Thcro was high living tor a timo, but wo hear of families who havo returned to pudding and milk. Charles A. Calderwood or tho Grm of Tisdalo fi Calderwood has sold his villago residenco at Wells ltivcr to K. H. lloyt...

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 April 1876

THE VERMONT 1TARMER.: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. SUcnirjj gjtpiu'tmxnt, for the Vermont Fanutn. Hl'ltlNOTIMI'.. t nut. rAitnon. Tlio Mud sky bends o'.r sunny Mill A illrer streamlet itSrJj the plain And, far away, like snowy mill, The clouds arc) Krlndtni fur tho crtln I No shadow fll on alt the Mens i A mellow nlory fllli tho (lobe. On mountain meltdown, freili noil Kroen, Tho fadeless aturo trails Iti robot Yon lakelet It a silver cup, Wiercon gold bubblei rett and ride, Till sunset drlnVs tlio roto wine up, And (lings tho bubblei far and wldo ! Naturo lialli whispered unto Ood t "Fatherl li not the time at band 1" And suddenly an anjrel trod The opening flower-pallii of tho land I Sweet rprlnstlmo of tho year I If ay we Thy Ulrer'i loving boart so proro, That every orderod time shall bo Tho rernal soason of llli lore! For the Vermont Fannin. K01II.K THOUGHTS. NoMo thoucliU can norer die, Merer perish In tho dust Up they grow tows nil the iky, Far aboie earth's moth and...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 5 May 1876

.TV . . H ,1 "t .A-iisr .ca-moxji.'rxjs.A.L .a.:n-:d ifimiiiy nsrB-wsn?.FEE, for tub ruralists of tub o-ubbhst 3VEOTj3sro?-A.i3sr state. i III rvi rlX ii.it II-: ii ill in I I i ruiiMsnRti i:vehv i iuiiay iiv 110 YAL GUMMING S, ST. .TOII.NSIIimV, VT. C, HORACE HUBBARD, Aericnlloral Ed'r, I. O. Aitilrt.i, Riirliifindil, VI. Terms or Snlnci-lrtlnn. Oneroid one jw, nUl tn a-Wance,.. ,.. Two Poltiiri. Uneconj ill months, Out Dollar. One copy three month, on trial, Fitly Cent. Free of roilngf (u nnjJ Point In the United Mutt, or Cnnmln. . o CoramuntaUioni ftr the Airlrulttrl Prpartroeiit BhouU be hlilmmil to the Agricultural Klllor t S.rlnjU. U, VI. ' rr f - - 1 rr : i , j Tho check rein is almost out of use in England, anil should bo everywhere A Watcrtown, Ct,, farmer protests against tho sheep-dog law, thero is so much fraud in claiming for losses of sheep that dio of old ago and grief. Secretary Jl 0. AMamhcnuV Vs'lnlM' letin of tho New Hampshire board of agri culture for March, cont...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 5 May 1876

THE VERMONT FARMER, : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ST. JOIINBDUBY, MAY 5, 1870. Tho item In tho Faiimkii of last week with rclcrcnco to tho sudden death of Mr. II. II, Lovojoy or Littleton N. II,, proves to havo liccn & mere rumor, nrising from a confusion ol names. We aro pleased to mako tho cor rection. Tho righteous sentiment of Massachusetts has avenged itself by securing tho almost unanimous election or It. II. Dana as stato delegate at largo to tho Cincinnati convert, tion. His voto was G22 against a soli tar; ballot for lien llutlcr, cast, no doubt, to bring out tho contrast in livelier colors. It may bo interesting to our readers to learn that tho headquarters for Vermont at 1'hlladclphia, will bo furnished with all the Vermont newspapers, books and pamphlets relating to tho progress and resources of our material industries; also with maps and lo cal histories of various towns, suoh as have been published, Also that two registers will bo prepared and kept at tho...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 5 May 1876

1TIE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ST. JOIINSBUHY, MAY 5, 1870 N0TE8 ABOUT TOWN. Kov. D. H. Miller proposes a trip to Hal. timoro whero tho M. '!. Oonfcrenco in in ses sion, I'rcd Kmmous tho other day waa mado to pay 810 in fine and costs for whipping his horso unmercifully, and that was none too much. Jo. Ducclto undertook to row across tho mill pond on Tuesday, but not having sufTf cicnt steam wns earned over tho dam. Ho camo out alive aud well. Tho uuoccupicd houso of Old Kino; (wo nover knew his other name) took Ore Wed ,icsday night and was burned down. Many lives wcro lost, but tho loss of property was Mil a) I. Tho father of .ludgo Uowroati received a paralytic shock recently, which, owing to his advanced ago, it Is feared will result fatally. Ho served in tho war of 1812, and was fires cut at tho battlo of Pittsburgh. A trial of Uullcr's patent smoothing har row was mado on tho flat below tho P. k 0. shops on Wednesday, which resulted in gcu. cral app...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 5 May 1876

TELE VJEKMCXNT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. tfcrnm JJcpin'tntcnt, For the Vkbmost FiniitR, VKStTK. tir riDL paitxor. Tlio lark and tier long Into heaven lure gene, The robln'i heart throbs, and hi breast iwelll and heaves Like the tldo coming In at the let of the inn Or a forest afar, llh the breete In Its learei I 0 come I eomowlth me to the temple of Ood, Tho moon-llghlod Soldi and the woodtandi' loo allies, Together to kneel on the flower-freacood eod, And pray with the language of nature awhile 1 The longs of the blrdi and the pajlroi of the learei Shall waft up to glory the thoughti of the foal And the pratie of the dawn-reaper, binding the sheaves, Bhall mingle with oun for the heavenly goal. Ocornol come with inei Hit the glad hour of dawn. The rtreri and streamlet, flow stilt, as In prayer I IO' Nature with pralso to her temple haa gono, While nympths ol the morning twlno stars In their hair: For the Vkbkont FAnuxn. NKI.I.Y'S AI.llU.1t. . FOIl A pretty affa...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 12 May 1876

Y mmit 1 ac .AJSr -A.a-ItiaXJ3LTXJIl-A.Xj -A.3STX? IFItVCIXTSS- 3ST33,WS3?-A.3?33!B. IFOIR, TIKE ZER,XJJRA.XjISTS OIF GKElEEISr 3MOXJ3Sra?A.I3Sr STATE. I (4 II VOL. VI.--NO. 23. ST. JOHSBUllY, FRIDAY, MAY 12, 3,870. WHOLE NO. 283. mm IK LPL:L II I II ill 1 il I. r.vr.itr i iuiiav itv CUMMIIYGS, ST. .TOIINS1IUKV, VT, C, HORACE HUBBARD, AsilCllltol Ed'r, I. O. A1ilrrt SiirliiRllrldt VI. Tcnm of Sulirrtpllmi Onccpjr one year, paM In n1rnnce,. Twn PolLiri. Oihj ropy six tumuli,. ... One .MUr. Ono copy three inontli, fn trial, I'lfiy CYntt. Vrre of PnMittfr to nil)' 1'olnt In the Ifnltctl Stntc iir CrtiintU. Cnnimuiilcatton fr.r Urn Afrrirultitral ivparttiwnt fliouM be kthlrcMtM to tin' .Kticulturnl KUilur at SpriugO.!., Vt. 1 All H'HtUl -w-m m T TtrT Catalnjcuonnd m.niis free. j r. aiinuiiA, Hiu lon.Md. Hyuitna, Del AIHION to HTOCKMDN Is DANA'S now KAll MA11K1NU PUNCH, liAIllibSand Il!:(II.STi:US. Site suited lo Cattle, lli; nn.l Sheep. Send tttmp for samples. Agents wanted. Manufacture...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 12 May 1876

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ST. JOIINSDUHY, MAY 12, 1870. - - SS 1 . ' Gold stood $1.12 J Wednesday afternoon. A liberal national convention will meet at Philadelphia July i!0tb, if satisfactory pres idential nominations aro not mado by tho two great parties. Tho second of a series of contributions on education from President Huclliam appears iu another column. Wo invito our readers to a careful perusal of theso letters. 11 tho Rutland Olobo is authority, W. J. Steam's. mill, recently burned, was located in West Rutland, Mass. instead of Vermont. A natural mistako to mako, howovcr, in view of Rutland's fire record. Tho inflation parly ol Now 1'ork has re cently started an organ called tho "Tho Now Republic" Unless it goes West, ono can properly pronouuee tho samo doom upon it as that spoken to Adam ol old. The British iron-clad monster, Inflexible, has au iron armor !24 inches thick, carries four 81-ton guns, and cost $3,500,000. And yet a littlo torpe...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 12 May 1876

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. MILLKIt CAHMAOK ASSOCIATION, St. Johnsbury, Vt., Manufacturers of alt kind of OPKN and TOP t'(l OIES, EXFHKSS and TEAM WAU0N3 and BLHIUIIS. CAnitlAOR TOPS constantly on hand. CAIUUAUE AEPAlMNa In all It Ilranchoi. Addross, MlLLKtl OAMUAUK ASSOCIATION, St. Jshnsbury, Vt. M. V. 11. DItKW'S MVKUY STAHLU, 81. Johnsbury, Vt. (1001) TEAMS and AUUEEA1ILE MtCER. UAlUlt AU1S AND 1IANESSES OF ALT, KINDS, DOT J I NEW AND SECOND HAND, TOU BALE. Troscotl SUM, Central Street. W'll. OAlTllllAlTH & COMl'ANY, St. Johnsbury, Vt., FIIIH, LIFE, AND ACCIDENT 1 N 3 U It A N 0 K AGENTS, Iteprcientlns FIRST CLASS STOCK and MUTUAL COMPANIES. OOlco In Dank Mock, Main Street. W. II. UaLimAiTit, Louis FoLLKTI. Swi tITT: it Tr t iTkT St. Johnsbnry, Vt. Manufacturer and Wholesale and lUtall lloalors In Bl'IUNU IIEDS nnd LOCNUES, Hair, Wool, Tnw-Top and ExceHor MATTUESSES, UPHOLSTERY (IOOIW nnd STUFFINU3, French Lasting, All-Wool Roll, Terry, Damask an...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 12 May 1876

THE VERMONT FARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. JCitcmnr Department. For the Viniiont FliuiiRf Ol'XTl.Y. XT VATTIR I.I.WRItXCI, llently sloals llfo'i closing day, On the wearr- sulnrlnir. onei And tlio twilight's fading ray Tolls them that tliolr work ti done That their lalwr hers la o'eri That they stand at deatli'tdark door. llenlly;now llm world recslcs, And a virion bright and fair, llarnlshod with llft'i holy deeds Tint were wrought tnld toll and cro, Btands rovcaled beroro Iho eyo Ala Messing ore tiny die, tlcntly heaves the peaceful breast i I.lfo U now a passing dream, Anil tho nuul will find IK rest Down licsldo Iho Hrlng itream, In tho home not m.ido with hand, In tho brlnJil celestial land, tlently lay the form to resti It li naught but laouldorlng clay, Tor the iplrlt with theMcst Dwells In ro.iltns of endless day. Kroo from sorrow, pain or caro, For tho Sarlour rolgmtli there, Mill Cotlaat. , "WHO lllll'.AKS PAYS." (.Afltr rmnjiion.) rircalc, break, break, My...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 19 May 1876

. t t , . a W H Mihow&ljyyilll wA.3ST AO-BICXJLTITRAL DE,.0EIXj"5r 3SrB"WSF-A.2PS3R FOR THE DEVXTKXjISTS OIF THE GKREEIST 3VEOTJ3STT-A.I3ST STATE. VOL. YI.--NO. 24. ST. JOHNSBURY, FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1870. WHOLE NO. 28-1. vtxwumi W a-T I aM OMaW rUlll.tSlU'.l) KVKllY FlttllAT IIV ROYAL CUMMINGS, ST. .lOIINHItUIlY, VT. C, HORACE HUBBARD, Agricultural Ed'r, I. O. Ait-llras, Sprlni-fleM, VI. Term or Riili-crliitlmi. One copy one yMr, paid In ndrance, Two ftolhn. One copy tlx months, . , ...On. IMlar. On. cpy three months, on trial, Fifty OnU. Free of 1'nttnRr nny I'nlnt In the United fntra or Cnlindn. Communications for the Agricultural Pfpartm-nt should be addressed to the Agricultural Editor at Sprlnirurld, t. ' W. I,. .NWI7I-r. St. Jnllll-ititlr)-, VI., Breeder of TitonovRintnr.n fowls, HUFF AND PAnTIUDUE COCHINS, PLYMOUTU ROCKS, BROWN and WHITE LEU- HORNS, BLACK-RE!) 0AM E BANTAMS. All No. I Stock. Ejis or Fowls boxed and doltrered at the express office. antt iii:iiusiiuiv jpigs, A...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 19 May 1876

T TTT? ri?.T?TT'VrVTrn i.i 1 -niirTin . a ht a ri i-iTrrTT mTTr a t a x.n- TiAUTTV XTTTttiTCi-r a tyttitj ST. JOnNBDURY, MAY 10, 1870. a . Peoplo wonder whero cvcrt ptpor of this stato procured those fioo Illustrations of the centennial buildings. Tbo Springfield llcpuulican, uusatisficd with killing Charles Francis Adams prcsl dcntially, is now mutilating his corpse, with uncalled-for eulogies. A sharp interchange of words on the Chi ncso question occurred in tho scnato tho other day between senators Conlcling and KJmunds. Tho Vermont boy with his rug gcd logio is thought to liavo worsted him of tho faultless toilet. It will bo seen that tho course pursued by Miss Ward, whoso case is given in another column, was tho very wisest. Since thero nro always beings fiendish and despcrato enough to practice this infernal art of black mailing, it is unlortunato that all women are not possessed of tho samo good sense. Such a villain as Clark should grow gray in a prison cell. Barring ono art...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 19 May 1876

THE VERMONT EARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND EAMILY NEWSPAPER. TVflLWMt CAlUUAUli ASSOCIATION, J-TJL Bt. Johnsbury, Vt., Manufacturers of til klnJi of OPEN and TOr 11UU- (IIIM, EXPHKS3 and TEAM WA00N8 and 8LEI0II8. UAMUAUE TOPS constantly on hand. CAIUUAUH T nEPAinma In all III llranclies. Address, HILl.KR OARntAOG ASSOCIATION. St. Jehnsbury, Vt. MV. li. DUKW'S MVKKY STAULK, St. Johnsbury, Vt. I UOOI) TEAMS ami AURr.KAIlLE riUCES. CAKIII AUES AND 1IA11NESSES OF ALL KINDS, DOTH NEW AND Bl'.COND HAND, FOR. SALE. Trotcott Stable, Central Stroet. GAI.DItAITII & 8t. Johnsbury, Vt., COMPANY, FinB, LIFE, AND ACCIDENT IN8U11ANOK AGENTS, Iloprescnllng. FIRST CLASS STOCK and MUTUAL COMPANIES. Offico In Dank Block, Main Street. W. II. UAI.BRAITII, Lot'll FOLLIETT. SW i" T 3 K U & I. I T T li K, Bt. Johnsbury, Vt. Manufacturers and Wholesale and Rotall Dealctl In BPRINO I1KD3 and LOUNUKS, llatr. Wool, Tow-Top and EjcoMor MATTRESSES, UPHOLSTERY UOODS and STUFFINGS, French Luting, All-Wool Re...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 19 May 1876

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Jfttcrnrjj grprimxnt. For the VmikontFahhir. MNKe) To ti great nrtittt irsem death ha, tttmmoned from a friend and pupil. Farewell, dear master I tlioa hut led thy flock With tenderest care thui fur In truth'i bright way t Thou glrest God tho holy chargo thl day, Ami goost to thy heavenly houis to knock At gladly opening goldon doort. Thy feet Aro only waiting now as If to And Tho vcrgo of llfo'l rough jialli t thy hands to bind Tho hit thcnvoi ere tho (unlet calm and sweet ! raroncll no empty hopo thai) mock theo thero, When thou nlth thy soa hand ihall touch tho doort. 1 eo thcmotcnl and a radlaitco pours Around theo on the gradient, Roldon italr I 0 that t might tuctnd and ttand with thoo Not for tho glories of that rapturod , phcre. Hut thlno uwr. matchless voice that I might hoar, And foot thy lorc-gtanco boamlng tendorly I Fal'L PAstson. For the Vcntioxr FARxnn. HHTllOSPliCT. nr oniCE ATitcrtTO. A cup of bliss was norer...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 26 May 1876

M f . r if farmer r- - uiunir I s 'V f j f O L f W if Matthowa 1Wj7" ! '"'' .A-KT -A.CRIOTTr.'trTXIEt.A. .IvaCIIjir WH-WSPA.PBB FOR TKCB K.TJIt-A.XilSI'S OP TKE 3OXJ0SrTA.I3Sr STATE. VOL. YI.-NO. 25. ST. JOHNSBtTRY, FHIDAX, MAY 26, 1870.. WHOLE NO. 285. I'UllMSKKti KVF.ltV VlllDAY 11V HOYAL, OUMMINGS, ST. JOIINSIIUUY, VT. C.HORACE HUBBARD, Agricnllnral Ed'r, P. ). Ailitrr.s, Hiirlnjjneld, VI. Term of Snliarl'lptloii. One copy mi yrar, lall la nd ranee, Trn Dollars. One copy sit month.,. .,... ...... On. Dollar, One copy three month, nil trial. Fifty Cent. Vrrt of ln.tn;r n mi)' l'nllit 111 Die Culled Hlnlrs or Cnllntln. IVmimtitlcatliuis f-r the Acrlfultnnl Pppartmi-nl should Ix aJ.lrronl In Ihe Arlcultnral Editor at fTlngntl.t, Vt. V. I.. SWiriT, Nt. .loliinlniry, VI., Urccder of riiouovaunnMin toivi.it, HUFF AND PAivrnnxii: COCHINS, PLYMOUTH HOCKS, UllOWN nnd WlllTK LEU- UOIUNS, 1H.ACK.RKI) (IAMP. BANTAMS. All No. 1 Stock. llgcs or Fowls boxed ami ilclUorcwl at tlio express office...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 26 May 1876

THE VERMONT EARMER : AN AGRICULTURAL AND EAMILY NEWSPAPER. ST. JOUNSBUIIY, MAY 20, 1870. To thoso who Imagino that tlio University Is filled with vlsionatlw, wo commend the perusal or an nrtlclo on tho lost page, cntl. tied "Tho Nobility of Labor," which was given a placo of honor at a recent exhibition. . Wo havo never been convlncod that truth much less political truth was a danger ous thing to utter. II it is not tho duty, tho privilcgo, tho unquestioned proviooo of a newspaper to present tho facts with such oommcnts as aro necessary to a clear cxpla nation, can any ono tell us why not 7 lri vato character it is neither our purposo nor dcfiiro to illuminate, but when a man steps into tho political field, tho pcoplo need, now and then, a map and commentary to assist in tho study of bis record. '' ' At a meeting in Plymouth church on the evening of tho 18th iust., tho expulsion of Henry 0. Jtowcn was unanimously voted. It Is thought that his defease, read on that occasion by ono of...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 26 May 1876

THE VERMONT FARMER A!N AGRlOtoTUJRAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. MUA.VM OA1UUAOK ASSOCIATION, Bt, Jolintbury, Vt., Manufacturers of nil kind of OPKK and TOP HUG-. UIKS, KAl'llKHM Mid TRAM WAG ONS n.l SLUIOIIB. CARRIAGE TOPS ennslantly on hand. CARRU SAUK IlKI'AlniNII In all It llranrb. erf. . Addrcn, MtLLP.R CARRIAGE ASSOCIATION, Bt. Jebnibury, Vt. M. V. H. DUtiW'S, MVKKY STAJH.K, St. Johnsbury, VI. (1001) TEAMS and AGREEAiiLK riUOIEl OARRI. AGES AND HARNESSES OP ALL KINDS, BOTH NEW AND SECOND HAND, FOR SALE. Trceott Stable, Central Street. WH. UAMIItAlTH & COMl'ANY, St. Johnsbury, Vt., ' FIRR, LIFE, AND ACCIDENT INSU11AN0K A a 13 NTS, rterrcicnllng FIRST CLASS STOCK ami MUTUAL COMPANIES. Ofuco In Bank Clock, Mtln Street. W. II. Galbraitu, Louii FotLCTf. SW 1 T S B It & I, I T T 1. K , til. Johnibury, Vt. . Manufacturers and Wholesale and ltctall Dealers In SPRING I)KI3 and LOUNGES, Ilalr, Wool, Tnir-Top and Excelsior MATTRESSES, UPI10LSTKRY GOODS nnd STUFFINGS, French Lasting, Al...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 26 May 1876

THE- VERMONT FARMER : Aff AGJEtlQlJLTUXlAIi AND FAMILY . HWSPAPER. For thyMOXT FlHKIH. ftii.1 rift.t. , t i ting in nonor of tho roio, Fslr quern of Flora't realm, Tlio flower assigned by poor dlrlne To wear her diadem i llolorcd by hards id. I sages, Thy name from mystic ages llloemt down through history's pages, More praltod than (old or fcem. Thy loveliness wu wisely loag lly Solomon, lit rind, Sweet pooli havo attuned to Um The harps of erery land, Thoudarllagof oreatlon, ' Adorning ever nation, Jlolorod In erery station, Tliou la thy grace doth itand. Though (lower of peace and youthful lore, Thou led'tt In chlralry, Where York and Lancaster aroio In feudal enmity, Thou on rich banner! flaunted, llorno 1y braro knights undnuntod t Who tUoIr fair enslgn'a vaunted . ' And freely Ulod fbf thee ' ' When the eld Mayflowor iproad her sails To crost the wintry main i The wlrn pratldod well for thoo Amid their lean and pain, Thought of thy beauty cheering, lly their rude homes appearin...

Publication Title: Vermont Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont farmer. — 2 June 1876

t .tvi w .it atvxtx. J -f J I I IA1 r m III III. 11 II L, VOL. VI.-NO. 26. I'UiiMsirr.ti i:vi:hy hiiiiay nv ltOYAL GUMMING S ST. .lOIINSIIIIHV, VT. C, HORACE HUBBARD, Agricnltnral Ed'r. P. CI, AltrrM, SprhiKflcMt VI. Trrm of Sulmcrliitloii Ontrflpy one year, kiM In Mrp-trc.,,. Two lolUr. Oik copy sli month,. .,,. .Out irotlar, Ono copy three month, on IrUt, Fifty Cent. Free of Pn1ngr f n miy Point In the United fMntc or Cnnntln. CommunlenttoD frr the Agricultural PtpArtmcnt thouti he fuMn-ttfii lu tiie i-mior at Springfield, t, AV. I.. SWI'IT, Nl. Jnhllolillry, VI., Breeder of TIIOllOVGilMWli M'O H1.S, HUFF AND nnTntnuK COCHINS, PLYMOUTH HOCKS. 11IU1WN AND luuiKLi t riilinnvo ur tor nun natti ItANTAMS. All No. I Stock. Kirn or . rowis iioxeu nni ueuvercuai eipressoiuce. llX'ltSlllMIE caTTi.r. mill JIVIIUSIIIMU: JPIGS, Also a few KIlflUTIIOIl.VS a Mil Jl'.IIKr.v.s, Bred ami for Kilo, at reasonable prices, by A. 1". IIAI.I., Ihsrby Line, Vt., or Slanstenl, P. )., May II, I87C, 3?xrni:...

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

THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER. SO?. JOIINSDUHY, JUNE 2, 1870. Tho compotiliou between (ho trunk rail, road companies keeps seething and tho faro between Hoston and Chicago via tho Grand Trunk has been reduced to $11. Tho hanging of Frost and Piper, tho former at Worcester and tho latter at Jos ton, took placo last Friday according to pro. vlous sentence. Kntcrpris'ng papers havo presented a'.l tho details, hftw in tho ono caso tho czcutlon was conduoted secundem nrtcm, reflecting great credit upon the shor id and Low in tho other tho general tono of tho work was clumsy and unskillful. - -.- Thcro was considerable division on tho ground of color in tho councils of the Right Worthy Grand Lodge of Good Templars held last week in Louisville. Discord has nlso arisen at tho Presbyterian convention held in New York, founded upon tho antipa tbics growing out of tho rebellion. Tho clasping or hands across tho bloody chasm has not yet borno its perfect fruit. Timu o...

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