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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 13 June 1883

Vp V't MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1SS3. VOE. 78. 1000. NO. 35. A H.. Rt 9.10 A. , M and 1 ,4 r. M. pr fnr all nolnt tn ?.vton and all Intenne- YMi, Snvfrintendent, rittengtr Apent, ffmoxit Railroad. f?S JOItniVH ! 3t ITli for Concord, Manchester, Vahna. Wor- wcr. Lowell, FUcliMi'B. isoMnn, npring fleld. New Lopdon and New York. nin. r,tUTElEXritF.'.fromMnntre.l,oi:. ,1U Ui llli rtPn.tmri! nn-l Ihe Wet. fnr Hmton, vla lowell, and New York via Sprlngfleld and New t,nndon. 7 90. n m MIXKD. from at. A'n, Kntland and f lOU P. III. itn.rtlne.fm fnr Northfield. 11 in n m VIOIIT EXritF.as. frnm Mnntrral, Ov llilU l). III. detiidmri: and tbn Weat for Hwton vln Lowell and rilolihnrif, 'prlneflel.t. New lyndon ad New York. Bnd all polnta In vw Eniriand. xieentntr ram to Hprlng fleM and lloaton vla Lowell. TrviCtM Ooltif Xnrth atul 11'ent : "J Ifl n m fTOIIT EXl'nK8. frnm Tlmtnnand New 0. IU d. III. York fnr Montwl, 0!deniin and tlie M'e.t. Rleepln? Car to Montresl. 0 (E n m AcrnMMon....

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 13 June 1883

&Qricu1tuntl. T. II. 1IOSKINS, Newport, Vr., Eilllor. tjik usKFOi. rttnv. A counttT llfo laiweetl ln mcxlerate coM nnd litat, To wlk tn the alr, llow iileant and fair t ln tvery nld of wlieat, llie ftlrvtt of flowere Ailornlnu tlia lioweiK, And every meadow'a browi Eo Uiat 1 my No cour tlcr may Comriare wlth tlwm nlio clollie ln grayi And tollow tlie ueul nlow, They rle wlth the mornlng lark, And tnbor 1 1 1 1 almott ilark, Then folding Ihelr lieep, They liten to alcrpi While every vleaaant park Sext mornlng l rluglng Wlth b I rd tliatare elng'ng, On each green tender bougli. Wlth whnt conttut and luerrlnicnt Their daya are rpcnt Wlioie nilnds are bent To follow the uf ul flow. Is EStrnTngnncc n HlcssliiffJ Wo cut the followiug from the agricult ural departmont of the Frecman : " ' It costs nbout 123,000 a year to eall and keep In repalr tlie four yachta Itept for tlie use of (Jneen Victorla. Tliat amount of moticy would lieet) from starvlw: flvo hundred faini liea for oneycar. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 13 June 1883

ONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOTJRNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1S83. 3 jii 11 in iui tfn ee Mount r 'uMj-ama Tl, tuit'. flranrl T Utna t uiivim Tnot llkely nre fHi For thn. rtnce thelr ImporUtlon brgAn. Tliey have Hlvy arpearecl on a Japanese fan, Whalcver they're meanl for, I bletj one nntl atl, As I i'ln llitm arouml orertpou on tbe A ! care1eftly Btlek tliem In Jirft nnl ln I'Ovl. Anil cover mlroltly the bliick ntove-plpe liolees Ko matter how bnre be tlie depert, I cnn Make It bloom Uke the roie with theJapanoe (an. O Japanee fan, lf yon only lial fee t, l'd lay down before yon n rlch trlbute meet In prale of your beanty and npe, and the grace h bleli you can cover an nnslghtly place, Antl believe iWi 111 Mng loud as 1 can, Locg may you wave, O Japneie fan ! ll'stie Cfinnttltr, in Batar. Tlio Wife as a Financlal IIelp-3Icct. Manv woraen are extravaeant, Bbsurdly and thonghtlessly bo, and ruin their hus banils fmanciallv. Mauy men are miserly and mean, thoufthtlessly sti absurdly and un...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 13 June 1883

I VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE Sffnlchmmi & gjomnnl WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1833. Tiaiis-$1,00 ner year, atrlcllj In ndvancoi or $2.50 If not fald wltliln three months. Tlic Vcnnoiit Wnlulimnn. iaTAiu.isiiKi) in 180(5. Tho career of a nowspapor whoso origin Was contomporaueoua wlth tho formation o sooioty in tliis country and which has eutvivod tho changcs o titno lo tho pres ent day, is a bodily representation" of tho history of tho couutry. Tho rudo hand press of Franklin tho rnarvelous mechan ical creations which prlnt tho inodern nowspapor; tho stintedsheet, meagor con tents and restrlcted clrculation of tho primitivo journals tho ouinipresont rural weekly and tho gigautio cditlona of tho metropolitan daily, aro counterparts of state and national growth and develop ment. Such a newspaper ia also tho stato's and tho Natlon's history. In tho retrospect of its pages tho post horse and evory primitivo thing disappears. Its col utnna of growing atnplitudo at...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 13 June 1883

I VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURIVAI,, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1S83. 5 ttt:tn Ay 3fnnttt:if AVKDNKSDAY, JUNK 13 1SS3 Local Ilcins. Bctton nnd Fostor laco kld?, Nvarrfttited, nt Vebster's. Go nnd bco tlio prlces on Bummergoods to re duce ntoclr, nt Wobstet'a. Du. Waumkr'h Cornllne corseta nt YVoVi ster'a; nlso vnrlous otlior klnd. Ilisuor HoTirt, for Bstle or to icnt, from one to teu ycars. Apply to II. Fnlcs. Aliwool plaln nnd lace buntlng, from tlghteen to twenty-fivo conts, nt Wolister's. Dhkss stylo glngham's eold nt Webster'n for ten cents n yard; also figured plquos nt oiglit centg. FAHMKtts will fina nt D. I.. Fullor & Son'a tho new "Chnmplon" horse-rake. It Is tha best In tho world. Try lt. Jost rccolved nnotborlot of woven wire mat trassea nt A. T. Straw & Co.'s new furnlluro Btoro ovor the marble shop, Jlain stroet, Wator buiy, Vt. C. 0. Gkaves, Waterbury, Is having n groat trade In Florence nnd Adams & YV'cptlake oil stoves. Ilousckeepora Jiomand tliem i'or tbl...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 13 June 1883

0 VERMONT WATCIIiUAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1S83. CKEKl'INO W THE BTAIH9. In Ihe aof tly-falllng twlHght Of aweary, wearyday, Wlth a qulet He p I entered Where the children were at play, X waa broodlng oVr eome tronble, That had met me unawarea, When a little vo1'' eame rlngtng "Mela creepln tip a Halra." Ah I It toncbed the lenderent heart-strlng Wlth a hrenth Bnd force illvlne, And anch mtodIea awakened Aa my worda dnne'r deflne. And I tnrned to aeeourdarllng, forgetfnl of invoarea, Whe n I m the little creatnre Slovvly creepiDg up the itBlra. Ptep by atrn abe bravely rlambered On her llt'le handa and knee, Keeplnc; up a eonatant cbatter I.lke magple ln the treea) Tlll at lat ahe reached Vr tonmoat, When o'er all her world'a aff alra Bhe, dellghted, atood a vlctor, Atter creeplng np the atalra. Falntlng heart, behold an Image Of man'a brlef and ttrngillng llfe, Wh"e het prlz" mnat be captured Wlth earneat, noble Hrlrei Onward, npward, reachlng ever, Bendlng tn th...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 13 June 1883

OrV TIIK I.INK. Tlm boyii stood np ln thn reading class A dosen or so ar.d encli one said ThRt lhoe at the foot should never pass, Or flnd It easy to get up head. Harrywas studlous) sowereJake, Jlni, and Hobert, and Tom, and Jackt yoi itin or bmlaess they mennt lo mskc, And It would'l ilo to be ilull or slack, "Ihere wasn't another lioy on tho llne More anxlous than Jlmmy to keep hl place! J'or to be at the head waa very ftne, lltit to go down toot wss a sad dUgrace. Tint Jlm dellglited ln game of ball, I'olo, tcnnls, or tame croquct, And his inlnd wss not on hl books at all, When lio took hla place ln tlie class tliat day. Twas his lurn to rend, and lio started cft Wlth an alr attentlve a valn preltii'ei For tlie boys aroiind hlni bcgan to cough And nndge and ehuckle at Jlm's cxpense. " You've sklpped a llne," whlspered generoui Ben, Who oflen hod helped ln thl wny 1 efore. You've sklpped a llne 1" shouted Jlni i and then, Of couise, the school-room was ln a roar, A down to the foo...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 13 June 1883

Vermont Stnto Kcws. Ludlow ls tnlklng o( estrtbllnhlng n nntlonn.1 bank. Nonin Troy ls to hiwe n fourth of July cole bmtlon. A nAit.noAn frnm Island Tond to Newport ls ntrnln bPlne nRltnted, Sixty-two ton of butter wero ghlpped from St, Albnns last month. Two benrn wore rnrtnred on tho mountaln In Chittenden lftpt wcek. Drmwi thr. mnnth of Mny there were but ten dnAtbs In Ttsnnlnpton. Somk flH of cnrn In tho vlclnltv of Chostor have bcn dpatrnvert by wlro-wnrms. Fiptfev tlioiuanil ft of timibpr wn? iiffd by the clrcus mon for blU bonrds In St. Albans. A jirn-TrnTLK vrns fnnnrl nt Jnlinon tho othpr dny wlth tho dates 1855 and 1807 cut on bi shell. Tlinnn thonsnnd flvf hundred ponnd of but tPr were "hlnped frora Danville stntlon Monday of lait woek. Thkhk wlll be uo pnblloexprclpfof the hlgh chnnl nr, lleHnwn Fallsthls yoarns there ls no pr"duatlnc plnsi. Stanvaiip not. G. A. R, of Burlington nettert S.TOO 'rom tho war-songs concert on the 6Tnltie of MPinorlal dny. Snow l TPn"-tPd to ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 20 June 1883

mm BY W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 18S3. V(XL. 78. 1001. NO. 3G. BimeJ$Hhl& Montpelier & Wells R. R. R. Taking EffectOct Effcct October 9, 1882, Trfiliis leitvn tnntpellnr an follnwa t MrII M 8.W A. M., Eximw t 1.45 p. M., Mlied at 4.10 T. , arrive at Wells lUwtt 10.20 A, M., J.J5 T. ii., 7.30 r. M. Traln lenve ll'ella Jtlver iis follow: Mlxed t 5.30 A. M.i Accommodatlon at 10.45 A.M., Mall t 4.00 p. M.s arrive at Montpelier at S.10 A. m 12.30 r.H., S.S0 r. M, Tralnn leavlng Montpelier at 8.30 A. M. and 1.4S r. M. tnake cJone connectlont at Well Klver for all polnta In Ihe White MountMnm alo tnr Ilnnton and all lnlerme dlate notnt. W. A. 8TOWELL, Suprrinlendent. F. W. MORSE, Oeneral l'autngtr Ageni. Central Vermont Railroad. Commencing October 9, 1882. Trnlns Oo'nf South wlll Iavo Montpelier a fottowa: 91(1 o m MAU., from St. Alban and Rtirllneton ilu d. III, (0r Concord. Manchotor, Nahtia. Wor rerter. Lowell, Fltchtmre, Boston, gpring fleld, New Lond...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 20 June 1883

f 2 VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNATi, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1883. yricnlhtntl. T. II. IIOHKINH, Newport, VI., Kdltor. TJJU AltSIYUP THE OIIASS. Wlth dover white and dover reil, lt htdes the tMa v, liere lieroos blcil, lta tender tecrct kecplnKi And spreidi 1U tnantlo wlicro tlie dend Id perceful ret aro slcrplng. It flndn the xrnvei of hlue nnil grny, It comen on decorntlon ctay, Wlth vlolets nml dftllea It keepa dcad mcinorlen green for ftyc, Where wlld blrds ring thelr prnlws. Down tlio calin valo wliero watcrn run, The gras Iook un to Rreet the un, llappy lti riilnlng weatherf A mlllton Joyons Made, llke oue, Kejolcu iu llght together. The army of the gram ia tme, Wavlng Iu flowcrn, re.1, white and b'ue, When called by wlnds to rally; And, llke the hoats of ltodcrlck Dhu, Itrprlngt froni lilll and valley. Creeplng ln tllence up the mound, It holiH IU conquett of the ground ! llclow the captured hlll 1; IU emerald flag emhroldered round Wlth tmltercupn and ltlle. Llke llberty ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 20 June 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1S83. 3 12LA1NK AN KLAINU. Dcml, h drlfud'to ttt t, Tell U9, Love, l Peatli 10 sweet ? Oh I the rtver flowetli ileep, Fathomi rteeper li her (leep. Oli I tlie current rtriveth itrong, Wilder tldes drlve souli along. Drlfttng, though he loved tier not, To th heart of Launcelot, I.et herr"' H 1 her rlnce, Penth btlh glven licr thU grace. It berpnH) bereitethwell. Wluit her drenms are, who can tcll t Jtute tlie iteorimanj why, lf lie Spoaketh not a word, (bouM we ? lt. Dead, ihe drlfteth to hln feet. Closo, her ey keep secreta twcet. Ltvlng, lio bml loyeil her well, lllgh as heaveu and iloep ns licll. Yet tliat Toyagi he ftayelh not, Walt you for her, Launcelot? Obl ths tlvor flowelh fat, Who ltjuttlfled atlatt? Locked her llps are. llnnbl Hfbo Sayeth nothing, bow thould we? Tho Dcncon's Weck. The communlon servico of January was just over in tho church at Sugar IIollow, and people were waiting for Mr. Parkes to give out the bym...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 20 June 1883

4 VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1S83. rnichmnt & $joimnl WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1883. TiBUa 85.00 per year, itrlctly ln advance; or 1M If not ;ald wltbln three months. Tiie prosidont haa takeu a vlgorona step towards roduolng rovenue exponaos. In connection with Seoretary Folger ho haa complete.d plana for effecling a reduc tion of at leaat thirty out of a total of ono hundred and twenty-slx internal rev onue collectloa dlstricts. He la anxious to cut cloaor thnn thia and may aboliah forty-two districts, bo reporta froin Waak ington say. Welle8I.ey Colleqe gave atwo hours' exhibition of ita methods of phyaical cul ture, recently, to a dolighted audienco, one of whom remarked, " It really aeema as if these girla wore having aa good a tlnie aa boya." AUco F. Freoman, prosi dent of the college, eaya that the cauao of the breaking down of the girla iu inatitu tioua of learning ia tho lack of proper phyaical care beforo entoring. " Expe rieuce ahowa," she a...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 20 June 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1883. 5 Williamstown. IIawlkv Galk and Leavltt Hayward nro bulldlng barns. Mn. anp Mns. B. F. SntLEY aro vlsltlng frlends ln Winooski. Rkv. G. L. Wklls liaa ofilclated at tho threo funcrals liere In tlie last wook. Dn. K. C. I.kwis nnd wlfo nre ln town, hav lng como to nttecd lits mothot'fl (anoinl, Wnxis Gamc nnd Lester Galo aro to Btay nt one of tho Whlto Mountaln liotels tho comlng Benson, Vekmost Is now in hor Juno glory, In these Sarta. Onr farmors nro looklng for nn abun anthay crop. Fhanic MAnriN has finished hls courso at tlie Worcester (Mass.) acadoray whero ho achlercd n worthy tccord. Jacoii nnd Orlando Fllnt, nnd thelr glntor, Mis. YValdo, hnvo been vlsltlng (tlendg ln New Hampshiro nnd Connecticut. W'k nre told that tho lant censua ghowcd that qulto a large por cent of the marrlod men ln onr town wore youngor than thelr wlves. Mns. CAtwiN Fmnt galna, lt at nll, but slowly, Bittlng up but a very short tlmo. Sho ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 20 June 1883

G VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNA.L, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1883. THB AOEI1 HKIilKVKK. I'm knwllng at tbe threnhold, Weary, falnt and ore AValtlng for Ihe dawnlng, For the openlDft of the doori Waltloft tlll the Mater Shall bld 1116 rlce and come To tlie glory of lil prenence To Ihe gladncna of hla home. A weary path l've traveled, 'Mtd darkneaa, torm and strlfe) Hcnrlng many a burden Stniggllng for my life) Hut now the morn ls breaklog, My toll wlll aoon be o'er i I'm kneellng at tho Ihreahold My hand la on the door. Vethlnks T henr the volcca Of the bleKned they atand, Slnglng ln the tunthlne Of the alnleas land. 0 1 would that I w?re wlth them, Amld thelr ahlnlng throng, Mlngllng tn thelr worahlp Jotnl-g ln tbclr aong. The f riemU that atarted wlth me Have entered lonn ago t One by one they left me Struggllng vrlth the f oe. Thelr pllgrlmagewaa ahorter, Thelr trlumph looner won 1 IIo lovlngly they'll greet tne When my toll la donel Wlth tliem, the bleased angeli, That know nor g...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 20 June 1883

VERMONT WATCXIMAN & STATE JOtJItNAX,, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1883. AVATOHING. Walchlng for somebody, wMe brown eyes, Waltlng to give hlm a rare surprlo? OIi, Is lt fatber, whos e horse's feet Kall In tlio tllntnnco, smoolh nnd fleot Father, whose lioart for many a mlle, Korward has lesped to tlie dear old xtito. 01), liow thoy'll klss lilin, and hold hlm fnt, M'hen falhor ls home with his balrns Rt last. " Illitl" crlcs slsler to llaby Wlll " Llsten, ilarllng I le mount the htll. Oh, how Bellm flles ovcr llio ground I Hearer and nearer tlie lioof-beats sonnd." Flowers for father, and looks of Joy, flweetest wonls shall their tongues employ, Pomebody's comlng the dear, tlie w Ise t Shlne out to grcet hlm, you brlghttirown eycs. M, E. Sangtter.in llarper'i YounQ I'eople. Tho Sclcnco Of Rlllllllllg. St. Nicholns says verv few boys know how to run. " IIo, ho I" say a dozen of onr boya. "Just brinj; on the boy that can run faster than I can I" But, stop a moment. I don't mean that most ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 20 June 1883

8 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1SS3. Vermont Stnto Kows. Two benrg have boen caught In Chittenden. Woodstock wants to celebrnte the Fotirth of Jnly. Windham peoplo nro dlstnrbed by potty thlevea. A jjrw erand army post has boen organlzed nt Windsor. Commkngkment at Middlebury comos on tho Fourth o( July. TrtK Rlgnal gervlce statlon at Barllngton hnn bof n dlacontlnned. Gko. L Norton of Derby had a two-years-old Ptcer kllled recently by a bear. GnonniK DovAnon. aavon yenrs old, wna. drowned ln Otter Croek, Middlebury, last Wod nenday. Tttb celebratlon of the flrst nettlement of Or well la to be obaorved by npproprlate servlces to-day, June 20. Hoiiaoe Moksr of Island Pond kllled a black Mg6 recnntlr whlch measared seven faet from tlp to tlp of wlngs. A TKN-YKAns-otD son of James Brooks of Bellows FalN was drowned last week whlle bntblnc at Gage's mllls. Wool bnyrn ln Woodstock have been py lne twentv-rteht cents for washed and nlne ten and twenty cents f...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 27 June 1883

1)1? s mm BY W. W. PKESCOX- MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, JTJNE 27, 1883. VOL. 78. 1002. 3VO. 37. Montpelier & Wells R. R. R. Taking Effect June 25, 1882, Tidliis lcave Montpelier an fotlowm Mall at 8.00 A. M Exrows at 1.39 r. t.. Mlzedat 4.1(1 v, M. arrlve nt Wells Rlver at 9.40 A. M,, 3,10 r. 7.3J r. M. JVafns lenve Ili7 Jfft'cr os followit! Mlied nt 4.(10 A, m., Accnmmodatlon at 10.01 A. V., Mall at 4.00 P. arrlve at Montpelier at 7.15 A. M., 11.S0 a. ., 5.M p, u, Tralns leavlnf! Montpelier t 8.00 A. M. and 1.S0 p, u. make cloee connectlons at Wells ltlver for all polnts In the White Mountslnst also fnr Boston and all Inteinie cUate polnta. w. A. 8TOWELL, Superintendmt. F. W. MORSE, Gentral Panenger Agcnt, Central Vermont Railroad. Commencing June 25, 1883. Tratni Golng South irtll Xcare Montpelier as followa : 8CF. n m 'MAIL, from St. Albans and Burlington .JJ a, llli for Concord, Manchester, Nashua. Wor cester. Lowell, Fltchbure, Boston, Sprlng field, ew lyndon and New Vork. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 27 June 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAIV & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2' 1 8Si. ijiicuIhiniL T. II. IIOSKINS, Newport, Vt., Killlor. TO A DAI8Y. Wee, little rlmlpaa wheel of Fate, Wllli allvcr (polcea and Imb of yellow, What gentle gltl, ln accenta mellow, llaa aought your ald to find a mate? Who Rnn)t your alender apokea apart, Eacli one f 01110 dear aeiiualntauce naintng? And who waa lie tlio love cl one, clalmlug The cliolco.t chamber In her heart 7 O tlny lmb of goltlen lnie Klt by her flrgera' tender prcmilng, Still yet, liietlilnka. ahe'a valnly guenslng If what you rrophesled, were trnc. Vou dled between lier flugcr-lln, Sweet gypy maid of wMom maglct Fray, l tt rortli a cleath io traglu To hear tlio mnIc of lier llpa 1 Franl Dtmjuter Shmnnn,(nthe Century. Tho Aiiicrlcnn Holdcrncss Cntlle. The breoder is a Mr. Cole of Solsville, New York, whoso " Atnerican Iloldorness" herd, aa Mr. Colo calls them, bas bcen do veloped by twenty-eight years, of the closest in-breediug. Tho animala are re m...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 27 June 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUJRNAI,, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1883. 3 I50IIO 80N0. When lrk aml ntoomy lilRht l cloiwllng I'eace from o'er my eiutlily lied, Wlien deep iiliadows round ate. brondlng Llfe below f roin llglit o'erliead Wlien heart l wenry, earth li dreary, Falntlng fean my boRom 1111; Say, Ohl nny, (hall 1 nowdouM lilin, Or, tbougli tremblltig, truit blni stlll ? Kcho-" Triut blin ntlll." Wlien Blornn are gttberlDg, fmpetM raglng Kouml thlj frall and toncly tiarque) Warnlng volce, heard irennglng Tliat tbe future will ba dark) Wavee aie rtrcaintug, blllowa teemlng OVr the wreck, wllli aridenlriginoan ay, Oli I tay, nhitU Iben t ilottbt lilm, Or rdace truit lu hlin alone? Echo" In lilm alone." When f rlemU are cold, and hope fortaking, rrosperoua days rnuovlng far; When earthly Jiy arofarewell taking, Falnt the llglit of trlendbli' ntar; To-day In orrow A-aut to-morrow, Futnro litd by c'.onda above s Sny, Obl tay, hall now 1 doubt lilm, Or, undaunted, " tnnt hl love?" Ech...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 27 June 1883

VERMONT WATCJIMAN & STATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1883. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1883. Tmia-$2.00 Der yoar, ntrictly la advaticoj or 11.50 If iNTKItNAt, Kkvknuk Commibsionkk Lvans is disappoiuting the country. Ile has rcmoved old and faithful ofHoials and put his Kontucky frlends in tlioir places, or roappolnted officlals who had boon dis inissed for causo. Bounce him, Mr. Pres idont, if iie does not turu from tho orror of his waya. Fiiuit and the cropa hare suffered se- veroly from the cyolonea which havodevas tated different parta of the country, Wholo orcharda havo been dostroyed, it ia said, and fielda of grain havo been waahed away bythedown-pouringof thorain. The sum of these losses muat be very great, and in indlvidual cases tho labor and ox- penditure of the farmer ia due tiine will not becrowned with the pronllsod harrest. A Washington editor, critioiaing the roceut reunion of tho geuoral offioera of tho army of the Potoinac, saya : " This time it consisted of two or t...

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