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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 28 October 1885

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, AYEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1885. 3 l'cusloiis Urnutcil. To Fnnny L. .Tonklns, West Tops lmm, 18 a inonth iuul $8Q nrrcars; Asn C. Athcrton, Waterbury, nn in crcnso of pcnsion from 80 l 88 a nionth; A. C. Houtwoll, North Sher burnc, nti ineronso from .?() toS-ln month; Henry Hailoy, Calais, an in crease fron) 81 to 8 n monlh; H. U. Goodalo, Danville, an inerease from 81 to 80 a month; Thonins J. llastlngs, AVcst Glover, an liierpnso from 80 to 824 a month; C. C. Ilood, Williams town, an Inorenso from 82 to 80 a month; Jnnios Mnrsh, Jr., Cabot, an incrcaso from 80 to 88 a month; Cy priam, Dulbois, Burlington, un incrcaso from S?-l to 812 a inonth; Frank Gnrd ncr, Arlington, 8-1 a month and abotit 81,000 nrrcars; Eli Carponter, llut latul, 4 a month and S-lfiO nrrcars. tjucslions AiiHwercd. E. U. 1'., Tyson. Your fathor is ou titlcd to pcnsion if bis disability was contraetod in thc scrvicc of thc tfiiited Stntcs whilc a soldicr, or if it rcsults from...

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. — 28 October 1885

4 VERMONT AVATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, AVEDNESDAY, OCTOBEIl 28, 1885. Mnrtt)mmt fnunwl. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEH 28, 1885. Terms J2.00 per yoar, itrlctljrl" oilvBncoj or f2.50 lf not pnld Mrltliln tlireo montlis. Grnnt nnd Johnson. A rcmarkablo contrlbution lo tho lils tory of tho rcconstruction ora lias bccn furnishod tho past wcck In nn opcn loUorfrom IIon. Chaunccy M.Dc pew to Coloncl Frcd D. Grant, giving tho dctails of tho rclations cxistlng bc twccu Prcsidcnt Johnson aml Gcnoral Grant during a critlenl pcriod. Mr. Depcw, in a publlc addross during tho illncss of Gonoral Grant, alludod to tho subjcct-mattcr of tho rccont-publishcd lottcr, aud rcmarkcd at tho tiino that Grant was " twico tho savior of tho rc publlc." Tho rcinarkablo rcvclalions wore niadc to Mr. Dopew by Gonoral Grant hitnsclf somo four yoars ago. Soon aftor tho iuauguration of Prcsidcnt Johnson it 1s wcll known that a suddcn chango oc currcd in his viows and policy regard iug tho rebols and rcconstruction. Ac cord...

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. — 28 October 1885

0 VERMONT "WATCHMAN & STATE JOIT11NAL, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1885. 5 siflcd, instcntVof boing rcmovcd orlcs scnod, ns tlino gocs on. Tho ropo of Bntul has brokcn ovcn sootior thnn wns oxpccted. Concord Monitor. Tiik lawault known ns tho " Joncs county calf caso " has bccn concludcd iti "Wntcrloo, Iown, ln tho clrcult court. Elovcn yoars ago John Forcmnn hnd four calvcs stolcn, nnd about tho samo timo Itobcrt Johnson, n ncighboring farmcr, bought soino calvcs for S. 1). Pottcr of Green county. Tlicsc calvcs provcd to bo tho oncs stolcn from Forcman. Soon aftcr Johnson wns prosccuted by tho nntl-hoisc-thlef ns sociation of Joncs county for tho thoft of tho calvcs. IIo wns tricd twico antl ncquittcd, nnd in 1877 brought suit ngninst sovcn monibcrs of tho" nssocia tion for inalicious prosccution, allcging that thoy did not liavo probablo causo for bcgmning tho action. Tho caso has bcen bcforc tlio courts cighl ycars, nnd has becn tricd llvc tinics oncc at Clinton, onco nt Vinton nn...

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. — 28 October 1885

c VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUKNAL, AVEDNESDAY, OCTOBEIl 28, 1885. klcctctr hxn. BO. Tlio Sluulow of tlio Clotul. lllio flelds nml sunny sklest A glamur 011 tlio dlstant hllls tlmt stand Llke cltadols of some enchantcd liitul Which yot lnvitpo our oyos. A wcnltli of dalslcs spreadj A welght of redolence upon tlio iilr, From yonder crab, whoso wantou blossoms thcro Oppresslvo fragraneo shed. ltcro 1 11 Its sedgca dccp, A little pool tlmt, fnllof swoet contcnt To rlpplo, wlinl swept, 'noiitli tlio briuiehcs liont, I.les trannull and aslcop. Illgll tlp nmnng tho boughs Tlio fcntherod chorlsters of morn, tlmt trovo To tlll tlio nlr wlth ccstacy nnd lovo, Chlrp fcobly as tlicy drowso, And nll thlngs ylcld In sllcnco to tlio power Of wnrmth and sunllght nt tlio nooiitlde liour. Unfathotncd depths of liluo, And rlfted dusky clouds chased by tlio broeio Across a sea of azure, w lilcli ono socs Tlio vclled sunllght throughi Whlch darketi pond and lilllock aa they pass, And east tliclr tl...

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. — 28 October 1885

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, AYEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1885. 7 Grand Display of Fall and Winter Goods at M. M. KNIGHT S DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT Stowe Street, Waterbury, Vermont. "We havo now one of thc largest assortments of Drcss Goods cvcr oifcrcd in tliis scction, comprising all tlio New and Dcsirablc Pabrics of tlic Season. A full line of Tricots, Sorgos, Satin Burbers, Inverness Clotli-braided Robcs, Homcspuns, &c, &c, togoillCL, Avitli a line lino of Braids, AVool Laces, Velvets and Pluslics. BARGAINS IN BLACK AND OOLORED DRESS SILKS! We are now selling' our $2.00 Silk at $1.75, and other g'racles in proportion. OUR CLOAK DEPARTMENT is UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE this SEASON, As we liave on exhibition one of tlie largest stocks of Ladies', Misses' and Cliildren's Outside Gannents to be found in Nortlicrn Vermont. A VERY FULL LINE OF LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDBEN'S UNDEBWEAR, Including the Celebrated Bennington Goods. Look at our Ladies' Merino ITndcrvests at 50 cents. ...

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. — 28 October 1885

8 VERMONT "WA.TOHMAN & STATB JOU11NAL, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1885. Weckly Notth Siiiiimnry. Vermont. IIon. J. Ui IIowman, n nrotnlnniit cltlzcn of Royalton, tlroppod tlcmt Saturday. TosiAit ItoN.siTKii of Brandon liad a liorso stolcn from lils barn Tuosdny nlght of last wook. John McMahon, tlioc1iamploncollar-and-olbow wreatlor of tlio world, 1s llvlng o lils farm nt Hakorsflold. Titn Hutland liorso rallroad ls an assurcd faot, iih all but $1,200 of tlio $'28,000 In bonds havo bocn dlsposed of. Itisv. Gkokok 3. Queunhky wlll preucli in Hancock noxt Sunday, Novombor 1st, at ono o'clock In tlio uftornoon. Tnn tnorlno mllls nt Winooski liogan run. nlng nlght and day, Monday of last weok, wlth a donblo forco of employes. IIaiinky Koonev's liouso and barns in Hydo l'ark wero burned Wednesday of lust wook; loss, $1,200; no lnsnraiico. C. l' Gooiiitinii's 8katlng rlnlc In Bristol was bnrtiod oarly Tlutrsday of last wook, by an lncendlary llro. Loss $3,000; lnsnraiico, 81.000. Thk layl...

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. — 4 November 1885

fhe BY D. AV. DIXON. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1885 VOL. 81.-4125. NO. 4. Matcljntait $0itnwl. WEDXKSDAY, XOVEMBKK 4, 1S85. Tho Noveinljcr Eloctioiis. Tiik Watchman goes to prcss too cnrly this mornlng to glvo any dellnlte rcturns of tho electlons holil yostenlny. Tho latest imllcatlous wero tlmt tlio ropubllcniis would cnrry Now York by at lcast 10,000 plurallty. A republlcan victory in Massachusetts is us surcd hoyond nll question. Tho rcsult in Virglnla ls uncertnln. Electlons wero also held in elght otlior statos, Irnt theso aro not vcry lmportant tliis yoar. liuslncss Notlccs. Aktf.ii tho thenter drop In to tho Capltal Cafo aml got a lunch. Tako soinu flne con fectloncry liomo for thoso who dld not comc. Opposlto tho Goldcn Flccco. 0. W. Locklin, propriotor. TllK PltlNNEV IJOOKSTOItR is tllO Only placo in town where you can get tho Dia- MOND Srr.CTACLKS. Ir you want to savo monoy or get a pre scription put tip correctly, call on F. II. Willard at Ira G. Bascom's d...

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. — 4 November 1885

2 VERMONT AVATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBEIt 4, 1885.. igrmtttural, T. H. HOSKINS, M. D., Edltor, Newport, Vnrmnnt. LOVKTT'S OllCIIAItl) AND GAltDUN, publlshed monthly nt Little Sllvor, N. J., nt llfty ccnts n ycnr, 1s full of prnc tlcal instructlon for fnnuors nnd gar dcnors. Its contrlbutors nro all prac tlcnl inon. Our readcrs know tlmt wo nro not lnvlsh or indiscrlmlualo in our pr.ilso of such publicatlons. For many of thom aro vory trnshy. William Doiunx of Sharon, Coun., wrltcs to tho JTomcstcad thatho"got ono statomont from Its locnl columns from Vermont which spoko of a grcat drouth thcro and tho fact that stock wns low. I went right thoro and bought a lot of cnttlo and clcarcd $500 by sclllng thom iu thia scction." It scems to us that tho Vermontcrs might havc dono bcttcr than that. Couldn't thoy havo taken tholr own cattlo dowu thcro and sold thom? Some ono hns flgurcd out that tho amount of liquor mado nnd importcd into tho Unitcd States in 1882 would fi...

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. — 4 November 1885

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOU11NAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1885. 3 Ycnrnini? for tho Eutl. Ilreathe soft nnd low, ( whlsperlng wlnd, Abovo tlie tanglcd grassc dccp, Whoro tlioso who loved me long ngo Korgot tho wurlil nnd foll asleep, No toworlng shaft, or sculpturcd urn, ()r tnnusoleum's oinpty prldo Tell to the curlous passcr by Their vlrtues, or tlio llino thoy dlod. Icount tho old, famlllar nnmes, O'ergrown wltli moss nnd llclien gray, Whoro taugled brlor nnd creeplng vlno Across tho crumbllngtablots strny. The summer aky l softlybluoj The blrda atlll slng tho s'wcct, Id straln Hut somcthlng from tho antnmer tlmo Is gono that wlll not como agaln. So many volccs havo boen hushed, So many songs have ceased for nyo, So many hnnds I used to touch Are foldod over heatta ot clay. Tho nolsy world recedos from moi I chase to liear Its pralse or blamo The mossy marblea echo hack No hollow aound of cmpty fiuno. I only know that, calm nnd atlll, They aleep bcyond llfe'a woo and wall, Be...

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. — 4 November 1885

4 VERMONT AVATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, AVEDNESDAYj NOVEMBER 4, 1885. Mttttljntmt $0,urmtl, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBEU 4,18,85. TEnMS 52.00 pcr ycnr, ttrlctljr In nilvance) or flM t not pAitl within tlirco montki. Fncts io lio Ilcmcmbcrcd. In a mnstcrly nddrcss on nntlonnl is sucs at Pctersburg, Virglnia, lnst wcck, Sonator Shonnnn cltcctually disposcd of tho fnllncy, somowhat prcvalcut at lio prcscnt timo, that tlioro is prnc tlcally little dlffcrcnco bctwccn the two great partlca of tho country in rcspcct to principles and pollclcs. IIo said vcry truly that tho dcmocratic party proposca nothing, it doos nothing, nnd is nothing oxcopt an encumbrnnco on tho national lifo of our country. It is wcll not to forgot tho past achiovcmonts of tho rcpublican party. During tho twcnty-four ycars of its control of tho national govornmcnt, it crushcd tho grcatcst rcbcllion of mod orn timcs; blottcd out tho systom of human slavcry; revlvod our prostratc mauufacturcs by tho policy of protec tion; addod...

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. — 4 November 1885

VERMONT AYATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1885. Oencrnl Tcnn of Suprcmo Court. Tlio cases hoard ntnco our laat report nro tho habeas eorjms cnso from Middlebury, tn rc WUMnm II. Snelli A. 1 Pond vs. W. II. Stllcs nnd Luther Barkor, from franklin county: L. A. Lymnn, ndmtnistrutor vs. Contrnl Vermont Hnllrond; tlio cross Biilt of .Toscph Rattoll vs. John Matot, and Matot vs. Dattcll, from Addison countyj and Con tral Vermont ltallway v. Town of Royal ton. Tlio caso of Hittland Hnllro.nl vs. Clom onts, Mcad and Havon Is now being argucd, and wlll probably occupy two days. Thursday afternoon, on tlio coinlng In of tlio court, on motton of Colonol Wnlkor of Rutland, Cliorles M. Honnettnnd Walter A. Dutton of Montpelier, Frnnk 0. Fnrtrldgo and T. W. Malonoy of Hutland and Ftillor C. Smltli of Vorgonncs wero adtulttcd and sworn ln ns attornoys of tlio conrtB of Ver mont. Tho committco reported tliat II. W. Lovo liad rcaclied tlio rc(iulrcd nvor ngo in tlio oxamlnntion;...

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. — 4 November 1885

G VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, AYEDNESDAT, NOVEMBER 4, 1885. Tho Drcnialand Sliccp. When, tosslng on your resticss bed, You cannot fall aslcep, Just rosolutely cloao your eyes Seo a fletd-patli boforo you rlso, And call tlie dreamtaud shcep. They como, tlioy como, a hurrylng crowd , Swltt boundlngono by one; Thoy reacli tho wall ln oager cliaao) Tho leader flndi tho lowcst place Thoy cross, and on thcy rtih, Oht many tlmos 011 stccplcss nlghts I watch the endlcss tlirong, Thelr protty lieads, tliolr woolly backs As crowdltig ln oach other's tracks Tlioy press and taco along, At tho wnll-gap, each plants Ita foot On ono atono standlng stlll Makes lts amall lcap llko thoso bcfore, Then wlth Ita lnatea, acoro nftcr scuro, Goes scamperlng down lilll. I try to count tliom, but cach tlmo Lose reckonlng at tho wall. They como from where tho gray tnlata blond ln mlat they vanlali at the end, Wlth far, falnt bleat and call. Olldrop the day-tlme cares. Away Tlio nervoua fanclcs fallj...

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. — 4 November 1885

M. M. KNIGHT'S DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT Stowe Street, Waterbury, Vermont. "VVc liavc o now onc of tlic largcst assortments of Dress Goods eyer offorod in this scction, comprising all the New and Dcsirablc Fabrics of Lncots, Sergcs, Satm Burbcrs, Invernoss Clotli-braidcd llobos, Homespuns, &c, &c, togetlior with a fino line of Braids, Wool Laces, BARGAINS IN BLACK AND COLORED DRESS SILKS! We are now selling- our $2.00 Silk at $1.75, and otlier gracles in proportion. OUR CLOAK DEPARTMENT is UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE this SEASON, As we have on exhibition one of the largest stocks of Ladies', Misses' and Ohildron's Outside Garments to be found in Nortlicrn Vermont. A VEEY FULL LINE OF LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR, Including the Celebrated Bennington Goods. Look at our Ladies' Merino Undervests at 50 cents. wttui How Girls Mny Ifclp. I havo just a fow rcmarks to makc in regard to thc work of the Woman's Christian Tcmpcranco Union and how we girls may aid in it. I think it ...

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. — 4 November 1885

8 VERMONT WATCHBIAN & STATE JOXJRNAL, AVEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1885. 0ONT1NUKD FKOM FIFTIl popular inau In town. Tlm Htudonts of tlio acmlomy suppottod l'riticlpal 1'utnoy. nnd clalmcd thnt tlioy woro dufraudod of tlio lionor tliat bolongoil to 1dm. Tho crnzy qullt was jrivoii to Governor l'lnfrroo. Gon oral Jjoenn chargcd notlilnp; for liis addross. For tlio convonlonco of sookltig conf?ross mon tlio post-ofllco dopattmont lios preparod a 11st of postmastors wlioso tortns oxplro lo twoon Dccemliur 1 and Septombor 1, noxt yoar, and tlio Vermont ofllcos lnclndod aro Jlollows Falls, Fobruary 17 j llrattlolioro, Docomucr 20; Nowport, Aiigiist 7; Poult ney, Doccmbor 10, and Windsor, Kobruary 20. Thk sovoro ralns of Jlonday undormlned a culvort on tlio llrattloboro & Wliltohall rallroad. about lialf a mllo north of Towns ond stiitfon. Tlio mlxed traln loavliig South Londonderry at lialf-past twolvo reaclied thoro about threo o'clock, and ran lnto It, probably fatally itijurlng Eng...

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. — 11 November 1885

WlE01tt BY D. AV. DIXON. MONTPELIER, VT., AVEDNESDAY, NOYEMBER 11, 1885 VOL. 81.-4:126. NO. 5. Mntcljwmt $0.urmtl WEDNESDAY, NOVEMDEll 11, 1883. Uitslncss Notlccs. Afteh tho tlicator drop in to tho Cnpltnl Cnfo and got a lunch. Tako hoiiio flno con foctloncry liomo for thoso who dld not como. Opposito tho Goldon Flccce. C. W. Locklln, propriotor. Wanted A sltuatlon by a Oorman glrl In a prlvnto famlly. Addross F. S., Box 458, MontpoHor, Vt. Ik yon waut to savo mouoy or got n pro scrlptlon put up correctly, call on F. H. Willard at Ira G. Uascom's drugstoro. Wantkd A compotont glrl to ilo genornl housework ln a fainlly of two. Inqulro at Dr. II. C. Brlgham's ofllco. Tiik Old l'urltau, Tea Company offers cliolco promiums to thoso forwnrdlng or dcrs for thoir stnudard ilnc toas and coffecs. Tiiosk Cainlco extra thlck ball-rubbor boots, whlch aro advortisod on tho tlilrd pago of thls papor and all over New Eng land, nro for salo by J, 0. Grlggs, Waterbury. IIaik Vine stlinulates tho lia...

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. — 11 November 1885

2 VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOU11NAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1885. jgrmilitmtl, T. H. HOSKINS, M. D., Editor, Newport. Vermont. A ?'ow 1'lnn for Kccping' Applcs. Solomon W. Jowett (of " Shoplionl's Homo, Vt.") sciuls us a mcthotl (which wo lmvo alrcatly sccu lu prlnt) for prosorvltig wiutcr npplcs by pnck ing tliom in flne coal-nslics. So packctl, ho statcs, thoy may bo kept sound and frcsh for two winlcrs, " cxposetl to all wcathors." Tliis, if truo, is moro a mattcr of curiosily tliau of practical im portanco. Our bcst kcoping npplcs cau bo kcpt untll Btrawbcrrics arc r'pc, and that is long cuough. Canncd applcs cau bo kcpt indcllnitcly, aud it would bo lcss troublo to cau tbcm than to pack thcm as adviscd, bcsidcs bcing moro couvcnlcntly storcdand bandlcd. Any way of storlug applcs which maintains a low and cvcn tcmpcraturc cnsurcs long kccping, and cold storagc, by Iho uso of ico or othcrwisc, will kccp carly applcs, pcars and olhcr pcrishablc fruit iudefinitcly. In cxccptio...

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. — 11 November 1885

VERMONT AVATCHMAN & STATB JOU11NAL, AVEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1885. 3 To-SIglit. " Itesperus bringt nllthtngt back That the davtighl mmle ut tact."Sappho, llend low, U ilusky nlglit, Alul givo my aplrlt rcst, llold mu to your dcep breaat, Aml imt old cnrea t lllght. (llvo bnek tlio Inat ileHnlit Tlmt onco my aoul ptnaeat, Wlicu lovo wna lovllcst. llond low, O ditsky nlghtl Knfold mo ln your nnna Tlio aolo einbrneo I cravo Unlll tlio embrnclng grnvo Shlold mo froin llfo'a nlnrina. 1 daro your aubtleat cliarnni Your ilcopfit apcll I bravo. O, atrong to ly or aave, ' Knfold mo ln your nrmal louise Vhantller Moutton, in llarper's itagatint, l'cnsiuiis Grnulcil. To John Joromo, Northfield, dc ceasctl (payablo to his widow, Xcttio Jcronio), 821 a month nnd 2.510 nr rcnra; Onptaln AV. J. UuttcrfluHl, East Corinth, nn incrcaso from S10 to 820 a month ntul $1,32.) arrcars; Hichard J. Doylng, "Wolcott, 81 a month and 8144 arrcars; Sanford II. Kcnt, Northfield, S4 a month from Mnreh 19th, 1...

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. — 11 November 1885

4 VERMONT AYATCHMAjSt & STATJE J OUItNAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1885. WKDNKSDAY, NOVKMHEU 11, 1885. TsnMS JJJ.00 pcr jear, ntrlctly ln iulfnticei or f2.t0 lf not ald Tvlthln threo rnontUn. A Yltnl Issuc. In nn nrtlclo ou tho suftrago issuo, tho Boston Travelkr says: " Tho re publicnn pnrty 1ms undcrtnkon to right a grcat wrong. It 1ms put its haud to tho plow, antl thcro will bo no looking back. It nlso asks tho support of all who bcliovo in an honcst suffrngo, but It wants to flght no morc battlcs wlth its rauks disorganizcd by apologists for olection frauds aud ballot-box corrup tlon. Tho prcscnt is a good timo for this to bo imdcrstood." Wo havo insistcd tlmt this is a moro iraportant issuo to tho country tlmn'tho qucstion of fllling tho minor positions in tho civll scrvico. Tho dcmocratic party hns made it so. Tho gross aud palpablo frauds by which tho dcmocrats of Cincinnati cloctcd four scnators nnd ten rcprcsontativcs, ou tho faco of tho rcturns, shows that tho suffrago...

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. — 11 November 1885

VERMONT WATOitMAN & STATE JOU11NAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 188&. my clilltl, Is your flubscrlptlon ncnrly mndo upv" iiiinoi: "un, ycs, pnpal Almost. AI1 1 noed from you Is nlnot.y-olghtcents." An oxchango spoaks of tlio " vltnllty of frogs." Wo know Bomothtng nbout tlils, Wo heard a slngcr iwonty years ago. Ho had n frog ln lils tliront. Wo hcnrd hlm ngaln last weok. Tllo frog wns stlll nllvo. Muslclans say tlils ls not at all unttsual. 1'iick. Thomas James, colorcd, rosldlng noar Galnosvlllo, Florlda, lias a fatnlly of flfty four chlldrcn, thlrty.thrco of tlioin belng now at liomo wlth tholr fathor. Ho has lmd throo wlvcs, and tlio threo woro all llvlng at ono tlmo. Only ono of thom ls now llvlnjj, nnd sho claltns nlnotcon of tlio chlldron. At tlio ond of a fnvorablo crltlclsm of a now tonor ln a Loudon papor appcarcd thls nstonlshlng announcoiiiont: " IIo wns son tencott to llvo yenrs' pcnat Borvltudo, so tliat soclety wlll for Bomo tlmo bo freed from tlio lufllctlou of h...

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. — 11 November 1885

G VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUIINAL, AVEDNESDAt, NOVEMBER 11, 1885. Ucnicnibcrnil Itnln. Tlio rnln ls tho toars of tlio past Shnwcra that rcfrcsh nnil rcncw. Ilo inlil tn licr: " 1 thuuglit tho world A mazo without h clow; llut tho puzzlo was solvcd. I fouml nt last Trntli mlrrored ln ono drop of ilow. Yonrtonr nf grlcfbcJcMcllod thttlcnf Of my llfu, nnd totd 1110 truo Thnt doiilit would dlo nuil ilroail ily post If I might bnt coinfort yout" Tlio rnln ls thotears of tlio past. In niemory tremble flliow Thnso wnverlng llnes of watory llght 'JIlil wlilcli tlio sprlng.tlmo growj Whllo meltlng snows nnd vnulshed wocs Together took tliclr lllght, Aud tho foldcil llnwcr, with inlst Impearled, lllooincd lu ii slnglo night. Blie aald to lilini " I.lko raln, tlio yoars Havo swcpt nway our aorrow. Tlio ycara Imvo passcd, tlio ralu Is gouo; Knrtll laiighs llko n waklng rlillil That seos lu overy breaklng dawn The liopo of a siinny innrrow. How ofteu through remeinhered toars Our fulrcst h...

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