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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 5 September 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN &t STATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1883. Nortlillcld. Thb lastTpportPd nddltlon to tlio populatlou is ln tho famlly of Jjlin C. Davls, last week. Commonion snrvlces were held nt tlie Con grpgntlonnl and Eplscopatchurchpslnst Sunday. Taxkb miist bn pnld thla month to sccurotho dlscoutit. F. W. Wrlght collccts tho town tnxpa nnd F, A. rreston tho Tlllngo nnd grnded gcliool tnxos. Thero wlll be no Btnto tnx thls year Two of tlio horses ln clmrgo of Seth Janca nre entered for tho mces at tho stato fair at Burlington next wepk, " Snrprlse" nnd " Jen nl I) " Tho tatter ln I)r. Divla' bny mnroand ls snld ,io bo very promlslng. Tiik band gave nnothsr concert on tho com mon Friday ovenlng, Tho sklll which comes only wlth natural rausical tnste nnd wlth ptnc tlce Is oxhlblted ln thelr performnnces, whlch are tnnch enjoyed by out people. Tiik 0 Id Fellowa' plcnlc waa hold at tho camp ground last Ktlday, rb ndvcrtlsed, The Northfield band waa ln attendanro, ghott B...

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. — 5 September 1883

G VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUJRNAI,, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1883. KKMOION. Kellglon ll no leaf of faded green, Or flower of vanlshed f ragrancc, pressed between Tne pages of a lllblei but froni seeds Of love lt sprtngeth, watered by good deeds. Hor Fallli-Ciirc. Thfl day has beoti old and fretful, bnt Mra. Ferria, sltting qnietly by her fire sldp, travo only a passing thonjrht to the oheTlPRS weather. Sho had placed a hrtfn lantern in the poroh, which aent ita flood of encnuraging llirht no moro than a couple o rods info the fng, as she waa wont o do evory night of tho ypar. This light had gulded many a wayfarer along the black, treachnroua road, 'just an the beacnn on Captain's Island lmd kindly flemd many a storm-bound vessel off tho rookv cnnst. Mra. Fmls was always throwing light Upon flome one's pathway. She was an bravo and tender-boarted, ao unsplfih nnd wlsply observant, that I supposeRhe conld not hflp doing good every day of her life. Even when she established horsel...

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. — 5 September 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1883. 7 B1X MTTMS MAI11KNS. X'll tell you story, l'll nlng yon ft nong, It'i notrery hott and lt' ret vcry long, Of nlx little maMeim i In white Ihey wcre droMed, And e&oh w the sweetet and e iich wa llie beet. Invltcd for fottr-wcll, now, let me seei Waltlng was dtifl, o they not there at lliree, Thero were little Miss Katle and Nelllo nnd Buo, And llttlo MlM llesnie aml Polly and l'rue. II mlgtit have been June, lt lt hadn't tieen May, The II ret of the inontli, and a beautlful day They kused when they mct, rj the ladlcs all ito Katc, Susle, and N'ell) Uuu, l'olly, and l'nie. They danccd and they sklpped nnd they sang and they played, And they formrd pretty groups ln the sim and the hade And as I mtl, when they aeked me of which I was fond, "Btuncttes ate the dearest, and o are the blonde." And that night, aa I bade tliem adleu at the gate, Bett, folly, and l'tuo, and Kue, Xellle, and Kate, How I wlsh.J that "good...

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. — 5 September 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE jdlJRNAX,, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1883. s Weelcly News Summary. Vermont. A Grand Ahmv post has rccontly bcen or canlzed ln Huntington, Thfrr nte ln Arlington twonty-olgbt per oni ovor elghty yenrs old. A Plymouth rorrespondent nserts thnt thero Is n raoonshlner'g dlstlllery near Tyson Fur uace. Foohtkrn hundred boxos ef spavln cure from Enosburgh Falla wore ghlppcd at St. Al bans ln one day forChlcngo. R. II Scott, fnrmerly of Swanton, but now Ol Alburgh, lna fl'ed a petltlon ln Insolvoncy. .Uabllltles fiom 825,000 to 830,000. Thb Ccntral Vormont Imported nlnety-one Sarloads, or 1 134 tons, o( locomotive coal from Cnnada durlng the month ot Angust. Rutland and Whlteball are now ln tele phonlc cnmniunlCAtlon, tlio llne hnvlng bcen conipleted and connectlons mado Saturday. Tiik Brandon Llme and Marble Compnny nre now rnnnlng botb kllns, turnlng out some oa hundred and fltty barrels ot llme a day. Thb truetees o( Bennington bave ordered the bars and saloon...

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. — 12 September 1883

BY W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1883. VOIi. 78. 1013. NO. 18. jtgitfclnmm t onrmiL WEDNESDAY, SEl'TEMHEU 12. 1883. Locnl Items. Go to A. T. Strnw & Co.'g, Waterbury, for new furnlture. Rkad Uie advertlsoment ot tlio Nantasket Roller Skato Co., ot Lowell, Mass., In another columu, Wanted A capable woman to do honse work In a small famlly. Call at thls ofllce for inforniatlon. Exfukss chargog pald one way on 11118 ot 83 OOand over at Lewando's Frenck dye houae, 17 Teiuple Place, Boaton, U. S. A. A. T. Stbaw & Co Waterbury, furnlsbed the new boardlng-house at Waterbury Center and have a little furnlture left for other cns tomers. Lakok llne ot underwear, corsets, wool yarns, cloaks and seasonable dress goods, just re celved at J. G. Morrlson & Co.'s, State street itoro. Look at thelr llno ot ladles dress flannels and the undorvest tbey are selllng at fifty cents. CnAMiiER sets, lounges, tables, chaira, and a lull llne and good aaaortment ot furn...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 12 September 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAI,, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMRER 12, 1883. JfQriculhtrnL T. II. IIOSKINS, Newport, Vt., Kdltor. HKl'TKAIIIKItt Tho goldcn rod ln yellow, Tlio corn Is liirnlnn brown , The treea ln apple orchards With frult are bendlng down, Tbe gcntlan's bluest frlnges ArecurHngtothesttn, ln diuky pods tlio inllkweod lls hlddcn sllk haa npun. Tho r.edges flaunt tlielr harvtst ln every mcadow nook, And asters by the brookslde Make aslers ln the brook. lly all these lovely token September days aro here, With summeir's bert of wealth, And autumn'a best of cheer. llouttholi, Hnslcnlug tlio Frult. D. T. Averill, Northfield, Vt., writea : " I would like to know if any means can bo naed whereby slow-boaring applo trees can bo mado to 1 hurry up." I havo a dozen and a balf Ilhode Island Greonings and Northem Spys which are old enough and large enough to bear a barrel each, but whioh havo nerer borno au applo or ehown a blossom. It is posslble orchard iats may havo loarnod of some...

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. — 12 September 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUItNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1883. 11T MOTHKIt'S HYMN. Ltke patleot nnlnt of olden llme, With lovely face almost iltvlne 80 good, so beautlfut iind fair, Her very altltudo a prayer t heard her slng so low and aweeti " Ille lovlng klndness, O how great I" Turnlng, beheld the salnlly face, Bo full o( trust and patlent grace. " Ho Jiidtly clalms a song from me! Hls lovlng klndness, 0 howfreej" Hweetly thns did run llie song, "1119 lovlng klndness," all ilay long, Trustlng, raldne, day by day, Bhe sang the sweetest ronndelay t " He near my soul hath alwayit stood, Hls lovlng klnduess, 0 how goodl" " lle safely leads my soul along, lll lovlng klndness, 0 how atrong I' " So atrong to le.ul her on tlie way To tliat ct'rnal, better day, Where safe at last ln tliat West liome, AH caro and wearlness are Rone, Bhe ' stngs wlth rapture aud surprlse 111 lorlng klndness ln the sktes. Presbyttrian, ' " Courlsliljt Is I'robntlon." There are sorae good wordi that h...

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. — 12 September 1883

4 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1883. tL$nhhmm & $otmnl, WKDNKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1883. Tliws-tf.OO per yeM, ntrlcUy In mlTlincoi or H.50 If not pMd withln three monUii. Tiik tax reported by tho Pasaumpsio railway, lo whicli reforenoo is made in thia colamn, is, wo uuderstand, on a baais of 2,405 of Br08S earninga to a milo and on ono hundred and ten milea of roadway. Tiie Manchestor Union (demoorat) is inolined to tho beliof that tho Waterbury American is pretty near right when it oays : " Garfield once oalled Dana a liar. Tho man thns attaoked was tho oditor of ono of tho strongeat and most widely cironlated papors in this conntry. IIo thorofore had abundant means. of aelf- defense. Garfield took no advantage of his enemy. Garfield has slnco died. Dana has tried to get eatisfaction over aince by defaming Garfleld's charaoter. Oa Wednesday ho said, Garfield was a rotton man, corrupt and venal.' Dana is a coward." So say all men of candor and dc...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 12 September 1883

(VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNA1L, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1883. 5 Northfield. 1'KOrLK !n tbta town don't seem to apprecl t the convenlence ot the new poetal notes, only threo bolng gold lnst weok. FbAHK Hoihwon, who bas been wlth II. K. Slnyton nt Montpelier, Is now In the employ of G. II. Richmond as travollng salosman. BcrtsomrTlONS to tho ftmd for repnlring tho Center churcli nmount to over 8200. Tho sorvlces thero contlnuo to bo Interestlng nnd well nttendod. Sbtii Jones Is nt Burlington thls week to dtlvo "Jennlo D." nnd " Surprlso," the formor belng entered In tho thlrtyilve and tho latter ln tho lortyflvo clnss. Judcir Cari-kntkr'b health Is very rauch Improvod. IIo gpent n few days ln Burlington recently nnd 1ms drlven to Montpelier gevernl tlmon. llo is now nblo to nttend to business na usual, E. F. Dkkhino gooa to Boston noxt week to enter the employ of Edwatd Chapln, produco dcator. Hla many filends wlll regrot his dc partnto nnd wlsli hlm success In his new po it...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 12 September 1883

0 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAk, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1883. I8C1IIA. The tall treoa, deckod wllh flutterlng lcavee, atand rtcn1y Small blrdn, eecure on every wavlnj? bongh, Tw carelea eongs, whl'e nature m Jet ierenely Joy (ru, and Joy la now, Yet onr fir earth, wlth vaat, Internal naaaton, 8bowed curbed Impatlence Iti one ew Itt-drawn algh, And Itchla'a chlldren (ell tn Rhaatly faahlon, Unibrlved, to moan and dle 1 We winder on,our wajr now brlght. now woeaome, Wlth banda outatretcbed to reachjfhfi life to be) Ab,beaven, we may not truat our mother'a boaotn, Ilut mu8t, for aye, ttut thee I "Our Joo5 A Tnlo of tho West Itliltntr. IN FOUU CHAI'TEIIS. OIIAl'TKH I. " Our tltnes aro In hls hand Who saltk, A wliole I plannod ; Youlh skows but half; trust God, See atl, nor bo afrald." Arnold. Dftijamin Brierley w8 a self-tnado niade, and prided himaelf upon the cir autnstance. " I warn't born wi' a sllver ppoon 1' my month. When I were a lad, I selled papera i' Bradford Market,...

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. — 12 September 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMRER 12, 1883. 7 tgotj hiMm. HOMK l'UNNY FIIUIT. Wfty down la the orchard there stand an old tree, Aicrooliedan " npplo" aseveryou'd aeo Buch buda aa It puts fmlh In btlght, early sprtng, And mtch frult as lts b!oomlng promlacii brtngl Well, benealu thla old apple tree ono aunny ilny A grandpa, with pnper and brlar-plpo lay( When, on looklng above, lol what dtd lie ce Way np on a brancli of thla very old trte? Wby, a dcatlet atrlped atocVlng, onellttle bronzo boot, And ho knew ry well trccs ne'cr bore such queer frult Abovo them a pettlcoal'a white ruffla gleaincil JJot at all llke an apple uce all tlilii slght seomed I " What'a thls?" exclatmcd grandpa, "nstrange ilght tndced, I'd very nuich llke to secute llie raro aeedi Why, 1 belleve I beliold a ' round plrpln np Ihere It' elthcr a. plppln or golden btlght halr I " And R rooycheckod ' Spltaonberg ' Ihere too I eo, Or a very red, fluthtng faco too It may be. And 1 Kusaela ' ...

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. — 12 September 1883

8 VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1883. Weekly News Summary. Vcrmoiit. " Pink-kyk" Is cteatlng consldoraWe exclto mentAmoDg tho owneta of horses at North Pownal. Thb nnmbr of students onrollcd for tlto fall lerm at St. Johnsbury ncftdouiy Is about thtoo hundred. Javes Gkp.main foll betweon a movln? trnln aud tlio plntform at Brandon, and euff ored a sevcro FqtieezlriK. At Granville, a younR man nnmed Francls, wlille foollnu wlth an old-fashloned horso pls tol, hnd hls hand blown off. A oahloau of flnfl rams waa shlpped frora Middlebury to TopfVa, Kansas, August 31 to be exhlbltod at tlie Kansas stato fair. Tnn thlrty-nlnth annnal fair of tho Addison oonnty BRrlcultnral soclety camo tn a close.tho Btb, after a most snccossful oxhlbitlon. BAtiton belleves ln cnllectlug tlie taxes throngh tho town treasnrfir, slncs that ofllclal has gathered ln all but 8189 of thls year'g taxes. At the Passnmp'lo road's meotlnz at New port, the old board of dlrertors and ...

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. — 19 September 1883

u Itrfmimt BY W. W. PK.lTJDtt'"" MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1883. VOJm 78. 1011. NO. 4?). hikhmm & 3fourmil WEDNESDAY, SBI'TEMHBIt 10, 1883. Locnl Itcins. New goods thls woek at L. I'. Gleason & Co.'s. Thk best raorlno undor vest over sold for fllty cents, may be found at L. 1. Olonson it Co.'b. Wantbd A glrl to do genornl liousework In a small fnmlly. Addtcss, Box 515, Montpollor PoBt-odlce. Wanted A capablo worann to do honse work In a small fnmlly. Call at thls ofllce for lnformatlon. L. P. Gleahon & Co. havo just opened a easo ot ladles' gossamer watetproofs, whlch tbey wlU boII at 81.25 each. L. P. Gleason & Co. bave just recelved two cases of good datlc prints whicb tlioy wlll eell at five cents per yard. Carl BimaEsa, the prlnce of mlnstrela, la wlth Leavltt's company whlch glvea an enter talnment at Capltal Hall Satuiday night. II. C. AVkbstick makea hls prollniinary nn nouQcement for tbe fall trade on our second page, and tlie nttention of our...

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. — 19 September 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1SS3. T. II. IIOSKINS, Newport, Vt., J1"5 AFTKH Tllli ItAltVKST. Tn o acjtbe 1 rnntlng In tlie trw, Tlio rifte lies brokcn on the glada i The mower, In a reverle, ls atretchcd at ctite wlthln the ihade. A goodly man the mower l, yith alnewa tongh ns tnMcd rorts A form of nmnly graco In liU, A hcad a trcnchant as a rou'h, X man of thoiulit i llie harvet o'or, Ita lieataml trluinphf lett beblml, IIo reatn, and ulvcs hlinaolf once Inoro To rileanurea of the lioart aml lnlinl. Such plcasuren I AU tlio Blorlou" aktoa Thelr happy ileept, thclr llnea, llielr forms That float aie wonders to hla eyea i He Rlorlo lo tlielr flrcs antl atornu. Tho (weet green earth lie dim most fair j IIo knowa her mjod of eae and toll ! Ile walks abro.nl, and everywhere Sees bleaslngs tptlnglng from the aoll. The woods and paptures, near and far, To hlm thelr secreta yleld i he knows The hy ipot where the berrios are, The corner nhere the sweet 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. — 19 September 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOTJRLVAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1883. 3 lehtt inticiUiwj. For the Vermont Watchman. HUMMttH. O, glorlon" Is Ihe suminer time, When skles areclear and blue, When lilll and plaln "d lel't ani glen Are clil In verduro ncwj Whei wateiasparkleln llie sun, llejolclng to be fiee, And every brook, In glalo or nook, Is ripiillng Joyously. Tho song of blrda ls sweet ftml clenr, Their fllght In swlft nnil hlgh j 'Ihlldst leavr-s so green their nesta are seen. Walclioil o'er 110 falthtully. The liiun of bees on btisy wlng Comes on Ihe snnmier alr, And through tho trees tbe welcome breeze J uxt stlis tbe leaves so fair. Tbe cool green grass, the rocky glen, Tbe mountaln In Itn prlde, The noble stream wbosa waters gleaoi In ceaseless, rushlng tlde, AH tliee, wlth flowers of every bne, Ulve pleasure to tbe eye, And aummer ttne ls In Its prlme Wblle dajs gllde swlftly by. Who glves in theso thlngs to enjoy ? Wbo glves tbe sun to shlne ? Who clothes the land on ever...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 19 September 1883

4 VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1883. it$ntchmm & attrifHi WKDNESDAY, SRPTKMBER 10, 1883. Tirmj-JJ.OO rier year, itrlctlr In advancoi or $3.50 lf not nald wlthln thrco monlhi. It ia whiapered that souiothlng besides tbo mauual of arms and big pumpkins waa discussed nt tbo mustor and the stato fair, lt is binted tbat political tactics wera studied, as well as inilitary, tbat tho cbances of candidatcs, as well aa horses, to win races wero canvassed. In ferentially the concluslon 1s roacbed tbat tho political slato for next year haa been mado up. Later on the people may take a hand in tho political gamo and possibly tbey may hold the little joker. No Itcslstnnco. Some of our contemporatics, agricultu ral and otherwise, have been wistfully looking to see the tax commlssloner at about thia timo briug a lot of delinquent corporationa into court to sbow cauao why they should not pay tbo tax ossessed upon them by tbo legislature at ita late Bession. Wo...

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. — 19 September 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURWAI,, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1883. 5 Northfield. Lawykhs, jurymen nnd qiilto a nnmber of t Itnossea went to Montpollor yesterday to at Und county coutt. OAtKN C. Maxham has sold hls plnco nt tho Center to Sylvoster Spaldlng of Roxbury, who ls to tako possesBloa soon, GltoitOK M. Fisk, Ko,., wlillo ongKed In tho umisual occupatlon of f pllttltiK wood last Sat ntdav, cut hls foot qulte aeverely, but ls nblo to rlde about. SociAnws nro to licld by tho Methodist and Congrr-ijntlonal societles nt tliolr respectlvo churches on Weduesdny nltornoon nnd cven Ing of thls week. 0 H. Andhkws Is cnrrlng potatoes. He shlppcd three carloads lat ntek, paylng tlilr-ty-ilvo centa fot most ot thcm, but guyg he (hall havo to drop tho prlce a little Niiaiiia- S-100 liH9 boon mlscd for tho ro palrs of the chtirch nt tho Contor, Tho pro poscd lmprovcmonts nro new shluKlea, cliip bonrdx, palnt nnd bllnda. Tho work ls belng done by rosldenta o( tho Centot vlllago. Watku W...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 19 September 1883

G VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURNAI WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1883. For the Vermont Watchman, TIIK SKKKINCI SAVIOIl. CHANOED BT BEV. K, HAR110X. Klnner, foolsore, we ak and weary, Threarilng pathways dsrk and drenry, Knowest Uiou iiot that Chrlt can clieer thee, Waltstotake thy hand? Me wonld ever wslk beslde thee, And where harm can ne'cr betlde thee, In the way of llfa wonld gulde thee, Out thls desert land. Tliough In darkneas groplng, fearlng, Bf ost thou not the skles are clesrlng ? Lo, (he thorn-plerced one appearlng, Dnrdened soul for thee. l.lke the sweeteit muslc steallng, Comes bls klndly voice appeallng, " Slnner, liere li balm of heallng, Why not come to nie ?" lt thoti heed tlie voice so tender, And thyself to hlm surrender, )Ie wlll prove tby ttrong defender, Hafe to lead thee on, Ceaie then now thy hearl's rebelllng, And to blm tby sorrows telllng, Lct the storm wlthln thee swelling, At his rotce be gone. What If many cares are hlndlng, Many soaldlng tear-drops bltn...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 19 September 1883

. D. These goods are of various makes, tasteful in designs, ancl all of the higkcst quality of material ancl Special attention is called to tlie Htjb Raistge and the Hub Heater, and also to the celebrated Bismarck and the Gold Com Cook Stoyes. Wooclen and CALL .AJNX t l'KKSKVKKANUH. Dear folly, theso aro Joyful dajs, Your fect can chooo llielr own sweet ways: Tou have no care of anythtug. Free M a swallow on the wlng, Tou hunt the hay-fleld over To flnd a four-leaved dover, llut tbta I tell you, l'olly dear, One thlng ln llfe you ncei not fear i Baclluck, 1'm cettaln, never hannti A chlld who works for what she wants, And bnnts a liayfleld over To flnd a f our-leaved clover I Tho little leaf ls not no wlo As lt may icein ln foollsh eye j llut tlien, dear l'olly, don't you see, Slnce you were wllllng caref ully To lmnt the liay-fleld over, joii found your four-leaved dover, Tour ratlence may have long to walt, Whetber In little things or greatj llut all good luck, you soon will learn...

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. — 19 September 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1883. "Weekly News Summary. Vermont. Lyndonville expect9 to have n bank by Jftnunry lst. TiiRllfthllltles of K. II. Scott of Alburg are about 830.000. A rnKNCii newnpaper at Johnsbury la the latest proposltlon. Thfhr nrn twentY-flx dti'dfntn frora tbls itato In the frflinian clans at Dattmoutli. Tnn fescnner fhtk thnro wns any amonnt of drunkennm at thn Franklin county fair. JamkrO. Woonnf rawlfttbns wlthln thn pist our wpokfl hnt wlth a rlfle 130 woodchuck". A NoitTii CnnsTKH man hnn diie a potato whlcti we'chs two pounds and nevon otinccs. Tnp.v Pxppct to fnrnlsh board at th Middle bury collego boardlng house for 81.78 per week. An nttempt la belnp mndn to orginlze and auntnln n Grand Army of tho Kopubllc post at 8t. Albatn. Mkad & KlMnALL of Wpt Randolph nld a red-pnllpd hnlfer calf recently for 8200. It gon to Mtnnrsota. TlonLlNOTON ha 039 pnbllo schnnl ix'hnlnrp, wlth an avpwcA attnndnnre of 913. Tbla la a lare...

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