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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 18 November 1874

L 0 GAL NJ'JWS. ttaFThcpricc of tho Spirit of TrtE Acir, is One Eollar and Fifty Cents a year to Mail Snbscribers, and $1,75 to Village Subscribers tervsa o.y meuarricr. ij not pam in aavance 50 cents extra will be charged in each case OJJlce Subscribers same as ilail Subsertlers, The Aycwill be sent to any address fromdatc until Jamiary lst, loiO, up on rcceipt ol,50. Woodstock. Tlm villacro sobools close Fri- cj day of this week, TJianlcsrivin tho 2Gth inst. So siivs Prcsident Grant and Governor Peck. Takc bigrations and rover ence tho mnmory of the Pilgiiin Fath ers. Tho woatlier is charminir. Wo writc thia with the windows open, and the sun shiiting bi'ig-M. Tho ground is veiy dry and cisterns and wells are low. Last wcek we had a cold spell, and the Quechee was frozen clear ncross in many nlnces, but this was owing tv) the feebleness of tho eur vont. "Al." Ilazzard, who stole that suit of clothes from Mr. Danion's Shop is ont affiiin, tho bail haviufir becn cut down from $.00 t...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 18 November 1874

the iiiTiinit side. li jonif w. cninwicK. Cllmbing tlio mountain'a Bhaggy crost, I wondorod liraxh what aight wonld greot My oagor gazo whono'or my faot Upon tho topmoat lioightBliouM roat. Tho hithcr sido waa all unkuown j But aa I elowly tollcd along, Swootor to mo thau any eong My drcam of visions to bo Bhowu. Moanwhlto tbo monntniu tdiraba diatillod Thoir Bneotnoss all along my;way, And tho dolicioua Biinimor day My hoart with rapturo ovorfillcd. Al longtb tbo topmost hoigbt waa gainjd j Tbo iiitbor eido waB full in vlow ; Jly tlroaraa not ono of thom.wau truo, Bnt bettcr far bad I attalnod. For far and wido on oitbor band Tbcro ttrotcUod a valloy broad and fair, With grocnuosa flasbiiig evorywkoro Aple&sant, Btniling, horao-liko land. Who L"hows, I tbougbt, but bo twill provo Upon tliat monntain-top of doath, Whoro wo sliall draw diviuor broath, And sco tho long-loErt fiionda wo lovo ? It may not bo aa wo bavo droamed, Not balf ao awful, ntrango and grand ; A quiot, poacefu...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 25 November 1874

T TIIE PEOPLFS RIGIITSREPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY TIIE UNION A JIDT IIE CONSTITUTION WITIIOUT ANY INFRACTIONS. VOL. 35: NO 3 WOODSTOCK, VT., TONESDAY, NOV. 25, 1874. WIIOLE NO. 1686 is rcuMSKtii) evehv tiiuiwiiay, RY. WILLTAM i. HcMSTEK. Terms $1.50 in ndvauco; aftevthrco months 91.75 i nt tho cnd of tho ycnr, $2,00 Woodstock Business Cards. II E 31 0 Y E 1) . G. W. COLTON, M. D., liaB removed liia ofiico and tcsidouco to tho upper ond of tbo Park two liousoa above tho Methodist Church, whero lio may bo found by tboao in want of hia protasaional Bcrvicos. Special attontion giveu to diseabea of tho Eyo ana isar. unroiuo oisoasos iroaiou succobb fully, Ac. Offlco daya WedncBdaya and Satur- uay auernoons. uja MARSII & SLAYTON, lOouse, Cnri'lugcSlgti anil Oriiunieu- tal l'ainturs. l'articnlar attontion eivon to Pnpor-IIaUKiug and Tintmg Walls and Coiliugs. Tho boet of StocK constantiy on lmnci. Also, 'Averill'). 1'atont C'lieinii-al Jatnt, fitrnislied at loltom prices. ltear Phoonix Bl...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 25 November 1874

8PIKIT 01 THE AGE Wednesday, Nvo. 25, 1874. Thc Deiul Party. A vecapitnlation of States Govcrn- ova nnd Legialatures clect gives tlie luiiuwing louuuui rcsuiis : OOVKHNORS. Dpmocrntie, 20, i'rtn ; i ia - Iiiclepcndent, 2. I.EGISLATUKIJS, Democratic, 21, Republican, 13, Inclcpcndent, 3. Quito a record for a "dead" party to make Evcr b'ihco tho advantago of tlio Rcpnblican party into power and the late nnfortunatc Civil War, the Democratic party has becn callcd "dead." But its spiiit seems to be rising now and it will soou probalile be a live power among us. Donijon's majority for Congrcss in tbo District in all but ono small towrt, 19 reportcd to be 2G9C. Not quite so largo an vo cstimated in our issue of last week. Tlie election of Jolin F. Bailey, Esq., of Windsor by tho Legislature, as Superititeiident oftho States' Pris on, over J. A. Pollard, who lias lield tlie otrico twelvc yeara or morc, cx eites surpriSe all over tho State3. Mr. Pollard, lias wo believe, discbarg ed tbo clut...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 25 November 1874

LOOAL NHWS. iEFThcvrice of the Spibit of the Aaeia OneOMar and WJ Centi a year to Mail Snbscribers, and $1,75 to ViUage Sttbscnbers leroed by theCarrier. Jfnot paid in adeanca M cenn eilra will be charged in each cass OJlce Siibscribers samo as Mail Subscrlbers. Woodstock. Thcro will be serviccs at tlio Con grcgalional Church Thanksgiving day at tho usual hour in tlio furcnoon. Seriuon by tlio Pastor, Rov. Mr. Ilicks. All aro invited to attcnd. Rov. "Adirondack" Murray will givo a lecturo at tbo Town Hall, Tuesday cvpning, l)ec lst. Subjcct ''Poverty." Fatai. AcciDEsr. Ou Tuesday morning as Mrs. Bancroft, wifo of Gco. W. Bancroft, who rosidos in the secondstory of N. Goadale's liouso on Central St., was. going down stairs with bohic clothos in her liand that sho had been washing to liang out in tho shed, sho niissed a step and fell headlong, as it is supposcd, to tho bottom of thc stairs, striking a stick of wood, which laid tho skull baro for several inchcs, producing concussion of...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 25 November 1874

Massnchusotts to LoulsJinim. Sietor ! wo havo longfld to upoalt it t Wo havo yraltcd long to bvo i Wo hnvo ycarnodto upoalt tho wolcomo "Entor bo no raoro a elavo I" Evory toar that foll, wo aw it, As wo bracod to moot tho ohock, Now I Como In tho door ia opon f Sit tlioit koroty Plymouth Itock ! Wo havo ooon thoo all dishovolod, Soeu thob bondwlth trcmbling lip Wbon tho'raoh who ahould havo lorod thoo Itaiscd again tbo brutal wbip, But wo kuow thoir day was corning As wo lmow tbcir day has como : IMug tboir doom LouiBiana I llasB&chusotts drivo thora bomo ! Quoou tbou wort in all tby sorrow j Quoou tbou ebalt bo yot in prido, Many-thronod Cohimbia calls tboo Wboro hor qucons sit side by sido, -And tby rogal robbora aro roady, And tby crown ia on tbo tbrouo, For wo knew our Cindorella Would como baok to claim ber own. Novormoro eball ouo bo drivon To tbo doaeit : novcrmoro Sball tbo cliildrcn of tbo Union On tboir brotbion bar tbo door. Qod bo thankod for lovo grown atrongor : H...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 9 December 1874

TIIE PEOPLE'S IUGHTS REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY TIIE UNION AND TIIE CONSTITUTION WITIIOUT ANY. INFRACTIONS. VOL. 35: NO 5 WOODSTOCK, VT., WEMESDAY, DEO. 9S 1874. WHOLE NO. 1688 is runnsiiKD eveiit munsDAY, II lr WIILLUl I). MeXASTER. Tkhms 91.50 inadr i ico; afterthreomonths 81.75 i at tho cncl ol tho vrar, 5fi,uu Woodstock Business Cards. KEJIO V E I) . G. W. COLTON, m. D., hia rcmoved liia oftico and rosidonco to tho uppor ond of tho Park two housos above tho Kethodiat Cliurch, whoro ho- may ho found by thoso in want of his profcssional Bcrvicos. Special attontion givon to disoabea of tho Eyo andEar. Chrouic diHoasoa troatod Biiccoaa f ully, Ac. Offioo daya Wcdneadaya and Satur ' day aftornoons. 1952 MARSII & SLAYTON, IIouwc, Carrlape, Slgn and Ornaiucii t:il I'stintrrh. Particular attontion givon to Papor-Hanging. and Tinting Walls and Coilinga. Tho bost of Stock conatautly on hand. AIo, 'Averill' I'ati'iit CliiMiiical I'aint,' furnished at hoitom prices. ltcar Thconix Block, W...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 9 December 1874

8PIBIT OF THE AGE Wodnesday, Dec. 9, 1874. Tlio thircl ai'ticlo uiulcr our Edi- torial head, on. secotid page, in our last papcr, headccl, "That Old Rebel Issuc," should liavo been .crcditcd to the MemphisTenn.) Ajycal, of JYbv. lOrt. instead of that the typo giv ing tho proper credit by sonio mishnp got slipped down over llie last avticlo upon that column. Theso mis- takos occasionally happcn and vo corrcct this one bccauso tho Bcntv nients of the articlo coming from a oouthorn papcr might liavo moro weight among tho gensiblo conserva tivo peoplo of thc north. Congrcss assemblcd on Mouday last. Of tho Presidentd Message, and the ''doings" of tho commencement of thc present session, wo may have something to say in our ncxt iEsne. "Williain F. Havemayer, Mayor of New York ely, died 6uddenly of a stroko of apoplex-y on Monday of last week. Wc publish the "Laws" passcd at tho last session of our Legislaturo in a supplement, whioh is sont out with thc issuo of our papcr thfs wcek. This ...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 9 December 1874

LOGAL NEW 8. t3"Theprice of the Srnm ov thk Aqe i One Dollar and Fifty Centi a year to Mail .inhicriberi. and $1.75 to Villaae Subscribcrs terted by theCarrier. Ifnot paid in advance 50 cenit exira ww oe cnargea m eacn case Office Subscriben mme as Mail Subserlbcrs. Woodstock. Mrs. Wra. Clark fcll on tbc ico Sunday and dislocatcd hor wrist. The "boys" on tho railroad at Shallics Hill bad a bit of a figbt tho other day -bases of heads were wreck ed, tocth looscned, faces peoled, &c, Ac. They got somo T iuto them, aud a governmcut derrick could not rc movo it, so it took tiuio to bavc it work off fhrougb tbe porcs and rous cles but it was dangerous for a mau wbo had not imbibcd to bo around fov fear of explosion. Mr. ThorapsoD, tho contractor, was aeut for and ho partly relioved tho garrison (shanty) by dischargiog eooio of the "boys." They fclt bad, tbe tears rolled dowii their honest faces they were piclures of distress just because they were compellcd to stop in tho tniddlo of ...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 9 December 1874

TIIF OliU IMRMER'S KLEOY. Ori tho graasy linoll, by the banks of tho brook, i . . 'Xhit'BO ldnc'lirifl sn nflnn liim watarod hia v "Ibo oldfftnnor rcets in his long andlajt . eleop, ' iWWoth&w&torgalow,U5ptng.lollby.keop ; it' Tlbjlasplpwctlhls last.farrow, 'toas, roaped 'bisfojt 'grain. Nb morn ehill awako him to labor again. , y The blue-bird sings Bweot on tho gay maplo bough, Ita vrarbling oft cboerod bim while bolding tho plough, And tfyo robioa aboyo bim hop liglit on tho mould, I'or bo fed them with orumba wben tho aoaaon was cold j Ho baa plowod hia Iast furrow, haa roapod hia laat gtaio, No morn Bhall awako hlm to labor again. Yon troe that with fragrance iu filling tha air, So ricb itb itabloaaoma so thrifty and fair, By hia own band was plantod and woll did ho eay, : : It would live ivhon ita plantov had mouldcd away j Ile bas plowod bia laat furrow, bas roapod bialast grain, . No morn aball awako biin.to labor again. Thero'a tho well that bo dug witb tlie watcr a...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 23 December 1874

TIIB PEOPLE'S RIGHTS REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY TIIE UNION AND TIIE GONSTITUTION WITIIOUT ANY INFRACTIONS. VOL. 35: NO 7 WOODSTOCK, VT., WEMESDAY, DEO. 23, 1874. WHOLE N0.1690 ih l'uiaisitnn nvr.iiT tiioiuuuy, BY WILLIAM D. 3LcMASTER. Tehms 81.50 inadvi ice: aftcrthrcomontlis 1.75; at tbe cnd oC tho year, $2,00 Woodstock Business Cards. K E M 0 Y E D . G. W. COLTON, M. D., uaa removed his offico aiul roaidonco to tlio upper end of tho Park two kousoa abovo the Mothodist Cliurch, whero lio may bo found by thoao in want of hia professional scrvicos. Spocial attontion given to diseasos of tlio Eyo andEar. Chronio disoaaos troatod buccoss fully, Ao. Offico daya Wedneadays and Satur day afternooDB. 1952 MARSH & SLAYTON, IIuiinc, Curriugc, Slgii uml Oriiumen (nl Palnters. Particular attontiou givcn toFapor-Hauging, and Tinting Walla aud Coiliugs. Tho boflt of Stock conBtantly on hand. Also, 'Averill' Putcnt Clinnilcal Pulnt,' furnished al botlom prkes. Rear Phnsnix Block. Woodstock, Yt....

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 23 December 1874

SPIEIT OF TIIE AGE Wodnosday, Dec. 23, 1874 "A Merry Christinas" to all ot ourreaders and patrons and. many tlioro is of tbem too. At, t.Tio nit.v nlpnr.inn in llnstnn on Tuesday tlio 15tli inst, Mayor Cobb was re ciecieu oy a majonty 01 039. 17, rieaso suoscriue tor "rm: opimt ok tiik Aqk," cvcry Dcmocral in Windsor Co'unty who clocsnot already take it. Wo intcnd to make tho pa pcr tho coming ycar better tban cver before. Wc want your support. Tho Iiepullic, tlio daily paper Btarted about two months ago as tho Grant-Administration-Kepublicau or- gan, in New York City, has beon sus- pendcd for want of support. Tho promises undcr which it was started, of assistauco frora tlio lrieiids of tho Administration, were not fulfillod and in consequenco its dcath was hastcn cd. Mr. Norville tlio lato proprietor, is tho sufferer in tliis ontorprisc. With thc excentions of somo small contnbulions niadc bypcrsonalfriends, all tho captital furnisliod to eavry it on was supplied by hini. Over $150...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 23 December 1874

j, o OAL NBWS. tTTheprice of tht SnniT of tue Aoki SnbicrXxrs, and 31,75 to Village Subsoribers servcd by ttieOarrier. Ifnot paid in advance 80 renw extra will be charned in eacii case OJjice 8ubicriber$ lame as ilail Subscrtbers. Woodstock. Tnir to thk Staks. Tlio Fourth Lecture in coureo yas by tho Rev. II. W. Warren, of Charleston, Mass., on tho nbovo Bubject. It was delivcred in h manner calculated to plcaso and ex cito tho attention of the intollcctual audicncc present. Tho subject was far above the heads of an averago as senibly, and ono of tho auditors in go ing out romarkcd to a lady hc never' was so nigh heaven beforo but the statements of tho leclurerwere so lucid tliat all undeislood liiin. Ilis lecture heing to a popular audienco ol ladies and gentlemen, ho did not eonsider himsclf bound to givo the e.xact dis tanccs in miles, rods and feet betwcon the plancls and tlio sun, but, in oidcr to illuslratc his principlcs, lie taid, suppose thedistancetobosoandso, and then he ...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 23 December 1874

Wlint tho C'hiiiiiicy Nung. Over tho cbimnoy tho night-wind a And cbanted a molody no ono knew ; And tho "VYomau stoppod aa tho babo sho toaaed, And tbouglit of tbo ono sho had long ninco lost, And eaH, aabor toar-dropa back abo forcod, "I hato tho wind in tbo cbimney." Oror tho cbimnoy tbo night-wind aang, And obantod a molody no ono know ; And tbo Cbildron aaid, na tbey closor drow, '"Tia some witoh tbat ia cloaving tho black nigh through 'Tia a fairy trumpot that just tbon blcw, And wo fear tbo wind in tho cbimnoy." Ovor tbo cbimnoy tbo night-wind aang, And chantod a molody no ono know j And tho Man, as ho sot on his hcarth lclow ; , Said to himsolf ('It will Burely buow, And fuol ia dear, and wagea low, And I'H stop tho Ioak in tbo cbimney." Ovor tho cbimney tbo night-wind aang And cbantcd a molody no ono know ; Iiut tho Foot Iistonod and amilod, for bo Wm Man, and VToman, and Child all three, And ho aaid, "It ia God'a own harmony, This wind that Binga in tho cbimney. BnET Hahte...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 30 December 1874

u . . iitin ,.um.:gitmmMnt)mnntwiuenmttmnimmimirimminmtmmitmtmammtRsnmit iiil.iihi iw.iiini imiiri hmh iuliniiimjin-mmi. .famni naiim 111111 iiim i iMiiiiiiMi.-.J-..iiMi ' THE FEOPLK'S R1G-IITS REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY TIIE UNION AN1) TIIE CONSTITUTION W1TII0UT ANY INFRACTIONS. VOL. 35: NO 8 WOODSTOCK, VT., WEMESMY, DEC. 80, 1874, WIIOLE NO. 1691 18 rUIILIRKKD KVKItl TnuIWDAY, BY TOMAJl . McMASTEIt. Tkiims 31.50 inadv.t ice.-aftorthrcomonths 81.75; t the ond of tho yeav, $2,00 Woodstock Business Cards. EEMOTBD. G. W. COLTON, M. D., liiB removod hia oftico and residonco to the upper end of tho Parlt two lioueou abovo tho Mothodiet Clmrch, whero lio may bo found by those in want of liis profoaaional acrvlces. Spocial attontion givon to disoasea of tho Eyo and Ear. Chroiiio diaoasoa treated succoss fully, &o. Oflico days Wodneadays and Satur day afternoons. 1952 MARSII & SLAYTON, lluuwc, Carrlagc, Slffii aml Oriiaincn tal l'lUntcrs. Particular attention given toPapor-Hanging. a...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 30 December 1874

hoight ofspot whcro Donoghuo was fouud abovo Mr. Wlicclcrs houso 80 ft. from houso to top of hill 107 ft.) I visitod the placo ou tho 12th of Doc. in company with Mr. S. Dunliam to test sounds. Wincl west. Mr. Diin ham oallcd up tho hill sido. I stood at Mr. Whceler's door ; could not dis tinguish what ho said. Iloro tho Court took a recoss until 1.45 r. M. JlobertZ. liritton. Itesidoin Hart land. Forraeily lived in Windsor ; kept rcstaurant ; kncw both Winn & Donoghuc. Havo ofton scen tho lat ter dnink. When drunk waa gcner ally quarrelsomc and ugly. Ilave liad to help him into tho sleigh. Koland uso to como after him. Never sold him liquor. Ward Mansfield I Hvo in West Windsor miles from Donogliue's houBO. Attended an auction two wecks ago at Donogliue's liouse. Saw oxen that ho has owncd for 4 ycars. Saw off ox kick twice. Often heard disturbanccs between Roland and his father. Otis Wait. Lived in Windsor last 7 ycars. Rcmember the occurcnic. Saw Winn and Donoghuo pass at abo...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 30 December 1874

XjOOA L news. x-rhnrice of tht Spibit of ibb, Aqk it One Dollar and IHfty Oenti a year to Mall 5niJcrtoe, ona i, (o o ruioju iiuujcnuer arcl Iy theCarrier. Jfnol vaid in advance 60 centi extra will be charoed in each case Offlce Subscribera same o ilail Sultcrtbera. Woodstock. Extra copies of the Acsk contain ing a full veport ofMr. 'Winn'B triil aro for snle nt thc oflicc. Prico 4 cte. per copy. In advance we wish our readnrs, patrons, corrcsnondenta and tlio rcst ofmankind, a "Ilappy New rcar." Vc hopo tliey will keep along with us aud put up with ourfailings, know ing that wo aro human, in tlio year about to open ou us, aa they havo in tlio ycar drawing to a close. The workl is all well cnough man makcs the troublo j wo diould all try to niako oureolves better, and noto is a good tiine to commence. Be paticnt, bo eharitable, bo just and fear not. Dramatic Readixc,. Tho Fiftli Entertainment in the Lectiirc Courso In Town llall, Woodstock, Thurpday Evening, Dec. 31, 1874, by Mrs. L...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 30 December 1874

HyiuuH of Cliildhooil. Btilllingerinournooaof tlmo ..s And on our Bixon tonguo Tho echo o! tbo homc.born kymns That Aryon motLoru sung, And childhood had ita litanlca In overy ago and climo ; Tho oarlicet cradkB of tbo raco Wcro rockod to poot's rhymo. Nor tiky, nor wayo, nor troo, nor llowor, Nor green carth'a virgin sod, So movod tbo Bingor's lioart of yoro Ab tbceo emall onos of God. Tho mjBtory of unfolding lifo Was mof o than dawning morn, Tban openiog llowor or crcscont moon Tho human soul now-born ! And still to ckildhood'a swoot appenl Tbo boart of gonius turna, And moro than all tho sagos toach From lisping voicos loarn, Tho voices loved of hlm who saug, Whoro Twcod nud Tovoit glide, That sound to-day from all tho windn That blow from Rydial-sido, Heard in tbo Touton's bouschold songs. And folk-lore of tho Finu, Whorc'ovor to boly Chriatmas boartba Tlio Christ-child onters in ! JLiOuiHiuuu and MiN.sissippi. lntimntions of possible troublo to come in Louisiana arc doubtfess ...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 13 January 1875

TI1E PEOPLE'S KIC4HTS-11KPRK.SKNTATI.YH 1 ) K MO C R A C Y T 1 1 K UNION AND TIIK CONST'TlJTrON WITIIOUT ANV INFRACTIONS. VOL. tVo: NO 10 WOODSTOCK. VT., WEMESDAY, JAN. 13, 1875. WHOLE NO. 1693 is ri'iii.isiinn Ki'Biiv Tncnruuy, HV W1LLIAM l. McMASTER. Tukms $1.50 inailv.i ico : afterthrec months 1,75; ut tlic ciid 01' thr ear, $"2,00 Woodstock Business Cards. B E 31 0 V E 1) . 0. W. COLTON, M. )., baa rcnioved hia oft'ico and residonco lo tho upper ond of the Park two houaea abovc tho Mothodiet Ohurrfi, whero lie may lo fonnd by thoao in waut of hia profoasional Hervieos. Spocial attention civen to disoabes of tlio Eyo and Ear. Clu'ouio diaoaaea troatod miccosa fully, &c. Offico daya WcdneHdaya and Satur- day artornoona. i'M2 MARSII & SLAYTON, llousc, Currlugc, Sltpi aud Ornanu'ii Inl I'ainUis. Particular attention givou to Papor-Haugiug. and Tinting Walla and Ceilinga. Tho bost of Stock constantly on l.and. Who, 'Averill' I'alim L'liciiilrnl I'niiit,' farnishcd at botlom p...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 13 January 1875

SPIRIT OF THB AOE Wodnosday, Jan. 13, 1875. A Coixcidencu. Just one liundred ycarH ;go Gon. Gage was doing in Boston what Gen. Shcridau ianow do ing in new Orleans. Thu Amcriean people tlien, though few in iiuinbers; had couvage ejiougli to drivetlns Brit ish tyrant usurper, and invader from the country. It seeins by tlio outrago tliat is now being perpelrated in New Orleans, almosl wilh impunity by tbe National Goveniinent tliat our peoplo havc not apparently is much courago and pntriotism as in 177o But is this flie foot ? . Tlio articlo in anotlier placo in this paper from tlio N. Y. World, headed -"The Slrangled State," npon the Louisiana usurpation, contains rather strong langn:ige. But no .ttlronger, in our opiuion, thau the matter desorves. These outrages will never end untilGrant and the Repub lican partj', ar drivcn from "placn and power." Thc Demoerats of New Ilatnp shire at their Statc Convcntion at Concord on Tucsday of last week, nominatcd,f.he followiugto wit : For Gov...

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