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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 13 January 1875

LOGAL NEW 8. tscThp.nrice of the Spibit or mz Aok4 One Dollar and Fifty Cents a year to Mail Sabtcribers, and,1bto ViUage Subscribers servtd by theCarrier. Ifnol paid in advance 50 cents eitra will bc chargcd m each case Ojflce Subscribers same as Mail Subscrtbers. Woodatocli. When 801110 of thc boya tliat slide down hill in thc traveled way get killcd by tenms, their parents will bo very sorry, and the toainsters will not 1)0 to blainc. Tho ycar 1875 camo in orr Friday and will go out on Priday. We wout bo iierc probably to rnention thc faet in thc Aor. Avhen it occxm again, in about fifty yeara. FutE. Tlic dry-houso to AK S. VVoodward's Mill was destroycd by lire about two oV. jck Friday morn ing. Tlio watc!mi:'.n had just been his round and maJe up a firc, and in a few momcnts after returning to tlio main building lie discovcrcd thc blazo and gavo the alann. Tlio firu took frora a spark from the furnace prob ably. Thu fovce pnmps wero bronglit to barc on it, bnt everything in tho...

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. — 13 January 1875

TJ2M..NEW YEAM. 1875. I dak" In tho parly mornijig Watcbing tho'coming' dawii 'J ' Orcopjng o'or raouutain aud valley Tbls'qtiiot uew ycara jaorn. , Dano'a'tU wlioro tko'enow Jiea'gllalonluff, ' The oldyoar, for ovor. flod, AH mantlod in puro' white garrnentH, "LloaliumVorod with our dead . ,, 15y-and-by tho unn roso brightly, With golden rays to checr Ths chill and frosty morning " Of moro glad new ycar. Ijlglithig tho uilont vallay Whero tho old yoara buriod Hlsop, Lightoning tho graves of tho doar oiioh Who ront'in tboir nlnmbor deep. Tho eiin roao in its splondor Thia brilliant now yoar'a day, Chocring both cottago and palaco And tho childron at their play ; Whllo tho old yoar lay In tho Blndorf , And teara foll thick and fast, O'er tho;dcad in their peacfnl filurnber, And tho years for ever past. Through life looli np for tho Bunahinc, For rays of hoavenly light To ahino on ub through tho darknsss, Maliiug tho world look Vright Thoagh far in tho distaut skadow Lio buriod hopos ...

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. — 20 January 1875

s M JWJw THE PEOPLE'S IUGIITS-RBPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY TIIE UNION AND TIIE CONSTITUTION WITHOUT ANY INFRACTIONS. VOL. 35: NO 11 WOODSTOCK, VT., WEDNESMY, JAN. 20, 1875. WIIOLE NO.1604 18 PVIILISIIED F.VERT TUUR3DAY, M WILLLUI II. McJIASTEE. Tebms 31.50 inadv t afterthvee montUs 91.75; at tho end of the uar, $2,01 Woodstock Business Cards. R E 31 0 Y E 1) . G. W. COLTON, M. I)., h&B rcmovod lua ofrtco and rcaidonco to ths uppcr end of tho Park two houses abovo tho Methodist Church, whora lio may bo found by tboso in want of bis profeaaional Bcrvices. Spocial attentioa given to diaoabes of tho Eyo and Ear. Chronic diaeaeos troatod nuccoas fully. &c. Ofllca daya Wedncadays and Vatur day afternoona. ' 1952 MARSfl & SLAYTON, llouti-, rarriagu, Sln nml Ornainuii tal I'ninters. Particular attomion given to Papor-Hanging. and Tinting Walls anu Coilings. Tho bost of Stock conetantly on 1 and. AUo, 'Averill' Patcnt C'licmical I'alnt,' farnished at bottom prices. Bear Phcenix Blocl...

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. — 20 January 1875

SPIMT OF THB AGE Wednesday, Jan. 20, 1875. Tlio oxtra session ot' tho Lois laturc of which Gcu. Grout of Barton was speaker, adjourncd al'tcr a thne days session. They wcro n very parsi monious sct of fellows, i'or themsolvcs at least. They wantcd tho Ccntral Iload to carry lliem to Vergennes for nothing, to look ovcr t'ao old Arsenal grounds with thc view ot locating thc Reforrh School there. Cool, tliat. Vergennes peoplc gavc them a dinncr nnd tolcd thotn round tho city, aml in rcturn thc members made ttiein a pres eut of the School. That was cool too. And tho louse ranchc is bnrxted ot Waterbury. Eaoh ncwspapei in thc State is to get tho wholo of $3,00 for pttblshing the proceediugs. That is tho eoolest ofany. There was some other sliglit aots passed such as im proving thc Stato Prison, repcaling tho vagrant act, &c, ifco. Thc Rcpublicans of New ITamp shire at tlicir Stato Convcnlion, in Concord, onTucsday, of last week, norainated for Governor, Parson C. Chcnoy, of Mancheste...

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. — 20 January 1875

LOOAL NEW 8. CSTTheprUe of the SrmiT or thb Aqei'ji Out Drtlar antl Ftfty Ccnts a year to Mail Sn'jsoribers, and 1,75 to Village Subsoribcrs tervsd ty thcCarrier. Ifnot paul in advance 50 ccnts czlra icillbe charged in cachcase OjlieSioribcr.i samc as Mail Subsci-tbers. Woodstock. Wanted a ton of good hay. In quiro at this oflice. -J. M. Furman, lias got liis billiard rooras under full hcadway in tho Fair bauks Block. No troublo (liis ycar about tho ice cfop i tbat is, tho weatlicr is suitable f'orits growth anyway, but tlio basis of it water is ratlicr short. Joo Bean has sold liis hottso on South St., to Lewis Bumblebeo for 8000, and bought tho Moro houso on the samo St., paying $850 for it. Thcre is a great searcity of wa ter in this rcgion. Geo. V. Bancroft's Aiiction did not como oil'last Saturday owing to the stonn. The furniture was on tho ground in shape and all of it good. It will como ofl on tho Square next Saturday, at one o'clock if tho day is fair; ifnot fir it will com...

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. — 20 January 1875

TIIE IiAST. Tho lwt khw Wboso fond lipa will givo it ? t. Tho laet Joy - , Whnt blcBt heart will Uvo it ? Tho laet morn Wb&t brljjht eyea will aao tb&t ? Tho Uat nnn Whit poor bouI will bo that ? Tho last p&ng Whosu a&d hoart will kuow it f . Tho laet Bmilo Whtt fair faca will auow it J Tholiat boou Who will givo that kindly ? , Tho lset fault Who will pass that blindly ? Tho laat hopo Famoy dropa tho curtain ; Of thinga laat Only two aro certain : Tho last aid Tbia will be a, truo man'a The laat word Tb&t will bo a woman'e. Blowlng up tho Albcrmurlc. Commander Wm. B. Cushing, who died in an insano asyltim a fow days ago, boing only a little moro than 30 yenrs old, was born in Wisconsin, and was appointed to tho navy frotn New York on the 26th of September, 1857. He rcsigued the iollowing year, but re-cntered tho servico in 1801 as an acting officer. He receivcd his com mission as lioutenant on tlie 16th cf July, 1862, and was attached to tho North Atlantic block...

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. — 27 January 1875

V M TIIE PEOPLE'S IUGIITS--.REPIIESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY TIIE UNION AND TIIE CONSTITUTION WITIIOUT ANY INF11ACTIONS . WOODSTOCK, VT., EDNESMY, JAN. 27, 1875. WHOLB NO.1605 VOL, 35; NO 12 rum,isHKD evkrt Tnnn3D.vY, Hartland Business Cards. M WILLLUl !. McMASTER. J . Tkums $1.50inad i ico.'aftorthrccmonths, I' G I L B E II T , gl.73 j at tho cnd of tlie year, $2,00 Manufueturcr o'r and Dcalcr in - ; ; IMows. Cultlvntors, Coflago iuh? Woodstock Business Cards. r0x sioves, Cauldion Kettlos, It E M 0 Y E 1 . sinks, iiollow wap.e.rom, bakers, Door ltollcrs, Door Kollbr Tinck, Corn G. W. COLTON, M. D., Shcllcrs, Sugav Arch Mouths, Gnles and Bars, Sup l'am, Arcli Tops, Jtouths pml has rcmovod bls oflloo and roeidenco to tho Rinimcrs, Slide Yoko Irons, lloot Jacks. uppor cnd of tho Park two bousea abovo the Kcgistcrs,Door Scrapeis.KnipiroStovclilack, Methodiut Churcb, whero bo niay bo fouud Guaids and Doors, Bcdstead Casthifjs, Oas by thoao in vant of liia profeasioual Borvicos. Castings, liird...

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. — 27 January 1875

SPMT OF THE AGE Wodnosday, Jan. 27, 1875. Tlio IIoi!. E. W. Stoughton, (Deraocrat l) of New York city says tho alleged Louisinna Legislaturo which waa brokcn in upon by tho military "was not a logislaturo at all, but a revolutionary body, which had 8oizcd possession of tlic IIouso by violent and illegal tneans." Thcti why wero not tho wholo of IhemdisperBcd ? WendallPhilipa mado a spccoh at a Louisiana Indignation Mceting in Boston tho othor day, dcfeuding Prcsident Grants' nsurpation in Lou isiana. A man thnt has becn all through his lifo a hater of tho Unitod Statea Constitution--or is otlicr words a''secestiioiiist" is a fit dofender of Grant's lawloss administration. At a Democratic primary mcet ing recently hold at Hcnniker, N. II., tho following rcsolution was adopt-ed:- Itesolved, That we are opposed to all Bort8 of monopolics that bonefit tho few at tho cxpenso of tho many ; to a rag cunency forthelaborer, whilc tho rieh bondholdcr is paid ,in gold ; to taxing tho poor man's...

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. — 27 January 1875

L 0 OAL NEW 8. esrThevrice of the Srmrr op tiib Aar.is OmMlar and JJ'y Cents a year to Mail Snbscribcrs, and $1,75 to tUage Subscnbera tervedby theCarrier. Jfnot paid in advance 50 cenis extra will bc charged in each com OJIec Satiscriters aatne as Mail Subscrtbers. Woodstock. f Windsor Couuty eau boast of the largesl number of grangcs of nnv couuty in the state. Sho has 28 in full blast witli an averago mcmbership of75. E. L. Woodward of this villagc bas bought out tho Grocory business of Wm. V. Spencer of Windsor. Wo nhould liko to sec "Tiulc." getting up a fitew of bivalvcs. IIo can do it lio can do anything, but he can't full; enjoy hituself without a horse. A citizen, and a youth with n sled, collidcd tho other day. Tho cit izen pioked himsclf up and asked the youtli, "Are you kilt V "No," repliod tho boy. "1'in sony," was tho only comment. At its annual meeting Engine Compnny No. 3 re-cleotod tho Old boanlof ofliccrs, as follows : Fore maii, H. P. Allen, 1st Assistant, Mark E....

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. — 27 January 1875

Julm Janlfin'K Scrmon. Tho ministor said lnst niglil, says lio " Don't be nfraid of giying j If your lifo ain't nolliln1 to otlior folks, Wby, what's tlio uso o' livin' ?" Aiul tbat'i what I say to wifo, says I, "Tliero's Browu, tlio mij'rablo tinnor, Hc'd soonor a bcggar vvonld starvo than giv A ccnt toward buy ing a tlinncr." I tcll you our ministcr's primo, lio N, But I couldn't quito dclcrmino, Wheii I heard him a-givin' it right nnd lcft, Jnst who was hit by his sormon. Ol'courso thcro couliln't U no inistako Whcn.ho talked oflongJwimlcd prayin1, For Pctors and Johnson thoy sot and scowlcd At cvory word lio was snym . Aud tlio ministor lic wcnt on to say, 'Tlierc's various kinds o' cheatin', And religion's as good for cvcry day As it is to bring to mcetiu'. I don't think much of a man that givoa Thc Lord Amcns at my prcachin', And sponds his timo thc following week In uhcatiu' and ovcrrcachin'. I gncss that doso was bittcr cnough For a man liko Jones to swnllcr ? 13 ut I notice...

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. — 3 February 1875

TIIE PEOPLE'S IllGIITS-REPIUSSENTATIVE DBMO0RA0Y-TIIE UNION ANI) THE CONSTITUTION WITIIOUT ANY INFRACTIONS . VOL. 35: NO 13 WOODSTOCK, VT, WEDNESDAY, EEB. 3, 1875. W1I0LE N0.1G9G IR rUULtBHED ;VF.n- TH0113DAT, BY WILLTAM i. McMASTEll. Teiims 9150inadvt '"e afterthreomontln 91.76 ! at thc cnd of tlie year, $2,00 Woodstock Business Cards. R E 31 0 Y E 1) . G. W. COLTON, jM. I)., ht removed bis oflice aud residouco to tho uppor ond at tho Park two houaos aliovo tlio Methodiet Church, whore lio may bo found by thoae in want of his profossional Rcrvicos. Bptclal attontion givon to diseasea of tho Eyo aadEar. Chronic disoaaos treatod nuccoss fully, Ac. OQlce days Wodnesdays and Satur dy af ternoona. VJ52 MARSII & SLAYTON, lloiikr, Carrlagc, Slgn anil ornuiiicn tal Puimurs. Particular attontion given to Papcr-llanging, ndTinting Walls aud Coiliugs. Tho bost of Stock constantly on l.and. AHo, 'Averill' Piitrnl Clit'iuicul l'alitt,' furnished at botlom prkes. Ilear Phajnix Block, Woodsto...

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. — 3 February 1875

SPIRIT OF THE AGE, Wednosday, Fob. 3, 1875. Tho grcat qucslion with tlio lle- publicans nt Washington iiiul elso wnorc now is "wnat Hiiam can wc concoct to blind tho pcople togivo us auollier lease of powcrf" Iloratio Scymour aud .Tolin 0 Frmiiont, werc in tho city of YYasli incrlon toffotlior tho othcr day and attracted nuich alteution at tlio Capi tol. .Tho Domocrats in C'ongress liavo virtually dotcrmined not lo liold a caucus for tlio purposo of mapping out a line of policy to bc pursued by thein diijing tho remaitider of tlio sessiou in relation to proposucl lcgislation. They deem n caucus unneccssarv. Tho Lonisiana niuddlo still con tiiuies. Vc are no nearcr out of it tlian wc werc wlien tlio trouble.iirst bcgan Tlio iucrcasc of Democratic ixtialors aud a Dcinooralic Iltusu of Kepresenlatives at tho Fcdornl Cupitol, we gucss, will change the apcct of this aud nimilar Govcnmicnt arrangc mcnts. .Senator Thunnan of Ohio deliverod an ablo aml Feai'ehingspeech upon this niatlcr las...

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. — 3 February 1875

; o g AL news. tr-ZVTh,- hWim of the BwniT OF the Auc ia Om Vollar and Fifty Cente a year to Mail Hnbscribcrs, ana 91,10 10 vwage buosmocrs served by theCarrier. Jfnot paid in advance 50 cents cxtra will be charged in each case Ojjcc Subscriwra eame as Mail auotcrtbem. Woodstock. Iicoit of melcorologicalobscvvations lor tlio month of January, A. D. 1875, takcu ut Woodstock, Vt , uudcr tho dircction of the Woodstock Acailomy of NaturalScicnco: Warmcst ilay 2d-Max. Tlicr. , 23.00 Mcan for the day. 22.80 CUdcHday, llth-Min.Thcr. f Mean for tho day, 1 1.7j llanijo of lcmpcratui'c, M degrces. Meantcniperatuieat 7 oclock a. m. (U7 A " 2 o'clock p. m. 14.19 ii ,i " 1) o'clock p. in. 4.27 n i . lor tlio month, Mcan ofclondinessat 7 o'clock a. m. G 00 ii " '1 o'clock p. m. i.UO " ' " i) o'clock fi. m. 3.9t ii for tlic month, fi28 Mcuiforcoofttinilat 7 o'clock a m. 1.39 I " 2 o'clock p. in. 1.71 " 0 o'clock p. in. 1.-18 for the month, 1.54 Xumbcr of day on wh'cl.rain or snow hasfallcn, H Nutn...

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. — 3 February 1875

UXlHUt THE snow. Ah we, my g&rden Uos under tbo nnow, Tho Bhroudlog driftlng snow j Each flowor that I re&rcd Iub lowcrcd its head ; Its awoct Uoodi witherod, ItB fragranco Ucd ; I ao loved thom, living, and mourn thom tio'nd ! Dcad utidor this wintor mow ; Lyicg boneath it, utill and low, Doad ! and I lovod tbem so ! But tho Bim by and by will nielt tlio tmoiv, iuJ Tho glittoring shroud of snow, And tho hoautlful bud and tho nUtoly trco WiH Bhed thoir fragranco ogain for mo, And my hoart Bhall bo glad ivhon mj ovcn bliill KOO 3Iy trcasuroa from under the snow iiiaunyyoavmngioveuainciior.biioa bo, VD Ood'e gardcn lica nnder tlio nlu'ouding Bnow, Tho hoautiful, Bholtering biiow ; And tljo buda that IIo took from your hand and mine, Shall bid Ilis eun on tho gardcu t-hiiio, And warm to hfo inits glow Tlio prcciuaa germB lyiug umlcr tho onow, That IIo took whon IIo lovcd them bo ! What Nlicrldnn Uiniiojl to Ucvolvc uiton Blim. HiBtoiy continttnlly rcpeats ilsdf. - As Solomon sa...

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. — 10 February 1875

i . T THE PEOPLE'S Jl l G-HTS -lt E PR ES EN TATI V E DEMOCRACY-TIIE UNION ANI) TIIB CONSTITDTION WITIIOUT ANY INFUACTIONS. r0L. 35 :N0 14 WOODSTOCK, VT., WEDNESDAY, PEB. 10, 1875. WIIOLE M1007 11 I'l'llI.IRUI'.t) KVKIIY THUrjDAY, BV WILLLU1 i. 'tlcilASTEK. Tkhms 51.50 InndvH o aftDrthiTcmonths $1.7.5 ; at thc cud of llm car, S.O) Woodstock Business Cards. ,T. It. HUKDOCIf, Pructicnl WiitchmnktM also, ur.Ers a. FINE STOUK OF 0001)3, 23 All Good and T'cpuira Wnrranled ua eproeutcd. 1076tf. li E 31 0 V U I) . G. W. COLTON, M. D., hna rcuisvod liis ofuco aud lcoUenco to tho uppcr end of tho Tarl; two housca auavo tho Mothollst Church, wlioro ho miy bo fonud by thoao in want of kia profu-iaional hcrvicos. Spoeial atteation givon to disoahoa of the Eyo and Ear. Chronic disoaaM troatod tmcceui fnlly, &o. Olues dayy Wcdncsdayri and fr'alur day afternooDB. 1U32 MARSII & SLAYTON, tTon,c, i'av ii!;', filRii wtl Ormiiiieii lal I'aitsK'r-. I'arliculav attomiongivan toI'aper-Uangiug, and...

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. — 10 February 1875

SPIRIT OF THE AGE, Wednesday, Feb. 10, 1875. The "Wiseonsin Lemislaturo lias elected thc IIon. Angus Cameron, U, S. Senator, as the successor of Matt. II. Caipenter, Grant's tool in llie Sen ato. The olcotiou of Mr. Comeron was brought about bv n coalition of tlio Dcmoornts with bolting Ropubli cans. The Dciuocratiu Cnuetis norni natcd hitn eonsitionally tiion liis ao ceptanco of the plntfonn that ineludes hard nioiiey, a tarifffor rcvenue only aud tho stiproniacy of the civil aufhor ily in tiino of peaec. Mr. Caravron, the Senator elcet, was born in Cale donia, Livingstun counly, N. Y., in 182G. lle catne to Wisconsin in 1857, hasscrvcd two years in tlio StatoLeg islature and was Speaker of tlio As bombly in 1807.. , lle is a lavyer nnd a pioniiiu'iit meiuber ot the Episcopal Cliiuch. The Jacksun Dumocratic Asso ciation, of Washington, in behalf of the Dcmocrats of that eity, hap tend ercd ex-President Johnson, a serannde and rcccplion upon his arrival thcre. A Washington despalch ...

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. — 10 February 1875

LOGAL NJ2WS. C-yThenrice of the SnniT of thc Aanfs OMDoUar'and FifOj Cenls a ymr toMail Snbscrlbers, and $1,15 to Magt i Subscribcrs ten'd by theCamer. Ifnot paid in advmce 80 cenisMtra itlll bo chargeu in eaehcasc Ojtee S'lbieribcrs same as Mall Snbscrtbevs. Woo&atocU. Lcnt begins to-djy. ThcLecturo to-movrow evening Anoiont Egypt by Bayard Taylor, will of course, draw a i'ull houso. Bayard is popular as an orator and writcr. Wo nmdo a visit to our fYiend Gen Lyniau Mo.vcr, ou'c day last w;ek, found liim pretty well, phyf,ic lly, atid mentally, clcar, as usaal. Tho General is not (juitc so Btiiart on his fcel as he was in 1825, when lio and Gov. Vau Nesa escortcd Gcn Lafayette through this scolion on hUwayto jMontj'lier, butlic rotnins his youtli to a ir.niarkablo degreo. He is in his 87th year. Mrs. Aikens, liis liousekecpcr, lakes cxcellont carc of hiiti. Long may lio wavo as a type of a goneralion now neavly gathcrcd home. Fobruary eamo in liko a lauib, butfortho past week i...

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. — 10 February 1875

THE iHMOH OF AUTUMN. "Writtonby Dr. Bolah Gridloy duting fho wlnterof 1795-0, whllo toaohing school at South Woodstock, Voitnont. Rutland (Jlobo. Ilnll, yo slglilng bom of Borrow, Viow with mo tho auturanal gloom, Loarn from tbouco yoar fato to-morrovr, Doad, perhapB, laid ln tho tomb. Soo all naturo fading, dyiug, Silont all thlngs Bcom to mourn ; Lifo from Ycgotntion ilying, Uringd to rnind tho ruouldoringurn. Oft tho Autumn's tompest rising, Jlaltos tho lof ty forrost nod j Sconoa of naturo how eurprieing, Itead iu naturo, naturo'n .God. Roo our iovcrcign, aoul croator, Livsa oternal in thc Eltien ; Whilo wo morlala yiold to uatura, Bloom awhilo, thon fado aud dio. Nations dio by droad ISelona, Through onragcd tyrannic liiiigs, Just liko plnnts in palo I'arnona, Fall to rwo in futnra Bpriugg. Mournful eeones, when vegqtation Dics by frost, or'vorm dovonrod, Doubly mournfnl whon a nation, Diso by ncighboring nation's povrsr. Death and war my mind dcpros.i, Autumn nhoiva mo my deca...

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. — 17 February 1875

jO Iv TIIB PEOPLE'S R I Or T ITS 11 E L1 RE S H N T AT I Y E D 15 JI 0 C R A C Y T 1 1 K UNlON AND TIIK OONSTITUTION YVITIIOUT AXY INERACTTONS. VOL. 35 :N0 15 WOODSTOCK, VT., TODNESMY, PEB. 17, 1875. WIIOLE N0.1008 is I'lMit.isinn) r,T.n tiujmday, BY WlLIiLUf McMASTEH. Tmims $1.50inailri cc aftcrtluec months 51.75 i at tuc oml oi thc year, $2,00 Woodstock Business Cards. J. K. 31U11DOCK, I'ractical WaichinaliCi'. AI.SO, KV.VA'i A FIXE STOUK OF GOODS, i. aiss MNJQ 03 All Good$ niul Kcpair Warranled as ltaprciontcd. lG'Gtf. 11 E J 0 V E I) . G. W. COLTON, M. 1)., iiaa removcdlna oftkoaud leBidancs to tha upper oml of llio Park two houBea abovo tha llothodist Churcli, whoro lio niay bo found by thoao iu want of hia profosaional ocrviccs. Spccial altonlion givon to diseaboa of tlio Eyo aud Ear. Chrouio diaoasea troatcd miccobd fully. Ac. Offico diys Wodiicadayn and Satnr day afteruooDS. 1952 MA11S1I & SLAYTON, (oiit', l,':in iayo, Niii uix! Otiininri:- Itil Fniutcrs. Particular atto...

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. — 17 February 1875

SPIRIT OF THE AGE, Wednesday, Feb. 17, 1875. Presklent Grant it is stated is op poscd ito tho ndinission of Pinch back to tho Scnato from Louisiana. Pinchback is distributing prmtod mo morials, wluch aro to bo presented to Congress, setting forth his claims to admission to tlie United States Sen nto. Kick liim out. Mr. llenry tloward will soon eomplclo the work of disbursing tho tnoney awardcd by tlie United States to British sull'orcrs by tho war of tho rebellion, after which ho will bo at tachcd to tho British Legation iu Hol land. Willittm Oswald Charlton, who has been detached from tho Third Secretaryship oi tho British Legation at Washington has sailed for Eng land and will soon assumo iluty else where. Tho resolution ottercd by Con gressman Parker, of New Ilanipshiro, directing tlie Sccretary of tho Navy to send to tlie IIousc all communica tions with heads of burcaus aud thc Comuiandant of Charlestown Navy Yard, lelative to placing nien on the roll provious to tho last olecti...

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