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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 26 September 1883

BY W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMRER 20, 18SJJ. VOIi. 78. 4015. NO. 50 Wchumn & gotmml WEDNESDAY. SEI'TEMKBU 20. 1883. A Libernl Orfcr. Tho publlsher of Titts Watchman takcs pleasuro ln maklng tho followlng nnnouuce ment to uta patrons: Ile has mado nrrango meuta by whlch a copy of thnt phenoraonally Buccessful monthly paper, " Oood Cheer," for October wlll be sent to each subscrlber to Tiik Watcumam ln order tliat thoy mny liave an opportunlty to ozamlno It. Thl3 copy wlll ptobably reach our sub?cribers wlthln a weok from thls date. Altor October first, every old anbscribor to Tiik Watcumam, who pays hls arrcarege andone year ln advance, wlllrecelvo a copy of Good Chcer one year Fkkk. Every old subscrlber wlio has pald up to, or beyond, October first 1884 can liavo Good Checr one year fbke by notlfylng us that lio is entltlcd to It. Every new subscrlber to Thk Watch man after thls date who pays one year ln advance wlll recetve Good Cheer for one year kiikk. ...

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. — 26 September 1883

2 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAJU WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1883. T. II. IIOSKINS, Newport. Vt., Kitltor. SKl'TKMUKR. Bepttraber sun beami brlghtMt When Beplember ttorms hare becn And the (horler days mni llghtent Wlth the longer nljhts between. We hll the tranqult tpleodor Of the mellow Mitumn dj, A the imtronljr Hfjitember Now her a.ing Irlbuto pajpi. 8he crowin the frullful caon Wlth her Krno'ed ImvMt ntore, And given us ample rennon llor prolongtng to liniiloro. I)eAr autumn dav, now hMtlng, Wliy epeed ye on o fat? EVn whlle tliy eweeU we're tutlng We jeani to have them laAt. And thon wllt hear our pleadtDi, And llnger on thy waj, Tliy " harvest tnoon recedlog Will lengthen out tlie day, So htTCTter rf Jololng, Irlve home the loaded waln, And gratrful trlbuten volclng, Snng stoto the golden graln, Seleeted, lVImt Othors Say. Brother Tinkham weut to tho Loring Needham show at Manchester. He tella us that the bluster about tho immenso number of oattle entriea waa all bogua, t...

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. — 26 September 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAX,, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1883. T1IK IIKIDAI. OIKTS. To the r-talely vtllage brldal, Wlth IU fcstlng, danco and inlith, Ihere came a gray-lialred alnger Oneof thepoorof eatth. Sltver and gold and JeweU, The tlch guet brought atongj The bard had nausht to offer Uutjmt ono little ong. nt are tho btlde nml brldegrooui, The proud gueata lowly lle The coiilly glfta liave crumblcd The long can never dle. Von Bodenttedt, Our JooA. Talo nf tho West KidiiiR;. OIIAl'TKU III. " Ilappy are they that hnr thlr own detractlons, nnd can put them to tnmMhf,."Hhaktsptart, For a little while Joe was very wpllsat Isfied with wlmt ho had tlono. Tho eclat of having carried off a beautiful womnn and a crfat helress, tho bridal festivitles, and foroiRn travel, conipennated for tho obarnis of hls bachelor existence. Trav ellnET in countripi whoso langnaRO phe could not spealt, Elizaboth wan compellpd to rely upon her hunband ; for Joe, 5n spito of hio father'a oppositi...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 26 September 1883

4: VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOVRNAI,, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1883. jj$Htchmm & jjotmial. WKUNKSDAY, SEPTKMHElt 20, 1883. TtKua $3.00 per year, strlctly In advance) or $J.M lf not Dald wlthln three roontha, Judok Fikli) o Massaohusetts baa dia solTod tho injunction in the case of Haz ard against the rallways and tbe Amor ioan Loan and Trust Cotnpany, and tho traok la now olearod for the oompletlon of tho work of tho consolidation. Tho de claion of Judge Wheelor has oloared tbe air of muoh donbt and settled marjy nflnds that before wero not entlroly at ease. Tni: schoolmaster is abroad. Tho pro gratnme of the Vermont State Teachers, Assoolatlon for the annual meeting in Oc tober is published. Tho exhortation to toaohers to attend containa tho following rhetorical gom : " Teachors ought not to miss this gathering of ozperienced work ers for they will gain more helpful sug geations and an educational impotus than tho eflort to attend will cost thom or their achool8." This is s...

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. — 26 September 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOXJRJVAT., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2G, 1883. 5 N0.9-0H0K JtRKTS. J It Olfflth, Pnxtrary, tmll ono year old., 2 00 1 00 Wnlrrburj. ( K Jonrii, mllch cow . x' r i onmth ,.. w K Jone, hf Ifer two yero'a.... 00 C K Jonm, hflfer ono jer old fl HJnnM. hptfftr calvea . ' " No. 10-Dmcn. r T T...1... t,n1l a.W ........... ......... 1 00 li K JOKlyn, mllch cow i $ 00 JjUJoMyn.htirer two years old 3 00 li K Joslyn, lieirer one year old 1 w Ij K JoMyn, belfer cMve i " No. U-Oiud Hcicn. O O Boyee, mllch cow Ko. 11 IUirt Cow. X D Ilonne CLASS 111,-SltEEl' Ko. 1 Coabs Wool. A A T A Joilyn, buck.,... O U Wilder O O Wilder, tiuck mmbs O U ivimer, inree ewen, CO 4 00 3 00 1 00 1 00 i M O O Wilder, threo ewo lamos 50 Ko. 2-Orides. Drew & ralmer, bucx lamb 1 00 Tlrw At. I'RltnAr. thrpn Hffw.... 1 80 A r a jo.i11 i iw Oiu Wallls, threa ewe ltmbs 1 W Drew & l'ftliuer 1 00 Ko. 3-Fit SiiKir. n n Wllrinr 3 00 AAFAJoslyn , 100 AELovfJoy.boar 2 00 liM Lerueid, WlUfleld,owan...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 26 September 1883

0 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1883. UOW SIIAIX I 1'JIAY. f attter, how can I thus be bold lo pray That thou shalt grant me that, or spare me thla ? Jtow ihould mr Ignorance not go aatray, Kow ihould my fooll.h ltpa not apeak amlaa And ask for woe when faln they wonld ark bllaa ? llow shall I dare ta prompt thee, ttie all-wlae, To ahow me klndnesa ? Thon art cvor kind, What l my feeble cravlng In thlne eyes Whlch vlew tho et nturles vast, liefore, behlnd, And sweep nnnumbercd worlds llke vlewlese wlnd 1 4fy goodneaa urdereth what thtnct shall be, Thy wlsdom knowelli even my lnmost wanl Why should I ralse a needlesa prayer to lliee, Or Importune omnlpotence to grant Hy wlshes, dlm, short-slghted, tgnorantV jtnd I come, tor thon liast bldlen and said, Bnt not to weary thee, or speclfy A wltli, bnt rather wlth this prayer Instead l " 0 tordt thou knoweat ! gtve It or deny, t III up the ctip of Joy, or pass me by." tm thni wllt Ia Jnst what I would wll...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 26 September 1883

7 C. D. ROBINSON, MAIN STREET, WATERBURY, VERMONT Has aii imrivaled assortment of toves, Cook & Parlor, & Ranffes Wood or Coal These goods are of various makes, tasteful in designs, and all of tlie higliest quality. of material and workmansliip. Special attention is called to tlie Htjb Rangte and tlie Hub Heater, and also to the celebrated Bismarok and the Gold Coin Cook Stoyes. VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAU, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1883. UUL H Of 1 1 IIID1RI il 11 lilll 1111 , llllilll II llllll, Wooclen and Hollow Ware, Farmers' Scales, and everything for farm or honseliold nse in this line of goods. Furnaces and Furnace Work a specialty. Stove Repairs furnished. OLX, .AJVD EXAMINE MY GOODS BEFOKB BUYING ELSEWHERB, 'HLU15 CUItLS." Thctlntof tliesky llas been glven to yoa; In joar eweet little eye And your bonnet of blue, In the thade ot your gown, In your dress, tn your halr, In your gemp, in your crown Thcre 1b blue everywherp. W niuebeard your fatuer, My pretty B...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 26 September 1883

8 "Weekly News Summary. Vorinuiit. Tiiidtrkn Indlcttnonta liave boen (ound by the Windham couuty grand jury. Thk Grand Army post In Addison county hold n rounlon nt Bristol Octobor 0 nnd 10. A NoiiTH Troy womin, fllty.two yoars or 020, recently took her (lrst rlde on the cars. A Wallingford church fair londs the renann With twenty-slic dlfforont lilnda of plo (or talo. TitK birn on tlie premtaes ot Dr. Stowart of Wallingford, took II tu Thuraday nftornoon nud wns totatly conaumed. Tiib recelpts of tho Burlington Wnniftn's Clirlatlan tempe.rnnro unlnn cafo nt Ilowatd I'ark woro noarly $1,000. Mns. MAitOAitrrr L. Stiuckland of Vflr Kennou hai obtalned u back jionslon of 81,030, alter a nlno yoars' contost. lllNKSDUiioii ls curscd wltli n pang of young lrnlt thlovon, wlioao boldnt) and guccesH rlval Dlck Turplu In lils paliutest days, St. Alimns la to liave n hospttal, to bo oponed Octobnr 1, wlth a dozen bods. Dr. Dunsmoro wlll be ouperlntendont. J. DiuscoLL, FerrliibiirRh, loads on p...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 3 October 1883

BY W. W. PJRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER S, 1883. VOIi. 78. 1010. NO. 51. WKDNESDAY. OCTOBER 3 1883. Locnl Itcnis. New goodg at Webater'g. Ladies' beavor slioos at Griggs. Fuixllno of lubber gooda nt Griggs'. A nkw llne of mon'g shoes lor fall trndo at Griggs'. A aooD nssortmcnt ol muslc and mueic bookg at Griggs'. Anotiieh lot of those fine hand-sewCd koots and shoea at Griggs'. You can buy tlio best aewing-machlne In tbe world nt J. C. Griggs', Waterbury, Vt. Wantkd A capnble woman to do house work In n small amlly. Call at thls ofllce for lnformatlon. Chamiier sets, mattresses, lounges, and every attlcle of furnlturo at A. T. Straw & Co.'b, Waterbury, D. W. Templr & Co. bave juBt roturncd from market wlth tlio largest llno ot cloaks, dross gooda, shawls and all ktnds ot dry gooda they bave ever been able to sliow, nnd at prices tuuch less tban betore. Look for tbelr advertlsemont nezt weck. Did you ever koow gooda to be to ctienp, and what ia the funnlest t...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 3 October 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1883. Qiicnlhmtl T. II. IIOHKINS, Newport, Vt., Killtor. T1II! FAIMI. Far np In tlio totl, warin West Tliere lle Rn orchard nest Whf re every nprlng tho Wack-oips come, Anil ImlM tliemiwlves n downjr lioino. Tlie, npplo-bongh" cntwlne And make a nelwork flno Througli whlch ih mornlng vapors r That tie (roin llie dowy grau. And when tlie t prlnu warmth shoota Along the applo rooU Ttie snailcd old bouiihs grow fnll of buda, Tliat glcam and lcaf ln multltudea. And then, flrit colil and white, Soon flathlng wltli dcllglit. The blowom hcada coma out and blow And tntmlc iutxet-tinlcsl mow, Our Stato 1'rtlr. By tho teatimony of tho preas and of individuala on all hands, the recont oxhi bition at Burlington was an admirable success ln almost cvory rospeot. Tho Manchester Mirror and Farmer awards It the palm over its own fair in all im portant pointa, and ought to draw tho losaon, if it does not, that Loring and Neodham aro no holp ...

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. — 3 October 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUKNAL,, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1883. 3 A 11A1NV KVKNINU. The twlllnlit shadows daikltnu falli 0 memorles dear, agalnst thy thrall My tieatt strlves nll In valn. Yet wherefore strlvo ngatnst tliy mood? 1 cAnnot r llonco, lf I would, The soflly falling raln. At such an liour, on such an cve, llrlght hopes, that yet I Inly Rrleve, Hpraug up to fade and wane. Ah, nevermore, lianil claspod lti hand, Shall we wlthln the cloorway stand, And watch tlio faltlng raln. Yet stlll tho swectneM of thtt liour Kcturnit, wlth nll its wonted power 0( tnlnitlod Joy and pain. Wlien, dropplnK f rom the wlndow-caves, Or Kently falling on ttie luaves, 1 liear the suinmer rala. O cruel memory I tlms to tirlnn That glad, brlef hour, wlth blltcr stlng, Ilack to my heart ngaln ) Those partlng words of fonil lcgret, Wlth glad pretext, lovo Ungerlng yet, UnmlDilful of the raln. Ahl brlef, Indeed, poor, nrhtng heatt, The Joy those flckle hopes lmpart; Orlef followa ln thelr train. 2...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 3 October 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1883. U KDN12SD.AY, OCTOHER 3, 1883. TmiM-$.00 ter year, strlctly ln advaneet or $2.00 lf not pald wlthln three moiilh. " Maiiyi.anh, my Marylaud," joina in tho grand refrain of demooratio "har mony " by liring hor worthy reform gov ernor out of tho conventlon in which ho was n oandldato for ronominntlon and chooslng for n loader Boss McLoan, tho favorite of tho ring, The republicans havo nominated Ilon. Hatt 13. Ilolton, a ropreacntativo ln congress, a popular and able man, and Maryland rnay join tho re pnblican column. Tiik folly and irapraoHcability of tho ultra-prohibitionists is shown by tho ac tion of tho Ma88achusetts party of that narao in nominating aoparato candidates for tho stato ofllcera to bo voted for in NoTombor. This is dono in tho faco of tho faot that tempornnco reform in Massa chusetts ia stoutly espoused by tho repub lican party, that Mr. Hoblnson is a ataunch temporance man in praotico and in prin oip...

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. — 3 October 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUItNAl,, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1883. Fonr handsome organs nnd n flno npcclmen of tlie Enicrton plnno weto oxhlblled and tlielr tono fr'tmUntly Miown by tlio several lady players. All theso Instruments woro from tho muslc rooms ot A, L. Balley of St. Johnsbury and Burlington, hlsngents Messrs Hall nnd Drown bolng ln attondance. Tho Estny, Mason nnd Hnmlln, nnd New England, organa wero shown. Mr. Balloy is tho flrst mnn to bIiow n plano on tho grounds. Mrs. II. E. Salls' Konslnglon work nttrnctcd n crowd of Indlon all tho whllo. Tho ftult, fioral, nnd pnstry dlsplay woro all floo. II. Morse, Eq., of Cambridge made a flno fhow of ftult. rho large dlsplay of all klnds of fntm prodnce waaanattractlve fcntuto of the h.ill. Mr. Putnnm of Cambridge made a tlno plmwlng of potatoes, one hnudred nnd flfty dlfferent klnds belng shown by hlm. Tho Slugor sewlng mnchlne wltli a flno lot of sam ple work was shown by Mr. Jarvls of Burling ton and Mr. Se.vmour of Hyde P...

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. — 3 October 1883

G VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATB JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1883. "va ntAisis tuku, o ooi." This hymn was sung us n patt of tlio re ilglons servlces In tho parlor of the Mountaln llonio at Liko Mlnnowaska, K, Y., ou Sun day, Auciist 20th, 1883. Oml of the mountatns nnd tlie vnles, The plncld lnken, the rolllng teiu, The mimmer lephym, wlnter fralw, Thelowly flawetn and lofty trtrai Crrotor, Savlor, hoavenly Frlend, To thee in pralte, our hearta aicend. We prle thee tliat. at thy eommmd, The nnlveme ln bcanty roei That, held by thy almlghly hand, The vftd creatlon flndn repoe Tliat ll thy workn halt ever he, Wlth klndly caro sustalned by thee, We pralne thee for redf emlng love That raade the tlnlefta Son of (loJ An e xlle f rora the world ahore, To rnom rebelii wlth litn blood i That ilnful rouls inay frrely clalm A f ull aalvatlon lu hia nauie. We prale thee for the bleiwed word Whlch brought the Iloly Splrlt near The pledge of our acentled Lord, Each contrlte heart to ralne and...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 3 October 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1SS3. FKAT1CUN1TV. f Who lioldi tlia hotmehold ona.and all As alavc lo tlia dopotle awify, llln every whlm r mlghty lw Tliat no one dare lo dlaobe ? My baby brotJicr. Who often li nlght'a atllly lionr, Abont Ihe lonely nlroke of on, hoth olten rale hl plerelng volca And ilng to Uie clellght of nono? My baby brothfir. Who roimi alono adown the tlr That bnmp and bantt hl precloiu noddlo And trlc at throwlnj oinnrault llefore ho hM lcarned how to toddte? M y baby brother. Who matilM mjr books and brlc-a.brnc, And imeth Ihcm for chowlng-guni, Who glgglcth at iny aoro dltrw, While duty holdi me aadly dumli ? My baby brotlier. Who wlll bo glad when baby'a old Enough to aufftr dlsclpllne And feet n ott he uwtl to feel Xhfi tmartlDg irn?criueuco of f ln t 111' etder brother I '. li. Terrv, Indtpendmt. It really seeiued as if tbu liliR had brought n blo'sing into tho house. GrBna riea and bams wero full to ovotflowlng, and iu tho c...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 3 October 1883

8 VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1883. Itcius of Intorcst. Onh In flvo ot tho cltlzons o( Utali oppose Mormonlsm. Tnn to New Hatcd mftnufacturer nfter whntn thn Yalo luck Is rmmed left nn ostate o( $8,000,000. Thr camols Introdnced Into Arlzona somo Ixteen yearo nfto havo o lncrcased In niitn bcrn as to lipcome troublesomo, and it Ia pro posed to hunt them. A mJNFt.owKit wlilclt fjrnw without any IperUI raro In tho irarden of ltav. K. B. Talmer of Ipswlcli, Mapa, inensutod tlilrteon Inolifo acro tho dlso and wolgliod fou.rn.nd one-hnlf pounds. Thk Now York pollffo nro ffctmcd of follow Infr yoiiDR cotiples In Ccntral I'ark, threatenlnR thelr arrPBt and Rcceptlng raoney to roleaao them. Poitlnns of the patk nra aald to lio aa bad n dlaorderly housea. Thr poptraaRter-peneral at Washington haB rquetod the rxwt-ofllce dorinrtment at Ottawn, Ootatlo, to furulnh hlm wlth a full accottnt of the worklnir of the poat-nfllee savlngs bank, Tne request haa been com...

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. — 10 October 1883

nran. BY W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1883. VOL. 78. 4017. NO. 52 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1883 (Jooil Chcor. The majorlty of our roaders havo doubtlesa recelved the October nuinber of Good Chter o wblch wo niade mendon two wccks f lnce. Vi havo sent out tbla Bample nuraber that all mlght see for thenucAves tbo nctual uietita ol tho paper and we now call tho attention of our patrons Bgs.ln to our llberal offer. Every old aub'crlber who wlll pay for The Watchman np to, or beyond, Octobor 1st, 18&1, wlll recelve Good Chetr one yeat khke. Every now Bub scrlber to Tiib Watchman who wlll pay for one year In ndvance wlll recelve Good Cheer one year vsucb. Every old subscrlber who has already pald to October lst, 188J, can have Good Cheer ono year vitEEby notlfying ua that he ia entltled to it. We are thus offerlngto all snbscrlbers, old or new, who pay in ad vanco two rAi'Kiis kou the rmoE of onk, The addltlonal reading matter thns glven wlth ont extra charge ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 10 October 1883

2 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAJL, WENDESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1883. qrkttlhtrnh T. II. 1IOSICINH, Newport, Vt., Killtor. UMUltll TilH APl'i.li TllKK. Sliaka, ahake Ihe bmticlieo I tka Itie beanttea itropt l'lty 'lla Ihe reJJot onw Ar Mwaja al tho topl Oh, wliat nnrrj ctaliuet (91rga.ll togcthrrt) Trlpln tline and ilngnrhjme, In Ihe Rutumn weallier. Plinhr, ahako tho branehea Onther every one, Koaygolden roguea they are, lllp-nlng In lliemul Tomroy holcla hls apfon white, (InS nll togatherl) Flre btlght wlll roaat 'em tljbt, In the Kutumn weMher. Hhatte, ahake Ihe branchei I Down, down they fallt We're to liaro a bun npleco , Itwegalherall. Now we're intrchlng home agaln (Slngalltogetherl) Lct Ihe raln fall amaln We'H aot mlnil the weathert Silver Dollars. Tbough farmers aro sometimes advisod by conceited gentlomen with college de- grees to ooDfiae tbeir thougbts to " Dur- ham cattlo and Rohan potatoes," and are supposed to be incapablo by nature of knowing anything about matters o...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 10 October 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAX,, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1SS3. 3 "VIIT." u v-f-t,Vct." Wlmt itOM It mMn Upon jonpolllet'afadpilcoat? Illalinml U linnl. nml tnmli aml browul ' 1 Cfen ac.tr along tlirnnl) lll oypa aw m llvlnK tr i ft ttill t 11 actoas-put month l fl-in and grlra. Mnthrr, whMl meana tlint llltle word Upon n sleevo ao wom and Ihln ? It mpnna, mr ctilM, tbat rugpid hand llas wleliteil nimkft lonnnd welll Uaa ap.nl tho Iron tlmn Ipr licme, Ard tnnpcl the toiig nf acrppclilng (hell, It m'ana Ihat, atcad y, a tauncti and ttue, lle f ilrly on Ihat tntcril acar, TYMIeyouand I aataafeatliotna Atid read tlio new abont the war. What won 'f r If ttie moulh la grlni, That aald 10 inany awtf t " good-ryea " T X.lfe'a common wordi are Idle brpath, Ilralde thoa earnwt b it'.lc-crlea. What wonder tf the gto la dlm, And yomler itrangely llogpr yet? ' The eye that hai lockeil ttmlght at Dpath 1U linage may not aooa forget. And Ihts l what It mpana to parn The tltle " Vnernn," on a...

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. — 10 October 1883

4 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WENDESDAY, 'OCTOBER 10, 1883. V KDNKSDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1883. Tai-$J.I)U ixt ynar, ntrlctljr In lutmncet or $2.S0 If not pnlrt wlthln three niontha. Tinc polltlcal sltuatlon in this state is a Bubjtct of Bome anxloty at Springfield, Mass. Howcver wido of tho mark rnay bo some of tho Republican't speculations, it is no doubt truo that thero has been somo pipe-laying dono by polltical mana gors. lt is not quite certain that tho polttical waters caa be trained into these oondults to irrigato tho fields of individ nal ambitions. Whatever " tbe macbitio with which Vermont is orodited may pro pose, it is for tho peoplo to dieposo of tho oflhes within their gif t to tho ablest and boat who can bo persuaded to tako them. For tho men forthebighoflicfs especlally, which are to bo filled noxt year, should tho peoplo keep their choice untrammeled. Whon tho time for deoision comes they wlll wish to choose independently, in tho light of f ull information. Th...

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