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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 9 June 1875

f, 0 G AL NJSWS. rW'rhnnrice Of (he BrilUT 01' T11E A(1E is OneDollar and Fifly Cents a year toMail Fnbscribers, anuvi;ioia vuiage cmoscnoiv.i tereetlby theGarrler. Ifnot vaiil in advance 60 cema extra wui oe cnargea n eacncasc OfflcoSubscribers mme as MailSubscrtbers. "My Suiuluy Evening Mnil" is wluit tlic girls term it now. We hacl n splondid rain ou Mon day, and it causcd vegetation to put on tlio broadest kind ot a smilo. To day (Tuesday) it h clear and cool. I5ov. Mr. Ilatch, a young niaii not yet lieensed, jireached in the Congre grfgational chiirch, last Smulay, two perinons which woul 1 havo donc honor to any D. D. in tlio land. Pev. Lewis W. llicks, tlio pastor is c.xpeoted to relurn Ironi his visit to Connecticut and Massacliusetts during tlio jiresent week. Last Friduy, the Woodstock 1'ost yiclded uj tlio ghost, aged 3 ycars 8 monllis and 7 davs. L. 0. Greeno ol' tlio Stumhvil, purchasing tlio subscrip tion list, some tyjie, etc. Tho Post was a newsy jiajier, cditod witl...

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 June 1875

Now l Lay Mc Down lo Slccp." It is said of tho late John Quincy Adams, tliat lio never went to bed without repcating tliis praycr, tho first tauglit liiin by thc motlicr whoso meni ory was so dear to liim to tho last. Thoro aro two little pocnis descriptive of a child saying this prayer, that aro among tlie tendcicst in our language, and we give them botli. Tlio llrst is from Putnam's Magaziue, now incrgcd into Sci'ibnor's Monthly : Goklen head so lowly beiiding;, Little fcet so white nnd bare, Dewy cyes, lmlf sliut, half opcncd, Lisping out her cvcning prayer. SVcll sho kuows when sho is saying, "Now I lay mo down to slecp," 'Tis to God that she is prnying, Praying him her soul to kccp. llalf aslccp and munnuriug faintly, "If I should dic beforc I wikc" Tiuy flngcrs clasped so saiutly "I pray tho Lord my soul to take." Oh, the rapturc swcel, unbroken, Of the soul that wrotc that praycr ; Childrcn's myriad voices floating Up to Ileaven, record it tliere. lf, of all that has been wri...

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. — 16 June 1875

TIIE PEOI'LE'S IHGIITS-llEIMtESENTATlVE DEMOCKACY-TIIE UNION AND TIIE COtfSTITUTION WITHOUT ANY INFRACTIONS . VOL. 35: NO 32 WOODSTOCK, VT., "WEMESDAY, JUNE 10, 1875. WIIOLE 1715 BV WILLFA3L . McMASTEK. Tehms $1.50inadv:i i ( al'tcrtlirco moutlis $1.75 ; at tho ciul of tho year, $2,00 Woodstock Business Cards. J. 11. .UUHDOCK, l'raclieal Walchinukor. ai.so, Kur.rs a FINE STOCK OF GOODS, J.f HIS B.3ii: T7 All Goodi iind Kepain Warrantcd us Ueprescntcd. . lG70tf. 11 E M () V U I) . G. W. COLTON, M. 1)., ima rcrnoved 1ns oflico and rosidonco to tho uppor end of tho l'ark two houses abovo tho Methodist Church, whero ho may ho found by tliOBO in want of hia profoasion'al Bcrvicea. Spocial attontion givon to disoasea of tho Eyo and Ear. Chrouio diaeasea troatod huccosh fully, ifcc. Ofllco daya Wodncsdays and Satur dy afternooiis. 1052 MARSII & SLAYTON, House, CnrriiiRe, Nign stml Oinameii tal l'aiatcrs. l'articular attendon giveu to 1'apor-IIanging, nnd Tinting Walla anu Ccilingg. Tho...

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. — 16 June 1875

8PIMT OF THE AGE, Wednsaday, Juno 16, 1875. Tho Jiulges of tlio New Ilamp shircSuperior Court of Judicature, havo sustained tho Govcnior suul Council, in dcclaring tliat Messrs. Priest aiul Proctor, were duly clected Senators from tho 2ikI and-lthDistriets, having rcceived a majority of tlio votes east in tlicir rcspectivc Distriets, in aeord auco with tlio Laws and Conslitution of tlio State. The Hcpublican votc for Govcnior, Person 0. Clicnoy was clected by Joint Conventioii, by sercn majority, on Wedncsday of last weck. The llepublicans of tho State liavo tho Govcnior, liailroad Oomniission, and tho IIouso of Reprcsentatives. While tho Detnocrats have the Coun cil, the Sonate, two out of thrco of tho Represoiitatives lo Congross, cte., cte. So tho Republieans can not do the Stato nuicli harm tliits year by evil lcgislation, and this is what makes them so saucy and ugly. The Jlississippi Demoerats aro going to introduco a new featurc into tlieir State Conventioii, which they lifiv...

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. — 16 June 1875

Windsor Co. Nezvs. cdTficiricc of the BrmiT ov the Aok.i Om Vollar aml Fifty Ocnts a ycar to Mail tinbscribir), and 81,75 to Yillagv Snbscrlbers tervedby theCarrler. Ifnot paiil in advance 50 cems extra icill be chargcd in each cn.'c OJlico tiu'jscribers same aa MailSubscrtbcrs. U'oolu(ock - Barnard Centcnnial to-morrow. lliteh up old "Dobin" aud go. You won't bo licro when it comcs routid agaiu. Boys should bo eareful not to go in Bwinunitig wherc ladies can see tlicm from tbc liouso witli a spy-glass. Ono of onr ministers (lately n resident here) lud his currant bushes entircly destroyed ly tliat post known as "currant worins." A fow days af ter Iie called on a pavishoner, and found liim iu liis gardcn looking over his bushes, which wero looking tlirifty and clean. Ministcr "IIow do you inanngo to kecp the wonns oiT your bushes ?" Parisliouer "I givo them hello borc, with tbc accent on the first syllablc." Lisfc Siniday wns a very cold day for tho soason. Early Monday morn ing a b...

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. — 16 June 1875

OIil TI.1IE AND 1. Old Tiino and I tho othcr nlght Ilad n carouso together j Thc winc waa goldcn, varm aiul bright- Ayc I just likc summer weather, Quoth I, "Ilerc's Christmas como nguiti, And I no fartliiiic riclier." Timo answercd, "Ah ! tho old, old strtiin I pnthco pasa tlio pitcher." "Why measurc nll your good iu gold ? No ropc of sand is wcaker ; 'Tis hard to get, 'tis liard to liold Corac, lad, flll up your beakcr. Ilnst thou not fouiul truc friends more truo, And loving oncs morc loving ?" I could but bay, "A fcw, a few ! So kccp thc liquor moviiur." "Hast thou not seen thc prosp'rous knavc Comc tlown a precioua tliumpcr ? His cheats dlsclosc ?" "I havo, 1 havc !" "Wcll, surcly that's a bumpcr ?" "Xay, liold a vlillc, 1'vc sccn thc just Find all their hopcs grow ilimmcr." "They will hopo on, atul strivo and trust" And conciucr !" "Thnt's a brimmer." " 'Tis not liecausc to-day is dark, No brightcr days beforc 'cm ; Tiiere's rest for cvery stormtosscd bark ;" "So be it ! I'ass...

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 June 1875

TIIE PEOPLE'S IMGIITS RBPIIESENTATIVE DE MOCRACY-TIIE UNION AND TIIE CONSTITUTION WITIIOUT ANY INFRACTIONS. VOL. 35: NO 34 WOODSTOCK, VT., WEDNESMY, JUNE-30, 1875. WHOLENO. 1717 BY WIU1A1 ... MASTEH. TniiMS Sl.SOiiuiilvi al'tcrthrco months $1.75; nt tho cud ot' tlio ycar, 2,00 Woodstock Businoss Cards. J. II. MUIIDOCK, Praetienl Waidnnukor. ALSO, KF.Kl'3 A FINE STOOK OF GOODS, OT All Goods aml Hopuirs Warrantcd as Kopresentcd. lG7Gtf. n e 31 o v i: J) . G. W. COLTON, M. D., iiaa renioved his offico aud rcaidouco to tha upper cnd of tlio Park two housos abovo tho Motliodist Chnrcli, whoro lio may bo found by thoao in want of liia professional Bcrvices. Special attontiou givcu to disoabos of tlio Eyo audEar. Chronio discaaoB treatod buccoss fully, Ac. Oftlco daya Woduesdays and Satur day aftornooas. ' 1052 MARS1I & SLAYTON, nu,i', C'an-iajjo, Sijfii niul Oriiaincii lal I'niitlur.s. Particular attontiongivon to Papor-IIanging. nnd Tintiug Walla and Coiliugs. Tho bost of Stoclc cons...

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 June 1875

SPIRIT OP THE AGE, Wodmsday, Juno3Q, 1875. Tlie Democratic Stato Central Coinniilteo of Missouii, nt a recont sessiou at St. Louis, adopted a resolu tion invitiwg, in behalf of tho Dcinoc racy of llmt city uiul State, the Na tional Democratio Convontion of 1870 to assemble in tliat city, aml pledge theniselves to jnako ample prepara tions for tlio rcccption aml nccomtno dation of all wlio como to it. The place proposed for holding thc Con venlion will be tho hnll of tho new Chamber of Coininorce building, which will be 235 fect long by 100 feet wido and 70 feet liigb, with galleries all nround tlie liall, and a capacity for seating 17,000 peoplo. A Fauoi: Exur.i). Under tlie above lieading a Washington despatcli of .Tuiie 20th says that llinds was acquit ted yesterday by tho jury of ilio Crim inal Couit, of tlie charges contained in one of tho several indictmciits found agaiust hini. Tho evidenco shoived lio had paid money to a clerk in tho Post Ofliee Departtnent, but it was not pr...

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 June 1875

Windsor Co. Neivs. CVTheprtce of the Rrniii oi thk Aar. is OneDollar and Fifty Cents a year tofail Snbscribers, and 81,75 to Village Subscribers served by theOarrier. Jfnot paid in adcance 50 eenis extra will be charged in cach case Office Subscribers same as Mail Subscrtbers. Woodstock' Great growing tiniL. Ilave you sct out your cubbagcs 1 The cry of hard timcs is heard in the lanrt. Tho little chap in tlio White House at Washington is all riglit, $50,000 a year. What dow he earc about "havd tiines?" The sun has turncd southward, aud tho nights begin to lcngthen. "Mose" Shei'biuo and one Rodney Johnsoi), had a bout of wrestliug in tho square, Saturday evcning. whieh afforded amusoniout for loafer.s. Mose beat in two falls out of three. Tliere is no niitigating circumslances about the aftair, as tho parties aro liviug. Suven of our young men are booked for a collegiate eourso at Dart mout as follows : James Morrill, Ed ward G. Hniley, Ciiarles Washburn, L. Arnold Barrctt, Edwartl M...

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 June 1875

Poetry. "UOOI BYE!" "Good bye, good byc I" ah, liglitly Bald, In chililhootl antl in youtli, Beforo our cartlily hopcs nro llcd Or soiled our cnrly trutli. Tlici'e 19 no fcellng in our licnrt Alllpd to aught of paln, And whcn with laughlng glauce vc part, 'Tis but to mcet tignin. liut timc specds on with llecling wing And stcals our j-outh nway, And wo cau hail 110 sccond spring No second dawning day. And they who sliarcd eacli sniile uiidsigli Arc clianging, too, as fast Ali ! who ean tcll ? tlio next "good bye" May not bc likc thc last. We strugglc on inoro feebly now In saduess or in pain, Timo's furrows dcep upon our brow, Ilis inemories in our brain. And, oli I how painfully tbey come Dim dreams of bj'gono hours Fond visions of our cliildliood's honic Its stinshinc and its ilowcrs. Still slcaling onward, day by tlay, Timo's sbadows fall morc fast, Anchvcarily wctrcad our way, Still toiling to the last. We cannot stop, wo cannot rcst Timo's shadows dec-pcr lio ; . Ah 1 liappy vr...

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. — 21 July 1875

TIIE PEOPLE'S lUGIITS-UEl'RESENTATIVE I) HMOCRACY TIIE UNION AND TIIE CONSTITUTION WITIIOUT ANY INFRACTIONS . VOL. 35: NO 30 WOODSTOCK, YT., WEMESMY, JULY 21, 1875. WIIOLEM 1719 15V WILLIAH l. McMASTER. Teiims $t.50lnuilvi i nt'tcrtbree montbs gl.75 r at the cnd of tbo ycar, $2,00 Woodstock Business Cartls. J. R. MURDOCK, Practical Watchmakei'. ALSO, KEEl'S A FINE STOOK OF GOODS, IN ins i.ini: O AU Goods nnd Rcpairs Warranted as Heprcsonted. 1076tf. ' R E 31 0 Y E 1) . G. W. COLTON, M. D., ba remoYed hia oflko and reaidonco to tha upper ond of tbe Park two houaea abovo tlio Metbodist Churcli, wbero ho may bo foutid by tboao in want of bis profoaaional acrvicoa. Spocitl attontion givon to diacuos cf tbo Eya ana jiar. unronic maoaaoa trcatea buccoss fully, 4c. Offlco days Wodncadaya and Satur day aftornooua. 1932 MARSII & SLAYTON, llouse, tlarriagf, Sljrn aml OrnaiiK'ii- tul l'aiutcrs. Particular attontion given to Papor-Hanging, nd Tmting Walla and Coilings. Tbo bost of Stock con...

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. — 21 July 1875

8PIRIT OF THE AOE, Wednesday, July 21, 1875. GhuijnJUck Pahty. A eonvcn tion in tho intcrest oftlio Giconbaclc liarty, is ealled lo nieet al Delroit, Micli., Aug. 25th, aml li. E. Buller, V. 1). Kelly :uxl Moses W. Eiehl and otlici'ri uro uxpc.clod to address tlio nieetiug. The l'rcsiUeiit'.s raitlHoii. Lo.vci Bkanoii, N. .1.. Jm.v 11. Mrs. Algcruon Snrtoris, dauglitor of President Grant, gave birth, tliis niorning, to n iinu boy weighing ten and a liali pounds. The Democrnts of Jliniiosota havc nominaled au excellent Stato tiekct, lieadcd with tlio namo of I). L. Euell, Governor. Ainong oth- or good things the Detnocracy of tliis new Stato, Kesolve, "tliat tlio Nationnl Govenniient is a goveniineiit of limit ed and delegatod powers, supreme within its sphere, whilo the great bulk of the rights of Iho pcoplu niust lind their safeguard in tlio Htatos and the poople theinselves. Tliat we aro opposed to all attcnipts to limit the frocdorn ot the piess of tlio eountry. A return to gold ...

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. — 21 July 1875

Windsor Co. Ncws. tSS'THeprtee of the Bmut of thb Aout's Om Dollar and Fifly Centa a ycar to Mall SnbscrVws, and 1,75 to ViUaji; Snbscrlbers neroed by theCarrier. Ifnot paid in adoancc 50 cemscxtra mllbe eharfjed in eachcase Ojjioe Su'jscribers same as Mail Subscrttiers. Woodstock. - Francis Clark, Esq , aud lamily left town this wcek for a vacation al ilio sca-side. Frank C. Ilalcli (Philo) 's rusti cating at North Soituate, Mass. Ile enjoys life, and mskcs friends whcr cver he goes As Ed. Fny was driving a load of liay to liis stablc, tlio otlier day, liis little boy and rirl were 011 tlie load, whcn both fell off, tlio lioy breaking his collar-boue, tlio girl os cnyiing injuiy aud calliug it "fun." The boy ia so far recovercd as to be out. Wc jmblisli 111 to-day's VKijier a list of ndverlisenients iVom the wcll known ndvertisiug agcney of S. M. Pettengill & Co., lioston. The ad veriiseinents arc from lcading biisincss ln Hostou pml I'liiludclnhia. Look them over, and if you s...

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. — 21 July 1875

Poetry. Th Jjoncly Ilcnrl. The following pathctlc lyric was written liy the Kev. Clmrlcs Wolfo, nuthor of the llnes on "The llutial of Sir Jolin Moorc," nnd, though publislicrt in his works, is not gcncrally known. For slnging it is ndapted tothc Irisli alr "Grnmmachree." Wolfc salil he on one occii&ion sung tlie air over aud over till ho hurst into a flood of tears, fn whicli mood he composcd the lyrlc. If I hnd thouglit tliou couldst have died, I nilght not weq for thee , Hut I forgot, whcn by tliy side, Tliat thou couldst niortal bc ; It never through my mind had passcd The time wouUl c'cr ho o'cr, And I on thee should look my last, And thou slioulilst pmile 110 more. And still upon that face X look, Aud think 'twill smile again, And still the thouglit I will not brook That I niust look in vain. Llut whcn I speak, thou dost uot say Wliat thou ne'er left'st unsaid . And now I feel as wcll I may, Sweet Mary ! thou art dead. If thou wouldst stay e'en as thou art, All cold nnd al...

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. — 28 July 1875

TIIE PEOPLE'S ItlGUTS REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCllACY TIIE UNION AND TIIE CONSTITUTION WITIIOUT ANY INFUACTIONS . VOL. 35 : NO 37 WOODSTOCK. VT., TONESDAY, JULY 28, 1875. WHOLENO. 1720 II Y WlLLIA.il i). McMASTIilt. Tr.itMS 31.50 inadvi . i- nfterthrcemonths $1.75 at tlio cnd ot' tho ycar, $2,00 Woodstock Busincss Carils. J. R. AlUUUOCk, Praclieal Wiuciuiiiikiii". ALSO, KEEIM A FINE STOOK OF GOODS, i iiin i.ini: (JT AU Gooda and Bcpairs Wairaiitcd as Rcprescntcd. lG7Gti 11 E M 0 V E I) . G. W. COLTON, iL D., bna rcmoved bia offico aud residonco to tha nppor ond of tho Fark two housos abovc tlio Mothodist Church, whoro ho inay bo fouud ly thoso in want of his profosaional Bcrvices. Spociil attontion givcn to diaoibea of tho Eyo aud Ear. CUronio disoaRCB treatod buccoss fully, &c. Offlco daya Wodncsdaya and Satur day afternoons. 1932 MARSII it SLAYTON, IIoiisc, Carriagc, Sifjn aml Oinaiiifii lal Iniii(crs. Particular attontion givon toPaper-Hangtag, and Tinting Walls and CoUinga. Tho bo...

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. — 28 July 1875

8PIRIT OF THK AOB, Wodnesday, July 28, 1875. Tlitj Oliio IM'mocriils. Tho Deiuoeracy of Oliio opuu ed tho campaign by a grand nicctiug at Gal lipolis, on Wednesday of last week. It is estimated lliat tully l.",000 per sons attendcd it, cotiiinii not nnly iVoin that, btit thf siiiTOiindiiig eoun tics. Jolm A. Vnnce prosulod. rfpecdien wero made by Clov. Allon, IIoii. Gcorgo II. Pondk'tou and ith ens. Pendleton, in tlie eourse of his temarks, said tho Democrats do not t'avor u depreeialod cuncney. lie tliougbt he inteipreled tho opinion of tho paity aud platfonn when lio de clared they wero in t'avor of coiu as the basis of currenoy ; tliat a papcr ciiiTency sliould be convertibh. into coin at par ; tliat tho party dot-ire a lettini to spceie payincnts as speodily jh the inteiests of labor and busiiiost. will permit ; tliat we would bo glnd to rcturn immediatcly to honor and good faith aud juslii.v would ponnit, and it wero possible. Thu Domocrat ie pai t is not now and novorhas boon ...

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. — 28 July 1875

Windsor Co. Nezvs. &rTheprice of thc Spiiut of tiie Aok is One Vollar and Fifty Cents a yvar lo Ma i Hnbscrlbers, and $1,75 (o Village Hubscribcr.i served by theCarrier. Ifnot paid t';i advance ou cems exlra icul be cliargea tn eacn case Ojjlce Subscribers cnmc as Mailhubscrtbers. Woodstock. L. A. Miller has publishcd a neat little pociu in blank verse one of his best cllbits entitled : "To Mr. Ran dall ot lio cngiiio Winooski, 011 tlie Wooodstock K. K." It is for salo at the post-ofliee at two cjuts a copy. Mcssrs. Cusliing tfc Abbott have put ii a restaurant at thc Quechee Gulf. Tho Hand will play in the Paik Friday evening ncxt. liegular Dog-Day wealor liot, eold, wet, cloudy -all by tnrns. ltcad thc advcrtisemont hondod "Sinmnir-Books" on the outsiile of this paper. A couple of yoinig ladies of the highest vespectahility were ehased to their honies lrom the street one cven ing last week by a couple of insurance 'drummers" from out of town. What are we comingto 1 Ts this tlie...

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. — 28 July 1875

Poetry. mm klesn the iwit.w, (Jod blcs3 llio farm tlio dear old liirm ! Clod bless its evcry rood, "Where willlng lienrts aml sturdy nrras Cnn eam an bonest llvclihooil ! Can froiu tlio ccarso and fertilo soil Wn hack a lecompcnso for.toil, Goil blcss each nieailow, llcld, and nook, Ecgemmcd with faircst ilowerB, And every leaf tlnt's gcntly shook By cvening bcczo or liiorning sliowcra ; (Jod bless thcm all ! each leaf's a gem In iinturo's gorgcotis diadem. Tho orchards tlmt, in early spring, Blush rich in fragrant flowers, And with each autumn surely bring Tlicir ivcaUli of frnits in goldcn showcrs ; Likc pomcgranatcs on Aaron's rod, A miraclo from Kature's C.od. And may IIc bless tlic t'armer's home, Where pcace and plenty roign ; No liappicr spot 'ncath licaven's high domo Doth this 'oroad, hountcous carth contain, Tlian whe-'c, secnro from caro and strifc, Tlio fanncr lculs his pcaceful lifc. Unvexcd by toil and trlcks for gain, IIc turus tlio fcrtile mould ; '1 lien scattcrs on...

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. — 4 August 1875

TIIB PEOPLE'S RianrS-HBI'llBSENTATIVK I) EMOCRACY TIIE UXION AND TIIE COXSTITUTION WITHOUT AX Y INEIIACTIONS . r0L.85: NO 38 WOODSTOCK, VT., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1875. WHOLEKO. 1721 BY WILLIA.U i. McMASTEll. 'l'r.UMa $1.50inadvi i i al'tcrthreomonths S1.75; at tho ond of the year, Woodstock Biisiii8ss Cards. J. II. MUlinOIJK. I'rjietieal WafclmiakiT. AI.SO, KKEPS X FINE STOOK OP GOODS, ts iais i.i.'vi: O" A1I Goods and Kcp.iirs Warrantcd as Ucprescntcd. l(J7Gtf. II J3 I 0 V II 1) . G. W. COLTON, M. D., aiH rcmorod Iiis oSi and rcsidonco to tha uppor nd of tho Park two housoa abovo tlio Mothodiat Churcb, vhoro hs may bo found bytboio inwant of his profejaion.il servicos. Spechd attention given to disofes cf tho Eyo and Ear. Ciironic diseasos treatoJ succoss fully, ftc. Oflieo daya V0duc9dayfl and aatnr day aftornoons. ' 1032 MARSII & SLAYTOX, Ilouve, Ciivriugv, Sin aml Oriiamcii lul l'niiilcrs, Particulir nttsmion aivon to Papor-IIanging. andTiutmg Walla and Coilinga. Tho best of...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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SPIRIT OP THIS AOE, Wotlnostlay, August 4, 1875. Tho Dcmocrnts of jMarylaud havo noininated tlie followiug truc-bluo state tiekot, iiamoly : For Go-vcrnor Johu I.co Carrol, of liowaid. For GomptroVer-r-..y Woollbrd, of b'oinerscl. For Allunu'n Goiernl (.!. .1. .M Gwynn, of Baltimore, Charlos i.eo Carrol, the noiuitiec for Govoiiior, is thc graiu'.son ot'Chas. Curroll, of CaiTolloii, who signcd his iiaine lo thc Declarution of Iiidcpi'ii denco, so dt'liiiiU'ly and iispiiiitii- ly. : , The Detroit (Mich..) Frrc J'nsx says : 'As long as the Intorior Dopait iiient is a.sinkdiole of c;oii'iijiticiii, so long will tho press eiitioise its lii'iul, ' and so long, we snppose, tho l'lesidout will stand liy Delatio." tioniral Cussiiis M. C,iy lias becn iuterviowed on politienl tnatlcrs. Tlu1 Sehura-dinner liieu and the Aduins inen, he tliinks, can iioinoi'c reproduee tlie t'iiieiiinati iiiovoiiient than they can ivnnimuto the Iiuroi's d 1770; and tlu Deinooracy cannot allord to tiiit-t inen wh...

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