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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 15 December 1875

Windsor Co. Ncws. tfS"Thtvrlce of thc SnniT of tiir Aur.i OMDsllar and Fifty Ccnt.i a yeav to Ma finbsertiem, and 81,75 to Village Subserlben $erwl by theOarrler. Tfnot paiiX in advance 00 cenu iextra mUlbe charged in cachcasc Qflce Subae.'lber ?ame a.i MailSubscrtbers. Woodstooli. H. 11. TIME TABLE. Leavo Woodstook at 10.45 a. ua. 3.B0 p. d.01) 1.17 4.22 1.15 1 55 1.15 p. m. 1.03 2.15 2.20 3.33 2.45 tliat tlio Taftsville, 10.0? Quochoo, 11.10 Dowoy'A 11111, 11.15 Hartford, ll.M Arrlvo W. It. Junct. Loavo W. H. ' .Hartford, Dowoy's Mill, Quochoo, Taftavlllo, Arrivo Woodstock, 11.13 7.10 a. Jii. 7.18 7.18 7.53 8.10 8.20 Wc arc idad to licur courtcous ilreinaii of tlie Winooski, Mr. Aithur Ward, iu been lotainacl as enginecr, nml knows Iiis busincss. As a Mr. Angoll who keeps liouso in tliu tli'ud story ot tlio Anderson block, iu Phcunix row, va boiling sonio meat ibr his Siuulay snpper, he stepped out a ininute, tlio fat boilod over and inado a blazu. Sonio ono passing at the timc sa...

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. — 15 December 1875

Poetry. THE HAPPY IIOUK. Tho busy day is over, Tho household work is donc, Tlio cnres tlmt frct the morning Ilavo faded with the sun ; And in thc tender twiliglit I slt in happy rest, AVith my darllng little baby Asleep upon my brenst. "White lids,witli silken fringes, Shut out the waniug light ; A little hand close folded Ilolds niamma's fingcrs tight ; And in their soft, white wrappings, Atlast in pcrfcct rcst, Two dainty fcet arc cuddlcd Like birdics in a ncst. All hopes aud love umvorthy Depart at this swcet hour, All true and noble longing8 Renew their holy powcr ; For Christ, who in thc Virgin Our mothcrhood has West, Is ncar to every woman With a baby on her breast. Coiul'ort ol' the C'otv. At a latc Dairy Convention at El g'tii, 111., President Faville maile tho following reinarks on taking care of cows : I ain not going mtothe detail of tlie care of tlairy cows, but will lay down onc jenercl principle. This, 1 lliiuk, if carricd out ui tho tninutin, will sc cure tho dosired...

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. — 22 December 1875

- ' " jjir tJ:'- TIIB PEOPLE'S II I G IITS It EPR ES BNT AT1 V K DBMOOBAOY-TIIK UNION AND TIIK CONSTITUTION WITHOUT ANT INFItAOTIONS . WOODSTOCK, VT., WEDNESMY, DEOEMBER 22, 1875. whole m.-mi VOL. 36 NO : G Y miLTAl! i'. McMASTER Tkums 81.50 inadvi i nl'tcrtlircomonths gl.76; nt tho end oi' the year, '$2,00 POETBY. TJicISiilliid oln GrncNoiuo ftulcli oi', niHl liis MausnK" iHiieliine. :ui(i tlic 3iir liittlo Ciiildrvu. It was a grucsomc butchcr, "With countenance saturnine ; IIc stood nt tho iloor of hia little shop, It was the hour of ninc. Tho children goinj; by to school Looked in ut the open door ; Thcv lovcd to ssc the sausago inachiue, Ainl heiU' its nwful roar. Tiie uuicncr iie iookdu oih uuu ui, Thea horribly he swore, Next yiuvned, thcn, smiling, he ltcked his chops ; Quoth ke : "I.ife's an avful bore ! "Now her'S allthcse ilear little children, Somo on 'cm mlght vc to he sixty ; Why-shouldn'tl savc'em the trouble to wunst Au' chop 'em up slippcrty lickety ?" So he winked t...

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. — 22 December 1875

SPIRIT OF THE AGE, WcdnestUy, Decombor 22, 1875. Tho llon. D. G. Donison, our worthy Keprescntativo in Coiigivss, Volcd laat wcek ugainst ii losolution in tlio Ilonse. opposing tlio Third tcnn for Grant. Wliat u "Itejorm" Hopnblican "our" mcniber is. Tlie Domocrals ot' tlie Dislnet aro now getling tlieir ay for voling for liiin in Novotnbcr 1 87-1 . llojio thoy wiil nol ';c rauglit in tliat trap again. Tlio resoliitiou howoVor was adopted by a votcs ol'yons 2i2. Nays IN. At tlio city olection, liohl iu Bos ton on Tuosdny tha lltlt inst., Muyor Cobb was ro-elected for t In thiid tcnn liy a plnnility of :?,(()(! voks. Ilalsoy .1. Boardniuu the PonKX'inlio eandidute recwvod l'2,2"n votcs. Uislioj) llavi'ii. (ol'tho iMothodist Ejiiscopal dcnoniination,) at a tiunday School Union al Graco Churcli, Tom ple Strcel loston. iveoutly held, ul ed his Meth'odit biethreii lo "pmi that Prenhkut (Irant uutylic ir elcctcd, Aio tho .Mothodists ol thc coimtry ooming out Tliiid tcrmh.ts ! Who will nii...

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. — 22 December 1875

Windsor Co. News. ifSTTkeprlce of the Spimt of tiie Aaei. One Dollar and Fifty Cents a year to Max Snbscriben, anat)i,i5to viuage nuoscnuo-s tereedby theCarrier. Ifnot paid in advance 50 cenu extra will be characd in each case OfflceSubscribers same as MailBubscrlbers. WoodHtocU. R. R. TIME TABLE. Lcave Woodstock at 10.45 a. m. 3.50 p. Taftsville, 10.57 1-00 Quochoe, 11.10 4.17 Uowey'n Mill, 11,15 4.22 Hartford, 11.35 4.45 Arriva W. R. Junct. 11.45 4 55 Lo&ve W. K. " 7.10 a. m. 1.15 p. in. Hartford, 7.18 1.S3 Dowoy'sMill, 7.43 2.15 Quechee, 7.53 2.20 Taftsville, 8.10 3.33 Arrive Woodstock, 8.20 2.45 IIow to "raiso tlio wind" blow yourown liorn. Last Sunday cvcning wasn't pleasant at all for parties at the iront gate. Tlie thernumeter va? very feeblc. The weather has been as licklo as a fair one for the past weck. Sunday morning was raw and bhutorinir ; Monday morning the thermoineter stood in some parts of the village at 32 below zero, and Tuesday morn ing it kai.ved ! IIow is 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. — 22 December 1875

Poetry. X lualtcr's Chrlstinns-Evc. llow elow nnd soft tho snow-dresa falls Upon the vino-deserted walls, As if somo gracious soul, intent Upon the ono swcct dced it mcant, Since in Its graco sucli beauty lay, Shotild wrap cach barc tlilng on tho way, Till all things whito aiul whltcr grow, Exccpt the shadows Earth must thiw. Tho tcntlcr gray, tho penceful white, A Qunker sctting mako to-niglit ; And so thiu lnoonshinc, which !s sliade Only a little lightcr ltiid, Into niy hcart-still mood has crcpt, "With such a glow as sunrise kcpt "Whcn youth and Uenjamin were niiiii'. Ali ! swift the slowest years ino'litie, And sunriso lms no story now To movo me like tho night and siuw. If those uuquiet bclls would cease Clashing thcir peals across this peace, lt sccms the hour's raro silentnesa TJ'en world hcarts might cliido and blcw, And lift the lowcst heavcnwnrd To greet tho birtlulay of tho Lonl. I can not think the Ioudest bclls Can uttor what a puro voico ttlls ; Tho Spiril needs 110 b...

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. — 12 January 1876

TIIE FEOPLE'S BIGHTS-ltRl'ItESENTATIVK D E1IOCRACY TIIE UNION AND TIIE CONSTITUTION WITHOUT AN? INFHAGTIONS . WOODSTOCK, VT., TONESMY, JANAURY 12, 1870. WIIOLE NO. 1744 VOL. 30 NO 8. MY WrLLIAi! U. JlcMASTEK TnitMS 31.50 inadvi'i'V aftertlirco months 91.75 ; nt tho cnil of the ycar, 2,00 PO ETBY. N I (i II T . Night is tlic tirac for rest j IIow swcet when labors close, To gathcr round our nching brcast The curtain of repose ; Stretch tho tired limbs and lny tho head lTpon our own dolightful bcd ! Night is tlic timo for drcains ; Tho gay romance of lifc, When truth tlmt is and truth that seems, Blcnd in fantnstic slrife ; Ah ! visions less bcgtiiliug fur Tlian waking drcams by day-light are. Night is the timo for toil ; To plough tho clasaic ficld, Intent to find tlie buricd spoil Its wcalthy furrows yield ; Till all is ours that sagos taught, That poets sang, or herocs wrought. Night is tho timo to wcep ; To wct with unscen tears Tliose graves of mcmory, where sleep Tlie joys of ot...

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. — 12 January 1876

8PIMT OF THE AGE, Thursday, January13, 1876. Landis of'Viuelaiitl, New Jerscy, lias becn iiulictcd by tho Grand Jury, for tho tnunlcroi'Editor Carruth. AlexanderStevcns is quito Alexauder standa it well, for a sick. nmn that has to have :i weiglit put upon him to keep tho draf't I'rom blowing him ahout the rooui The Lebanon (N. 11.,) jYiioj comes to us in an eniargeu lonn, is well cdited, well printcd, and Demo- eratic to thu eorc. Tho peoplo liave long needed Hiieli a pnjiur 011 thc border to take earo ol the John Browns wlio inaku oxcursions uito that State from Vermont about elec tion tiine. Suceess to voii, Urother Kendall. Win. II. Whcelur is a little dis gruntled, becauso we said in last week's lssue that he was Betting type in the Farmer ofliee, and haa written us a threcUeninij letter on the subject. IIo necdii't be worried, tbr better inen than he is have to sel type for aliving. St. Albans has had a nine days wonder. A bad little boy from Mil loro, (N. II.,) named Jimniy B...

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. — 12 January 1876

Windsor Co. News. &x"Tlienrice of the SriniT or the Aania One DDllar and Fifty Cents a year to Mall Snbsemers, ana $1,70 to vtuage Hubscribera aeroed by theCarrier. Ifnot paid in advance 59 ceni) extra will be charged in eaeh case Ojicetsn'jscnoera aame as Mau subsertbers. Woodstock. R. R. TIME TABLE. Learo Woodstock at 10.45 a. m. 3.50 p. m Taftsville, 10.57 4.00 Quochco. 11.10 4.17 Deivov'a Mill, 11.16 . 1.22 Hartford, 11.1)5 4.45 Arrivo W. 11. Junct. 11.45 4 55 Loavo W. U. ' 7.10 a. m. 1.15 p. m. Hartford. 7.18 1.53 Dowoy'B Mill, 7.48 2.15 Quoclieo, 7.53 2.20 Taftsville, 8 10 3.33 Arrivo Woodstock, 8.20 2.45 Doatli iias ciossed our thrcshold again. Siuce tlie last issnc of this pa icr one short wcek our only ehild, Chavley E., a loving and bolovcd oliild ol eiglit suimners, lias passcd tlio por tals of llio lonib, and lillcd our liouse liold with gloom and sorrow. Al. thougli a stiftorer all his lifo, lio died quiefly at last. He was taken sickin tho evcning, and before the 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. — 12 January 1876

Poetry. Tlio ItiiHtlc JLovcrH. BY JlAltY 1). DOUOK. rf wo artless souls I met, to-day, A palr of homcspun lovere ; As llghtaomo nnd na careless they As aught tlie suushino covers. Stray moths that float tho sumuier tbrough Had winglcss scemed bcsidc thcra, Wuo, wliolly glad, found naught to do With -vliat might yct betide them. Aloug the busy streets they atept, Their nrms close intertwisted, And of the crowd no record kept While one to othcr listeued. I could not liear a word they said, Yet quick, returning glancea Between thcm spoke of spirits wed Like those of old romances. The satchcl swinging on his arm, 111s garmcnts quaintly flttcd, Her old-time dress yet girlish charm, AH held mc while they flitted. I saw they would not barter one Of elthcr's valued kisses For auy riches under sun That makc up meaner blisses. And then I thought liow heaven comes down To bless tho simplc-hearted, Wiio lmvc no carc for fashion'a frown, Nor fear but to be partcd. .llurcltiiiK out ol Ejrjpl. In ...

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. — 19 January 1876

TIIE PEOPLE'S RIG-IITS REPRESENTAT1VE DEMOCRACY-THE UNION AND THE CONSTITUTION WITIIOUT ANY INFIIACTIONS , YOL. 36 NO 9. WOODSTOCK, VT., WJMESDAY, JANAURY 19, 1876. WIIOLE NO. 174 5 BY WILLJAM I). JlcMASTEIt UI'f.ums 31.50 inadvtnco aftcrtlircemonths ..." i .. iv. a $1.70 ; at tne cuu oi mu ycnr, PO ETBY. The Itcligioii r irmUbnis. IIc was of that stublrorn crew Of errant saitits, wliom all m3ii grant To ba the trus church. militant ; Such as do build their fnith upon The holy text of pikc aiul gun ; Decide all controversies by Xufalliable artillery, And provo their tloctrine orthodox By apostolic blows and knocks ; Call flre, and sword, and desolation A godly, tliorougli Refonnatien, WJiicli always must bc carried on And still bc doing, nevcr donc ; As if rcligion were intended For notliing clso but to mended. A sect wIiobo cluef devotion Uc3 Iu odd pcrvcrse antipathics ; In falling out with that or tliis, And flnding soraewhat still amiss ; More peevish, cros3, and splenetic, Than...

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. — 19 January 1876

8PIMT OF THE AGE, Wednesday, January 19, 1876. Mrs. Andrew Johnson, wif'o oi' ex President Julmson, died nt tlio res idenco of her datighter, Mrs. Judge Paiterson, near Green ville, Tenn., at 11 o'clock on tho night of tho 17tli. Representatives ofvariotis citios liave been to Washington to try to havo tlie Kepiiblioan National Convcn tion lit'ld in tlieir lcspectivo citics. T ho city of tlie eow and latnp stood well, but Cincinnati beat her, and we road, "The next union republicaii na tional oonvcntioii for tho noin'mation of candidak's for president and vicc president of thoUnitod Slatos will bc hcld in tho city of Cincinnati on 'Wed nesday, tho fourteeiilh day of Jiui", 187C, at noon." Tlie Cincinnatians will do well to look out for their spoons and thitige. The lirst gun of tlie political oam paign is now being loaded in the Old Granite State, and will bo tired ofF thcsecond Tuesday in March. The uotnitiaiioiis for Governors of tho three parties in the field are as follows Tho D...

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. — 19 January 1876

Windsor Co. Neivs. nyTUc prlce of the SnittT of thc Aas is One Psllar aml Ftfly Cents a year to Mail Hnbaeribers, aml $1,75 to Vtllagv Subscrlbern nercedby IheUarricr. IfnotjiaiO, inailuance fiO cenis extra will be charqetl in each cane OJIlceSab.wibfr.1 mme as Mailliubticrlbers. Woodstock. 11. i. TIME TABLE. Loavo Woodstock at 10.15 a. m. it.GO p. m TaftsviUo, 10.57" 1.00 Quocheo, 11.10 1.17 Dewov's Mill, 11.15 t.2'J Hartford, 11.35 1.15 Arrive W. It. Juuct. 11.45 155 Loave W. It. " 7.10 . m. 1.15 p. m. Hartford, 7.18 1.53 Dowoy'HMill, 7.13 L'.lfi QuecUoo, 7.53 2.20 TaftsviUo, 8.10 3.33 Arrivo Woodstock, 8.20 2.15 The Plymouth Dramatie Club gttvo u wlhn entciiaiiimeni, eutitlecl "Unclo Tom's Cabi,." at tlio Town lliill Tucsdny evening to n sinall audi onee. Sehool boya here cairy loadcd pistols. Two ofihem got inlo u jan gle tlio other day and one of tlii'in drew his iron on liis untagonisl. It is vcry nuich regrotted tli.it it did not go olf at both euds. Tlic weather is wonderful...

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. — 19 January 1876

Poetry. WINTEK'S IIOI'E. Tlie aiitumn days nro done all flovm ; Tho ycllowlng leavca from oft tho trecs Are shed, with ead nnd doleful raoan Of whi9tling whul and mournful breeze. Tho cumbercd carth beura far and ncar Thoso suddenincr signs of autumn's dcath j And Ieaflcss forests, nioist and drear, Oppress us with thclr breatli. But lct us look around once more Is therc 110 bcani to checr our Bight ? No rift in thcsc dark clouds ? Ah 1 sure, We are not left without sonie light ? No I 'tis not so I E'en whlle we gaze, Bee from yon hill tlie red sun rise, Illumining with his cheering roys Tho earth that all so darkly lics. And in descrted liedgerow springs Tho hawthom berry, brave and briglit ; While perchcd atop the robiu shigs His clear, swcet fiong with all his raight. Our life will coniu to autumu lioura, And all may chill and dreary scem, But even then wo'll flnd sonie flowers, And even then some joyous beam. Repine not, thereforc, that thy youth And manhood's primo so Bwiftly f...

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. — 26 January 1876

u4iki! u tf. TIIE PEOPLE'S IUGIITS REPRESENTAT1VE D BMOORACY TIIE UNION AND THE CONSTITUTION WITHOUT A.NV INFItACTIONS . VOL. 30 N0 10. WOODSTOCK, VT., WEDNESMY, JANATJRY 26, 1876. WHOLE M. 174 UY WILLLOl 1). JLcJIASTIiR Tr.iiMs ?t.(50inmlvi i.- nflcrthrec months SlJSi at the cml o( the year, $2,09 P O T"BY"i Time to mo thls truth hath taught, 'Tis a trutli that's worth revcaling : Jloro offeml from want of thought, Than from any want of feeling. If advice wo would convey, Thcre's n time we should convey it. If we've but a word to say, Tliero's a time in which to say it. Many a bcauteous llowcr dccay, Though wo tend it c'er so nnicli, Somcthing secret on it plays, Which 110 liumau a'ul cui toucb. So, in many n loving brcast, Lies somo canker grief concealed, Tliat, if touchcd, is more oppressod, Lcft unto itself is hcaled ! Oft, unknowingly, the tonguo Toaclies on a chord so acliing, Tliat a word, or accent wrong, Pains tlie lieart almost to breaking. Many a tear of woundcd pridc, M...

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. — 26 January 1876

SPIKIT OF THE AGE, Wednesday, January 26, 1876. Thc Page clique is under again just where they belong. Tlie Supreme Conrt has just renderod a deoision in the quo xcarranto case concerning the Ccntrnl Vermont road, dismissing thc petition of ox-Gov. Fage and estab lishing the validity of tlie clection at the last amuial lneeting, the Sniith board of direetors, aml tho legality of thu isiiit ot the stock to .Mi-Latigdeii, of Montpelier, and Lan suig .Millis, ol Boston, u few minules before tlie olcction, Tlio judges set-ting- were Chief Justice Pierpoint, Wheeler, ltedfield and Ros?. The opinion wa given by Judge Redlield und iselear and explicit. Thu Hon Daniel Marcy, the Democratic notuinee for Governor of New Ilniiiijshire, was boin in that istateNovT, 1809. When 12 years ot aao lie becatne a eailor, and at 20 was nmter of a ship. In 1853 an Til lie was a ineinber of the New IIamisliire Legislature, and iu 1856 and 'o7 he was a nieiubor of tho State Senate. Ile was subsequontly eng...

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. — 26 January 1876

Windsor Co. Nezus. rff'Tlieprtce of the Si'intT or ruv. Aoei'j One Dsllar and Fifty Ccnta a year to Mail Snbicri'jers, and 61,75 to Village Subscrlberx .wrvsdby theCarrier. Ifnot paid in advance 5J cents extra wlllbe charned in eaehcase OJlceSu'jscribsra tame as MailSubscrlbcrs. Woodstock. R. R. TIME TAIJLE. loavo Woodstock at 10.15 n. m. .1.50 p. m Taftsville, 10.57 4-00 Qnechoo, 11.10 1.1" Dowoy's Mill, 11.15 1.22 Hartford, 11.35 1.15 Arrivo W. It. Junct. 11.45 1 55 Loavo W. U. ' 7.10 a. m. 1.15 p. m. Hartford. 7.18 1.53 Dowoy'i Mill. 7.1S 2.15 Quoehoo, 7.53 2.20 Taftsvillo, H.io :).:):) Arrivo Woodstock, 8.20 2.15 The Lecturo hy Kcv. O. H. llul bert, President ot Middlebury Col lege, which was to bo dclivered at the Town Ilall, this (Wcdncsday) evening, is postpotied unlil Wcdnes day cve., Feb. 2nd, on neeount of illness of the leeturer. TheAnnual Mceling of Engine Company Xo. 2, was held J.tn. 8th, and eleoted tlie following olliccrs : Foreman, Chailes Oobb ; lst Assis.1 ant, II...

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. — 26 January 1876

Poetry. A Poet'H C'onMluiu'j . A MADP.IQAI,: BY JOIIJJ Q. 8AXK. 0 praise ia ever sweet to henr j In simple candor I confcss it ; And tlieu, I owu, tis doubly dcar, Whcn lnving llps, llko yours, exprcso it. And yet, whcn calinly I roilect How nmcli is'duo to Cnpid's bliadncsw, ForRtvo roe, dcar, if I suapcct Yonr pmisM only prove yoiir kindness. AVhntuvpr virtues I mny boast, (And slight indccd is niy profx'Hsion,) Thu one you praise and prize tlio most .May he tlie loast in my possessiou. You tell ine, swcet ! yon love revere A mind so stcaily and unswerving ; But nevur Poet yet, I fear, Of such applnuee was quite deserving. Tlie Poet's constancy, at best, Is like tho Bjs's voliiptuoiH rover ; Still constant to lier honey-qucst, ThSugh found in lily, rose, or dover. And do I tlnis my falth inipeach As one untrue to Love's vocation ' A monient's paticnce I besecch And you shall liear tlie explanation : Suppose the Bee so prone to slray, As Fancy bids, from bowcr to bower, Should clia...

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. — 2 February 1876

TIIE PKOPLE'S III (tIITS REPRESENTATI VE D EMOCRACY-TIIE UNION AND TIIE CONSTITUTION WITIIOUT AtfY INFRACTIONS, VOL. 30 N0 11. WOODSTOCK, VT., WEDNESDAY, FEBEUAUY 2, 1870. WIIOLE NO. 1747 McMASTKR Tkiims l.")0iii:iilvi vv nltorthrcc months 81.75 i nt thu cml of t!io ycar, 2,0!) p'oe"t"ryT a g e :i . Dcllver us from ovll, Ileavenly Fatfier, Itstlll bescts us wheresoe'er we jjo! liid the bri','lit rays of rovclation fjatlier, To Hidit the darliiiess in our way of woe! Hetnovo Ihe Mn that stains our souls for- evcr : Our doubts dispels, mir ooiilidcnco rc stovc! Wrltethy forglvcncss on our licarts, mul nover Let us in vaia potitiou l'or It moro. Itelease us from tho soitows that attcnd us! Our nerves aiv torn at overy olu we blocd! Almiglity l'arcnl, wltlt Uiy strcn.u'tU bo friend us Else vc are holpfcss in our tiuie of necd ! Sustaln us, Lord, with ih'y pure Holy Spirit, New vigor give to Xaturo's falterlnu lr.ime; Atid at life's clobe, permit us to inliorit The hopc thut's promised i...

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. — 2 February 1876

OF THE AGE, Wednosday, February 2, 1876. Tho Now York Herald says, Jimmy Blancliard iseditingthu Wash ington llcpuhlatn. It isn't tlit only Ucpublicun pnpcr lliat is cdited by a Jitnniv Blanchard. A meetiug of tho National Dom ocratio Exectitive uoinmitU'c was. held at Washington 011 Fiiday niglit. It was reS'Jvctl lo beiriu an carlv and active organization of tho Deaiociatio pr.rty tbroughout tlio United States for t lie campaigu ot'l 870. Scuator Randolph was cliosen viee-cliairman, IIon W II Bunuim, treasurcr, and A D Banks of Mississippi, resident fccretary. Tho llonso has passed a bill ap propriating a niillion and a halt'of dol lars lo aid tlio National Ceiitennial, and it has gono to tho Senate, whero it hatigs, liut will ptobably pass. Good for tlio IIouso. Woliavonot rocoivcd thoLcban on JYeiM for two or lluoo weckn. What is t!ie inattcr bi otlier Kendall V Geo. G. lliuit, Esq., pay niastor of tlio Central Vouuont Kailroad, died of his old disease, cancir iti tlio faco, at ...

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