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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 10 October 1883

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURNAI., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1883. 5 Nortliildd. MYnTmSnnnTniDOElms boenliavlnRagovero tnn o( typhold fover. Communion ge rvlceg wlU bo held nt tbo Moth odlst churih next Sunday. AnouT 1,500 two-cent pogtage etampi were (old at tlio post-t (Tico lagt week, FliOM Oiitobar lt to Aprll lt, tho Giod Tcmplarg' lodee moetlngg wlll bo held at gevcn T. n, lngtcxd of geven itnd ono lmlt. Tiir regular Foclnblo of tho ConKres:atlonM toelety wlll bo beld Ht tbo church parlor thls Wcdiio.'daj) afternoon nnd rvenlnR. Tnr new bookn nnd cHilngiiPn of tho llbrary wlll ho ready for dellvery Sitnrdny, Tho flnt reading of tho new booka wlll bo dUpoued i( by auctlnn. F1.011A II, Avrrilii haa retnrncd f rom Con necticut where (ho bm beon glvlnir, roAdlngn nnd ha. I'oen very guccejgful. Slie roadg at Barre Saturday eveula?. Bnow to tho depth of four or fire Incheg fell lf t week Tuesdgy and n few "lelnh rlcleg were taken for tho novelty of tho thln2. ConsldHr ftblo damnKO ...

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. — 10 October 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JGTJRNAI,, WEDNESDAY, OOTOBER 10, 1883. TWO l'KAYElt, A prajer wntt np to heavei In tha nlght, JVoro a heart llmt had fnl'nl In thgorld' hardf tht. " Ohl forthellra Whenlumli rhallrot And ere bone'er Hy srlef nppre ed Vhentghlngtlp flhall beatpeace, When all lire'acaria And gloora rdi.ll cetesl" Hat heart tad trhimplie.l, for tM wi the prayer Ibal vrai tent l ftln themornlng alrl "Fa,ther,fornlvel Mv hand dlwll illll Laborand at'lve Toilothy will; itoraoremyeyra Wllldlm wlth tcart) NomJremy llps Rreith grlr f and frara I" " Ifilllan Tlutnmn, in Ltddy May ani vlkir Poemi. "Unto M. Are they nll in. ofltew ?" A11 rmt the fellow wlth tho red rmir, ilr. II'r) mnde o Vienp o' trouble at tho stfitlnn, hn rmq. HVs n harrl caso, nlr, he Jg. !. fook throe men nnd n 'xpress tcara to nolrl him lftst nipht when he wns brnneht in. Thore, hero he cotnes. All tlpht now, ir." It was early in t.he forennon, and the jyi.too conrt was ftllintr rapldly with an Idlc. eiirion...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 10 October 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURIVAIi, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1883. . D. ROBINSON, MAIN STREET, WATERBURY, VERMONT, Has an unrivaled assortment of toves, Cook & Parlor, & Ran frWood or Coal These goods are, of various makes, tasteful in designs, and all of the highesfc quality of material and workmansliip. Special attention is called to the Hub Kange and tlie Hub Heater, and also to the celebrated Bismarck and the Gold Coin" Cook Stoves. ges W BUi 01 Ilfl 1 1111, 11 111, IU 1111 , lillililll II Wooden and Hollow Ware, Farmers' Scales, and everyfching for farm or household use in this line of goods. FxmsrACES and Furnace Work a specialty. Stove Eepairs furnished. GAJXJHu AJSX EX-MIIsrB MY GOODS BEFORE BXJYITTG ELSEWHERE. 1 &hMreti. IUK TVOBLB-AVinK COXSOLATIOX. From north to eouili, from et to west, All OTer Chtlaletidom, One conf olntlon aure and bleet 1b by cnch baby heirt confe?Bed, Though baby llps aie dumb. ll neltlier twarg ot harp or iuto, Nor beatof nolydrum, Kor...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 10 October 1883

8 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJKNAL, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1883. Weekly News Summary. Vermont. W. 0. Ratmond nf DrMeowator liadtwonty ono iWp torn by doRi rccflntly. A TnnitDKRtTOnM. whlch wa qnlto aevpro, fvitneA nver tbe Boutliorn part of tho stnto laat BAtnrdfty, AN nll lamp (n M D. Jark'nn'n nhow wlndnw At Tlllnw Folln flxploded Tucsdayof last week, dolnft 528 dftraHRO. Ixaiaii t.ANYA hm bofln cnnvtcrl In tlifi Chlt tonrlnn rwnntv comt of settlnR flre to tho lios pltnl nt Burlington. It cnst a promlnont TJmttlnhoroan S112 fnr Uot nbe.vlne a stibrcena to tlio county coutt durlnp tlin llqunr prosecutlonft. FnKDnmcK Matitin of Norwich recentlv Ioun1 a cnln In hla vftrd wMoh bo' thn dftte Of 1740, And tho words "Georfte II Hnx." John Hilton, wlio wah ono nf the prlnclpftl Wltnea'n flgAlnat Lnnya tho lncandlAry, hAB Dcen snnt to tho houso of conectlon fot four tnontha. AN Knellshman, worJclnp; ln tho quArry at Derby wat kllled, and Another votv aerlonaly loinrrd bv tho fall of a...

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. — 17 October 1883

tttfltl T v lW W 15Y W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIEE, VT., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1SS3. VOL. 79. JLOIS. NO. 1. jjffufchmun 0 Jourmil. UKDN'ESDAY, OCTOHKR 17. 1883. Imporiniit. Many nro taking ndvnntngo o( our llbernl offer to glvo GoorJ Cheer and Tiik Watchman for the prlco of tho latter, and nll are pleased becmse we mako tho samo offer to all suH gorlbers, old or new. We aro not dlscriinlnat lng ngalnst our old patrons, but are glving all an eqnnl chance. Romember tbat you can have. Good Chter one year fhf.b, by paylng for Tjir Watchman np to, or beyond, October 1, 188-1 whetber you are an old or a new gub rorlher. Sotne who have pald to gome date ln 1884 are lnqulring whether they raust eend tho batnnce dttn tn October 1, 1884, ln oider to ee cnre Oood Chetr. In reply we wlll gay that we mnst have some fixed tlme to whlch gubscrlb ers mnst pay, and ns wo havo fixed the date we do not wlsh to vary lt. Send geventeen cents f.)r ench month due to October 1, 1884, and receive Good Che-r o...

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. — 17 October 1883

2 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUBNAJL, WENDESDAY, OOTOBER 17, 1883. JATA. Amlilarknwa waa upon the fce of ttaedeep amltha Bptrlt of Ood moved upon the wators." Theoeeawiroarl the mountalna teet The world iitands atlll with batl breath, Thpnbnrelof flamel and woe ot waal tle drowoed ln darkness nnd In death. Wltcl bea.ta In lierdn, Htatim, beauteout blrda Ood'a ralnbow tilrd-gone In a breatht 0 Clod, l otrth then Incomrdete, The kIx dj' laborntlll undone, That the mnit melt beneath thy fcet And tier fair face forget the imn 7 Jliut ixles go down and cltlei drown And good and evll be one? Tho gixat warm lieart ot Molher Earth Is broken o'erher Javan lalen.' Lo I aMie Mrew lier rulned hearlh Alotig a thouaand watery mile. 1 henr her groan, 1 heAr her moan All day above hor drownlng Mes. Tall ahlpa are nallfng allently Above her bntled lsles to-day. In tnatblo balls beneath the aea The nea-god'a cblldren ehout and playj They mock and ehout ln merry rout Where mortala dwelt bnt yeaterd...

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. — 17 October 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAT,, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1883. THK OLKllGVMANANU 1'ISDULEK. X clerRjmin who lonjwl to lrce Amid hli flock word of gtce, And reournad lcue, h Xneir not wfejr, Ton fleeco fcept wet wlillfl lil kept dry, While thlnklng wfatt be coold do mor, llrd notne one repplng at the door And, opcnlng If, there met hls vlew AdMt old r-fTler wliom be knew, Who hd m n bj wotldly btown Tiom wellh; 'pfddllliK CMt-od clotkei. " Come ln, ) brother," iall the pailor, " rerliftpn raj thmble you can marter ; For (Ince the (Atnmer jou wlthdrew, iij converU h?e been yery few." "J cau," the peddler tald, " unroll Bomethlng, perchance, to tn your toul, And to cut tbort atl (uliome ipeochea Brlng mo a palr of your old breocliei,' The clothei wert brougbt, tbe peddlet f ized, And HAld, " No longer be amatnli The glori upon this clotli Is mcli I thlnk, perhnps, you lt too much, Bulldlng alr-cattles biigbt and gaj, TThlch Batan loyes to blow wy. And here, behold, aa I ara born, ...

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. — 17 October 1883

4 VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1883 WKDNHSDAY, OCTOHEli 17, 1883. Tums f J.U) ier yenr, strlclly In advance or JJ.W If not imld wlthln thrM raonthi. JlmiK Biid there a state psper has Its fingor on the popular pulse. Hart beatB Bccm to havo been found in fnvor of Fred oriok Billlngs for govornor, nud othors for breaklng the rotary motion of tho po Hlloal tnachltio by renominating Governor Barstow. Aceording to some of these political walches thore is also somotlilng of a thumplng for Senator Morrill'a self cuccession, by reason of tbo primal acllve ogltation of the tariff and coinnge ques tions. Jt would seem that all who read should know that the State Teachers' A98ocia tion holda ita ntmual meoting hero noxt woek, beglnning Wednesday evening and continuiug till Saturday noon. An eflort has been uiade to have this a klnd of ju bileo affair, celebrating the reauacitation of tbo asaociation and the revival of active eflort to improve the couimon schoo...

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. — 17 October 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN" fc STATE JOURTVAT,, WEDtfESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1883. ltlCMllftSON & FULLEUTON, STOWE STItEET, WATERBURY, YT., Keep constantly on hand a very extensive assortment of Dry Groods and Olotking, Boots, Shoes and Rubbers, Gentlemeris Furnishing Goods, Notions, Small Wares, &c, &c. For Advcrtisenieiit of Styles, Qualities and Prices, Apply at Our Coimter. Waterbury CnAntM Conant, who has been the t fllclent cletk o( W. II. AMhley, lifs bought tho grocery bulnrim of II. J Town ol Stowe, and wlll take posBfflflon November 15 TitRpollce ofilceraof the vlllgo do notrfl Ish tlia Idea of making arresta nnd elther tak lng the p.irtles to tlielr hotipes nr Mandlng gttard over thfm untll lby are r ITlclaUy dlh poaed if. With good reason fome of thotn nave realgned I)fiRUn the village authotitlo hava not provldfd n lockup. The nececlty ot such a plBce of security hua long been acknowl. edgert and the wonder Ia that lt has not been fnrnlshed. Tiik frienda and fellow wnrkme...

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. — 17 October 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAX,, WEDNESDAY, OOTOBER 17, 1883. AN OLD rilOVURlt. t dntlnjt, niy datllng, becauie lt raln, And floweri rtroop, and tbe raln Is f alllng, ind drope are blnrrlng the wlndow-panM, And a moanlng wlnd througb the lane lt calllng I Cfrlag, and wlihlng the ky m clear, And rowa agaln on the lattlce twlnlng I Jlb well, remerabar, my foolUh dear, "'Tit caiy to langh when the tun U ililnlng " Whan the world l brlght and fiitr and gy, And glad blrda lng ln the fair June weatber, Jtnd nmmer l gatlierlng, nlght And day, lter golden challceof aweeti togetheri Wbtn blne ea amiwer the ky above, And brlght itara follow tbe day'a decllnlng, ythj, then. 'tl no merlt to imlle, tny love, " 'Tli iaiy to laugli when tbe mn li thtnlng I" ut Ihli lt the tlme tbe heart to tet, Yfben wlnter la near, and ntormn are howllng, And tbe eartb f rom under ber f rezen vent Looka np at tbe tad aky, mute and ncowltng. Tbt brave little nplrlt ihonld rle to meet Tbe aeai'n'a gloom and t...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 17 October 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, OOTOBER 17, 1883. PUSSVS COSll'LAINT. I'm Jnit as nrhsppy, nnbappr. Aseveraklttsn canbe) If you'll let me, t'll tell you about lt, Tntn, perhaps, jou'il plty me. Vor lt's a great mlstake In your thlnklnit Thl ktti have no feellng at all, Vot a thought beyond ha Ing a frolle, Or the ckatlng after a bll. Now, how cotiM I know (pleaso tell me lt you roulil hdp me to ee) Tbat the cold roast fowl ln the pantry Waa not put there for me. They lert the iloor temptlngly open, 80 1 helped myself to that, tlut they drovi me out wlth the broomstlctt, And oalled me " that iucan, thlevlng cat 1" Then those pans of mllk ln the ilalry, Wlth cream llke the yellowest gold, t tbonght I should llke to taste lt, For ll's vry dellclous I nm toldi 80 1 cllmbed to one of the nlceat, And w.1 Jnst gettlng ready to taste, When they found me and euch a commotlon, I tan to the bara ln bot haste. Don't they tblnk cats erer get hnngry Uetween meals, IM ltke to Vj...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 17 October 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAI., WENDESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1883. Grand Opening of Fall and Wmter Diy Goods at M. M. Knight STOWE STRBET, -WATERBURY, YT. We cim now show thc largest line of Fall and fVinter Goods ever exhibited in tliis section. Our 8 We have one of the largest assortmcnts ever shown in Northern Vermont now on exhibition in OUR CLOAK DEPARTMENT! ineluding all the new and elegant styles made this season in Ladies', Children's and Misses' Cloaks, and rang ing in prices from four dollars to fifty dollars eaeh. Ladies Desiring a First-Class Garment either for themselves or children, should not fail to examine the goods in this depart ment before purchasing. RESS GOODS DEPARTMENT! is full of all the new styles and fabrics of tho season. Elegant Brocade Velvets in all the popular colors, and a very full line of the celebrated Nonpareii Yelveteens. "We are also throwing out Some Drives in BLACE SILES! Prices -$1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00. They are as good value a...

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. — 24 October 1883

i w . n m m BY W. W. PRESlxS MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1883. VOIi. 79. 4019. NO. 2.1 fZf y r l ....... 7 IWlltCllmilH W gjOltrtUU. , ... . i i I WEDNESDAY, OCTOUKR 21, 1883. It Wlll I'ay You. Wo thlnk It wlll pay you to tako advantago at onco ot our offer to sond Qood Cheer to all eubsctlbora to The Watchman, old or new, who wlll pay one year ln advance, thug secur- Ing TWO l'Al'KBS F0U TllK I'RIOB OF 0NB. Af- ter October 31st It wlll bo necesaary to pay to Novombor 1st, 1884, to secate Qood Cheer froe. Dolaya are dangeroust Local Itcnis. Oiroulatinq Hbtary at H. E. Slayton'g. NoTnsauAM lace cuttalna at Wobster's ato cheap. Pcre goods and iow prlces at F. II. Bascom's drng etoro. An extra fine llno of IlambuTg edglngs at Webster's. A fkwNo. 1 cldet barreU for sale at Frank II. Basconi's drug etoro. L. P. Gleason & Co. offer tho greatest bar galns ln velvets and seal plusbea. L. P. Gleason & Co. have just recelved thlrty pleces of nlce all-wool dress iUnnol. L. ...

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. — 24 October 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDYESDAY, OCTOBER 21. 188B. T. II. IIOHKINS, Newnort, Vt., Edltor. WKT W1SATIXKII TAliKi It aln't no iino to grumWo and rompUlu lt' Jet as cheap and ear to rJolce When Uod norU oat the wealhcr and sends raln, W'y, raln's mr cliolco. Men gen.t'ly, to atl Intents AUhougli tliey're an' to grumblo some Pul most their truet In t'rovldeuce, And takos Uilngs as they conie) Thftt l, the cotnmouallty Of men Hmt's llved as long as me, Ilas walched the world enongh to learn Thej're not the how of thls concern, Wlth some, of course, lts dlfferent 1've seed young men that knowed lt all, And dldn't ilke the way thlngs went On thls ttrrcslrlal ImU I ilut, all the mno, the rnln some way llalned Je"t as hard 011 plcntc-dAy; Or when they really wanted It, It tnayhe wonldu't raln a hlt I In tlils exlslence, dry and wet Wlll overtake the beit of men Some lltt'e sklft o' clomU'll ehet The sun off now and then Ilut maybe, os you're wonderln who YouVo fool-llke lent...

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. — 24 October 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1SS3. 3 TIIK UUNTKK'B 3IOON. Brown Oclober nil nut brown wood, And noboily mJ or iobof I Httt the partrlJgeii. I'roud of tlielr wlilrrlng brood, And Uie inn-burnt iportmn wltb gleamlng oye, And tho farra boj'i inate, lecnre and ily October I G.iy Octobcc and glldod wooiU Wlmt folly now to be ober I When the fOJglova'n hanglng her yellow liood, And there' langhter and riutleof Mlken gownl, And ttie countrj'i tull of the folks o' towna October I Late October and her Jrott-touclied wood Thc chlldren look wondrou ober For the xptlrrel ln lildlug hia atoten gooda, Fcoliltng away In the che'tnut U11 Where the brown burre giue and the lARt nuts fall October I Etaine Qoodale, Miss Llrrlplp's LoTcrs. Mtss Lirripip had a pretty faco nnd fWe thousand a year, not to speak of ex peotations. Pretty faces aro comraon enougli, ovon in thcso daya of agricult nral depression and stagnant trade ; but a cirl with five thousand a year is a ra...

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. — 24 October 1883

4 VERMONT WATCXIMAN & STATE JOURNAH,, WENDESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1883. $j$nhhmm 0 $otmnl. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEK 21, 1883. Ttaui-$.00 per jrenr, ttrlctl? ln (idvnoo or 3.M If not pM wllhln throe raontha. Tammany has brought tho exultant county democraoy o Now York olty to torms. " Sabmit to my dictation or be orushod" waa tho iron altornativo pre aontod by Tammany. The county and Irvlng Ilatl f actions submitted and ropro sentatives of tho throe faotiona mot and coolly divided up all the ofllcoa that wore worth anythlDg. By tho lorma of the trado Tammany is to have the roglster and suprome court judgo and the other faotiona tako their share. These mon, di vidlng up tho spoila in the elght of tho Totors, are tho poople upon whom the democraoy rely to put the party in power at Washington in 1881. Novkmhek 25th, 1783, thoBritlsh ovao uatod Now York, and Washington took possession of tho future metropolia of tho new world. Tho one hundredth an niveraary of the event will be celebrated in th...

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. — 24 October 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAI,, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1883. 3 Northfield. Kdmohd Popk has.ln hls garden a black Tftpl)orry btiBh on whlch a ghoot gtarted thls eeagon and grew fouttoon feet. The regulnr soclnblo of tho Congicgatlonal soclety will bo held at tho church rooms thls (Wednesday) alternoon nnd ovenlng. Tiik UnlverBallat church was tededlcated last Wodnesday aftornoon. Tlie aermon was by Uev. H. M. Tlllotson ol St. JohnBbury, and gevernl other clergymen woro present nnd mado remarks, among thom tho lecturer, Rev. Mt. Applebee. Rkv. J. K. ArrLitnicB of noaton lectured on Tuesday, Wodnesday and Frlday ovenlngg of tnat vafnk. hl BtibtiiCtH bolne llood. Ilnnlot. nnd gome charactors from Dlckons. As wag oxpectcd from hls locture laBt season, thcse were very entortalnlng and instructlvo. Gkorcik Braley'b youngest daughter, Nel lle, dted qnlto guddenly last Saturday mornlng o( lung fovor. She was an unusaally amiablo chlld. and was much boloved by her mates and all who kn...

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. — 24 October 1883

( VERMONT WATCIIMAN fc STATE JOUKXAL, WENDESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1883. Ijclillioitg jjffliscelfou!!. For tho Vermont Watclmtan. A 1'ltHSKNT SAVJOK. DT D, 0. COLfBWOETHT. I cannot ace thee, but I know, Klnd Savlor, thou art near, Aml aeeat the contrile teara that flowi My volee wlll reach tblne car. Tliougli fow my worda and falnt m7 hoart And trembllngly nf rald, Tbou wtlt tbe needed atrength Impart, And with thy Splrlt ald. I cannot coino to thee In valn, In valn a blcaaing aeek To aerve and love tbou wllt constraln Tbe lowly and tlie weak, Ovcr-Wnlcbfiilncss of Solf. In pointing out somo of tho waya in which tho tendenoy to tbitik too muoh of one'a self develops itself, I wlll montiou first selt consciousness, or sonsitiveuoss to solf. This inay arise from the lovo of ap probatlon. A yearning for tho favor of men toward us may be bo Btrong that every human being we meet shall throw back upon us somo thought of how wo oursolves stand with them. There is a tendency to keep one'a self bo...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 24 October 1883

7 STO"WB STREET, "WATBRBTJRT", We can now show the largest line of Fall and IVinter Goods ever exhibitcd in this section. Our "We have one of the largest assortments ever shown in Northern Vermont now on exhibition in OUR GLOAK DEPARTMENT! including all the new and elegant stylcs made this season in DEPARTMENT! is full of all tlie new stylcs and fabrics of the season. Elegant Brocade Yelvets in all the popular colors, and a very full line of the celebrated Nonpareil VelYeteens. We are also throwing out i; J ing in prices from four dollars to nfty dollars cach. V13KMONT WATCIIMAN & S TATB JOUltVAT WEDXESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1SS3. DRESS 000DS Some Lrives in BLAC32 SILKS! Prices $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00. They are as good value as can be found in New York or Boston markets. We Cannot Mention For the Vermont Watchman. a 1'itAVKH roit JIAIIV. BT URB. 8. R, OBAIIAH CLAItK, 0 blegppd little tunny head, Wlth curllng threda of sold nglenm, Wuobo wealth Miamea Indla'g wlldeBt drcat...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 24 October 1883

s VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAIi, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1883, "Weekly News Summary. Vcnuont. A Nohth Tnor ttmn med ono of hl towns mon for fifty ceoU tho otlior day. A Giiani) Aiutv post wag organlied at Weat Concord tlie 16th wlth nbout twenty raembera. IIuiiaok Adams, owner of tlio gtlst-mlll Rt Dollowfl Falls, dled Btiddonly ol heatt dlseaeo tho 18th. Dkwtv Unitkd Statks Collkctoh lm, jnat cleaned out anuther neat ol maonshlnora ln Plymouth. A two days' woman BUffrnge oonvontlon wlll bo hold ln St. Juhusbury tho oarly uart of November. Tiik canvana for a new dlrectory ln Itutland ehowa n lnrgo Increase ln populatlon durlng tho past two years. Accohimno to tho consni, ot tho 11,305 In hnbliHtits o( Burlington 8,633 aro natlve-botn and 2,732 forol?n-born. Tiik body o( Ileury Colo, who was drownod off Mallett ileiul, was recovered tho 18th, It had beon cartled a conslderablo dlatance toward thore. A St. Aliianb man, 0. W. Harne?, hagofforcd to fnrulah freo accomniodatlons, ...

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