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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 31 October 1883

llefmimt BY W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPEIilER, VT., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1883. VOJm 79. 4020. NO. 3. Jjgitfchmnn & $otmml WEDNESDAY, OCTOHER 01, 1883. To Old Subscrlbers. Wo nre hlghly gratlfled that bo tunny nro tnklng advnntngo of out offer to sond Good Cheer for ono yoar fiikb to thoso who pay for Tiik Watciiman ono yoar In ndvance. After to-day tho ttme to whlcli ndvance pAyment wlll bo reqnlrcd will be November 1, 1884. To avold any mlsunderstnndlng, we wlll state tho ofler anow: AU subscrlbers, old or new, wbo wlll pay for The Watciiman to November 1, 1881, wlll recelvo Good Cheer one year fhee. Send Bovontoon conts for tbe odd months. Those who do not wlsh to tako tip wlth thls offer are requested to settlo tholr dnes as eoon as posslble, as wo aro ln lmmediate need of the money. Do Yon TYIsh n Vaiunblo I X1 1 The rapldlty wlth whloh the number of our Bubscrlbers 1s lncreaalng, wlthout any speclal effort on our patt, lcada us to belleve tliBt a little well-directod offort on ...

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. — 31 October 1883

2 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WENDESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1883. T. II. IIOSKINH, Newport, Vt., Edltor. Sugnrainklng ln Knnsns. Tho following letter to Coloman's Rural World from Hutohiuson, Kansas, undor dato of Septembor 17th, will be of intor est to all who aro Intorestod in tho dovelop ment of domeatlo sugar production : "The people horeaway are jubilant over tho succeas o Profesaor Stevenson of the Hutchlnson sugar refinery. Four oontrifuRala aro running to-day, throwing out a splondid sugar, a saniplo of which I inclose, and runs 1,100 pounds to 200 gal lons of syrup. Tho synip from it ia light colored, and of a very flne quallty. It ls siill rioh in sugar, and tho professor Bays he will re-crystallze and get threo to four pounds moro to tho gallon. Syrup made on Saturday showed sugar made iu an hour, and syrup mado at midnight, Saturday, was nearly solid sugar Mon day morning. It is a buBy spot, two thou sand acres of cane in sight from the roof, and forty-five toams hur...

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. — 31 October 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAl, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1883. 3 IHE LOWQ IMtAMA FHOM '70 TO '83. BTWALLA01t BRVJOB. Wlth bannera brtght, wlth rolt of druma, Wlth prlde and pomp and clvll atate, A Natlon, born of conrage, comea The ctoalng act to celebrate. We've traced the drama page by page From Lemington to Yorktown field; Tlio curtaln dropa upon tbe ttage, Tba century'a book lo-day la aealed. A cycle grand wlth wondera f ranght That ttlnmph over llme and apace In woven ateel Hs droaniaaro wrougbt, Tbe natlona whlaper face to face. Ilut ln the prond and onward march We lialt an lionr for drcaa parade, Iteraemberlng that fair freedom'e arch Sprlnga from tbe baae onr fathera Uld Wlth chc eka aglow wlth patrlot flre They paae In long revlew agaln, We graip tbe hand ot noble alro Who made two worde of " noblemen." In iHesce now the tattered band Ileroea In homeapun, worn and gray Around the old bead-quartera atand, Aa ln that dark uncertaln day, That low-roofod dwteltng theltera ...

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. — 31 October 1883

4 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE. JOTJRNAL., WENDESDAY, OOTOBER 31, 1883. fntchmm $ $ottrtHl WEDNESDAY,O0TOBElt 31, 1883. TuMS-tf.OO per yer, itrlctly ln ndrencoi or f 2.S0 tf not said wlthln threa montn. Tiik State Toachers' Association has beon higbly gratlfied with tho suecess which has attendod tho polloy of glving that body a fizod hnbitation. By this sensible arrangement tho oociety has ex ohanged tho oharaotorlstics of a tramp for those of a well-todo citizen. Tho asso oiation has voted to hold its noxt annual moeting at Montpelier, tho third whlch will havo boen successively and wo havo no doubt successf ully held at tho capital of tho stato, tho proper point for the raeeting of a state organization. The timo at which the raeeting shall be called is left in tho discrotion of the executive committee. Ou all acconnts it would seem that the tltne should bo during the sossion of the legislature, and during tho second week of tho session. That will bo a period beforo tho legislativ...

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. — 31 October 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAk, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1883. 5 vated and manlfested. Especlally should the teacher understnnd the home Influencei whlch nrronnd a pupll In order to cstabllsh nn UU1 llgent and advaotageous rolatton toward hls puplls. Tlie curront of a chlld'a thoughts may be polsoned by baneful home lniluences, hls asplrations bllghted or hls nmbltlon dulled. To such puplls tbe teacher should be a moral guardlan, a klnd and watchftil monltor. Per verted tastes and vlctona deslres may have tholr oxcltlng canso ln bad llteratnro at home a copy of a 1'oltco Ncws brought into the horae by a carelessfathor, by the bad langnage, the grossness or intemporance of the home. Wlth such cases tho teacbcr should b famlllar and agalnst gucli moral polson be flhould en deavor to furnlsh bu anttdote. Tlie first exorclse In tho afternoon was a re markable oxhlbition of tho ablllty of Professor Thompson of Burlington to teach slnglng, or of tho ablllty of tho Montpelier chlldren ...

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. — 31 October 1883

G VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, OOTOBER 31, 1883. MAUTIN OF TOUltS, Wlthln hl drcary cell the monk bowed low. No sonnd broke on tlie hushed nnd ijlftrm alr Bave tha welrd bell, tolllng to lott and slow, Calling sad lieatli away from earth to praycr. No summons needcd he for prajer to hlm Waa but the breath ht spltit hourly drew Each morn lt rose, as lioly lncense dlm, Or fell at eve, llke llermon's sncred dew. Dally, wlth tenrs, be soiirM thls speclal grace, Bnt once, oa earth, to see hls Master's face. Then, snrtdenly, the cell grow wondrons brlght, And Martln felt a prescnce standtng thore Clad all ln purple and In anowy white, Decked wlth ilcli gems; he bad a klngly nlr t And the poor cell seemed all too mean a place, Too smll and bare to hold thls royal guest. Just once tbe monkgazed on the etraoger'a faee, Thcn bowed hls bead, wlitle deep joy 11111 bls bread, And bls llps raurmnred oft, " I lliink thce, Lord, That tliou hast granted ma thlt tlch roward." But...

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. — 31 October 1883

Grand Opening of Fall and Wiiitei Dry Goods at M. M. Knight's STOWE STRBET, WATBBBTJRT, YT. "We can now show tlie largest line of Fall and IVinler Goods ever exhibitcd in this section. Our DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT! is full of all tlie new styles and fabrics of tlie season. Elegant Brocade Yelvets in all the popular colors, and a very full line of tlie celebrated Nonpareil Velveteens. We are also throwing out Some Drives in BLACK SILKS! Priccs $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 NBTTING-TIMK. The month wi October, the f rosts had come down, The woodlands wero tcarlet and yellow and brown; The harvcsts were gathered, tlie nights had grown chlll, But warm was the day on the south of the hill. Twas there with our bags and onr baskets we went, And searchlng the dry leaves we buslly bent; The chestnute were blg and the beech-nut were emall, Bnt both sorts are welcome to boya in the fall. And wben, In t...

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. — 31 October 1883

VERMONT WACMMAN & STATE jOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1883 8 "Weekly News Summary. Vermont. Fivn lnchea of gnow nt Monnt Holly !s re portod, Strafford pople aro huntlng for n large mnther which has been seen and hoard ln that town. Snow fell to tho dopth ot nlno Inclies on the Green Mnuntnlns, throo rallea from Manchos ter, tho 23d. About nlncty sheep were slilppod from Mid dlebury two weekH ngo and llttlo has been done sfnce ln ttiat llno. Rev. J. L. Oi.KDHiLt. o( Ludlow haa been called to tho Wlnthrop Stroet Unlversallst cburch at Augustn, Mo. The dockot of Windsor county court, Decem ber tertn, contalna only ono hundred and two cases, tho smallest number yot. Titm new Bllllnga llbrary at Burlington 1s to be a magnifk'ent structure of stono, one hundred and aixty feet long, wlth a tower nlnety foet hlgh. A BOnBCitmiON paper Is ln clrculatlon, for tho purpose of obtalnlng funda for n Yoting Men'a Chrlsttan Asaoclatlon butlding ln Bur lington. TnK shado rollor company at Verge...

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. — 7 November 1883

BY W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 18S3. VOIi. 79. 4021. NO. 4. $$ntc1tmnn & gfoimml WEDNESDAY, NOVEMHER 7. 1883. ThnuksgtTlng t'roulnmnHon. In contormlty wltli a tlmo-honorod custora of New England, and In accordanco wlth the proclamatton o( tbo l'roaldent of the Uolted States, I appolnt TnnnsDAV, the Twentt NINTH DAY OP NoVEMUEH, next, as a day of thanksglvlng and pralso to Aluiighty God for tho Innumorable bleeBlngs whlch lie haa be stowed npon onr coramonwealth. On tbat day lot the peoplo lay aside thelr usual la bora, and In the sanctuary and In the house hold glve fittlng expiesston to thelr gratltudo and gladness. In tho happy observance of thls hatvest festlval by tho rounlon offam Illos and ftlends, Iet not tho suffering and nnfottunate bo forgotten, but let thelr wants be relleved by that charlty whlch Is twlce blessed blesslng hlra that glvoa and hlm that recelvos. Glven under my hand and the Boal of the Btate, at Shelburne, on tho thlrty-first...

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. — 7 November 1883

2 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WENDESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1883. rkttlUmh T. II. IIOHKINH, Newport, Vt., Etlltor. Tiiouoh unable to atteud the meetirjgs of either body, we are notifled that the Watcumah's Bgrloultural editor waa mado one of tho vlco-presidonts of the American romological Sooiety at !ts ro contmeeting in Philadelphia, and that he was also choseu to a liho posltion by tho Amoricau asBOciatlon of nurserymen, florists and seedsmen, at Us meeting hold in St. Louis. Such unsought and unex peoted diatinotion at the hands of the mombera of tbeso great national sooieties is, wo oonfess, extremoly gratlfying, and we shall certainly endeavor to give, lnao knowledgenient, as faithful service in the mntual work as our ability will permit. If a pioco of land coat $100, and pro dnces crops that yield a net roturn, after paying all cost of labor and fertilization, of $10, it is paying ten per cent on the iuvestmeut, just as much as if $100 had been loaned at the rato of ten pe...

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. — 7 November 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1883. 3 OMKNS. 1. An, ero the tonn, sllence fllla the world, No blade It nlltred, no banner Is unfurled, ln consclous fleld or wood Bo, all Ihe niorntng, hushed and traced wlth f ear, I seemed to ce a meM' nger drw ncar, Whose errand was not good. I tnrned, and lo 1 wlthln the open iloor, Tbe ono I dcsmed beset wlth perlls sore, Close by me, stnlllng, stood. 11. I know not why (t said that tummcr nlght) The heart ln me suoulrt be so wondroui llght, So swcet each raotnent's breatb Assuranco klnd greeU ine from every starj Tbe all-gatherlng breeze, that hastens from afar, Ilowgladatalng lt lalthl Tbnt was tbe nlght my f rlend beyond the seas, Wlthln a tent beneath the ollve trees, Turned his blue eyes on death, Xotemltt Atlanlic, Kezinh's Lcsson. Keziah set down tho pail of water with a thud, thon folded her arms and looked ovor at John. " And that's the last thing I evor do in this housol" she said deterrmnedly, a bright sp...

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. — 7 November 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAIv, WENDESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1883. 4 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1883. Tttita-$2.00 rr yenr, atrlctlr in advancei or fl.M If Dot D&ld wltbln three monthi. Tho Elcctlons. Truo to ita promiso, Tiik Watchman thls woek gives ita roaders the partioulars of Butlor'a defeat. They aro few bnt em phatic. Tho hero of Tewksbury is buried under a majority that may exoeed 15,000. Tho result is partlcularly gratlfying to Massachuaotta and to tho country at largo. Somo of the most devout, if not tho niost domonatrativo, among thoao who do not mouro on thia oooasion are themaolvea demoorata, who, beaides entertaining an honost contempt for a demagogue who haa beon maaquerading in the livery of every politioal party for the laat twenty five yeara, aro alao gratified that a very diaagreeablo and very tronbleaome factor has been elitninated from tho approach ing national canvass. Tho republican national party could havo endured hia suoceaa rather better than the nationa...

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. — 7 November 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1883. Waterbury. Tim entertalnment of tlie young ladles' nld pocloty Wedneaday evening was succossful every way. Mns. Matt II. CAiirKNTKu of Mllwaukee 1b n vlsltor nt tho liouso o( het fntlier, tlio Ilon, l'uul Dilllnghnm. Thr hoarlng ln thecnao ot Thaddeus Crossott vt. tho Vlllago wns begun Monday, and wlthout concludlng,' adjourned ono woek. Mrs. Lamr jumped from tho mall traln whlle In motlon, Monday mornlng, atid waa thrown vlolently on tho platform In frontot tho Btatlon, rec.elvlng eome sllght injurlca. Tcfsbav ovenlng tho Methodlsta had an nn tlquarlan aupper, tho mlssos of tho aocloty In costuraes of ye olden tlrae Bervlng baked beana, bolled vlctttalB and other " antiquo" dlsheg. A vory onjoyablo tlrae waa had. Mit. Rhoadkh lm mado ono thousand bnsh els of npplea Into cldor, closlng tbe season laat week. The uaual run la about four thousand buahela. What tho " vintage " lacks In quan tlty seema to bo, pattlally a...

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. — 7 November 1883

6 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1883. FOIt VOVR'B 8AK1S. Bomellmea I am templed to murmur That llfo la fHttlng away, Wlth only a round of trlflea Fllllngeachbuaydayi Doatlng nooka and cornere, llaklng the houae look fair, And patlently taklng on ma The bnrden of woman'a care. Comfortlng chlldlah aorrowa, And charinlng the chlldlah beart Wlth the almple aoug and atory, Told ntth n inotbcr'e arl; Beltlng the dcar honie table, And cleartng the tneal away, And golng on little erranda ln the twlltght of tbe day, One day la Juat Hke Another I Bewlng and pleclng well Little Jtckrta and troueera 80 neatly that none can tell Where are the aeame and Jolnlnga Ahl theeeamyaldeof life la kept out of elnbt by the maglc Of many a motlier and wlfe I And oft when t am ready to tnurmnr That llfe la nittlng away, Wlth the aelf-aame round of dutles Fllllng eacb buay day, It cornca to my aplrlt awectly, Wlth the graco of thought dlvlne ! " Tou ate llTlng, tolllng for love...

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. — 7 November 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAT,, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1883. Grand Opening of Fall and Winter Dry Goods at M. M, Knight's STOWE STRBET, "WATBBBURT, "VT P We can now show the largest line of Fall and IVinlcr Goods ever exhibited in tliis section. Our DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT! is full of all the new styles and fabrics of the season. Elegant Brocade Yelvets in all the popular colors, and a very full line of the celebrated Nonpareil Velveteens. We are also throwing out Some Drives in BLACIi SILES! 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 have one of the largest assortments ever shown in Northern Vermont now on exhibition in OUR GLOAK DEPARTMENT! including 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 each. Ladies Desiring a First-Class Garment ' either for themselves or children, should not fail to exa...

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. — 7 November 1883

s VERMONT WATCHMAN & $TATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1883. Weekly News Summary. Ycrmont. A Giiahd Aiiut post has beon organliod nt West Concord. CiiKRTMi V. Allen has bcon appolnted pOBtmaster nt Panton. Tnn I'AMttmpslo rnllroad shops are now run nlng on elnht liours' ttme. Thr vlllage of White Klver Junctton Is bulld Ing n $10,000 scliool house. Tiikiir aro now ono lmndred nnd tlilrty sub gcrlbprit to tlie Iititland telephono sygtom. Rutland and vlclnltv l uiTeilni from tho opemtlons of an organlzed band ol burglnra. Thr Grnut Gtiards of Newport wlll elve a grand rnllltary mapquerado biill November 29. Tiir dlphlherla nt South Hoynlton hns noarly spent Itxelf. There have boen olghtccn cases and fonr dcaths. St JoiiNsnuitT is to hare a roller rlnk, and Brattleboro Is flRltatlng tlio propriety of fittlng up one of tbe tame lnstltutlona. Jonks, Lambon & Co., of tlie Ascutney mllls, Windsor, lmve raade a lottlemont wltli thelr credltorg nnd tbe mllla wlll shortly rcsumo ...

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. — 14 November 1883

IljVCattinjj BY W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESRAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1883. . , . VOIi. 79. 4022. NO. 5. bkhmmt & $owml WKDXEtilJAY, N'OVKMUKli 14, 1883 To Old Subscribors. Wo nto hlghly gratlfled that so many nre taklng advantago of our Ofler to aond Oood Cheer for one year thkk to those who pay tor The Watcuman ono year In advance. For tho present the tlma to whlch advance payment wlll bo requlred wlll be Novcmbcr 1, 1881. To avold any mlsunderstandlng, we wlll etate the offer nnow: AH subscribers, old or now, who wlll pay for TnE Watciiman to November 1, 1884, wlll rocelve Oood Cheer ono year fiif.e. Send sovontonn cents for tho odd montbs. TIiobo who do not wlsh to tako up wlth tbls offer nro requested to settlo their dues as Boon m poaslble, as wo are In Immedlate need of the monoy. mm Do You Wlsh n Vnluablo l'rcmlum Frt-oJ The rapldlty wlth whloh the numbor of our gubscrlbers la increaslng, wlthout any speclal effort on our pait, leads us to bellevo tbat a little well-d...

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. — 14 November 1883

2 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WENDESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1883. T. II. IIOHK1N3, Newport. Vt., Killtor. FLUIUDA 8K1SDS. A lftdj klndly sends tlio following vorslflod offer to our roaders, wblcb wo havo no doubt many wlll be elnd to ncaept : nol boys and gtrls ln old Vermont, If jou Ihe " I'alrjr Bcan " tecd wnnt, TJie taml that Jack ln days long past ritl that grew no wry fast, (I thlnV it nmt liavo lieen the same, Tbough Mstory doe not tell ltl name) Just tend to me jonr (uU addtrti Atvl ntaniiu to pay ttie back express Or postage back and yoa wlll get Tlie largeet bean your gsze o'cr tnct 'Twlll inako n vrlnter wludow pet, And then wlll grow and cllmb all snmmer, And qulte snrprlte you as a runner, Joav Liwaiitci. Otlasdo, Oranga county, Florlda, October 19, 1881, A Mountaln Spring. The Popular Scicnce Nem says : " A friend wlio took his f atnily into the country to spend a few wecks during tbo hot woather of the past Bummer waa inquisi tlve regarding the eourco of the wato...

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. — 14 November 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1883. 3 SOIONS OV OUKAT MKN. Were n iilar qneiichwl on hlsh Fot s woulil Iti lljlit, Bllll traveling lownwnl to the aky, Shlne on oiir mortal tlght. 8o when great man dle, For yenn beyonil onr ken Tlia llght he leave Inhloil hlra llea Upon the pattm of men. Lonofettow. Doctor StolbcrK'a I'nticucc. " I oannot think it right, Margaret, for you thus to encourago Dr. Stolberg, un less you intend to marry hlm." " I do not encourago hlm, aunty. Wero you to oall Dr. Stolberg himsclf as a wit uesa, he would tell you that ho knows my fpoltngs towarda hitn to ba simply friendship." " But Dr. Stolborg believes that your friendship will ripeu iuto something warmer and deeper.'' " I oaunot help his beliefs. I cannot refuso to marry hitn before he asks me." Miss Sabine sighed. " I b"g you do not look bo melanclioly, annty," laughed Margaret. " I conld not help being born without that valuablo ap pendage, a heart." " Truly. aunty," she...

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. — 14 November 1883

4 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAI WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1883. ratchmm & $otmnl WKDNHSDAY, NOVEMHElt M, 1883. Tem t.w per jcr, Hrtcllr In alTnce or ll.SO if not rM wlthln three month. Tnu powor behlnd tbo victory in Hrook ya is a olub of nbout a thousand young republicans, honorable, progreasive, doter nilnod mon. Two yoara ago this organiza tion brought out Mayor Low, and it haa twioe oontribnted to hia election againat one of Ihe most powerful and unaorupu lous politlcal rings in tho country. Tliey havo shown tbe powor of legltimato, hon ost and eonsiblo mothocls in tho hand ot alort, earnest citizens in roforming politica, as against tbo nohiovomonta of profes sional politicians. They bavo appealed to reason and havo supported thcirappeal by a direct, porsonal, unpaid propagandism amcng tho votors of tbo city, and on elec tion day by work in protecting the polls and in other proper and neccssary ways. Their exampla mlght profitably be fol lowed by the young men in other...

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