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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 14 November 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1883. fcanlshed nnd curgod." And when nskcd whether lie would retract at home, he closed wlth those memorable words, " Here I gtand, and camiot do otherwlse, God bo my liolp. A Rev! D. K Mlller then dwelt UDon Luther ag a gplrltual lender. SomeonohaBgald: "Every rctormmiist flrst bewon by n piritnal strug clo " Thus was It In tlie earden of Gethsem ane. when the gln1es Son of God won tho ro demptlve battle In hls own gotil. Thus wlien 1'auh on tho way to Damagcua, gaw the groat lieht. foll prostrato, and after dayg. roso to new llfo. He fought and won In lila very gnlrlt tho battles of tbeapostlea and martyrg. Luihf r hd lilg Getliaomano and lilg DAmaecug. In tlie cell at Ktfutth, wlth the old monk at the glde of lilg humblo couch. whlle he toemed III nnto death from long fastlnga and medltntlve Tjfiila, he fought out and won the battles of the Reformatlon. AVhon he waa askod If he belleved In the "forglvoness of glna." ...

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. — 14 November 1883

0 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1883. AN ILLUAUNKD TKXT. BT ADXLAIDB 0. WATIBI. The gray monk, rlslng, wlth a loylng prlde Lald tho long Usk of patlent monllis Mido, The slmple story of tlie gonpels told Inleltertngof crlnuon nd of go1d On Its rlcli psgmt streamed llia settlng snn, And now his life waned and his work wl done. He puMied away the heayy oakcn door, And ttood wllhlii the sun-ct calin onco more. AboTO Ihe narrowlog round of llfo he knew A ecnse of beauty and of wonder grew, Tlie leit hla art had coplcd. " Ood la Love," Caine to hlin like the homo-returnlng dove. A the wlnd ruitled ln the bcarded graln, The tender words made mutlo ln hla braln I The green leaves whlspered of It, everywhcre lle read It on the blue acroll of the alr, As If more clearly aml ln falrer gnlse The Lord hlmsetf Inscrlbed lt for men's ejeal Tlio Kcst of tlio Dcncon's Creed. "I wish," said the deacon, "that I woro a woman." The deacon's wife looked up at liim a trif...

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. — 14 November 1883

7 Grand Opening of Fall and Winter Dry Gooils at M. M. Knight STOWE STREET, "WATERBURT", YT. 1 VERMONT WATCIIMAN fc STATE JOURiVAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1883. We can now show the largest line of Fall and IVinler Goods over exhibitod 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 BLACK SILES! 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 have one of the largest assortraents 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 examine...

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. — 14 November 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JGURNAIi, WENDESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1883. Weelcly News Summary. Vermont. A Good TkmMjAks' lodgo has beon etartedat Newport wlth slxty mornbers. Auotrr sevpnty-flvo tona o( honey have been Bhlpped from Addison county, thla Benson. TmtRR boys In St. Jobnabury nctdemy have been sent horao for wrltlng unchnsto versea. Thr losaeaof Homo Rutland Btock oporntors In New York aro sftld to bo qulto boiIous to tbem. Exchangc. Fiftekn farrafra on ndjolnlng farma ln Bar nard havo over 1,(KK) turkeya that wlll nverage ten pounda aplece, dressed. Tnn not proceeds o( tlio Froncli Cathollc fair. llurllntzton. nraninted to the handsome eum of conslderably more tban three thousand dollars. Fiiank Btsnor of West Burke has thta Ben son ahot 230 partrldgeB. Ono dny be shot twelve and another day tblrteen wlthout tlio belp of a dog. Miis. Fiiank Dahtt of Perkinsville com mltttd Bulclde recently by taklne l'arla greon Grlof at ihe loaa of lier husband who dled about two yeara Bln...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 21 November 1883

BY W. W. PIIESCOTT. JM NTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1883. VOIi. 79. 4023. NO. G. JjgitMtman & $owmh WEUNESDAY, NOVHMUKIt 21. 1883, To Old Snbscrlbors. Wo are hlglily gratlfled that so lrmuy nre taklng advantago o our offer to send Qood Cheer for ono yoat fuek to those who pay for Tiik Watchman one year in ndvance. Fot tho present tbe tlme to whlch advance payment wlll bo requlred wlll be Novcmbcr 1, 1884. To ovold any mlsunderstandlng, we wlll stato tho ofTor nnow: AU subscribers, old or now, who wlll pay (or Tiik Watchman to November 1, 1881, ill rocelve Oood Cheer ono year fiire, Send sevontoen centa or tho odd montbs, Those who do not wIbIi to take up wlth thls offer are requcsted to settle their dueg aa goon as posslble, as wo nro ln lmmedlate need of tbo money. Do You Wish n Vnltiablo Frciiilum Frcol The rapldlty wlth whlch tho number o( our snbscrlbers la Increaslng, wlthout any speclal effort on our patt, leads us to bellere that a little well-dlrected elTort 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. — 21 November 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1883. T. II. HOSKINH, Newport, Vt., Killtor. Gnmbllnrr. Tho New Ilampshiro Mirror j Fprmtr reoently printed an exoellont artiolo upon gambllng, oxtraota from whleh were re publtshed in thla papor. It was strongly written, but was speclally romarkable for its omlsslon to reprobato tho worst and muat dangerous form of gambllng in rural oommunltios, Abont ovory kind but horao-gambllng camo In for etrong condemnatlon, yet right in tho oity whore tho Mirror ia prlntod thero had boen but rocently extalblted, under tho aueplcea of two so-called agrionltnral sooletiee, tho moet disreputable kind of horae-gambHng, charaoterized, as tho Mirror itself ac knowledged, by groas oheating also. Wo do not bellevo that the wrlter of tho Mir ror's article on gambllng waa ignorant of, or indifferent to, theao dlsgracoful facts. We think, indeed, that tho article, as written, had a atrong paragraph upon this very subject, which waa exoised ...

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. — 21 November 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN fc STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1883. 3 OLD CU9TOMS. Old cuitonn I Well, our chlMren eay TVegetalongwlthont thera Unt you and I, dear, In our day Had other thoiighta abont them. Tbe dear old halilta of the pat 1 cannot ehooM but love Uiem, And alah lo llilnk tlio world at lat lla aoared bo far above tlicm. We Ind nol, !n the ycar gone by, The grace tbat art dlfcovern) Our llvea were c1mer you aml I Were very almple lovera. And when, our ililly dutlen o'er, We&tayed betlde llio ruhe! The on.y gpms you ever wore Were bilght and bloomlng bluphcs. Onr tmtlo way waa alow, but yet Bt me good there waa about It, And many llls wo now regret Old hablta would havo routcd, I know onr clilldren still can lea The fllth comraandmrnt'a heauty II ay they obey, as we once did, rrotn love and not from duty. The world to-day 1b far too high In wisdom to confess them Bnt well we know, dear, you and Ii For wkat we have to bless them. Though love waa ln the heart of each, ...

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. — 21 November 1883

i 4 VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1883. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMHEK 21. 1883. Tm-$.00 per yer, ttrlctlr l dranoe or I1.W If not vM wlthln three month. Our frioud o the Landmark out-B&g-stocln tho alyness of old Joey B. in ex prosslng hls wllllngnesa to bot an apple thnt " this laat soattoring oandldato artl ole in Tiik Watoiiman is by tho ounnlng o Nlchols." No ono but tho Landmark could havo ponotratod tho deop dlsguiso in whioh thnt plot was envolopod. The Landmark's voice is for Pingree, the Rutland Herald oponly and the Free Pren indlrectly booms for Blllings, and tho Index brings out Dlckerman o New port. In jnstice to Governor Barstow, It shonld bo said that the mention of his namo in conneotion with a re-eleotion is in no wlse inepired by hitn, and, in fact, it mot with hls sincero and outspoken dep reoation. Tho governor has tnade a fa vorable impression by the senslblo and unassnming discharge of his duties. Tho encore with whioh tho press and ...

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. — 21 November 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURKTAI WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1883. 5 sprlng Mr. Cooley got up a pony englne In the new shop liero nnd gettlng hls foundry Into runnlng order procecded to mnke tlio cAstlngs. ncceasary for n sectlonat boller of aome forty horse-power, Thls bollor lio conatructed hlm. aolf, put It In posltlon nnd Btnrted up hls ma cblnory. IIo has epont the aummor nnd fall ln rnaklng the toole nnd pomo apeclal mnchines for tlio mnnufncturo of tlio sand-box axle. 111a preparatlons nre completed nnd a large lot of work la now ln process of flnishlog. Tlie axles are mndo of iron or Beaaemer stoel, nnd are fnrnlbcd wltli the bnshlng for the hub nnd the patent p.ind boz, The latter ln a potfoct lock ont to sand, dlrt ormud ; lt lg llght, compact nnd dnrablo ln constructlon, and when the wheel Is finlahed nnd ln posltlon on the axle, tho pros cnce of the sand box la dlacerntble only on closo lnspcctlon. It is open to no objectlon on the ecoro of appeArancea or by leaaon of n...

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. — 21 November 1883

0 VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNATj, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1883. LUTHKH'H HKFOimA.TJON 11YAIN. " F.ln fesle Iiurg." A atronghold flrm, a truaty ebleld, When rglng fooa appnll na, Our Ood defenaa and help clolh yleld, When heavy llla befall ui. With anclent bltter hato, Such m'ghl and runnlng great, Aa guldea no earthly atm, riotllng ii) deadly liirra, Our loe altempta to enlbrall ui, Onr hrraan atrength avalla ua naugbt, Onr atruggles aoon ere euded, And we ln IMllah anarea wete canght, Unl M by Ood betrlendeil. Xnow ye our champlon'a narae? AU heaven tel hla fam, " Jeaua, tlie Lord of lloati," llla might our woakncaa boatti; Dy hlin are we defended. Wbat tbongh ln every path of llfe A hoat of flenda endearor To wonnd ua ln the dedly atrife f Their arta aball trlumph neror. Theautuorof allill llay threaten aa be will J II la tbrono and emplre prond, llut for a llme allowed, A word thall end f orever. God'a teetlmony atandeth anre, Vhateverman bttldpth; Ue makea the weakeat aa...

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. — 21 November 1883

7 Grand Opening of Fall and Winter Dry Gooils at M. M. Kniglifs STOWE STREET, "W"TE1IBTJI"3 "VT. J VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1883. "We can now show tho largest line of Fall and Winter Goods eyer exhibited in this section. Our DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT! is full of all the new styles and fabrics of the season. Elegant Brocade Velvets in all the popular colors, and a very full line of the celebrated Nonpareil Velveteens. .We are also throwing out Some Drives in BLACE SILES! Priccs $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00. They are as good value as can be found in NeAV York or Boston markets. "We have one of the largest assortments ever shown in Northern Vermont now on exhibition in OUR CLOAK 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 e...

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. — 21 November 1883

s VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAlL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1883. Weekly Ncws Summary. Vermont. Two batns ln Ilydo Patk were unroofed by tho rccent gale. Fautifs lmvo baon dlscoverod taklng flsh II legally from Greensboro lako. Tiib Vergennes flremou liavo presonted tholr chlof, T. C. Mlddlobrook, several plocoa of bII TOr. A tvood plle nt Salisbury took flro oarly SuDdiy tnornlng from a rmssliig trala and was destroyed. Tiik I'ierpolnt monumont bas arrlvpd nt Ver gennes, and workmon aro engaged ln placiDg itln poaitlon. Tnn prlce pald for forty Snnnlsh merlno lambs sold by F D Barton ol Waltham to an Autttrallan party was $12,000. Thb weavers ln tlio rolll nt North Townal truck at eleven o'clcck Frlday forenoon, and fonr hundred looma Aro now Idlo. St. Aliianb bas a "gonulne orlglnal" mln stiol comp-iiiy, wlioso members nro not under tho necesglty ol unlng burnt cork. Wiiilb Wllllara Cobb, a laborcr. was chop ptng ln tho wooda near Arlington, Lls ear was tevered by a tree fall...

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. — 28 November 1883

ttim&u BY W. W. LESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1883. VOXj. 79. 4024. NO. 7. VVEDNESUAY, NUVKMUttR 28, 1883. Clinngo of Tlmc. Tlie dato to whlch It ls noceseary torour aub icilbera to pay In order to get Oooil Chccr one year free la aet forward ono month at tho beglnning of each month. Aftor thls week tbo date wlll bo Dbcemueu 1, 183-1. So tliat ftll aubscrlbors, old or new, who wlll pay for Thb Watciiman to Decomber 1, 1834, wlll recelvo Good Cheer one yenr free. Send soventeen cents for tho odd montha. ThoBO who do not wlah to Uke up wlth tbla offer nro reqneatod to oottlo thelr duos aa soon as posslble, as wo ato ln lmmedlato ncod of tho money. Locnl Itcms. Duuob at Baacom'al Patent medlclnea at Baacom'all Tiin finest clgara at Boscom'slt! Eijmant handkerchlof extracta at Baa eom'sllll Bia trado In "Dlamond Dyoa" at BaE tom'slllll LniitAity lampa cheap, at Webater'p. Circdlatinci Ubiary at II. E. Slayton'a. A lot of platea at flfty centa a dozon, at Webster'...

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. — 28 November 1883

2 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1883. T. II. IIOHKIN.H, Newport, Vt., Kdltor. I'rofcssor Colllor's Trlnmpb. Wo glve, this wook, briof roports of tho snccoasful work of threo esttkblishmonts, one on tho Atlantlo coast, ono in Illinols, and one In Kansas nll engagod In mak ing sugar by tbo car-load from sorghum by tho process workod out at tho dopart mont of agrioulturo undor Commlssloner Lo Duo by Profossor Tetor Colllor, who was subsequcntly tnrned out of tho do partmont by tho prosent commisslonor, Georgo B. Loring, for tho "d-d nonsenao" ofdosiring to continuo theso investlga tions. Tho few papers in New Eogland tbat wero foollsh enough to espouse Lor ing's cause in this mattor, notably the Masaacusetts Ploughman, tho Doston ller ald and the AugtiBta (Me.) Ilome Farm, havo not yet found space to tell their readers of theso successes, havlng com mitted themeelves to the belief and state ment that sugar could not bo made, ex cept in very small and un...

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. — 28 November 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAJL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1883. 3 NANOV. Id brown holland apron she stood ln the kltchen Heraleeves were rotted np and her cbeeks al!aglow Iler hslr wn colled nnatlyi when I lndlscreelly, Btood watchlng wlille Nancy wai kneadlng the dough. Now, who conll be neater, or brlghter or sweeter, Or who hum a song so dellghlfully lovr, Or who look so slender, so graceful, to tender, Ai Nancy, sweet Nancy, wblle kneadlng Ihe dongh? How dcflly she prcned lt, and squeezod II, carossed lt And tn Isted and turned II, now qulck and now slow. Ab, me, hut that madnrsa l've pald for ln sadneas t Twai my heatt she was kneadlng m well as the dough? At last, when she turned for her pan to the drcner, 8ho saw me and blnahed, and said shyly, " l'leasa, go, Or tny hrend 111 be spolllng, ln splto of my tolllng, If you stand hero and watch wlille l'm kneadlng the dough." I beggad for permlfilon to itay, She'd not llten The sweet little tyrantsald,"No, slrl I nol nol" Tet...

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. — 28 November 1883

4 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1883. WKDNE8DAY, NOVEMBErt 28, 1883. Ttaua-tl.W wi yer, strtctly In 1tdo or $2.50 t( not pald wlthln thnw monthn. A Committeb o forty white inhabl tanta of Danvlllo, appolnted to investlgate themselves aa to tboir responaibllity for tho rooont massaoro, docide that the no groos woro to blame, a vordiot whioh for its impartiallty ohould commend iiself to pnblto conQdence. The Sprlngfleld Re publican however endeavors to slar this roport by telling in conneotion with it tho following irrolevant Btory : " The tales of Virginia demoorats about blood-thirsty Danville negroes remind one of the f ellow who waa oanght killing a sheep in anothor man's field, and ezplained tho matter by saying : ' When I'm goin' along all peaceable, there oan't no dang animal as woara wool rnn np and bite mol Yon hear me I "' CoNanKss assembles next Monday. The preliminary interest contera in the contost botwoon the demooratio aspirants for tho ...

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. — 28 November 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN SflTE JOURNAT,, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1883. Mnliono wlll 1'iBht Again. Sonator Wllllam Mnfaone hftalsaucd a ringlng circmar, expiaimng me uoieaioi me reanjuat crit tn tlio late olectlnn. Hn declares that tbe fielit n Vlre n a ehall (till co on. "Thero adjnster party," lieoaya, "camo Into belng as tlie expresslon of tbe popular wlll coucernlng thestato financcs, the rlghta of cltlzons In tbe matter o( Buff rage and froe cducatlon, the pro- tectlon ol all our peopie nnaer tno laws, and Jaat. but by no means least, tne reiatlons exlst inir botween the Btate and fedoral eovornmont." II e recapltutntes the settlement of the publlo debt by the foundora nd ahowa that thelr on erales, after years of denunclatlon, have stamped It wlth thelr approval. He shows tnat tne reaojupters tnroe years ago took the eovomment from tbe Bonrbons wlth an emntv treasury, and a large floating debt; that they lay down the govornment wlth the floating debt exunguisnea ana neariy mree-iourtns...

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. — 28 November 1883

I VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1883. 6 IMMUTA11I.K WOItOS. "Knock, and U shall be opcned." O Mercy beyond all abowlng, 0 grace fnll to o'etflowlng Iteachlng from ahore lo ahore How elmple ths condltlon, Ilow nlgli oar hope' f rultlon Llght, and ao open door I "Seeh and ye shall And." Bclno hatb long been aeeklng, Dlm la the llght thal'a breiklng, Ilnt Iiere lallgbt for all, Open, and ever burntng, For overy aoul retatnlng, In aplte of ln or fnll. "Ask and ye shall recctve," What'eer tlio aoul'a dealrlng, Or lilgli tho heart'a aaplrlng, Giory la atl 1 na vaat. Bball our klng'a word be broken T Or ahall hla promlae apoken Falltlie aplrlt atlaat? "lam ioitli you always." Alwaya Me promlee keeplng, Iteady to atay tby wceptng Wlth a ttrong f ather'a band. Yea, wlth llls own forever, Over tho laat wlde rlver, Inlo tbo golden land. Chritlian at Wort. Tho Deacon 011 Clilld-Tmlnlng. " I nhould Hko," flaid the deaoon, " to start a now society ; it BhouH bo cal...

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. — 28 November 1883

7 Grand Opening of Fall and Winter Dry Gooils at M. M, Knight's, STOWE STREET, "WATBBBTJRY, YT. We can now show the largest line of Fall and IVintcr Goods ever exhibited in tliis section. Our DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT! is full of all the new styles and fabrics of the season. Elegant Brocade Velvets in all the popular colors, and a very full line of the celebrated Nonpareil Velveteens. VERMONT WATCIXMAN & STATE JOURNATi, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1883. 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 ohildren, should not fail to examine the goods in this depart ment before purchasing. We are also throwing out Some Drives in BLACII SILKS! Prices $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00. They are as good...

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. — 28 November 1883

8 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 28, 1883 "VVeekly News Summary. Vermont. Boston fitms bougltt S5.0C0 worth of turkeys ln VerKBnnea on TliuTBclay. Tlio averago prlco waa elglueen centu, Woodstock wrs put In tslephonlo commu nlotlon wttb. Hartford, Lebanon, Bellows FalU nnd fsoon, last week. A vii-laok lmprovotnent nocloty lms ticen fortned lo. Middlebury wlth Dr. Unmlln projt deat, und a larce menibershlp u( both boxih. Thb comptroller of tho cnrrency has authoi lzed tlie I'actory Poiut Natlonal bank of Fno tory IMlnt to begln bualnesfl wlth a capltal of 5l),000. Tiik Uittland Hcrald reports a wlld woman ln WMpple llollow, rutinlng about tlie hllla hciii tily clad and terrorlzing tbo fomlnino portlon of tbe communlty. Uuhlinoton had an lncendlary fire Thurfi day nlglit, ln wlilcli a dlstrlct school-bouse And a b.irn bolonRlnij to tbe unlverslty were burnoJ. Lom to tho unlverslty, about $2,800; lnsureu lor Duhinci tlie performance of Wliltmore St Clark'g ml...

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