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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 5 December 1883

Wm BY W. V ,PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1883. VOI. 79. 4025. NO. 8. Wchmnn & $otmmh WEDNESDAY, DKCEMUKlt 5, 1883. Chnnpo ot Tlmo. Tlie date to whlch It la necop sary (or otir sub scrlbers to pay ln order to go Good Cheer one year freo la sot (orward one month nt the beglnnlng of each month. After thla weok tho dato wlll be Decembrii 1, 1881. Bo that all Bubscrlbera, old or new, who wlll pay (or Tiik Watchman to Decomber 1, 1884, wlll recelve Good Chcer ono yoar pmkb. Send goventeen cents (or tbo odd montbs. Those who do not wlsk to tako up wlth tbls offer are requested to settle tholr dnes aa soon as posslble, ns wo aie ln immedlate need of tho Local Items. Dnuas at Bascom's I Fatent medlcines at Bascom'sll Tns flnOBt clgars at Bascom'Blll Kuoiant handkerchle( extracts at Baa om'altll Bia trade ln "Dlamond Dyes" at Baa eom'Blllll LmiiAny lampa cheap, at Webster's. CnooKEar and glassware at Webster's. Cuiculatino llbrary at II. E. Slayton's. Holioat goods ar...

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. — 5 December 1883

2 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, JDECEMBER 5, 1883. ritnltttrnh T. II. IIOHKINR, Nmvport, Vt., Edltnr. Tormont Applcs in Mnlno. In tho warmor parts of Maino only tho etaudard market npploa Bldwlns, Grooniog?, Belllbwers and Kussots aro grown for markot. Bat only about ono qaarter of tho stato, Ihat portion wlthin thirty mlles ot ealt wator, nnd not all of that, caa prodaoo theio applos. Tho rest of tho stato roqalres something moro re sistant to wlnter's cold. In tho last re port of tho Maino Pomological Sooioty w notice tbat II. A. Spraguo of Char lotte, Washington connty, ono of tho ooldor eootions, speaks very favorably of two apples of north-eastern Vermont, Bcl ons of whioh wo sent him several yeara ago. Of Migog Red Streak ho saya : " It wlll, I think, prove hardy, vigorous and pro daotire, but not ao good for oating or keeplng aa tho Wealthy." (With na it ia far bettor for cooking.) OE Scott's Winter Mr. Spraguo aaya: "It haa a good fiavor in tho apring, an...

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. — 5 December 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1883. 3 IIKSIDM THE ltlKK. Bcalda thn Mer I watched hla tot dlrlne, Whlle aiinapt Me (l and tho moon roae fair To llR'it lh chimber gloom wllli mellow ahlne, Anil klw tha llpa thtt love would liardlr cUre And ihrongh ttio latttce, from the meadowi, cAma Thfi aoulh wlnd llke a aeraiih flullrg low, And fanned hla choek, and nlmoat hreathad hla name, And wired Ibe pall's welrd f rlngea to and fro. 0 llfe I wonl'l havn glven for look or n'ordl Alaa, nlaa.he could not bearmjr cryl Careu nor prajer hla wan, cold almnber 'llrrtdl The wlnd and moonllght were aa dear aa 1 1 Done weie our mlngted daja of Joy and care rartnl the patba we hid togelher trod) He on hla bler, and I bealde hlm there Eacb, ln the atlllneea, w8 alone wlth Oodl Fond heart, 1 aald, If we muat aorrow thui, And only Ood abldea forever inre, De orer chango and teari vlctorlqua I Love only hlm whlle tbe aad yeara endnrel Let good or III betlde thee, walt aa thoa...

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. — 5 December 1883

f VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1883. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1883. TuMt-tf.OO oer year, trlcUy In dvnoa or 12.40 lf oot tld wllhln three monthi. A suogkstivk slde light is thrown upon the late publio developments of tbo old bourbon splrit in tho South by privato oorrespondenco from that seotion. From the privato lottor of a Virginla bourbon wo aro pormlttod to mako the followiog extract, inspirod by the dofoatof Mahone : " Mr. Niggor has found his level by dc oision of court and volco of tho pooplo. IIo cannot. be white, bnt black always ; aud if the queatlon is droppod he will bo oome satisfled and contont to be what he is, an African, not capable of selt-govern-ing, and muoh bettor off governed by sonthern bourbon democrats." Iloro is the dlsposition to ro-enslavo " Mr. Nlgger." Of Buch is the solld South, and whilo this epirit survives tho solid North will have a solid South to fight. Frederick Billinqs of Woodstock has increased his gift, to tho U...

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. — 5 December 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5 1883. WHIInmslOTTn. SlOTTC Chclscn. Barre northfield. Mns. Dn. Howb ta at Haoover taklng care f her son, who ls Improvlng. MAtiT OncUTT entertalnod her young frlenda last Saturday, her olgtath blrthday. Tiib saloon under George II. Crane's store hag been sold by Fred Martln to Luclus C. Wobster. Mns. Hrrr I to fill Ihe yacancy ln room No. 3of thegraded echool, vfce Mlss Mlrlam Klm ball, resfgnod. DmiiNO the abaence of Rov. I. P. Dootli at Williston, bls friends set up a flne Mageo coal stove at hls house. Z. E. Howb was marrled November 20th to Jennett L, Mlllln ot East Roxbury, nnd the happy couple took a weddlng ttlp to Boston, Tiib Unlversallst soclety wlll hold a soclable ln Concert ball Thursday evening, at wblcli tlme the drama, " Out ln tho Stroets," wlll be repeatcd. Tiib Congregatlonal soclety hold a soclable at Ilowe'g ball thls (Wednesday) evenlng, and the Epl'copallans at thelr rooms ln tho depot bulldlng Thurad...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 5 December 1883

6 For the Vermont Watehman. TWILIOIIT JtKST. BT UBS. o. n. 1. When the tollaome day 1) ended, OId I ilt me down to leet Blt ma down and watrh the twlllght, Aa the enn alnka ln the west. Tli r tlme when Ood eee mi nearer, Benda to hear lil.l cblldren pray, And my hope of heaven growe deuer At the cloelni of the day. Oailngnt the golden g'ory, Jlaklng eatth eo wonderoua fair, Fllle my aleful heart wllh longtnga Dcepeat longlne, airneet prayer) Longlnga for a lonely eplrlt, rrajer tbat rny proud heart mlght be Cleanacd f roni all 11b gnllty te mlng, Made k temple raete for thee. Beatd growe mr weary iplrlt, Alt mr Father'a love I eeo llertr hla cheerf ul, teoder accent, " Weak dlaclple, tollow me." And, aa evenlng wrapa the twlllght In Ita atarrr mantle'e fo d, Though earlh'a ehadowa deepen ronnd me, lleaven'a aweel aunllght nlla my eoul. Tbo Cliurcli Ib It n Soclnl Club, or a DlTlno Fuundation ! When the strains o Tbomas' orchea tra had died away in one church, to be succeeded by Shak...

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. — 5 December 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURIVAX,, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1883. Grand Opening of Fall anil Wintei Dry Goods at M. M. Knight's, STOWE STREET, "WATBRBTJRT, YT. We have one of the larcest assortments ever shown in "Morf.linm ? 17" i. i.j-Lii.; i !T T UXUlUUb uuw ou exiuuiuun in OUR GLOAK DEPARTMENT! including all the new and elegant styles made this season in We can now show the largest line of Fall and fVinter 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 yery full line of. the celebrated Nonpareil Velveteens. We are also throwing out Some Drives in BLACE SILES! Prices $1.00,v$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 B'PKNDEKS AND ltOOXS. Ob, l'rg the proudet cbap, ilr, Amerlca's got to-day. I'd rulber rtrut about. slr, Than go with tbe boys to play. My papa went to town,...

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. — 5 December 1883

VERMONT 'WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESJDAtf, BECEMUER 5, 1883. Weekly Ncws Summary. Vermont. A Foot of nnow foll In Lamoille connty last Trldsy. Tiir enpltnl of tha rmttorml tmnVsi of Vermont Ib 97,080,000; cltculntlorj, $0,612,170. Tnn tiouso of corrcctlon now contalns flfty elglit por.ons flliy-one men and seven women. Tiir mnslcal convcntlon at St. Johnabury falled to pay cxpenses. the losa bolntj about 200. Tiib Ornnd Army haa galnod elghteen posta and one tbousand mombera In tbe stato durlng tbe yoar, Twkktt fivk Gerrnan carp hayo been put Into Fairlee luke. TIiobo fish grow to welgh from fiftoon to twenty pounda, 8t. JoiiNsnunr haa been (Crloosly nflllctcd wlth dlpbtbetla and some deatba bare oc curred, Some caaes etlll exlst tbere, Mna. Lucrktia A. Walkkii, wldow of Rer. Dr, Charlca Walker, dled at her resldenco In Pittsford, Monday, ln her elghty-fltth year. Oeohqr A, Footk of Cbarlotta borjRht 000 banelB of apploa tbis aeaaon, and ho estlmate a the applo crop In Cba...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 5 December 1883

Vermont Watchman. E3 0? 3Ft jL. ?$jernont $nhhnim. EXTBA. WEDNBBDAY, DKCKM HKU 5. 1883 President's Message, Aa tho president's messago was not sont to congross till Tuesday it waa not re celved in season for publication ln our regular isaue. In ordor that our roadorB inay have the measage whilo it is fresb, we print it in the form of an extra. Some of the pointa touohed upon bjr the president are not of popular interest. Thoao havo been either omitted or condensed, while those mattera of goueral popular conoern are given entire. On tho threshold of its deliberatioua the President congratulatea congresa upon tho favorablo aspect of tho domestio and for eign affairfl of the governraent. With re gard to Spaiu and Cuba, tho Preaident refera to the dillicultios which reault f rom tho proxiniity of Cuba and the peculiar metboda of adrniuistration which prevail there. Tho proteats of the governuient have not yet prodnoed salisfactory results. The awarda of a commiaaion agreed upon to adjua...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 5 December 1883

TIIE VERMONT WATCHMAN- EXTJRA. now aubmlt. I avow my beliof, however, that tho government sliould bo authorized by law to oxorolso aome fiort of suporvls lon ovor lntor-atato telegraph comniunica tion, and I ozproaa the liopo tbat for at taining that end Borao moasuro may bo deviaed which will rcceivo yonr appro bation. THK MOllMON QUKRTION. Tho Utah commiaaion has aubmittod to the sccretary of tho interior its second annual roport. Aa a roault of its labors in auporvising tho rocent oleotion in that territory, purauaut to tho act of March 22, 1882, lt appeara that tho porsons by that act disqualified, to the numbor of about 12,000, wero excluded frora the polh. Thia faot, however, afforda little oauao for congratulation, and I fear that it ia far from indicatlng any real and sub atantial progreaa toward tho extirpation of polygamy. All of tho membera of tho legialaturo are Mormons. Thero ia gravo roason to bolieve that they aro in aympa thy with the praoticea that thia govern ment ...

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. — 12 December 1883

BY W. W.' PRESCOT1; MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1888. Tho Wntchman tor 1884. Tho camlng year wlll bo crowded wlth stlr rlng polttlcal eventa. In the fiold of natlonal polltics the prosldentlal canvnss will ba the all absorbing Bubjoct ot people's thonghts. Tho rigns betoken oneof tho most determined po lltlcal contesta ia the hlstory ot. the conntry. Fortles are nearly evoDly balanced. The de raoeracy wlll rcnew thelr repeated strngglcs to wrest from thelr opponcn'ts the power they have wielded (or neatly a quarter ol a century. The republlcan patty wlll strenuously malntaln the lease ol the power lt has nsod wlth ench nlgnal beneflt to thewhole oonntry and to man klnd. The relatlon ot Vermont to thls lmpend Ing crlsls ln the hlstory ot the ropubllcan party and the sff airs ot the conntry wlll bo ot a closo and responalble character. In any vent, her coll wlll bo the early battle-ground ot the great oontest. Among all tho emlnent names on the paity rolls tbere la ...

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. — 12 December 1883

FAIi, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1883. Itho heat doveloped wlll monldor them down Into a much moro oommtnatod etato Itban any mechanioal moanH oan dos tho larger tho hoap tho tnoro powerfni tho aotlon, and a alight coverlng ol oarlh, mixod. if you wlll. with plaater. will ald Ila retalnlng nny ammonia that may be evolved. In olays, where potaah ia not often required, common soil may take the Iplaoe ol tho aabea. In thia i'rovlnco ol iQuebec, until the prloe of artiflolal ma luurea ta lowerod conalderably, H in vam to llook for their general employment." PARSONS" PURGATIVE ii PILLS Somo fiocky Farms Exccllont for Frutt. Every farmor ahould atudy tho adapta- Ibillty of his soil and ondeavor to so man- Iage hla land aa to obtaln the largoatprofit ablo return from lt. Not all farma aro good grasa land, but yot, some oue muat Io wn thom, and they must do tho beat thoy can with them. Somo farms aro so f all of rooks that it ia impossible to cultivate Imore than amall portiona of them, yot th...

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. — 12 December 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN fc STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1883. 3 ( I.OVF.'fl C1IASK. It mnst be nweet to be In lovo At le,ut, ao Kll Ihe mMdena prove IU Alai I nt heart'a fo hard," ahe ilghed, 1 fcar tht love wlll never moYo Itt JVjr, ont of booka, I rannotflnd A ilogle loier to my mlnd. I'tb ihonght of all the lada t know, And on each one have long reftectcdt Hot ilmw I flnd they all lnive ( nlta, rertorce lve every one tf jeeted." Bhe leaned agtln.t the wlndow there, A chatmlng picture of detpalr, BntgVowlng weary oon,ihecrl'd, Hcr dall looks, changlmc n'l to lanthtor, " Cnpld, I'vo chaaed yon long enonah J tblnk It'e yonr tnrn to comeafler 1" Hmt thoxe who knew the mald aver That It waa 7 wh followed her. 7f ury. " Our TlinnksKlTlnp." A strong faoel You may well say that ma'am, and the picture don't half do hor justice, either. I reckon it would be hard to find a woman now like tho 0110 who owned that face, and her lifo was a story just llko tboae .vou road in books. If you don...

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. — 12 December 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNA1L, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1883. 4 rnhhmnt S $otmnl Tnm-tf.OO per Tr, itrlctly In dTnoe or HJO lf ' not tM withtn three monttu, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1883. In a noto to hls republican bretbren of tho aenate, Senator Edmunds resigua the preaidenoy of that body. Tho republi- ean cauous postponod aotion for tho rea- Bon that Senator Anthony has not boen sworn In. It haa beon gonorally underatood that tho honor wonld be tendered Mr. Anthony, and by htm declined on acconnt o bis health. Sonator Sherman has boen mentioned aa tho probable choice of tho cauous, ultimately. Some four weeks ago, whon tho com missioner of taxea moved on tho Troy & Doaton railway for non-compliance with tho requiroments of the revenuo law, tho president of tho company expresaed groat snrpriee. Ho had entirely forgotten the matter, thongh the nrbane commissioner had repeatedly oalled his attention to the faot that his returns were wanted. The officlal asked for a suspens...

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. — 12 December 1883

VERMONT' WATCHMAN & STATE JOXJltNAL, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1883 5 thom. Whnt dtd thny cata If thay apolled etery ono eli6 enjoyment ? And go tnejr tilk(id and langhfd, not rolndlng wbethor De Knntflkl wu RtrengthenlnK hls mnsclo In a thnndorlng forte, or wm llghtly rendorlnn ft planlwlmo ntrBlnj not mlndlne eyen Mlts Thurby'B iweelwt bobrs. We hope that, be (ore they Rttond another enterUlnmpnt, they wlll elthnr read thla toucblng pawgraph or borrow a little good floneo ot some ono who wlll stay nt home. Tiir gentlemen who wero solected to look np ths matter of a water supply (or thls vlllBge have not bcon nnmlndful of thelr dullcft, and wlll, wlthont donbt, bo rendy to repott nczt Monday otrnlng. They have vlalted the pond and conpldered the rulvlsnblllty ot Btnrtlng from Doten's or from tbo maln body ot water fnrtber up; entlmateg havo been secured on plpe, reoponBlliln partles ofTerlng to dellver lt hero at from 835 to $40 per ton: tlify havo do ttrmlned upon the amonnt of ...

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. — 12 December 1883

VERMONT WATCttMAN fe STATE JOUBNAI,, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBEll 1, 1883. MY 1IOL1KST JOV. Tfachmetollvel Noldlerlftmobe, llul 1 1 thjr e rvlce hand and Iie irt employ, Treparf d t ) ilo thy bld ll-ig chwrf nll y ( Be llil my lilgheat and my holtiM Joy. TIio CourUslcs of tlio Poor. I havo often been touohpd by iho gon eroslty of the poor Bmong themsolves, nt times of trouble or sppcial want. If sick. ness dlsables tho mothor of a famlly, how ready aro the npighbors with such liolp as thoy can give I One will undettaho tho week's wanhing, one will seo that the bak ing is done, another will come in moming and evening to " Hdy up " the little rooms or lend a hand with the cblldren. Djubt kss many such deeda nro dono which are recorded only on high, but now and then they come under our obaerv4tton aa we go about among theBe hnmble brethren and eisters. Two shop-glrls wera reoently overheard planuing lo share between them the work of a third who had been callpd homo, and tbns save her wagps for...

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. — 12 December 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATB JOURNAt,, WEDNESttAY, DECEMBER 12, 1883. Grand Opening of Fall and Winter Dry Goods at M. M. Knight's, STCWB STREET, "WATERBURY, YT. Wo can now show the largest linc of Fall and fVinlcr Goods ever exhibited in this section. Our ORESS 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! Prices $1.00, 81.25, $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 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 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. — 12 December 1883

8 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUBNAL, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1883. Weekly News Summary. Vermont. Tns Grand army bojs ol Bellows Falls net ted S885brtfaelrfalr. Tiib puiplts o( the U.iptlst and tho Congre gatlonal churchcs o( Vergennes are wlthout Mttled Barton. Aw effort ls to be made to iccuro the annnal Boenlon o( tho Vermont Dalrjmon's AbbocIa tlon ln Rutland. It is Btated tlmt II r. E. N. nisaell o( Slioro ham Intendg to Btirt for Auetralla, about Jan nry 1st, wlth slicep. TriKnn Is A centenarlan ln Bridport Mrs. WriRht. Ilor coatonnlal annlvoraary was celo brnted December lst. A bbvkre water fuuilno thls winter ts dreadod ln Orange aud Windsor countlos. The sprlngg and Btreams are vory low. Tiis ladleg o( East Wallingford and vlclnltv recently had a plo fcetlval, wltli fdrty-two dlf ferent klnda of plo for sale. Mns. Saiiaii W. Howaiid of Windham was thrown from a wagon, Thankrglvlnr day, and badly Injared. Uer left hlp wan broken. Foun cnses of gcarlet fever bavfi appeared ...

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. — 19 December 1883

httum by w. PJRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 19, 1883. VOE. 79. 4027. NO. 10. Vttmmt Wcltmnt $ $Totmml. WEDNESDAY, DKUKMUKR 10 1883. Chaiigfl nf Tlme. Tlio date to wliloh It la neceraary for our gnb gcrlbers to pay In order to get Good Cheer one jear froo la set forward ono month at the brglnnlng o( each month. For the present all gubscribers, old or new, who wlll pay for Tiib Watciiman to December 1, 1684, wlll rocelve Qood Cheer one year vtierc Bend seventeen cents for the odd months. Tlioae who do not wlsh to lake np wlth thls offor ato requested to settle tliolt ducs ag goon M posslble, as we ato tn Immedlate need ol the money. The Watciiman for 1884. The comlng year wlll be crowded wlth stlr rlng polltlcal evonta. In the field of natlonal politlcs the prosldential canvass wlll be tho all abeorblog aubjoct ot peoplo'B thonghts. Tho Blgna betoken one ot tho most determlaed po lltlcal contests In the hlatory ot the country. Partlea are nearly evenly balanced. The do ...

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. — 19 December 1883

VERMONT WATCHMA.N & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, JDECEMBER 19, 1883. 2 JHQricnlhmtl T. II. IIOSKIN8, Newport. Vr., Kdltor. A Good Showlnjr. Thls has boen au oft year for applea most evorywhero, but here and there we hear of an orohardlst who keeps hla or ohard woll manurcd and has had a full orop and rcceived the big prioes that aro got only in off years. The following ia an inslanco happening to one in our own na tivo town, that is, U such a thing can bo sald t3 " happon " : Rtchatd Plalsted of Gtrdlner, Maine, will obtain this yoar of Bcarolty some eight or nine hundred barrela of applea from nino acres of or ohard. He givea hia treoa extra feed and oarefnl treatment. The treos are mostly Baldwina and are loaded with ftult. He manurea hia orchard liberally and mulchea hcavily. ringgcrg. A plogger i8 a person who, in aelling produoe, attempta to decoive tho buyer by introducing an inferior article, skilfully concealed by the better grades on top, whioh ia intended to be a fair sa...

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