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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 27 June 1883

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOUI1NAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1SS3. Williamstown. Dk. Gideon Dickinson of Milton!. Mass., ls revlsltlng thls, bla oatly homo. Miss DiCKKOiii) o( Barre Is flnlshlng out tho school ln tho Calvln Fllnt dlstrlct, Miss Kath Bass of Chlcngo ls oxpoctod horo soon tu spend gomo wookg wltli her friends. Miss Lucia Hauhiman' hns boen obltgcd to glvo u p hoc stimmer school on account ol 111 health. Tiib Congregatlonal soclety Is llkoly to ndopt tho plan ,of ono sermon on Sunday, (or tho present. One of out young mcn liaa justrotnmedfrom a few months stay la Iowa, ontltoly sntlsfied wlth Yerraont. Miss Flora Hitnsnv wns compclled by 111 health to glve np bor scbool, and Miss Clnra Temploton wlll ilnlsh lt. Lawykk J. W. GitEaonv and wlfo of Waits field wero tn town last week vlsitlng bla gls tor, Mrs. Frank Godfrey. "Ikb" Moi'i.TONand James K. Lvndo last week deluded qulte a sttlug of trout as to "tho true inwnrdnoss" of balt. Joshua Bailky. an autborlty on beos, say...

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. — 27 June 1883

G VERMONT WATCHMAN Ss STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JTJNE 27, 1883. TVIIAT THK TKAVKI.EU 8AI11 AT 8UNSET. The ttindow grow and dcepen ronnd me) I tte the dewfall In the alr) Tbe tnutzzln cf the darkenlng ttilckst, I hear the nlght-lhruah call to prayer. The evening wlnd l aad wlth f arewells, And lovlug bands unclasp froin mlne) Alone 1 go to meet the darknets Acrots nn awful boundary-llne. Aa from the llghted hntrths behlnd me I pana wlth slow, reluctant feet, What wells meln the land of strangenesa ? What face shall (mlle, what volce rhall gteet ? What ipace shall awe, what brlghtness bllnd me? What Uiunder.roll of mnslo stun ? What vaat processlona iweep before me Ot thapca unknown beneath tba lun 1 1 ihrlnk from unaccuUomed glory, I dread the myrlad-volced stralo Olre mo the unforgotten facei , And let iny loit onea tpeak agaln. Ue wlll not chlde my mortal yearnlng Who Is onr brother and our frlend, In whose full llfe, dlvlne and hnman, Tbe hcnvenly and the earthly blcnd. Mlne ie tb...

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. — 27 June 1883

VERMONT WATCUMAN & STATE JOTJRNAE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1883. 7 TIIH 1JI.UK JAY. O Utue Jay P I" maple Irce, Shaklng your throit wllh sncli bursts of glee, How dld yoa happen lo be so blue 7 I)lcl jou steal a lilt of the lako for your crest, And fastcn blne vlolels Into your vet7 Tell me, I prny jou, lclt me truel J)lil jrou illp your wlngs ln aiure dye, Whm Aprll began to palnt tlie sky, That was Ple wllh tlie wlnlft's stay 7 Or wero you liatched from a bluebell brlght, 'N'eatu tlio wamii g ,ld Wet of a sunbeam llgtit, By tlie rlver ono blue sprlng day 7 0 lllue Jay np ln tbe marlo tree, A-tomlng your saucy head at me, With ne'er a word for niy ciuestlonlng, fray, csiue for a moment your " tlng-a-llnk," And liaar whon I tell you wliat I thlnk. You bonntest blt of tlie sprlng 1 thlnk when tlio falrles msde tlie floweri, To grow ln these merry nelds of ours, Perlwlnklf a anil vloleta rare, There was Uf t of tbe spring's own color, blue, Plenty to f athlon a flower whote liue Would...

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. — 27 June 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAI,, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1883. A Grent Dny In Uurllnpton. Commenceraont exerclsea at tho Unlvpraitv 01 vermont bavo been made memorablo thla year by the ImnoRlng ceremonlea attendlnir tbe relaylne of the cnrner stono orlglnallv 1ld by Lafavette flfty-elsht yeara njjo, and bv the unrelllni; in the cnllpgn twrk of the Btatuo of the dlstlngulshed Vrenchman, the glft of John P. Howard. Aalde frora the dltnlrnrl. In Vlted eueata and those cnnnected wlth tho va rious owinizatlona whlfh formed a part o( thn processlon, a raultltude of poplo from nll parts of tho atate thronned tn Ilurllneton anrl wero lntrested ppectitoraof the pccnes nnd ceremonlea. The streeta of tho cltv were earlv tbronged nnd each nrrlvlnir traln tlll noon added Itf contlngent tn tho crnwd. Thn cltv wa eny wlth flnjrs nnd atrcamPrs. l'nbllp bulldlnc". honaes nnd privatn dwolllnea, Rrreeta nnd bloclts, bore nn unmlatakably gala day appoar nnce. Durlne the fornoon tho annnnl meet Irjga...

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. — 4 July 1883

BY W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1S83. VOIi. 78. 4003. NO. 3S. Montpelier & Wells R. R. R. Taking EffectJune 25, 1882, Trains tenvo Montpelier as follows! Mall at 8.00 A. M., Exnrena at 1.30 r, M., Mlxed at 4.10 r. M. i arrlvo at Wells Klver nt 9,40 A. M., 3,10 1'. i., 7.3) r. u. Trains teave Wells Jltvcr as follows t illip-l at 4.00 A. M., Acconmiodatton at 10. 05 A. u., .Mall at 4.00 r. M.; arrlve at .Montpelier ut 7.4) A, M., 11.50 A.U., 9.90 r. ll. Traln lenvlng Montpelier at 8.00 A. M. and 1.30 v. II. make cloee connectlona at Wella Rlver for a)l polnta In the White MoimHinn; alo fnr Ilcoton and all Interme dlatepolntn. W. A. HTOWELL, Suverinlendent. F. W. MOllSE, Otntral Patttngir AgtnU Central Vermont Railroad. Commencingjune 25, 1883. Trains Oolng South wlll T.cttve Montpelier as follows; 8ff Q m M.VIL, from Rt. Albana and Rnrllneton ,JJ a, III, for Conconl, Manchester, Xftthua, Wor cester, lowell, Fltclilmrs, lSorton, Sprlng fleld. New London and N...

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. — 4 July 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJJRNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUIiY 4, 1883. Jjlgricitllitntl T. If. 1IOSKINS. Newport, Vt., JSilltnr. T1IK UNDKll DOO IN TIIK KIUHT. I know tlutt tlie world, tlie great, liig world, From tlie iennnt up to the klng, IU n dlffcrent talo (rom tlie tale I tell, And n dlflercnt ong loHog. llut for m and I caro not a Msgle flg If they y I am wrong or nm rlgtit I Klisll lm; go for ttieweaker dog, The unJcr dog In tlie flglit. I know that the world, tlie great, blg world, Will never a moment atop To ece whlcli dog may lie ln the fault, llut wlll nbout for tlie dog on top. llut (or me, I Miall nem natiHe to ark Whlch dog may be ln the rlght, For my heart wlll bcat, v, lilte 11 boate at all, For the under dog lu tbe llght. l'erchance what I've lald I Iiad better not ald, Or 'twas better I had eald lt lncog, llutwlth heart and wlth glaMfllled chock tothebrlm, Ucre't a licalth to the bottom dog. Datid Itarler, Spcclnl Fertilizers. The Brattleboro Pl.anix copies our re- mar...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 4 July 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN Ss STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1883. 3 j:n voyaok. Whlctaever way the wlml iloth blow Homo lieatt I glail to have It 0 Then Uow It cRt or blow It wet, The wlnd tbat blows, tlmt wlud la best. My little cratt nalla not alonc; A ttiomaml fleet frcni every tone Ate out upon n thoiuand tcas i And what for mo wero favorlng breezo Mlght dasli another, wlth the Mipclc Of dooin, npon some hldden rock. And o I do not dare to pray ror wlnd to waf t me 011 my way ( llut leave lt to a Illglier Wlll To tay or jccd me truitlng 1111 Tlmt all la well, nml tnre tliat he Who launched my bark wlll all wlth we Through ttorm and calm, and w 1U not fall, Whateyer breezes may prevall, To land me, every verll pat, AVltliln IiIj shelterlng licaren at last. Then, vlmUoever wlnd doth btow, My lieart la glad to bave It ao; And blow Iteiut or blow It weft, Tbe wlnd tbatblowa, tbat wlnd a best. Carollnt A. Milton, in Chritlian Vnion. How to bo n Mauufauturer. Thoro is only ono way of doing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 4 July 1883

4 VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, JUT.Y V, 1883. Sffntchmitit & $otminl. WEDNESDAY, JUIA' l, 1883. Ttnite gj.00 per yer, ttrtclly ln nctvnncoi or (2.50 lf nol pald within ttireo month. To Genehai, Giiant belougs tho honor o inaugurating a policy o peaoo and ed ucation in respect to tho Indiaua, tho f ruita of whioh aro scemingly wondcrful. General Crook has just onded a little war witli a few hundred fugitives beyond tho Moxlcan line. It is probably tho last timo that our troopa will bo called upon to " fight tho Indians." Tho reservation system iustituted by Genoral Graut, with its teaohers, missions, farms aud house holds ia changiug beforo our oyes tho oharaoter of thoso savages. They aro rapidly loarning tho ways of civilization aud aro far towards tho goal of their am bition an enlightoned Amerioan citizen ship. Tho Indlan problem, whioh years of blood aud violenoe in vain easayed to solve, is at laat solved by tho peaoeful mothod of tho great warrior. Th...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 4 July 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURlSTAIi, WEDNESDAY, JUJLY 4, 1SS3. 5 Waterbury. WATKHimitv National IIank has declarcd R eeml-annual dlvldend ol four por cent. Dan Ciiask Is nt home for n faw days, rc poalng from hls commerclal meandorlngs. TitANisroL Rowi'LL, a chnrgo of tlio town for several years, dled nt tho poor farm hut weok nt tho lige ot clghty years. Mk. Jo9if.ru TuitMKit of Duxbury, fathor of Mrs. II. F. Plckett. hns bccn seriously 111 for two woeks, but la la n moro comfortablo condltlon. Mns. VAtnit'nN has n cnctna plaiit that sports bIx largo bcautlful blossoms and at one tfmo bIio conntod forty buds thatproniiso other Kossoms. Mk. Bovck, Mr. Whnlon's successor In tho mcat business, has bcon palntlng, whltowash ing and glvlng tho old innrket n genernl sweetenlng. Dhacon Ai.mtiiT Dillinoham, untll recently llvlne at Colby vllle, hns beou vlsltlng hls dnugh ter, Mrs. Blrtel, at Hlghlnndvllln, Mass., and returued to bla horao ln Stowo Saturday after noon. TiiEitrslsa pcar...

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. — 4 July 1883

G VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAT,, WEDNESDAY, JULY JL, 1883. LEFT ALONE AT EIGUTT, Tut up the old plpe, tnydear, I couldn't imoke lo-day l'ra sortof dued and trlghtcned, And don't know what to say. lt's lonosome ln the lioue liere, And lonMoine ont of doort I never knew wtnt lonesome mount In aU my llfe bofore, Tbe bees go bummlng the whole day long, And the first June roe has blown And t am elgbty, I ra today Too old to be left alone. 0 Ileart of Love, to stlll nnd cold I 0 preclous llps, so white I For the first sad hours ln slxty years, Tou were ont of my reach lat night. 1 can't rest now I ctnnot reitj Let the old man have his will, And wander froin porch to garden-post, The house i to deathly itlll Wander and long for a Mgtat of the gate Shehaj left aju for roe. We liad got ucd to each other, dear 3o uied to each other you ee. Slxty yeara, and eo wle and good I She made me a better man From the moment I klmcd her fair, young face, And our lover'a llfo began . And I held ...

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. — 4 July 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1883. 7 I.KNMNO A HAND. Steadlly, stoadlty, little hand Stcadlly-lhat ls the way Over tlie rorka and the ahlf llng aands, Over ttio breathless bay. l'nll Bway, ptill away, little mate, Keep tlma wlth Iho ptaahtng oar. What wlll tliey My wlio watch tho bay AVhcn they ace ua pull to shore V tlttlo brown harnln, bnl 1 know they rnake Alwonderfnl channe to mc 1 fancy the old bont for thelr sake floes merrlly over tho aea. Many a tltno wlicn my heart ls aoro, And tlred of Its wcaty part, lf the little brown flngcrs touch the oar, I frcl tlie touch at my heart. When the wlnds blow rough and foas mn hlgli, l've a tnate that ls atrong and bold For a suinmer ana and a summer aky l've iny little lx-year-old. Then over the beaullfnl bay we float, Far out f rom the hot dty land, And merrlly, merrlly goe s tbe boat, If ahe only lends a hand Calm and liappy I) my little mate, And calm and bappy am I; And stlll I pray that my darltng's fate...

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. — 4 July 1883

s VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUEY 1, 1883. Orange County Court. AVllllftm Derjsmore, tho resportdent who wns found Kullty nt ono nssnnlt upon nno Scrlliner, wg pentencod to p.iy u flno o( $25 nnJ costs. Tiiftilno wns pald. Jol) Slack vs. Geore W. Clevelnnd. Thls wag An nctlon of npprnnpsittorecnvern Vialiince between n note for S310 and ono for SHO. Tho clfllra of tlio plnlntlfT was that ln tlio sprlng of 1878 holoaned $300 to tho deOudant. Somo tlmo pubcqnPnt to theloanlne, dnfendant gave hls note for tho nmount Thfro wnn nt tho gamn tlme n book Hccotintexlatlnir botwcen the partles who both reslde nt Chelsea. Slnck In tondlnp to leave town, called upon thfl defend ftntand the two gpttlcd tliolr mittual bookao connts the S300 Inan, wltli accnmulated luter est it was nirreed should be nnt tnto n now note, for 8340, whlcli wan to boleftut the Chel sea bank tn bo endotsed by one Iltint, brothnr-in-law of defendant. Pliilntiff gnpposod thls to liave been done, but...

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. — 11 July 1883

BY W. W. FRESCOTT MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, JTILY 11, .etv Jidvertwfintrnta. Haying Tools for Sale, YankeellayltflkPnndMudsett llay Tedder, new thla seaaon. wlll be aold tli nett Mondav after my h Ing 1ft done t a iliscount from cot. CAltL. L. 8MTT1I. Montpelier, VI,, Jnly 2, W2. 13-04 Wasliington County! Don't forget the oM atand on Rlate street, oppoatte tlio Coutt IIouko called THE BISHOP HOTEL! .Where vou can get a enort sn,nare meal and four qusrts of oata for horae for llfty cntB. No rent tnpavand dolng bualnest on hard-pan prleea. One and 11 glve lui a call, and you wlll save enoiigti to buy your wlfe n new Ihawl. II. FAIjES. THE TROY MENEELY BELL FOUNDRY. Clinton H, Meneely Bell Company, TROY, N. Y., Mannfacturea superlornn!iUtvof llelta. Ohlet Work inen. GreAteat Kxperlenee. I.argt Trade. Hpeclal at tention glvra to Church lillle. llliistrated Cnulogue malleil free. RANDOLPH FrU Term opf ns Tuesday, August 28, 1883. Teachere and thoe delgnlng to teach wlll do well to cona...

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. — 11 July 1883

bHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAI,, WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1883. n Igancc. up hia reioinder remarka upon hia article on tha benefita o extravaganco to the communi ty with the statement that the rioh apend Uirift ia to bo preferred to tho rioh miser for a neighbor. Thia appeara to be the Sum ol all he haa to say on tha aubiect. IAa for ua, wo ehould be puzzled to choose between the two evila : but wbat. mav wa lask, ia tho eenso of shutting ouraelvea up Iw a onoioe uetween two evila ? There are aurely other aorta of people in tha Iworld than apendthrifts and misers. We Imay say, at least, tnat tho miaer'a hoard ia not wasted usoleaslv. hia neighbors by the Bight and examplo o wastefulness. Miaora die, and the wealth they were afraid to mako use of comes perhapa into better hands, and does Bomo good. Uut the apeudthrift ruin8 himself, corrupta hia assooiates, and so far aa he employa labor, omploya it upon the production, mainly, of uaelesa or injurious things. What we need, aooially time, ia a...

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. — 11 July 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1883. 3 THH llAOl'Il'ES IN TII1J OITY. My heart "prang up, with a qutcker beat, At the HlRliland atraln In tlie duaty atrect, And the ilrono of Ihe bagplpea, htllly aweet. Scarcely b man mi the plper-clilel A atrlp of n lad, from the livnil o' llio leal, Whoae chantcr apoke what hia heart woulil ftel, And tlie mothera daneed tlielr Iiablcs tliere, At tlie aquilld foot of the common (fair To the toncmcnt lodglnga, ioor and bare. And the plpor-lad played up n t prlng Thnt gave the youngstcra' feet n atlug, Aml they capcred nbout hlin wondcrlnjr. And he, too, Uttcd a llghtaoina toe, Slerrlly paclng to and fro, Like the plper-lajdlea of long ago, Atii rnnalc, tlater to goda and men, Better thy aplrlt, tliere and then, Than the anllen volca of tho Boiiy den I And better the exlle, playlng lilgli Tho chant of ft paat that cannot dle, Than liarp, or organ, orflfo, orcryl For tlie notca went tklrllng up and out, To tho Uatentng ang...

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. — 11 July 1883

4 VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1883. WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1883. Tmm-3.00 ier year, itrlctly In advance; or $3.80 If not palu wlthln three montha, Tiik amonnt of stampg imprinted on chooka and drafta received at the internal revouue bureau for cancellation and ro demptlon exceeds $35,000,000. The words " statnp redoemed " ia imprinted upon tlio chooka and thoy aro return cd. Sbiptncnts of checka with stamps canceled are beiug made from tho inter- nal rovenuo buroau daily. Persons hav ing stamps upon checks and draf ta can celed and returned to them, need not, however, expcct tho inoney for tho valuo of the stamps so canceled for some to come, as all suoh claima are reforred to the accounting ofiicers of tho department to be audlted beforo warrants are issued. Santa Fe, New Mexico, is now in tho full tide of its " tertio tnillenial " celebra tion. It has continued ten daya and will laat about threo weeks longer. On the oponing day there was a procession i...

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. — 11 July 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN fc STATE JOTJRtfAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 18S3. 6 Sherlff I.uko Parlsh appearod upon tho acene. Ile waa at Chelsoa attonding Juno torm o( Orange county coiitt, when tho nows como to him that Ely was abfnze wlth tho luild llght o( clvll war, and ho lmmcdlately gtnrted to tlio reacuo ol hla boloved country. H was a mo montous occnslon for hlm, chlefly because ho loftt hls head whlch, nlthough, a poor ono, wna all lie lind and a dcal better to hlm, at loast, tlinn nnno at nll, Thia young gontlemnn Is a melancholy instnnce n tho appllcatlon of the rulo ol rotntlon in ofllco ln thls state. It ls tho custom In Orange county for the deputy shorllTs to tako tho shrlevnlty ln turn, nud unlucklly for tho stfito it becarae hls tnrn in 1882 to bo nominatod. In ordlnary tlmes tho chlof duty of a Bhorift la to shout "Hoaryo," "Hoar ye, at tho bcglnnlng and end of court, and to Mt in a box ngalnst tho f Ide of tho court-room and sleep tho day through as bost ho cnn, Sometlmes, in t...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 11 July 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE eTOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1883. TIIE UAKKKNKD WAY. The donds Imnit low. So dnrk tlie way To take one onward step, 1 cannot see, Aml so am atn stand to-day, And crjr, 0 1.onl, to theel Aflectlons throng upon my slght, Tlll nottiloK fl'O before iny vlslon llos, Lord, tcacli me how to jirny atlght, My lieatt, by faith to tlte. Tlll I can lay thesa burdens ilown, And see thy hand ln all the past, Andllve to wln that heavenly crown That may lie mlne at last. 1 would ko gladly wotk for thee, My whole llfe long, with all my will. 0 make me see, my wotk may be To tuSer and lle (tlll. llave I of thy way liecn af ralil, And tlicrefore constantly Tef nd To see the openlng tlion hast made, And thus got to conf used ? Forglve me, Lord, and I will seek Tby bles'ed servlee everniore; Will walt or labor aa thou wllt, Untll my llfe ls o'er. lltltn M, nitulotein ChritUanal Worl. Tlio Strnwlierry Fcstlvnl. The dpficieno in tho pastor's salnry hod wpirihprl on Deacon S...

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. — 11 July 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1883. 7 THIS I'ATATj OLASS. llewarc beware of the fatal glaaa, A ilemon lutks wltliln Tlio potaoned itnft that atcala the bralna And cauaea ahame and aln. Thedrunkard'a liome, 'tls ft deaolate ptacel Mlaery, want and atarvatlon Are lome of Ihe thlnga well known to all l'oor vlctlma of dlaalpatlon. Men who once poaacajed Intclllgcnce Have often loat ttielr reaaon, And men who onco ttielr country loved Havo oflon thought of treason, White crazcd by tho dcmon alcohol, And deprlved of ttielr right aenaea; All regardleaa ot ttielr aufferlnga, And heedlcaa of ejpenaea. Ttie wlfo and chlldrcn of auch men Who knowa what they endnre Whllo trylng nlghl and dajr to keep The wolf outalde ttielr doorj Whlle tlio father vtalts dally The grog-ahop and ttie lnn, To acek tolare from the botlle Of polaoned rum and gtn. Oh, dcmon and be deatroyerl When wtll Ihy doora be aenled? "W11T the crlmca thou hat comniltted Kre to manklnd be revealed 1 ...

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. — 11 July 1883

s VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, JV1JY 11, 1883. GoiIilp.nl Sfinliiary. We roerct excocdlngly tlint a rnport ot tho proceedlnfjs rttthls excMlent InstltuHnn ntttie closo of its soliool yonr was nnt tecolred In sn son for nnblloatlon lftst week. Goddnrrl lina nnlshod fourteen ywtrs of n usefnl exlstencft. Thn Mprclsoq on tnls nccxslnn wern npenecl hy Rer. E. II. Cnpen. D D., Collejre IIII1. M... In a sermnn to the RrndtMMriK class. " Tha lleht nf the bodv Is thn eyo." .wns tho ecrlntnrn whlcli thn preachnr rhose for hls text. Tlls tllsconrsn altnpd tn show thn rnal nld for dolng thn work of llfn affnrded hy truo educntlnn. Mnnday mornlnit thn eximlnatlons heican, and In the afternoon thn rhetorlcal exerrises of the jnn lors were hfiard. Intorspersed wlth mnslc tho followlne proernmmn was ohsnrvedi Oratlon, "Pnrnnsn." Fmnk 0. Ilnncroft; fsay, "Fair les." Mlss Katn .T. Oimphell; oratlon, "Om tory." Lewis D. Coburn: esav, " Mvths of the Annlo-Ssxons," I.ena J Monrrrnf...

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