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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 19 December 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATB JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1883. 3 TUK FKAST-TIMK Olf T1IK YKAll. TliU It the feast-tlme of the ye, Wben hearts grow watm and homn grow dearj When antnnin's erlmwn torcU explrce 'Toflshagiln In wlnler flret. And tbey who trsckod October'f fltgttt Through woode wlth gorgeoos hues, dellgbt lo charmed clrcleo to sM and pralse Xht goodly log's trlutnphant blaie. Thls ls the feast-tlme of the year, When rienty pours lior wlne o( cbeet, And evsn hurable I aardi may tpare To poorer poor a klndly sbare; White buretlng barns and granarlos know A rkher, fuller oveiflowj And tbey wlio dwell In golden ease Bless wllhout toll, yet loll to please. Thls la the feast-llme of the year; Tbe blessod Advcnt draweth near, let rlcli and poor trgether bieik Tbe bread of love f or Chrltt's ewret aa ke, Aglr t the lline when tlch and poor Must ope for hlm a oouimon door, Who coraoa a guest, yet makes a feait, And blda the grealest and the least. -llarrUt JcEutn KimMI. Tho...

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. — 19 December 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1883. Tiu-f 3.00 pet year, itricUy la advanoei or f J.M l( not paid wllhln three montht. WKDNKSDAY, DECEMHElt 10. 1883 Thk Troy and Doaton railway has paid ita tax, amounting to $105. Tho fatalt ties whlob Roem to havo attendod tho ef fort of tho coramiaaioner to communloato with tbe ofHolala of this road, from tho diapatchtag of the roturn blanks in early aummer to his final letter in tbe fall to the preaidont of the company, which that offiolal says ho has nevor seen, is a verita blo cornedy of errora. Tho firat notico the offljiala had that the state had a olalm whioh it was trying to onforco waa a men tion of tho fact in a Bennington paper that ConmmiBsioner Dillingham had sued the company. In half a dozen commuoi catlons on tho aubject the long-suffering commlssioner exhausted his storo of pa tionce and poHtenesa, and atill the com pany had from a conntry newapaper ita firat inkllng that the stato was getting anxiou...

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. — 19 December 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JTOUUIVAL, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1883. Stratton leaves to-nlght for tho West, whore ahe wlll sprnd a number nf woeka vlalting frienda And reIntlve8.....EmmA Ingrahamof Tiir Watchman forcohna tetnmed Irnm n two weeka' VACHtlon, and EttA Thompaon, alao of tbla rfllce. lnpppndlne ft week'g vacallon at lier bnmeln WBllafled....Colonel J H. Lncla waa In Vergennes laat week.... A little chlld of 0. W. Bolton, elevrn montha old, had Ira nrm ro eiely ppralned on Sunday. . . . Mlaa Sarnh Hny t baa Bevered her conticotlon wlth Tiik Watcii MAMCompolDf;fnrcP....Mr. Bnd Mts II Fales re nt preaont vlaltlrg wlth thelr gon In Bnaton, butexpect eoontog'r tn Florlda tn ppend the wlnter.. ..Mra. Seely Pomeroy of Ojdenaburg IgvlfllllnjrntMr.il W. Drew's....Mrg. 8. D llale of Keoknk, Iowa, Ia vlalting her slece, Mra. Jolin P. Flandera....C. II. Fetrln la qnlre plck wltli tonallltls. ...MaryDrew returned from Nnrthboro, Mnsi., on Thursday....GPO. B Shrphttd haa nlmoBt entlr...

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. — 19 December 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNA1L, WEDNESDAY, JDECEMBER 19, 1883. LIFK I.IMKB. 1 wandetrd down llfe'a garden, In the finali of n goMvn day, The flowera and tborna grew ttilcklj- In tbe anot where I chanced to atray. 1 went to cIioom me a flower For life, for wcal or for woei On, on I went, tlll I atayed me lljr the apot wbere the llllee grow. Tee, Iwlll carty a llly." I aald In lnjr minhood'a prlde, " A bloodlea a, thornlea a llly Shall be my flower I" I ctled. 1 etretrhed my handa out qulckly To where tbe pale blcaaoms grew. W lt tbc alr tbat ehlvered ? Wm lt a wlnd tbat blew 1 Waa lt my hmda that acorched tbem T Aa I loucbed IheblO'Bsma fair, Tbcy brokennd rcatlered thelr petala Oa tbe annny noontlde alr. Then I mw a great, brlght aagel WIUi upal-colored wlnga, Where tbe llght flaahed In the featbera ln golden gllmmetlnga. lle Mld, " Thou haat alnned and aufferedi Llllea are sot (or thee j Tbey are all (or ihe little children, Kmblema o( purlty." " Bhall I ne ver carry a llly ...

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. — 19 December 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOtlRNTAX,, WEDNESDAY, DEOEMBER 19, 1883. 7 Sot ? hihtm. TIIK WIMMIONK. They ay Ihat boyaare horrlrt Ihlnp, And don't koow how to act) They'ie nothlng. thongh, W grown-np glrl I tell you ll'a fct, I f tw mysclf Ihe whole lflr, And watehed tbe fun begln Tw Sne thAt Uld Ihe aplteful plot To take Amell In. At dlnner time 'Mell twltted Bue Ahouta beau she'd losl And thougli Bue kept A smlllng faoe, I w how mu h It col. I iw that aomethlng hsd to ccme Ilojn llke an honest nghtt Bnt gltls wlll smlle and klst, and then l)o aomethlng mean for spile. ' Jnit pnt Ihe wlsh-bone, dear," aald Bne, " AbOTe the jmlor doori Tour hntband he the Crst wlll be Who itepa the threahold o'er;" She helpr d Amella moant the chalr (I watehed It wlth a grln), Then beckoned wlth her flnger-tlpi, And called tlie walter In. Little Dot. Tho church WMvastarjddlrn. Tho air waa fragrant wlth plne boughs, Btid over the golden orosa of the chancel hung boavy wroaths of box and fir. A sollta...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 19 December 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAL., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1883. 8 Wcekly News Summary. Ycrmont. TwRHTT.iKVKM dogo were bltten by Whlt lngbnm raad d r In ono day. DirnTHP.nKTionoto throata arepreTalont In Rutland, and ln roarjy ctaos uniiBiially aevoro. Tnn wlnteir tetra of lloeman academy haa opened, vrlth abont levenly atudenta In at tondanco. Orokob Ellib of Danville pald 840 for tho prlvl'ege of aaaaultlng and Insultlng ladiea In Bt. Johnabury. A iiiuwcrioN InwnRMof twnWe ptrcent haa ben mwrte nn nll tho quarrlea and millsat WeBt ItUtlADd, Tiib Lawrenco Hralnerd eitato on Btnk atreet. St. Albana, haB beon pold for 0,000 to 0. a N"b!e, K-q. CALrcnowA connty haa 388 nenalonera, draw Idr 843,000 n. year. nnd Wilmington 010 pen aSonera, dranlng 849,000. Bmkak thlevea recen'ly broko Into tho dopot reataurant a Uellowa Falla, and tlflcd tho clgar oase ot Roodo amouuting to 825. A Wkht ConconD man alened llbarally to rnpport tho Ro-pel, and aaked to have tho amount doduited frnm l...

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. — 26 December 1883

BY W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1883. VOL. 79.402S. NO. 11. jffitcJttwm & goimml. WEDNESDAY, DKUEMHER 20, 1883. Cliniir i Tlme. Tlie dato to whlch lt Ia nocossary for our sub acrlbers to pay In ordor to get Oood Chcer ono yeat tree Ib set forward one month at tho bcglnnlng of ench month. For tbe preeent all aubscrlbera, old or new, who will pay for Thb Watchman to December 1, 1884, wlll recelvo Good Cheer ono yoar fiiek. Send soventeen cents for tbe odd montha. Thoee who do not wlsh to take up wlth thia offer aie requeated to eettle tholr dues as soon iis posalble, as we ate ln Immedlato neod of the money. Tho Watcliman for 1884. The oomlng year wlll be crowdod wlth stlr rlog polltlcAl ovents. In tho fleld ot natlonal polltlca the presldentlal canvass wlll be tho all absorblng subjoct ot people'B thoughts. The Bigna betoken one ot tho moat determlned po Jltlcal oonteats In the hlatory ot the country. Partloa aie noarly ovenly balanced. The do inoeracy...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 26 December 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1883. QrknUttrnh T. II. lloaitlNH, Newport. Vt.. Killtor. Tlio " 088108" In Education. It is mlghty bard to get our sohoolmas ters out of tlio old ruts. But they aro subjeot to tho law of eupply nnd demand, like all other commodities. As tho pooplo becoino nioro and moro inforraed in regard to tho fftots, thoy nre gotting to inaist that tho tlmo of thoir chlldron Bhall not bo wasted in tho study of thingn obsolote whea tho world is fall of new knowledge. And thore aro beginning to bo toachor.s who oatch tho idea, and, so far, are flt to teach in tho pooplo's schools. Tho Massa ohusotts Agricultural College has had a prcsident with a classical education, a prosident with vory little education of any kind, and has now apparently got, in Fresident Greenough, one who fenows a good deal without forgetting his own time. In a recent speech he says : "Tho act in accordanco with which tho college was established doeB not require ...

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. — 26 December 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 26, 1883. 3 T1IK GUK8T. thon Oiimt, o locg deUycd, Burely, when the boune w msile, In Its chjmbcrt, Mo nil f rM, There wM et plAce f or tboe, Rutf tjr In noine rooin i iprcivd For Ihy mko fv fnowy bl, Deukecl wlth llnen white iiml line, Meet, 0 (luint, (or uto ot thlne. Yet tliou hat not kejit tlio lryt, Other gmti our llp" b&ve klxl Other gueits lmva tartled lon, Uoveil by nnn.hlne nml by oi)Et ror tlie year wwi brlglit wlth May, II the hlriln kept hollday, All Ifce rklcn were clear and line, When tliU liouio ot our wm new. Tcnth catoo In wlth u to dwell, Crowned wlth rore and aapuodel, Llngered long and eien yet Can not qnllehU haunt (orget. Ijoys hath at betlde ottr board, Drought U8 tre&snrea f rom hU hoatd, Ilriinmed our cnpa Uh (ragrant wlne, Vlntage ot the hllla rtlvlne. Down oar garden path baa traycd Tonng llomance, In llgbt arrayed; Joy hath flung her garlands wlde I Fallh inng low at eventldei Care hath fll...

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. — 26 December 1883

4 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNATj, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1883. fntchmm & otmHl. Tmm-rJ.OO pcr yoar, stiictly In mlrancel or f 1.M If not plt wlthln Ihree monthn. WEDNESDAY, DECKMUEll 20, 1883. Yermont ninl tlio Frealdency. Woprint in another column extrnota from a lettor o a Now York Times cor respondent, who was sont from tho staff of that paper into tliia atato to asccrtain its presidential preforencos. So far as the writor could obtaln a reproaeutation of tho roal feolinga of the ropublican voters of tho stato by atopplng at a fow of tho Iarger towns, Bitting down in hotols and oflices and talklng with politicians, prominent citizena and ofllco-holders, he has, presumably, correctly reportod tho rosults of his exploratious among tho Green Mountains. Ilefound Senator Ed munds a strong first ohoice qualified, ho says, by inany " ifs" and "buta" and President Arthnr an undoubted eecond choice, with no leaning for Blaine, Logan, or auy of the socondary lino of " men tione...

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. — 26 December 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & ST VTE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, BEOEMIJER 20, 1883. Orange County Conrt. Tho December terni of tbia cpurt bcgan lta f csaion ftt Chelsea on tho 18th inst., Hon. J. W. Kowell, prosidlng. asslstod by Hona. D, i. Chapman and Joseph Tlbbotts. Kev. K h. Hertlck offercd prayer, and Sherlff Parigh proceoded wltk tho customary "Hear ye'g." Thollstol jurors ln attendance thlg gosslon Is asfollowg: Bradford, W. II. Nourso, Barron Hay: Braintree, ClarenceM. Bags; Brookfield, .Tohn F. Heath, Alpliong G. Illbbard: Cholsea, Eragtng Young, Benson Sanborn; Corinth, A. D. Dlckoy, J. N. Hodge; Falrleo, W. H. Md der, Abel A. Heath j Newbury, Leonard W. McAlllster. Hale 0. Billov; Orango, L. M, Towner, Cliarles l'ool; Randolph, A. 1. Palno, Bnrton Illalsdell; Strafford, Chatlos L. Clnrk; Tliotford, Wcsley Sagre, E, J, Iloaton; Tops ham, K. W. Eaatman, J. F. Phllbrlck; Tnnbrldgo, Goorge Brown, Georgo S. Foggj Washington, III T. Newmnn. N. II. Prescott; West Fairleo, 1. H. Knblnson; Wi...

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. — 26 December 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAL, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1883. 6 ANOTHIiK YKAll. Anotner year l dawnlng I Dear Mniter, let It be. In worklng or In waltlng. Another car wllh theet Another year of leantng Upon thy lovlng breaat, Of ever-deopealng trnalfutneai, 01 qulot, happyreatj Another yearof merclea, Of falthfnlneaa andgraoei Another year of gladneaa ln tbe ahlnlng of thy face AnoUier ye.tr of progreot, Another year of prale Another yoaror' provlng Thy preaence " all the dayi Another year of aervlce, Ot witoeM torthy lovej Another year of tralnlng For tioUer worka above. Anotlier year la dawnlng I Dear Maater, let lt bo On earth, or elee In hcaven, Anolher year f or tliee I X. Jlatergal. Deacon Lce's Exporlcncc. Deacon Leo, who waa a kindly, silent, faitbf al, gracious man, waa one day waited nrxm bv a restless. ambitious. worldlv efiuroh-member, who was laboring to cre- ato uneasinoas in tbe church, and espe' eially to drive away the minister. The deacon catne in to meot hi...

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. — 26 December 1883

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATB JOURNAt, WEDNESDAY, DEOEMBER 20, 1883. TMK IjITTLlC FKKT. 0, Marv Mother I When von heid , Wllhln your hand tboe little feet Thono dlmplcd, ronj little feet And lald them on jour lieart tlit awelled, And gava them kluei wondron. iweet 0,Mrj Mothetl Had you thought Of the flerce nall, whono cruel art ghonld plerce that tcnder flonh apart T Bnrely that nall, before 'Iwm wrongtit, Had plerccd to dealh your awelllng lieart. llarrtet l'rticctt Sjiofford. Clirlstinus In tlio Forward Hold. 11 Are you suru thoro is any Christmas al sea and bo far away from England V What do they do for holly aud mistlotoo boughs 7" " I Ruoss Christmas camo ovor in the Mayflowor ' with tho Plymouth colony folkB. Beaidcs, peoplo do not nced holly and tho othor thiugs for Christmas. My consin in Palatka, Florida, woro orange blossoms, and Cousin Cicely, at Los Angelos, California, said last winter they had their Christmas troe oovered with geraniums in full bloom. At home, in Kitty...

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. — 26 December 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, DECEMliElt 2G, 1883. 8 Wci'kly Nows Sumniarj-. I'ATti'B $48,000 pnlnce concli lmn been com lletcil, and is to bo pont to Montrenl. ATTOnNKV-OKNBHAL Urrwhtku bsB eone to Now Orlonua to proacctitotlio Lonlslnna lottory CftSO. Minnkrota'b butter prodnco lor J883 wlll nearly ro.icb. 18,000,000 ioundp, wortb $5, 300,000. Mn. Bar.num, It la ntated, offera $25,000 preralum ior Ineumnco on lils white olophant for u yoar, Nkw Yoiik Bldermen lmve passod nn oidl nance requlrlug nll eloctrlc wlres to bo lald un derground, Oeoikik Fhancid Tjiain haa refiised Uar num's $50,000 olTer to lectuto ono year ln tbis conntry nnd Ureat Drltain. Thk Va3l1lnRton Xatlonal Vkw (greonback organ) ptibllslies nn attlclo ndvoottlug the nomlnatlon uf Genoral Butter tor tbo presl doncy, Mlis. Anna Sciiocic, afjed forty, keoper of tho home for clilldren at Clilcago, has been ar rested for Htarving nnd raultreatlng tbo chll dreu ln ber clmrgo. A coui'LB ln Sprlngfiold...

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. — 2 January 1884

MONTPELIER , VT., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1884. VOIi. 79. 1029. NO. 12. BY W. W. P11ESCGTT. ffitfcfnmnt 0 jfounml. "wEDNKSDAY, JANUAUY 2, 1831. Locnl Ilcms. Dituoa ntBaacom's! Tatknt medlclnoa at Bascom'all Tmt flnest clgnra at Bascom'alll Ciiiculatino llbtaty at II. E. Slaytun'a: Eleoant handkorcklef extracta at Bas com'altll Ladibs' kld button boot8 f or 51.20 at Smlllo's. Leaa than coat. Bm trado In "Dlamond Dyea" at Bas com'sll!!! Boots and shoes nt cost, and lesa, at Smlllo's old atand, for a few weeka longor. Theiie wlll be a patlsU oyster aupper at tho churoli at Shady Hlll (Middlesex) Tucsday ovening, January 8, for tho beneflt ol tho pas tor, Bev. L. 0. Claik. Nioe palr of nion'n graln bata. for 81.75 (for mer price, 82.50) at Sinillo's. Losa than cost. Foit Sale. Ono thouaand Macombor's 1m proved band corn and boan plantors. Agenta wanted for nll unoccupUd teriltory. For par ticulara apply to 0. G. Plielpa, agent for the atate of Vermont, Milton, Vt. Wood Booairr and Sold. T...

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. — 2 January 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1884. amttlitmtl. T. II. 1IOSKIN8, Nowiiort. VU Kdltor. A Fortlllzor Experlincnt. Mr. Editor : Heing an old Bubaorlber to Tnn Watchman I havo alwnys read your dopartmont wlth groat intoreat, and havo come to regard ila toaching as of hlgh authority. Consequently, tho out como of oxporimonts tried last sprlng is tho more diaappointing to mo. A barrel of finoly ground bono ineal waa mixed wlth puro hardwood ashes and treatcd preolsoly accordlug to your formula. Thia mixturo was used sldo by side wlth a standard brand of commercial Biiparphoa phate (Bradley's XL), both In equal qnantitiea and cost for cost, aa noar as oonld bo judgod, upon corn, potatoea and oats. Tho results wero: One picoo of corn on gravelly upland, wlth a liboral dressing of stable manuro broadcast and harrowed in, gave an equal growth and a good crop at harvest tirao ; but that on tho anperphosphato was morethan a week the earliest, a point of eomo import...

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. — 2 January 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi. WEDNESDAY, JANUAItY 2, 1884. 3 A NKW YKA118 MASQUK. A clotttlportal. Janut htard chanHng. I Yttp the gile through wlilch the morning comet, Ily llgtitaomo houri attended on her tounds) Thene, eyer h they pa, a gte-feo rajr In fttlver colnagu of tweet melotljr. In rones itrewn, In t ragrant b&lins and tplce. Tii mlne to guard the portal of the year, To clone or open to the teMons four And to the lmportunlng Ihrong of day e. Boniettmes I hear the tread ot itormy (eet, Hoaree trumpot blatti, and lond asjaultlng blowi, And threats to pull my anclent fortrcss down. But other llmee they come wllU flattcrles imooth, Entreatlng, " Jannt, Janua, let ua In I" I watchfnl ttand, I wllt not tutn the key Untll my glans and flngered dlal elern Declare the raoment tlpe. Two waya 1 looK, Two facee I prcsent ono aeamed wlth eld, And gray wlth looking on the f rozen rat One, f reth aa morn, and t rontlng daj s to be. But, aottly I litther come the elfln folk....

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. — 2 January 1884

4: VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESJDAY, JANUARY 2, 1884. Tirui $J.OO por year, ttrlotly In ftdvancej ot $2.60 If not pald wHhln threo monttat. WEDNESDAY, JANUAUY 2, 1881. Tms faot that Speakor Carllalo has givon tho South a majority of tho hlgh plaoes in tho composition of liis com mlttees oxoitos remark. Aa tho South is tho domooratlo party, tho speakor could hardly do othorwise, and ho is tp bo com mouded rathor than censurcd for pladng tho oflico3 in tho hands of thoso wlio f urnish tho votos of hia party. It is true that with tho excoption of Mr. Tuokor of Virglula, no man known to national famo appoars among tho twenty-eigbt out of fifty-two ohairmanshlps givon to tho South, and that among tho two hundrod out of fivo hundred and fifty-one positions awarded to tho South thore is only hore and thero a namo to rolleve one's appre hension that distlnguished ability among Bouthorn mon became extiuot with slavory. Still Mr. Carllslo seoms to understaud tho propriety, si...

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. — 2 January 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUHNAL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1884. Northfield. Tnn "hooks" have thelr nnnual oloctlon Saturday evenlng, Dbaoon William Wincii has rentod tho Crawford plnce at tho Center. ALLot our merchants report a lnrgo Clirlat mas trndo, some tho largest for many years. Tiih noxt totm of Lewis collego beglns to morrow ovenlng, and slx new studonts aro ozpected. I'owiut nt tho Neusa ofllce Is now furnlshod by Joo l'ascnl on account o( n falluro In tho Btoara boller, At tho asalgnoe's salo o( tho Utco property, Saturdny. tho wholo went (or fair prlces nnd nmountod to about $400. Tiie Congregatlonal church wlll hold com munlon noxt Sunday, and the propnratory lec ture wlll bo on Frlday at two o clock. Tiir annual meeting of tho ladles' Boclety o( the Congregatlonal church wlll bo held nt tho hoiiao ol the piator thla (Wodnoaday) ovonlng. L. W. Avkiiv haa aold hla bay five-yenrs-old Draco colt, " Jlm Fisk," to n tnan namod Pink lmm of Wallaston Heights noar Boston, tho...

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. — 2 January 1884

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOTJIINAL,, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1884. G STKPl'ING HEAVKNWAltU, Btepplng hcflvenward. Lonl, am I, As Ihe days go fleetlng by 7 Dalsled flelds o( youth are round me, Clondless ls the blue o'erhead, Ilut I ponder ns I wander, Whlther goes tlie path I trcad ? lt must lead nie, leail me ever Toward some goal, though dlstant far, Ouwarri, 'neatli the sun of mornlng, Onward, 'nealh tlie evenlng star, Wliely let me choose my way, Btepplng ueavenwar.l, day by day. Atepplnglieavenward, Lord, aml, As tlie noon of llfe draws nlgo 7 Ilere the rocky steeps of ttial 11 Id me choose a smoother wayf There the tliornt ot selt-denlal I'reRB the fcct that faln would ttay Worn and foolsore I would falter, llnt the steps are one by one; Lead me, lieavenly hopes tbat beckon. Tlll the tollsome mareh ls done; Bmoothlng all the rugged way, Btepplng beavenward, day by day. Btepplng hearenwnnl, Lord, am I, As the days move tllently 7 Lo I 'iwas but a little Journey, Though no rcs...

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