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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 2 January 1884

Vermont watchman & state jounNAii, wednesday, january- 2, 1884. A MOXUKH-SONO FOK fJIUSTMAS. Bleep, baby, sleepl The Chrlalmas stars are shlnlng, Clear and brlght the Chtlntmu stars Cllmo np the Taulted sky I.ow hangs ttie pale moon, In the west decllnlng) Steep, baby, sleep t The Chrletrnss tnorn In nlgh lluah, baby, hueh I For earth her watch la koeplngt Watchcs and walu the The angels' aong to liear) Llstenlng for the ewlft ruab Of thelr wlngs down-awoeplng, Joyandpeaceproclalmlng Throngh the mldnlght clear ftream, baby, dreatn I The far-olt chlmea are rlnglng; Tendorly and solemnly The muale eoara and awtllai Wlth ao(t reverberatlon The happy bells are swlnglng, Whlle earth to each rcsponslve The aame aweet etory telle I Hark, baby, harkl Heat how the choral volcea, Alljublllantlyslnglng, Take up the glad ref raln, " Unto you la born a Savlor," Whlle beaven wlth earth rejolcee, And all IU lofly battlementa Re-ecbo wlth the atraln I Wake, baby, wakel For, lo I lu flooda ot gl...

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. — 2 January 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN fc STATE JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, JANUAltY iSSL s Weekly News Summary. Vermont. Rutland 1ms twemty-one physlctans la ac- tlve ptACtlCO. Thk nost-olllco at Bethel has beon ralscd to tlio presldentlal class, wltli n salary of S1000. Tiib subscrlntlon books for tho now Lyndon ville bank wlll bo open on Wcdnosday, Jan uaty 9. Thk two Urattloboro savlugs banks deelnro n Beml-annnal dlvldend of two nnd one-fotitth per cont. William Dix, a fotmer rcsldent of Middle bury, has boen arrostod lor burglarlzlng a New York store. Tiik Grand Islo stage made tlie flrst crosslng Irom Colchester to tho Island on tho lco De cembor 2Gth. At Island I'ond an Iclclo fell and struck Jolin Pelchloon tho nose, nearly eevorlng that mern bor from lils fac). Thk annnal meetlng of tho Vermont Atwood sheep-broeders' axsoclation wlll be held tn Mid dlebury, January 10. Tiie constructlon of tho Woodstock, Pomfrot, Barnard and Bethel telephono lino has beon postponed untll spring. Ludlow had llve firo ala...

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. — 9 January 1884

MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1881. VOIi. 79. 1030. NO. 13 BY W. W. PltESCOTT. " WKDNESDAY, JANUAHY 0, 1881. IiUcnl Items. Dnuns atBascom'sl 1'atknt medlclnos at Bascom'sll The finest clgars at Bascom'sll! Cinout,ATina llbrary at H. K. Slayton's. Elkoant handkorchlof oxtracts at Bas com'sllll Foxk, Ward, Wood aud West, and tho grcat mastodon loar, nro wlth llaverly's mlnsttels. D. W. Temi'LE & Co. nte closlng out all thelr cloaks, shawls, blankets, and flannels at cost. Havekly's mlnsttels mammoth brass band wlll setenado the cltizens ot Montpelier next Monday. Bia trade ln "Dlamond Dyes" at BaE com'slllll Hkam Haverly's grand orchestra nert Mon day nlght, undor tho dlrectionof Mr. Walter Hydo, lato dlrector ot Sam Ilayncs' Biltlsh mlnstrels. Foh Sale. One thousand Macomber's Im proved hand corn and bean planters. Agenta wanted for all unoceupled tenltory. For par- tloulars apply to 0. 0. l'helps, agont for tho etate of Vermont, Milton, Vt. Haverly'b mlnstrels have vlsl...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 9 January 1884

2 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, JANUAKY 9, 1884. $Qrirtt1(wnL T. II. JIOSKINS, Newport, Vt., Bdltor. Tho Now llussinn Frnlts lu Iown. ProfeBsor Budd of tho Iowa Agrioul. tural College wrlteB us that tho Aiabka apple, ono of tho nowly importod Russlans whioh aro good koepora in lluasia, is koeping woll thorc, and at tho dato of wrlting (Deoember 18) waa " aa hard as a brick." Wo aaw apoclmens of this fruit at tho Montreal hortioultural fair, and waa strnck with its boautiful appearanco, like a flno largo Baldwin. Mr. Gibb, who Baw it in Russia, says "tho fruit was roundish, of a dark purplish red. It waa abovo medium in aize, altbough tho treea woro overloaded, a fine, aolid, acid fruit, aaid there to koep two yoars. It haa also tho merit of holding on to tho tree ao firmly that I could hardly flnd a windf all. At Saratof on the Volga wo visited an orchard of 12,000 trees, whero thoy wero omploying 300 piokera and eighty-fivo packera to ahip to Moscow 25,000 pooda...

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. — 9 January 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN fo STATE JOTJRIVAL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1884. 3 TKNHVSON MAIJK A 11AKON. llaron AUred Vere de Vere, Of mo you wln 110 new renown Tou thougbt to daie the country folk And cockneys when you came to town. See Wordsworth, Sholley, Cowper, Burns, Wlthdraw In Koorn, and U rctlted I The last of some slx hnndred earls Is not a place to be destred. Baron Alfred Vere de Vere, IV e thotight you prond to bear your name, Your prlde 1s yet no tnate for ours, Too prond to thlnk a tltte fame. We ball the gsnlus not tbe lord Wo loye the poet's truer cbarms. A tlmple Klnger wlth hls dreams Is woith a bundred coits of arms, llaron AUred Vere de Vere, I see yon march, I bear you say, " Ilow, bow, ye lower mlddlo class I" Is all the burden of your lay. We hetd you flrst wlthout a peor, And prlncely by your noble words The Benlor Wrangler of our bards I now Ihe Wooden Spoon of lords, Baron Alfrsd Vere de Vere, You pnt strange memorlea In my head Tor Just flve decades now have flown Sln...

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. — 9 January 1884

4: VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAXi, WEDNESDAY JANUARY 9, 1884. fnichmm & $owinl. TtiHi $J.OO pet jear, itrtctljr In mlrnncoi or f 1.50 lf not rald wlthln thrm monthi. WEDNESDAY, JANUAUY 0, 1884. Whatkvku namoa may be ultlmately conneoted with tho otlier ofllces for which tho noxt ropublican stato convon tlon wlll soloot oaudldatos, thoro oan bo only ono opinion as to the fituoas of W. II. DaBols for tho ofllco of treasurer and . Ilenry Powoll for tho position of aud itor, an offloo to bo fllled, for tho firattime at the noxt oleotion, by tho peoplo. Tho namo of Colonol W. Y. W. Iltpley ia men tlonod in connection with the offloo of lieutenant-governor. If Governor Barstow should be re-nominated Colonol Fingree as a matter of course, will sncceed him solf in the prosidency of tho senate. But if thoro 1s to be a new doal, wo know of no man to whom our preference for the sooond position would be moro cheerfully given than to Colonol Ripley. GoVEiiNon Bakstow, as wo have said ...

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. — 9 January 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1884. Obltimrlcs. Txnon. Mr. Jerome Tabor dlod In Calais, January 4, o( hoatt dlsoase, nged slxty.four yenrs. Tlie deceased wns born ln Montpelier, Septomber 1, 1810. Ho lmd reslded In Calais durlng tbe last twenty-flvo yoars. Hls death wns very suddon, nnd to hls wlfo and daughter, who wltnoaaed lt, oxcoedlngly dlatrosalng. Wbllo out rldlng wlth hls wlfe, laat Frlday, ho coraplalned of feollng clillly nnd propoacd to her that tlioy stop at tho school-houso, wlietoin thelr daughter was teachlng, and warm them solves. After lie had entered the school-room he folt as 1( hls (ace hnd been frozen and, step plni; to the door, procured gomo Bnow, and whllo ln the act of npplylng tlie snow to hls fnce, he BUddenly oxclalmed, " I am falntlng." Before either hls wlfe or daughter could rendor hlm any nsslstnnco, ho Bank lnto a clialr and expired. Ho leavoa a wlfe and four chlldren. Mr. Tabor waB a klnd husband and n fond parent. Ho ...

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. — 9 January 1884

G VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOXJRNAL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1884. For tho Vermont Watchinan. UNUEit aoiva miohty iiand. BT . A. w. Under Qcxl'n mlghty hand, My iouI, In mcckness stand j Here only ito 1 lcarn to walk by faltli, Walllng to hear what Oml lny Havlor aalth And though al tlinea my flesh and nflrlt f all, The power of grace wlll In tlio end prevall, Under hls mlghty hand, Under God's mlghty hand, Obeylng hls ccinmand Thy (lod wlll clothe thee with bumllltyi It la his lore, lny toul, tliat humbles tlioo Tliat love which covns Ihee, by sin ileflled, And glveii thea tille iwect, " my aon," " lny chlld," Under hls mlghty bnnd. Under God's mlgbty band, My sonl, exultant sUnd ; Not long Bhall sin and eorrow bow Ihee low, The bllss of hoUnets thou soon shalt know I From ashes of thysetf thou sbalt arie, To htm who makes thee ready for tbe skles, Under hln mlghty bnnd. " Old-Fashloned Prenclilng." " Well, I sm thankful to hoar such good old-fasbioned preaching," sho said, as s...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 9 January 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JANUAIIY 9, 1884. Satl httdreii. YOUNO HKKDLKB3. Toung Heedloaa la a boy Who llvca In erery town. nianame? 'Tla aometlmes JlramySmlth, And aometlmes Tommy llrown. Toung llcedlcsa gocs to lchool When he can flnd hia hat, At liome ho loyes to play at ball When be can flnd hls bat. Of mlltcns, one ls gone) Of rnbbera, twoormoret . And on the very coldcet day He nerer shnta the door. The hammit'i alwaya lont; The saw lef t on the ground And when ho wanta hle button-hook It nevor can be f ound. To bny A plece of beef, Ton aend htm to the hop Ho loaes all the change he had, And brlnge you tnuttoa cbop. For all IheKe careleas thlnga, And more that I could name, Tonng Ileedless alwaya feele quite mre Ile never la to blame. Ula father wonld dcspalr, Bnt that thla tlilng la true Tbat forty yeara or ao ago, Ile wai Toung Ileedless too. The Adtomee. Hcnrt of Humpback llill. , Jim was Cfteen, Sam waa twelvo, Johnuy waa nine, and then came the twin...

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. — 9 January 1884

8 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUBNAIi, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1884. Weekly News Summnry. Vermont. Tiir celebrnted Barnard tox that hag do stoved so much poultry has been ktlled, Tiir amount nccosparv to brlng the Carpentor organ wotks to Brattleboro has been secutod. Tiir annual meetlnfr of tlie Windsor county RRrlcuUurul eociety wlll bo held at Woodstock on ThuTsduy, Januaiy 20th. Ui'WAHiof"S,000,000 worth of poods nte gold nnnimlly by Biirllnnton wholosalodoalors, cioluslvo of the lnmbor trndo. Mn. and Mns. Gi'.oium W. Newcomh of Westminster celebratod tlio slxtleth nnnlvcr sary of thelr marrinRo Janunry lst, Tiik mall carrlerbotween Itiittand and Wood etock got stalled In tlio snow last week, nnd had to cntry hls bags two mlles on foot. Fhontiku rosT, No. 70, 0. A. B., wns duly orgnnlzed and mustered at Richford Docember 31st, wlth twenty-four chattor mombers. A stock oompaay Is belng fotmed nt Swan ton to mnnufacture the " Now Kullpso Suspen der." The capltal reqnlrcd ls 810,00...

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. — 16 January 1884

fbr MONTPELIER , VT., WEDNESDAY, JANUAKY 10, 1884. VOIi. 79. 4031. NO. 14. BY W. W. PRECOTT. Wchmm G jfaimml. WEDNESDAY. JANUAKY 10. 1881. Locnl Itcms. Dituos nt Bascom'Bl Patknt mcdiclnea nt Bascora'all Tmt finost clgars nt Bascom'slll Elkoant handkorchlof extracta nt Bna com'allll Bio trado In "Diamond Dyes" nt Bas com'Blltl! Ciiiculatino llbrary nt 11. E. Slayton'B. Goous matked down, to close, nt Wobster's. TnE"Grocet's Fnvorite" extracta nnd os Bonces nro handaomely put up, and nre unsur pnasod ln quality. For aalo by grocora. Any ono In noed of a good tool-cliest and tools Insldo of chest is finlshed In cbcstnut and mahogony wlll do well to call on A. C. Atberton, Waterbury, Vermont. Fob Sale. Ono thousand Mncomber's Im proved hand corn nnd boan plnnterB. Agenta wnnted for nll unoccupled toriltory. For par tlcnlara npply to 0. G. 1'holps, ngent for tho Btnte of Vermont, Milton, Vt. Wood Bouanr ano Sold. Thoso who wl9h to buy or sell wood of nny klnd nro Invltcd to call at tho ...

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. — 16 January 1884

VERMONT .VATCHMAN & 8T TE JOUXtNAL,, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1G, 188 1. JlijricJhtritl T. II. IIOSKINS, Newport, Vt., Billtor. Wk think wo do our readors (espeelally our lftdy roadors) n favor whon wo call thoir attontion to Vickfs Illuslraled Monlhly Magazine of Horticulture. Now 1s tho timo to subsoribo (or it. Tho price is 81 25 a year. Address Jamos Viok, Iloch ostor, N. Y. I you don't llke to tako our word for it, send ton centa for a samplo oopy. We havo tho six volumes already issued ou our book-sholvos, and many of our lady friends find them more intereat ing than novola for thoir loisuro roadlDg. TnoFESson Saniiokn o the Missouri Agricultural Collego (lato of Now Hamp shlre) has been trying somo exporiments in regard to dew, to aee if tho baro soil gaina moisture at night. Ilis rosulta agreo with those obtained by rrofessor Stock bridgo of tho Massachuaotts Agricultural College, in showing that thp soil doos not gain any moisture from dow that tho moiaturo seen upon tho surf...

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. — 16 January 1884

VERMONT WATCIIMAN fc STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1881. 3 l'UAIl'KIN lIE3. l've trled the bwt In East and We st, l've lunchcd noath tioplo rone, l've tested all The frutts tbatfall, And llko them every one But North or South, No human moutb, 1 wlll tho world apprlse, E'er tasted food Ono lialt sogood A our own pumpkln ples, Upon the vlne, In raln or shlne, Through fragrant day and nlghl, The yetlow globe In emerAld rotw Drlnksln (he summer llglil. Oh, golden sweet, The suns repeat To monld thy lusclous slze, Tliat we may come And roll tbee home, And make oar pumpkln ples. Onr lovely glrls, Wlth thlnlng cutls I'ut neatly ln a cap, Cut sllce on sllce And peal lt nlce, And stew lt to a pap Then nillk U had, And cgg they add, And iweeten as ls wlso, While others haste To splce to taste These home-made pumpkln ples. OIi, pure and fair, Thls food so rare, Made up of all that's bestl No creature'a paln Goea tolts galn, Ilut onljr natnre's zcst; For summer daya And autumn baze And ...

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. — 16 January 1884

4 VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1884. rntchmm & $jotmnl TKi-f3.C0 per year, ntrlctly In ndynncol or 11.90 II not pald wllhtn threo niontha. WEDNESDAY, JANUAUY 10, 1881. Tuk Argus and Patriot geta ufter Citlzeu Billiugs agalu with an array of logio and arithmotlo which inust bo really appalllng ovon to that much-dlscuasod and long-auf-foring individaal hlmsolf. Now, in ro gard to Citizjn Bllllngs, it mnst bo rememberod, evon if tho Argus' ahow ing ia entirely oorroot and it would be oafe to say that it may be taken with a fow gralns of allowanoe that he haa com mitted no orime, that he has availod him self of an ezpresa provislon of tho listing law, that he has appoared before the conrt which the law has oreated to hear oasos like his and has been given a clean and an entiroly aatlafactory bill of health, and the community aflirms tho dccisiou of this tribunal. But why dooa tho Argus and Patriot invariably play off Judge Royce'a caae againat Citizo...

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. — 16 January 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN Ss STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1884. Waterbury. J. K SiiEPLn lms brotighthts hardwaro Btoro and hls roaldonco into the tolephonlo clrctilt, STATB SurKltlNTBNDENT Daiitt wlll hold nn cducatlonal meetlng heto, beglnnlng Tuosday ovonlng, February C, Bnd closlng tho followlng Wednesday ovenlng. GF.onoit G. AitMfl o( Bristol, Conn., Is tn town on hls annual tour, buylng furs and prod uco. Mr. Arros, agtde from tho buslness nspect of hls vislta, ia always warmly welcomcd by hls (otmor townsmon. At tho annual meetlng of tlie Seth Warner onglno company, Saturday evenlng, U. D. Rob inson was choson foreman; Kdwatd Fatrarand J, P. Marr, asslstants; M. 0. Evans, clork and treaaurer; Goorgo W. Kennedy, audltor. It is proposed to fotm a volunteorhoae company, Samuel Rkvnoi,D3 waa arrosted last week, charged wltli steallng tlos from tlio rallway and convertlng thom Into fuel. Tlie tell-talo chlps around hls lioueo forced Samuel to con foaa, and he waa glven ono hundred ...

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. — 16 January 1884

G VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAL,, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1G, 1884. TIIK WAKNING OF JEKUSALICJl, Tho following poem was wrlttcn by Rev. W. H. CochMne, Antrlm, N. II., In 1858, before tho war of ttio robelllon. It wns suggestod by tho following pasange of Scrlptute: "Iwlll feed tho flockof elnugliter." Zfciiaiiiah, xi: 7. Jsrael then had waned and faltered, Hhunned llie trntlis tlielr falherB gave lloflca' law and Ood'ii tiad altercd, 1'lnched the poor and bound Ihe slave. Mlngled wlth the Oentlle natlons, Other laws snd rltes were Boughtf EHBeand wealth wereBtrong temptaUons Inrael reBUtcd notl Hoaven'i own Clilef froni ttglit and glory Thentn mcrcy came to them, Warned of Judgments great and gory, Wept o'er dear Jerusulein I llut those warnlngs fell llke water Wns ted on tlie barren Bod t " I will feed the flock of Blaughter," Bpoke at lengtb the Avenger Ood I LoJ and soon the scourge swept o'er tbem I Sword and Bpear came ltke a flood I Watls and temple fell before thera I And ...

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. — 16 January 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUltNAL, WEDXESDAY, JAXUAUY 10, 1884. 4 1JAMY IflNOKHS. Tcn fat little flngen, o Upcr aod ncat, Ten fat little flngeni, o roy and twret, Eagerly reachlng for all thal comen nnar, Now poktng your ej out, now pulllng your halr, BmoothlDg and pattlng wlth yelvet-llke tonch, Thcn dlgglng your clik wltli a mlfchlevous elutcht Ocntljr wavlng good-bye wlth lnfantlne grace, Then dragglog your tionnet down ovcr your facei neatlng rat-a-caVe, pat-a-oVe, low and acdato, Tlien tearlng a book at a fnrloui rate; Grarcly lioldlng them out, llke a klng, to be klf ed, Then ttiumplng tlie wlndow wlth tlghtly clol flti Now lylng aalccp, all dlmpled and warra, On the white ctadle nlllow necure f rom atl liarm. O dear baby handsl liow much love you enfold In the woak, carclcn clap of thoo flngern' aoft hold I Keep apotleim, ai now, through the world'a vll wny, And bleu, with fond care, our lat wearltul days. Mr: Itichard Oranl ttMle. works to put it In ttao cellar. You oan ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 16 January 1884

8 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUIINAL., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1G, 1884. Uamlolph Stato Normal School. COMMENOE.MKNT WKPK. Tlio exorclses of the week betan wlth the baccalanreito sermon, sunaay ovoninc, jauu- aty 0, ln the Congre(?atlonal charch, by Ilov. Jamfs A, Tlerce, pitBtor of the nitptlst chutch at West Randolph, Kov. h. 0, Sherburne rm- slsted In the rellgious exerclsos of the evenlng, and the Congregatlonal cholr urnlshed appro priato muslc The snbject of Mr. I'lerco's dls coureo was "The Eloment Nccessary to Suo cess, Alllanco wlth God." Two scenes were gketched from tho lllble tho flrst, Jacob wrestllng wlth Oodj tho second, Moses and Aaron before Fbaraoh rts showlng thedlffer nnie bntwcflu alllanco wlth inan and alllance wlth God. No porson can put aslde hls splr- Ituai natnre; iie is cltuer ior or ngainsi uoa. The power of tho human wlll, whother for good or evll, Ia nppalllng, and moro souls are lcopt from heaven bv tho stubborn wlll than In any othor way. It was a flno ...

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. — 23 January 1884

fttt0ttt BY W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, lSSJt. VXL. 79. 1032. NO. 15. rnkhmnn 0 $onmnl. WEDNESDAY, JANUAltY 2a, 1881. Locnl Itcms. Dnuos atBaBcom'al I'atent medlclnoa at Bascom'all Tiie finoat clgara at Bascom'alll Eleoant handkerchlef extracts nt Bas com'Bllll Circulatino llbrary Rt H. E. Slayton's. Cobsktb, glovoa, knltttog sllk, worateda, floaaes, and lace goods, at Yall'a, post-offlco block. Boy your tubbers at Cleveland's akoo stoto. Large etoclc and low pttcos. Bia trade In "Dlamond Dyes" ot Baa com'Blllll Ip you want a good patr ol boota or ehoes call at Cleveland's shoo store. W. E. Vail, post-ofllco block, has recolved new hamburgs thls wook, Tho finest aaaort ment in town. Call (or tho Dongola boot at Cleveland'a ahoe etore. None genulno nnless marked Don gola lnslde tho boot. Ready-madb underwoat (ot ladloa and chll dien, ln groat varlety, at Vnll's, post-ofllce block. Call (or J. A. Holtt Co.'s New Cologne. Unequalled (or pungency, strength, d...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 23 January 1884

2 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1884. J$Qric.Jttmtl T. II. IIOSKINS, Newport, Vt., Eilltor. "Tho Now Englnnd Rum Fair." " Tho publio appearanoe o that monoy makiup ring known aa tho New England Agricultural Sooioty is confined to nu 1 annual fair ' of a week's duratlon, but tho influenco of thls autumn debauch is poronuial, and tnay bo countod as tho most dogradiug to whloh the rising rural population of tho siz states is subjeotod. Theso aro gravo oharges, but scandalous f aots are back o them. Wo havo ropeat edly referrod to tho subject, and now it is most oncouraging to find The Farmer of Boston adding the weight of its holoful word to that of 1 he Homettead of Spring fleld, The Pressol rrovidenoe, The Watch man of Vermont, and othor papers, against a repotition in 1881 of this outrage upon the agricultural pnblic under tho disguise of alloged rospootability. In a recent is sue of tho journal flrst namcd the ques tion is asked, ' What has the socie...

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