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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 23 January 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1884. 3 SUNSKT. Wearing Anrora's robo, nlght after nlght, Some radlant aptrlt rulea the weatern iky, Drownlng tho ann-tlnta wllh auoli tlch supply 01 colors weaved of unrememberod llght, That It wouUl aoem the Maater-pAlnter's mtght Haa wrought anew hli palette there on hlgh, To tell the tired world ralnbows ahall not die, Whlch llrat hli pledge of promlo did Indlta, Forgod newly llke a ateel-blue otmeter, The creacont moon ahlnca kocner than of old, And, aa llie drawn aword of one arraed for war, Marabala thoae liost of orlmeon, green, and gold, T1U underneath the qulet erenlng atar The groat revlew palea out into the cold. llerman Mtrrhale. Tho Homrsick Wlfo. It would bo hard to tell why Cora Hla noy married Ilenry Marshall. The only reaaon seemod to bo becauso ho aaked her. 0 courao she could not be au old tnaid that would be too dreadfnl aud when he had been kind enough to make tho offer, could sho be bo ungraoioua os...

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. — 23 January 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN fc STATE JOURNAL., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1884. 4 rntchmm & $otmnL Tekhi $2.00 per year, strlctly in advanee) or IJ.S0 lf not vMd within ttatee montht. WEDNESDAY, JANUAHY 23, 1884. Wk publiah to-day a lotter from Fred orlok Billings decllnlng to bo a candidate for tho governorahip at tho next oleotion. Verraontors will hardly bo willing to ac oept as flnal tho reasons ho gives why ho should not be governor ot tho atate. We believo that hopes and expeotatlons havo been oxoited atnong tho peoplo by tho mention of bia namo in conueotion with tho ohiof executive oflloe, which will not be eaally relinquishcd, atid shall not bo surprisod lf his lotter is followed by a loud and iinporativo call from tho voters to bo thoir atandard bearer, In Bpito o his eoruples, in tho cotnlng canvasa. Ho is Vermonter enough to maintain his cit izenahip in spito o powerful interests olsowhere, to yearn for tho olovation and advanoemont of tho atate in all her inter ests and to contrib...

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. — 23 January 1884

V VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1884. Johnson Jfornml School. Tho exnmlnatlon woek o( the Jolinson Nor mal School bcgan Sunday, tho 13th lnst., wlth n Borraon beforo tho graduatlng clasa by Rev. Austln Ilazen of Jericho. Tho text wns Phllllpplans 11:5. Tlio preacher said: " Iio llko Chrlst, who wns puro. trntlifnl, solf-con-trolled, forglvlng nnd solf-sncrlflclng. Tho great power ot tho teacher is In charactor. Chrlst withln yoti is tho great charncter bulldor." Tho examlnatlons wero conductod January 15th, lGth and 17th, by Superlntond cnt Dnrtt and Kxaminer Lmdon ot tho 1) ar lington hlgh school, and tho prlnclpal nnd ns slstant teachors of tho school. Nlne porsona grnduntod whoso names are glven below, nnd etudents ot tho lowor classos woro promoted to tho neit blghor, Wednesday evonlng there wag n lecture by Rev. H. W. Jones of St. Johnsbury, who described Europo ns geen from n car-wlndow In a hlghly follcltotis manner, to tho dellght of n large nu...

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. — 23 January 1884

G VERMONT WATCHMA1V & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESJDAY, JANUARY 23, 1884. AT I5VKNINU. When laat nlght'a aun went down, O'er wood and fleld and town, A mantle fcll of uulrerlng, roay llghtl The daitlDg blrda made glad tlio alry helghtl AIodk the cryatal (ky, Cloud-bannera floated hlgh, Crlmton and gold atalnat tlie temler bluei And wheie, mld Jewela plled, Day, paaalng, pauaed and amlled, With keen, brlgbt, trembllng ray, one atar ahow through. Watchlng on every alde, "0tyt" the children ctled) " Bwectglory, leare ua not to ahadowy nlgUtl" llut cvcn vrhllo they apoke, A purer radlance brokej Acroaa tho roao-bloom foll a enowwhlte ray, The moon paaaed np tbe ahlnlng heavenly way. Serene and fair and still, Slie looked on vale and tilll i Tbe eatth gtew calm beforo ber angel face. Velled wlth a allver mlat, In temler amclhyat, Tbe aky aeemed hnahed to watch ber sllent grace. So, all the aoleinn nlgbt, Sbe blesaed the world wlth llght, Tlll, wlth freeh roses dawned anotlier day. Ahl many...

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. — 23 January 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUJRlVAIi, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1884. 7 SONOS OF 1'RAISES. In a irlcd old mow, that u once, alaa I X Uvlng gtory of wavlng grin, A crlciet made merry one wlnter'e day, And anewered me thl, In a w ondroui way, When I crled, hilt aharply, " Thou poor old thlng I Ilovr cantt thou tlt In the datk and elng, While for all ttay pleaaure of joulh Ihou etarreat ? " " l'm tbe voloo of pralae that came ln wlth the harveat I ' I went away to the allent wood, And ilown ln the deep, brown aolltudo, Where nothlng bloaaomed, and nothlng atlrred, Up roae tbe note of a little blrd. " Why carolloit thon In tbe doath of tlie year, Where nobody traveletb, by to hear ? " " I alng to Qod, tbough tbere be no comer, l'ralse for the paat, nnd the promlae of eummer t " I atopped by the brook that, overglaiaed Wlth lcj eheathlng, aeemed prlaoned faat Tet there whlapered up a contlnued aong, From the llfe underneath that aurged along. " O bllnd little brook, that canst not know W...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 23 January 1884

8 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATB JOUIINAL, VVEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1884. Vermont Stnto Nows. Icb ln large quantltlea U belng linivested on Ottor creck. Ic ls qulto thlck nnd clear. Noah Am.en, n Huntington clothlng donlor, lias fallod ; linbilltica about 815,000. Tiik proildont lins ro-nomlnated Charlea 1'. Carpenter for postinuster of St. Jolinbury. Ninktkek ol the twenty-tbreo towns of Windham county now liavo tlie teleplione. A litti.k datiRhter o( Goorce Trottor of Sptlngflold swallowed a nowlnj; mncUIne ehuttlo. At Lyndonville, H. H. Fryo aot a latnp on n show caro. It broko through nnd damagod gmall wares sbout S125. Tnit Rutland dlstrlct nieanongor tolegraph company have ncatly comploted tlielr nrrango ments for gtattlng thclr nystem. Tiik Congrrgatlonal chutcli at Castleton Is nlnety-nlne yenrs old and conteinplatcs celo btatlng its centennlal next yoar. TitK cltlzens of Pawlet have boon atoused on the Btibjoct of totnporanco, nnd ineasurea w 111 bo used to stop tho Ulegal tra...

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. — 30 January 1884

BY W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, JANTJABY 30, 1884. VOIi. 79. 4033. NO. 16. nfchmm 0 gfotmml. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 188 1. Locnl Itcms. Dncos nt DAScora'sl Fatbnt medlclnea at IHscom'all Tiik finest clgnrs at Bascom'Blll CmoOLATiNO llbrary nt H. K Slayton'g. Eleoant handkerchlef oxtracta nt Bas oom'Bllll Bio trade ln "Dlamond Dycs" at Bas com'alllll Buy your rubbera at Clevelnnd's shoo stoie. Large stock and low ptlcca. A good llno of Bheot muslo and mnslc-booka at Grlggs' store, Waterbury. Orhin Daley wlll sell seventy-flve barrels of the beat Oreentng npplea at cost. If you want a good palr of boota or slioca call at Cleveland's sboe store. Buv your aewlng-maclilne needlea at Grlggs' ehoe store, Watorbury. Needlea sont by mall to any address. Call for tho Dongola boot at Cleveland'a shoa store. Nono genulno unloss markod Don gola lnslde tho boot. Kose Cream Glyoerine, for chappcd handa and llps, leada the van. Put up In opal galll pots. For aale by drugglsts. Pbrson...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 30 January 1884

2 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY JANUARY 30, 1884. JjgricnltwnL T. H. 1IOSKIN8, Newport, Vt., Ertltor. Onr Early Experlonco wltli Fcrtlllzors. Wo woro nevor before iu recolpt o so muoh corroapondonoo upon the fortillzer question as now. This faot ehows that farmera aro thlnklng rnoro about tho mat tor. In our" long artiolo of Deoembor 12 we gavo the sum of our oxporienoe to date. In order to meet somo of tho in qulrlea latsly seat us, we wlll now give some nocount of our flrst attempts to make uso of other fertilizers besldea stablo ma nuro. When our farm was bought, in 1800, it had tho appoarance of boing ex hausted, yot it had been oleared of a heavy maple growth only about twonty flvo years before, and was of tho beat physioal oharaoter for produotiveness, being a warm loam with just enough olay in it to adhore somewhat to tho feot when wet, yet with good nalural drainage, ex-' cept in a f ew small basin-hke spots. It had unquestiouably ouce beon a part of the b...

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. — 30 January 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1884. 3 OF T1IK l'AST. White flowcrs lle npon hot breaat ller Ihrobblng pulaea are at tett; Jlor clrclet gllmmere on hei liead) She la A qtteen, aud aho la dcad. Around lier all ls very atlll Unchanged, bclilnd a changeleaa hlll, Tlio wcitern xun forever dlpa, And djlng (plendora klaa lier llpa, Iler paaatve liand a accplro holda ; lier ralment falla ln atatcly foldai Iler laahca alumber on lior clieeki The world w ould llaten dld ahe apeak. 6ho wlll be atlll for everniorel Though crowned klng or emporer Made bare hla treaaury for lier, Tlie quiet llps wlll never allr, Rbewlll bealilll but all around, Volccs, which apeak without a aound, Illd tendcr chorda awake and tbrlll, Telllng of lier, though she 1 atlll Telllng how day had wlnged teet, IIow chlldlah night had alumber aweel, And little many-colored dreama Shone througb the dark ln fltfut gleama. Tben klndly Nature round ua cnrled, The aklea bent down to claap tbe wor...

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. — 30 January 1884

4 VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1884. Tibui-$J.OO per yor, strlctly In adrancel or $1.50 lf not tld wltfaln thro monthi. WEDNESDAY, JANUAKY 30, 1884. Thk letter in another coluinu, from one o our farinor friends, onforcoa the impor tance of somo Idoas to whlch wo havo tried to call publlo attention, and wlll re pay a caroful reading. Mn. Billinob' lotter seems to havo in tousifled and developed the sentlnient in favor of hia nomination, rathor than to havo disconraged it. If the people waut Mr. Billings for governor, lot them say bo j and let them not rofrain from aaying so by reason of anything that haa happened, or that haa beon said, or may bo said, by interostod politieiana. For tho reason that it belioved thnt J udge Royce had had "himself taxed on tho wholo of hia taxable property in a lutnp," and "for the additional reaaon that we becamo convinced that the mon wlio were crying tax-dodging ' were not honest inen in so doing," the Argus and Patr...

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. — 30 January 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNALi, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1881. n Waterbury. V. 0. WnroiiT Is on n vlslt to hla former liome In Geneva, N. Y. Jamkh K, Fcllkiiton lost n vory valuablo new mllch cow last wook, tho nnlmal dylng froni mllk fevor. To n now snow-plow, well mannged by Frank Carpenter, tlie vlllngo ls lndobted (or oxcollont pntng thls wlntor. D. C. Cai.dwkll has rented tho old marble ghop formorly ownod by Georgo C. Arma. and will carry on tho cnblnet and undertnkor'g buslness tliero. Six lasslOB lnvttcd tliolr laddle frlonda to a loap-year tldo to Middlesex, Frlday evenlng. Tho event of tho ovenlng was a tlp-over whlle croaslng tho flatg, a leap-yoar lagsle holdlng tho rlbbons. Mns. Lovisa (Colr) Taymhi, wldow of tho late Kmera Taylor, dled of pneumonla Frlday, at tho ago of Bevcnty-soven. Funeral Bor vlcea were held Monday nt the Methodlst church, Rev. W. J. Johnson ofllclntlng. GKNItHAIiWlLMAM V. llENHVOf Burlington, oneof Wntorbury's foldler boys, who won hls tltlo ...

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. — 30 January 1884

0 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATB JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1884. THE WAY TIIK LIIMSTIIH TJIUT1I. DTF. n.K, 0 star that o'er Judoanhllis ' Lead weary feet wlth llglit dlvlne To llfe and boie for buman 111, O load lliou rulne. At Eden's eastern gate liow long Tliat flamtBg blade bars all the way Tlll over carth the boavenly song I'roclalms tbe day. O let me hear tbe wondrous ttraln, And bld tbe berald angels slng, Bwlf t tbrough the skles tbe glad refraln On tlreleis wlng. Thcn to the world, grown gray and old, Tbe cblldllke heart tetnrns again Tlio fallli, tbe ttutli, tbe age of gold, And God wlth men, Tlio Chlldrcn's I'rajor-Mcctlng. It wauted throe-quartors of tho hour at whioh tho publio meeting was to com monce, but soolng tho church doors open, we ontored. The large, outer room waa dimly lightcd, but a brighter gleam ap peared from tho little class-room at the slde. The ovening was wet and chilly, and one or two porsous stood drying thelr damp things by the stove, beforo pa...

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. — 30 January 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1884. 7 NINI5 YI5AKS OLD. Rlng out, 0 bells, ft merry pcal, On Ihls ausplclon tnorn A little mald, wlth golden locki And soul of heaven bom, Is nlne years oll, Is nlno years old. From out your swelllng throati, 0 blrds, 1'our (orth yonr sweelest laya) A little glrl, wlth cyes ot blue And wlnsome, Joyons ways, Is nlne years old, Is nlne years old. 0 merry brook wlthln tlio glado, Dance llghtly on yonr way A preclona chlld, Ihls gladtomo June, And on this very day, Is nlne years old, Is nlne years old. Fresh snmmer flowers, yonr petals ope, Wlth fragrance flll the alr A human blossom on lts stem TJnfoldlng, free and fair, Is nlne years old, Is nlne years old, Toung Ilalder, (rltky household pet, Come, wag yonr tall In glee i Your little mlstroM, on tbls day, As cven yoti may see, Isnlne years old, Is nlne years old, Come, nnclea, annts, and couilns, too, And Joln ln foatlve mlrth; Dear grandmamma, be yonng to-day j Our mald...

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. — 30 January 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1884. 8 Weckly Nctts Suiiiinnrjr. Verinnnti BuitMMiTON ppent 83,!10 ou licr poor lust year. Mvhon Amiileh ot Hyde Ptk froze both hls foot lftet week, C. L. DAitimn of Ilellows Falla hasn plnno ot Europenn mnko tliat la ono lmndrrd yejraold. Moodv Hohy, a vetornn o( tlie war of 1812, dled ln Manchoster Januaty 21, tiRed elgbty eevcn. Tiiiiity lioiuen wore bullt at Bellows Falls last venr, tlielr valuo, Inclitdlng tlio land, bt lng 8100,000. Alfkfu Wooi.fkndkn, an olderly man, dliot hlmeelf dead at hls bome lu South ltoyulton lnBt Batutday, Tiik Kletoher Ireo libraty nt Burlington bns 14,048 txwkg, 638 bolnR added last ycar. Tbere wero 20,070 books taken out. Tiir claima ngalnst U. II. Scott ol Albmch amount to Rbout 818,000, and IiIb assotB will probably amount to SG.000 or 58,000. Ciiamlks Novks of Wheelock had hls knuck loa bitten ln a dlspute wlth John Mllec, and ls ln a crltlcal condltlon from blood polsonlng. A uw) by...

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. — 6 February 1884

BY W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1884. 4034. NO. 17. ffitfcltmm 0 gftumml. WEDNESDAY, FEI3UUAUY 0, 1881 Currcut Montlou. Institute meetlngs of tho Vermont Board of Agtlcultuto wlll bo held at Stowe, February 12 nnd 13. Thb membors of tho Rutland county bar aro dlstaibod bocauao tlie namo of II. W. Love appears In tho dlteotory ln the Hst of lawyors, nd wlah to know wliy thls ln thus. Thb Amerlcan Express Company now Issuoa money orders as hlgh aa flfty dollars. Tlicso are m ade payable at any one of more than slz thon sand five handred placea in the Unlted States and Canada, whlch the remltter may deslre, Tiie jolnt commlsslon on boundarlos of the Troy and Veimont Methodlst conferencea wlll meot Aprll 2d. The Vermont membera proposo Burlington aa the placo of meetlng but wlll go to Rutland lf lt la preferred by tho Troy membera. One of the raost strlklng lllustratlona of the qnlck returna aomotlmea raade by advertlslng la related by the New Ilaven News. Mr....

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. — 6 February 1884

2 VERMONT WATCIIMAN fc STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRTJARY G, 1884. II. 1IOSICINS, Newport, Vt., Kdltor. THE lUtOOM'8 BOULOqOY. l'm only an Insignlflcant liroom, Oood to swcep an untldy room, And then to bo lilddcn away. It'o very trylng I cannot be Bomething dalnty or swect to see, Whcre llio llglit and tlio sunbeams stay. l'd llke to be the doar little clialr Tliat holds the bonny wce baby, tbcre j Or rather, lf I were abte To have my wish, I wonld proudly atand Wlth brlc-a-brac, cards and flowers, a grand Magluccnt marble table. Or, there ls the looklng-glass, you know, Whlcb cverybody admires so i You can always see the smlle With which they peep as they pass lt by llow arlstocratlo to liang so jilgh And be looked at all the wblle 1 And there Is a eplendld thing to liold The books wlth covers of red and goldt Exceedlngly dlgnlfled. Or that old sofa, where chlldren crowd And Bhout and frollo and laugh alond, At play on 1U cushlons wlde. But what 1 the use of wlshlng to be Anythln...

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. — 6 February 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUItNAX., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1884. 3 T1IK KINO'S SIIII'S. God hath go many ehlpa upon the aea I Hla are the merchanlmen lliat onrry treaanre, The tncn-of-war, all bannercd gatantly. The little llshcr boata and barka ot pleaeure. On all ttils toa ot tlme there la not one Tbat aallod wllhout tbe glorloua namo thereon. The wlnda go np and down upon the sea, Anil aomelhey lightly claip, entrcattng ktnclly, And waft theni lo tbe rott whete they wonld bej And other sblpn they bnlTct, long and bllndly. Tbe cloud comea down on tbe great Blnklng decp, And on the ihore tbe watchors stand and wcep. And (IchI hath many wrccka wlthln the acai Oh, lt ls deep I I look ln fear nnd wonderj The wladom throned above Is dark to rne, Yet lt ln aweet to thlnk hla care la nndec; Tbat yet tbe aunken trcaaure inAy be drawn Into hla atorehouae when the aea la gone. Bo I, that iiall ln perll on the aea, Wlth my bolovcd whom yet tbe wavea may covcr, Say Ood hath more tban ange...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 6 February 1884

4 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY G, 1881. rnhhmm & $otmnl TtRUi-$.0O per year, strlctly ln luWnncei or $2.M if not rald wlthln tnree montln. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUAUY 0, 1884. The oppononts of tho coipDrntlon tax law tnake a groat account of tho faot that aome of the corporations havo pald thoir taxes undor protest. Thls sooms to bo a Tory innocont devlce for savlng tho foel- inga of tho protestants, or for an oasy and gracoful comlng down from a belligorent position. Suoh paymonts tho law rcgards aa voluntary and thoy would not bo rocov- orablo, ovon if tho corporatlon tax aot shouid bo overthrown. In one of the California cases, suit waa brought by tho railroad to recover mouoy paid for taxes under a threat to boII tho propetty. Tho Unitod States oircuit oourt deoided that suoh a payment waa not made under duress, and that tho raoney was not re covorablo. In the eye of tho law it waa a voluntary payment. Wk are indobted to Hon. Charlos Dewoy, inspector of...

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. — 6 February 1884

VERMONT WATCIIMA.N & STATE JOURiYAL,, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 18S4. 5 Importnnt to Ponslonors. K. L. Whltford, penslon ngont, wrltoa as fol lowa ln the Concord (N. H.) Monttor: "The proposltlon for tlio nbolttlon o( the difforent pcnslon ngcncloa, nnd the payment of nll pon nlona from the Unlted Statoa treasury, nppenra to be undor serlous conslderntlon by the invn lld pcnslon nnd nppropriatlon commltteo of the honse of reprosentntlvea nt Washington. The honorablo comml'slonerof penslons, ns havlng the best Informatlon regardlng the matter nt hls command, haa been called upon to stato lila vlowa relatlvo to the proposed plan, and in a letter of consldernblo length bIiows the work Ings of the present method of maklng pay ments at the several ngencles, whlch npneara to bo satlsfnctory In ovoty rcspcct to the beno ficlarlea of the govermnent. In 1877 the nnm ber of ngencles for paylng penslons waa reduced from fllty-seven to cighteen, Biibsequent to whlch tho pystom of payments has ...

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. — 6 February 1884

0 VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, EEBRUARY G, 1884. THK BAII.OK (I'l.OVETS). Crucl Is our lonely oceau, noarlnR always day and nlglit; Bnrled 'neath lt wl'd common Many a wtcck lles, far from nlglit. Courage, comradr I I, confldtng, To the free wlmls glve my barque Forlli It hastens, iwtttly tldlng O'er tlio blllows grtm anil dnik Thlck the ctoiuls Hy o'er the lievn, Flerce the Rale grows black the wavea; Illtlier, tlillher we ate drlve n, WkMe tlio waklng wliltlwlud raves, Courage, comrades I l'cals tbe tlmmter, Illgh the watery heaps arlse, Yawnlng gulfs now draw iu under, Now wo're llfted to the sklcs. Yet behotd, our shlp 1" nearlng Throngh tlie storm the wihed-for land) Bee, the yautts of heaven aro clearlng, 8ee, the port la near at band, Thlthcr but brave hearta and ready WiU the blllows specd along I Courage, comradcsl stralgU and stcady Flloe our vesscl, slaunch and strong, Kuntan of latuilof. X Clianco Word. Myra Sydney waa Bltting in the window of her li...

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