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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 6 February 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURLYAL,, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY G, 1884. 7 TIIK OIUUKKTS VIOMN. "Ah.mel Ab,mel!'ncrlckeuald, " Grandmothcr Oray has gona to bod t No one llstena tiut little Fred To nll the tunca I play 80 1 wlll hop away." " I'H cllmb the chlmncy, and begln To play my dulcet vlolln. Too long l've wattedl 'tla ft aln For genlna thua to atay Illd from the llgbt of dayi" l'oor little Fred began to moan i " Grandmother Oray, the cricket 'e gone I And yon and I lctt alonel Ahw 1 1 fcnr," lio aatd, "The (ummer tlme la dead I" Wllh many a weary hop-hop-hop, Tbe cricket reached tho chlmneytop. But.aht the people did not atopl Xone heard ln all the dln The crlckot'a vlolln. The cricket played ln every key, From do.fa, la, to do, re, mlt From a, b, o, to x, y, z, He played both alow and faat Theheodlcee crowdwent past. Jack Froet oame 'ronnd and nlppod bla bow, And thcn the mualc waa o low, The cricket crled ln tone of woe i " Oh, for the bearthatone bed, The eara of little Fred I...

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. — 6 February 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY G, 1884. 8 TYcckly Nows Suniinary. Vermont. Oeoikik KsrxiN, n St. Albans bnkor, la re ottel to bo flnnnclftlly omuarrasaed. C H, A. IIicks, gonornl Btoto, of Readsboro, of lera hls credltois Dfty cents on tlio dollnr. Mns. R. K. CitANn of Greensboro fell nnd dUlocAtod lior lil, nnd wlll bo a ctlpplo (or llfe. Thk new town Iioubo nt Mlddlobury wlll bo lnaugurnted the 16th Inst., by tlie annual roas quorade ball. Addison connty last woek pent to Ohlo nnd Missourl fiOG licatl of slieop, 000 of thom bolug roglaterod Morlnoen. Wkllh, Kiciiahdson & Co., of Burlington, havo had nluoty tong of almanacs iulnttsd foi adverttslng purposos. Watkh la very pcarco ln tlio oastorn part of Orange county, and niany fainlliea ate obllged to ueo 8nov nltogether. Thk tuaclilneiy of the Carpenter orcan com pany ls belng net up ln Crowoll's bnllding at Brattleboro, whero work wlll soon begin. Tiie Vermont lumber company of West Burke are manufn...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 13 February 1884

BY W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, EEBRUARY 13, 1884:. VOIi. 79. 4035. NO. 18. VVEPNESDAY, FEBKUARY 13, 1834 Currcnt Mcntlon. Town roporta wlll be prlnted promptly, noatly, and reasonably at thls olllce. Thb dookot of tho Match term of Wuahlng ton county court, just out, ptesents two hun drod nnd fifty-slx law and seventy-one clian cery casos. Fitojt lost week Monday mornlng to Friday mornlng, lncluslvo, one hundred and tliltty-ono cats were taken lnto Montreal over tlio Centtal Vermont llno. Thh leading atticle In Tha Manhattan for March wlll be on " Dattmouth College." The artlclo wlll be lllustrated with portralta, and from drawinga mado ezproasly foi it. The Orange connty Good Templare' baskct ptcntc unlon nre to liold a moeting at Brook ileld, Tuesday, Febrnary 10. In the evenlng an address wlll be dellvoied by Frank Flumley, Esq., of Northfield. Ab far aa the governorshlp questlon la con cerned, tho Monitor says lt " la waltlng tlll altor the cyclone." The approprl...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 13 February 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL., WEDNESDAY, FEBRTJARY 13, 1884. ricnlinrnh T. lli IIOSKIN8, Nowport, Vt., Edltor. Brontl-Castlng Fcrtlllzcrs. l)r. Cutting's remarks on thia subjeot f ully conflrm tho rosulta o our own expe rience. Dr. Cutting says ho examined hia corn-field, planted in hills four feot apart oach way, without being able to flnd a slnglo oubio inch of soil, ono iuch below tho surfaoo, that waa not pormeated wlth rootlota of tho corn to tho dopth of at leoat ten inchea. Such faots as those show tho folly of nsiDg any fertilizer in tho hill. You cannot hido it in your fleld 80 the roots will not flnd it. If epread on, and distributed, in tho soil, thoy will flnd a uniform aupply Ihrough tho soason, instoad of too much at ono time and not enough at another. How Mncli to An Acre? " M. A. C." Waitsfield, Vt., aaya : " I would like to inquire (1) how much ma nure ia profitable to put on an acro for hoed cropa. Would oighty ono-horse loada bo too much ? (2) Doea manuro...

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. — 13 February 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURLVAL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1884. 3 OLD aillMM'H WILL. Old (lrlmm was dylng faat They thought each honr would be hl last) llut In hla perfect (enacs atlll lle roused and ial d i " I'll mako my wlll." A lawyer qulck waa summoned tlien, Who uunt wllli papcr, lnk and pen. " Write plaln," aald Otlrara, " what I've to say, And put lt In thc strongest way. The homeatesd liere I glve my wlfc, And caah enough to laather llfel Ten thonsand dollara lt shall be, From all provlsos clear and free. Bhe helped me make and helped me savei But now the nced not toll and slave. The tlmbered land, the upper mlll And water power all go to UIU. The lowland farm, lla atock and graln, Wlth frult and hay, I leave to Jane. Jerry ahall liave the clty block, And Ilen muat tako my rallroad stock. The lower mlll and Inmber pllea And laoda around must go to tllles. To Molly and her son I glve The flne, rlch fann on whlch they llve. And all ahall abate allke the gold, Whlch mortg...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 13 February 1884

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1884. 4: Tiaua $2.00 per ycr, ttrictlr ln adTnce or 3.S0 lf not pld wlthln three monthi. WEDNESDAY, FEUUUARY 13, 1881. It is gratlfying to notlee that Bome of the state papors are calllng tho attention of tho towns to the aubject o tho town syatem of sohools. We hope to publish somethlng farthor on this subjeot next weeb, and ln aubsequent issues, till tho March meet ing. Moaulimo, oaro should be takeu to havo legal notico put in the warniug. Tho law provides that; the selectmen sball in eert an artiele to aboliah the dlstrlct sya tem on the applioatlon of three voters. Information as to the praotical working of tho aystom, whoro it has been loag nnd falrly tried, can beobtainod in Waitsfield, Brighton or Middletown, among other placea. The consideration of tho qucstioD of adopting tbe ayatotn dependa on the aotive Iocal efforts of tho frienda of good sohools. Many of the towns have com mittees looking the raatter np. W...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 13 February 1884

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURtVAL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1884. 5 North Montpelier. Wb aro havlng n threo weoks' echool In Unlon vostry hall, wlth Harry Parker of Wor cester, Mnss,, aa teacher. Tiieiib is to bo ft trot on tho ice hero, wlthout fall, next Saturday afternoon, "MollleG" nnd"Gray Frlar" aro to be ghown as very promlslng colta. A gonoral turnout Is ox poctcd. Six codtles of oar young folka wore In at teadance nt tho Barro social nt tho PaTillon, last woek Tuesday ovonlng, and roport an en joyablo tltne nnd very courteouB treatment Irom tho boys. Thk Blnglng-schools at Unlon vestry hall, wlth I'rofessor Charles F. Dudloy as teacher, aro provlng a grand guccess, from geventyflvo to one hundred belng prosent ovory evenlng. The scliolars show a marked Improvement. Thk trottlng trncks on our pond nre In grand ghape now (or tho fngt-horse fraternlty to try tho relative spcod of thelr horsos. and some sliarp brushes may bo expected through tho week, and on next Saturday af...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 13 February 1884

0 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAL,, WEDNESDAY, EEBRUA11Y 13, 1884. 8AI.AI) FOK I.KNT. 0 f or humanlty, dcep and abldlng, Frora sln and f rom self forever dlvldlng Doing good everywhere, yet tlie doere conceallng, Ood'a bounty, Christ beauty, eialtlng, reveallng. Content to be namelcss, unportloned, and lowly, If he whom we honor the hlgh and the holy Wlll only Impart hln strength to our weakness, And use us to aave, In the splilt of meekness, Other souls from thedepths wliencawo werede'lvered, And chatni whlch hla hand omnlpotent shltered. Chrlst emptled hlinself of tils glory to save ns, And ehall we not hcrald the grace that he gave u ? Ilath he freely forgtven our grlevom transgresslons, And made us Jolnt-helrs to liU priceless possesslons, That we should decin heaven a close corporatlon, And oltllcss wltness a brotliec'a damnatlon ' If he f all by tlie way, shatl we scorn to percelvo lilm ? Llke Levlte and prlest, let a Btrsnger relleve lilin T If tbns we regard a netghbor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 13 February 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAX & STATE JOUR.VAL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1884. 7 iw dvttintmmin ew $dvi rfiuqtnqntB $jfcrred rnticr. VAljKNTINK TO AMAN OF VOItTH. ratr slrl to you my malden Intultions Bhy but slncere Ingenlously lncllne, And lf I flnd you answer tbe condltlons, I'll tako your bid and bo your valealine. I know your worth tliat ls your gencral merlt But when your mourned and wealtliy father dlod, r tay tell a Blmple glrl, did you Inherlt llls vlrtnes only or-a bit beslde 1 Yes, I admlre your lofty reputatlon, I)ear to my artlcss sptrll as ray own But tell me tbla to itlll my trepldallon Are you an owner In llell telephone? Tour leatnlng, too, lias bound my heart In fctters For you are wlse, lf street tepott be true i I, tooi a chlldlsh f ancy have for letters I hope you're solldon " C. B. & Q." Your noble preaence " dlgnlfled and stately " Wlth Inexperlenced ardor I adore; nutthose Vlllardstocksl Have you trled 'em lately T And wereyoulongor aliort on that Lake Slioro ? So,...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 13 February 1884

s VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1884. Wcckly Nows Sumninry. ' Vermont. 1'awlkt has a union loctnre assoclatlon of fllty membors. Hyde 1'aiuc shlnpors nro nccused of sendlng dlaoased meat to uo caoned, Rutland wlll havo a law and order loaguo, to proaecute violatlons ot the llquor lawg. Onk McUanald, nrroHed for thett nt Essox Junctlon, has boon sont to Windsor (ot two yoars. COLONKL KlTTllEDOB UASKIN9 oj Brattleboro baa drawn ariears o( penslon nmountlng, it ls gald, tonbout 52,100. Tiie golden woddlng of Mr. and Mrs. Dea con Hottou wus celebrated at South London derry on .Tanuary 31st. Pkdksthians liiivo had a hard time on the sltppery Bldewalks In Itutland. Two are now lald up wlth broken bones. Dit. C. D. Nkwall's throo-years-oldson, who was Bhot at St. Jotinabnry by n playinate, two woeks ngo, dted Saturday nlght. A youno son ol U. F. Frye ot Chostor had bla (ace and noclc geverely burued by hot water falllng from a dlppor on to liliu. Dbacon Sim...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 20 February 1884

3tfWLUi BY W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, EEBIiUARY 20, 18S4. VOIi. 79. 4036. NO. 19. ffnfclnmm & $owml WEDNESDAY, FEBIIUAHY 20, 1881. County Tempcrftiico CoiiTcntlon. The freemen of Waehlnglon county, and all Inter Mteil ln the cause of tempcranco, are requetl to nioet ln rmas convontlon at th Coutt-liome, ln Mont pelier, Batubdat, tiik 23d dat of FsuatJAttT, A. D. 1881, at half-paM ten o'clock, A. m., for the purpone of nomlnatlng a candidato for county commlsaloner and electlng county and town commlttcos, and connuHtni; together an to the lest means of promotlng a niore actlve and healthy temperance Bentlinent througliout the connty, Speakers are expected to be prenent to address the conventlon. Come out, one and all, and let U8 have a good ronslng conventlon, I.. M. IIUTClllSSON,! T, lt, (Iobdon, l Countv J. II. IIoldbsc, Commtttee. U. O.lioics, J Ciirrcnt Mcntlon. IIas the Northfield Farmer and iVeios heard that Dr. Nlchola Ia a candldate for tho gover norshlp ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 20 February 1884

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1.S84. T. II. JIOSKINS, Newport, Vt., Kitllur. Does Ico Injnro llutlcrJ Tho progress of nccurato scieuce, based upon careful observatlon, is drivlng out dogmalism tho inere " I say bo I" of any body from all autliority iu tho raindi of thlnking raon. A groat many things that wore rcgarded aa unquestionable truths in dairying, twenty yoars ago, aro now knowu to bo mero superstitions. We think tho belief that ico and ico-water is injurlous to buttor ought to bo amoiig these. Thoro is vory little, if nny, wator in this round globo that has not been ico, and so we may regard all water as ice wator. Cold cortainly does not hurt butter; on thocontrary, it preserves H. Water, at ordinary temperature, is not be llevcd to hurt buttor. Our best butter is washed with wator, and cold well water at that often as cold as forty degrees. Now if water at forty degrces does not harm butter, why ehould water at thirty-two degrees, whlch ia...

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. — 20 February 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATJE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1884. 3 JPtf Sin sidt' iti:ati:.Miu:n, nova. Little f rlrnds, when 7011 are t play on 1,10 street, Ilalf frantlo wltli f rollo, laugtiter and nole, Don't over forget to bow when you motl When you meet an old man wltli gray lialrs, mj boya. Ii the agod man feeble, decreptt and lamo 7 Doos bo loan on lils stafl wtth uuatendy polae? Hevor mock at his lotrow, but atop In jour gatne, And bow to the tonn wlth gray Iilr, my boya. If lio aometlmcs lialla in lit totteilng paco To wltnesa the flow of jour Innocent Joj, Don't Jostle the old man out of hla place, llut grcet hla gray locka wltli a bow, my boya, Kemcmber, the yoan aro only a lew Slnce he on tlio street, wlth his gatnes and toya, Was healthy and happy and acttve.llke you; And brlgut as the sun weie hla curla, my boya. Ilut age has tucrowod the check lliat waa fair; While aorrowa have broken his once mellow volce And now there ls many a allvery halr On the hoad where t...

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. — 20 February 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAjL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1884. fnhhmm & $otmnl. Trhi-2.00 per ynr, (trtotly ln artrancoi or $1.80 lf not tld w lthln Uiree monlhi. WEDNESDAY, FEB11UARY 20, 1884. It is glven out, apparently by authorlty, that Ilon. Goorgo Niohola wlll, in any ovent, declino to bo n oandidato for re olection to tho ofllco of secretary of Btate. Charloa W. Porter, Esq., has beon tbe deputy soorotary since 1872. Mr. Portor is a lawyer, a mombor of Washington oonnty bar, to which be was admitted in 1874. He is a man o marked profes sional ability, a gentlemau of liberal edu oation, of oulturo and of proved integrity. We know of no good roason wby a prac tioal applioation of tbe rules of civil sorvico ought not to be made in this case, and Mr. Porter be promoted to the flrst position in tho offioo in which, for twelve years, he has boen the efiicient deputy. We trust that the nezt state convention will take this view of tho matter, and that he will be nominatedio...

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. — 20 February 1884

f VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1884. porlntondent, holds hla ofllce many years, and. havlng n board of dlrectors to advtae hlm and to Bustaln lilm, expressos hls mlnd mote froely nnd acts mote lndopendontly, TIiIb fcellng of eupport by hls assoclate dircctora la a groat ad vantnge to tbe Buporlntondont, and conso fiiontly to tlio BChoola. Now all thls is tn strong contrast wlth school admlnlsttntlon under tlio dlstrict system, where ofllcers, com mlttees and superlntendenta ate annnally ro tatod out, wlth tlio resultlng aweeplng chnnge ln teachers, leadlng to demorallzatlon nnd ln efllclency. A moro peaceful admlnlstratlon o( school matters la also obtnlnod under tlio town eyetem. Frtctlon ls moro cnslly got nlong wlth, dlsclpllne ln tho schools more easlly maintalned, nnd dletrlct qunrrels are obviated. Rlngs and cllques, jobs and favorltlsm, havo nnd do pre vall under tho dlstrict gystom, bnt ln the town mcotlng tho better sentlment comea to tho ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 20 February 1884

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & fcTATE JOUKNAL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1884. I'OKTHY ANI) TIIK l'OOlt. "The world la very bcautlfull" 1 aald, Aa yeeterrtay, bealde the brlmmlnij atream, Olad and alone I watchcd tlio tremnloua gleam Slant through tlie wlntry wood, green carpeted Vlth moaa and fern and cnrvlng branible apray, And bronie the thouaand f naaet margln-reeda, And ln tbe apaikllng bolty gllnt and play, And klndlo all the brlera' flamlng aecde. " The world H very lmrrlble I" I algh. Aa, ln my wontcd waya, to-day I tbtead ChlU atreeta, deformed wllh dlni raonotony, llldlng atrange myaterlea of unknown dread The reeklng court, tlie breathlera fcver-den, The haunte where thinga unboly throng and brood) Orim crlme, the flerce ileapalr of atrong armed men, Chlld-lnfamy, and ahamclcaa womanhood. And men have looked npon thia plteone thing lllankllvea unvlalledby beautj'a apell And aald," Let bei It ln not meet to bilng Dreania of awcct frcedom to the prlfon cell. Blng them no aonga of th...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 20 February 1884

I VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1884. YIcM Not 1o Tciiiptntlon. Guy Wood is loaving his homo for tho dull routitio o bofirding-school llfe, and wo would listen to bis fathor'a parting words : " Guy," ho says, " I want you to study hard j let mo bo able to eay, when you rotum liome again, tbat I ntn prond of you. Reraetnber, in you aro centered all my hopes, and 1 want you to stand at the head of your claas. Da not dlsappoint nie. Good-bye, my Bon I" He is off to tho triala and triumphs of school-boy lifo. D Beforo a haudsoine rcsidenco a gentlo man and his Bon are standing, waiting for thooarriago whioh is to Beparate tbom for tho first time. As it is seen coming up the magnificent troo-bordered drivo, wo hear pnother father'a last words : "Ilarry, do notbing to disgrace the honored narae of Staunton ; do oredit to yourself and me, and you fihall never laok for chances ; tho moment you place a stain upon your name, you ceaso to be what you now are, a...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 20 February 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JODftMAL WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1884. 8 Wcckly Nows Siimiiinry. Vermont. A Wkbt Rutland motlier la ciedlted wlth trlplets. A. rosT-OFKicre U to bo ostabllslied at Long 'ond, Westmore. Woodstock reportn an unusual amount o( glcknesg, but not eerlous. Royalton hnd twonty-two blrtlis, nlnetoen marrlAgei) nnd twenty-nlne doatlm last year. Waoons havo gupplanted bIoIrIi.i In Rutland, snow liuvlng nenrly dienppoatod In tho etreets, Tiik Windsor County Temperance Soclety wlll bold Ittt annual meetlng at Woodstoclc next Satutday. TiiRiucaio slz thou9And busbola o( potatoes for nalo on tho road In Jetlcbo, In a distnnco of two mllos. Tiik Barnard llbrary assoclatlon bas now completed lts organtzatlon, and wlll soon be ln running order. Tiik vIIIiiro o( Lyndon, In IU elgbty years' exlBtonce, has had seventeen flres, In nono of which tho I039 bas ezcoeded 53,000. A HiutiES ol temperance meotlngs, under tho Auspicea ol tho Woman's Chrlstlan Temper ance Unlon, la be...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 27 February 1884

BY W. W. PKESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1884. VUL. 79. 4037. NO. 20. Hjjgntchmnn & $ouriml. WEDNESDAY, FEURUAKY 27, 1884 Curreitt Muutluu. Pheliminaiiv eteps woro tnken, Monday, towarda the organlzatlon ol n new savlngabank at St. Albans. One of the former boardera at the L'lke Vlew house, Woodbury, ha8 bought a emall steam boat, nnd ia fixlng lt up for use on Woodbury lako noxt eeaaon, The Farmers' Mutual Flro Insurance Com pany of Montpelier pays a tax of seven hun dred and elghty-ono dollars and nlnety-flve cents, and the Vermont Mutual about two thousand dollars. Tiie grosa receipta of tlio St. Johnabury Young Mon'B Chriatlan Associatlon course for the aeason just past wero $1,815; expenses, S1,4G5 leaving a balance of 8350 in tho nssocla tlon treaaury. A very gotid ahowlng. Ai'iiominent Boston market manaaya: " All meat should be removod from tho browa papor ln whlch it la wrapped na goon aa lt comea from the market, or lt wlll taste of tho paper and the...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 27 February 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAIv, WEDNESDAY, FEBRTJARY 27, 1884. QritnlHtrnl. T. If. IIOHKIM8, Newport, Vt., Kriltor. Tlio Wirlits or ItOJS. B. P. Pooro, in tho lloston Cuttivator, haa somo vory senslblo tbings to say in be hftlf of boya on tho farm, particularly worthy of nttentlon of thoir mothors and Bistors, who havo herotofore monopolized publlo sytnpathy. IIo says : "Another way ln whloh great wrong haa been done tbo boya Is through tlio hablt inany parenta and sistora havo of treatlng thctn aa infcriora. It ia a habit tboughtlessly acquired, and thoughtlesflly practlced ; but, for all tbat, not tho loss unjust and cruel in ita resulta. 'It ia a very common thing in farmers' f amiliea to soo great partiality shown the girla in ro gard to attentionB beatowed upon per sonal appoarance, and timo and opportu nitiea allowed for tbe cultivation of thoso little BccotnpliahraontB which give young people caao and confidence in eociety and in tnemselvea. It ia not tbought that tbo...

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