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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 27 February 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1884. 3 ' CUI HONO." The upland fleld I deftly eow, Another reapa lta rlpened graln Ero oa my newmade grave perchanco CliiU fnlls, the patterlng autumn raln. Th taek t thought nono else mtglit do Anolhcr rounda, f ull and complete. The aoogs I aing a freaher volce Wakena from eltence, aadly sweet. "Laborlavalnl" Andatthetaal Itemembrance llngeta bnt a apace. And who ln after yeira shall keep Tlie memorjr ot my vanlshod f ace 7 The April tklea aa blue will emlle, The hawthorn epread ItB bloom as white, Aa Boft (tho' 1 wero gone) the cool dews fall Atid (ragrance h&unt the aummer nlght. What recomponse ahall golden ahoavea And autnmn f rultage yleld to me, Whoie sore hoart ever f reta and grlevcs O'er eprlng-tlme gtamoura odora f reo O'er lllles by the wlndlng atream And ahy blrd bullJlng nnder houeehold caves, And yellow crocua ln liet dalnty green And tcnder wblaperlnga 'raong the dewy leavea 't What guerdon doth ear...

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. — 27 February 1884

4 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1884. rntchmnti cG $otmnl Tiiu-$1.00 per yer, ntrlctly In drance or $2.90 l( not pikld wlthln three monthi. WEDNKSDAY, FKBHUAllY 27. 1884 A MEKTiNO of the dlstrict oommittooa has boen oallod at tho samo tlmo aa tho meeting of tho stato comraitteo, March 11, to consider tho mattor of oalling eopa rato popular convontions for choosing dlstrict delegatos to tho Chlcago con vention. The Mestenger says of tho proposal to adopt tho town system of eohools in St, Albans, and of tho genoral foatures of tho town system : " Wo should bo vory cautlous abont advising tho proposed change frora the old dlstrict system, if wo dtd not believo that tho town systom would do away with many of tho evila that have grown out of the former, and fnrnlsh the means of a moro comploto oducatlon for all classes of pupils. Iu Pennsylvania it has been in uso twenty fivo years, with satisfactory results. In Massachusetts it is working well. The gener...

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. — 27 February 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUKNAt,, WEDNES13AY, tfEBRUARY 27, 1884. 5 Barre. BcfltNESs nt tho fork sliop Ifl not qtiito ns "biiek ns usual nt tbts tlme of year. Tiik IndloV utilon wlll hold n soclablo wlth Mrg. A. M, Jackman on Saturday ovonlng. A cordlal lnvltation la oxtended to nll. Faiim lielp Is qtiito gcarco tlila soason nnd wages hlgh, good Yankco help belng at n premlum nnd brlnglng from $25 to $30 por montU. Tiik soclnblo nt Ilarrlngton's linll, last weok, was well nttendod nnd n plensnnt time wns hnd, aomo one bundred nnd sovonty-flvo per eons belng present. Tnit pnstor ot tlio Methodlst church wlll glvo nn lil8totlc.il sormon next Sunday ntter noon, which wlll be of Intercst to guch ng mny nttond, ng Barro Methodlst cliurch Is tho oldcst ono of tbnt denomlnntlon In tlils gectlon. Fiiank Howk nnd hls brothor-ln-lnw, Mr. Dnnlelg, nro goon to open tlie nient market ln tho bnsemont of tho French block, havlng nenrly corapleted nrrnngcments for tho same. Both tnen nro well-...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 27 February 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, FEBRTJARY 27, 1884. 0 For the Vermont Watchman. IT 18 WKLLi BT l. T. S. n. It ls well wltli jilm, weknow, When falli llio wlntry anow Upon hls narrow bed I Llke bloasonia oft and white It falleth ln ths nljht On hls unconacloua htad. It U well wlth him, we know, When ln the aprlng-tlme grow lirlgbt flowera o'er hls breaat; Thoy icent the evenlog gale, And odora rare ciliale, To grace hli peacelul reat. It ln well wlth him, wo know, When mimmer roaoa blow Ilere, thero and every where. On hlll-top and ln dale, On niountaln and ln vale, Sweet peaco la ln the alr. Itls well wlth him, we know, Dead leaves blow to and tro, We hear loved stimmer'a knell; The aky ls overcaat, 11V dread tha coinlng blaat, Tet all wltli him la well. Montrenl Gtrls. Tho correspondent of the New York Sun at the winter carnival discourseg of the girls o the frigid metropolia after the following manner : " The English girl is tall and Btronely built. She walks wit...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 27 February 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN fc STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1884. 7 HKAUTIl'UIi TIIINOS. Jloautlf ul facea are Ihoae that wear lt mattera little If ilatk or fair Whole-eouled honeety prlnted tbere. lleautlfnl eyea aro thoae tliat ahow, Llko cryatal panee where hoarth-flroa glow, lleautlfnl thoughta that burn bclow. Iteaullfnl llpe are thoae whoae worda Leap from the heart llke aonga of blrda, Yet whoie utterance prudence glrda. Hcaulltnl handa are thoae that ilo Work that la earneat anl brare and true, Moment by moment, the loDg day throagh. lleautlfnl foet are thoae that go On klndly mlntatrlea lo and f ro Down lowlleat waya, lt OchI wllla lt ao. Ite&uttfut (honldera are thoae that bear Ccaaelen burdena of bomely care Wlth patlent grace and dally prayer. Hcantlful llvea are those tbat blcaa Sllentrlveraof happlntas, Whoae hldden fountalna but few lnay gueaa. -lilttll'i LMng Agt. Mr. Johnson 011 tho liack Fcnco. " Confound those oata," ejaoulated Mr. Johnson, closing his book wit...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 27 February 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATB JOIjltNAL, WJfibNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1884. s Weekljr Nws Summary. Vermont. West Glovkii U to have a dally toall. West IUndoli'H ias n freo toftdlng-room. Albany haa juat recelved Ita flrat telophone. J. Estkv & Co. o( brattleboro hnve glven S2W to ttio weatern llood suCferers. A kkcknt llquot rald at Brattleboro dla cloaod lorty burrela of clder In ono cellar. A TWKNTY-roun l'otwi) plckerel waa tnken out of Lako Bomoseen on Saturday, tlip 9t.li. Tiir Richford Savlnga Uink nnd Truat Com pany haa doclated a dlvidend ot llve por ceut. llou'Aiti) & Lkavitt, Craftsbury raerchanta, bave lalled for 310,000 ; nointnal Hseett), 50,000. Barnard subsotlbcra to tlio Hlatory of Wlnd Bor County nronounce lt " a fullure aod a Iraud." Mna. jAMits C. Bauhrtt of Kutland fell on an lcy aldewalk, recently, brenklng both bonea of ono leg. A little Bon of Elmer A. Smally of Hyde Tark liad hla leg broken, last week Thursday, white coastlng. It Ia sald tbat niany farmer...

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. — 5 March 1884

fhe 7Y W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, MAllCII 5, 1S84. VOL. 79. NO. 21. Huichmm & $otmml WKDKKSIUY, MAKCU 5, 1881. Annoiiiicciucnt. Tho pubtlsher of Tiik Watciiman nnnounces that he haa purchnsed tho Green Mountatn Frceman and wlll tnerge tbat pnper In Tiik Watciiman. The purchaso embrnces the Frce man subscrlptlon llstand nrrenrngea, jobofllce, presses, typo nnd materlal. Tho Issue for tho current weok wlll be tho final nnmber of the Frceman. Ita Bubscrlbers wlll thereiilter bo anppllod wltli Tiik Vkumont Watciiman. Tho Qrccn Mountain Frceman was establlshed In 1814 by Josepli Poland, aa tho organ of the de veloping antl-Blavory sentlment ln tho state, and It w9 the volco through whlch the young libotty party apoke wlth bo much vlgor and potoncy that, tccelvlng acceaslona from the llborty-lovlng element ln each of the old partlea, lt flnally ttlumphed over both and led the way to the formatlon and tilnmph of the stnte rc pnbllcnn patty. The Freeman had a mlsslon. I...

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. — 5 March 1884

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOUHNAL, WEDNESDAY, MARCII 5, 1884. Qvicntttmil. T. II. IIOSKINB, NewDorl. Vt., Edltor. Tlio Connecticut Expcrltucnl Stntlou's Rcport for 1883. Thls iuvaluable report ie just at hand, in soason for tho farmors to study and ponder tho array of important facta and deductious bo clearly, though brlefly, pro sented in ita well-ordered pages. As our Vormont farmers cannot generally expeot to havo access to thla dooument, and as tho Bubjeot of fertillzsrs is one in which tho interest is visibly increasing, wo in tond to respond to tho call that has been mado upon us for a pretty full review of thia Connecticut report. Ferhaps euch a review may help to convinco our farmors that it would pay them woll to invest a fow annual thonsands, out of tho tens of thousands they are now eaving under our new system of taxation, upon an exporl ment station of thoir own. Thia firat of American agricultural ex periment atations began ita work in 1878. Ita work has been so use...

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. — 5 March 1884

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURiVAI,, WEDNESDAY, MARCU 5, 1884. 3 LITTIjK 1U2ADS IN TIIK l'KW. ln the morn of the holy Sabbath, I llke ln tho clmrcli to aco Tho dear little chlldren clua'.ored, Worahlplng thcte wlth me. I mn aure thnt tlio paator, Wlwwe worda are llke lumut Jr dow lt cheered as he gnrcs ovcr bear little licada ln tlie pew. Faccs eftrncHt and thoushlful, Innocent, grave and sweet, Tliey look ln tlie congiegatton Llke lllien among tlie wheat) And 1 thlnk that the tender Master, Wlione merclea are ever new, Haa n apeclal benedlctlon For dear little heada ln the paw. ' Clear ln tho hymna roaoundlng To tho orgn'a swelltng chord , Mlngle the freah young volcea, Kager to pralae Ihe Lord. And I truat that tlie rlalng anlhem Haa ft meanlng deep and truo, The thonght and the mnalo blendod, Kor the dear little heada ln the pew. When they hear, ' The Lord la my Shcpherd," Or " SnCter the babca to coaie,' ' They are glad that the loTlng Jcaus II as glvfn the lamba a home, A p...

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. — 5 March 1884

4: VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1884. fntchmm 0 $otminl. Trm-2.00 pet yoar, itrlcllr ln adranoei or 1.S0 If not paid wltliln three montha. WEDNESDAY, MAUUH 5. 1884. Sfrakinq o tho meeting of tho Ver mont republlcan Btato commlttoo to fix tho tlrao and place of the convention for ohoosing dolegatea to Cbicago, the Boston Journal says : " There is oonsiderable foel ing in favor of naming tho stato tioket at the eame time, and thu9 obviatlng the necessity of another convention in Juno." Tho Journal is tho foreign organ of tho Vermont politioal maohine. The " oon siderable feellng " in favor of holdlng tho atato nomlnating conventiona four montha beforo eleotion doea not seem to swell iu any boaom whoso heavinga are not me chanical. Free and natural respiration soems to be entirely oppoaed to transplant ing on Vermont aoil the obnozious meth oda by whioh New York and Pennaylvania fouryears ago sought to force a presiden tial nomination. The question who ehal...

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. — 5 March 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURIVAL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH i, 1884. 5 Curporatlon Taxes. The following tnble shows the rosultB o( tlie corporntlon tnx lnw (or the flrst year ol its operatlon, with tho excoptlon of fluch com pnnles, onnmerated below, na hnd nnt reported up to February 29 The detnlls of the snvlnga bank nnd trust company tnx aud of the forelgn InBiirance and somo of the othet smaller cor porntlons are omttted, ns they possess no spsclnl intetcst: BAILROADS. JuneJO. Deo. 31. Total. Atlantlo&8t.I,awronce... llennlneton A ltntland.... SI.44T.29 3,14 V7S S2.eil.lS 11.876 M (53.15 550.43 1,003.63 llurllngton A Lamoille Uoston, Hoosao lannel t Western Connecticut & l'assumpslc ltlvers Delawaro.tr Hndson Canal Company..... Mlsslsqnol Montpelier & Wells Hlver.. HU Johnsbury & Lake ChampUln Troy & Boston Vermont Valley Woodstock , Ronlh-Eastern Itrattleboro fe Whltehall.. Vermont .fc Massachusetts. 375.63 6,422.63 1.H36.03 377.29 851.56 2,064.45 415.44 1.W6.28...

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. — 5 March 1884

0 VERMONT WATCIIMAN fc SSTATJE JOLIIlNAIi, WEDNESDAY, MARCII 5, 1881. l'MJOK ANI l'll.VYKlt. . There wa'n't nny uo o' frcttlng, An' I tol.l Obadlnh ao, For ef we contdn't hold on Uilng, WeM JpM got to let 'em go. There wero lot of folks thatM sulter Along with tlie rest of , An It dldn't ecm to be worlh onr lille To make such a drtfils 1111. To be inre, Ibe tmrn wiw 'most cmpty, An coni an' pertatera sca'ce, An' not mnch of anyllilng plenty an' cheap llut water an' apple-.i". Ilnt then a I toM ObadUh It wa'u't any ue to gro.in, For flenli an blood couldn't tan' It; an' lie Wa noltilng but Ma an' bone, Dnt law I cf you'd only heerd lilm, At any liour of tbe nliiht, A-prayln' out In ttiat closet there, Twould have fet yon crazy qwlte. I patrhnl tlie kncei of lboe tronsers With clolli that was nowaya thlo, llut It seHmedaa ef the plecen wore out As fast as I set 'em ln. To me lie said mlRhty llttlo Of tlie tborny way we trod i llut atleaat a ilozen tltnes a day lie talke d U over with ...

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. — 5 March 1884

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOXJRNAL, WEDNESDAY, MAKCII 5, 1884. 7 THE MKSSKNOKK OF Z.OVK. 'Twaa a little iermon preacbcd to m lly a swcet, unconacloiw chlld A baby glrl, icArce four yeara old, Wlth blue eye aoft and mlld. lt harpened on a ratny day) I, acatcd In a car, Waa thlnklng, a I ncAted my homc, Of the contlnual Jar And rtlacord that irvade the alr Of buty clty life, Each cariog bnt for " numbf r one," felf-galn provoklng etrlfe. The gloomy wealher seemed to cat On every face a ebade, llut on one countenance were llnea By aorrow deeply lald. "Wlth low-bowed bead and handa claaped cloae, Bhe aat.no poor and old, Nor seemed to heed the ecornful glance From eyefl unklnd and cold I lookcd agaln. Oh, aweet lndeed, The slght that me t my eyea I Slttlng upon her mother'a lap, Wlth baby face to wiae, Wu a wee chlld wlth aunny curla, Jllne eyea and dlmpled chln, And a joung, pure and lovlog heart tfbitalned as yet by sln. Upon tbe woman poor and aad Uer eyea ln wonder fell, TU1 won...

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. — 5 March 1884

s VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1881. Wcekly Jinvs Suiiiiiinry. Vermont. Bknninotojj Is to lmve n Clilneno lnundry. Woodstock Is to have a muslcal Hesoclatlon. TitBRR wero no blrtha or deatha ln Kast Har nard ln 1883. Baiinam) haa boon h.ivlng Bucccssful dra matlc imttleg this wlnter. I'otatokh nro 80 low at Koy.ilton tbnt no one wlll buy tliem (or mntkot. Joiin Niciiols ot Brookfield kllled a nttlped snako on tlie gnuw recently. Danhv haa luid but fl(ton dlfferont town clerks ninco 1TGU, lncludlng tlie prenent ono. Somr beavy gnmbUDg tMuB.ictIorj8 ln Mid dlebury aro about to como to llght lu tlio courtti. Gk.nkilu, Baxtkh'b estate U to be BOttlod ln tlie Rutland probate court, hls wldow and gon being mlmlni.itriitorH. J. B. Allkv & Co. of Bethel are dolng n lmmimso biisliieas ln thelr tannery, tniylnt? out overS15,000a montli. Tiik MerclianU' natlonal bank of St. Johns bury contemplates Iticteiialng lta caviital atock from 8100,000 to 8500,000. Ohe d...

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. — 12 March 1884

MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNES DAY, MARCH 12, 1881. VOL,. 79. 1039. NO. 22. J3Y W. W. PRESCOTT. jgnfclmum & gjoumnl ' WEDNKSDAY, MAitCII 12, 1881. To Frccmnu Subscrlburs. AH stibscribers to the Freeman who had pald In advance for tliat paper wlll recelvo The Watchman for tlio remalndor of tlie tlmo pald for, wlthout futther olmrge. All who wero ln arrearg for the Frccman wlll settle thelr dues at thls offlce, as announced ln that papor last week. Currcnt Mcntlon. Tina ls tho month to got your dog llccnsod. A new counterfelt nlchol hag been detected. It ls a good imttatton, but has a leaden tlng. A new Independent republlcan papor ln Brat tleboro ls talked of again, and lt ls sald to have the support of a numbor of well-known men. Bbadfoud, Westminster, Westminster West, Whitingham and Jamaica are reportod to have adopted the town system of schools at the recent town meetlngs. It ls announced, apparently on nuthorlty, that B. B Smalley wlll not run as the demo cratlc candldate for gover...

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. — 12 March 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, TtfEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1884. Q T. II. IIOSKINS. Nowort, YU. Killtur. Any of our roaders who would llko a copy of tho Sevcnteonth Annual Cata logue and rrlec-list o tho agricultural oditor's Seed Farm and Nursery (1881) oan have ono gratis by sendtng his addresa to T. II. Hosklns, Newport, Vermont. We bave a number of communloations about Jilrs. L'zzie 13. Cotton, and moat of the writers clalra to bo " viotima." One senda us the following resolution, pasaed at a reoont meeting of the Maine Bee keepers' Assooiation: " llesolved, That the Maine Bae-keepers' Assooiation, hero asseinblod, denounce in the strongest ternis the transactiona and the teachings of Mrs. Lizzie E. Cotton of West Gorham, Maine, and warn all peraons from having any deallngs with aaid party." It roally looks aa though Mra. Cotton woro a " bad egg." BiioTiiisn Tinkiiam quotes our remarks on ensilago bntter, in which wo Baid that " all kinda of butter can be made from various kln...

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. — 12 March 1884

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1884. 3 A UOUIITINO HlCAllT. Where aro tho awallows flod ? Frozen and dead, l'ercliance, upon some bleak and stoay shore. Oh doubtlngheartl Far over purple aoafl, They w.tlt ln iimny eane The balmy noulhcrn brecze, To brlng tliem to thclr northorn home onco more. Why mnat the flowers dlo? rrlnoncd they Ho ln tho cold tomb, heedles of lears or raln, Oh donbtlng heart I They only nlcep below The Kof t white ermlne enow Wbllo wlnter wlnl shall blow To breathe and smlle upon you oon ngiln. Theeunhaahldlti rays These many dajBJ WIU dreary lior never leave the earth ? Oh donbtlng heattl The etonny clouds on lilgti Vell the eame sunny (ky, That Boon ((or sprlng is nlgh) Shall wake the summer Into golden mlcth. Fair hope Is dead, and llght Is qnenchcd Innlght) What nound can break the Bllence of despatr ? Ob doubtlng heart I The sky ls overcast, Tet stArs shall rlsa at last, Ilrlgbter (or darkness paat, And angels' sllvcr volces tl...

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. — 12 March 1884

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1884. 4: rntchmm & $otmnl. Txm-$3.00 per year, strlctly ln aWnco or IJ.50 If not pald wlthln threo monttas. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12. 1881. Tiie bill to extend the time for paying tho taxoa oa whiakey ln the bondod ware housos of tho govornmont, which was do feated at tho last seeslon of congresa after a long fight, haa beon ngatn defeated at tho present sesaion. Thla is a matter for congratulation. " Fkoflk seem to be contented with ' pretty good well euough,' 1 aa good as tho averago,' ' all that ia requlred ; ' and thoy are apt to shelter tbemaelves bohind ono orthoothor of theso phrasea, if you try to arouaothem tosomothitig bottor. Thia weaknesa, thia failuro to corao up to any thing moro than what ia merely pasaable, seoms to bo a want of courage, combined with a want of energy in platn langnage, a mixture of cowardice and laziness." Theso worda of William Everett are not ontirely inapplicable to tho view which somo o...

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. — 12 March 1884

VERMONT WATGHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1884. 5 Williamstown. NlTMnr.ii of blrths recorded In town last yoar, twenty-two: number of deatbs, thlrteen; num ber ol ronrrlnges, tlneo. AVk hoar that Wllllam 0. Pratt b!d off gomo of tlie best hnv at tlio C. Holloway Menill auctlon Bale, on Saturday lnst, for 50.25 per ton. Tiik town system of schoola had a sllght chlll hete on March 4th, but be nssured It w!U yet maich fotth to victory tbat, or Bomothlng better. " Afl a whole, tlio schools ln our town aver aged better for tbo last yoar than tho year bo foro," sald tho roport of our superintendent on Tueaday of last week. " Swbkt aro tho usea of advorslty," and ono lesson tliat a townsmaneayg liohas justlonmed ln slcknoss la that "poople are bottor, at heart, than he over know them before." We bavo aoine brnwny lada licro, nmong them Wlll Scbolleld, wbo geta S2S a month on n farni tbla year, and Frank JelTords, only bIx toen or sevontcon yoarg of age, wlio la to get $12...

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. — 12 March 1884

0 VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOUIINAI,, WEDNESDAY, MARCII 12, 1884. GOULI) WK HUT KNOWI We pnrely lore, and aeek wlth aorrlce aweet Some true reaponae to eam We glre, and glve, untll our hearta may brcak, And moct wtlti 110 return. 0 love, 0 allghtnl love, where doat tboa go? Could we but know Wo cntch ome noblo hopc, and tonderly We nniH lt day by day, Each on our nonla p yet weeplng we may ice It iilawly fade away. 0 hope, aweet, flatterlng liope, wliere doat tliou go? Could we but know I We bulld 00 p&tlently, wo toll for yeara, We are so glad and brave Tbe end, perchance, la fallnre, Ioaa and tears, And the low dreamlesa grave. 0 wasted labor, 1 lt even ao? Wberedldltgo? Wbere do thoy go to, our neglectod prayeri, Our aweet, valn dteama and alma, Our patlent, allghled love, our thoughtful carea, I.ont labora and lost gilt a ? And are tbey lost lndeed 7 Or la lt we Who fall to see? Wbere goea tbe perfume of the musksweet roae, The robin'i hsppy aong, The murmur of the rlve...

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