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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 12 March 1884

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURtfAL, WEDNESDAY, MARCII 12, 1884. 7 TUE ItAHY'S 1'ltAVKK. Bhe Itnelt wlth lier aweet handa folilott, ller fair llttlo head bowed low, Whlle dead tIdo j Upped at the wlndow And tlie alr m thlck wlth anow. Without, carlh durab wlth wlnter) Withln, heart durab wlth carej Ant itpi through the leaden sllence, Rwe aoftly the Inby'a priyer. lllona all whom I love, dear Fnther, Aml liolp me be good," the t aid. Tlien, aurred by ft mdden fancy, Bhe llttonl the ahlnlng head. Dld the catch on the frozen maple Some hlnt of the Aprll green, Oc the breath of ths woodland blosaoun, The drlfts ot ttij snow between 7 Thebesutlful treen," the whUperod, " Where the orlole utod to altig, They aro tired of the cold, white wlnter, Oh, help thom to grow In tprlngl And the flowera that I loved to gather, Lord, bring thein agaln In Jtay The dear little vloleta, tleeplng Down deep In the gronml to-day." Ahl earth may be chlll wltb anow-flakea, And hearta rmjr be co'd wlth cu...

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. — 12 March 1884

8 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESJDAY, MARCH 12, 1884. Wccbly Npwh Siiinmnry. Vermont Middlbihjhv votcd 835 to belp tlie veternns ceiebrate Memorlal day. Mkyeii, tlie gunposod murdotcr, was takon to Windsor last Wednesday. Tnn wages that wlll be pald fatm labororg In Rutland eauuty thts seaaon wlll avcrago from $25 to $30 a raonth. A jian ln Newport owns a cat wIiobo dlct conslsts excluslvely o raw oypters nnd choese, all otnor looa ueing aecuned. A iPiniTUALisT convontlon wlll bo hold nt Junctlon botiao hn.ll, Kasex Jnnctlon, Frlday, Saturday and Sunday, March 21, 22 and 23. In tlie Unltod States court at Burlington Willlam J, Limbert, the mall robber, was sen tonccd to one year In the liouse o( corrcctlon. It Is gald that Goorge Jonea, publlslier o( tlie New York Timet, la to bulld n country liousotn hls natlve town ot Poultney the presont soasoti, St. Joiinshuky voted $100 for Memorlal day, and S100 to move the body of Lemuel Jen kins, n revolntlonary aoldler, and bu...

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. — 19 March 1884

7SY W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1884. VOIi. 79. 4040. NO. 23. gnhhmnn & $oumnl. WKDNESDAY, MARCII 10, 1831. Cnrrcnt Mcntlon. Uehkaftek postal notea wlll be prlnted on bltio tlntod paper, instead of tho yellow now ueod. Tna f enato haa passed the Fltz-John Porter blll. Senntora Edrnunda and Morrlll voted agalnst it. The dlrectoraof tlie White Rlver Agrlcul taral eoclety at Bothol liavo voted to ho!d their nezt nnnual fair nt Bethel, Septeuibec 3, 4 and 5. A heoimental badge hna been devlaed by Colonel Greenleaf for tho flrst roglment, nnd wlll probably be adopted by all tho compnnles and the staff. The attentlon of prlntere, and othora Inter eited, U called to tho ndvortlaemont of prlnt Ing raaterlal for sale, whlch wlll be found on our second page. Tns Messenger thlnka " Bennington Beema to be havlng hard luck lately." St. Albans la In n good situation to sympathlzo wlth any com mnnity ln such a condltlon, Tiie Watchman deslrea to make lta acknowl edgem...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 19 March 1884

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURlVAt,, WEDXESDAY, MARCII 19, 1884. T. II. IIOSKINS, Newport, Vt., Kdltor. Wk still continuo to recelvo lotters and oarda about Mrs. Cotton, but, strangely onough, tliough oalllng them solres " viotiras," not ono individual haa yot stated just exactly how he has been wronged, or what offdnae Mrs. Cotton has committed. Ono of thom seetns to think she standa Belf-convicted by advialng to feed becs with sugar syrup, wlth the pur poao of haviug it stored in tho bozea aud sold aa honey. We think ourself that " feeding back " extractod honey would be better, not to say inoro honest ; yot, fluch advice is by no means confined to Mrs. Cottou's book. If any correspondent knows of acts of mauifeat dishonesty by Mrs. Cotton in her dealinga with her cua totnera, wo would be glad to have lilm stato them. Nobody is obliged to tako her mere advice in a rnatter like feeding tho bees. Still, tlio condemnation of the Maine Bee-keepers' Aasociatiou (although that dcea n...

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. — 19 March 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUJKNAI,, WEDNESDAY, MARCII 19, 1881. 3 For tbe Vetmont Watchinan, T1IK TKSTIMONY. III MRS, I. M t. I1KNBY, Show me the hldlng of thy power, My OoJ. I long lo know Myaelf lf Ihou art sllll the aame Aaccnturlea ago. " Tliou haat my plrll-he la power i I sent hlm unto thee, ' To carry to thy aecret aoul A connclousnesa of me," Truth, Lord but Uko thy promlaos And prove them, one by one, That 1 may know that when I ak Itihall bo aurely done. " Tliou haat iny wor.l my word ls trutli 1 Igaveltunto thcej And as thy falth, when thou doat ak, 80 ahall the niwet be." llnt prove lt, Lord-howcan I know Theae promlea are thlne? llow can I know that they were gtven To reach need llke mlne? "0 falthleaahetrtl ObllndtoBce, And dull to underetand t Wouldi't tliou belteve lf I ahould reach And touch thce wllh 1117 liand? 'My pcorle proved me at tho rock; They proved ie at the aea j They aaw my worka, they heard my volce, They tcatlfyof me. Tlie Tcattniony etanda to-day,...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 19 March 1884

4 VERMONT WATCHMAN Ss STATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, MARCII 19, 1884. Tam-J2.00 pet year, itrtctly In advancei or $1.M lf not tald wlthln throe inonths, WEDNK8DAY, MAHCH 10, 1884. Ilcpubllcan Stnlo Convcntlon. A Kepubllcan Stnto Convontlon wlll bo held at Montpelier, Wodnesday, April 30th, 1881, at ten o'clook a. m , for tlio purpose of oiectlng fonr dolegates-at-large nnd four nlternates to attend tlio Uepubllcan Natlonal Convontlon to l)e held nt Chlcago, III., on Tucaday, Juno 3rd, 1881, and transactlng any other buslness thnt may ptopotly comobeforo It. The commlttoe would, In tlio words o( tlio Natlonal commlttoe, Invlto all clectors ln Ver mont " wltbout regnrd to past polltlcal dlffor onces, who are In favor of olevatlng nud dlgnl f ylng Amotlcan labor, protectlug nnd extend Ing homo lndustries, glvlng free popalar edu catlon to the mtsses of the poople, BOcurlngfreo suffrago nnd nn honest counting of bnltots, of lectunlly protecting all buman rlghts In every BOctlon o( our commo...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 19 March 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1884. 5 Foity-ElgliUi Congrcss. Tuesday, March 11 The Bonftto, by a voto o forty-ono to twenty, ratlfled the Mexlcan treaty, and non-concurrod la tho house nmend ments to tho mllltary ncndemy npproprlatlon blll.... In tho houso, Mr. Morrlaon, chalrmnn of tho wnya nnd meana commlttee. submltted hls revisod tnriff blll, accompanled by a re port. A mlnorlty topott waa gubmltted by Mr. McKinley. In commlttoo of tho wholo, tho fiost-ofllco npproprlatlon blll waa dlscuBsed at ength, but witliout rfnchlng a voto. Wkdnksday, Marcli 12 A Jolnt rogolutlon was Introduccd In the Benato provldlng f ora con stltutionalamondmont maklng the presldentlal term bIx yeara. Tho houso pleuro-pnoumonla blll was consldered. The debate on the blll for the rellef of Fltz-John Porter was opened, remarks being mado by Messrs. Sewoll and Wllson. tho formor ln favor nnd tho latter ln opposltion to the raoasure....Tlio entlroses slon of tho house was dev...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 19 March 1884

0 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAJu, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1884. " NII UKSI'KBANHOM." Tbero'e never a day ao aunny llnt a little cloud appeara There'a never a llfe o happy llut haa Ita llme ot teara. Yet tlie aun ahlnea ont the brlgbter Wlienever the tempeat clean. Tliere la never A garden growlng Wllh roaea In overy lot 1 There'a never a heart ao liardened llnt II lian one tender epot We havo onljr to pruno tlie border To flnd tlie fotget-me-not. There'a never a aun tliat rlaee llut we know 'IwIU aet at nlgliti The llnta that gleam In the morning At evenlng are Juat nabrlght) And tlie hour that la the aweeteet la between tho dark and llght. There'a never a dream ao happy llut the waklng makea ua ead There'a never a dream of aorrow llntthe waklng makea ue glad We ahall look aome day wltb wonder At tbe troubteawe have had. Seltcted. Iclinbod's Mlsslon. "Crookedl Crooked I Urookedl" rang ont the sharp, peculiar, disBonant voice, and tho tall, thin figure in seedy garments and flapp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 19 March 1884

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1881. 7 Hotv Jobnulo Enrncil llis Skntcs. I want to make five " Say, prandpa dollara." " Five dollars I Isn't tbat a good deal of money for a emall boy V" askod hia grandfatber, laughing. " Well, you see, I will want a pair of skatea thia wintor. Papa bought mo a pair laat fall, and l'vo outgrown 'om, and hB Baya that I grow eo outragooualy tbat 111 havo to pay for my owa skatea ( It la a8 mnch aa he can do to keep mo in clothes," replied Johnnle, aoberly. " Well, ian't fivo dollars a blg prlco for fikatea V " pursued bia grandfathor. " Ob, I want good ekates, bosldea it is aa easy to Bay I want five dollars as four, and if I try for five I may get over three j while if I only tried for tho prico of my skates, I mighn't get quite enough," aaid Johnnie. Jolmnie Price was a New York boy, spending the eummer and fall on bia grandfather's farm down on tho east end of Lotig Island. He was a quiet, thought ful boy, and though on...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 19 March 1884

8 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1884. Wcrkly Ntiws Summarr. Vermont. A nkw town house 1s to b bullt at West Itutland, nt an oxpenso of 310,000. A handsomr new chapel haa been unlahed In the tliltd story of. tho lnsane aaylum. A man 1q Jay recelvea 82 75 per weok Irom tho town for taklng caro ot hla own f ather. Thk town of Chester la to havo a S2.0CO aol diera' monumont. Tho gum was npproprlatod st the nnnunl raoetlng, Thbiik nro only flve largor rollor skatlng rlnka ln tho Unlted States than tho one the Itutland club propoao to etcct, " U. A. W." wiUTiw tho t'rce 1'rcss thnt ho wlll bo ono of forty to Rlve 810,000 for a soldlers' monumont at burlington. The Howe Scalo Comp.iny haa of late re celved an order from Mexlco for eoveu hundred poat-ofllce ecales tnetrlo gtandard. Mitchbll Lovkllettk, whlle loadlnR loga ln the wooda at Klchtord, wag caughtnnd rolled over between the loga, breaklng hia plno. He has elnce dled, Tiik tnwn of Castleton voted to otf...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 26 March 1884

MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1884. VOIi. 79. 4041. NO. 24. 75Y W. W. PRESCOTT. .. . . it.- ..4.II. !.- A I.. lUCltmilU W gjUUrUiU. neat and expedltioualn tho work." At a Blierlu salo m oiontroai, msi wee, Montpelier. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1881. Fiist Dny I'roclnmntion. HV TI1B OOVKHNOlt. ln oonformlty wlth tho wlse nnd plous cus tom of our fathors, now rocognlzed upon out Btatute book, I bereby appoint Fiuday, tuk KLRVBNTH PAY OF Al'ltlL, NEXT, B8 a day of fnatlng and prayor. It belng our hlghest duty, as indlvlduals and ag a state, rovetontly to re momber and obey tho revealed wlll ol our Cre ator.whoao raerclosare "nowcvory mornlng," let U9 on Uiat day turn auldo Irom ourBecular carea. and ln our places of worahlp, and ln our homea, unltedly humblo ouraelvOB befoie the face of Almlghty God, and, wlth ponitonce for past off ensoa, beseech of hlm a contlnuanco of hla goodnoas and lovlng ltlndnoaa to us and to all men. Glven under my hand and theseal of tho stato, at Shelburn...

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. — 26 March 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAL,, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2G, 1884. 2 T. H. HOBKINS, Newnort, Vt., Kdltor. A Mlnlstor on Fertilizers. " Mr. Editor :l have noUoed in your articloa forraulaa for making phoaphates, as good aa Bradley's, at 820 por ton. Now moat o us have boon hunibugged a good many Umes. What wo want is tho thing iteelf. If it can be dono, tho persons to do it aro the ones who have faith in it. Most farmers aro not experinionters. What I want, and most o us want, is that you, or Bomobody elso, mako a phosphate as good as Bradley's at $30, or even 535 per ton, and we will bny it of you by the thonsand tons. Ilero is a ohanco for somo shrewd Yankee to mako a fortune. I do not believe tho farmers aro fools. They use good phosphates becanse they pay. If, now, any one will givo as good for less money, he will get the trado. What we need is not formulas, but the thing. We can soon find out whether it is as good as others or not. Dr. Cntting cau do no such service to the stato...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 26 March 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MARCIX 20, 1884. 3 TVIiy Itov. Thcoplillua Ilybrow Did Not ltcslirn. " Il'a o no use," said Kev. Theophllua Ilybrow, as ho sat in his study on Friday morning, with his half.finished sornion lying baforo him. "It's o no use. I must soek another and tnore congcnial field. My pooplo are kiud and good in their way, but they do not apprcointo mc Sorao otlier man who has not my llterary taates and intellectual ablllty wlll bo cou tented and useful bero, and I, no doubt, can find a moro oulturcd and thoughtful commuulty, wbere my best efforts will not be thrown away." " Yea," ho continuod, "on Sunday I will read my letter of resignatlon, and on Monday I will writo to my friend James, and aak him to put an item in tho paper. Let me see, what reason shall I assign for making tbe ohangeV The health of my family will hardly do, as wife and ohildren wero never so well. And, as for myeolf, I have nothing to com plain of in tbat lino, althongb, per...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 26 March 1884

4 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1884. Tmhi $1.00 per yer, trlctly In adrance) or U.SO lf not paid withln three monllu, WEDNESDAY, MAltCII 20, 1884. The judlclary committee of tho aenate his roporled favorably on the memorlal niking for the collcotion of marrlago and dlvorce Btatistios ; and Sonator Garland, frotn the committeo, has introduced a bill providing for the collcotion, by tho buroau of statlstlcs in tho treaaury de partmont, of " tho statistics of, and rolat ing to, marriage and divorce in the several Btates and territoriea and tho Dlstrict of Columbia." The committee of the houae of representativea havo agroed, we learn, to report the samo. Somk of the state papers have beon making catechistio suggostions relating to the temperanoe rocord of propoaed caudi dates for governor. This mattor has been given conaiderablo prominence during the paat week. Intimationa, whioh have in some inatanoea aaaumed theahapeof quite poaitive declarationa, havo b...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 26 March 1884

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2G, 1884. Is ho less n patrlot than the scnator, and wlll hn rnftiaA If thnn r.nlled bv tho reiiresentatlvoa ol tho peoplo In conveutlon nBsombled? I do not believo lt. ao 1 Bny, ns oumner bmu, " Stlck." FllRRMAN. qvkkirb. Mr. Edilor: The Argut Is a most blttor opponent of the prohlbltory lnw, nnd thcro ls no slnnder In pronounclng it tho chnmplon of tho rum Interost ln Vermont. Moreover, lt nnnlrnn ln lin tlin nrtran of the Contrnl Votmont rallrnnrt. Tlnvn these lcanlnes nnvtblng to dn wlth its hoomlng Dr. Nlchola lor governor? Do tho repnbllcnna of tho Blato want to take thelt candldatea nnd tholr polltloal nourlsbmont from the foul spoon ol tlie AriJiitr Youmi RnrunLiCAN, Northfield. Lrwis 0. Wood, an old and respected rosl- dent of thla town. dled Saturday nnd wns bntled on Monday. That sprlng has como la nn nndenlable fact, becanae tho boys, old and young, havo been plnylng mnrbleg nnd pltchlng pennies on tho wnfk In front...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 26 March 1884

( VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, MAKCH 20, 1884. 1112 CUUIlOIIYAltD UI TIIK S1!A. Across the wante of years I see One spot forover soft and green, Which, nhrlned wlthin my memory, In evenlng gtow or mornlng iheen, Tellii of the golden, vanlthed years, When smllcs came of tencr far tban tearf . A churchyard by the rcatlen aoa, Wbere, 1 n deep cnlm and drcamlcxa sleep The dcad lay restlng peacef itlly, Unheedlng the tcmpoilnous deep Carelon allke of sun and breese, Or ebblng of thoae cbangeful seiw. And oft when shlpwreck and dmpalr Came to tbe little nca-boat town, Tale woinen, wlth dloheveled lialr, To the wlld shore wont hurrylng down, And tenderly dead eyes would clone, And smooth dead llmba for long reposc. Fnll rnany a weary, storm-tossed wlght, Year after year, ln qnlet was latd, Bafe from the blusterlug stormt of nlght, In llils green spot, and undlnmayed, Blept cIojo beslde the breakers' roar, Whoee wrath ahould mar bla reat no more. And over each low-sleep...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 26 March 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAL, WEDNESDAY, MARCII 20, 1884. 7 4n MMrn. BLUAIKKK HONG. 0b, awoct be thy alunibera, my baby, AVItli cuttalr.1 cloae drawn, ahall thlne eyea Henew all thclr beauty and brtghtneaa In gazlng on Dreamland'a fair aklca. Blcep long, tlU the roblne awake tbce Thy llpn In their amllea ahall dlacloao The hue which they pllferod wlth klaaea From tlie beatt of a roj Dreamland roee. Ob, aleep, and thy breath ahall bo ladcn Wlth tbe perf ume which aweetcna oach aup, Aa tbon drlnkcat the watera of Dreamland From the brlm of a pnre Ulycup. Thon aweet be thy alumbera, my darllog, TlU the gltd mornlng aun ahall arlae, And I read tho aweet eecreta of Dreamland In the llgbt of thy merry tirown eyea. Sttuted. Httlo Workers. In tho orowd of ladios and gentlemen who wero watching tho laying of the railroad traok over which our wounded Eresident was to bo borno to hia cottage y tho sea, stood a little boy. As he watched the work go on, tho deaire woko in his heart to d...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 26 March 1884

Vermont watchman & state jouiinal, weonesday, march 20, 1884. 8 Wceltly Nevrs Sntnmnry. Vermont. A law and order leagus Ia to bo formod ln Burlington, Thk unlvorslty gloo club han fcono on a con cert tour througli northorn Now Yotk. It Is clnlmed thnt over ono hundted foxea have been kllled ln Iilchfotd thls wlntor. F. II. Haco.s of Waltham has sold hls Span Ih Motlno ram lamb, "Klng Fortuno, to Malne partles for SBOO. Thr rcnulslto number o( sntocrluers have boen obtalned to wartant the putting ln o( tlie Bradford telepkone oiclmngo. Eloi'kmknts are reported from Vergennes nnd Ripton. In eacli case tlio eloper was a woraan, and In one a colored nfllnlty figures. Tiik docket for the June term of tlio Addison connty court contalns nlnety-nlne court and elxteen chancery caaes. The torm beglns June 2. Tiik town of Baltimore han ono pauper. Ho costs every freeinan twelve dollars per annum, nnd the aggregate Isn't a very largo sura then. Wkbtpoiid has votod to annually observe May lt...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 2 April 1884

7t$Y W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 2, lSSd. VOIi. 79. 1012. NO. 25. hhhmim 0 jflotmml WEDNESDAY, AP1UL 2, 1681. Ilcpubilcnn DMrict ConTontlon. A republican conventlon for the Second Con gresslonal Ulatrlct ol Vermont wlll bo lield at Montpelier on Tuesday, Aprll 29, 1884, at half-past ono o'clock, r. ji., for the purpose ol elcctlug two delegates and two alternatea to attond the republican natlonal convontlon at Chlcago, 111., on Tueaday, Juno 3, 1884, and for tho transactlon o( such othor buslness as may proporly como beforo sald convontlon. Town wlll bo represonted ln said conventlon by thelr delegates, chosen upon n bnsls of ono delegato from each town, and an nddltlonal delegato for e.ich ono hundred votea or fractlon of ono hundred votcs over lHty east for tho repnbll can candtdate for governor at the state electlon of 1880. 1'arsnant to a vote of the last conven tlon held In thls dlatrtct, the commlttce dlrects that the delegates of tho several towns be ch...

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

2 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURiXAIi, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1884. T. II. UOSKINS, Newport. Vt., Killlor. " Hlack Gnats." If anybody wouders what those " black gnats " woro, that aro said to klll plum treos in Mr. Keop's re port on Mooers' Arctlo Plum (March 10), wo will explain that " black gnat " is tho proof-reader's correctlon of our ignorance in. writlng " black knot." Piura-growers probably saw through this " corrootlon " at once, but othora, no donbt, thought Brother Keop had got hold of a new "in eeot injarioua to vegetatioti." It costa a little moro to got fancy fowla than the common, but the pleaaure de rlved from hnving a pen of nlce fowla, all of tho same abape and color, will many times pay for the extra outlay. If parenta would give their boya a pen of fowla to lake caro of, letting them havo a part of a1! tho j?rofit from tbom, they would fl ld it money well inveated, as they would spend their leisuro timo looking af ter the hena and chickena, rathor than lounging at...

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