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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 2 April 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURiVAL,, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1884. LIltEltTY KNLTOHTHNINC1 TIIK WOM.D. Erect the atatue vaat and U1I, Ibe torcli of treedom In lu hand, Upon tlie Island pedeatal, At the broAd gateway of the land; To flamo npon the ahore and aeA, The white llght of awcet Uberty I And then may beaven reflect Ita glow To all the world from lone to lone; Then natlona'near and fai wlll know Thnt Jnatlce tlta upon the throne, Where freedom rulee wlth love and llght And Ood, our Klng, defenda the llght. May the oppresaed ln landa afar 8ee tlie bright algnal of the free; And know that theyhave aeen the iitar That ahlnca for all f roin aea to aea. And that the banner here unf urled Whlapera of progreaa to the world. France and her gallant LAfayette We'll honor, wlth a gratefnl glow, When'er we aee the coronet Of llght upon the flgure'e brow. The heroea of the fl ig of flame, Led on to llberty and fame. From taperlng maata of allen ahlps That aall acroas our harbor bara, Tbe (l...

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. — 2 April 1884

4 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAIi, WEDNESDAY, APRIL , 1884. ntchmmi & $otmnl Tiems $1.00 per jer, itrletlj In admicei or J2.M lf not ta1d wlttaln tbree monthi. WEDNESDAY, Al'HIL 2, 1884. Thk llatland llerald very appreola tivoly reviows Judge Poland's oflioial ca reor and hia rccord in tho present con gross. Vormont'a delegation, thougli fow in number, ia greator in famo nnd uee falnosa thau that of somo of the largeat states. The riot in Cinolnnati is ono of tbe aatoundiug eventa of tho day. Tho read ers of Diokena, perusing the aeconnt, in stinotively revettto scenoa in tho " Talo of Two Citiea," and to tho ozoessea durlng tho Gordon riots in"Barnaby Itudge." That suoh an outbreak could ocour so suddenly in an American city celebrated for itspublio institutiona, for theliberality and intolligenco of its citizens, for ita muaic, ita schoola and librarioa and all hunianizing agenoiea, ia an appalling de velopment of the condition of soclety. The oall for a ropublioan oonv...

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. — 2 April 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN" & STATE JOURtfAI., WEDXESDAY, APRIL 2, 1884. Northfield. Tnn Mothmllsts have b new sugar soclabte at thelr veetry thls( Wednesday) evenlng. Rev, J. 0. SiiunnunNK exchnnged last Sun day wlth Rev. George Smltli of Plainfield Five of tlio young mlssea of tlie Good Temp lar'g lodgo wlll glve n play Frlday evenlng. Tiir gprlng vacatlon of Lowis college began last Wednesday and contlnuos through thls woek. Tmsmllltla company Is rehearelng tha war dtama, " Virglnla Veterans," and wlll present It In a few weekg. Tiik Congregatlonallsts wlll hold tlielr gocla blothls (Wednesday) evenlng wlth Mr. Wllllam Ilolden and new gngar wlll be furnlshed. Tiik Oood Templara of thls vlllage celehrate tlio eleventh annlvorsary of the Inatltutlon of thelr lodge next Monday ovenlng. A hletorl cal addresg wlll bo glven by Ftank Plumley, Esq,, a poera by Dr. Gllbeit, recltatlons, muslc, nnd a short temperanco drama, ontltled "Tlie Tempter." Thero wlll be no admlsslon fee and tlio publlo ...

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. — 2 April 1884

6 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1884. V1SNI BANOTK Sl'IKITUS. lloly Splrlt, come, we pray, Come from he&ven and ibed the ray Of tby llght dlvlne. Come, thou Father of llie poor, Qlve from a bouodlets itore) Llght of hearts, O shtne I MalchleM Comforter In woe, Bwoetest guent the bouI can know, Llvlng waters blcst I When we weep, our solace eweet) Coolett shade In tunimer beatl ln our labor, resl. lloly and most bleased llght, Make our inrnost iplrlts brlght Wlth thy radlance mlld; For wlthout thy Bacred powers Nolhtng can we own of oura, Nolhlng undeflled. What la arld, freah bedewj What is nordld, cleane anewj ltalm on tbe woanded pour. Wliat la rlgld, gently bendj On what la cold thy fervor eendj What has etrayed, rcstore. To tblne own In every place Glre the aacred, aeven-fold gracc Olve thy falthful this. Olve to vlrture Ita reward, Safe and peaceful end afford; Olve eternal bllss. -Itobert II., the Plut, M-VK. The Dcncon's Sittlng'Itoom. One col...

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. — 2 April 1884

VERMONT WATCIIiYTAN & ST VTE JOURNAL, WEDXESDAY, APRIL 2, 1884. Sa1 &hildMt. A SIIOltT FKKMON. Children wlio read my lay, This mnch t have to y l Each day, and every day, I)o what Is rtgtit ltlght thlngs In great and small Then, though the Pky should fall, 8nn, moon, and stars and all, You shall liave llglit, This f ntther would I say I o you teinpted as you may, Each day, and every day, RpeAk what l true True thlngs In great and small) Then, though the sky should fall, Sun, mooti, and stars nnd all, Ilcaven wonld thow llirougli. Flgs, a you see and know, I)o not ont ot thlstles growi And though the blossoms blow, While on the tree, Qrape neyer, never yet On the llmbs of thorns were et So If you a good would get, Oood you must be. Llfe Journey through and through, Kpeaklng what U juat and trno, Dolng what U rlght to do Unto one and all, When you work and when you play, Kach day, and every day, Tlien poace shall glld yonr way, Though the sky should fall. AUce Cary. How tlio R...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 2 April 1884

8 VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOUJRNAI,, WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 2, 1881. A Jlelgn or Tcrror. Clnclnrmtl linB been the econe of a vlolont rlotous ontbrenk, ln whlch matiy llves have befca pftcrlflced.Hnd to quell whlch tlie entlro state rallitla waa called out. The immedlate causo of these bloodv demonstratlons ls thns Rlvcn: Ono Wllllnm Ilorner had been ttled for a dastardly rourder. Alter contesslni? the crime, and ln tlio face of the jud(?e'g chatRe, ho waa found gullty of manslauphter only, by a jury whlch lt wag plaln had boen brlbed to briuglDBiich a verdlct. n connoctlon wlth otlier gimllar faltuteg of justlco ln the Clncln natl courta thla verdlct produccd lntense poa lar oxcltomcnt. Borner waa qulotly brorjght before Judge Matthews FH1DAY ArTBHNOON and sentenced to tho penitentlary for twenty years, the full limlt of the law. Ten thousand persons gtthered at Muslc hall ln response to a call by repulable cltlzena to take action on tlie Bernor verdlct. Many could not get InBlde th...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 9 April 1884

hnum JrJY W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, APRII. 9, 1884. VOE. 79. 4043. NO. 26. tjgntchmnn S $ouriml. WEDNESDAY, Al'IltL 0, 1881. Cnrrcnt Mcntlon. Hanq n llght narrow bonid on the top strand of barbed wlro fonco to warn off the colts. A new postal card wlll shortly be issued. It wlll bo smaller, ot bettor raaterlal, moro beau tlful In deslgn and of a blulsh tlnt. Tiib states of Colorado, Delawaro, Florlda, Nevada, Oregon, Rhode Island, and Vermont have leas tban ono-hnlf the populatlon of Illluols, but have the sarao nuraber ot roprosen tatlvea In congress twenty-two. MEBSENOKn: "The Calcdonian nomlnates the edltor of the Newport Erpress for secretary of stato. The Newport Etpress shoald now nomlnate the edltor of the Calcdonian for some thing, then ' honors ' wlll be tolerably easy." Refohmek: "Frederlck Billlngs of Wood stock, B. F. Flfield of Montpelier nnd B. D. Harrls of Brattleboro as thlnga look now are protty certaln to represent ' tbls s!do of the moantaln' ln ...

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

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1884. 2 T. II. HOSKINS, Newport. Vt., Kdltor. The Bi.uk ConN of tiik Inmans. Dr. E. Lwia Sturtovarrt, o tho New York Agrioulturftl Experiment Station, writea to U8 to enquiro whether the bluo varioty of oorn, whloh used to bo raised by the New England Indians, is still in oxist ence, and whether ho can procuro tho Bcod. I any o our readers can glvo any itiformation on this subjeot, will they let U3 know V L'orhaps eomo of the Canadian Indians may have presorved this varioty. PniNTEits' Eitnons. Whon tho writer complalns of the priutor, tho printer usu ally has no ohanoe to " tiik back " in print, but, like tho painted owl aold to the Irishman for n parrot, ho " keeps up a d lof athinking;" and what ho usu ally thinks ls that the writer is a mlghty poor writer, chirographically considered. (That big word is put in just to amuse tho printer.) Whoever was to be blamed about it, we wish to state that in our cora ments on the Rev...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 9 April 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUJRNAL, WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 9, 1884. 3 SONO. As blrda soar hlgh lu tho charmed sky, And far (rom cattli cxultlng fly, My love to you, Which Is old and new, Wlngs away througli the gray and blue 0( wlntry sklcs belwccn ua two. ltolh new and old In thU love 1 fold Deep and safo itway (rom the cold. Not old, you say I Dear heart, each day, Thongli sklcs bo blue, tliough sklcs be gray, Older U grows, yet new alway, Laura JI, Marquand, In llarptr'l ilagatint. Tho Canin Chnir. IN TWO l'AHTS 1'AUT Ilt Aftor Annie had passed the corupli inonta o tho eveniug, Mrs. Pago aaid, 'Now, Annie, what do you think the major said when he saw you coming?" 11 Ipreaumo he said ' thero comes another beggar;' for thero aro mauy around to night." "No, Annie, but 1 i we had Bnch a child as Annie Ilillyer, I would be the happiest man livitig.' " " I don't seo very well, major, how that can be brougbt about, since you havo do sons, but yet you can givo me somolhing, if I cannot be ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 9 April 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 0, 1884. 4 fntchmm & $otmnl TxxMa $2.00 per year, strlctl ln KdTftncei or J2.M lf oot tn!l wllhin thrM raontba. WEDNESDAY, AP1UL 0, 188-1. Wk regrot that any should hftvo construed an exprcsaion uaodlaat week in our article, " Walting for tho Faots," as a reflection npon tho ordorof Good Templars, or upon tho conatatenoy of any ofnolal conneoted thorowith. Wo do not bolievo that tho faots would warrant any auoh reflection, and it ia not our hablt, and certainly waa not onr purpoao in this caae, to convey an impreasion not in accordanco with tho truth in tho caao. It ia worthy of noto that ovor $10,000 of tho total of proteated taxo8 i8 by four of tho slx truat companiea tho other two not protostiug ovon againat paying tho extra half whioh thoy aro taxod abovo savlngs banka. No foreign inauranco company, fire or life, proteated. Theso foreigners aeem to have learned at homo that a etate haa aome right of taxation in tho caae...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 9 April 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN- & STATE JOURINTAL, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 0, 1884. 5 Barre. Nortlillcld. J. 0. Davis loaves the 23d Instant for Her- North Montpelier. Wllllamslown. Waterbury. Wb regret to rtay that the loctnto of Kev. T. T. Frost, provlonsly annonnced In tlicse Itoms, has wlth reluctance boen lndeflnltely postponed by roason of the prcaaing ongagementa of Mr. Frost. TnraiK waa a unlon temperance meettng nt the Congregatlonal church Sunday evenlng. Ile mAtkB were made by Kov. S. II. Whoeler and a splrlted addrosa waa delivercd by Uev. W. J. Johnson. Joiin Dalkv carne down (rom Montpelier Monday aftemoon helplesaly drunk. Ilo wns not ntrosted, nnd some people thlnk there Ia partlallty ahown ln this matter of arrostlng In toxicatcd persons. TimitB wlll Vio a donatlon at tho houao of 0. K. AVyman Ftiday evenlng for tho beneflt of Rev. V. J. Johnson, paator of the Mothodlat Boclety, whoae thiee yoara' mlnlatry nt thla placo closes thla sptlng. Tmt town commltteo haa called the caucus fo...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 9 April 1884

0 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 9, 1884. III! MOADKTH MK. In pMtnren green 7 Not alwajaj someUmca he, Who knoweth beat, In klndnms Ieadelh me In weary waja, wbere heavy ahadowa be. Oot of tlie auuahlne watin, and ooft, and brlght, Ont of tbe aunahlne lnto darkeat nlshti I oft would falnt with aorrow and ttclght. Onljr for tbla I know be bolda my band, 8a whether ln green or deaert land I tru8l, altbougb I may not undeiatand. And bj atlll watcra? No, not alwaja oj 01 ttlmea tbe beavy tempeata round me blow, And o'er my eoul tbe wavea and blllowa go. But when tbe atorm beata loudeat, and I cry Aloud (or belp, tbe Maater atandctb by, And whUpera to my aonl, " Lo, lt U I." Above tbe tempcat wlld I bear lilm aay,. " Bejond tbla darkneaa lles tbe perfect day, In every path of thlne I load tbe way." 8o, wbetber on tbe blll-toim hlgb and fair I dwell, or In tbe aunleaa valleya, where Tbe abadowa lle what matter7 lle la tbere. And more tban tblat where'er tbe pathw...

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. — 9 April 1884

VERMONT WATOIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL,' WEDNESDAY, APRIL 0, 1884. 7 "Ile Will LIto If Ton Don't Glvo Hlm Up." " It'a no uso working over hlm, ho's dy ing now," a wonndod Boldier henrd by ptaudors say of himself as ho was brought ia from battlo. And thoro wero other rords : " No I he'a not dying I Ile will llvo if wo don't givo hlm up." Tho voioo was that of a woman; tonder, earrjost, low, and then thore wero moro worda : " Who knows but he has a mothor or a fiistor lo love him, and thank you Bomo day for a son or brother saved V The Eoldier did not dle, but llved to tcll the story of his ealvatlon throngh a wo raan'a rninistrations and indotnitablo will. Surely a woman haa a wonderful gift in the direetlon of life-restorfog, a glft that raust be in constant demand, sd long as wrong and rightflhallmarshal soldiera for Iheir armies. Ferhaps in no department of the tomperanco service are tender ofli ces and persisteut entloavors moro needed than in the placo where the wounded are left ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 9 April 1884

8 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUKNAIi, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1884. Wcokly Nows Summnry. Vermont. Burlington 1b booii to bo connocted wlth Troy and Intormcdlate places by tolephone. A CENBU8 of Brattleboro, nearly comploto, Bhows botwoon 0,000 and 7,000 Inhabltantu. The present nnmber of Inmatea of the leform uchool la nlnoty, of whom eeventeen are glrla. A. P. Childs of Bennington has sold hls horue, " llallroad Boy," to New York partles. The prlco gtnted !a $2,000. A KcnorEAN capltallst haa boon looklng at the water power nt St, Jotinsbury, wtth (v vlew to utllizlng lt for a woolen manafactory, A letter recently recolved In a Canadlan mall at n Vermont town wag addresscd : " Louls Bonchard, Johnny Mlllor's shanty, U, S." Tiik result of tho March run of the Kooks Minlng Company In Ludlow waa ono hundred and forty and ono-fourth ounces, a bar of gold worth $2,897. J. R. Allijn, street commlsBioner of St, Albans, dled suddenly last week Tuesday inorn ing. llo was about forty yoars old...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 16 April 1884

ttt01t irom TtJY W. W. PKESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, APML, 10, 1884. VOI,. 79. 4014. NO. 27 WEDNESDAY, APIUL 10, 188 1. Montpelier Kepiibllenti Ciincus. The republloan voteraof llie town of Montpelier are hereby notlflcd to mcet In caucus, at Capltal hall, on Saturday, Aprll lOtli, A. I). 1884, at half-pnnt iioven o'clock r. u to clect slt delegates nnd slx subetltute to representBAtiltown Inthe rcpubllcan rttetrlct conven tiOD for tho Second Con?resalonal Dlntrlct ot Vermont, tobebcld at Montpelier on Tnesday, Aprll 2'Jth, 1881, at half-pat one o'clock r. m. Dolegates to be elccted by ballot and box to remaln open one liour. Alo to elect slx delegates and tlr eubjlltutes to represcntsald town In tho republloan state conventlon, to be held ftt Montpelier on Wedncsday, Aprll 30th, 1884, at ten o'clock k, M. The above conventlons are called for the purpoeo of electlng delegates to attend tho republloan natlonal conventlon, to be held at Chlcago, 111., June 3d, 1884, Oeohok V. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 16 April 1884

u VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 10, 1884. T. II. 1IOSKINS, Newport, Vt., Krtltor. Ahh hiBtory shows that tho miMiy have nover dono wrong to tho few, but the iow havo often dono wrong to tho many. All loglslntlou by'tho pooplo has boon more than fair, it has beon dangerously liberal to tho few. History acqualnts ua wlth uo instanoo to the contrary. If tho state undortakes the oduoatlon of tho ohildren o tho pooplo, as It doos in thls country, tho worklng meu havo a right to claim for their ohildren tho beat eduoation tho stato oan gire; that ia, suoh an eduoation aa will in the largest moas. uro posslble fit them for the work and experionco o their lif e. The peoplo of onr country, wlthout exception or distinction of classes, need more knowledge and bet ter eduoation. The IIomestkad recommenda a " cheap fertillzer," tho materials of whioh coat $24 per ton, and its " ostimated valno " (at experiment station rates) 820.52. Why isn't it just as well to buy a f...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 16 April 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1884. 3 ehnt tjisllHnit, T.ONQFMLlOW. " Thia bnat waa placcd among tbe memorlals of tlia poeta of Kngland by the Kngllah admlrera of an Atnerl cn poct." Ime riptton on Mr.DrocVt buit of Long ftlloufor HVif mfnifer Ablev, From ovcr the wlld Atlanllo And waah of tlia wcatern aoaa, A volce camo liko tbe murmur Of iiummer among the treea. Aa awcet aa the lnnoccnt laughler From chlldren at thelr play, Tet franght wlth ttie decpeat wladom Of men of an oldcr day. And never jin Kngllnh houaehold Bnt felt Us tender thtlll Llke llie welrd .I'.ollan mnato Of & harp on tbe wlndow-atll. It came to man and malden . Llke tho awelllng of mldnlgbt chlmee, And tbey knew tbat the heart of tbe alnger Waa beallng ln tho rhymca. llo came to the cAreworn toller As he atood 'mld the emoky tbtong, And lils teara would atart ln rapture At tbe marveloua glft ot aong. For It told the beautlf nl atory That Memoryatlll kecps green Asthe mnrmnring pln...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 16 April 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNALT, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1884. 0 4: $nithmm $ $otirtiil Tiruj-52.00 rer yer, atrictljr ln advaneol or JJ.80 K not tld wlthln three montb. WEDNKSDAY, APIUL 10, 1884. The Barton Monitor roiterates in a column or so ils previously assorted in nocenoe as to the oxistenco of ringa and machlnea in Vorniout. With the St. Al banB Messenger, it seems io think that tho reputation of tlio Btato ia so fragilo an affalr that the publicatlon of the truth nbout tho tondonoy of thinga, abont bad political ouatoma, may crush it; that critl cisms and exposurea are " dofaraatory," and they who utter them, enoniioa of the Btate. Mrs. Partington, atrivlng with her broom to drive back the Atlantie's wavea, waa not ao daft aa those nowapapora whioh think to anoer down or to arrest by denials and dlacredita tho rislng tide of independeneo in Vermont. The poo ple are gotting hold of political mattera, and tho icdicationa are that tho reputa tion of the atate will be ahown ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 16 April 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAIj, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1884. 5 Waterbury. A. II. Smith has re-ongagod wlth J. K. Shople for ono year. J. C. Gniaos hns cntorcd tho telephone ox change, and peoplo f rom nll pnrts ot the country can now ordor tlielr boots nnd ehoca by wlro Irom ono of tho bost assortments ln thls pottlon of tho state. As a tesult of rocent chnnges ln hotol prop etty here, lt Is posslble that Charlos Koono wlll go to Middlesex nnd " run " tbo hotol property whlch the Uarretts tecontly oxchanged wlt un Mr. CoIIlns lor tno waterbury liotei. Tiik donatlon vlslt nt tho horae of Mr C. E. Wyman, fot tho boneflt of Uov. V. J. Johnson, was fully nttendod. Among tho rosulta wero ovor 850 ln money nnd Bomo nrtlcloa of sllvcr, tho latter the glf t of the Good Templars. Tiinbutter market waa a shado lowor than last woek. A good amount was brought ln, Tho recolpts of raaple syrup and sugar weto largo. More maple eyrup was shlpped from Waterbury statlon last woek than ln any ono...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 16 April 1884

6 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 16, 1884. JP? $imidt. THE rKOl'IiK'3 SONO OF TKACB. Ttie grass 1 green on Bunkcr II111, The watera sweet In Urandywlne) The sword sleops In tbo seabbard sttll, The farmer keers his flock and vlne, Then who wonld mar the oene to-day Wltb vaunt of batlle-fleld or f ray ? Tho brave coru Utts, ln reglmonts, Ten thoimnd sabers ln the sun The rlcki replace the battle tents, The bannered tassels toss and run. The nelghlng stoed, the bugle's blast Theso are tbe storles ot the past. Tbe carth haa bealed her wounded breast, The cannons plow the flehls no more The beroes rcst 0 let them rest In peace along the peacef ul shore. Tbey fought for poice for peaoe thoy fell ; Tbey sleep tn peace and all ls well. The flelds forget the battle foaght, Tbe trenches wavo In golden gratn ; Bball wo neglect tbe losson taught, And toar the wounds Bgape ag iln ? Bweet M otber Xature, imrse tbe land, And heal ber wounds wltb gentte hand I Lo I peace o...

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