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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 16 April 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1884. OALLINGt NATUKK'S 01IH.bltKN. Bald the oonth wlnrt to tho Bunahlno, "Illatlmeforuatogo Norlhward, waklng up tho rlvers Underneath the ice and enow." Bald tfie aunahlne to tho robln, " Oo wlth ua Into tlie North WHU your Biwhlng aonga of gtadneaa Call the sleeplng blosaoms f orth. " Come, 0 meadow-l&rk, and lielp ui Yott ahall call the bug" aml bcea White the wood-hlrd, wlth hli haminer, Druma upon the Bltimberlng treos. We must talte the thnnder wlth ua tlo wlll aottnd the trnmp ot war, Chaslng all the froaty glanta Of the winter aky afar." 80 the aouth wtnd bore thrm onward Tlll the flelda of Ice and anow, Frlghtened by the many volcos, Crept Into the earth below. Then tbe aunahlne aent hla gtancca, Watm wlth swoet, carpaalng love, Down among the bud-aheathed bloeaoms, Wooed thein to oar earth abore. Throngh the orchard flow the robln, Calllng every llvlng thlng To rejolce tn all Ua belng For the tender klaa of ap...

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. — 16 April 1884

8 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, AFRIL 10, 1884. Commcrclnl FcrMIIzors. KKrOltT 01' CIIHMIBT AND NOTF.S. At tlio lant Bcsslon of our lcglfllnture n lnw waa mado to tegulate tho pale of comtnorclal lertlllzern, from whlcli law tho followlng ex tractsnretnkon: Skction 3. Mnnufacturira and Importers of com merctal fertllliers sold or offered for sale In thls nnla shall, before sm h f ertlllzers nre sold or offered for s,il, ecurely afflx to each barrel, bag or pckage of mcti fertlllzfrs, a labtl whereln they shall state In leglbla Erlnt, Ihe name aud place of buslness of Biich manufao irerorlmiiorler, theyeurof the mannfacture of such feriillieror.lf the fertlllzcr ls linportd, Ihe yenr of IW ltnpoitatlon,andthenct wclghtof tho same, also Ihe conUlluent patts of nucli fcitlllzer,ftnd the percrnt.ige of nitrogen, of poUsh,ot touble, reverted nnl Insoluble phosphorlo aclu, Hrction 4, AmmitNrturcrorlmporler of commor clal fertlllzers, sold or offered for sale In the stat...

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. — 23 April 1884

TtJY W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 23, 1884. VOIi. 79. 4045. NO. 28. Wnfchmm & gfoumnl. WEUNKSDAY, Al'IUL 23. 1881. Currcnt Mcntlou. Tiie JPhanU epeaks of " Carroll S, I'rtge of St. Albans." Such la ftime. We proaent our readers wlth a gupplemont, this weok, In whlch wlll be found a full roport of tho Mothodlst Eplscopal Conforonco. TnK Hutland caucus instructed Its delegates to prosont the namo of ex-Govornor Proctor as n dolegato-at-large to tbo Chicago convcntlon. It la roported tliat Albert Sowloa, lato casb ler ot tbe Flrst Natlonal Bank nt St. Albans, nnd prosldeat ot tho Unlon Natlonal Bank of Swanton, lms left for parts unknown. Tiieiib la to bo a large gnthering of tbe Odd Follows of nortbern Vermont and Canada at St. Albans, to-morrow ovenlng. Past Grand Maater Henry Clark of Rutland la to dellver tbe address. The offorts to securo stockholdors for a new natlonal bauk nt St. Albans nre llkely to fall, as lt seoms imposslble to ralso the necoasary 8...

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. — 23 April 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 23, 1884. Qriatltimtl C. II. nOHKINH, Newport, Vt., Hdltor. Is Tillngo Mnnnro? We of ton hoo tho statonient in our agrl oultural exohanges tbat "tillage is ma nuro." One of thom givea the followlng story in proof of the aasortlon : " A few yoara ago two neighbors in a New England vfllago ontorod into n f rlendly rivalry to seo whioh oould grow the best patch of corn in thelr gardons, which adjoined each other, were of the same quallty of eoil and Bame degree of fortility. Af ter a few weoks ono of them saw that hla neighbor's corn was growing right away from his, and seeklog for tho oause found it in tho faot that whilo he hoed his once n week his nelghbor hoed his patoh every day. In this oase thero was no diilerence in the quality of the Boil, each contained tho same amount of plant food. Bnt the daily stirring of one patch with the hoo produoed conditions which enabled the plant to take up and appropriate a greater amount o...

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. — 23 April 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOXJBNAIi, WEDNESDAY, APRIIi 23, 1884. IMIKAOl!. Jlot lles tho sand bcnealh the weary feet, The sklca are daszllng downward throngli the hcat, Nobreatli of wlnd to stlr the heavy alr, No fleck of cloud to brcak the cruel glare Of the lletce sunshlnc, iw the reellng braln Btrlves to forco on tho falllng strengili In valn. Kay, for across the desert-stretch It lles, Gleamlng and cool benoath tlie descrt sklcs, The sparkllng lake almost the feverlsli gaze Can lee Ita ripptes throngli the allvcry liaze) Almot the stralntng ear can hear tho plnsh, As Ita llght waveleta on the pebbles dasli. One deaperate effort more, aud tben to lave I'arched llpand burnlog fotchead In the wavf ; One desperale effort more, and at the brlnk In agony of thankfulness to slnk, Whcre the great palm troea by the watcr stand, And tbelr cool shadows rest upon tho sand. Toor wretch I the vlslon lnroa lilm on, Tlll, faitU and hope and strength and courage gone, Ile falls and perlshes, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 23 April 1884

VERMONT WATOHMAN fc STATE JOTJRNAL, WEDNESDAY, APRILr 23, 1884. 4 rntchmm & $otmnl. Txam-tf.OO pet jear, strlctly in advancel or $5.60 U not pKld withln tiiree monthi. WEDNESDAY, At'HIL 23, 1884. Affaius in tho Soudan have taken a palnful tura. General Gordon is shut up in Khnrtoum, without resources o monoy or milltary forcos, abandonod by the Brit ish governinent, but March 23 dally ex peoting troops whloh wero at that timo marohing liomo. A fearlul massaoro of two thoasand rofugeea on thoir way from Shendy, a town north ol Khartoum, to Berber, a town still further north on the Nile, ooourrod on Sunday. General Gor don has aent a tolegram to Sir Evelyn Baring, oxpressing tho utmost indigna tion at the manner in which he has been abandoned by the English government, and aaying that henceforth he will cut himsolf entirely adrift from thoso who have deserted him, on whom will reat the blood-guiltiness o all lives hereafter lost in the Soudan. Tiie Bellows Falls Times olosos a sen...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 23 April 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 23, 1884. 3 Waterbury. Mn. KusnA Moody has sold hla dwelllng houso in tlils vlllage to 0. E. Moody. Con sidoration $4,000. A, K. 1'ikk of Worcester haa lcased of Klng Ilorrlck the Villago hotol, whlch ho wlll opon ngaln Ina fow daya. M. 0. Kvans is kalsomlnlng tho colllng ol hlg drng-storo and puttlng thn promlses ln order for the coralng soason. J, C. Guiaos Is uslng ono of the rooma under tho Wy mnn storo for n BOwlng-machlno room. nis business in thls artlcle is growlng yearly. Ukv. Mn. Whekleh oxchanged wlth Rev. Mr. McMillan o( Barre on Sunday, nnd tho Methodlsta worshlped wlth thelr Congregn tlonal brothren. Rev. D. E. Miixkii, for thtoa yeara at Mont pelier, was aaalgned to Waterbury at the late meetlng of the Vermont Conference, nnd Rev. W. J. Johnson was transferred to Sprlngfleld. Mr. and Mns. Frank Cari'enteu havo bup plomented tho pralseworthy labors of tholr fellow-citizenB on the censua tnbloa by con tributing tw...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 23 April 1884

6 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAX,, WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 23, 1884. AKHUTUS. lf tprlnghaa malds of honor And wliy ahould not Iho apring, Wltli all hcr dftlntjr aervlce, Havo thought of aome auch thlng? lf nprlng haa malds ot honor, Arbutus leada llio traln) A loveller, a falrer Tbe spring would soek ln Vftln. For tweet and aubtls f ragrance, For plnk, and plnk and white, For utmost grace and motlon 01 vlnea and vlnes' dcllgtit, For Joy of love and lovers, For Joy of young and old, Ko bloesom Uke Arbutus In all tbat sprlngtlmes liold. Tlie noble malds of bonor, Who eartbly mieena obeyi And conrtly aervlce rendor lly weary nlght and day, Among tbelr royal dutlea, Bouqueta of blossoma brlng Each evenlng to the banquet, And hand tbem to tbe klng, lf spring has malds of bonor And a klng that is not soen, Ills cholcest aprlngtlme favor Ia Arbntus f rom his qneen. II. 11., in Indeptndenl. Joo Strong's Flrst Smoke. IN TWO rAIlTS I'ART I. In only a few daya raoro Joe Strong would reaoh bis ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 23 April 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAJL, WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 23, 1884. 7 ew Avtrtiutnmtn. "HT. UAYID'S 1'ATII." One of the most agreeable teatures ol thls encliantlng Bpot 1s a sliady walb, sklrtlng the west bank ol the St. Jolin's tlvor for a mllo nnd a qnattor, wlilch boars the abovo lmrao. I)ut as yot no one has boon ablo to lnform me why it is thug called. " Whynained7" Ahl frlend, but pauae wlth raenmld Thla lovely reglon, whcro thla troplo way Loada througb a foreat denae, and cool, and green) Wlth hcre a daah ot crlmaon, there of gtay, Aa witli Ita wolrd and ghoally huo The 8 panton moaa wavea elowly to and froj And ont to eastwatd eeo ttio grand " 8t. Jolin's " 01 Me onnard wlth lta caltn and mlghty flow. " Why named 7 " llut llat wlth me awhtle, And hear the myrlad volcea rialng now In one grcat aong ot awoot and wond'rlng pralae, Such m the Paalmlat," wlth upllf lod brow And eyea to lieaven tnrned, dld breathe, When wlth hl harp beneatu hla maatcr hand He told the merclea of g...

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. — 23 April 1884

8 VERMONT WATCHMAN fc STATE JOURNAL., WEDNESDAY, APRIL. 23, 1884. Wcekly Nows Snmmnrj. Vermont. William G. Klkimm ofTroyliiia nindo thls scfiflon ovcr 2,000 poumls of Btigar. Onb cutry of wool nt tho St. Albans custom houso, tcccutly, pald dutlcs (imotintlng to SI), 917.40. St. I'aul's churcli, Hurlington, gntlicrcd ovor S1,1C0 luto lts coutrlbutloii boxes on Eastor Sunday. l)it. EzitA Edson, a notcd Tliompsonl.m pliysl clan ol Manchester, dlcd Aprll 11, ngotl BCvcnty-slx yenrs. Kdward Knox, n flrcmnn on the Uurllngton & Lamoille road, wns kllled nt Durllngtou whllo shncltlliiR cars. John Ciiowlky o( Uurllngton fcll hackwards Irom a wagon, tho 17tlt, nnd gustnlncd Itijurles tbat wlll probably provo fatnl. Tms biilldlng for tho Illlllngs llbrary, Bur lington, 19 to bo of rcd Baudstono, knowii astho Klbby btilidlti stono, and Is to como from Longmeadow, Mass. Cektain cltlzcns of Manchester liavo petl tioncd for a epccial town mcctlng to roroliotho Memorlal day approprlatlon of SCO...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 30 April 1884

1fefltt0!tt 7SY W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, APRIL. 30, 1884. VOIi. 79. 4046. 3NO. 29. ffntclnmm & ifatmnil WEUNESD AY, AFKtL 30, 1884. Current Mcntlon. Vergennes has declared for the town Bystem by nnitlng her two school dlstrictB into one. Hon. JonN W. Stbwart has eold ont hls ln tetest ln the Middlebury Regltter to Joseph Battoll. The second dlsttlct commlttee baa called tho conventlon for the nomlnatlon of a roprcscnta tlvo ln congresa at Montpelier, July 23d. Tnn democratlc state commlttee meeta ln Burlington nezt Frlday, to decldo the tlme and place of holdlng the democratlc state con ventlon. TiiBCentral Vermont canip-meetlng at North field wlll commenco Juno 23, and the stato temperanco cimp-raectlng at Morrisville on August 10. Middlebury Register : " Charlos W. Por ter, the present able deputy secretary of Btnto, should ancceed Dr. Nichola aa Becretary of state." Qalte correct. Tnn Argus ls now ln a state of mlnd becango The Watcbman does not mako a spoc...

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. — 30 April 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1884. 2 ricnlittrnh T. II. JIOHKINS, Newport, Vt., Edltor. Moro Light ou Forllllzors. Thoso o our readers who woro pushlng us, a fow months ago, to write up tho fer tillzor business, cannot complain of us now, and wo do not grudgo our work, for indoed thore is nothing like " keeping it beforo tho poople." By our doing so, many aro led to study and oDquire, and to get clearer ideas of tho composition, power and use, not only of artlfioial fer tilizers, but of homo-mado manures. Our old friond and correspondent, Z. E. Jameson of Irasburgh, Vermont, writes : " I think you havo done somo ezcellent work in tho colnmna of The Watcuman in putting your own viows, and those of A. II. Ward, in so many waya before the farmore. It is this ropetition of tho torma 'Ammonia or Nitrogen,' 'Phos phorio Aold or Phosphate of Lime,' Al kall or Potash' the three elementa of plant food hidden, the Drst in chemicals that look like salt, or in cot...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 30 April 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & TATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, APRIIi 30, 1884. . 3 IN AI'Tfllt DATTH. In f ler days, when graasea hlgti O'ertop the tomb where I ahall He, Tliougli well or 111 tlie world adjtut My ilender clalm to honored duit, 1 ihall not nucstlon uor repljr. I ahall not seo the morning sky, I lmll not hear the tho nlght-wlnd nlgli, I ahall bo tnulo, ai all men must, Inafter dayal And yet, now llvlng, faln were I That some one shotitd teatlfy, Baylngt " llo beld hla ien In trust To art, not servlng shatue or luit. Wlllnone? Then let my memory dle Inafter dayal Auiltn l)obton,(n May Ctntury, In Each Otlicr's Shoos. A 8T0ET IN IWO HUMBailS NOMBIH 0SB, CIIAI'TEn I. John Cromblo had taken n room at tho new apartment building, Tho Lorno; having advnnced so far in hia cxperienco of New York as to be nwaro that if ho could onco establiah himself in a house aasooiatod by namo with foreign places and titlcs, his chanoo of sccuring " posi tion" wonld be greatly inoreased. Ho did not, howe...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 30 April 1884

4: VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAIi, WEDNESDAY APRIIi 30, 1884. Taus-t2.00 por year, ttrlctly in adTince) or 92.50 lf not pald wlthla three roonths. WEDNESDAY, APR1L 80, 1884. The indioatloDB at a late hour loat nlght were that J. Grogory Smitli, llod fiqld Prootor, Froderick Billings and B, D. Ilarris wlll be chosen dologatos-at-largo by tho atale convention whloh as somblea to-day. Tho namo of D. C. Den- ison will be presented aa an alternato to Mr. Billings. Mr. Hobson of Brighton and Mr. E. N. Blssell of Shoreham aro mentioned for alternatea to Governor Smith and Mr. Ilarris, respeotively. For tho fourth alternato, no namo had been snggosted laat evening. lfon. J. M. Tylor will preaide. Tiie Rutland Herald's comments upon Dr. Nichols' withdrawal contain tho fol lowing orlsp paragraph, whloh relieves ita article from tho tame conventlonalism in whloh tho regulation press notlce ia writ ton: "Tho doctor alludeo to tho acrl monions character that tho discnsaion has aaaumod ; ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 30 April 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & TATE JOURtfAL, WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 30, 1884. Northfield. Villaok meeting Tuesday evening, May 0, nt eoven o'clock. F. W. Gou) haa roanmed wotk on bls barn. When Itls flnlshod It wlll be the largest In town. It la reportod thnt the Northfield Houso etablo nnd tho land In tlio rear ol tho post-oITlce haa boen bought by Dr. Davls. DitESBMAKiNO, instead of mllllnory, nsstntod laat weok, ls the buslness carried on by Mta, Bntcholdor ln Central block. ninnr IlttvitmtNi) Disnor LouiS DeGoes- nniANDof Burlington conductod the sorvlccs at tho Catholio churcn sunaay. Mohnino norvIcM ln the vlllage chtircbeg wlll be beld at haif-pagt tcn o ciock turougn the summer, boginnlng next Sanday. Communion servlceg wlll be held nt the Con gregatlonal chntch next Sanday. Freparatory lecture Frlday nfternoon at two o'clock. TwEirrr-FiVK ncDllcanta for toachor's cor- tlflcntes wero examlned by Bapeilntendent Bra- ley iast saturaay, ana noariy au passoa. Mns. Ann IlABTiNna. (or manv ve...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 30 April 1884

6 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1884. ew $dvertMmmt pw dvtftiuwmin. "TUOO 1IAST I.KU OAPTIVITY OAI'TIVI!!." Our I)rd haa rlaen from the dcadi Our Jeaus la gone up on Iiigli The powera of hcll are captlye led, Dragged to the portala of the aky. There hla trtnmplial charlot walti, And angebt chant tho aolemn lft y I Llft up your heails, ye heayenly gatca Ye eycrlaatlng doors glye way. Looae allyour br of maaay light, And wlila nntold the raillant acenei lle clatm tboae manslona aa lils rlght Ilecclye tbo Klng of Otory ln, Wlio la the Klngof Olory, who? The Lord that all lils foea o'ercame, The world, sln, death, and bell o'erthrew i And Jcaua U the Conqueror'a name. Lot hla trlumphal charlot walta, Aud angela chant the aolemn lay; Llft np your.hoada, ye heavenly gatcs) Te eyerlaating doora glre way. Who ls the Klng of Olory, who? The Lord, of glorloua power poeaessed, The Klng of aalnta and angela too, Oodover all, foiever bleaa'd. The Jlimnal. L'astcr Ke...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 30 April 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUmSTAIi, WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 30, 1884. 7 Joo Strong's First Smoko. IK TWO rAUTS IAKT II. But a few minutea passod before tho doolor arrivod, during whioh timo tho parontfi learned but little from Joo about his sickneaa. As to tho real canso tlioy had no suspicion whatevor, but greatly fearod it had beon produced by aotnething poisonoua be bad eaton. But whon tho physiolan saw him, and tho paronts ro- Eeated what Joo had told of his sioknoss, e asked if ho might be loft alono with the boy a few minutes. Whon thoy wero left togethor ho Bald, " Joo, haven't you been smoking some this aftornoon ? " " I I smoked a little," stammored Joo. "Waa it your first trial ?" asked tho dootor. "Yes," said Joo. " O, dootor," ho continnod, " don't let father and mothor know it, and I will CGTOr smoko another cigar so long as I live." But tho old dootor know well tho harm that is dono to boys by indulging in tho praotico of smoking, and ho felt that it would be both an inj...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 30 April 1884

8 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUUNAL,, WEDNESDAY, APKIL 30, 1884. Weokly Nows Summnry. IOndon, England, lias had n 26O,C0O flro. TiiBievUod Old TostamontwlUbocompleted In July and publlslied next nutumn. Only twolvo or flftoen delegatoa attondcd the Tennesaeo Btnto greonback conventlon. Shvkhal Ruaslan array nnd otber offlcors of Bnpotlor rank are under atrest, charged wltli bolng rovolutlonlsts. Tiiuke nuMDiiKD Mormon converta and sev enteen mlsslooariea arrived at New Yotk frotn Europo on a rocont Sunday. A riiENOMKNAL cold wave haa jnst gwept over Swttzeiland and adiacent depattmenta of France, dolng enormouB damage to agtleulturo. A niLti bag beon lntroducod into congresa provldlng tbat all newapapera publlabcd in tbe Btateaand tertitoiiea aball be carried freeol postage. Tiie Internal revenne collectlons fot the flrat nlne montba of the preaent flscal year wore 887,454,000, a decreaBO o( 820,508,000 com paied wlth tbe game porlod last year. The elgbt eastern trunk llnea annou...

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. — 7 May 1884

7SY W. W. PKESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1884. VOL. 79. 4047. NO: 30. ffnMnmm & 4mmml WKUNKSDAY, MAY 7, 183 1 Currcnt Mciition. Beoaubb T. C. Fletcher waa oloctod dlstilet delegato to Ghlcago the Index clnlms to bo happy. Chlldron ato easlly lileased. TitK North Slar says that " a largo nuraber of peoplo nssembled nt Montpelier, Tuesday, Aprll 20;h, to nttend the dlstrlct convontlon." Kbi-oht has lt that hls frlends ln Lamoille coanty nre llkely to push Hon, I'. K, Gleod of Morrisville as a candldato for tho ofllce of stato aadltor. The telephone llne to Worcester was com pletod yestordny nnd Is now in worklng order, wlth the statlon in Dr. llunt's ofllce. Thcro lg nlso a statlon nt Wrightsvllle and X'atnatnsvillo. The rogalar May teiro ol the United States conrt will be held at Windsor, boginnlng on the 20th, Only four ca3ea nre set for trlal. Bat one chancory caso la aet for hearlng D. B. Wooster vs. Samnel IIIU et als The approaching commencement nt Lewis Colleg...

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. — 7 May 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAL., WEDNESDAY MAY 7, 1884. 2 T. II. IIOHICINS, Newport, Vt., llltor. Tho Effcct of Shlpiilng Gold. Wo do not know why farmeis ahonld not tako aa muoh intoroat in, and be aa well informed about, quoations relatlng to the currenoy as any part of our peoplo. Thoy oortaiuly are, aa a class, quito as heavy auflerora from a disturbanco of tho olrculating medium as any. Tho rccent refusal of congress to stop the coinage of sllvor dollars doprlvea tliat queation of immediato praotioal intoroat ; but lt does not mako lt needloaa that it should bo well nnderstood. Thoro has beon a conaldorable exporta tion of gold golDg on, and this faot is belng used by the alarmlsta, who havo beea telling ns for the last aix y oars of tho horrible conseqaonoes of coining silrer. Why gold has been exported ought not to bo dlffioult to nndorstand. Ourexporta tlons of food produots havo dooroasod, owing to abandant and oheap snpplles of broad-atuffs elsowhero. Bualness has b...

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