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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 7 May 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAIi WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1884. I'ASQUK rtOWKItS. The da jr had been ao weary Llke rt pall of sombor ilje, The drear cloiuli hung, unllttlng, lletween the earth and aky. The t ret of Irkeome dutle. Dall dlacontent and paln, ltorne through the long, bard wlnter, Aroniul me wove thelr chatn. My thanktaa hatt wm heavy Aa 1 btusbed tbs wlllowy aedge, And traveraod the colil, damp pithway To the pralrle'a fartheat edge. Along the aouthern hllltopa The waverlng anow-llne lay ; And ft bleak wlnil toaaed the branchos Of the thlcket drear and gray. " Why urge Uie ueeleaa warfaro," I crled, " to an end unXnown 7 For the heart'e lnnattate hunger BtUl the cold world glvea a atone, " Better the clol tbat aleepelb, UnMirred by Joy or grlef, Than the oul whow welght of aorrow Flnda nevermore relief," I aaldi and lo, beslde me Uprow a perf ume awoet, The darllngs of the aprlng-lime Were cluatered at my feet ; r&le, purple plnlona folded O'er hearta of f ragrant go...

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. — 7 May 1884

4: VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1884. Ttuis 11.00 per ynar, dtrictlr tn nilrancoi or tl.SO If not pnlil within tliroo montha. WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1884. Vkkmont's delogation to Chlcago is now complete. Tho delegatlon-at-largo is atrong ln every reapect. The exlgonolos of thia year of signol iuapott to Vormont domandod an equally strong district delo gation. Tho liat has tho namo of one man who ranks with the stato dolegatos. It haa the names of threo men who aro nobody in partioular, and whose seleotion is duo more to a personal dealrotobe thua distlnguishod, and to a suoceaaful manipu lation of tho aganoioa by whioh auoh dis tinotlon ia won, than to any wiah or pur poae of the people to aend thotn to Chi cago. Five-eightha of the delegatlon fully roalizea publio expootations and embodies a previoualy exproaaed purpoae; three oightha in diaappointment, oxcept to the delegatea themaelves and the little coteries of buay workera who compaaaed their eleotion. We...

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. — 7 May 1884

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STVTE JOURNTAL,, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1881. 5 Lotters from tho Fcoplo. MIMi "rOKEOHDAlNINO," Mr. Edltor : A moro glgnal lnstance of " the rullng piisslon strong ln denth " was novor vouchgnfed to mottnl kon than the " foreor dnlnlng " ol Plngreo by Nlcholg. Struck wlth prematnre polItlc.il doath hlmself becauso of too much pre-nrrnngoment, eo gtrong wng the fotco of habit wlthln lilm ho could not cvcn glve up the ghost wlthout ontalllng tho game fatallty on poor Plngreo by maklng lilra hla realduary legatee. Ho couldn't trust tho poo ple to name lila aucceaaor. It Ia gnld ho ncted under ndvlco, nnd nfter full nnd froe conaulta tlon wlth nll pnrtleg In Intercst, cxcept tho peo ple. So much tho worae. Waa ouch ohtusc ness ever before kuown? Cannot theao manlpu latorg bo made to comprehend what thia great popular uprlalng moans? Ig lt qnlte lmpcaslblo, by any prccoss known to fclonco, to beat lnto thelr Btubbom hoadg tho slmpie Idea that what the people wantfnnd al...

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. — 7 May 1884

6 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1884. For tho Vermont Watchmtn. AT THK OKQ38. BT g. A. w. Lower than ever, Lord, beneath thy feet I lay me down, For I ui vller now tlian e'er before From feet lo crown. ICt thy redeemlog blood bere melt away Myself of ln, And form upon tho new Ufe tlioti hast given Koben white and clean. Trnttlng t am thy chlld, I grleve to corne VMj to llieo, llearlng new tlns to ute afres1) thy blood, Thine agony, Tet, Lord, I (to re ilce, vlle as I am I may love theej As scarlet though my sln, yet may my love More fervent be. Tby wondrout love, the whlle lt sbows my tln More and more clear, Doth always go betore wltli grace to save, And casU out'fear. Nearer tban cver, Lord, to thy dcar cross Ilaymedown; Thy tllver wlogs thy golden feathers hlde From feet to crown. Clirlstlnn Expcrlcnce. According to my obaervation, Chris tian oiporlenco takea a form very mnoh brokea up, and without any partionlar Ioglcal connoction. Whon a man preaches ...

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. — 7 May 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1884. OIIILIVS CB.EBD. We belleve ln Ootl tbe Fatber, Who made ua every one, Who made the earth andiica7en, Tho moon and ilui and aun AU that we have each day Tousbyhlm Is glvenj Wo call hlm when we pray, " Onr Talher who art ln heaven." We belleve ln Josus Christ, Tho Father'a onlr Bon, Who came to us from heaven, And loved ut every one; He taught n to be holy, Tlll on tho cron be dled, And now we call hlm Savlor And Christ the cruclfled. We belleve Ood'a Iloly Splrlt Iawllhna every day, And If we do not grleve blm Ile ne'er wlll goawayi From heaven upon Jesua lle deacended like a dove, And dwelleth ever wltb na, To flll our hearta wlth love. Seleeted. A Ilttlo Hissioimrv. Sbo was obriatonod Mary, but somohow, in the household patois, the boautlful old Scriptural namo liad been changod to Merry. It waa a alight alteration to be aure so nHght that only the quick ear noticed the difforence but it suited the wee, win8omo lassie ...

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. — 7 May 1884

8 VERMONT WATuHMAjV & STATE JOURNAL., WEDNESDAY MAY 7, 1884. Liunolllo Connty Court. Tliere nro snly eixteon entrlo In the new dnckot. Soverul of tlioso nro divorcea, nud they wlll bo ttled tlila tetm, Somo of the (ttto casea dlspoaed u( wlthout ttlnl nro: Stnto vs. Normnn Iirnboo, llquor prosecutlon; rospond ont ploids Rtiiltyol ono flrst offonso nnd la flned S10 and costs. Stato vs. T. 8. Wlilpploj bonds cnllctl and forfelted; motlon toclmucer; con.tln.tied for u IioiuIde on motlon. SUito vs. Irvlno Falrbankfi, llquor cnso; not to bobrotiglit forward. State vs. Uautbler, Indlcted for Im pedlng an olllcer: rospondont not bolng fortli comlnp, tlio bonda woro callod nnd forfoitod: flzed nt 825 On Thurcday laat Mossra. Lewis 0, Moody, a etudont wlth Uoorgo Wllltlna, Kq., and Vornon A. Uullard, who had gtudled witli Drlcjlinin & Wnterman, woro, on motlon ot Gaorgo Wllklna, Eq., admlttod to bo membeta of tlio Var of tlita connty, Tho case of Doty, ndmlnlatrntor ot Kebecca Barnes...

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. — 14 May 1884

fhe 7SY W. W. PllESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1884. VOk. 79. 4048. NO 31. jffittcfnmw (C Haimuil WEDNESDAY, MAY 14. 18St. Currcnt .Hentloii. St. Aliianh now haa telephonle connectlon wlth tlie Burlington and Montpelier oxchanges. Tme Votmont Homopathlc Modlcal Socioty holda lts thlrty-fourth nnnual meetlng ot Montpoller, Juno 4 and 0. PosTJiASTEita ato belng notlfled that tho postal cards o( new dcslgn wlll be supplled as aoon aa the old onoa aro exhaustod. The flfteenth nnnual meetlng of the Ver mont Editora and Publlshers' Associatlon wlll be lield at Saratoga, July 3d, 4th nnd Cth. Senatoh Edmunds, who Is now talked ol by detractors as worth mllllons, makos thls return to the assessors at Burlington: PerBonal prop erty, 8GG,825; real property, 816,120. Amid all the distractlona of the prealdentlal oanvass lt ls certalnly encouraglng to be assur od by a corrcspondent that " In the town of Benson one hardly hears a dlssentlng volce to the nomlnatlon ol George F. Edmu...

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. — 14 May 1884

2 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAI., WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1884. rmtUmnh T. II. JIOSKINH, Newport, Vt., Kdltut;. Tiik Minnosota Horticulturnl lieport lor 1881 ia boforo us by the kindiiess of Secretnry Glbbs. This llvo sooiety Iirs a llberal appropriatiou frotn the Btato, and 1s making the best uso of it, as nlso of its other funds. We gratef ully acknowlodge the compliment of honorary mombership, bestowed upon us by tho sooioty at its last meetitig. Tiik Maoomber corn planter (made by S. M. Maoomber & Co., Grand Isle, Ver mont) was about aa porfect as it could be, in onr opinion, last Benson, but it has re colved several improvementa since, wliloh add to its valae without inorease of cost. The retail price of these planters is ouly $3 50. Wo would not be without one for planting .corn, beaus, beots, etc. Thoy guage perfeotly and plant sure, overy time. The able, industrious and versatile Bec retary of the Michigan Hortioultural Sooiety, Charles W. Gatfield, again puts us under...

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. — 14 May 1884

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAX,, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1884. IilNOOLM'S IAST DUKAM. AriutTTr 1805. I. Aprll flowers were In tlio hollowsi In Iho alr wero Aprll bells, And tho wlngs of purple swallows rcstcd on tho baltlo shells! Kroin the war's long ceno of hotror now Iho n&tton foundrelensei All the day the oM wAr bnglc blow tho blessed notcs of peace. Thwart tbe twlllght'a dainask cnrlalns Fell tbe night upon tbe land, Llke Ood'a smlle ot benedlctlon ShAilowed fnlnlly by hls hand. In the twlllght, In the dnk llglil, In tbe starllgbt, cvery wbere, Banners waved llke gardened flowers ln tlio palpltat Ing air. II. In Att'a temple there wero greetlngs, gentle hurrylngs of feet, Andtrtuinphantitratns of muslc roso amld the num bers sweet. Soldlers gathered, heroes gatbeteil, women beautlful were there; Wlll he come, the land's Beloved, there to reet an hour from care7 1V1I1 he come who for the people Long tho cross of paln has borne Trayed tn sllence, wept In sllence, lleld the...

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. — 14 May 1884

VERMONT WATUHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1884. Tmhs-12.00 per yor, strictljr In RdTni or 12.50 lf not ptd wltbtn threo monthn. WEDNESDAY, MAY 14. 1881. Tiik poople of this nation will feel an honest and hearty sympathy for General Grant in the floanoial misfortunes whlch havo overtaken him. Tho honor and sturdy qualitles of tho old Boldler aro consplcuous in the dlsaslor which has swopt away tho fortunes of his family. " A rnoMiNKNT New York republican, a woll-known assooiato, friond and manager of President Atthur in his prosidential aspiratlon," givo3 out tho following osti mate of the relativo stroogth of tho prosi dential candidates: Arthur, 307 ; Blaine, 250 ; Edmunds, 05 ; Logan, 43 ; Shcrman, 20; Greaham, 0. The solidity of the Blaine column is said to be more a matter of newspaper clairns than of faet. Iowa's entire dele gation haa been credited to the "mag notio " canllidate, but it ia reported that ten at leaat of the delegatea do not " mag netize." Tho "V...

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. — 14 May 1884

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1884. 6 Fortr-ElBhth Congrcss. Toksday, May C The time of tho senato waa prlnclpnlly ocoupled ln dlccusslng tho shlp rtug blll. Tho Vest amendment, provldlng f or free shlpa and ftoo materlal, was defoatcd by a votoof thirty-ono totwenty ...Tho house de voted Ita entlro sesslon to tho tatlff blll, nnally votlng, one hundred nnd fifty-nino to ono hun dtod and flfty-flve, to sttlko out tho enactlng clauao of tho moasuro. A motlon whb mado to reconsldor tho vote, and tho motlon lald on tho table, thoreby dlspoBlng of the blll for tho present soaelon. Wkdnesdat, May 7. In tho aennto Mr. Ed mnnda Introduceda blll for placlng Genoral Orant on tho retlred llat of tho army, wltli tho ra'nk and pay of a geneial. Tho shlpplng blll waa futther dlBcusscd, unnntmous consent bc ing obtalned that the debate ahall cloao at flve o'clock to-day.... Several bllls weto roported and approprlately teforted ln tho Iioupo, among thoni tho river and h...

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. — 14 May 1884

0 VERMONT WATUHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1884. For the Vermont Watcuinan. T1IK 11A11Y IN TUIi OLOVKK. HT LCOI B. TREVITT. Down ln the fleld all f ragrant wllu clorcr, The blrds and tlie bees and the wlnds awceplng over, Tbere, wlth the blossoms aud bullerfllos, Btands my baby wlth womlerlngoyes. Orer her benda the blue sky wlth lts btcsslng, Round her tlie wlnd bre&lhes wlth tender carettlng, Baby and blrds and butterfllex, Over them all the inotherly skles. All the wlde fleld ls tlio dover perf umlng, Everywhere fair golden buttercups bloomlng Jod and smlle ln the glad sunllght) Baby ls wonderlng what tnakea them so brlglit. Over her hend fllea a bobollnk, fllllng AU the sweot alr wlth hta lnagtcal ttllllng, Carolllng loud ln an ecataay madi Baby la wonderlng what makea hlm ao glad. Everythlng fair ln those frcsh mornlng honra, Tall wavlng grscses, the beefl and the flowers, Blrda and blossoms and butterflies, Come to my baby, a glad surprlse. Watchlng hcr st...

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. — 14 May 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN fc STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14,, 1884. 7 UNDIMMICI) STAR8. "They that ttirn many to rlsthteousnesa shall shlne hs tho Btars lorovor nnd ever." Danif.i, xn: 3. All blazoned names and red renowns To glowwormsllmmerlnge droop and falnt lleforo tho hallowed llght tliat crowns Tlio head of one lmmorlal saint. What dlfferont glory I llio' thcy share One ground, In burlal-slcep, the samo, llow teparate, and wlthont compare, Are heavenly hope and human famol Ifapoleon's grave, wlth bannera dressod, They mado by Longwood'a wlllow treo And Sarah Judson's rollcs rest In the iiame Island of tlie sea. Years pasacd and wlien bln followers ralaed Again the conqueror'a cofllncd dust, Tho slar that on hls breaat had blazed Waa black wlth doath'a corrodlng rust. Ilnt never louch of tlmo can bllght Iler honora In that humbler grave, Who bore no crnel sword to smlte, llnt tolled to bless, and llveil to save. Stern Rnln o'er the Chrlstlan's utn Iler lioly slgn of talth nhall spy, ...

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. — 14 May 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAX, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1884. SPRING OPENING ! GRAND DISPLAY OF New Spring Gooils at KNIGHT'S Dry Goods Establishment ! WATERBURY, "V"ElRlVnOIsrT. We are now showing a very extensive assortment of Iress Goods, inclucling all the New Fabrics antl Colors of tlie Season. In Black Silks we are making lumsual efforts to please our Customers, both in IMce ancl Quality. We also Guarantcc to Scll Them as Low as tlicy can lie Bonglit in Mew Tork or Boston ! Any one in want of a nice Silk Dress should not fail to examine tliese bargains; also a full line ofDress Silks in plain colors. Ladies' Outside Garments, Newrnarkets, Motlier Hubbards Walking Jackets, Jerseys, &c. Sun Umbrellas and Parasols in great variety. Ladies', Cnildren's and Misses' f CLOVES AND HOSIERY IN ALL THE NEW SPRINC STYLES. We have a very large stock of Cotton Goods and are off ering them at great bargains. Come and see us. 3E. U&dC. KLKTIGrllT. - Stowe Street, "VT'gttox'TD-o.iy, V...

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. — 21 May 1884

1!k 73Y W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, MA.Y 21, 1884. VOL. 79. 4040. NO 32 jffjfrJtmm & $oimml. WEPNKSDAY, MAY 21, 1881. Cnrrcnt Jlention. To tho 'West Randolph Ilcrald and Xcwt: " Shoo fly, don't boddor mo I " Tue May torm of Washington county au piemo coutt begnn yosterdny wlth Judgea Royce, Ross, Ta(t and Rowell present. Tnn fnculty of tlio Unlvcrslty ixt Burlington hns choscn ono of its numbcr to act ns chnlr man of n commlttco of four s'udents, ono from each class, to hive clmrgo of ntliletle mattcrs ln whlch studcnts may tnko lntcrcst. Thk Bennington Banncr has just dlscovered tbat Col. 1'Ingroo bas wittten a lettor nbout the govomorshlp, and publlshed tbo docnment ln iU last lssue. Tlie lianner has evldently jus t recovered from an over-dose of soothlng eyrup. Bellows Falls Ib to have another nows papor, maklng tho rlxth paper ln Windham connty and tho second ln that town. It wlll be issued by A. McDonnell, f ormorly of tho Times, and wlll be callcd The Rocki...

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. — 21 May 1884

2 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1884. JfQrintltumL T. U. IIOBKIMS, Newport, Vt., Kdltor. Sccoml Iteport on Fcrtlllzcrs. In Seorotary Cuttlng's seoond ropott wo see nothlng to oriticiso. It !s a plaln, sonsiblo showing, by wliioh any intolligent farirer can learn just what ho ia buying whon ho pnrohases a barrel, or a ton, of any of theao Hoensod branda. In rcgard to tho fortillzers themselves, several curl oua things aro to be obsorvod. Ono of tho most onrioua is tliat tho several branda of tho differont makers are, in most cases, differont only in their namea. There waa a timo whenlkadloy's XL waa bettor than hia othor branda, and for that roaaon it waa more popular. But now tho analysea show nearly equal oompoaition and equal valuo in all hia branda, except that thero ia ono-third moro potaah in the Sea Fowl Gnano, with lcaa "Boluble" phosphoric aoid, iso aa to make the figurea of valuo tho aame aa tho othera, within a few conta. Tho same ia to be notic...

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. — 21 May 1884

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1884. 3 IN ntUMOlttADI, MAY 30, 1883. Tho tntf ls green beneath our feet, Tlie earth agaln grows yonng and fair; Witn flowers all the land ls swcet, Wlth BODgn of pcace tlio air. Yet days of long and ctucl strlfe, Wben crlmson rain the green sward wet, Days, when cacu moment cos t a llfc, We'vo known, nor wlll forget. Oli, hanh and .hrlll tlie war-cry rang, FllllDg tlio land wlth wlld dlsinay) Onr bwt and bravesl then up-sprang, And .Inglng marcbed away. Ob, gloomy diys, to swart and dun, Of lurld bolt and batllo rack I Onr herocs marcblng toward the san, Went forth, but came not back. Tbe years have como and gone full slow, Long bave wo walted( bnt lu valn And now at lnnt too well we know They wlll not come agaln. They come not, bnt thelr causo bas spcd ; The natlon llves they dled to savei And truth, and right, for whlch they blcd, lllossom npon thelr grave. 8jirlng, falrest blosom, where they lle Fall, brlgbtest sunbeams, ...

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. — 21 May 1884

D VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL., WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1884. Ttam-tJ.W tr joar, mrtctlr In dvnce or IJ.50 If not rld wlthln three montln. WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1881. Whkki.kk, who murderod MatUiewa on oleotion day laat fall at Hazlohurst, Miss., hasbeon acqultted. No ono wlllbosur priaed. Tho South will not punlahtho inattumonts by whioh it ia tnado and malntalned solid for the democraoy. The editor o the Clovoland Leader, Mr. Edwin Cowlea, waa ohoaen aa a Blalno delegato to Chloago. He now wrltes lo the Now York Evening Post : " For whom I ahall vote I caunot say at preaent. I shall vote for the man who, In my judg ment, oan bo most certaln of carryiug New York." Thia chauge of opinion is another indication that tho Blaltie " freahet " was at its hlgheat somo weeka ago. lleporta also indicate that the " magnetic " ourrent in tho I'ennaylvania delegation haa been interrnpted, and that tho eolid Blaine delegation from that state la golng to pieoea in conaequenoo. As Blaino'a moon w...

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. — 21 May 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN Ss STATE JOURNAI., WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1884. North Montpelier. Itarre. Williamstown. Urntirord. Waterbury II. W. Dkmkiutt aold a flne palr o( bay colts tu Ellsha Moody on Monday for 8 125. Josicrn Mooov o( Siuik Raplda, Mlnnosota, has mado bls brotliors n eliort vlelt during tlio past weok. Thk progrnmmes for the obaorvnnco of Me motlal day nro out. Tlio gubstanco ol tho ar rnngemonts waa glvon last woek, Gkoikii! N. Govk Iina n groat vntloty o( ploasure carrlagea, now nnd Becond-lmnd, sln glo and two sont, nll of wblch lio Ih gelllog nt very low prlces. A good chanco to buy a nlce carrlage cueap. Thk village Bcbooln wlll cloao noxt weok. Tlioro wlll bo prlze spenklng nt Ilotel hall, Tliursday evening, Mijy 29, A nurabor ol pu plla wlio bavo boen ln trnlnlng for aovoral weoka wlll contond for cash prizes nggrcgatlng $20. Dotalls wlll bo gtveu ncxt weok. Thk buttor matkot wns nctlvo as itsual on Monday. There are but few towna in tlio atate wlth a market equal to Wato...

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. — 21 May 1884

0 VERMONT WATUHMAN & STATE JOUIINAL,, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1881. For tho Vermont Watchman. IIOMH MISSIONAKV 1IYMN. bt itir. N. r. oaiurr, qckciiee, vi. Tht goodly land, O Lord, U llilne From ocean ahoro to ocean abore Tho glory of thy Uglit dlvlne To crown and aavo H, we Implore. The flelil la wlde, tho foe la atrong, And ready glrderi forllie fray) Tlie lln of confllct loud and long, Whero error clamora for tho away. Thy falthfnl aervanta at the f ront Insplre with courage, fallh and love; llake strong to bear tho battle'a brunt And aend tbem trlnmph from above. Dlaplay the wondera of ttiy grace; Thy power ln orercomlng tn Tlll all the mtlllons acek thy f ace, And heuvenly peace l usherod ln t Offered ln the eadeavor to help iupply a lack, of which complalnt haa lately bcen made ln the papera. Recelrlngr nnd GlTlng. There may bo a precisianism, a rigor, in teaobing, tliat shall im press ohildron and pnpila with a disagreoable sense of rellgion. I remembor, in my eatly days, to ha...

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