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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 21 May 1884

7 SPRING dPENINQ ! GRAND DISPLAY OF New Sprin ooils at KNIGHT'S Dry Goods Establishment ! WATERBTJRT, "V"EK,nC03iTT. We are now showing a very extensive assortment of Dress Goods, including all the New Fabrics and Colors of the Season. In Black Silks we are making unusual efforts to please 6ur Oustomers, botli in Price and Quality. We also VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAI WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1884. Guarantee to Any one in want of a nice Silk Dress should not f ail to ex!amine these bargains ; also a full line of Dress Silks in plain colors. Ladies' Outside Garments, Newmarkets, Mother Hubbards Walking Jackets, Jerseys, &c. Sim TJmbrellas and Parasols in great variety. Ladies', Children's and Misses' CLOVES AND HOSIERY IN ALL THE NEW SPRINC STYLES. We liave a very large stock of Cotton Goods and are offering them at great bargains. Come and see us. JS. JSL. 3ESL3XTXC3rX3:iTi- - j; ; Stowe Sireet, '7i7"toi7T3-o.3ry, Vt, A LITTLE LAUV. Comes a queenly little lady, Dressedln gown ...

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. — 21 May 1884

8 VERMONT WATuHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1884. Wcekly News Stitnmnrr. TiiKitR ate now eloven Btntoa In wlilch womon me allowed to roto in school nffulrs. TnK blll npnroptlatine 81,000,000 for the Now Orleans Kihlbltlon lins passod conRross. Tiik noit Now Kngland fair wlll bo hold at Manchester, N. II., tho first week In Septembor. Tnn genoral nsserably of tho PrcBbyterlan church met at Satatoga, Tlmrsday. Two thou eand pernons were ln attondance. It reqnlred flvo lintidrod and BGvonty-ono ballotlngs to nominate a domocratlo conRioss man ln ono of tho Indlana dlstrictit. Thb Antl-Monopoly Conventlon at Chicago nomlnatol Genernl 1). F. Uutler for prosident. Somo ot tho delegatea lmveformnlly protested. Thb returnB In Swltzerland nliow nucli an nlarmlng Incroase In tho uso of nlcohol that It Is proposod to place a prohlbitory tax on dis tlllerlca. Attbntion has been called In Kngland to the dangor of colllslon botweou Atlantlc (teara orn, on account of tholr fallute ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 28 May 1884

7Y W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1884. VOIi. 79. 1050. NO 33. htkhmnn & gfourtml. WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 183-1. KciMibllcan Stato Convontioii. Tho republlcana of Vermont, through thelt dolegates, nte hereby lnvltod to meot In con ventlon, In the clty of Barlington, on Wbdnes day, the 18tii day of June, A. D. 1884, at ten o'clock A. m., for the purpoao of placlng In nomlnatlon candldatoa for the ofTices of gov einor, lleutenant-governor, treasuter, secretary of state, nudltor of accountB, and two preslden tlnl electorB-at-largo, to be supported by the ftoemen of tho state at the noxt blennlal elec tion; also for the appolntment of a state com mlttee. Towns wlll be repreBented in convention on the basls of ono delegate from each town, one for evory ono hundred votos, and ono for cvery fraction of one hundrod votes ezceeding fifty east for tho republtcan cnndldate for gov ernor ln 1880. Delegates wlll provldo them eelvDs wlth proner credentlals, elgned by the ofll...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 28 May 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1884. T. H. IIOSICINS, Newport. Vt., Etlltor. Onh of oar leadlng f.armers wrltos : " I dealro to thank you for your very valuablo artioloa iu tho agrioultnral dopartraeut of The Watciiman, aud espeoially tho ar ticlos relativo to fertilizers. I tho farmers of Vermont would follow your suggesttona relativo to obtalning fortilizers, nnd thelr U30, I thlnk thoy would gaiu and savo enough to pay all thelr tares ; but thoy are very unwilllng to purauo any courso diftorent frorn thelr fathora." Like our friend, we have in tlmes past been dis posed to critiolae the conservation of tho New England farmer, whloh makea hlm alow to venturo upon uoveltles, or to go ahead faster thau he cau see hia way. But, ou the whole, we are convincod that it ia better so, than that they should be ready to run after every new teaohlng. The aarplua capital of the average farmer is too sraall to admlt of unllmitod oxpori menting, and his individual knowle...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 28 May 1884

VERMONT .WATCHMAN STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1884. DKCOKATION BAY. Above the deir, brva lieatUi that ccne lo tieut Let lovlng hands Btrew flowera on every mound AVIltiln the llnes of the Btlll camplng-grounil, Where Ibere Is no amftult, ind no retreat, And Tlctory 1 not followcd hy defent. Unbrokcn rest nnd penne at lat nre found. No cl&ah of word, no trnmpet's tlirllllng lonnil Nor roar of gnns dlnturb tlieir lumber swcet. Thclr deods are writ on mem'rj'a acrl pcroll; And patrlot love thall toucli tlicno hctH of ourt, When, at thelr gravci, fnrne comei to call tlio roll, And hope and lovo and lionor tcAtter flowen. Itrave nouls turvlve tlie torm of tbot nnd flamc Tbelr f utlongh bloMoms In eternal fame. George M'. Dungay,in Independent. Anotlior Caso or tlio " Wrong Suwlay." Do poople, as they road, evor atop to think how oftoa in books, tlio plot, or main idea, is tho sarao ? A Bituation ia repeated, only with diilerent actors and different atage appurtonanccs, year in...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 28 May 1884

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURiVAI,, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1884. rntcHmm $ $onrinl Tuus tl-00 por year, Btrtctly in advnncol or $2.50 lt not tld wlthln Uirea tnontba. WEDNESDAY, MAY 128, 1884. Tiik St. Johnabury Caledonxan says : " Wo nre very sorry that the profound Walchman is not pleased with the Cale doniaii's tloket, and would respeotfully ro quest that it produco a bettor ono." Ilero lt is : FOR OOTKRKOS, FREDEUICK I1ILL1NGS oi' Woodstock. rOR LlF.flESANI-nOVKHNOIl, ALDACE F. WALKKK ov IturLAND. roit THCAIl'BM, THE NOMINEE OF THE CONVENTION. FOl BRCRRTART OK 8TATR, CUAULES W. POttTEtt or MoNTi'itumt. FOB AUD1TOR. E. I1ENKY l'OWELL or Kioiiroiin. Nominato tbls ticket and, in our opinion, no person whose name it contnins will deolino. Vermont trusta in Mr. Atthur. After Mr. Edmunds, lio would unquestiona bly be her ohoioe for the noxt preaident. The reaolations of the Btate conrention were sincere and heatty in thoir expres sions of approbation, and thoir adoption by the delegat...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 28 May 1884

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOVBNAL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1884. 5 Northfield. Thk Good Toraplars lodge mootlng wlll bo on Saturday ovonlng thls wook, Last Friday evenlng tho pcopto on tlio west slde of tho rlvor wote favorod wlth sorenades by tho band. E. A, Kimiiall is tho happy lathor of nn elght-nnd-ono-half-pound glrl, born Thutsday ol Iaat wook. The Congrogatlonallats hold tholr rogular Foclublo nt tho church patlor tlils (Wednesday) nltcrnoou and evonlng, Tho monthly church moctlng wlll be held Saturdny nfternoon at two o'clock. Dkcohatjon day wlll bo obsotved ns nn nonoced last week. A coinmlttoo of threo ladles from oach church ln thin vlllage. and otliors from tho othor vlllageg, wlll tako clmrgo of the floworg. Fuiinituhk, In tho shape of a ralllng and counter, has been put lnto tho front room of tbe now Savingg Bank bnlldlng, nud glvog the finiahlng toucli to the handsorae and con venlont npartment. F. S. Kl.MMAt.Tj hag recently bought n flno looklng bay colt, ono of " Abr...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 28 May 1884

0 VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1884. "IHOIIAMHA." A little Afrlcan Rirl, Bohamba, broueht to thomlsalon nsmallblao-nnd-gold chlnapltchor, and, na she placed lt amonfi tlio glfts, klssod lt. Thts little Incldent caused many to east glfts Into tho treastiry. Missionary News. Sheklssed the glft, And what the meantng o( a klM T O Love, dear Love, thou nrt tlie same lleneath all sklss our hlghest clalm To beaven's own klnshlp lles ln thls. Bhe klnnettlhe glft, And strangely rnolst grew every eye, l'erchance tlie chlld liad given away ller only preclous thlng that day, Which pathos gAve to that " Oood-by." Who cannot lutn To one fair page tliat even yet Itecalls the tantasles of youtb, When strangest sympathy and rulh Oave soul to thtngs tnanlmate. l'erhaps her falth Ilad compasscd helghta ourB could not cllinb, A soul may be a white btlow An ebon robe as one of snow. And heaven-taught love inay grow sabllme. Should the not send, Because the glft was meant for...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 28 May 1884

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOUIlNAIi, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1884. SPRING OPENING ! GRAND DISPI,AY OF New Spring Goods at KNIGHT'S Dry Goods Establishment ! "WATEBBUBT, "VElnVLOTT We are now sliowing a very extensive assortment of Dress Goods, inclucling all the New Fabrics and Colors of tlie Season. In Black Silks we are making unusual efforts to please our Customors, both in Price and Qtiality. "We also Guarantee to Scll Them as Low as tliey can be Bougkt in New lork or Boston ! Any one in want of a nice Silk Dress should not fail to examine these bargains ; also a full line of Dress Silks in plain colors. Ladies' Outside G-arments, Newmarkets, Mother Hubbards Walking Jackets, Jerseys, &c. Sun Umbrellas and Parasols in great variety. Ladies5, Children's and Misses' CLOVES AND HOSIERY IN ALL THE NEW SPRINC STYLES. We have a very large stock of .Cotton Goods and are offering them at great bargains. Come and see ns. 3hm JhE. KL3XTIC3rB:BIB. - Stowe Street, "W&LtGJrTouLxrsr, Vt....

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 28 May 1884

8 VERMONT WATCJHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1881 Weckljr Ncws Summnrj. Tiik colossal bronio gUtne of Mnrtln Luthcr wi.g unvelled ln Washington the 21st. Thk Preirtiyteilan Church South has tejected ovotturen lookinR to a unlon with tho northorn brnnch of the donominntton. Tjik fltty-fifth nnnlversary of tho Brooklya Snnday-echool Unlon wns colebrated tlio 21st. Flfty thouAAtid chtldren paiadod. A Chioacio mrirt rocs to jall flftoon dayg and pays $25 flno becauaa he settled wltli a thlef wlio stolo hia watch for 825 ln monoy. The Iioston Morchants' Assoclatlon cavo n notable bnnquet to Judge Lowell, last Fildny, on the occnsion of bia lotiroraent frora tho bench. Thb Wlsconsln Dalrymen'a Assoclatlon Is to employ an lustruotor to vlslt the state cheose nnd butter factotles, wlth the objoct of soour lng unlfotmlty of iroductlon. Tiik Tennesseo prohlbltlonlsts lmvo decldcd not to nomlnato a tlcket. They wlll snpport only such candldates as wlll subiolt n prohlbl tlon am...

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. — 4 June 1884

BY W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1884. VOIi. 79. 1051. NO 34. WcJnmm & $owml. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1881. Rcpublican Stnto Convciillon. The republlcnns o( Vermont, through thelr delegatoa, ato hereby Invltod to moet in con ventlon, In tho city of Burlington, on Wkdnku dat, the 18th day of Jone, A. D. 188-t, at ten o'clook a. m., for the purpose of placlng in nomlnatlon candldates for tho ofllcea of gov ornor, lloutonant-governor, troasuror, secretary of atato, audltor of accounts, and two presluon tlal electors-at-large, to bo gnpported by the freemen of tho atato at the next blonnlal elec tlon; also for the appolntment of a atato com mlttee. Towna wlllbe represented ln conventlon on the basls of one dolegate from oach town, one for evory ono liundred votoa, and ono for every fractlon of one hnndred votes ezceedlng flfty east for the republlcan candldate for gov ernor ln 1880. Delegatoa wlll provldo them gelves wlth proper credentlala, algned by the offlcera o...

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. — 4 June 1884

2 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOLfRNAL,, WEDNESDAY, JTJNE 4, 1884. QricultumL T. II. JIOSKIN8, Newport. VU Edltor. Money. A friend, sittlng with ua In onr " sano tum " a fow daya ago, said, after a long oonvoroatlon upon tho rccent turmoll in Wall streot : " You gavo us an olementary artiolo on Fertilizars tbo otbor day. I wish you would writo something simllar on tho aubjoot of Monoy." This Bugges tfon followod upon a roinark of ours that always, not long aftor tho speoulatora coaaed to draw tholr usual rovonuo from tolla upon industrlal production, they be gan to be in troublo. Several branchoa of manufaoturing lndnstry, and one lead Ing branch, at loast, of agtloultural labor, have not boon " giving down " very f reely of lato, and aa tho non-producers of Wall stroet aro very oxtravagant folka, thoir stores of monoy and good promlses to pay have in many casos run rapidly sbort, and. they have bad to " auepend." Of course the rapid rasoals, like Ward and Eno, ran upon tho rooks a...

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. — 4 June 1884

D VERMONT WATCHMAN STATE JOURNAIL, WEDNESDAY, JTJNE 4, 1884. 3 HLACKTUOIIN. Bhe sleepa I Ah, welcoma spell of rrat, To tlred handa and braln oppressed I Her mornlng task U done. Wlth what n soft, pathetlo grace Tlie chlll March annbeams klas taet facc, My poor work-wearled one I 1 tlt me sof tly by her side, A little space I may ablde To watch her breathlng ftM) Ab me ! tbe thtn, care-aharpened cheek, Tliil eunken brows, tbat dnmbly speak Of all she sharea wlth mo I I wooed ber f rom tbe lap of wealth, Whlle strong la youtli and proud of health, I thougbt tbe world my own And tbe, swoet soul, put llgbtly by Tbe gauds that chatm the worldly eye, And lived f ot mo alone I look upon ber eleeplng face, And by her pallld cheek 1 place A tlny blackthom spray j Meet symbol of ber joylcss llfe, For we aro conquered lu tbe strlfe, Aro beaten in the f ray. Tbe roea of thla lower world Were not for ns, the wlld wlnd hurled Afar our hopes' young bnds i And grlm inlsfortune'a sullen tlde Swamred...

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. — 4 June 1884

4: VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUtfE 4, 1884. Titxa J1.00 pet yer, itrictly In mltnncoi or H.W lt not pld wlthln Uirre montbi. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1881. In thu vigoroua ante-conventlon canvass aftor a candidato tho principlea on whieh tho party ia to go beforo the country seem to have boon overlookod vory largely, and the platform haa recelved small attoution. The deolaration o princlples should spoak wlth no uncortaln aound on the mattora of revenno, clvll-sorvioe and Mormonlsm, and it will strengthen the party among oonserratire busluess men If tho convou tion shall tako a iirm atand in favor ot n Buspension of the silver coiaago, and in behalf of a uniform bankruptoy law. Tho Windsor Journal preaonts thia ticket to its contemporariea "who are struggling to do the work of tho republl- oan convention, to bo held in Burlington, Jnno 18 : " For governor, Samuol E. Pln groo of Hartford; for Uentenant-govor-nor, Aldace F. Walker of Rutland ; for treaaurer, W. H. DuB...

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. — 4 June 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN Sz STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JTJNE 4, 1884. 5 Notcs and Commcnts. The proooedlnga of tho spocial coni mitteo appolnted to inveatlguto the chargea mado by oz-Speakor Kelfer agalnat Gen eral II. V. Boynton make a pamphlot of four hnndred pagos. Judge Poland was a momber of tho committoo. The Bellows Falla Timet remarks that Hon. "V. II. DuBols " has porformed tho datloa of state treasuror for tho past two years promptlyi efflolontly and falthfully," aad thlnks that " his nomlnatiou, tberefore, may bo expooted without opposltion." New York Sun: "In caae the frlonda of Fresidont Arthur do not ancceod in ro nomlnatlng him at Chicago, they and tholr frlenda, and all the reat of the peoplo, will have at loast ono cauao for mutual congratulation. After the fourth of next Maroh this country wlll possoaa n ex proaldent entitled to the rospoot of hia fellow citizons, fully seusible of the ro quirements of dlgnity and deconcy, and bearlng into private life a poraonal charac ter...

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. — 4 June 1884

G VERMONT WATtiHMAN & STATE JOURNAX,, WEDNESDAY, JTJNE 4, 1884. Our I was in Clevoland, not long ngo, and a dear friond took down from Uio well-filled shelves of his lmndsomo library a beauti fully bound book, whereln was sot orth, in all tbo beauty of the best typogrnphio art and oroatny tiuted pnpor, tho " doings " of tho Cloveland Aid Assooiatlon duriiig tho late war. " Thls Is what our woruen dld," says my friond, wltli affeotionate prido in his womankind, and I turncd over the loavos to road how tho men poured money into the womon's lapa, and tho women converted it into all things needful for tho soldiers in camp and field; how out of tlieir f ullnoss thoy gavo to hira who noeded ; and memory wont bounding baok to the droary days when the women of tho South, too,wore banded together in aid associations all over their storm-swept land 011 Iy wo had to mako our bricka witliout straw, and I am afraid our relief did not alaways relieve, nor our aid al waya aid. "While your wome...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 4 June 1884

VERMONT WATCHM&N & STATE JOUIHSTAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1884. SPRING OPENING ! GRAND DISPLAY OF New Spring Goods at KNIGHT'S DRY GOODS Estahlish ment ! We are now showing a very extensive assortment of Dress G-oods, incltiding all the New Fabrics and Colors of the Season. In Black Silks we are making unusual efforts to please our Customers, botli in Price and Quality. We also Gnaraittcc to Sell Theni as Low as tliey can lic Bought in New lork or Boston ! Any one in want of a nice Silk Dress should not f ail to examine these bargains ; also a f ull line of Dress Silks in, plain eolors. Ladies' Outside G-arments, Newmarkets, Mother Hubbards "Walking Jackets, Jerseys, &c. Sun Umbrellas and Parasols in great variety. Ladies', Oliildren's and Misses' CLOVES AND HOSIERY IN ALL THE NEW SPRING STYLES. We liave a very large stock of Ootton Groods and are offering tliern at great bargains. Come and see us. HkE. J. 3ESL3JIC3rKCT', : Stowe Street, "VgttoyfDTJLX-y, Vt. DANDKLIONB. Dpo...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 4 June 1884

VERMONT WATUHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1884. Tlmoly Sugffcstlong. ifr. Editor :Thero 1 n vlew ot tho wotk of tbo caucus, orconventlon.lnpolltlcs thatneeds eome tuought jaet now. Ueni wlth a few words ou tho subject. Wo nro frequently urged to attond the ptlmnry raeotinz, orcaucns, nnd eeo that eood men nre sent to thflstnto conventlon, nnd those mndo tlio c&ndldatca for ofllce, ns though tlmt ended ttie matter, or nt loat ract tbe most Impottnnt call opon tho clttzen In the woik o( socurlng the nomlnatlon ol good and true men. Many of us havo heoded thls advlce nnd many fall to act upon It. To some tliore lntk tn lt some practlcal fallaclea. It soundn to many llko nn Invltatlon to declde n matter nt n game of carde, in whlch the lnnocont country. man ls sure to get fleocod by the old hnndg. Now thero ls soniethlng In thls, nnd cortaln thlngs nood to bo boino In mind by raembors ol conventlons nnd otlicr nomlnatlng bodles. The fact ls that ptobably less than hal...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 11 June 1884

I TSY W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 1884. VOJj. 79. 4052. NO 35. hihltmmt 0 gfounml. WEDNKSDAY, JUNE 11, 1881. Ilepubllcati Caucuscs. Montpelier. Tlie republlcan votcrs of tho town of Montpelier aro hereby notincil to meet In cancus at Cap 1U1 Hall on Satnrday, June 14th. lSSJ.at half-patt teven o'clock r. ., to elect tlx delcgatee to tlie republlcan ttate conventlon, to be held in the clty of Burlington, June 18th, 1884, for the pnrpote of placlng In nomlnallon candtdates for the otlloen of governor, lleutenant governor, treaturer, secretary of ttate, audltor of ac connta and two pret Identlal electors-at-large. Tlie bal lot boi wlll rnnaln open for the t pace of one hour. Let thcre be a full attendance. OKOHOi: W. WINO, Town commttlee CHARLES W. l'OKTEIt, J Town t-onimlllel!' Montpelier, Jnne lOili, 1884, Brookfield. The republlcans ln the town of Brook field are hereby ren,uested to meet ln the baseinent of Uie Second Congregatlonal church ofc Saturday, Jnn...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 11 June 1884

2 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, JTJNE 11, 1884. JfQriculhmtl. T. II. IIOSKINS. Newport, Vt., Kdltor. Our Agrlculturnl Collofro. In a prlvato letter, a Chittenden county Bubscriber inoldentnlly Bnys: "I notlco that it is BOme timo sinoe you havo stiid anything in The Watciiman about our alleged Agrieultural Collogo. Have you given up hope of any ohange for tho bet tor thero ?" In reply to thls we are ready to make a plain etateraont. Tbat an in duatrlal colloge, under the terma of the act of congress of July 2, 1802, granting a fund for suoh an institution in each atato, has evor really exlsted in Vermont no ono bnt tho managers of the Burling ton Univorsity and their partisajns oven atfects to believe. That institution is conducted upon precisely the lines of all our litorary colleges witli eoientifio de partments, and is just one of tho educa tional establishmonts which the propcsed industrial colleges were to be eo dillerent from that they " were not to conflic...

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