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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 18 July 1883

Sthe nwu BY W. W. PJLtBSCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, JTJIiY 1S, 1SS3. VOL. 7S. 4005. NO. 40. Montpelier & Wells Rl R. R. Taking EffectJune 25, 18(82. Tralna lettve Montpelier nn foltowal Mall At 8.00 A. M., Extntl.3l) r. M., Mlxednt 4.10 r. B.i avrive at Wella Ulvcr at 9.40 A. a., 3.10 r. M.,7.3Sr. u. Tratnt leave HViH Jfti'cr is fntlmpgt MUed at 4.00 A. M.i Aocommodatlon at 11, 05 A. il., MaU nt 4.00 r. m.j arrlvo t Montpelier! at 7.45 a. ii 11.50 A. ii 5.50 r. m. Traln leavlng Montpelier at 8.00 A. u. Miil 1.30 P. i. make close connectlons t Wella Rlver frtr all polnts ln Uie White Mounralnm also fnr l!oton nfid all lnterme dlate PolnU. W. A. HTOWKTjfj, Sup'rMendfnl. F. W. 110BSE, aeneral I'astengtr Atjenl. Central Vermont Railroad. Commencing June 25f 1883, 8.55 a, m. 7.35 p. m. Tratns Oolny South teUl Xe uve Montpelier an foUotvtti MAIL, froin St. Alb-.tna and Burlington i for Concord, Manchester, Nashua, Wor cester, Lowell, Fltchnuri;, Uoaton, gprlng- ncn o m MMlTEDEXl...

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. — 18 July 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUUX 18, 1883. JlQrictttturnL KAUMH119 OF TIIK OtillKN TIMKS. Karmers llko thoae of " olilen llme " can only now be seen Amld the forests of the wet, or on the pralrlcs green. AU antlquated notlona have ncarly pasKed away, And vlews more modern seem to be the otder of tlie day, The antlquo owners of tlie soll could never undertAnl Why folks (liould learn to tead who only tilled the land) And an nlucated nian they dcemod almost a fool, Kor thelr f athers " made a llvlntj," aud they never went to school. Ihe mothora and thelr danghUra once were tauglit to churnandsplni And they dldn't have to rack thelr brahn tolef'book larnln" ln Thelr clothlng waa all home-made, and whate'cr wa wanted moro They could get with cggs and butter, when at tlie vlllnge xtore. Then at tlio dawn of day, when tho blrda began to slng, Tlie muslo of the farmer's volco thronghout tlie liouse would ring I " There's farmlng work enongh," said he, " for all of us to...

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. — 18 July 1883

V VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1883. 3 1.ATIN AN1) OHI3KK MUST UO. Cbarlcs Fraucls AiUms, Jiinlor, girds at Oreek. And ecowls and storms at I.atin's tl fitMlty, And vows that colleg's henceforlh must c,k Btndlcs moio modern, tonguea ohnore ullllty. He carTtoa out liM argumcnt wltli tooinuoh vlgor ralher, fihonlng howClreek and l.atln liiJuraPils own father. Ovld Is dull, and Horace somewhat sloV llang l.ntln nnyway ( there's nothing iV U be Thlnks worth the reading. All of It iiiust-BO. Adams sets down lils foot on all i,atlnltjl fo moro shall yawnlng schoolboys loll nnd labor rtully, O'er mlld Lucrctlus or o'er siulrklng Tully. ', In youngstcrs heads no mnrn shall Oreek i,eSmned That langiuge auclent, iiselcss and lntlpld (l Ilomer and ,i:cliylm tnnst lo burned and di"ned Sad stuff is tfophocles and worse Eurlpldes 1 Plato's a crauk, Thucydldes a boro Is, And l'op Ilerodotus telts Ochlllrctali storles. Down wllh tlio Orecks and Lntlns I ltlp, lioo',ay '...

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. — 18 July 1883

4 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURjSTAI WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1883. WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1883. Tirms-52.00 per year, etrlctly ln advancel or $2.50 lf not fM within three monlha. "Thk atroclous orimo of being a young man" has beon alleged against Judgo Foraker of Ohio almost sinoe h!s infanoy. lHa fathor grumbled a goodl doal about hia son's enllstment in tho army whon ho was on ly slxtoon years of ago ; but as ho said plaintivoly, afterward, " Joe would go, and go ho dld." " Youth has always boen urged against me," says Judge For aker. "My fathor deolared I was 'too young ' whon at thirtccn I fell in lovo with a red-hairod girl and ho stopped my court ing her. IIo objeoted when I enlisted, and now other pooplo say I nm too young for govornor." TWENTY-Foun o'olook would sound oddly onough, but a wostorn railroad, It is said, has issued a time-table, recently, on which tho hours of tho day are reclc onod from ono to twenty-four, inatoad of making two divisions of twelvo hours each. Tho ...

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. — 18 July 1883

VERMONT WATCXIMAN & STATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1S, 1883. 5 Ccntciiiilul Colebratlon nt Cnbot. Iq 1770 General lliuon cut throrigh the wll derness nnd made i pnBsablo road for fifty rnlles runnlng ovet what is now known as Cabot Plaln to Hardwick, thonce to tho north part ot tho stnto. Thia jnllltnry road accounts Ior the early sottlomont of the town. Thelat ter was chartered August 17, 1781, by Vermont to Jcjso Loavonworth and slxty-livo othcrs, but waa not BUtveyod and lottcd untll 1780. The town waa namod by L.ynmn llltchcock In lionor of hla brldo-olect, Mlss Cnbot of Connec ticut, a descondant ol Sebautlan Cabot. In September, 17812, Benjamln Wobstor, unclo of tho renowncd Danlel Vebster ot Salisbury, N. II,, now Franklin, camo to tlila town nnd ruado nn openlng lu tbo unbroken foroat, wltli n vlew ot a permanent settleiuent. lle remalncd Blx weeks, durlng whlch tlmo lio cioared qulto a pleco of trees nnd rolled up a cabln, attcr whlch he returned to Franklin nm reraaln...

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. — 18 July 1883

G VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOXJRNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1S, 1883. hq .girmdq. "DAD'g OtUL." Oh, the vorld Is full o' fnttiem, nn' (iill o' bble, loo An' thcre'n motlicm, dear, a iilenty, thongb ne'er a ono for youi An' there's lioinen uliar lota o' money makes llvln' flne an' grand, An! there' folks, too, as can choosa from the bent on rea or land, It Mn't mneh money, darlln' as stnft my pockets out, An' all the land I own yon conld roll a stoneabout, llut this little cot liotili somethln' not every home tnay deet It'l holdin' (laddy'a slrl, dear, an' that's enough for me. Oh, my glrl she Is so lionny, so wlnsouie an' so fair, Witli the sun forever dancin' an gllntln' through her lialn An' her llps like two red clierrles, an' the mother's eyes so blne, Wltb tlio look that wa her mother's forever ehlnln' through) Bure l'm thlnkln', baby darlln', all the bables erer known Can't beat her tlio mother left me to lore and tend alone; An' lf only she were In It tho wlto who loved me so I ...

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. — 18 July 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOXJRNAI,, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1SS3. A H1T OI' MKNDING. Dalnty little flaiea-lialred Lady of three. Sllting 110 patlently Under tho treo, Solemnly wondei'ng What she shail t?e. Somcthlng had eatcr. Thepansyleavesj Mamma had wondered Who wero tlie tbleves, Anil Daly thought elieM Dlscovcr thee. Si'ddenly a buttetfly I'lew that way, (Wlngs all torn ln ome Itecent fray,) Andtettled rlght there On a pansy gay. Qulck (wlth tho lmpulie A wl(t thought brlngi) ) Dalsy called "Mamnial j I know the thlngs! Iluttcrfllea take thcm ' To mend their wlngi I "- Wide-Aiealt . Tho owScholnrJ " Glrls, what do you thinki wo aro to have a new scholar I" said Florence Mac farland, entering the schocJ-roorn iu a somewhat oxcited manner. "How did you hear tho'news, Flo?" asked Georgie Hamilton. "Ihope it is to be eome ono wo sliall lifco." " I can't say for certain, but just aa I had fiuished practicing and waa coining out of the musio-rootu I overlieard Misa Walker ask Mra. E...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 18 July 1883

s VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1883. Vermont Stnto Jiows. L. S. Djif.w ot Burlington lmd glxteen ol hls ftincy slicop, vnlued nt S500, kllled by clogs, tho other dny. Neauly overy fatrn ln llrldport contalns gevernl ucres gown to wlntor whnnt, whlch looks nlcoly, nnd hld fair to glvo a good jleld, Kbi-ort hau It tliat Commlssloners Starr, Fuller and Dowley decide notto uuuscrlba Urat tleboro'g ald to tho proposod Brattleboro nnd Bennington rallroad, I'AKKKit C. Tho.mas, whllo ntteniiitlng to prtss n. rallroad crolng nt Richford, was lilt by a frelght trala and Instantly kllled. lle wn about slxty yoars old, Miib. Y. II. Tyler of Shelburno v?ns re cently presented wlth a basket ot rcmarkably flne slrawborrlcfl, one of whlch measured four Inchea ln clrcumferonco. A srnucE troe waa recently cut ln Stowe whlch made threa logs twelve feot ln length nnd measured 1,400 cublo feet, the butt log con talnlng ovcr flvehundrcd feot. Viiilh Leonard Sargeant of Pitts...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 25 July 1883

I num BY W. W. PUESCOTT. MONTPELIER , VT., WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1SS3. VOIi. 7S. 1000. NO. 41. Montpelier &WellsR..R.R. Taking Effect June 25, 1882, , 3.10 P. Trntna lcnve Montpelier an falWrl Mall at 8.00 Ai M,, KzprwsBt 1.311 r. M., ML"1;,J-1(' r. a.i arriva at Wells lllver at 9.40 A. ? x., 7.33 p. m. TVriliis fenre ll'e's Jfh'er fott"' MUed at 4.00 A. M.t Accommodatlon at lJ-M ;. M: MaU at 4.00 r. M.t arrlve at Montpelier u 11..W a ii., S..VJ r. M. Trains leavlng Montpelier nt 8.00 A. M. nrA ? make oloee connectlons at Well Ulver for Ar n theWhtto MountAtnsi al.o fnr llOBton an-""' A"y'"Pe" dlatepolnt. W. A. HTOWKLL, .Supi'i'emfnl. I W. MORSK, Gentrat J'anengrr Agf'- Central Vermont Railroad. Commencing June 25 1883. Tralns dotno South wlll Jrie Montpelier folloien l MAIL. from Rt. Albr n.a "urllngton i for Concord, Manclif "hna, Wor- WKDNESDAY, JULY 25. 1883. Local Ilcms. Thijimki) hats wlll be eold for less than cost Rt Vnll'g, Post-ofllco btock. Thk best flvo cent printaovor...

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. — 25 July 1883

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUI.Y 25, 1883. QricuUurnh T. II. HOSKINS, Nowport, Vt., Edltor. THE LV.OKNI) OF TIIKOX-NYKD DAISY ANI1 NAKOISSUS. Again the fair Narclsins blooms Within tho gardenVi close, Its temler flowers, llko roses sweet, And white n mountaln tnows Again,,&long the tlusty patlu, And o'er tho meadows green, Iiravlng tho tread of carelra feet, The ilalsy tar are soon. They come when mnslo fllls tho air, And beauty robes tho earth, nnt sadly still thcy lirlng to ralnd Tho legend of thelr blrtu, Thoy were not of tho Eden flowers That crowncd our mother's hatr When ln her liappy lnnocenco She walked the garden fair, But when before tho flamlng sword Our gullty rarcnta nod, I.cavlng the fair aud odorons bowers Where hcavenly balm was shedl Out f rom the home of all thelr joy, The garden rlcli and raro, They bore llie burden of thelr sln, Thelr shamo and thelr desp.il r. The earth accursed, wlth sullen frown, Received thelr wanderlng feet, And not...

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. — 25 July 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAk, WEDNESPAY, JULY 25, 1883. ItfO SWNNKT8. (IBIFAT To)CCI011T. I. Mlno l the elder rlght, the alncleot Ihrone, The pnrple ot the centurles 1 mlne ! The blrthplaee ot tlie tace, 1U Urltest hrtno Was to my ever-bloomlng gardtms known. Upon mjr dewy, sunrlie Mopes hhs grown Tho tree ot knowledjte, of wbose rrnlt dlvlne, Havo feasted bard and ssge, a noMe Unei The fonntalns of all littory are ray own. My flelds are whlto wlth hsrvcsts of brave deeda, And rlch wlth blood of hcroes, and the (ilr Ia sweet wlth songs of victory heard afar. Mlne are the eWf r gods, tho cradle creeds Of the wlld North, the flery Botttlu and fair On my horlzon rose the Uethlehcm atar ' 0CC1DEHT 10 OKIIHT. lt. Wear thy prond honorn still, lmpertal Kait, Thoa warrlor of the agea I bnt for ine )hm a new day, a falrer hlatory Tbnn orer graced tho scroll of seer or prlest. For Llberty, from anelent thtall releafed, Calls to thenatlons orer land and sea, . To all oprressed, who sho...

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. — 25 July 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE ,TOXJKNAT WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1883. WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1883. Tibks-$2.00 tor yor "trlctty ln dvanco or 2.S0 If not cald within thrce montht. Tiii: colorod pross nssoolation at St. Louls resolved ia favor of spolllng ncgro with a capital " N." And why not whito man wlth as much proprioty ? A Whito Man ls as good as a nig Negro, any day. IIkfkrkiko to tho Tildon booni, tliat outspoken domocratio Bheot, tho Brooklyn Eagle, says : " Would not tho party out a ludlcrons ilguro ahouting about a fraud that ought to havo beon redrossed in 1880, which it had tho opportunity to redresa, and whioh it deolined to give battle for. In this respoct tho party would not bo nnliko a woman who should como to court complaining of rape oight yoars aftcr it was committed, and saying that she had just woko up to theonormity oftho outrage." Tiie old-faahioned democrats of Ohio do not tako very kindly to Judgo Hoadly aa tho nomineo of tho party for governor. Ilis preaent democr...

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. — 25 July 1883

r VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1SS3. atnrblo IntcrcSts t Rutland No. 1. Tho uso ot marblo for ornnmontal nnd nrtls tlo purposea datea from tlio romotostantlqulty. The tetm mntblo Is dorlved from the Grook word marmorot, " to spnrklo, to flash, to glcnm," nnd ls nppllcd to vatletles ol carbon ato ol llmo whlch hnvo n granuhir nnd crystal Hno toxture. Italy, with lts far-famed quurries Wntcrburj. Stillman Rnnouts ot Doston, n fotraor ros- ldont ol Waterbury, waa nvlsltor bero last wook. There waa nn occaslon on Saturday when tlio necd ot n lock up waa ngaln exporlonced, Vnr thn wnnt of n nlaee of sncurltv. ofllcora nro compelled to mano gucata 01 prisonors in cus- at Carrara. liaa long boen noted In both nn- tody, whlch may be ngreeablo to tlio latter but olent nnd modorn tlmea, for tho llnor specl- n 9 not rlght tbua to ltnposo npon pollceman mona of marblo, but lt linS of late fpund n or Bii0rlff . Tlio vlllaRO sbould flt up at onco tlval of no inoan p...

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. — 25 July 1883

0 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1883. XUK BTItANQKlt. AS EAITERM IKOKKD. An aged man came late to Abraham'a tent. Tho aky wasdark, and all tho rlaln waa bare. Hs aikf d for bread hla strrngth waa well-nlgh pnt III baggard look lmplored the tendereat care. The food waa bronght. He lat wltli thankful eyes, Hut ipaka no grace; nor bowed he toward the eaat, Safe-ehi'ltered lierc f rom datk and angry aklea, The bonnteona table aeemed a rojal feait. But ere hU hand had tonched the temntlng fare, The Patrlarch roae, and leanlng on hla rod, " Stranger," he aald, " doat thou not bow ln prater f Doat thott not fcar, doat thou not wotihlp, Ood ? " Heanawered, "Nay." The Patrlarch aadljr aaldi " Tboa bait my plty. Ool eat not my bread I " Another CAtne that wlld and fearfnl night. The flercn wlndt raged, and darker grew the aky j But all the tent waa fllled wlth wondrona llght. And Abraham knew the Lord hla Ood waa ntgh. " Where la that aged mn?" the Preence aald, "...

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. — 25 July 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAI,, WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1883. goti ltihtmt. 8UMM1SII SLISIOH llKLLS. Dld you, of A summcr'a gloamlng, Whllo the oventog wlnds iv e roamlnff, Catchlng f ragrance aa they new Frora the bedi where roaes Mew, Ever he ar, Kar or ncar, Slelgh-bells tlnkllng, sof t aml dear ? When the flte-flles llt the bushe.', Gently ebbed thtough reeds and rushca Twlnkllng btook or placlit rlver, Sllpplng tmoothly on f orever, Dld jou hear, far or near, Blelgh-bella Unttllng, oft and clear? Dld your fancy brlng yoa back To a snowy-trodden track, lllrches clad ln armor brlglit, Jloon ln heaven and flelds oi white? Like a flash On yoa datti, olcrrlly the slclgh-bella clash ? But this mellow, myetlc chlme That yoa Lear ln aummer tliue la the plplng ot the toads, Chorus (roin thelr tree-abodu. Tlog-a-llng, Hear them slng, Unlversal antbetn rlng. I Ullly Maklug CnllB. " I don't see why my mamrna .couldn't let mo go and she s going tcf make calls too she and Katie. I lioair...

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. — 25 July 1883

s VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUIiY 23, 1883. Ycrmont Stnto Nows. A lynx haa rocently been soen ln Greensboro. Lyndonville has just purchasod a flre en glno. TnKHE la a school In Waterville havlng only one scholar. Tiib Hennlngton artealan woll has boeu aunk to the depth ot 830 feot. The Bennington Kntttlng Coinpany liavo Btatted thelr wotk agaln. The Rtformer wnnts tho Brattleboro band tnado tbe reglmontal band. The oarnlngs of tho Woodstock rallroad do not turn out well thls year. The post ofllco nt liast Hardwick has recently been tnado a money order olllco. The Free Press assoclatlon ls to Issuo a dl rectory of Burlington nnd Winooski. About twentyfive persons from Wells Rlver are camplng at Ilalls' pond ln Groton. The freshman class at Middlebury collego numbers fourtoen so far, four bolng young women. EiaiiT moro Ely mlnerg arrlved last week nt Sutherland I'alls and have gouo to work ln the quarrles. The rassumpslo rallroad cornpany has de clded tobnllda f...

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. — 1 August 1883

BY W. W. PMESCOTx. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, ATJGUST 1, 1883. VOL. 78. 4007. NO. 42. lixtthmn & Jfoitmnl WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 1. 1883. Currcnt lUentloi.. j A company has beon formed nt Snowsjvlllo to bulld a telepliono llne from tliat vlllage to West Randolph. TnE next meetlng ln. tho Morso school-houso, Kaet Montpelier, conducted by Her. Mr, Wrlght, la to bo lield August nintlecnth. St. JonNsiicitY has been declded upon as tho place ot tho next encampment o( tlio Ver mont mllltin. It wlll bo beld September 4-8. Thk Calais Chrlstlan Sunday-school wlll hold tbelr plcnlo In S. S. Fuller'a grovo, Wednesday, AngustlSth. East Calais, Worcester and Wood bury are cordlally lnvlted. Refohmeh: "We would llke to inform tho newspapera up north that Colonol Hookcr wlll not begln that cnrrlago trlp tiirough tho state untll ho gets tbrongh wlth hls Sabbath-school plcnlcs." Thk Sprlngfield RepubU:an Is authorlty for the statement that ex-Governor Smlth has ln formcd a reporter of tbe Washington...

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. — 1 August 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOLIRNAIj, WEDNfcSDAY, AUGTJST 1, 1883. 7 T. II. HOSKINS, Newport, Vt., Kclllor. TlIUl'OTATO. Fair wcnlcnt, what rcreon, lnt or slnner, Ilut welcomoa tliee each day upon lila table, Kapeclally at nooa aervcd for hla dtnner, Frcah froni thy liln or stialterlnit bed of aabte I How would a brefatoak look wltliout thee, faclng Wlth thy inltd evea Its bfushcn falnt anrl tender7 How would It taate wittiotit thy round form graclng Tho dlsu o'ar whlch lta t avory juicea wander ? Wlth nuratlng aldcs, dry a A roaated chcatnut, WHh flne-gralned, atarcliy fleah ilplng plateful What man, though eplcure te be, wouldbaate not To do llifo ample Jusllce and be grateful? When deaaert comea, a flaky paito or puddlng, lt follows well, i grantf oftlmca wo need ll llut woe to lt, though plums Ita Rldes are atuddlng, It thou doat not, fair tuber, Just preorde lt. Old Ireland llfts her beart each year and blcaca Thee aa lier f rlend ( when corn and wlne hare vanlahed Thou haat...

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. — 1 August 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUmSTAL, WEDNESDAY, AUGXJST 1, 1883. 3 BOMK OLI 8011101 HOOKS. I have been back to my hotnP ag lln , To the place whcre t ni Wira, I have heiril tlie v. Ind f rom llie stormy uialn ' Uo rustllng lliroiiati llie corn I have wen the purnle lillls oncf morci I have ftood on Iho rocky roasl Where the wavcs storm luland to the hor llut the tlilng lliat toucheil me nipst Wa ft little loalhcr (trnji that kept Home schoolbooks, tattered antl torn I I Mftlied, I smllod, I could Iiave wept, Wbcn I came on them one moriii 1 For I thonRht of the inerry little lad, ln the mornlnga swcetand cool, lf weatlier wai good or wealher bad, (lolng whlstllng off to school. 2lj flngers umlldthe strap agaln, ' Alnl I thought how my hand has chanced, And hatf ln longlng, and halt ln paln, llackward my memory ranged. There was llie grnmmar I knew so well-i I illdn't remember a rules Aml the old blue speller I used to spoll lletter than any ln tchooli And the wonderful geography I...

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. — 1 August 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, AUGTJST 1, 1883. WKDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1883. Tbiu 8J.C0 per year, itrlctly ln advanco j or tJ.50 If not pald wlthln tliree month). Wiiile England puts an embargo on tunneHng tho English chanuel, Fronoh and Spanish entorpriso is organizing to tun nol tho straits of Gibraltar. Clvilization thro' suoh an opening may asslst to dispel tho shadows from tho " datk continent," but tho present commorcial interoourso betwcen tho two countries at that point would hardly seom to warrant tho under taking. Captain Wkmii, tho English cham plon swimmer, undertook last week to swim tho rapids of Niagara. It waa a fool-hardy, a suicidal undertaking, Ile disappeared ia tho fierco eddies of tho atream, a fitful glanco was oaught of a man tossed by tho rushing stream and this waa tho last Been of Captain AVebb till Saturday aftornoon when his body was recovered noar Lewiston, N. Y. Ex'Goveunor Seymouk of New York, tho politioal sago of Deerfield, will los...

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