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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 11 June 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JXJNE 11, 1884. 3 CANDOIt " I know what yon're golng to say," (he sa'd, And tbe stood np, looklng uncominonly tfl.ll " You're golng to spoak of the hoctlo fall, And say you'ro eorry the summer'a dead. And no otber numni-r wm llke II, you know, And can 1 lmaslno ntiat made It eo? Xow aren't you, honestly 7 " " Yes," I salil. " 1 know wlmt you'ro golng to say," she sald, ' You'ro golng to aik It 1 forget Tliat day ln June wlicn the wood were wet, And you catrled me" here ha dropped lier hoad " Over the crcek) you aro golng to say, 1)0 1 remember that liorrld day, Now aren't you, honestly 7 " " You," I sald. " I know wliat you're golng to ty," fho sald " You are golng to say that tlnco that tline You havo rather tended to mn to rhyme, And " her clear glance f ell and her cheek grow red, " And liave I notlced your tone wm nueer 7 Why, everybody has seen lt heret Now aren't you, honestly 7 " " Yes," I sald. " I know what you're golng to sa...

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. — 11 June 1884

4 VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, JTJNE 11, 1884. Ts&m 11.0 per jenr, ttrlctljr In iidvancei or 12.50 lf not plJ wtthln three roonthn. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 1881. Ropubllcnn Stato CoiiTcntlon. Tho rcpubllcana of Vermont, through tholr delegates, are lioreby luvlted to uioet in con vention, In tho clty of Burlington, on WanNEa DAY, tiik 18th bav of June, A. D. 1884, at ten o'clock A. ii., for tho purposo ot placlng ln nomlnatlon candidates for tho ofllcos of gov ornor, lleutenant-governor, treaBuror, socretary of state, audltor of accounts, and twoproslden tlal eloctors-at-large, to bo gupported by tho freemon of tho BtatQ. at tho noxt blennlal olcc tlon; algo for tho appolntment of n stato com mltteo. Towns wlll bo represontod ln convontlon on tho basis of ono delegate from oach town, one for ovory ono hundred votos, and ono for overy fractlon of ono hundred votes exceedlng flfty east for tho republlcan cnndldate for gov ernor ln 1880. Delegates wlll provldo them...

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. — 11 June 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 1884. 5 wlth tbo moBt sacred responslbllltles that can fall upon tho representatlves o( tho peoplo, we nro here ln tho Interestsof tho peoplo nnd toall tho peoplo of tho country nnd tho wholo coun try, Wo nre licro to select for presldent a mon from our own ranka, but a man whose rocord Md character, whose tested eorvlces, whoso ttlcd lncorruptlbllity, whose walk through the ctotras nnd fltes of public llto, whoso approvcd wisdom In overy emorgency, whoso tocognlzed capacity to put n firm nnd safo bnnd upon tho lielm nnd so liold up the publlo confldenco. lt wlll not bo our clioloo for them but their chnlco for themsolves. llo must bo ono pnrty, but tho wholo of It. He must be one who wlll hold ovory republican to hls cordial nlloglance, one who wlll stnnd for every boat that over throbbed ln the natlonnl heart for humanity, freedom, consclonce, nod who wlll commnnd thelr un dlvidod eupport. Not meroly brilliant gual ltles on...

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. — 11 June 1884

G VERMONT WATOHMAN fe STATE JOURNAI, WEDNESDAY, JTJNE 11, 1884. AFXKIl KliHT. Tlie lovlng sklcs lean softly down lo blona; The hllls reach upward for that inute caress j Whlta calniK of clomls nre floatlng on tlielr wAy, A wlng'd wltli that sweet poace of yesterday. Bnnrias wltli stnglng ln tlie east Is born, Anil tlie wliole earth Is Jubllaut, thts morn, After tlio Day of Itcst. From out tlie wliltc tcnt of that West repose Wepas,asone who unto bnttlegoes, 111s hcad anotnted wltli a klngly oll; And, as we cllmb anew tlie hllls of toll, Tlie wotk-day world, elate and all astlr Wllh eager tuinults, looketli hopefuller After tbe Day of Kwl. Thus o'er oilr path tbe Babbatb llllea sprlng, Through boutB of strlfe tlielr dewy sweets to fllng; Wllh belU of pace to call our heatts away, Expoctant atlll of tliat etcrnal day When aouls tbat burn on tlreless wlugs to tlte, Shall flnd all blgh and pnre actlvltles, And wearlness, all rest. Knowlui; tlio Scriptures. It sooms almoat absurd iu thoa...

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. — 11 June 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JIJNE 11, 1884. SPRING OPENING ! GRAND DISPLAY OF New Siiniia Goods at KNIGHT S DRY We are now sliowing a very extensive assortment of Dress Goods, including- all tlie New Fabrics ancl Colors of tlie Season. In Guarantcc to 8ell Tliem as Low as tliey can toc Bougiit in Mew lork or Boston ! Any one in want of a nice Silk Dress sliould not fail to examine these bargains ; also a full line of Dress Silks in plain colors. Ladies' Outside G-arraents, Newmarkets, Motlier Iiubbards Walkmg Jaokets, Jerseys, &c. Sun Urnbrellas and Parasols in great variety. Ladies', Ohildren's and Misses' CLOVES AND HOSIERY IN ALL THE NEW SPRING STYLES. We have a very large stock of Cotton Groods and are offering tliem at great bargains. Come and see us. Shotland Fonlcs. Shetland is a rather reruoto quarter of the world, and I shoald not wonder i the tnajority of the boys knew very little about it. Many of you have no doubt heard of Odin, the old Scandinav...

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. — 11 June 1884

VERM6NT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 1884. s Orange Cnnnty Conrt. Conrt commenced on tho ttilrd Inatant. Judge Powera had exchanged wlth Judge How oll, the lattor golnK to Middlebury, and the former to Chelsea to ptesldo ln the trlal ol BOrornl casoa ln whlch Judge Itowell hnd boen connael, The cuatomary formalltlea of opon Ing tho conrt having boon obaerved. tho namea of tho jurymon (whlch we publlahed last week) wero callcd. The juty calendar coutalned eomo aUty casea naalgnod for trlal, and of these forty-two wero dealgnnted na nctually to be trled when the 11st of casos wbb called. Many of them, perhnpa throo-foutthg, wlll bedlaposed of otlicrwlso than by ttlal, Durlng tho weok sovon cnsoa wero taken off tho docket, and moat of tliom were those expcctod to be trled by Judge Powors; Indeed, all of the lattor bat one were nrranged ln auch a way as uot to tronble the jury. Tho only cbo trled last woek waa Iloyal Durnham va Town of Straftord, tho unoipected fal...

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. — 18 June 1884

TtJY W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1884. VOIv. 70. 1053. NO 30. Wchmnn & $oumitl. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1881. Orange County Rcpubllcnn Couvcntlon. Tho repnbllcans of Orange County, through tlielr del egatea, are lnvltcd to ineet, In conventlon, at Chelsea, on Tueaday, the tt day of July, A. I). 1881, at ten o'clock, 1. M.,for the putpose of placlng ln ncmlnatlon candl ilates for two Senators, two AMltant Judges of tlie Connty Court, two Judges of the I'robate Coutt, State'n Atlorney, Hlgh Sherlff and Hlgh llalllff, to bo supported for the soveral repecttve ofllcea by the f rcemen of tho connty at the neit blennlal clectlont also for tho ap polntment of a connty commlttee. Towns wlll be ropre sented ln conventlon on the basls of flve delegatea from each lown. Delegatea wlll provldo themselves wltli proper credentlals, slgned by the ofllcera of thelr several prlmary meetlngs, and present them to the county com mtttee at tlielr headquarters, Whltney's Ilolel, I...

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 June 1884

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOUllNAIi, WEDNESDAY, JUNJJ 18, 1884. 2 IgricuUiimh T. 11. JUOBKIN8. Newport. Vt.. KtUtor. Fnnlts Found with Ensllngc. t Somo of thoae who read thia depart ment regularly wlll remember a Btatomont several tlmes mado by us, to tho effeot that corn, and oapaolally corn fodder, ia a badly balaucod food for milk cow". By a " well balanced food " (and tho same idoa appHea to fortillzera, which are plant food) wo rnean a food which contalns tho different elemonta of nutrition in tho proper proportions to aeouro tho reault de sigtiod in feedintr. All farmera know that thero la a way to feed an ox for work, and another way to feed hlm for beef ; also a way to feed a dry cow, and another way to feed a oow in milk. In a rough way moat farmera havo a moro or 1083 correot idea of how to do thcao things. When ecientifio mon undertake to stndy them they morely try by weighing and measuring the feed, tho animnl, and its product, to get more exact ideas than can be got ...

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 June 1884

VERMONT WATOIIMAN & STATE JOUIINAL, WEDNESDAY, JTJNE 18, 1884. 3 A Dluiier wltli Gcncrnl Scott In 1801. Tha " Mngszlno o Atnorican History," under tho edltorial managemeut o Mrs. M. J. Lamb, is givlng ita readors from montli to montli a great doal of valuablo historioal matter. Wo reprint froin the curront issuo an entertahiiug eketcb, not laoking in historioal interoat : It waa on the morning o that gloomy day in Washington on whioh oatno the news that tho Unitod Statea navy yard oppoaito Norfolk, Virginia, had boen evao uatod nnd burned. I waa at tho timo inspeotor-genoral of tho Distriotot Colutnbia, andin cotnuiand of the distriot troopa all the infantry and oavalry whioh tho goverument then had at ita disposition for the defense of the federal distriot, tho preservatlon o order in tho capital, and the guarding of the publio buildings and arohives o tho nation. It waa my duty to so station tho troop3 that all tho approaohea to the city should bo constantly watohed ; and I he...

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 June 1884

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1884. 4: Tiam $1.00 per year, etrietly In advancol or $2.50 lf cot tld wKIiin three monthj. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1884. Judoe Poland has been instruoted by tho house committeo on the judioiary to report favorably a blll dirocting tho ohlef of tho bnroau of statistics of the troasury department to collect statistics rolating to marriago and divoroe in the several states, territories, and tho Dlstrict of Columbia. Thls is tho bill alroady passod by tho senate. . A uisi'ATCii from Richford to the Bos ton Journal saya : " M. J. Malonoy, dditor of tho Richford Gazetle, was arrested and hia oflice olosed to-day by Shoriff Ilamll ton of Concord, Vt., through tho instruc tions of Edwarda & Dickerman of New port, for alander against Judge Iloyce of St. Albana. Bail ia placod at $10,000, and has not been furnished yet. More writa aro to follow froin other injured partiea. Maloney has been attacking Govornor Smith, Judge Iloyce and m...

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 June 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1884. I'ross Coiumcnts ou tho Nomlnntlon. W1TI11N Tlin BTATK. MiDDUtinmv ltEnisTRii; "Thls pnper wlll not snpport James G. Blaluo for prosldent." Windsoh Joounal: " The republlcan party has gOQO In to wln. Vermont wlll glve tho tlcket thlrty thousand majo;lty." Wiiitb Itivitn Junotiqn LANDMAltK: " Tho late conventlon nt Chlcago has dono n noble work. It liaa glvon the conntry n tlcket of whlcli ovory man ln lt has rcaeon to fool proud." Poultney Joimnal: " But lt Is posslblo tliat a man may bo nomlnated not worthy of the ofllco, nnd wo thlnk tlils In precisely tho case wlth tho nomlnatlon of Jamoa Q. Blalne for presldent." Northfield Nkws: " It was a Tlctory of Bbout, .and rush, nnd tlrade, rathcr than of aober scnso and good roason. Tho tlcket may go u p llke a rockct but Beoms all too llkely to come down llko a Btlck." Wkst Handolmi IlKitAi.n: " Whntevor may bo enld of fho personal character of Mr. Blaluo or of hls polltlc...

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 June 1884

6 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATJE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1884. MIUIIT 18 NO MAN'S F1UI5ND. The night Is no man's f rlond t llut It my Lord bo near me, He wlll from every foe defend, Aml lf I call, will lienr me. Tls he who maketh llie night As safe as broad day-llght. 0 Frtend, on whom my heart rellcs, From every foe me wardlng, Forglvo the slns that m ect Itilne eyes, Thy g'ace agaln accordlng. 1'orglve theso feet. which go attray, And keep rae ln the narrow way. Tlicrc ls ono mlghty foe I havo) Foe, fnll ot att appalllngi One look of thlne lie dare not tirave, llut, backwatd soon Is falllng, llack, tempter, ln and liell, Conf rontlng my Iminanuel I Through all nlght's illent liours, Aa one that's iloail I'm lylng l Let wlnga of klnd, angello powera Around my concli be flyingl Etcrnal mlght be my defense, And gnard me ln my lmpotencc. In sleep, death'a Imnge, bouml, Of deatb'a last sleop remlnd me, Dead ln tbe Lord, lf I be found, I leave llfe'a Illa behlnd mei Otall my foes, ...

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 June 1884

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1884. SPRING OPENING ! GRAND DISPLAY OF New Spring Goods at KNIGHT'S DRY GOODS Establishment ! WATEiBTIBT, "VEIdlOlsrT We are now showing a very extensive assortment of Dress Goods, inclucling all the New Fabrics and Colors of the Season. In Black Silks we are making imusual efforts to please our Oustomers, both in Price aucl Quality. "We also Guarantcc to Sell Tliem as Low as they can he ttouglit in New lork or Itoston ! Any one in want of a nice Silk 'Dress should not fail to examine tliese bargains ; also a full line of Dress Silks in plain colors. Ladies' Outside Garments, Newmarkets, Mother Iiubbarcls "Walking Jackets, Jerseys, &c. Sun Umbrellas and Parasols in great variety. Ladies', Ohildren'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. Corne and see ns. JSfcE. 3Vt. - - Stowe Street, 7f7ro,to3rl3XXx-yy Vt AT TIIE ...

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. — 18 June 1884

8 VERMONT WATUHMAN & STATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1884. Williamstown. Elliot Watson 19 horao (rom teachlog In New Ilampahlto. ' Miis. Kd. Cuane tg very Blck at Morrisville, and nrny not llve long. ' MYHON IIUItNHAM Ift ROlDg to wotk In tho asylum at Sornervllle, Mrss. Mit. and Mits. Dknibon Huown co to Rye BuAcb, N. II., wlth thelt Blck danghter, thls week. Miss Fanmik Mahtin ls teaclilng ln Derllu, Bho I probably ono of. tho very best of. our tcachcra. Miss Alma Bknkdiot bas n sltimtlon ln tlie agylum nt Middletown, Conn., wliero ber els ter, Miss Annn, works. Tiiriik wlll bo a tepubllcan caticns nt tho town hall Snturday evening next to cuoose dol ogatea to tho uonnty conventlon. Mna. Euna Cahlton TnMrLETON, wlth hor little diuiglitor, tecently catno from Fnrgo, D& kota. Mr. Templeton Is expoctod ln a fow weekg. Mits. Elisha K. Bdunham, who hag long been 111 from norvoiiaprostratlon, wag nble to be at church lnst Sunday, for tho flrst tlmo ln somo montbg. Miis. Dn. ...

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. — 25 June 1884

fhe BY W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1884. VOIi. 79. 4054. NO. 37. Wcfimnn S $oimwl. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1831. Currcnt Mentlou. At a meetlng ol tho delegatos o tho towna in tho flrst dtstrlct at Burlington, Wednesday, Colonol George T. Chllds of St. Albans was unanlmoualy choson presldentlal elector for that dlstrlct. Seventeen towna out of nlneteen, soUd in thelr support for him at thestnte conventlon, was the handsomo compllroent whlch Wash ington county pald to C. W. Porter ln hls can vass for the ofllce ol secretary of stato. It 18 now statod that Colonol T. 0. Soaver of Woodstock is a candldato for tho penalon ageney whlch embracea Vermont and Now Ilampshire, and that if successful he will move the ofllce from Concord td White Rlver Junc tion. AccoitDiNO to the press reports the Caledonia oonnty temperanco mass conventlon, called to moet at St. Johnsbury laat Saturday, was a complete fizzle. Less than forty votera were present, and the moetlng adjourned w...

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 June 1884

1 VERMONT WATLIHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1884. JHQricttlhmiL T. II. HOSKINS, Newport, Vt., Kclltor. A Yonng Fnrnior's TIiouRhtB" Old Ono's Conimonts. A young man of muoh intolligonco wrltos to us as follows : " I feel that your labors wlth pon and hand are not waatcd. A nolghborlng friend and farmor, quito a studont and thinker, roads carofully and preservea all your artlclos, and anothor farmer Baid, I considor Dr. Iloskins the greateat farmer in Vermont.' So don't be woary in well-doing, but bo assnred the good seed you are sowing takoa root in the braina of thinking f arrnere, and will bear good frnit. What could bo more honorablo, moro worthy, or more eheering than this end to yonrself and your co workera 7 What is this miserable enob bory whioh regarda the farmers calling as of necessity degrading or dovoid of prog ress and aspiration I lf farmora them selvoa will be alivo to the trne worth and dignlty and possibilitios of their ocoupa tion, they would 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 June 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATB JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1884. 3 r, Ue shambled awltward oa the stags, the while Across tho waltlng audlence swept a smlle. TVllh clnmsy toucb, when Qrst he drew the bow, He snapped a sttlng. The audlence tttteml low. Another stroke I 0 ff fllea another itrlng t Wlth laoghter now the circllng gallerles rlng. Once more I Tho thlrd strlng breake itn qulrerlrjg strands, And blsses greet the player a lie stands. He itandi the white hla genlus uobereft lt calm one strlng and Paganlnl left. He plays. The one strlng's darlng notes nprlte Agalnst that itotm aa lt they sought the skles. A allence f alle j tben awe the people bow, And they who erst bad hliBOd are weeplng now. And when the last notei trembllng, dled away, Bome ahoutod " Bravol " aome bad learned to pray. Rn. Charlei l. Thompion, tn Independent. Tho Mystorious Adrortlsoincnt. I was oa my way homo last autumn from a tour whioh I had been making in Normandy, and arrived by a lato train at Dleppe,...

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 June 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1884. Ttsui 11.00 pet yer, itrlctly In (idrancoi or 12.50 If not pld wllhln three raonthi. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1881. National Iteimbllcnn Ticket. ron riiEsiDENT, JAMES G. BLAINE, OF MAINE. TOn VICE-l'RESIDEKT, JOHN A. LOGAN, OF 1LMN0I8. Iteimbllcnn Stnto Nominatlons. FOR OOVKKKOR, SAMUEL E. PINGREE, or luatroKD. FOR MEUTENANT-OOVERNOR, EBENEZER J. ORMSBEE, OF BRAKDOX, FOR BF.CRETARY OF STATE, OHARLES W. PORTER. or xosiriLiiR. FOIl TItKA8UrtF.lt, WILLIAM H. DUBOIS, or WEST RAHDOLril. FOR AUDITOR, E. H. POWELL. Or EICI1FORD. FOR FRESIDEXTIATj ELEGTOR3, Jo D. HATcn, ot Burlington; Hiham Harlow, of Windsor. It was ozpected that ex-Governor Fatn ham would pay oif his politioal debts by supporting Dr. Nichols. Tho latter ac commodatingly made way fo'r Mr. Farn ham four yeara ago and lost tho governor ship forever. So it was decent that the ox-governor should stand by the doctor now, but it was very indecent, and un manly to allego...

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 June 1884

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1884. dato for re-eloctlon. Tbe county was not re pponslble for hls posltlon In thls mntter. Ita delegates proposod, llko ttuo and honorablo rnen, to atand by tho mnn to whoru tlioy had pledged thelr Boppott. Mr. Dilllngham's speech was an eloquont and Impassloned bnt judiclous refutatlon of a most uuraanly attnck upon th o connty, as It was also nn ontttely successtul vlndlcation of tho lionor ol tho connty. It was tho event o( tho day. It was liatonod to wlth ntdent interest and recelvod wlth a forvont round ot npplauso. Aftor Mr. Dllllngham hnd conclnded Govornor Fnrnbam nrose, amid crles ol " Question " and " Slt down, you hnvo boen heard once." Ily way of exculpatlng hla can dtdato tho oi-govcrnor plended, aa ncatly aa conld be undorstood In tbe confualon, tbat pos elbly Dr. Nlcliola waa ignorant of tbe courtesloa of political llfo, an oxnlanatlon wlilcli waa re ceived wlth omphatlc domonstrattona of undls gulsod dlsgUBt...

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 June 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESPAY, JUNE 25, 1884- 6 MV OllUSS. rciuin bi KSQCisi. It to notheavy, agonltlng woe, Bearlng me down wlth beavy crusblng welght, N. ray of comfort In tbe gatherlng gloom, A beart bereaTed, a household desolate. lt Is not slckness, wlth ber wltberlng hand, Kecplng me low non a coucli of palnj LoDglog cach mornlng for the weary nlgbt, At Dlgbt, for weary day to corae agaln, It U not poTOrty, wlth chllllng blast, Tbe sunkcn eye, tbe hunger-wasted form, Tbe dear ones perlshtng for laok of bread, Wlth no safe shelter f rom tbe wlnter's storra. It Is notslander, wlth ber evll tongne, 'Ils no presumplnous slu agalnit my Ood Not rcputatlon lost or friends betrayedl That incb U not my cross, I tbank my (lcxl. Mlne It a dally cross of petty carcs, Of little dutlos presslng on my heart , Ot little trlals hard to reconclle, ' Of Inward struggtes overcome In part. My foet are weary ln thelr dally roundi, My beart ls weary of Its dally care, My ilnful na...

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