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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 25 June 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1884. SPRING OPENING ! GRAND DISPLAY OF New Spiing Goods at KNIGHT S DRY GOODS Estalilish ment ! 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 makirig imusual efforts to please our Custoiners, botk in Price and Quality. We also Guaraiitcc to Sell Tliem as Low as they can bc Bongkt in New York or Bolton ! Any one in want of a nice Silk Dress skould not f ail to examine tkese bargains ; also a full line of Dress Silks in plain colors. Ladies' Outside Garments, Newmarkets, Motber Hubbards "Walking Jackets, Jerseys, &c. Sun Umbrellas and Parasols in great variety. Ladies', 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 tliem at great bargains. Come and see us. TiE. JESLJNTICjrlECT? - - - SgtQro Street, WaterTpnry, Vt. A Tnlk wltli tho Boys. " Hurry ...

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 June 1884

VERMONT WATUHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1384. Orango Cotnity Court. Tho followlng are gomo of tlio truo bllls foaud by the grand jury: St&to vs. Adftllne M. Marston, kecping a hotne of 111 frimo, b.ill enterod nnd fixed nt $350; State vs. Edson Magoon, larccny, ball llxod at $200; Stato vt. Georgo Smlth nnd Almon Kcitli, assatilt nnd baltery, ball fixed rttSlOO; Stntet). David K. Flatt, assault and battery, ball fixod at 8G00. A. M. Carpenter tb. Town of Corinth. "Ihla was an nctfon oa tho caso for the recovory o( damagos for an lnjury clalmed to liavo liap poned nponn hlgbway In said town of Corinth. The lnjury la alleged to have bcen iccclvcd ln November, 1880, just boforo the pasMgeof the act rcpeallng the old hlgbway nct. Tho In Bnfllcloncy complalned of uy the plalntlff was the exlstenco of a deep gully ln tho mlddlo of tbe road. lt wbb clalmed by tho plalntlff that IiIb horses stepped upon a dry buah or notno thlngelso ln tho roadias crockery or glassware...

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. — 2 July 1884

Itje MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1S84. VOIi. 79. 4055. NO. 38. BY W. W. PRESCOTT. jgHnMtmdn & $anmnL WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1881. Orange County Convciitlon. Spcclal illpatch lo Vkrmoxt Waiohman. Chelsea, Vt., July 1, 1884. Tho first delo gate republlcan conventlon everhold ln Orange county sat horo to-day. Flve delegates from each town wero present eighty-flve In all. llon. Lyman G. IHnckley of Chelsea proslded; Hon. Chester Dickey of Washington and Hon. Harvoy Dodge of Thetford were tho vlce-prcsl-dents; Lewis r. Thayer, editor of the West Randolph llerald, and W. D. Ladd of New bury, secretarlcs. The followlng nomlnatlons wero mado: Senators, H. C. McDufteo of Bradford and S. 13. nobard of Chelsea; asBlst ant judges, Joseph Tlbbetts of West Fairlee and Cyrus U. Lathrop of Williamstown; judges of probate, John A. Tenney of Corinth (Brad ford distrlct) and Willlam II. Nlchols of Draln treo (Randolph distrlct) ; stato's attorney, K. W. Smlth of Wells Rlver; sherlff, L. P. Bar...

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

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, JTJLY 2, 1884. 2 JfQrhnlfMnl. T. II. HOSKINS, Newport. Vt., Edltor. Pkksident Gahfield, whilo nt Wil Hani8 Collego, wroto honie to a (riond : " 1 find n great many brilliant mlnds here, but I find acarcoly ono that has any con ooption or corroot ideaa of tho praotical necossities lor tho praotical duties of lifo. If I galn nothing olse by tho oourao, I shall rid myself of that revorentlal awo that somo of us havo beon acouatomed to feel for a man with moro shoep-akin than aenso." The idea is impreased upon tho minda of young men from tho timo they go to collogo till they loave that they muat fit themaelvea for somo " higher " statlon in lifo than being a moohanic, a merohant, or a farmer. Onr childron aro led to be ltovo that manual labor ia dogradlng, is bonoath them. And yet the beat oppor tunltioa in lifo aie allied with, and depend upon, a maatery of manual operation8. Tho collego graduatea who aucoeed aro thoso who aro ablo 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. — 2 July 1884

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAI,, WEDNESDAY, JVJJY 2, 1884. 3 Tnkinpr Boarders. " It was a scandal," tho neighbora said, tbat Mlss Delta should be obligod to tako boarders, after all ahe'd been through and heaveu knows boarders did not holp a body to work out hor salvation. And bo much monoy ln tho faniily, too, taking it by small and large. Wasn't her Uncle Eboa, over at Dover, woll-to-do, and not a chick of his own to oaro lor, oxcept tho boy ho had adoptod, who was no credit to him ? It was odd, now, that a man with poor relations abould take to a strangor, when his own flesh and blood was noedy ; but sometimos it did seem as if folks had more feallng for othors than for thoir own kith and kin. Then there were cousins in the clty, forehanded and fashionablo, who wore never worth a row of pins to Delia, and there was hor Great-uncle Johns widw a-larking on tho continent, a-gambling at Baden-Baden, and trying the waters of every mineral spring in the three kingdoins, for no d...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 2 July 1884

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1884. 4 Tmhs-JI.OO per yer, strlctlj ln advancei ot 2.M if not Bld wlthln threa roonttas. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1884. Nntloiml Itepubllcan Tlckot. FOIl riiESIDENT, JAMES G. BLAINE, OF MAINE. FOR VICE-rRESlDENT, JOHN A. LOGrAN, OF ILLINOtS. ICoimbllcnn Btatu Nomlimtlotm. FOK QOVE11NOR, SAMUEL B. PlNGREE, or lUITrORD, FOR LIEUTENANT-aoVERNOR, EBENEZER J. ORMSBEE, or nn.vNDON. FOR SEOUETAltY OF STATE, OHARLES W. PORTER, or uosirKLiiR. FOU TKEA9UKEK, WILLIAM H. DUBOIS. OF WEST BAHDOLrn. FOU AUDITOU, E. H. POWELL. or sicnroRD. FOR mESIDENTIAL ELECTOR9, Jo D. Hatch, ol Burlington; IIuiam IIahlow, of Windsor. "REl'OllLICAK 8UCCESS IK THE Al'l'ROACH ING ELECT10N 18, AS I F110FOUNDLY BELIEVE, OF 8TJCII FAR-KEACIIINO IMPORTANCE TO THE WELFARE OFTHE WIIOLE COUNTRY THAT ALL THE INDIVIDUAL l'REFERESCES A8 TO CAN DIDATES. AND ALL rEltSONAL ANIMOSITIE3 SUODLD BE nURIEn."-fffore F. Edmundi. Ilcpubllcau Dlstrict Convciitlon. A republiean convent...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 2 July 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & ST VTE JOUIINAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1884. 5 Commcnccmcnt nt Burlington Tbo oxerclses of tlio elghtleth commoncement of tho UnlvorBlty of Vormont, now luat closed, havo boen not loss intoieatlng than usual, Perhapathoy have beon moro soj lor wlillo thero has not beon n large attendance of grndu ates tho thlng whlch probably moro than all olso contrlbutesto maklng a college commonce ment enjoyablo yet the prcsont prosperlty of the UnfverBlty and 1U fair prospects have thrown about thls commencemont an atmos phereot good clieer and of buoyant hopeful ness whlch has mado tbo occaslon pocullarly Insplrlng, Tho rlcli glfts to the collego ln tho pt fow years those from Pomoroy and IIow ntd nnd UilllnRs linvo had tliclr eff ect.not only dlrectly, by Increaslng ita inaterlal rosourcea and lmprovlng its eqnlpment, but nlso Indl tectly, ln pressing home to the henrts of lts frlends, by tho forco of oxaraple, its worthy clalma upon tlicm, tho inlluonco of whlch Is soon ln...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 2 July 1884

G VERMONT WATtiHMAN & STATE JQTJRNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUL.Y 2, 1884. IiAST JUIjT. Bhe'a barely twenty, and her eyes Aie vcry oof t and vory blue ler lips seem made for sweet replles Perhaps thcj're made for klaaos, too) Iler little teth are white aa pearl, ller noee aaptrea to the aky, Slio rcally la a channlng girl, And 1 adored her laat July. Wedanoed and swara and bowled acd walked Bbe let me aqueeie her flDger-tlps Entrnnced I Ustened when she talked, And traeh seemed wladom trora bei llps, I aent ber roses tlll iny purae Was dratned, I found, comptetely dry t I longed to sjng her charma In verse Ilut all of tbls wm laat July. Ot conrse at laat we had to partt I aawa tear-drop on ber cbeek; 1 left ber wlth an achlng beart, And dreamt about ber for a week. Bnt out of slgbt la out of mlnd, And somehow, aa the tlme went by, Mnch falntcr I began to flnd The niemoiy of laat July. Jnly haa come again at laat; Wlth anmmer gowna the rocka are gayj It aeemed an echo of the paat To raeet h...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 2 July 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STA.TE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JVJJY 2, 1884. SPRING OPENING ! GRAND DISPLAY OF New Spring Gooils at KNIGHT'S DRY GOODS Establishment ! "WATERBTJRT, -VDEIRJUCOItTT We are now sliowing a very extensive assortnient of Dress Groods, including all the New Fabrics and Colors of tlie Season. Ia Black Silks we are making unusual efforts to please our Oustomers, botli in Price and Quality. We also Guai'aiitec to Sell Ihein as Low as they ean bc Boiiglit in New York 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 plqjn colors. ' Ladies' Outside Garments, Newmarkets, Motlier Hubbards Walking Jackets, Jerseys, &c. Sun Umbrellas and Parasols in great variety. Ladies', Oliildren's and Misses' CLOVES AND HOSIERY IN ALL THE NEW SPRINC STYLES. "We have a very large stock of Cotton Goods and are offering tbem at great bargains. Come and see us. JkL JkAL. KLWIGrHT. " " Stowe Stxoet, ,77'o,tox-T3ULry...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 2 July 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL., WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1884. "Wcckly' Nows Summnrjr. Vermont. A, L. Dinsmoiik. a Bridgewater Baw-ml.l man, hns falled for 53,000; tvsseU nomlnal. Tjir Slamoso cmbassy Is to vlslt tho Kutland rnarblo quarr.cs durliig thcit travels through New Etigland. Tiir farmerB ln tho vlclnlty of Woodstock complain that tho liay crop will ho tho l.g.itcut in many yoars. iTlsrumorod that tho rasstirnps.c rallroad lias becn leascd to tho Connecticut Itlver Kall road Company. Tiie foundatlon for tho new Mcmorlal Hall ln l.utlatid ls now being lald. Ovor flfty car oads of marble wlll bo requlrcd. Two largo Blato quarrlcs at West Pawlet woro shut down July 1 for two wecks. Tho dcmand for Blato ls not cqual to tho supply. Tiib Vermont Marblo Company has sold lts inarblo mlll and watcr-powcr ut llaxtcrvlllo Statlou, ln Salem, N. Y to tho West Kutland Marblo Company for 22,000. Geneiial, O. IC. Baiicock, roccntly drowncd, ls reported to havo left an cstato valuod nt nea...

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. — 9 July 1884

fhe BY W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1S84. VOIi. 79. JL05G. KO. 39. httcltmnn & gfoumnl. WEDNESDAY, JULY 0, 1881. Ucpublicnu Cnucuscs. CAtAis. The repnbllcan votcrs of the town of Calaln are hereby notlfled to meet at the vestry of the Chrltlan chnrch tn Cntnts on Thnraday, the IJthday of Jtily.at half-riat seven o'clock v. t., to choose Ihrce delegatcs ftncl thelr alternatea to attend the republlcan dlstrlct conventlon to beheldatMontpelier.Vt'ednesdRy.July 53. l'in ORDta or Coniiliisit. Eat MosiPtis. The republlcan votere of the town of Eaf t Montpelier are hereby warned to meet ln eancua at the chool-boue ln the Kait Vlllage on Tburaday, Jtily 17lh, at eeven o'clock, r. M.. to elect three delegates and three eabBtltutc to attend the eoond congresnlona! conventlon, to be holden at Montpelier. Jnly 23d, 1884. l'E Obdzk Towh Cohmittke. MmDLKSKX. The repnbllcan voters of the town of Middlesex are hereby icqnnted to meet at the hall of IVllllara Chapln, ln na...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 9 July 1884

2 WERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1884. Qrhitlttmtl T. II. IIOSKINS, Newport. VU Kdltor. Ensllngo ngnlnst Foddor Corn. Laat year Professor Henry ol tho Wia consln oxporimentftl farm triod an oxpoti moat to test tho rolative foedlng valuo of onallage nnd foddoi.com whon fed to cows lor butter. Four cows aa near aliko as could be fonnd, all snch as had bcen in inllk somo timo, and nono o thoni wlth oalf, wero eolocted. Tho foddor and en allage woro both mado from tho aame flold and cut tho samo woeb. Tho cowa wero dlvldod into couplos aa equal aa po3 eible, and ono conplo waa fed onallage and tho othor foddor, three weeks. Then they wero changed about, those havlng had onallage being given foddor, and those havlng had foddor belng glven enailage, for threo woeks more. Evory palna waa taken to have tho trial aa fair and equal in all reapecta aa poaslble. Tho feed, the milk and the butter wore all carefully weighed. Graln waa glven equally to all durlng the whol...

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. — 9 July 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, JULY 0, 1881. 3 THE OM OinmClI TOWI5K. In the old church tower Hangs the bell And above It oa the vane, Iq tlie sunshlne and the ratn, Cut in golJ, St. Peterstands, Wlth the keys ln hl clasped hands, And atl Is well. In tho old chntch tower Hangs the bell Toti can hear Its great lieatt boat, Oh, so loud, and wlld.and swcet, Aa the parson says a prayer Over wedded lovers there, And all Is wcll. In the old church towtr Ilanga the bell I lleep and solemn, hatk I agaln, Ah, wbat passlon and what paln I Wlth her hands upon her brcast, Botne poor soul has gone to rest Where all ls well. In the old church tower Ilanga the bell; An old ftlend that seems to know All our Joy and all oiir woe, tt la glad when we are wed, It la aad when we are dead, And all la well. -T. D. Aldrlch. Tlio Mystcry of Burly. Having spont the night at tho little tavern at Tadraor, Joha, tho uiftu of all work, waa to drive me and my f riend Tae ker over to Aylesbury, ...

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. — 9 July 1884

VERMONT WATUHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, JTJLY 9, 1884. 4 rntchmnt & $otminl. Ttaua $1.00 per yer, atrlctlj In ndvnnce! or 1.M lf oot pld wHhln ttateo monthi. WEDNUSDAY, JULY 0, 1881. Nntloiml Reimbllcnn Tlclcot. rOtt mESIDENT, JAMES G. BLAINB, OF MA1NK. FOK VICE-rilEStDENT, JOHN A. LOGAN, ' OF 1LMXOIS. Itemibllcun Btntu Nomliintlona. FOR OOVKKXOK, SAMUBL E. PINGREE, OF 1I1STFURD. FOK LIEUTENANT-OOVKRNOK, BBBNBZBR J. ORMSBEB, or BRANDON. FOR BECRETARY OF STATE, OHARLBS W. PORTBR, OF MONTFKL1KR. FOIt TREASUKER, WILLIAM H. DUBOIS, Or WEST RANDOLPH. FOIl ACUITOlt, E. H. POWBLL, or stcnroRD. FOU mESlDEKTIAL ELKCTORS, . Jo D. Hatoh, of Burlington; IIiuam IIaiilow, of Windsor. "KEVU11LIUAN 8UCCE3S IN THE ArPUOACH INO ELECTION 18, A8 I l'ROFOUNHLT I1ELIEVE, OF 8UCH FAR-REACIHXG IMFORTANCE TO TIIE WELFARE OFT1IE WIIOLE COUNTRY THAT ALL THE INDIVIDUAL l'REFEI'.ENCES AS TO CAN- DIDATES, AND ALL l'EKSOKAL ANIMOSITIES HHOCLD 11E 11URIED." OtorgtF. Edmunds. Ilcpubllcan Distrlct Conr...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 9 July 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE., JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY,,' JTJLY -9, 1884. 5 Fortr-ElghUi Coiifrrcss. Tuksdav, July 1. Tho aenate pasaed n blll provldlng for the establlshment of a branch Boldlorg' Homo west ol the Misalsslppl. Tho jolnt resolutlon dlrectlng tbe gecretary of the troagury tftredoem $10,000,000 wotth of trado dollars nttholrface valuo was referiod to tho coramitteo on nnanco. The rlvor and harbor approprlatlon blll was consldored at longlh and passed. Tlio sundryclvll approprlatlon blll was reported and wlll be consldered to morrow. . . . Tho house ref used to toccde (rom lta posltlon on tbe stoel crulsqrg' clauso In tho naval ap proprlatlon blll, and a new conferonce cora mitteo wAa appolnted. The houso tecedcd from lta opposition to tbe aenate nmendmbnta to tho post-ofllce approprlatlon blll. Tho fortlil catlon approprlatlon blll wna dlscussod nt longtb. Wednksday, July 2, A new conferonco coramitteo on tbo naval approprlatlon blll waa appolnted by tho sonato. Tho sundry ...

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. — 9 July 1884

G VERMONT WATUHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JXJIY 9, 1884. A 1VKATIIHK l'llOl'IIET. It raln thli mornlng on a tree We heard R hrilly clilrrlng We pcnrclied to flnd tt carcf ully, For well we knew tho rogoo inmt to X little tree-frog purrlng. lllue m a larktpur the ky Ttie bees went boomlng, hnmmlngl White clouds llke dow, fair (hlpa nalled by i No stgn waa there to any eye Ot s udden raln-storm cotnlng. But chlrr, he tilped, and chlrr and clilrr-r j Tlie chlldren tlghed, " 1'rovoMng I" Qulte out of ort Indeed tliey wete That that amall hldden thlog nhould itlr The tweet alt wltli his croaklng, Tlielr play wan planned for ont of doora, When flrst tliey heard lilm calllngt And now a bcayy darkneas lowers Ula pattered flrst, and now lt ponra A If tbe (ky were f alllng. I fancy he wlll flnd some chlnk With twlgs and leaves for cover, Where he can safely (It and bllnk And thrust his noie out for a drlnk, Untll tbe raln ls over. Yon'd llke to spe hlni some flne day ? Only qulck eye...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 9 July 1884

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURNAL., WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1884. Now York's Anibnlnnco Scrvlco. Walking up or down Broadway you aro npt to hoar suddonly tbo sharp strokes of a bell. They como nwlftly nearer. Tho lumbering truoka and omnibuses draw away to olthor side. Tho stroko of tbo boll ringa loudly right at your slde, and in a moment a light covorod vehiolo dasbos past vou. Barely an instant later thebell 18 striking far ahoad of you, and tho wagon bas disappeared into a sldo street, or is hidden from viow by tho truoks and omnlbusoa which havo again taken full possctsion of tho roadway. You may have had timo to road " Ambulanco " on tbo ligbt vebiole as it daslied down tho street, and to havo canght sigkt of a young man wearing an offioial oap. Aa you walk on your progresa may bo checked by a crowd that has gatbered around somothing on' tho sidowalk. Near tho ourb you see tho atnbulance. In a little whife the crowd falls back, and tho young man with the oilicial cap gives an or...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 9 July 1884

WERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, 9, 1884. Orange County Court. The jury bualneas of tlio torm wns concluded on Frlday laat, nnd on tho evenlng of tliat day an adjournment was had untll Tuosday morn Ing. The court la now ongaged ln the trnnsac tion ot court bnslnoaa. Tlio followlng stato caBos wero trled last weok: State vs. Adcltne M. itarston. Thia wbb an Indlctment agalnst tho rcspnndont, alleglng that on tho firatday ofjuly, 1881, and nt dlvora othor daya and tlmea betwoen thnt day and tho findlng ot tho blll of Indlctment, sho kept at Tunbridge a houso of 111 f ame, Tho jury found tho resimndent guilty, but sontonco waa atayed untll tlio guprome court can paaa upon tho questlona lalsed on the trlal. Slatc va, Larry QrQn and Hippolyte Coytn Those respondenta wero charged with havlng gtolen fifty dollara ln money ln bllls, fivo new Bhlrta, elx paira of drawera, two undcrshlrta and two pounda of tobacco, tho last named nr tlclea belng valued nt sevonteen dollara, th...

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. — 16 July 1884

wfttwnt MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, JUL.Y 10, 1884. VOIi. 79. 4057. NO. 40. BY W. W. PRESCOTT.. httchmnn S jfatmmL WEDNESDAY, JULY 0, 1881. Itepubiican Couuty Convcntlou. The republlcan votere of Washington county are bereby notlfled and reiuetl to meet ln mas con ventlon ln Montpelier, on Saturday, Augurt 2d, 1884, at ten o'clock A. u., to nominate camlliiatea lor buuo en atoraand county offlcer alo to elect a county com mlttoo for the next two yeara enulng. Jlepulllean County Commtltee, W. V. DII.I.INOllAM, W. A. JOSES, r, i riTKis, O. 11. 110YCK, (J. A. EDOEIITON, Sated at Montpelier, July 10, 1834. Republlcan Caucuscs. MoNTf kliir. The republlcan votera ot tbo town ol Montpelier are bereby warned to meet ln caucus at Cap Ital llall on ThurBday, July 171b, at half-pat seven o'clock r. m., to elect tlx delegates and Bli eubntltutea to attend tbe eecond congreailonal lltrlct conventlon, to be bolden ln tbls vlllage, July 23d, 18S4. I'ib Obdib Town Couuittih. Biblih, The republlcan ...

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. — 16 July 1884

2 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAX,, WEDNESDAY, JUL.Y 16, 1884. T. II. JIOSKINS, Newport, Vt., Kdltur. i. Orclinrdg lu Orlcnns Count y. In tbis sovero olimate iioarly nll the popular varlotlea of apples aro too tondor to eudaro tho cold. Tho ofiorta of nll nurserymen out of tho county to furnlsh oroharda havo fallod I say tholr eilorts iftllod, beoause I bollovo thoy wero very desirous that tholr troes should llve. Ageuts nnd salesmon may be indlfferont, but nuraerymeu deslro tosell llve treea and trees that will continuo to llve. Thls motive actnated Mr. B. Uryant iu building up the nursery buslnesa at Derby, and haa boen the arnbltlon of Dr. Iloskina of Newport. Treea were sofne- timos sold without sufliciently full trial, aud diaappointed both aeller and buyor ; but at the nursery many treea have boen burned np bocanae the trial protf od thom too tender for tbis climate. Dr. Iloskina is not oxcelled in hia knpwledge of po mology by any man in northern Vermont, and if he only ...

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