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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 16 July 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, JUJLY 10, 1884. 3 A WIl'K TO 1IKH HUSIIAND. After tho rocent iloath of tlio wife of GcnerM McQuado ol New York, a sllp was found in her purao by one ol hor dauglitcrs contalnlng tbo followlng boautlfnl pocm: Ono of ns, dear llut ono Will Pll by a bol wltli a marveloiu cat , And claspa hand, Growlog cold as lt fcels for tho splrlt-land Darllng, which one 7 One ot us, dear llut one Will stand by the other's colTln blcr, Aml look and weep, While those marblo ltpa strange sllence keop Datllng, wblcU one? One of us, dear llut one By an open gravo will drop A tear, Anil liomowanl go, Tbo angultb of an unshared grlef to know Darllng, which one? One of us, datUng lt must be; It may be you will sllp froni me; Or perhaps my llfo may Just be done, Which one? Prtient Agt. Hor Monunient. Sho built it hersolf ; and yot sho did not know that sho had a monumeut. Sho lived in it ; but sho did not know that it existed. Sho never dreatned that sho was ...

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. — 16 July 1884

4: VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL., WEDNESDAY, JVJuY 10, 1884. j$nhhmm & $otmnl TiRm 82.00 per jrear, ntrictlr ln dvance or $1.(0 lf not vM wlthln three monttm, WEDNESDAY, JULY 0, (1884. Nntlonnl llciMibllcrm Ticket. FOR rRESIDENT, JAMES G. BLAINE, OF MAINE. FOR VICE-1'RESIDENT, JOHN A. LOGAN, OF ILUKOIS. llcpubllcnn State Noinlnntlons. FOR GOVERNOR, BAMUEL E. PINGREE, or iihtpokd. FOR LIEUrENANT-OOVERNOR, EBENEZER J. ORMSBEE, OF BlfflllOS. FOR BECRETARY OF STATE, OHARLES W. PORTER, or itoNTriuiR. FOR TKEASURER, WILLIAM H. DUBOIS, OFWF.ST RANDOLPH. FOR AUDITOR, E. H. POWELL. OF RICHFORD FOR rRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS, Jo D. IIatcu, of Burlington; IIiiiam Hahlow, of Windsor. "KErUDUCAN 8UCCES8 IN TI1E AFrROACII INO ELECTION 18, AS I rilOFOUNDLT IIELIEVE, OF 8UCII FAR-REACUIXOIMrORTASCKTOTHE WELFARE OFTIIE WI10I.E COUNTRY THAT ALL THE INDIVIDUAI, PREFERENCES A8 TO CAN DIDATES, AND ALL 1'EItSONAL ANIMOSITIES 8II0ULD BE nURIED."-7r?e F. Edmund). Republlcan District CoiiTcntlon. A r...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 16 July 1884

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 1884. from tho rivot-holeo piorolnp the gloom. Wo reaohod the head by a tomporary woodon ataircaso. At Now York thore wlll bo an elevator worklng in tho grea f ramowork of iron whlch ia to fcrm the main suppoit for tho strnoturo. Tho old oieorono tolla ns tho talo of dimenslons as wo asocnd. Reckonlng from tho coro net to what may bo called tho lootstool, tho flgnro meaanres ono hundred and 0110 feet and elevon and thtoofourths inchos I want to bo accurate ; but it is hlgher to tho hand. Tho podestal of granlto is to bo elghty-two foot. From tho surfaoo of Bedloe's Island to the top of the toroh will bo two hnndrod and ninotoen feet and eleyen and one-half Ihchoa. Now, the monument at London, tho loftieat iaolatod column in the world, is two hundred and two feet hlgh ; tho Vendome column, ono hundred and forty-four feet, and tho Are do Trinmph, one hnndred and sixty feet ; whilo as for tho Colosjua of Rhodes, he standa but o...

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. — 16 July 1884

G VERMONT WATUHtytAN & STATE JOTJRNAL, WEDNESDAY, JTJLY 10, 1884. T1IK KITCHIKN CLOCK. Knlltlng Is tlie mald o' tbe kltchen, Mllly, Doing nollilng, slts tlie cboro-boy, IH1I j I " Beconda reckoncd, Beconds reckoncd Every inlnnte, Bixty ln lt. Mllly, Illlly, llllly, Mllly, Tlck-tock, tock-lick, Nlck-knock, knock-nlck, Knockety-nlck, nlckety-knock," Ooes the kltclien clock. Closer to Ihe Ore Is rosy Mllly, Kvery wlilt as close and cozy, llllly i " Tlme's a-flylng, Worth yonr trylngi Pretty Mllly Klas her.Hillyl Mllly, llllly, Illlly, Mllly, Tlck-tock, tock-tlck, Now now, qulck qulck I Knockety-nlck, nlckety-knock ," Ooes tlie kltchen clock, Bomethlng's happenedl very red ls Mllly, llllly boy Is looking very sttly i " Tretty rnlsses, Tlenty klssesi Make lt twenty, Take a plenty. Illlly, Mllly, Mllly, llllly, Klgbt-left.left-rlght, That's rlght, all rlgbt, Sklppety-nkk, rlppety-knock," Jumps tbe kltchen clock. Nlgbt to nlght tbey're slttlng, Mllly, llllly; Ob, tbe wlnter wlnds are w...

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. — 16 July 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUIINAT, WEDNESDAY, JU!LY 1G, 1884. 7 $i!w dvtrtintmmin. "Talc, Agoln' Ily!" " Why horo's Tate)" obsorved old Far well from tho tavern platform. His re mnrk served n doublo purpoao it accostod Tate Sykes, and alao lot tho other fre quontera knowof his approach. Ho addod, with tho peculiar inflection of maudlin eympathy, "How do you find yoursolf, aftor yoatorday? " "MiddhV well," said Tate, gravolyj but walking on. " Why, look ahoro, yo ahi't ngoin' by, bo ye? Why, boys, horo's Tato ngoin' byl" Farwell's tono had changod frcm senti mont to intenso astonishtnent, as if it couldn't bo that Tato was passlng their mutual haunt. Tato Sykes, whoso noa trils loved tho scent of llquor that floated through tho open door, and who always turned in for ouo glass. It of toner becamo more. But two days bofore, a sad-eycd, tat tered woman burst in upon their revels, hor face f ull of agony. " Whero's my man ? Whoro's Tate Sykes ?" Then imperatively, " Come home, Tate....

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. — 16 July 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOtlttNAL, WEDNESDAIf, JtjLY iO, 1884. Wcekly Nows Suinmnry. Vermont. Tiie grand Hst of Rutland contnlns thonamcs ol ovcr 4,600 tnx-pitycrs. St. Aluans hns n lnx of two liuntltcd nnd Xotutccn ccnts on tlio dollnr. TilEitK wcro numeroun locnl colobrntloin of Indepcndcnco day tliroughout tlio Btste. Vkhoknnks hant Ulnlno nnd Icnti club, wlth llou. F. 15. Woodbrldgo as prcsdent. Burlington domocrata fircd ono hundred guns lu lionor of tlio nomlnntlon of Clovcliuid, Thk Sauvour School of LtuiRimgcn at Bur lington lias threo litmdtcd nnd fifty-two Btu dcnta. An attcudanoe of twelvo thousand Is clalnicd fot tlio Foutth of July celcbratlou at Fair llavcu. A TKititniLK storm of wlnd nnd raln passcd ovor portlona of Lemington on Saturday oven ing, July Gth. A Mit. Maxiiam of IlrattleboroTin bcen cn gagcd by tho natlonal repubiican commltteo as a caropalgn songster. Two mcn wero klllcd and othera injured by n prcmaturo exploslou at Wlllard's ledgo, near Burlington...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 23 July 1884

BY W. W. PKESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1SS4. VOIi. 79. 105S. KO. 41. WEDNESDAY, JUI,Y 23, 1881. Itcpubllcan Uoimty CoiiTcutlon. Tlio repnbllcan voters of Washington county aro liereuy notlflotl ancl reUi'twl to meet In inawt con ventlon In Montpelier, on HAturd.tr Auirust 2il, 1884, at teno'clock a. M to nomlnato camllilAtt-s for state en atorsaml county olllccrnj alao to elect a countr com inlttcfl for the next two yeara ernulng. OLAUK KISO. , F. A. DWlSKI.ti, RtpulHcan W. 1 nlM.INOIlAM, W. A. JONKS, ) Countv V. l 1'IIKI.N, o. li. HOYUK, Committte, V. A. KDOEKroN, ) Dated at Montpelier, Jnly 10, 1S34. TllO CoilTClltiOll. A large majoilty ot the delegatea who wlll compose the conventlon to-day had nssombled last nlglit, and at tho hondquartera, at tlie Pavlllon, canvassing for tbe dltloront cnndi dates waa actlvely golng on untll a luto bour. Thore la a vory full attendanco and vory great Intereat Ia felt ln tbe tesult ot tbe ballotlug to day. Tbe contest ln tho Chel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 23 July 1884

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAL., WEDNESDAY,' JULY 23, 1884. 2 T. II. UOSKINS, Newport, Vt., Killtor. ConnECTioK. In tho arllolo "Pang nnd Superphosphatc," in tho issuo of July 2d, whore it reads " our ndvico to mix in about ouo ton of fino ground phos phato rook or acld phosphate with ovory ton of stablo tnanure," it should read " with every ten tons of stablo tnanuro " ono in ten bolng tho propor proportion ior mixing a phoaphato with stablo tna nuro. Will Brothor Dolo, who oopied tho articlo in tho Farmer and Netos, kindly oall tho attontion of hia roaders to tho orror ? Most of ourown readora probably knew it was a mistake, aa we had beforo given tho correct proportion. Fnrincrs ns Lmr-Mnkcrs. " The Waichman, referring, wo puppjse, to an Brtiolo in thia departinent of The Phccnix, aaya that thia papcr protests against ' any desire on the part of farraers to rule the country or to control the policy of the states.' Not bo. The language ia The Watchman's, not oura. AVhat we ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 23 July 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURIVAI,, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1884. IMMOKTALITY. " Immortallty wlll nome lo euch a are flt for lt," Smerion. For me, If I f or lt ara 1U, In an etcrnal gladnesfl. But i . lf lamnotworthylt? Tfftn, lost Atn I tlirough madneM, Knowlng the gooJ yet chooMng leas Tlian that wlilcli promlBes to blcss. Ah.mel Tho ' good-lesi " wearsatmlle, At tlme so eweet and winnlng I cannot tlilnk thcto lnrka a gutle lleneath akln to tlnning, TI11, cco I know lt, all my beat lSy something worie Ia dtsposscst. Tla ptaln I may not ttmt my wlll Tokecp to pasturca greencatt Of some ttealie deluded atlll It loavca tlie way aercnest To Ond, too late, a barren Blope, Down whlch ta gllinpsed the grave of hopc. What power, f rom cholce to prone to err, Sball I then seek to ald me? Jly wlll U no safe mlulstcr Twaa that, alas, unmade mc. Ood'a wlll U bcst-God'a wlll I ctave Slnce lt alone from death can aave. (Jod'B wlll encompasses wlth gtace The ono tlme graceless slnncri It glorlne...

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. — 23 July 1884

4 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAk, WEDNESDAY, JUIiY 23, 1884. Tikhs 1M per year, strictly ln adyanM) or $1.50 lf not pald wltbln three months. WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1884. Matlonnl lleimlillcnn Ticket. FOR l'KEStDENT. JAMES G. BLAINE, " OF MAISK. FOU VICE-1'KKSIDKKT, JOHN A. LOGAN, OF IM.IN0I8. Itepnbllcnn Stnto Mnmluntlons. FOIt OOVEnSOIl, SAMUBL E. PINGRBE, OF 1UBTPORD. FOB LlEUrEKAKT-OOVEItNOR, BBENBZBR J. ORMSBBB, Or BRANDON. FOIl BKCItETAKY OF STATE, OHARLES W. PORTER, OF IIOSTI'ELIER. FOIl TREASUItElt, WILLIAM H. DUBOIS, or WEST nANDOLril. FOIl AUDITOR, E. H. POWELL, Or BICHFOHD. FOR rRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS, Jo D. IIatch, ot Burlington; IlntAM IIahlow, ot Windsor. "KErUBLICAK 8UCCES3 IN THK AITHOACII INQ ELECTION IS, A8 I PROFOUNDLT IIELIEVE, OF BUCH FAR-BEACIIINO 1MPORTANCE TO THK WELFAKE 0FT11E WHOLE COUNTRY THAT ALL THE INDIVIDUAL l'REFERENCES AS TO CAN DIDATES, AND ALL PE1HONAL ANIMOSITIES SHOULD I1E nURlED."-ffrorae. F.dmundt. The cancusea for tbe cboica of dele gatea to ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 23 July 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JVJJY 23, 1884. 5 that tho groat grannrlea nnd manufacturing ettnblishmentaot the lntetlor may beenabled to Bond tliolr producta to tho eeaboard fot ghlp ment to forelgn countrlea, rolleved of vexatloua rostrlctlona and dlicrlmlnatlong In mattera of whlch tt may cmphatlcally be gald ' tlmo la monoy,' and nleo o( unjuat chnrgea upon artl clos degtlned to meet cloge competitton from the producta o( other parts of tho world." For commorclal reagons nnd in the Intoreat of natlonal frlendslilp and protcctlon, ho favors tho cultlvatlon of closer alllanceg wlth the re publlcs of Spanlah Amorlca. To ronlntain the forelgn relatlonaof thla country, General Logan relics uion "tho groat raoral force of our countty," rathor tlian upon " onormoug fleota of approvcd Iron-clndg and n commonsurnto body of aenmen." Upon the gubject of " Equal Rlghtg of Cltl eenshlp," tbo candldato wrltfg nt consldorable length. Aftot btiefly roferrlng to the central Id...

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. — 23 July 1884

G VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAI., WEDNESJ&AY, JU3LY 23, 1884. T1IK AVILFUL. 1IAIU51IKLI,. A harebelt hung lt wllf ul head l " 1 am tlretli ao tlred I I wlsh I was dead." Bbe hung licr hoad In tlie moesy dell : " If all were ovcr, tlien all wero well I " Tln wlnd lie heard, and waa pltlfnl 1 He waved her about to make ber cool. " Wlnd you are rough," said the dalnty bellf " Leave nio aloue I am not well." And tbo wlnd, at tho volca of tbe drooptng dame, 8ank at bts heart, and ceased for shame. " I am liot, io hot I " sho algtaed and said l'm wltherlng ups I wlsh 1 was doad," Then tbe tun be pltled ber pltlfnl case And drew n tblck vell over bts face. " Cloud, 80 away, and ilon't bo rude) 1 am not I don't see why you should." Tbe cloud v,lthdrew and tbe barebell crlcd, " I am falnt, bo falnt I and no water beilde I " And tbe dew came down lu mllllonfold pathj But sho murmnredi " I dld not want a batb." A boy came by In tbe mornlng gray Uo plucked tbe barebell, and tbrew it...

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. — 23 July 1884

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1884. 7 got ? UMm. A CII1MVS SlIMMKIt SONd. flnnnj, snnny. sunny houre, 1'telty, pretty, pretty flowersi Oay aml brlght, Wlth foottep Hgl'ti Como tlie liappy f nmmcr lioun. 8ec, tlie lambs are on tlie lca, Frlsking, jtimplng mcrrlly, ltllthe and gay Tho llvelong day, iiarry, hppy cn vo. 8oe tlie liantliorn blooinlng white, Llko created ftnow ln nummer ltgtit, retfumcii raro Tlio mcllow alr, TVlille flowere look o brlght. Come, we'll go (o yon burnslde, And gather lnoMoa ln lliclr prldoi In our halr l'ut gonana fair, Like rerfcct falrlca we wlll gllde. Sliall v,e to tlie glorlous aca, Lauglitog at tlio waves wlth gleei On tlie aanda, In merry banda, And ppend the houra ln liarmony ? Wclcomol kappy aummcr liours, Wlth garland fair and blooinlng flowera lly tlie aea Of gow'ny lea, Enjoy tlie liappy summer hours. Stlected. A Son of His Forcfathcrs. Tom Brewster was aa patriotic a little boy aa New England haa ever produoed. Hia ...

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. — 23 July 1884

8 VERMONT WATUHMAN & STATE JOURNAL., WEDNESDAY, JXJLY 23, 1884. Wcckly Nows Sumninrj-. Vermont. Tnn Mary Fletcher llospltnl, llurHiigtoij, wlll bo closod untll fnrtlicr n. tlco. IIon. Fiipdehick lln.i.iNoi lina gtvcn 85,000 to Amhcrst Collcgo gytnnnnluin. A voraa chlld of Clmrlos Dlko ol Wolcott waa fournl il ckI ln bed uii tho 11th. Thk not earnlncs of tho Wno'li'toclc railroad Ior tho niontli ot Mny wero $803.02. Foiitv years ngo thls gumnicr tho flrst marblo qiinrry ln ltutl iiid was opencd. A iirancii post-odlco Iihb boon cstabllslicd at Maitlnsvillo, ln tho towu of Unrt aud. F. V. Smitii nml A. G. l'lcrco are"incu tloned " Ior clty rcprciicntntlve lu Uurlington. Joski'H MAscorrK, one of tho vlcttms of tho oxploslonat Uurlington, loivcs olnlit clilhbcn. Thk larccst Congregatlon.il organlzatlon ln Vermont Isat Kut'iuid, wlth a ineinborslil" of ovcr slx liundrcd. TiiKstato Splrltiiallstcnrap-mcetliigntQuccii City park, near llurllnatoii, wlll open Augtist 14, nud coutlnuo u mo...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 30 July 1884

BY W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, JUL.Y 30, 1884. VUL. 79. 4059. KO. 42. SjHfnfcJt'man & $mmml. WEDNKSDAY, JULY 30, 1831. Itcpubllcan Cotmty Convciitlon. Tlio republlcan voters ot Washington county are hereby notlried aml reunosted to Ineet In mass con ventlon ln Montpelier, on Saturday, August Jd, 1884. at ten o'clock A. M., to nomlnate candldates for state (en atorsand county ofllcers; alo to elect a couuty coin udttee for tlio noxt two years ensulng. CLAHK KI.NO, 1 ,, F. A. DWINKI.t., IltpMican w. r. niMJsoiiAM, W. A. JONKH, CountV V. 1 l'lTKIN, O. II. 1IOYCK, Commtttee. C. A. KDUKltrOK. J Dated at Montpelier, July 10, 1384. Tlio Couuty Couvontioii. Tbe county conventlon wlll be beld on Au gust 2d, 1884. It wlll bo nddressed by llon. J. L. Martin of Brattleboro, by Hon. W. P. Dil lingham of Waterbury and by Mr. Frank Plumloy of Northfield. The republlcana ot Washington county nre cordially lnvlted to bo prosent and to glve theso speakera euch n re ceptlon na they...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 30 July 1884

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAIa WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1884. 2 JjjQticitlhtml. T. II. IIOSKINS. Nownort. Vt., Kdltor. Tiio Drossctl llcct Trnilc. All our Atoorlonn ngriculturrtl journals have deolarod, over and ovor ngalu, that tho Ametican dresaod beof sont to En gland was equal to tho best English boef, was sold aa suoh thoro, and could not bo dlstluguiahed from it. Uut now that Chicago dressed beef 1s bolng sold in eastern olties, " tho boot is on tho other foot," and wtj are told by tho Boston Cul tivator that "Chicago beef has to hang longer than beef slaughtered horo, and be comea dry and ihvorloss, wlth less blood in it, and making leos gravy at tho cook ing than tho local prodnct." Tho Caltivator also triea to enlist tho intorost and preju dloe of eastorn farmere against thls west orn beof, Baying : " Those farmera in tho North and Ewt who dlspose of their beovea and Bheep for our eeaboard markets have a direot inter cst in tho war now waging betwoen tho local butchera a...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 30 July 1884

VERMONT WATCIIMAN fc STATE JOURKAIi, WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1884. 3 Kept froni Fallln. Yestorday, whou tho veterans of tho Army of the Potomao marchod through our orowdod atreeta, tho empty slooves and wooden lega and tattered flaga arousod tho heartieat huzzaba. Thoflo woro tho scars won in tho sorvlco of liberty nnd law. But when we encountor a limplng baokslider with hisorippled charaotor, we look upou him with piiy and wlth shamo ; thoao acara were got in tho service of tho devil. A faco disflgured by a buratlng shell is a faco to bo proud of ; a faco bloatod by tho bottlo is a face to bo aahamed of. i know of lnany a sturdy Chriatian whoso poverty is a badge of bonor j it was tho price paid by conaoionce for integrity. Other church memberfl I Wot of who havo wasted thoir sabatance in wantou extravagance or in wild Bpecn lationa; their povorty ia a punishment nnd disgrace. Failtirea aro not alwaya falls. Thero have beon numeroua fail tirea latoly in the circlea of buaineaa, but no ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 30 July 1884

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1884. fntthmnt & Motmnl TiRua $J.0O per jrenr, ttrietly In adnee or $2.50 lf not vnlil wlthln threo monlhi. WHDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1884. NaUoniil Itcimbllcan Tlcltot. FOR l'ltESlDKN'T, JAMES G. BLAINE OF MAINE. FOn VICE-rilKaiDKNT, JOHN A. LOGAN or 11,1,1X018. Ilepubllcnn Stnto Nomlimtlons. F0R OOVJJKSOK, SAMUBL E. PINGREE of lUsrroRD. ' FOU LIEUrF.NANT-00VF.nN0R, EBENEZER J. ORMSBEE Or BRANDON FOR SECRETARY OF BTATE, OHARLES W. PORTER Or HOSTrEt.UR. FOU TltEASURER, WILLIAM H. DUBOIS or WK8IRAND0I.rn. FOll AUDITOli, E. H. POWBLL or sicnroRD. FOR MKMDKIt OF CONOUEHS, First Pijtrict, JOHN W. BTEWART Or HIODLXBCBT. FOR MEMItER OF CONOKESS, SECOND DI3IRI0I, WILLIAM W. QROUT Or DARTON. FOR rRESIDENTIAI. ELECTORS, Jo D. IIatcii ol Burlington, HiitAM Hahlow of Windsor, Geoiiok T. Ciiilds o( St. Albans, E. C. Krdinqtok of Bradford. The nomination of ex-Goveruor St. John of Kanaas to the preaidency by tho prohibitionlsta adds a new ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 30 July 1884

VERMONT WATCH MAN & STATE JOUIUVAL, WEDNESDAY, JITL.Y 30, 1884. StnrvliiK ou Cnpo Snblno. Fullcr roportB of tlio dctnlla o( tho dlacovery of tlio remnnnt of tho Greely expeditlon glvo tho most hcartrendlnE acconnts of the guiTorlngs of tlio survlvors, nnd of tho utterly wrctchod condltion ln whlcli thoy wero found. Tho Thetls nnd Bonr, by incredlblo nnergy nnd Bklll, had been puBhed tip tlirougli Baflln's Bay to tho entrnnco to Smlth's Sonnd, renchlng I.lttleton Island, on tho cnat sldo, Juno 21st. Thenco they stoamed northwost ncroaB tho Sonnd to Capo Sablno, n tnn of four houra. Cnlrns wore deacrlod on-Brevoort nnd Stark nccht Ialands. Men were Bont off to exnmine thom, TIIB DISCOVKltY , of tlio dylng and famlshod vlctlms to tlio Arc tlocrnzo ls thua deacrlbed: "In oach of tho calrna recorda of Greely wote found, dnted ln October, 1883, nnd reportlng all well at thnt tlrae. Tho locntlon of thelr cnnip wns glven na being nt n polnt mldwny between Cape Sablno nnd Cocked Hat Isla...

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. — 30 July 1884

G VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1884. s A Siiinll It.'-Kltinliit?. A little grouDd floor room, a littlo firo in amall Btove, burnlng dully aa flres aro apt to do at tlraea when their blaze mlght bo worth sotnethlng in the way of olieer ; out doora, tho raw gray of a apring thaw ; on tho wlndoW'Bont two girla orouohed togethor, and looking out with facca aa diaoonaolato aa tho woather. Snch waa tho picturo presented nt No. 13 Farowell Btrnet, throe yeara ago laat Maroh. Farowoll streot was bo named bocauso of Ita being tho ouatomary route of ezit from the old cemotery ; the point whero mournora were supposud to turn for a laat look at tho gates which had juat shut in tho nowly-buried friend; and thla aaaooia tiou, aa well aa tho gllmpao of tho tall cemotory fonce, toped wlth mouruful evergreona which bounded tho view, did not tend to make the sad outlook any tho leaa sad on that diamal day. For it waa only a fortuight sinco Delia and Hetty Willett, the gi...

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