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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 30 July 1884

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOUR1VAL, WEDNESDAY, JUI,Y 30, 1884. T1I1! ailASSItOri'Klt, Ilo Jompa ao Mgh ln aun and aliade, I atop to f e lilm paaa A nymnaat of tlie glen am nlade, Wlioae clrcna ia tho graael Tlie aand la 'rouml lilm Uke a rlng- Ile haa no wleh totmlt I spe tbc aupple fellow aprlng To make a aoineraault I Tlionpli lie 1 volatlle and faat, Illa feot aro allm aa prga. IIow can lila rccklcaa motlona laat Uron ancH (lenrtcr 1 g ? llolow hlm lazy beetlea creepi Ho gyratea 'ronnd and 'ronnd Ono tnoinent vaultlng ln a lcap, Tlio neit upon tbe ground I Ile liopa amtd tlic fallen twlga Soagllolnhlaglee, I'm anro he'a danced a Imndred Jlga With no one near to aee I He tnmb'.ea up, he tnmblca down 1 And from bli rnotlcy hue, 'Ti clear he ts an Inaect clown Bneath a tent of bluel Sl. Mehotai. Tho Iloy atIio Trlcd to Nnmo Himsclf. Mr. Jeromiah Sinith sat looking at his wlfo with an air of comical uncertainty, and his wifo returncd tho look with an air of fixcd determination. " ...

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. — 30 July 1884

s VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1884. Weekly Nnws Stiiumary. Vermont. St. JoiiNsnuitv Is to havo a lacrosso o'ub. Ciiaiimm S. Lewis of l'oultncy U to stnrt n grccntnck papor ln Kut'nnd. Vehohnnes rcpuullcitiia hnvo Ilitng to tho brcczo tlirto Ilhlt.o nnd Lognn llags. Tiik lhttcs llousa nt Rutland ImH bcen lcnacd by Mesara. Bavo & Morey of New York Wahiikn llAititis of Danvl lc Ira bcen glvou n patont for portablo photographlc npparuttia, J. C. IIolmfk, of tho flrm of J, C. llolmea & Cc., cottoti tiiniiu'flctiircra. dled nt Siirlngflcld on Sattirdty, nftcr iinilltiessof scvcritl niontha. Dii. E. N. S. Morgan of Bennington, ttgpid uate of Wlllluna Collego ln 1811, dloi Tiieadny of list woek, ugcd flfty-jix. Ho wna born nt l'ownal. A. C. HiTCim; of Hnrnet liaa a Jcraey cow from whlch ho liaa made four hundred alid clglitv-flve pounda of buttor lu tliolastfourtecn montlia, L. 0. Coi.imn.v, l!cc9h Pluinlcy uml Frank riumloy of Shrewsbury liavo caiight...

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. — 6 August 1884

D BY W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER , VT., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 0, 1SS4. VOIi. 79. dOGO. KO. 43. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 0, 1881. Ciirrcut Mcntion. Ir is probable thatolectors wlll be nomlnated ln thls Btate who wlll voto for St. John nnd Danlel. TnmtE ls talk ol another paper ln Ludlow. There Is no neod of it so long as the Tribune malntalns its present Btandard. Twentv carloac's of excttrslonlsta frora the Noithorn road vlslted Wlllsboro Polnt last week, golng thence by tbe way of Essex Junc tlon nnd Burlington. ACTINO rOSTMASTKIl-OKNEHAL FltANK IlAT- ton bag decldod that books and otliot llterary matter prepated by lndentatlon upon pnpor lor tlie bllnd may properly bo subject to thlrd clasa rates of pottage. Tiir.itE waa a stabtlng nffray on Maivin hlll, on the Northfield road, Saturday nlght. Wounds were inlllcted by ono Locklln upon a man by the narao of 11111 and upoa hls eon. No nrre9ts have been made. Tm: piemlum llsts of the jolnt exhlbltlon of the Vermont State Fair and Champlain Valle...

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. — 6 August 1884

VERMONT WATUIIMAN & STATB JOURNAL, WEDLVESDAY, AUGUST G, 1884. Qricnltnrnl. T. II. HOSKINS, Newport, Vt., Hilltor. Gninblliic. Tho Rural New Yorker says : " I fair matiagers, whether church or ngriculturnl, will not conduot them purely, not only nb sent youraelf, but uss your influence in prevonting tho attondance of your frlonds, and ospeolally of yonr children; a vory littlo influenoo of this sort wlll purify thora." Wo fear not ; if wo are not badly miataken it wlll take a groat deal of stay ing away, and groat persistonce thorein, to work a ohange. There haa long boen tnoro tban a fow conscientlona people who havo " atayed away," but the great indif ferent orowd of poople people who do not get into jall, but whoso moral tone is laz, wlll go ; and while theao go the oril will go on and inoreaae. There are too many rich church members, or at leaat church contribntors, who see no harm in " a littlo amusornent " of this sort. Tho Ilev. Washington Gladden, in tho August Century, ...

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. — 6 August 1884

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURNA1L, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST G, 1884. 3 THE VOICK IN Illli TWItlQUT. 1 waa elttlng alono toward tho twlllRhl, Wlth aplrlt troublcd and vcied, Wltli thoughta that were morbld and gloomy And a fatth that waa aadly perplexcd. Sonie liomely wotk t waa dolng Fot the chltd of my lovo and care, Bomo atllchos lialf woarlly aettlng In the cndlcae necd of rcralr. llut my thoughU were about tbe " bnlldlng," The woik aomo day to be trled I And that only tlic goldand llio allver, And ttie precloua atonea ahould abtde) And remenibetlDg my own poor efforti, Tlio wretchod woik I liad done, And evon when trylng moat ttuly, Tlie meager aucct aa 1 liad won. lt la notblng but " wood, bay and atubble," I aald i " It wlll all be burned, Thta uaeleaa f rult of the talenta, One day to be returncd. " And I liave ao longed to aerve lilm, And sometlmea I know I have ttled, But Im sure when he auch bnlldlng He wlll never lct lt ablde." Juiit then, aa I tumod the garment, That no ren...

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. — 6 August 1884

4 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST G, 1884. ktchmmi & $ourinL Tnua $2.00 per year, strictty ln adrancel or J2.M if not pald within three months, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 0, 1884. Matlonnl Keimlitlean Tlckot. FOK rnCSlDENT, JAMES G. BLAINE OF MAINK. FOn VICF..rKE9IDKKT, JOHN A. LOGAN OF 1LMN0IS. ICepublicnn Stata Nomlnatlonn. FOU OOVEKKOII, BAMUEL B. PINGREE OF HARTFORD, Fon UEurENANr-ooVEnKon, BBBNEZBR J. ORMSBBB BRANDOK. FOll 8ECRETAKY OF STATE, CHARLES W. PORTBR or MONTPELIER. FOK TKKASUIiER, WILLIAM H. DUBOIS or WEST RANDOLPH. FOll AUDITOIt, E. H. POWELL or sicnroKD. FOK MEMBEK OF COKOIIE8S, Fiesi Disinioi, JOHN W. STBWART OF MIDDLEBURY. FOK MEMBEK OF COXORESS, Beookd Disirioi, WILLIAM W. GROUT or BARTON. FOK l'RESIDENTIAIi ELECTORS. , Jo D. Hatch ol Burlington, IIiium Haklow ol Windsor, Geoiioe T. Ciiilds ot St. Albans, E. C. Rfjjinoton ol Bradford. Reiinbllcan County Nomlnntlonn. - c . ( E. K Joneh, Northfield; ForSenators j WlLLIAM Ciiapi, Middlesex. AaVt ...

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. — 6 August 1884

VERMONT WATCIIIVIAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, AUGTJST G, 1884. 5 tnkes tlio ofllce cnrry out tlie Intereat nnd splrlt nt the law. or olso let lilm deollno tlio ofllco. Surely no law neoda to bo more fattli f ully ad mlnlstered tlinn thla In rcgard to care In tlie edticatlon ol our childton. Let tlio rfqulre monts made of those who oiTer thems olves as teachers be no thorough that they sball bo puslied forward to socure that Iltncss the state ptovldei In IU normal achools. Theso echools ought to fllt up. Tliey aro withln easy teach of tlio claoa of persons who usnally fur nlsh the raost nnd best teachers. Doublo ttie number eliould bo In tliora that hnvo yot been lu nttondance. 8. Hrpubllcait Knlly nt Morrisville. The flrst republlcan rally of the campalgn In Lamoille county, nnd the largest nttended nnd raost enthuslastlc ratiflcatlon meetlng that ever occnrredAt Morrisville, wnB that held on Frlday evenlng, August lst. A Illalno and Logan flag was thrown out nt tho post-offlc...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 6 August 1884

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, ATJGTJStt 0, 1884. 0 gotj fliq hildm. TIIK Vl.O'WJCIt QIUL. Frora an AlRonquln Indlan Btory. Severnl of the Algonquln trlbes have a legend of a glil who was mnde entlrely froin flowors. l'm golng to the gardtn, Where iiiminer rotca blowj 111 make mo a little stater Ot all tbe flower that grow. I '11 make hec body et lllle, llecause they're lolt and white l'll make her eyea of Tlolets, Wlth dewdropa rtilntng brlght j l'll make her llpa ot ropobudi, lter cbeek ot roae-leavea red Her halr of Hlky corn-topa, All bralded round her headj Wlth apple-trie and pear leavoa l'll make ber a lovely gown, Wlth rowa ot golden buttercup Kor buttono, np ancl down. l'll dance wlth my little aliter Away to the rlvor atrnnd Away acroM the water Away lnto Falry Landl St. A'ienoaj. Klnpr Ilouglibcard. A king once had a daughter who was beautiful boyoud measure, but so haughty and proud that sho consldered no man good enough to marry her. She pre tended to...

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. — 6 August 1884

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1884. 7 Unclo Jotlinm's Siimmor Itonrdor. Unolo Jotham camo to tbe oonolttsion that he would koep aummer boudors. Ile had a "mountln," a " clear-runnin' brook " and " plenty of gardon-saas." To holp ont bis stock in thia busineas, thoro were glimpsos of glorioua scenery to ba onjoyed from Unclo Jothara'n windows. IIo lived on tbe bordora of Maino and New Ilampshlre, and looking beyond the forests in tho valleys ono saw snoh noblo mountalna llf tlng toward tho sky tholr im porial shouldors of delioate azuro a row of kingi in all their majesty. "Shag Monntatn " in the rear of the farm-house, 41 Swlft Drook " on thoother aido of the road, a garden crowdcd with vegetables, and thoso mountain monarohs in tho dis tanco encouraged Unolo Jotham to think ho might keep aummer boarders. Oppoaite the houso of Jotham Meeds lived hia brother John, 41 Uncle Johu," aa tho nolghborhood knew him. Tho two wero vcry unllko. Jotham waa a man of...

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. — 6 August 1884

s VERMONT WATuHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WJ0DNESDAY, AUGUST G, 1884. tTeckiy Novrs Summftry. Vermont. At Fnlr Hnvoa llicto wns n wlilto frost on July 20tli. A f linKGii rcpubllcan club wns orgnnlzcd In llutlnnil Inst Snturday. Tnii Mnrv Kli tcbor llosp'tnl will not bo ro opencd uu 11 tho flrst o( Octol'cr. TiiRsilcsof cltv rcnl ctntoiu lltirllnBtoii for the flrst nunrtcr of tbo presnityearnggregnud 8130.000. Tiik Into IIon. N.ihum 1'cc-k of Hlticsliurgh lo't in hi wlll n lo;acy of 8200 to tho Uulvetslty of Vermont, The Bennington Consrejfntloiinl cburcli linve called Hov. fj. 0. Klmbill, D.L lato of Kituuns City, Mlssourl. A 5Io.ntoo.mfky pliyslrliin wns nrrcetcd, tried, nnd fln-d 85 nnd costs for lndnlglnu in u Comnioii dililik, Joii.n Kkitii of Nortli Pomfret li.is lnto'y ro cclved n pcii-lou, wltli back pay to tho amutint of nbout 81,010. Ai.fiikk C. Clau.ncy of Fairfax han becn crnnt'cl a pntcnt upon nn arclt for BUgnr-ruiik-ing and otlier pu poses. Noitwoon & IIiou'iihky's ...

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. — 13 August 1884

BY W. W. PRESCOTT. OlgnfcJmum & $otmml. ' WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1881 Currcnt Mciition. The domocratlc county convontlon wlll be held Iq Capltnl ball, Montpelier, noxt Satutday. Calais 1ms the largeBt brass band ln Ver mont. The organization ls coinposod of thlrty flve raembers. Tiib nnnual basket plcnic of tho Calais Sun-day-school wlll be lield ln S. 11. FoBter's grove on Wednesday ol noxt weck. All aro cordlally Invltod. A"obnteel comedy"l8 on the boarda ln New York, cntltled "Onr Colored Frlend," the scene of one o( the acta ln whlch ls lald ln tho Ely mlne, Vershire. Tue telephone poles are set and tho wlre ia to bo strung upon thom the presont week, con nectlng Hardwick wlth Woodbury Conter and the Montpelier clrcult. Ir 1b rcportod that Mr. W. U. Vanderbllt has consented that " Maud S." can nttend the comlng fair at Burlington, and wlll show her slsters, couslns and nunts how oasy lt ls to ruake a mlle ln 2:10.1 Joiin S. Kountz, "The drurntner boyol Shlloh," ls now the com...

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. — 13 August 1884

2 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1884. Qricnltttrnl. T. II. IIOSKINS, Nowport, Vt., Killlor. A leading Canadinn tigrioulturistsftye, in a prlvate letter : Tiik Watohman Ib the firat Atnorican papor I look at, for two reasons: Firat, lt is thoroaguly honoat second, it Bpoaks of what it knows." Tbe bigh posltlon which thia geutleman has long ocouplod ia rolatfon to agrionl ture in the Provinco of Quobeo adds mnoh to the force of this complimont. llo llndn't Tlmo. Afrnit commlssion merchant tells the following instruotive atory: "A party ahipped ua fonr barrels of Maldon'a Dlush applea in sncar barrels, poured in loose. When received thoy were badly bruised yet sbowed that it was fino f rnit. A price was placed upon it, but it was rejected as not boing worth tho money. After atand' ing aronnd all day it was rolled into the honae, carofally assorted, and repaoked in ordinary apple barrels. After throwing out tho brnised and discolored fruit,there was enongh ...

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. — 13 August 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAL,, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1884. 3 Doctor Mncurldc. Dr. JEaeas Maobrido was strong in com paratlvo anatomy, and disseotcd every thing that oame in his way. Hls disseot-ing-rootn was in tho oourtyard o tho Palazzo Garmlnalt, Horae. But lt was up 8tairs In hls library and alono "II Scozzos " carried out hla oholcest manipu latious, and made the more doHoato o hla " preparations " o buman rausoles, arte ries, velns and nerves, whiob, whon com pleted, weto dlsplayed undor glass ahadoa on a large table in tbecenter of tuoapart ment. It waa at thia tablo, having just flnished the dissectlon of a very atnall hand never mind to what kind of a oreature the hand, whllo it waa a living one, had belonged that ho waa sitting one evening in July, 1775, when it sud denly ocourred to bim that he had ex hauBted his supply of eoohineal, with whioh to tinge tho melted wax, whioh he proposod to inject on the morrow morn fng into the venous aystem of hia " prepa ration...

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. — 13 August 1884

VERMONT WATUHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1884. $ntchmm & $otmnl Tkb-$J.OO per ynar, itrlctly In advanoal or $2.50 If not pald wltmn three monlM. WKDNKSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1881. Niitlonul ltcimbllcnn Ticket. ron riiEsiDENT. JAMES G. BLAINB OF MA1NE. FOIl VtCE-l'IlESIDKNT, JOHN A. LOGAN OF 1LUN013. lletmlillcnn Stnto Nomlnntlon. FOU OOVEItNOll, BAMUBL B. PINGREE OF II11TFORD. FOR MEUrENANT-aOVEllNOR, BBBNEZBR J. ORMSBBB OF BRANDON. FOIt SECHKTAUY OF STATE, OHARLBS W. PORTER Or MOSTPKLUn. FOIl TREABUrtEB, WILLIAM H. DUBOIS or WEST RAKDOI.Pn. FOIl AUDITOlt, E. H. POWBLL or mcnroRD. FOR MEMUER OF CONORKSS, First DHiniOI, JOHN W. BTEWART or MIDDLXBl'BT. rOR MEMI1ER OF CONORKSS, Skoohd DtaislCT, WILLIAM W. GROUT or BARTON FOR rRESHJENTIAIi ELECT0R9, Jo D. IlATcn of Burlington, Hiram Harlow ol Windsor, Gkoiigi: T. Childs ot St. Albans, E. C. Rkdinoton of Bradford. Itepubllcan County Nomlnntlons. r. o.m.. i E. K. JoMts, Northfield: ForSoDator8 William CiuriN, Midcilosex. a...

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. — 13 August 1884

VERMOXT WATOHMAX & STATE JOUR.VAL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1884. 5 To tlio GroTC-Mcctlnsr nnd tho lioacli. Saturday, July 2(1, we purchnsod tlcketa to Welrs and return, nt $10.00 for three, by tlie Wells Rlver rnllroad. We walted nn hour or moro at tho unlon depot, Wells Rlver, for tho Boston, Concord & Montreal traln, now tho White Mountaln dlvlslon of tho Boston & I)well rallroad. Tralns flnallv arrlved on tho several sldes o( thls ttlangular statlon, nnd seeing no gentleman ln blue nud gllt caps, wo watched to boo whoro our bngga'ge waa loaded, and snw It placed on board n traln conslstlng ot englne, baggage cnr nnd ono passenger car, stnndlng nt tho ond of a sldo track, hnvlng just run ln thero from Woodsville. We took seats wlth foine mlsglvlngs, but tho baggage nnater sald wo woro rlght no conditctor for tho traln nppenrod. Soon, however, lt ruoved backwards towards Woodsvlllo, and we sup posed was being propollod by the englne whlch brought lt over, but soon wo foun...

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. — 13 August 1884

G VERMONT WATtiHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNJESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1884. AN AFIKK-THOUaitT. She itands atone ln her chsmber, Wben all tho gayetj'e done, 1'luih wlth the charm of trlumpb, I'coud of the victory vron. For out of tlint fair asaetnbly Bhe had relgned a beautlf ill queen, Anil now there Is a sadneaa mlngled Wlth the gtory and Joy of the scene. Shedld not meau to be hearlleas When the lel hltn lo think, one day, lle'd found her to " wln and to woo ber," Ai tbey ttood beneath the mayt But now thal'a past and over, Tbe thought that was onco 10 deat the Ims broken tbe solamn promlse, And engnged herself to a peer. Yes, there'a the rlng on her nnger, OlUterinn wlth dlamonds brlght) Bhegar.es at lt aadly Asltfla.hes ln thellghtt And tlie thought, unbldden arles Wblcb lo stlfle she valnly trlea ' Oh, why itld I ever bebold hlm, And wby Is lt wealth that I ptlze. Alasl lt lt u.eless reptnlng, The fault of her llte Is done 1 And perhaps you may iay lt la foollab To algh for a victor...

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. — 13 August 1884

VERMONT WATOHMAX & STATE JOURXA.L, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1884. Wlint a Klntr Clmrllo DldHow Ho 1)1(1 It. It was a sorry scono, that piirtlng be tween Larry Lincoln and faia bonnie King Charlie, in tbo hall of the Windsor botel, in the oity of Liverpoo), and many a visitor paused a moment in his basty courso through tbo corridors to oaat a look of sympathy at tbo palrtfor, if John Ilull baa a weak apot in his nature itis for dogs. Evon the burly portera decending tbo broad staircase, laden with canvaa covered trnnka and portmanteans, rcated a moment as they mumbled : " It'a rough on the young una, it ls." Old Kitty, Larry'a nnrae, atood, wiping her red eyes with lior lisle-thread finger tips, oboking down a bitter f eeling toward aea captaina of evory nature and degree, as sho heard ber young master, aa he tightly clasped his dear Rab's neok, sob ont his final farewell. Rab, too, a dog of wondrous sagaoity, evldently took in the wholo atate of the caae, looking the while into his...

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. — 13 August 1884

s VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1884. Wcckly Notts Summnrr. Thr governor of Atlsona rcpotts that yellow lovet Is epldemlo lu Guaymaa. Sincb the openlng ol tlin llrooldvn brldge, fourteen monttig ago, 14,525,000 persons have erossed It. Tjie dcposlts ln tlio Btato nnd savlngg banks of the country slnco 1880 liavo beon nearl; 3500,000,000. Tmc agtlcultural department estlmates the wliott crop for thls year at four hundred and elghty-flve mllllon bushels. An Infernal machlno waa found In the mall ln New York on Tuesday of last weok. It waa mallcd at Wllllamsburgli and waa addtossed to an Itallan. Tim Now Yotk board of alderman have de cided to petmlt the conatructlon of n eurfnco rallway, to be operatod by horso-power, on Ilroadwny. J. I, Cahic hfls arranged to trot JayKyo-See agalnst 2:09J, the roeord of Mnnd S,, and l'hallag azalnat hls own tccord of 2:13,2 at Bel mont Park on August 1C. Fiunk E. Kvkhktt, the banker who com mltted sulcldo at Denver, thre...

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. — 20 August 1884

D 2 fji BY W. W. PIIESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1884. VOIi. 70. 4002. NO. 45. Wclttmm (0 4foimml. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1881 Itepubllcnn Caucnscs. Woroestor. Tho republlcan voters of the town ot Worcester are hereby notlned and requested to raeet la caucus at tlie town hall od Saturday evenlng, Auguit 30th, at lialf-past seven o'clock, tharp. TXB Obdkr Town Coumittii. UoTlln. The republlcan voters of Itetlln are requested to meet In the town hall ln ald Berlin on the 30lh day of Angnst, at two o'clock r. m., to select a candldate for repreaentatlve, and alio a board of justlces of the peace, to be snpported at the ensulng September electlon. 1'ie Oxder Town Commiiiii. Middlesex. The republlcan votirs of Middlesex are hereby requested to meet at Wllllam Chapln's hall, In sald Middlesex, on Thursday, the 28th lnstant, at two o'clo.k r. M for the purpose of nomlnatlng a candldate for town repreaentatlve and a llst of seven a candldates for Jostlces of the peace, to b...

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. — 20 August 1884

2 VERMONT WATUIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDtfESDAY, ATJGUST 20, 1884, Qricuttttrnl T. II. IIOSKINS, Newport, Vt., Kdltor. The Bpple reoently spokon of in theso columna i3 tho " Iloas," ahould liave bcon spolled " llaas " pronoutioed " IIowo.' It ia a German nnrao for an Amorloan applo, soraotlmea oallod Fall Qaoeu. One hundred and fifty-fivo tons of hny, weighed when drawn in, was tho crop of tho Malno Agrioultaral Collego farm the present season. Tho hay crop of tho Vermont Agrioultural Collego has not beea reported. A coitnKsi'ONDKNT asks us to ezplaia tho moaning of tho terra " magoetio," as applled to persons. It is a word we never uso, yet wo supposo it is a legitimate figuratlvo expression for " attractive." But, to onr mind, it rather ezpresses the power aome men and women havo to tnnko thcmselres pass for moro than they are worth Bomething akin to what the Irish moan by " blarney." A connESi'ONDENT of the Ma'mt Farmer says : " Vermont is agitating tho subjeot of a State Fom...

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