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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 20 August 1884

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURNAX,, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1884. 3 A Iionmucc or tho tiraulto Statc Strango Narrntlvc. iiy nr.v. J. b. cooswkli,, a. m. CIIAl'TEIl I. TUE lll.SMOIlK COTTAOK ANI) IT8 OCOUI'ANTS. Tho hill-sido farma of tho Granile State are uniquo. Many, mayhap most of thera, aro stony and rougb. Farmors can, by dfnt of good huabandry, cko out a good livlng if thoy engago in some other busi ness for tho wintor months in lumbor and wood, or shoo-making. Tho farm known aa tho " Colonol Els moro eatato " waa far dlllerent from many in tho hill-country of New Hampshire. Ita location waa 8unny, and tho soil waa rich and productlve. Tho farm cottago commanded a magnificent viow of a most beautiful portion of tho state whioh haB juatly been oalled"tho Switzerland of Amorica." Ono dooa not wonder to find tourists aud visitors from all quartera eager to apend tho summor and autumn inontha horo, drinking in health from tho puro air of these lofty hills, and nmid auoh picturesq...

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. — 20 August 1884

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURjVAI WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1884. TiRtia JJ.OO per yenr, itrlctljr ln advnncel or H.M If not M wllhln threa monthi. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1881. Nntlonnl ltcimbllcnn Tlcket. FOK VRESIDENT, JAMES G. BLAINE OF M.U.NE. FOK VICE-PRE9IDENT, JOHN A. LOGAN OF 1LLIKOI8. Hepubllcnn Ktnto Noiiilniitiona. FOR OOVEKN'OR, SAMUEL E. PINGREE Or IIAlTrOBD. FOU LIEUTENANr-OOVEIlSOB, EBENEZER J. ORMSBEE Or BBANDON. FOU SECHETAHV OF STATE, CHARLES W. PORTBR or MosirnLitH. FOR TREASURER, WILLIAM H. DUBOIS Or WK9T BAKDOLm. FOK AUDITOn, E. H. POWELL or sicnroRD. FOR MEMHLK OF CONOItESS, Firji DlSTRICT, JOHN W. STBWART Or MIDDLRBURT. FOR MEMUER OF CONORES9, 8RCO!(D DlsiRlCi, WILLIAM W. GROUT Or BARTOX. FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. Jo D. IIatcii of Burlington, IIiram Hahlow o( Windsor, Georok T. Ciiilds o( St. Albana, E. C. Redinqton of Bradford. Keimbllcan Couutr Nomlnatlons. Bnon.- f E- K Jonks, Northfield; ForSenatora j WlLLIAM Chapin, Middlesex. a.u t.,j ( J- M. FisiiEit, ...

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. — 20 August 1884

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATB JOURiYAL., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1884. 5 Dcfcnccs of CloTelnnd. Wo have steftdlly declined to publieli tho detalla of the charges agalnst tlio privato llfo of Govornor Cleveland. Wo could seo no necosslty for spreading the scandalous etorioa broadcast over tholand. The maln chargo agalnst the demooratio candldato, that ho is tho fathor of n child bornoutof wodlook, and the factof tho nd miaslon of tho truth of thls oharge by his aupportors, havo been publlshed in our columtia. Varlous defences of Governor Cleveland have been put forth by his pollti cal frlends, both demooratio and indepeu dent. Theao def encoa havo not greatly com mended tho demooratio oandidato to the support of men who beliovo that personal purity should be among a candidate'a quall fications for cflice. Tho New York Sun, a demooratio paper opposed allko to filaine and Cloveland, has the following review of the several defenoea whioh have been mado in tho latter'a behalf. It ia candld ...

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. — 20 August 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1884. AVns It n MhtakoZ " Was Persls ovor bo beautiful V" A fashlonable throng were gatherod In tbe Music Hall at the May festival. Na turo seomod as woolng, wlth hor balmy air, as the oyos o tho lovely women who played with thehcarts of tho nion who sat beside tbem. Dalnty colorB helghtoned tho beauty of dainty forms, and tbe fra granco of rosoa and heliotrope made the muslo like a droam of passion. " Waa Persls ever bo beautiful V" This waa whispered from one to another aa a young and brilliant glrl, haviug fin ishod hor operatio air from " II Mignon," bowed to the encore, and aaDg wlth bo witching graee " Twiokenhain Ferry." Hor f ace waa radiant, and lier large brown eyes spoke tho joy that comes from the rapturous applause of four thousand peo ple. What an intoxicatlon it was 1 Piok ing np the flDwers thrown to ber, she tossod a rose hero and there, one falllng into the hand for whlob it was inteuded tbat of Stanly Hal...

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. — 20 August 1884

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1884. 7 Tlio Worstcd Stockliiff. k TBUH StORT. Tho followlng inoident happeued In ono of tlioao groat manufaoturing dls triots ncar Manchester, England : Father will havo doao the groat chimney to-night, won't ho, mother ? " said littlo Tom Harvard, as he stood wait ing for his father'a broakfast, whioh he carrled to him at hia work overy morulng. 11 Ho said he hoped all the acaffolding wonld bo down to-night," answered hia mother ; " and that'll bo a fine sight, for I nover like the ending o theae great chimneys, it's ao risky 5 thy father'a to be last up." " Eb, then, but I'll go and aee him, and help 'em to givo a ehout aforo he comea down," aald Tom. "And then," contlnued hia mother, "i all goea righr, we are to have a frolic to morrow, and go into the country, and take our dlnnera, and spend all the day amongst the vrooda." " Ilurrah I " cried Tom, as he ran ofl to hla father'a place of work, with a can of milk in on...

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. — 20 August 1884

8 VERMONT WATuHMAN & STATE JOURNAL., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1884. Williamstown. Oun llglit hay ctop may forco conaldcwble ttuck upon tlio miuket liero Intlio iiM. Thk frlenda of Mlss I.ucy Kirle liftve renson to leel plenued witli her flrst exporlonco ln tenchltig, thls Benson, In tlio D,ivld Gale dla trlct. She wlll Attend soliool nt Barre Academy next torm. A ruiiLio Invltntlon was Rlvon our lovers of rauslc to attend an nmateur entortnlnraont nt Ilawloy Gale's on Tuosday eronlng, whore the Nycs of North Montpelier and our promlslng young comelist, Fred Hlanchard, wero to nsslst. In theae dayg of " concontrated food," ono ghonld seo the corn-fleld on Ana S. SlraondY place. How many fields have yon "concen trated " Into that one, Mr. Slmonds? It U like n Clilncso town for populousneas. But Mr. Sl mondg knowa liow to farm. Ouit ez-townafolk, Mr. and Mra. A. J. Dafnr, now realdenta o( Oregon, cme back lnat wook for wliat we liear Mr, Dufur calla lils farewell vlelt. Wo hone y et t...

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. — 27 August 1884

BY W. W. PKESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1884. VOL. 79. 1003. NO. 4(3. ' WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 127, 1881. llciiubllcnn Ciutcuscs. Montpelier.-Tho republlcan volers of .Montpelier are liereby requestcd to meet at Capltl Hall, In sald Monlieller, on Saturday, llie 30th initAnt, at half-past seven o'clock p. M., for llia putpose of nomlnatlng a candldate for town representative and ft llst of twelve M candldates for Justtcea of the peace, to bo snpporlcd at the ensulng September elecllon, 1'ir Ordkr Town Couhittkk. Worcester. The republlcan voten of the town of Worcester aro liereby notlfltd and requestcd to meet In eancus at the town hall on Saturday evening, August 90tb, at half-past seven o'clock, sharp. l'Kn Ordkr Town Committkk. Berlin. The republlcan votersof Berlin are requested to meet In the town hnll ln sald Berlin on tlio 30th day ot August, at two o'clock l'. st., to Kelect a candldate for representative, and also n board of Justlccs of the peaci', to bo suppor...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 27 August 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL., VVEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1884. T. II. II09KIN8, Newport, Vt., Kdltor. Mlsstntcmcnt of Fncts. Thero are a good inany people who do not know how hard it is to toll the trutli, having nover tried. Even the good niinle ter deolared sadly that hehad wopt barrols of teara ovor his habit of exaggoration. Thero aro a good many Hes going about that aro so firmly fixod as faota iu the nilnds of the people that the real truth of the matter will not be aocepted by one in a thousaud. For instance, we have al waya found it qaite impossiblo to mako any one belivo that atrychniiio is not, neror has beon, and cannot be used in making whiakey. The atatoment that it is not has, many times, causod ns to be suspected as a " rum-sympathizer," not withstandlng the fact that we aro alife long abatainer, not only from alcoholio drinks, bnt from tobacco, tea, coffoo, and every other sort of intozioant. Every chemist knows the fact in relation to atryohnine and whiakey, ye...

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. — 27 August 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN fc STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1884. 3 Tho lliindrcdtli Mau. " Now seo hero, my friend,'' said John Proctor, hls honest eyes looklng gravely into tho tramp'a faco aa bo balancod a dirao on tho tip of hls flnger, " 1'm not goiag to read you a homfly on the aubjeot of Ubor, but I want to preaent for your conalderntiou a little matter of statlstica. You know, aa well aa I, that the torritory ia swarming with men of your clasa. No less than six, beggiDg for monoy, have etopped me on tho atreeta to-day, while down thuro at tho yard " indloating with hla hand a row of tall lumbor pllea sur ronndiug a small bnildtng in the diatance " wo haven't had three applloatlona for work in a month." ' Try me." " Do you imagine you would work if you had the chanco ? I havo had a little experienoo with fellowa of your sort. You have auch remarkable appetites." Ho addressed him generioally, aa the representative of a race. "You work half an hour, then come around with tho plea ...

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. — 27 August 1884

4 VERMONT WATllHMAN & STATE JOURNAI,, WEDXESDAY, AUGUST 27, LSSt. $jgntchmm & $otmnl. Tirbi 11.00 per yer, etrtctlr In advancei or 12. M lt not ild wlthln throe rnonthn. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1884. National Heimbllcati Tlcket. FOK l'KESIDENT, JAMES G. BLAINE OF MAISE. FOll VICE-l'BESIDKNT, JOHN A. LOGAN OF 1LUN0IS. ltepubllcnn Htnte Nnmlnntlona. FOR OCVEllNOlt, SAMUEL E. PINGREE OF II1ITFORD. FOR LIEU TENANT-OOVERNOR, EBENBZER J. ORMSBEE Or DRAKDOKi FOR 8ECRETAKY OF STATE, CHARLES W. PORTER or I0NI1'U!K. FOR TREAStUtER, WILLIAM H. DUBOIS Or WKSI RANDOLril FOR AUD1TOU, E. H. POWELL or mciiFoBD. FOR MEMBER OF CONOKKS9, First IJHIRIOI, JOHN W. BTEWART Or MlDDLKBl'RT. FOR MEMllKIt OF CONOR.r.89, BnooSD DlSTEICT, WILLIAM W. GROUT or BARTON TOR rUESIDENTIAL ELECTOltS, Jo D. Hatcii of liurltngton, IIiiiam Haulow of Windsor, Gkokoii T. Childs o( St. Albana, E. C. Hkdinoton of Bradford. Ileimbllcan Comity Nomlnntlona. Vnr 5nimrnra J E K JONKa, Northfield) rorS0Dntor8 William Ciiaimn,...

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. — 27 August 1884

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1884. 5 matter to securo legal redresa wlilch would bo la nny degree gatlsfactory, nnd go he took stimmary vongennco hlmself. A post mortcm exnminntlon of Carr's remalna was made Sunday afternoon by Drs. J. M. nnd Edward Temploton nnd J. K. Macomber, tlio reault of whlch malnly confltmed tlio report ns nbovo glvon, Sanders' hearlng wlll bo be foro Justlce W. G. Forrln, wlio slgncd the pa perg ln tho cnse, but lio wlll doubtleas walve nn examlnAtlon, ns tlioio can bo na dtspnte ns to the fact of the murder. Tho defence wlll bo "emotlonal Insnnlty " Knst Montpelier. Mr. Klllott, gf-cretnry of the Blblo Society, ia expocted ti) nccompnny !ov. T. 1'. Frost uoit Sunday nnd speak ln the church nt the Center, glvlng tlio wlllfng-hcarted an oppoitunlty to contrlbute tothoneoda of tho eocloty nnd learn moie of the work they nro dolng The republlcan caucua ls to bo held in the church at tho Centor nezt Saturday nt 1ml f pnst two ln ...

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. — 27 August 1884

G VERMONT WATuHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1884. Llnlng tho Trnok. Ono of my favorito wilka ia along tho rallway ; favorlte, because it 1s always dry, smootn, hard, a good footpnth for trarup ing ; but, moro than all else, because I never fail to tueet several tralns ; and a firodigioua stook or grain train, thunder ng across tho opon country, ia a wonder ful pulst-qulckeuor. It ia tho einbodi mont of a vory largo idea the storod cnergy o the Anglc-Saxon race. Tho othor morning, aa 1 waa sltting 011 a pile of cast-away ties, for a breathing-spell, along oame my friends, tho " sectiot-aien." They are Swedes, and 1 often stop to watch them nt their work and llaten to their queer " jabber." Few peoplo realize how luuch the Americau railway Bystem ia indebted to the Scaudinaviau, not only for hia hardy, bodily strengtb, but also for a certain dogged fidclity, born of hia cli tnate and hia religlon, which insurea good work. The track-men, on thia particular morning, 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. — 27 August 1884

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOUItNAI,, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1884. ew dverlisements 1, Trausposltlons. We wlll begtn wlth ft vory nmall wotd, A bovemgo of whlch you've hcflrd, Transpose thla word nnd It wlll rIvo, Whnt wo must do oacIi day, to llvo, Profix a letter, nnd if lncllnod A klnd of nourlshlng (ood you'll find. TrAtigposo thla now nnd you'll flnd tliore Varloua anlm.ils always a palr. Transpose agaln, and you wIU see What may be dull to you or mo. And onco agaln, 1( you'll trinspose, A Irlond or chum you wlll dlsclose. Kva II. 2. Hlddon riowcrs. 1 Brlng mo the warmlng-pan, Sylvla. 3 The mastor's ordeca came to-day. 3 Tlo that ropo on your dog'a collar. 4 Can you spln, Kate? 6 Sura an' la your head alsy now, Pat? 0 The thermomoter stood at noatly a hun- dred dpcreea abovo zeio several daya In Jnly. 7 Dld you see the scow slip away? 8 The raln la now dtopplng faat. U-Shall I laco lt for you? 10 What dld you find in the lano, inoney ? Eva II. 3. IJciicndiiifrs. 1 Bohead a glr...

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. — 27 August 1884

8 VERMONT W ATC HMAN & STATB JGURiVAI,, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1884. Stato Tcmiorntico CaiiiD-utoctlnp nt Morrisville. The Becond annual ecailon of tho Stato Tem perance Aseoclatlon wns liold nt Morrisville on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of laat week. Kverythlog connectcd wltli the meot lng passed off pleasantly nnd hucci af tilly. The annual cainp-meetlng o( tlie Methodlsta o( the St. Albans dlstrlct waa held on the same grounds fot tlve daya procoding the tempor ance camp-mee'lng, thoso meetlnga also result lng In a gtoater Interest belng manlfosted than st any camp-ineetlng oa the grounds for mnny yentti. lleiaK preceded by tbeso meetlngs, tlio grounds and oveiy thlng were la readlneas nnd in llne coadttlun for the temperance camp-meetlng, and tbey were well nttended Irom the flrst Iletween forty and fltty large famlly and town tents and cottageg were on the grounds, tnany of them belng large enough to acciimuiodate the tnany representatlves ftom the town wblch etectod the...

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. — 3 September 1884

BY W. W. PRESCGTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1884. VOk. 79. 4064. NO. 47. Umtm & Jfontml. WEDNESDAY, SKl'TEMUEK 3, 188t. .Montpelier Daily Journal. Tho leglslaturo wlll convone Wednesdny, Octobet lat. Ia purBuanco of custom tho MONTl'ELlElt DAILY JOUItNAL Wlll 1)0 pub- llshed durlng tho leglslatlve sOBsIon. It will contaln full nnd nccurato rcports of tho pro cecdlngg ol the general aseembly , ol tho dolnga nnd roporls of commlttees, nnd ol all mattera of local or general interest transplrlng In con ncctloa with tho leglalatlve proceedlnga. Dur lng the sesslona of 1880 and 1882 Bpcclnl atton tlon was glven to thia matter, and the Daily Jouiinal becamo the rocognlzed authoilty in all mnttera pertnlulng to tho leglslaturo. Ita cliculatlon among uiembera and throughout the state waa gtoatly increased at each of those BCsslons. For tho Bosslon of 1884 the Joi'HNAi, wlll be materlally enlarged, and lt wlll bo pilnted on new type, Incrcaslng the amount of roadlng matter...

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. — 3 September 1884

VERMONT WATDHMAN & STATE JOURNAL., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1884. T. II. HOSKINS. Newport. Vt., Kdltor. "Crnzjs" nntl "Scnrcs." Everybody who reads tho papers haa hoard of tho " allvorcrazs," whloh moans tbe dotermination of tho Amorlcan pooplo uot to have an oxaluslvely gold coinage as a speoie baais. Litoly tbe nnti-sllver prossos have been trylng to mako tho poo plo believe that the wolvos aro roally com ing this time, basing tholr predlotion on a small decllno, uiuch oxaggorated, of tho gold roserve of thenatloual treasury. But the peoplo " dld uot scaro worlli a cent," and now the SpringQeld llepublican tells ua : " Tho flilver scare is over, tliough tho treasury haa resorted to tho tetnporary ex pediont of paylng half of Its weokly clear- ing-house balanco in Now York with greenbacks, whloh are of course rodeom able in gold by tho holdor. It ia now as- sertod that tho government holda from 810,000,000 to $50,000,000 more gold than ia neoessary to ineot the requlrementa of t...

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. — 3 September 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUKNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1884. 3 A llomanco or tlio Grnultc Stntc A Straupo NnrrntlTO. 11Y KKV. J. B. COOSWKLL, A. M. CHAl'TEn 111. LITTLK MAMCI. AN1 HEH 8TKANQB DKATH ELSMOItE COTTAQB AFTKIl TIIR FUNEI1AL. No ono knows tho ovlls that como to tho homes of drinking men, save thoso who havo beea inmatoa of such homes. Tho aotual known faots concorning thoao abodea far surpaas in shamo and sorrow all that ono oan imagine. George Forest was a kind-hoartod maa when in hla right mind, but whon under tho icfluenco of intoxioating llquora ho reaeniblod a flend in hia language and in his deoda. Indeed Georgo drunk, and Goorgo aober, dlffered far more than Turk nnd Chriatian. When Georgo was drunk hla ohildren, and even his wife, stood in conatant fear of him. They feared hia approach to tho house much os did tho oarly aettlera of Now England tho cotning of hoatilo Indiana to their homes. Tho flrat-born ohild to Georgo and hia wife they uamed Mabel. Sho wa...

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. — 3 September 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1884. rntchmm & jottrnnl. Terms H.00 ret Jt". ntrlctlr ln rtrnMi or $3.50 lf noi paia wiinin mrco moruns. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1884. National ItepuMlcan Tlcket. ron ritKaiDEMr, JAMES G. BLAINE Of MAINE. FOn VICE-rRESIDENT, JOHN A. LOGAN OF ILMNOI8. rOK PRESIDENTIAL ELECTOKS, Jo D. IlATon o( Burlington, IIhiam Haulow of Wlador, Okoiiok T. Childs ot St. Albans, . C. Hkdinqton o( Bradford. Our correapondenta are requested to send in fnll lists of tha justlces of the peaco who were eleotod, and to correot any errors they may observe ia tbe retarns given thia week. itKTURNS Irom the state election are obtained very slowly. Lesa than half the state has been beard from at the time we go to preaa. The detaila of retnrns re ceived will be found on the fifth page of thia issuo. The republlcan majority for Pingree, it ia believed, will be about twenty thouaand, which ia five thousand less than the majority for Farnham in 18S0...

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. — 3 September 1884

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1884. Arctlo Expcricnccs. Lteutonant Greely is full of intoresting romluisooncoa of Arctlo wintors. 01 the parting with tho Proteun, the vossol whlch carriod his expedltion hlgh up withiti tho Arotlo olrole, Rnd of thrilHng Arotioscenes and experloncea, he saya : " On the 28th ot Augnst cnmo the sad part ing between the Greely Mity and tho men o( tho Protens. The little band gathored on tho frozen shore ond tearfully watched the I'ro teus ns the steamed slowly down Lady Frank lin Bay, leavlng tbcm to the morclea ot the cruel North. On the evenlng ot tho same day the temperature sank below freezlng polnt nnd the lcy Arctlo wlnter was on them in earnest. Thelr houso was ilnlshed about a week after the Protens left. It was named, ln honor of Senator Conger, Fort Conger. Durlng the first montli the cold affccted tho men raore than nt any subscquent tlmeat Fort Conger. Later on ln December tho temperature sank from flfty de g...

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. — 3 September 1884

G VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1884. TII13 IIKI.1.3 OF 8UANDON. Wllh deop afiectlon and recollectlon 1 of ten tlilnk o( thoee Bhandon bella, Whose aound iio wlld would, ln daya of ohlldliood, FUng rouod my cradle ttitlr magle epella, On thla I ponder, where'er I wander, And thua gruw fonder, aweet L'otk, ol thee With the bella of Bhandon That tound ao grand oa The pleasant watera of the Klver Lee. I've heard bella chlmlng full many a cllme ln, Tolllng aubllme ln cathedral ahtlnei Whlleat a gllb rate brass tonguea would vlbrte Ilnt all Ihelr muale apoke naught llke tklnei For memory dwelllng on eacb proud awelllng Of thy beltry knelllng Ita bond notea f ree, Make tbe bella of Bhandon Bound far more grand on The pleaaant watera of the River Lee. I've beard bella tolllng " Old Adrlan'a Mole " ln Thetr thunder rolling from the Yallcan, Asd cynibala gloiloaa, ewlnglng oproarloua ln the gorgeoua turreta of Notre Dame; But thy aonnda wero aweeter than the d...

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