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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 3 September 1884

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOUR1VAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1884. 4 ggMMreti. Wlmt riorro Went Attor nnd What lYcnt Aflor Piorro. Piorro Lubee was a bad boy. Was a bad boy, you porooive ; but that was somo timo ago. Ho is a good boy now. A very different boy frotn what ho was. IIo is now tho aort of boy who wears glassos and has whito hairj tho sort of a boy who tolla long storlea and walka with a iUn nnf rtf ttAf ttflin Vt a ti n tnvan cauo, uiaDUinuj. uu; .. wv.. rosy ohlldren, moro or less, cllmbing tho back of his ohair and swarming about his knpa and noisilv oa Intr hitn "Grand- father." But then ho was a bad boy. He hated to brlng in firewood or look after tho baby for his mothor. He hated to hoe or weed the garden for his father. Ile hated to help anybody, oven himself ; for lie hated abovo nll things to go to sohool in tho lonely littlo school-house on the river road in tho woods. . If one asked who stole the hens and turkeys from the farmers' poultry yards, who tled a e...

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. — 3 September 1884

8 VERMONT WATt'HAIAN & STATE JOUIliYAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 1884. Wccklj Ncws Summnry. Vermont. St. Aliians lu to Imvo a clgnr mmtituctory. Thk Rutland Coimly Agrlcutturtl Soclcty 1b liulldlng ii now 81,000 lloral liall on tho fair grotinds. TiiKiiB was a s ight llurry of siiow at Sprlng flcld, l'U4!dny morultig ol last v celc, 011 tlio lilghlauds. FiPTV-rivn cftscs nro ct to bs tr'cd by lury nt tlio cominir. Scptomucr tetm of tho Hiulaud county court, Wii.liam Bkan of South Wlicelock reccntly plckcd fonr tlioiisand aiid two kerucls of wlicat Irom ono stalk, II. H, Stkvkns of Itradford lias ownod a llvcrv horso oiovcn ycars wlilch uih earnod 81,000 ln tliat tlmc. STi'.fiti'.N Swithhi of Suttm -11 from a sugitr liouno lio ws sliuiglliig, tlio otlior djy, nod broko lih c llar uonn K. V. CAitrr.it of South llyfgato ls just put tlng tlio Ciosluir touc!io npo.i a S12.0UJ iiiouii ment, tojn to bi shipped West. Kuoh.nk Oifmn of Hardwick was tlirotn from a liorso ho ns rldlni: to wa ...

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. — 10 September 1884

Wfltl0ttt BY W. W. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1884. VOI.. 79. 4005. NO. 48. Zffnfcfamm & $oimml. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1881. Montpelier Dnlly Journal. The leglslatnre wlll convene Wednesday, October 1st. In putsuance of custom tlio Monti'kliku Dailv Jouhnal wlll be pub llshed during tho leglalatlvo aesslon. It wlll contaln full and accurate reporta of tlie pro cecdtngg ol tho general nasombly, ot tho dolngs nnd reporta ol commltteea, nnd of all mntterB of local or general lntetest tranaplrlng ln con nectlon wlth tbo leglalatlvo prococdlnga, Dur Ing tbe sosBlons of 1880 and 1882 special atten tlon waa glven to thia matter, and tbo Dailv Jouhnal became the recognized nuthority in all mattera pertaining to tho legtslature. Its clrculatlon among membera and throughout the Btate waa greatly lncieaaed at each of thoso gessiona. For the sesBion of 1884 the Jouhnal wlll be matorially enlarged, and lt will bo ptlnted on new typo, Increaslng tho amonnt of readi...

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. — 10 September 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUIINAL,, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1884. Qritnlttmil T. II. IIOSKINS. Nowimrt. Vt., Kdltor. Ilurnt lloucs. A New Boaton (N. II.) subscrlber wtltea : " Can you givo mo Inforraatlon, either froin your own knowledge or tho ezperience of others, aa to tho valuo of burnt bones, asboa and benn-meal, mizod as you advised in ono of your back num bers V I tried a llttlo thla aeaaon with ap parently good reaulta, and if it roally is a good thlrjg I could get a lot for next sea aon." VVell then, " Subscrlber," we advise you lo get it, by all means. We use moal made from old, injured, or rejected beans, for thla purpoae, but we believe that it wlll pay to uso even good boana aa a fer tilizer, when tbey can be had for $1.50, or loss, par buahel. But cotton-seed meal is equally good, and can be had for about ono dollar a buahel. Where beans are hand-picked for market the rejected beans are often to bo had for lesa still. The bones are collected and burnt in piles, by...

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. — 10 September 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUIINAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1884. Pnrnliletnus. " I Btn coming to aak you a questlon, Mrs. llatnmond," oried a young Rirl, po lltsly, struggllng around the baoks of a wlldorness o ohalrs, and noarly upsetting tho " sooiety " work-basket, ou hor way to the qulet coruor whore that lady was slttlug. Thocheorful, sweot-faced woman, buslly fininhliig the little gown to help terapor the wind to a poverty-shom lamb in North Dakota, looked up wlth a glad welcome. She loved to havo the yonng girls como to her wlth their perplexities. Evcrsltico hor own little ones had all gone away to God her lonely mother-heart had yearned wi8tfully toward tho fresh young llves about her. " I cauuot help thinklng about our Blble-class lesaon a few weeks ago," be gan the girl, abruptly, sottling herself on a stool at her feot ; " that Sunday when Paul was singlng in the prison at Phil ippi, you know. Dj you remember how Mr. Inrain sid we were not at all dono with priaons i...

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. — 10 September 1884

4 VERMONT WATCI1MAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1884. fntchmm t $otmnl Tim 12.00 pet jrenr, etrictlj ln adrancet or 12.50 lf not rafcl wlthln ttarw montbi. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMHER 10, 1881. Nntlonnl lloimMlcnn Ticket. Fon rnEsiDENT, JAMES G. BLAINE OF MAINE. FOK VICE-rilKSlDENT, JOHN A. LOGAN OF ll.MNOIS. roil PHES1DKNT1AL EI.ECTOItS, Jo D. Hatch of Burlington, IIiiiam Haulow of Windsor, Okoimk T. Chh.ds of St. Albang, E. C. Hkdinoton of Bradford. The Maine election on Monday results praoHoally in reatoring the dividing Hne betwoen the republioan and democratio partiea to where it was drawn prevlous lo the exlstonoo of tho greenback fusion dia tnrbance. Tho atato has gone republican by one of ita old-time majorities. The men who had gone after strange political gods have returncd to their Benaea and their flrst love. The majority of fitteen thouaand whioh the early returus indicate bringa joy to the repnblican household. The entiro congressional ticket is ohosen. AU ...

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. — 10 September 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN fc STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1884. r A KrtUlliitr Spcccln A new republtoan orator appears in lowa. Tho following speeoh, pithy, opl- gramfttio, full o hot Bbot, waa mado by J. P. Dollivor, twenty-slx years old, the temporary cbalrman of tho lowa republU can coavontion : " Oat of the abundanco ol my heart I thnnk you for the honor wblch yout favor ha8 con feried uion roe. lt bullds up n man'fl polltlcal constltnllon to tnke a front viow o( the flght Ing strength of tlio republlcan party o( lowa. lf nny of you liavo friondg that aro bothored wlth polltlcal dyapepala, who flnd trouble In selectlng from the prlnted blll o( fare ot ropub llcan polltlcs, I advlso you to brlng them liero and let them look ln the face ot thls magnlfl cent nssombly. Your conventloDB have always been dellberatlve, your nomlnatlons repro. sentatlve, your campalgns popular, and your ballot-boxes too full tor uttorance of stralght republlcan tlckets. Consequently a democrat has no...

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. — 10 September 1884

G VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOUKNAL, WEDNESBAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1884. At tlio Itound-Up. Itnngine a wide, long Btretch of droary plaln gray, barrcn, and very unproduc tive; think of tlio bluost eky you evor bhw, tho brightest sunsliine, and moat bracing alr; imaglne a great drovo of restloss, half-frlghtened, bellowing cattlo, flve thousand iu all and then you havo tlio flcono of tlie round-up. It is not, how ovor, tmrfeot until tho cow-boys mako tholr appearatice, dashing upon tlio aeone on their hlgh-mettled etcedH, their dashing costumesaud jauuty alrs adding,ln a great degree, to tlio charm of a round-up. The definitiou of tho term "round-up" ia vory simple. It means tho gathering togethor of all tho herds, found runnlng over a largo torritory, into one vast herd ; when they aro noparated bya"outting out" process, eaoli owner claiming his own, which ho knowa by the brand upou it. Every owner of cattle is prosent, in person or by prozy, to clalm his etock. A day is appoiutcd fo...

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. — 10 September 1884

VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURtfAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1884. 7 40tl Mtdwi' Mr. aud MIss Frisky. Ono bright autumn mornlng tliero was not a little whiaking and chippering in a maple treo at tbe cornor of tho farmer's bam. Tho naked old tnaple itself ap peared to grow merry over tho gay soam pering up and down ita stately trunk, backward and forward, agaln and agaln, tho length of ita soloran limbs. A pair of young red equirrels had rnn into ita rooiny arms to perfect a sly plan whioh tbey did not wish such vulgar things as bushesand dry weeds to hear. Moroovor, thero woro moles, and perhaps bouio little buga not yet quito stlff with the cold, tbat oould lieten to a good Btory. Nono of these in ferior folk should catoh a word, if Mr. and Mlsa Frieky could help it. To be sure, bo dellghted wero they wlth what they wero Baying they ran a number of titnea down to tho roots of the treo ; but when within bearing of the molea and numb little bugs, tboy only eaid " ohiok-a-chiokl" o...

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. — 10 September 1884

8 VERMONT WATUHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1884. Vermont Stato Nows. ItKV. V. MVHfiiv of Chester bas roslKned. rEsii)iWT AitTiiun Bends to Vermont for lils sliocs. C. B. Carpkntf.r hi s becn commlssloncd postmnstcr t West Waterford. A lli'.i.viimni! man lins n clilckcn wlth four wlng, tlio cxtrn, onos belng on Itn legn. Tntt annunl parrule of tho Burlington flro depnrtment wlU bo ho'.d on Ihursday, Scptem uer 18tli. Noitwicn has n horso thlcl excltcment nnd Judgo I.yncU U rcfcrred to la conncctlon wlth tho tlliOVt'9. Tjih clicek-llst of Hntlaud numhered threo thoiuand flvo hnudrcd and lifty votois tho lnigent la tho Btato, Sevkntp.kn pcrsous wero recetvcd Into full communlon wlth tho Methodlst ctiurch at Bur lington last Sunday. Thk Earl of Mount Kdgcuinbo and tho Vls count Nalletout luvo becn ntoiiplng at tho Van Nesa Ilouso, llutlington. Alkxandkh Fairiianks, formorly of New fane, coinmlttcd sulclde by shootltig hlmself ln tlio head at New York. The water ls ...

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. — 17 September 1884

BY W. VV. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1884. VCML. 79. 40GG. NO. 49. htfchmnn & $omml. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMHER 17, 1881. Montpelier Dnlly Jotiruul. The legtslature wlll conveno Wednesday, Octobet 1st. In puraunnce of custom tlio MONTPELIER DAILY JOUUNAL Wlll be pub- Ushod durlng the leglalatlve Besslon. U wlll contaln full and accurate reporta of the pro ceedlngs of tho general aaaombly, ot the dolngs and reportB ol commlttees, and of all mattera of lociil or general Interest transplrlng In con ncctlon wlth the leglalatlve proceedlngs. Dur Ing the sosslons of 1880 aud 1882 speclal ntton tlon waa glven to thls matter, and the Daily Journal bccamo the recognlzed authorlty In all mattera pertnlnlng to the leglelature. Its clrculation among ineinbers and throughout the state was greatly Increased at each of thoae sesslous. For the seselon of 1881 the Journal wlll 1)0 materlnlly enlarged, and It wlll bo prlnted on new typo, iucrenslng tho amount of reading 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. — 17 September 1884

2 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1884. T. II. HOSK1NH, Newport, Vt., Killtor. We bog our readera to romembor that wodo nothavo theopportunlty of reading tho proof o our artiolea, and that conse quoutly tha errora of onr manuscript (whloh ara many) and tho errors of tho prlntor and proof reader (whloh aro few) appoar before them in all thoir horror. Thua we doubtlesa wroto in our haste, " bimotallio silver currenoy," in onr arti olo on on "Crazss and Soares," and very likely we also wrote "intoroonvertible banks" in onr artiolo on " Tostal Savinga Banka," both in tho isaue of Ssptember 3. Bnt if wo had aeen these artiolea in proof one of thoso mineral adjeotlvea would have been stricken out aa surplus age, and " bonda " would have taken the placo of " bankB." Wo partioularly ob jeot to have onr finanoial artiolea appear in a mangled condltlon, aa wo have no doubt thoy are hard enough reading any way to those who, on this topio, take their opiniona read...

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. — 17 September 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAJL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1884. 3 A Komanco of tho Oronllo Stnte Strnngo NnrrfttlTC. itv nnv. J. b. oooswkll, a, m, miAKTRlt V WILI.IAM AT COM.KQE. HE HEOKIVKS FINANCIAL AID 1N A MYSTKKIOU8 WAY. William pasaed a oreditablo oxamina tion and entered tho froshrnan class bottor fitted than many whoso parents wero wealthy and who had kopt their sons for a long tinie at preparatory schools. Will- iam had not boen aocuetomed to handlo monoy. Whon Deacon Strout put lnto his handa one hundred and fifty dollars, it seemed to him a great suni. Fifty clollnrH of thla wero in gold half-sagles. Thia glitterlug wealth waa qulta dazzllng to tho young atudont. IIo mentally aaid, " I muat atudy hard and learn vory inuch in order to reooivo tho worth of thia large anm of monoy." And ho did atudy with unwonted zeal, so that all hia leasona wero perfect. Ho waa aoon regarded aa tho leader of hia claaa. Tho profeasors in tho collego began to roapect Willlatn for hia ...

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. — 17 September 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL., WEDNESJDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1884. 4: $$ntthmm & $otmnl Tiek-$J.OO per yonr, itrlctlr ln adTn or $1.S0 If not pald within throe raontln. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBEK 17, 1884. Nntlonnl KeimliUcan Tlcket. FOU rilKSIBENT, JAMES G. BLAINE OF MAINE. FOn VtCE-rn.E9lDF.NT. JOHN A. LOGAN OF II.MN0I8. FOU ritESIDENTIAL ELKOTOHSi Jo D. IIatcii of Burlington, UniAM Hahlow of Windsor, Qkoiiok T. Childs o( St. Albans, E. C. Kkdinoton of Bradford. Iluau Henry deolinea to be a candi dato for tho speakership, it ls roported, and deolarea in favor of James K. Batohel der. The Orleans county papers an nonnce tbo candldaoy of Joslah Grout of Derby, bnt outside of Orleans, so far as we have notod, the newapapera favor the election of Mr. Batchelder. Political Interest centers on Ohio. Concorning the prospeots in that stato the New York Times' correspondent oloses a long revlew of tho field as follows : " It must be admitted, however, af ter a care ful survey of the whol...

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. — 17 September 1884

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1884. 5 Williamstown. Mits. Emma Cook of Bennington ta vislting bersistor, Mra. Albert Bruco. Aiiout n dozen of our pooplo wont to tbe gtate fair nt llutllngton last week. Fiiank Louoeb hag just been liomo frora Vergennes for n ehort vacntlon. IIo llkea hla job nt the teforra school. Miia. IIki.kn Sticknby nnd her two daugh tera nro nt ber bome ln ttilB placo nt present. Friends fcom nbrond ate vislting thorn. Mns. J. M. rALSiKit, nccompanlod by bor llttlo grand.dnughtor, "Wlnnlo" Brlgga, Is vislting bor daughtor, Mrs. Dr. C. C. Ellls, ln Nashua, N. II. Tnn dronth ls tolllng badly on tbo water Bupply of famllles. Wo bear that on ono of our farma thoro hiM beon no wntcr for mnn or beaat for sorao weeks. Joel Hriisev nnd his daughtor, Mlss Rosa, were ln attendance at the recont Adventlat cnmp-meetlng nt Burlington. Mlss Hersey gerved ns organlst durlng the moetlng. Mns. Edwin C. Smith nnd Mlss Mary Beckett nre expected t...

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. — 17 September 1884

G VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAk, WEDNESJDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1884. Tlio Ilonio Co'opcrntlfe Soclcty. " l'm siok o it," said Kate, dashlng a handful of bair-plns upon tlio tnblo, and letting n blg brown braid go tuinbling down ber baok. " So am I," said Beth. " So ab 1 1" Baid Nannie, wbo was suf fering wltb a droadful cold. " What is it, girls V'said I, turning my book faco down in toy lap. " It'a tlio suppers," said Betb. " It'a the everlastlng gosslp," Bald Kate. " It'a bo diilered frotn hobe," aaid Nan nie to whotn boarding-house llfe waa a new experienco. " It'a all threo and imioh more," was what I wanted to say, but, being tbo old est of the four, it scemed my dnty to mako the best of things ; so I said, quite oheerfully, " I didn't see anything unusual about the aupper to-night." "That'B the trouble," groaned Beth. "Itwaa nltogother too uaual. I am so tired of bread and butter and apple sance and dry cako that I feel like gnashlng my teetb at the sight of them. I should ...

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. — 17 September 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1884. 7 Hnns Chrlstlnn Amlcrscn. It was on April 2, 1805, Ihat Andorson was bom, at Odense, ln Denmark. His paronts wero very poor, but very good, and a baby might have found a far worse liomo than the tlny room wfaich was to Ilans a dear, watmly-lincd nost. It was orowded enough with tho great bcdatead, the tabks, tho dresser filled with shiniiig txts and pans, and the benoh by whioh Ilans' father tnado or mended sboes all day, wliilo his mother did tho house-work. But thero was pleuty of room in it for a great doal of fun and onjoyment. The mother had pasted pictures over tho walls until wherever the baby looked he saw a story. The father had a shulf full of books and songs, for though un taught he had a poot's heart. There was anothor pleasure, and tliat was a garden on the roof, to which Ilans climbed by a ladder when his liinbs grew strong, and there for hours he would play among tho budding plants. Always in May, ...

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. — 17 September 1884

8 VERMONT WATUlfMAN & STATE JOURNAL., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1884. Orange County Holdlcrs' Itotitiloii. Tlio veteran soldlers In Orange county licld thelr reunlon Wodneaday, Thursdayand Fri day, Septembor 3, 4 nnd 0, ou tlio nieadow owned by 11 de Cnbot nt tlio upper end of Chelsea vlllnge. It waa n fine solectlon f or such nncncatnpment. Thetonta whlch were pltclied tlio Tuesday precedlng wero Irom tlio Btato nrscn.il at Montpelier, as was nlao tlio twclve pouuder braas iiold-tdece. Wednesday nlght General Thomas reviowed hls men and pro gldcd at a camp-llre. Thursday ovor fout hun dred soldlers wero preaont, and mostof tlieday was employed In connectlon wlth tlio town celobratliti. In tlio ovonlni; tliero was a roua ing camp-firo. Among tlio Hpeakorg woro Gen. Stcphen Tliomaa, who spoko ln hls usual plcas Ing inannor, occaslonally relatlng a story of tlio war ; Hon. L. G. Hlnckley, wlio ln hls jovlal way alwaya has a loidy anecdote (or every ocoislon. Good remarka wero miulo...

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. — 24 September 1884

mtnmi BY W. VV. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 18S4. VOTu. 79. 1007. NO. 50. Sjgntclnnan & $owml. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1881. Montpelier Dnlly Journnl. The leglslaturo wlll conveno Wedneaday, Octobor lst. In purauanee ol cuetom the MONTPELIER DAILY JoCHNAL wlll bfl pnb- llsliod durlng the Ioglalatlve seaalon. lt will contnln lull nnd nccurate roports of tho pro ceedlnga oC the general naeombly, of tho dolnga and reports of committoeg, and of nll mntterg of local or general Intereat transplrlng In con nectlon wltb tho leglslatlve proceedlngs. Dur ing the sesslons of 1880 and 1882 speclal atten tion was glvon to this matter, and the Daily Journal became tho recognlzed nuthorlty In nll matters pertalnlng to tho leglslature. lts clrculatlon among raerabers and throughout tho atate was greatly incrensed at eacb of tlioae sesslons. Foi the eesslon of 1881 tho Journal wlll bo matorlally onlarged, and it wlll be prlnted on new type, Incroaslng the amonnt of roadl...

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. — 24 September 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STiVTE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1884. Jigruuthtrnl. T. II. JIOSKINS, Newport. VU, Kdltor. Tiie University Agrioultural Colloge farm at Champalgn, III., haa ovor a thou sand dlfferont kiuds of apples undor irial in ita ozporimeatal orohards. It is dolng for that atatu what wo havo done for notthom Verrmnt, " solltary and alono," unaidod and almost unthanked. Moan timo Vermout'a agrlcultural collogo fund has beon used to teach Groek and Latin, and turu out professlonal men and poll Hcians. Minnesota gavo Feter Gldoon 1,000 and a farm for dolng just what we havo dono in the samo time, viz., supply a frultless region with frult that oan be easily and profltably grown. Our only publio roward, so far, has boon the "grand bounco " from the Board of Agri cultnro for telliog too much truth about the agricultnral collego. A coiutiisrONDKNT of the Homes!ead,vint ing from Morrimack county, N. II., and signing himsolf " One Who Knows," says : " I am especially ple...

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