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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 12 November 1884

YERMONT TVATCHMAN & STATB JOUltNAL, WEDNBSDAT,; NOVEMBER 12, 1884. FA.H.L OPENING -OF NEW GOODS AT- 1. 1 KNIGHT'S DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT, WATERBURY, VT. We are now opening, in all otir clepartments, full lines of Fall and Winter Goods. Our Cloak Department is lumsually attractive tliis fall, comprising a full and complete assortment of Eussian Circulars, Newmarkets, Dolmans, Ulsters, Jerseys, and Children's and Misses, Cloaks ! Dress Goods in All the New Styles! Also a Very Full Line of Ladies', Misses' and Ghildren's Gloves and Hosiery! WE ARE OFFERING SPECIAL BARGAINS in BLACK and COLORED DRESS SILKS. We can give tlie best values iii Ladies' Underwear we ever offered. Inquire for our 50-cent Under Vest. Our Cotton Goods Depart ment is full and running over. A good yard-wide Cotton for six cents. Best Prints at from 5 to 6 cents per yard. Conie and see. M. IVI. KNIGHT, STOWE STREET, WATERBURY, VERMONT. ).uIc fentcr. 1 Ciinrndc. AVhon I was travcling, AJirst I mct, "Whosc sccon...

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. — 12 November 1884

VERMONT WATCMtAft & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAT, NOVEMBER 12, 1884. riocccdliigs of tlio Gcncrnl Asscmltly. CONTIM'KO VKOH Tllltll) 1MOK.J llOUPB-KonKKOON, Tlio liouse mtt nt tcn o'clock, tlio spoakcr ln tlio clialr. Devotlonal exorclsos by tlio chaplaln, Tlio Journal of ycsterday was read and approved, Jlllli ittrodurtil. Ily Mr. Ilrownon nf rnnl, II. 3W, to pay tlio treasurer of tlio town of l'owual tlio sum thereln namcdi to com. 011 clalms. Toliae the' state refund tlio tnoney pald ou n statu tax clalmed tn be Ulegal.J Ily Jlr. Sours of riintnn, II. 30J, for tlio protocuou nml iiroacrvntlnu of tliorouglibrod ntock ; tocom. 011 ngrlculture. Ainends sec. 4,00.1, revlsed laws, so as to provldo tliut tlio owrher or lteeper of a btill moro than ten months old periuittlhg I 1 1 to run nt large Hliall (orfelt lilnt to tlio town, uinl alao bo llalilo for (lamnge dono liy lilin.l IlyMr. llayof llradford, lt. 304, lu relatlon to tlio gal showsi to gen. com. Itcpeals sees. 4,312,4,313 and...

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. — 19 November 1884

BY W. AV. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1884. VOL. 80.-4:075. NO. 6. OTitttljnran $0.urmil WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBEU 10, 18ft. Wntclimnn Prcmlnuis for 1885. Tho pnlillshor of Thk Watchman offers tho following attrnctlvo llst of premlums to cnnvnsscrs nml to Biibscribcrs, new nud old, tliooffors to remnln lu forco tlll Januaryl, 1885: For two now subacrlbors: Tho National Stamford Dlotlonary, a pronounclng loxlcon of tho Engllsh languago, eontalnlng forty thousand words aiul tlluatratcil by sovon hundred wood cuts. To whlch ls ndded an nppcndlxof usoful and valuablolnformatlon. A unlversal handbook for ready rcferonco. Thls ls tho samo book that provod to bo so popular a promlum last year. For four new subscrlbcrs: Kithor Tiih Watchman for ono year; or a sot of Mrs. Potts' famous cold-handlo sadirona, conslst ing of threo Irons nlckel plated, stand, nnd black walnut handlo. Theso articlcs aro In general uso by bousekocpers and hlghly prlzed by them. Retall prico $2.50....

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. — 19 November 1884

2 VERMONT AVATCHMAN & STATE JOU11NAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1884. T. H. HOSKINS, Newport, Vt., Edltor. A Dklaykd Ahticlk. Wo prlnl to-day n scconil nrtlclo on tho lloport, of tho Connecticut Exporiineiit Stntion which wns wrlltcn lnst spring, iuuI ought to lmvo bcon prlntcd thcn, but wns mislnid nnd forgottcn, untll just found in clcnriug up thc cdltor's dcsk. As it contnius somo mattcr of gcncrnl intcrcst, nnd nnswcrs somo qucations lntcly rccelTcd, wo thlnk bcst to givc it to our rcndurs. A Jit of Qooi) Advick. Dcnr rcndor, if you nrc n fnnncr or n mnrkot gnrdoncr,you cannot in rcason got along without nt lcast ono flrst-class ngricul tural nnd borticultural weckly. Tho Jiural iVcio Yorkcv is, in our opinion, tho bcst papcr of this clnss in the world. If you don't want to tnke our word for it, scnd for n spccimcn copy, nnd judgo for yoursclf. You can gct it from now unlil Jnuuary 1, 1SS0, for two dollnrs, including its vnluablo sccd distribution scnt frec to cach subscribcr....

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. — 19 November 1884

VERMONT AVATGHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1884. 3 tcm of schools, nnd It wns referred to com. on ediicntion. l'etltlons relating to tlm es tnbllahmcnt of n Holdlers' liomo wero offorod by Jlessrs. Wnlkcr of Ludlow, Ilnlo of Lun. cnburgli, Hontiey of llrighton nml Sllvcr of llloomllold, nnd referred to com.on milltnry niTiiirs. Mr. Arnolil of Westminster ofTcred a iiotltlon relnting to tho cstnbllshmcnt of u stnto ngrieitlturnl t'xjierliiioiit Htntlnn, whlch ivns referred toeom. 011 nKrlciiltttru. JteportoFlsh Cominimtoncr.i. Thospenkor lnid beforo tho houso tho bluiininl ruport of tlio llsli fonimlsslouers, slgned by lllram A. fiitliiifi nml llerbert llraluenl, mndo to tlio govcrnor, nml by hlm trunsmlttod to tliu spcnkor, On motlon of Jlr. Stranuhan of St. Albans, lts reading was disiiensed wlth nml It wns ordered tobo prlnted. Jllll J'omcd. 11. 175, to incorpornto tlio Fnyettovlllo purk assoelation, wns rcjiorti-tl upon favorably by Mr, Grotlt for com. on corp...

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. — 19 November 1884

4 VERMONT TUTCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDOTSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1884. WKDNESDAY, NOVEMBKR 10, im. ThnnksglTing l'roclninntlon. BY TIIK GOVKIINOII. It bccomos tlio peoplo of a Chrlstlnn stnto to mnko frequont rccognltlon nnd dovout acknowlodgmont of tho goodncss and mor clcs of tho Almlghty Godj torondor hlm our siucoro nnd humblo thnnkx ns tho fouutnin of ltfo, llbortj- and hnpplncss, nnd tlio Honrco of overy blcsslng. Ho hns spnrcd us tho wastlng pcsttlcnco nnd kopt from our fair stnto nll clvll commotlons, and has vouch safcd to us tran(ulllty nnd pcnco, wlth all tho blosslngs whlch go hnnd ln hnnd wlth clvll nnd rollglous llbcrty, Undor tho fos terlng caro of n govcrnmont gontlo nnd just to tho cltlzcn, ho hus shown us how to pre Borvo our ltbertios, nnd wo know thnt o long ns wo dovoutly rcgnrd nnd adoro hlm oa tho author nndprosorvorof states ns well as indlvldimls, wo mny contlnuo to cnjoy thoblesslngs of a hnppy and froo peoplo. I do, thoreforo, In nccordanco wlth tho von ora...

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. — 19 November 1884

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJltKAL. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1884. vctors of tlio stnto to ndopt u town systom of scliools could not 1m cnrrled, nnd no mcm bor of tho lcclnlnturo wlll iltuo to voto for such i ltiw lf lio rcfiiwils tho wlslus of tho rotors ln tho Btnto. By tho old " oxplodcd dlstrlct school systcin,'1' ns yoit torm lt, overy dlsttlct ln tho ntnto ls rcqulrcd to hnvo it lcast twcnty wceks' school ln n yenr, all pnrouts nnd gunrdlans nro rcuulrod, untlcr ponnlttcs, to send tholr chlldren to thoso schools. If unnhlo to furnlah tcxt-hooks for tholr scholnra tho towns imist do lt. Thcro nro snfeRunrds thrown nhoiit Uicbo schools to provcnt liicomiictont tenchers from gct tlng omjdoy ln thom. AVhat moro cnn n "town systom" do ln thls rognrd? Krom tho roturns of tho tcnth ccnsus of tho nntlve horn whlto persons enumorntcd ton yonrs old nnd up, 1KM,.'W1, thoro weroB.IVH persons who cnniiot wrlto, beliiR two nnd four-tentlis for ccnt. Thls is iniich too Inrpjo n por ccnt, ...

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. — 19 November 1884

VERMONT "WATOtTMAi & STATE JOUIWAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, l8Sh dBtiucattnmrl. Hcarlng' Itcforo llio Cuiiiinlltce on Eiliicntlon. Tlio Bonnto nml liouso coiniiilttpcs 011 r.lit catlon slttlng tocotlier navo a lieurlnn Tiich ilny, tlio 11th, totiio tiersons Inturoated in thu liouso Mllnllovlii(jHiimlolili, wlilchmlopteit tlio town sy.stoin of scliools ln 1883, to roturn to tlio rtlstriot Hystom. THU CASU OF TJIR l'UTITIONKltH, Mr. A. A. Storrs, tlio mcinlicr from ltnn iloliili, who lntroilucod tlio lilll, wns nskeil to glvo tlio lfusons why tlio pnssnj;o of tlio nicasiiro wns (lcslrca. Tlio ehlcf reunon plven wns tlio ill-wlll proiliiccil tlirounhoiit tlio town by tlio luloption of tlio town sys tcm, Sonntor Ido qtu'stloticrt Mr. Storrs ut consMernlilo longth to iiscertaln tlio causo of tlio allepeil dlssatlsfactloti. ln rcply lio Htatcd ln siilistiincothat tlio schools woro 110 better tlian undor tlio dlstrict nystcm, con veyinR tlio Jmprcsntoti tlmt tlioy woro worHo; tliat tli...

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. — 19 November 1884

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, AVEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1884. FALL OPENING -OF NEW GOODS AT- M. M. KNIGHT'S DRT GOODS ESTABLISHMENT, WATERBURY, VT. "We are now opening, in all our tlepartments, full lines of Fall ancl Winter Goocls. Our Oloak Department is mxusually attractive tliis fall, comprising a full and complete assortment of Russian Circulars, Newmarkets, Dolmans, Ulsters, Jerseys, and Children's and Misses' Cloaks ! Dress Goods in All the New Styles! Also a Very Full Line of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Gloves and Hosiery! WE ARE OFFEBING SPECIAL BARGAINS in BLACK and COLORED DRESS SIXKS. We can give the bcst vahies iii Ladies' Underwear we ever offered. Inquire for our 50-cent Under Vest. Our Cotton Goods Depart ment is full and rumiing over. A good yard-wide Cotton for six cents. Bcst Prints at from 5 to 6 cents per yard. Come and see. M. M. KNIGHT, STOWE STREET, WATERBURY, VERMONT. little &BXXtX. Tho Conuiulriim AiUlinbct. a ritizio i'uzzlk. lWhy is tho lc...

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. — 19 November 1884

8 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVMbMI 10, 1884. Frococdingg of tho Wenernl Asscmblj. tCONTINUKD FltOM THIttll rAOK. It.inks, .TnIuli (Irmit, UeorRe T. Clitlds, II. K. Mo, Wtlllam Wells, I.illus .1, Katey, A. II. Valentlne, War ren (1U)1), Z. A. Maniur, Krnnk Kei.tleM himI A, 8, Trncy lnto n coniorfttlon, wlth tho tltlo ftbovc-named ; tlio trustees nliatl nover exceei. aiirl.tecn, aiid flftcon of them flhnll bo tncmlicrs of Uift Grnnd Army of the Itetuibllc of Vermont , they inny liolil persunal auit rcfil ostato tf tlin amount of flAiO.OOOJ Jifport.- Mr. Mnll, forcom. ou mllcngo and dcben turcs, preientcil thelr report nnd, untlor tho rulo, lt ordcrcd to Ho. Wff.onji. I'otltlons rcUitlng to mnnlrltml si.fTrRgB for women wcro ttreaenteil by MfMrn. Cinlworth of Londonderry, (llnln of Hlieflleld, Tnicy of Chelsea, I'llltnn of HvnnlnKton rm.l Tnmcll of Peacham, nnd reforred to Jud. com. In relatlon tortriohlleraM.oine, by Momm. McKayof Topsham and Mavoof North Ueld,...

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. — 26 November 1884

fhe by "w. "w. pkescott. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2G, 1884. VOL. 80.-407G. NO. 7. TOittdjwmt $0.unml. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1881. tVntclimnn rrcmlums for 1885. Tho publlshcr of Thr Watcuman offers tlio followlng nttrnctlvo 11st of prcmlutns to canvasaors nml to siibscrlbcrs, now nnd old, tho offers to rcmnln In forco tlll January 1, 1885: For two new subscribers: Tho Natlonal Stnndard Dlctlonary, a pronounclng loxlcon of tho Engllsh languago, contatnlng forty thousand words nnd lllustrntcd by soven liundrcd wood cuts. To whlch is ndded nn appendlx of nscful nnd vnluablo Inforination. A unlversnl handbook for rendy rcferenco. TIiIh 1s tho Bamo book that proved to bo so popular n prcinlum last ycar. For four now subscribers: Elthor Thk Watcuman for ono ycar; or a sot of Mrs. Potts' famous cold-handle sadlrons, conslst ing of threo lrons nlckel plated, Btand, nnd black walnut handlo. Thoso urtlclcs aro In genernl nso by housckccpors nnd hlghly prized by thcm. Retall prlco...

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. — 26 November 1884

VERMONT WATCHMA.N & STATE JOUHNAL, AYEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1884. 2 riatltuntl T. H. HOSKINS, Newport, Vt., Edltor. ScUlnp; Class Agnlnst Clnss. Thorold llogors, tlio cinlnont llbcrnl mcmbor of tlio Hrltish narllnmcnt, whoao History of Agriculturo glvcs hlm nh cmlnout positiou also lu iudustrlnl lltcraturo, has latcly issucd nnothor work of grcat rcscarch, cntltlcit "Slx Ccnturlcs of "Work and AVngcs; Tlio History of EngHsh Lnbor." In thls work (octavo, flvo hundrcd ninoty pagca, pubilslicd by G. 1 I'uttmm's Sons, New York,) ho anticipates tho usual chargo against thoso who elinin pion thc causo of tho Lord's poor, tho chargo of sotting class agalnst class. Ho donics having dono so, his work bc ing but a statlstical statcincnt of iudis putablo facts, but ho adds: " "Wcro lt neccssary, indccd, to do so, in ordor to assist tho moral and matc rial progrcss of thoso who, living by labor, cnablo othors to livo without labor, or livo by mischiovous labor, I ahould not hcsitato to uso ...

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. — 26 November 1884

VERMONT AVATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1884. 3 persons from ncllnft m iMienU for piiblUhersi to Immli of i itlon. II. iC to town dchool cllttrlrt treanrer8( tocom. on euucatl Ti?lZi .tn...ii.ntt f.n. iin PiiupnHnii. H..w.ln lawsi to Johit speclal com.on atato anu court ux ponnos. II. 3J3, to ameiul sec. 41 1 rovlscil lawat to coin. un cdticattou. Sntrodticed.Wy Benatnr Olbin, for 'appclal rom., H. 150, an aet in rotatlon to the llcunlngtoti battlo monuuient; ordurcd to llo and bo prluted. Pun$ed. H. I3(J, In ainendmentof tho rovlseri laws, relatlug to school taxes and tchool monoy. On motlou of Hunator Jlralncrd, adjourucd. 1I0USK FOUKNOON Tho Iiousc tnet at ton o'elock, the ipenkor in tho chalr. Dcvotlonul nxcrcUes by tho chaplatn. 'Iho reading of tho Joumal wa omlfted. Petttwni Mr. I'ranklln of Nowfano prcnentpu tho petltluti of Mr. (Jratta K. Davldson of N'ewfano and ihlrty-fourotlicrs prayliig for iniintolp.il 8UirraK. Mr. nlHiiKof lipnnlnRton prcsentod t...

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. — 26 November 1884

4 VERMONT -WATCHMAN & STATE JOUItNAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2G, 1884. MWcJywiw $mtnwl WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBKU 20, 1881. Wkst Vikoinia has joincd tho No vcmbor states, and bcforo nnothcr na tionnl clcctlon Ohlo will doubtless bo nddcd to tho 11st. Mnluo nnd Vermont will thon bo tho only statcs in which political parties may tcst their Btrcngth boforo tho gcncrnl clcctlon. 13y forco o clrcumstanccs, Vermont will doubt loss remain a Scptcmbcr statc ovon nftcr tho constltutlonal tinker has gono his dcconnlal round in 1800. Thk stato canvassing board of New York has complotcd its labors. Clove land's plurality is declnrcd to bo 1,149. Tho voto was as follows: For Clovc land, 503,151; for Blaiuo, 6G2,005; for St. .Tohn, 25,000; for Butlcr, 17,004. Total voto, 1,107,109. Garneld's plu rallty four years ago was 21,033. In Iowa, "tho Vermont of tho West," Blaine's plurality was 19,083, nnd Gnr flcld's 78,082 a roductiou of 57,000; In Michigan, Blaine's 2,940, nnd Garfleld's 63,840. Tho uppcr p...

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. — 26 November 1884

s VERMONT WATdlMAN & STATE JOUHNAL, WEbiSlfolHY, NOVEMBER 2G, 1884. Williamstown. Dkacok OncuTT AnnoTT's nlaco ln clnircli. vrhlcli ls vory Holilotu vncnnt, has beon ro lor two aumiays past iiy rcnson ol 111 licnltli. Deaco.v HUIINIIAM Skavkr of Burlington is vlHltliiR thls hls natlvu plnco. Wo henr lio lins boon ln poor licnlth to hoiiio oxtont of inio. Eliot Watson Is to tcnch tlio wlntor term of our vlllago Rchool. Tracy L. Jeffords will icacn 111 bouiii jinrro, anu juiss Liticin iitir rlmnn ln Gospol Vlllago, Barro. TltANKBOIVLNO HOrvIcoS wlll 1)0 licld at tllO usuiil liour, on Thursday mornlng, nt tho jucuiodist uouso, nnu uu wno wiii, may join ln ineiu, wiin iissurnnco 01 nenriy woicomo MltSSItS. GkoIKIF. ItLANCltAItD AND WlLLIS II. Oai.h nro ln domnnd ns vocnl muslo tcnchers, thls season, tlio former worklng Boimi of nero nnil tho Inttcr ln a north-wcst-crly (liroctlon, Thk 111 health of our townsfolk, Mr. nml Mrs. Asa S. SIiiioihIs contlntics, liut wo nro glad to noto th...

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. — 26 November 1884

6 VERMONT "WATCHMAN & STATE JOUItNAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBiMt 20, 1864 Tlinnksiflvlnsj nt Dcncon Mcrton's. nr LUI.0 A. DICKINSON. " So tho now ministcr wlll bo hero to prcach our TlinnkRgiving sonnon, wlll he?" nskcd llrs. Duncon Mcrton of licr lmsbnnd. Tho tlencon noildod. " And ho'll stop with us, woii'tlio7" Tho dcacon noddcd ngitln. IIo wns cntircly cngrosscd tn tho lntcst nows papcr, which nccouiited for hls lnnttun tion to hls wifo's qucstlons. "IlftVoyou licord hlsiiiiino?" quoricd Mrs. Mcrton. "No,"8iud tho dencon, "somo say it's Gray, nnd somo say it's soinothlng clsc, so I cnn't say for sartln." 13rown-lmircd, bluc-cyod Elizabelli Mcrton, wns tho 0110 treasuro of that quict hoino. Four little slcopors slopt in tho ccmetcry, ncar by, telling of bllghtcd hopcs, and a mothor's yoarn ing hcart. Uut thore was ono who did not sleep In tho quiot gravc-yard, ono whoso pvcscncc should havo chcered that loucly honic, and on whosc strong nrm tho agcd fathcr and niolhcr should havo l...

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. — 26 November 1884

VERMONT WATCEOIAJST & STATE JOU11NAL, YEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1884. FALL OPENING OF NEW GOODS AT M. M. KNIGHT'S DRT GOODS ESTABLISHMENT, WATERBURY, VT. We are now opening, in all our clepartments, full lines of Fall ancl Winter Goods. Our Cloak Department is lumsually attractive tliis f all, comprising' a full and complete assortment of Rnssian Girculars, Newmarkets, Dolmans, Ulsters, Jerseysjand Childreris and Misses' Cloaks ! Dress Goods in All the New Styles l Also a Very Full Line of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Gloves and Hosiery! WE ARE OFFEBING SPECIAX BABGAINS in BLACK and COLORED DBESS SILKS. We can give tlie best values in Ladies' Underwear we ever offered. .Inquire for our 50-cent Under Vest. Our Cotton Goods Depart ment is full and ruuning over. A good yard-wide Cotton for six cents. Best Prints at from 5 to 6 cents per yard. Come and see. M. IVI. KNIGHT, STOWE STREET, WATERBURY, VERMONT. fjuIc farccr. 1- "Chnradc. My first is givcti to allknown tliings, My second...

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. — 26 November 1884

D 8 VERMONT WATCHMA.N & STATE JOUItNAL, AVEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1884. rrocccdinps of tho Gonorol Asscmblj tCOKTlNUKD FKOH THiniJ IAOK, Hnturriiiy, November 22. PBXATB AFTK11NOON. North Hero Itridge. fi, 61, rolatlnn to tha construtj. tlon of n hrldgo frotn North Ilero tu Allmrwli, miitle n speclnl nrdir for thl Afternoou, was dlsrusscd, riftiis of tho nrldw ntit ettlmutPl of tho coitwere glvcu hy ttctuttor Mott, who slutcd tluit North Hero ad iionuhitlun of uhoitt 600, uud for n reat jmrt of tlie yc;ir they hud no safo nr couteiitcut lnentis of reAchtiiR tlieuiatn hniil, aiid thc only way of reach lnjc lt nt atl ns hy ferry. Tlie nmendments recom mcnded hy tho cointnlttec ln thelr rcimrt wrro hpreed to, nnd nti aiuondmiMit by Senator Mott was nUonKropd to, iSeuutnr l'aul sald ho should voto BKatust tlie hlll heeatna he thotiKlit the iinropriatiou of gi000 nsked for would not he sufnclciit to satlsf y tho needs of tlio brldjre and the stnto mlulit ho called upon tn eontrlbuto mo...

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 December 1884

gilman. BY "W. W. PttESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1884. VOL. 80.-HL077. NO. 8. WEDNESDAY, DKCEMBER 3, 18W, Wntchmnn I'rciuiiiins for 1885. Tho pubUshcr o( Tiik Watchmajj offurs tlio following attrnetivo llst of promlums to canvassors iintl to subscribers, now and old, tlio olters to ri!iniiln In forco tlll Jmiuiiry 1, 1883: For two new subscribors: Tho Nationnl Stamford Dlctlonary, n pronounclng loxicon of tho Kngllsh Inngungo, contnlnlng forty thousand words nnd lllitstrntod 1y soven liundred wood cuts. To wlilch ls ndded im appendlx of useful and valnablu informatlon. A unlversal handbook for ready rofcrence. Thls Is tho samo book tliat proved to bo so popufor a prcmiumlnst ycnr. Kor four nuw subscribers: Klther Tm: Watchmax for ono year; or a set of Mrs. I'otts' fnmous cold-handlo sadlrousjjconslst Ing of thrco irons nlckot plnted, stnnd, nnd black walnut handlo. Theso nrtlclcs nro In goneral nso by housckeepers and hlghly prizcd by them. ltetnll prico 32.00. F...

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 December 1884

VERMONT AVATCHMAN & STATE JOU11NAL, AYEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1884. T. H. HOSKINS, Newport, Vt., Edltor. Expcuso of nn Experiment Stntlon. It is too lato now to cxpcct any lcgis lation from tho prescnt lcglslnturo for tho cstablislinicnt of an agrlcultural ox perlnicnt station. Tho statcmcnts that liavo boon nirulo autl tho dlscusslons that liavo becn rcporteil, show that vory little is yot known in Vermont re garding tho varloua uscs of Btich a sta tion. As loug as tho prescnt ignoranco provalls, it wouhl bo worso than futilo to appropriato money for such a pur posc, for it would bo ahnost suro to bo wastcd. Wo do not profess to know vory much about tho mattcr oursclf, al though wo havc taken an intcrest la it, and liavo carcfully studied the work of such cstablishmonts, both in this coun try and in Europo. 13ut wo may at lcast say what sccins to us to bo tho flrst nccd of Vermont agriculturc in this direction. Our own farm has, in fact, bcen an oxperimcnt station from tho flrst,...

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