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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 4 February 1885

VERMONT WATCHMAtf & STATE JOTJ1XNAL, AVEDNESBAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1885. 7 How a Small Boy Got IIls Rlrrhts. Big mcn nro notnlways just or gcncr oub, nud many tlmcs tho small boy is a suiTorcr at thcir hands. Somctimca tho big man is cross bccauso ho has catcn too much dhincr tho small boy will undcrstand now how uncomfort ablc ho fcols and as ho is too blg to cry ho vonts his 111 humor, many tlmcs, on tho flrst small boy who comca in his way. Now, you lcnow that somo pcoplo thlnk that i you cat too much mcat, you will becomo savagc. and, as this man who was unjusl to tho small boy was a butchcr, porhans ho hnd catcn so much mcat that ho had bc comc In part a savagc. In ono of tho polico courts up-town, in New York, ono morning not long slnco, a vcry small boy, in knickerbockers, appeared. IIc had a dilapidatcd cap in ono hand and a green cotton bag in tho othcr. Beliiuu him camo a big policcman, with a grin on his faco. When tho boy found liimsclf in tho court-room ho hesitatcd and l...

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. — 4 February 1885

8 Tho Town System of Scliools. Thc Vermont State Tcacher' Associatlon to thel'eopk 0 Vermont : Tlio lcRlslnturo of Vermont, ivt IU rocunt hcssIoii, by nct uum bor twonty-sovon, Rcctlon ono. cnactcd tlio followliifrs "Kach town ln wlucli tho school (llstrict syHtoiu oxlsts shnll.at tho nninml lnootiiiK of tho town ln 18 iuul 1880. voto upon tho iiiioatlon of abollslilng tho (llstrict nyntem nml mloptliiK Uiu town Hystcui." Ainong thu rciisons why tho actlon rciiuirctl by thls lnwslioulil bo unteruiltipon thoucht lnlly nro tliusol Ciiroful obsurvern, Koliif?. froih Vorinont to othor Htntos to Htmly nohoolH, brliiK bnok tho roport: " Vormoutis liclilml ln hor achools iuhI school syatem." IntolliKont pcoplo who coino from other stntcs iuul look ltito otir hcIiooIh sny: " Yon aro bohiml ln yonr provlslon for tho educa tlon of yonr chlldren." Vormontcrs of all phodcH of oplnlon evorywhoro Bay: " Our scIiooIh accoinpli.sh fur Ichs for our chlhlren thnn thoy oimht wlth tho expomllturo wo ma...

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. — 11 February 1885

fhe BY AV. AV. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1885. VOL. 80.4087. NO. 18. WEDNESDAY, FEDIIUAIIY 11 , 188C. County Tcmpcrnnco Cotvvcntlon. The frocmen of Washington countjr, and all Inlcr eatedinthe cause of temperance, aro requosted to meet ln mass convontlon at the Court-house In Mont pelier, SATUItnAY, TIIK HTII DAY OF FKnBtTAtlY, A. D. 1885, At half-paat ten o'clock, A.M., for tho purposo of nomlnatlng a candldate for county com. mlsaloncr and elcctlng county and town commlttcei, and conaultlng togcther as to the best means of pro motlng a moro tictlve and healthy temperance sentl. ment throtiRhout tlie county. Bpealtera are ex pected to bo preicnt to Rddreas tho conventlon. Corne out, one and all, and let us liave a good roua lng convontlon. I,. M. HUTCHINSON.I T.H. (lOltl)ON, (. Counlv .1. II. HOI.DKN, (Commillee. O. O. HOYUi:, ) Cnrrcnt Mendon. Owino to a press ol othor nmttor our pro mlutn offors aro ngnln omitted thls week, but thoy stlll holil good. Thls...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 11 February 1885

2 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAXi, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1885. riatliral, tgrTUIi departmont Ia wholly under the control of the agrlcnltural edltor, T. It. IIoskIHS, M.D., Newport, Tt and ho alone ii to b held reaponalbla for the oplnlona hereln exproMed. Is 11 Klght? Ia It right to sct ono class of tho pco plc ngainst nnolhor clnss ? Woll, that dcpcuds upon circumstances. It do pends upon what that othcr class 1s do ing. If It is selllng rum, if it is main tainlng gainbHughouscsandbrothels, if it Is cngaged in burglary, horso-slealing, pockot-picking, or, in ahort, is ongagcd in prcylng upon tho public in any wny, then it is omincntly just and right that tho facts should bo made known. And tlie caso is not altored, however wcalthy , howcvcr promincnt in aoclcty, or in public lifo, or ovou intho church, theso workcrs of ill to thc pcoplc inay bc. In fact, tho highcr they stand thc morc cncrgctically should their conduct, and its cvil results, bc inado public. In this way onl...

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. — 11 February 1885

VERMONT WATCIBLVtf & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1885. 3 Pcnslons Grnnlcd. To Ilcnry Cnrtis, Orango, ?8 n month rtnd 1,089 nrrcnrs; Clinrles 1. Coy, Bethel, 81 a month nud ?050 nrrcnrs; Lydia Ilnll, East Elmoro, 814 rt month aiul 81,470 nrrcnrs; ltobert C. linrncs, 88 n month and 8900 arrcars; Wlllls II Uarues, ltoo Ilclghts, Dakota, 810 a month aud 81,800 arrcars. Tho last namcd gentlcman scrvcd in tho Eloventh Regimcnt of Vormont Volun tccrs, and formcrly rcsldcd in 'Washing ton county, Vermont. (Juestlons AnsTYcrctl. O. L. D., "WoncESTKit. Dr. Mnrcus Ide's addrcss is Saxonvillc, Mass. G. O. 11., Monti'EIiIKH. A spccial oxamincr of tho pension oflico reccives a salary of 31,000 a year and thrco dol lars a day, aud his travcling cxpcnscs. It costs tho govcrnmcnt about two hun drcd dollars for eacli caso invcstigatcd by an oxamincr. Demochat, Montpelier, wnnts to know " what kind o timbcr J. II. Jack son, M.D., o Barro, and William 1$. Mayo, M.D., of Northfield, wonld...

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. — 11 February 1885

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOU11NAL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1885. "WEDNESDAY, FEH1WA11Y 11,1885. The Bcnato has rojoctcd tho Itcngan intcratnto cotumorco bill passcd by tho houso, and adopted tho Culloni substi tuto, provldingfora commlssion. Thcro is no probablllty that tho houso wlll rc ccdo from ita actlon, and bo this 1m portant mcasuro, too, wlllgo ovorlotho noxt congrcss. Only twclvc scnalora, all dcinocrats oxcopt ono, could bo found to voto against tho bill. To-DAY both houscs of congrcss mcct in rcprcscntattvcs' hall to count tho votcs for prcsidcnt and vieo-prcsidcnt. Happily thcro is no grouud for any dis pute as to tho choicc any stato has mado, and so tho culpablo ncgligcncc of congrcss to guard against such an cxigency will not bo thrown out con apicuously in tho forcground of the procccdings. It looms in the back ground, howcvcr, and, until tho dc cision of disputcs is providcd for, ovcry patriotic citizcn will seo tho national clcctiou approach with forobodings. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 11 February 1885

VERMONT "WATCBQVIAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEMiESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1886. Waterbury. TmnTT-Fivit couplcs attondcd tho cotlllon party nt Watorbury llotol Friday ovoning. Miss Alicr 1i. Tennky roturnoil from Boston Frldny nltornoon for n short stny, nccompanlod by nfriend, Miss Ilarryof llos ton, The Mom1)ora ol Totnpcranco Ilomo Lodgo of Good Templars thank tho cltlzens of Waterbury for tliolr many klnd wIbIics nnd for nttondnnco nt tliolr Into nnnlvcrsary. Tiik mntter of an oystcr suppcr nnd n so clal pntlierliiR nt tho hotol is recolvlng ntten tion, It ought to bo ns soon m tho calcndnr can bo clcarcd of oiigagomonts already bookod. JOHN IlUSHFOItD, Whllo clioppillg tOT C. 0. Warren on Frldny, tho (ith, cut lils foot vory badly, noarly soverlng tho mombor near tho instcn. Asubscrlptlon pnpor wasclreulatcd for his bcnctlt In.it Saturdny. C. 0. Warren has put in u Tuork wator inotor nt lils farm honso for performlng Hiich work as rcqulrcs hnnd, horso or stenru powor. Tho Wnrren & So...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 11 February 1885

6 VERMONT "WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, AVEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1888; Stnulcy's Afrlcnn Servlcc. Thc famous Amcrican cxplorer of tho Dark Contincnt would Bocm born to off sot in grand successcs tho tcrrlbly dis astrous failurcs of our latcr Arctie cx pcdltiona. Iu some most important aspccts tho dilllcultlca to bo eucoun torcd iu tho task to which ho sct him Bolf wcro grcatcr than thoso which thrcaton in tho icc-lockcd North. Furs and stout fabrics aro a dcfcnco against giant cold that stnlka in high latitudcs; but what can provido against tho pesti lcnco that lurks iu cvcry brcatli of noi somo air and in ovcry draught of water that tempts tho travclcr nndor tho burniug cquatorinl sun, throughout wildcrncsscs full of poison fangs and savago pooploV In tho sparso popula tion of tho far North tho atrangers who havo como sailing-into their worldhavo unifornily found fricnds, hospitablo and hclpful to thc extent of thcir limitcd rcsourccs; wliilo tho tribcs of interior Africa, crowdln...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 11 February 1885

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOU11NAL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 188S. 7 fatriistiraius. A Morning Snnbenm. A neatllng ln tho little erlb, A aoft hand lald npon my liaad, A gentlo w hlaper ln my ear, " Mtmnit, I'ra tnmmln' lnto badl" " No, no," I aald, " 'twlll nerer do Now ahnt thoae llttle'peepera tlglit, And itleep and dream tlll morning brcaka, Thenyonmay come when comaa tho llghtl" Agaln a neatllng ln the erlb, Aa down to rest my blrdle lay; I llatened for I thonght ehe tpoke-t- " Iluddy up, llght," I heard her aay. Then all waa itlll, Wo alept agaln Tlll dawn Ut np the eaatcrn aky, Then anng my blrdlo, awcet and clcar, " Now llght hai tnm, and ao haa II" Setected. ln n Southern Scliool-IIousc. I Avns n Ytinkoo school-tcnchor way down South. I wns young and full of zcnl. My scholars caught my on thuslasm. "Wo woro having a happy " Bcssion." Threo wccks of tho tcrm liad paBSod. Affairs in thoBchool-room wcrc noing smoothly and plcasantly. Not a harsh word had bcon spokcn. "It ls ...

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. — 11 February 1885

0 VERMONT WATOMMAft & STATE JOURNAL, WEMESMY, FEBRUARY 11, 1885; Tho I'all of Kliartoum. Tlio Arnbinn rubols havo cnpttireil Kliar toum. Tho wnr otllco of Rrcnt Brltnln mb Hslied, tlio fith liiHtant, tho followinR: "TclcRrams frora General 'Wolseley nn nounco tlint tho fnll ol Kluutoum took placo on Jauuary 20th. Ho nays Colonel Wllson nrrlvcil at Klutrtoutii on .Tamniry 28th, ninl was Rtcatly gurprlscil to flnil thnt the onciny wero lu posseasion of that placo. Ho linmeillatoly atarteil on hls roturn ilown tho rlver ai'ul prococtlcit uniler n heavy flro from tho reuels. When somo mlles helow tlio Shublaka cataraot, Colonul AVllson's steam ers wcro wrcckcd, but he and hlH wholo party maiiaffeil to rcach an Island ln safoty, whcre thoy aro secure. A stcaiuor has roiio to brlng theni back to tho liritlsh cainp ncnr Motcmneh. Qouoral Wolseley says ho has no lnformatlou ronardliiB tho fato of Gen- eral uorcion. and ilocs not miow wnetiierno Is dcad or nlivo." INTKRK8TIN0 PAKT1CULARS...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 18 February 1885

BY AV. "W. PllESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUA11Y 18, 1885, VOL. 80.-4088. NO. 10. "VEI)NESDAY,PE1JRUAHY18,1885. A Library for Ono Hollur. To ovory Biibscrlbor to TitE Watchman, old or new, who pays for lils paper a full yoar In advanco, wo wlll aond, wlthout chnrgo, postago frco, whichovor of tho fol lowing booka lio niay cliooso: " Ltfo ot Cromwell," 288pngC3j "Gcorgo Ellot'a Es aays," 288 pagos; " Snm llobart," by J. D. Fulton, D.D., 312 pagcs; "Succossful Mon of To-dny," 27G pagca; " lllstorlcal aml Othor Skotches," by Froudo, tho hlstorlan, 288 pnges; " Illustrations aud Mcditations," by Spurgcon, 283 pagca; " Martln Luthor," 2-10 pagcs, and " Oiir Chrlstmas ln a Pal aco," by Edward Evorett Ilato, 288 pagoa. Thoso aro tho samo books tliat havo boen lnoro fnlly deacrlbed in tliia coluinn for sovoral weoks past. 12ach book la woll bound ln a ncat papor covor of two colora. Tho typo la largo and clear about tho alzo uscd on our oditorlal pago tho prlntlng la cloan and on...

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. — 18 February 1885

2 VERMONT AVATCHMAN cSc' STATE .TOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUA11Y 18, 1885. CJT-Thla dopartment 1 whollr undor tlio control of tho agrlaultiiral edltor, T. II. llOSKtltfl, M.l) Newport, Tt.,nd healona 1 tobe hetd reaponalbla for the oplnloni herela exprosaed, To malntaln his rolatlvo position nnd succccd, n man In thcso days must know. Tho fnrmcr must know. It has bcen said that now ovon " bayoncts thlnk." Tho hooand spado must think, too. Labor must know. An cxchaHgo says that .Tolm ,1. Thomas thlnks that tho much-copicd statcmcnt that cions which are cut In vcry cold wcathcr aro not good is untruo. That is bccauso Mr. Thomas llvcs whcro tho wintcrs aro not vory cold. Bhothku MYiticK, awed npparcntly by his rcccnt Hoston cxpcrionco, cn dorses tho dcclaration thut " rnrmers necd moro brass." "Well, Loring nnd Ncedhnm have mado a sort of succcss that wny. Uut wo still boliovo that tho bcstcapital of tho farmcr is tho sterling gold of sclf-respcct and tho bright sil vcr of knowlcdgo. " Ju...

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. — 18 February 1885

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAL, "WEDNESDAT, PEBRUARY 18, 1885. Pensions Granted. To Captnln Ilicimrd Smith, Vorshlro, $'20 a month nnd 85,300 arrcars; Will lam M. Turnor, Duxbury, &2 n niouth and $500 nrrcnrs Mr. Tumcr's dlsnbll ity was an injury of tho kncc, rccclved at "Waterbury, Vt., In taklng tho cars to go to Ijrattloboro to bo mustorcd into tho Unitod Statcs scrvico; .Tcsso Sabin, "Woodbury, $1 a month and $1,000 arrcars; Gcorgo II. "Whitcomb, Springficld, hicrcaso of pcnslon from $4 to $8 a month; L. D. Savagc, "Waits field, incrcaso from $8 to $12 a month; A. "W. Strceter, Dorset, incrcaso from $8 to $10 a month; Charlcs II. Hassctt, Larro, incrcaso from $2 to $0 a month. Qucstlons Answcreil. B. J. S., Moretown. Thc govern mcnt furnishcs a truss to cvery soldler who is pensioncd for hcrnia. J. G. S., Hyde Paiik. It is too lato to file a new claim for pay for a horso lostinthc Unitcd SUites scrvico; but you can complctc tho old claim that has bccn disnllowcd for f...

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. — 18 February 1885

4: VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, "WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1885. WEDNESDAY, FEBHUAltY 18, 188C. Tho dcfcnt o an nmcndmont to tho postolllco npproprlatlon bill, subsldizing Amoricau vcssels cnrrylng tho Unitcd States mail, was votcd down in tho houso undor tho lcadcrshlp of llandall nnd Ilolman. Tho nmcndmont was In tho Intcrcst of tho rcsloraUon of tho Amorican marino, but whon Mr. Uayno of Fonnsylvauta, ono of tho fow rcpub Hcauswhoopposcdtho mcnsurc,showcd that tho bulk of tho proposed subsldy, about 8000,000, would go to swcll tho revcnucs of Gould nnd Sngc, tho back of tho proposal was brokcn. Mn. ClkvetjANd docs not tako tho publlc Into his conftdcnco In tho formn tion of his cabinot, and this Bccms to bo a eourco of annoyanco to pnrtlsans in both political cnmps. As tho choico of his ndviscrs is his personal mattcr, tho public will pardon tho prcsident-clcct lor kcoping his own counsels, providcd it shall turn out that ho has reachcd a wiso conclusion of tho wholo matto...

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. — 18 February 1885

dlsappcar upon tho nccoptanco by tho Biwiuu niiuuui lliairjuli (II IUU IUWU HyHlOIU Boino of tho districts, tlmt rnlso but an av crago por cont, spond onotigh In tultloil to bring tholr tax to n much liigher por cont. District No. 13, known as tho Gotildsvlllo district. rnlsod last year, as roportcd nt tho town clork's olllce, SISoO.Ol for school pur- nnno 1itl t. - t i 1 t trrnifnil uoIiahI t .11.. six aml one-ourth por cont of tho atnoimt thoro nro many cllntrlctn tlmt havo actually jupport of tho pnulert flchool. As uppoars froxn tho tnhlo, tho ninotmt of monoy rnisoil by all tho illstrlcts in town, oxcopt tho graded school district, is $1,(178.1)8, aml thls ty-flve onc-hundrodtha centn on tho totnl J'UWUIIUU Uk UUIUI 11113 ul'Ull UUII. UlUlCr tho town syHtom nchoola nsgood as, or botter than, under tho district ny-Htom, can bo main- a ttioil nt Min un - n lnn,. .n.. ...... 1 1 hiu ntiiiiu ui lun.t Luati iiuti uiurt-iuru iim. ma.v umi,ii iuu luvwi nyaiuiu 1 ndopted, n tax of abou...

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. — 18 February 1885

0 Vermont watchman & Statjs journal, wednesday, february is, 1885, "No Trcspnsslnff Hore." It wns pnintcd in vcry blnck lcttors on a vcry whito bonnl. Ho who ran couhl rcml, nnd Iluth Ucnnett wns only wnlklng vcry fnst when shc cnmo on it. But sho knew it by hoart nlrendy. For thc lnst month slio hml rcnd it ovory dny. nnd every dny turncd into tho dusty rond nnd nindo tlic long dctour nccdcd to Kct pnst Mr. Ilnlo's grounds ruid into liis ncxt ncighbor's. Fivo minutcs' wnlk through tbnt bcnntiful park would hnvc brouglit hcr to Mrs. Alcxnnder's licdgo, nnd savcd n niodi cum of strcngtli nnd tcniper sorely nccdcd for bcr trinls ns dav govcrness to threc little Alcxnndcrs. iJul sho hnd ncver vcnturcd tho libcrty, tliough shc had wantcd to cvcry dny, nnd thc inipulse had grown grcntcr sincc sho had nskcd Mrs. Alexandcr i it wns quito inipossiblc. " Tliero's Jiovcr a soul about it, ntid it's an cigbth of a niilo ccrtainly to thc housc. I don't believc nny ono would cvcr sco inc, nnd...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 18 February 1885

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, FiSBRUARY 18, 1885, 7 bkrtitntiCitts, J0r (ftjjHbrw. Ono Way to Cntch nn Owl. " Whcrc rild you gct tho blg owl, Unclo Ilnrry?" asked Tom, as ho occu)ictl his unclc's chnir. " I ilshctl for him," snUl Unclo Harry, looking uji from his work. " Fishcd for him?" repeatctl Tom, starhig at his unclo hicrcilulously. " Ycs; you know llicro aro a grcat mauy ways of doing somo thinss. aml ono way of catching owls is to fish for them," said his unclo, smiling. "Tcll mo about it," plcadcd Tom, scttling himsclf for a slorv. "Wcll," said Unclo flarry, laying down his pcn, and turning in his chalr, "I was out guuning ono aftcrnoon down on tho east cnd of Long Island. Your cousiils, "Frank and Gcorgc Pord, wcro with mo, and wo had just scatetl oursolvcs undor a trco for hinch, whcn Goorgo, who is an onthusiast ou tho subjccl of nalural history, hnnpcncd to sco somo pcculiar-looking balls at our feet. "What aro thoso things?" askcd Fiauk, as Gcorgc wa...

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. — 18 February 1885

8 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE J OURNAL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1885. Notcs from tlio Exposltloiu Nkw Oiu.kans, Fob. 19, 1885, Mr. EMor: Ycatorday It wna my good fortuno to recelvo u apeclal Invltntlon to nt tenil tho opcnlng of tlio Dclginn exhlblt in tho maln bulldlng. Tlio oxorclsos wero of tho most onjoynblo clmracter. At two o'clock l'rofessor W. A. l'ilclior opened tlio coromonlcs by plnylng on tlio great oxposl tlon orcnn tlio Dolainu nntlonal hvmn nnd Stnr Spancled llanncr. In tho incantlmo a lnroo numbcr o( ilivitcd nuests bad na scmblcd, nmong whom wcro conspicuous forelgn goveriinicnt coiiitnlssloners nnd mombors of tho dlplomatlc corpa. Among othcrs wero tho Gorman consul,the commls-slonor-genornls of JIoxlco, Jnpnn, Jamaica, Vonezueln. Honduras and otlior countrics, as well as u numbcr of lndles. Soon aftcr two, Dlrector-Uonornl llurko, cscortlng tho uon. uan sciiurz, witn jur. imun jiern sheln of tho exnoaltlon lioanl and a ntimor- oub nttcndanco of Unlted Stntos comm...

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. — 25 February 1885

BY AV. "W. PltESCOTT. MONTPELIER, YT., WEDNESDAY, FEBltUAllY 25, 18S5. YOL. 80.-4089. NO. 11. AyEDNESDAY, FEBIlUAltY 25,1885. Ciirrcnt Mcntlon. A rosTOFKicis lins bconcstnullshcdat East Barre. Tmt Stato Dental Association will liold a two-days' sesslou in Burlington ncxtmouth. LAwnnNOK Bariiktt ls to play ln tho Iloward Opqra Houso, Burlington, In tliu ncar futuro. HKKonnitu: " Eight tliousaml coplcs of prlntcd nnd bouud foollshness havo bocn sont out by tho stato prlntors, and labelcd ' Laws of Vermont, scsslou of 1884.' " The natlonal liouso commlttco ou public uulldlugs, on Monday, dcclded to favorably reportablllprovldlngforan appropriatlon of 875,000 for tho orectlon of a govcrnmont bulldlng at Montpollor. Tiiic dlroctors of tho Mary Fletcher hos pltal liavo rccolved from Miss Fletcher tho gcncrous glft of 55,000 to cndow a frco-bed ln perpctulty ln tho nnmo and behulf of tho First CalvlntHtlo Congregatlonal chureh ln Burlington. O.v tho sovonth pago wlll ho found a cut of tho ...

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. — 25 February 1885

2 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1885. t37-Thla dopartment li nliolljr undor thocontrol ot tlio agricultural editor, T. II. HosKtns, M.l)., Newport, Vt., unil h Mone lt to bo held reapontlliU for tlie oplnlom horeln expreasod. Hardy Itaspberrlcs. Mr. Editor : liavo you ovcr found a rcd raspberry that will stantl tlio wintcr In Northcrn Vormont without protcc tion o somo khul? If thcrc nro ono or raoro varictics that you know of, will you plcaso glvo rno tlio natncs, and somo o thc blacks. Bradford, Vt. W. Smallky. Eei'ly iiy Aomcurruiui, EmToit. Wc know of no rcd raapbcrry that is cntircly " iron-clad." ThoFhiladelphia has provcd tho hardicst with us, and ncxt that tlio Clark, but in ordcr to bo suro of n crop wo inust plant tliom ncar a fence, wlicro tho snow will covcr thcm, or lay thcm down, and cover with carth in tho fa.ll. Amoug tho Hlack caps tho Doollttlo still holds its own with us, in spitc of tho many noveltics that havc appcarcd sinco it wa...

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