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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 11 March 1885

VEUMOM WATGHMAN & STATE JOlJIlNAt WtiDNESDAY, MAIiCH 11, 1885. How tho Clock Wcnt. Tho elght-day clock navo rt grcnt deal of troublc. It had a Tmblt of ston pltig, mhI no ono know why. It wns duly wouiul and ovcrvthing dono for It that could bo dono for a clock. But still it would stop. It was tho clock Prankio wcnt lo school by, nntl tlicono thnt markcd off tho linppy play-hours when his llttlo frlcnds camo to scohlni, or when ho was allowcd to visit thcm. So ho mlsscd it, and wondcrcd a good dcnl about it, and wlshcd it could bo fixcd. But somo altcrntlons wcro to bo mndo in tho liotiso, nnd his motlicrsaid Ninny should lake tho clock to tho gar ret until its new nook was rcndy, and then it should bo sont down town for ropairs. Tho garrct was tho placo whorc all tho boys got togcthor on stormy days. Thcro was rooin to play clrcus and sol- aicr, anti no ono camo tnero to sa " Hush," or " Prav. bov. do bo nuict xn ono corncr was i-ranKto's plav- nouse. Tlicro were His oig dappic...

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 March 1885

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNtiSDAY, MAKCH 11 1885. 8 Weckljr Nows Suiiininrr. Vermont. ICendall Skkkls of Brandon, agcd slxty, hangcd hltnself Frldny morning. IIenry 8. .Toslyn, ilcalcr In gonernl mot chnndlso nt WllllHton, litis fallod. Hutland has llftoon marblo coinpanles, producing slxmllllons of dollars nnnually. Tiie grent Darmim nnd London shows wlll Biirely nppenr In Hutland In early Juno. llll. AND MltS. IIOUACK GoODIIUK llftVO re- contly cclebratod thuir golden weddlng nt Westminster. Alkxandku Watkins, a Westminster faruicr aiid a promluont inan thero, has fallod for 820,000. Mns. JIkhitajilk Danfohtii has jnst passud tho ono hundrcdth nnnlvorsary of Lor blrth at Bristol. Nklson Cook, olghty ycnrs old, was ro contly Bcnt by o.xpress fromSprlngflold, Vt., to Woonsocket, ll. I. The naino of tlio postolllco In riymoutli, known ns "Tyson Furnaeo," lias been changod to " Tyson." Studknts in tho Kpiscopal lnstltuto at Burlington havo started a little monthly pa po...

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. — 18 March 1885

BY "W. "V. rilBSCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., AVEDNESDAY, MAHCH 18, 1885. VOL. 80.-4092. NO. 14. Muirijmiw 0.urnnl "wKDXESDAY, aiAHClI 18, 1880. ALibrnry for Ono Dollnr. Toovcry subscrlber to Thk Watchman, old or now, who pays for lils papor a full year In advanco, wo wlll Bond, wtthmit chargo, postago freo, whlchovur of tlio fol lowing books lio may cliooso: " Lifo of Cromwoll," 288 pages; " Georgo Ellot's Es saya," 288 pages; " Sain Hobart," by J. I). Fulton, D.D., 212 pagcs; "Succcssful Mon of To-day," 270 pages; " Historical and Othor Sketolies," by Froude, tho lilstorian, 288 pages; " Illustrations aml Modltatlons," by Spurgcon, 283 pages; " Mnrtln laithcr," 240 pagcs, and " Our CUrlstmas ln a l'al ace," by Edwnrd Evorott Halo, 288 pages. Theso aro tho samo books thut havo bcon moro fully descrlbeil ln thlscolunin for soveral wecks past. Eacli book ls well boundiun neat papor coVor of two colors. Tho typu ls largo and clcar about tho sizo used on our edltorlal pago tho prlntlng ls cle...

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 March 1885

2 VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, AVEDNESDAY, MIICH 18, 1885. tgThl deparlment la whollr under the control of the agrloultural edltor, T. It. IIorkms, M.D., Newport, Vt., and lie nlone is to bo lielil reaponslblt for tli oplnions hereln exprosaod. Congrcss nnd tho Currcncy. Thc New York Examiner says: Two things itro csscntial In a papcr currcncy in onlor to mako it scrvicc ahloatnll timcs securltyand llcxibiltty. llnving no intrinslc vnluo, It inust havo sonicthing valtiablo bohtiitl it, which can bo Tmd for tho asking; and ils volumo must casily and naturally vary with thc domnnds of huslnuss. Our uatioual bank currcncy conics tho nenr cst to this stamford of nny )a)or monoy wo havo ovcr had in this coutitry. The old stato bank notes wcro a constant sourco of loss to thc pcoplc, whilo they wcro no dopcndcnco whatcvcr in pcri ods of ilnancial disturbancc. Tho de fect of tho "grccnhacks " is that thoir volumo is nrbitrarily dctcrinlncd, atul dctcrtnincd, moreovcr, by a politic...

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 March 1885

VERMONT "WATCIDUlN & STATJ2 JOtTENAL, WEDNESDAY, MAHCII 18, 1885. 3 TIio llcrltngo of l'rnycr. Dr. Austin I'hclpa, In liis vohunc " My rortfolio," montlons an invalid Christian woinnn froin Hichmond, Vir ginla -a porson of cducation, culturo iiiul judgmont who. dcbnrrcd froin othcr fornis of Christian sorvice, oftcn dovolcs hersclf to intcrcession on tho bchalf of fricnds, ncqualntanees, strangcrs, or persons whom slio mccts for a day atid ncvcr oxpeets to nicct ngain. Tho following is ono of ninny instnnecs which illustrnto hor oxpon cnce of tho nnswers grantod to belicv itig prayer: A fow ycars ngo two stran gcrs ontcrod tho car in which shc was a travclor, and sealcd thcmsclvcs so near hor that sho could not avold ovcrhear ing thcir convcrsation. In tho remarks of onc of them sho soon bceamo in tcnscly intorestcd. Shc infcrrcd from thcm that hc wns nn iinpcnitont nian, and for somc rcason Huprcnioly un happy. This was sulllclcnt to enllst hcr praycrfnl dcsircs In hls bchalf. ...

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 March 1885

4 VERMONT AVATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, AVEDNESDAY, MA11CII 18, 1885. SSffatrjjmiw $0.urmtl WHDNESDAY, MAKOII 18, 1885. Thk grcat rnilway striko 011 tho Goulil systcm of rallways lii tho West and southwcst has euded. Tho rall ways yicldctl to tho strikors aiul rc Btorcd tho old ratcs of wagcs. Tiikhk is no inatcrial chango I11 tho condltion ot Gcnoral Grant. II has riddcn out duritig tho past wcck, and at tlmes has shown signs of Improvcincnt. Thcso aro tliought to bo delusive and uo pcrmancnt chango for tho bottcr, it is bcliovcd, has bccn inado. Gknkkal Wkavkii, of grccnback famo, has intorccdcd iti vain wlth Presidcnt Clovcland in favor of tho Oklahoma boomers, a largc numbcr of whom havo bccn wniting to advanco again into Indiau Torritory. Tho pres idcnt has issucd a proclamatiou com manding thcm to obey tho laws and keep off tlie Indian rcscrvcs. Tho military aro prcpared to nct, if pcacef ul measurcs fail to supprcss outlawry. Tiikiik aro no startling or iniportant incidcnts ...

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 March 1885

f VERMONT WATCilMAN & STATE JOUIINAL, AVEDNESDAt, MAltCH 18, 1885. bc.it of nnythlng nlwnys solls. It la nlwnys poor goods thnt nro loft on a stagnnnt markot. IIo aald ns of Imttor so of nll oporntlons on tlio fnrm. Tlio fnrinor ought novor to bo sntiallcu untll lio coulil got tno best crop of grnss, tlio boat graln aiul tlio boat aiul largcst crops of all lio ctiltlviitos. At tlio eloso ot tlio aililroBS uuestlons woro nskcd nbout fortlllzors, ntc. Tlio doctor aald no ono could tcll tlio farmers of Waits field what thelr soll noedod. That ovory fannor must ascortaln for lilmsolf by ox- porlinonts, which ovory ono must try for thomsolves, lf thoy would bo auro of rosulls on tliolr own latuf, nnd by kooplng rocorda of wolglit and moasuros tlioy would flnd aucli to bo lnvaluablo. In tliom would bo found auccess. Tlio meotlng adjourncd from twolvo o'olock untll linlf-past two to tvo all iv chanco to nttond tlio lunoral 01 Mr. fi. Fullorton. for mnn powor, nnd tliat It can bo dono s...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 18 March 1885

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH: 18, 18815. 6 In n Ullzznrd. "Yca, thcro'a bcon lots of fjtonns 'long nbout Christmas tlinclatc yenrs," bcgan " Fishonniin " Tim: "nnd upcakin' o 'cin rcminds mc of ono out in Dakota: lo's sco, it nitisl be tcn ycars ago tliis Christmas" "Alijcomonowi liiicrposcu-nKup- Tliompson siatcnt " Pisbcnnan tho narson nrcnchud 011 Sundays: " conic now, lf you must tcll a story, Tim, draw it niild. Tliat last ilsli story waa 'inost too big. .Tcst for onco givc ua aomcthing roason'blo." Tim had bccn rclating an cxporicnco of liis wliich liad occurred whilo lio bad becu sharking in tho South Pncillc. "Tlia naoudonvm of " Fisheniian " had becu dorivcif from his alleged ndven- turca nmongtho llnny tribca of thoso ?w5leffii ?i,l?nSltS in which Tim waa now rea ding, wcro character, was suro to bc nround whcn evcr Tim wns known to bc in n story tclling mood. Tim himsclf nlwny pro testcd thnt ovcry thing which ho relntcd wns strictly truc. " Some...

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. — 18 March 1885

t VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MARCII 18, 1885. Tobncco nnd Its Uso. Tobacco scrvcs to Bcnro away moths, crtrput-bugs antl olhcr vormln. It nfTords nbsoluto sccuritj ngainst boing dovourctl by wolvos, bimarus and antl cannlbals; o wbich advnntago its dofondcrs aro nt libcrty io mako tbo moat. By cxcluding ladlcs from ninny a brcakfast and dfiincr-party, it wltlidraws froni gcntlcmcn a disagrecablc rc strnlnt. An advantngc is suggcstcd on tbo scoro of cconoihy. ln that it impairs tlio appotito so that lcss food is requircd. This rcminds ono of Mr. S(iucoi's' eus tom in Dothcboys Ilall o dosing his boys ovury niorning witb sulphur and trcadlo tbat thoy inight havo lcss capae ity for cating. "Aa to thc cost of tobacco ih moncy, timo, hcaltb and doctors, in coniparison witb tbat of nourisbing food , judgeyol Still anotbcr bcncflt, nccording to a doetor of divinity whosc cxporiuncc cn titlcs him to implicit crcdit, is that thc habit givcs to a man " a scnao of dccp se...

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 March 1885

8 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MA11CII 18, 1885. Wcckly Nows Suiuiiinrj. Vermont St. Ai.iians ls to lmvo iv Itoant of Trudo. Tiir Burlington Mcdlcnl Collcgo hns 0110 huudrcd soventy studonts. Tiik cltlzons of Chester liavo voted to os tabllsh ii contrnl hlgh sehool nnil luvvo laiil nn clght per cent tnx for lts support. A thouband-iollaii horso belonglng (o Stllliimn nrundoy of Vergennos, was kllled neeldently on Thursdny of last weclc. Tiik lnto Dnvld It. Cnmpboll of Windsor loft a bequcst of Si!0,(X0 to bo uppllcd toward tlio suppurt of tlio Koeklngham poor. Tiik totnl ainount of dutles recelvcd at St. Albans last iiionth wns $10,711!). Tlio dutles recclvcd nlrcady tlils luontli ainount to over $7,000. Tiik Flslier lnllls at bennington wlll start up itniiiedlately. When run at tholr f nll eit paclty tlio pay-roll nmounts to 81125,000 yearly. O. II. IIai.k, wlio lias been dolng a largo dry goods liuslness ln St. .lohnsbury for Beveral yenrs, lias falled and wlll...

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 March 1885

wftttnnt atrhman BY AY. AV. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., AVEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1885. VOL. 80.-4003. NO. 15. w nldjimw $0ttrmiL WEDNKSDAY, MARCH 25, 1885. Fnst Daj l'roclnmnUon. nVSAHUEL E. riNOItKK, OOVEltNOlt. Tho custom nnd examplo of oiir foro fathcrs, In dodlcatlng a speclal day of tho ycar to tho pious sorvlco of fastlng, humilia tlou and prayor to tho Lord, lms beon bo netlcont in its lnlluencos upon our stato and natlon and ls worthy of our perpotuatlou. I do, thoreforo, deslgnato and nppolnt Frl day, tho thlrd day of Aprll next, ai tho day of onr annual fast, to bo obscrvod and kopt as snch hy tho pooplo of tlila Btato. And I recominend that on that day atl tto peoplo rcst frotn unneccssary lahor and business, abstain from rccreatlon and nmuscmeuts, and engago In oxorciBos of pcnttcnco and dovotlon to Qod, ln our customury places of publlc worship, nnd ln doeds and servlces of lovo to hlm and to onr fellow-men, in our communitles and homcs. Glvon undor my hand and tho stato se...

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 March 1885

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOU11NAL, AVEDNESDAY, 3MA11CH 25, 1885. rimltttral. tV1M department ls wholly under tlio control of tho agrlcultuml cclltor, T. II. IloaKINS, M.I) Newport, Vt., and healono ls tolio liold rosponalblo for tlio oplnlona horeln oxprosscd, " Orangor gLman." Tho Minncsota legislaturo, which ad journed Sntunlay, wns iv grangor body and mct with a whlrhvind of tiuk about cstabllshing farniors' righls, but it rcally dld little cxcopt pass a eonscrva tivo railroad law sulistniitliilly llko tho ono in this stnlc. Tho domatid for tui " oi)on inurkct " for whcat gots only a clauso coninolliiig tho roatls to tako all graln offorcd, wnilo tho provlslon for uogotiablo warohouso reecipts was killed. Springfield UepubUcan. Ignoraut journals llko tho UepubUcan (for no journal is wcll-infornicd whiuh is not far bcttor posted about tho groat industry of tho laml than our cslocincd contomporary) always bcgiti by assutn iug that tho farmors aro going to inako fools of thomscl...

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. — 25 March 1885

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1885. 3 rcnslons Ornntcd. To John K. Wilson, Worcester, 84 n month and 8800 nrrcars; Ilnrriaon Bcan, I'lainflcltl, $2 a inonth and G00 nrreara; Qcorgc O. Uoyco, Montpelier, $10 a inonth aiul $l,0S0arrears; Ilenry C. Nowton, Moretown, a bounty of S100; Oeorgo K. Church, AVcst Tops ham, S-l n inonth and 170 arrcars. Qiicstlons Answcrcd. J. W. L., IIydk Pauk. Tho tlmo for nmking applicatlon for tho 8100 bounty undor tho act of July, 1800, has oxplred. You cannot obtain it. G. W. 13., ltUTiiAND. Tho salary of tho commissioncr of pouslons is $5,000 a ycar. Gcncral Ulack will also con tlnuo to rccoivo his pcnslon of 100 a month, grantcd him by a spcclal act of congrcss. G. J. II., ST. JOHNSlIUItY. Tho amount of govcrnmcnt land a soldicr or a soldicr's widow is cntitled to is ono hundrcd sixty acrcs. Tho govcrnmcnt pricc is 2.50 pcr acrc when sold to othcr pcrsons. J. M., Watehhuiiy. Tho monthly pay of your minor son, whilo a soldi...

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. — 25 March 1885

4 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1885. WEDNESDAY, MAKCII 25, 188C. The l'rovidtnce Journal, the Into Scnator Anthony's papcr and ono of tlio stanch republican journals of New England, apunks aonio plnin truths which wo dcsiro to commonil, bccnuso thoy nrc wholcsomo nnd havo unifonnly guldcd tho courso of The Watchman, both In politicnl nnd in non-politlcal affalrs. Tbe Journal says: "No mnt tor wbat tbo provocation may bo, nor howevcr gratifying tbo tempornry ad vantago, uo newspapcr can nflord to deny facts, or build morely sopbisticnl argumcnts upon tbo superllcial eircum stances of tbo bour. Anyconstituency worth consldcring will awnit tbo dcvcl opincnt of facts, as it will nccord a fair .hcnring to boncst opponcuts. Somo of our moro impctuous friends werc, wo rccollcct, impatient tbat wo did not 'claim tbo clcction of Jamcs G. Blaine. Ilad wo dono so, tbeir impulsivcncss would in tbo cnd bavo oxbibitcd itsclf in llattcring tcrms toward us. It is Well ...

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. — 25 March 1885

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOHRNAL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1885. rlnsn shnwlni? mnrknd advancomont. Tho funeral scrvlcos ef Mr. 8. B. Parker trnro hold at liin lntn honio on Frlday fore- hoon, Bev. F. C. Cowpor ofllclating. Tho pall-bcarerfl woro Davld AntlrowB, Charles Androws, Fred Cook nnd Jamos Patrlck, foromen ln tho dlfforont dopnrtmonts nt tho factory.whoro Mr. Parker linil bcon ln chargo. Ho loavos a wldow, n gon (.Tolm 1'arkor nf Lowell, Mass.) anil a daughter (Mrs. Dr. W. G. Brown ol Catnbrldgcport, Mass.) to mount tho loss of a klnd husbntid and fatlior. Mr. Parker cumo licro Irom AHhlaiul, N. II., a Httlo nioro than four ycar ago. to act as su porlntondont of tho factory ol Mr. J. W. Gould, whlch position lio llllcd aoccptably. By hls strict Intcgrlty and falthfulncss ho Ton tho rcspoct of both hls einployer nnd tho opcrntlves. Ho was a moinbor of Mo- CnaniCS 1OOC0, A. j. ui JJVnuni luwm., and nlso a moinbor of Gotildsvlllo lodgo of Good Tomplars. Mrs. Bowlos, Mr. Parkor...

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. — 25 March 1885

6 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATB JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MAltOli 25, i88. Ilclonorc. Sho cnmo to tho tloor 0110 drcary No vcmbcr tlny. In a pouriiic raln, nml bcggcd in brokcu Engllsh tlint wo woulil tnke licr inlo our scrvlce. Shc bclonged to n mlscrablo Frcnch Cnnadiiui fnmily thnt lind livcd In tho city for ninny yenrs; but, ehlftless nnd dcgrndcd ns thoy wcrc, it was cvldcnt, from tho young glrl's nccount, thnt thoy considcred hcr tho blnck shccp iunong thcm; nnd licr motlicr, nlwnys hnrsh with hor, for somo rcnson lind rccontly grown morc so. until thnt morning, nftcr an uiiustmlly crucl bcnting, Hele nore sbo snid hcr nnmo wns Ilelenoro Bnldcnu hnd fled from undcr hcr hnnd, nnd, shnking off tho dnst of licr uativo nllcy, wnndcrcd, shc noverknow nor cnrcd whithcr, llll hunger nnd fn tiguo led licr to scck n shclter with us. Hcr plnin nnd soincwhnt hcnvy fnco wns swollcn nnd red with wecping, nnd tlicro wns n look of plcading in hcr grcnt soft blnck eyes thnt wns diflicult to resist. ...

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. — 25 March 1885

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATB JOU11NAL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1885. 1 Cliarmlo. My flrst is what you'd bcttor do If tlangcr lics boforo you; My sccond's not a plcasanl tliing "Whon it is brandlshcd o'cr you. My wholo wlll hclp tho travclor "Who lovcs abroad to roam, And uonc tbo lcss his good wifc, Who makcs lior bread at liomo. M. A. S. 0. 2 Flornl Illnnks. Hcquired, to flll tho blanks with thc naincs of llowcrs and namo tho author of tho sclcctlon. 1 I romcinbcr tlio that buddcd and flowcrcd. 2 Tho droops Its tcndcr foliago, and dcclliics its bloom. 3 And tho flowor, that, in tho brcczo Nods lonoly, of hcr beautcous raco tho last. 4 Tho solitary 1 on thc bank Sccmcd now as though it had no causo to mourn. 6 Tho slccp in fragrant caso, And hido thcir azuro cycs. 6 Earth's 1 still must twinc, Nor braid onc beautcous in. 7 And fair beside tho forcst gloom Lights up tho '8 purplo bloom. 8 Twicc thc summcr round his head "Wrcathcd its white and rcd. 9 And rcd on thc plain thc grow AVhcro...

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. — 25 March 1885

VERMONT "WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1885. tCONTINCKII FROM KIHBT rAQK, hls babyj snld hls wlfo had gouo off nnd loft lt alono; witnoss coultl r.ot go nftcr tlio baby, but lio brouglit lt to hcr: was very mucli ox clted: that aftornoon ho camo ngaln and lelt thlngs for tlio baby; sald lio liad seon n lawycr, Mr. l'itkln, who sald lio liad dono rlght; sccmcd nioro calm. llr.i.i.K Dii.i.on, a ncar nolRhlior, liad known respondent all lior llfo. Mct liim on tlio 22d of August carrylng tlio baby ln a wngon; lio looked oxcltcd; bls o.ves woro glnring. Ho wns an avorago Bcliolar wliou tlioy went to scliool. Mns. Kn. Jack saw respondont 011 tlio 22d of August. IIo apponred aobor and sad. Hls wlfo was at Mrs. Jnck'sresldonco about lialf an Iiour tliat nlght. Bhosaid: "Thoy (Sanders and wlfo) quarroled, and I asked thom to go out of my lionso, as I dld not wlsh to liear any moro of lt. IIo was vorymucb oxcltcd. Sho went away flrst. Aftor hIio left lio took out hls dlar...

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. — 1 April 1885

&lhmmt BY W. AV. PRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., AVEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1885. VOL. 80.--4094. NO. 1G. itrfmjmt TOrtcjjimm 0.unml, AVEDNESDAY, APJUL 1, 1885. Current Mendon. Thk meetlng of tho town Buporlntondents of Orange county wlll bo hold nt Chelsea noxt Tuesday. Noiiton and Grand Islo aro nddcd to tlio 11st of tlio towns tliat ndopted tlio town Bys tom of scliools at tlio lato clcctlon, maklng thlrtcoit so far as lioard froin. Tiib caso of tlio Kutlnml Katlroad Com pany vt. Jolin B. l'ago stlll drags Its slow length along ln tlio' Kutland county court, with nothlng to indlcnto tlio ond ncar. Theue wlll bo n meetlng of tlio fnll board of commlssloners on tlio now stato llbrary bulldlng ln tlils vlllago, to-niorrow, to ndopt soino ouo of tlio plnns submlttcd by tlio nrchltccts. In lils artlclo ln tlio April C'entury on " Somo l'hases of Stato Legislatlon," Theo doro Koosovclt gives it ns his oplnlon tliat tlio Vonnont loglslaturo ls siipcrlor to tliat of Now Vork. Statk TitKAsunKtt ...

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. — 1 April 1885

2 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAT, APRIL 1, 1885. J3r"Thls departmont li wholly under the control of the agricultural odltor, T. II. IIoskins, M.I)., Newport, Vt., and tie alone ls to bo liold responslble for tho oplnlons herelu expressed. Our Engllsh Frlcnds. A vnlucil eorrcspondont writcs to ask us: "Arcn'tyou n Httlo hard on our EugHsh friends?" "Wcll, no; vro don't think so. Wc nro of thoroughbrcd English dcscont ourself, nnd havc no notion of abuslng tlio old mothcr coun try or hcr pcoftlo. But wo Anglo AincriciUis aro nlmost without cxcep tion dcsccndants of middlc-class Eng lishmcn small gcutry,yoonicn, trndcs mon and marincrs. AVo havo estab lishcd herc a middle-class coustitution, upon thc basis of liborty and cqual rights. But, with tlio growth of ricbcs, snobbcry has grown, and our inlllion- aircs are workiug to sct up au aristoc racy by buying thomsolves into our scnatcs, statc anduational, and making houscs of lords of thcm. Just as Englaud is gotting rc...

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