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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 7 November 1872

L 0 QAL NJHWS' . Oi'T.v aur.cnr.n CiiAi'Ti'.it No. 21, , 11. A. M., sncclal Convocatinn Mon nay ovc, .aovn, icwz, uv i-z o clnch. Woodstock liOiiai: To. 31 F, & A. M rojmlar eommuiilcutlon Wciliicilny ovc, Nov 13, 1872, nt 7 1-2 o'clock. U:t.Ni Aiimv or iiir, lHu'i'iir.io. Itcgular Mcctlng ot'Shorid.in l'ost, No. 22, IJcpt. ol Vermont (J. A. It., i held on the iirt itnil thiril Thuritday ovouingi of eaeh nionlli. All npH cations l'or mustt-r inust bo miule at Kcguhir 31cotlngs. lly ordor of tlio l'ost Cointnaiwlcr, K. 1'. TuwKSiiunv, Adjl. Ari I vnl aml Iloiisuliiro S' Ktiiiro. For Woodstock Staiion j lcavo at 10 a. in. nrd 10 ii. in. Arrlvcnt 1 a. in, aml ,p ir.. Foii JliiTiinL, West Hartford, ilarnard, tmJ rnnirretileavcsathn.nl. Arrivcs nt 7 ji. in. l'on ItUTLANMi, Lrni,ov, KriilKowatT, Shci--buno aud Plymouth; leives at 0 a. in. Arrivcs at S ,'J0 p.m. l'oit Si'itiNM'ini.n. South Woodstock, Itead ing, &c. ; lcaves at 5 a in. Arrivcs ai 0 p. m. Mail closcs lor morning stag...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 7 November 1872

(Concludod from firat pago.) I lcarned how to uso (lio thing out on tlio Plains, It como kincl of haudy to know most tliings, gcnerally. "Wo'tl mcant to exhibit thia afternoon ; aiul, aftcr wc'd hunted tlio eritter pret ty lnuoh all tlio morning, wo went Lack to tho teut over in Galoosa to seo if any one clso liadlicard of him, wo liad'nt nioro'n got thcre, when in bounccs this dog. "IIo hain't got no namo, only 'tlio ugly dog;' and ho comes up to 1110, and bogmos to bcg and whine, and then ho catchcs hold ofmo, and tric3 to drag nio along witli him j and L felt suro somcthing was to pay. So liaving tlio tiger on my niind, I na tnrally though of liini lirst; and, as long as I didn't know wlicro to look for liini, I was just as liko to iind liini by following tho dog as any other way; so wo sot out, and you ncver sco a criltcr so ticklcd as tliat dog was. "IIo led us along tlirougli tlio swamp, and by-nnd-by I was suro 1 heard tlio beast. So vo kind of stolo a march on liini ; and, w...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 14 November 1872

TIIB PEOPLE'S RIGIITS REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY TIIE UNION AND TIIE CONSTITUTION WITIIOUT ANY INFItACTTONS. YOL. 33: NO 5. WOODSTOCK, VT., THTJRSDAY, NOV. 14, 1872. WHOLE NO. 1581 S l't'llI.ISIIIM) KffillY THUllSD.VY, BY WILLl.Ul I). JlcJlASTKH. Tr.iins I..jO iii:nliUiPL' ; al'lcr tlivco inonths 1 73 ; ut thu eml oi' thc j car, S'2,03. TEKMS FOlt ADVKliTlSING. For ono Miiiaro or lcvi ul' thh typo, ouc in Benion, Sl.OU; lor cncli biili:,ctiic!i.t ii.citioii 25 ccnl. Unless tho limnbc'r ot iuci-tiniis aro markcd on tho advcitiscnicnt ii will lio coil timii'il lill ordcrc-il out. Lilit'ral din.Mmit tn nicrchants and nthura ailvcrtfelli!! h tlio.vcnr. I'robatc anil Cunimiili)i)crsl Xnticcs, $?3.0t cacli. l'or noticcs of r.ilicralions, Kstray.s tho Fonratiou aml l)i-Milulioii ot'Copartncrliii, c.tc., 1.50 cacli, l'or thrce incrt ion. I C .on t by tnail tlio nioncy niiist aecoinpany tlic lcttrr. KotiiTi in iioivh columii!), 10 ccnts pcr line cnch iu'crtinn, 1ml 110 charges inadc ol' h"- tl...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 14 November 1872

SPfflT OF THE AOB Wodnosday, Nov. 13 1872. Tho Rosult. rni i. . i. i -r. i . 1 , . l iio resuu oi uie iTesiucnuai eioction on Ttiesdiiy oflasl weelc is now known to the people of tho Country. Tho "Refoiin" movcinent did notit appears "tako" very woll with (ho voters of tlie nation. (Jreclev ifc Brown aro most thofouglily whipped. ISIany Doinocrats did not voto for thom, nnd tliat coinbined with tlio l'raud, corrup tion, nioncy, niggcrs nnd other illegal arrangemonts ot'the Grant nien causcd tho defeat of those candidatos by an alinost overwhelniing nisijorily. Vc bcliovc witli a fair voto and an lionost couiit, and witli proper candidatos for tho Prcsidoney, tliu Dcniocracy can poll a mueli largcr voto tlian they did last Tiiesday, if not earry tho eleotion. Tho incrcasod volo and majorily for Grant is only dno to tho uiijiopulurity of Greoloy, and Doinocrats rcfusing to voto for liim by tlie hundivds and tlion sand.s. We hopo lioroaftor tliat llio Uoniocratic )avty will stand nion ...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 14 November 1872

LOGAL NEW 8. Oita' (jur.oiiin; CiiAi'Tr.u No. 21. It. A. M., rognlar Convocation Mon day ovo., l)ee. 2, 1872, ul 7 1-2 O clnck. Woodstock I.oiior, No. 31 V, St At M., regular cominunlcution Wcdncsday ovc, Dcc 11, 1872, at 7 1-2 o'elock. Oiiaxi) Aumv ov Titr. Kin'i'iiuc. Itcgular Moeting of&horldau Post, No. 22, Dept. ol Vermont (J. A. K., ! lieltl ou tlio lirlaml third 'I hursd.iy cvcningii of cach moiith. All appll catiuns t'or muster must to mmlo iit ltculitr Mcetings. Ity ordor ol' tho Votl Coinniaiuler, K. 1'. Tr.WKSiiuuv, Ailjt. Ariival untl Di'piiiliuo u( Slajcs. For Woodstock Stai ion ; lcavo at 10 a. in. ar.d. 10 ji. m. Arrivc ul 1 a. m. aud o i r.. Foit Jtr.Tiini., Wcct Hartford, iiarnard, aml Fomt'rct; leaves at S a. m. Anives at 7 j. in. 1'ou liUTLANH, Ludlow, llndgewati'r, Sher burne aml Plymouth ; leaves at 0 a. m. Anives at 8.30 p.m. Pon Si'Hi.vorir.i.D. South Woodstock, Itead in", itc. ; leaves nt o a m. Arrives ai 9 p. m. Slail clos.es lor morning stago to Statio...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 14 November 1872

Whcn? If I woro tolcl that I niuat dio to-inorrow, That tho noxt BUii Which sinks should boar 1110 paat nll foar and BOITOW For auy ono. 0 AU tho fight fouglit and all tho . Bhort Journoy through YVhat shall I do ? I do not think tlmt I should shrlnk or faltor, r liut just go on, Doing my work, uor chango nor Book to altor Aught that ia gono ; Ilut rlso, and movo, and lovo, and Bmllo, aml pray, For ono moro day. And lying down at night for a last Hlooping, 8ay in that car Whicli licarkona ovor''Lord within thy kooping How should I foar? And vthon to-morrow bringB thoo noaror 81111, Do thou thy 1 might not Bloep for awo ;hut poncoful, tcnder My bouI would lio All night long; whcn tho morning Bplendor FlaBhed o'er tlio sky, I think that I could smilo, eonld calmly nny, "It is his day." Ilut if a wondrous hnnd from tlio lihio yonder Hold out a Bcrollti On whicli my lifo wcro writ, anijljfcvith wonder Bohold unroll fff To a long century'n end its mystio cluo, What Bhould Ido? What could...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 21 November 1872

TIIB PEOPLE'S IUGIITS-REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY TIIE UNION AND TIIE CONSTITUTION WITHOUT ANY INFRACTIONS. WOODSTOCK, YT., THURSMY, NOV. 21, 1872. WHOLE NO. 1582 VOL. 33: NO 5. IS l'UHMSHBl) VVKUV TIIU1WDAY, BY WILLIA3I I). McMASTEIt. Trhms 1.50 inadvanco ; nftorthrcc monthi 91.7.5 i nt tlic cnd of the year, $2,00. TEKMS FOIt ADVK15T1SING. For ono square or less of tliis type, onc in senion, $1.00; for cach subscqiicnt ir.sertion 25 cents. Unlcsa tho nmnberol Insertions are markcd ou tho mlvcitisctiicnt it will bc con tinucil till ordcred oiit. Liberal diseount to merchants aud others advcrtisinu by tho year. Probate aud Commissionovs' Xoticcs. ijll.Ot' cach. For uoticcs of I.ibcrations, Kstrays, the Forir.ntion and Dissolution of Copartnership-;, etc, $1.50 cach, for thrce inscrtions. If sent by mail tho money mnst accompany tho lettcr. Noticcs in iicV3 columns, 10 cents pcr lino each imertion, bnt no ciiargcs madc of leas thau 50 cents. Noticcs of Deaths nnd marriages inscrtcd Srati...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 21 November 1872

SPIEIT OF THE AOE Thursday iVov. 21 1872. Tho Great Boston Firo. Inr.nt 'iitui; GWits. Now tliat Gcn. Grant and his pirtieular friends hnvo got lliemsolves comfortably os- tablishcd f'or anotlior four yCars' stay at ashingtoii, tlio uexl, thine: tliat i.i . . . . . . We felt nuito sad to lonrn ofllm b.lo ll,0J l)rolKMO U0II,S 13 10 "av0 t,1C11' aries raiseti, so tliat tlioir liituro resi- disasterous firo in the cily of Jloston, by wliich many mtllions t' dollars worth of property was destroycd and many acres of land btirned ovcr. Tho busincss men of tho cily do not seoni to bo diseotiraged, but arc rencwini,' thoir efibrts with coiiiinondablo energy and vigor. It will not bo many wocks, imy, but a few luontliH, at tbe longel, bei'ore tho stdferers of this destructive iiro will bo io-estabiished in business and tlio btirnt porlioii of tho cily so nicely rcbniit Ihat hardly a Iraco of tlio desolating footsteps of this costly vsiit oi loonro mng, wiii roniain. e trust tliat our predie...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 21 November 1872

LOGAL NJ2WS. fl Orr.u Qur.cnr.r, Cu.U'thh No. 21, VXV-, lt, A. JL, rogular Convoeatinn Mon Of ovc, l)ee.2, 1872, at 7 1-2 Woodstock Loimi; Nu. 31 V. & A. M., rcgular comniunication WcdiiMduy ovc, Dcc 11, 1872,at7 1-2 o'clock. Oit.VNi) Aumy or Tin: Kia'i'iiLic Kegular Mecting ol'Shoridan Post, 'o. 22, Dcpt. ol Vonnont (i. A. lt., U hcld on tho lirt aml thlrd Thursday evonings of cncli moiith. AU appli cattuns I'ov mustcr must bo nuulo ut ltcgular Jleetings. lly ordcr of tlio l'os-t Coiniumidcr, :. 1 TnwKHiiuity, Adjt. Airlval ancl Ili-puvtimi ol" Nlatres. For Wooiistock Statiox ; k'avo at 10 a. m. and 10 p. in. Arrivc ut 1 a. ni. nml o p m. Fou JlKTiiiiL, West Hartford, ilaiuard, und Pomfret i lcaves at i n. ni. Airivcs nl 7 p. tn. Fou ItUTLANl), Lrm.ow, Bridgewater, Shcr bunc and Plymouth i Iojvcs at (i a. in. Arrives at 8.30 p.m. 1'oit sji-niNoriiii.i), Soutli Woodstock, Read ing, iV.e. ; lcaves at .5 a m. Arrives at 9 p. m. Alail closes I'or inorniug stago to Station at 0 n. m...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 21 November 1872

Forgivenoss. FonaiYENESs holds tho goldon eoalo On which our final judgmont rcstsj VouldBt tliou at laat with God provall, And Bing among tho puro and blost ? Forgivo, and from thy iumost lioart, Whatovor injuriea you fcol; Forgivo, rogardlosa of tho Btnart: For othors's poaco thy woiinds conco.il. Forlmmaii naturo can but orr, Whatovor Fducatlon claims; Tho balm of hcavon lot us profor i ForgivonoBa winn a doathlosn namo, With whomsoo'cr your part you aot, With Christain, Hoathcn, Jow or Turk, This perfoct loro ropols attack; Qivo Lovo divino hor porfoct worlt. liovongo a brutal hoart botrays, Tho noarost "totally dopravoil;" A bouI unblost in all its waysj And bids us ask, "Who can bo Bavodf" ForgivcnoBB is a pricelosn gom; Forovorsafo from tnoth or ruat; Tho Christain'B crown and diadoni; A joy which noyor f allfl tho Just I Tho hoart which foolB for othcr's woas Will flnd oach Bolflah sorrow loss; Tho brost tliat happinom bcetowH Itolloctod happinosH shall bloss. Fathcr in lioav...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 28 November 1872

TIIE PEOPLE'S RIGIITS IIEPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY TIIE UNION AND TIIE CONSTITUTION WITIIOUT ANY INFRACTIONS. VOL. 83: NO 7. WOODSTOCK, -VT., THURSDAY, NOV. 28, 1872. WHOLE NO. 1583 IS l'l'HI.IHHKU HVEllt THUE3DAY, BY WlLLrAM 1). Mc.MASTER. TiatMs $ 1.50 in advance ; after threc montln 1.7.3 i at tlio ciul of tho j 1'itr, $2,00. THKMS FOIt ADVKUTISINO. For oiio squarc or les of tliis typc, 0110 in scrtion, gfl.OO ; I'or cat-li subsecpici.t ir.sprtion 25 cents. Unlcss tho niimbcrnt inscrtions are markcd 011 tlio advevtiscrncnt it will be con tinucd till ordercd out. Eibcral discoiint to mcrehants and otlicrs advertisins; by tlio year. l'robate and Coinmissionors' Notices, 3.01' cach. For notices of I.ibcrations, F.strays, tlio Formation uud Dissolutiou ofCopartnership, otc, 1.50 cacli, I'or thrcc inscrtiuns. If sent by ninil tlio moncy intikt accompany thclcttcr. Noticcs in nows columns, 10 cents per lino cach iiiscvtion. biit no ciinrgi's made of lcs tlian 50 ccnts. Noticcs of Dcatlis ...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 28 November 1872

I SPIEIT OF HE AOE Thursday Nov. 28 1872. Opposition. We notico that quite n large number of promincnt Grant-llepublicaii papors aro advising tlio IIon. Charlcs Siimucr of Massachusetts, to rosign liis seat in tlio U. S. Senato wliicli expircs Mare Jkl, 1875, bccauso of his opposition to the adtninistratiou of President Grant. Tlio so-called Kopublican party 1ms boasted lnucb of its willingncss to givo all people, rogardless of sex, coi or, raoo condition, politics, or religion thcir riglits aud constitutional privilcg es. Now wc sco this Kelf-same party of Liberty aud Equal Eiglits, snub bing, ostracizing promiuent Senutors and Coiigrcssmeii, aud othcr distin guisbed public mcii, bccanso tliey hon estly oppose Grant's administrution Wc believc tbat in a frco and indcpen dcnt govenunent like oiiih a govern mcnt of tie people tliat we need two political partics ; a inajoiity as well as minority party. Tlio minority lias riglits tbat should be respeetcd by the "people," and "the powcr...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 28 November 1872

LOOAL NEWS. 'lrr.u uunonr.n CiiAi'Tini No. 21 , U. At 51., vof?ular Convocation JIon Uay ovc, ucc.a, iaz, ai i i-z WnnnoTnnv I.nnm' "NTn. !tl 10. X". A. At.. rcgular communication Wcducjday ovc, Dec 11, 1872, at 7 1-2 o'clock. Okand Ahmy op Titr. Km'i'iiMo.ltegular Mccting of Sheridau Post, No. 22, Dept. ol Vermont G. A. It., is hcld ou tho iirst and thiril Tliursday cvcninga ol'cach montli. All appli catiuns lbr muster inust bo nuulo at Itcguhir Moetings. Hy order of tlio Post Comniandcr, K. P. TinvKSiiUHY, Adjt. Arrivul aiul ll('iurtiir of .NIukom. For Woodstock Station ; leavo at 10 a. m. and 10 )). in. Arrive at 1 a. m. and o p m. Foit 1Ii:tiii:l, West Hartford, ilarnard, and Pomfret ; leavcs at b a. ni. Arrivcs at 7 p. in. Fou IEutland, Ludlow, llridgow'ater, Slicr bunc and Plymouth J leavcs at u a. m. Arrivcs at 8.30 p.m, Foit SSi'iuNorir.M), South 'Woodstock, Read ing, &e. ; lcaves at 5 a. m. Arrivcs at 9 p. m. Alail elobcs for morning stago to Station nt 0 a. in. For nig...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 28 November 1872

A Loafor's Soliloquy. Kotli Griiuos and I woro clasomatos onco Antl I was rich, and ho waa poor ; I liail -alau, it waa :ny bauo Tlio woalth a fathor laid in ntoro, Soth toilod at morii, and nooii, nnd night, Uatil IiIh handa woro hard and brotvn, To pay liia board and tallor'B bllls, Whilo I wao loimging' rovmd tho town. But mostly in tlio dry goods utoro, To soo tlio prolty glrl como in, Or snioking with my Jolly yoors. Who woro tho fonls of auld lang synu. Tho villago bellcn lookod proud and (lorco If Scth mado o'on tho loant advanco ; And nono, from Inoz dowu io Poll, Wonld ho IiIr partnor at tho daiicc. Ilut I, lialf drttnk with Kparklhig port, Waltzod with tho fairost of tho fair : And high-born Iiioz'h proud p.ipa Onco askod what my intontions worc. Thus stood Neth (iriinoH and I at Hchool ; And yct on exliibition day, Altliough the lndios praisod me mucli, Ho BOtnohow boro tho irlo away. ln briof, tluoughjjlo'.ig and woary nlghtn, Ho Htorod liin mind witli kriowlodge raro, A...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 5 December 1872

TIIE PEOPLE'S BIGIITS BEPItBSBNTATIVE DEMOCllACY TIIE UNION AND TIIE CONSTITUTION WITIIOUT ANY INFRACTIONS. VOL. 83: W 8. WOODSTOCK, VT., THUliSDAY, DEO. 5, 1872. WHOLE NO. 1584 18 l'UUMSIIint KV'Kllt TIIUIUDAV, M WIULUI i). MeMASTElt. Tkums 5'l.oOinaihaiH'ojartertlirce months 91,75 i ivt tlio cml oi tlio year, TEHMS FOR ADVKRTISING. Far ono smiare or less of this Ivno. onc in scrlion, gl.UO; I'or cach subscquor.t ir.scrtiou 25 cents. UuIosh tho lmnibcrol inscrtioui ro markcd ou tlio advcvtiseincnt it will be con tinued till onlercd out. Libcral discount to nierchants and othcrs advcrtisinn by the year. Frobato and Commis'jioncrs' Noticcs. S3.0C cach. For noticci of I.ibcrations, Kstrays, tho Fonnation and Dissolulion of Copartnerships, ato., 1.50 cacli, for thrcc inscrtious. If scnt by mail tlio money imibt nccoinpany the lctter. Notices in ncws columns, 1U ccnts per line each imcrtion, btit 110 cimrgos mado of lcss than nO ccnts. Nottces of Deaths and lnurriiiKcx inscrted irratis....

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 5 December 1872

SPI11IT OF THE AOE. Tluirsday Dcc. 5, 1871. Nkw Executivi: Mansion. Thc proposhioii to build a new Executivo jHunsion, north oi' and ndjoiuing the present onc, wliich ia to l)u oonverted inU) a Prcsiilcntial ollioe, mects witli gencral favor, antl a bill is to bo press cd ia Conurrcss tliis wilder for author't- ty tocoininenco -work upon-the new muii&ion carly noxt Spring. 'Wo tliink "tho proposition to build a new Exeou- tivo Mtinsion," when tho nalion is so dceply in debt isim unnecessary cx- pcnse as well a most gross imposition upon thc pooplc. Dtiring tlio latc Presidenlial clection tlio Grant Repub lican leaders promised the people hon csty, ccoaoiny, rclrenchnicnt ol' ex-pou-ica ; mluction of tlio publio dobt aud such liko, "reforins" in cnsc Graut was rc-elccted, aud tho lkopubliean parly contimied in power. Wo ask if such au necdless and extravagent ineas uro as tlio above is I'ullilling thoso proinises. Thc "Presidcnts IIouso" is a most i'urnished. It don't however app...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 5 December 1872

L 0 0 AIj NJ'JWS. OiTtrintii'.niir.r. CJiiAvrnii Nn. 21 , It. A. M., rognlar Convocatlon Mon day ovo., Uec. 2, 1872, at' 7 1-2 n p.lnp.k . lVitmtai'ftnt' T.nnm. "Mn. .11 1( A. AT.. rogular communlcation Wcducsilay ovc, l)cc 11, 1872, nt 7 1-2 o'clocl;. GltANI) AllMV 01' Tltl! KlU'UllMO. Kcglllar Mcoting ofShoridan l'ost, No, 22, Dcjtt. ul Vermont (i. A.K., (sheldon tho flrstnnd thlrd Thursd.iy ovcnlngs of cach inonth. All appIN cntions for imi8tcr inust bo innJo ut Koguhir Sloetiiigs. llj ordor of tlio l'ost Coinmauder, K. 1'. TiiWKsiiuitv, Adl. Arrlvnl iiml Heourliivo ol' Suiu.o. Fov Woodstock Statidm; leavo nt 10 u, m. and 10 ii. m. Arrtvc ut 1 n. m. mul ti p. iv., Fou JIi:tiii:l, West Hartford, ilnrnard, and Pomfret; lenvcs nt h ii. in, Arrivea nt 7 p. m. Fon lti'TLANU, Ludlow, Ilridgowuter, Slior liimu nnd l'lyniriulh i leavoa nt 0 a, m. Arrivos at 8.30 p.in. Fon SriiiNfiriEi.i), South Woodstock, Read ing, &c. ; leavcs at 5 a. m. Arrivcs at 0 p. m. Slull closcs I'or inoruing...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 5 December 1872

Novembor. 1)7 JAMES O, CLAltK. Ono of tlio most boantifnl and toucblng pooma ovor writton on tho month of Novorab or, ia tho following gom by Jnmos O. Clark. Tho red buii gathorod up hia boams, To Wcl tho withorod carth fnrowoll, Aiul voicos from tho nwolling stroama Aro ringiug with tho ovciilng boll ; Tho cold lako tliroba in rostloss griof, Whero lato tho wator lilioo grow ; Whilo auturan fowl, and aiitnmn laaf, Aro Bailing down tho rivor bhio. Foraakcn aro tho woodlaud Bhrinos, Thc birda to warraor laudn havo lloil, And windb aro wailing tlirough tho pinoa, A dlrgo for Bumnior'a glorious doad ; K'vcn mau foruakos hia dally strifo, And musos on tho brlght thinga Ilown, Ab If Naturo'B changing lifo, IIo aaw tho picturo of hia own, I often thinlc, at thlu cad lioiir, Ab evoning wcops lier earlicst tear, And fiunaot guilds tho nakod bowcr, And waven arc broaking cold and cloar, Of that glad tinio, whoae memory dwclln Llko atarlight o'or llfo'a cloudy woathor, Whon aido by Bido vo ro...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 12 December 1872

fTfer .s: G nbev.i ,-tni'uirnml nT ' ' ! .t' U,"i ' THE PEOPLE'S HIGHTS UHWIHSENTATIVE DEMOCRACY TIIIS UNION AND TIIK CONSTITUTlON WITIIOUT ANY INFRACTIONS. VOL. 33: NO 9 WOODSTOCK, VT., THURSDAY, DEO. 12, 1872. WIIOLE NO. 1585 18 l'um.isiuin ivi:im tiiumday, m william i. mcmasteu TnitMS ffl.flO inadvanco ; after thrco moutlis $I.7o; at tlie ornl 01 tlio ycar, TKKMS FOK ADVEUTISIXU. For oue smiaro or lcss of this t.yno, ono in sertion, 1.00; for cach snliscqiieit ir.'crtion o ccnts. unicss tlio iminucroi inscrunus an mavked nu tlio ailrortisoinent it will bc con tinucd till ordcrcd oul. Libcral discount to morchants aiul otlicrs advurtisinx bv the vcar Probato and Coniniissioncr.s' Notiees. !1.00 cach. For uoticcs or Lit)oration, Estrays, llio Formatiou and Dissolmion ofC'opartncrshiii ctc, Sl.flO cach, t'or thrcc inscrtions. II' scut bv mail tlio moncvmust accoimmnv tho lcttcr, Noliecs in ncws colnmns, 10 ceuts pcr linc cach inscrtion. biit 110 ciiargcs inailo of lcss than f0 ccnts...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 12 December 1872

t SPIEIT OF THB AGE Thuraday Dec. 12, 1871. To Domocrats. From what wo can lenrn from promincnt Democratio papers aud other reliable sources, tlie Dcmocraoy oftho country. notwithstaning tlieir lato disastrous dofoat, intencl to koep alive in a vigorous and healthy stato tlieir party orgatnzation. Ilus is necessary for tlio prcsent as well ns tlio i'uturc prosperity of tho countiy. Wc need not iu this biicf articlo re peat tho urgcnt reaaons wliy we sliould have a ehango iu the rulers and tlie adniinistfation of tho Isational Govern ment. Thcfio reasons havo bceii urged with much zcal and ability during tho lato Presidential canvass, and they had no good effect upon tlio peoplo of tho countiy. Grant was re-electod and his party continued in power for anothcr torm. It seems that the proiniscd 'Re fonns,' which wcro guarantoed tho pcople as an induceniont io voto for Grant, (now tho battlo haR been won,) are not suro to bo canied out. In Grant't) latc Message wo find no rec commondati...

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