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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 22 August 1883

ttehttmtt MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1883. BY W. W. lKESCOTT. VOIi. 78. 1010. NO. 15. jjgittcJnimn 6 $ouriMl WEDNESDAY. AUOUST 22. 1883. Locnl Ilcms. You can buy tho best dress cambrlcs for elght cents at Wobster'a. Wanted A gltl to do plaln cooklng at Kempton's, oppoBlto post-ofllce. Apply imine dlatoly. Lane Brothers ofter a flne Hne of drugj, medlclnea, clgarg, contectlonery, fancy goods, etc, at bottom prlcea. Wkhstkii Is maklng gomo vory low prlcea on all Bummer gooda, to close. Go and examlno before buylng elsowhere. Call at G. W. Wildor'g muslc store and gee the new muslcal Instrumont, tho reed p!po clatlona. Prlce only elght dollars. Wau Sonos for nnnlvergariea and gatberlnga of Boldlers, to whlch Is added n golectlon of gongg and hyrans for Meinorial day, for galo by J. C. Grlgga, Waterbury, V. Sent to any address for flftr Thk CAiirENTKK OitriAN. Testlmony from wu emlnent Btatesman and nuthtr, for many yeaig chlof of tho Bureau of Statinlcs at Wash ington : " N...

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. — 22 August 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAT,, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1883. QricnltmnL T. II. 1IOSKINS, Newport, Vt Killtor. THIS SUMMKH SOLHTIGK. The sun hi touched tils noithern bound, And southward turna hli course to-day Tbe sott sweet alr new charm has founil In fragrance of llie new-mown hay The stalwart farmer deftljr swings Illfl gllttcrlng blado the cattli auear, And Into nwAtlis and wlnrows fllngi The earllest harvest of the yonr, Ood maile tlio country, salth llio sage, And man haa msdo the nolsy townj Then he my lath of pllgrlinsge 'Mong dover heads and thletlc-down. To walk with nature band In hand, In naturo's pure and slmple way, And 'ncath the clms anil inaples stand In fragrance of the uew-mown hay. ow bolaterons boys and romplng gtrli Toss here and there tlie v. Iltlng grasii The wanton wlnds toss grass and curla, And hours ln toll and plcasure passs There'a laughter ringlng In the alr llnt f ce, a shower I lt comes thl way, lt clouds the sky, bul tiow so fair, And perlla ...

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. — 22 August 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, AUGXJST 29, 1883. 3 TIIE OIiI) ltK.VllINO OliASH. I can not tell you, Oenevleve, llow ott It comes to me ( That rattier younn olil reading clasrt ln Wstrlct NumV r Three, That row ot clocutlonlsts Who stood so stralght ln llne, And charged at standard llterature Wltli amlable deatgn. We did not spare the energy ln whlch otir words were clad; We gate the inennlng of the teit lly alt the ltght we had llut still 1 fear the ones who wrole The llnes we read so free Would scarce have recognlzed tbelr work InDlstrlctJJuinber Three. OntMde the iinow was amooth and clean The wlnter's thlck-lald dntt; The itorm It tnade the wlndows speak At every sudden gustj Ilrlght (le lgh-1'clls threw ns pleasant words When travelers would passj The maple-treea along tlie Toad Stoed ahlverlng ln thelr1ai; l)eyond,'the whlte-browed cottages Were nestllng cold and duinb. And far away the mlglrty world Seenied beckonlng us to come The wondrous world, ot whlch ...

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. — 22 August 1883

4 VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1883. $$Htchmm & $otmtil. KDNKSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1883. TEnm-IJ.M ret jrer, strlctly ln ftdvancei or $3.50 lf not pld wlttiln Ititee raonttn. The telegraphista formally anuounco the failure o tho striko and have roturned to thelr keys ns many as tho companies have choaen to recelvo baok. As waa ap prehended at tho outsot, tho Weatorn Unlon waa tho rock on whioh tho brother hood spllt. Tho oporatora aro moro skilled in receivlng and sending raessages than in flghting, in ita own familiar klnd of warfaro, the Westorn Union with its own woapona. Thk New York republloan atato com mittee haa called tho convontion for the nomination of such atato oflicors aa aro to bo eleoted thia year at Uichfield Springs, Soptembor 10 th. All tho members met on terras of good natured and cordial party fellowahip. Stalwarta, half-breeds and indopendenta seem to have lost their significance aa terras of political distinc tion. Tbero waa not ...

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. — 22 August 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUJRNAL, WEDNESDAY, AUGTTST 22, 1883. 5 Northfield. TnK Ntws block bas been palntod nnd ia very neat nnd taaty. Tiib MothodlH cnmp-moetlng oponed Mon dny and wlll closo Satnrday. Kknyon & Sorr.n have dlssolved. Alco Gosley hna bouglit the grocery part of tlio bual neea, Mr. Kenyon kecpa thn crockery nnd Mr. Soper retuma to Iho mnrblo buslneBS. TltK fltm of Hnzelton nnd Deerlng bas boon dlssolved. Mr. Hazelton wlll contlnue tlie buMness at tho old stand, nnd we understnnd that Mr. Deorlng Intonds togolnto businesa ln Boston, A party ot nlnoteon young pcoplo wont to Camel's Htirop Frldny, a fow roturnlng on Hnll's trnln, nnd mostof them on thonlglit ox press. A ploasant tlmo nnd plenty ot fun aro repotted. The lawn party by tbo ladles of St. Mary's parlsh, whlch wo have been nnnnunclng for tho past few woeks to be held nt Dr. Bradford'a, flnnlly occutred last woek, and was n vory pleasant affalr. Titr. brtdgo is completod nt last, and la n vory gatlsf...

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. — 22 August 1883

6 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAT,, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1883 A HEULAH HONG. " Fot tho Lord, thy Ood, brlngeth theo Into n good land, n land of btookg of wnter, o( foun tftlns nnd deptba that pprlng out of tlie valleya and hllls." Deuteronomy vttt : 7. " And I wlll kIvo lior the vnlley o( Achor for ft door of liopo; nnd elio gliall elng there." Jlosta il : 15. Ood liai gtven me a aong A aongof ttntti And I alng U all day long, For alng 1 rnuatl Every liour lt aweeter growa, Keepa iny oul In bleat repoae, Jnat how reatf ul no one knowa llut those who truit. Ob, I tlng lt on the mountaln, Inthellgbts Where the radlance of Ood'a sun.hine Make. all brlghtj All my path .eeuia brlght and clear, Heavenly land aeema very ncar, And I almost do appear To walk by ilght. And I alng lt ln tbe valley, Dark and low, VTbfn my heart la cruahed with lorrow, l'aln and woei Tbtn tbe ahadowa flee away, IJke tbe nlght when dawna tbe day; Trnit ln Ood brlnga llgbt alway, I find lt so. When I alng lt...

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. — 22 August 1883

VERMONT WATOIIMAN & STATE JOURIVAI,, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2 1883. 7 TUAT UBKADiCk BOV. l'm looking f or a dreadf ul boy, boes anybody know 'Im f NVho's leadlng all the other boys The way they shouldn'tgoln. t think, It I could flnd thst boy, l'd stop what he 1s doln', A-brlnglng all the other boys To certaln mottal ruto. there's Tommy Orcen, a growlng tadj Itla mother has lnformed tne, The way that he Is gettlng bad Would certalnly alarm mo, Bhe fsels tlie blalne ebonld rest upon ifohn llrown a recent comer lfor Tolnmy was a lovely chlld A. year ago thln lummer. llnl when I spoke to Mrs. Drown Her tnmost soul was shaken, To tlilnk that Mrs. Green could be So very much mlt taken Bhe dtd assure me Johnny vras As good n chlld ai any, Except for leamlng naughty things From Mrs. Whltlng'a llenny. And Mrs. Whiting frets because Of Mn. niackham's Freddyi She fcani he's taught young llenjamln, Somo wlcked trtcks already. Yet Fred la such an Innocent I have lt from hla motlicr) lle wouldn't...

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. — 22 August 1883

8 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUJRNAT,, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1883 "Weekly News Summary. Vermont. Bellows Fai.ls wants nnotlior bank. Anotiirh qulto Borlous flro occurred at Lud low recently. Two Brattleboro doctors rccently attended n pet pug dog ln ltg last slcknoss. F. W, Jamks of Starksboro has beon flnod 81,600 nnd costs (or selllng llquor. C. D. Williams o( Bondville has bought ln two weeks, '2,400 pounds of rcd raspborrleB, pay lng 8123 (or tliom. A uattlksnakk rneasiirlng four foet two Inchon was kllled ln tlie vlclnlty of Skitchawaug mountalrt, Sprlngfield. It 1 sald 1). B. Smalley, Eq., of Burllogtoo, was on tlio paper o( hla uncle, Bradley Barlow, totho extontof 850,000. A paiity of Barton peoplo, numberlngthlrty, havo gone to tlie Adlrondack reglon to enjoy camp ltfe for a few dajB. Tiik St. Johnsbury gavlnga bank liolds 816,000 of Barlow paper, whlch is well eecured, and on whlch tboro can bo no loss. M. R. Giia of Hyegate shlpped last week thlrty-slx tborougbbred Jer...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont watchman. — 29 August 1883

2 7UtnttZ ' MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1S8I3. BY W. W. PRESCOTT. VOIi. 78. 4011. NO. 40. $jgntchmmt t jfoimml WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20. 1883. Locnl Itcms. Wantrd A capablo woman to do house work In n small fatnlly. Cnll nt thla ofllco foi Informatlon. New and desirable dreas goods tn now Bhndos, conslstlng ol ll&nnels, cnshmcros, otto man cloths, wlth velvet to tnntch, jnst openod by J. G. MoiclsoQ St Co., Montpelier. Lost Somowhere on the rond between Barre nnd East Montpelier, about tlneo weeks ago, a lady'a water-proof clrcular. Tlio finder wlll confer a great favor by leavlng It at thls ofllce, or wlth Kldor A. S. llutchlna on the fair ground. Hon. W. II. Baiinum, judge of the circult court, Chicago, 111., says: " I am glad of the opportunlty to reeommend 1 Warren's Entire Wheat Patent Flour,' and wlah I could do so to every one. My own ezperlonce wlth lt haa convlnced mo of lta great valuo, for I hnve sufTered for yeara frora indlgestlon, and It geemed Imposslble bo...

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. — 29 August 1883

2 VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1883. Qricttlturnl. T. II. IIOHKINS, Newport, Vt., Kriltor. TIIK OXIIN. 1 have two oicn. red anrt white, .My ntable Rlvea them ret at nlsliti My ciirvlng rlow of maplo wood Anil liolly goart aro trong and good j U i thetr (olt ttiat mnVfK tlio nelil Tlio goMen graln of animner ylelil. Tliey carn cach week, In hcat or froat, More money far than all they cot. See how tlie nplcndlil crealtirea keep The f urrow nlralght. Tliey nlow lt decp Dcfrlng taln, tlie torm thatlieat, The wtnter'a cold, tho aummer'a lient. Anil wlien 1 halt, a iltlnk to lake, A mlgtity cloud thflr notrlla nmkej Anil then I ee a charmlng alglit Small blrtln on thclr ilark horu allght. A ilrong aany oil-iireaB, tliey Are gontle n the lambi at play. Kach year the buyer makea hl round To purchane oxen In our bountU; And they wonld lead my own away To grace the mardi grat Brray, And then to tbamblea tliem rcsljn. It shall not be( for tliey are mlne. If the...

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. — 29 August 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAIi, WEDNESDAY, AXJGTJST 20, 1883. 3 OLD FI.OWH11S ANI OM FAITII8. A dear fainlllar fragrant fiowers, That ln oM gartfna blooin, ln thcso new llinen and mond ot oura, To forelgti planli give room, o ttio w't faltha of foimcr daya, lirop-rooted ln the heart, Jlefrriu no more our flcklo waya, And willi ulil flonem dcpart. New doginas and new doubta replaco Tlie creeds our yomig llfn bioalhed. These, hn.vy wllli tlieir tnward grace Tlione.lulit wllh gracen wreathod. These, wlth a mother's lovo lnwrought, I.lke vlolets pureamt fair; Thoiie, wlth fantastlo fancloa fraught, Uko orchards fcd 011 alr. Oh 0 ino ttio dear old blossonis yet, Thelllacnndlhnplnk; Tho pan.y and palo uilgnonette, Whutevcr oUinrn think! Xo greeu-houe glves me ht the joy Bome old-tlme gardcn yleldsj And love t stlll. as when a boy, The wlld flowers of tho flelds. And mlnc sball be the faltha of old. In Ood and Chrl.t and heaven i ln reason'a creeds 1 am not bold, Ilut fear their hu...

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. — 29 August 1883

4: VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, AUGrUST 29, 1883. ifntchmmi & otmnl WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1883. Tbks-J1.00 per year, strlctly In Adrancel or JJ.SO U not cald wittiln three month. Senatoii I'endleton aulTorecI a severo defeat last weok at tho hands o the dem oeratio convention for Ilarallton oounty. This convention metin Clncinnati, which is virtually Hamilton county, to nominato candidates for oounty oificers. Ueltig tho hoine o Mr. I'endleton and tho eleotion of his succeesor coming boforo tho next legislature, tho actlon of this looal domocratlo body hnd almost a uational signlficauco. McLeau, tho publisher of the Ciucinnati Enquircr, is the mortal foo of Mr. I'endleton and aecured his defeat by means of a most oorrupt and disgrace f ul character. The Iieformer savs The Watciiman will find by examining tho audltors' ro porta " that whilo tho war charges were constantly decreasing, the other state ex penses wero ateadily run up, until beforo 1880 tho one i...

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. — 29 August 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN fc STATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, AUGTIST 29, 1883. 5 Waterbury. Rrsv. S. H, Wheki.kh Is taklng his vacatlon ftiiionf? tho lslands and along tlie shore of Lake Chatnplnln. Meanwlillo tho Congregatlonal church ls closcd. A coMi'ANV of young ladies and Rontlomcn took a havrack rlilo to Mr. H 0. Ward's In DuxbutVi Frlday ovonlng of last week, nnd uuxnnrv. rnuav uvuiimi; ui moi. noon. nuu i , 5-2: erclsos, the " young bluods . ' " " i T V" -; of UDlImlted iuu nna ironc : uniuniteu iuu .ruuu . Fivn cnwa belonclitE to Dirlus A. Gray. a famiec livlug on tlie Ileman Morso fatni below me Tiiinge, nirnyru irum -.uu uiuu-jiuu iuvv fftc0i A sniull cnviiy was mus iurinea wuicn day ulght and gettlng on tho rallway track wero fmnlelicd hlm nn oxcoedlngly llmlted uupply of klllod by n paslng frelght ttaln. Tho fenco r, Albert Athertun and Jesco Arms wero In along the llne of tlie road was down, lt Is re- the dltch behlnd Mr, Deal where tbe walla re ported, nnd tbo loss wlll full on tbo...

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. — 29 August 1883

IG VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATB JOURNAJL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1883. fHcmpcrnitct?. ON T11K EVI!. In my llfe'a illni, unccrtaln llght 1 atand, aa one who aeea wllh dread, tlpon the eve of some great fictit, The phantonu of Ihe morrow'a dead Do batlle, iprlte wllli ahartowy aprlto, On tlie hlll thelr llfo-blood thall mako rcil, And he.ira around nlm, flerco andloud, The clamor of a atruggllng crowd, Welrd hape of mltthe tnoonllght cro, Hollow theaword on hlmet rlngj Wlldly tbe chargera iilunRn and toaa, Karlh ahakea wllh rquadroua thunderlng Tben itlllneM, and the trampled mow, And babbllng of the mountaln rprfcig, And the white ruoonllght and below The tenta and watch-flrca of the foe. A dream a ntghtmarehark agalu 1 O'etbf ad the alr l fnll of crlf a Flerce thouta of victory, r-creanu of paln, And dylng groana that fall and rlae, Orow loud or low, And wax or wane A the wlnd takea them phantaelea And yet to-morrow'a lun aball pee Theae Ylsions In tem verlly. Bo, ln thia nlght of de...

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. — 29 August 1883

VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOTJRNAI,, WEDNESDAY, AXJGUST 29, 1883. 7 geferred nlttr. Eplsotlo J'olltlcnl. Mr. Edllor The ple.miro and tlio profit, too, of travel or tottr aro mucli onhanced by tho new ncqualntances ono makos on tho way nnd tho knowledge ho galns of men nnd cliaractor (nd conduot. None that wo havo met on our way has moro nmused and Instructed us than tho ono wo mado on our return from l'uoblo, Mnnltou and Denvor to Omaha. Tho subject of lt cameaboard tho traln at Lincoln, tho np ltal of Nebraska, whoro wo tattled for toa. Ho was a man In tnlddlo llfo, of moro than raedlum Btatuie, tn.ll, ln fact, of flne form, agilo In actlon and of ongaglng addross. Courteous, frank and toady ln conversatlon, n.ulck ln repartco and reply, ho at once drow upon hlmself the attentton of tho full car Into whlch ho cnmo. IIow or why, wo can scarcely now rccall, ho soon left the sent ho had takon wlth n com panlon, and Bat down ln easy by-tho-way chat or conversatlon wlth us. llo was,...

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. — 29 August 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1883. 8 Weekly News Sunimary. Vormont. Tnn capltal has been subscribed (or a bank at Ludlow. Twbnty-fivk cents Ia the rullng prlce ln Or leans county (or bops. TB Orleans county fair wlll be hold tho flrat week ln Ootober. Tiik Orwell town fair wlll be held on tho 18th and 19th of Soptember. Thomas Kiddkii of Albany trapped a three liundrod pound boar recently. It 1 expected that poveral young ladlea wlll tlnter Middlebury conejte mu uuiuiuk yuur. Thb Methodlst camp-meetlng for tho St. Johnnbury dlstrlct commonced at Lyndonvlllo Monday, Tiik Middlebury Eplscopallang, Baptlsts and Unlvergallsts aro yot wlthout pastors lor thelr Cbnrches. Old Mr. Savll, the olde.it Inhabltant ln Col cheater, waa burled the 19th. Kecords nhow that he wbb one hundred and two years old, Mn ItonimTB of Hydovllle recently returned from England brlnzlng a Norraan colt twenty geven months old that welghg, lt Is sald, 1,900 ponndi. SMiTnHUNT o( Bart...

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. — 5 September 1883

BY W. W. PJRESCOTT. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1SS3. VOJu. 78. 4012. NO. 47. "wEDNKSDAY, SEPTEMBElt 5, 1883. Lucal ItcniH. All tbe leadlng medlclnea for sale nt Fiank II. Bascom'a dtug nnd ciunr storo. Blackukrry cordlal and Jamaica glnger, for Bummer complalnts, at Frank II. Bascom'a dtug Btoro. Wanted A capablo woman to do house work Ifi a small lamlly. Call at thla ofllce fot Informatlon. Tkade dollars taken for ono hundred centa by buylng that worth of druga and medlclnea at Frank II. Bascoin's drug store. J. C. Giiigos has a lar o new stock of men's and boya' klp and calf boots, to whlch he in vltea tlie attentlon of tbe publlc, botb tn regard to quallty and prlco. Home ngalnl Frank II. Bascom ls back ngaln to greet hls f riends and cuatomors, havlng bad two months of booinlug trnde at his new and elegant drug store ninong tbe Thousand Islanda. J. C, Gitiaoa would callattenHon tohis etock of men's, boys' and youtbs' klp and calf boots for fall trade. and specially...

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. — 5 September 1883

2 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAI, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1883. rknliurnJ. T. 11. IIOBKINS, Newport, Vt., Killtor. COUNTKY COUHINS. ltow dcnr lo ray htart are the awoet country coualna, Wlicn deg daja of inmmcr begln to draw near, When brlcka have grown liot, nnd when aunatrokea by dozena Flll body with angnlih and boaom wltli fear I The green wavlng flelda and theacet-amelllng brceaa, Tho Voaptng f rom tutmoll 10 nulct andcnlm, Tho rlch creainy mllk which the ready liand Kltri, And o'cn tho brown coualna wlio llve on tho farm. The plaln country couMna, the uneullured coualna, Thoaweet country coualna wlio llve on the farm. The awect country coualna I Oh I aren't they a treaaure ? Ilow bandy to have at tbe vacatton tline I And paylng one'a board la too coatly a pleaanre, When all can be bad without apendlng a illine. Ilow pleaaant to llve on ilch cream and rlpn berrlca, Freali golden litiod butter and cakea light and warm, Free use of the lioraea.the carta and the wbcrrlea Of ...

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. — 5 September 1883

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER o, 1883. 3 MY SUN1IKAM. Thero are two aunboaina on the noorj Two lunbeanu fair to aeoi And ono belonga to aklea above, And ono belonga to mc. My innbeam lllta he r ttny handa Iler playfellow to graap, When lo, a ahadow I and the beam Eludca my darllng'a claap. Hut onco again lt comea; and aee, lllleanow here, now tlierei lt klaea baby'a dlmplnd cheek And nrta In lier halri Makos golden every llttlo curl, Upon the prealotia hoad, Tlll, llko a dreatn, again Ita llgbt From baby'a atdo haa fleil. Otil wonilerlng baby eyea, which weep Atahartowa left behlnd, Fear not, tlie cloud wlll lirt, and you Thevanlahed heamtball flnd, lookl even now upon the wall lt cllmba, then tumble down To ahlne at baby'a fe et ere tt Once more licr head sball crown. Ood grant, dear little one, that hoaren lle brlihteat lieama may lay Upon tbe patln yonr feet muit tread Throughout Ufe'a little day. Full many a beam of purcat gold Your handa wlll atrlv...

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. — 5 September 1883

4 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAIy, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1883. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1883. Tsaua-$2.00 ner year, ntrlctly In lvance or $2.50 lf not tmld within three months. Thk partioulars o tho appalling devas tation of Java by earthqnakes and tidal wavea nro given in nnothor column. Tho disaster rivals the most noted calamitiea by volcanio eruption in these or oarller timea. Tiik recont elcotion in Franco resulted in an overwhelming ropubllcan victory. The result is as reassuring to thoso. who havo watched with hopo and anxiety tho career of the new republio aa it is disap pointing to those who havo looked to eee Franco come again undor eiTeto kingly or einperor rule. For tho perpetuity of tho Freach republio and its ndvancomcnt in tho principlea and practicea of real Hberty tho frionda of freodom ovorywhere will devoutly pray. Tiik Boston Advertiser speaka with commondation of the working of tho Ver mont listing law, ond Bays : " Thero ia alwaya an objection to any ach...

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