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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Spirit of the age. — 20 November 1873

LOGAL NKWS. Onxx qukouei; CiiAi'Tr.ii No. 21 . A. Mi, l'OL'iilar Convocation Mcm. day ovc, Nov. 21, 187.1, :u 7 1-2 o clncK. Woodstock I.odui: No. 31 F. & A. M., vognliir communication Wcdncs(biy,ovc.,I)cc. 3,1873, at 7 1-2 o'clock. Woodstock, -Tlie Rev. Mr. Heniok, n Ibnner Pastor of St.'Jntnes Cliurcli, prciioheil in thnt edifiee lnst Sunday. I'he County Court term is ap- pronehing uml Iho lawyers aro getting new clothes. This itom has no rc ferenee (over tlio left) to tlio cbnps, tVom New Vork, peddling suits or "pattorns," sioken of last wcek. Tlio Snle of the lato Nathan Cuslnng plaee, owiug to tlio stonn has beon postponed one woolc, or lo Nov. 2.ith, a! 10 o'clock A. M. We aro lmviiiL; good winioi' weather, about a t'oot of snow oxecl- lent plciirhiim. Tlio miow stornt of Tuosdav guvo us about 0 inclie?, but it drifled bad on the liills. Evon thebroadoM intellect amltiie most oxpericnoed tuanagomonl on oasionallv niako a failuro. Sovoral of our oilizoiis ntost notcd for w...

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. — 20 November 1873

Tho Old Familiar Faces. I ltavo had playmatos, I liavo lmtl cotnpinlonB. In niy daya of chlldhoo l, iu my Jo.yrnl Bohool daya ; All, all aro gono, tho old fnmilhr facos. I havo bocn laughlng, I havo beon oarousinjr, Drinking lato, Biltuvg lato, with my bonom cronles ; All, all aro gono, tho oUl familliv facoti. I lovod a Lovo onco, f.tireit ainon ; wosian. : Olosed nro Jicr doorn on mo, I mnstnoteco lior All, all aro gono. tho o'd l'amlllar facas. I liavo a fricnd. a kln lor friond han uo man : Liko an initrato, I loft my frion l ahniptly ; I.oft liim, to miirio on tho old familiar facoa. Ghost-lika I paeod ronnd tho haunt.t of my childhood, Eartli Boemod a doacrt I wasbound to traveibo, Sooktng to find tho old familiar facM. Friond of my bDPO-n, thou nnro tlian a brother, Why wort riot thou bom in my father'd dwoll ig? Ho might vo tallc of tho old familiar faecs. llow Bomo tlioy liavo diod, nud fiomo thcy havo left tw And Bomo aro t.tkon from nn ; all nra d:pirto 1 ; All, all aro p...

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. — 27 November 1873

TIIK I'KOPLFH MGHTS TiKI'RESENTATIVH DEMOCRACY T1IE UNION AND THE CONSTITUTION WTITIOUT ANY INFRACTIONS. VOL. 34 NO. 0 WOODSTOCK.. VTM THTIltSLAY, NOV. 27, 1873. WIIOLE N0.1035 IS ri'llMSllKI) EVKKY TU0R31IAY, IIV WILlLUI I). McMASTElt. Tr.KMs $1.50 in advanco ; after tlirco months 91.75 i at tho cnd ol' tlio year, $2,00. TEKMS FOIt ADVUUTISINU. For ono squaro or Icss of this typo, ono in tcrlion, $l.00j for cach subsequcr.t ir.scrtion 25 conts. TJnlcss tho numberot insertions avo marked on tho advcrtiseinont it will be con tinucd till ordcrcd ont. I,iberal discount to mcrchants and othcvs advertisins by tlic year. Probatc and Conimissioncrs' Norton. tf'3.00 each. For uoticos of Liberations, listrays, the Forniation and Dissolution of Copartnership, etc,, $1.50 cach, for tliree inscrtions. If scnt by mail tho moncy must nccoinpany the lettcr. Notices in news colninns, 10 cents per lino cach intortion, but uo charges madc of lcss than 50 ccnts. Notices of Dcaths and marriagcs inscrte...

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. — 27 November 1873

Thursilay Nov. 20,1873. Thauksgiving. This day (Nov. 27th,) tlio peoplo of tlio Unitcd Statcs avo callcd upon by tlio rresideut and tlio Governors o( tlicir rcspeelivo Statcs, to obsorvo as a day oi' Thauksgiving and praiso to Almiglity God, fcr tho niereies, bless ings and benetits, wliich IIo has bc Htowed upon us an a pcople and nation duriiig tlio yeav about to close. Tlio riitriiifioatioii and obsci'vaneo of Thanksgiving is righl, boing an old i'asliion lioliday tliat datcs back inuny ycars, it is worthy of being contin ncd. Wc canuot in tbis sliort avticle givo ils histovy, cven tbough brielly Biillieo ia to say tlial U is pvopov that it sliould bo obsorved uccording to ita original intent and incaning.as a Cluis tian, social, donicstic feslivnl. Thank ing God for bisiniinetoiis favors which bo lias granted us; and asking Him for :i contiuuancc of tliom in tlif i'u tnro. Witli tbis idea of tlio objoct of Tlianksgiving day let us "keep tlio feast," and at tlio samo tinio lct us...

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. — 27 November 1873

n On.vi'iiuucuin: Cii.vriiut No. 21 . II. A. M., vOL'iilar Convocation Mon XT,l!ly ovo- Nov. 21, 1873," al 7 1-2 o clocU. Woodstock Lonori No. 31 F. & A. M. rcmtlar communication Ycdnca(hvyjovo.,Dcc. 3,1873, at 7 1-2 o'clock. Woodstock. Tlio Nathan Cushing placo was solil at auction Tucsday. Henry Jolmson wns tlio purchasor. IIo also bicl oll'tlio stoek, grain, hay, &c, &c. Mrs. Kcitli, :ifter inaking a plcas ant toitr ol' Eastern aiul Wcstorn cit ics, is again at licr voonis in the Sland dard blocl;, preparcd to cut and mako dresses ln tlic latest modo for lier old custoniors, and as many now onos as will ihvor hor witli thoir patronage. Call and seo her. A Dedication Ball by tlic Wood Htock Cornel Band in thoir Ilall iu Fairbauk's New Block, is advertiscd for this (Wednesday) evoning. If you want anything in tlio Clotliing linc fVoni a Bufl'alo Robo to a paper collar, Cheap, "point" i'or J. S. Ealon's. No. 11 Rcd Front. Wehadauother snow storm this week thrce witliin t...

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. — 27 November 1873

A V I G I L . BI nAIlDIET MCEWEH KI1IDALL. Dark sboro, and desolato sky Unquickonoil by a siar ; Sad 601 whore wandoring sails aro lost In nlght afar ! No human proaonco swoot, Nor otbcr eound beaido, Swo that to uilonco noar nldu Tbo obbing tide. Only & lonoly wrock High on tbo lonely boacb, Whoso hopeloaaness dofioa at last The brealtor'u reacb. 0 Earih tbat keopa no watch, 0 Hoaven tliat ligbts no star, Hk is who caroa for ovory aail, Each brokon spar ! Scribner's for December. A Shrewd Darky. Lexington and Danville, Kcn tncky, aro rivals in trade, and the ef fort of ono u inet by the ccriy of the other. If the one invests in a Bilver-mounted lookiug-glass lined shmv-ca.se, the other must forthwith iinport a Swiss cottae soda fountain, with two rows of stop3 and a ddt'ile fotintain, wilh two rows of stops and a double bank of sirup3. So it roes, "check" and 'oheok," bnt never a "cheek-tnate j" and the eonscqnence is that both towns have their enleipiis ing, aclive tneichants,...

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. — 18 December 1873

TIIK PEOPLE'S RIGIITSllEPnHSKN'rATIVK DEMOCRACY TIIE 1JNION AND TIIK CONSTITUTION WITHOUT ANY INFRACTIONS. r()L. U NO. 0 WOODSTOCK, VT., THTJUSDAY, DEO. 18, 1873. WIIOL'fi NO. 1038 IS I'l'llI.ISMlMI I'.VIIUY TII0K3)AV,$iy BV W!L!j!A 3! !). .UcMASTEK. Tkkmk $1.50 inadwiiico; aftcr tlirecmor.tlis 1.75 ; at thc uml oi" tlio ycar, $2,00. TURMS FOR ADVERTIS1XG. For 0110 snuaie nr lcs of tliis tvno, 0110 in sovlioii, 1.00; for cacli siihscipiciit ir.ertion 2.i ceuts. Ifulcis tlio liuinlicrnl inscrtions aro inaikcd on the ailro tisvmeiit it will bc con liinied till ordcrcd oul. I.ibcral dicomit to niorchaiits anil others advciti.iuK b the yoar. I'roliatn and Coinniissionci-.' N'otk'e-'. i?3.0C eacli. For notices of I.ibcrations, Estrays, the Fonr.ation and Dnsoliitiou nt Copaitncrshiti", f.t'J., 1.50 carli, for llnco ineiliuiis. Jl'sent ly mail tlio inoncy iniist acconipany llio lctlcr. "Xoticcs in ncw.s columiH, 10 ccnts per line cach imcrtion, but ini ciiarges made of lliau 50 ccnts. Not...

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. — 18 December 1873

SPIEIT OE THE AGE Thursday Dec. 18,1873. llcroic qualitios aro not so abun dant tliat wo can aftbrd to pass tliem without notico or rcfrain from liolding tliem np for tlio ndmiration of tlic world, wlicu tbcy aic so unnustaknbly manifesled and sliine forth so clcarly as in tlio letters of Caj)t. Fiy, of tlic Virginius, after lio was condcinncd to die. Somo timo ago his appeal for mcrcy in tbo judgmont of thoso nien who accoinpanicd liiiu was given to the public, and its tono was so manly noblo and unsolfisli, yct witlial so finn and fcarlcss in liis own behalf, yct 110 tvnc man conld withbold liis admi ration and sympathy after reading tlio exprcssion of such da'untless spir it. Bnt now liis last lotter to liis wifo containing liis farcwoll nicssage to hor and'his cliildron, lias becn ptiblislied, and it sliows liow calinly lio passed throngh an ordeal tliat lias driven strong and bravo nien into agonizcd despair. Ho wroto when naturo look ed her lovclicst, and when ambition, family...

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. — 18 December 1873

LOQAL NEW 8. t OriAt'QUEOHKli ClIAl1 r It. A. M., rogular Convi X Jay ovo., Drc. 22, 1 r o clock. Tcn No. 21 ,-ociUion Mon 1873, nl7 1-2 Woodstock liouor, No. 31 P. & A. M. vegiilarcommnnication Wcdnesdayjove.,Dcc. 31, 1873, at 7 1-2 o'clock. tHS'Tlieprice of the Shrit of tiie Aoe is One IMfrtr aricl i'yy Ccnts a year to Mail Snhscribers, and $1,75 to ViUage Subscribers, served by the Carrier. If not paid in advanee 50 cenis extra will be charged in each case Offlce Subscribers same as Mail Subscribers. Woodstock. A Case oi' Justice! His Ilon or, N. T. Cliurcliill, mado a vcry straugo ileeision, lio being tlio Couvt, in a locnl case, Bnrko vs. Boyco, ono day last week. To bo brief, tlto enb stanco of tlio case is this, as ve uiulerslanclit: Mr. Boyco wan tcd to go to AVoodstock Station, and liaving niisscd tlio stago lio ongaged Mr. Burke to lake liim tlicro so as to hit tlio train. Mr. Burke did all he oould to get hiiu there, but was fivc niinutes lato for tlie train. Mr. lioy...

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. — 18 December 1873

Don't Drink To-Niyht. I left my motbor in tlio door, My Histor by hor eido j Thoir claspod haiulH nnd loving looks Korbado tlioir douhlH to hido, I left and mot with comrados gay, Wlion tlio inoou liroiight oul licr light. And my loving inotlior whifiporod mo, "Don't drink, my boy, to-night. Long ycaiH liavo rollcd away niuco tlipn; My jotty oiiila avo gray i liut, oh I thoso wnrd.s aro witli mo yct, And will not p.ibn away. I hou my iiiofhcrVi loiing faco, With goodno.su, radiatit bright, And lioar hor wordH ling in mino ctirn, " Don'l drink, my boy, to-night. .My motlior in nn'.v resting nwei't In tlio gravoyard on tlin liill, Hnt molhcr'n wordn como back to mo And liaunt my momory Htlll. I'vo oftun, ofton passod the cui : Oh ! tlien my lioart was nght, liocauso I lioard tlio warning words, 'Don't drink, my bny, to-nighl." I'vo now pasaed down tlio road ol' lil'e. And hooh my rac o is riin, A mothcr'n warning lisloncd lo, An immortal crown ia wou. Oh, motlici'M, with yourblohacd n...

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. — 1 January 1874

TIIK PEOPLE'S RIGIITS REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY THE UNION AND THE CONSTITUTION WITHOUT ANY INFRACTIONS. OL. U NO. 11 WOODSTOCK, VT., THURSMY, JAN. 1, 1874. WHOLE N0.1640 is l'liiiMsitui) r.vEiiT Tiiun3t)AY,E3B53 M WILLLUL I). McMSTEH. Tekms $l.30 in ndvanco j after three months 91.75 i at tho cnd of tho ycar, $2,00. TKKMS FOR ADVERTISING. For ono square or lcss of this typc, one in serlion, 1.00; for cach subscquent ir.scrtion 25 cents. Unlcss tho nnmbcr ot inscrtions aro markcd on tho advertiscmcnt it will bo con tinued till ordcrcd out. I.iberal discouut to merchants and othors advertising by tho ycar. Probatc and Commissioncrs' Notices, 3.00 cacli. For notices of Liberations, Estrays, thc Formaticm and Dissolution of Copartncrships, eto., $1.50 cach, for thrcc insertions. If scnt liy mail tho money niust accompany thelcttcr. Notices in ncws columns, 10 cents per lino cacli imcrtion, but no chargcs mado of lcss tban 50 conts. Notices of Deaths and marriagcs inscrtcd gratis, but cxt...

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. — 1 January 1874

SPIRIT OF THE AOE Thursday Jan. 1,1874. President Granls Salary. Wo see tliat many of tlio billa that havo bcen ititroduced into Congress the present session for tlie repeal of the mcrcaae salary bill ct thc42d Cou gress propose toreducc the pay, or salaries, ofmembers of Congress, and allother Goveniment oflicials except the Presidents. Why this distinction is mado we cannot for the life of us imagine. Why the Balary of 0110 of ficer (the highest of tliem all, and the largest) should rctnain whero it is, and the rest lic rcduced, is a singular circumstance thnt wc cannot readily account for. But perhaps it is for some good rcasou left in tliis nianncr which timo inay reveal. Perliaps thei'e hns becn some evil inllucnco or spirits at work from the White Ilouse to bring about this result. Or perhaps our worthy Peesident can not live on 50,000 a year with about $70, 000 appropriated him by Congress an nually for his expenses. More than it cost us in the carly days of the Re public to ...

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. — 1 January 1874

LOOAL NEW 8. AOl'lAFQUEOUBK ClIArTER No. 21 . A. M., roiriilnr Convocation Mon ?T o clocu. Woodstock Lodop. No. 31 K. & A. M. rogular communication Vo(lncsiliiyovc.,Dcc. 01, 1B9, at l-z 0 CJOCK. 3rTheprtce of the Spirit op tue Aob is 0w Dollar and Fifly Ocnts a ycar to Mail Sitiscrlbers, and $1,75 fo Village Subscribers, seroed by the Oarrter. Ifnot paid in adcance GO cems exlra will be charged in each case Offlce Subscribera sanie as Mail Subscrtbers. Woodstock, Farkweix, Oi.n YearI 'Tho King is dead long livo tho King !" With tho last stroko of the clock to niglit, (Wednesday) tho old year dies, aud in ita p!aco comes a new and itn tried candidato for pnhlio f'avor. Fare well, old year; you have boen a nicrry and sad one. Many are the joys you havo brcnght and many moro 'are tho sorrows. We part with you sadly and Bolemnly, as f'roiu an old iriend, feeling in every pnlsntion ot tho hcart, and in every twingo of pain tliat we are another cyclc nearer "the grave of all the livin...

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. — 1 January 1874

FAITH Juat at tho laat thoro etood bosiJo lior biJ Two angola, cacli.miraoiilouijly fair, With loftinosa'of plnmo auil aureolod hair, Aiid Love, tho statalioy angol, wooping, said : "Jlark her great agouy, W'aia it not best To eootho bor aud (o utrongthon oro Bho May we not whieper tliat which oithor known Of preoioua pardon and of rapturoua rcft ?" And lie wlioso namo was Uope, vhoso fervont oyes Were always hoavonward laincd, renponded now! '0 brothcr, lay thmo hand iipou hor brow ; t'omfort Let with God's prouiiso wbilo bIio ilica!" Whotoat liin follow-angol noaror drow To tlio whito Bufforor b pillow, passing thoro, But 011 a suddon, outlined frora void air, ltoBO a tliird angol, Btatolior llian tho two. 'Nothing until tho oud inay'ut tlioa rovcal ? Calm, yot coiumanding, his cloar voico rang out ; " 'Tis bottcr to dio battling with ono doubt, Tban with all knowlodgo at tho Tlirono to kncol!" Ocerlaiul MoniMy. TtjE COMFORT OF IT.. UY lirXKX I1A11H0N 110STWICK. What nood to sigh ...

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. — 15 January 1874

TIIK PEOPLE'S RIGIITS REPRKSENTATIVE DEMOCRACY TIIE UNION AND TIIE CONSTITUTTON WITHOUT ANY INFRACTIONS. VOL. 34 NO. 11 WOODSTOCK, VT., THURSDAY, JAN. 15, 1874. WHOLE N0.1C42 IS rUHMSMKll EVEKt TIIURHnAY, HV W1LLLU 1). McMASTER. Tkhms 91.50 iuutlt unco ( nfter threc months 1.75 ; at the eud of tho ycar, 2,00. TKKMS FOit ADVEUTISING. For ono squaro or lei of thia typo, ono in serlion, $1.00; I'or oach subseqiiciit ir.sertiou 23 conts, Unlcss tlio immbovot insertions aro marked ou tho ndveitUemout il will be con timieil till onlcied out. Liberal dUununt to mcrchants aud otlicrs ailveitishij; hy thoycnr. Probate. aml Conimisslanrrs' S'ot'icen. $3.00 eacn. For n.iticcs of Mbcratiuns. Kstrays, the Fonnation aud DUsolulion ol'Copartnerdiipi, KtC, $1.50 cacli, for threc insei tion--. 11' setit by uuiil tho money must accompany tliolctter. Noticcs in news columns, 10 conts pcr line oach iusortion, but no ciiargcs made of le'S.s than 50 cents. Xotice of Dcatli? aud iiiiirriagcs inscrtcd rnti...

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. — 15 January 1874

SPIMT OF THE AOE Thuraday Jan. 15, 1874. New Hampsbiro. Tho Democnits of Now Ilampnhiro met in Stato Couvention at Concord, on Thtusilay tlie 8lh'inst. Tho Con vention wuh wcll attonded. Non. Gco. iA. Eastinan of Gilmanton, was electod pernianent Presidcnt of tlic mceting. Upon taking llm chair lio mado a splcndid address. Tho Ilon. Tames A. Weston of Manchester, was ve-noniinated for Governor, and A. W. Sulloway of Franklin for liailroad Commissioncr it astrong ticket, wliich was aftcrwards indorsed by a Convcn tion oftlioLibcr.il Republieans of tlio Libcral Republieans of tlio State. A good series of Democralic Resolutions were adopted for wliich wc havo not room. Ve prcdiot tlio election of ox Gov. Weston by tlio Deinocracy and Liberals of that State 011 tlio 10th of March next, and coiiseqiiently anotlier dark year, like unto that of 1871, to tlio Republieans of the Granite State. Tlio Republieans of tlio State at their Coiiveiition held at Concord, on Wednesday of last week, no...

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. — 15 January 1874

LOQAL NEWS. )nAt'QUE01IKK ClIAI'TIin No. 21 . M rcL'iilnr Convocation Mon ovc. Jan. 20. 1874, al 7 1-2 o clocl Woodstock Lodoe No. 31 F. & A. M. I ClOCk. regulnrcommunicatlon Vcdnesdaycvc.,Fob, ioi, ai t i-z o ciock. QaFThcprice of the SrmiT of tue Aok is One Dollar and fifty Cents a ye.ar to Mail Stibscribers, and 1,76 to Village Snbscribers, served by the Carrier. Ifnot paid in advance ou cems exira wu oe cnargea in eacn case vjjtce suoscnoers samc as mciu nuoscrtbers, Woodstock. F. R. Jewett formerly dental Btu dent willi Dr. II. L. Williams, has opcned an ofRco ovcr F. N. Bill store, and is now preiiared to mcct tho wants of any who may neetl lus Bervioes. Tho boys of Engino No. 2, (Fac tory) lield a meetinglastSaturday evc ning and elected the following ofti cerB : Foreman, Isaac D. Williamson; Firat assistant, Lorenzo Townseml; Second assistant, Itobcrt Kenworthy; Clerk, Emory Lawrcuco. The boys think aa large a village as Woodstock could afford them more, men the com pany...

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. — 15 January 1874

Twiliglit in Winter. iiy w. w. BTony. Oncomoro I stand bcneath this spreading boccli, Whoro talkltig, droaming, loving, wo havo lain 80 many a happy day. Now thou art gono beyond thouglit'H uttnoat roacli, Hoyoml tho joy wo kncw, tho lovo, tho pain, Out on tho dim, tlark way. Tlio problcm is rosolvad for thoo, lmt I, Crushod, quentioniug, despairing, still romain, And nothhig tliou witt say. Ib lovo eo weak thou dost not hood my ory ? Ib moraory so yanlahlng, so vain, Thatdoath wipoa all away ? . 0 crtiol nocrot, viilt thou no'or bo told ? 0 torturiug Naturo. that wast onoo a bliau, Youchsafod in lovo to us, Why haBt thou kopt thoso perishcd joys of old, Thoao hours and daya of vanishod happmosH, To sting mo with thoru thmi ? Lot mo forgot ! oh, hlind Hiobo evoa that look Forovor backward to that happy past, Bohind hor gravo that lioa ! Oh, hold not up that sad patliotio book Of love'a Bwoot rocordn ! In that gravo be east Thoao torturlng menioriea. Lot mo forgot ! Ah, how c.in 1 fo...

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. — 29 January 1874

TIIE PEOPLFS R1GIITS-REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY TIIK UNION AND TIIE COXSTITCTTION WITIIOUT ANY INFRACTIONS. VOL. H NO. 13 WOODSTOCK, VT.f THHRSDAY, JAN. 20, 1.874. WHOLE N0.1G44 13 l't'iii.isiiKU r.vr.iw TiiuRiin.vY, HV W1LLIAM J). McMSTEK. 'I'kiois 1.50 in ndi anco ; after tlirce months $1.7.) t at tho cnd of tlio ycar, $2,00. TKRMS FOR ADVHHTISING. For ono square nr lcss of this type, onc in scnion, $1.00; for each snbscqiioiit ir.ertion 2.3 cents. Unlcss the nmnbcrnt inscrtions aro tnarkcd on tho advcvtiscmcnt it will bu con tinucd till ordcrcd out. Lihcral discount to mcrchants aiul otliers advertisinR by tlic ycar. I'robato and Commissioiscrs' Notices. 4f."3.00 eacli. For noticcs of I.ibcrations, Estrays, the Formation and Dissolution of Copartnersliips, etc, 31-50 eacli, fov tlirce insertions. If sont by mail tho mouey must accompanytholcttcr. Xotices in ncws columns, 10 cciits per liuo cach insortion, but uo ciiarges inade of lcss than 50 cents. Notices of Dcaths and niarriagcs...

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. — 29 January 1874

SPIRIT OE THE AOE Thursday Jan. 29, 1874. lioavs Coui;i:si'oxin-.Nri:. We :irc infonneil that tho nlleged itoiiis of news from our Coniili, X. II., Corros ponilont, inserted in lmt wcck's A;i:, Mofafce. Any m:in, woin:in or ehild that will sentl siteli boiu and low lived matler lo u no'.s2:ipof n ;t prop or oaudidato i'or tlip Stato's Prisou or tlic Gallows. A little moro titich "pi'tietiee" should brinr, tlio porpctra torto one or tlu otlior of lliose 'oxalted" placcs. Not Quite Satisfactory. Somo ol'tlio Grant J vupttblienii pa pcrs soem (o think lliat. tlio salaiy bill which liasjust been passed, ''will generally fatisfactory." And soino ot the.se verv dis-interested orrans so anxiotts are thoy lo gct rid of (lieuii popularity ot' tlio late Sul.iry CSrab Stcal bill, now e.vclaini "Lel tho salary grab bo buriod out of siglit !' An ablo New Yoiic city oxchango, inakes tlio following perlinenl eom nicnt in rogard to satisfaotioii with tho Salary Bill jitst passed. Jtsays: "But this ...

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