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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 18 April 1843

R'XTQ'IiAHD Wffi IB AIL ID i l'lMIl.T NEWSPAl'tU, DESIGXKI) TO HE A (JEXEKAL UEPOS1TOKT OF POLITICAL, AORICULTURAL, DISCUSSIOXAL, MO UAL, MISCELLANEOUS AND ESTERTAHIlilO KEkUllIO w 11 1 t ; a- o 3; ; it .v s ; v. i Ml ITj 18, 151 a i Tor. 4 senium mi. fra: aitr't Morattiir for Match. i) 1; a r 11 : 1: i, i. A TALK r TAniK. r II ;go, in one of his clever novels, has . 1 . a mantle of romanco over ihu wash IT an I narrow limits of thn tlcath-rccciviug I, M ,;t: ''1 every siicci-eding writer 'i y approach thn subject with con . nitjit.ng. were it not ' it the peculiar r !'. place' i M ir jne possesses a ConUnn'ly recurring ,j 'iviy varying story, involving equally r'H'. new nctors, nnd now passions; the ,-tii leading parts in crcry drama of fear, ' fjfll-ring , nnd thu living are made ....arctsjorna in the shifting- panorama ' w ih which every spectaclo is wound i .c M"r.-! ir, is the Omega of humanity the Atihout tlie coftin- -the sleep without th 1 1 Its interest it not the intercut ...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 18 April 1843

THE HERALD. rvr.sn.x r nrj:xtGAintr. is JIOW TO nfil'HK Li' A WHIG VICT Oil Y lly the foUowinc rules of rKtf.E, which owjbi to apfjly In Ihwonrtd cuts in which it l Mttr Ossmghlof, lo servant ff Wo foro tlctetlei, i Ten ut ute f tf cwuti fur t Whig victory in .Moo re CtttMV A Mr. Swan, of democratic ftly hs been rowvicttd of mutdt r od irnlenrrJ lu l hunj A .Mr. lIutlMt, also tocv fixtk, hat been elected In the rnitthtHty fr n yrat, fur Ito-stealinf. At tet llit Wcm tsveolyir uisjarily In the county mid ut nf Uitm fcste ntiw U'o sent lu the peniletitiirr, arid em It lu be bung, tint Hie count ti Wbi.'' y.iadly harvj and Imprison llie lwjt stolen ( anl jgtr-Jtn?r and we'll iniuie the woild a gftVntl Weotsm and eveiy mherdestrurme itn. Hut oh! cisterns fur tests, linn it would thin off the pop ulation to lung ntl imprnoi, the fugues ' My eyes! Ut i demd for cirpt-.ten and jsllows timber. New VorUCIIr Election. This annual raw has again resulieJ adveraely to the Whigs, frauds the most ...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 18 April 1843

J'ronthe Knttkerbotlsr. TUK HEATINcfoF THE I1KART. Jt he dsrkorss that veils mo 1 heir only the inr.g "f my hestt ft drifting don n the stream of time, f heedless, helpless speed; A breathless in the still sublime! Oof be stwsr hearts in muffled chime Alone the Mlence feed. And in lbs hush how mournfully . .Mates the me.iutrd toll! To leli u while he we die Thf Iwioro-tnrll f sympathy Pinning lbs pistinj soul! Nit when (he (urging passions roar Tht bodinjr peal we best; Dot when the stormy strife is o'er, An ! drowsey waves lie down on shore, It trembles on the ear. AJin thr stream, dear constant frisnd, .Submissively e'll i-lldr, I '.tn.Mf'iH how our bark may rtrnJ, Si c,nct"Us Heaven ihe pilot send, Aa J e bo lido by side. Whrsther we pull for purple shores, t Poor Uwien wastes, if won, ) Or resting on suspended oars, Cnspmutingly at drifting llowcrs, The current tieirs us on. A 4 ptlent as wo p'ss, 'lis well T lu'l our beam at even; Aril t their beating chime, whose swell Srmn nd...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 18 April 1843

CWr frtn I i e J,, .bwiM tfcmk -wtr to .n taper-, vrnt . . uftnr rstrnt-rt. mi. Bwirncr uwn sin- uinimui- sti MA to loof nnrln iiy in rrroovinr; to et eitt jhM ftrnAu fit naiin, nt she m.uiirilv If. tUd tbsst fc mu! U and sr-eerdmglv ini?rn n "HJ deifpalcbrsl to intimjle to the neterrt rjW an tb morrow a psrij nouM take w?ikki; tl ibe yoctnfr liijlis.ls'star was prnt when lit rBiiprmrfil wis msd-, be was rrsm-. to Jsjm kbytheUie imMj'picKWJ marnuit btmnlf AkiMMgb be amUy yielded i the invitation, be Itasi not Is XH Jo bt (J Kimr uiar. mint hrn fn II .nil r.iinfn fnu ol Ills llfl'- . . . . . ,i I r.t i ..f....i- n,.,- i,. if ,n i it . ...i ........ i... i., Wdl annul inaimnii icunr iiim luuiui.-' , te ik W far Xhr nwreh onm orcr-, cMvn h'i lot-f prmciplr limiltl live umlcr tbe satnti roofwitb li"'i fordsys perhaps for wcrl hi hur in all btMirs nwl in all moods. he could mt ferstjetbe propect (bra thouMnd Uiancns! ,'It wns, beweirr, far more easy to malte tliii resolution than to eomm...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 25 April 1843

k FAMILY NRWSPAI'BR, DESIGNED TO HE A GCNKK.M. REPOSITORY OF POLITICAL, .AOttlCULTURAL, DISCUSSIOXAL, MOUAI., MISCKLLANF.OIS AND ENTF.RTAINhlfi RKliUNUU. t ; A' o if ms Ml .V S Mi V . J MSUTIj.M.Vn, f. .11 lit I, 2 5. I SI3 VOL. 49 .AllMltlSK 17. ttl t'j IK ( u t r 1 1 a t o u s , (.unfit ftujtttl The New-York and I'hlla- . - . . . . I - . L . . . ii re i papers suic iiisi ine pro-pens lor a urn t -j nIo ii brighter than it has lcen for some tir Hie general opinion is that the timea aio I r ana rcnainij impruTing. A rune man named David Chaodler. has been r'tv ed In the Stale 1'iijon in 'ew-llanipliire r Vie third time, lie is unlv 24 Tears old. and In i;tnl half of it in prison. It it and that a Senator in Maine, on arriving at Ai'fCf'i, 'T muUle went ti the arttnal Instead of lifitrc house. ni'I Htniandirir-his seal, was re ivult" if.n the hooka of tlie establishment, when f M k mf elf enlisted in the arm? lor 7 Years. Vpncr. of wheat at Zanesvillc, Ohio has ad-nn-ei a trifle, and...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 25 April 1843

to Mklwnet Uer prol r-uofl J Comfort it ihtm ht RMMtuiit eostmhul by ibne martyrs lolnMr Ii h wibwiutinjlj- laerifkrd on the khar of t-anflr I) nM tio thirds of the ses eaiilwfly tmintr a ooinperssMn of tho "air, and iMr part oi lb truly, which rur the br-.li to Le tntVolly and jfattf injjly imp. from ihr opf! ton!. rWUistf firry imneme nt hirh mtflst i'JefiK hur ln proee-fiil 1 Atid wlult doMtg dm. lo they tttt persuade thcrnseltea that ky ftiwriifttce no mrwiTtniniccsl IX) they not ntllntflr ffr a cramping and eurtailing of tl"j feti, arid Ms aHvi.it.t eil, to which the iron tartar bw anrrniriy irsl by the irxiumtors Um no llipht nrwmblarfe? Ijlhcy not,! with pratse woethy jutif nee, mi; lit after tilgiit submit to the ipdwNs inflection of the curling pincers, compla ertdly enduring s tirwlry bums and the tearing out f stray hairs by tbe roots? Ij tbey not but wherelaie rtmmeratc 1 Who will not admit thnt Mie mgriing wish in the breast of woman is to tstes Irf-siuty t I remmemb-r ...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 25 April 1843

jll ft t r I i a u c o u a . f,,,tut IitanJi They have madr their i f 'tv tmr. wile earlier limn uual m the l i(r )tuir. of the l-amurtdje, fell .n the I5ihult. Repassed one up. , vk fret a'-aTc the level of the sea. It t'..ff hm been 300 feet in lhicknr. (Cambridge Palladium, f tn (ln H-e says lint jIkiui on thou v n will rcndeivo'ins at I'nn I,evanvuiiih r,, ,,f Mat, fur the purpose of emigrating to ffon Terniory t otti ii- he iec-ntly limit thf largest and tr f. i) in tlie Utwn of Cainbridpa. Il Is of , i 'tit massive but father sombre edifice ' ! -r, nJ It located at East Cambridge. Ilunkcttiilt Aurora value havn r i- n New Orleans, has lived with a womin . t re s,eart s herhusbind; and in all not a-f-vtiens, tier name has appealed his wife h now arrived from England, who , mn a her husband. The American -ru a rnarriace, ntiJ the man ab-olutelv , i mrican wife lor defamation, in declaring jer erc never nuirieo. c The celebrated John llandnlph, on a i frtiile fiier.d, found hr su...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 25 April 1843

R A 8 Kin CI I rtiN Jtoct lurrtM in a is TJbr immt April U)-i are come tt last, bihJ tptimg m m l"My upon ot Though ik v. in ter Imi (Html 4fMMl)-, ilit charm it hut left in our mmory u ncimU by ihc appiweh of in milder iwcr, an J cicty one Mill oui with at lo "tteJpmtie lovely 'print " Ntnio it itrrtuimr I put her Unirtiful tube of grec n nmi to dirt to ffacrfal auuc wrih tho most tirjuisttr Hotter cni roifbudi Happy heart, uniting countenances and cheer-' fl iJKiS arc about ui' I'loivrri of brnuty and tf liope ar tpiMiAg up in our path I Wo look art a lutk ami luttdlv rtmeitibir that tnonv n m Imi w aiWil ui n happy new year, c boj; iktm to ticiprocatc a lii-nity return, nnJ a' the, ojKwnj fprinp lint ar.-akinol from their twtfij iHrattVrti all the finer fcclm-' of the soul, and rach J 5nt" heart rnjoyi .n il ficinom oil the I. ravin-1 Min imtitiunt which inspire a thoughtful niiiul j m Mn contemplating "tiaiurci own brainy in Hie ftasrry lie Mi. on the sunny Units of irurtjlinj; ...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 2 May 1843

IB IT 1L A St ID IHHIBAILID A rAMILT NKWSIWVKH, DESIGNED TO DC A GENERAL HEI'OSITOIIY OF POLITICAL, AOniCULTURAL, DISCUSSIOXAI. MORAL, MISCELLANEOUS AND ENTERTAINING 1UUIMU ii srr. v s sir. it .v s ; v . i I VOL. ID IX T .TIU UK IS. POPULAR TAISS. I n I ,t Hothctttr Gem and Amuttt. , I 1, OF CONNECTICUT. I a, n, the inhabitant! of the little il- ,1'iHic staio ot ,onncctictit, were t tho arrival of a family, directly from is.stmg of an o!J mao, lii daughter, n.cstirs. It was before our devolution, t r,uation with the mother country was an i ie timplc villagers woro delighted at the .( i caring from home and the friends they .. ..i.ig doubling but their new nclghboi .c .eree at his fingers ends. Hut in this l -v unappoinieu; mr ino oiu gentleman - i i r .i ii - J f 1 aCS iu uilltvcr llieir (1UC3- i jrlaimcd oil knowlodgo of heraldry. a I, along with the sight of rather gay v tjjes, in which tho old gentleman's t i'jtcr cnose to appear, shortly alter their artival, r - to he known thro...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 2 May 1843

of Mtokiaf ruin mri thnr fghi T itood Utt tntti . rownmt p-ai inp in irhlm amitxo NHM M tb ki o( ram a ltd draot a tmn. Half baratf mcI imrxikjrtifijj embers writ ali ihn r!f ni r,( be oMt Mt awl comfortable Taw Mai ttn.f,unM in a rnomM.t the mhic all W irtKibft, ami A ist locos, with a na rump whoop. botmoVd into Ui fore, and win Urt to the ihicktti .Making ditaly for tht ijwt wlttfc bttownniijwam itorI, the samareene of fotn wrt hu ityw. Net a Kick was left stand ing; W bit pracuieri rye detected the hattc v I'.h which tho work ef the miratfiHr, whoever ' 'jvy n ote, had htcn executed, ami bo readily c tijto tnttd that they were a ima'l bind of rragan fUt, the ancitnt cnamidt of Jin tri!!, rho had tibni admntav of hu al wco lo Lil'. 0r curry captive IhMi agvd enemy 4at(d L".i pale face friend. He wtt jtijht They dared ,,0t attempt the capture of tbein wlulo Atul'coii whs near lo tuartl lhean, for hu f.une '11J sproad fir and wide ma bnve and mighty wv.rior. Although thnr artuilion...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 2 May 1843

- n vnur VAKMlNO. ... a fMfvC" " rfST'" Ittitrtn Mr. ,.!fm aid Sir Thernai , Y"-i rail me a farmer of the aniimia , t I r,ow rot what you mean, Sir. by his , i ten a farmer thee forty jef, e t rtrti from my father, ami I m if' uU tokmr about fuming, )ct I rr . K know more than my father, for why t .ntrrialt I" he tutr thi our parents." th 30 bohelItof Indian Corn to the i ak it barly rible lo nrodurn more r v n.J Ami with regard to all your c t ' a farming about rotfrps dram 'I . .inula piece with your 100 txiihMs r i .e acre i 1 r liou!d you be satisfied with SO ' ill arrc, when the liiirliett an ' , ! will (jo to prove beyond all cavil, ner. T . .tanrcs, ane variuu ari oi ine "i and 1 CHI buthcU ha.cbi.en procured . - , in! in n"mo instance), ; anu r.ari 'Sjrato?a lm raited 150 buntiel from i t i s- ecringlv term book-fanning. I must , ' j! a iitlo altenion lo 4lhat subject would t ( iiNt to vou, nut only by enabling you lo 1 arm p Townsend, a Lord Townsend fr u( the, turnep cultu...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 2 May 1843

IrnsKAL rr tii W Irtm thai art piftaimalv aWtrt bMnMen wu psrfo rates at Im HiMl in Ah ear on WnJrtr?dv kit, by I) P. W. nittrih, rurfon of Hartford Thr : wi) a fin eleven year of ago, w Humph ifriik bo wa horrrblr deform!, from for tffcfch Hr wwed wlir-n ihtwynf? of age TWjWf rcvrjtd Ifole of ortf side fil.o ih d (awnttmc from lb- U ft wr to tbc t.-nMlc of tlx elutt, Mtf afstn from lb sitsiet Jar to lhe portertor flat TUkt wtar boor II y ike eerrtf&ettoti of tin- ill ib mm lip wai rompiciriy twinea ow iMnHvt bottom of ikt chin, art ttw- law i dram few n to iku Urn si to tbat the posi'icri tf tit wn'flr letfh norurontal. Ir J- divided (1m tear nttd Uu;U ibe jaw arid lip up lo lit ptopr pOMtion ; i-eKihitle-n n larger ping wound ittiicli was nwetttsrv to fill, nnel (hit was done l cMtiflf a strip of nktri larjtr inongh to answer the porpoa from tfi shcmkhr ; tl.ii mrip-Tcrat iridi l ie Itih e! brettdtli, wti not entirely drtach c4, Irttt wss cotv ' tftl r.t one ( ltd where it km ...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 9 May 1843

i FAMILY XEWSPAl'E!., DESIGNED TO HE A GENERAL REPOSITORY OF POLITICAL, AGRICULTURAL, 1HSCUSSIOXAL, MOUAL, MISCELLANEOUS AND ENTERTAINING READINGS. Ml V TJj .f .V n , !! , .Tf .1 I 9 , I S 1 3 . ( VOIi. 19"-?II7nRRR 10: Till: It lilt A I. It. rmbllsW erary Tuesday Eroning. TERMS rtn TrAR. ft t ryi'.cn rmiti. aime iubteriberi door 1.75. ...tl in mclerti.cr lelen al the office. " I,50 I I nfidfotrt Jit,M ccni aided ifnttlien paid tklnti'd iy Mr Yxllage catrttr, $2.00. fUtfor tttrybody ; "Encourarc Your Own." ki:iiciok. The mariner, when tempest-driven, I'pon a dark and stormy sea, Lifts up his troubled eyes to heaven, la hopes that there some guide may be. And if perchance some trembling star Shine toftlv through the gloom of night He lmifs its radiance from afar Blessing its mild celestial light. Thus when o'sr life's tumultuous surge Wo struggle on, through gloom and care, While storms ofgricf and anguish burn Our troubled spirits to despair. Oh then, in that benighted hour, Olo gui...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 9 May 1843

tt4at tu'Uiit uf ' i MKH- b.: in '.. wrt fcfnonol with wiM bt.t9tns rxl frostm! pine vm lflr-r whifothsl in 1a pH. bl tuW rt lspl sp istintfji wreath ef wiM rtttrt and briar, which filkl the loom with ilthcton ffgnnr (n iHc Imlf table ki thn apart!, a japsra siu-r, iih a dreanU r of nine in thr niftdlr. urttind"d by ilvmlrr wine rUMXj.aod,i Aor napkin was spread oit loaf of eik close by A df of" the pirrV tnuMm !ij up? a counterpane of old farluonud dimity, that eptwtJ the like a shwt of mow U'r rtood by while thuold woman arrayed her THE HERALD. rur.sD.x v r. yknixv.ma y o. The .Neil l,rrldencr"Irfiti!nc I'o.ltiotn." Itic ritciimUnc thai Ml. Van Huten declined responding to the calcchisrn propounded by the In iMana Doinecr.illc Convention, crsatea nn imall ofiJermenl nJ mortification among tlio locos; but it very n.turally comes to be regarded as ont of Iih nee u liar non-committal, tiloaso nam lmif-rrn. .M , . . . . . - I 1 ,---,- or calW tot tbo btiJal, an l wcnarrcl wry Iff harv...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 9 May 1843

Tf CO!3 it Irp iuk- 1 ccri V iui- rcc. Iclnl 4l ce bfl fiecf , cf err id p .ti d wl IV C self" thiK cenu m: ami r0 bfi seI . Ull in-1 r '! frre P" J. tut' I frt r )' ebf Uv" . " r ,hrt hf (01 il 5tt ( n t r tl a n t a u a , if TJ." N'W York earrcipoti'lrtrt of the ' '. .1 . l . -1 . li.;i iiig'iiccr v. incs . j no loyai j aKii i . A. ilia. ()tifti n ml trifin Allwirt it o ...... ki I lUatfl n n Uflflfl . mi . ' tacuallv Marring" in the rnsnuficluring r- it firrt official duties ticrfbrmrd by Jo jr' the new Poslroastcr nl Hmtford, rJ th -m Tyler muting in New- HoaaipLt A drunken aeoundtel, nn-sed IWld-i MAUHIED mo lUMsnd. of Purfraan county TenocM-c. rtcrr.i. la ibis town n tiio IVh ull. by Hiv. J. M. 11-Kk-It IriUcJ Mis Delia lUney iiti axe, soiercst her jwnod, Mr Sholaen C. Sating of lUiiJord X. Y, ti bead (low t ct body, col nlTher aims, aptii ni-en bc i Mm Elizabeth JI. Mct.'oorrlt of tint town, taaek, ami hurled her In ike aiaow. He thnn prepm- In Memin, n the Sd inat. by Jautcs...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 9 May 1843

THU FA MM. milA.N' CORN. fnr maw', an U rauti to tkt iftt tl h.e obr wii.'3 among fsimers. .bcther . Uisl.ela f shelled ram esn r fift4tjri-1 nn n sere The fsct, !rcr. of ll. hstsag Ween stosn 1st l! i iffile4lf establish Hi, tUl H ran M ttifet be di.putcd. If wo loV al (lit mauei moie neatly, ne aUsLi see ground U bope that jse rosy da ern mote tbsn this. If we ap pas the t4ts f corn punted si thtee fret apsrt racb way, we slislt lute on fl sere 4?tQ hills. New, tfn the finiier supposition that loir beating stalks hjld tern tin In etch hill, each producing one eir, ami oaek ear prndisdHg xirn ounces at oirdtlpolM of lrtlcrl gt in, the wImiIo snvwsnt of the ere would be I70 I In of grit n; and alluMin- siy lbs to a bushel (60 lb ts tha leg'l vrrtgbtl the titld at-nuld be otrt one handled and forty bushels. Or ff. Instead of one pound' and three quartets in a lull, si above, each ut should ateragc right ounces yielding two ourdlti a lull, the rrop would amount lo WiO lbs. or, at f.0 ...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 16 May 1843

-K'i St -SlSSSSe" A FAMIliT NEWSPAPER, DESIGNED TO I1E A GENERAL UErOSlTOIlY OF POLITICAL, AGRICULTURAL, DISCU5SI0NAL, MO HAL, MISCELLANEOUS AND ENTERTAINING READINGS. WHITE A" a UMJtt.VSMlW) JRPr.l.V0, Vl. .TJ.fV 10, IS 4 3. VOL. 10 U.TlBflR ritr. n eii ALU iVfc tll,reul, attht $uhiertbtrt door l,75." Jvjrrrt' " paciagt,or ttktn at the ojiit, I i.sor E, riM.AifrfJif.SS cmtt added if net then ;-WJ Tbltttitd iy the Vtllagr rarntr, - 52.00. a . t A Any advice from the East, 'Hero you come, with some more ol your queer some lime to come. notions, I suppose. 'Low sttc or moral integn- win morning i ty'' My moral integrity, I suppose, must be 'Not a word.' be very low, then, for 1 act from tho rrinciplelhnj 'No changes in ugar, I, believe, ut last ac- 1 .1 I I I pnnnU nuare urcurr..' i -w".c. From the Glen'i Falli Clarion. Till: nAVI lC CURL. I saw a maid of beautious form, Gathering flowers amid the storm The storm of life Her pnlo white cheek and glassy eye, Told plninly to the paticr ...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 16 May 1843

5 ten. fJ I irieyiMiibemirlr price J'tour ai only erth Se an 1 tbtu: rtjrrthi ytetdy, and I for yv tli! Did ye not Injw, when rouearne lo rnc,lbt price- bsd nun n New York.' Ortsinly I d.i And you calW on me for the parpote of try ing lo induce me lo still" Certainly. Yw knew, liVrwiti that if 1 sold at prevailing wrier, I rnufi iw vitally lose money.' 'Y I Vntw th- Wul "ill was none of my WW-' You knew, further, that if I wero to wait an other day, I would be able to ell at aimall profit intfrad f at a lostF Ye. And do you not think that I was mere justly entitled ta tnat profit than )'ou 'I cannot " how ' lU'.t nnt llir flnur mine? Had I not pur- ou inthi- rrtruUr irnrillion of n IrL'ilimalO trade! Surely, thro, rf any were entitled to n iirofit on h. that peron was myself. It was wrong then for you to ttcp in, and taking advantage of my ignorance, uVpme me of a just return for my l.C .ml ,! in irntw lnvalrp mo me in a erions loss. You liad (lour on hand, and ought to have been co...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 16 May 1843

,r tjrfa r I kt flmt u uiuall lo now v J i l inch. jit I f rf.$tnV The roost usual time It from.V. e" ,n "10 lettedes rribunsui, states thai the 3. irfiiui of Miy. but we prefer the ith to 'mffor nf Kusia had granted a full amnesty to a tjioNi.ne The liter owng trruires less I "amber of Poies enled Hi Siberia or In the interim t tr.Ut rear Kllcr etcarwd tho ttrnt . i . ' ,t("jj',e tn li'.e sowing.n, imwerer, too lira- uroaie ur opimononthis point of much value, i ,.f - We like ridees better lhan flat uface it, alt-r the cinjnd ha been well pulverized. .. I .i ' . ! iv i k mo ruiimj 11 orff, mrow me land i on into ridges, make them high a 30 o Jfi tnrhea apart. Then, with rale, ,t t pi ol the ridges, and lit them tor the pas o win t to win "'i ri ii jiupc pui one row i t i"l, me irco nare eir nicm a ctcater jtweiffrfeitth, andabetlerrhanrctn run deep. '.j. . . , l.... t.x .n.. . I.. r... u . A "ed, the ieed nave otfov idem a greater nnci t MJiiatc. u w 1,1 rrnnir( ii 1 at m' hleiila'...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 16 May 1843

The famous old Ills'." recently teen purcli Lynn, who Intend l tawing ar.d planing TtiMI'UKA.NTK TBA-rAnTV IS DBACON HILL distillery Bcste. April G, ISO. I tsW l)ififO Ib sWteh, Ue.r,h In falM nJ los!cicjH tnsnret, one if Ihe uWlimtt rrviial am' of which I hate ever bfn art ye-itreM ; t ktw, tJr rrpotl of which aught let till th land vrth )oj nd tfurtlixl'lnr, rd which cannot fill to wJ ilmllof plrasure through the hesitsof all who ill Inlirtrtud In ihe tsonderfjl mJ lmoit mi raculous probers of tle heaven-descended cause vf Trmperance. livery hs-Iy h hrsrd of "Deacon fillet Distil-t-ti!" inmrttlittJ bj 'k Her. (imiot II Curtv. Drtstri n-seul ye' o; fur which service that gcmlixnin vta 3r t flojjcd in the street of Sa lem, it the tnstlgJttun, as was sopjiosed, of tbo Deacon himtelf, nJ then (tied an J confided of a RUl and Imprisoned In the county jail. T!Cs events will cause Salem to he remembeted, lung after the witchcraft of the olden time nhall liaso Utn forgotten. Will you lcli...

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