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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 11 September 1845

WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. r.. p. wai.ton.jh.. nnrros. MONTPELlEIt, THURSDAY, SEPT. 11, 1815. 1811. 10,030 15,301 3,830 ELECTION RETURNS. Thoro is ho election of state officers, though tlio Governor voto is probably not a prcciso lest, us from various causes Gov. Slado's voto has run some- iim iw nr ilm tlnliot. I o returns below foot up as follows: 1845. Slade, 10,120 Kellogg, 13,504 si.." 4.400 Tho combined locofoco and third party voto is 1253 less than last year's, nnd tho whig vote is 3810 less-nct whig loss 2557, being 1000 moro than Slado's majority last year. LEGISLATURE. From tho complexion of tho returns there is no doubt that the Legislature will bo Whig, not vary ing much from the usual nmjority. Tho list below gives UG Whig Representatives, 51 Locos nnd 10 Abolitionists. Whiff, tnai.35. Tho Whig? have thus far gained two Senators in Caledonia County, by from 30 to 50 votes, and ono in Grand Isle. In Lamoille, Judge Noycs (loco) is re-elected bv some 10 to 20 votes over Jud...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 11 September 1845

Tho ' Louisville Journal" comments in i mild mill becoming manner upon tlio second Lexington mob. Ii. siys : "It will require moro tlinn the solemn protest ol the people of Lexington to convince nny suno man lint tboru wttu mi connection betwren tho proceed ing of Monday noon und Tiisil.iy night. Tlio last were direct sequent of the first, mid should incutcnlo tins lesson upon the orderly nnd hw abi ding of every section of the country, that when unlicensed popular will onco breaks over the bar riers of law, lor tho attainment of any purp so, tho door Is nt the sa.no time opened for the ndniislon of nil tlioto 1 clmicespirits' whoso violence nnd pjs sinus nro bold in check only by llio fear of tliu sanctiotH ol our penal code. Wo know of no such discriminations ns tint made by tho Inquirer 'if tho law lias to bo trancendnd it little, it Bhould bo done by discreet nnd rrsp-msible men.' When discreet nnd responsible men prosnmo that they can violate thu law and intrude upon pri vate r...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 11 September 1845

VISIT TO THD FARM OF HON. DANIHI, WEBSTER, MARSIIFIEIiD, MASS. Manures and Crops. Wo Iwvo already rcrrmtk cd that fish and othor son manmca wcro oxtonsivo ly used on Mr. Wobstor's farm. Of tlio bonclicial effecta of fisli and kelp on corn and crass, wo wcro anoyo witnosa. A Hold of corn of 15 acres Imd boon divided into four sections, and manured na follows 1st section with fish: 2d, Itolp: 3d, stablo manure i 1th, guano. On tho first throe sections, tho mnnuro was spread upon tho sward and turned undor; tho section where- tho guano was applied, was turned over without manure, and tlio corn dressed with tho guano soon after it Imd appeared nbovo ground, and a second droning given at tho last hoeing, at tlio rate of 300 pounds to tho acre. Forty loads to the acre of stablo manure, ware np. plied to tho rcction dressed with that substance; tho quantity of kelp applied was indefinite, the erouncl having been well covered with it, without counting tho loads. Fish were applied at tho rat...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 18 September 1845

VERMONT WATCHMATO STATEJOUBNAL: BY B. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIElt, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1845. VOL, XXXIX, NO. 45.-WHPLE5 NO. 2031, WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TERMS St 50 cash In advance 00 If pflrmcnt not mado in advance interest eltvavi charged from Ihft end of the year. POETRY. LIGHT FOIt ALL. r J. cniTjcx. You cannot pay wllh moity Tho million hoiii of lull Tlio tailor on the ocean, 'Die pnmant on tho toll, The hhtitct In Ihe quarry, Tlie hewer of I he coal j Yonr money pny tho lian!t Hut It cannot pny Ihe foul. YoiVgirn on tho cnthedrali W'lioio turreti moit the ikyj Rememlier the fountlfltlom That in earth and riarkricis Hot Tor, were not Ihoae foundatloni 8o darkly renilnj thore, Yon towers could never soar up So proudly in the air. The ttoikMiop mut bo crowded That Ihe palace may bn bilghtj If the ploughman did not plough, Then the pot could not write Then let every toil be hallowed That man perform for man, And have It rhnro of Itoijor, At pattfuf ono great pbn. Sec, l...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 18 September 1845

ATCIIMAN & JOURNAL. " " liTr. VAl7rON,Jn.,tlltTO!l. ' montpelieu, Thursday, sept, is, is in, tt.KCTIONJlETUilNS. " "-THE SENATE. OFFICIAL CANVASS. WINDSOR ClltlNTV, James Barrett Justin Morgan, v Thomas T. Barrett, ., , .Benjamin Hillings, - John Noblo, - Galen Pearson, .John IV Skinner, Hugh II. Henry, Sumner A. Webber, Oliver Qleason, William Warner, Joshua M. Aldricli, aimr , 3359 3107 'Wli'igs elected. 3503 J 10001 $ Loco, nog; 0'20 Third Party. 009 J WASHINGTON COUNTV. Undoi-irk Richardson, 2108 Loc.03 elected. Oramel H. Smith, William W. Wolls, Goorgo W. Collamor, Jabez Mower, Samuel Chipman, r, . ... r 2i:iG 1451 1110 540 538 10 Whigs. Third Party. ocauenng, CALEDONIA COUNTV. Welcome Bcmis, 1038 S Whigs 0,octou' 1023 ) T 1009 Lor'03- jjjajj Third, Party. 12 Peter Liinl, Jefferson Crop, Woodman, Morrill, Scattering, VOTES FOR GOVERNOR WINDHAM COUNTV. 1813. 1811. Blado. Kelt. Sliaf. Sladc. Kcllo;;. Shallcr. 14 towns last week, Halifax, Londonderry, Marlboro' Vernon, Whiting...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 18 September 1845

From the Boston All, OoHiimV il 13 DEATH OF JUDGE STORY It is our tiiclrtncliolly duly, tins tiiorniiij? ti on iioimco lliu tlcnllt of lliu Hon- JOsEPU STORi , one of lliu Associate Justices oltlio Supremo Court of llio United Stntca. Ho departed tills lil'o ut Ids privnlo residence til Camliridc, in Una vicinity, on Wednesday evening, about nine uciock, ngutiuu. Ilo wns nttiicltcd, nlimu ten day since, by a vio lent complaint ol'tln; tmweis, which liia otherwise enlct'ulcil frtinio wits tint competent to resist, find winch lias thus terminated his existence. The death of Judjjo Story is truly n calumitous event to this community. His various, cxtensivo nnd profound learning, both professional and gen oral, lias rendered liiin an honor and nil ornamont to our Statu nnd to the Nation. For depth of ro search, for versatility of intellect, nnd lor giltcd nnd accomplished mental endowments, it may bo doubted whether Judge Story has left his cqua bo loud hint, in our Country. Although ho...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 18 September 1845

, , rrom tho Albstiy C'uhltator. FOOT-ltOT (SO CALLED) IN SHEEP. Luther Tucker, Esq. A Into number of tho Boston Cultivator contains an artlclo on this sub ject from Mr. Jowott of Woybridgo, Vt., which in duces mo to send you this communication, lljo importanco to tlio Blieop-raisinc community of this wholo continent lo understand tlio nature ami caus es of tlio many diseases to which sheep aro liable, is incalculable, and when well understood, they will be surprised to find tlio ease with which t hoy can bo cured, and in most instances prevented. When Mr. Jowctt is Informed that I was born and raised a shepherd, and thnt tlio little information I possess is tho result of long and nttentlvo practice, ho will, 1 am suro, readily give mo credit for tlio truo intention with which I writo, namely, to set - him nnd others right, as to tho truo causo of, and remedy for, this (so called) disease, and not to find fault with him, or enter into any controversy about it ; for I willingly admit...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 25 September 1845

V ER MONT WATCHMAN & ST ATE JOURNAL. BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEIt, TIIXJllSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1845. VOL. XXXIX NO. 46.-WHOLE NO. 2032. . V A IT1 II iI A iV Kr IDITIrNAt, l liven social intercourse, oml nlTnrd agreeable to A I. UIUAIN cC .1 U U ItFUVLi. , ixlti(m rrom ,t)0 hthorMxi.-. nnd one., irritating du Ti:nMS l-fi1cali In n.lvnnroi 89 na If payment I. r.ot mlilo in mlv.mco ties of IH'o. vcl wo would not have tlicni cultivate THE TEETH. Tlio prevalence of defective teclli ill this colin try is Ilio general subject of remark by foreigners, Till MOTHER AND HER FAMILY. ' Philosophy is rarely found. Thu most perfect simple I ever mot. was an old woman, who was mi. rtMt7 even these, tor purposes of selfishness and vanity, 1 and wlmovor Ins travelled in Spain mid Portugal is jpircnlly tlio poorest and moat forlorn-so Iruo is , -m;zr Inn for ilio sakonf contributing more largely to tlio , stritclc with tho siiporlorsoundncsa and whiteness of the maxim which nil promts to...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 25 September 1845

WjA'IICIIMAN & JOUItNAL n. r. WAi.TON.Jit.i niHTon. MONTPELIBIl, THURSDAY. SEPT. 25, 1815. THE SENATE. OFFICIAL CANVASS. HLNNINOTON COUNTY. Black.nan E. Drowncll, 1571) ? w, , clcctoj. Asahcl Hurd, 1550 " Sa?r' llT Loco,. Pctlibonc, 1101 J Bottom, 2113 I T,r,i iatty. Armstrong, 2iN S WINDHAM COUNTY. Ebi'nozor Howo jr., John Campbell, Hctibcn Winn, Thomas White, Ebcnezer Huntington, Charles Chapin, John C. Wilson, Willnnl Frost, . John H. Campbell, Scattering, Whigs elected. Locoa. Third Party. WINDSOR COUNTY James Barrett iW Justin Morgan, 33.VJ I Thomas T. Barrett, 3 107 I Beniamin IJillinirs. 11503 J Whiga elected. John Noble, 1000 ' Galen Pearson. 1005 Locoe. John P. Skinner, 1007 I Hugh II. Henry, MGJ Simmer A. Webber, IK'01 Oliver Glcason. 020 I William Warner, 021 Third Party. Joshua M. Aldricb, 1)00 J RUTLAND COUNTY. Joseph II. Chittenden, 2803 ) Frederick Button, 285 1 5- Whigs elected. George T. Hodges, 2310 Harrington, 1172 Thrall, 1172 S Locos. Hyatt, 1172 ) Hale, 510...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 25 September 1845

LETTER FROM CASSlUS M. CLAY. 1 Tho Tho followinglcttcr from C. M. Clay was written Hi reply to a letter from tlio Cincinnati Committee, nppointod at tho meeting of the citizens of that placo to tnko some measures relative to tho l'rcss ofthoTruo American. Their letter is dated Au gust 27. Tho Committee- inform him that tho Press is safe and Insured, nml tender him their services, in any way in which they can aid him. Lrxinoton, Ky., Sept. 4, 1815. Hcnj. Urnor, James S. GlaBCoc. Jacob Kmst, Oli ver Lovoli, Ceo. W. Phillips, U. (J. Mitchell, .Tallinn Cnllinnn. Gentlemen I have just recoived your letter of llio 7tn lilt, enclosing the proceedings oi mo citi zens of Cinciiinatti, nnd their resolutions in public mooting. Their words nfhiiidncss and uencrous iipnrccu- tion. nnd lmlilo nml liiirniflcd avowal, moved mo moro than al tho studied cruelties and wrongs of my enemies, though 1 was unnerved by disease, and inrcaicncu, lor long uays ami nignm, mm u uum bio death. I tlinnlc vou that...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 25 September 1845

From tho Vermont family Visitor. CORNWALL, Sept. 8, 1845. Mn. Editoi;: Tho abovo portrait is ofalamb, raised by myself, bred from an owo that originated lioni J. 1. Bailoy'd flock, of K. I., and sired by the American Tiser. She exhibits the marks of even tually making one of tho best owes in Vermont, ifj sue nt all takes alter licr dam aim Biro, lor nicy stand preeminent. Tho hnsines of lamb raising i one of the most important points of sheep husbandry. Hut still how much it is neglected j how few thero are that man ago it at all for their own profit, or for tho benefit of others. Improvement ought to be tho grand ob ject ot tne Tvool-grmver, nnu tlio great question should be, how shall I best promote tho interest of rt 1.5 t.i. -ii r i ' i. i t. inv flock? Shall I raise lambs fiom an inferior lot of owes, and consequently an inferior buck, (for the two almost invariably go together, as a man that is indifferent about whit ewes ho breeds from, will also ho alike indifleicnt about wh...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 2 October 1845

SMONT WATCHMAN T ATE JO URJN ... .. 1 BY E. P: WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIElt, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1845. VOL. XXXIX, NO. 47.- WHOLE NO. 2033. - f & s WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. tiot made 'ITIIMH 91 50 cmIi In u.Wunco Interest !, in advance 8d 00 If pajrmcnl l not made est alwajs charged from i.e end of Ilia roar. MISCELLANEOUS. THE GENTLE MAIDEN. rnot the rnrscii ok s. henry BEtvrlioUD. Heaven be praised, tlio coucolis have almost en tirety disappeared from the neighborhood of Paris ! In a few years not n trnco.will bo left of these de testable vehicles. Under pretence of conveying travellers, these horrible machines subject unhappy mortals lo thoinost dreadful joltings; keep them, besides, in a constnnt cloud of dust, nnd exposed to tho hottest rays of the sun, as well ns to every passing shower ; and again, do not lurnish tlio least protection against tho winter's cold, fetrango bo lution of that problem, how ono can continue to move without advancing, it takes them two hours to...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 2 October 1845

a naSnT" in thnnrGflt commercial ClUCfl 01 mo land, at least VI) per cont. 01 nil cngngcu m mui cantllo pursuits, fail. Tho rortunito holder or a lottery prize is placarded at every corner of your streets but whit becomes of tho ninety and nine who ''.raw blanks ? Arter all, n fanner may ask, what is tlio advan tage of great wealth ? And what xs wealth ? "A man is as well oir," said a great Now York capital ist, " who is worth half a million as if ho wore rich 1" Punch says that when Rothschild was told that Louis Phlllippo's Incomo was but $50 a minute, hia eyes filled with tears, and ho remarked, " I was re ally not awaro of tho King's destitution 1" "Wo will conquer all India" said Perns to his Prime Minister, "wc will then cross over to Asia and con quer that Wo will then find other nations to con quer; and when all aro subdued, wo will then sit quietlv down and enjoy ourselves." 'But why, said tho Minister, " may wo not now sit down am onjoy ourselves without going to so much t...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 2 October 1845

iMtailTON MARKET, Mostuv.Sci.t. XI, 1&.5. Reported for tlio Dally Adtcrtlior. At M akct 1133 Iloef Callle, 45'J Stores, D300 Sliocp and 1050 Gnma Piiicts-I7cCu!(le Tho prices oHost week were notsuilnln nl, We ijuiii iiim $5 1 flrt qualiljr 4 73 j second 4 93 a SO j third 0 u" n Cl. ...... Si ,rt l'o year c.t.1 ftO a 15 1 threo voar old 910 n $21. Slurp Lambs 1 13 a 1 75 1 old Shoeprrorn 1 50 to rl. Sarnie Shoata lu poddlo, 3 and 3 1-8 c fur Bowl, and 4 limH 1 -Fetor Harrtiwai olJ Hogs 3 1-2 und4 l-2c. At retail from 3 1-3 to 5c. ' HOSTON MARKET Monday oftcmoon.Sepl. 29. Provisions Wales in iuj ium near ioik ni lo i-v.a mi". nml am, in linnll lull lit 13 mill. OrlniO 11 1-4 II 11 1-3. M( bonf 10 n 10 1 3, llama 9 l-2e, 50 kegs lard 8 1 a c. Flour. There in n fair demnhd for Genosico ul (I,8I, Alexandria, old, 4,51 a 4,(a l-'J. Com Sales orjollow Hal at 57 a 68c, whlto53 eOOc. Data 37 n 3". MAKIIlin), At the Union House In thin i Hinge, Hcnl, mbet 18lli. lit the notif.Mr, Orldley,...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 2 October 1845

'tfATTENINC, ANIMALS. 'Tlioto nro somo rules which may bo advantage ously adopted in feeding animals, which, howover obvious thoy may be, nro too oftou passed over or neglected. Somo of theso will bo specified i and 1st. The Preparation of Food. This should bo so nrenareil that its nutritivo tironerties may bo all mado availablo to liio U80 of the animal, and not only so, but appropriated with tlio least possiblo ox- rondituro of muscular energy, 'l'ho ox that is oh Iged to wander over an aero to get the food ho should find on two or three sqtmro rods ; tho horso that is two or throe hours eating tho coarse food ho tvnnl il awnllnra in fiftnnn minntna if lIlO Cmltl W3S ground.or the hay cut as it should bo tho sheep that spends hours makinp its wny into a turnip, when it it was sliced, it could bo cnton in as many muiim-n tho niir ihnl rnls raw potatoes or wholo corn, when cither cooked, could bo eaten in ono-qnarter of tho timo may indeed fatten, but much loss rap. idly than if the...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 9 October 1845

V EKMONT W BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. AVATCllMAiN & JOUK'NAT. , UM? MSOeatliinBiWuncet 8300 IT pnymcnt h not mmle in uli.nire j interest alwnjm onnrgoil from lhu cnl of iho yoar. POET It Y. 11011 FLETCHER. I nncc know n pliniRlniiaUt llot Tlfllchcr liMnnme, Who w in old, nl "(tiy 1 " w I"io I Yet the lived quite contented, nml free from nil sttilo, Hub I'lin-lier Ihe plouilirann, nnd Jnrijr hla wire. Ii Hi'' mnrn lronkr,l Hie i ant, anil Um nljilil fled nwsy, I'l.oy would nso up lur I iiioi, K'lroMien tor 1110 ouy j 'I lie a ol mo I irn on u ro.i, on in" guir, I out.il Hub ut It" luugh, imd liii wife at llic pail. r it littlo nltiii:o In front or a grotc, Wlietu in youili II" v lirt sine thiir v.mng lienrU tip lo love, W tin! mlti ' nl eg,', -tii'l 10 thorn di'uMv ilenr, t It tiled u,i ill,' (nit will! n f-mlle i r u 1 1 .1 r . - u li Ir.-o hj't II- lliotiiilit. 111(1 tlm vow ' ii 1 . 1 tiiipml, I'll it II milled ill mli'li H" "I" ili "i" 1,1 "' I Tbo 14,. .tn till tlii-ri'i mi...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 9 October 1845

ma,. pjaiWKLi'aiifH ifr,wn-aiif mi rrimn thitt11""1"1"" WATCHMAN & JOURNAI li. V. WAI,TO.,JH., nilliOil. - MO.Tri'EiilER,TIlURSIAY,OCT. , 815. LEGISLATURE OF VERMONT. Tho Legislature mccta to-day (Thursday,) nnd 0110 of tho llrst duties to be attended lo will bo Unit of tho election of Stale officers. Sinco tho regu larly nominated candidates of tho Whiff party bave received n largo plurality in tho popular vote, no cannot doubt that tho Legislature (both brandies being Whig,) will nt onco elect lliom. This busi ness out of tho way, nnd the ordinary county ap pointments completed, wo trust tho Legislature will tuko up tho subject of Mutation In right good car nest, and devote to it the consideration which Its importance demand Wo can conceive of no in terest of tho State so important as this certainly nono which is now pressing so strongly for tho ac tion of the Legislature ; nnd wero tho present ses sion to eventuate in absolutely nothing but well de vised measures upon this su...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 9 October 1845

OCTOBER 1, 18415. I DM . ' aivu now opening at tlio VJ-OLD CORNER STORE, the most stock of which they have ever offered Tor sale. Our tutu luaiiiunuoio DRESS GOODS, FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN; of SILKS, WORSTEDS. &c. Ac. of various IIOIV nlvlng mid mints, niwl nf rilfrv gclltcr too many jicip names to bo written f (fh different ILll W puces ul VUttUMyjiaa 4lJiX6i Ribbons, Fringes, Gimps, Ac. which wc offer ut great bargains. To GENTLLJIEN we offer choice ns in CLOTHS FOR OVERCOATS A3VI DRESS DO. AiVD FOR PANTALOOJVS AND TESTINGS. Wc offer at reduced pi ices 20 pi ccs of rich CARPETING ; 25 iiJci of fine medium 4-4 and 5--1 brmcn uml bleached COTTONS ; 15 th. Ticking, Drilling, Wicking, Wad- ding and Yarn ; Nei" hmt'l.-:cping find mechanical 11,1111). WARE of all hinds ; G crat'S of CllLY.il, EARTHEN and CLASS WARE ufnao styles; 5 JO rs Ladies, blisses Children's Shoes; 200 do. EndieS and Ginllenwi's INDIA RUB HERS. Caipn, Straw and Bead Dags ; Sill: Pur scs, cl gant Ribbons, Crava...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 9 October 1845

ON RAISING WINTEIl WIlfcAT. A Tow remarks in rulation to this vnluablo brancli of agricultures may not bo amlsa nt this liino. In tbo month of August, ISM, I plowed a pioco of mowing land (wlilcli liad lain in tho sod twenty years or more,) for tho purpose of planting an or chard. I did so in November. I caused it to bo nlowoil ilrnn 11 to the beam." About tho middle of Senloinbor. I sowed on Iho furrow, " Whito Flint Wheat,'' threo bushels. I should recomm end two busboU to the ticro. Thorowcro two distinct soils ono part having boon onr'chodby tho road wash, which produced fi heavy crop; and tho other had tho benefit of a cold pasturo wash, with no fertilizing properties (ono of tho ' cold water' errors of tho past.) On tho best soil, tho wheat was ready for harvest on tho l.th July, tho borry being full, and straw bright, while on tho poorer soil, it 'spring killed in part, and rust caused damage and blight, it being backward, or two weeks later. , , ., . My neighbor took six qua...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 16 October 1845

VERMONT A BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. "WATCHMAN & JOURNAL, - TERMS $1 SO rath in advance) Jri 0(1 If payment le not made In ndvjnco InloroH alvvay charge) from (he end of tlio year. MARYLAND ELECTION' Tlio New York Tribuno gives tho results of the recent election ns follows : MIIMUEttS or coNonuss. Districts. Whigs. Locos. JVative. Chapman, ,r)gg4 Key, -1238 Snivrly, fiOJ.r "Perry, (178!) Vcthcrcd,5030 Ligon, 5924 Kennedy, I0O2 Gilcs, r8!)4 Dimcan 1147 5 Wright, 37(18 "Constable, 3937 0 Long, 373.". Martin, 8371) S7818 2SW17 1147 "Elected. LEGISLATURE. Senute, whig mnjortty 7; House, wiig3M, lo cos 39 whig majority 4 in joint ballot 11. ANNUAL IlKI'ORT OF TI1H AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS. Wo gather tho following items from tlio Audi tor's Report, which was laid beforo both Houses yesterday; STATU THV.ASUHY -Expenditures. debentures of last General Assem bly, SI 1,530 70 Salaries, 10.G80 US Auditor's order, 13,003 01 Judicial expenses, 28,901) 39 Total for support of gov ernment, $CG,I89...

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