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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 15 February 1844

2 M- N 3i u S O 2 . S3 o 1 -5 1 c ? o 5 u o feolS a c i s-g s t? o a I o u K o c c FlOISffi (ETA COST,CQ THE subscriber has on hand a quantity of g jgj $J among which aro THEOLOGICAL, HISTORICAL, BIOftRAPKIOM, ETC., a part of which will bo sold at COST I also a general assortment of SCHOOL BOOKS on hand, which w ill bo sold low at wholesale or retail. A general assortment of Stationery and other articles, which will bo sold extremely low. Rutland, Vt. 1844. W.E. C.STOCDARD. SANDS' SARSAPARILLA, FOR THE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT CURE OK ALL DISEASES ARISING FROM AN IMPURE STATE OF THE DLOOD, OR IIAU1T OF THE SYSTEM, NAMELY: Scrofula or King's Evil, Rheumatism, Obstinate Cu taneous Eruptions, Pimples or Pustules on the Face, lllotchcs. Biles, Chrome Sore Eyes, Ring Worm or Tetter, Scnlrl Head, Enlargement and Pain of the Hones and Joints, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Symptoms, Sciatica or Lumbago, and Diseases arising from an injudicious use of Mer cury, Ascites or Dropsy, Exposure or Impr...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 22 February 1844

BY II. T. WHITE. RUTLAND, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1S44, VOLt. 50. NO. 8. THE 11 Ell ALD . Published orory Thimtday BIorclDf . TERMS rri TEAR ""- V; Vn By mail ' . - . - S i, oo f . OnQ manttitcreditiM ctnts added if not then paid J Delivered by the Village earner. - - $3.00. Mottofor everybody; "Euroiiraw Yoilr Own." A PARENT'S PRAYER, nv nr.v. Leonard withington. At till, hushed hnui, when all my children sleep, Here, in thj precncr, gncioui God, t kneel J And, while the (can of gratitude I ncep, 4$ Would pour the prajcr which (jratiludo mult feel ; Parental lore .' O tet thy holy seal On theic soft hearts vihich thou to me liait lent ( ' ltcpiil temptation, guard their better weal ; lie thy pure spirit to their frailtv lent, And leal t'icni in the path their infant Satior went : 1 aik not for them eminence or woalth For theie, In wisdom's view, are trifling toya , Hut occupation, competence and health, Thy line, thy pretence, and the lasting joya That flow therefrom) the passiiin w...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 22 February 1844

THE HERALD, j TIll'KJtTMY TIOIt.M.t;, j': ii iiv it y n I (ji.MUiAi. th Ktrr mkmmkiw. Tfce qatiMofj, winter aiunbeit oftf.c Houts af IttfKrsentsiWo, tlrtitO tj jenm! Uf let, ihill tfadr HvO.ft at irnsiti Wftie the limine- , f.om th, Con0fcUcU,!rt(!y.nefcunnedr' Wcvc .1 hr the WMte st Watrbcntti f 12ib in ) not lew thin 00 miles t lttngin, maling the whole dtstanto 215 miles. 1'mmi llotton lo Rutland br actual measurement 117 miles from Rutland lo Dutllnglon not e " reeding 03 mile In the whole 020 milt, and mi king dnTeitoee In our favor of ny 25 milts. row these are the distances which ff tetduwn as rtry Marly accurate. Wc in truth stmpalhUe with the poor people of r0kmj WfoIWi Ma Men Vefcte Longrtts i , riurllngleii, wlwm th Watchman is so resdy to cut Onion mtr tallies. fr the taken th rncaauie of both Loco Kocoitm ami Ty lerism in Ilaltlmor. and find them tntnus nearly tit riud.of nwie momentous inlrifl. than thit It 4(K)r rurwria. the Inlrptity nf the Omiitu- tie AMf atimt. of ...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 22 February 1844

I'V the 1'nitwl States ConMitulion, " Coii?'fs!ion.il control, i he eon. AWFUL CASK OF POISONING. Ammiicas Talent a.nb Skim, in thi: K.m The Admtitpr.nubliiihed at Iwuion Falls, Me. ' plot or Rvsma In our yesterday' mwr wnsa f 'iit.on provides that rarh State shall appoint tl- pauijul affair occurred in l)anville, statement copied from the N. "i . Truo Sun, of n . or r,f lrclrni an.l Wo 1'rctidrnl, "in such Tr, i. , ,e, "',V'1, g. V i Vr ' " 'rr .L t;.l ! JoslahPcnlr. Mr 1. i. the liubsn.l of Wui.ful nai.ncr m mw - -...v.. , ,- r., , . r.i ,-, ,,f f,ir fini-elii drcn. Untie nj i j ttic ' mo oi cnoosing tnc electors ami me i of their voting, tbo Legislatures ore subject i, direct mi of conzrcis. at tho constitution provides "that congress mat determine the time of choi s.ng the electors, and the day on which they thill give their votes, which day shall be the a io t! rough jut the Un.lrd States." Now, nc .,r.l.n to the argument of the ninjority of the c.mmit'cc, congress, having powe...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 22 February 1844

I Si 1 ft KTATi: or Vi:n.VOXT. IlK it remerobmdt Dutrktof litrnrrc. n. J 11 that l ptfl.l rrl WoWt-n M lfo nithis ni far tinl dl UHtt o lU 3J day ' rtir, M1. l'icrt A lawn Wr Jirdse A ltMMMt l UflMHS MniiJs i ! tke litt rB and u-tumrnt of Noadtab GutAger Ut f CWio. in dHltlrt. itfMJ, Uinf prt. cul to tutd f-ori. for t4iiU! It li order) by Umi fjurt that nolire thereof lx) jlitoia U rr. rotwMfirJ. uiftf i ' lon of mM coott to U hoWcn at Ctwloion on Uio Gih Jay of Afarrii rwtt. In rwrtcrt ike prnbat of W , tlL br obtthIrr tMi order tbrre w wis iocer is- i Urtj rriiou to titl timf hearm?. In ti.5 Rutland HciaW, i Mipxir Htr od at Rutland. A tri tmj ir He-cotd. m U. Y L A NO DOS', H leHier. C'liculcr Ac.iclcny. TJ,f Spili.ff Trrai of iW InHhulion Aur!' lrnnol i RL It remedied Di.Ulct of Falrhaienu. t "that t fw couit Mtn t Ciletnn wliWn and lot ld .dis . i.l ... t-'.l. A I). I B 1 1. IW.ni. Almnn Uatncr. Judge. l'redcm k A 'IWmfflwn. administrator of the c. lain ot Jm 1 hompmn, lam 01 r...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 29 February 1844

.1 u 4 ;. SMfc iBum&st ie mam BY II. T. WHITE. TZB HERALD. roblUhed ycr7 Tharnlay ICorainf . TtlMPKR TEAR .If ingly,in routs, at the sulttribtrt door 1 ,75. " Delivered in packages, or taken at the office, $1,50 1 Jy mm $1,50 f OnO minthteredit;'li emit added if notthtn paid J Dtlivered ty the Village carrier, - . $2.00. Mottofor trenMAy t "Enconra"- Tour Own." i " Soup; of the American. Eagle. BT A I. ADV. ILuiM my nrst on iho mountain's crest, Where tlm wild wind rocks my eaglets to rest, Where the lightnings flash nndlhe'thundcrs crash, AnJ the roaring torrents foam and dash ; For my spirit free henceforth shall he A type for the sons of Liberty. Aloft I fly, from my cyrio high, Through tho vaulted dome of the azure sky ; On a sunbeam bright take my airy flight, A float in a flood of liquid light : For I lovolo play in tho noontide ray, And bask in a blaze from tho throne of Day. Away I spring with n tireless wing, On tho feathery cloud I poise and swing: I dart down tho itce...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 29 February 1844

THE HERALD. The BftcriJm towbiof Brandon, Salisbury, I iXrrstrf and Goshen, eti m Ue iwn llall n Ibandvrl tlllace. en Ibe t-iJ last, and formed a Uo- : ...... ..r . IVI 1. ;..L r... anal , tt.l M Ihil IIQUrS Ul . . i iti iws tor ion. - I'UOTCCTIPN AOAIiNSTFKEKTS A UEL .!;., in ih. afternoon. " rt:BHVAJtr& llmlrod and fiirmU Cil) OF I liUIUAlli A i I''"""' ' T , , -...Mi,. scree, and how- dsacreeauio w iihij- s The Inie Jew to iht 'Ciulsjj political earn jijro im.U taf tu Irotiott cfihe industry of the mtW and lie Calhoun doctrine of "Free TrwJr," or in other ttordi liberty against Uery This q icMiivj nre hone aril Miere, will be con tcdu) Vitti Hcory CJjy tnrollcU upon the banners W one peity against .Martin van Harm stereo typed ujnn the banner of the oilier rnity. Th fprmcrpk of Iho one, and the policy of the oilier nre known while the one haf, with true patriot isai .! by the interna of the people, the K!icy eaJ aJminirtr.ition of th other, hire brought ruiti upon all ittew i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 29 February 1844

Conficrji(o it a!. - - . .-Jul , w ay - m I'll lay, Feb. 1G, to T-e House was occupied mostly in ccmidcfa-, tion cd private claims, and the rule. ;f Hon J P Kennedy, member elect from '.Mary land appeared and took hit scat. In the Senate after tome buiinr of a local char acter a very able f perch was mado by .Mr. Phelps tti Lvor ol tun prccent I anil. Saturday, Ftb. I". The Senate was not In session and tho Mouse consumed tho day in debate upon tho 2Ut rule and private bill Monday. Feb. 10. In the Houso of Representative, to-day, petitions were received and occupied the greater pan of the day. Mr Adams prrsrntrd, among others, n similar petition from citizens of Pennsylvania nnd Ohio, to that presented a few months since by him, for an amendment to the Constitullon.sons toacknowl edge tho sovreignty of GoJ, and his law ns the paramount law of the land; for the repeal nf nil l.uvs, whether authorizing the running of the Sunday mail or otherwise, in violation of the law, &c Tho nu...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 29 February 1844

JTATC 01' VERMONT.) K It jfrocroWtrJ ti-utPMr rr tt KnlWr d HMn w4 " W hfftt. Win. Ils'l. Jurfc.' ii..Hui UriMlmfimii In H f uWIt by V-dtiM" I Vr, fm rtS ift Jlwfv. WUiim, Uv pi JViufi'id let tJiict ac- . . ... ..r..t.l..fl 1MI ItThVlrftlW . : ' . ' , It it tritix4 that mM tppue.tion i rwrir ' brfrnfi rrto3 'fttb f'i M"d tfw lll . of M't ilt. txl IbM rnpl l ti.U ei&t 1 pob.ii'Ji! three fL Mirtttr I. MMiw itiornn In lb Hirthnd Ilffxld. rir ...L,, imrJ at li-jiliod. thu all rrw IMeiril' may rpr .miotic tM ( iltJ ,reube truth of the Htgelan theory, mulling from cl cWe. AWuefflff ft.i i rptlfie rncarcb lid experience, namely, that man t9 in. Mti jiai.i rj- HTATKOF VKUMO.NT.J T-U. tt mtmvcira lIlMiIrt fit Kutlitx. . 1 in" "C"M ! "m 'v.uxull l.Mn and fr ..id -" i tt ion (Htuictonibc ivujo i. ii lxint. Wm. Hall. Jml?c retain. aimltiUifalor il WmU non. w uli iho lll irif. in-Ihc catate of Jtmtt I). DutJff Ji 01 liutiana aioirano. urrair, icaiair, l.arlne piewntfd a tlllinn to aald cfM f...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 7 March 1844

BY H. T. WHITE. RUTLAND, THURSDAY, HIAJL1C1I 7. 1S44, VOL,. 50. NO. lO. THE HERALD. PuMUhed OTcry Thursday JSornlnr;. TtlRMI I'ER VKAtt. Is ft tinglu,on rout. at the lubucriltr Joor 91 i75. IMieertd tn packages, or laktn at the vjjict ,1.50 y mil $1,50 ttoO months credit;'2!i cents added if not then paid Dclteered by the Village carrier, - 02,00. Motto for eterybody; ''Entotirafc Your Own." Ftvm the Dot ton Courier. The firnnitl Ithcliitig eut. "Don't (ire. Capltng, I'll enmo itawn." ' Coon to Captain Scott, Good people all, who like a song, In country, town or city, I'm sure you will not deem it wrong, To join mo in a ditty. And quick begin, ere all back out, These candidates unlucky, And leave us' nonb to sing about, But Harry of Kentucky. Chn'us, Oh Kenttfcky-tlic Statesman of Kentucky. I s'poso you've heard when Cap'n Scott Was out ono day n-hunling, A feeble coon, sure to bo shot, Came down the trco a-grunting "Now, Capting, don't' I beg you'll not So just put up that' rifle, B...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 7 March 1844

THn POLITIAI, ISSUES OP IS10 TO! UK THIGH AGAIN IN IBM. Tbe Un Bttttt rll Courier baian rtcclttot umtbsty U tbe political questions tt mue, tie principal jwwri.. of nhcb arc copy. Ane a trtwl refcrtntxte e cob! cf NO, the SitJfnnnm nrth wfcte n th Whigs ttwn, as now, prmotedlUrir priaf jptci ai bittu,eti' the '.reach rtt watch en Use death ofiht tsmrotrd Hartiton, itbaxtd tbc ebjctti trd ilmaitMl x mtby'oft f ipcctitifmi c tJejop!e the luminary procwdi THE UGBALD. THURSDAY WOK IN I KG, MA HC 1 1 7. TOWN MEETING A mtin eftbe ciMrcw of this Jon n, was holJ cn en the 2Stb of February, hnving been warned for the purpose to act upon the question of liccni was n'tatticre1l)cnr.fxiplMiofth ' Whif"J ,g ,nnkecrcts and retailers. The meeting riJtttioctIi,urJmiooJhtJifrr,c On loovl and rtniiw in mc naojuion w n r, i,,-,, inff M the lr Cabm" ofOctober 17, IB40. eJ;ff e civil authority not to approbate any per Cod tbcM prrwiitd in the wme farm, in which n , jccrlM 01 Innkeepers in the town lor l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 7 March 1844

toon recognised at Mr Gilmer and M r Upshur. Barrett acknowledged that the glotti were, his A hul further on, he saw tho mnnglcl corpse of , buntatcd lhat he had oIJ them to a stronger on Mr Gilner, .Mr.Gaitlncr wn, in fact, blowntol'l'ontonmijjoflhc rnurdor. It wns proved how pieces. He ailed mm to help threw oil bis "cr, that he left Shirty Tillage, drunk, on the coit nj he stales, and took a handspike, end with J evening of the murder, ond tnuit hnro passed Mrs. Mi J.fficnlit. removed the Iron from Mr. Oil-! Houghton's house to gain Mr. Whiting's where a t flmhtir. He hj,i.s ih.nt Mr. fiitmrr he did not arrive until tho next morning. Onecf ..,!! l 'ra'.hinT. or irnjfiin". Mr av lioi.v his eyes, also, is bunged up and his toco considcra ,r that Hood was on their foreheads. Mr. Gil- bly.Mraichcd. Ilchasbosn fully commiucd for tri mcr torn ffnud to licalhr. Mr. Upthur was dead Mr. Gilmer was Handing four feet nn the gun, with his dack turned to it, deing cn ril in conversation with ...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 7 March 1844

TO TKB i M out's Mori ison pills. 7)- Ri 1 1 f i i iirr'o Pf.nf 1 rr ' TUB OKNULNK HYGlilAN vtoSKTAMB Me J5annillgS 1 SUCnt LnCC J. IMVLRSAL MEDICINE Accurately pie- Vf rmte er ft tnrini k,ndt .1IU,,,r) fot tntny )eM, uy In. but fa-Aft-iauaciiulc irlicf 14 Influent Coor uroption, the ij,pr, Mr. Tlxm Meat, Vice Piesidenl of tbe Ilrlt niorcbui ofj-oMlr irWi; l'l(tiimn ul tLej th College of Health. Ilem lirrptl,i,Ml iImi! 1Jc 1W; Twenty jean1 uccrfit .dininUtrstlon ortlkfM Unot Vti tA Mtni litraet of piilniem i cMfbrncd meditfoei In lJipi d ilun i.J tliUUd wlihocl rwdtdiics. Incite em In ibe United State Into ftablibd rfJIftHMMwet- h been o.mlnrd by ' tato1wPMtt,WBLiK I L...... ,.v. vtlwi liara Ikrenif tioird to litallll, ll.o numerous tut Yoil.tJn Urultj of ritlfVJip, HiitfbtJ. New Ila ira sod MMtfftoKA, Conn , and lias t-bttlntd foi iixtf their fsvoiible testimony. TV Mkrwlrg I1I irow whit kind of teitimony tsijfe- x adduced in mny rair. HidJIrtown, Conn., Joti 35. 113. Dr. Ikrwn Sir...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 14 March 1844

BY II. T. WHITE. RUTLAND, THURSDAY. MARCH 14, 1S44, VOLu 50.- NO. 11. I THE HERALD. rabllihod oTory Thursday Mornine. TERMS rSR VfAR. In singly, an routs, at the sulscrtlcrs door 81.75.1 Delivered In packages, or taken at the oJfiit,9i,Wi I lly mil $1,50 I OiO months credityib cents added if not then paid Delivered by the Village carrier, $2.00. Motto for cterybody; "ElHOlirw Yonr Own" continue ; nnd yet, in spite of oil this, lie had still 'What folly I' thought ho ns ho Mood gazing his visions nnd fantnsirs sunny skies, flowry val-! on the light form of Mary, as sho tripped liko n Ipj's tho still, quid woods, enjoyed with some J wood nymph over the lawn, 'to fincy so young dear, sympathising friend, haunted his daydreams and so fairn creature would never mingle her fate and night visions. iwi'lnnmo; nothing but love, the purest and pro- j It was n bright day when hotravcllcd to Wood- foundest, could ever tempt me to marry; and then 1 lands; tho meadows were enamelled with a thou-1...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 14 March 1844

TIIBPMNCKrO.V. rirr1w thrwnt t (loom aver tW wbeU ckrsimi m.wrWfn1ltorifi illlllfrloihi were), Kjr(n7 rlic to JfKilr, for which tcvcrnlj fJJXE HERA.I1O. Um, math ba'M . lxl I pl4Ur, CiHinfllJ fteniwn-.n rne.ntX-rsr-xpnr.5ixj uinrur.nr. " . - I a f . . ..l. ? . I I - I'll .... r.11 1. I...,- m,!,..!!,., I'.-mt'. lit mavea wra .tir I'mtl 01 iNCW I or iinrouiiri.-u o 11111 nuicn tVu- ...-niv4 anJ llwn ill rl till . (lllmtf IUCS.II- the Ktlitt .. - - f il. ' r-iiiaee or twice, and then all wtl over i . ' . " ..... 1 -,.,, :.! Si.u-vmn mi blown Wlk mrc UMn 01 Mtcintt. jir aim " ,,,,, of r... mJ1. im 1 ra.e.l ll fore hrouJ (he w behind the uteecii 01 farmf datory ofihc Naturlixation ttM(disp'nsing with the present to year' notice, to at to e.Iict the Nnt. iiflix.ilinn in fire years, ns at nrm-nt, Imt with out notice) Rcferrd to the jtidieary ijommii.ee. Mr. Ilnlmri offered a rrioliition Ucciannsr th ..!...(,. and eve.! .1 i- .J . ujt . in cvl wiirn 11 hh meal i 1 . . . ., . i-.i . i.i. bk...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 14 March 1844

SOUTH CAROLINA. The Hamburg Journal a staunch Calhoun journal, after the abdication of that aspirant, pro-) claims its purpose of supporting .Mr. Clay, hi fan "Will Sovtii Carolina itrrrortT Mr. Tlav This is a question thai has been asked over an 1 over nerain, and vet no definite answer has been given. And Why? Hecnuse those in-j tcrrogated wrse afraid to commit themselves nnd were unmindful of tho dignity nnd uniulhttl ' prile of South Carolina. Wc did look with fond ' anticipation to our worthy and gallant ton, but rc-. vivi. imiu i,d oiuuuus iiiHuu mat piaiiiiy gno us to understand that South Carolina must Mand alone or support Clay tho next best choice to Calhoun. But wo ngain unequivocally say tint if Mr Van Durcn is'to be tho candidate of the Democratic party Ilrnry Clay will be supported by South Carolina. Politicians may ay whatev er they please nbout the matter, but the people will have a voice that will ring Irom the seaboard to tho mountains If wc are forced to haul down...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 14 March 1844

TO 2E3 sL3!?Z.I323.P. 7)r RfininiHr's Piilrnt Lncc TV lttrniA t IXvf ivtt tf Trtt ZiWi. X lr&U rtllrfu Inrinttnt (VmmrMi. rrMllfi Instrument ha w nmined i? X Milt. R"Jrjrr, Kfrr( and (Mfnbif New Yotl.lbefsctiltt of I'lii.Suif. llaitlutd. New JU iwj Mi4lriawn, lwn., sod ouwineu ior itlf their Ut oi !! tttiimonr. Tba fcUinr Mill 'lio kind of testimony mljbt U adduced, la mnr Mtddl1onn. Onn..June S3. If 13. Dr. lUatJrom.-!-If In H.er i yor Inquiries ie.tetilnr mi e. I will merely y. b ' "" lea lf V .lore I Ulnrd my breast '"'" May l"9. "" ' "I""'?' '' P0" wbn In the I'-II of '30. I abandoned re is, and hr don any llting tlitre. I suppos ed, from 1I I roolJ learn shout mj caw, ftffpwr.i. Ir tritlnj Mood, rooglAn; very lurd and eipcrto. Hurt. trriHl.'iil wr.Uti. Pile IV- T-rirty years' ucce.f.! administration oflta lMaUirfl iMAnt, id IW.wr. of piiluilwl celebrated wcdicine In hu rope, and more lin Ji C(1tWUJ.I.4lf iil.out medicines ! ?c feu'" ''". bh.hcd ruin; wofulr, dttiln no benef...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 21 March 1844

BY II. T. WHITE. THE HERALD. Published orry ThttrauUy Xmls?. TCftMS PCR THAR. Ufl singly, on rouli, at the sulstrilers door $1,75.1 Delivered in paclagtt,or taken at the office, 91,50 I Jly mnl .... r $1,50 On(i months credits etnls added if not then paid Delivered by the Village earner, - - 62.00. Motto for everybody; "Entournje Tour Own" VIRGINIA, The little .Hatch girl of KculucLy or rn ancis b. osoood. "Six for o ftp 1 six for n ftp t mntchcsl match cs1" Tho voice was clear nnd glad as a bird's, nnd Russell Hartley turned to sec from whence it proceeded; n little barefooted girl, about ten years old, with the sunniest, sweetest face he had ever beheld, wns tripping just, behind, nnd as he turned she held up her matches with such a win ning, .pleading, heavenly smile in her blue eyes, that ho bought nearly all she had at once. Her fair hair fell in soft light waves, rather than curls, nearly to her waist, and a hole in her little straw hat let in a sunbeam upon it that turn cd it...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 21 March 1844

hit tm ta Utrvrt rwy fftxJ and wise wuctt, n4 ta 11 fortUr otTtb prtwpeetef emancipation, u r-t.ife' tV.tft Ul rsihn of the 10 r(t Mrtl Jt no "ieiM U common with the tUfj rnf. t of iw jny Ht cuy rei tr If Mr ClM,t4iftcM',J t--n &,toJ ta tf ts1 Sutes at tb it li w pro- yti, slstery oi)W aaw ia "en nso i'nsiw ed. AW forty rft i M' ,fl tl Iitarvnf Ms own State, pieposeil pln of grade! tmterionlon. Tb rlia wt ihst lis etrsersUon tbrnlolMsrtHoljld so remslat tot that all of iLrff cMlartn torn after the passage "w OwkiM hut ibnr frwdora cn inking st I be ai of inertly-right, and ml tt Incumbent oolhsir mas tut U Jire iht m. in the mtantime.sutb Instruction as j uanU eoalifr tm for the change. Thii was the 4n of I)r. rrinVlio, which t Ms Insunc. wia Jpld in Ox Ststt of rnrrtthrinl. and retailed. a every boJy knows, !e prertbnur of slstsry In Url tll. 'Uul ar(ttl;tor has quoted ir.olhf r sentence ul irJ by Mr. CUj which I mut notice. It Is from ! reply lo Mr. Mendsnhsll when he (Mr. M)'...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 21 March 1844

Vokit of the Vtntt 'rmeirr.-Thc following" tMtniful MorvutoMby a correspondent ol the n Uorton Courier to illuarale iho power of peace principles , 1 have rcaJ of a certain regiment ordered to jjwch into a mall town (in the Tyrol I think, nnJ take it. It chanced that the place was senior by a colony who believed in the goi pel of Christ nml p oroa their faith by work. A courier from a n- ignbuting town informed tlicin that troont wef advancing to tJc the town. They quietly antwetel, "If they will lake it they must" Sol tlirrs soon came ridinf, in, with colors flying, and fifrj piping shrill defiance. They looked round f jr on enemy and saw tho firmer at his plow, the blacksmith nt his anvil, and the women at their rhurns and spinning'whcels. Babies crowded to hear the music, and boys ran out to ece tho pretty trainers, with feathers and brght buttons, the Imlrnuins of the nineteenth century. Of course none of thctcwcrc in n proper position ti be tbot nt. "Where nrc your toldir rs t ...

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