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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 21 March 1844

i'Tm ATTZilGTtt). Ulnnl's Morrison lillls. XT Uanillng&X aiCUl lnCC. utfiVKRSALMKDICINl:: Accurately pie- Vr tttrult r Rftmtt f tfttm ... Aa aaejifa'iat iflitfi lotiptect ConiusnpilPn, tbe Bftt)fiit offwWie mtim, Palr-itatkui of the Heart; Dfii,Sfl weln, IM'; Prc !it4i Uifti siv AM.soJ Diseases failutka tad c&lt4..te wftbout anedldi. TJHH la.tnHwM kn been examined by Dr. Mrtt. Rtxigtn, Francis and Orlscosnb of New York, the family of Ptttbatr, liauford, New Ila vra anl MiM!Mttn, Conn, and has obtained for ltlf their favorable tfH(iio. TL toHoiBf will what kind of leatlmooy srvtjbl be adduced fnroany rr. Hlddhtoim. Conn .fiune M. 1843. Dr. Hsrhnie--Slr In nwerio your inquiries rnf-frti,(j my caie, I merely y. thst I have U-rnttrk tlnf I strained mr bresst and lulns in I r.nllnuM , psred by Dr. II. a. Moat, of New Yotk, from U oiirmsl rfcip bsm wt many year vj mm ilMr, Mr. Thorna Moil, Vice President of the Brit ishCellegeof Uetkb. Tsvealy yetra1 successful administration of t...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 28 March 1844

wwmm in i BY II. T. WHITE. RUTLAND, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1844, VOL. 50. NO. 13. THE II Ell A LI). Published oTory Thursday Slorninc, tkrm. rtn TEAH. Left singly, on routs, at the subscribers door 8 1 i5. "J Delivered in iaclagtt,or taktn at the offitt, 9l,i0 I y mul ------ tl,60 On 0 months credit, -1U tints added if not then paid J Delivered by the Village carrier, - $2.00. Motto far tttrylody ; "Encourw Vour Own" From, tie Cincinnati! Chromctt. Here it something written on tho top of the 'tenih ware,' of whole lido of thought and mournful expe rience, excellent to our finding : THE WORLD FQU SALE. The world lor sale ! lung out ihoflgn. Call every traveller hero lo mo ; Who'll buy this brave estate of mine, And set my weary spirit frco! 'Til going I yc, I mean to fling Tho bauble from my soul away; I'll sell it, whatsoe'er it bring ; The world at auction hero today! It i a glotiou? thing to see Dir. ah ! it has cheated mo soro ! It Is not whit it nccnis to bo ! For sale ! it shall 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. — 28 March 1844

Co n 8 r r n 8 ( e it n I. Wahiotix. .Mth 12, If II. The nnml p?iifH Ml Ut thc support bf liit MilHsif AcJiy M Wot Puint tvs un rfr r ewrWentW ia tU Houm. vrKerdsy whm 1ftf my lrtief Dirmj tbldilt ihe Trier sntrrmtnt far the Hesitation of Tex lo the Uni on nt slludr4o, ml I rrfer yo-u to the sketch of th dtbsie n rrport'sl in this nornm;'i Inlelli gror, pritcUrly lo the rcmatkx of .Mr Win tbrop. it it now nigh timethat the people of ihe eour ifT ihouVl fairly unJerxtsnl the herrtofote cored OmIJT.I 0! mr AUmininruiirn, airj mr w MOUSE- lMle ' on M,d he would m.iko the ntmcxation a The Mous reicctrtl the nmenJmrnt of Mr ! purtly domcv.ic concern, holding ourselves m in (HsIocfNew Ilsmrahirc.loaboliiii thc Acaurmy t Wttt Point, on ni after the 30th June next Tn rr, i.fll 01 10 51 The House was then called upon lo rote by aytf and noes upon ihc amend rnt to sbolish the ArsJcmy io four yr.irf from the present time The ycai 73, nay 106. ,..,- Tie next nmrndmrut trai from the bill OOOaprr...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 28 March 1844

STATE OF VERMONT. A FKOCIiAJIATIOff. r TUT OOVCIIXOR. ' The lAti mgntth i let the people tremble." "The IsirJ taltth pleasure m them that fear Aim, in lhn that hpt in hit mercy." As Individuals -1 a a people It becomcth us to fear the judg menu of the IorJ fur our many sins, and for par inand blessing to put our hutt In Him 7iho is Lundant in Mere; ami GVodness and Power. I do, therefore, In cunilderation of tlie reveicncc , ie to Almighty God, and in compliance with the tStomofour Fathers, appoint FRIDAY, THE FIFTH DAY OF APRIL NEXT, lobo observed iroiighnut this Slate, n day of FASTING, HU MIM T10N, AND PRAYER; and I invite nil "ie people to a solemn observance of that day, by a staining from nil secular employments natrequlr el by necessity or mrrey by conftninn and heart f .1 repentance of ail our sins a i l by humble pray er to (Jod lu avert the judgment vhich aro deserv ed for our transgression as individuals, and far tho upprcstion, the intemperance, and the ivickednoss which...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 28 March 1844

comtivi: sxt.r.ov wooi,i: AMMOTTON Tlrilli:!iy. AS VnlrWUr 1 r apt. 10 " V Vrm)- ' t"f .'wry tlv athxrj:- Ux rrt" MSiwacumng vi-mn,, Ufrtrw, Wm , H la fir orJtr. rvmptvlns i part, i f4tki-,i I InJirta tinker. 5 1 1. ti-r. 4 (ft lixli lit Ilrtak. rrtf MKW i i iwn trad Hrktr tu iS t 0 5 nWiin. R) r-j. . i 14 iwh lit lift alrr cards. I 36 Inch 11 ha M (tanMa; 1 'h '' 3 J" '''); ? r (!)) J 3 liwb lo (dnuWr), 3 Jacks, 4M0 Hhiradh-si llik leodn; CV Jrk Si . 100 l. J lull S ! 3 HO UO iwn r Wkipand mihtc HoUint. IsrO Urn Ih.ei . t llt.ra : nMlr I)im". " uoppet ,-,5,,,., i K'i" U wr ' Cnper Oylm rtt: Vassal,. V Irun: Framra and V50 Drrtter Spm! ; fcl Csmihki 1vMtu . 8 tirwll T3, I Plain do; 3JI Ht:(MvPwHoi.)i 2..Ael Jlsrr.awa; (3 Ixmi fcuea; 7 Up irvl l).trn ig; 2 VotWre di PT4 F1U forTei!e; 10 Sheit. ing Nehlfii I u Grindrf . 2 Hiuhli.g Ma Matt i 5 HolMni do , V llydiaulir Prtoei, rfrr r1taUr ; 3 .Scrw IVurt 1000 lOf. l'ie VUWtt S jroce I'rrai J'apM. (n Mtthtntry. Ortlon Pickrr ; TO d( Hard...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 4 April 1844

liY 11. T. WHITE. KUTLAND, THURSDAY. APRIL J. 1844, VOL. 50. NO. 14. THE HERALD. XnbUhcd ovory Thursday Koralac. TtnM rrn vcak. Lift singly, rou,aiAe JiiiciJrriiiw$l,75." D'hetrtdm packages, or taken at the office ,S!,MJ ! fly "till $1,50 I 015 tnontht ercdil-2Z ctntt added if not then paid J Dtliecred by the Village carrier, - 8S.00. Mottofor ttCTvbodg; "Enrctirnw Tour Omu'' 'The Wife's Threat. "IF MY HUSBAND WERE TO DO SO." A Domestic Incident. "Poor woman? What n thousand pities it is for hor I" said Mrs Grimra, with feeling; "I wonder how she atmiih it. If ; my husband wcr lo net so it would kill me," "I would never stand i: in the world,"addcdMrs Pitts. 'It is'a dreadful situation for n womnn to be pi iced in, Mr. Lirkin used to ho one ofthe best if men. nnd took the best possible care of li is f.im. ily. For ymrs there, wns not' a hnppirr Moman in town tlinn his wife, but now it makes Ws lira rt nchn to look nt her. Oh! it must hi one ol rbo most heart rending thing in the wor...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 4 April 1844

can grrvftfaH Jtf If lltifhrt morel a resolution drehrinr iljr clear anJ toJtpvubeti:lf cfllw Ifatmi Stsus lo ihe wholeot Ortgw from 40to tT fi. ht node, nnJ thl k mr impeHeos doty to tat pMMYtran of and ortranire territorial got element, mi srcrtcd from Mr Blk of Ga. an nncnl nrawortbtr declaring that it n ttpeiknt and ttt-Uilu U Uc Vi tOrf M urnmity. That Tttat skitU It Tt-nntitH to tU Vnitti Statet, fftca et (ie anmriion tn be accomplished Ma tiir ik J legitimate prwclptcs. I le moved the ffrriitH';tfiioa Mr It. lngrrsoll moved, 'Jr' the t.U.r 1(1(1 ... Till . vriv- ""i v ..-1. " - i ,: ..,. . "Ii'r fclo whig sir the nsyf. i Ir.i,.:. w ' ----- " " ' " nit SI. ,.m.m. Yt . . a lit t , IMfc 111141 I11LSL? J imeifwrJL Mdnrr. lion in. not a. iv. j. mown. f While tie ume wme bill alio impojc bcaty pen I tAiitf. lir nnr other Tbcrjia of icwlntioona order oecopud the I . .'wnbci orethtn Hut cren this is not mo tvnn!J,ftlir Ki.ti tlritulJiran bill. It provide.' like ihe old law, that duri...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 4 April 1844

THE HERALD. TlIIIItHDAY- ItlOKttlKCi, APRIL . til' OU AHU3 AND AT THEM." In another column will bo found the spirited call of a Urge niin.bcr of Whins of this county, fjr a county convention to be holdtn in tliii place en the IChli inst. and which wo commend to the serious attention of all. In vixw of the importanco to Vermont of the success of whir principles that our triumph should be complete and to the end that in tin- coming contest, the escutcheon of Vermont's glory may be preserved, pure, and sfo'.ls-wc would respectfully suggest to our Whig friends whether, the time has not nw arrived, when slrr should bu taken, for the tlorovgh an 1 efficient organize tio'n of the Party. To the enlightened and patiiotic frcmcen of Rut TanJ county wo fccl-surc that no apptal is nccts sary to bring them thus early to tho good wort.; and whether they look upon tho guilt and ilr pur ity which marked tho previous administration of M irlin Van Duron the ruin and desolation which have followod the...

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

7)r Bit rifling's Patent Lace. TV Ittinx tt lfitt e( etit l.nji, A lnirr.dtl tt)tr t lneiHent Ontiitrtption, the llmnehitt. of pnhut speakers Plpittl-n of tbe Hrm (,prpt,J'r4-ii iTrVf, lf Pro lftfs Cirri tni Diseases ef ptiiurienl nj rMUbeifLadir I th t-j t medlrirve rI""JfI IftMiainrnt hi itren examined by Du. JL Mom, Kidgert, Francis and Gihromb of New Vmk.iSe fir-oily of IVt.Hotf?, Hsiirrd, New Ha. n tni MU-llrwe-n, Uann , and hi obtained for Ulf i!1r fonW truiewir.y. The fn!lw;ng will rimw h hit kind of testimony nttjbt irt sddsrrd locni.v cm. MlAJlrloTTti. Coan.f Jure 25. 1613. Uh lkr Jmm fit In sn er t your inquiries rritlin;t mj rar, I will merely y. lhat I fur itn tek lnrc I drained my trri and loin In Msy 1838 : from lint llm I rantlnued M grovr rirfte, Hbert In the 111 of '19, I .'indnrd boil rrt, snd lute not don any llilng fncc I stippos "K'ffwn ilf f nmlJ iMm about my rase frequent. If rifling blood, roughing very llrd and rtpertn, miISx rtnfu'flr; deriving m lnefii frf...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 11 April 1844

M1IBA3MS UX II. T. WH1TJB. RUTLAND, THURSDAY. APRIL 11, 1S44, VOL. 50. XO. 15. THE 11 Lll A LD. Published orory Thursday aHornlnp. TERMS PCR VXA. ." singly, an routs, alike subscribers door 1,75." Delivered in packages, or taken at the nr7if,H,50 I Jy mm - - - . - - 91, 50 f OjO monMt crerfi';55 ctn a-aVerr' if notthen paid Delivered by the Village carrier, - - 92.00. Motto for everybody ; "Entourage Vour Own" l'vr tbe Herald. arrjr ESlvcr.lt. rr vmjrti l, nvni. It . wild and fearful ti!gl,t, Tbe slorei Klr.j rote, and with hi) mljhl AwkVs the sleeping ueesn'a wrath, And tpresd ditmiy alonj lili path With chilling breath, and Ihiett'ning hint, lie belted the billows when he put. Loul roar'd the waves wtlh wild and n Ijiity awing Toncrcd on high the fretted Ocean Klntf ! OeheerleM was the night S the diiinil cry Of sea Li nil echoed through the stormy sky, Dsrk rolled tho clouds, along the midnight air, lllumin'J by tbe vivid lightning. flare, Whilst wjlin; thunders olo their fearful...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 11 April 1844

of rt.rn.btrt ef It 4cnvr wx party lautga . ns W of ik ff '. o pttmf Congtttt ir.' will tx trreUt rWarte lien with hvnoe-, orgmvaocet iity l-otff t .-d arycbemtr regard for vuwt jitto by wair (or frttdem tad htimtntty And I uk yoa further, Mr KJiter, to natch lle projtest of every propomion uWh msy bemaJe to pollute this Union by annexing inertia tie trrt lory &f Tcui with tu slaves aed in detestable tUrc-marktt which every Incnd of opprrated humaorlr, and of jartkr, otrtt it at a duty to bit Country r4 (0 bit God, 10 oppose rtli rtlentlcti itoKJWy wnl wbtrtyou hoi tbewlii" paity sus (aiaiarft, or nef miiu; it, I will admit that Ibey are 'hypocrite, In 1535. .Mr IUxket again reported icmhi 'ttoni, which were sic-pled, as follows: JUtolttJ, by lie Smalt and Home f Htptt ae atetret, That our Senator in Congttt be in structed trxJoor Ilrprricmaiirrt requested, to uc tbtir utmost effont to prevent the annexation of Trit to lit United Slate and to procure the ab olfikKi of slavery, a...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 11 April 1844

THE HERALD. TIIOKSDAY HORiVIIVC., A Pill J. 11. ALL HAIL I Cox.vr.cTicwTncDccMr.n! ! 'Tub Work cots nnxvcLv ox" Ii ii with sincere pleasure that wc announce to our Whig friends that Connecticut lint wiptd out tno im in inamnssn long rciuu upon her, ard is once more to be numbered with the Patriot ITATr.S. it vvnulJ appear that the recent nction of the "trie Trade Isiras" in Congress had opened her eyes to the real danger which threatens her best interests that her people may sec the rclianco to be placed upon their hypocritical professors of friendship for the tariff and that she might look upon the unmasked face of Iocofocoism with dis gust and loathing. But be this as it may Sho lias now placed her heel upon the Viper that for the fw' past ytars has nes'.lcd in her bosom' thrown off the disgraceful shackles of Van Hurcii Niles and Co., and declare herself in no n.istakn blomsnncrfor Henry Clay, and PnoTECTio.x to American Industry. '1'ho Whigs have carried both branches of the leg...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 11 April 1844

nit wist. i ns Balsam of Wild Cherry. Tb yft rnodH'luc lmwn l man (r ttHjrfr.vt CiiHttKm. m.mu of irrr (?. Mt4uf tl IXC WMi, I . 04t. aVB CmMmM, a4 if Jtactko of the l'ataf j 0i. wj t hid , tf if! ntt-ij W4w. KTAtl pBbhfcbrd AUtemroli of corf ptthnnei yj ihii mfcnriw ir, in rtfty r -, Tit UH. it raicM r4 cat the gr seine "Da Wi.tak Iht.A lui fcnrMT, aa ttwhvut article are abroad. Onhr from any pil of the wwaatrr 1miW fx? J v rd to Ixjc IJu, No. 155 Kokoe aurct. New 5? I J Avrrrt. 1ANJKI, A I) JIM.. Rutland SANDS' SARSilMRlLLi A. HOIVXV Vegetable Balsamic Elixir. fill 13 uiypMimrut'r 'be If i medicine extant L for ibe e ura of IVujbr. OW, ConMUton, Atltima, and i!dlicwo'the Lr.-ios. li i it hol ly unnctrmrj in (lie any of the IhevsonJi of tec eaxnroJt Ihii hate If on gitefi In faror of lhi tnu4 ifrtkr. A a cuaranlee to community the tuUcil. h't? hIH Jirre state tint he relit none except that V-hkli '. furnUhed by Cum A Dutrficr of St. Al bn, Vi.,nho are the Ccneral Agents. A largo Ml...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 18 April 1844

MY II. T. WH1TJB. UUTL,AN1, THURSDAY. AJPRIli 1S44, VOl 50.NO. 10. is, Tf2 1IE11ALI). XuMUhed every Thursday Morning. Ti:nw ri:n vrn. L'fl ilnty,n routs, at the subscribers door $l,7ft."l D-lwercd in packages, or taktn at the vjjile, 61,50 I 7y n7i 61,60 OiO woof A erf dit;iH ctni added if nolticn paid Delivered by the Village carrier, - $2.00. Motto for evcrvlotlj; "Eiifourajc Your Ottn" C o vvr mi outrr nrr. , that Michigan is in many respects superior to her In order to test the fincerity of Ami-Slavery I contiguous nnd rival neighbors ns cvidenro of professions so liberally made by iho Whfgs I put Mario.w, L'vi.sogTo.t, Co., Mich., ) March 0, 181 1, $ Mr. Editor: During tbu past autumn h.ivinjjrnjojed iho picas lire of spending a few weeks among tho friends of "Ling Syne' in an ndjeir.lng town In your county, I was often and much scrpr'eed at tho extremely wrroncoun ideas cntorlaincd by ni?ny of your citi zens relative to tho climate, character, and situa tion of tlio "I'oniniii...

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 1844

MHWHfltM 'XTHSf. n vrorA hsl prtWri hw4taottritm? a mariay frr; M fur bsiw)f kf w um macti abmKUd w . rrdMlfai la hare cit-fti a thought aoHh tmnt Tfc "aV, botv'i er, mil n bad txA btm taWttrn : W Mr E.tWbn l fiUVr. after r rmMrtpr v4 aiHrJ l-iin Mo hit ekatic, tiWcwl hi lib bans'! c Hal jml'ajr), cantaminf ni 1c tiM. "tHtmiL' Ut Imtett. mm a ' 11 ft. istm far hit nMr The doctor prct umrd of court. THE BU'JLE IS SOI' N DING U'A f BtJlimtrt '-If Vermont rxpcctt low'' Itw tW'Udfl riftif wnrrr, hr awl w up and dowr. Steamboat and Hail Itod fa" arf rniuut) for the occasion, and tuc.lian opportunity f far ihe Youri? Mm f tb Union to meet together we uoewn:l thst srranftmfnti ore already making i ibe other THE HE.KA.L1. l&n.M trmt lilt and no UuLf riJt oml irksf t . eannlirs of ilia Ktnle to SfCUre n full delegation. wst (hot iwtdr r irtxlVtnl. flccwmrjrtied rh shall 'Okl nmiaod' b. Uhind her icr counties fmt tmtll tVrn fr hi iaanVd .Mr E , ,u .,, t Wc trust not The man- who k313, uft...

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 1844

7' 1' 77' Itntlwd Herald: in If the wd'crnt and scandalous article of i moo! W in y'lr '3'' wecli'i paper con t , . J "ith enough to hold the falsehood togrthcr, I n .. J not conJcM' nJ 10 notice cither him or In vie billingjatc, al nil. In " frt place, I pronounce the statement of , mo-.t Whi?" that "Mr. Holcornb" (at the t me he wished to grl his seven column troth into r Votei) was "the Editor nnd Proprirtor of oice of Freedom,'' n notorious falsehood, HE snl known to bo such by Vermont Whig" p'f ni t tr ine he made it. A single glance r pap" ip to the -1th of April, shows that J M Icimb iiid D S. Murray were Publisher, nnd J H jlrnmb nnd William (5. Brown were Ed i which proves that Others had rights and inter CONNECTICUT ELECTION. ITS SULTS , ! The returns from cverv town in the State have been rr cured, and thelfoflow inj; is the result Roger S Baldwin has received 29 556 votes; Chauncey F. Clcavland 28.39G. The scattering votes ninount to 1,009, enough to prcrent a choice by ...

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 1844

4 MR. stlrr. or j:iu.j.,r,i in: u i8rWirJ ' lhfi0 c-f tlwJttJ.' J.J i.tpcrl.l I,'..! rwrii ll i 3 J m l ml r !J , tlrfft-i ! l&Uj Jit 1st . ii tail I P .. .' U?'. , rams. j,i1j-m.- .wiii l I Mvii ' f J9r Banninefs Patent r Jltrnta r Rupture frnn A Moat? it j son TitMn lftjrln$ the buinr of e tntereUM in MkJ fil!t, f Miitfurjtr t'fJ'Jd"'",r 'belf IMerettt, by .Unit the tvm of 2KWi. nd tint h . t o much of Me vt nisie of rd dec f ite th.l urn In limia nf nMuuial nltitf. VnOld i t Ut ne- fHltlioll riw.. iMfifMci). and ryIp(T ',J r-o-itt to trtm iUtm Iirrtwc r.t meieoi, w i Lrri"rftdfrf In ll.lt .Stale It into-cltc nl Rr tfliri iMi-ilnjHlcMo In witting) Aim repre- iiwjf wrir! wncinc m nn v..j t3f lot Sn, 10, CJ dltitiou, Menuon, lo Jpni ii... .ij ti t. n.fi. 11 JO Veiftof lol .Vj. SI H tUhw, MmJnn tid 10 trr In Ctiill(r.iUn l.i W'm CUtV. M Atrt lot No, II. 3) dit islnn, Mcridon to J. A G.een. iO ftci)(!ot Xo. 11, 3.1 divUwi, Mervlon, tti lo tif of 1ci?m, St, Zi Ji'Ulon, UenJon, to t...

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 1844

- w BY CEO. S3. BEAM AN. RUTLAND, THURSDAY, APKIfj 25, IS 14, VOL. 50. NO. 17. THE HERALD Published ovory Thursday IUXornlnf;. TrnM. rr veak. l.r(t singly, on routs, at the subscriber tloar Sl,75."1 P r'r I in jiarlagct, or taken at the j&fite,$l,&0 I I' ' "'l $1,50 f Oil lanthtertditylh cintt added f not then ad tl-tin-rtd by the Village carrier, - - tfiJ.OO. ,W o for errrvWy ; "f.ncoiirn;r Vonr Own" Time i.s not Yearn. I saw n castlo grim and prey, Standing nlonc on the rocky way, And crumbling slowly to decay, Its mouldering stone appears ; And a sparkling rill danccul on nearby Blithely os it had done for aye, And it seemed to mo as it 'gushed' to cry, 'Oh, time is not of years.' I saw the pomp of tho lordly great, Passing away from its ancient state, Oblivion over their name and futo Her sepulchre appears ; At. 1 I hen id a voice frrtn the micrhty prist Ciiling tht! names which forever lust, And shouting as loud us tho winter blast, 'Oh, time is not of years.' I saw a g...

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 1844

preparing nor nv.Ds Tke Wmwn Farmer and Us'd'rirr gim the MWninp JifteiKwii far the pHpteUon and man tgvmti r-lH 1 4r)(j Mj w bjch ,he 4il,,ljl)fl nflvpSpr rs la Tie istaatjon should on the rW.hr rn side of Ufr,t In rniTK and circulate rxnlixl"! and ma t lHtd fnceor Ixiildinr. Take oot the rtirth lir-nanl rahimnirs apainrt .Mr.Chv. Htl we had : lhedrth of a foot, wider than the frame, arJ not then. hat Has tome into our poisrnion inCf, M w tUy, where water it liVtly w ann, cut air.TictNcrth.it Abolition leaden have uccome draw Irtun rt. herw man ty nil an annhary of Van Hurmitm, but w hile nl.lTlOMS IS AHANIH)NlNCiTliniU on- tft,ir orators wr nt o far ns to ray tlmt Mr ANTI-SLAVERY (JIIOVNI) AND 00- C lay ntitr spoke or wrol" one word in favor of i ING FOIl VAN III REN " protective system. All Uifso inckj however We allude Lnr flr ih mhrr daf.lo the alacrily i ""'J "ft tare thttn, ".;0NSIF,LU TONSON", COML AOALV" As the lime approaches when the peoplo begin i rt. Then with tiro load...

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 1844

J or .he lltra'd. v ; - I .iv K.-enily been informed that ' An Ab t , ,uM ' and "Vermont whig" nrc net the same. j; from the similarity of Kylo llic con r so, in V c t r-d vulgar r,pitlnls--tlie rotation of gram jnv ! rule of which they ac 10 fond of accusing ) M,th-conclusion ii almost irrrjittable that the nr.c r of both ti the wine although ho nay m I his ininijripu to the printer in different hand i,' nt I had prepared a reply in tho introduc tion of "Vermont Whig of list wtek expotinp many of its gross falsehoods but it was presented tjo I tte for insertion in the present number. Attention to matters that could not bo delayed, l.is prrwnud a reply to the recent articles of Vermont Whig" in your paper, whereupon he rt-r-r to gather a wonderful degree of courage, which increase! from time to time, as he remains ii.,nolic till at last he audaciously boasts that I have 'begun to discover" that my former remarks were "untrue." If oilier engagements do mt prevent. I intend to give yo...

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