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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 12 August 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, AUGUST 12, 1817. Vrrt,.r..H.er, TIiurs1uy, August IS ELECTION SEPT. 7. JDKMOCKATIC WI1IO TICKET. TOR GOVEUNOIt, HORACE EATON. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, LEONARD SARGEANT. FOR TREASURER, GEORGE HOWES. FOR SENATORS. Bennington Co. Hlackmak I'.. II row kill, HeMAK MoBSt. Wlmthnnt Co. ll'insoi' Co. .tilillion Co. Orange Co. -Jolts Kimua t l, Tetcr W, Peak, L.RKIIS (j. Meaui -AnTEMAI CvSHMAl, Hartet IIarto.Ii It 0 BERT B. ClUM, Dearour? It. llivroiv. -William Null, Ira Stwart. -nsoROE tV. Prichardi IIARLEI II. ClIAtlt.riEII, Lorenzo 1). IIerrilk. -J. Hamilton, Alexander 1 i-tinusort. Chlllcmleit Co.- WatttlllKtOH CO. I'BAKRLl.t A. Wrioht, Horace Holder. Calcitonin Co. Franklin Co. James 1). Hell, IlOBERT WlllTELAW. fiEORaE W Foster, Kurui Hamiltoi, I.VCICS It. IlEAMAI. -Eliiiii White. -DaYID IltBRARD, Jr. Orlennt Co. Hucr Co. THE ALLEGED VOTE OF CEN SURE. t'ndrr tliis head llio Inst Vermont Patriot gives a column of the silliest and weakest stuff that we r...

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. — 12 August 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, AUGUST 12, 18-17. Ijc Mexican lUar. Tho I'alria publishes n letter from its Iltivnn. na correspondent, which profcsfcs to communl cnto strnngo liilintrs. Tho writer soya th.it a respcctnhlo individual left Havntin.i a few days ngo Tor Vera Cruz, on board Iho scliooncr Her mosa Habanera; that Ins mission is of the high' est importance, nnd that if ho arrive in time, he will bo onablcil to save the Mexican nation. Tho objfxt of this 'emissary, according to the correspondent of In I'atria, Is to make known to Simla Anna that tho three millions of dollars placed by Congress at tho disposal of tho Presi dent, aro now ready to ho employed as a means of securing peace Ho remarks that General Campbell, tho United States Consul at Havana, received, by tho last British steamer, voluminous nnd heavy despatches, and that although ho ftuo wrunrj cannot positively stato their contents, it is ncnorally believed that thuv relate to tho replication of the $3,000...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 12 August 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, AUGUST 12, 1847. Agricultural. BUDDING. Tnc Sf.ason. August is the Season for budding fruit trees. With cherries ancl plums, and sometimes with apples nnl pears, ono may begin in July, atid ptfaches do well in September. Tlio criterion in regard to the timo is, that tlio bud to be inserted is well formed rind that tho bark peals freely on both the scion from which the bud is taken, ami the stock into which it in inserted. Thk Stock. Cut twigs, as for Graft ing, from bearing trees, tho growth of tlio present season, aim wim uuus wen formed at tlio bottom of tho leaf-stalk. "Cut oil the leaves immediately, leaving the leaf stnl us to handle the buds by. Choose twigs of vigorous growth, from tho end of bearing limbs. Thk Process. Select a smooth place in tho slock (in small stocks quite near the ground,) nnd mako a perpendicular slit quite through the bark, an inch long. At the upper end of the slit, make a cut across it, extending say an eighth of...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 19 August 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIElt, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 40. WHOLE NO. 2131. ittfttdjmmt & 01ntc 2ountnl. I'unt.tsnuD every Thursday morning. TERMS 9100 cmli In mlvnncoi $2 00 IT payment li not made in advnnco i interest always charged fiom the end or tliojear. ORATUlTOUS AIIVERTISINO. The uniAuignrd Itndrnfr tlint the public am making unrea sonable domand. upon their columns by tho way of gratuitous advcrtlsementi, feel compelled to enter into tho following a greemenl 1 1st. Tor all notice, whatever, usually published gratuitously, wo will chargo nno-lialf tho u.ual prico of advertisements. 2d. For obituary notices, exceeding tho slmplo announco. lucnt of tho death, wo will choree the snmo price. u. r. Walton & pons, Pablitnertof the Watchman and Journal. joscru Poland, Publither of tht Freeman, EAHTMAN & DANPOItTII, PublMtrt of the Patriot. Montpeller, Dec. 1810. Ipoctft). Irom tho Horn of the Prairie THE REAPERS. 11Y WM H. T1US11NELL. Urothar,...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 19 August 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, AUGUST 19, 1847. lUatcljmim & fftatc3mtnml, Moiil!lle Tliursauy, August 10. ELECTION SEPT. 7. nEMOCHATIC W1UO TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, HORACE EATON. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, LEONARD SARGEANT. FOR TREASURER, GEORGE HOWES. FOR SENATORS ton Co -llLACKMAtl 1. UltOWtLL, IltMAN MoMKt -John Kimball, l'ETCR V. Ill A!t, LnKtM L Mkadi -Artehai Cuihmas, llARTBT I1RT0N, Hohkrt II. Ciuu, Dearborn II. Hilton, -Gro. T. Hooats, Jon Tnx, lltiinr SrAstrT. - WlI.Lt am Naii, w SrwAnr. -GCOROE V 1R1CIIARD 'JMAKLF.I H. ('HA1LDER, Lorenzo D. Hr.tinttK. J. Hamilton, ALtXAUDtR FCRGUON. FftATtKMr A WltlQIITf Ilatucr llotDcrr WhitUmm Co. lttdov Co. - Jttttlamt Co. Mihlhon Co. Ora use Co iniUcnden Co ittiitiXtan Co Caledonia Co," Jamei D. It fix, IloernT Whitelaw. JTfatit:lttt f0t (IfRci- IV. ToiTtn, lti'FUt Hamilton, Luc U. Deamah. Otlfftm Co l!tcx Co -IIliuu WlUTt. - 1) itid lltnnARn, in. LAMOILLE COUNTY. On Thursday, tlio 2Ct!i instant, at ten o'clock, A. M. "t tho Court I...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 19 August 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOU4JAUGTJST 11), 18-17. nrnmont immciliatolv nflcr ttio bntllo of Cerro I Gonlo, vo should finvo liutl ponce bofbro tills poriod." Tlio question Is, why wtis lliin impor tant nronosition delayed ? Tlio Union "asserts. confulinthj, that it teas not the fault of Mr. Trist." But it is ns confidently asserted, if not ns clearly, that it teas tlio fault of General Scolt. Now wo as confidently nsserl that this Inttcr assertion is entirely unfounded. Tho bnltlo of Cerro Gordo wits foiighl on (ho Eighteenth of Jlprit. Jlr. Trial was not at Jalapn, or with General Scott, until about llio lylcenlii of May. mciics patch" itself is dated at Wnsliinnton, the Fih Icenth ofJlpril, and it could not linvo hcen trans mitted to Siintn Anna until until at Uast thirty days after the battle of Cerro (fordo. Albany Journal. THE ADMINISTRATION AND GEN. SCOTT. Tho Washington Union of tlio 2d contained tho following: Wo hnvo seen a loiter from Vera Cruz, dated on tho ICtli of Ju...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 19 August 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STaTE JOURNAL, AUGUST 19, 1817. acjricultucal. APPLES FOR FARM STOCK. Tho taws of strict economy require that every edible and nutritive substance produced on tho lnnds of tho farmer, be rigidly economized, and appropriated to some profitable use. For several years back, we have boon in the habit of feed ing apples to various kinds of farm stock hogs, cows, horses nd sheep and tho result of our experience is a firm conviction that few of oiir farm products arc more truly and intrinsically valuable or butter adapted to promote tho health, and ensuro the thrift of farm stock, gin crally, than apples, whether sweet or sour. It was not, however, without some misgivings that wc commenced feeding them to our cows, as wo had previously imbibed n very strong prejudice against feeding ihcse useful animals on uny thing except hay and grain ; but this fal lacy was soon eradicated by experience, although wo were repeatedly assured by several of our wise neighbors, that su...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 26 August 1847

BY 13. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 41. WHOLE NO. 2132. lUatcljman & State 3touvnal. l'Uiii.isiinn uvr.nv Thursday mokninh. TERMS Si SO cnlh In ndvnneol S2 00 If nnvinonl l not mndo In advance Interest always chargcil fioni llio end or iiid juurt GRATUITOUS AllVr.ItTISINO, Thf iindxriiinnl Undine that the public nrn moiling iinrca imnahla dcmaml. upon thrlr iolumn by the way of gratuitous dvcttUrmcnU, feel compelled to enter Into the following -greement I 1st. For cltnotlee lrknttttr, u.ually puMi.hotl gratuitously, ' "III ' hsrgfl onr-half llio u'lnl price of ailierllsrmrnts. 2d 1 or nhituaty notlrrs, exceeding tho slmplo announce ment of the death, wo will chnrgn the . 'mo price I!. I. WALTON 4c CONS, rubUlhtrn of thf IVatchinnn and Journal, JOSI'.l'll 1'Ol.AKll, rublithtr nt' iht Freeman. UAST.MAN & nANTOIlTII, rublUhert of l ralrhl, Mohtpollor, Dec. 1810. IPoctvj). Trom tlio National Era. THE SONG OF TOIL. II V AUGUSTUS DUOAN...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 26 August 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, AUGUST 20, 1817. iUatdjmmi State 3ouvunl. II - . - .- ELECTION SEPT. 7. PEMOC1CATIC AVIUO TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, HORACE EATON. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, LEONARD SARGEANT. I'OR TREASURER, GEORGE HOWES. FOR SENATORS. tlnmtttgloit Co. 1ILACHM1 1 UllV.1tLt, Hemai Monar. Win tl ha nt Co. -Iohi Kimball, I'itlh W. Dias, li.HKI" (I. MtAD. If ';!. Co. AmtMia Cu.iimak, llAnvir 11moh, Hon eiit II. Ciiam, Ilt(Hnnn- II. diiro.t. ttuilaml Co. to T. Hooota, IUhivt Bmtlt. Co )V""' Orange Co "g'S Loncito 1'. iitmii.K. -J. IIMII.T01. ArriiSUCH F EH GO a. CaU.to,a Co. fa? FriinUlIn Co. fir.onaK W. rosim, Uurua Hahiltoi, J.t'CIL'A R llEAMAir. Oilrnm Co. I'.liiiia Whiti. Jitter Co. I)atii 1 1 i n h Ann, Jr.. Chttltnilni Co.- MONTPELIER. Tho Vhig3 of ibis town nro requested to meet at llie ci ntro of ilie town, on Friday, the 3d ofSepii, nt 3 o'clock p. in., to prepare for iho cominj. lection. Uv order of Town Cummitteo. Aug. 21, 1817." MIDDLESEX. Tho Whigs of Middlesex, n...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 26 August 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, AUGUST 20, 1817. RAILROADS. Vermont Central. i will lie soon liy tlio ml Ycrtiaonicrit of iho treasurer, thnt ti dividend of interest is soon to lie pnld to nil nlocklioldcrs wlio lirrvo ptiitl tlio nsscssnmnts cnlled, or who shnH tirinp up nrroars on the 31st Inst. To ct Iho Interest, you must apply in person nt tlio treasurer's office, er. flivo authority in writlnjf. lo somo person to draw Tor yon. TIkj latter can ho demo throiiRh tlio Hank of Montpelicr. tiiqiiir ics have hcen matio as to tlio forfeiture of iinpild mock; we therefore Toply, that by voto of the hoard all stock on which nothing is paid j3 for foiled, unless payment shall be made or secured hcroro tholOth of Sept. Of course, if this con dition is not complied with, the lorfcrtnre is com plete, without further action 'by iho 'hoard. The nmotinl is not very largo, and 'for tlio credit and profit of Iho subscribers wo liopo it will bo re duced by the 10th proximo. Wo would also re...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 26 August 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STtATE JOURNAL, AUGUST 2C, 1847. CJVgviculluvrtl. DEEP PLOUGHING. Wo must not bo accused of nn tit tempt to pun when' wo say that careful, thorough, and deep cultivation, is at the ronl of "nil good agriculture i however skillfully and philosophically wo may carry on our saving and application of manures ; however well wo rnny select our seed, and choose our seed time, without deep tillage wc can by no means receive the- maximum result. Drained land, deeply stirred and thoroughly pul verized, becomes a kind of regulator of tho weather for itself i it is not soon soaked in wet, and it forms a store-house of moisture in dry weather. It is a bad conductor of heat, and is therefore not easily oveiiieated ; but on tho other hand it is not soon cooled, and so keeps up n,n equal temperature by night and itni- iii fOninl niwl in still-shine- -in the highest degree favorable to the l,r,.,l(K., ,ln1rnimnnt tif tlill)tS. On farms in the Lothians ol Scotland, M-lini-p iln...

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. — 2 September 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, ,1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 41. WHOLE NO. 2133. lUatcljmmi & 0tntc journal. rUUI.ISIIED EVF.nY THURSDAY MORNINO. TERMS $150 cnh In ndvsncoj $9 00 If payment It not made in advance; interest always charged from the end of lliojear. ORATMTOUS ADVERTISING. The undnrlsned finding that the publlo are making unrea aonabto demands upon tiieir column by the way of gratuitous adrcrtiiemonta, feel compelled to enter Into the following a- tli'l-llivni t lit. Tor all noticea whatever, usually published gratuitously, i U t uiiu-iiau wio uum price 01 auvcuisemrnis. 2d. Tor obituary notices, exceeding tho simple announce' ment cf the death, wo will chargo the inmo price E. P. WALTON it BONS, Puhlithers of the Watchman and Journal, josiirn Poland, Publisher of (As Freeman, EASTMAN &. DANFORTII, Publisher! of tht Patriot, Montpeller, Dec. 1840. poetry CLEON AND I. BY CHARLES MACK AY, ESQ. CJcon hath a million acrei , Ne'er ono hnvo I: C...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 2 September 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, SEPTEMBER 2, 1847. iUatcljmort & tatc Journal. K. l WALTON, SR., EDITOU. .lloiititclicr, TlltU'sitny, Sept 2. ELECTION SEPT. 7. EMOCKATIOWlG TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, HORACE EATON. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, LEONARD SARGEANT. FOR TREASURER, GEORGE HOWES. FOR SENATORS. Ifettnlitffton Co Placeman E. Browucix, 1 1 cm !t Morse. Wiiitlhttm Co. Jon Kimuall, Pet eh V. Dean, IV ht tli or Co JjtRKtN i. ill E AD. -AniEMAI CtJtllMArT, lUnvcr Hartom, Robert H. Cram, DcARRnn.f II. Hilton. -Geo. T. llonaki, John For, Urnrt Staklfy. - William Nash. Ira Htwaht. Itttttand Co,- rMIoit Co. Orange Co. Gcorce rmcrunn, a rlei II. Chanlder, Lorenzo I. Hkrilux. Cftittniifru Co J. Hamilton, Alexander rsRccioN. lahhffton Co. Franklin A Wright, Horace IIolden. Caledonia Co. Jamii D. Hell, Hubert Whitelaw. I'rattUtin Co fitoRai: IV, Foster, Rvrvi Hamilton, Luciui R. Heaman, Or tea ii Co. Lluha White. T.a.ttnfttr Co (JroRcr W. Hailit. li$SCX CO -IlATID IllBFARD, Jr. MORETOWN. Tli...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 2 September 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, SEPTEMBER 2, 1847. JTorciqn Nciws Hy Magnetic Telegraph. TEN DAYS LATER FROM EU ROPE. Nov York, Aug. 21), ) 7 o'cliick, I M. Tlio Steamer Gumlalqtilver arrived this loro noon from Liverpool, having left on ilio litli Inst. Tliero won n groat panic in tlio money market, and many largo failures lint taken place, mostly among tno Corn dealers. TIjo nggrogate amount of indebtedness was estimated nt one million threo linndred thoujand pounds sterling. Trade in the manufacturing district!) was dull. Tlio weather continued fine, and the crops were good. Cotton was dull perhaps l-8d lower. Tho trade in bread studs was unsettled by tho crisis. The ruceipts were enormous - quotations tending downwards. Flour in Liverpool was 25s to 2(sj in London, 27s to 28s ; Corn, 2d to 30s very dull ; Corn iMeal, 14s; Wheat, CCs loG8s. The accounts of tho crops on tho continent were fa vorable, and tho markets for bread stufl's wero duU. Tliero was no miscellaneous new...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 2 September 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, SEPTEMBER 2, 1847. agricultural, To Drain Ponds that havo no nat ural Outlet. Ponds two often drained by digging nils in tlicir mnrgin deep enough to go I. it. . e tt. tlirotlgll wo siraium oi ciay uiiu ui" water cannot penetrate. Tho Hcv. Mr. Elliot, of Connecticut, who wrote a cen tury nco on the subicct, and gave many useful directions on farming in general, gavo many instances in which ponds wcro completely drained into the sandy stratum below the stratum of clay no other outlet being necessary to convey oil the surplus water. The American Agriculturist for July has the following remarks on tho same subicct : " In many parts of the country there exist deep depressions or hollows in tho surface of the earth, commonly known under tho name of sink-holes, frog ponds, &c, which are filled a great part of the year with stagnant water, rife with pestilence and disease, and contain inating the air during the summer months for miles around. llics...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 9 September 1847

mm 11 urn i,f. ,t nu1 BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEIl, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 9, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 43. WHOLE No. 2134. tUatc Ijman & State journal. rUIIMSIini) EVERY THURSDAY MOIINING. TEUMS SI 50 Mill In ailvnneol Q0) If nnvmrnl I. not inftdo In advaneo) Intercit alvrayi charged from tlie end of HRATU1TOUS AltVEItTISINO. Tlie lindnrnlsnod llndinf llmt the nublientn maklne unrel' unnlilo rimand upon tlirlr column! Iijr tho war of cralulloui' niircruinnenti,icol compelled lo enter into the following a grcemcnl t lit. For aUnotitei whaterrr. itvunlly pnli Untied grnluitouilv! we ulll clinrEO one-half tho uilrtl price of ndtertHemonta. Sd. For obituary notice., exceeding tho almplo nnnounce mcnt of the dealli, wo will charco tho anino prices E. P. WALTON St SONS, Publisher of the iVatehmen and Journal. J03KNI POLAND, Publisher ofth Freeman, EASTMAN U DAN FORTH, Publishers 0 the Patriot. Monlpeller, Dec. 1810. Tlio Odd Follow glvss t)io poetic novelty annexed, challenging th...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 9 September 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, SEPTEMBER 9, 1847. iUatcljnwn & State Journal. XI, X. flMLTOJfi Jn., kditoki. lUoiiti.ellcr, Thursday, Sept O. THE ELECTION. The election lias passed with unusual cool ness so far as Stato Officers wero concerned but in many town3 tho contest for representative has been quite smart, serving to oiing out about the usual number of voters. Judging from the results In this vicinity, we think 'it safe to say that there has been no election of slate officers by the people, and that tho Legislature will be Whig, according to the old fashion in Vermont. MONTPELIER. Dr. Clark is ro cleclcd by around dozen more votes than last year; nnd wo tiro sorry to say that his increase Is duo to a mistaken viow of duty, as it nppearBto us, cm the part of a Tow Whigs, who voted for him. It is worthy of re. mark that they appeared to act from antagonistic motives a part voting for tho Doctor on tho ground that he would support tho license law and a part on tho gro...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 9 September 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN "c STATE JOURNAL, SEPTEMBER 9, 1847. Chills ami Fevor. wiumiT'.q Indian vnncTAtiLr. wlt.r nrnnnr,c ine tiest. mint the very mm mcutcine in thu world, fur the can of f nterrnlttnnl Fever, liccamo tliojr excnl nil others In ridding the bo Iv of those morbid humors which nre thon&U'O not only of nil klrdi of fuvs, but of every rnolndy Incl denttomon. Four or five of said Indian WgelaMe fills, taken every night on going to Led, will In a slmrl lime, make perfect cuio of the moil obstinate case of chilli and fovci J at the t me llmo tho digestive organs will he leslorcd to n iicaiuij tuiiOf nnu inn oicou so completely purmed thai lover ml ftfflie. Of (tlteniH In nnv farm, will 1. nholnttilu Imi.niiL ble. ' ' ' ' Dewnre of counterfeits of nil kind 1 tome are conlod with sugar t others ni made to resemble In outwiifd"atiearante the original medicine The safest course U tn purcliiao of mu irzuiai o sen ii on v.n in tn unom mil? ne iiimiii n evert viltnce and town In the...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 9 September 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, SEPTEMBER 9, 1847. Agricultural. For ilm Watcliman 4c Blalo Joi.tii.il. WHEAT. . Thinking tlint I can sny something on the Fubjont of rnising wlicat, tliat mny be as useful ns the mucli Unit is said on tlio subject of war and politics, or as the the still more useless fictitious stories with which our periodicals are general ly filled, I will state to you tlio progress of some experiments I hnvc made with the Black Sea kind, so called, by some ; at any rate, it is a hardy kind of grain, well calculated for low, swampy, or marshy soils, as well as up lands. 1 hope thereby to bo the humble instrument of inducing ninny who havo become dis couingcd in the cultivation of wheat, to try their success with thai kind, espe cially on tlio streams, and meadow lands, and of inducing those who are more able and experienced than myself, to carry on and publish their experi ments, to n greater degree of perfection than I can. For eight years wo have been tryin...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 16 September 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1G, 1817. VOL. XLIy NO. 44; WHOLE NO. 2135. lUatcljman & State 2ountnl. published nvr.nv Thursday MonNiNti. TERMS SI 35 cash In advance) 9300 If payment ll not made in advnncoj Interest always charged fioni the end of tho year. UUATU1TOU8 ADVERTISING. The undersigned llnding that tho public am ranking unrea sonable demands upon their columns liy tho way of gratuitous advertisements, feci compelled to enter Into tho following A irrfifimcnt t lit. For Mnollees trimmer, usually published gratuitously, we will charge ono-nall llie umai prico 01 acncmscmrms. 2d Tor obltunty notices, exceeding tho simple announce' mont of the death, wo will charge tho annio prlco. e. r. wai.ton & sons, Publisher of the M'areArnan and Journal, JOSEPH rOI.ANI), PuHMtrof Freeman, EASTMAN te. DANrORTH, I'uHlihert of the Patriot. Montpcllet, Dec. 1810. $octm For tli e Watchman and Journnl. The Sun-flower unci Violet. nr Mb run v. vr, faiuons. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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