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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 5 October 1853
Vol, XVII, BR ATTLEB.ORQ, Vt, WEDNESPjft. OCTOBER 5, 1853. No, 52. . r jTUE JQJJB'M O C U A T IBjfru'III.ISIIKD Bvfcftt WEDNESDAY MlHl.TIftO, DT 3SX0' v" NICHOLS. UmcSlNo. D Granito How, bDposito the Stngfl Home. Terms- or tlio New'-VblUmc, 18523? B.centsiw lUitifegjliii actiuctatliWlioii tii Clubs of not less than (lw, paid fit once In ndvance. SI ,25. Slnile Ws lv mall Sltfl. in to hTSii lind ' . vnnce or tatttfoctorv reference civen i Village subscribers wlio havo their paper; left at their doors forty dollara a year, he might go where lie pleased. $2,01) per annum, payable at the end of the year. 1 fa fa "i" ' mi' ... i- i I The offer was gladly accepted, and in 1805 lie moved THE LOST HUSBAND to I'hilndelpliia, with liis mother and family. He sawed i wood for a living, and soon established such a charac . Wno ha, taken away my husband and put that ,er for illuU5l am, ,,, )at , , , . In nil m Iiie illfin 3 'Ili.il ruin r. t-.nl M I. .1.-.. .1 rT . . ."' " i 1 "uk l"o face Is not...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 5 October 1853
Km. Passat ktnawatavst t M Tho Koszta Caso". Thiroutrago committed in tho port or Smyrna, of Vthieh Martin-Coszta was tho subject, is likely to fica) some excitement in tho world. Austria has srnjt'fi protest against ilic conduct of tlio American cMmmander, to all the goxcrnmcnts of Europe as well as.OUT own. It is sttid that Russia and Prussia have signified to tho government at Washington that ihcy Bids with Austria. Tho latter power, by way or ex pressing its appioval of the conduct of tho officer who perpetrated tho outrage, has promoted him to the higher honots, and has, or will demand satisfaction of tho United States, for what it claims to ho an in sult to its flag. The circumstances of the caso are doubtless fresh in tho recollection of tho American people. Koszta was one of the Hungarians who fled from their native land at tho close of the revolu tionary struggle, of Which Kossuth was at ttld head. Ho came 10 this country, and took tho preliminary steps required by our Cons...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 5 October 1853
Walton's Drill)' Journal Yill be published, as usual, during tlio session of tlio Lc fjlsialujc. Tlio session promises to be unusunlly long nnd unusually exciting. Subscribers nro requested to order early. CP Terms one dollar In advance. 2wGl A froo colored man named Ilensley, with four of 1 1 is children, was kidnapped at Sardinia, Drown Co., Ohio, a few nights sinco, taken across tlio Ohio river to Maysvillc, and there lodged in a privato jail. Tlio neighbors hearing of tlio outrage started in pursuit, Yind finally succeeded in rescuing tlio family from their piratical captors. The amount in tlio National Treasury on tlio 23d tilt. Bubjcct to draft,-was over $127,500,000. Female Co luxe. Miss Mary S. Lcgarc, sister of tlio lato Hugh S. Logaro of South Carolina, has given $1,000 to the lies Moines College in Iowa, and $3,000 for a Fe male Collcgo In tlio sarao place. Tlio latter will open In November next, with Miss Ih as Its Principal, and Profes sor of LttcfatUro and tho Modern L...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 5 October 1853
For tin Windham County Democrat. Tho Last of Iris Eacc BT W. It. t'ETTES. Ho's the list of liis race, the "red warrior" is dead; In the gloom of tho forest they've pillowed his head; 'Neath tho stars which shone still on that sail, fatal night, The "white man" had sworn to avenge his delight. The trumpet's loud shrill had ceased In its sound The watch-word went low thro tho camp on the ground, While tho sparkling rod flag which had rolled on that day Lay bcsldo tho white tent, near the ambush away. But harkl through the forest the calm stillness is moved, His life-Wood is strewn o'er tho ground where ho stood ; He hath fall'n let him lie, witli his ploier and bow, On tho scene of his battle by tho hand of his foe. Tho fire for his council no more shall it blaze, Or curl In the wind 'neath tho sun's scorching rays', The baric which he moored to tho wild waters' roar, Shall rest on tho bank of his own native shore. Near the stream where it dashed as it rolled on its Way And mingled it...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 12 October 1853
Vol, XVIII, BRATTLEBORp, Vt, WEDNESDAY,' OCTOBER 12, 1853, No, I, i'or Me Democrat. HE SMIL13 UPON Tim niQUTi Oil, thou who dostllfu's journey run, In country or in town ; Let truth thy inwnnl motto be. '," 'And honfcsty thy crowur ' ''fj In'busy trin'rt or closet lone: ' - V''.'",'','TLi iain,irayct or.mtraue.fr justicoTio'cr Let hope, thought, ndoration join. ii mi universal iotc, Anil faith's uueniug compass point To endless joys abovo And all our powcrsfbc ranged beneath To win tho Immortal prize; Then heaven shall not be far away, Hut in our hearts arise. Then He, who set those worlds on higti That deck tho brow of night, Will hold you in his own right hand And Smilo tlpbrt tho right; ft A. a. Adventure of a Quaker Vessel. TIlO nriliofnlo Unhold hv llm Sncinlv nf hat armed violence should on no account ho employed s usually regarded as totally unfit to bo acted upon 11 liracticil alfurs. Yet it is a doctrine to which wc ilavo a. warm side, and wo thereforo havn brn mn.l, please...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 12 October 1853
V N"' and alltliat is wanted Is to let ono another know liow you fool, and ynu will bo surprised to find bo rriany olhersfC,ady to follow thoso deeply Impressed convic tions. Do not bo afralu. Let every truo man in the State know every other tmo man. Yon may bo Old Hunkers. They aro not the worst creatures In tho World, becauso thero are a ureal many old Hunkers who have humanity in their hearts, but tho dilliculty is that they have so long been in the halut of neglect- ing thcit humanity that they liavo almost forgotten that they had any. Now let this manhood come up, let it liavo vent. You liavo voted all your lives with party, hut do ynu know how many times you have voted against conviction t Mako up your minds to follow your convictions lo tho ballot-boxes, and when you have mado up your mind, tell your neighbor, and you will lie surprised to find that ho is ready to do tlio eaino thing.. You want somo sort of system in llils State by which ihoso determined lo stand right ond ac...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 12 October 1853
list or ritEiHiinus Awarded at tho Fair of tho Wilmington Agri cultural Society, Oct. 4, 1853. ON HORSIS. MflnOAJJ BTALUflX. 1W0 TCA1U OLD. 1st, to L. Sumner, (lleatli.)lst, 11 F. Haskell; MATCHED HOUSES. 2.1, ltucl Smitli; 1st, 1'. Gorham. wOnic ltonsKS. 1st, Itornco Fox; 2d, 0. N. Morgan. TbVn YEAR. OI.U COLTS 1st, 0. Ware; 1!J, N. Kingsbury; F..1, A. N. Jcnks; ltli, llucl Smith. TIIUEE YKAtt OLD?. 1st, E. lturt; 1M, II. C. Corse; d, M. N. Rice; Itli, James Lyman. wonKisn oxu.v. 1st, J. C. Wilson i Ocorgo Foxj (Jd, D. J. Falmctcr. Oil, 0. Dcnnison; 4th, VT. Winchester. TEAMANf! COLTS. 1st, M. 11. Crosby; 2.1, 0. Dcnnison; 3d, K. Crosby. vouxn COLTS. 1st, H. Hurt; 2d, D. Hill. nnoon MAKES. 1st, Lucius 1'ox; 21, C. Dcnnison; . 3d, C. T. Alvnrd. TWO TEAM OLD ltr.lrF.RS. 1st, It. Hastings; 2d, Mrs. Blodgett; 3d, H. I,. Tanner; ltli, 1". Barnard. YIHllMNO HE1FKKS. 1st, A. Parmoloo; 2d, .1. Farnielce; 3.1, UuclSinitli; lib, I. Lawton. IlKtlK.H CALVES. 1st, Unci Smith; 2.1, C. A. Smith; ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 12 October 1853
frUtcu fdfltho Windham Ceiinty Democrat. tun slave mother. "0, leave this darling child to mol Its form It In my he art j I know too well that I shall dio IT wo nro doomed to part. Thrlco have yo torn my lovcil WM 0 OoJ, whit scenes I've passed 1 My blood runs chill, my brain grows wild, '0, lonve ma hut the last!" She mlRht ns well havn poured her prayers On Iho cold ear or death The hammer falls, and dearest tics , Were sundered nt n breath 1 Night came, and through tho forest dark A frenzied woman sped t Sho heeded not the thorns beneath, The beating storm o'eihcad. hut how she gained Ohio's stream - Through dreary swamp unit dell, And how she crossed the crackling ico O, none hut God can tell 1 And when she trod on I reedom s soil Safe with her Infant boy, Her throbbing heart tumultuous bent In wild, delicious jori Jlut hark I the hunter's Oh Ms wnyt Ills hounds ImVo crosed tho wave j tint hi-Ver shall that dnrkbrowed boy ltecnmo tho vhiteninn's slave. One prtlnz kls-3md quick s...