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111 1 ii ii i i .I - - - & jjj... .W. 180 VrE RMO N TtiT E L E G R A P H. - " - - I VOL. X rTTavf55! vol. xnif From the Morning Star; 1 TIII3 NATlOX. . . BY K. MACK. Is't this! in which we dwell-th'$ land! s Ye iomees term, a Christian nation?. ,: , If lhif a country which doth stand, " To heayen iuelf, in inch relation, Tljatit ihould bear the holy name ' Of Him who left celestial fclory, , And here on such a message came. As told us in the Gospel's story ! A Christian land! where those who have The power, oppress an crush the others! ' Vi'here millions, mercikss, enslave Come millions of their helpless brothers Consigned, before thei earliest breath, To chains and bitterest toil forever ' From life's first grasp, to that of death, One breath of freedom breathing, never! s 'A Christian land .'whose slav'ry, well ,t ....'. . " From Egypt's bondage, light might borrow "I light learn from Tyranny so fell, , To ease the load of chains and sorrow! . IFhose slav'ry, well may put to blush ;.4 The tyrants of all other nations ' l v " " .X view whose Woes, the griefs might blush, Of slaves in other situations! : A land where human flesh and blood, Quite coaimon merchandize, is traded!' -. And souls the heritage of God ' Are bought and soldto brutes degraded ! A land whose tyranny doth bind, . Not only limbs, in iron'Te f ters j ' , ,v Siit chains and elnks the immortal mot, ;'. Io Ignorance of God ! -and letters. A-land whose Congress spurns away, . Quick, from the footstool of its hearing, -' E'en freeman kneeling there to pray, IFhen for the sufTring slave appearing! IFhat else they ask for, may be heard: But prayer for victims of oppression For groaning bondmen not one toord May Mercy speak without transgression! : A Christian land! that sacred name, : Applied, to title such a nation ! Nof Judas' self would more profane ; niatJVame, wre it his appellation 1 CHrist came, the broken heart to.bind To burdens loose to ope the prison To pour Truth's light upon the mind For .this he died for this is risen. ' Dover, March-8, 1833 ' a constant tendency to putrefactfoo, that renders the packing of butter of so much consequence to its ' preservation. Stone jus we have" found superior to anything else for packing butter. They are sweet, coolirapervious to air, and from their shape leave but a small surface to be exposed, or covered with brine. The butter, whether packed in jars or firkins, must be beat solid, and the vessel, what ever 'it may be, should .be filled at once. The difficulty attending fi.rkins, is, that all wood contains more or less acid, and this, decomposing the salt, imparts an un- pieasani taste ana flavor to the butter in ne casic. j. ni3 is partly remedied by filling the firkins with strong brin n,i w O . vt "va allowing them'. to stand a few days before using, but the cause is tiever ' entire t re moved. Experiments made in Scotland provea mat tne wood or the linden or bass wood contained the least acid, and this is supported by the fact that in the Tyrolese salt-works, where water is bro't to the point of saturation by percolatino- inrougn Dunaies oi twigs or laggo:3, those of the bass wood are always preferred to any other.' In this country, firkins of heart-ash are preferred, and perhaps are us gnou as any mat can be used. We have known a firkin of butter pioperly headed, thrown into a well where the water was of ther temperature of about 50 to 55, and when taken out, after a submersion of a year, wa3 as sweet as when put in. Perhans. stances admit, butter might be advantag eously kept in. this way in vats filled with running spring water of the proper tem perature. Jars or firkins when filled with butter, should have some pure strong brine poured on the top of the butter, and kept there for the purpose of excluding the air until the article" is wanted fnr 11 co In stead of the brine some use salt, and oth ers prefer a linen cloth" saturntpd in Krm r i . - . W " j tnr Inla nn ... I . utjjvac. ijui wjaaiever is used, the top of the jar or firkin should be care ful fy covered with a hpyd, or what is rrfuch better, a clean-, flat stone. They should stand on flat stones, in a cool place in iup ceuar,. ana may be occasionally looKea to, to see that the surface is prop, erly secured, and the air excluded. Alb. sumuuiur. " the heart of the lonely 'laboretVIt tells of the departure of an acquaintatice; or of a neighbor, with whom he has often taken sweet: counsel,, and in whose1 company gonu to the house of God. And then, too, the funeral scene is something more than a ceremony. By its raie occurrence, it enters deep into the soul.;-; Not here and there one, as in the city, attends, fin obe dience to custom, to shoy .respect to the memory .of the dead, but younr and old throng the house of mourning with ihnt sadness of countenance by which. the heart 13 made better, and thev snenk nf th. virtues of him who i3 gone; and think vof the heaven where they hope he is at rest, and look forward to the day'when friends ana neignoorj will assemble and weep over their "sleeping dust -Impressions like these linger around the mind, for weeks and for months, and shpd a tf-ndpr. ness over the spirit peculiarly favorable iu iub growm oi piety. . . - It is in results like these, that we learn the truth and force of the poet's remark, M Wisdom U a pearl with most s uccess Sought in still waters, and beneath clear ekies." Farmer's Own Book. ' MISCELLANY. . INTERESTING PHILOSOPHICAL FACTS. Sound travels at the rate nf 1149 fODi per second in air, 49G0 feet in water iiuyu m cast iron, 17000 in steel, 18000 m glass, and troru 4636 to 17000 in Mercurv freezes at Sfi A heit, and becomes a solid mass, malleable under the hammer. The crreatest height at which ;c;m ! Clouds ever exist, does not exceed ten miles. .. Air is about 816 "times lighter than water. .- If there na more the ties shall VwineV ne Pressufre 01 h atmosphere upon jioai aeatn's cold hand alone could IX.;. 7 " , fc Wl l,uc calu ainoums to " i" -j- wiuinaiy Mzfu man, supposing his suiface to be 14 square feet, sysiaius.iuc cuormous pressure oi oU,40 pounds. '. - Heat rarities air to such an extent that- it may be made to occupy 5 or 600 times the space it did before. i The violence of the expansion of water, when freezing, is sufficient to -cleave a globe of conner of such thicfcnpss .n nr quire a fore? of 28000 pounds to produce '.'ry' t. LINE S BY THE LATE.WM. LEGGETT. ESO. If yon bright stars, which gem the night, Ce each a blissful dwelling sphere, : Where kindred spirits re-unite. . "Whom death has torn asunder here ; How sweet it were at once lo die, And leave this blighted orb afar, ' . Mixt scul and soql, to cleave the sky, And soar away" from starto star. - But oh, how dark, how drear and lone, Would seem the brightest world of bliss. xi uuueriug inrougn eacQ radiant one, We failed th- find the loved of this j Bvl CI Ah J then these stars in mockery shine," More hateful as they shine forever It cannot be each hope, each fear, "h4t '2hts lQe eye or clouds the brow, Proclaims there is a happier sphere Than this bleak world that holds us ;now. '.. :..,, There is a voice which sorrow hears, When heaviest weighs life's galling " chain. Tis heaven that whispers-Dry ihy tears T & l0r? 0t The oure in hMMnF eKoii 'I' the same efTect. . - m euui iuvci axnu. Ladles, thinJk of Tlxig. " Vile men owe much of their vileness to women of character, who hardly ever scruple to receive them into their. society, provided they are rich, talented and fash ionable, even though thev ha'v hppn truil. ty of ever so much baseness to other wo men. . . - " Who said ihatJ It i. iro book, and truer than a exeat mann Knnl-a that are written in these dav and irhirh do not contain half so much value as is embraced in the above narao-ranh. It is astonishing to us that the married and un married ladies who annnur in vlno their characters, and who move in rpsnprr- able society, will receive into their nariip au caress, nay, do not hesitate to be seen in public, arm in arm, with men whose characters are-nrettv. wcJI nnrWnnrl to be had in the worst sense that shoujd be paious and abominable to a pu re.uncontam inatcd female mind. We have often seen the society o(,J gth people honored and preferred owr r "?rgt exemplary char acters, merely.;, a use the latter cou ldi not be calle4?iiih-"tf-fash ionablp. Rnrh an error as this in' the female sex, is a pusuive injury in the cause of sourrd morals. Ladies need not wonder at the Iniquity there is in the other sex. if thnv An not make ffuilt a disoualifuinfr stance against them. They should scorn even the approach of such pestilential wretches, and reDfel th attront and insult to their spt. T ot iham do this, and the guilty will soon fall to 1 (T n f rm iIakm I . . . . I - 1. T I .1 'oiiiiiiiuua icvci: wincii meir igno minious conduct merits. We would iot he with him," V stone him" &c, and sever al; attempts were rna'de fo seize him ; which were met with mildness and gentle rebuke, saying to the most violent of h is assailants,who were threatening to knock him down, you can knock me down, if you please, but I shall not hurt you, 'nor call oa any,one else lo'huit you." Some of the crowd seeing that he made no attempt to defend himself, cried out "let' the man alone, dont you see he is a Quaker." Upon hearing which H. C. W. throwintr open his larfr dnilKlo. I . . O -m V J breasted coat, exchmed with empathatic aignuy, -no, i am not a 4uacer.. 1 would scorn to hide myj&lf behind a name to which I am not entitled1," adding that which I am both sorry and ashamed to admit he had good reason to believe would have 'been found true, asjrelates to a very large portion of our members; under sim ilar circumstances," Iff was a Quaker, I should have given you up to your mayor to be dealt with according to law,'' He then continuing the even tenor of his way, passed on through Sixth street, still pursued by the rabble, until he had passed Market street. And one of them who was considerably intoxicated contin- ueci to ioiiow nim with hitter denuncia tions, until he had entered a certain Pres byterian meeting house, to which he was going- When he came out, he Was again beset by the ruffian, who was waiting for him, and now came un and threw off his coat and rolling up his sleeves, seemed determined to fight him, but our dear r i . .. . . . . inenu again so tenderly remonstrated with t The Boston' Musical Visitor, A neriodical nnw in its flprnnrl iroir nnMi f . g J WH VJt SU IV.lt- J. tion, is issued by an associaUonlof responsi ble gentlemen, semimonthly in the Royal Octavo form of eight closely printed pages. It is devot ed to Vocal and Instrumental music, and for iti high moral and religious character, has been re commended by many of the best periodicals of every sect ana party i ana Dy men ot eminence in ainereni states, ior us complete adaptation to the ornwino state of music in Ihia rnnnr ,f.,i a wj sical information, local and foreign, literary, sci- cunui:, uKuicutai auu iavucdi, iur cnoirs, instru ments, societies and schools, with si variotv nf T - - , : v vi igincl music, is furnished through the columns of j of distinguished reputation. " ikrms, i ft single sunscriDers, $i per annum. my cents per annum to iacnoois, Uhoirs, musi ral Krwiftif-9 anrl nil T.itfrarv Institntirtt.a fXr . number not less than ten, sent to one address Ministers receive two coDies for $1. 4 ir , j--Aia business relating to the Musical Visitor, is aone at the office of; publication, JNo. , Court Square, opposite the side door of the New Court House, over the Coroners office, Boston. All. ccRHEifT mon&t in anv Stat a ( V.ttrr preferred) will be received in payment; which riuusi oein ADVANCE, i . All contributions, suhscrintions. lp.tfpra ant monies, from Agents and othersMUST be sent .V AX. VV . LdV. DU91UU itldS. T-llXL TlfllJI 111. : ' -v . paid letters remain in the Office. in tne first volume, there were more than one hundred pieces of Original Music. 41eop: 3m a A CARD. . 1TR. MEACHAM. from Alhanv. i.fX ering to the good people- qf-HIiddlebury uu vicjuuy, iu a iew aays, a pair atMls two and three Dedal ' "" Persons wishing In nnrrViacA will rsl an laatro his fellow creature nhrvin. hnt ho eir,uam.e nd nu,n.be.r at the. Store .of A'.A r.r.t k r u T ' ' -o t " -YV Josepn yar, and they will be duly notified did not Deheve he would hurt him I am when the pianos are ieady for examination. Or- su re I would not hurt you, if you did," that the poor man was completely overcome, and embracing him, exclaimed, while the tears trickled down his sunburnt cheek " no indeed, 1 will not hurt you." And with many strong expressions of kindness towards h. C. W., begged to be forgiven for his rudeness, and evil intentionstow ards hirn, and they parted good friends and in a becoming manner. Such incidents as those under eration, need no comment, but the reflect ing reader may derive instruction from the perusal ; and the hopes that some ben efit may resul from the relaton of these facts is the only inducement for their pub lication. E. N. Phil. Sixth mo. 15th, 1841. To Cure a Scald or Burn. hiss a piece of alum, about the size of a wal- nut, in a nait pint of water, in which immerse a linen cloth. Annlv h p, cloth to the part afiec ted, and" let it lie until renei is oDtamed. Washing in al u in water is snifi ilcr in be an effectual cure for chilblains. . ivuuiu juiuc uucjocu, uuisf ii, a iew ua ys since unjust in this matter, Out real lv,we can-1 (says the editor of the Southern Planter j not see ladies of cualitv allowinrr th , . J J ''r- V 11 " I ..-vMivug . IJVVIO lllCil fill V- selves under any circumstances, in the recipe, apnlied to a little boy who had luci vi uuuuuui cnaracter, without having our fears that all is nnt innocent on their own side. A -enmnn as well as a man, should be known bv ik 1 . J been unfortunately scalded. The child was writhing in arronv wfipn ihf ,,.,! cloth was applied;, he soon afterwards fell into a sweet sleep, and awoke in a Note f he oririal 'unrf T...- . J- sam of Liverwort is made and ZfATU delicate health in this ci ty is ZV6 Weakness, loss of annpf iZ f. ".L many other diseases an tTe pale and leanf flesh, n ,V; !raIS' by the use of strengthening medkLe ffS assist nature in all her mav&enb the nerves and muscular organs. Of Z$V Dr. Taylor's balsam of T.iZra' UL.S".k.tti mild and purely vegetable, answers rniraWy. If aTwi use it, weTe cSg? eastic step, eood annft t, ar. l. . u r , A ' i uuuv c.'lCt y r toow. Once more remember, tl genuine is made at 375 JSowerv " 'f SPITTIJVG OFKT.nnrtl -m,:. , sists of a discharge of booJ, often frot y 2 the mouth, brought ud wilh ha l e. and is usually accompanied witrT diffkTjS breathing, and some pain in the c! et s 1 times it is preceded hv an a d,y tickhng cough and slight shoolir px This dispasfl iq aiw... . " J3 mure or feS Ujl'oreiws ' I he great dansrer is that the vmr, T ' Z J Mt-iv-r vlil.' lit !V K t Fay's Patenenoning Machine Jcrair ... vlu..ceu success, certifaes ofcui.siV """u iu a icw nays. Hyu US DISEASES tf WE AKXTJl tr., Tavor's EaZsam r.f T ino. . . ., "1 exact thickness, sauarino-nfF hl'inH craiabf 1 -owery, is assuredy an exceA-rf' r engtn. hatever number of doors, blinds, sh "c u,3cases- .y He has bePil : At k. - ' a til inv rnn ders for pianos mav also be Uft with -Mr. Dvnr stating what price and description of instrument is wanted, and it will be immediately forwarded to the manufactory at Albany and answers re turned. The Pianos will be found firstuality, and references may be given-to many families of the first respectability in the country. - : References in Casiletnn J: foatiam a. w Hyde, Key. Mr. Hallock, A. Warner, Dr. Smith! ui .inus uarner, Frot. ot Music. Also to casirr fccott, Bank of Vergennes. Terms accommodating." July 6, 1841. 43:3w TS now manufactured in Brandon Village, Vt:, WQ many valuable additions to it. - It is useful in all h required tenoning, morticing, boring, sawing, lulling, squaring on slult, tor dovetailing, raising pannels on one side or both, guaging e tuff to Consumption andLiW? Balsam of Livery, H4lberJ '""y for e,vt : the original and genuine is mii.,; - j , - wiucrs are sn,,,;. i , thorized! r..-; 1. spurius lad Consumption and Liver Coni 1 general remedy for the. v' ""faint! i, r.R e i ' """"-'w, 1 am f,.n. ""S experience, thprp ; i equal to Dr. Taylor's Balsam of I ? nieii ing purely vegetable, it can be BJ ".0,t & most salety by til persons in every " Uiet cleanses the luiura Iwti.i -J "-0I1(ltiQn ficult breathing, and seeing fo !B; 'vesd;: There can be no question, but th; J J.cheU certain cure for chronic coughs an,l " ,ei used it for four years in my pitte 1 W with success. - a. P. Rorand marks wwe taken from i... I0,i0icf, Medical Magazine: Sl nun&erc1f V "The sarpming effect produced by DrT 1 sam t of Liverwort, in consumptive!, ? hot fail exciting a deep and thrVrJ' throughout the world. We have o ?k this disease fcosnmntinn ; . . "SHt difficult to credit ousens'hen K . J -"""l've, restored to liPai,K 1? this is a fact of daily occurrn. i aI , we question the virtua nf tK i . 7lbe we hope physicians mH m.it. ".Wfce In our next, we shall be more exnjioif. irk'd:d we hope physicians war ft-. , ' ' m("2fiCct cine aud report its effect to n, thls m - - - - - j "h'iuj, easily Dediteads, tables, chairs, or any other work to be tenoned alike, or whatever are to be raided alike, or stuff to be squared off v. iciigin, oniy a single piece is required to accuracy than car. be done by hand, and in lees ...uc luau wuuia De required to strike it out. It also spaces and bores h whs in Ipsa lima tdin la usually lequired to - spa.?e. Also bores felloes spokes and dowels, perfectly accurate , , anVsoraf 'difficulty of biewthn.j uaging. Also makes the tenons on boJ. W, da,ys lhereafter she haJ a violent c . i . . . 1 violent nam n t.5 i cu. i-i:it una avIhi t.. Ann at limn. .i. i. ii.ii I, , . - -ii'J Ji I i lo uti uuiucisuc aunes ifv iho . cme. her sti-pno-th is urKn.. . is at Dr.Taylor' office. iW cu he of cojvs rmn tm r . . in, a worthy nwmlr f ,.. 1 ' " " taken HI some time since with a cold, Tui, i . anisora difflculiy of bjespth,!,,;,,? - -l , - -vv. auu uvvohe in a the work with Anh s.. : , vuu.pauy.sne,. beeps' I Democrat lew hours coronlete v re eved . PT,pn In Cnmman,i: ZJaJ r1!? lv d,lu :8 swered admir.M i.V " ' Krattlphnrntitrh Vt I 11 , """r" I : : ; '" oa,c2 "ictuanics are respect-1 a-o- ,. -", -v-v mccu uer cour i ;.ih iti viaiiieDQTOUgn, Vt. I a small nnriinn nf fho fcvkL - fii v mntoii r .. difficii v nf hroitn., , " . I .v.,- luaiaiiirr: 211(1 Wei. , ISn' Poauicoi witnessing her rapid rccovc-rvt . ) AGRICULTURAL. From the Pennsylvania Freeman. A MODERN LLWOOD. In the beautiful incident related of Thorn as Ellwood, as quoted by L. M. Child, in her noble reply to a gie paragraph of " the Emancipator," that valuable friend is icpreseruea as coming out or meeting with a fur cap on his head, into the midst of a rabble who wprp m-nhKino- nU,:.. his brethren, and finding his cap was a pro tect io n to h i ni fro m s i m i la r o u t rag es, n o -bly threw away the. shield irthus afford ed by the diflirent appearance he made from his friends exclarhing I am a Quif&er" voluntarily choosing to suffer violence, ratner man not to be lull v ldentifi- f ,, -""i, Micp iu wmuuuiiiii); np;a sai iiechania ire respect- a small portion of the burn whih fully invited to call ! inadvertently neglected. That part con- those. wishin? to purchase can be supplied at tinues still sore, the aftvr Mnnl;,;, r rtt,ce. th first rate machines. All kinds ih-lnm . ..r " ' . esmith.ndone to order and in a work- uvl in it y iii iir mi vie i r i tit a ii.iiia m a - -v . -i X. 4 I tnuiiutl fectual as io the tarlier stase. During the conversion of Ice int ro. ter, 140 degrees of heat are absorbed. Water when converted intn .cnm BUTTER. - creases in bulk 1800 times. : - The Rummer is the best time for the TW s h53ndrf!. P03 water of the Dalren or the purchasers ofbmter to ay Def ea. contains 45 pounds of salt. , V . fri lhei stock for the yea. h Ihe belt faiu nf T tf 7din lhal " . . ; timo, because it iVusually the cheaDest fal!f aj th? Elor 13-OG inches , , .because it is the sweetest a7ad riches?Pand of it T? th-6 leraI,ratur?fof rior K.ca ;f... An I ouM,ucuesi, ana of the earth to increase uniformly as we . " : Ia v (PU ,f VVn ?weel 'P good decend at the rate of 1 deo-ree fa 46 feet at the depth of CO miles, iT will Loun to 1 J?A , 6 y lhallher? is "480,000 degrees Fahrenheit-a dree of a vast deal of wretched hnttr pnnitmot ? . , utjgree oi Ihtt couauy, whea it.woild U&ZZ Zc ' ' " ' - kn0W" 5ub- easy, and more for the profit of the makers" rrK.-ir- r 1 - 10 produce. ,0petior W.icle. W?hal' Ih".5?''J f?'of ly.confined 'feood pastures. good cows. and there can " feS. lons 10 111 - - ' - . AM UW ii I Ob place, evefy thing connected with the making of butter should be perfectly sweet - and clean. . No smoke, dust, or disagree-' able smells should ever exist in thn mi'it. house or diirr-. Ev thir n ; . ccl"f.,iy .ves with a greal has its effect ortcr iy. man i.gnt, which traverses 200,000 iuJ J M , . rni ' .,i l .? . 3 m,Ies of sPace n a second of time Sfmm Thunder can be heard at he distance Rimmed, and the cream churned, at the of thirty miles. the distance proper tirno ana the nronerfninprnhir. t ? . . . . . . Tho-bat; railt .hoafd be Dromo.lv T kl'TZXlf?. Vfleeu.n at firifofl l i. ' i r -I uu uioittuvro ui auu nines. . . aratedj an! in salting, none but salt of . T..uw 41 HiUj unuiu S9ID F. IMPItl jx x x Ail U lUl KV:: I -i . . " to leav' vf uilk in the hnttr tr nntrlf., .h- rp. . . ..., . . . pass inrough, that celebrated chamninn usaof bad salt has ihe mbsl ioflietceln article worthless. Mao ar town, Rnt therT TiJ; 1. !.P inc P. 0L tl1? Gospel; . j i . I . -- .------ .sBaiu amongst Anecdote. A young minister received a call from two different snr.ipnVs nt nn. to become their pastor. Oae was rich and able to give him a large salary, and was well .united. The other was noor, ind so divided that-they had driven awi.y their minister.. In this condition he ap plied to his la'.her; for advice. An aged negro servant, who overheard what was said, made this reply: "Massa, go where is me least money and the most devil."- tie :ook tne advice, and was Amons: the a.-tirl chines, luruinS Lathes. Cast Iron Pumps, &c. &. . . M. WILDER. sonants" Machine Siiop. ) Brandon Village, April 17, 1841. i N. B. The readers of this n anpr will i. , tfi, lu S1JU- l.nis aaveitisement to their ucjSiiuoriug iuecnanics. v , jj YV. l .1' n. 1 K'Pir fs , - " ".Ll AM .-MY THE. UBSERVE TSiiw ...... ..i i ,1.,,,. r inai wmcii s in.! eat the Ofd Office. 375 T?rtWo. m ........ sold by Ira Button, Bra n cio'n,-l V h i ( e . I ! -'i J i. a A r 0;,'-Kutlan-S:r(5nS 2?Uck, -,u.'i. A. L. Cat in. Onsmii v t. .- John C. Parker, Whitehall, IT Y. THK LlOJf OF THE DAY. NO CURB - NO P a v The Genuine Old nt..h , r?... Vegetable Pilh. IGHLY recommended bv Rvw valentine IVfnif r T "t- v v " July 14, 1841 44:3w Hinton oa Baptism. i..n . ,W-,M" "iu a veloci ty of 1 13 feet in a second' Rain si raa, . w Wk in a second. The greatest artificial Cold er 'duced, is 91 degrees Fahrenheit. .lectriciiy moves with a greater veloci- 1 .1 j u" . a,,i-t was inaue tne ed with brethren. A kindred circumstance instrument of uniting a distracted church, has been called to mind by the perusal of ad converting many souls unty Christ the above wherein danger of a similar ; . character was incurred bv nnf f k e 'Lc r z J, .r-..ua, ;..s,,.-.(Iu Has a larger- brain. rrn l: Tru u r r,en,ls' raItier w proportion to his body, than almost anv . v" a.un u tueii oi :ne p.o ect-on which the other known animal. To nive von f VVU hundred volumes of this work utlr. TiUGt woul:a. bar? afforded bettor idea of its siz,, however. usl tnk Jl,st. deceived, and for sale, at thn "mi iium me ou raes with which hu .o n ,mp.n rf ,.:. i - . i le enrronh ti.,, . o - - . v . o ivoa i -ui Liviiir H rill r If 11 rni. nrl o ' -.v . -w threatened bv an infuriat mnh Ti,0 u, hoA frn.n ,u u If -uur is susceptible of the most ample proof, and or edge of the foreheadto'the nape of The having never seen it in print, I think it neck, letting it come down closeP beh nd worthy of being recorded, and ils instruc- the root of the ear. Now all nbove , thE Uve tendency jnore extensively diffused, string, except the skull? ak 'flSh ha J fef!ated 10 rny hearing several &c, is brain, and the Xle corincr times,: and from myo.vn personal knowl- bone, skin, flesh, is hardiv ho? do!htf f TrSQ 5onc lve no than hajf an iocr thkk 'n thS doubt of the facts as he st.iu.rt ho;nf,.u now me-micKeat stantially cor reel. I - '"6uu ',h .l68 Scarce a M?er On the dar following the nt,,,: kL " : . ,s a very co8'ra- ii iiiiir iiri'i in-irnnr nrinni innnt.j l - i - - w t i. m upvwcu ouiKi- siring, out not much. lit t. ON be roaH leatfTng from v'hiting to Salisbu ry, on or about the 30lh of June last, a bun- -.u .u o ' UUDe UP In a cottcn sheet. Z.. -r-V-LrvW written on the sheet with indelih a int a - ... , give information of the above to S T Baker of A , I a lfte, .0rders One tU' Whiting, H. VV. Walker of SiTbu ?ot find, relief, from these, pill t id Publisher of the TpIpo-,-!, ni . I nnce IS rpfundi Kot. . .. iu-e orders of the Proprietor to 2.4; arr others These arc the nrAnr i ost. N the road leading fmm vvhitin. -r. JehiS JE ! '22 a?d h-der. Any eliii u i.k- it rt M.uimatiuii 0 me anove, shall be iberally rewarded for thtir trouble bv calhng at Ihis Office, WM. BATES. "'au"" my 1841. 44:3w Res u rr e ctio n OK PERS I A N PI LLS. . QUPERIOR to the Ilygean, Brandreth Ev- Onn'a t' . V .V" ' "'onarem s, uv- . . . I ...ulv. .tic; i,. . i rn pkd n.iMn Youth's Cabinet. - vw. "making this J. recommend wahin, Kn7.w in t A. . - "i j " i0""3' Pul len ine uence of Henry U. Wright, who like Saal am .""J" "'s a moral agent, water to free it from ,Z mi j .l- , aoes no1 aePena so mucb "Pon the the Israelites of old, was consmcnon, f . u un- Dle De,nSv" of the high. ' SS?J PUsed: 5 BDd lh1 Power .ith. whU it is his size and stature, nnoreiS mo ?he . j. -. . , uv wis vu nreseuiea. as on ihr stnte nr tn haira.'. hir irrro .,u:. l. . . v ,lUuCU auu PTnn eifp tup n t. ier uisiricis oi iuuroDe or thn TT ir. . 7 . . "VU4t a v " ,u,sc ai anu general nlain iar .oki r i- . .v",,,5J' "'cu If the milk is thorough!, t:.? Besides, the impressions from af- ness of appearance, walkj thU highest ever, this particular m'ethnS CUn- Pnces, ,,n the country, are midst of that angry crowd, and bein Z "V ne DaPP'ness of human be- Httle consequence: and nerhn; . w17 r a"5 mre tmgthan m: the city, cognized by some of them, as on,Wl chine for working the Wiem!ilTN.fM knf" 01 1. r- 1. wus line ear in a crnwdini nnnn int. nn iha f 1 nnr.'.. f k r..-.. r.'u . rwr. fucq as uas oecn ngurea jn the Cultivn. 1 .- - iuo iuly i me noiers, was hail- tor. or some similar contrivance, will bo siS lfn.n? l?e5'lb'ouSh ed fh Aouta of there he goes, there he iound as etieetua as nnvihmo- R., l,i "v """J "'""uuc J ter, if made, ever so p tiiom it : " 1,111 av c 1 vc i euic uicy win nor. LVn the' VSa"? bSee? h ca,,inn thegentsin me villages. . who haw, a hr n:n . natnitmi - lu - uunnome founds, effectualas wythlny. ;. But b l!e!rfl,'a?e not ?o stop you felv,-hs lurneJ criccwy, win not bom to th rk- r i-" v j 7, J "'Hu,4Cl rnac tney 1 r . ! ""Ill IU me eraVP. Or HA Volitrrr nfr.rl n-nnlarl ... . J isq mckeu we n n:. . V - ""o v 1 "'" "o wos.suuu s . - vi .uui UiilMI "or butter,-for as it is a pure ani.nal oil. . .reea iro:n tnose.lhings that have, a t 'ency to fpoil it, it would keep as long r.nl with aslijtle trouble ns tallow 0? laroV t is the difficulty of freeing Lutter from ...3 substances connected with ii.lhat have ;: r ,u' uclv. "en. and inirwi 01 luemounitess and Ko 1 .l . i - uwn. divert the mind from it, sor o .M solemnity. . 1 i "J, 1tt Fi" -ppucit.ion 01 a gen. t , ,1 -1 , ... - ca ieiuari 10 De a rooDerr ior such "hf IMot so in the calm retreat nftha - ...-n . . . - . -j . T . . """-"t ue tr Tho SnnnH nftU mL" 'Vr v-- msisiea, is every slaveholder: This -ujoymenv i ne happiness of faumal, be ings depends in a great measure on propei uisciplme of the moral r,oo. ""6- nappi, v .0 ccuuauy progressive. The mind is ever restlessly enraovd -; . new means of occupation or sources of j j vny is necessary to Dre- serve the mental famine ;n 'u. ., condition. ' Sensuality and intemperance X 7,- ,u . Puwers- and weaken i vinuous resolutions, and have a direct tendency, moreover, not on ij to blunt the aculeness of the moral feelings, but to decrease their activity. disregard of veracity, violation of en gagements, and extinction of shame and Repentance, form their leading character- and others. la -offering these pills to the ruhl'd appeal to their intelligence. tl . are not what they are recora mended, 'vim are in duty bound, out of respevt to vour self and community to reject" then:" anJ publisn them to the world as an imp-.fi-Hon, humbug and quackery. The public may be assured they artvpurelv vcff.-tal'e; they-are composed. ofnine inreJie.iif, pait of the medicine is only found in Aih and ; in the vallpvs? convenience .these e.ttracts are maJe iiiio pills and will be found a "sure cure or renef for' all billions rmnint, , ! nv ana; bilious fpvprafiJ.on 0..,,' ;,,tn. ji'.-,'. ... tltlU 1 'J t , J ,c5rfPt sh; bilious cholic,' dispepsia. It is noi intended thnt tln'c mHi. Ir is a cure for , all diseases to whijh the hu man system is liable. Ten thousand usc Iess tfforta lin . " "' niu IU UIUW the region of. nnt rifinrY i r cr 1 n f- i r .11 ). ' - v i xuut v , Ct'iiv ! spun theory 6f magfc art. which ww C Brooks, Ant fo ar: 5u'e. 5?ch- and everv disease. Goo ! Rome cost 860,000,000,- : ; at the principal towns in the State. Jew David's or H ebre w Plaster, A in invaJaable Compound for cure of ScrorTU anXrh fu"uns' Jong's tvu, Inflammatory ana Chronic Rheumaflsm 9n i -n . J . , . 1 Kit uostrs nnerp I 8e?Usists: ForsaleasabS to whom rirr r.u ???nts for lhe ste. ester, N. Y. "uuresseo, at Koch i.'.iV3??,6" Brandon; Ira Bingham, Sudbury . Stanley mXW uy- - . Sim iTr r 4". " esi A'oultn S- F. Hadley, Dorset. . R Manchester A- K. Douglass, Shaftsburv. -lJ&. Dorset7 ley. the fire or ieina Jo . i - i " . ...... r l(J D& IouncI ,n whirl wind," ' . v Health & happiness hang upon cb.rec Vy,d,3"'time is the.herald of truth. . r io sclu I vr j lit. " - already raised a moniimpni nfth. 'r ness which' will dv tha of time. " t ri?ae ,n Brandon by Jackson & Ketcbam. Warren fc R! J-Leffino-well. Joel Rppm.m- K Pnu. i:cV, W-.T. Noyes.S. D. Gush man; Ira, Pre cis L. Wing; : W, Rutland, Hitchco:!;, U 45:lf Job' Print Jnrr '.cxecnted at this 0fice. Morgan, F. Slason: Clarrndon Sr,rii. Hitchcock & Morfrnn; Tinmnulh. Noah W. Sawver: Wallino-fsrd. N. RounJ & Co.. Darid !VfM?fhom fMirefi- (don, H. &. W. Hodges; Rutland, H. T. vvftite & Co.; E. Clarendon, Calvin C .ros?; man, Calvin rx?ncer: hrenihnrr. Leu Finney; Mountholly, D. YHuntcoa ; Sherburne. Chaa. Anthonv &, AJaxbam; Pittsford, S. D. Tortshend & Co., Strong & Buck; Bensonf C. R. Walker & Co.; Orwell, A-.:L; Catliq, ' 4 50: ly