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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 April 1844

- -m , - , , , , , . provided for in-that instrument, and much more is u iiicuiiiiiaiiiicwuu any luat construction, te-reeeive-toour-embrace,-t province, of anotli-1. is poorer, jA a, state of revolt, Then as we desire the blessings of peace, as kbuiciioii uuu mgiiiy appreciate our nappy jXJnigrji deprecate the evils jnseperable from Sln .Veryaad would protect our constitution from , vjolation, wc again remonstrate and protest a- gainst an amalgamation with Texas. TO THE PEOPLE OF WINDHAM - COUNTY. ''Farmers xvb Fellow Citizens, ! 'STU tin.tnr.tnii.ut taiifmian I nr. lltn WltiJ- all vour attention to the claims of the Society '. upon .your countenance, and what is more, up- -.i -n:.:.. n.t.n o formed for the improvement of agriculture, till jruui cmi.iciil jmLiuuagc. X lie outiciy 13 horticulture, the household arts and the me-. "chanic arts as connected with agriculture with in the County. Improvement in these most important industrial pursuits is the end, to se "cure whicli the So...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 April 1844

infer 'froniLA fried. Wcl irivo.. received, systho''Nf, Y.- Journal of Commerce the fint number of tho new scries of Africa's Luminary, published at Monrovia, Liberia, lKnli 24lh ofJanuarv last. The Luminary irTohtatns an account of the proceedings of the, United States rquadroh on the coast, InnpUniahing lno natives concerned( in the iSutrnge on tho Mary Carver, which wo .have already published j also an interesting 'iiarrauvo 01 inc uiincuiucs win. miviy ut 'cifrred'at Cap6 PalitinsV between the Colt. "n'la1 government, and tho natives, the satis factory etilemenof which Is enumerated Vmonir tlie beneficial results thai have ac crued.froni the presence of a United States squadron on the Western coast of Africa. Theuieighboritig Kings, in convention at King Freeman's town, resolved to raise the "price of rico and other native produce to an. cxhorbitant amount and the colonists re fusing to accede to their terms, efforts were made to prevent the latter from obtaining supplies from a...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 April 1844

' V f?-'i" ' HENIX ' BY WM. E. KYTIIER.l BRATTLEBOliO, V"t. APRIL 26, 1844. VOL. X. NO. 35. WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS j on ' INDIAN PURGATIVE. nplIOUGIl many medicines have been before the ' JL public for a much longer period than Wmoiit's Indian Vkoetahlr Pills, yet none standi now in 'higher repute, or liau more rapidly attained a firm huld upon popular estimation. Tlic thousands that havo used them throughout the length and breadth of the Republic, nil bear cheerful testimony to their thorough efficacy and mild operation when employed in the most distressing disorders "which ilesli Is heir to." The theory of disease, on whicli Wrights!' dmn Veoetadle Pills aro founded, Is this, vizi (Ant ' there is only one primary cause if all the disorders that ajjlicl lite human fam-hj, and that is corrupt humors; or, in other words Impurity of Uhmd. This principle is now so generally admitted, that it may in fact be said to be sustained by an universal ity of opinion, the few dissenters...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 April 1844

Books and Stationery. For Sale at E. BrncfccU's, WHEELER'S STOXE DVlLDlXq? S CHOOL and Blank Hooks, and Stationery cenerallv : Taper, by the ream or less quantity Toy Uooks, Tnlnls, Walcrs. healing Wax, QuilU, Steel Pens, Ink Stands, Ink of varlousculors, Slates, Pencils, &c. $c.., at prices advantageous to those desirous ol purcnasing. also TTnrner's Illuminated and New Pictorial Bi lile. together with an assortment of new and interesting publications and periodicals of the day, such as 'Hewelia Illuminated and Illustrated Shakes peare. Edited by Gulian C. Verplanck, to be cmhellished with about 1,400 Engravings, at an expense or about SjSO.OCO, designed, select' ed and arranged by Ilobt. W. Weir. 12i cts, per No. No. 1, 2 and 3 received. The Omnibus of Modern Romance, contain ing G popular Novels, complete in one volume. Adam Brown, the Merchant; Mysteries ol Paris, by Eugene Sue; Tlio President's Daughters; The Banker's Wife; The Lost Ship; The Birthright; . The Heretic; The ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 April 1844

Scnato Should confirm Mr Ferris, his nomi- uaUbn will bo followed' by that of John I. Morrill as District Attorney, and a.gencrnl change of tile present Whig incumbents of (office. r i .i. f wf ... j... r u;Wlr Washington, Wednesday, April 17. In the Senato to-day. Mr. Buchanan nre- Bcnlcd a memorial ill favor of abolition of ry and against from nia f which Dr. n I I V railUlin Was a member and founder. lie said lie did not know but he. ought to have offered it in Executive Session as it related chiefly to a subject which, ac cording to rumor, was soon to come before lie Senate, in its Executive capacity. After so.me unimportant proceedings, the Senate resumed the consideration of the bill reducing the rates of postage, &c. Mr. Wright's amendment, entirely abolish ing tlic iranuing privilege ol members ol Congress, was withdrawn, lor the present. Mr. roster ottered an amendment providing Ifor the entire restoration of the franking privilege of members, Which the bill cur tailed,...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 April 1844

(gomwoutotflU!) of ffltnuuntijxmtttt. m: : iSL'tiie Year One Thousand Eight Hundred and Forty-four. AN ACT "reincorporate the Vermont and Massachusetts Rail Road Company. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre sentatives in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows : Section 1. Joseph Davis, Ephraim Parker, Gardiner C. Hall, John R. Blake, James White, Richard Colton, George T. Davis and Horatio G. Newcomb, their associates and successors, are hereby made a mont and Massachusetts Rail road Company ; provided however, that no other Corporation shall enter upon said Vermont and Massachusetts Rail Road with any motive power uolcss said Vermont'and Massachusetts Rail Road Company shall refuse to draw over their road, or some part thereof, the cars of strch other Rail road Corporation, which may be so authorised to enter with their Rail road upon tho said Vermont and Massachusetts Rail Road. Section 5. Tho Legislature may after tho expiration of five y...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 May 1844

VERMONT PH(EIII. RATTLEBOEO, Vt. MAY 3 ,.1844. VOL. X. NO. 36. DY WM. E. It YT II Bit. W To the American Public. Improvement in whatever regards the happiness find welfare of our race is constantly on (lie march to perfection, and with each succeeding day some new problem is solved, or some profound secret re vealed, having an important and direct hearing over man's highest destinies. It we take n retro spective view over the past twenty years, how is the mind struck with wonder 1 What rapid strides has science made in every department of civilized life 1 particularly in that which relates to the knowledge of the human system in health and dis ease. How valuable and indispensable nrc Hie cu rative means recently discovered through the agen cy ofcliemistry 1 I low does the imagination kindle hnd our admiration glow nt the Ingenuity, the near approach to the standard of perfection, of the present time ! Through the elaborate investigations of l'hysiology, or the science of Lite, and t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 May 1844

say, "God bless her I" Hark! there aro footsteps in the passago ! How eagerly she starts and springs to tlio door, just in time to be caught in thoarms of her husband, "I have not forgotten that it is your birth day, Lucy," he says. In tho happy days at Liston, aunt Esther used to give us a kiss and a whipping. Which do you thin!; you deserve 1 "Why, Charles, if I remember rightly, it was I who received the kiss, and you the whipping." "Ah 1 yes, I believe you aro half right. 'But I have brought you something surpass ingly beautiful ; the poems of one whoso po etic vision ofdivino things, and whose deep, serene, entrancing utterance of what is granted to that vision, arc unrivalled among .the rising generation of poets one who, if Ins mature years do not belie Ins early prom isc, will becomo lAepnet and prophet of his age. Head me one ot those sonnets, dear est." Lucy took the book, and began, in an ex quisitely modulated voico one ofthosc beau tiful sonnets. As she read the closing...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 May 1844

fchco against Iho order nnd decorum of tho House. Ho was followed by Air. Itnthbun to the same effect, nnd upon his concluding lie turned to Mr. W. and extended to him his hand, by whom it was received with ap parent cordiality amid the plaudits of the House. CONCERT A Concert of VocaJ and In strumental Music, ILL be given bv the MARLBORO CHOIR, at theltev'd Thomas Speh- ceh's Church, in Marlboro, on THURSDAY, New Goods. JUST received a splendid assortment of new Goods, such ai are usually kept In stores where they pretend to keep a full assortment. Prices as low as at any store in this village. J. H. WHEELER. Brattleboro, April SO, 1844. SG a 1..! r - it .1 ....1. a luawiuiiuii was iuiuii y uuut .v,u iu .... ,Q. .i... .t,.. .1:, hi. A r . i into the facts both as it respects the combat - c "NeW GOOQS NeW llOOttS ! W, S, PIIIPPS & CO,, No. 75 Kilby 'Street, Boston, Hare received by recant ni ilrnls an extensive assortment of BRITISH, St GERMAN GOODS, VIZ : Shawls; hlack filet an...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 May 1844

Culture 'offic Cucumber I will slate n fact rotative to planting cucumbers which came under my observation, nnd which is worthy of being known. I shall at least give a further trial myself of its reality: though 1 cannot conceive thcro is n doubt remaining on tho subject. Last spring, i friend of mine and myself were planting cu cumbers nt tho samo lime. I was planting mino, as is usual, in gardens, by mixing a small portion of stable manure with the earth, and raising tho hill an inch or two a- bove tho surface of the ground. Observing jt, he jocosely remarked, "L.ct mo show you how to raise cucumbers." Never having much luck in raising them, I cheerfully a- greed tolas proposition, llo commenced Bv making holes in the earth, at the distance intended for the lulls, that would hold about a peck ho then filled them with dry leach ed ashes, covering the ashes with a very small quantity of earth. The seeds were then planted on a level with the surface of the ground. I was willing to se...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 May 1844

MB 4MtM --r , VERM OIT 1J1 ; i it: ) , . Jmi. liw'iV P) ll",Hlll" .7.,:. i BY WM. E. KV THE R.J JBRATTLEBORO, Vt MAY 10, 1844. VOL. X. NO. 37. Mr ti tia:m -t' 7t-- WRIGHT'S "'lNttlAtf VEGETABLE FILLS ; OR ,? INDIAN PURGATIVE. THOUGH rnany medicines have been before tlio public fur a much longer period than Wiuoiit's InDU!''VKOJ,TABLit I'lLta, yet norio stands now In higher refute, or has more rapidly attained a firm hold upon popular estimation. The thousands that hare used them throughout the length and breadth or the Republic, all bear cheerful testimony to their thorough efficacy and mild operation when euiployed in the most distressing disorders "which flesh if beirto." The theory nf disease on which WmoiitnI's dian Vegetable Pills are founded, is this, viz: that ' there is only one primary cause tf all the disorders tnat nyua tne human jamuy, anu mat Is corrupt humors; or, in other words Impurity of llltwd. Tills principle is now so generally admitted, that it niay in fact be s...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 May 1844

ii ir m im 'i ra 1 1 not been biased bjr any pecuniary Interest for what littlo property I possess, U nbout half on ono side of tho river, and half on ilin nthor. And I shall reioico if a road is constructed through this valley on any of the routes that aro in contemplation, bc cause I believo it will bo of some sorvice on tho worst route. But it would bo very mor tifying to find, after such a road is construct ed; that by pursuing a narrow policy and endeavoring to monopolize for this or that place, all the benefits ol tho road, lha interests of half the volley had been b vcrlooked, nnd their patronage diverted into other channels ; so as to leave the proprie tors but half naid for the crcat sacrifices which thev must inako : while n more liber nl-nolicv would have made it ono of the morproductivc Railroads in tho country. GEOLOGUS. National Whig- Convention Tor the nomination of Can didates for President and Vice President of the United States. At eleven o'clock A. M. on Wednesday...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 May 1844

FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1B44. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CEAY. TOR VICE PRESIDENT, THEODOB.E riVELIITOHUYSEIT. BAliTiaiORE CONVENTIONS. THE NOMINATIONS. Our readers, wo apprehend, will not bo sorry that we give up our columns to a full and interest ing account or these joyous and triumphant gath crin?s. The nominating convention met on the 1st Inst., and was organized by the appointment of the ven etahic Ambrose Spencer, fur a Ion? timo Chief Justice of New York, and father to John C. Spcn cer, President, and one Vice President from each State." Gov. Paine was chosen Irom 'Vermont. The nomination of Mr. Clay, was as well settled before the Convention, as after. The people had settled that matter long before tho meeting of tlio Convention'; and his nomination at the Convention 6y a shout of acclamation, wos but giving voice to the feelings of the whole Whig party. Any other nomination' would have produced disappointment, execration and defeat. The nbinlnatlon for tho Vice Presidency was not so set...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 May 1844

tV.. ll.o Plinnt i , 4fc -. . SAD MUSINGS. .JjL' XT IIEOMITAI MIIFORTAHUS. lily library to inherit, . ' One that would vice and evil ahun, f f; f And be a child or merit. , But lono and lonely through life's eourie, 'if ' ' A' por invalid 1 mint bp, ?m ''No-ono ti cheer me with discourse, ' ' No cheerful, smiling days to tee. - But snnn will life's ihoit icrnei be o'er, i And 1 on earth be known no more; . i'f Life's to me a acene of gloom, No hope or joy this tide tlie tomb. PROPER, DEPTHS FOR SEEDS. 4 Durger'a Economy of Farming, (recently translated from the German, by' the Rev. L. G. Smitli of New York,) Htntes the 'following . , ns tjic. result ot an experiment tried with In dian Corn, to determine the proper depth nt which seed should he put. That which was planted at the depth of 'No. 1 1 inch, cime tip in 8 1-2 days. 8 1 1-2 inches, came up in 9 1-2 " . 3 -2 ?' camo tip in 10 " 4 21-2 " came up in II 1-2 " . 6 3 " came up in 12 " -V U 31-2 " came up in 13 " ., ..toi, 7 4 " c...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 May 1844

VERMONT PHIEWIX. BRATTLEBORO, Vt. MAY 17, 1844. vol. x. no. as. BY WM. E. RYTIIB 3 It . To the American Public. Improvement in whatever regards the happiness and welfare of our race is constantly on the march to perfection, and with each succeeding day some new problem is solved, or some prdl'ound secret re vealed, having an important and direct hearing over man's highest destinies. II wo take a retro spective view over the paet twenty years, how is the mind struck with wonder I What rapid strides has science made in every department of civilized Jifo J particularly in that which relnles to the knowledge of the human system in health and dls easo. How valuable and iudispensablo are the cu rative means recently discovered through the agen cy ofchcmistrv I How does the imagination kindle rind our admiration clow at the ingenuity, the near approach tn the standard of perfection, of I lie present time 1 . Through the elaborate investigations of ruysioiogy, or inc science ot j..iff., onu...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 May 1844

April 30, 1844. ISAAC GROUT has received n complete ns soitment of good nnd fashionable Goods, which ho offers to his customers, nnd the pub lic, nt m low prices ns can be bought in any other place. Among them may be fomid rich Chusans, Parisians, M. do Lames, Bnlzotines, and printed Lawns, with n largo lot or rich New style Prints, for ladies dresses. 60 Parasols, some very cheap; Florence Bonnets, Ribbons nnd Flowers; Rich summer Shan Is, and Crnvnls; Fillet, Lnco and Mourning Veils; Gimps, Fringed, and .Paris Cords; , with a good assortment ol Milts, Wristlets, and Gloves. , , ., . rru in.llna nrR nnrt culatlv invited to call ami examine the above, as it will bo a pleasure to show them at nil times. For the Gentlemen. t..iIiI,i, Pnoaimprrn. VcstitlGS. Tweeds, Gambroons, and Cotton Stuffs, for Coals anil Pants; Neck Cravats; Leghorn and ! ur Hats, &c. &c, in great abundance. , Allaie requested to call and examine the above, with tlio assurance that prices shall bo satisfac...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 May 1844

In a few seconds tlio fire communicated to tlio lofty cupola with which it was surmount ed. Tho fire rrtged with great lury and very speedily this large and imposing edifice was completely enveloped in (lames, which rose to the height of from eighty to one hundred feet nnd presented aRublirnc and nwful spectacle. The burning cinders thick as snow Hakes were wafted high up into the air and carried by the wind in n northeasterly direction, falling at the distance of two squares in that direction. Por tions of tlio church now fell in nnd tho bell from the cupola, with a heavy sound pieces of the lighter limbers of the cupola now com menced falling piece by piece, but tlio frame work remained entire. At twenty minutes post ten the cross fell and the balustrade gave way and was precipitated into the street with n heavy crash. In a few minutes nfterwnrds the frame ol the cupola fell into' the body of me cnurcn. On both these occasions some of the crowd cheered and expressed their fiendish...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 May 1844

PAY YOUR DEBTS. Religion that does not make a man hon ttt is good for nothing. If a man profess es to bo a christian and defrauds his neigh bor, that man's religion is vain. And he is dishonest who withholds from another that which is his due, when it is in his power to pay it. , Wc, in this country, havo acquired n bad name abroad for our State repudiations, but it is not this of which wo wish to speak just now, It is of the laxness, not to call it by a harsher name, of many professors of re ligion, who seldom or never pay their debts until after being called upon again and a gnin, and perhaps finally being threatened with a suit at law. There arc some such men in almost every community. Yo havo one of theso men now in our eye. He is a very amiable, easy man, who never wishes to quarrel with his neighbors, and is always willing to io uiem a lavor when thev are in want of help. But ho nev er pays his debts when he can nvtiid it. His bills at the store, at the shops of me chanics, pe...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 May 1844

VERM OA iPII (EIIX. BRATTLBBORO, Vt. MAY 24, 1844. VOL. X. NO. 39. BY WM. E. it Y Til Ell. Spring Importations. TOWNE, WALDO & CO. 70 Kllbr strcctolfer. for slo, WOOLLENS. INOLISII Ilroadclolhs, mlniminn, medium and ZJ extra, in piece and wool Muck, blues, rich! Mown and colors; Super Westor England Broadcloths; Helgic, French and German do. both plain and twilled, in black, rich browns and olives ; Do. Cassitneres and Docskina ; London Caaaimerei and Doeskins, wool dyed Rnd fancy ; Next atylea Summer CasBimerea J Tweeda, in every variety. VESTlNdS New slyfes London, in rich Cash hi'crea, Plaid, Bilk figured checks, Valencies, cheap Worsted, etc. Figured Batin and Silk do.; Super and extra super heavy black Satins ; French Scarf Vesting,. SU.HIHEK STUFFS. Gambrooni, plain nnd Taney, wove and printed ; Stockinets and Unircorda) Ilibbrd Summer Cloth, for thin coats; Grey Alpaccn Coatings, new article for coats ; l'teudo Woollens Napped Tweeds ; Imperial Checked and i'laided do; Gl...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 May 1844

miwim, xi-l Jimmi uujiiMBwfMWfatMiwiaj;tLL' l'il'v'. M i"'imiif; "" I 111, .. . ( ll tj..j!,.lll L1. .i-i-.t ANNIVEIlSAtlY WEEK IN N. YORK, jccta and History 01 mc ouoiciywru ,u,u.. , . . ... . land nblc nddrpsscs were made by Mr. Ac, The first week in May is annually devot- c( of WnhlnB,0, Rev. Nr. Lilians of cd by the various Benevolent Societies, un-, M, d Mr pkcr of 10 , dor the care of Evangelical denominations rn Thursday morning the-American Bi- I.aving their central points in mo city 01 n. fa . , d jls lwcnt-.ej8lt, annivcr York. to t ie celebration ol tlioir Annivcr- .. ii tnrnnp In Aftfr sar.es, the presentation oi ,..eir .roiur l .iil ilin nrxQainir nr llipir r.lniinq . ' . . .. r -i. . c pressing oi mc r claims . upon the religious iiiu nasi tutu !- 'I i t I -r. r cises of thd week itist in si f-inspfi nnvn nnfii 111 i interest i and as we have not been able to present tliem day by day as they transpired, wo shall now give a general summary of tho whole : N. Y. Cour. $ E...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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