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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 November 1844

All Hail, Massachusetts, Glorious Ml esult Entire over throw of liocofocoism in the "Old Bay State." Weicarnby the complete returns from this State, except from biz towns, in the Boston At las of Tuesday morning, obtained by extraor dinary express arranged by the indomitable editors 'of that journal, that this glorious old Commonwealth lias given a clear majority for Clay, df nearly FOUR THOUSAND over all, while Governor Briggs' majority is over Five Thousand. Both branches of the Leg islature are strongly Whig, and the Whigs have elected 7 members of Congress and have defeated Parmentcr and Williams the present Loco Members of Congress. Under, the present aspect of the National contest, this is an almost unprecedented politi cal victory, and covers the tiue hearted Whigs of Massachusetts with undying glory, We copy the following table of the votes from the Atlas: FOR PRESIDENT. FOR GOVERNOR a Suffolk, otto Essex, 0I1S Middlesex, 9581 Worcester, KW9 Hampshire, 3725 Hampden, 311G Fra...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 November 1844

Jdillerum Diiavowed.On Tuesday even ing, in the Millerite Church, corner of Chrys tie nnd Dclancey-atrcets, Mr Slorrs publicly recanted his egregious Tolly and madness in the matter of the second advent. lie said, what indeed others bcsido his congregation had al FARM FOR SAKE. THE subscribers offer (or sate tlio Farm now occupied by 'Hun tington May, and lying on the road Innrlim frnm Pitinav In Vnvftf t AvittAi 6 .. ....... ......... , lie of ready found out. that he was deceived as to the , "ear the Town House, anil only one mile from tli .1... r .i ..i . it .!.i i, centre oi business, Baa arm contains i acres i ln tl watpred nd '"ccd.and does not been led away by excitement unci I deceived by bonWn a of Jan(J (hai wm no( jeM rMd ,o lliu plough. Attached to the premises Is a good Orchard of crafted Iruit. Inferior to none in the vi cinity. The House is two stories, 25 by 23 feet. l ne linrn is new, anil the out buildings are in good repair. A liberal credit will be given if desir...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 November 1844

! air M oifWf i ''ir J .-(jBrf 1 wnri ttiw jfiu.fi t' nrf fin 'if.; '.m ft Jr17' I : 1.(1 .)fl.l! VERMONT FHtENlX. .' ,tdJ i.' 1 l-1 .., BRATTLEBOROj Vt. NOVEMBER 22, 1844. B Y,; W'M i E. It Y T II E 11 . VOL. XL NO. 13. WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS j on THE ORLEANS, INDIAN PURGATIVE. fXMlOUGIl many medicines have been before the JL public fur.a mucli longer period than Wiuoiit's lnnun Vf.(1f.tahi.k I'n.r.n, jet none stands riow ih higher repute, or has more rapidly attained a firm hold upon popular estimation. Tlia thousands that have Used them throughout the length and breadth t)f the Republic, all bear cheerful testimony In their thorough cfTicncy nnd mild operation when employed In the must distressing disorders "which ilesh is heir to." The theory of disease on which WnioiiTnI's lms VeOetadle Pills nro foutidcu, Is this, via: that there is only oile primary cause of all the disorders that afflict the human family, and that is corrup. humors; or, in other words Impurity of Ul...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 November 1844

him to you to become your husband. She I trill now be happy. I said, nnd I will school my heart to think of her only as a sister. What it cost me to look upon you in that I light, you know not of the many sleepless nights and wretched days broken spmu- and neclectcd work. My thoughts travers ing n sea, dark and agitated as themselves, in hopes to light upon some spot away from all 1 held most dear. I was like u pine hewn down in all its strength and vigor, and left to perish, branch by branch.' LAWS CP. TERMONT. An Act' in relation to the Militia. It is hereby enacted by the General As scmhly ol the btate ot Vermont, as follows V. All acts and parts of acts rcnuirnip: the enrolled militia to do military duty, arc repealed, except in cases ot insurrection or invasion, and as provided in Title seventeen ot the act of 1842, 2. The listers in the several towns shall 'And you loved me so dearly. Richard' enro" e.ver' P" name to enrollment, ue- Moro than life 1 since I am now willing wc.e...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 November 1844

From lAe JVeio Orleans Tropic. ' LOUISIANA INFAMOUS FRAUDS. Information was received from the Parish of Plnqucmincs, last evening, which exhibits llio most startling and stupendous frauds upon tho ballot-box, ever witnessed in the world! Tho parish is capable of polling perhaps GUI) votes, at the utmost, and hail when tho census of 1840 was taken, n white population of THIRTEEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY-ONE SOULS I Including men, women, and children! Yet can it bo believed, that tip to one o'clock yesterday, twelve hundred and eighty-three votes were polled I Strange as this may appear, it is nevertheless true. The vote stood, For Polk, 1239 For Clay, 44 Majority for Polk, 1195111! The scenes of lawless violence enacted at the places of voting, as they have been de tailed to us, would cover with disgrace the most abandoned villain that ever expiated his crimes upon tho gallows, or in tho Penitentiary 1 Law, decency and order were trampled under foot without compunc tion. A crowd of shirtles...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 November 1844

W-Jlove (chase: ; , .. . Tljo Porjlatitl Argus gives quite nil inter esting account of a love affair which hap pened in Unit city recently, and which should lie extensively circulated; for the benefit or votinrr rnnrrinoniihln dnrnscla who nrc nrona . r,. ii 1!. .; J ft... t. a-L .l.. " "T f . T Vi i 11 n strnngcr.who went to Portland on business, ten in whii n pretty, inexperienced gin, anu nflcr a few interviews promised her mar rlitgc, and they agreed to start for Boston in tho afternoon tram to have the h Hot tied. In the mean time the mother-in-law got an inkling of what was going on, and she went to the cars to restrain her roving daughter from throwing herself into the arms of a comparative stranger. The second Act opens at the Depot, with the train about to start. The mother had entered tho cars, mid confronting her daugh- man, Lundy Foot, French Itappcc, and Irish Black tcr and her lover, by turns entreated the one Bgf c T()1jnccn nm, Snu(r ,,,, TtfncU to return home, and u...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 November 1844

M ii i v WM i 13. It Y T II E It .1 BRATTLEBORO, Yt. NOVEMBER 29, 1844." VOL. XL NO. 14. r . i ''- f ft Y All persons require Facts. Htxaer n "W eases that you are not deceiv ed by things that appear to bejxclt. 1 Lorraine's Pills. THESE Pills ore now Acknowledged by. thousands that use them daily, In lie the only medicine that fatrly takCs the Banner from all other?. They cnuse no pain or unea siness pf any kind in their operation, and re quire neither change of diet nor care of any kind. This medicine lias actually done won tlcrp. Jt ha! established n reputation unrivall ed, on its own merit, without being puffed up 'continually in the papers. The attention of the reader is respectfully alled"lo tlie following highly respectable nolf cm of, this invaluable and incomparable medi cine and it will bo seen its achievements are mot extraordinary, as daily experience speaks ftioru and more remarkahlo cures, where other medicine had entirely failed of giving even re lief. Lynn, Dee. nth ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 November 1844

4 THE PRESENT. The present is a period of deep mid im portant interest to the Whig party. Not one calling for grcnt activity, great exertion among its members J but one demanding all their discretion, requiring their calmest tb- servntion, and their coolest judgment. The game has been won by our opponents, and it is for them to make the first move, and upon that move depends the question of the 'move for the Whig party. Until then, it is plain that every demonstration from the Whigs is more likely to pave the way for defeat than victory. Never was there a pc- 1 riod when so much prudence and palienco were demanded of the Whigs, for the sake of their nartv and the country. They pre sent, even under the great disadvantages of . the recent camoaicn. the improper issues which worn hronrrlit to bear against them. and the gross frauds practiced upon the public judgment by their opponents, a mi nority powerful in numbers, talents, charac ter, and patriotism. A siigni cnange in their favor ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 November 1844

NEW HAMPSHIRE LEGISLATURE. The Legislature of this State convened at Concord, on Wednesday of last week. Pre suming thai some of our readers in the Granite State would like to know what their Governor has to say, about "matters and ihings," we givo place to his Message, which has ono merit it is brief. MESSAGE. Fellow citizens of the Senate and of the House of Representatives : The day has arrived to which you were Adjourned, and we are again assembled and prepared, I trust, to proceed without delay to accomplish the duties incumbent upon Us. Among the most important subjects which will claim your attention is the re-apportionment of public taxes. To do this with that sare and attention which its importance de mands, will require laborious investigation and patient exercise of the judgment. All local considerations should belaid aside and property, wherever it exists, should be made to bear its equal share of the necessary pub lic burthens of society. During the last session of the ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 November 1844

Vr AUTUMN. ' , nv Mrts. i.. ii. iinoL'imr.r. come, the titno to fade I" And with a murmuring eigli im! r The' Maple, In' his motley robe, tii , 'AVfts the first to fnake reply ( , MsAnd tlio queenly Dahlias drooped , i' for the frost king with hls'baicful tin, '. Hatf well forcstullcil their fate. Hydrangia, on her telegraph " "A hurried signal traeod Of treason dark, that fain would lay, Bright surnmcr's region waste, . Then quick tho proudexo)ic peers In consternation fled, And refuge in tlicir greenhouse sought, Before tho day of dread. ' -Tho vino that o'er my casement climbed, And clustered day by day, I cdunt its leallcts -every morn J See how. they fado away, . . And as they, withering, one by pno, Forsake, tlicir parent tree, I call each scar aud yellow leaf A buried friend to me. upon meir uironcs oi skuo. '! a ! "Put on thy mourning," said my soul, rt. "And with a tearful eye, Walk softly mid the many grarcs Where thy companion lie ) M 1 -;Thc Violet, like a loving babe, W...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 December 1844

!; ( ii ' 1 tebmomt r ii a: i . it wn, b. bttebb, B 11 A T T lu E B 0 R O , Yt. JDECEMBElt 6, 1844. YOIi. XL NO. 15, Sands' Sswgap&rill'a, For th'c rimofeal and permanent curt of all Diseases arising from an impure slate of the Blood, or Habit of the StJsteM. IF wo read tho history of disorders we are astonished that men li'vd; ituf cur'tt, vinre still moro astonished that they die. And yet in fact nearly all diseases have a common ori gin, viz: In tho organs which prepare and modify tho blood, willi a remedy, directed to the seal of disease, will remove a host or its phtfhdnieha. It is the peculiar characteristic of Sands' Sarsaphrilla, that its searching oper ation reaches iho causes of din'edse, and the cures it perforins are therefore radical and tho rough. The health of the human system de- E'ends almost entirely upon the slate of the Iribd. If tho vitalizing lluid which pervades every tisstic, menibranc, fibre, filament, eland or other organ, primary or subsidiary; if the ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 December 1844

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE, To the Senate arid House of Representatives of the United States : Wo have continued cause for expressing .our gratitude to tho Suprome Ruler of the Universe for the benefits and blessings which our country, under his kind Provi dence, has enjoyed during tho past year. moiwiinstanuing inc exciting scenes mrougii which we have passed, nothing lias occurred to disturb tho general pcaco, or to derange - the harmony of our political system. The ..'great moral spectacle has been exhibited of nation, approximating in number to 20, 1 000,000 of pebple, having performed tho high and important function of electing . ' their Chief Magistrate for tho term of four ypars, without the commission of any acts of violence, or tnc maniiestation 01 a spirit 01 ' tn'ailKnrrltnniA.. in ll.A lftl.u 'Pitt win m.l.l 1 kllU IUIIOi X I1U glGUI U1IU inestimable right of suffrage, has been excr-- ciscd by all who were invested with it, un- ler tho laws of the different States, in a ,. '. s...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 December 1844

Is, at this moment, entertained; since the j stocks of the government which but two years ago wefo offered for sale to capitalists, 1 m iiuiiiu unu uuruuu, ui a uuprcuiuuon, ami t'uuld find no purchasers, aro now nrcatly above par in the hands of the holders; but a wise and prudent forecast admonishes us to laco beyond tho reach of contingency the public credit. It must also be a matter of unminglcd gratification, that, under the existing finan cial system rcstinc upon tho act of 1780, and tho resolution of 181(5 the currency of the country has attained a stale of perfect soundness; and tho rates of exchange be tween different parts of the Union, which, in 1841, denoted, by their enormous nmount, the great depreciation, and in fact worthless ticss of the currency in most of the States tire now reduced to little more than the mere expense of transporting specie from place to place, and tho risk incident to the operation. In a new country like that of tho United States where so many i...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 December 1844

,1 THE SUIT Of ItUSSET BROWN. Br ELIZA COOK. kA maiden once a lover .had Who breathed the truest sighs; . JJul.sirnply was this lover clad In dark and lowly guise. 36 all his wooing was in ynin, V She scorned his peasant grade; 1 'She tossed her head and mocked his pain, ' ' And laughed at all ho said. ' , 'No, no,' cried she, Mhe tale would be A jest for all the town; I'll wed no youth who wears, forsooth, A suit of russet brown.' -Ho ofTered Jio.r a gentle bird . Whoso plumage, it was true, Gave fiirth no sheen ofglossy green, No scarlet, gold or blue. She looked upon it with an eye That (lashed with kindling pride, , Wilh'head uplift she scorned the gift, m And llirusl the cage aside. T "'No, no,'. cried she, with pompous airs, 'Such boon I would not own; For, like yourself, it only wears A suit of russet brown.' ' When next she met the youth, he wore A doublet of high.eost; , ..The bird's rich song was heard to pour, But youth and bird were lost. The maiden then bewailed her fnt...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 December 1844

EH MO T IW 1. u AB,Y VM. E. KVT.HE n. BRATTLUBORO, Vt. DECEMBER 13, 1844. vol. xi. No.ic;; WRIGHT'S . Indian vegetable pills j on ' r , INDIAN PURGATIVE. THOUGH maDy medicines havo been before the public for a much longer period than YVmoiit'i Ijdiah Vjuiktabi.e .1',i,ls, yet none stands pow in Wilier repute, or has more rapidly attained a firm liold'upptt popular estimation. The thousands that liave used them throughout the length and breadth of the Republic, atl bear cheerful testimony to their thorough efficacy and mild operation when employed Uithc most distressing disorder! "which flesh is The theory of disease on which WmoiiTiri's dun Vegetable Pills are founded, is .this, rii! that there U only one primary cause of all the disorders that afflict the human family, and that is corrup. humors J or, in other words Impurity of Rloodt 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 constitut...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 December 1844

"Melancholy Event. Wo learn by a gentleman from Stcwortstown, that two men named Joseph and jcrcmiah James, JcU their homes in Canaan, Vt.,on the 4th tilt., for lliu purpose of examining sable traps they had previously set up ten or twelve miles in the wilderness. The clay they left homo was pleasant and warm, the second day wbh uncomfortable, and the thirfl snow ICII 10 tlie Ueptn oi iwo teci, uamp uuu nea- re,tjng upon lliein. And thia not in a few isolated vy, loading down the trees, accompanied (instances, but in a large majority of the hotly con with a heavy gale of wind. Not returning irnvd caaca. It liaa abaolutely become dangerous ill due time, anxieties were entertained that ' to go to law, with a caae ever ao good, if it de-' ill luck had attended them ; accordingly pends upon human testimony. Making testimony search wns made fitr them, but with little hat become n regular trade and business, and the effect until the 14th alt., when they were testimony la shaped to the caa...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 December 1844

gMPpTXTANT FROM MEXICO, ' ' ' Sxr'jLn THRU ATI! WEl t 1 -The English frigate Spartan, arrived, at Ncnv1' Orleans on the 21st ult, with intclli genco from Mexico to the 17th ult. A civil war had broke out in Mexico. The insur gents were headed by Gen. Parcdes. who - liL . .'n . . ,. . i -P calli the President to an account for money xpcndcd during his administration. Santa ' xpenucu during Aha", iindr-r nn orders Ironi the rrOVISIOnal 1 "- President. Gen. Canalizo, had raised an nr-, tny of 10,000 men and proceeded towards Guadalaxara, Tor the purpose of quelling the sedition.' ! ;r p The Picayune gives an abstract of a cor rcsppudcncc between Gov. Shannon, our MinfslcY, and the Government of Mexico, published, in the Diario del Gqbicrno, the official paper at the city of Mexico. The following is the synopsis : " It-' would appear, from such of the pub lished correspondence as we have seen in the Diario, that on the 31st ult. Governor Shannon addressed a letter to the Mexican Governm...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 December 1844

t d :, winteji. Winter cometh 1 seo the trees Wear no more their robeB o( green ; Hark! the pinching northern breeze O'er the world Is whistling keen I . It hath left a region where , Winter ever reigns supreme; Bnow-bullt cnstles tower in alf .Icy spires resplcndant gleam.! Winter cometh I from the land, .'''Smiling Summer hath not seen; Hath not spread with tasteful hand - O'er its hills n mantle green. Nd clear brooklets wander there No Jovely ilowrcta grow; t ' j ' And cast their frngrn'ncc on the air, In those wide wastes or snow. v' Winter cometh ! on my ear Falls the rattling of his car, And his piping voice I hear, I As he hurricth from afar. He shall soon assert his reign - Where but lately Summer smiled, Spread his robe o'er hill and plain, And solitary wild. , Winter cometh! little rill, ' ' Thy glad song must ceaso again; The voice of tempest loud and shrill, . Shall be our only music then. It shall pipe a requiem long, .... O'er the desolation here, .Ere again thy merry...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 December 1844

M B(EIIX :i: s sjjy wm. e. kytiier, B 11 ATT JL E JL5 O 11 O , Vt. DECEMBER 20, 1844. VOJL. XI. NO. 17. "Cheaper than Ever, ' AT F&EDERICK FRANKS' jtcady Jllatlc Clothing Store. HAVING just returned from ftoaton with a very large nnd elegant assortment of RKADY MADE CLOTHING, such as Cloaks, Over Coats, Dress Coats, Sacks, Pants arid Vests, selected ly himself, and havihg paid the cash for them, he is ready to offer all such articles to his old customers, ind as many new ones as will call on him, at prices that cannot fail to suit the most economical. Hav tpjf had nearly 30 years experience in the Tailoring business, both in Europe and the United States, he flatters himself" that lie is as good a judge or cloth nhd the making Up or garments, as Tailors in gen eral. Having personally selected such garments us he now has nn hand, lie feels confident that all persons who call on hint cannot go away without purchasing, and being fully satisfied with as good nn article nnd 120 per ce...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 December 1844

Jpind no fault, ITl'OIt 12 month notice lias been given in both ot . our newspapers, that your note or account due Dickinson must be settled. ' NOW JS THE TIME, rofU!i.Wffrei.ccrrof'pcrdiiTaftcVthfNetv"Year hall arrive, I ball resign my office colicclor with pefect submission, to be promptly succeeded by thoio 'more efTicient. ' mrm, ,ZELOTS. DICKINSON. JBrattleboro, Dec. 7, 1844. 10 Dec. lltli, 1844. QiTai1,,ULS upe'rfino Genesee Flour,' Ov" GO do, foncV do. do. just.recbived by "C. TOWNSLEY & SON. llraltjcboro, Deo. II. . 10 EROM Nrw York and Boston thi. day received, Cashmere, and M. da Laincs, A fijw'low priced Sliiped do. ' ' 5p iilk warp Alpaccas, at viry much reduced -1 prices. " ' jllO do. Cotton do. do. , Prints, Shawls, Gimps, Cords. &c. at . ( C. TOWNSLEY & SON'S. Degl'l, IBU. 1(T 5,BALES BUFFALO ROBES, this day open ,j ing. . Call and buy at ' ' - C. TOWNSLEY & SON'S. Dec?! 1,1844. 1G i RANGES and LEMONS, fresh, at C. TO WHOLLY &. SOWS. ''Dec. 11 184-...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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