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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 April 1845

VWJQNT tPJICENIX. Oirullovvinj communication is well timed! We trust something will be done for llic Improve' t mprnves tncnt!of tour: sidewalks: Even .Upon Main street, Ibey ore in, a most wretched .condition, and they Deem to be (he worst before the residences and grounds oi"'me of our most wealthy citizens. Pride nnd personal comfort should induce them to improve before their own homes, if public spirit does not move them. , Our Side Walks. Mr Editor s In your Inst Phoenix you gave us a jieep Ihto'sq'me of the prosperity which attends our village 'at the present time, and truly it was flatter- 'PB y nurvillage pride, to see a recital or even a fiart of the sources nt our prosperity. 1, could not help imagining how happy our population must be how few poor nnd distressed wo have among us 'mid ln)w abundance pervades the fireside of every family where economy nnd temperance are practi ced. Yet hinidst all' these fine feelings, I happened my feet. Mud 1 mud 1 mud I one, two, 'six, 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. — 4 April 1845

1 fcr'Mr. Dillingham hs cheated Vermont out of uy uisiuijguisucii uonur nccurui-u w hci in . Btied t li From the IjoxcM Courur. . HONOR TO VERMONT. iBTliere appeared, not long ago, In one of the pa per published at Washington, tlio following para gra'ph'i Jti'Tlie Pre aiilenl elect was received at Washington by a Committee, of reception consisting of one from each Stair, all of whom were in favor or the an nexation of Texas. Every Slate 'was tepresenlcd except Vermont, and not one could be found from that State who favored Annexation." Whereupon, a Lady of LowyJI, threw off the following spirited lines I Glort to old Verhokt 1 She stands ,r - Where Freedom's slnr hath never set ; , Though dim Its light In other lands, it sliinctli nu tier mountains yet. j night faithfully and nobly still, T ftcr free-born sons their birth-right keep, And from each towering rook and hill, , Her stern alarum soundeth deep. . She will not write her unstained name ls" Upon the scroll which adds one mora...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 April 1845

W,' ''X. ' Aid? ' l r 'U .1.1 Y E R M O If T v"W II 4E i I X . A ',B.Y,' jiti v ij'. K Y T II E 11 . ! BRATTLEBOHO, Tt. APRIL 11, 1845. VOL. XI NO. 3& STEPHEN W MAttSH,! Fercvcr TfciMc ! Forever Uilhot 'mldFaihlon's hoarflcsi throng, Ih C6urU bowcrs-at Folly's elided shrine-1 'Smiles on my check light words upon my tongue My deep heart still is thine foreicr thine I Forovcr tlilnd t amid tho boisterous crowd, When tho jcat sparkles with, die- (0311(1108 wnc, Imay not name.tby. gentle namo aloud, . , But drink to Uico In thought forever thing. PIANO FORTE MANUFACTURER, p No. 393 WastiiMgtbH Street, BOSTON. Messrs. WOODliURY & BUnDITT,. Brattle- fooro, Agents tor this vicinity. ly-cj : i - 1 WRIGHT'S ,, INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS; ' on INDIAN PUItGATIVE. THOUGH many medicines have been before (he oubllc Tor a inuchlonccr period than Wrioht's IrfDiiir Vkoetable I'lt.i.s, vet none stands now in higher repute, or has more rapidly attained n firm hold upon popular estimation. Tlie tho...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 April 1845

-rrn FercigR iHtclligCMCC. Later from Europe. LivfittfoOL DatiIs tO THE SEVENTH OF MARClt. Bj tllC Or- r!raliot the packet ship Queen of the West, CaptainWoodhouse, Liverpool datea to the 7th of March; and London to the Oth, have been received, STATE OF TRADE. The Ino.v TnADn Advice are in town tills week announcing a further' advance. Accounts from all the various districts of its manufacture testify its great prosperity, and anticipate progressive iiuprovcmcnti In Staffordshire the makers aro in excellent spirits : Messrs John Bradly &. Co., the leading firm there have issued circulars quoting 40s 'per ton advance on bars and rods, and 60s per ton on hoops and sheets above their January quarter day prices, and will only accept orders from their regular customers, limited to the usual monthly av erage of thoir purchase.". Common bars, in Wales, are now 9 per ton nctt, but the makers are not disposed to sell much on these terms. Pig iron in Glas gow has been sold these last few ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 April 1845

VERMONT PIIGENIX. Disaster oh the North River. The passengers In the stage from rroy ,who arriv trl xm Wednesday, brought a report that the steam-. I beat Swallow1, which ielt Albany On Monday ere nine for N. York, alruck the rocks at Athena, oppo. aite Hudson, and btoke entirely In two, arid thatthe bow went to the bottom, carrying with it many passengers, while the (tern was left opon the rocka. The report is, lliat there were 200 passengers, and that many. of them are. lost. We hope the report fi unfounded in fact, but fear that it Is too true, POSTSCRIPT. We atop the press to clyo the now or this disaster in the. New York papers of Wednesday morning. In tlio tnlditof a severe snow storm of Monday niglit about 9 o'clock, tlio Swallow struck a rock near Athens, making a complcto wreck of the boat in a very short time. The bell ot,holioat immediately sounded to give alarm, Which being heard op shore, prompt assistance was rendered by boats from that quarter, and by the Stoam !boat ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 April 1845

4 Cemplaints f tko Peer. . ( iv honEnT souTilcr. And wherefore do the poor complain ? The rich man asked of me ; Coniu walk along with Die, said I, , , , And 1 will answer thee. Twns evening and the frozen afreets. Were cheerless to behold ; Anil' Wo were wrapt and coaled well, JJul yet we fell the cold. We met nn old bare-headed man, Ufa locks were few and white ; 1 a-tk'd him what he did abroad, In that cold winle( night. Twas hitler keen, indeed, he'said, But al home nn lire had lie ; And therefore hod he come abroad, To ask for charily. We met a young bare-fiwited child, She begged loud and hold ; I asked her what she did abroad, ' When the wind it blew so cold. She said her lather was at home, And he lay sick in bed, And, therefore was it she was sent Abroad to beg lor bread. We saw a woman sitting down Upon a stone to rest, She had a baby at her back, i Another at her breast. ij . I aked her why she loitered there, When the wind it blew so chill ; She turned her head and bade ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 April 1845

VERMONT PH(ENII. RATTLEBORO, Vt. APRIL 18, 1845. VOL. XL NO. 34. BY WM. E. It YT II Ell. NEW SPRING GOODS. No. Granite Row. CUNE & GOODHUE HAVI$ received their SPRING GOODS, and havinc purchased mot of (Item for oi, and ft first hand, arc now prepared to ofTer more in ducements to purchasers than heretofore usual Cur Houses io Tar frnin market. Our stock is very Urge, comprising alt the new, rich, and fashionable Goods. DRESS GOODS, Rich Chameleon SILKS ; changeable fig'd do.; Changeable stripe do.; black and blue black do.; Rich Cashmere dc Lnlnes; Muslin de Laines; Eolicnnes; Crape de Laine ; Paraseines ; Colored Uombazlnes ; Africans; Alpines, &c. 'The laree Cashmere Shawls ; Rich Silk and Wool do,; and lots of new styles Summer Shawls. MILLINERY GOODS. FLORENCE 110NNETS new styles; Rutland " " Misses " " Rich Bonnet RIDI10NS; French Flowers ; French Tabs. Broadcloths & Cassimcrcs. Black and Uluc Black. Blue, Gold Brown, Clar t. Rifle Green, Invisible Green, and Olive...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 April 1845

WTo Country Merchants, WHOLESALE HOUSES-Ncw York. BEING provided with full Stocks of Gooda in our respective departments, the under signed Merchants, Manufacturers, and Whole sale Dealers of the City of New York, respect fully invite the attention of Country Merchants to an examination of their several assortments. They trust that their prices and terms will prove 'satisfactory, as they nro determined to meet the reasonable expectations of purchasers, and with a view to communicate directly with you, have embraced the facilities of tho News paper Press of your district, to unite in an in vitation to you to call al our respective estab lishments. Staple and Fancy Silk Goods. Alfred Edwards & Co., 132 Pearl st. Charles Durfee & Co., 133 Pearl & 76 Denver Bt. George II. Williams, lateol Williams, Ilankin &. t'enniman, 34 Exchange- Place, opposite the Exchange, 9 doors from' William st. Wm. W. Pinnco & Co., 39 Cedar St., corner William. Silks, Kibins, Millinery Goods...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 April 1845

JFrom tho Pittsburg Post, April 11. I TrcmcHiloHS Conflagration in Pitts-, lmrg. TWENTY SQUARES OF THE CITY IN RUINS FROM 1060 to 1S00HOUSK3 DESTROYED-LOSS ESTIMATED AT TEN MILLIONS. It'll oar painful doty to record one or tho most terri ble firc that ever devastated any city on this continent. A great portion of our busy and populous town la In ru iin 1 More houses havo been destroyed by this single and horrible conflagration, than have been consumcdliy all tho fires that have over occurred In tho city before Thoto ocfiuarntcA with tho plan of Pittsburg will ro aliielho oxlent of tho tcrrlblo calamity we havo aulTer. ell, when wo Htato that nearly all that portion of the city extending from Forry street up tho Monongahcla Tlver to tho city lino, and thence to the head of tho en irt. rilln.1 "l'inetown." (Kenslniton) has been destroyed. The fire reached up Market street as far at the south side oral street, anu up wooasueeiM Kit as tho south side or Diamond Alley. Tho bounda ries of...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 April 1845

BEAUTY. What is beauty, after all 7 Ask the lover who kneels in homage to one who has no attractions for others. The cold onlooker wonders that ho can ca'llMhattmclassic com bination of features, and that awkward form beautiful. Yet it is so. lie sees, like Dcsdemona, her 'visage in her mind' of her affections. A light from within shines through the external comeliness, irradiates and glorifies it. That which to others seems common place and unworthy of note, is to Him in the words of Spencer "A sweet attractive kind of grace, A full assurance given liy looks, Continual comfort In a fiice The lineaments of Gospel books." 'Handsome i, that handsome docs hold up your heads, girls 1' was (he language ofi Mrs Primrose in the piny, when addressing' her daughters. The worthy woman was right. Would that all my female readers who are sorrowing foolishly because they are not in ull respects like Dubufe's Eve, or that statue of the Mcdicinu Venus, 'which enchants the world,' could be persuade...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 April 1845

VERMON T P H IE IV I X, TJrrft- 3tjL j$yHivM. e. it y t ii e n . "I BRATTLEBORO, V't. APRIL. 25, 1845. "EDWIN II, CHASE, a '"SVIIOI.F.SATiE PEALUIt IN Wines, teas, Liquors, &c. , No. 13 Custom-Housc Street, r- .BOSTON. March, I.&4&. GwSl M.ew Firm and NEW SPRIN8 GOODS, Qne flopr South of (T Vermont House.) C. Lord's TTTIHE Subscribers have entered into conorlner JL liip under the firm of Qickerman & Powers, nnd havo just relumed from liostorv with a general assortment 01 v and are prepared to furnish their friends with any thing in their line, on liberal terms fnrensh. JOHN L. DICKEllMAN.JU. , OSJUAN i'OVVKUS. Jlrslfleboro, April let, 184.1. . 3' Tailoring Establishment. No. 8 GarnUc Row, OVER A. E. DWINELV8 STORE. i ARMBNTS made and trimmed in n fashions' f ble munnor.oud on the most reasonable terms, ju receivea, tne Spring mid Summer Fashions for 1845, thaare. so,adapted u form, convenience,. nnd ee' -pancc. thut the v cannot soon materially chance. It. F. WASHitU...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 April 1845

New Spring Goods. J. F. OBDLXDS fc CO., (Successors to Harris & Fitch,) HAVE Ihii week received from Boston, a largo assortment ol now and desirable SPUING GOODS, which have been purchased mostly with "the tea'dy" and of first hands, thereby enabling them to otter to the purchaser as good bargains as can bo obtained at any other concern in tho vicinity. Their stock consists In part of the following, vizi Cloths, Cassimeres and Vesting ; Fancy do. do. Gambroons and Plaids ; Tweeds and Jeanes ; Satinctls, plain and Fancy ; Summer Stuffs, a great variety ; Cashmere do Lnincs ; BaUnrincs and Lawns : Baragea, a new stylo of Dress Goods; Silks, and White Dress Goods; Calicoes of every stylo and prico, some very low. In short a complete assortment of every kind oi goods generally wanted in a village store. It is needless to go on and enumerate them further than tossy to those purchasing goods, to just call and examine for themselves. With their large assort ment of Dry Goods, they have...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 April 1845

NEW GOODS ! New Styles!! New Prices!!! W. GORHAM fc CO, HAVING.taken tlio Store formerly occupied by F.T, & 11. Forbes, are happy In availing themselves of the opportunity thus presented, of . . 11 . ii.. i . . f lull . . aniiuuiimugr 10 uic innauiuims oi it umingion, Dover, Whitlngham, Marlboro, Readsboro, Bears burg, and the County inclusively, that tlley have Juat received and are now opening a very rich and extensive assortment of Engiish, French, German, Irish, and American mrc goods, Creckcry, Class ami Hani Ware, WiM Xnttto &00XM ililU GROCERIES, Oil Paints anjl Dye Stuffs, Nails, Glass, natsflO- mJSUossO Together with almost every article usually called for in a country stored Thcv have, also, the proud consciousness to state that their Goods havo been purchased exclusively for cash, under very peculiar circumstances, such as will enable them to sell many of their Goods as low at retail, as they can be bought in Bos'.on at wholesale. They are also happy in stating un...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 April 1845

Spring is Cewiug. grnixn is coming ! Br-niNo is corlmo t , ,.. , Birds ate chirping, Insects humming, . ,f" Flowers are peeping from tliclr sleeping, ' ' Streams eV.npou from winter's keeping, , -,111 delightful freedom rushing, ' Daiice along in iniulo gushing, Scenes of Iste.lii denJncss saddened, ' s8mile In Animation gladdened ) All is beauty, all Is mirth, ' ' All Is glory ilpnn earth, Shout we then with Nnluro's voice, - ' Welcome Spring 1 Rejoice 1 Jlfjoictl , Mpring Is coming, come, my brother, Let us rove with one another, . To our well remembered wild-wood, - Flourishing in Nature's childhood ; " 'Where n thoiniand flowers are springing, And a thousand birds are singing Where the gulden sunbeaius quiver M On the verdure girdled river ) L'"'lrf't our yiiulli or feeling out, ' To the youth of nature shout, " 'While the waves repent our voice, t1 Welcome Spring ! Hejoicc I Rejoice I " lliNliS AND MINERALS IN VERMONT. -The Iron mines nt Trov. Orleans County, Vt. nre very exten...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 May 1845

VERMONT PH(EIII. BRATTLEBORO, Vt. MAY 2, 1845. VOL. XI. NO. 36. BY WM. E. llYTIIER. Boston Wholesale Houses, THE undersigned Importers, Jobbers, Man ufacturers, and Commission Houses, in the City of Boston, arc prepared with lull stoclo of Goods in their respective branches, and em brace the opportunity afforded by the newspa per Press, to invite Country merchants who ore about to purchase Spring and Summer supplies, to visit the Boston Market, and ex amine their several assortments. The variety, cheapness, and excellence of our Manufactures of Cotton, Woolen, anil other goods, in this vicinity ; our uninterrupted steam communication with all Foreign Ports and the interior ofour own Country, enahle us to offer inducements to purchasers of Foreign and Domestic Goods, equal at least, if not su perior to any other Market; and Country Merchants, to whom this invitation is respect fully addressed, arc assured that it is our deter mination to please, if possible, both old and new customer...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 May 1845

tlWfil.tfiiihn iiVi'Ii GREATARBIVAL OF NEW GOODS. ncsisnsrsMs toAtf & 4 Granite Row, ANNOUNCE to theit- friends, patrons public generally, that they have rccei rind the ivcd and Hie daily receiving llieir stock 01 Spring mid Summer Goods, comprising the choicest and moil desirable styles of all kinds of L.ADIES DRESS GOODS. Rich CHAMELEON SILKS, fVd and plain. Super Wool Balznrincs, Miislin Ginghams, Itep Cashmcrea, Cashmeie dc Lai lien, Organdies, Mous. dc Laines, WHITS GOODS of every description. Splendid style 1' HINTS. MILLINERY GOODS of nil kinds. Parasols, Sun Shades, and Parasolells. A great variety oi cheap, common and mco SHAWLS. A VERY EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF tvery variety, quality, and color. Fancy DOE SKIjYS, super black dn., English nnd French C.1SSIMERES. Superb VESTINGS, Tailors Trimmings, &c. Wool, Hemp, Straw, Cotton, and Oil Cloth ethtitit, Srccttcrfi $c (Glass WBavt. A general and first rate assortment of tarnishing Goods and Hardware. A very choice select...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 May 1845

MM Imfidrtanl Naval Movement. The fleet lot the Gulf of Mexico has probably sailed from Korfolk. We learn from Ihe Norfolk Herald of the 35th inst. that Com. Stockton arrived there that morning from Washington, and that the squadron was to leave early the nexl rrlor1 hing, with sealed orders. The fleet consists of the Steamer Princeton, Sloop-of-war Saratoga, Sloop-of-war St. Mary, Brig Porpoise, to guns. 20 " 20 " 10 " Tolal. CO This squadron will probably co-operate with mat already in me uuii, viz: Frigate Potomac, Sldop-ol-war Vincennes, Sloop-of-war Falmouth, Brig Somcrs, 44 guns. 20 " 20 " 10 ' Tolal, As above, Aggregate, 94 GO 154 African Squadron. 'The U. S. Frigate Ma cedonian, the flag ship of the African squadron, arrived at New York on Sunday, by the way of St. Thomas. She is under the command of Com. M. C. Perry. The ship of the line Columbus, now lying at the Brooklvn Navy Yard, was nut in commis- (.ion yestcrdav, and will sail about the 25th of limy, iu 1,1111111, iu ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 May 1845

X new National Name. A Committee of the New York Historical Bo. cirlv. consisting o( Daviil .Dudley Field, Henry It Schoolcraft, and Charles Fenno Hoffman, have, In a report to the society recommended the Adoption of the " Rcpublio of Atlcgnnia " as a National nitme. They cl lorlh in strong terms the want of a distinctive National name. They say : When we speak of n national name, we mean or course one that is both single nnu instinctive The formula "United Statesof America' is nei ther. Bennr a phrase, from which it is initios sibte to derive an adjective, we have no means f i . 1 1 . 1 . . I . . . i t. . . -.:...... 1 oi tieacriuiiig uurai-ivca, uul iy u i-.iii-.uuih;i:umuii We cannot even say 'United States nfAmcr ica men .' if we fay 'United Slaters,' we lauoi nt ourselves, and if we call ourselves 'Americans we use a word that at present ueiongs to ttic whole hemisphere. Nor has it the merit even nfhciniT distinctive. There are on this conti nent lour or five 'United States' '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. — 9 May 1845

1 1.1 II II S-Ui-JUJ VERMONT VOL. XI. NO. 3ft BIl ATTLEBORO, Vt. MAY 9, 18 45. BY WM. E. K V T II I 3 11. SI Boston Wholesale Houses, THE undersigned I nijiortera, Jobbers, Man ufticturcis, and Cmmiiiftiiim Houses, in tht City of Huston, are prepared with lullstor.lo nf Goods in their respective branches, and em brace llio opjiorlunily afforded by the newspa per Press, to invite Country merchants who arc about to purchase Spring nnd Summer supplied, to visit lite Boston Market, and ex amine their several assortments. Tlie variety, cheapness, and excellence of our Manufactures of Cotton, Woolen, and other good, in (IiIr vicinity ; our unit, errupted steam commuuiention with all Foreign Ports ami I he interior of our own Country, enable us to oiler inducement to purchasers of Foreign and Domestic Good?, equal at least, if not su perior to any other Market; and Country Merchants, tii whom this invitation is respect fully addressed, arc assured that it is our deter mination to please, i...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 May 1845

P. R. CHANDIiER fc CO. HWsffi s"!i,:'J"e'' M Goods, direct from Boston by CRANE'S CONSISTING Lupin's super Alcplnes and Balzorinesj Chusans; Bareges; Summer Ginghams and Lawns; Crape and Mousclino dc Lnines. 5000 YARDS New PRINTS, of every style. 500 Caps and Hats, Spring Pattern. Ladies light and dark Kid and Silk GLOVES, and Hosiery, plain and ribbed, cotton and Silk. ONRIBSS Sheetings, Curtain Cambrics, Cords and Tassels, Shirtings, lOOO PAIRS BOOTS AND SHOES. Tickings, Denims, Drillings, Summer Stuffs, Cuaquanock Cassitneres. HARDWARE, AT THE LOWEST PRICES. Glass. Nails, Sheet Lead, Glue, Screws, Shovels, Butts, Hoes, Planes, Bill Stocks. Saws, Sand Paper, HOURS Hnillnr'u CALDRONS, PLOWS, CHAINS, An extensive assortment of CUTLERY STOVES, Sheet Iron and Zinc. wmn wmm mm Y. Hyson, Souchong, Ningyong, & Pouchong TEAS, White and brown Havana, New Orleans, Por- iu jiitu, L-uivenzeu, urusned, ana L,oar Old Government, Java and Loguira Coffees. Porto Rico and New Orleans MOLASSES....

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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