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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 May 1845

Correspondence of the Express. Washington, May 2, 18-15. The mail contracts have ot length heen de clared. Mr. Cave Johnson tins awarded them precisely to suit his convenience nnd will, with out reference cither to the old law or new. In Home eases the highest bids have heen taken; in others the lowest lor the same grade of ser vice. II the I'ost Molcr General were naked why he did not lake the lowest, according1 to the new law, he would answer thai it had not gone into ellVct. II he were enquired of, why he did not then comply with the old law, which required that the contract should conform to the bid as to the mode of service, he would say that the spirit of the new law was to govern. In one case, where there wcro bids of 700 dol lars, (or single horse, and 780 (or the same grade ofservice, and another for 1400 dollars, in post coaches, he gnvc the contract to the bidder lor the latter, on the pretended ground i that jt would he done in a more satisfactory manner in the loiter mo...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 May 1845

W"To Country Merchants. WHOLESALE M0lSEScu lorL BEING provided wilh full Slocks of Goods in our lenpective departmeuts, ihe undtT- Einrti iu (rename, wnnuim-nnrrK, ana v tittle nuj.,rn ..r . i... r- c . v...i. - . . I fx A t .a. a fully invite the ,r...i..n of Country Merch'mU to an examination of llietr bevertd assortment. mi . . ,i , rhe.vtrubt tliU their prices aud terms will prove aaitslacltirv, ns they are determined to meet the reasonable exiieclnticins of purchasers, and with a view to enmmunirate directly with you, have embraced ihe facilities of the JChtb. paper Press or your district, lo unite in an in vi'.atiia to yon lo call at onr respective estab lishments. Staple and Fancy Sill: Goods. Alfred Edwards S: Co., 122 Pearl rL Charles Durfee & Co., 1 23 Pearl & "6 Beaver st. Gcorce H. Williams, lateol Williams, Rankin Si Penniman, 24 Exrhangc Place, opposite the Exchange, S doors from William st. Wm. XV. Pinneo & Co., SO Cedar st., corner William. Silks, Itibins...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 May 1845

NT PH(ENIX. K V W M . K . R Y T JBIl ATTLEBOltO, Vt. MAY 16, 18 45. HER. VOL. XL NO. 38. VERM B-To Countiy Merchants, WHOLESALE IIOUSKS-Ncw Yorlt. TQEING provided with full Slocks of Good BJ in nUr respective detiartnients. the under bigned Merchnnts, Manufacturers, anil Whole sale Dealers of the Cily of New Yotk, respect fully invito the attention of Country Merchants anls ntit. to .in examination ol their severnl assorlmc They trust lint their prices anil terms will Drove satisfactory, as thev arc determined to' meet the reasonable expectations of purchasers, Dover, Wliitinjjlinm, Marlboro, Ileadsboro, Sears ami with a view to eommtinirutc directly witli . burfe'' ond "'e bounty inclusively, that they have you, have embraced the facilities of the 'News- J"8,1 "d are now opening o very rich nnd paper Press of your district, to unite in nn in- V ,Z aZIZT 1 ' ' vilatii n to you to call at our respective estab- lns1'' aml A""en lUhnicnts. Staple and Fancy Silk Goods. Alfred Edwnrds &a...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 May 1845

cJ by tlio shadowy wild-wood, majestically tlirowintf un their huge branches, as if emu- lous to attain rivalship and superiority over the dense luxurious trees of Rosewood for est, which lay at tho base of the cliff in its wild beauty, seemingly imbedded in the broad sheet of waters, which threw back trio noonday sun from thoir crystal waves.' In tho midst of this romantic scenery, stood XTJU In I the humblo cottago of the old lisherman. It was much dilapidated by age, and the storms of many winters ; and it contrasted strange- ly with tho wild, beautiful, and BublTmo scenery which surrounded it. Tho impulse . i.f. il .wn. IrrMUlihln in hn rrnllnnl irresistible to tho Mountainc, for he had a mind somewhat tinged with enthusiasm, and rather of o. ro mantic bearing. Pcrchanco his thoughts wandered back to the days of yore, when lady-lovo was won by tho chivalry of a bold and dauntless arm ; for suto enough tho wild scenery, tho fairy being in bis imagination, might inspire such ideas...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 May 1845

MARRIED, In tills village, on tho 4th Intl., hy Rev. Mr Harding, Mr John Bonus and Mrs Patience Wright, both of Brat, llclioro. At tho 1'litcnix Homo in tint village, on tho 10th Inst., by Hot. I.. J. Flotchcr, Mr John J. Brooks of North ampton, Mass., to Miss Eliiabctli B. Mcach or Vor thlngton, Mass. . At lha Vermont Houso. by Rev. L. J. Fletcher, on tho I3lh Inst., Mr Benjamin . Wood of Oration Mass., to Hiss Claris II. Warner, or Rockingham Vt. At the Phrcfiix llntise, in this village, on the IHlh iitst, l.y Rev. L J. Fletcher, Mr. Wesley D. (loddanl of RnyaUlun Mjks , and Miss Mary liar bcr of Richmond, N. II, Also, by the sarin-, and ul the same time and place, Mr Jamea Y. XV. Howe ur I'hillipston Mass. and Miss Klin Uarber, of Richmond, N. II, At Hallux, May G, hy Rov. S. Fish, Mr D. A. Bar nard and Miss Alvira Spraguo, both of Buckland, Mass. Also, by tho same, Uth inst., Mr Haydon Rowley to Miss Nancy Churchill, both of Greenfield, Mass. In Whitingham, on tho 1st Inst., by ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 May 1845

more: new goods. P. R. CHANDLER & CO. HAVE just received another large addition to their previous extensive assortment! Good, direct from Doston by CRANE'S EXPRESS, CONSISTING IN PAHT OF Lupin's super Aleplnes and Balzorincs; Cliusans; Bareges; Summer Ginghams and Lawns; Crape and Mousclinc do Laines. 5000 YARDS New PRINTS, of every style. 500 Caps and Hats, Spring Pattern. Ladies light and dark Kid and Silk GLOVKS, and Hosiery, plain and ribbed, cotton and Silk. Sheetings, Shirtings, Curtain Cambrics, Cords and Tassels, lOOO PAIRS ROOTS AND SHOES. Tickings, Denims, Drillings, Summer Stuns, Cuaquanock Cassimeres. hardware; at the lowest prices. Glass, Nails, Chissels, Sheet Lead, Butts, Gouges, Glue, Hoes, Locks, Screws, Planes, Twine, Shovels, Bitt Stocks, Brushes. Saws, Sand Paper, House Builder' poods rrenerallir. CALDR ONS, PL OWS, CHAINS, An extensive assortment of C U T L E It Y STOVES. Sheet Iron and Zinc. Y. Hyson, Souchong, Ningyong, & Pouchong TEAS. i u i. uiiu o.u...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 May 1845

": VERMONT PHCENIX. BK ATTLEBORO, Vt. MAY 23, 18 4 5. VOL. XL NO. 39. BY WM. E. RYTHE R. Mrs, Stoddard & Miss Pitts, milliners -anil Dress Makers '3 (One door south of the Post Office, up stairs.) (SjSpTTTOULD respectfully inform tlieSj39 ASrSt. TI Ladies of Brattleboro and Vlliity, that they hare juit returned from Boston, with the LATEST FASHIONS, together with a fresh supply of MILLINERY GOODS, SUCIIJ& Florence, Straw, Lawn & Silk BONNETS, Lace Caps, Riliius, Bonnet Silks, Artificial FIow-rs,TaI)s, Itncltcs,&c&c. BONNETS repaired and bleached : and all work usually done at Millineiy Establishments executed, and al the lowest prices. WANTED IMMEDIATELY, 3 or 1 Girls as apprentices to the above business. Brattleboro, April 23, 1845. 35 NEW GOODS, C. TOWNS LEY & SON. rfpAYE jusl received the largest stock of JPJL DRY GOODS eer before offered by them in this place. They do not ptnfens to have greater facilities for purchasing goods than their neighbors, but st...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 May 1845

forest, occupied her thoughts and caused tho bright tear to tremble in her largo eye. She rose abruptly, and brushed away the truant tear, and a smile played around her beautiful lip, r.s the maid entered in answer to the bell. Has my brother yet arrived? she enquired. Tho maid answered in tho negative. I think ho should regard his word some what moro sacredly for lady Louise was ex pecting us long since. Bring hither my white pearl necklace, and placo that simple flower in my hair, and then my toilette will be completed. Sho took the Guitar, and run her fingers lightly over tho string, playing at tho time, one of the simple airs she had learned at Rosewood forrcst. Her brother was an nounced, and sent up his card fur admit tance. Certainly,! would see him immcdiatcly,an swered Annctta. Sho continued running her fingers over tho instrument until her brother entered. Sho arose to meet him with her bright smile, and an exclamation was on her lip as her cyo caught tho form of a strange...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 May 1845

! ' U H SSSW i?MT VERMONT PHOENIX. Water ii Bostox. Tho citizens of Doiton have decided not to accept the Water Act enacted by the last Legislature, providing for supplying tho city with ter from Long l'ond. Tho vote was For the Act, 3,096 Again! It, 3,G88 Majority against It, 308 Bishop Do Lancy, of Western New York, met with a serious, and probably fatal accident, on Krlday last, near Ratavii. The horses attached to the carriage In which he was riding taking fright, he jumped from tho carri nge, and striking Ills head in the fall, a severe concus sion of the brain was produced. Tj.xas. The Now Orleans Picayuno of May II, rep resents the enthusiasm of tho Tcians in favor of annex ation as very groat. They already consider themselves nil members of tho Union. It is now said the Presi dent and a majority of tho Cabinet will cordially co-op-crate with tho people in bringing about annexation. Gen. Houston is about to visit Gen Jackson. Ex Postmaster General Wickliffo has arrived at Gal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 May 1845

VERMONT PHCENIX, Tlio events of the last few months arc well cal culated to Impress every American, who lias the least regard for tlio Union and the government un der which ho lives, with deep solicitude Tor their perpetuity. The question has often occurred to Us, whether tho third party abolitionists, especially that portion of them professing whig principles, would have thrown away their votes as they did at the recent presidential election, had the consequen ces of such a course been known, at the lime, with as much certainty, as they are now known,.nil ad milted by every candid and well informed man. The hasty passage through Congress of the annex ation resolutions, the accession of Mr Polk to the Presidency, the ratification by him and his party of those resolutions, and the determined and shame ful system of party tactics now kept up to secure, at tho hazard of all national reputation for integrity, the consummation of the iniquitous scheme could a knowledge of all this have I...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 May 1845

VERMONT PHCEUTIX. BY WM. 12. ItVTIIElt. J5R ATTLBBORO, Vt. MAY 30,18 45. VOL. XI. NO. 40. New Spring Goods. r. k, &TF7henry, (SUCCESSORS TO JOSEPH HENRY,) HAVE just received a largo assortment ol new and desirable SPUING GOODS, which have hcen purchased for cash, thereby enabling them to oficr to purchasers ns good bargains ns can bo obtained at any other store. Consisting in part as Jollows Broadcloths, Cassimeres and Vestings; Satinctts, plain and fancy; Gambroons and I'lnkls; Summer Stuffe a great variety; Cashmere de Laines; Ihlzorines; Lawns; Jaconclt Muslins; Scotch Ginghams; A variety ol White Dress Goods; Prints of every style and price; Embroidered Moijs. de Laino SHAWLS; Baragc do.; Florence BONNETS now style; Rutland " " " Misses " " Rich Bonnet Ribbons; French Flowers, French Tabs, c; A good assortment or Crockery, Hardware, and GROCE21ZES. TOGETHER WITH A STOCK OF READY MADE CLOTHING, very cheap. Hats, Caps, Gloves, Umbrellas, &c. &c. All of which will bo of...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 May 1845

taugli was gifted with an outpouring of the spirit in his ministry, which sunk dccp( into the hoarts of those who listened to him. Elizabeth found it so marvellously applica ble to the trials and temptations of her own soul, that she almost deemed it was spoken on purpose for her. She said nothing of this, but sho pondered upon it deeply. Thus did a few days of united duties mako them more thoroughly acquainted with each oili er than they could have been by years of fashionable intercourse. The young preacher booh aRcr bado fare well, to visit other meetings in Pennsylvan ia and New Jersey. Elizabeth saw him no more until the May following, when he stopped at her house to lodge, with numer ous other Friends, on their way to tlio Quar terly Meeting at Salem. In tlio morning quito a cavalcade started from her hospita ble door, on horseback, for wagons wcro then unknown in Jersey. John Estaugli, always kindly in his impulses, busied him self with helping a lame and very ugly old woman,...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 May 1845

VERMONT PHOENIX. Dedication. The new and liciullful Cliurcli, lately erected In Vor non, by the Universalis! and Unitarian Societies or that town, was dedicated to the worship or God by appro priate religious services, on Wednesday or lot week. Nature smiled upon tlio occasion, nnd tho hearts of tlio people who had erected tho temple, In which to pay their vows and offer up their praises, wcro made glad by seeing II filled to ororflotvlng. Tlio services were con ducted in tlio following order : 1st. Voluntary 'Tho Lord Is In his holy lomplc.' 21. Beading portions or Scripturo, by Rev S Wm. Ballou, of West Bruttlcboro. 3d. Hymn. 'To Thco our God this house vra raise' 4th. Introductory l'raycr, by Rev A. Psigo, West Winchester, N. II. 5th. Hymn. 'Great God to Theo whoso Temple Is all space ' Gtli. Sermon, bv tlio writer. Teit, 1st John, fitb s 4lli. 7th. Hymn. ''Vo dedicate this houso to-day.' 8th. Dedicatory l'raycr, by Rev Mr Sargent, Huston, Mass. Slli. Anthem. 'Great is tho Lord o...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 May 1845

VERMONT PHCENIX, The New Postage Hilt,. For the Infor mation of our readers, wo give, in a condens ed form, the rates Of postage u'pbn letters, news papers, and pamphlets, as regulated -by the new bill, by the- last Congress, which goes Into operation on the first day of July next)' - ON LETTERS. Single Icltcra or any number ol pieces not exceeding- halt an ounce, 300 miles or less. 5 If over 300.milcs 10 Drop letters not mailed, . S For each additional half ounce or part thereof, add single postago thereto. OK NEWSPAPERS. ' Newspapers of 1,000 square Inches or els. it less, sent ny Editors or Publishers, from their offices ol publication, any distance not exceeding 30 miles Oyer 30 miles and not exceeding 100 Over 100 miles, and out ofthe State All sizes over 1,900 square inches, postago same as pamphlets. ON PAMPHLETS, ETC. Pamphlets, magazines, and periodicals, any distance, lor ono ounce or less, each cony Each additional ounce or fractional Free. 1 ct; 14 lf. 2 cts. part thereo...

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 June 1845

VERMONT FH(E1VII. BY WM. E. RYTIIE BR ATTLEBORO, Vt. JUNE 6, 18 45. VOL. XL NO. 41. STEPHEN W. MARSH, PIANO FORTE MANUFACTURER, No. 393 Washington Street, BOSTON. Messrs. WOODBURY & BURD1TT, Brattle boro, Agents for this vicinity,' ly29 Boston! New York!! Philadel phia!!! and Baltimore DEPOT!!!! D1CKERMAN &. rOWERS arc Merchants, not t'octs ; And rhyme against reason, alas ! who can go it 1 But just to do something their neighbors ha'nt done, (And each has his rush-light lieldup to the sun,) They'll call on the Muses instead of the 'States,' And hail from all quarters to sound themselves great 1 And should the wonder rise, Where room is found for our Depot, In village of this size ; Near Captain Lord's, 'bove Granite Row, Where Dvvincll served long time ago, Our Goods are kept for sale and show ; Call friends, just call next door Bove Williston & Tyler's store. Our terms are cash, our pi ices low, Our goods arc selling not so bIow. We've Broadcloths, Cassimeres and Vesti...

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 June 1845

I New Pest Office Law. T ho Post master General, Oavb Johnson, Esq., lias Issued n Circular of Regulations, "to exhibit and enforce tho provisions of the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1845, entitled An Act to reduce tho rates of Postage," &c. We annex such portions of tho Regulations ns arc of interest to the general reader. r 1. Postage. 521. On and after July 1, 1845, on a letter not exceeding half an ounce in weight, sent any distanco not exceeding threehundrcd milc3, five cents. 522. When sent any distance ovor three hundred miles, ten cents. 593. For every additional weight of halfan ounce, or any fractional cxces3 of less than halfan ounce, there shall be an additional post age ol five or ten cents, accordtng to the dis tance. A balance is furnished to each office, lor the purpose of enabling postmasters to ascer tain the weight of letters and packet. 024. On letters dropped in the post office for delivery in the same place, two cents each, 525. On letters advertised as re...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 June 1845

VERMONT PHOENIX, STATE CONVENTION. The Democratic Whigs of Vermont aro invited to meet in Stato Convention, at Montpelicr, on WEDNESDAY, THE SECOND DAY OF JU LY NEXT, at ten o'clock A. M., for tho purpose of nominating a ticket for State officers, and or taking all neccasary measures preparatory for tho election in September next. EltASTUS FAIRBANKS,-! C. P. PECK, State E. P. WALTON, J II. J- Central HAMPDEN CUTTS, Committee. C. W. CONANT, J May 29, 1845. New llAMpiiiinE M. E. Conferknck, at Wii ciif.ster. Wo attended tho Methodist Conference) at Winchester, N. II., last Sunday. Though it was only for the Stato of Now Hampshire, there were moro than one hundred ministers present. There wcro several from other States aa visitors ; three who had been Mis- lonarics in South America, and Rev Mr Lec, so long known as tho Pioneer Missionary in Oregon, were among the Clergy from abroad. Most of the time was taken up in transacting tho business of tho Conference. But Sunday was a day intere...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 June 1845

How to get a feather bed. In carrying off oven tho email thing or ft feather-bed, Jock Tate, tho bold burglar, showed the skill of a high practitioner, for he descended tho stairs backwards." "Backwards I' said Larry Ho Kon, "what's that lor?" You'll see by nnd by," said Goggins. "Ho descended backwards, when suddenly1 ho heard a door open and n fe male voice exclaiming: "Whcro are you go ing with that bed?" "I'm going upstairs ma 'am," says Jock, whoso backward position fa vored the lie; and ho began to walk up again. "Come down" said the'Tady "wo want no beds hero, man." "Air. Sullivan, ma'am, Bent mo home with it for him," said Jack, still moun ting the stairs. "Come down, I tell you," said the lady, In a great rage, "there's no Mr. Sullivan lives here." "I beg your pardon ma'am, "said Jack, turning round and marching off with tho bed, fair ami easy. Well there was a regular shiloo in the house when the thing was found out, and cart ropes could'nt Hold tho lady for the rago eho 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. — 13 June 1845

VERMONT! PHtEIVIX. BR ATTLEBORO, V. JUNE 13, 1 845. IIY lVM. E. It YT II Ell. VOL. XI. NO. 42. Palates and Artificial Teeth. Dr. MORTON, late Wells & Morton, 19 Treuiont Itoiv, Boston, HAVING successfully operated upon a variety ol deficiencies in l'alates so no to entirely ca nto a faculty ol articulation, and having been kind ly and. repeatedly solicited to convey information to others who may bo similarly afUicled, lias been induced to take this method of informing those who may need such operations, that he is enabled, to remedy deficient l'alates, Roofs, Clelt l'alates and deficiencies of the nose, giving them n faculty of articulation, and thereby enabling them tu read and speak the English language correctly. In noticing the above Invention Dr M. would also ask attention to ono of a similar importance for construction and supporting teeth upon the jaws, which renders them as serviceable in all the ordinary offices to which the lectin are employed. All operations performed...

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 June 1845

1 Te tke frieads f improvcMCMt in Etacatieit thraHglioHf; Ike State of Vermont. At a lata convention held in Miilillebury, to devise means for improving our district schools, various measures were adopted fur arousing and giving a proper direction to public senti ment on tills important subject. Amonir others I was requested to procure authentic informs-! tion respecting tho school-laws ot the tree States, and especially of New England, and to publish such Information as widely as possible through tho newspapers. The object ol this course was to show, now far Vermont, which had once stood foremost in regard to common school education, had now (alien into the rear, and thus to prove tho necessity of immediato legislative action, if wo would have our youth stand even on an enual footincr with their com petitors for independence, influence, and use- luiness. l nave periormeu tho first part ol the required duty. I have opened a correspond ence with official characters and others, in Mai...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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