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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 September 1848

gjMtoiii!ataui'j,iiij"iii.iii'!j (tiiaiiitj,iiufiMi.i'.ayj'i.i-i-.ijH!igai.a'-iev cognize llio new ltcpublic of France, anil has consented la rcccivo n diplomatist from General Cavai;nac. . Tub Uovs is Powrn. There Is not a am pie soldier nt Vienna, with tlie esception of a few sentinels on guard at the Palace, anil at some of tlio gates. Tho actual scat of govern tnent at present !j tha LVivcrsitt. All real powor is in tho hands of the students. They nre looked up to It the National Guards, who An tKpir turn am looked un to tir tho Dcxrole. Tho students havo all tho hot bravery of boy. fcoodi the Nalitml Guards aro awhwarJpla. tsoas, r.nu too mass oi tue people, vt no unvo aim tha: feebleness of character which rejoin from Ion habit of servitude, are docile instruments in tho hands of their now masters. The University haa assumed tho' appearance of a barrec- i tha class-rooms have been con verted into guird-houc, and the other apart monts in tho building into bureau, whero the i.im...

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 September 1848

553 For til Vtrmmi Phmix. Lines SUOOKSTKD Br THE DEATH OF MISS AUOUSTA It. SrENCEIl. Twas eve lo, In a hushed and darksome room, A Mr ik 1t. with" ihonehts Axed on the lombl WU round her couch, cme tboie who loYtd her well, To catch one whispered word, and siy, farewell. She was telovedrr all, and life was sweet To one ao young, nd ycl her years, how fled ! Two sisters and two brothers gather there, And parenu dear, to Hit to every prayer. A few days only hei she turned In Tain, And longht for rent, upon her couch of pain j Bat Deaths cold hand U on her heart-strings now, And marllo pallor settles on her brow. The villngo hell ihe heard, and tearful laid, " Next time, 'twill toll, to tell that I am dead j" She know her days are numbered, and the feels Tls hard, yet stilt to God ihe calmly yields. The night cornel on, the hours fly swiftly by la this Ihe night the suffering one malt die t Will ihe no more behold the momlng'a bluihl Will then her cyci be dim.heriweet voice hushed! Her...

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 September 1848

4 r-MHMMIIIW .O-J. ii mil minute. 0 aMnMH frfFI f r vlvmije-jal - St' '! ". ' i "ii ). ntm era Hflm i Mgvui if ,! . 'vHMtMCedtiMtwiOT ruin I i a. 1 r i i ,li twir t fcttVa - 'jNtr"iiB'Eit4ft'i ' 5V$ 'tYM-V set i , If e ! YOLUME X,V. KRATTJLEMO RO, FRIDAY SEVTJBMUElt 184$. '1,1. ' ' 't ..'',,. ,.. .1, I TJ t 1 i sassssB I assesses, aeeeeefl r Ull 1 1 ID ILL H I sssaaasa ssssV sssl sssl "Wi ' BBS r -m f -mv ) , . '" I ' .1.1 , N2f l'tjiiusinn) isvunv viuday by RYTHER &. PLATT. 1 O. II. PliATT KUlTdh. OKFICK ...ko, 2 wiiEELta'a ttoi Buttmso. Tsrhs. To single subscribers, 13,00 a yssr. To Companies and those who pay In adranro, a llbe ml discount will be made. BUSINESS CARDS CSEOK6E IIOWU, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, lSiUTtl.inono, Vr. Mr. II. will atlenil to tlie collodion of claims and tho management of tultf In tho several Court in Cheshire County, N. II. 51 3fovUuUuv.il. i ,1' time Tltc YiM I'otnto. The Jourml of Commrrce ome (ince publialied a paragraph from a Califor nia 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. — 22 September 1848

f Vein iU X, 0. Pimyme, - Gen. Taylor's last Ltt.tr. The following letter has been prepared by licneral lnylor to onto """"'"p iMl. mtn,t tililv bo produced by the recent publication of extracts from Mi private corres pondence, and tho appearance over tu signa ture of replies to single ami detached nueationt mUiIia tn iioution before fha public. The letter is a connected narrative of tbo scries oT circumslanccs which resulted in Ins becoming n candidate. It presents in a compact form all the matter bearing upon the subject, and exhib its General Taylor -in his proper character true to himself, to his friends, and to li country. ' East Pascaooula, Sept 4, 1848. Dear Bint On tho lid da of April lost! addressed you a letter explaining my views in rcoanl to varioiu matters of publio policy, lot my fcllow-citiscns might bo misled by tlio many contradictory and conflicting statement in re epect to them which appeared tn tho journals of tlio day, atid trcto circulated throughout the countr...

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 September 1848

Tlie 31 tssl omTA nn Tvcrkn r y; " . HoaTOX. Sent. ii. 1918. The (mninl sessions of Ida fAmcricnn Hoard were commenced on lucsdny l.'M., M tho Trc inont tcinnlc. X Tho President of tlio Society, Jlon. Theodore vrciingmiyscn i very large numoer or Directory, honorary iiicniucrs oi tno .iiunni, aniouicr puiutpii wprn In attendance, .r-fcfil l'rom nbstritcia of itrjpofts, pC lno Treasurer nnd Secretary, It nppoarcd tlint"tLo.rcceipt for the past yen hire been 8281,05041) being nbout 20 per cent, in ndvanco of tlio preceding yenr. .-"' .During tlio year, Jlio Board lutr pent out Si new missionaries ; and they how have 18 more uniiwt oi,viiiiii,.-ii, uivja. Ul nuum Hill suuil cui- bark for llieir rcsncclivo stations. t Tlio Itcport noticed with gratitude the exer tions of Lord Cowley, the llritbli Ambassador at Constantinople, through whete influence the Sultan granted an edict of toleration to his rroiestnnl stiiyocls tlius constituting them a distinct sect, with tlio same, rights and p...

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 September 1848

JL, Castle in lie Kir., I'll M yon, Men what OT,,wt OWhcne'er I can this scene cr lire, Inspire ray waking trireme, And when I ileop, with form to light, lUnKt before mr revUhcd. sight, In wct atrial dreamt. Thi ro'c H Uutliti Heed not InJ, Net yet lhj lily with them blcud, t . To captivate rajr eyes. Give me a cheek Uio heart obeyt, AnJ, wcctly mutable, display It feeling as they rise j, Feature, where, pensive, more than gay, Save when a ri.ru:mllo cloll Wi - The sober thought you set X F.ye that loft anil tender teem" ' . And kind nfl'ectiona round them beam, Hut mut of all n tne; A form, thongh not of finest mould, Where yet a aornelhlng you behold Unconsciously doth please; Manner! all (rractful -without art, . That to each look and .word impntt A modesty and catc,' But itill her air, her face', each charm ' Must speak a heart with feeling warm, And mind Inform tiia wholoj With mind her mantling cheek must glow, Her voice, her beaming eye mutt show An all-inspiring ronf, Ah I 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. — 29 September 1848

wcrmonf JJhixntx. VOLUME XV. BUSINESS CARDS. AUGUSTUS HAVEN, WITH , iiAaiuunT & co., lxroitTtRi axd wholesale dealers ix JForcfflti null Domrstft Drg Cootis, -Ve. 12 and 14 PEAKI. STREET, 2niisl IEO&IFOSS'o GEORGE HOWE, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Brattleboro, Vt. Mr. It. will ntcnd to the collection of claims and the maaacemtnt of iuh. In th v.ri P.,,. 1 in Cheshire County, N, 11. (SI) Ii . G . DIE AD, ftttornrij nirt Counselor at Unto, rRACTICIXO IX THE COURTS OF VERMONT AND NE W JlAMPSIlinr:. Commisslonerappolnted to take proof and acknowl uKiucu, vi ut-i-us ana omer instruments, to bo recorded nrml In t, c.n(. .rv.. V I. Agentfor the -Etna and Protection Insurance Com- jjmiics, iisruoru, uonn. insuring all kinds of property on the most reasonable terms. 51 UANtrTACTCRER AXD DIALER IX Laibs', Gextlxicex's, Misses' axd Cuildbex's Boots, Shoe mid Rubbers, Jtallt Building, nearly opposite Smith's Stag House. OEOltGE CUTLGIl A: CO., DEALERS IN AXD XAXCFACtCREES OF BOOTS, ...

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 September 1848

fti.fi li.ILilJLil!'a 1 Geurrnl Taylor's Letter to the Im dependents of Maryland. The following Inter was written by General Taylor snmo three months ago, but has netcr been published until reccntlyi Baton- Kouof, (La.) .Tunc SO, 1848. Gr.MTi.EMr.Ni I have tlio honor to acknowl edge tho receipt of your polito communication of the IJlh instant, calling my attention to cer tain statements relative to my position before the country aa candidate for tho Presidency, which arc represented to havo been mado tn the Whig National Convention, recently held in Philadelphia, pending the action of that body, by Judge Saunders, of Louisiana, in tlm name of the UelcirAtkm from that State! and romtcit- ing to bo informed whether luch ttatcineuti Were made by my authority. I bare to inform Tou. in reply, that, on their war to that Con- Tentioo, Judges 'Winchester and Saundcri, of ui Larcmana-aiegaiion wno nave been tor many yean my personal friends and neighbors, wrote to mo requeuing ray views, lie...

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 September 1848

Gold Fctcr in California. The last rtcconnls from California rfprvcnt (ho razing of n gold fever lo such an cxirnonli. nary ilcgrco m lo cause oil other Interests In lie entirely neglected. The epidemic cannot fail to prove disastrous to tlio prosperity tf the nun try nml people. The- only truo gold mino is I'm steady, industrious ursuit of tlie common m-i-u. pations of lifo ; And tha Californiai.. who urc now carried away with the prospect of acquir ing wealth by a momentary l.-tlior, will ere long find that they nro on thu high road to poverty. Tho poorest country and tho poorest people are those who placo their dependence uion tho product of gold and silver mines. So it has al ways been, nndsowcfcul suro it v. ill bo with tho Californians. A letter from Iter. Walter Colton, dated at Monterey, July 2, says : "It has been dj&coTcrcd that the sands which bonier tho American Fork and the Feather Jti.er, branches of tho Sacramento, are full of particles of gold, resembling in shap...

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 September 1848

Fur the Vtmont Pkanix, Lines WlITTXK OK Hit DsUTIl OF SCSI FLORA iHO Oaotn Amox Witctni, nont dud Auooit S2d, cniLoux or uioaar it. urn WlLCCTT. Wlut ti this lolcmn, mournful tone, That Daw raj carl assail 1 It ll another father! moan, Another mother' wall. Again I hear that plteoui cry " Our children ilear are dcad Wo weep by day, at night we sigh, For all our Joys are Ocd. Heart-rending thought I iwect Ft-oaa'a gone, Our only daughter' dead) Our Oscix, too, belored ion, Death cut life' slender thread.1' Afflicted parent! I dry your lean,' Tour children now are blessed j Thti holy faith can qrcll your fears, " The weary are at reit" They soared away on angeU' wings, Ta mansions bright abote, To chant the strains which Gabriel sings, Of God's redeeming love. Enchanting hope! ecstatic bliss I Your treasures are In hearen; This faith alone can calm your grief, To you, this hope is given. Aran oh Tni burn OF DayiEI. ALOMZO. DIED AtOCJSI U7lB,TODKOCST CUILO OF GCOBOC II. 1HD JAXE A. WlL...

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 October 1848

tuumout o. ri4ut ' -rt p rnr ,' ' lr. 1 jfj t li u. littMii Im, or 1 VOJLUME XV. l'UDt,I8IIBI KVEUYTRtDAY M Y nVTllBR & FlaA-fT. O.. W. 1 L ATT, EDITOIt. OFFICESO. 3 VIlEELEtt't STOXK BCILDtSO. Ttaxs. To single tnliscrtbers, 81,00 a year. To Companlei, and thos Who pay in advance, n liberal ;boston directory. ' SEPTEMBER, 1848. 'Merchant, Manufacturer ami alt others going to Boston for supplied, aro frcpectfulljr urged to giro their Attention to, and prcscrre a copj f the following lUt of ' BOSTON BUSINESS CARDS, ami be assured ilint thli season presents extraord inary inducements to purchasers. riciicliiVGcniiniiliiiiiortlii); House. G, C. IIOLMAN, .Vo. li and 17 KUby Btrett, Boston.' Importer and Wholcaaie Dealer In French, German vAr.nghih FAXCY (lOODX and 7(1 S, n.,1 ar. Uclea or American manufacture, Comba, llruthes, Cut ler, rerlUmerv. Cans, Steel Trlinnilnre, furies, Bass, '- ,' nne Willow Ware, udia Crackera, oie. " XXOXiXsIS U WHEELER, Importers and Manufacturer! of VAl...

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 October 1848

Speech of Gen. Tailor, At Pan Christian, Miss, Sri. 18, on the rrnnjon cf a JTartierue given m HU nemr, S "" "J "am act Ojmhf. It is with omotionf of no ordinary embarrass incut, Mr Speaker, (hat I find myself called up. hn tn respond In the cordial recchtion with which I I. avo been met by tho authorities of Tan Christian and tno citizens 01 itarnson v-o. 1 cannot, indeed, expect to do justico to tho -ocj casion, ana lcel especially less '" edequato lormi my acknowledgments for tho very flattering langusgo in which this greeting hat been tendered by tho talented citizen who has lost addressed me ?" Dm "lereiorc. offer you my wannest tlianks, and assure you that the able of ray reception hero is particular ly grttcTufto fay reelings This simple and re ynhi;r an inaoner of mcclinit my fellow citizens carries mo back to tho plcvant scenes of tny early lito.i I was reareu irom iniancy to cany tnanhood in tho West among men of the most primitive tastes and republican simplicity. We ther...

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 October 1848

mom NEW -stork.. , Another arrival of Fall and'Wln tor Goods. ALHIiBT II. DAY & brother, Altll now rccdtlng n large Inrolce of DUY 0001)9 from Sr York, making with our other, recently purehft'ed, tho largest atmliosl vari cty of Goods ever brought to this town, jli'css Goods nml Clo.ilt'lngs. Ilich clinngcublo Silk, in great Tartety, some rcrylow uriro. Hich licary Gro. de lthino and other black Silkl. , 100 piece M. tie T.alncs some beautiful patterns, Super all Wool do? H'tin striped ami plaid, Brllllantecns, a new arti cle. Madonna I'lahls, Mottlcil I.uitrci, J.jonese Cloths, l'r. Thibet., all colon ) Alnacca Lustres, Black anil colon , Orleans Cloths, Fancy colors; Mohair Lustres, with many other Cloak and Drew 8tufl. TrltuinlHRS of alt kind. Fringes, Gimps and Hnttons, a ler,re assortment. loo p.. American, Scotch and French Ginghams. 300 " Prints, in new tjlei) Tery pretty pattcroi. Shawls. Super all Wool Brorhe, all colors and slyles. Printed Cashmere, elegant attics. Wel...

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 October 1848

1 '! SomctliiugjChcap. ThcreVnot a oheancr thing ofl earlh, .Nor yet onohalfso dean Til worth mora than distinguished birtb, Or thousands gained a year. It lends tlio day a new delight, iji virtue firmest shield, And adds mora beauty to tlio night Thsnall the stars may yield. It ranketh poverty content, ..Each moment whispers peace It It a gift from heaven ent, I For mortals to Increase. It meets 7011 vilth a tmlle a( morn, , It lull too. to repose A flower rpr peer and peasant born, An ever-blooming rose. A charm to banish tp-ief away, To snatch the frown from care) Turn lean to smiles, mako dulness gar, Spread gladness everywhere. And jet 'tis cheap asnmmcr dew, That gems the Tilt's breast) ,t. ... A talisman, for lore, as truo 4F As erer man possessed. ' As Warns the rainbow from the cloud, .'' ., When threatening storm begins As music 'mid the tempest loud, That still Its sweet way wins As springs an arch across the tide, W here wares conflicting foam m , 60 conies this seraph t...

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 October 1848

) hccniv. ucrmont VOLUME XV. BilATTL'E UOfiiO, FIUDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1848. NUMBER 8. BOSTON DIRECTORY. SEl'TEMBEIt, 1818. Mct-thatus, Manufacturers ami nil others going to Boston for supplies, aro ' respectfully urged to Rive their attention to, and p reserve a copy of llie following list of BOSTON BUSINESS CARDS, And be insured lh;tt this season presents extraord inary induccnicuts to purcli.ncr. II. AX.-LHN 61 CO., i.cAt.r.ns ix foreign nml Domestic AVooIcns, tV Tailor s TriiuiiiliiK, 2 Sewall Block, Milk Street. Erunim Allv.s, William K. Ai.lvk. Cliarlc7l7viiitc & Co. IHronTRRS AND WUOI.T.SAIK UE-.I.SRS IN cloths, CAssnii:m:s,vi:sTiNcs, Ac. 8 Morton Wock, Milk Street, Boston. Boston Directory. SEPTEMBER, 1818. I'lrat CIiim ToiiiptT-.inii- IIouk-. M. S. rilOCTOH, Proprietor, tyj Washington Street, Boiton. COMMERCIAL COFFEE HOUSE. Ilr IlllNJAMIN tsAI.KI.lt, Corner of Milk arid nattcrymarch Street,, Boston. lloard, O.Vi.' DOLLAR per day. Crockery, China and Glass Wart, I'aptr Hang...

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 October 1848

11 m The Personal Charocler of General Tajlor. The National i'ntclliircr.c-CT -rives ' following (excellent letter, written by a gentleman who has long enjoyed tho pleasure ot an Intimate ac quaintance with fjcnoral Taylor. It accords with all tiro best impreukmi of the Gcneral'e character, add With tlio cvptniona of all whom wo have beard speak of him from personal knowl dge. Tho Intelligencer ii not at liberty to namo tho writer, but atatca that ho la a gentle man widely known for hia piety ami talents, whoso name, if given, would comniand uniier sal confidence In tho truth and sincerity or Ins statements. Louisiana, Sept. II, 18(3. Mv Dear Sini It affords mo pleasure to Comply with your request that I would commu tiicvte to you the opinion which a personal ac quaintance with General Taylor has induced mc to form of hii character. I think I know him well; ami, without reference to recent public events, both In Mexico and at borne, which hare placed him conspicuously beforo the cou...

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 October 1848

POSTSCRIPT. BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH TO THE SPRINGFIELD REPUI1LICAN. ViUis Victories! Tlio last despatch says that Oliio has gono Whig by from 8,000 to 10,000 majority ; nnil l'cnri-slrniiia probably Whig by from 2,000 to 4,000 majority on Governor olc, xviili n Whig majority of ll.o nicmben of the Legislature nnd of Congress, olso. Another tlcsvitcli f) Ohio returns come in lowly, but arc most fuiornblo to tho i lugs. The returns from Pennsylvania continue en couraging to the Whigs. Union County cises Johnston 1200 majority, Clay 1053. Chester llullcr, suiig, is re-flccteu to Congress. I'i.ouiiia. Our despatch says Mr Cabell, tho Whig caiuliJalo for Congress in Florida, lias a largo majority ; but whether in tho whole State, or tho West Florida and Madison Coun ties alone, we cannot exactly determine. Lnlcr from l!uroic. Tho Cambria, from Li.crpool, armed at Ilos ton on Friday last, with dotes to Sept. 23d three days later than by tho Hermann. The general condition of alT.iirs, both c...

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 October 1848

If If N The First. r rruscus miowke. TIi lint, tho first I oh. nought liVe It Our sflcr ycsr, can bring, For Hammer hath no flowers to sweet At thou of early Spring. The earliest ttorm thai ttrlpi Ihe tree. Still wildctt scemi, end wont Whato'er hat been again may be, Uut never as at (InL For many a bitter Mail may blow O'er lire't uncertain ware, Ami many a thorny llilrlct grow Between ui and tho grave But darker llll the tpol appear! Where thunder-cloudl have Irani Upon our green, unhllghtcd years No grief" 'ikc tho lint I Onr lint-born Jot perchance 'twnt rain, Yet that brief lightning o'er, The heart, Indeed, may hope, again, But can rejoice no more. Life hath no glory to beilotr LIU It nnfallen, uncuracdi There may be many an afier glow, Bat nothing like the lint I The raji of hope may light m on Through Manhood's loll and itrlfe, But nerer can they thine as ahone Tho rooming itara of life Though bright a Summer'a ray wreath, Though long and fondly nnned, Vet (till they want th...

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 October 1848

IJcrmont Jltoitt .Wi S Jo It" ' ' 1 ' - 1 f VOLUME XV. BRATTLE BORO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1848. NUMBER 9. ..11 BOSTON DIRECTORY, SEPTEMBER, 1818. Merchants, Manufacturer! Ami nil others going lo Iloston for supplies, aro respectfully urged to give their attention to, timl preserve a copy of the loupwwg list or BOSTON BUSINESS CARDS, und bo assured that litis lemon presents extraord inary lndaccftiems lo purchasers. b. amen &. co., OKAI.KRt IN rorciRii unit Domestic Woolens, V Tailor's Triinmiiius, ! Sewall Dlock, Milk Street. Lriinatii Ami, Whium K. At.l tn. Charles A. VhTte"& Col mroRTXns aan niiol.tULt nraLtRS li cT.oTjis,c4ssiMnni:8,vnsTiNn8,Ac. 8 Morton Block, Milk Street, Boston. CARPET BAGS. DKiiitLi.TarriTHr, Wilto Ac VsLtit Tarn. Tv Ileos, SeTcims VALIsrs.by the doirn or hundred, may be had for caih osl.r.at pricea that "can't it beat." at the Carpet Baj factory of . WALKS, Jr 1 I lllomfiiu at, Deiton. FASUIO.VAUI.i: FUHNITUltE, CWtoan Materials. Conilee. llWn,., SkJ....

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 October 1848

vyiV' ; -1 fill! Ffi Y IHI I - Ml I lUitf - : J - SCUS aoK ktr and alAy t Iioiiic, or bo only a spectator." If jou never go in for premium, or nlwnjtfiul of securing one, your interest Is promoted annu ally far more than tlio expense of membership and attendance. And who is willing to hazard tlio failure of o useful n ttndc rlaking for so small a taring? Much more, may I not atk, who wishes, to take clandestinely his share of t he advnntago secured and withhold its pneo ? Tho success of this Bocicly.thus far, must bo a source of prido and gratitude to jou all. Tho position it Ins assumed in tbo community, the interest it imparts to productive labor, may well Inspire emotions of exultation It is an object of too nrcat importance to suffer h decline. Heturn, then, tVear friends, to your hapny bomes in contentment and peace ; rtjoice in the dignity and usefulness of yourcroploymcnl;scck by every available means to perfect the business of your scroral callings) and as year after year yo...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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