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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The People's press, and Addison County Democrat. — 3 July 1838

1 PRIKCIPLES PREFERABIi3,T0. SPOILS. i I. P. WHEELER Fcblisher. EPHRAIM MAXHAM, Editou. YOLUME III, MIDDLEBURY, JVIff 3, 1838. NTJMBEB. 8. TERMS. To mail and village subscribers, 2,00 pcr an num, if paid within the year 2,50 payable af ter the close of tlie volume. A Jiberal deduction raade to Compames. No paper discontinued till all arrearagcs are paid, unk'ss at the option of the publisher. Hr Advcrtisemcnts con'picuously inscrted on reasonablc tcrms; and continued till fo.bid unless accompanicd liy direciions. 2Joc t r 22. From the Columbm Jonrnal anJ Kegistcr. O, YES ! I TAKE THE PAPERS! EY CEO. B. WALU3. O, vcs, 1 tal-e tlie papers Their trilling cost is nevcr missed, A Itlinnrrn l vp Luuu lui lutn Upon the I'nuter's list. Talk notof warriors Faust tcleascd Eirth from the terrors ofher kings He twirled his slick, and darkness ccased, And morning streamed aloo the East, On Freedom's burnished wings. O yes. 1 lake the papers, And scnsnnd daushters tallandsmall For thcv have bnen,...

Publication Title: People's Press, And Addison County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The People's press, and Addison County Democrat. — 3 July 1838

A BATTLE IN CANADA. Tho papers from Buflalo, Rochester and Lewiston inform us that an engagcment took place on tho night oc the 21st inst. at the Short I Hills, Niagara District, U. C. between the Pa triots' and the ' Quecn's Lanccrs.' The latter wcre surpriscd it is Faid and after the loss of several killed, all who survued were takeu prisoners. The Lewiston Telegraph cxtra says that the British commanderat Queenstown admits that there has been a skirmish, but re fiiscs to communicate information respecting it. From the Buffalo Journal. The Canada Skirmish. Wc have rcceived no further particulars relative to the cngage mcnt at Short Hills in Canada, though the re port has bcen confirmed. We also learn that n nnrtif nf Tnrlianq have been sent for from Grand Rivor, to scour the wood in search of the assailants, as the militia cannot be depended . . i .. i i. upon, and the regulars are noi suuea 10 uusu fighting. Sinco this was in type, we have received an cxtra of the Le.viston Teleg...

Publication Title: People's Press, And Addison County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The People's press, and Addison County Democrat. — 3 July 1838

The Bitee Bit. " I say, neighbor Snobbs, if yon don't keep your hens ont of my garden 1 willshoot them." " Very well, Doolittle, shoot away : only if you kill any of my hens, throw them over into myyard." Crack went the old fowlirjg pieco morning" after morning, and the Iarge fat hens were pitch ed into neighbor Snobbs's yard like rain. After a fortnight or more, Doolittle discovered that Snobbs nevcr had any hens, and that he had been shooting hisown, they having broken out of his own hencoop. N. 0. Pie. Hazafds of Sleam Natigalion. The Phila- delphia National Gazette estimates that during the year 1836, upwards of three hundred and fiftylives werc destroycd by steamboat acci dents ; in 1837, six or seven hundred were cut off in the same way ; and for the year 1838 ve may already count jiearly or qnite a thousand persons killed thus, and a prospect or having to witness at the cnd of the year, if the evil be not arrested, a proportionate increase to this hide ous ralio. BANK NOTES. ...

Publication Title: People's Press, And Addison County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The People's press, and Addison County Democrat. — 3 July 1838

DR BRANDRETH nts nt College institulion, no monopoly, no c .-tfler, he leing qnile salisfied to rcsl on i, patronage qf the public for the suc cess qf his grandfalher's VegetabJe tJxiivcr&iil Pills, Eslablished in England, 1751. ' cicace'should contribute lo ihe cninfortheailh, aud happui:;-s of mankind." ."pliSSE celebrated Vegeb.blc Pills or which KIGUTY THOUSAjND BOXKS liave been ?.d in New Vork smce Jnly, lSdj, are nuw re c ivi:ne,deJ hy thotis nds ol' p'jrsutis whom ihry ;.ve cured ut Cuiisuiiiptiuii, lnlluenza, Dy.-pip-k, Me.idache, I'ar.is ai:d a scuse oi fuhucss m :.'e bac.t part ofthe H.-ad. u-suady the sympionis A.plexy, Jiiundicf, Fever aud Ague, Billious, -.'-'.;;, Typlius, Yellow, aud ciiuiinun Fevers d . . iii'i-Js, Asthiua, Giu, Kheumatis:n, Nervous --1S1-, Liver c.inipljint, Pleunsy, Irmard W'eak UepresMon ol'ihe fc'j.i i s, Kupiures, lnlla- ii.o 1, Sore Eyes, Fi.s, I'alsy, Dropsy, Suiall ., Measlcs, Cioup, Cotii:li,Vli!iopin Couuh, li-nrzy, Cholie, UhoiernMorbus...

Publication Title: People's Press, And Addison County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The People's press, and Addison County Democrat. — 18 September 1838

THOMAS OLLIVE MABBOTT NEWSPAPER COLLECTION AID ADDISON CtfUITY DIMOCRAT I. P. WHEELER FuBUSHEit. PRINGIPLES PREERAELE TO SPOILS. ' EPIIRAIM MAXHAM, Emion. VODUMEIIL MIDDLEBURY, &jfffTEMBER 18, 1838. WUMBER 19. TEIIMS. To maU and village subscribers, 2,00 per an num, if paid within the year 2,50 payable af ter the close of tlie volume. A liberal deduction made to Companies. No paper discontinued till all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. Cj Advertisements conspicuously iuserted on reasonable terms and continued till fo.bid unless accompanied by direciions. Not always i it that woman is asie ,to fling off the stain which tlie envious or maucious.aucmpt to fasten upon her; not otten does-tne uninter rupted sunshine of confidence,return'.J3pon Jhat "paih bvef which the dark clouds "of dbubt and suspiciort have "once passed. Not ahvays can conscious innocence bear up the feeling and sen- sitive heart agoinst the rude assault and poison ed arrows of the calum...

Publication Title: People's Press, And Addison County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The People's press, and Addison County Democrat. — 18 September 1838

no pleasure in giving you anything so ilMook ing in snch bad laste.' To be Continued. From the Boston Pcarl and Galnxy. SUMMARY. Buneer IIill. At a full mceting of the di rectors of the Bunker Hilt Monument Associa tion, on Tuesday, it was voted to request the mortgagees to suspend their operations on Buu ker Hill untit another appeal can be made o the patriotism of the people. There are twrnly-two steamboats belonging to Savannah, having an aggregate tonage of 3704 tons. This enumeration does not inctude tlie steamboats which ply to and from Savan. nah, and which liail from Charlcston.Daricn and other places. A western man being asked the number of inhabitants in the town where he livcd some Babylon. or Troy, or Palmyra, which was a wilderness five years ago answered, why, about 6000 when I teft, but I have been absent nearly a month, probahly 8000 now.' Two of the zifted vounc poctesses that ojjorned the columns of the Lojiisville (Ky.)J Their sweet poe'ry drew around various admi...

Publication Title: People's Press, And Addison County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The People's press, and Addison County Democrat. — 18 September 1838

NOTICE. THOSR persons whoso noles to the Town have become due, must arrange them with E. D. Baeber, in whose hands thcy may be found, before the first day of October next, or they will be sued. All notes of more than one year standing must be renewed, except those secured by mortgage. PAUL CHAMPLIN, ) , . EDVVJN HAMMOND. $ Middlebury Sept. 10, 1833. 19:3w NOTICE. "" HEREBY give notice that I have civen JL my son VVilliam Jones Howes- his time until he is twentv-ono vears of ae, and I will neither claim his wages nor pay any debts of nis contracting alter tlns date. CHARLES HOWES. Middlebury Sept. 15, 1838. 19:3w STATE OF VERMONT, Addison Dis'rict, ss. BE it ecjiembeked, that at a Probate Court. holden at Middlebury within aad for said District, on the 12th day of September A. D. 1838 : Present, Hon. Samuel Swift, Judge. Jonx M. Weeks, Guardian of Ephraim C Weeks, minor heir of Eliakim Weeks late of Salisbury in said District, deceased, represents to tbis Court that it would be condu...

Publication Title: People's Press, And Addison County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The People's press, and Addison County Democrat. — 18 September 1838

A CONTRAST. 1 ir. nntinm. from tha remotest azes, have had A- ships, but Colurahus only found out ihe way to Amenca. Before Ihe time of the great Spanish navi- i 7eeonyenMei to padd.e about the I a w with the Life Medicine. It is but t.A. t'N inrr l first venturcd uoon an un- i ,:ii known ocean, and Ihave discovered the precious ob- T0 IWU 3UU1V . . jecr 1 was in beaitu ui 1"-" -& y io icines were indeed known when I comraenced my i , search, but their use was not. uy tne use oi uieni. ,i have not only passed from the dpjected invatid, to the hale, hearty and active man of business, but compara-1 ;oti7 enpakimr. I have renewed my youm. l can iKne with rnnhdence in with m fellow-citizens. Does the reader want proof tbatthe VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES are tuitable to hU own case ? I have on file at my office, 5-16 Broadivay, hundreds of letters, from some ofthe most respectable cilizens ot this my native land, vol untarily offerpd in testimony of the virtues of a GOOD my owu oucriuii...

Publication Title: People's Press, And Addison County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The People's press, and Addison County Democrat. — 10 December 1839

MID DLEBUR1 PEOPLES PRESS MOCRAT. AND ADDISON COUSTY EPHRAIM MAXHAM Editor. "ot tiic clo'rv op c.rs,vu, but tiit jVklfark of iiome." VOL. 4 NO 31. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. " MIDDLEBURY, V IS R M O N T , D KCfiMBER 10, 1 83 9. pPlUCE 2. ' TERMS. To mail aml villagcsubscribers, S2,C0 pcr an num, ifpaiJ within tlie year 2,50 payablc af tcr the cloc of tlic volume. A liberal deduction iuade to Companjes. No paper discontinued till all arrearages are paid, unlesat the option of the publishcr. 83 Adveitbements conpicuously inscrted on Teascnablc terms ; nnd continued till fo.bid tmless accompanied bv direciions. SADBLE & HARNESS MAKIDTG. CI1ILL rcspectfully in jforms his old cuslomcrs in -Middlebury and vicinity, thal i hc cnntinuc.4 thc abovu litisities I fWJnt- liio old stand of Hill & O nnd uill kccp conslantly on hand j or make to nrder at short noticc, tbc folliiwing 1 nrticles, viz : SAD9LKS, BRIDLES, MARTINGALS, TRUNKS, CARPET BAUS, nd VAIjICKS fif vniimis Kinds ; Brnss and Si!v:r...

Publication Title: People's Press, And Addison County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The People's press, and Addison County Democrat. — 10 December 1839

THE MIDDLEBURY PEOPLE'S PRESS. t- provides that the ofiicers attending the rcgi montal courts martial shall not receive any com pensation, be, and the same hereby is repeal- "s. The dnlling officer at any regimental drill r-hall receive for cach day's attendance the sum of three dollars, and, if he be the major general of the division. or the cominanding of flcer oftha regiment, the further sum of six ccnts for eaeh mile's travel. 3. Thc ofiicers attending the regimental courts martial ordercd by the Militia Act of 1837, shall receive the sum of one dollar for each day's attendance and six cents for each mile's travel. 4. Tlie adj itant and inspector general shall receive an a.inual sahry oftwo hundred and fifty dollars. to be paid out of the treasury of the state. 0. Each commissioned, non-commissioncd officer and musician shall be paid for each day's attendance, at any regimcntiil drill in their rc sjiective regiments, the sum of one dollar. CHAPTEIi VI. JtUI.ES AND AKT1CLES. 1. T...

Publication Title: People's Press, And Addison County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The People's press, and Addison County Democrat. — 10 December 1839

THE MIDDLEBURY PEOPLE'S PRESS. NOTICK. M,, .-, TTr(,,, - r. L. h. HbWij, Univ. will prcacli m East Middlebury, on Sundav 15th of Dec. at .t. . , i t v J the sciiool Iiouse. Mulberries, Fruit i rees. &c. 7'- I'lMNt'!; Sc SOXS, proprictore ofthe Xun-criea tmi J.'nlbirry PiawaiioM at riuJiinj, n-ar X. Ynrk, oflVr fcr Kuj'Ii" most cfc'iicc and talu.ihle assorinn-nt of SluHwrrieji :o b futind in iiif Uniiin, rouiprMue thi-p-nuim: Morus Mullicaa a, Atn. .Miilncaulis from s il vrry harnj , Kipansa, El na, AI Piiir, l aiitoa. Bnmssa, K-iscofLr.niL.nid Domlulo, I'jramida t fiit naund bdiig pi.iced arcnrrimg to ni-ri Ali.l-riii:andini.-.niia! rixs, Sliruin and I'lanis. Enliinm Kpo., Fi!d nnd jar.lcn Srt-di. tcc. akiul 1G0 bnshd Rnfcan Po aMw I'rlvA Catal.inr- will be wn: to cvsry applicant, and Ui- citic!. i vriil l.t-f(K-K.I tnaity .i.rtorileIivercd in anv irans rnar.un lias iu A. Voilc, and ticir receipt takcn fortlie ddivtrv asdirt"td. -i,r jiorus AliiilicauHs Trces. 1 n "rthe penuian ...

Publication Title: People's Press, And Addison County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The People's press, and Addison County Democrat. — 10 December 1839

THE MIDDLEBURY PEOPLE'S PRESS. AGRICDLTURE. From Allciusori's I'hiiidclpliia Evening Pojt. Silk. Though little nppears 5o bu said, du. ring tlu: ui.ivcrsal dcpression which nppears to c.it through llic busincss communitv, on the subject of tl;e silk culturc, its frionds inay rest assurcd iliat mucli is doin;j antl more in con- tcmpintiuii. aeverai fnoeiings ot llic iricncis ofthis jircat cause, liavo becn held dtrring ihii prescnt m'jiith, in this ciiy, which have re.-ul'ed i:i tlic forniation of a "Nalional As fociatio:) forihu prnmntinnof thc Silk Culturc iu the Uniled Stutcs." froin which tho happiest rrsi.lts ure cotifidcntly anticipated. Tho busi. nes f the socieiy will bc mnnngcd by aprosi. dcnt, liftccii vico presiden's, tojretiier with twciity-onc dircctors and othcr officers. who have hcen sclecled from amoiig the niost dis tinjiuishe.l iiidrOiduals iu tliis and !lu di "erent stnles.The fu d which may b; reilised are to be e.xpended.undi'r iho dircciio'i of thc nssoeia tion...

Publication Title: People's Press, And Addison County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The People's press, and Addison County Democrat. — 7 January 1840

THTBBLEBURY w AJffD ADDIS09 OOO&t? DI PEOPL iMOCRAT. ' E'S PRESS, EPIIRAIM MAXI1AM Editor. "xot the r f c.esah, bitiie avelfabe op kome." VOL. 4 ..NO 35. UIIrfHEDVEEKL y7 MIDDLEBURY, V E R M 0'T JANUARY 7, 1840. PRICE 2. TEUMS. Tomailand villagcsubscrifceri, S2.00peraii; num. ifpaid within the ycar $2 0 navaDle ai- ter Uic cloc ol the volume. A Jibcr.il dodu'jlion made to Cornr.ames. No papcr disconticued ti!l all urrcaragcs are paid, unlessat thc option of the publiskcr. ;l,v" AdvertLeuitnts cca'picuously inserted Xiii reasonabic ternn; aid continued lill fo.bid unlc$3 accumpjnied by direciions. INSURANCE OFFICE. rjJJTjrlE Subscriber coniinncs t!io Agcnt of jSL the Vermont Mtitital Firc Jnsurance Co&pcny. r.(id i!so oftbc ll&lan ar.d AsldUon Couniff Insurance Company, nnd will nttcnd to npp!icJt:ons fcr insuraucc in ciihcr Comr.any, a ois O.Tiec, ovcr thc Drug-Stors of Moocly & Ad.urw. llowlil occasionaily go out of town lo makc survi-s, if roquired. It is wij'.'om ...

Publication Title: People's Press, And Addison County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The People's press, and Addison County Democrat. — 7 January 1840

THE MIDDLBURY' PEOPLE'S PRESS. Ira pie-es is not changed. The shouldcrs will ( tlmughtof except when itwants winding up, - struck throush in about three wceks, and 1 when it is disordered or broken, represents wio hvrs in four. vUhe industrious and working classes, which qi,:b u ,h nrxt imnortant part of tlJfmovc and nourish all, without which all iimness, anu snnuiu uu cn uum., ,-on cannot be madc. Smoke houses are usu aiiy loo smail ; the rr.eal hangs too crawdcd nndtoonear thefirc. Tlie pieces sliould by I 1 1 .1 I .....11 lnnn rrnftA li.l. . .. "...ii ' i. .!.. i., i .Mrafortt!B frec circulation of the smokc .n mfnns toucninowoii or iuc uiusn uui should in all cases be t.liowcd. The time re- nuireJ for smoking ia tho samo as that for sah- j sW.ders, and two wccks for thc other piecca, j jji- n,m .vMiWr U inmraipr for VTL om'The'damt ' , . V ,u ; n tiial is nni 10 st-iiii; uu ci "t."" - ;c j . n hsitor flavor in somc resnects hko ir.ai , p roiiantons acid. Sour.d maple chips Llli...

Publication Title: People's Press, And Addison County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The People's press, and Addison County Democrat. — 7 January 1840

THE MIDDLEBURY fPEOPLE'S PKESS. prosecutcd wilh appallingatrocity and suc ccss hy the subjects of olhcr nations, but that very many of thcchizens of the Un: ted Stales are engaged in the same nefari ous and detcstablc traffic. and that the flag of ourrountr' is used to a disgraceful CX- i tnnt. for ils nroteclion. Relievm-' rilso that '. . . ... r . . , , - .. nation, to assist m 1 - ,1-. ,c 1 wncnecr u inuj lal, wpeui-ii 11 camcu t . 11.. :r : 11 cn betwccn n II113 country aml Alnca; And , 00 that lhe laws of tlie United i iieiievuu too Statcs on tho ubject an. not as lu.I, sum- rnan" and csphcit as they shouUl be, your . riemorialitS rcjpeclfillly ask vour hor.ora- ble bodies inirnjdiatch- to pass uch fur- , . 1 11 . 1 r- 11 ; tnsr laws as shall tcnd most cfiectuaily to ab'ilish that trade tiirOUgllOUt t!ie world : .1- -j . 1.1 AnJ manespccialmannersotoamencithe 1.5'Slins !aws as to make t!:e ni&nce aaainst thtf.T. COIIiplete, '.f VCESels shall be fltted tip I., any of the pcr...

Publication Title: People's Press, And Addison County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The People's press, and Addison County Democrat. — 7 January 1840

THE MIDDLEBURY. PEOPLE'S PKESS. AGRICDLTORE. WATERING CATTLE IN WlNTER. Perhnps it would excl!e tho surpriso of many ofour teadcrs should wc assert that cattie ;cnerallv sulTer morn from thirst in winter than Jurifi" lho hcr.t of summcr. Yet tlierc is trong rcnsoa to bnlicvo tiiat this is :o great oxtent tiic casc. Cattlc whose winter food onsits pntirclv of hny, siraw, aad olhcr dry meteri&is, r.evd'a plerjttful and frcquent suppiy of purn fiesh watcr. This niany do not oblain, as ticarly nll rur.ning strcams arc covcred with ic, rr1 cr.'.tlu arc obiigcd !o wander a con. sidcmWo tiNtaiicc from tho yard to tiio watcr msr pu.cc, through dccp suows or over a slip .crv path, exposcd lo thc onnoyancc of dogs, or to ! pond by othcr cattlc, and rulher than to r.dure this, ihJyof.en suflcr inuch f:om wnn! of watcr. It has'bccn ascertained that a bu.lock uho las uatcr.-.t command, wili drin!: it cight linics atiay. UbIiouiJ ahv.v.s, thcrcforc, hc of e.isv acccslo cattlc'at all:.ir.cs; a...

Publication Title: People's Press, And Addison County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The People's press, and Addison County Democrat. — 11 May 1841

"iiAKcm mngit wnwv im)x mam f2av lurni Timwznm "vlk) Ia--sw ui?ff (vsvj SimmmmK) SjjaE (v vaHsB' JuX rjggsgiP p) Wsj ADDISON COTJMTY BY H. BELL. MIDDLEBURY, VT. MAY 11, 1841. VOL. 6, NO. 1. AID DMOCRAT. he Brick Building JVorlh cndnf thsBri EPHRAIM JV by irhnm all orders fcr pri, BiUs. Crd. SfC.t of eccni and fashionably cxcculei TERMS OF TFj ViTtece saliscribra l.-Klirfdmls .-"ncl Cnir-aiil- 3 wlio t- kc at ta- cfficc, or 2J ccii if iti i-it moatfcs. CnmpM'paon 6:i,S-rn,"r or 1 53 il'nmi in ,-iY. iioilhs. Th'who tak o! ro-rU-r, Ccmrmicfl ant! imlivi 1 i.Vf off t!ic routc S2.C0 51, "3 1,75 or i.uO. If pakt in i"inu. ICopipTsdiaccntiiniw! uliirriM'T4-n3 pild, rxwt at t!ic nption of ihp pmprWor. No paym?n:s u Cnrriereall'm-ttl ex- vp-..r(!c:-! L'V tae iiror-riotnr. .!! comm-jnicati',:. ntusi L- cdilriPSTi Jo tjic et!i!or Post Paln. 1841 enncs rov rKTHIS 1 nc i f IJoat at ! ihe opening of naviation, Ieavii' Ver g,c: rs evtry Tursday and Sat-.irday niornin;; at 7 o'olcck. toved 1".' sle...

Publication Title: People's Press, And Addison County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The People's press, and Addison County Democrat. — 11 May 1841

We-fully conour with the'views of tha wnter of the following article upon tho disastrous sit uation of our country, and Iho party spirit which has producod it. It is greatly to bo op prekcruled that there aro men on bqth sides of tho political field, "whoso patriotism is swallow ed up in thcir party pursuits. But tbe measurc of censuro to bo mctcd to tho two political bodies which divide us, is very far from being equal. If before tho acccssion to power of tfie two last administrations, which must cvor be idontified, the country was in a high and palmy stale ofprospority.and is now sunk into tlio state of wretehedness so graphically depicted by the writor, by tkc bakful influenccs of party spirlt, that party which has during that period swaycd tho government, and guided i!s legislation, shculd bo chiefly inculpatcd. VVo bclieve that n gieat majority ot" thc laading whigs, both in and ont of Congress, are governed by honorn blo and patriotic principlcs-, and if unrcstrained by the dc...

Publication Title: People's Press, And Addison County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The People's press, and Addison County Democrat. — 11 May 1841

I'artv aWing thc late political canvass-was j nsscrtco.opcnly and boldly, again and again, by t!rc lcading men of thc party in both Moucs of Cotgicss, and has been viRdi catcd and sanctionedT"" thc sufiragcs of an immcnse majoritjj he Peoplc of thc Unitcd Statcs; ani , i.s rulc thc Collce tor himsclf gave his cTttirc and cordial ap proval, long beforc lie could have ervter tained thc slightcst anticipationof being call cd to its practical application. As an hon orablc man, hc fccls now bound to carry it oat, fairly and faUhfully, or to rcsign his placc, tliat it may bc donc by anothcr. It wili. costisce to de cAitinnD otjt, firm ly, but tcmperately, and in a spirit offor bcarancc, as far as rcasonably may bc, to wards political opponcnts : and if thcsc ap- pointed to thc piaccs of thosc removed, shal!, in turn,alikc vidiutc its principlcs, thcy will ahkc bc madc to iccl its ctlect. Thc Collcctor, on this occasion, thinks propcr, also. to dcclarc that hc shall docm rcinissncss in dut...

Publication Title: People's Press, And Addison County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The People's press, and Addison County Democrat. — 11 May 1841

French Bedsteads. & French Bedsteads, with and witn- SftJ-nm srrews. iust receivcd and for ulalinrby, Z. BECKW1TH. jc 11, mi. DR. SPOHN'S Siclc Headaclic Remcdy. SjOft the pcrmanant curo of tlmdestross ta' i.-if comnlairit, novor fails. Whcin pcr &evcied In. it efiVclualliy renovates ihe sys- .m. nnrl rlnes awav the cause of tho Sicx ANDinvons Headacae. Thousands liave found nrecioely ihe telief wbicti thnripln nrnmiscs to bestow. Cextificatcs nf ili. !rnnnfist kind. and (roni thc mostre inart.iMa nfrsnii!?. aro in the nossession of the probrictor, somo of wnich have fleen pubhshed, tcstifying to the permanent cure and others lo the immodiato relief given by Jiis remodv. Itafibrds relief to tho ufllictcd ti 15 or 20 niinutcs from the firsl dose. If iL hin thc svmwloms of an altack aro rrtfclt, it nrevcnts the further progress of ae complaint, and can produce no dangcr at nv t.mnhv nn oxcessive dose; as in sucha -ase it would Uirow off thc contcnts of the tomash, leaving it s...

Publication Title: People's Press, And Addison County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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