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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 26 July 1842

gn Ms flagcr arc jmMtsurt thc BuMfc rtrcrs, iiesoluttons. Zatos, Bublic JSTrcattcs, Banftru?t iiottccs Etc. of tftc tattrtr States, 3BS 3tuftortt2. H. BELLj Editor and Proprielor. MIDDLEBURY VT. JULY 26, 1842. VOL. VII NO. 12. pcbhshed evekv tcesday mornig at kobtii end of the bkidce, bv ' T P Ci R R J R . Books, bv whom all orders for printing. i Lnrds' ,r lu: uu. tription will be neatly ana j lo nn 0jd) pa;r cf s(a;rs t,at cmcked ecuted, at short notice. ond shook beneath ourstep aii weascended ,T77t!i.tu wniimc .Having reached the landing, from which TERMS OF THE SEVEHTH VOLUME. thedooi opened into the room where the oo ,J0J' informed me his mother lay, I sent him iMub.UcVi"!"' ' " ' ' -' W.forwardto acquaint his mother and stster TuWi"' "the offi"' of my S'f611?0- the Iatch softl he (inpanie. on iaSerouie st, , entered, Icjivmg the door open behind him. Tbe ,vh take of Pomldera, . . . ,U" . j stopperJ back a pac(J of tw nn(j sto0(j for '.. ...i a .,h, tnd ofttie vear 92.2S. ?.n,...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 26 July 1842

oountry can neverl Sfaio of nalion, wi.hnut acupftt- . dtiiy. Of ihis inith. rY Pans " " nre rvery un :j:., rr o 5hou'd er,'ispd ui,h ,d,s' rrp.'iOn HIIU lnu - . cnlculaicdto p:eWSf i'ea there is repudiMion, that foul ,ne progress of reform now go.ng o n pub c,,aracIer casl hc opinion. .....m r rpmidinl chiYfly bv the Democrats of Mississippi.and meniurt-i.i snmi u. j j hr,Kht rscuicheon. tSSTT , 7. TherportgivetoErutivCUSur H.l qursUn. which spri.ng up during Iho P". d " expunging the records of S, h. co.fn.ry. nnd whieh is h deeply 8. T,.c rrcent refual of Slate legIa ... rPraited had not bocn setlled ten to pasi laws to carry into effcct tho Act of years ago, as then proposed. Indepcndc.it , ofnll oihpJ Pondeli.U the flucturtion in lhc rcceipts from nles oi U.e piioac lanai n . Kn en-at and constnnt, ihat it is a rcsource ! un which the Ucneral Gc.ve'nrrent ought ' r.m m rclv for icvi iiue. It is far bctter that ih- aiiviceufa Ut-n.ocratic lmd Committep of ihe Srnv.f, at the heao...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 26 July 1842

nd treocherv to tho peoplo oftho U- t mav now be'read upTits very fore-1 inn mav now oe reaa upon boid". In acrisisof fcarful calamity to Ihe country, this party in Congress turns a rlrsf car to the moanings of the pcopla for rtlicf, and go straight forward, and sacrifice ibcm os victims upon tho cruel nltar which Ihe slaveocracy of tho south has erected for thcir humUiating obseqitiousness. If there is any thing on earth that can disabnsc the minds oi thc loco party m Ihisstatc ofthe belicf that their leaders are for fair and cfiicient protcction, it is Ihis voto which has just been east in Con gress, upon thc passage ofthe tarifFbill. Ycs, fellow ciiizcns, it is locofocoism which ftands bctween a long sufiering pcople and n suremcasurc ofrclicf. Even should John Tyler veto the bill, it would be this party, first to endeavor, with a cruel and matchless hardihood, to dash tho cup of rc lief from our parchcd lips, and to this too ould belong the fcarful responsibility fjr its final f...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 26 July 1842

I JOSEPff DFAR , HAS J' receiveu auu keepsconstantly ira hand a larce aml splendid assorf ' ment of Gold and silver Lev- r er, Horizi.ntaI Lepiiie.Quar- I tierand comroon WATCJJiiS; A fine assortment oisu.tr ,-- .- n ,.l-ilver Tliiinli es; -ll'er Sppctaeles; ,cJ- GOLD D SILVER PEHCILS; "'a.le.s; Gold Cna.ns; SeaU a.,1 Kc-s; a fine L ! ortu.ent of Finr-rings: T"; f" large anil small , , ,ommon . i T.Un-n.lTiittUMinf 1" "uVad B- Viol S.rings; I " " ' . .. . --..: .!,. T"v.: . Viirtu : Tunine-rork. ; innviLc 'n I ASKF S " Thermr.me t,i. ; together LuuRinu---'-- - ,.n i.nl m a Jew- will. ariousoltifraruci" .". " l nencr aruiii .., Brass,Alarm,and Wooden Clocks which he ran and will sell as cuf.ap as anone crv Clocks and Watches rAiTiiroLiLV RE PAIREDat Ihe shorJcst notice, aml tpired lo give satisfaction. Middlebury. Oct. 11. 1841. do pains 23 tf 1 842. MANUFACTDRING. fDAVEMPORT &. TURHER JOULD rcsprciiully intorm tneir nat rous, and tlie public gener- the alty. that Ihuy will cnnii...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 2 August 1842

Xn this Uapcr arc jmultslirt the JJubltc rtrcrg, iicsoluttons. 3Lafos, u&Ue Srratfrs, JJanferupt Boticcs Etc. of. thc HJnftrti States, 33d Stutlioritti. H. BELL, Editor and Proprielor. MIDDLEBURY VT. AUG-. 2, 1842. VOL. VII NO. 13. is ruuusHED everv tuesday jiorning at NORTH ESB OF THE BllIDCE, BV J. COBB JR. by whom all orders for printing, Books, Pamphlets, Bills, Cnrds, &c, of evcry dcs cription will bc ncatlyand fashionably cx ecuted, at short notice. TERMS OF THE SEVEMTH VOLUME. M nSa t liwtu' o ni Slall .ubscriliera, ia.llvlduatsitn-l Cnmpanlek wholalteatthe oflicr, Jl,7i, or i,50centirpaidin alx montui. CompaniM on atageronin SI.7S rhni-who take of Fostridcra, . . . 52,00 lfnotpaidat the end of Uie year S2.25. Sa paueradlODlinned unUlarreara? e nre paid, excepl at theoptinn of th. proprietor. No payinentfl to Carrlera al lmvii eiccptnrdered by Ilie ptoprletor. Allcomm'anlcatlonsmuil be addreFed to the editor Pojt Fxid. TWs OF THE UNITED STATES rassed at lhe Zd Session...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 2 August 1842

favor of it.) ing in eitlicr of Ihcse bills inmy juugu.c. - , J f Tlfl " v re narks I rfo not propose to go into into ,T1 ultimewill notperm.t. Olhen-who c Zt in this debatc will s ipply nll j ",cv M v first objcction is lo the ad-; - i" ,.:., t nlnlif rpn'sand will take ,"'"C.IL " - ' ,- ,:., ;ht ren'sand inin ol woo., -? - ".,.- . ..n!rr frecofUuIV. " ncn uhu 1"" nmnnr i no 1 flR wa-. maiieu wns i - ,"," . ... ol.icct was toadn.it thc carse wool. wnicu the rice ot every amc.e u , .. "1 ,. cornc in compot.tion with o.ns.frcc b th0 TreMury on the first Monday ofovo of dutv, for two purpo: to a.d the man-1 ry mor.t.,. Let thcse bo collected bj hc ufiwturew. ad lo ain.rd al n chcap late, a Ucg;ster . take the annual avcrago of tbo b.S rf "loth usod cxcliwvcly atthe!aIlnu,llavcrageof ,he wholc, and let that n.th I'ut sir.sinceihcactof 193-'. thc bo the fixcd valuo for thc cnsumg vcar.--- ... o.. ...... wl has eiilirelv -i 1 .....u ,i:,n,o fO0 hundredlhs dutia- .fiane'ed. Ry the introdu...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 2 August 1842

I pityin Congrcss vvliich opposcs itl Why (srv.se their not voting for Ihe tnriffbill.be ,;.uso it retnins lbe distribulion, without !,tch ihry we',1 knoiv a pcrmancnt protcc ir .1. - n4nnni Iip sustnin. tlOU larui wuiui a giuai, ....... CJ Wby undertako to crente jealousies knvcen thc niecnanics, niuuwi.iun;i5, auu formcrs wbose ftntcrcsts are mutunl and e- qtmlly providcd foi? W by sttck to Calhoun. LVnton, Walkrr, Woodbury and Wright compoiirg a diqucat Washington ofnulli ficrs, free traders. nnrlhern doe faces, and souihern ilavtocrats, all raving to keep don llie tariffto tbe lowest minimum ? Wby !o loco editors publiih anlitarifTspec ches, wbile tariff spccchcs nre oarefully e.t cludid from thcir columns? Wby efcrnally hining nbout Bjudicious lariff. high pres mre tariff. and rcascnalle lariff. and shoul- ws like ten tbunders against any tariff which tluuld o lcyond incidental protection. as ,f suchr'co!istaiitly rrpeated quabfications jalvo's and cautions could proceed from t...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 2 August 1842

JOSEPS OTAR and -C'-keensconstantlv on hand i a Urge and spienum ment of Goldand silverLev- . er, Horizontal Lepine, Quar- i lier and comwon W ATGHJio ; A fineasnrtmeiitofsilverTableand l ea spoons; 2 Tt nJs-silver ThimUes; nil'er Sprctacles; SLtta GOLD AMO SIIYER PEMCILS; Wallet,; rj":! n PainV Snuu.boxes: Pock.tPi.lS-. j - .,,,1 Dinall: Teaand House bi iis ; w K-!nhoxes;Vio!in'a-!d D. Viol Strings; innvriUR.fil ASSES ; Thc.m,n.etpis ; togpther with various olher articles mi.ally kep .n Jew w. ,,;,,;, l.eilrr a'sorlinenl Ihai Zr SiiriK Place l e.ore; Toge.he, with a aorlment of Brass,Alarm,aiid Woodcn Cloclts whirh hr can and will sell a ohcap as any one. arr- Clocksatul Wulcb.es r AITiirULi.LY RE l'AlIlEDat the shortes! imtice, and uo pain' ipircd lo EK'e satisfaction. V1i,!dl'! rrv. Ocl. 11. 1841. 23 tf I 842. MJNCFiCTURINC. PAVFl'PORT &. TURMER ETrnilLl) resm ctiiillv inrorrn tlieir and llie public "ener- .1. .1 ll.nv will coiitni'ie to reccivi WOOL -it t!ie establM.mrnl of ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 9 August 1842

9U Xn tftfs -Osptv are jmilfehrtr tfte Eubltc Ortcru, iXcsoluttons, Safofl, ftu&ltc 2Trcattcs, Bnnftrupt iiottcrs SEtc. of tfte Snttrtr Statcs, iJn Stutliortti?. H. BEL L Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. AUG-. 9, 1842. VOL. VII NO. 14. MwUtbmn .rUBLISHED EVEHV TCESDAl' MORNI.NG AT j KORTII EXD OF THE Ml"", Ji J. COBB JR. ' ,whoinall ordcrs for printing, Books, Unphlets, Bills, Cards, &c, of every des--.: .till l.n nnntlvand fashionably ex- vutcd, at short noticc. j TERMS OF THE SEVEHTH VOLUME. . . .nt,rrit,ers $2,00 n mlMcnocrs. i ubcribcr. . - - ty' flduiIsandCouipsnies tvhotakeatthii office, 51, .0, ' l,SOcon!i!riialdiniiimonthj. SI.75 -p VTildllKeiU lUllliUru, ;.( f h n,I nT.hn vpar 2.25. $2,00 - psid M Ihe end oftlie year $2,23. . myers disront.mml untllarrearagci arepald, ezcept at .( iytion ofthe proprietor. No pavuient to (Jarners at ,v i ef'"iT ortiervn by tne pi oprieinr. lWS OFTHE UNITED STATES rassed at lhe Zd Session of the 27A Congress. oFF.CIAL PUBLICATION...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 9 August 1842

Ohmiwai. anecdote or John Jacob As Tm. Mr. Aslor was so.ne years go seiz,- j , nioht witli nsudden and BCUto III- ncss and waking u,. h- "fe J" oiee of ogitalion said t h -Dj y wako up I m dy. inc Quick, q-.:rk, -gct ihe btbl Dolly. cet thob.ble, andrpad io rae," "When hall I read" said thc nlarned wife, "whai -T..H ir be about?" Oli an where, and where, only ied quick rrad Uiat portion J my dcar, about Oumpson anaiae coxes: This alluiiuii will be imderslood when thi' rrader callslo miod tho f cl that Mr. Aslor was for many years extensivylr eiigaged in the fur trade. . CoMMITTEES OF VlGlLANCE TO YOUR Post. Wo would remind the several town and Scbool District Whig Commitlecs of vigi lance throughnut tliis Stutn. ihat Ihey I avi n duiy aiid by no mean nn unimportant ono to perfonn in the coming cnntvst. Arc vou efTecti'ig a ihorough organizition thro' out yourdistricts, ci.-culaing Whig ducu iTvnts, and prepnring lo .et out the ontirc Wliig strength to iho polls in Septeniber. Thete ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 9 August 1842

hnsatlength cr.hod, to cngraft a root of i tfmncss into the whig ranks. whose con centratedefTorts are more than ever neces sarv lo slem the ovenvhelmning torjent? ; It would scem to us ihat, of all periods since ,l,o a"itation of the abolition question, the present is the very orst that could be se ectedfor the organizalion ofa third party. Ve have something more to do than to shield the 6,avo from the cruel bontIage which every friend of humr.nity. and every ,rue whig msst abhor. We have the rights f fiecmen lo I'je, liberty and pursuit of toppincss to save from the ravages of a jeaJlv foe lo ihem al!. And if we wait lo jlolish slavery bcfore we drive offthe ob scene vultuies who are preving upon tha ,ery vitalsof the common.wealih, wo shall be made brggerly serfs, or be roiliug in our graves bcfore this ol.ject can be accom plishcd. Judge Williams'nnswer toa leller from thc cotrcsponding commiteo of the Anti Slavcrv ronvention, inforniing him of his Ecmination for Govcrnor. Rutla...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 9 August 1842

BAILEY & RICH'S PATENT SMUT lcH!NE. The undersigned ai'ter expeiimen- ting about fifteeii years in inaiiufacturing Kinut machine:', and using thetn, have atlast succecded in obviating all defects, and they now prorTcr to Millers tbat long desired ma chine for cleansing and brightening grain for Grinding. Itismi'de of durable mntcrials, (Cast and wro't iroi,w"tb cast steel boxes sc pivots,)very compnct, efiicient, simple in construction, not liable for years to gct out of repair, and easily takeu to pieces and put togcther again. It ia soconstructed tbat the same fan wbich lilows out the chaff. and olher lighl matter as it lenves the innchiiie, forces wind up into the insideofthe inner case, causiiig a slronz currcnt of air to operate hnrrizontally upon all the grain iaunguvholep assage Ihrough the mill. cxpclling evcry particlc of dust as loonas crcatcd. Whercas in all other dura ble inachincs the pulvcrized smut, is, to n grent extent, sufTercd to mingl' ngain with ihe grain, o...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 16 August 1842

Xn thfs 3Ja?er arc puWtsfirtr the Bufcltc rttcni, SBesoIuttonn, Satai, JJubltc Crcattcs, Uanferupt ottccs Etc. of the Ctattrtr Statcs, iJjj uthorttn. H. BELLj Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. AUG-. 16, 1842. VOL. VII NO. 15. s pPBLISIIED EVERy TUESDAY MORNIKG AT 210RTH ElfD OF THE BKIDGE, BV J. C O B B JR. by whom all orders for printing, Books, Pamphlets, Bills, Cards, &c., of every des cription will be neatly and fashionaWy cx ecuted, at short notice. TERMS OF THE SEVEHTH VOLUME. i!latul'''rbr5 ." . ." ." 85,oS SJl"lJufad CompMe whotakeatlheoffice, 11,75, or i.SOcenHirpaiainniBioniuj. ,nanies on tageroute, .... Sl,5 SSS"liotak.of Poilrider., . . . 52.00 irnotpalil a rad of he yelr S2.25- i ', Jendiaeifiiiinued unUlarrearagei are pald, except at tbe opUon of Ihe proprietor. No p.iy incim to Carricra al- lovred uiceptordercd bjr the pioprielor. All eommmucatlons inuf t be addressed lo the ea'ltor fotT PltD LAWS OFTHE UN1TED STATES Passed al the Zd Session of the 27A Congres...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 16 August 1842

mnnt or dutics on imports lo supply their phce, will have tl.e cffi-ct of prolecting labor and augmenting ho .-.mount of protective industry; ard thus hya.Ming lo tlie wealth of tiie nalion, will conij.cnsate and more llmn cnmpcnsate for iho amount ofd'ities paid by tlio pi-onlo, 011 iho imports which Ilicy consume. Lol I.ibor be well protected and tho Mcssings of tliat protrclion be difiu acd lliroughoul llie commun.ty nnd laxes .ill bccomc light, whatsoevcr may b-5 tfieir amount, brcnuso thfire will ! abililj lo pay thcm; while very liglit taxcs will full with iusupporlablo wcight uon an impoveruhed I'Ciiplc. ..... , I rcgard a pTmancnt dislribntion Iuw as a maiter of a very great importancp, from iln! fart tlwl it vvillkpep t'e public Innd oul ifthe volitical markel. Evcr since I liave booii in Cu.-'grrss, ihpy lnve bcen ued for ilcclicnerriiig purposns tlio most signal niii'inn! at wliicli, was Iho proposition of a ditiii!uislied Sunator frnm S mtli Carolina, in pflVct, lo give ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 16 August 1842

Ilicse mcn could be prospored, such is the marvelous disinterstedness of tlie farmer-, ihnl they would willingly submit to pcnury and nant, bankruptcy and ruin, soe their children growing up in indigence and rags, and thcmc!vcs become beggars. Farmers of Vermont, how do you like te be treatcd as ifyou po:sessed but a mcre twilight of un dcrslanding, by mcn who are tliemselves ciiher ignnrant dolts or artful and unscru- pnlous deccivcrs? Waving all controversy, ' thcic ncver was an intelligent people so in- j sullcd as we aro by ilie mountebanks and j liumbupgcrs of locofocoism. i ' 7 Wliat IiaVC 1 liej dOlie fnr Wnn'f .ru r. .,m,nrr tntheton ,.f .hrir V.;,., .,a.nst the whigs. bccause ,, ,av wnnl is not sufficiemly protec ..... 'n...' ...I... l.nvC tkcv done to aid the ,J(r: n,Is resnect? What loco member of Congress proposcd an amendmcnt to b:t-, ;,7 "o,. ihe contrarv. did notfour mem . bers oflhe party in succcssion rise in their placcs to lowcr the duties, and find thctn selvcs h...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 16 August 1842

Feb. 9. 1842. . V1NEGAR. .wf.NTY-FIVU rihls. CidcrVine JL C1"" for sale oy 011N Wood. HAY1NG TOOLS. ORA1N Cradles. Scyiiies and Snaths. Rakes, Forks. Sood Scythe Swnes. & Scyil.eR.flcs.for sale by John Wood. Julyl6, 1342. IVrofiat's Life Pills and Phcenix KITTF.RS Dr. Muffit's Life Pills and Phomix Bitters have long since obtaiued tho high and viable dU.inction and a l.ort o co.npetiton-, -nd that th-y aoqnired it oI-ly by tl.eir invaula ale and almo.t unl.mited cfficacy without the u siial aid of fulsome pnffcry and pretensiona, are nrll known to tlic puDiicanu huoov oo uenica. While very little has beeir eaid concerning tliese asionifhing Life Mcdicines by th" p opiitor liim Fclf and not more than was necessary to call the aticntion of the nfrlicted to a sur- and spcedy jnrans of rlkf, tlie renown haa rapidly flown from onc individual to anothrr and from family (o family, mitil they have long since become Known iii alniost every town and village in th Union, as a wondeiful and...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 23 August 1842

''P Xn thfe a?rr are jmMfBnrtr the SuHCr rtrcra, itesoluttons, aatos, JJttbltc JTrcattrB, BanfcraiJt Sotfcrs Ett. of tfic HJnftetr States, i2 Sniiiorfts. 4 H. BELiLu Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. AUG. 23. 1845. VO.L. VII NO. 16, is rrBLisiiBD EVEsr TcnsDAT mokning at SOUTH END OF TI1E HJIIDGE, 11Y J. C O B B JR. Iv whom all illorders for printing, Uooks, , Bills, Cnrds, o ev ry aes. Famnhlcfs. iription will be neatlyand fashionably ex. icuted, at sbort noticc. termsVthe SEVEHTH VOLUME. Vllliiftiiitierl!r, j.JJ ijffWiJifa!itrfGompnie whotake atthe ofllee, 31,75, or l.SOconrtlrpaldtn lU inonlh. I'onipanlei on atagf rnutr S1.75 riie"'lio'1,eo'' Pofirldrrai . . . 92,00 lfoot paid at Ihe tnd ofthe rear $2,25. opspers Jljcontioucd unUlarrearagra arepaid, ezcept at thnttAo of Ihe proprietor. No pajrmentitoCameraal lowHeptrderrd by Uie proprietor. Ailtnnimunicattonsniuit beaddres.-fdto the edilorl'oeT 14 U S OF -THE UNITED STATES. passei al the Second Session of 11th Congress. (orFi...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 23 August 1842

dle slrivine to decrease revenue by extend. trudinK he elii: nnd wind.ogup w.th l"Z rff ,he wildesl proposi.ions wh.ch evcr r.fred the mind ofman-propos.ti. n to tBL,e revenue by a directmxat.on on a par ,;rUlark!ndof properly. lo thc exclusion of nll other kinds, and by a heavy samp duty oo bills, notes and orders, bolh of corpora tions and individuaW For three days. vre sav, was this misernblo clap-irap gnme play- d by the locofocos in llw Sei.ato -et ,hey reproacht-d the whig for tiaUMg l ..nVJbiil! Nor wew the mw-peoi daJPepoUgh.- on thefounh. Mr. Wlker a .in tr.ed lostrike out the 20 pe cenl. du Pv on tea and coffee nnd Cet his direct tax Biion on gold ftnd silver which roceivc'l the votes ot This bfirg rejected, their a proposition 13 iocolocds. -rt-t lecdrr. Mr. Calhonn, thcn loouine fl AGAINST PROTECTION and in ?'f FREE TRADE. Thcn camo faor ut r ticD iwv rnlhonn. ihrn toofc the rVie , ,,pv. tnrnmm FNTVTOR VOTED AGAINST THE BILL.j) i Thc locofoco prestes in Vermont un- d..ub...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 23 August 1842

hon jjr Snitonstalls rcport cians who are forced to nssume the garb of (,atlcnd, an W whjg parfy of groteclion to save themselves from the in ctme to light, accusc thowool dignation of their own parly. Eead loci- Mf ST : - " nver40percent. rrr. tn nui w-d ... lhe samethingif would havc done u'-u , up 10 50 or 75. At -g u,v "nwoolisobtainedby .i.cr.hg m ? .nish U. Bntas JTaS ofAo icco- r . , f'vcVn anticipntcd.it iswhlly ir-'Sni . ... wboso eamc ..-lilicnlcapttniouiv. gjjBC f - . .t(.rlinn to . r" .hrv noatlcouau- tc vrccl grcwtr. i - rthcr lcco ly the (o rspcrsanU ,. I, . ,!, nrntpclion u fraction. But hnlinB f.ewroUuordcdasilwxgainsiirauu ite' fc . mnke fault .... vnl.mtions is too ample to makc tauu nnnlv their .;n.r cowcllabout U,iuey uu j I 1 w-Q c mgenuity 1 voled against it." Every loco mouth Ims Cocii'SfJ and Cbap wooi. bPen wide 0pen ror wee)jS w;ln thiS wretcir N'ow tho object of protection in relation ed palliation. Look to the following pro this grade w00 was carrie out c...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 23 August 1842

H ERDS GRASS Clover. an paH0' Secd for sale by JOHN WOOD Feb. 9. 1R42. V I N R G A R . Bhl. CiderVine JonN Wood. t: WENTY-FIVE ear for sale by H A Y I N G TOOLS. RA1N Cradles. Srvthes nnd Snaths, JQ Rakes, Fork$, jjood Scytho S'ones, it Bi-ytha Rifl s. fur sale by John Wood. July 16, 1842. Moffat's Life Pills and Phoenix BITTF.RS, Dr. M-ffil't Lifr Pilla nnl Phoenix ni ' rs hare lonr; nince obtaincd ths hieh and ehviable diitinction and a host of coinpctitnr". -nd that thev ncquired it ot-lv by their invaula- nf. and almoet unl inited fficey witho.it the u mial nid of fuleomc pnffery and prctensions, are wrll known lo tlic publicand cannot bs dcnied Whiln vrrv IUHp has been faid concrrninc these aatonithing Life Med.rinet by th p opi tor him- alf and nol more thn wai nccrssary to cail the aticntion of tlie fifiliclcd lo b ure nnd apcdy means of reli f, llie rcnown has lapidty flown from nne indiridual (o anotbor and from family tn family, unlil lliey have Iong aince becomo known in ...

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