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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 18 January 1843

hkhm Xn tftte 3Ja?er a jmliUaiictf tfie i3ubltc rijcrs, jUcsoIuttons, Slafoa, 3uDItc arrcatteu, iJanftntpt Zlotitta 32tc. of the EtattcS Stntcs, Sn Stithon'ti). - 3 H. BELL) Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. JANUARY 18, 1843. VOL. VI1.-NO. 37 elic , umusnn everi wednesday mobxic south ixd oe the beidge, bt J . (s O B B J R. w whom all orders for priniing, Books, Parophlets, Bills, Cards, &c, of evcry dcs ciption will be neatly and fashionably ex. ecutod, at sbort notice. TERMS OF THE SEVEMTH VOLUME. Vilbge tubtcrlbtn, $2,08 Jiail fubscribers 2,00 InJividuals and Companies ho take at the ofSce Sl'75or 1 50 cents it paid in nz nionUij. Corapanies on ttage routcs, . . - $1,73 Those who take of Postriders . . . 2.00 II not aid at ihe end ofthe ycar 2. 2S No papers discontinued until arrearac are paid, ictpt at tlie option cf llie proprietor. No payaients v Carricrs allowcd cxcept ordercd bj ths proprietor. All eotninnuications must be adJrcsscd to tlic editor, Tost PiID. For the...

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. — 18 January 1843

3 lilc house inl . iirm. A mercan KoMon wcrecomprllcdln 1837 to ask ihc.r X discouut ol 40 pe, cenl. on thc.r iLbil Since then forlunc has prospored S.em,n.,donlhe first of tho year thej . . .. . nfthn discount. intercst m cludsd. amounting to 815,000. nmil I1IU m - Trcm the N. Y. Journalof Commeree Abstbaction or the Funds oi-Jthe New YgRK LlFE ISSCKAKCB ASD TkUsT Coit- PASV. Edwabd A. Nicoll. The fears which ,,,. i,n riitcrtained since ine ian: c-tiu- . . .i i . i.' i . T ?r. 1 ,.rnn nA Trllst Cn. ' tary ot me l,ii'j iusuhui.u a .i w miliyrd. The mvcstiriations Have ' i.. i:..i. fni-t. thnt Iie has felon- fjfO'lIIUl "Ji'k .J i I.:. ..wn lun Innrn sums' of monev bciongiug to the Company. n...i '.!, nmnnnt ;!. it is imnossiblc losavnsyet. At a mcctinS of the Compa- I1V VeS'.LTUUY, II ""J c... . ...Vf.u ,ua rv.nnsnv mnv suttain. will not impair its capitnl, nor excc:d the sum of Two Hosdred akd Fobty TnoUf and DuL- LAKS. Tlics-! discIosures will bo the sevcri st , ahock to confidence...

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. — 18 January 1843

lil pOTff iii crun OiLENDAR FOIl 1 8 4: ITl PENNSYLVANIA Tho legislature of this state mct on thc 3d instant and organized by tho elcction cf Scnjamin Caspen.speaker of the Senate ana Hendrick 11. Wright, speakcrof the llouso, bo'ih Locos. Thc intelligcnce from Ilanisburg to-day indicatcs a storm of a vcry unpleasant na ture to the Loco Foco party. The cry of "Trcason" has already been raised, and from the cfforts makiug to defeat the re-c- lcction of Buc'uanan to-morrow by thc fncnds of Gov. Porter, all eycs are turned towards the Capital. The clection of Hig. gins, as Clcrk of tho scnatc, in opposition to the Ciucus candidatc, at onco thrcw thc Dartv mlo confusion. A grand row of words follo'wcd.and thus thc matter stands. Thercl iii Sfl g s g U ' iS i iijlilLMiiliiU 1 2 3 4 5 C 7j n , A R ft 'SggftS .? u s o, iii 9 io ii 12 i3 i4 lo mm RBilo 10 ii io - - 1G 17 ,g 19 20 21 22pi ft!??, u 23 24 25 20 27 23 29 &ffij ti,S ,5 ii i! io !? 1s1 .7 .. n .Sil ti&c i 27 2d 2u au ai J...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 18 January 1843

PEEPAREFOR WIXTER. ES! f JplIE tubscribcr has opened a Store for JL sale of Stoves, Stove mpk, Tis Ware, UoLL'iw Ware, Cacldboxs &c. in Ihe buiMing loimeriy occupiea Dy j. s. jeymour it a"Hat Store, next door lo A. fc V. S Johnson'. It ia a trulh not lo bcdcnieJ, Ihat Stoves can besold at a lower rate f-.an lliey have bsen. The snbscriber Ih inks no goud rrason can be assi.,n9d in tbe prrsen l state ef nroncy affairs, foi the maintainance of old j ri cis upon stoves Scc. FroducJ is loiv, and ibe farmtrs ask Ihat other things should be propor- ionably low. Justice requircs thal Ihcy thould ajiproximatc to.vards the limes. 1 he subscriber will sell Stoves cheaper than ever before ofler ed in this marke t ! His ware i of llic Conaut Jcasting, smoGlb and hcavy. tle has on hand No. I Yankee iVolion Improved. 41 11 11 11 ,1 lj ct C l( Iiotary Siove frora 8 to S15. Box Stoves o' all sizes. finislicd pattein; Arch Pnrlor Stoves, all sizes aud beautifu paltcrn. Put?, Keitles, Basins, Iro...

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. — 25 January 1843

J-n tfifs 333?er arc puWtflhrtr tfie Jjutrttc rtfcrs, Hwoluttons, 2,-rfos, JJuDItc Ercattcs, 2J.utftrui)t iiottccs Etc. of tfie Httftrtr Stntcs, 23 SutliorttP. fj. -BELLj Editor and Proprictor. MIDDLEBURY VT. JANUAKY 25, 1843. VOL. VI1.-NO. 38 j pVBHSUSD EVERS WEDNEspAY MOKMG SOUTH ND OF THE BBIDCX, BT J. COBBJR. by whom all orders for printing, Books, Pamphlets, Bills, Cards, &c.,of every des- tription will be neatiyanawuiuuuu.j. w atutad, at short noli'ce. TERMs"d7tHE sivEMTH VOLUME. YllUje ,t,b..cribe $2.00 Jlail Eutcrilr, . ... -.uu i.;;,1,ialj and Cotnoaniej who take at the oflice $I'75orl'50 centsifpaid in iix raonihs. fjompanies on fctage rcnlc fl'ln Thore who take or rostridcrs . . . 2.00 Hnotpaid at tlieend ofthe jcar 2, 2S No pners ditcontimied ontil arrearajes are paid. cxceptatths option of llie proprieior. No paymerts M Carricrs'allowed cxcept ordered bj the proprieior. Allcommunicationsmustbe addrcssed to tlie editor, Tost PilD. AGRICUMU11AL. FROZEN POTATOES. The r...

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. — 25 January 1843

FEARF0L RI0T8 IN PHILADEL PIIIA. 'CorreiB"Jence of The N. Y, Tribanc. PllILABELFHIA, Jutl. 12. As I MHted 10 a postscript yesterday, the most fearful riols Jiave ccnred in Kensington among the wea vers. Tho scene changed from Moyamen .sing lo lhe above place. and lasl night all wns lumult and confusion. In tho nfter noon, Nathan Luckens, constable, io nt lempling to arrest ono of ilie rioters, was at. tock'ed and scvcrrly beaten. Tho fellow, however, was eventually. sccured, and com. milted to prison, but not wilhout grcat difli--cultv, by AIJ. VolU, who. in rcturn, was thrcatened witli lhe deslruction ofhislifo! jkiattcrs havins thus assuroed a fearful as peo.t, the SherifT appeared upon the ground, rninglcd with the rioters, but a!l his c.Torls -rveie of no avail. Aboul 8 o'clock in lhe cvcning, tho SherifTand his Depu'ies again nppeared witli about 200 armcd men, who no sooner arrived than several guns were Jischareed. fullowcd bv a tremondous vol Ipy of b'ickbats, and adreadful ...

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. — 25 January 1843

I srojects, snd that they wore often dis cussed among those of Ihe forward officers who were in liis conSdence; that his plans then cmbr3ced the capture of India mcr ehantmcn, the New York packets, and other projec'.s cqually atrocious. Bullelin. CONGRESS. Friday, Jan. 13. 1843 In Senate commumca'tons were recciv. r .1 :.. rc ta, uuc . i.lnir ihe foreicn value of our imports, and anoTherfromtheSecretaryofthaNavy con- cermne contracts made uuaiie: Knard dt Navy Commiasioners. A number of pcti tions were then presented, among them be injr some for and against the repeal of the Bankrupt Law, and ono nskiog that Amos Kcndall be relieved from losses ariswg out of a suit brought by Stockton & Stokes. A large number of reporfs from Commit tccs concerning privsto claims were then read, and some of them acled on, when the Senate adjourned to Monday. In the IIotfSE, Mr. Wcller, on leave, pre fenicd rosolutions from the Ohio Legisla ture prayng tho repeal ofthe Bankrupt Law. Mr. Filimotc r...

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. — 25 January 1843

SSSSSS TmrnagSgBi I J. HAGAR. allobslructlonandasslst naturo in iU vlohtcdl TffiufSE PREPAREFOR WINTER. TlTinE buWnber lias opcncd a Store for 3 sale of Stoves, Stove rirE. 'I IX V-e llciuw Waie, Cacloboss &c. in the ,...'Ui5 forncrly occupied by J. S. Sejrnour a ilat Slore, ncxt door to A. U. 'f. S Johnson J. Jt is a trulh nol lo bedenieJ, that Stoves can bc sold at a lower ratc thin ihey have been. The snbseribe'r Ih inks no ri.i rcason can be assif.nsd in the prcsenl state a( .nonev aiTaire, fo: Iho maintainance of old pn c. s npon stoves &c. Froduco is low, and tlio fitracrs ask that other things should te propur ionahly jv. Justice requirrs that Ihey fhculd aiproxinf5 lowards tlis limei. T lie subscriber will sell Stoves cheaper than cver befor ofter ed in this markct! His ware h of the Conant Jcafting, sn.oolh and acavy. He has on hand No. I Yankce Notion Imprgd. ... 3 n ' .. 5 . Rotarv Stove from S to S15. Box Stovisot nll s:zes fi-.Uhed pattcm. JVrcli I'urlor Stoves,...

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. — 1 February 1843

ilHLtMdmrg (Jeopte n tftfs JJajJtr are jmNfflliclr iftc JJuWfc rtrcrs, Hesolutfnng, Hafos, Bttultc Eveatics, Banftrupt flotfcw Etc. of the Hm'trtr Statcs, iJo 3utftortti. H. BELLj Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY YT. FEBRUARY 1, 1843. YOL. VIL-NO. 39 i i HfBBUSHBD EVERI WEDXESDAV MORtflNG xsbtii esd or THE CRIDCE, SX J. C O B B JR. ir whom all orders for nrinting, Books Pamohlets. Bills. Cards. &c, of cvcry dcs inption will be ncatlyand lasmonaDiy ex icuted, at short notice. TERMS OF THE SEVEMTH VOLUME. Viliaye nbcribM S2.00 Jliil tubtcrilers, .... 2,00 Iadividualj and Companiei ho takc at the office r7a or 1 M cents it paid m six monins. Companics on fctage routes, ... $1,75 Thofe wlio take of Postriders . . . S2.00 11 not paid at llieend oftlie year 2, 2S No papere discontinued uotil arreara?e3 are paid, ucf pt at the option ofilie proprietor. Ko Tpaj merts u Carriers allon cd except ordered by the proprietor. All'csnimnnicatioDsmustbe addressed to tlie editor, AGRICULTURAL. ...

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. — 1 February 1843

on'.i Tlie s'.reets were iievcr dry expcct uhrnthe ground was frozcn. Ho said a ina:jcnuld notstop in llie place ten minutes to lake breath but what hs was charged a dollar. It was a placo hero ifa man got otit withn .iholeskiti,'he would makc asol i mi) olh to liis God to nevcrgo thr-rc again. Uo ssid a li.ird party man could not piss niong thc s'.reets wilhout being 'grinnsd at. His friend Darnes had been so rode by lhe uliird narlv. ihai everv time ho aw one come rtnlo lho place hc would scraich his head fur Tp.ir ihe louse would starvc to dcalh. Ran dolpli was the placo for holding their third pirty convcntioas. Ho said lhe horses ns ! vnnn ns ih'v enteren we lovvn wou u dc"iii to ehant their b.ts, knowing t!mt they soon O would have some oa's. No he woulil not waii for such crilters to thaw out, he would soont-r wait for llie coons to Ihaw out. He wmild not wait a moment for old Aldis and Kcarrlslcy, thoy were not ubolitionists if they would let a litilosnow and cddjwcaihcr kce...

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. — 1 February 1843

Ky Is'rosTAKT Fact fok MEsaEnisK H'e Icarn ihat a young wocian was torown jnto liia mesmeric state, nt llic City Hall, ia Lowell, on Thursday evening last, by p- Vf. P. Shattuck, and subraitted to the o-'crr.tion of cxtrcJing n tumor on tho shoul. rr Miihout manifcsfing tlie slightest scn. ,,iinrior suflbring tho slightest pain. An ".jsion around the tumor, was made to the dcpth of rearly Iwo mches, and thc opern i?nn was occ, whicli under ordinarv cir cumstnnccs wculd give accute pain, faint iijfr, &c On bchig brought back to the ni?nral slatc, the ladv was cnlire'y free from pain, and was not aware that any oj) neration had been pcrformcd. The tumor hss been preservcd in spirits, and was shown f m. vrsterdav. This esnerirnont was performed under the dircct personal c-cam-ir.alionof Drs. Holbrook, Pillsbury, and Horn of Lowell, and in thc presencc ot a Inrgeand respectableaudicncc A luiinno scientific rcport of tho case will soon bo pub liihcd. Comment is unnncessary. Lct thisf...

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. — 1 February 1843

FREPA REFOR WINTER. STOSSTOVES, TTH1IE subscriber bas opened a Store for L sale of Stovks, Stove tipe, Ti Wars, Hui.ljW Wabx, Cauxdrons &c. in U.e bii'lding fiirmerly occupied by J- S. Seymour as a'Hat Slore, next dooi lo A. tc W. S Johnson'. It 13 a truth nol to bedeuied, that Stovcs can be sold at a lowcr rate than Ihey have been. The snbseriber thinks no .1 rnijiin rti hf nflai. nnil in rh. nresent state of inoney afFaire, foi the maintainance of old pri- . ' Tl 1 . l . 1. C' s upon stoves ccc. rrvuuco 11 iu, anu iue farmers ask that other things should be propor lionably law. Justicc requircs that they should approximatc lowards tlio times. 1 ho subscriber will sell Stovcs cheaper than ever beforc ofier ed in this raarke t ! Hi3 ware is of tho Conant jcasting, smooth and hcavy. He has on hand No. I Yankee Notion Imprnved. u 2 u " .. 5 c u Kotary Stove from 8 to 15. Box Stovcs ol.all sizes. Gnished pnttein. Arch Parlor Stovcs, all sizes and beautifu pattern. Pols, Keilles, Ba...

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. — 8 February 1843

MBUthwc Xn mfjs Jjaper arr julrttstirtr tt Uubltc rtrcra, ajesolutfons, Sinfos, UubUc arreatteu, anferttjt ilotfccs Etc. of. thc ZXirtteif Statcu, Ui smtUcrt'te. H. BELJL) Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. FEBRUARY 8, 1843. VOL. VI1.-NO. 40 USSHMD BVEKT .'VfJDNESDA.Y MOBNING XOBTB SXD OF ME BEIDOE, BX J. COBB JR. linir. Books ?trnphlets, Bills, Cards, &c.,ofcvcry dcs rription will be neatly and faskionably ex icutod, at short noticc. TERMSOF THE SEVEHTH VOLUME. vlllre ulcrilrJ Sf.OO Jlail subscriberf, . . 00 loditidaaU and Companiet itnuu ai me u rtose wko take of Postride" . . . S2.00 If not paid at llie nd ol me year - J: nnfil arrparafTM are naid. no papera u.ujmm.u iicept at the option of the pronrielor. Ko ;payme&U 10 UArriers anuwcu cA.v.cym. , i ii ...n;rif;nnimntf hi addressed to llie editor. ftlll.UUIUiUii""W"- Saeiiw Com JJroadcast. We find in -h- reports of the Washington Co. Agricul wral Socioty. tho following account ofan eiperimcnt made by Mr Holmes, m sow....

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. — 8 February 1843

ion of Mr. Tyler in removing from offico Ihots who were not his friends, and appoin tirjr in thcif siead his friends. The gentlev r n did noi (said Mr. D.) truly represent the frce. indrpendent will of his constituents on this occasion. No "hoosier," as tho gen. jfemtm hnJ stvled himsclf, roaming Ihrough I.is forests or oyer hs prairics, would atow that ho would notadvance a measure bo dcemed of great importance to the country rccause il might be met by lho Executive ncto : and ihey would s.iy that the oflices of Government were conilituted for tho Dencnt iTthe pecple, for the convcnience of tho Government in ils adaiinistmlion, and that i:o motive exeopt patriotism and tho public good nught to diicct tho appoioimonis to or nm iva'a from office. Un: let him oxtend the cxamination a lit. tlc furlher. At lho last session of Congress ihey had patsed thecivilanddiplomatic ap. propri.ttion bill, tlie military and naval np. pmpriation bills, the Indian bill, the fortifi. cntion bill, -the...

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. — 8 February 1843

to ssltlo this conflict of titlea. As a com promiseronr Government offerod (o fix flie j paraltel of 49 degrees as n limit between us on that coast; that of Great Britain to claim nolliing south of the moulh of Ihe Columbia River ia latitudc 40 degrees. Those eiTorfs failed, ncither party accepting lbe proposilions made. A fresh negotiation was opened in 1817. Then it wes ajjrccd that the respective rlaims of cach country should remain for i6ii vears, each liavinjr tho common cnjoy meat of it for trading, huntiog or settlement for thoso purposes. In 1827 another attcmpt was madc to dispose ofthis qucstion. It failcd. The two Governmcnts returned to the under- standing ofl817, and agrced to yicld to each olher a portion in Common, with lib. orty to renouncc the arrangcracnt on eithcr side iifon a ycar's notiee. It thus appcars that Great Britain makes no claim to the right of colonizing, and that we, by the convention, haveprohibitcd our- selvcs from taking exclusive posscssion or ju...

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. — 8 February 1843

PREPAREFOn WINTER. stoWOtoves II E subscriber has opencd a Storc for SL sa!e ot Stoves, Stove nrc, Tin Wa5E, Hoiu,w Wase, CtBLDRDXS &c in the j'l'in furmcrly occupied by J. S. Seyraour s VHat Storp, next door to A. fc W. .S Johncoa's. It is a truth nol to bedcnied, that Siovcs can be sold at a lower rate than tliey have becn.. Thc sobseriber Ihinks no iJ rcison can be assinoj ia the present state i!f monev atliirs.fot the maintainance of oldpri- ci s upon stoves Stc. Fraduce is low, acd the farmers ask that olher things should be propor tionably low. Justice requires that they thouIJ apnroximate towards t'no times. 1 ho subscriber will sell Stoves cheaper thaii ever beforo offer ed in this marke t ! Hu warc is of Iho Conant ca.ting, smooth and faeavy. Hc has m hand No. 1 Yankee Nolion Impruved. U 0 11 l " i 3 " .. 5 . Rotary Stoves from S to 815. Box Stoves ol all sizcs. finishcd pattetn. Arch Parlor Stoves, all sizcs andbeaulifu nattern. P:its, Kettles, Basins, lron Tea Kettles...

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. — 15 February 1843

fomte' gn thfs flayec arc gufrlfsftrt tftc 13uWfc rtrtw, SUtfioluttons. 2abw, uWfc Sfcattw, JJan&rupt ilotfces Etc. of the IKnftcir Statcs, JJn Sutftorttn.. II. BELLj Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY YT. FEBRUARY 15, 1843. VOL. VIl.-NO. 41 Mtwkbnxn U rTOMsiiEu eveki wednesday mobning X0HTH. END OF THE BKIDGE, Br J. COBD JR. by whotn all orders for prinling, Books Pamphlets, Bills, Cards, fcc, of every dcs cription will bc neatlyand fashionably ex eculcd, at short nolice. TERMS OF THE SEVEMTH VOLUME. Village ubscriber, S2.00 Jlail subscribera 2.00 Individuals and Companics who lake at the office $l'75orl'50 centsifpaid in aix monlha. Companics on itage routes, ... S1.75 Tnose who lake of Potridera . 82,00 If not paid at theend of the ycar 2( 26 No papera discominued until arrearages are paid except at the option of the proprietor. No "paymer t w Carriera'allowed except ordered by the proprieto r All'communioationj most be addressed to the editor Foit Paid. MISCELLANEOUS. FROM LI...

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. — 15 February 1843

.Usv.irbineo orth nsrvoan j produced !y mesmorism. I .!-..- nWUT in ccirtuin staeea ol lu- m-:.! i. i:ot unfrcq'ijnlly pre.col m ner v sfT-ciions wn?rc wc he not hiihcrto j.orv:ed i cnincidi-nce. S M-smerism mav, fur tlio cbivc reas. -,. bc eroplovrd to rcliw, tcmporarily. j!Jrfe!i'n ofn nervous chsraeter. when liic .jnal rneans fiil ; bul it shouM l ed j wnvs witli csution, nnd only when tn.- r.nl uro'of al! orditiary measures remler its ap iilicaswn a. tr.a,ttTrofoccc?ii:y. ' 31. Tiio elalnis to a psCtfr.Ar Viedical in-iii-ti.i'n, set up by n:agnct;z-d persons, or l":i ir cxhihimrj, is dcsl.tu'c o( f.iundalion pathu'ogy is usuaily absurd, the pre sci p'ioiw a-e'inrfliiicBt, dacgvws, or ri-iiu-iih-j, and af:er si.ty-eig.t yer, mes f..uii b.T niit detected a new iheory of du we, v.ag-steJ o.ie useful rcmedy. In ci'nclmion I may b perhsps jusily, ch irtrd with jriving to ihe aubjnct of mes. ,nr;m nn iinduc imnorianic, and bcstow. .-i.t nn ii. a disnrurjurlionitu shara of tinie n?l Mt...

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. — 15 February 1843

jC:h insleBi for the City of Mcxico, their to awsit llioir dcstiny from the hsnds of Santa Alia. Colcntls Fisher nnd Green, ond tho .,;toDcrs gcnerclly, acknowledgo the treat QCLt they rccehed from Gcneral Ampudia, i ;nc tbe'capilulalion, to have been humane ta-Jgeailemsnly N. O. Deo, 2GlIi. DISREPUTABLE EFFECTS OF UN. WORTiiY PREJUDICES. Tha tlarapshirc (Masj ) Gazelte gives the fo.'Jowing account of Ihc trcalment ro ccircd I-y the Diplomatic Agent of ths Ssndivlch Isl.tnds, oa board the stcamer Glohe, on late trip from New Nork lo N. Haven. Mr Hanhlio was on his wny to Eoston, where, on his arrival, he look Iodg ings at the U. S. Hotel for n fow days; but vas at the latest nolice lyingslck atEast. hampton. An intercstingnrtiele rcspccling h'w inission to Ihi counlry will bc foundin to.day's papcr: "Last "VVedncsday morning, the Rev. Mr. RicharJsand the Cliief took passagc in the Stenmcr Globe at New York for New Haven. On apptying for brcakfust tickcls, thu clerk ofiercd Mr. R. on...

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. — 15 February 1843

PREPAREFOR WMTER SBVES, STOVES, 1 H il E snbscriber has opened a Store for L sale of Stoves, Stovb pipe. Tin "Wre Hllow Wari, Ciui.nRo.is &c. 10 tbe ..iMiax formerly occupied by J. S. Sejmoar a'Hat Store. next door to A. & W. S Johnion's. It U tmlh not to bedenied, lliat Siovcs can besold at a lower rate trivj they have been. The snbseriber IhinkS no -ood rcwn can be asisncd in the present state f .iioiicv afTiirs.foi tho miintnnanee of oldpri ,lsupon'ves&c. Producen low, and the farmers as that other thing diould be prop"; lionably lo.v. Justice rcquircs that they should apuroxiinate lo'.vards thelimcs. 1 he suoscrioer wili sell Stoves cheaper than evcr before offer- cd iu ket! smooth and this tnar His ware is of tbo Conant gcasting, lieavy. He haa on hand No. I Yankee Notion Improved. ,( ;2 " " "' , g " 5 " iltctary Slove from B to 15. Box Stovcaol all s;zes. finished paltcm. Arch I'arlor Stoves, all s'rets and beautifu niifnrn . l.tj, Kettles. Basins, lron Tea Kettles...

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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