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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 22 February 1843

n tftfjs 3Ji4Jcr arc jm&Uslictr tftc SuftUc Ortcrs, ftrsolutfomi. 2ntoa, &uMfc Srrattrs, 33anltrupt Slottccs Stc. or tlie 2.Tnftrtf Statcs, U SCuthoritn. H. J3ELL, Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY YT. FEBRUARY 22, 1843. YOL. YIL-NO. 42 ., Pr3lSHED EVERV WEDNESDAT MORKTXG XSZTU ND OP TIIK J1MPCE, BV J. COI1B JK. . ivltom all ordcrs for printing, Books .n;)hluts, Bills, Curds, &c, ofevcr-dcs -.ntion will bo ncatlyand fasliionably ex cJled, at shcrt nolicc. TERMS OF THE SEVEMTH VOLUME. llajo subcribcrf 2,00 U.'.'l 'uljsriucr 2 00 'nijiials aml Compauics wlio lake at ihc ofucc ! 73 or 1'50 ccr.ts if paid in si monllis. Tjnniej on ttajc rontes, ... $1,75 r 1 1 c wim t..kc of Postridcrs . . . S2 00 it not j:aiJ at tliccnd of tl.c ycnr 2, 20 o pipcrs rlisco):linticd tintil nrrpnrnijcs arc paij vrent atilie oj.tion cftlie pronrictor. iS'o pamcit . i irricrs a'frmcd .'Mrcpt ordertd by 1I13 proprielor AllrumiTiiinirationsrautbc addresscd to tliccditor T TAID. AGRICDLTURAL. The Bn...

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. — 22 February 1843

.liscussod in all its parts and bcanngs. To thi? latfer class we Iiavo no hesitation : nn..;nir we belon". The plan is so roamrohensive, wears such an aspsct ol grneral and impartial justice, embraces 30 jircat an amount of mcan to do good, and Jiras at such high and valuable national as c!i u? Slate objecls, that without prcten uing at present to be resdy to cxprosa a noJlive and fixed opinion ia its favor. we i'irc s'.'M cxceedingly solicilous to sce it brotiht forward in Congress and thorough ly dcbatcd. We hava fallen in with aercral of Mr. Johnson' connnunications in tha papcrs, ia support of this plan. Thcy are ably v.-riitcn, but aro not to bo transferred to our columiis, at prcsent. In the mean limf, iiowevcr, to furuw'i our readcrs with a gen eral outline of the plan, and with interest mji matcrials for reflcction, we copy the fnHutving condenscd sta'ernent mado by Mr. J. himself, and addressed.if wc reraem bor right - for tha pnpcr from which we snippcJ it a fow days ago i...

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. — 22 February 1843

; Hrtr to make roora for sur.ii coniments b uia: xesp youcrcader? riht si'Jc- up. " Your hun.ble servanr, S. W. Jgweti-. Wcoi.. Our readcrs will rccollcct thai Jst nor-K ue So&': occ!18'on t0 coi.grctiilato cur brolhur fsrmers upon a quotation from iho Dostnn Ailas, showing that tbcre cxisled a fair der.iand for a domestic wool, and thal from other papcrs we had discovercd tliat prices wcre firmar. Tliese circumstanccs c viewed as nn indic&lion that more was wanled from ihe country for consumption, biit at llis samc time carefully gave warning that considering tl.e :fioppagr! of so many factories, the want of confidcnce in thocon- lir.uance oi the Tnr.a, Irom ns vcry umul inent threalened irith repcal by ihe loco.. L ,.rnli.q in the country rea- and .hotmmcnso surplus .n l M co umry r oy to overfiow the maiket, no tmportant chango of priccs could be nt present antic inntp.l. A: tlns our saptcn. correspouui.i- vln l.an k'nc been disciplined in thc school : r Mrofoco.sm. h.-.s...

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. — 22 February 1843

., . . ,.,., fmmmrf l,.rtii: , ....1 ' t PREPAREFOR WWTER. rjlHE bubscribcr has opened n Slorc for JL salc of Stovks, Stove nrs, Ti.v Vs, HiitLew Wjibe, CjicLur.M3 &c. mlie 1, i, lin- f.-rmcrly ocCBpied 1j J. S. Seyn" Hat Slorc, next door lo A. & W. S Johnson t. t ts a trulh nol lolicdanicd, tliat o on Lo'cnlH nt a lower rate .jtuvua iiii , fnn tlicV havc !2en. The snbseriber think no I o.o I rt-utm can be as3i,nl in the prescnt stalo nf money aniirs, Toi Ihi miir.tnnance of oldj.rs- 1,. PrmlllSO is loiv. anJ llie STS'JES, ST0VE8, STOES! farmsrsaa'c inat otncr ioiiii u"a- i", ' ., with the carsol thcBOSton anu utiaine iiun tionably lovv. Justice rptjniros thai thpy IioaW pasiiie;ers can bc conveved betwcen approiim-xtc lowards tho times. 1 he subscnber . Concor( Manchester, Nasliua, Andover, Ha 11 !! C?i l-.nnrknili-orhill.Hxptcr. Dover. Portsmonth, Portland iiri i i cni i i t ' i .iii:i uiii wiiisoii uiuiv- 1 . i c -- n". . . ! tlmn pvp.r hnforo otior ed in this m a rk c t!...

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 March 1843

ftftklmr 3Sn tfu's Eapcr arc jmfcUshrtr thc JJubttc rfccrs, ttcfloiuttonn, Satos, JJuIiItc Kvmits, atJinftru?t Siotfcrs 22te. oE tlie JSmtctr Statcs, 23n Suthorttn. H. -BELLu Editor and Proprietor MIDDLEBURY VT. MARCH 1, 1843. VOL. VIJ.-NO. 43 UfVUhiaUZO EVEBT WEDNtSDAT aOSSCT XOETU SXD OF THE BMDCE, BT J. C O B B JR. whom all orders for printing, Books Pamphlets, Bills, Cards, &c, of cvery des tription will be ncatly and fashionably ex scutcd, at dhort noticc. TERMS OF THE SEVEHTH VOLUME. Village tubseribere 82,00 Jlail fubscribers, .... 2,00 ladiriduaU and Coaipaniea who Uka nt the office gl'75 or 150 eeats if paid in tix momhi. tempanies on atage roules, - . $1,76 Tbofe who lake of Postriderj . . . $2,00 11 oot pM at llieand ofthe ycar 2, 2C Xo papcrs discontinued tintil arrearages are paid txcept at the option ofthe proprietor. ffo paynier.t to Carricrs allowed cxeept ordered by tho proprietor AlfcGmniunicutions mast be addreued to tlie editor Post Paid. To cure Sheep skins ...

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 March 1843

950,000,000 of tpech, repreecn all the i.rui.orry and ull inc fabor, and all tuc cr.er-1 fynuil cajrtcity cf scvcntcen million. New Uividirs llie?9 eighly milliocs of uo.:u.sa-j mon" sevenlecn millions of people, it givesi us Eo'-five dollars cacli lo rtprescnt cl! wc JjsTe.'or-all we earn, but when wcrcmem bcr thal lho niillionp.ries such ns Joba Ja cob .Vstoi,4iavo a good pattif ifcess cighty milliocs, it leavcs the greal mass of socicty noliriiig at all to renrcscni nll the.industry or capacity thcy have. Thus ; when gold alone' is money, ami raoncy is rnade scarce, n.id lhe flp.illioafrins -tnon'opolize evcn that scarcitv, it is not at all to be wondsrccT at, thst Rcel Statc worth bnl littla ii moncy, Ihs prcii'ics Farns les', undabr.least 'cf1l- -or.ce loiv priccs, low wages.and mvcrvihiat! down. - iVc aro ihu3 reaping thc harvest &own of i hard uianey cnrrency. I ne, Iruits or tne "oxperiment" of 18:)032 34. are yet upo i uj. Wc are enjnying a few of thc" coinlbrts and lux...

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 March 1843

- i phich.it ispcrhppaloo gencrally belibveaM .1-.. crn inrsnahlc cf makinjr. Laughl andscoffandsnccr at Mr. Arnolu, the au- Ibor of this bill as mucn os mcj picuac, there i noLa more honest man of irettcr patriot in corgrcss than heiV. Itisrnot JMr. ArnoWi but th'ose who defeat this bili who wtfl nicct thfclast possible degradation in tho pubJic estimalion. uLtraism. . i ii -t The polittciaus of the old world Iibtc cvcr been predicling the. ovf nhrow of our frec j inaitufions from the furv ofpopular com- . . , .:,:. molions, and m tho.wild and reckiess spint ( which prevades the country, wo may well . .. . . l...:.. fear thelu.imimont.o.ine.r Pn,P. Tno lmnt nf.trifr and dlSCOIll are lUSl wrappingu'p iuto ablack and rging teru. 'r o ' ,., .. pest.threateoirg ,o svrcepourl.ben.05, the consliturlon, tho laws, and the Vr.ior. ilself ir,.o onccon.nion gtavc. Tho old land roark rarir- ?,sei uPon ,hc 8rcal nnd ' , x j .r..M,m-i orc brckn ov. n, to tnake rooni for schemet of viiiohnry hila...

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 March 1843

rilEPAHEFOR WINTER. (&!PebS S? TSfittatSf ' O I ySj 5 w H &aV9 rnilP. KiiWn'W has nnened a Store for . H . . JL Sale of STOVES, 3T0VE rlTE, IIN U'.nr II.II.I.I1W ffiRB. Cauluhosj &c. in the !i nl.iin; f.irmerly occupied by J. S. Seymour u a llat Slore, next door to A. & V. S Johnson'. ! i i a trulti nol lu bc dcnied, that Stoves can besold at a lower rate t'nnthey havo been. Thc snbseriber thinks no gn-jl riMo:i ea.i b asMan:d in ?he prcscnl state jt nonev affaiis.foi ths maiuUinance of cM pri n s tipoi stuvcs Scc. Prjduce is low, ani! llie farmen aV:: that olhcr lhiiiz3 shuuU be propop ionably Uw. Justice rcrpiircs that they thould apiiroxim itc lowarus Iho titnes. 'i Iie subscriber will sell Stoves cheaper thaii ever beforo oft'er- ed in this m a r ket! cmouth acd ilia ware i of tic Co-iaut casting, havy. li; Iias on liinii No. I Vankee Notion Impr''ved. .e -j k. (i if g l (I M 5 Uotary Siove from 8 to SI5. Box Stovcs ol all s:2cs fiiiisbed pjttein. Arch I'arl.ir S...

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 March 1843

MBUthwc ffamfe Xn ihi's Hapzv are putlishrtr tftc Jlubltc rlrrs, .ttcsoluttons, SLafos, JJafiltc Crcattcs, JJanftntpt Sottccs Etc. cf tftr SJmtclr Statre, Bn Stuthorfto. H. -BEL.L Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. MARCH 8, 1843. VOL. VII .-NO. 44 mht 0 uprBLisiiED EVESr wednesdat MOESiso 0ETII E.D OT THE CEIDCE, BV J. COBB JR. sv whorn all orders for printing, Books Pirnphlots, Bills, Cards, fcc, of every des cription will bs neatly and fashionably ex cuted, at short noticc. ItrtMSUr intaevsHinULUiwe. i.iividaaUaadConipMiei ho take at ihc ofice 1 S 173 or 150 cents if paid in lix. monlhs. 1 Coapanies on itaje routes. ... Sl," Tnose who take of Postriden . . . 2,00 If not paid at Iheend of the jear 2, 26 So paper discominued nntil arrearages are paid eicept at the option ofthe proprietor. S'o paymei t i. Carrieri allowed except ordered bj the proprietor Aireommanicatioasmustbe addreased totlie editor Post Paid. Xew Method or Growig Aspabagus The Editor ofthe IlorticuUural'pIagazi...

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 March 1843

TilE MTIMSR PETITION. Corrpo!!eace of ihc N. Y. Amcricao. Was.U.VSToX. MmiJay. Feb. JO. 1943. 0 i t!io inMlhig ofthtf Hobse ihis moni. a!M",vs vore at o-ico &ttr.icicd toa'ards .";'.'-',:' ofJ-jhn Qaiscy Aiiain. upon :0jJ a pi.nderous wooden whecl or . . I .... n.Llnnlli! fV-?.ttC 1 HH fl. I nfk uvina vorv macn l!ie rnncirance i.i rcduced spwcinwn ofa "fisiierman's reel,"' j js noJ jred, xw sij,lt,.st grund for tho c:i a? wc ttTicn ree aioiii; our sea-s.iorcs. ; ,,..,., afTecIed and e.xprcsscd bv the ,..rd fr MinJing op and dryiiig largc : ii.,h. .; p.$;jent. The . xi:css of money in ihe .r.neis ntinri. 'Ibe whnii! letgnl ofTl,. is nmply sufikient for anv con- ur!v lbr-o foel. Upoti it fta wnund mi nniensc rj!l ofpapcr, ilKt lw f.-cl oronil . Jnuarly twnftttm diamfter a,- ''v-' , ! !!ir c-llO. t IV.S CUrtous oojsci ii ;ipu;i- on f nm 5iasiirhii'tts. signed liy 51.86:1 f .::.S!: ,,rih &.-:r. pravi..B U.nS,c lo R cnaivi j a i AAfi a S J,'. r..-:,, and proposo suM. ...r,d- J wi...

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 March 1843

coursc. Tcrrified by the crucl clamoroflo cofocnisn. against a law fuundcd upon ihe H;05t lumane and beiiificelit pnnciples, they ,ive indulecd in a ficklei.es of IrsiMnfion in rtUion to the subject, il!y coniporting their ytUAom and that patriotic firiimess which lte" coino ! AnA i ct n 'rv ol,lcr re ,nects be said ofthem that, tothcfull extent of tltcir powcr, erippled ns it has bccn by trcachcrv and deserli'in utiexhmplcd in our arniBljthey bave stca.lily endeavored to re ueem every plcilge they gave cvcn in the most heatcd scenes oftheconteft of 1S40 One of the areme.t evils they propo.ed to remeily, was the derangement of the curren cy by the establishmant of a ncal aRcnt up on the principks of the old National bank under w hich we enjnyed the most uniform means of cxchange ofany Nation on earth This nieasnrc wss however inet in evcry furin by the vemes of John Tyler, whose fa inousF.xcb quer sulxtitute could find no fa vor with any pariy, orany man wlio lelt tor thescrurity of...

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 March 1843

I'REPAUEFOR WINTER. i ti i r T nllB subscriber has opcncd a aiore lor sale of &Tovns, bTOVE rirn, i 1 w.. H..I.IOW Wabe. CAOLDaoss &c. m Uic UnUm-i furmerly occupied by J S. Seymour a'llat Store, ncxt daor lo A. & W. S Johnson 3 . It n a truth not to bcdenicd, tlnt Stoves can bcsold at a lower rate tfia:i tliey have been. Tlie snbseriber Ihinks no . cjd reason can b- asii,nsd in ilio prcsent slate nf ino icy aQYirs.foi tho maintainance of oldpri n r nnon stovcs &c. Produio U low, ani! thc r.rmcrsa.V; that other thiiigs should be propor licnablytjw. Justice renuircs that thy shouUl approxim itc lowanls t!io tiines. 1 bc subscriber will sell Stoves cheaper! than evcr before offer ed in this market! His ware i of tho Conant Jjasling. smouth and icavy. 11 i has on hand No. 1 Yankee Nolion'ImpMved 3 . ,2 " " ,t i. " 5 Hotary Stoves from 8 to 15. Box Stovcs ol all s'zes. fimshcd nattem. Arch 1'ailor Stoves, all sizc and bi-autifu inttern. T , 1' .13, Keitles, Basins, lron ...

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 March 1843

Jtrn thfs aptr are jmclfsftrtr tftc ubUt rtrcw, -Brsniutfons, mata, EttoUc Creattcs, Ban&ruiJt&otfccs 22tc. of the Etaftrtr Stalw, 33a 3utUorft. H. J3ELL, Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. MARCH 15, 1843. YOL. VII .-NO. 45 HfUBLISIIED EVEEr WEDJftSDAT KOEKncO XORTU END OF TIIE BBIDGE, BT J. COBB JR. by whom all ordcrs for printing, Books Pamphlets, Bills, Cards, &c, ofevery des tription will be neatlyandfasbionably cx (cuted, at short nolicc. TERMSOF THE SEVEHTH VOLUME. Vlllage aubieribtrj 82 09 Mail -ubacribera 2 00 ladirldu-ils and Conpanlea who lake at the ofBce $l73orl50 cenlt if paid in aix monlhi. Cnmpamua on gtatre routea. . sfl.70 Tlia e wlm take of Posirilera . . . Q2 00 II not paid at ibeend oftbe year 2. 2S No papera diaeontiniied until arrearajjea are paid .ireplat.he op.ion oflhe propr.etor. fio pajoielt i&irriera!Iowedxcptor(lere(l th-propneior ' All comminicationa must be addreaaed to tbe editor Post Paid. Iskovements in the Agbicultube. Arts, 'a.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. — 15 March 1843

a- power ; and for your sakc, fot Aour father's sako, I am truly irill nll VOU sorry your arw .. -. -----: , rcason, the genticman is uu, . ho tiddsd laughing, as snc lurncu iu icavu lhc room, nomay uuvu v or olhcr that Fractical Pitly and the Bi'ble havc nol bcen your favourite studies IVom childhood !' Elizaboth Dcrry wasftakcn frotn hcr friends in the spring; and it was not until c- ... !.. iht Mrs. Berrv made any tor- Vmil comi.laint. relative bfca deficiency of rvanU. Then, ono day at Iho dinner la-.i-le, shc comtncnccd the aitack on hcr hus. barM, iWrv. I havo toilcd and conlrivcd evcry wav, lhrough this long summcr, to avts vau "rrom any additior.al expcnse ; but I nnnVet nlonz no longcr in Ihis manner; .!.. -rr,nt WC fflUSt liaVC. 'Anothcr scrvant!' said Mr. "erry ivi... :, nnnihrr scrvant necessary I The familv is surcly no larger than it has bccn; than ivhy cannotthe samc number oS hands pcrmrm the labour as iormcry i i.a.u j.m, my dcar, bccn called on to do more than US I...

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 March 1843

rasin thc currency by tho stream of spccie -. . . r u nliicli is sitlwg to our country from all re- gions vlsiled by out commercc, and buoy. inr us un from sinkin2 mto still lower depllis of ruin to which we have been rap- p " idly hsstcning. J011N TYLER AND THE UNITED STATES SENATE. Hardly had accident enthroneu Jolin Ty- ler in the Presidcutial cbair, before a "ccr- tain clique ofsecond rato politicians, who a- inidst the mighty minds of the whig party conld not otherwise hope for eleration, re solved to make him the ladder of their am bition. These worlhies soon bcgan to wwd nrouiul the cxecutive mansion. They gain- cd the ear of the weak nnd susceptiblc occu- pant, and by their flatlcries easily saiisneu him thathc was tbe idcntical great man who should be thc next Presidcnt, andthemselves thc fittest instruments of his ainbition, and iharers ofhis power. Inflated with these i.i .,.,:,..:,. hU nrcidpnpv hns imno n. ... . hcad. The intcrcsts ot 17 millions offrec inen Iiave been ...

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 March 1843

DENTiSTRF. K. BARUIS. SURGEON DENTIST. WOULD rxpress Iiis crati:de lo the pi-hl c for ihe paimnase wlnrh bas been !.o lihcr.ili besiowrd U..m liiin. and trus'.s tn-l I.U skill aud enlarged experteoce w.li secure a confnuance "i n- He would r.s-ure the public ihai he bao eer c .de -vured to kf? un wii al. the irnrrowinents m llie srieuce of Ur.Ti.m-, by -rquain-llit' liwin-ir . l ... ...... qml ltr nnr. respondmce w th d stinsuts -ed p.-actit'i'neri tl.at skiTcl deulisl Dr W.ittriiii.re of Bostc-n, , il.r ail ofinakms! ihe l.ot.n amalgcm wnirn Jjis recentv been so liappily a op'i-l imo the jir.icii.-e "f llie profe5!"n in Bo-ton, New YofK an l otb. r lacc, and hns b-tn ihe Grt to int -oductf it i"to this regiou. So complete Iv diei ' is rompoiiion tlii U ihe toolh,tliat t"iO-e II t er") btcouie lendct and u-cless. I)V b. in2 pwperly cltm-rd and fi led. may be .prrserved. and so ns-tor'd. tliat he po$e?sor ian ma-siicite his lood with as much faciliiy -ai thouzh no .lerrct exisir'. . ...

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. — 22 March 1843

ttftlebttr Xn thts 33aper are imtrttsftelr tfie EuWfe rtrcrs, Krsoluttons. 3latos, ftu&Itc Srrsitfcs, iJanfcntpt Soti'ccs Etc. of thr Snttrt Stntcs, 23n authortt. H. JBELL, Edifor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. MARCH 22, 1843. VOL. VII .NO. 46 XORT1I EXD OF TIIE BBIDOE, BT J. COBB JR. y ruom au oraers lor pnnuug, ,'imphlets, Bill9, Cards, &c.,of every des jiption will be ncatlyandfashionabiy ex .cutcd, at short notice. TERMS OF THE SEVEHTH VOIUME. nilage snhscribers ?2.00 llail nibscjribera, . . . i UU IiJin'Jualj and Conp.inica who lake at the offico Sl'7oorl50 cents if paid in six montln. Compmies on stngc routes, . . . $1,75 , sanction protcclion, except such as tnciden Xhore who takc of Posiridcrs . . . 2 00 tally nrises from the raisinc ofa revenue: If not paid at il.end oni.c jear z, . uceptat the optionoflhc proprietor. So paymel t t) CArrier. allowc.1 . xcept ordered bj ih-proprietor , UU pnircm iiiwiuiuinii - s i .Iconira'micationsraustbe addresscd toineeciiior ror ...

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. — 22 March 1843

if Con- cress.at' this present scssion, should adopl tophn for faciliating the financial opera. tions ofthe Government, and lmprovwg t!,c currcncy of thc country." Tho President cannot more deeply regret than the committee the want of such a plan. This, at the first meeting of the present CoiiTess, was deemed the leading and par. amount object of rclief for thc country. Experiment afier experiment had bcen tn.. ed forseveral years, which afforded no re lief to a sufTering community, until fornicr prejudices scemed tobcraerged in a feeling of universal distrcss. and a conscqucnt de termination to abandon all further expcrr .fo n ihis vital subiect, and return to those mcasures that the experience ofrhalf a cenlury liad demonstratcd to be best cal culated to cffect the desircd object. Hence the carly action of this Congress on this all important suhject, and tlicir repeated eflbrts to cfFcct it wilhout abandoning the great leading principles of a plan tlmt experience Jiad sanctioned. ...

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. — 22 March 1843

Itnowledgo nothing but tho weakest k!nd of irxidental protection, and curse tho tarifTo'" llie last session, becaasc il is insufficient. ahhough if !cft to their own parly, it would have been diluted to nothiug. These at tcmpts of ihe leaders of his party to mistify and distort eo as to conceal the unpalatable Iruih that they nro thc cncmies ofprotec- lion in their zeal to subseivo their southcni allifs, Mr. Stearns very properly characler. izcs as miscrablc humbuggcry. In an ar. ticlo in the last week's Plowman he goes on translating himself and his party into a lan- guage whicli can bo read and understood by all men. No one can dispute that tho pic turo which ho deliniatcs of the inconsislen. cy, treachery, and unnatural posin'on ofthe nrpurfo dnmocrncv is true to the life. After complaining ofthe withdrnwal cf patronago becauso some paragraphs from tho Boslon Tost unfavorabie to a protective tariff had found their way into his paper, he says : Nothing is evcr gaincd by cheating o...

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. — 22 March 1843

11UA thptMS SURGEON DENTIST. W have unscttle.l accounis, thata settU H AKiilS. auivtjc."- ' lnent mcst be made without delay of all a- - . ' nnts thnt have becn 3 months standin. OULD express n s g" - pi.utc oriue." .- becn so libewlty ues.ow.u ur . u. - Irusts tunt M5 skiu anu cui",i" "i- . - i -11 1 ' nrnnPnCe -vli securc a. contimiance i n. ,!,.. niJ.lir ihat he has evi'roude.vored j ke.-) un witii all the imrrovements m the ' . -f iiniUtrr. bv acouaiQlinu lilinseii : witiiiht inostrrcentpufaIicalion,andby cor.; re&panJtnce with uis'.mguis'.ed nractiiii'ncri r-1IE Cupartncrshipheretoforrcxisting un ,,, the ii::es. He last spnu;; purchased . ol J. aer the fitm of A- fc V. S. Johnson is ihauKfddeiilisl Dr W liiltemure ol uosicn, ,., :i i orraakinir llie (Jot-n Amalccm wlncli i recea-.V been so happily 'opied tmo the - iir-cnce t'l ine proiessmu m uusiuu, y Vo k nnd otht-r places, nnd bas bsrn llie first iiimiiiiii intn ihi resion. So complete !v iloei ihis compobilion shiild ll...

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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