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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 7 June 1843

fokbm a 5K?rcfcIj Journnl, Bcfcotrlr to JJoIftfcs, 3lttrr,iturc, aarfculturr, fHoraltti?, CJrtirr.nl Xntrlltccncr ntto jFamtln ItKiiJtnft. H. JBELL, Editor and Proprictor. MIDDLEBURY VT. JCJNE 7, 1843. VOL. VI1L-NO. 5 Jffi 13 rBBLISHED EVEE? WEDNESDAY SIOENIKG SOUTH E.VS OF THE JtltlDGE, BY J. COBB J R. bv whom all ordcrs for printing Books Pjmphluts, Bills, Cards, &c, of cvcry des cription will be ncatly andfashionably cx ecutcd, at short nolice. rllage Jubjcriberi. S- 00 Mail -iibfcril-era 2 00 laimdualj and CompanieJ who take at tlie office ( Sl'7.-or 130 ccntsilpaU in slx moDliis. Tii e ! t.ikcof roflriltrs . . .82 03 II no. paid at ihecnil ol me yc.-ir No piper licoMlinnpJ until arreaMgn nre paid txrcplatthiioptinnolllippropricior. no pajraeiii to Cirrirrn all nvctl xccpt onloird by tli propriclor " Allciiiniii inicationsiaustbc aJdresied to tlic editor Tost I'aiu. I AGRICULTURAL. SllKEP. '.Vasiiiug ofsheop is now gcncrally prac. ticcd, as il is wcll known that ihe wool is ...

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. — 7 June 1843

Frosi l!io Sr Louii Old Srhoil Democrat. MOTTO. Tlic tnottu ofhis Humbngthtp i oneofthc inixl lenmiful,iciiibtcand pntriufic mnttoes Wc hivc cver cccii. " U.NlOX, tUUMOXY.fXLF DEJflAt CDMCE5- n.r; evert tinng for cicse, hhtiiixg rrwMEs!'1 Cnii biiv tliinz be found mora niipmuri-ttc tliarrthl morc renerous? morc m.l.le? ...ore .lcmncraiic? Bv wifen" wc J iitttliTjtiuiilihatalMiil! tmite up.m Vn Du- ren furthc next Prcsidont .' liy " harm-.ny" t mount thnt cil good de'nocrat.s sliull har moiiizc in his suppurt: By " sdf-dcni il" is uniliTtooil tliat every other ili-tinguished Iemu.rat shnll ilcny Ihnt his own claims nro 10 Ira wcihed ntall, in the'scala ngainst Vmi JSuren lly concisnon ' is mcanc insiwc ,i- .1.-. wliolc ilemocrat.c parlvslinll roi "IIUIM ill 11HA.1 il lt.lll flltin . .... . hn. il,o d'mnnM i,re..cnt nnd II, ntnn rhp imn,nt nnMnceiivc claims t the Presidency 1 By every tl.ing or the cauit" is underctoo I thatall good dcmocrats hhall do errry thinjf for the grcat cauc o...

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. — 7 June 1843

The negligcrce ofthe officers whose du tv it is lo cancel the Treasury noles when r'eceived on government account, is ivhjlly inexcusable. Somc mark shonld be pulup on them which wouM tcndcrit impcssiblc for thcin to bo impnscd upon l!io most un. si specling. We liavc heard but one opin ioii ns lothe moialobligation ofllie govcrn. ir.cnt 10 pay ihe uncancellcd notcs wliich wcrc ololcnat New Orleans and wliich iiavc bcen taken by innoccnt pariies. Wc prcsuwe ihal ihe Srcrctary of ihe Treasury is not authorizcd lo do lliis withuut a law of Congrcss, wliich we do not doubt ho will rccommend al oncr. Thc Locoroco CoxvESTiosf. The con troversy with respect to the time of hold ing thc Convention, is still kept up by the two grcat pictions nf Locofocoism ; com prifing the fricnds of Martin Van Buren on one ficle. and John C. Calhoun on Ihe olh cr, r.idcd by the stnall fry of Tylcrism, who also prctend to havc a voice in the maltcr. Thc points al issue arc ivhelher the Con. vcnlion eliall m...

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. — 7 June 1843

3SS gt - -Twa TO THE AiUERICAN PUBLIC. 1MPROVE.MENT in whalerer regards thfl hapi.ir.cs and wclfare of .ur race is coiislanty on the marcli to pcrfeclicn, nnd iih ac.li fUC c..dingJay sotc new -ro!.lcni i S'.Ivcd. or n.me i.rcfi.und srrrct leTcaldi. fcavin an nn tort.ntand diicct hcaring oi'r min nishost dtinios. If ws lake a telrospiclive v;rw ..Ter :l,e psst twunty veau. h"w ' ""n"- r"c ith wondei! Whal rapiU tti.lcs lias scirnce intdo in cv-ry d l'arlmer.t tf civiliicd lif.! par ticulailv 111 liial whichrelales lo llio knowletIg& of the huir.an sy.tem in heallh and disease. Ilow val.ial.lt! and indit-ptnsal.le arc Ihe cnrative mcans r-cenlly oiscovered ihrr.iigh the agei.cy of chrniiitry! Ilow does tlie iinagination kindle ai.d our imsglnalion glow al tlie ing-nuity, lio licar appioach lo tlm slatlditd of peil'i ction, ol :he reer.t liim! 'I'lirongli ihc clabnrate invcs t'ga'ions T I'hyn'olosy, or Ihc sc'ence of LIFE, aiid tlie Palho'niy of preva'rnt deicaes, iin.ch valuat.li...

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. — 14 June 1843

8 2ecfel2 Journal, Bcboteir to JJoIttfrs, Hfterature. Sforfcttltttix, .fHoralttu, CScneral Xntcllfscncc anttiFamnn 2icatnir. H. UEIiLu Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT.t:JUNE 14, 1843. vol. viir.-isro. 6 tj PDBLISHED EVEKJ WEDNESDAY 3IOENING SOET EXD OF THE BI5IDGE, BV J. C 0 B B JR. by whom all orders for printing Books Pamphlets, Bills, Uards, &c, of every dcs, tription will be neatly and fasbionably ex i j t-i.. ecutcd, at short notice. 82,00 2.00 Village lubscriberftt Ma.ii subscnbers. Tbo?ewl.otaUof Po5ir!derS . . . $2,00 If not paid at iliend ofthe jear 2, 25 , Ko papcrs disconiimied until arrcaraRes are paid iceptatthe option ofihe proprietor. No paymert to Carriers allowcd except ordcred bj the proprietor ' AHcommmicationsinustbe addressed to the editor 1 ToST PAID. MISCELLANEOUS. THE COURSE OF TIME. Oh! let the eoul tta ilarober breakf Arouse iu sensea and awake, To eee how soon Lifr with iu glories, glides away. And the stern foottteps of decay Come stealing on. Ho...

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. — 14 June 1843

ing lhe forcgoing leltcrs inTulI. Wc'howcv. fr?h:ivo given tlie substancp tbc official ro-rcpondcuco will bo publisbeJ to-mor-row. 3!r. V. tf. Marshfcll. who cnmo bearcr of Ies"nches from the Arr.crican Consul to our Government. and from lhe K'ng ofi.hc S.indwich lslands to hor British Mj?st7. had iho p-ilitcncss also 16 fun.Ub U3 vrrbally wilh many oftho pirticiilars nf lhe cnplure, nnd nf ihc cirrumsianccs wluc'i precceded it m weli as ith many inlerpsling farls rela livo to Ibo hitp-ry and affiirs ofthe lslands. Tiipsc we shall give uhcii wenre less press cd f ir spacc. Our inf-irma ion wis i.icor.-ect in thi par ticulurs :b .t the Atr.erican consul had b'cn iii.sultcd by tlie Britiih comman fr. Il was liio Frenp'i Consul who expcrienccd ibo n dignitv, and bo bad iOiit an rx? e to Ad miral Dupipr, commandirg at iho Alarqne-r-is croup, stating tlie ciptu oof iho SjijI wich Mands by tho liritish, nnd ibo indig. mty which Ind been offrrrd throimh bim to llio Fieiich Government. 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. — 14 June 1843

Englisii WUS lOuna Ull ouuuay laai lil wiu uuuj' uc- f i C7.... .1 ut : it,n i low l!ie fslls i"o this village, and so decayed and defaccd as to rendcr its recognition uN tcrly in)possibIa exccpt by Iiis gnrmems. Tho satne day 1119 rcmair.s cre tukcn to il.c Methodist church, and after suitablo fu ncral solcmnitics, wcre inlcrrcd in ihe bury- i-round. The boJv of his son, drowncd nt " . . - . 'Jr, tbe same itmc, has not bcen luund. 1 ney were drowncd on the 20th ofApril last. . ,i.r.T ,riv OOL AGAIN. Firdin" our snbscribcrs tired ol tlio dis- cussion of the tariffon wool with Mr. Jew- ctt, uhich we comiiiucu uL-ti inicr nccit 111 tlic Peoples Press, wc concluded to end it for the jircsent. Mr. Jewctt however stil continucd to prcss hiscompositions upon us, uhich proveil little clse than reiterations of hisformercoramuuications, regirdless ol the cnmplctc rcfutations wc had given tliem. We adhcrc to our rcsolution, and wc next iind S. W- J. in the columns ofevery locofo' copaperin th...

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. — 14 June 1843

Taiioring. THE subsrribtr lespectfully gives noiice ihal he cntinucs the Tai lurin: business aiid is at all timrs in rendiness lo aliend to all nrders wilh whi.-Ii .V nyiy be lavorcd in l-is line. lU eipeiiriiceanJ succrss as a cutlrr, and cmploying the best of w-rkmrn cnables him to roalie all fcinrfs of gar- menis in i manner lo cive ent re sralisfaclian- He a!o avails him'elf oi'thls oppiirlu'iitvr jrV I'ulty o ack tiowleuce ll e liberal encouran'irient he has received sii ce coirmencing business. Thc latcstFASHrONS just rcceived. R L. FULLER. May 15, 1S43. 3 itill Cheapei? - A. FRANCIS, BfS reeriving the Lirge.t, Ciieapest axd JS- BEST stock of rrer beforr putehated by Iitm. and teliieh tcere bougfil xcithcath at much hwer pricet Iban ever btlore heard of. Tliove persons na'iling, will rfo wcll to rall brfoie piirrl asirif ; as they will fii.d Gccds lccer then Ihey txpeet,auii tl f y will have ihe benrfit i.f a laige sl. ck lo sclecl lr m. "ffOU SHEUMAN'S LOZENGES, D- and well 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. — 21 June 1843

mwmtbmn & gffctfcIg,fftmmgJ, atbotca to JJoIfttw, Xfteraturr. srflrfculture, 5oraltts, CScncral EntriUflcnce arrtr 4Fam(ln ItcaWnn. H. -BELiLo Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT.JJNE 21, 1843. VOL. VI1I.-NO. 7 is rnBLisnED EVEnr wednesdat JIOENIKO tlltJ Iand ofMr. I, commenced gardenmg on a Iargo scale, and formed an imtncnsc bed kortii esd of tiie bridge, by ' cf campost in tho lane. This hcap was J . C O B B J R made up oJ" an!ma' aDl1 vegetablo inatters, nnd from receiving constant additions is con by whora all ordors for printing Books ,!tiua"y undergoiog fermentation, and the Pamph.ets :,BtI.s,Cards, &c. ofeverydcs 1 'J .............- J ccutcd, at short noticc. Village snWriberf $2,00 Mail snbscribers 2,00 lodiriduals and Companies nho take at the office $l'7oor V50 ccmsifpaid in six months. Those who take of Postriders ... $2,00 If not paid at tlieend ofthe year 2, 25 JVo papers discontinued antil nrrearages are paid aueptatdw option ofthe proprietor. paymeit to Carr...

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. — 21 June 1843

I.ave been the two weekly periodicals with ihe perusal of whieh our mission nre favor ed, viz : the Boston Recorder and the New York Observer. Theso two cxcellent peri odicals. il is well known, havo been far c rough from espousing tho cause of anti.sla. lcry socielies as such. And slifl, the con tcmplation of this subjecl, so vnriously pre. srnted, in theso papers, from time to lime, has only tendcd to slrcngthcn my convic. ion, from year to year, thal tho so stvled " Abolilionists." odious as they have been fxtensivcly regarded inAmerica, have in general had mercy and truth and righleous ness on their side, so far as the subject of slavery was concerned. Ofien, indced, have I been deepl v pained, in observing tho het and vituperation, thal j have characterized too much of ihe discus sion, on ihe subject of slavery, ou bolh sides rihe question in America ; for tho vralh ofroan workelh not the righteousness of God." Sorely too have I been shocked to obierve the wild, absurd and ino....

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. — 21 June 1843

niost any arrangement the President and Senate might thiok proper to mnke. There would thus practically be left for tho Ifouse of Represcntatives little else than to regis ter tho Executive edicts, and thal in regard to measures of revenue which tho Constitu tion has wisely provided shall originaie in thnt branch of Congress compoaed of iho immedmte represematives of tha people. The new issue which this project raises with rrgard to the tariff adds to the uncertitn lies which threats of repeal have ihrown a round this subject, and thus increases the embarrassmeat and relards the prosperity of iheprotected inlcresls 5. Reso'ved, Tliat no tarifTcan restorc wool and olher productlons of our industry tofo'rmer prices without a rcslorn'.ion ofthe eurrency 10 its former abundance, and that thcrcfore U is not true os asscrted by our politicnl onponents, that tho presenl depres sion ofthe price of wool is the result of the nmdrquacyof the protccting duty on it. 6. Resohrd, Thai the great me...

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. — 21 June 1843

Old Parr's Last will and Testanient ! A rnost siiitTolar Doepmetit has rrcnlly hcn bruught tolight, wit cn bj thj ci-lebratcd Old PAaa. whi attaincd tbe almcit incrciMMe ago o! J&2 years. It i wrillen on p irchmcnt, nml cl Ihongh upwards ef 200 yeam ohl is in an excrl lenl etato ofprcservalion. Tiie folIowiMg is an "ThJ.a rfo crlifi-Jt yl nn'lerme-ct.ore I i J nwltind of picervm; hralli-. which by yc gracc or AlmLhlv GoJ lus cauwl mn to alli" In mv'miraculnus'a-e. Alb"lt it! mv yoi.lll I w afflictid wiih je Bloody Flax and KingVEri! b-l which ali left rn bv usir-g sorac dij o litrln as l.f rrin wnllCB." Here follows Ihe receipl : -Mnreovcr, I beqoralh to my .-ctmd Grcal Orai.dsnn yo n clhod I ernplo)r lor prcparineyc nKdicamcnt. Given this day. in ye 147ih jcar f as.B. THO.ilAS PAIUf. "Winninglsn, Salop, Jar.uaric, 17h, 1C30." TliOMAS PARR, Bork 1493, Died 1G35. Ih.s engraving u froni a puinting p Rnbrns. when ul thy ag nf lal. Tbis sin- Igular character wa ilic o!Jot nian tvitl...

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. — 28 June 1843

mtm. & s&rr&lg Journal, Dcfaotrt to Volftfcs, 2ftrraturr. Stjjrfculturc, HoraIfts, (Scncral KntrWarnce arrt jFamilo iVratJtna. H. J3ELLij Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT.sJUNE 28, 1843. VOL. VI1L-NO. 8 ,1 13 PUnLISIIED EVERV WEDNESDAY W0RNI5G NORTH EXD OF THE H1IIDGE, BY J. C O B B JR. by whom all ordcrs for printing Books Pamphlets, Bills, Cards, &c, of every dcs L.'iption will be neatly and fashionably cx ccutcd, at short notice. Village BuWcriberf 82.00 Mail Fubscriber 2.00 Individuals and Cotnpanici nlio lake at the' office $I'75 or 1'50 ccnts if paid in six monthj. Tli )-c who lake of Postriderj . . . $2.00 II not paid at tlieend ofthe year 2. 25 .'o papcra discontinued unlil arrcarages are paid ctrrpt at the option of the proprietor. No paymer t lo Cirrien allowed exccpt ordered bj the propricior Allcomidunicationimustbc addressed to the editor Post Paid AGRICULTURAL. WOOD ASHES. Ashcs, whcthcr " livc" or lcachcd, consid eriug tlie certainty, uniformity an...

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. — 28 June 1843

- r Tho following from the Boston Atlas, is worthy of nttcntion ns indicating the courso on this suhjcct, which in that quarter, it is npprehended a certain prominent slutcsman will piirsnsc. The cry of the Locofoco party, ever ince tho passago of the TnrifF Law, has neen "Repeal." They will unqucslionably be inccssant in their opposilinn and they will seize n.on the first occasion io voto for iis abolition. In this, however unpatrioiic. Ihny will at lcast be consistent They vo. 1rd ngainst the Tariff. They went, all llironeh, against Ihc principle of prutcction and thej' will vote to run it down, on jiny and cvcry occasion. Are they to havo nid from a now and un nxrwctcd quarter "Et tu Bruto!" wasthe r-xclamalion of the dying Cajsar, to his fricnd, who had consumated an act of de xtrnclion which tvhole hosls of enemics had liccn unable to nccomplish. Deep nnd dead- Iv i.t tho b!ow which is aimcd by one of vour own honsehold rankling and viru- lont is tho wound inflictcd by him who ...

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. — 28 June 1843

ARHIVAL OF THE STEAM-SHIP COLUMBIA. The Columbia arrived at Boston Saadaj jnorning, about 7 o'clock, bringing Liver pool dates to the 4th, and London to- the rninff of the 3d. The news, especially from Ireland, is of high importance. Great inactirity appears to prevail in all branches of trade. The U.S. Ship ofthe line Columbus.and tho Frigate Congress, arrived at Toulon on the 13th ult The whole of the Arnerican smiadron. consisting of fivo sail, wero short - ly lo rendezvous in that harbor. Iliescconareaaingoi meanaoa "ueat. nn1 Flnnr Ril! was carried bv a maioritvof 100. Tho volcs being for it 209, agninst 109. Tho day after tho aailing ofthe lajit stea. tncr, Lord Stanley introduced certain res- olulions into the Uouse of Commons, based on the long-talked-of measure for tho in troduction of Canadian flour and wheat at a fixed duly of Is. per qunrter. No ques- tion has been brought before Pnrliament for years, wh:ch has so compleiiy ai-organtseu, iml-.n I- imrnatcd DartV ITianOBU...

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. — 28 June 1843

1848. Vfool! Wool!! The n.ijV.-signcd takes Ihis im-lhnd to inform llie puhlic thal he las rebuiil liU faeiory. fif'J' r.-J.ii'.rtli i'!"ll.e l.ridge in Kalfbury ullasf, ...i . l... ;j -,11,-1 iH.1,,1 1,1 pi.iv mm'i wanli" m Ibe arlicle of Pi-ain Ci.otii .'f ail -quahlua a:,d ColorS. CASSIMSRE3 llo. SATINETTS do., , .a4Fustuilo Piitieohr '"" pail'0 DYK1NG. Al' his cloil ar xVi.ol Dyd. and at:d Iicller culors ihan caii lie olilv.nrd vi cinity. The undemgned imw :i t.U "arhmery , j.i 5.iccps?rulc.pTlioa.anl is reaJy lo re-eive ,Vij1 'o manufjclure by Ihe vatd ur oii hare Also, will cxchango Cio'h !'..r Klecee XX'o-.l. VtV.ei wool, "Vils and Tags. II-; will posilively i.o aWi II or fct:tc-r in i'cl lo price uf work. ,rqua!i:van.roodn's nf clolh rxcliangcil. as any niu'r ir.i!l in this vicniity. XX'oob CAnni.ua i.ni CtoTH Drissixg attend il I" ""'' f. li- II. XV. WAl.M'-n- N. D. Fifiy hm'j noitli ifi-; hnlp Vili,.... i,1rnra and examinp. II' ulishnry XV. II. UPKRF1NE Flourforsale low by...

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. — 5 July 1843

mt a gffce felg ffonmaf, acfaotefr to SJoUtfcs, Slttcrature, srflrfculturc, StloraUtg, (Sfcncrnl KntrlUflcncc atrtr Jjttmtln Hcaftfng. H. BELiL, Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT.JULY 5, 1843. VOL. VI1L-NO. 9 j U PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOENING NORTH end of the bbidge, by J. C O B B JR. by whom all orders for printinir Books Pamphlets, Bills, Cards, &c, of everv dcs cnpuon wm De neatlvand tashionab v ex ecuicu, ai snort notice Villare iub;criberi S2.00 Mn.l c..1..j.-:i... . . o nn Inditriduali and Corapaniel who lake at ihe office I 5I'75orI'ou cents u paid in nx months. Tho'e wlio lake of Poslriders . . . 2,00 If not paid at theend ofthe year 2, 25 No naneri discontinned uotil arr:irair 9n nTl Iexcept al the option ofibe proprietor. No paymer t to Carriers allowed except ordcrcd by the proprietor Altcominunicaiionsmiistbc addressed to the editnr I Post Paid. AGUICULTURAL. COMMON SALT. Common salt, highly recomracndcd as a manure by somc, has been as much deprc ciatcd by ot...

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. — 5 July 1843

eWmiiig ! And yot, wilh a!l Ihe acknowl cdgments oftho very fathcrs arnl tcachcrs of tho popular prnctice, starcing thcrn in tbe fncc.they aro continnally railing against Thomsouians-accusing ihoin of iunomnce, quackcry, murder &C. with a few harmless rocts and herbs tliat hundrcri of Iheir own brclhrcn havo dcclarcd lo bo iwrfeclly safc in all cases. Their conduct rcminds ua.of "isatans rcbukmg sin, whtcli Iie couia ao with caiml prnpricty.1 Of all qinclcs in the world. tho re-'ulars should bi Ihe Iast lo rxclairn airainst Thomsomans: forofull the quackcry and tnurder, nndcr the wholo hcnvens, that of tho M. Da. is the most cniel and bloody.) Ltl usprive li.J Dr J. Aliorernnibie. Pclhnv oftho Royal Soc'cty of England, of the Royal Collegeof Physieiain in bdingburg.and hrsi rnyiciun to his .Majcsly in SLOtland, rcmarks Wc own onr syntcin defectivc, and the action of mr rcmcdics in the highcsi dcgree unccr tain, czcr-pt indced that thcy have alrcady destrovod more htrt ihan, 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. — 5 July 1843

preveniing tho rapid consumption of the c verstock bv invrslmenta in manufactoiing cttablishments, ihus rendcred to extremely haxardous. Siill amidst all these mulliplied embarratsmcnls, vo rejoico to find iho skies are brightening, ond should not the next Congress repeal iho proteclive portions of tho tarifT, llie presont da-n of prospenty uill gradually reach a hnppy meridian. But as the 'prctcndrd low tariffon wool is engerly chargcd by our opponents as an altempt by tho whigs to Iiumbug the pcople, it is 'ell 1 see to what door the deficioncyf if aor. is to be t.laced. It is a matter of fcistory that tho preseiit tariff is tho gcnuinc offspring of vihig policy, and ahhough not psrfect, yet as cornplete as could bo oblain- ed from the urcliring opposition of locofoco. iim hich mct it al evciy turn, and uou'tl have rcduced cvery ihing toa liori. zontal riivenue duty of Irom 20 to 25 per cont. In its progrcss through tho House, it was suMatned by whigs as piolectionists, and nppose...

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. — 5 July 1843

1843. Wool! Wopl ! The undersigned takes this metbod lo infbrm Ihe publie thal be has rebuilt his factory. fifty redj north of tbe bridge in Salisbury nllage. where he is atle to allend tooverymans wanu in tbearticleof Plais Cloth of all q'uhties and colors. Cassimsres do.. Satihett do., and Flannels do Patticular atteiilion jiaidto DYE1NG. All his cloths aro Wool Dyed, and aud beller colors llian can be otiUined in this vi. clnily. The ondcrMgned now n is !' inaihmery In euccenfuloperation.and u ready to re;eive Voo to manufacture by the v.ird n ,naJf -r Alo. will exchange Clo'h for Fleece Y ool, Folled wool, DeiU and Tags. IIj will posilively doaswcllorbctterinrespecl lo ptice of work. orqualityand O0.Inrss of cloth oxchanged. a any olher mill in this viemity. Wool CaRdjno nd Cloth Dnr.ssiNG attenjed to as uual C lv II- W. WALKER. N. 13. F.rty rods north lh; bridge "f." Villiiri. nleacnrall aud examil.e. H. toUPERFlNE Flour for sale low by 3 IraStewakt. Old Parr's Last will and IV...

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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