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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 16 August 1843

3 arcfjln Journnl, Bciotctr to 33oIfttc33li-tcraturc, asrfcultttrr, iHoraKtfl, (ffcncrnl j-utclItQcncc anTr jFamnn Hc.-rtjfns. H. JBELLj Editor and Proprictor. MIDDLEBURY VT.:::::::AUGUST 16, 1843. VOL. VI1I.-WO. 15. 2j)Ti3Jplr 35)88, U PUBLISIIED EVE3 V WEDNKSDAr JI0ENIXG XOKTH EXB OT THE IWIDGE, BY J. COBD JR. hy whomall orders for printing Books I'.imphlets, Bills, Cards, &c.,of every dcs rription will be ncatly and fashionably cx ccutcd, at sliort noticc. ttm$ of fjig!jl!i fE$ofm. Villa;e jubscribcrs, 2 00 Mail tubscrilicrs 2,00 Iodmduals aud Companiel uho lake at tlie office $r75orl30 cenuifpaid in eix months. Tho'cnhotaheof l'ostridcrs . . . S2 0D ' II not paid at iheend ofthc jcar 2, 23 ' iu napcrs discontinncd uotil arrcarajcs are paiJ cxccptattlie optionolibe proprictor. .o pajracit to Carriersalloued rxccpt ordcrcd bj th- propricto AII communicitions niust be addressed to tlic edi to 1 Tost I'aid. I We pub'iisu thc anncxcd arliclc frcm tho Xcnia Torch Light, contait.in...

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 1843

ADDRES3. TO TIIE I'EOPLE OF VERMONT. Conc!uded froin latt week. Pullished ly order of the Whig Stale Con. rcnlion, under Ihe direction ofthe Slatt Centrzl Commillee. Such have bcen tlio cfiects of a Tnriff, whoso powcr for good was ditmnishcd by thnse imucrfcctions, which aclual expcri- enco nlone can fully dcvelope, nnd fiiture k-gislalion may corVccl ; but vastly inorc iliminishcd by the ruthless cry of "Repcal ! Repcal !' with which its paasngs was in stancouslv aisailcd by a p jwcrful and bos. tilc partv The strrngth of thi-i party, m t Ihe ncxLUongress, thrcatens to be toogreai :somc pcrhaps real friends who idly tan ru pcrmit the Tricnds oT Protcction safcly jcv thal a mixcd commission of British and to count upon the permancncy of tho Pro-j Amcjican ncgotiators, or a hybrid Rcgen fective Svstcm. The inischicvoua cfTecs of j cy of (h(J jjjnisters of Tyler and Victoria, this want of confidenca caniiot lie overra- j wjh better provide for the" people of lliis U ted. Its powerful...

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 1843

The Nomination. i, is no longcr lo be concealed Ihat some J.ionoflhewhig parlyin the courity of U. dison, - ' . r mi ."vinrsn. auu vu.e to . ipmt tinu-nvnr ihero 13 r .' rnmtoessand confidence among aiow! . .. - k di(reret)t. " .nWect. When all liave tho vicw, the glorious triumph of 5ioe object ir. ell should bolieve that cach k. eause, o pcrfecdy coMCiemii.u.u - - - r . t. ,rl. nnd candidates to Lbo conrse to oa . t nsuined to consummato the object !o ie.ceompV..hed. At some spot in ihe cour.c f the canvass the pay muSl ' " llcShouts ofa locoioco -----,. .i .t ocMn.llv whisT distncts ai one oi uw intho state. tVe cicrlcd ourselt lo tno uimosi to pro--Uro thc nomination of Mr. Sladc. But Uirg ft'!"5 !n lhis- and hav!r'g for WCeks j -. ti. nvtinrh nnr nconle to ionniy ana cuiutanj v....w.. , ,1-cnd the conver.tion vvhich wns regularly !c3l!cd and fairly conswuico, a.iu muv.ii ..uu r.(,minated amanlm a!l re?pecls well qualificd for a rcprcscntative in crjngress, we foU our selvcs twu...

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 1843

N 1S43. Vergennes and UufTalo Linc. CANAL PACKET J. SHERHAN, . CAPT. F. SHA.W, Wiil ciMiim-nce her trips on :lie 2d ofMay. betwffii ihis Oiiy aml UuflMo, RUN.NLNG NIGHT & DAY, as follows ; 1.EAVES nUFFALO, Mjv, May, j - Jp : , ' '' June, - - 0, I June, Julv, - - 4, I July, - -i'. - - 29, Sept. - S m. - - CI Ocl. O, . - - 21, Nov. - 0 i ,i, Pack.-i will be ln fiist rate order, U r t . ai-cu ii.-iiodalioii or Passcnger & Freidl.t. 1 leave "'"ergeiines at 7 o'clock in the i i.r tnwrd ly S'cam Boat to Wl.itehnll i .t must be on board t!ie dy previous. i . wovng,.or visiiing ti.eir friends in 'hi r r West, will find Ihis the most ex;rd:-i,u-i. and at t'lesnme time the cheapesl route lln can take. Those wlio chocsr to do so, an have every facility for boaiding them Due ailc ntion will be paid M Pas s prts by a carefiil Ciplaiu and Crew. Fur furi!.ct ..irticulais cnquircof K, CHAPMAX. A;. Vergennes. JOY &. WEBSTKR, ) --,,, DAW &. DJLOXG. i UuUal" Vergennes, Match 29, 1313. ...

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 1843

Ortrn g ggcrfelg ffouraai", Bciiotetr to 2olftto, Xfteratttrr, gforfculture, iHoralttB, (Snieral Xntcllfsrncc arrtr iFamfln ilcalittia. H. -BELLj Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT.AUGUST 23, 1843. VOL. VIif.-lYa 16. mmwtfomn B P BBLISHED EVEEV WEDNESDAT HOHNIXG XORTH ESD OF THE BBIDCE, BV J. C O B B JR. uy whom all orders for printing Books Patnphlets, Bills, Cards, &c.,of every des criptioa will be neatly and fashionably ex ecitcil, at short notice. Village snbseribcn, ....... $2,00 Mail fnlcril)cr, . - . 2,00 Icuiv-doalj and Comp.wiei who take at the office $l'75orl'50 ctnuifpaid in iix monthi . Thofe who take of Postriders . . . 2,00 2 Ifnot paid at lbeend oftbe year 2, 25 No papen discontioued until arrearagei are paid except at the oplionoftlie proprietor. No paymert to Carriert allowed rxeept ordered by theproprieto All coinraunicationi must be addressed to tbe edito Post Pjiid. For the reop!e' Fren. S O N N E T. Tii eie ning....all U calm and itill a deathr Silcnt are ...

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 1843

"and bj it be draxrn into his supportl Was "he not thc zealous coadjutor of the Hon. 'Benjanrin Swift dtrringthe last war. And 'do the leading partizans of Mr. Smitli "consider men who deemed it unbecoming "a inoral audreligious people to rejoice at "our victories, good democratsr' Scntt xcIAtig. 15, Hut let us go a little furtbcr back, aud ee wbat our neighbor of the Sentinel thomrhrof Mr.Smith as a politician and s man of talents in 1833. The editor of the Sentinel was thcn at Montpelier, a per oonal obsertcr of what was passing, and rote back asfollows: "Thc arrtimasons have been in aecret "sesion, and nominatcd his Twadlership, "Jolrrr Smitli, as candiatc for Spcaker." Agaiu the editor says, "Notwitlistanding a decidcd majority of "union men were returncd to the Jegisla 4,turc the present ear, thc ballotinss for '?ncaker hae resulted in the elcction tf "John Smitb of St. Albans, a gcntlcman "ichose political crccd is as parti-colored as Josrph's coat" Sentinel Oct. 18, 1833. Aud...

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 1843

shbs howa ninoofMrMc Keon's Shrewdness rould hnvc been so dcccivcd by a loo ban LdaboulthroughlhcSiato by iho wire fif.o Loeofoco nartv! ts well . fhat this is the meancst laint wtne l 1 - 1 ,,.nfOCn calender, and that tn othcr parts of ihe SialCi ano every m-ic u "." k rannot cet a henrinp;, and trould not hern u o .. u j nnt i i-atc had a oozcn loran uuuicuv-i ""'jiyui imiu tuui wiu nomination onginaieu i ' riercynian tecome a diipc, and urgcd I with whigs as true and heartv as are lo be rnnL'rccations lo n'.lend their mecling. If the KnaviMi uhi.iwum. ouwvm . " . t . I- :.n.nrl fon rnifon(( in Jcceivirg his brother clergymcn we nope I c w;u nct be aoie 10 puu uui ucl mc i respeci as any icnaers can oe. ana raucn i,we oeiieve nim 10 De tna cloqucnt advo. rjesofour whig brethren generally. A . more than some deserve. Such, too, is the cate of manumission in Kentucky) believed rnanofsuchpracticcs as ho displayed therp, I character of those in other parts of this it to be his duly to...

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 1843

I 1S43. NOTICE. 1843- nrUlE Subscribers are happy tn inform tlieit q. uli and new rustom-rs, a well Ihe public gueii:if , lhat they have just reccitel a well e Ircicd assortinent of goods from tlie Boston nd Kf w Yotk raarkcts, pcculiarly adapted !o Conn ti trade. At tho nnprt-ccdented 'ow prices or rooJj m markel c are well arsurcd tbal rr tlrttl not hf iin.!&rfiolil bv anv one. We are de. iHrniiu-d to fctider lo Ihe tarmeraBd .ucciianic an c rjuivalent for theii produce nl.ich l.as fallTi j lothe Imvest poinl. Wc can conreive ofno rea- . - vn that will jusiify.4JKi.NC oi.n iucii pr.icc fir goods when every thin; that is rendered in paVment is I'y unavo.dable nccissty at Ihe low fst cbh. Oiir asorlmenl compris-i good of the l.itirst faihinn scleclcd for ihe don'ile purpofe it pleasiitg the eye and durability. We have of Bnial Clothand Catsimeres a chotce assorl- , ment. Cjnds for suinracr wear, for Gent. vesl- i iu. citnrii.r In? f!hantitlis in nallirns. a rich 1 articlc foi La...

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. — 30 August 1843

JfUftMcbnrg H. JBELLj Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT.-AUGUST 30, 1843. VOL. VI1X.-NO. 17. a WeeMg Soumall Sctntr to Dolftfcs, XCterature, SferfcttUttre, JKoraKts, Cfcneral ntenfflfttce "atrtr fmtlSi rafwir. " 13 fublisxied everj wedkesdat moeitim) rfOSTII EXD OF THE J3XIDGZ, BV J. COB B JR. . . "amphlets, Bills, Cards, Azc.ofevery des; iripuun wim uc ucaiij auuiaiuiuuam; " ecuted, at short riotice. VMaze iubieribtri, 82 00 . . juii mbicnwri. . . z ou IndnidaiUaniicompaniii ooum i ioe omee $!-7;ori'5o nu n i in x monu.i. No paperi diieontinued antil arrearae mre pid xceptattlia option ofthe proprietor. No pavmer.t loOrrieriallowedrxceptorderedbTthRproprieto AllcommunicationimuubenddreiiedtoUieedito "' Sg PEOPLE'S PRESS. Middlebury, Aug. 80, 1843. Third Party Letter from Gen. Mattocks. Gen. Mattocks having bcen interrogated by tlic Voice of Freedom on sundry topics, has given a ry frank, explicit, and honet answer. li is in kccpine with his character as a fearless defeti Jer of ...

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. — 30 August 1843

G REAT FhOOD AND DAMAGE. A hurricano nnd flood has dono im. mcn se damage in Philadelphia and ticin il y. occurring on Saturday erening Oth intt. Vory mariy of llio cellan in lho cily wtri fiiled wuli water. In the neighborhood of th; Schuylkill, the atreets wrro strewed niih bnards and fragmen'. ol roofs de s'roycd piles of lumber turned topsy turvy fences prdstrated the largrst trees turned up by the rools corn laid flat fruit trcei drtlroyed scveral house, stnblrs. ozc. on Callowhill lost their roofs. The Mngualrn Asylum sustained rauch injury summer houscs and gardens in ruins Wilmington and Baltimore railroad injurrd, aiid bridger cono. In New-Jersey, opposile, lh crecks were inundiled, and bridgei destroyed. Great dmag: al Elizabcthtown and New. "later AND MORE DISASTROUS. Chester is on me Deliworr, above Phila. ticlpbia. Great Flood at Chester Pemnjitl aania Twcxrr Lives Lost. An e.xtra slip from tho office of the Public Ledger, dnled Aujf. 8, conTcys the following intcl. Iig...

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. — 30 August 1843

Tb Filchbarg road is to bo completed on hfore July 4, 1844. For (bodirection of ll!S road from Bellows Falls all ore tur j.u.g llieireycs to Mount Ilolly. Rutland and the vallcy Otter Crcck, to Vergennes or Burlington. Could it be accomplished through thc county of Addison, itwill raise (he pricc of both Iands and produco at least thirty per cent. But our peoplc are asleep, and dcad as a Iiammer from thc recollection of former disnppointmcnls. Organize, Organize. Tlie Whi- Committes. Wclhisdav republish the names of iho Town Commi.tees in tbis county, and as a ' . i ... , faiihftil Sentincl on thc watchtower ot the Whig party, we exhort them instantly to .i.lpm thcir du'.V. In some totvns we " . , .nnrnrr hnf in nlhnrc vmi knowou aru Jicaiiig fcave asyetdone very little iranylbing, Defer nolonger. Assemble yoursclves together, ini let ihe influence of your cousicil flres bc sccn in evcry nook and corncr ofyour rcspiclivc lowns. Tho press may do much ,t- .1,- . R, :, ' Tiiih liiosc w...

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. — 30 August 1843

1843. NOTKCE. 1843- rSAIiE Subscribera are happy- to inform Itieir 3. old and new customers, aa well the public K-ncrally, that they havejusl received a fcll e iled aajortiiient of goods from ihe Bolton and New York markTli, peculiarly adapted to Coun Irj Irade. Afthe unprecedented 'ow prices ot guoda rn marliet wo are well asured Ihat rhall not be undeisold by any one. tt'e are de. termined lo ceuder to Ihe Farmer aad Merharnc an equivalent for Iheii produer Lich has fallun lulhe lowest point. We can conceive ofno rea bon Ihat will justify iikino io nicn pricc" for good fclmn every thing Ihat is tendered in ptvmcnt ia by unatoidabte necm ly al the low est ebh. Our as'jrta.ent coopnfs gooda ofthe lit fanhian aelecled for the duuble purpoae il pleajing the eve and durabililv. We have of DRY GOODS, Broad Clothi'and Caisimeres a choiee assort iiient. Gvda for aummcr wear, for Gent. vest ii.ns. iin'..r l.it nhaniill's in nattrns. a rich articU foi Ladies' dresses. Printed Lawns of su- p...

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. — 6 September 1843

3 JttflMdmrijr pawk 3u a Z&cckls Sournal, Dc&otclr to Bolt'ttcs, JLfteraturc, srsrfculturc, iSoralfts, Gfrncral XiUclUflcncc attit jFamilQ ftrafefna. JJ. BELLij Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT.SEPT- 6, 1843. VOJ. VI1L-NO. 18. 15 rUBLISHED EVERY' WEDNESDAY MOBKnW rronTir E7iD or tue bridge, by J. COllB JR. parcd lor them what they deemed a para i,y whom all orders for printing Books ,i;se. in visits to their favored dwelling. I'.tmphlets, Bills, Cards, &c.;of every des ,0 Chancellor Iearned to appreciate the nption will be neatly and fashionably cx , ccuted, at short notice. Village subscriberi, S2 00 Mait Mibscribeni. . . 2.00 Individualj and Companie uho talte at tbe oEce l'75orl'50 centsifpaid in ix months. Tho-e ho tAe of Postrider . . . 2,00 II not paid at iheend orthe year 2. 25 No paper. discominned until arrearajres are paid ' excrpt atihe option ofthe proprietor. ko paymert , to Carrierj alloweJ except ordered by the proprietor Allcommumcationsmuit be adarcs...

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. — 6 September 1843

ttorers ofthe North. Ttieir Echcmea which fhey call protcction.arc, as evcry man with half nn eyo can sce, dircctly calculated lo ;iake Iho rich richcr and Iho poor poorer, iho old federal doctrinc. The coinmon pr.oplo, they tliink, nre just fit to tciil and awcat for the protractcd nabob. Not a cent i:iore will the daily Iatorer gct for his work, nhile all that he must buy, will be raiscd m pricc, in proporliun as his tnsk maslcrs nre prntcctcd. Bnows, Shjtii. Owen, Heklbt, Dayis, and Kbnnedt, Locofocos, Messr. Sajipli: and Smith. Whig, aro clcclcd to Congress. The Locofoco mnjority (in tha Slate Leg ishtnre) nn joiut batlot is now detormined to bo eicht." " What a rebakp,'' says the iinmo paper. " lo the schismatic coufe of lho Whigs of Indiana is this nioriifyir; rcsull ! Tho Whies who remained nt home in tho coun- i ties of Wayne, Randolph. Vigo, Rush, and ir this ba not satisfuclory wc would givc Hendricfcs. wouia nave ctianged: the guoer r.... r.j.n... . . r i naiorial canvais...

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. — 6 September 1843

nC,uol right, domestic slavery isto form a ot rmanent ingredient in thc institutions ofihe Soulh and that tho people of iho free Statc !,e no risht to rnquirc into the lawfulness ofslavcrv, or lo complain by petition or re monrauce of ,ts peroicious influence on their rights and inlerest. lthe ??c ines, f can never assent, nnd I hold wilh a "vast majoritv of thc freemwi of thc north, .hatslavtrvis'an cnormon. .njust.ee to he Ihvr. an cY.ormous moraland soc.al evil lo ,'l.e maslcr. and an rnorn.uus wrong and in ,urv lo Ihc bcst inlcrests of thc wholo peo, ,,'c bo-.h oflhe North nnd ofthe South. I fccIJ moreover that ihc frcc statcs not only rr.av, but ought to avail thsmselros ofthe Tj'J.t 0f pntilion, Icpislatiun. amundmcnt and ,3 ihorl of all constituiional means to free iLenitelics or.d their common country from an cvi!,which threatens to involve us in com. M ruin. uuless its furlher progress be ar- rcstcd, and raeusures immediately takcn for ,.s final extcrpation. Many persons oi...

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. — 6 September 1843

1843. NOTICE. 1843. rgHE SuUeribcrs ate kppjr to inrorro IJieir JL old and new customers, as well Ihe publie gnerally, tlrat they have just receited a well e lecfed assortment of goods from the Boston ard New York markets, peculiarly adapted to Coun Irj Irade. At the onprccedenled 'ow pncei ol goods in niarket we are well astured Ibal v?e ehall not be undersold by any one. We are de termined lo rcnder to the Farmer and Meclunic an cquivalent for theii produce which has fallun lotbe.lowest point. We can conceive of norea ton triat willjustify askino old hicii pbice fnr rnnil when everv thins: that is rendered in paymetit is ly unavoidahle necessty at the low t ebb. Our assortment comprisrs goods of the latest fashion eelecled for the douMe purpose plcasing theeve and durabilitv. We Iiare of DRY G000S, Bmad Clolhs and Cassimeres a eho.ce assort menl. Conds for suramer wear, fr Gent. vest i. - ii.w.ri..r l..t Hhntilli3 in nallirns, a rich aittrla foi Ladirs'dresses. Printed Lawns of su...

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. — 13 September 1843

fttUftfcbitr a ggfcrfelt? ffotimal. cbottir to JJoIftfcs, aHteratttrr. STflrftuIturr, 8oraIft2, (Gfcucral Stitrnffltnce anir jfamtla caWnB., H. JBELL, Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT.-SEPT. 13, 1843. VOL. VI1L-NO. 19. IS 1'UBl.ISIIED EVERV WEDNESDAY MOENIKG NORTH K.ND OF TIIE BEIDGE, I1Y J. COBB JR. by trhom all orders for printing liooks 1'amphlets, Bills, Cards, &c, of every des cription will be neatly and fashionably cx cctitcd, at short notice.. I Village 2ulj5Crilr, B2 00 2 00 Mail Miiwcribers. lndmiloaN and Compani" wlio take at the officc $V7jor 1'jO ccntiifpaid in iijc inonllis. Thoe who lake of Postriders . . . 2.00 II not paid at 'lictnd ofthe yar 2, 25 Xo papers iliscontimicd until arrearajej arc paid txcent at the opliun ofthe proprietor. No paymei t 1 . i . . i 1I...L. to C-rncrallo.TCU .xcepi "";'. "j i'.h i Allrami.nicauo03mustbeaddrc5!edtotl,eeditor . ost I'aiu . 'L'"" iwg " 1 Tost MISCELLAXEOUS. Chc jFattliful Sou. My talc is n'mplc, and of lmmble tirth, A ...

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. — 13 September 1843

Thc Self-Styled De tnocracy What it is and to whal it would bring us! Wo know not, when we have seon a nio'o grapliic picture ofmoJcrn democracy, rtiias locofoeoism. than is coutair.ed in tlia fnlluwing paragraph of a speech rccenlly de. Iivcrcd by Mr. FuIIer, of Monroo Counly in tho Assembly of New York. Itisaper fccl porlrait. " Modern Democracy consists in 11 ihe officcrs ofthe Govemment, from Ihc Presi dent down to tlie lowest depcndant who has i-worn tn support tho copstitulion, constru ing il as they undersland il ; in theirinking the rt'sponsibilsiy of any acl nliicli theirown will or tho purposes oi pany dictatc ; in thc ouctiino th.it lo thc vi:ors belong the spoils, (Hid in seizing on the offices and patronage f gnvernmsnl as iho rewarJs ofpartv tri. timph; in tho deslruction of capital when it cannot bo controlled for elecioneering pur poses ; in the destruclion of credil ; in tho creaMon of wliole liflers of little moiistcrs lo slim ilale a wild spirit of speculalion, an...

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. — 13 September 1843

Canibriclcc, J 15 Morgan, 1 . Hdcn, Eli Hinds, w Elmore, Tonn, lf jjvdepark. Lcvi Egcrton. 1 Jo'hnsn' none Mansfield, Almon Lucc, 1 Morristown, Al Tcrrcll, I ab 5icriinjr, 110,10 C0O-, Zebina W Bennct. 1 Waterville, w ab Wolcott, nono 85 151 49 33 47 30 3G I3S 10 C9 93 75 G5 135 61 12 8 3 33 144 70 332 71 G 304 Wliieloss 172. CJiittcndcn county. Bolton,J Jcuell.Jr. 1 13 84 Burlington, II 15 Stacy, w 399 331 Charlotte. 15 Lrnvcnworth, w 150 42 . chester, J K Kliodcs, 1 1 12 1 55 LM, I! HWcad, I 110 205 Hinetburgli, J S Palrick. w 142 69 Huntington s Amblcr, w 114 77 Juicho, Albcrt Lcc, iv 192 140 V,.ton, A G Whittemorc, w 210 143 II hmond, SUonglass, 1 109 118 ( Ibnrne, Ira Andrcws, w 122 69 11 55 7 10 1 3 2 4 Sl Gcnrgo, S Isham, w ndtrlidl, Jobn Story, I Westford. Noah Tylcr, It Williston, no choicc. 24 1 0 107 93j 124 59 1 693 1727 174 Orleans county. Wnny, 1 I iK.n. Kci.j. Pniith, w 101 IlioMiiiiigton, G listy, w 79 i i,.ir!eston, A Parlin, w f8 31 Craftsbury, nonc. w last ycar ji...

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. — 13 September 1843

fie IiE u 's r.lKrs aie liappy to i.iforai their ca olj aud new rustom it, a well Ihe public SnerallV, tlnt they havejust receiceJ a well e lclej assortmetit of goods from the Boston and New York marlteti, peculiarly adapted to Coan Irj Irjclc. At thc unprecedcnted 'ow pnces of poodt. in tnarket wo are well assured that we fthall Tiot be undersold by any one. We are de. lermined lo rcnder to Ihe Farmer aal Mtrhanic an eqmvalent Ibr Uieii produce which hasfallcn tolhe lowell point. We can conceive of no rea on thal will justify Amc old iiigii pricei for coods hen every Ihii.g tlul is rendered in jttYment is by nuavo.dable neci&s ly al Ihe low-4-st ebh. Our a9rtnietit compns.-s goocj ofthe Utejt fasMon aeiecled for Ihe dau'ile puipose il pleniiig 'hc cyo and diirability. We have of Ilroa-I CIoilu and Canimcres a choicc as'oit menl. Comli for uinraer ivear, fnr Gent. vesl ingi a superii.r iot, Cliautill's in palb-rns, a rich ariolefi. Ladii ' drcsst's. Printed Lawnsofsu penor quali...

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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