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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 14 September 1841

ItttUebttr fJeoptc'B pu VOL.UME VI, NUMBER 19- H. BELL,....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. SEPTEMBER 14, 1841. Ijf THIS TAPER ARE rCBLISHED TI1E PuBLIC OltDEItS, Resolutions, Laws, Public Tkeaties, Ect. or tiie United States, BY AUTIIOBlTr. The People's Press ii printed in the Brick Building J'orth endof theBridge, by EPHRAIM MAXHAM, bytchom all orders for printing Books, PampMel), Bills. Cards, 4-c, ofevery descriplion,tciU be neally gndfazhionably execuled, al short noliee. 7ERMS OF THE S1XTH VOLUME. Villagc subscribers Mail pubscribers, ...... Individuals and Companies who tafcc at the office, 52,00 5,00 8I.. or j,ou cenu 11 paia in six monuis. ompanies on stae routes, 81,75 or 1,50 if paid in six months. Thosc who take of I'ojtriJrrs, .... $3,00 Companies and individuala OfT thc route . 1,75 or 1.50, if paid in six months. KopapersiHsomtinucd until arrearagcs are paid, cxcept at the optton orthe proprietor. No payinenta to Carriers allowed cx cept ordered by the pioprleto...

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 September 1841

n- .1 mja of mr-nlW-? hnr tn fftrtan wWT. n range ol our pounder ; fired a gun over her, and anoiher as quick as possible ahead jm - 2. . cae tnen up with her holm, uttemptcd to rua. bat appeared ia gieat confusion. Wc continued to throw the shot -over, ahcad aad astora of her, without infontion of striking, .13 we were posilive of slavos being on bo.ird, sfter a short time she was incrcasing her dis taaco ; Lieut. Foote thon dotermincd to put a shot into her hull, but with grcat regrot, on ac coant of the unfortunate baings on board. Shots were thea thrown oloae under her stcrn twice a third was about to bo fired, when wo cbscrved her round to. In about twenty min ntea wc camo up and boarded her. Tho slaves wsro all be'.ow with the hatchea on ; on turaing ihe.n up, a scene presented itsclf, enough to sickcn the heart even of h Portugueae. The living, the dyingand the dead, huddled togetherin one mas3. Some unfortunatea in the most disgusting state of small pox, in the confluent sta...

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 September 1841

F20JT TJIE NEW YOHK nEBAI-D. VETO MESSAGE. To iht Hcmse of Represenlalives of Ihe Uniled Slales. It is with cxtrcrae rcgret that I foal myself ccnstrained by thc duty failhfully to cxecule Iho oflice of Presidcnt ofthoUnited Statcs, and to thc bcst of my ability "to prcservc, pro. tect and defend the constitution of thc United Statcs " to rcturn to that Houso in which it originatcd, the bill "to providc for the better collection, safe-kccping and disburscment of tho public rcveniio by means of a corporation, to bc slyled tho Fisnal Corporation of tho Uni ted Statcs," with my written objeclions. In my messago sent to the Senate on thc I6th day ot Aucust last, returninc thc bill "to 1st. It may jusiify sub3lantially a system of discounts of tho most ob'jectionable characler. It is iO deal in bills ofexchango urawn :n ono itatc and payablo m another without any ro straint. The bill of p.xciiango may havo an unlimited term to run, and its renewabllily is no where guarded ngninst. It may...

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 September 1841

STATE OF VERMONT, 7 Vistrict of Netchaven, sr. J The Hnn. Drnhate cnnrt fnr ihriliKtttrt nf New llaven. To a!l pereoits Ir.tcTfjMl in Ibc Estate of Georc,e Bidwell, late of fiiarktburo, deecased, u?me, Greitino. Whoreas, Danlel Mmblet. adcifiiBmrtor 'de bonunon of the Estaie ofeaiJ Decessrd roposeaio reniier an account or Lls a&nuii'UaUon, and pretcut his account apilnst nld ralale for al- ruwancc, aia rrotrcte uourt to &e nowen ai ukiiw in Bristol, in eaid dlrtci,on ihc MMonday of Octobcr ncii, at 10 o-cloct, A M .: Tlwreforc. you are hcreby noufied to apuear i -r....-.j . -i ,t tim.,.lt,licpnri)rtiaiJ. to ebiiw cauee, if any you tarc, viiTtbe saMaccnunt thould not bc allowcd. AngiM, A.D.1MI- '" """" liirer Coraplaints, AND ALL SICKNESS AND DISEASE DR. LIN'S TEMPERANCE LIFE-BITTERS AND CHINESE BLOOD-PILLS. The grcalcst Secrct discovered 1 l'urce purge purge has been the cry for the last few years. This has been cff.-ctually tried, and ct suflerers have multiplied and did ; ...

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 September 1841

ittftMebnr II. BELli,....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. SEPTEMBER 21, 1841. VOLUME VIjNUMBER 20. I In TIIIS PAFER ARE PUBLISIIED TIIE PUBLIC Orders, Resolutions, Laws, PuBLIC TrEATIES, ECT. OF TIIE UNITED StATES, BY AUTHORITY. The People's Press is printedin the Brick Building JVorlh endof Ihe Bridge, by EPHRAIM MAXHAM, byiehom all orders for printing Books, Pamphlels, Bilh. Cards, S,-c, of every description,xcill be neally and fashionably execuled, at slwrt notice. TERMS OF THE S1XTH VOLUME. Vlllape subscribera, $0,00 2.00 aiaiisubscnbcrs, Individuals and Companies who takc at thc ofSce, or 1,50 cents if paid in six months. ompaniea on stae route, . or 1.50 If naid in six months. Thoae who lake of roitriders, .... 52,00 Cornpiuii'n nnd individuals ofT the routo - . 1,75 or 1.50, if paid in mi months. Nnpaicr3 dicontiuued untll arrcaraca are paiJ, ezcept at the optmnof the proprietor. No paymcntsto Carrlersallowcd ei- ccpturdered by the pioprietor. All cnaimunicauons mustbc ...

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 September 1841

p.-ei lUe )?-fect iml ependence ofeach department acling within its proper sphere, of other depart ii'enls. But I relerred tu the majorities in the two Houses of Congress as furlher and strong evUence of lhe opinion of the people of the Uni le.l Slaus in favor of ibe establishaient of a Bank of ihe United Siates. And I cjntemlcd that.ac cording to ihe doctrine of insiructionswl.ichpre v.ule.l in Virginia, and of wliich the Pr. sidenl is a disciple, and, iu pursuance of th--ximpIe al reily cited, lieougbt not to have rcjpcted the bill. 1 iiave heard tliai. on his arrival ai ihe seat of t c General Gorero'ruent lo enter upnn the iluries uf the oQice ot Vice President, in Alarch last, wisen intcrr.gted how ta' he tneanl to coniorw, in fiis new siati.m, to ccr'ain peculat opinions n, to ccrain pecurai oyiuiuua in Virgioia, he made this palri eply : "I am Vice President cf !s. a'nd not if the State of Vir- which were neia 1 oiic and ieb!e re ito ITnili-l Stalps tinia ; and I shnll be sov...

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 September 1841

1 1 1 . ave noi fclt it ccmistct.t w.-h the o r U I o-.v,- t ii.c couti ry, t j run tl.e n-k byi.n su. dm.nl alrmn prcceedin ol f? Exerutivo. in renrd to subjec .s n i q t.ons new immi-d aiclvpendirw, and w.'ucli nitimately aff?ct?h?PrrfnL of U.e pee oflhe counlry. pi.nAl DAN'L U EBSTER. II. KETCiivai, New Yorfc. AWFL'L HIOT SEVERAL L1VES LOST. r CoTTcspondcnce of the N. Y.Neio JEra. Our city is at this moment thc theatrc of the niost terrlblc excitemont I havc cver wit- iiust-ed. Thc niilitary are palrolling 'lhc itreots, and hc-ralds arc out, byordcr ofthc ni;.Yur, caHinr; upoii lhe citizcns to incct at 10 o'clock, this morning, at thc Markot IIousc, to devitfs me-surcs for thc prcscvation ofthc pei.ee, and protection of our citizcns. The v.hi'.r s and ncgroes luive hada tcrrible battle, in v.hich sevcral men arc reporled to haye Jic-a kijied "id a niimbcr badly wo.inde,-.. As I hav but afcw imnutcs to wr.tc beforo l.ic cjg"-co! tiie css;crn mau, i can givc uuiuum;i mrrationofthis...

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 September 1841

STATEOF VERMONT. ? Vistrict ofNeichaven, ss. $ Tlie Uon.pro'jJteeourtrortl)edisalctofNcw Ilaven. To all iMrretms iutcrestfd la the tsiate or Geoije BidwtH, late ' Starksboro, decrascd, teslatc, , "? . Wheresu, Uankl Ninitlet, admlaUtraler 'de bontonon 01 the matcofid Beccsswl piorwKJto rendcr n jOTjilJ te, al a Wotrals Uourt to behullenal the HouM ofll.M un Liver Complaints, AND ALL S1CKNESS AND DISEASE DR. LIN'S TEMPERANCE LIFE-BITTERS AND CUIVESE BLOOD-PILLS. TAc nrcatest Secret discovered I I'urce-purse-purge-has been the cry for tho ,ast few vca: This has been eflietu Jljr t ned a.,d 3-S. nraltiolied-and dird ; aud why .' Not because purgi YUl JUIJWtW . irucli lud been J anJ sustain the sy 1.1.. t....na tf t ihe a'c-uiaulalion of thcm prevented. tha iriowth ofsiich humois. Whv do the Chinese live to such inimensc ages and still retain the powcrs of youlh 01 : m.dd le age Becau.e they I'urify the blood. The Ciiim:3e JSlovd Pills so called because thcy work upon and clvauc the Blo...

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 September 1841

fjeople'0 H. BELL3....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. SEPTEMBER 28, 1811. VOLUME VL NUMBER 21. Ix TIII5 rAPER AltE rUBLISIIED TIIE PcBLIC Ordeks, Resolutioxs, Laws, Public treaties, ect. of tiie uxited states, i1v autiiobity. The People's Prbss i'j prinled in the Brick Eiiilding JVorlh endof IheBridge, bij EPIIRAIM MAXHAM, byichom all orders for printing Books, Pamphlels, Bills. Cardi, S,-c, of every descriplion,cUl be neally and fashionabbj execuled, al short nolice. TERMS OF THE SIXTH VOLUME. Villapc siibscribcrs Alail&ubecribcra, Individuals and Cnmpan!cs who lake at the ofiicc, or ,50 cents if k! in six montlts. ompanics on stage roules, . or 1,50 lf pnfd in fix months. Thosc who lake of Poatridera, ... Cnmpanlcs and liidlvidiiitls otr ihc route or 1.50. if paid in six mnnUH. $2,00 2.00 8I.7J, $J,no Nopapcrsdiscontinued until arrearacsarc paid, cxcept at the npuon oi uic propncior. io payincms to larncrs auoweu ex ccptordered by the pionrietor. Ali;comniuuicauons niim...

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 September 1841

As measure standing alone, it utight pcrhapa imvc bccn dcstined lo a furthcr delay ; but bc ing brought, as it was, into that scrics of mcaa ures which wcre supposed to cmbracc the tohemc ofrelief which Ihe nation at largc rc imred.it mct from a Whig Convontion that sup port of which thc chief argumcnt andhighest valuc are derivcd from tho rcspcct which cvcry Wt in hn dnn lo a cotnpruhcnsive pohcy, Kr,rn cy,r.u Inrlndu everv interest iu the nation. It is a (rial for the bcncfit ofthc .,t.-t. romnms to bc altcred or impro- Ted, as'the public wants tnay hercafter be found ,;m Thn imnortancc. in tlie present posture of our affairs, of attcnding to nalional dcfences, suggcstcd thc measures ofestablish mg a Homc Squadron, of repairing and armwg the Fortifications, of procccding to the dcfencc of the Lakeo, and of bnnging "a ."v ' largc into a state of rcadmess against ,losl, i aggressicn m regaru to rm... u'""' ' great unanmity prcvailcd in Congrcss, ,w c iiuoj cafcly assurc oursclvcs th...

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 September 1841

Sir Robcrt Pcel, First lord of the Treasury. Right Hon. H. Goulburn, Chanceilor of the Exchcqucr. .. Lord Wharncliffe, President of the Counc-J. LordLyndhuist, Lord High Chanceilor. Duke of Buckingham, Pnvy Seal. Earl of Aberdeeo, Forcign Secrctary. Lord Stanlev, Colonial Secretary. Sir Jamcs Graham, Home Secretary. The Duke of Wellington, in the Cabinet without officc. Lord Ellcnborough, President of tbe Board of Control Tiie Earl of Iladditigfon, First Lord of the Adtniralitv. The Earl of Ripon, President of the Board of Tradc. Sir F. Pollock, Attorncv General. Sir W. Follctt, Solicito'r-Gencral. Lord Lowther, Postmaster-Gcneral. Sir 11. Ilardincc. Sccretarv-atWar. Sir E. Knatchbull, Paymastcr-General Earl de Grev, Lord-Licutenant of Ireland. ; Lord Eliot, Secretary for Ireland. Wr.- E. Gladslonc, Vice-President of the Board of tradn. From the Standard of Soptembcr 3: In corrcclion of and m addition to, statements of Ministerial appointments, we to resign inyofftcc, I should not h...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 28 September 1841

STATE OF VERMONT. Dislrict of Nctcharcn, ss. f llnn. nrr.Usle courl fnr ihpdirtlirl fif New llavcn. Ta all ithuis iMcrrsN-d in ih Jtaie ol' Ccoise liulwcll, late ol Siail-iboro, d(a;il, tcMatc, Grki;tio. Miensu, llanicl NlaiMct, admintorator 'do bonisiion or ihc K-tnU: of saW Dfccard propnneslo rendcr ou acrounl of liis jutairiwraiica, aiii prcscnt liis acconct faiirl r'i cs'at' ."?r al" lwai.tc. ata rretiale Court tu teliollni at iJicIiousc of ll.llun in BrWo'l, in rakl dMrict.on llic Jst.MoiuJay of Oelobcr nexl, at 10 ozk-ck, A Jl ; TlirreliFc, you arc In nij fcolified o appear bcfrrcF&dcntm, at tte tlmeautptaceafnnsaiil, toniiK' eause, il an TOalavewliylbcaWataunIIU!o!diintliea'wnI. un-l.Tiay liand at Bibiol, in mIJ distriet, thu I'JUi da or Angiftt.A.D.lgfl. I?,3 IIARVEY MU.NHH.L.Julg. Lircr Complaints, AKD ALL SICKNESS AXD DISEASE DR. LIN'S TEMPERANCE LIFE-BITTERS AND C11I'ESE BLOOD-PILLS. Thcgrcatcst Sccret discovcrcd I Purge purgc purge bas been the cry for the last fuw y...

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 October 1841

JutuMdmnr IJ. J3ELL,....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. OCTOBER, 5, 1841. VOLUME VI, NUMBER 22. is this t.vrer are fublisiied tiie pcdlic Orders, Resolbtioxs, Laws, Puulic Treaties, Ect. of rau United States, BY AUTIIORITY. The Pedple's Puess is printed in lhe Brick Building JVorlh endof the Bridge. by EPIIRAIM MAXHAM, byichnm all orders for printing Books, I'amphlels, Bills. Cards. -c, of every descriplion,icill be nealhj and fashionably exeeuted, al shorl noliee. TERMS OF THE SIXTH VOLUME. Ylllagc subscriterj, 2,00 Mail cubcribcr?, ...... . 2,00 Ilidividuals and Companies who take at the ofllce, 8I,5, or 1,50 cenu if aid in slx month. orn nanics on slapc romea. ..... $1,75 or 1.50 if paid In eir months. Tnosa'whotikeof Tostriders, .... 2,00 Comianir and individuals ofT tlie roule . 1,75 or 1.50, if paid in eix months. Nopars dtscontitiued until arrearagcs arc panl, cxcept at the option of the proprietor. Jio paymenu to C'arriers allon cd ei. ceptordercd by tlie ploprietor. ...

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 October 1841

be thnught it uoei regular ihat his view? should be cnmmunicatcd. He asted thc opinion of his Cabinet ou the ccrrectness of the ground he hacl talccn j remarking at the tame time tbat ths habit of expressing his views to metnbers of Congress upon subjects of so much interest iiibjected liim 10 great cmbarrassment, and much misrepresenta tion. That quesfiori being disposed of, ilic Pres ident adveited hriefiy, botwiihout much cnnnec lioD, to the relation wliich be stood to the Eank queslton, and his dispositi.m to go as far as he could in comply with the wishts ofhis Iriends. He sjKike of tlie relalion t:iat exUted between him and his Cabinet and Imw necessary it was 1'iat hc sbould havo their supp'rt. Would ihey sland by him 1 He much p'eiened that the whole subject shoulJ he pnstponed until tlie next setsion r Dut il it was uecessaty to act now, ne thourhl a tilan mieht be devised whirh, with ineir co-epeiauon migm ne carneo inruuK"- "c ilmi he hboul.l omsider furiher upon the subj...

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 October 1841

the U. Sintrare nipoace;and whoreas it i known that travelling ngitators, from b3ili sides ofthoiiiic,visit Ihese Lodges. and 'aD.f" a00 pcrsons urcknown to levy contribmions on the iffnorant nnd credulom for their own benefit, SSX"SSJSl imonifons nf tho me'mbers of these Lodges have alrcady bccn manifestcd in an atlcrnpl to de. strov tho lives and propsrty of the inhabitants of Chippcwa, in Canada. and ihe public proper- tv of ilio British Govcrnment there bemg: Now.therefore.l.JoHX TriEH, Presidcut of the Unitcd Sintcs, do issue tliis my proclama- tion, admonishing all such cvil-minded pcrsons of tlsocor.diun punishmcnt which is certain lo ovcrtakcthem; asiuring tbom that the J the Unitcd Siates wili be rigorously exccu'ed npainsi their ilWal acis: and that if in any lavv'ess incursions into Canada tbey fall injo thnhatids of the British authorities they will not be reclaimed I as Amicn citizens, nor any interfercnco made by this Govcrnment in their jJej)alj. , And I cxhort all wc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 5 October 1841

A CAR.D. fO DRY G00D3 MERCHAN VS. l.i consequence of tha extremely unseltlod nnto of iho currency for a few years past, ron ihring tho sales on credit so very liazardous, nrd the manifest wrong and injuslicc of charg i "g the good man so high a profit as tho neces s.tv of tho case compeb every ono lo do in or-.-"r to meet lhe losses by the bad, we adopled fieplan ofbuying and selling exclusively for rih. Ai.d now havinz fullv tested the fact, t'nt those who buy iheir goods on credit, or of r'cdit houses, or oi cash and credit houscs, can. i-tit at nll compcto with our custonicrs in the .s.i!e rf thcir goods we shall therefore, conlinue il c f.amo systcm. By paying cash for our goods, we are ena-l.k-d to obtain mostofthem from.MriDufacturers, and from first hands. thereby saving (at lcast) .ui thc characs of tlio commission mcrchant, uch a commissies, guarnnlee, intorcs', labor &c v.hic'!i oftun amounts to a retai! protfit, .vhicli enables us to sell by the piece, as low as they ...

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. — 12 October 1841

Jlttpplcbttti tktm II. BILr..Editor rind Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. OCTOBER, 12, 1811. VOLUME VI NUMBER lx THIS rArjJtt ABE 1'CnLISIIED T1IE PlJBLIC Ordeks, Resolutions, Laws, Public TllEATIES, ECT. OP TIIE UxiTED StATES. BY ATJTIIORITY. The People's Press is prinled in Ihe Brick Building JVorth endof the Bridge, by EPHRAIM MAXHAM, hy icham all orders for printing Books, Pamphlels, j, i ,- "II T I Uills. Cards, S,-c, oj cvcry aescripnon,v:iu ue neauy and fashionably excculed, al shorl nolice. TEIUMS OF THE S1XTH VOLUME. Vlllapc r nbtcribcrs Mail subscriberf, lndividuald ond Companieswho ukeatllic ollict, nr 1,50 centt If paid in six monthi. cmpanlcsonslagernulca, .... or 1,50 ifpild in eir month!. Thosc who take of IVWrldcrs, ... Companres nnd indlriduals ofl tlic routc 2,00 5.00 Sl,. 81,75 82,00 1,75 or I.SU, H paid in 1 i monuis. Nopa;i"rsdisco!itiniiMuntitarrearasrsarepaiiI, esccpt at tlie option ofihe proprietor. No payincuu to Carricrs allowed cz. ecptoidcrrd by thc piopriclor...

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. — 12 October 1841

North Eastebk Boundarv. The General j fiotrernmcnt appears to Be lairly co nmitteJ now v.defence of the rightsof Maioein the the Dis t nted Territory- The Whig says : The United Sutes troops ordered to oc:upy the posts at the Aroostook and Fuh Kiver, ui ihe disputed terrltoiy, staried from Houlnm on Tuesday lasl. The first detachment started xi ith a heavy teatn of oxen and all the neoessiry i.uplements fbr cteanog the roadi and for erec fnr eoilablr quarters (and barracks. A good i itfftarr road, snpporied at the expeuse of the ;.neral Goveinmenl, frotn Houlton to Fish River uny aoon be expected, and a regular tuatl route, v iin a pojt-officc at Fish Uiver and the Aroos-tu-jk. will bcestablished immediateiy. The Gen-.-rni'Governmeat w nowfairly upon ihe territory. nd tlieie vill he no backing 0 it until a final tctl'emcol of the question. THE MONEY MARKET. The nrrival ofthc Calidonia has broueht in i,.i!;imnfi nf ihrt mniinuation of lareo failurcs nf houses connected in tho Cotton ...

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. — 12 October 1841

datc whohasrcceivod 22,000 votcs and one who has reccivcd 3,000 only, no question should be made. Tho loudest exprcssed will of the people, and mnd policy, dcmand the election of Ihc regularly nominated cand.datc If Ihc want of popularily is objcctionablo tn one, itisdoublyso in Ihcother. N. Y. Eiectiox. The clcction in New York occurs ncxt month. A grcat whig con niion is now in seasion at Svracuse. A cor- rcspondcnt of the Albany Evcning Journal ( writcs that it w a dignified and numcrous as scmblage of whigs from every quarter of tho state. Charlcs W. Patterson of Chautauqua is choscn presidcnt. The canvass on the part of thc whigs promises to be animatcd and suc ccrsful. proposed by tho whigs, exccpl to go back to safo eround, 1 cannot discover why tho qucs tion of Bank or no Bank wns not as fully settled in favor of a Bank by that elcction, ns was the condcmnation of tho subtieasury. lherecan nol boadoubtbut many ofthe Vnn Buren party and somo of them opposed to a U. S. Bank, 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. — 12 October 1841

A CARD. TO DRY GO0DS- MERCHAN J'S. 1j consequence of the extrcmely unsettlod Mdte of thc currcncy for a few years past, ren iering t!ie sales on crcdit so very hazirdous, a-id thc manifcst wrong and injustico of charg i ig Iho good man so high a profit as thoncces-s-y of thc caso compeb cvcry onc to do in or .lcr to mcct llic Iosscs by thc bad. wc adopted j'vjpkm orbuying and selling cxclusively for .ish. And now having fully tested t-e fact, t iat thosc wlio buy thcir goods on crrdit, or of r.-tdlt houses. or of cash and crcdit houses, can. i.ot at all cotnpctc with nur customcrs in thn sa'.e cf their goods, wc shall thcrcforc, continue ihc samc system. By paying cash for our goods, wc aro ena b!td to obtain mot ofihcm fromMnnufacturcrs, ar.d from first liands. thcreby saying (at Jcast) iu tho charges of ihc commission merchatst, Mich as commissics, guqrantcc, intercs', labor &.C which ofton omounts to a rctail prollit, which cnables us lo scll by thc piccc, as low ns thcv aro ...

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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