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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 4 September 1844

H. BELL, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMSOF NINTH VOLUME. f illage sntucriber, . . $2 00 3ta!l iubscriber. f 2,00 Individoah) and Companict who take at the office $t'75orl'50 cents iCpatd in six months. ITiofe vho tako of Postridert . . .S2.00 II not paid at Ibeend ofthe year 2, 25 IS'o papcrn discontinued until arrarag are paid wcccpt at the option ofthe propriclor. fio paymei t o Oirriers allowed cxeept ordered bj thc proprie or. All coram'inicationsmaatbe addressed totlieed or Post Paid TEMPERANCE. For the Galaxy. To the Chairman of thc Ccnlral Com. ofthe Vt. Ttmp. Soc. Sin, Confident of a ccneral conviction among the peoplc of thc State, thatsome ac tion must be takcn by the next Legislatnre, upon thc suliject of Licenses, and to give an opportunity to all to profu by the experience of others, I propose to give, in detail, the laws of several states, on this nubject, aud al so to point out some of the defects which I conceive to be chnrgeable upon tbe laws of this State, even admitt...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 4 September 1844

SE-: H this. (Cricci of never never.) And o mj friends, saj I, never, never. No 1 Nol Thank God we have too much common gene for that. (Applause.) But there is anotber class of men whom th Locofocoa are endeavoring to makc believe that tbe prolectivepolicy will not reach thiir caee,.vK. carpenlers, masons, oarttncn and laboring men I had a con versation with a cartman, and aa it will UJustrate th manner in whicli some peo ple reaeoa on this subjcct I will rclato it. "Not," said thc cartman, "put a pro teetive tariff and all I consume will bc higher. I should pay the diffcrence; whatever tbe duty might be it would bo added to the cost ; and on the otlicr hand my business would not bc pr tected, and doea not necd it for they cannot do the carting for us in England I am there fore unt protected but injnred." " cll, butrcplied 1 doyou believc that a pro tective tariff will raisc the price of thoso articlcs as have been protected, as iron, shirting, nails, pins, &c, and he adrait ted...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 4 September 1844

Whigs to one Loco in thoUnited States Sen ata expires on the 4th of Marcb. Ilenry Clay will be placed in the executive chair by an overtvhelmning roajoritj. Butstill the Whigs may fail of a majority in tho Senatet and the loss of a Whig Senator from Ver mont migbt produce that result? Under ' each circumstances who will, who can for a i moment induige in personal piques, or the promotion of any object short of the triuroph . of the Whig cause. Middlebury has neTer yet betn .ubjugated by the arts and ' intrigues of unscrupulous demogogues, and' we truit she never ill. Oiir Adopted Fellow-Citizens, ' What ettimate can thc intelligent people of Middlebury make of tbe morAls and prin ciples ofmen who will endeavor to harrangue our adopted fellow-citizens into the belief that the Whig party are their encinies and are aiming to oppress them. Look tbrough this town and see who are the men who pro-! vide this portinn of our population with em- ployment which furnishcs their bread. Sup pose ...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 4 September 1844

P rWLL,'r,1 nasr. The New and Eiegant Boat GABLANB, CAPr. A. P. HOBART. WILL commenec her reeular trips be twcen this City and Buffal'J in cuii ncction with tho Packct, J SHERMAN, runniiig night and day ns folio ws : Ltaves Vergennes, Leatst BuJTuh, July 9ib August 20th Sfptember lYth July 22d Septernher 2d SeDtcmricr 30th Ucsohr-r lilli Octnber23th Th: nacket ! flnished in a tvle unsnr- jiasseJ byiiny Pucket e.ther on the Norlb cru or Wculern Canal. Her Uooms are lnrgc nnil airy, her arrangciiients are fuch that sevpnty-fivc lo eighty can be accom inoJuted with berths withoutlnconvenicnce. An experieiiced Gaptain nud crew nill sp-trc no paius te .Tiake a jottrnoy from this place to Buffalo pleaeant. Every facility will bo given to Families who wish to board themsclvea. For furtlicr particu'ars en quire of B. CHAPMAN. AgenL Vergennes, Vt JOY fc WKBSTER, ) Buftalo, W.U. HTIMPSON, S N- Y. Vergennes", Junc 13, 1344. 8;6m. Wool Carding. Tlie mnchines at thc old stniu! of D. P. Kat-h in ...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 11 September 1844

H. BELL, SDITOR AND PROPRIKTOR. TIRMi oTINTH VOLUME. ItUf StcriUri $2 00 Hall .atwcribers 2.00 ladividaali ad Canpaaias wbo lake at the oSc 81'75or l'SO iiiIi ifpaid in six s-oethi. tVi who taka of Psilridera . . .92.00 II ut paid t tha and of tfci jtar 2, 25 f? pfri diicontioutd Bitil arraarai;ea ar paid MHfl t tha optio oftht propristor. No paymert ts Curianallowul txcaplordirtd bjtUepropri. All manaicstiaifBiitb addrcucd totbttd tt Poit Paid Voct rAt Philadclphia Mutcngcr. The Man of Ashland. Thare i written down ia lome volume of letcndary lore, asuperstilion, toDcesublime and beautiful, a atrange superttition tbat would teach ui to believe tbat the great aod tha good of this eartb areguided, watchtd rtr. and beloved from very childhood. by i guardian tpirit, a holy angel, who first fill tbt vounr beart with ambhioo, and then taaches tbe untrxined footttap the ways of glory aod honor, the paths ol tnurapti and lacii. Sucha cuardian apirit, a mizhtybemg rob d in maiestv. and clad...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 11 September 1844

From tbe Ciocinirat'i Adas. THE RESULT. Suicc the campaign of 1S44 bas openod,. elections hu e been held in ten' Slato?, which have becn well contested ; aud es far as tbey go, wc are willing to take tbcm as tho test or public sentiraent. There have also becn partial elections in Peansylvania, Virgiuia, and other States, to fill vacancica in Congress, that show a tillmore decided Whig gain than the generaJ elections in the States. Tbey all indicate unerringly tbe complete triumph f the Whig partywhen Mr.Ci.Ar takes the fieH. We have not ashadowof doubt tbat his majority will bj as large.if not lar ger, than Gcn. Harrison's. We give this, not as idlc boasting, but as our opponents tt show any change of public opinion, as ibdicated by the elections, that have takcn place within a twelve month, that can in-validate-this result. The only Statesthat Toted' for llarrison.in rcgard to which any doubt can be felt as to their voting forMr. Clay.are Maine, Michiganand Mississippi, rhatgive 20...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 11 September 1844

4 of any Sute in the Unioa, althougii its freo aud liberalimrounities were the concessions to the peoplo of royal niunificence. Under nrfltencc tbat tbe majority have erer a right i. ,rw mrvlirv ihelr coDstitutions when- . . . . KJ tt 1 L L . a"" ... w j 1 ........ . - rver ihey sec fit, regardlcss ofthat netessity Spain was doing nothmg to asserl and en ar'ning from extreme and otherwise irrem- ' force hcr claim. Her representat.ve had edUl Lrcion which alone can justif, rcr- J even gonc so far as to stipulate, in a con euin opprcwiua . j j ntion.to acknowledgethelndepcndence olution.and whirh did not exist. Dorr "nJ of Mexi'CO) aIthough that convention was .lertook to hold irregular elcctions at which , rat;ficd by Spain every body was permitted to Tote, and even ( dams had a right to authorize twiceorer, whetherqualificd or not, andhav-1 tjie nCg0tatjon 0j- a treaty f0r the acqui ing thui obtaiued a majority which subse- s;t;on 0f Texas with both or either of the Quentcventshares...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 11 September 1844

Tbo New and Efegant Boat A R JL A JS U , CAPr. A. P. IIOBART, WILL eommanoe br reeulnr irlpt be tween thia Gity and BufTnlo in con neetim with th Pneket, J. 8HERMAN, rannio' night and day aa followa jlravct Vtrgrnnti, arr Bnffalo, Jaly tb August 20th Saptember 1 7th Juljr 22d Septembcr 2d Septeinher 30th Uciobrr iDiu ucinocr zaiu Tbi. nicket U finished in a ttrle unsur- imssed" by anv Packet e.ther on the North ni or Weston Canal. Her Rooms are large and airy, her arrangementi are such tuai ici"v " "'fi"'; . ni-.-litted with bvnbs without incon veiiicuce. An experieaoeil Captain and crew wijl epsre no paina to ;nako a jotsrney from this place to Buflalo pleasant. Every faeilily will be ifiven to Familiei who w'rsb to board themaalves.' For fnrtbcr particuar n alr of R. CHAPMAN, Vergennes, Vt JOT & WEB3TER. ) BufTalo, WM. HTIMPSOV, ti. Y. Vergennes, June 18, 1844. 8;6ai. Wool Cardiog. Tlie mnehtnes at the old itatid of D. P. Keb in first ratc repair. and the business afWool Cardi...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 18 September 1844

.1 1 H. BELL, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TgRMS OF NINTII VOLUME. fillage snbjcribcn 82 00 Hil mbcnbers, . . . z.ou Uditidaali and Companies who lake at tbe office 1'75 or 1 50 cents ilpaid in aix monlni. ITiofe who taka of Poatrideri . . .S2.00 II noi paid at Ibtertd of the year 2, 25 No papen disconUnned until arrearages are paid Meept atthe option ofthe proprietor. No paymer t to Ctrritrs allowed except ordered by the sroprie- An eortmunieationimMtbe addrecd totlieed for Post Paid. JinSCELLANEOUS. The Broken Vow. BT ELIZA A. DUPOT. Twilight was darkening into light, the first numbered, and she began to th.nk i .was her faint starof evening glearaed through tbe dV remam h h" faTblueHeavens.audtbehushandreposeof the.r joungest cb.Id. and the only one w.th iaroiuciioa.cua, " , '"T out tiei wbich severed tbem in a measure nature seemed too holy to be broken by the u h , roof- stnfc : of human , pass.ons ; yet how painfully , myPdarling." said her fatber. when d.d the qu.ct of that erening...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 18 September 1844

. . . & t!u!i bs in all oue. cjMnfcdrj cor- ; ,4. the Dretnmm will not te awarneov Shodd the funds cf Society permit, dis-1 the prcmium will not be awarded. srctionary prciniutns will be awarded on will be awarueu on some arueiea not "'X which mny bc deemcd wortny oLttcutton - 1 . ... nhlPfl of raanagcrs. BSGULATI0N3 OF THS FAIR. ; nt itinnjffer ivho sball occunv a convmicnt tt.tn J near the pl.ice of Exhibitio i. who shall m ike ea:rie' of animnU auil o:h:r prnper rynadre:l for eihlhiiion panicuhrly ipecif.in; Jhe Kanic wiili 1'ie numlier of it cn!rj and ddivcroutto Jhe ownrofthe auimaU rarti tlesso cniereil, a card containiuji ihe num lier only, of such entry which canl shallbe affieilto the article or articles so cutcred.or in the c.-i6J of auimali. tho card niay be affix id cilhcr iu the r.nimal or pin in such a man nrr as to be Iejible to the exainluin;; Coiu m:itoe. I I. Xo aniiaala oi other property entered for prcmium shall be reraotcd from tbeir pens ir thelr rcspective...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 18 September 1844

tromblers have been nlmost frantic from the 1 thustChandlcr Whig 5,C00, Dilliugham apprebenMonoflociusMaiDe. Their elTurts Loco G.XJ, Ptuinan AbU. iun l,4D3,uotex have been uti'Iriu". But after all, Maine actly as suine towns are to be heard from would have triuuipbcd over the enemies of whicli aw howwernoiespecteJ toinaterially .1 -,i i,t l.een fnr the intervcn- vary the result. 11JU l-UUIHIJ tion of Third-Partyism. How olmd and pre posterous must a parry he who professcs to nacrifice cverythiug to ihe abolitioii of Sl-i-rerv, and then voto in a mnnncr uhich niusl serure the tiitimph of n raan and a pay whoso great and onlv principlc nfanncxatiuii thevnbso.i.tclvkunw will be aecomplished, nnd'sbvery fiscd forevcr upon the country in tbe event of their Miccess. J Anderou, Loco-Foco caudidato for Gov.. bas been electedby about two thouaud jotitv- Thcreisalsoamajorityof Locos in ,he Senate. Vcry fc meinbers of the Uouse bave been clecfd atid piobabiy not a quoruro, but f tho.o clectcd...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 18 September 1844

f Sajid's Sarsaparilla. TH15 nriivnlpil nrrnoration has nfifoim ed so-iie of tbe most aRtonisning cures of dS rases that re xecorded in ihe anoals of his torr, Ums pruviDg conelusivelv that it tsca pible of falfilling tl.e li'gh aim and purpose fo' which it is disijned. Patients suOVnns r... .,r3 f,m virinm chrnnic constilulional dUorden, afier trying diilerent remedies, pendllg thousanos m uoiuis wa.f-B sn,d docterinjr. and 6uff.rins all that buraai. :., o,,,-t,lf. of endurintr. have bv tbe use of a few bntilef, enlirely recovered iheir health. Clnonic Kueumatism, ocmiuu ui Kin-'s Eril Sslt Rheum and Hingworm, Ul cirs and painful sflVction of il c boi.es, UI- ceiuted Throat ancl ;osirns, ocurvy, uuta Blotcht-sand various cu- uneous rrvpiious, are effectually cured byits use. DNeases baving tbeir nrigin in an im pure stale of the blnod and fluids gencrally W.l Iic speedily and efTeciually ftmevid by this inva'uable raedicioe, as its opetniion is peculiar, and consisls in rerr.oving ...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 25 September 1844

J H . BELL, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERM3 oF NINTH VOLUME. fillage ubjeribers, ....... 8200 Mil ubcriberi, . 2,00 lndmduali and CompanieJ who lake at the offiee gl'75 or 1'50 cents il paid in llx moMh. Tbote who Iak of Postridera . . .$2.00 II not paid at lietnd of the ycar 2. 25 No pap" diKoruimied until arrearagei are paid rxctpt at tbe oplion ofthe proprietor. No pajroti t la CrrieraIlowedcxceptordered bj thcpropne far. , All eemmtinieatioiiimuitbe adilrened totlieeu- for Povr Paid MISCELLAKEOUS. From the Philadelphia Sat. Post. Jasper Forbes. A REMINISCENCE. CX URS. LADT JASE PIERSOX. Yes, 1 rcracmber niany touching incidcnts of life; many sorrowful, as well as joyous pacsages in the historics of those wbo were my scbool fellows, amlamongst tbem all not one more tbrillingly interesteringthan thesto ry of Jasper Forbes. He was about four years tny senior, and altbough tall, and gracefully tnade.had a geDtle and almost femiuine beau ty of forra and featurc. His brown hair lay -itb ...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 25 September 1844

Now that tbs Protcctiye policy is popu Jstr, what infamous fraud for tbe Locos to pretend that Mr. Clay is oppoeed (o Pro teetion that the Polk party arein faror vf it 1 40,000 Whigs in Council, WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA IN MOTION. Tbe Pittsbargh Conventinn on the lSth iriPt.. was a roiifer. At lcast FORTY THOUSAND oftbo freemen of Pennsyl vania and Virginia were in Council. A corrrcspoudeiit of the Baltimore Patriot thns writcs from thc place of meeting; Nerer bas there bcen such a meeting westof the Allecranies. excent at Dayton, Ohio, in '40 and '42. Hon. Walter 1 Iirwbi, lateSecretary ofthe Treasury, ' presided. assisled by a number of Vice j Prcsidents and Secretarics. The Prize Ranncr was awarded to the delegates from Gcn. Markle's cotinty, Wcstmoreland ; they scnt nearly two thousand delegates. TVirly has ehe won it, and nobly will sbe bear it in the coming contest. iMr. For warw jnade one of his best speechcs up on takcing thc chair; hc sat down, Hon. Anukew Stewart, known throug...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 25 September 1844

merstotry-itisto cut the top wjth a scythe, asfhe rot commences with thc top first. I Vimlsor (Vt.) Journal. MAINE. Sach n scream of ttiumpb is set p by the Locofocracy about their wctory in Matne a thc people have uotreccutly heard sounded in their ears. Dnring thc last few montlis, State aftcr State has gone for the "vVbigs.and there has not bcen scarcely aeijiuch noisc made about it as one single aclncvement of :be Lo cos, who have taken Mainc as thc Dutch about four hundred ycars since took Holland. No Whig cver expected to carry Maine. totill they have scared the Locos dreadfully. and even made agahi of four orfivc thousand from lattyear. The Prcsidential vote will prove inuch better still, and we waru the "unlerrifie d democracy" to be on the alert.after all. Whig gcry isdoipg marvellous things cvcrjwhere. Returus from 333 towns give Robinson, Whig, 37,597, Anderson, Loco 47,812, 3d Party and scallerins, G.12G. These rcturns tbow a net Whig gain of 4,820 from last year. Wc giv...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 25 September 1844

Sand's Sarsaparilla. THIS urtivaled preporation has pcrfoim rd Bouiof ;be tnost aRionisning cures of dis fhm nrt. rrcorded in the anaals of bit- torv, i''Us ;):ovin;coneluMvt-lv that il isca- uiblrol liiiuiling me wgu u ; ;. ;. d, wnpd. Patifnts tufkrins . veari fr.im vatious chfniic constilulional rii.r.!.-i. aficr trvinrr different mnedies, Pnding thousands .-f dollars in trnvel og dd docicnair. and suff-rins all ihal Iiutnsi. ;.. ..-.hl,. nl pr.duriff. have bv the tne jf a frw little, en.irtly rrcovcred their healili. Ciuumc Rbtumatitm, Scrrula or ?.-:.. I7:i Slt tMimni nnd Kineworin, Ul- I n-iinfiil T.rlinn nf II e boiies, Ul- ... r.,,..! Thrct and cstrils, Scurvy, Bilts. t.-hrooe sore Eve., Blotchesand vartous cu un ous rr-ptio'ns, are eflrclually cuitd by in nse. Dief s lisving llicir .ngin d nn nn i ore -late cf the bl.H.d m.d fluids gcncrjlly w 1 h- specdily aud cffcc ualiy ri m-vi d by inrauable medicine, as na iperaiioii is K....i!r. nnd roneisii in rcmoving ibe cnuse in'o...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 2 October 1844

H . BELL, EDITOR AND PROPR1ETOR. TERMS OF NINTII VOLUME. IS rUELISIIED EVERT WEDSESDAT MOR.NIO IX STEWWBT'S EL'ILDISGS, BY J. COBB JR. BT WIIOM ILL OKDZR1 rOK rElSTlBC- Filtage iiibtcribert, $2 00 ilail fubicribcrt 2,00 IniimduaU and Companies who take at the office 8175 r 1'50 cents ifpnid in aix monthi. Those wbo tako of Postriders . . .82,00 If nm naid at llieend of the vear 2. 25 No papers discontinued until arrearajM are paid cxceptatthe oplionoflhe propriltor. No pajmert 10 Carrieri allowed except ordered bj tbe propne far. AU comm'inicationsmastbe sddre?icd totbeed for Post Paid. ' 3IISCELLME0US. From the PhUadelphia Sat. Post. Jasper Forbes. A REMINISCENCE. BT MRS. LADT JASE Concluded. riERSOIt. It was a lovely Indian Summer day and we had been out in the gold and crirason lobed wood, gathcring chesnuts and wild grapes, and feastingonr souls upon thebeau ties of the dcep blue ether, with its bright clouds like spirit chariots liorue upon the whnl ; that shook with a decp rus...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 2 October 1844

iboeof Poland; -pastnres ampler and fairer jhan the shepherds of Eugland or Spiin ever savr; cotton, rice, for the world, thongh "Eygpt and India were Bmliten with instant and perpetual sterility, lethira reflect tbat there are limits of a natiou's territorial ex l.Mjt, which thc laws of natureandofmari do t ilipm 10 transcend. bevoud wbich tides of thc nation'al h'eart cannot . . . . . be propelled, or cannot flow liack ; ueyonu wbicb, uuitv, identity, nationality, aredis aolred and disipited; and then let him bear in mind tbat our lerritory i already three times larger tliao Englaud, Spaiu. F muce and Italv. all put together; larger than tbe Roman'Empire inits zeuith; nnd he will bo prepared to saj whether, nithorwithout the eostofawar; witb or without the violation oftreaties; with or wilbout the approval of tlie moral iudeements ol the world, irrespcc rive 0fallioQunccupouhi8oWnStale.orre - - . ', . . ..M .i.i nuiiu, iiivfj'.- s-iou ol atatrs. nc minks bhhiw ,,"'"' - .j-. - : , ...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 2 October 1844

here is pioof posiuve of Engl'tsh interfer-' ence with oar domesiic coacerncs Brit- ( ish gold will be lavishly spent to mtSu ence aSairs in this country ; aad British ageais wiil roam through oar land, to cheat and deceiTe oar people into tbs sup- portr.f British meastsres. Are they to be thusiraposed uppn or corruplea i ne do not beheve h. Tfaeiaflaence of British pold may be partialiy felt, it is trne, in tbe parchase of a few venal presses, which cre z disrace to the counirj ; but tbe raass ofthe American people will sparn th'ts foreirn attempt oa tbe pantj of our government, and cJin with more tenacitj to tbe measare which Eagland is sd de siroas to destroy. Tbe knowledge tbat British ajrents are at work, nnder icstrac tiocs from their ernployers, to procare tbe reaeal of the tarifi. will be snffieient to rtimaJate tbe American people to itssup-j port. No Ccngress wil dare to nmte whb Enland ia the destroction of oar xnanafactares. No patriot would saac lioa so nnbolv an caioa;...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 2 October 1844

I Sand's Sarsaparilla. TlIlS nnivalcd preporation has ptrfoim-r-d someof ihe most astonisniog cures ofdis tases thal are recorded in lhe aonals or his ibry, iliUi proving concluively that it is ca pible or falfiiling the lgh aim and purpose ror whicli it is disunetl. Patients jufftnn? f..r vears fr.im various chronic conslitutional tli.o'rdt-M, nfier trying different remedics, pending tbousacds of dollars in travehng n'ul docterinjr, and suflKrin? nll that humai. naiure U capalile of enduring, Imve by the use of a few b..tlk, eniirely rec.overrd their heallh. Chionic Hheumatism, Scrufula or Ki.-u's Evil Salt llheum and Kingworm, Ul errsand painlul sfil.lion uf t c bones, Ul ...r,io,t Ti.rnt an.l Noslrils. Scurvy, Bilis. Cnronxsore E;,-e, Blotehesar.d tarious cu- i..ninu) rrjtit ons.are eneciUJiiy cureu u) nsci DNeafs having their iTigm n an im- pure Male of the bl.md and liuius grmr-.i nr.ll b? sceedily aud rfiVcually rtmovrd by ihi inva'Udble medicine, as iis nperation is prculinr,...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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