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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

" T/iesitken tie that binds two witling hearts." MARTUKD. On Tuesday evening, the 16th Inst., by the Rev. O. L. BHOWN , Mr. JOHN P. BLACK, of this County; lo Miss SARAH ROSE of Lycoming County.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

From the Knickerbocker. A "HIGH FLOWN" NEGRO. I lYasjoined b y George Edward Fitz-Augustus Seatouj a colored man, who discharges the functions tf waiter nt the City Hotel. He informed nic that he wasgoing to market, "for de special object," as he declared, of purchasing vegetables and other animal matter, for de immediate consumption ofde establishment." .Having nothing better to do, 1 agreed to accompany George Edward Fit/. Augustus, apd we accordingl y set off for Catharine Market,. When he arrived at that depot of natural animate and inan; < mate productions, my companion walked up to the wagon of n " fat countryman, and .liter peering for some time at his stock, inquired, "ifdose were good tatcrs]" 'Yes, Sir,' responded the countryman. 'A tater,' resumed George Edward Fitz. Augustus, "is inevitably bad unless it ismvvariabl y good. Here is no medi. ocnty in de combination ofa tater—De exterior in ay appear remarkably exemplary and beautis'onie; while de" interior is t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

RKUiSTKR'S .VOTIVE. NOTICE is hereb y given to all persons concerned, that tiic following named peasons have settled their accounts iri. the Registers Office at Huntingdon, and the said accounts will be presented for confirmation aud allowanceat an Orphans' Court, to be held at Huntingdon for the county ot Huntingdon on the second Monday and 12th day ofNov next viz; 1. Joshua Holler, acting administrator of the estate of Godfrey Lanzcr, lote ofthe Borough of Ho/lidaysburg, deceased. 2. Joseph Hess, administrator of the estate ol Peter Hess, late of Springfield township, deceased. . S. Samuel Hour.k, Executor of the last will and Testament of Jacob HoUck. l.-.te ol union "township dee'd. 4, Klathew Gi rner, administrator of the estate of Jacob Grubb, late of Hopewell 1 o .wnsjup dcc'.d. . 5. Isaac Dorland and John M'Cahan, administrators of the estate of John Dorland, late of the 7'ownship of Henderson, dee' n^ • » . fr JOHN KKEU - K'gioter Register's office, Hunting- -, don, 12th ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

For sale at this Office. S

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

AGRICULTURAL, j " From The Common School Assistant. How can 1 make more money from my land?-is a question which every farmer should put to himself. The followingremarks will aid him in answer: A creat ciiange has been niaifi in cu'ti-T»ting thesuil. "Twenty or,thirty years ago we raised wheat, wheat, wheat—ihen we raised rye, rye,and a fe«v cats, pea* and buckwheat; and ih-n in a great many p laces, we in ide fuel of fence-i, gaveiiir find to the Commons, end removed to the We»t, where aga'.n we could raise wheat and then rye, and end with oats v,1 buckwheat. tch has been our system of agricul-_P^I such the ration of craps -IV.it a change has come over the luid. We are learning to recover soils, and to raise a grca'er variety of crops. Great attention is now paid to the cul ture of roots. The potatoe, rutabag, mangle-wurtzel, carrot and parsnip, arc piercing the earth where Once stood a few half-starved spears ol rye, or white beans. By this change in agriculture, the land i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

From Ihe Michigan Whig. LEOEND OF LKNA W E E. 7/ie Tragedy of Devil's Lake—A Pur Traders Tale ofthe las', century. IT has often been remarked bv those who have had the least, opportunities ol becomingac/quaintcd with Indian clntrac t*r, that in the domestic VufueS, PSpOCl ally that of chastity, those r-jde chilure'ii nt nature far exceed their more civiltzeil brethren ol the human family, who look upon, them'Witr> contempt. '"'ie •"''""' in; incident, related by a person who had long resided aiming the In "inns of South' cVti Michingan, will in some degree e* tablish my Ecmarkcs,and disclose ^ a melancholy instance of savage vindtetiyoneas, MA-IUNA, the orphan daughter of a Pott.iw.itiamy chief, was not hivored by heav en With a parent's care. While she was yet an infant the sm ill pox, that destroylug angel of the Indians, deprived her ol both of her parents, and . the care other early years devolved upon A LIO FA, Ihe aged widow of her father's brother. Ma - otinii ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

TO THE FUBLSCI. DR. EVAXS' PILLS. wsisj^tMsaQ^rM c^ss jainpia ¦ilMiy Dr. Wm. Lvaini' t'.-mi.mite Tonic nl K.imily Aperient Pills.—Benjamin Brown, jcoi-iicr ol Sh'mpen and (Jc-uv^c su-eei.s I'li'ihulilphl.i, was affected far seven years wilh extreme nerve Osucss, by vVhith he w:is ml able to write his n.in'u-—his synitoms were, eruscalion, daily spasmodic pains i the head, loss of appetite, paJpitii .t'ieni ofthe heart, giddiness and dimness of sight, utter in ihili'y if emja^'ns.in any thine; that demanded vigor or Courage, bi' Ostss ofthe stomatlv, impiired appetite, colduiis an,: weakness ol the extreme-tics, cm.ici.itimis, ¦mil extreme debility, disturbed rest, a SCUM I if pi-essure and weight at the stincch afu r rating, great mental despondency, seven [flying pains in the ehest, hnck and bide, c>slllvtness, a dislike for society and convers*- |tlim , Mr. H- his made il-i.il nl various inrjdi-.'ines now tefm-c the public, but to on effect, uniil. objerying i-i antthlic ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

SP 1VER C03IPLAINT, cured i }& ,v Dr. Wm Kvais' Camomile Ionic and Aperient Pills.—Mr*. Lylle, Mount Jov, Lancaster, co. Pa.,completely restored t i'health, liy Dr. F.i-.ins' C.inv-inile Pill-. Hi- svnit ins were, great pain in h-.-r rie,ht side, c.nd.l not lie on ill r left side without an e;gravalion of the pain disturi.e;! rest, l'.x'.I-C'T.I. fi- !;¦ ¦ ¦¦ - ¦ • p :ii!Si:i tac hea.i. , 1.-.SS af ippeiite, pa'pitatiiai ofthe In-ut, giddiness and dimness of sfgh't, lanRour with other symtoms liidiealMiR great derntnjcetuetits in the fur.ct' .oli of the Liver.—Miss Lytic, daughter of the afrresaid Mrs- Lvtle, has also been restored to perfect hc;dth by the same invaluable Medicine. Her symtoms were extreme Nervoiisness, attended with a severe pain in her side, sickness on the strniac'n, erccthms, i\c. Mrs. Lale has the pleasure of Informing the public that nnmeroiiscases similar to her o vn, fin her vicinity) have been restored to health by the same invaluable Medicine. Ge...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

¦ -W*-il^- - ¦ ¦¦¦ - I -'¦ > ¦ J "V^ '¦"" TO THE.PVnMiFC. MOUE PriOOFSTO'F THE r.FFirAt'Y of Dr. Wm. Evans* Cmiomile Tonic, and Family Aperient Pills.—Mr. Joshua Swain, Cups May county, N. J., «ff, dually restored to hi ;,l.Il fn ill the loll nine distressing symtoms:—Extreme debility, ittended with constant pain in the side, : ' id; ai d limbs. ghldibeSt mid dimness rf -ight, sickness at the stomach, impaired npprtite, difficulty of brehtl ing, great tvreasure and Weight at the stomach alter eating, depression of spirits; coldness lied weak iiessofthe exjremctii's, flying pains in the chest, cestiveiiiss and i thcrsymtoms not nerc-saiy to enumerate. Mrs.Swuin, Wife ot the i-i'i'iiesaid Mr. Swain, has also been restorqd to In g ltli by the ahe.ve ioviiluable Medicines. Her . symtoms were—Nervousness, hejdache, pain in the side, loss offipp' t.ti-, rii-ttirl«-d rest, eiiirtinns tkc. The Ipublic are In rehy informed that their motives fi-.r making this declaration; are, thai ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

UZ/lBRBXiIiASj At -wholesale. City Prir.es The subscriber has been appointed agent for the sale of every vaiieii/ Of Umbrellas md p..n-so'K, manufactured by I. Swain of Phil.u'elphia. Storekeepers and all others can be supplied on us reasonable terms as they can he obtained, wcnles.ile. in the city. All interested will find it to their advantage to cull and see. T. READ. Huntingdon, Oct. IS, 1838,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

Br, J. M. ¥OIJR«. snm©m©M BaBH^23¥. RKsri-x.TFUi.LY informs the Ladies and Gentlemen of Ihliil'uvyjdoir, nnd the public u general, that he has opened mi olhce a few doors above Porter Wilson's iflkc ivhere he is prepared »o execute all opera- ' tions In Dental Surgery, viz: Cleansing, Filing* Pluging,] Extracting tarn Inserting Teeth. DR. YOU NO obligates himself to perform J the above operations in the most approved; manner, and at moderate charges. He has i on hand an ample su| ply of Iiicui-Viiptalilc Tcciin And other materials of the best quality. N, H. Ladies will be waited upon at their residence, if requested. RBFERENCBSy J. Hl-NDKltSON, M. D. D. Hour/., M. D. J, M. (JF.MMILL, M. D. KK.V. S. WIT.SON, JUDOK ADAMS. J. II, MiLi.Kit, M. D. President of Wash ington Medical College. JI. BUCKLKH. M. D. | n..ltimore. A. J. SWAUTZE, M. D. 3 ADMINISTRATOR'S H>' J \ TAKE notice that letters ol /t'mir.'str., tion on the Estate of John Gittelttnd late i Tell towuSlii])Iluiiti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

MORRISON'S FILLS. S.. frJufcftaR. (icncral agent tor Pennsylvania: Maryland Delewaiv &c, No. 7JJ south Seventh street, 3 donors below Market street Philadelphia, and No. 10 North street, Baltimore, near the Post oltice. eitllh irrure t by the use ofthe Lygen' tan VegelubU Universal Medicines of the British College of Ileulh, Loudon WHICH ive obtained the Approbation and Recoirn 'ndatioii of Thousands who have been -,ui d in Consumption, Cholera Morbus, ;, tarnations iutt-rnullv or externally and all diseases of the Liver, Yellow Fever, (iout . Rheumatism, Lumbago, Tic Dolerux, Dropscy, St. Viiusu's Dance, Epilepsy, Appoplcxy, Palsey, Green Sickness, and all obstructions' tii which the Female turn, is si dislnssingly liable, and which sensomany o th- fairest portion of crealioh to theii untimely niiives; Small Pox, Mea..els, Whooping Caugh, Scarlet Fever, Astlinm, Jaundice, Oravel, Stone, and all Urinary Obstructions, Fistula, Piles, Strictures, Ruptures, and iSi p hilisin ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

3HB9B liws^wil* OF FOtililG.YLITERA VURE 5C/£.\Ci AND ART Is published evcrv month bv E. Little ot Co., 212 Chcsnut Street, Philadelphia, t» six dollars a year, ,,aVable in advance. Distanl h'ibsenbers ure requested to remit a 9S note on account. With tin- year IB.IS begins the Fi ui th Vol ume of a New SJeries, coiiiplete sets of wh.ch can be furnished at Two D..liars and a hnlf bound. The New Series is begun because «e urn i ei IOIIRI r able! to supply onlers for complete sets of the old. CONTEXTS OF THE OCTOBER NUMBER. . , ; French Naval Romance?: Life of Chief Justice Coke: Vethake's Politico, Economy; China, its mate and prospects: Christopher in his Cave: Poems if Many Years, by R. M, Milues, The 6'e-raphim, t-nd other Poem" by Elizabeth Barrett; Thoughts and Images; Life of John Jav, first Chief Justice of the United States; American Strain Navigation bv Sea; Correspondence of ihe E-irl of Chatham; Fardorougha, the Miser; Oliver Twist; Nickleby; Zicci; Sonnets, -by the Sk...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

A^aiiiirasTOATOm's •MjDitlCJr * ALL persons indebted to th ¦ • Estate of Emanuel C. Stuk, tale of Tyrone Township in the County of Huntingdon ilee'il, are requested to msleC pavinent without delay, and all persons having claims agaiiisi said estate, are requested to present them to the undersigned residing in Tyrone Township aforesaid * ' priwerly authenticated for settlement. PETER 1HJRKET, Adui'r. Sept. 26, 1838.—6 T.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

GUN SMITHING. WANTED.— An apprentice to the abovr business is wanted by the subscriber, be-' tween Hand 16 years of age. A gooc£hanc« will be given toan indnsirious hov, of good habits by application to me, in McCocnelstown Huntingdon ci unty. THOMAS DOUGLASS, Srptember 18, 1838.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

a^i&ti&^r*^*' For sale at this

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

• New Groods, A splendid stock of New Goods, just received and for sale cheap by the subscriber the publiclare invited to call and examine, or thtniseves T. READ. cMav, 19. 1838,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 14 November 1838

TERMS OF TUB KffSTTlITCrDOlT JOURtiAL. The "Journal" will be published every Wednesday morning; at two dollars a vcarif paid IN AllVANCE, and if not paid within six months, two dollars and a half. Kveiy person who obtains live subscribers aud forwards price ot subscription, shall be f iruished with a sixth copy gratuitously for #ue year. lid subscription received tor a less period *Mv\ six mouths, nor any paper discontinued until arrearages are paid. All communicat i ons must be addressed to the Editor, postpaid, or they will not be witended to. Advertisments not exceeding one square ball be inserted three times for one dollar for •very subsequent insertion, 25 ficents per quare will be charged:—if nodetniteorderd ire given as to the time an adverisment is to ae continued, it will be kept in tillordeed; but, and charge accordingly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 14 November 1838

T HE STRANGER. FBOM THE PHILADELPHIA CHRONICLE. He came alone from his own bright land O'er the ocean, ever heaving; His cheek was pale and his eye was dim With a spirit inly grieving. What were his griefs? He toW them not: He was ever sad and lonely; He seemed with the spirit of the past To hold communio.i only. At times he would talk of other days In tones of thrilling sadness. Of hopes, of joys; of better years. While flashed the gleam of gladness: T'wastmt a flash—'twas like a beam Of sunset brightly playlcg Upon some tempest troubled stream, In gloom and darkness straying. .Pay after day he grew more weak, More pale, and sad, and weary; H« seemed like a flower drooping down In a lone waste bleak and dreray; He stojd like one beads his grave There tottering sad and lonely, That had but one more step to give,— But one more step—one only. Twasthen within that fearful hiur There flashed a spirit brightly—It was not one with a joyous heart And a footstep bouudir _, 'ligh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 14 November 1838

sm ftci'sficct. From the Weekl y Ledger. II a man would obtain the respect of others, or at least ol those whose respect is valuable, he should respect himself. Modesu is a great virtue, but is not incompatible with sell" respect. On the contrarjfethe most modest are those who tlniik too well of themselves, to forfeit their own good opinion by justly incur ring the censure of the worthy. Modesty consists in abstaining from unfounded pretensions, and not in forbearing to urge just claims. Every man should be cm c- lu! of his rights; for, by suffering them to be trampled upon, he endangers the right of others; and ne should remember that he is not an isolated being, but pari of a whole, to whom lie is bound by dull,; as well as interest. 4er.ee, self respect lias a double foundation. We advise every young man to respect himself at all times, whether in business or amusement. In business, let him respect himself by mildly, yet firmly maintaining his opinions, whenever ho is c...

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