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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 15 May 1839

A N A M E I N T H E S A N 1). BY MISS COULD. Alone I walked on the ocean strand, A pearly shell was in my hand, I stooped, and wrote upon the sand My name, the year, the day; As onward frcm the spot I passed, One lingering look behind I cast; A wave came rolling high r.nd fast, And washed my lines away. And so, mcth'ught,'twill shortly be With every mark on earth fcr mc! A wave of dark oblivian's sea Will sweep across the place W be re 1 have trod the sandy shore Ot time; and been, to be no mere; Of me—my day—the name I bore, To leave no track ncr trace. And yet, with Him who conn's the sands And holds the waters in his hand:, I know a lasting record stands Inscribed against my name, Of all this mortal part has wrrught—Of all this thinking si el has thought, And from these fleeting moments caught, For glory, cr for shame!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 15 May 1839

The Advocate—Its JLies and MJimra. Our Readers will excuse us for once more leaving our accustomed course, to bestow a word or two upon subjects so universally despised. We have on more than one occasion, proved the various writers in (he Advoca(e, plain, palpable, wilful liars. It is unnecessary to do so again. Their characters, as well as that of their guilty and exposed master, is written in letters of eternal shame; and will remain unoblitcrated, until even their names shall be tor gotten. But as Mr. Porter's fyst, is anxious to add new laurels to his aliead y cumbrous chaplet of infamy, we will weave him a crown, in which he will find more thorns than roses. A deluded dupe of a disgraced and guilty clique, who have formed the panders of Governor Porter. He has emptied the vials of filth upon every man that dare tear of! the veil from the deformities of his master, and hold him in all his naked knavciies to the world. We have done so, and the political poaches and beagle...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 15 May 1839

The Lehigh libel suit. Our readers are generally aware that, during the last election campaign, a suit was brought by the editor of a Porter paper against the editor of the opposition paper, for a libel upon Mr. Porter. That suit has lately been tried, and resulted in finding the defendant guilty. This termination of the suit has been the cause of a renewed attack upon all those whose names were used to impeach the character of Mr. Porter. Perhaps i( will be well enough, lo call the attention of our readers to the causes of said result. As far as wc have learned any thing on the subject, we understand that the only causes, -verc (he oa(h of (he Governor himself—and the attack made upon the veracity and general character of Mr. .Stonebraker. Unprecedented as it may seem, this "Injured Innocent,'''' was himself a witness, to SWEAR, with his vsua1 strength, that he was an innocent man . Would it not have appeared something more like honesty and truth, if some other person had b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 15 May 1839

.u Summon A case is reported in the .Boston Sur gical Journal of the amputation ol the foal of a young lady, caused by having tread upon a cambric needle. How necessary (hen, that females should carefully pick up the needle which too often is allowed tc lie heedlessly where it had fallen. The Ledger g ives us another account ol a 'Smash up' on the rail road. A car was carelessly pushed over the top of the plane, at Schuylkill, by some of the rowdies, who now constitute the police of the road. It ran into the descending ears, and broke them to atoms, and the wliis key with which they were laden lost much to the regret of the '1/05- keeping' guardians of the road. Cof-cgory,— A late medical work says that the bite of a cat, when enraged, will produce hydrophobia; although they may not have been bitten themselves; and relates tyvo circumstances. One of a young man who yvas bitten, and died on the 49th day. yvith every symptom of hydrophobia, another of a milkman, who lay in w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 15 May 1839

U. S. CIRCUIT COURT—May 1. From the New York Journal of Cim. Judges THOMPSON and BETTS presiding, Cornelius Wilhelms and Joseph Vet Bruggen were put on their trials for the marder of Arnel F. Turley, Captain of the brig Braganzi, on the 5th of August, 1838, on the hig h seas. The prisoners being foreigners, the Jury was composed of one half aliens and the remainder A-•nerican citizens. Robert Moore examined—In July and August last, I was 2d mate of the brig Braganza; she jsailed from Philadelphia on the 7th July; Arnel F. Turley was captain Thomas Vanderslice was 1st mate, and 1 was 2d mate; there was four able seamen and a boy, who had shipped as an ordinary seaman. Cornelius Wilhelms anil Joseph Ver Bruggen, the prisoners in Court, were part of the crew; they were known as Bill and Joe; there was another man known as Harry, yvho shipped at Philadelphia, under the name ot John Adams; there was also a man named Hanz Knewdson, and 1 boy who was called Jem; I did not then kn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 15 May 1839

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 15 May 1839

FLAG OF THE PEOPLE! QO~ A single term for the Presidency, and the office administered for the whole PEOPLE, and not for a PA 11 TV. jl; T" A sound, uniform and convenient National CURRENCY, adapted to the wants of the whole COUNTRY-, instead of the SHIN PLASTERS brought about by our present RULERS. iT/'EcoNoMY, RETRENCHMENT, and REFORM In the administration of public affairs, ilyTired of Experiments and Experimenters, Republican gratitude yvill reward unobstrusivc merit, by elevating the subaltern of WASHINGTON and the dosciple of JEFFERSON, and thus resuming the safe and beaten track of onr Fathers,—L. Gazette.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 15 May 1839

TJ ^ JOTRNAL. 'One country, one constitution, one destiny Huntingdon , JHny is , 1839

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 15 May 1839

Democratic Mntimasonic CANDIDATES. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. WM.rl. HARRISON FUK VICE PRESIDENT DANIEL WERSTER.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 15 May 1839

Democratic State Convention. The friends of HARRISON and WEBSTER in the several counties of Pennsylvania, are requested to appoint delegates equal in number to their members in the State Senate and House of Representatives, to meet at the Court House in Harrisburg, at 12 o'clock, M. on WEDNESDAY, 22d of May, 1839. For the purpose of nominating a ticket of Electors, to be voted lor b y the people of Pensylvanta, at the Presidential Election in 18-10, and pledged, if elected, to support the candidates for President and Vice President of the United States settled by the Democratic Anti-Masonic National Convention, which yvas held in Philadelphia in November, 1833. Thomas II. liurrowes, Thomas Elder, Theo. Fcim, Amos Ellmakcr, Francis .lames, 11m k. Irwin, It il/iam Ayres, Hurmar Denny, Samuel II. Fisher, Ifilliam Stnith, Ner Middleswarth, William McClure, O'corge Mowry. Levi Merkii, Maxwell Kiukead. State Committee. Harrisburg, March 2, 183';).

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 15 May 1839

Revolutionary Conduct of the House. rcnnstlvaiiin liCgiNladirc. In accordance with the adjournment the legislature met last week, and thei r first step yvas one yvhich should consign every actor to lasting infamy—infamy more immortal than their names. Thaddcus Stevens, Esq. presented himself as a duly elected member from Adams county; yvhen Mr. M'Elwee of Bedford, rose and objected to his admission, on account of his moral character,—and finally the house consuinatcd their crime by voting, that Mr. Stevens should not be admitted at present. That our readers may learn who this guardian of morals is, we take his portrait from the "Harrisburg Intelligencer,"—look at it! "THOMAS B. M'EI.WEE assail tho moral character of any man! Oh temporal! A man whose bloated visage bespeaks to all yvho behold him, the sensual indulgence of the wearer! Such an object of scorn and detestation to prate of "morality I" It is a profanation of (he term. Before he assails the characters of othcis,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 15 May 1839

ADMIMSTRATOIVS A Of ICE. TAKE notice that letters of Administration on the Estate of Thomas Porshey late of Henderson tp, Huntingdon co.dec'd have been fronted by the Register of Huntingdon Co. to the undersigned, therefore, all persons indebted to said Estate, are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims against the same, arc requestet to present them properly authenticate!. ' for settlement, without delay. DAVID SNAKE, Jdministratori May, 15 1839 ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 15 May 1839

From the Lewistown \Gaieltc. QUESTION. Three partners once, A, B, and C, All with one voice declar'd. To take in Co. C's brother D,— And thus their portions shared. A B and C's, united share Of pounds were fifties seven, B, C and Ti's, three hundred were . PLUS thirty four, eleven. C, D and A's, eight score just, If multiplied by four; D, A and H's, yvere twenty PLUS Two les than twenty score. ften-itre'd now the total sum, With each man's proper share; ./tfnd when rhe work shall have been dontj Tell what the ansyvers arc. A STL'DF.NT. As we have received tyvo answers to the above, yve deemed it proper to give the question, it is from the Mifllin Gazette-Our readers will now understand the subjects of the answers; which is right or wrong, we know not perhaps the Student, may solve the mystery. For the Journal. The Lcyvistoyvn Student is advised to resume his studies, as regards a question yvhich appeared in the Mifllin County Gazette of the 2nd inst. The poetry is good, but,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 15 May 1839

MUKK CONCLUSIVE PROOFS' Ol the extraordinary efficacy of Dr. Wm. Evans' CELEBRATED MEDICINES, Ilf ALLEVIATING AFFLICTED MANKIND . CASE OE DYSPEPSIA. Mr. David Morris,41 Sullolk street, N. York, had been severely alHicleef with dys pepsia for upwards of three years, during yvhich time he seldom experienced any re« lief, lie yvas troubled yvith constant vom kings, and on some occasions raised blood an occasional cough, with pain in the chest and difficulty ot breathing, droyvsiness, uneasy sleep, loss of appetite, giddiness, unpleasant taste in the mouth, wi(h furred tongue. All these distressing symptoms disappeared, after using Dr, Win. Evans' celebrated medicines. Mr. .M. called a day or two back, and stated the above; also, he is willing to afford any fur« ther information regarding the nature and cure of his case to those similarly afllictid Office No, 19 North tight st. Philadelphia. Philadelphia, Dec. 31, 1838. To DR. Wm, Evans—Dear sir: I am truly happy to write you this in ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 15 May 1839

BOOT AND SHOE e«gJW.^2 MANUFACTORY. THE SUBSCRIBER respectfully informs his friends, and the public generally, that he has commenced the above business, and is now prepared to manufacture all kinds of LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S BOOTS AND SHOES, and all work to order, at the shortest notice, In the most durable manner. He hopes by strict attention to business, to merit a share of public patronage. J IMES BROWN. Watcrstreet, May, 7th 1839. jJ/"Two or three good Journeymen ate wanted immediately, at the above establishment, to whom liberal wages and constant employment yvillbe given. J. B. LIST of letters remaining in the Post Office at Mill Creek, Pa. Seth E. Howland 2 John Ronton 2 llich'd Plowman 1 John Rohirtsson 1 Dan'l. (iibbld 1 Mr. Thompson 1 Robt. Dearmet 1 Rob't. Holt Esq. 1 Rob't Wrap 1 W'uichesterM'Carthy Wm. R. Smith 1 Rev. T. E. Thomas John Ross 1 D- E. Clayton 1 Smith Clarke 1 A.' S. Gibson. L G KLSSLER, P. M.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 15 May 1839

P. Swoope, jr. "Wa/"Ori.l) respectfully inform hi aJW . rnen«l8, that he has taken th -Store formerl y known as P. 5'woope , Son, and that he furnished himself yvith NEW & GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF £3ar«lwarc ,€utlcry.Iron, stce AND ; Hollow ware. : His assortment of Fancy articles are o - the best kind. He has also a Ianre vari etyof ° QUEENS WARE, f Plane*, Chisscls, Angers, Mahogany Veneer, Rasps, &c. i and a general assortment of Tools of al : kinds. Those yvho wish to buy cheep, will th well to DCr'cALL AND SEE.c= QQ . EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. ALL PERSONS indebted to the Estate of Jacob Snyder, late ol . Wayne township, Mifllin county, decea-¦ Bed, (formerl y of Half Moon township, Centre county) are requested to make : payment to tile subscriber immediately: j and those having claims against said Estate, will present them properly authen ; ticated for settlement. J. N. THOMPSON, April, 10th 1339. EXECUTOR. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. JB HE partnership heretofore exis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 15 May 1839

NEW SPRING t CrOODS. ' H. & C, NEWINGHAM, WOULD respectfully inform their friends and the people generally; that they have just received at their <%&$®MW> on the south side of MARKET STREK.T, above the Market House, a large assortment of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARD, AND QUEENS WARE, LIQUORS, Sec. Consisting of Cloths, Cassimcrcs, Satinetts, Silks, Calicoes, Chintzes, Ginghams, blcach'd and unbleached M us- lins; Teas, Coffee, Sugars, and Molasses; . Gun-locks, Scythes, Cutlery of all kinds, Saws, Chisels, Iron i and Steel; Wines, Brandy, Gin, Spirits and Whiskey. They invite all interested to call and satisfy themselves that their goi ds are of a superior quality, and their 07-TERMS MODERATE ../J May, 8th 1839. DISSOLUTION OF Partnership . 7T1I1E partnership heretofore existing ¦ * ¦ under Ihe name of P. Swoope <$• Son is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Persons interested, are requested to call immediately, and have their accounts adjust...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 15 May 1839

| JVew Store!! w> m & w- srmwiBrai^ Would inform the public generally that their NEW DRY GOODS have arrived; and are noyv open for examination at their Store formerly the Huntingdon flank, and latterly occupied by L. Gotta, opposite the store of Syvoope & son. Among them a comprised and extensive assortment of FASHIONABLE DRY GOODh €:onsisting of Clothe, CuHsLmers, Sattinttts, and Vestings, Muslin Dcleanes, Chintzes, Gighams, Callicoes, and'Paintcd Mus lins, Silks, Satins, Sheetings, Bleached and Unbleached Musslins, Linen & Cotton Drillings, and a large assortment of Fancy articles. Groceries, Glass, and Quecnsware, Hard Hare and Cutlery, and Nails, Shear, Cast and Blister steel; assorted window Glasc, - Looking Glasses; and every article necessary for a complete country stove. The public are requested to call, as tbcv arc determined to 03" SELL C II E A P . _co April 3d, 1839. I ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. ALL persons knoyving themse/ves indebted to t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 15 May 1839

JVewb Goods. JAMES SAXT03T, JR. "VK^OULD respectfully infoim his " " friends, that in addition to his for - mer stock, he has added Dry goods, Hard ware, Paints and Dye stutls, CLOTHS, SATTTNETTS. VESTINGS, CALICOES, Ginghams, Jfiusliu de* leans, Silks and SATINS, SHEETINGS, BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED MUSLINS, Linen and Co/ten Drilling, Checks and Grass Cloths, And a General assortment Of Fancy Articles. IIA R D VV A B E. Tea Kettles, German and English Scythes Traces, Gun Locks, Neck Bolls, Saw-mill Files. Bcatty's Socket Chessels, Plains, Irons, Seizzcrs, Shears, Knives, Forks Pen-knives, But and Table hinges , Aids and Awl handles, Till, Desk, 5- Pad Locks, Bid Screws, assor ted, an assort, memt of Screws, Cerry Combs, Coffee mills, Lay and Dung forks, Shovels and Spades nraa SWIKPS - Indigo, Madder, Logwood, Camwood, Copat Varnish, Linseed Oil, Spirits ot Turpentine, Prussian Blue, Vemtian Red, Red Lead, Irhi/ening, Setterage, Rose, Fink, Span ish fl likening, Lamblack, &am...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 15 May 1839

Executor's Notice. £k LL persons indebted to the Estate of &*David?Dean, i;lte of Walker township Huntingdon County deceased, are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims against said Estate arcrequested to present them properly authenticated for payment at my residence In Hopewell township. WM. DEAN. Executor. May 15. '.«^

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