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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 22 May 1839

mmm mwumwm* OF FOREIGN-LITERATURE SCXSACi AHU ART Is published every month by E. Little & Co., 212 Chesnut Street, Philadelphia, for six dollars a year, payable in advance. Distant subscribers are requested to remit a $5 <<ote on account. With the year 1838 begins the Fourth Vo ume of a New Series, complete sets of wh.ch can be furnished at Two Dollars and a half bound. The New Series is begun because we are no longer able to supply orders for complete sets of the old. CONTENTS OF THE MARCH NOForeign Relations'of Great Britain, t Schilloj-'s Flight. ' • Luther and tne reformation. Engraving by the operation of Light. Peter Pilgrim. Stephens' Travels in the Russian and Turkish Empires. Deer-stalking. Miss Martineau's Morals and Manners. Nicholas Nickleby. Philip's Life and Timesof Bunyan. Jack Sheppard, by Midworth. State and prospects of the Jews. Civil Engineering in America, by Capt Hill POETRY —To an Infant dauehter; College Chapel. The Cathedral. The co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 22 May 1839

MORE CONCLUSIVE PROOF? Of the extraordinaryd/lcacy of Dr. Wm. Evans'J CELEBRATED MEDICINES, IN ALLEVIATING AFFLICTED MANKIND. CASE OE DYSPEPSIA. Mr. David Morris, 41 Sullolk street, N. York, had been severely afflicted with dys pepsia for upwards of three years, during which time he seldom experienced any relief. He was troubled with constant vom itings, and on some occasions raised blood an occasional cough, with pain in the chest and difficulty ot breathing, drowsiness, uneasy sleep, loss of appetite, giddiness, unpleasant taste in the mouth, with furred tongue. All these distressing symptoms disappeared, after using Dr, Win. Evans' celebrated medicines. Afr. M. called a day or two back, and stated the above; also, he is willing to afford any fur* thei information regarding the nature and cure of" his case to those similarly afflicted Office No, 19 North eight St. Philadelp hia . Philadelphia, Dec. 21. 18S8. To DR. Wm, Evans—Dear sir: I am truly happy to write you this in toke...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 22 May 1839

STORAGE FORU\9RDT>G &SJ2> COMMISSION BUSINESS-—.-.•.•.•«. •.-.-. •—LAUREL PORT WH AREHOUSE T BELOW THE WATERSTREET DAM ! npfhe subscriber has taken the wharf and "'¦" warehouse formerly occupied by J. CuNKlNGHAM ESQ-—3—4 of a mile below Waterstreet, where he purposes continuing the above business, at the following mode- rate prices viz: CTS. Wharfawe ou Blooms per ton of 5240 lbs 25 " Plaster •' " 37* •• Pig Metal " '• 124 «• Bar Iron «• 2000 lbs 374 «• If Stored SO Weighing either of the above per ton 124 Storage on Mdie. per ton of 2000 lbs 75 •» Smaller quantity 5cts per 100 lbs •« Fish per Barrel 8 ** Salt " 6i •• Flour •« 4 •* Wheat per Bushel 3 «« Rye & Corn ¦' 24 " - Oats " 2 Commissions as per agreemen*. • N. B. All Freights to be paid'before the *"<ods are removed, output p- al knowledge of the business, nubtubscn.. determined to add an unre- fnitting assiduity; and every attention that is necessary to render a general satisfaction to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 22 May 1839

;I i I 1 i iI 1 I T»EAD THIS!: Dn. SWAYNE'S COM 41* POUND SYRUP of PRUNES V1RG1NIANA, or WILD CHERRY: Thisisde cidedly one of the best remedies for Cougtu and Colds now in use: it allays irritation of the Lungs, loosens the cough, causiug the plegm to raise free and easy; in Asthma, Pulmonary Consumption, Recent or Chronic Coughs, Wheezing 8c Choking of Phlegm Hoarseness, Difficulty of breathing, Croup, Spitting of Blood, &c. This Syrup is warranted to effect a permanent cure, it taken according to directions which accompany the bottles. For sale only at Jacob Miller's stors Huntingdon. , < , ' j | | | j i ] 1 rfcNOTHEJJ recent test of the unrival-A« led virtue of DR. WM. EVANS' CAMOMILE PILLS: Dyspepsia of ten years' standing cured. I was afflicted with the above complaint for ten years, which incapacitated me at intervals for the period of six years, from attending to my business. I am now restored to perfect health by the frequent use of the above medicine. My ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 22 May 1839

NEW FIRM. &m (S&b HATTING BUSINESS, AND FUR STORE. DAVID SNYDER & SON respect fully inform their friends and the pub lie generally, that they have JUST RE« CEIVED A New <$• Handsome assortment of articles in their line of business, Which they offer to the public CHEAP, ft) cash or country produce, consisting of the following articles, viz:— Best quality of Otter Caps, latest fashion, Common do. City made Hats of the Utest fashion, and also of their own manufacture, Women's a.id Men's Fur Gloves, Collars and Tippets for Ladles. Country Merchants will be supplied with HATS 01 their own manufacture on a reaonable credit, and at as low a price as they an be purchased in Philadelphia. DAVID SNYDER 8c SON. Huntingdon, Nov. 28, 1838. To Markesmen. THOMAS DOUGLASS. c&ftin Imiti. Respectfully informs his frtends. and the public generally, that he still continues the above businnss in M'CONNLLSTOWN. And is prepared to manufacture all kind of guns or pi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 22 May 1839

ANK W a ¦ "" *~ - ~ \l~rA desirable opportunity for new subscribers. ^ /^] The fourth volume of the GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE, and'AMERICAN MONTHLY REVIEW, commenced on the first of January, 1839. TERMS—Three Dollars per annum, pay able in advance. 7'wo large volumes of near ly one thousand pages are published every year. _ This popular work is now printed with NEW TYPE CAST EXPRESSLY for the PURPOSE ON FINE THICK PAPER well "stitched in a neat cover, valuable en gravings are given in every other number. The Gentleman's Magazine and Montnly Review has attained a standing that ensnies its continuance; and the commendatory no flees of the most respectable portion of the press attest its merits and popularity. 1- ach monthly number contains Seventy-two, extra-sized Octavo pages, and presents MORE READING fMATTER THAN A VOLUME OF A NOVEL. It is published at little more than Kalfthe price of any other Magazine inthe United Stutes, yet contains as many. ORIGINAL PAPERS. AS ANY OTHER ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 22 May 1839

PROSPECTUS OF THE NEW YORK WEEKLY WHIG. THE Second Annual Volume of THE NEW YORK WEEKLY WHIG is this day submitted co its patrons and the public. During the Uriel year of its existence, it has been favorably received, and now enjoys a steadily increasing patronage and sale of 4 to 5,000 copies per week. The political character of THE WHIG is fully indicated by its title, It will support the cause of Constitutional Liberty, Social Order, and the Supremacy of the Laws with its whole heart and soul, aud expose corruption, peculation, Jacobinism, disoigination, and demagnguism in high places, with no mealy-mouthed phraseology or craven spirit. li will call knavery and hypocracy by their fight names, and hold [them up to the contempt of a deceived and despoiled people. Briefly, it will labour to restore the good old days when integrity and ability were the chief passports to public station,& when high lunctionaries seriously implicated in peculation and gross neglect oi dut...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 22 May 1839

At wholesale City Prices The subscriber has been appointed agent for the sale of every varieti/ of Umbrellas andParasolls, manufactured by J. Swain of Philadelphia. Storekeepers and all others can be supplied on as reasonable terms as they can be obtained, weolesale. in the city. All interested will find it to their advantage to call and seji T. READ. Huntingdon, May 1st 1839. BLANKS, FOR S.1I.E AT THIS O FFIC'K.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 22 May 1839

$40 Reward. THE above reward will be given far the taking and lodging in any gaol ol the Commo i wealth, a certain JAMES TAYLOR, who was arrested and confined in the gaol of Huntingdon county, on a charge of larcenv; but on the 19th ult. escaped from the same. He is about 5 feet 6 inches, high, and had on a low crowned white hat, with a broad black band on it; a striped gingham shirt, blue casinett roundabout and pantaloons. His hair is black and he lias a down cast look. JOS. SHANNON, Sheriff. April 3d, 18.T.I .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 29 May 1839

TERMS Ob' TUB HUNTINGDON JOURNAL. The "Journal" will be published every Wednesday morning, at two dollars a year if ?aid IN ADVANCE, and If not paid within lix months, two dollars and a half. I Every person who obtains five subscribers bd forwards price of subscription, shall be trauhed with a sixth copy gratuitously tor Ine vear. ... , • j N subscription received for a less period Lin six months, nor any paperdiscontinued jntilarrearages are paid. I All communications must be addressed to he Editor, post paid, or they will not be iteuded to. A-dvertisments not exceeding one square till be inserted three times for one dollar for •very subsequent insertion, 25 ficents per iquarc will be charged:—if nodetniteorderd ire given as to the time an adverisment is to >e continued, it will be kept in till ordeed out, and charge accordingly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 29 May 1839

THE PIONEER OF OHIO. 3His cell jinr otiti From the Gentleman's Magazine. Sorrow is a passion which lasts but a short time, when one is engaged amidst scenes of" action and excitement. It is when we lead a life of inactivity, that we permit grief to predominate over the other passions which are naturally more liable to gain the ascendency; but young persons—particularly thosj ot sanguine temperaments—are not prone much to indulge in grief; and ere long I had regained my serenity of mind had partially forgotten the scene, which for a time had harrowed up my soul; but I had not forgotten the vows over the grave of my family; I clung to that vow as wo are all prone to adhere to a promise made to a dying person, knowing it is tlieia lust request. Jt was towards the latter part of July, when Thomas Girty and myself started . on an expedition lor the two-fold purpose ol killing game, and every red man who should be so unfortunate as to get within one hundred yards of us. Our st...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 29 May 1839

TIIEGARLAND. "With sweetest flowers enrich'd From various gardens cull'd with care."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 29 May 1839

From the Louisville Journal. BATTLE LAMENT. For the Rev. Dr. Fisk, President offthe Wesleyan Seminary, Middleton, Connecticut; by John N. Maflit. ¦ FALLEN—on Zion's battle hill, A soldier of renown, Armed in the panoply of God, In conflict cloven down; Bis helmet on, his armor bright, His cheek unblanched with fear,— While round his her.d there gleamed a ligh* His dying hour to cheer. FALLEN—while cheering with his voice I The sacramental host. With banner floating on tlie air-Death found him al his post; tn life's high prime the warfare closed; But not ingloriously, He fell beyond the Outer wall. And shouted victory! FALLEN—a holy man of Gjd, An Israelite indeed. •A standard bearer of the cross, Mighty in word and deed—A master-spirit of the age, A bright and burning Tight, Whose beams across the firmament Scattered the clouds of night, FALLEN—as sets the sun at eve, To rise in splendor where His kindred luminaries shine Their heaven of bliss to share; Beyond the stormy bat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 29 May 1839

THE PROTEST t ! OJ the Democratic Members of the House j of Representatives, against ihe prsceed- ings of the majority of thai body in r«- I lation to Mr. Stevens. The undersigned, members of the , House of Representatives, present the following reasons for their vote on the , Resolution that the admission of Thaddeus j Stevens "be postponed for the present, ind that a committee of five be appointed to investigate the claims of the said Thaddeus Stevens to a seat in the House ot Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and whether he has, if duly elected, forfeited his seat by malennduct." And the undersigned demand under the rules of this House, that these! reasons be placed upon the Journal thereof. The third section of the first article of the Constitution provides that "no per- ] son shall be a representative who shall not have attained the age of twenty-one years, and have been a citizen and inhabitant ot the State three years next proceeding his election, a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 29 May 1839

TO Retailers # Tavern-keepers. The act of the Legislature of Pennsylvania passed the 7th April 1830, entitled "An act graduating the duties upon wholesale dealers and retailers of foreign merchandize, and prescribing the mode of issuing licences and collecting said duties," among other things directs. Section 8th. It shall be the duty of the proper city or county Treasurer, on the first day of June in each year, to make out a correct list of all those who have not paid the duty and obtained license, and it shall be the duty of such city or county Treasurer to institute a suit against such delinquents, under the directions of the second section of the act of March 1834. The act of 11th March 1834, entitled "an act relating to inns, taverns, and retailers of vinous and spiritous liquors," directs Section 15. The county treasurer leceiving such licences shall deliver them to the persons to whom they may have been granted on iheir application and payment therefor, and make report ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 29 May 1839

O The Banks! The Banks! No one has more cause to charge the Banks with a conspiracy than ourselves . The Governor said so, when he could not get any money; and we consider we have the same right, when we cannot 'raise the wind.' We need money as bad as he did, and we get none, and we have a perfect rig ht to say that there is a loul conspiracy among the Banking institulions to keep us out of our money—we have not only the right, but a more reasonable excuse than the Governor had. They knew his character, and of course, said it was dangerous business. They know nut ours; and if they did. ii is a great deal better than his—but enough about that; we dont like such comparisons, and must to business. We need money, and that is not all, we must have some, at least, so say some of our creditors. And we shall refuse to hold any communication with any banking institutions, until some cf our subscribers give us some of their 'promises to pay;" in order that we can. Our pocket book is ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 29 May 1839

Tyrany and Oppression. in another column will be found the petition of sundry contractors, setting forth the conduct of the canal commissioners, in using their power to crush and oppress the contractors; a more high handed p iece of tyrany, was never heard of. Because the contractors'differed with them—because they got their contracts under a former administiation, they must be the objects of oppression for these Loco Foco tyrants. Their estimates already made by the authorised engineers; and thus have assumed the character of positive contracts are disregarded, and the ri ghts of the contractors placed in the hands of the supple menials of the pre sent guilty, and corrupt administration. Let the people of all parties consider for one moment, the effect of establishing such precedents, and they will all see that as parties become more corrupt, they may all be liable to the same injustice. If one party establishe8 it, another will exercise it in sell defence; and the ri ghts ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 29 May 1839

magazines. We have just received (he April No, of Littell's Museum. It comes to us filled as usual, with matter of interest and importance. The contents will be found in another column. JJ e consider it one of the most valuable publications in our country Burton's Gentleman's Magazine, for May,* has just come to hand; & we may say that it more than equals any of i ts predecessors in beauty and interest. A beautiful mezzotint engraving accompanies it (the Pels) that we consider near* worth the years subscription. It tells well for the exertions of the enterprisin g proprietor, to render his magazine worthy of the patronage of the public. For a book to 'drive dull care away,' we consider it without an equal; and we always feel a pleasure in its reception, and an opportunity to recommend it to our readers. * The April No. never came to' us. Its too good to loose. If the worthy proprietor will send it to us, we shall be under still further obligations to him.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 29 May 1839

severe Storm. Our town and vicinty was visited on Friday last, by a remarkably severe hail storm, accompanied with wind and rain . We regret, exceedingly, to learn, that the hail did considerable injury in some sections of our county. In Hartslog valley, we have understood, that it cut down almost entirely, whole fields of rye; In our own town, the hail broke many of the windows in the Court house and other buildings. The wind too blew quite a hurricane; it prostrated with the ground, one or two stables in our town; and tore off the chimnies of some ot the houses . How far the storm extended over the county, we have not learned,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 29 May 1839

FRYING PORK. Take one fresh egg beat it. add half a »ill of sweet milk, and a sufficient quantity ot flour to make a good batter; freshen and fry the pork as usual; then dip the pieces in the batter which will ol course adhere, replace them in the fat, and alter a little more frying a light and delicate cake will enclose the meat, and thus constitute a dish for a middling sized family, which will tempt the palate ol the most fastidious: Try it ladies.

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