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

JVew Stove!! as. m <& w- srmwmrai® Would inform the public generally that their NEW DRY GOODS have arrived; and are now open for examination at their Store ionnerly the Huntingdon Bank, and latterly occupied by L. Gotta, opposite the store of Suoope k. son. Among them a comprised and extensive assortment of FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS Consisting of Cloths, Cassimers, Sattinttts, and Vestings, Muslin Deleanes, Chintzes, Gighams, CalKcoes, and Painted Mus tins, Silks, Satins, Sheetings, Bleached and Unbleached Musslins, Linen & Cotton Drillings, and a large assortment of Fancy articles, Groceries, Glass, and Quecnsware, Hard ff'arc and Cutlery, and Nails, Shear, Cast and Blister steel; assorted win. dow Glaie,- Looking Glasses; and every article necessary for a complete country store. The public are requested to call, at they are determined to Qi7~ SELL CHEAP.ja) April 3d, 1839.

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

LIST of letters remaining in the Post Of fue at Mill Creek, Pa. Seth K lluvtlan.i 2 John Huiston 2 Kich'd Plowmun 1 John Robirtsson 1 Dan'l. Glbblu 1 Mr. Thompson 1 Robt. Dearmet 1 Ruh't. Holt Esq. 1 Rob'tVVrap 1 Wiuchestei -M'Cnrtliv Wm. R. Smith 1 Rev. T. E. Thomas John Ros» l D- E. Clayton 1" Smith Clarke 1 A. S. Gibson. L G K.ESSLER, P. M. April, 3d, 1839. The Ft/JLE BRED Horse 1DWTO OREY BEARD WILL stand for mares the ensuing season commencing on the 22d of April, the first week at Alexander L"wries, Yellow Springs, the second week at Samuel Wallace's stable, near Union Furnace, and so on, changing weekly throughout tilt season, at $10 For the season, Iff To insure with foal. He is the right kind of a horse for this country. With the pure blood of the race horse he combines the strength ot the cart horse. He is 16 hands high, barefoot, and without a fault. I have his pedigree properl y certified. His sire has stood, in the care of Mr. John Watchell, Clearfield Co. Va., at...

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

TO,EAD THIS!: DR . SWAYNE'S COM 4JIA POUND SYRUP of PRUNES VIRGINIAN A, or WILD CHERRY: Thisisde ciiledly oneof the best remedies for Coughand Colds now in use: it allays irritation of the Lungs, lo isens the cough, causiug the plcgm to raise free and «-asy; in Asthma, Pulmonary Consumption, Recent or Chronic Coughs, Wheezing & 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 onl y at Jacob Miller's stors Huntingdon, ANOTHER recent teat of the unrival-¦ *sA led virtue of DR. WM. EVAN SI* 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 frequeot use of the above medicine. My symptoms were, a sense of oppressi...

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

Case of Inflammatory Ilhcu ma tism. Another positive proof of the extraordinary success of Dr. Win. .Evans' practice. Mr Munson, at Mrs. Lewis', 21 Bowery, N. Y. was laboring under a vi lent inflammatory Rheumatism, being completely unable to move in his bed without assistance, with extreme pain in his legs and arms .which were swollen to an enormous size, with great heat, excessive thirst, dryness of skin, and violent pain in the head, &o, all of which was within forty-eight hours greatly by Dr. EVANS' CAMOMILE PILLS, and in a few days restored to perfect health. The Pills are for sale at Jacob Miller's store, Huntingdon, Pa. A Case of Tic Doloreux. Mrs. J. E, Johnson, wife of Capt. Joseph Johnson, of Lynn, Mass., was severely afflicted for ten years with Tic Doloreux, violent pain in the head, and vomiting, with burning heat in the stomach, and unable to leave her room. She could find no relief from the advice of several physicians, nor from medicines of any kind, unti...

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

Coughs Coughs. T~kR. Swayne's Compound Syrup of pru •"-^ nus of I'irginiana or wild Cherry. This syrup is highly beneficial in all pecto ral affections; also, in diseases of the chest in which the lungs do not perform their proper office from want of due nervous energy: such as asthmas, pulmonary ennsunption, recent or chronic coughs, hoarse ness, whooping cough, wheezing and difficulty of breathing, croup and spitting of blood, dfc. How many sufferers do we daily behold approaching to an untimel y grave, wrested in the bloom ol youth from their dear relatives and friends, afflicted with that common and destructive ravagcr, called consumption, which soon wasts the miserable sufferer until they become beyond the powerof human skill; if such sufferers would enl y make a trial of Dr. Swayne's invaluable medicine, they would soon find themselves benefitted; than b y gulphing the various ineffective certain remedies of which our newspapers dail y abound. This syrup immediately begins...

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

PROSPECTUS OF The National Magazine, AND REPUBLICAN REVIEW. H. BRENT, ESQ . EDITOR . The National Magazine and Republican Review, will be published In the city of Washington, District of Columbia, on the 1st day of January next, and delivered monthly in all parts of the United States; devoted exclusively to the advancement of the great principles of the Whig party, and the encouragement of literature and science. 1 he experience of the past year has confirmed in the minds of the more reflecting and sagacious of the Whig party that a vacuum exists in the periodical press of the country, in which should be combined the productions of our great statesmen on literary and scientific subjects, and those of the eminent literary geniuses of which the United States can boast so ample a share, on the various subjects that present themselv ci to a sound and vigorous intellect. It cannot be doubted that the present crisis demands the publication of a work calculated tc/infuse and circul...

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

MORE CONCLUSIVE PROOFS: Oj the extraordinary efficacy of Dr. Wm. Evans' CELEBR A TED MEDICINES, IN ALLEVIATING AFFLICTED MANKIND . CASE OE DYSPEPSIA. Mr. David Morris, 41 Suffolk street, N. York, had been severely afllicled with dv* pepsia for upwards of three years, du'ing which time he seldom experienced any relief. He was troubled with constant Torn itings, and on some occasions raised blood an occasional cough, with pain in the chest and difficulty ol breathing, drowsiness, uneasy sleep, loss of appetite, giddiness, unpleasant taste in the mouth, with furred tongue. All these distressing symptoms disappeared, after using Dr, Wm. 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 afflicted Office No, 19 North eight st. Philadelphia. Philadelphia, Dec. 21. 1888. To DR. Wm, Evans—Dear sir: 1 am truly happy to write you this...

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

Several hundred engraving, owv irooD. Among others, the following subjects will be particularly exemplified: 'l'he art of Gunning, in all its branches, including the Rifle and Pistol Shooting, with ample directions and valuable hints tathe young gunner. The natural History of the American Gime Birds. | Boating and Sailing, with a full description of the yarious F;mcy Crafts, and au interesting account of the principle Yatch Clubs in Europe. The Horse and the Dog, in all their varieties, with every requisite respecting Purchase, Bleeding, Breaking and Keeping. Angling, with an account of American Fishes. Archery with its customs, (fee,, and a History of its Rise and progress. Quoits, Crickets, Rickets, Fives, and other Hull Game: Forming in the whole, a valuable Cyclopedia cf useful and agreeable knowledge. The Second 'and Third Volumes, nearly one thousand pages, contain the Celebrated ANNIVERSARY REGISTER and monthly Calender of American Chrono ogy. Complete for every day in th...

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

Still another case of Dyspepsia. ASTONISHING CURE. Abrahrm J. Cremer, residing at 66 Mott street, N. Y. was afflicted with Dyspepsia in its most aggravated form. The symptoms were: Violent head-ache, great debility, fever, costiveness, cough, heartburn, pain in the chest and stomach always after eating, impaired appetite, sensation of sinking at the stomach, furred tongue, nausea, with frequent vomitings, dizziness towards night, rcsMessness, &c. These had continued upwards of a twelvemonth, when, on using Wm. Evans'medicine, the patient was completely restored to health in the short space of one month aud grateful for the incalculable benefit derived, gladly came forward and volunteered the above statement. The pills are for sale at Jacob Miller's store, Huntingdon, Pa.

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

wm&vtUu* At wholesale City Prices The subscriber has been appointed agent For the sale of every variety of Umbrellas and Parasolls, manufactured by J. Swain of Philadelphia, Storekeepers and all otherscan 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 se ^ T. READ. Huntingdon, May 1st 1839. BLANKS, FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 5 June 1839

TEEMS OP THE S^ITTIST^DOM J0TTR1TAL. The "Journal" wilt be published everv V¦• In -slav morning, at two dollars n year if .ai I IN AOVANCE, and if not paid within ;ix in iotas, two dollars and a half. Eyjty person who obtains five subscribers tri 1 forwards price nt subscription, shall be firnts'ied with i <ixth copy gratuttinusiy for irie. year. N ¦ i u -.rin'.iin received tor a less period h in Ux i< iths, nm- any paper tiacontlnuecl l iti! irre ir r;es are paid. Ml •.) nn a licuiom must be addressed to • h¦¦ V, lit >r, past p lid, or they will not be Mended to. V 11 -!is ii "its not exceeding one square k: il ¦> • i >sheeted three ton . -¦ - for one dollar Tor every subsequent insTllon; C5 ficents per spin- '- will be charged,:—ifniidetnlteorderd .,..,, -i.-.-ii as to th-1 time an advertsment is to be continued, it will be kept in till ordced o;;f, and e.'i i*s;e accordingly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 5 June 1839

MO ii*. CTSCLU.siyq: PROOF? O l'i" ft - itordinQrp rMsacg of , ' Tm. Eyai»' CELEBRATED MF.IMQIAE8, is A:,:.::V:AT:.\.; AFFIICTED MANnT:o . CASK <'" r>YSPRPPfA. •' . IV is, 41 ' - ¦ ¦ "¦ - street, Nf. V ' ' ¦ . icen •• i Ivaulieted with dys ¦ ¦ i!'ni: -.,:¦' 1 any re« ;.•¦;. ; ... v . ' ¦' ivith i >n ¦ ant vnm itirigs, and on some oreastons raised blond ic •• ion Icouyi, with pain-inithe chest and 11;Hi r¦ >! t - . - of breathing, drowsiness, \'\ gin" liness, unpleasant taste in the mouth, with furre I to ¦•¦ . •. ¦ ' ¦ '¦¦ . • ¦ distress! ig svrnp toms disappeared, after using Dr. Win'. r."'.•':-.' celebrated medicines, ihfr. M. i ." '{] :< day nr two back, ami stnteil t'.ie . ¦'; i . ,' ., he is willing to afford any fur» t' er ination regarding the nature am' C if his ':-•!. ¦ afflicted (;:;'...•: i elg'ii*t. Philadelphia. t'^SUTK "mS^JtH-VSSt Ph la I IpUU, t) c. 21. 1.138. w h-- IT- , towrito yiw fmPn??.SL!J ffJJjE for the rcli-vf they have ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 5 June 1839

Ti£3 SOFT'S TOW "Love is lord of Pruth and L lyaltyj Lifting Himself ont of the lowly dust, On golden plumes up to the purest sky." SPENCER. CHAPTER I. "Casimir, I have a request yet to make; nay. a command—before I die." " Say on, Sir. You shall be obeyed." "touknuw what I hive Buffered) you know the injuries I have experienced; 1 would have you swear eternal hatred lu Russia!" "Father, I swear." "Heaven bles* you, my son. My per seditions, my misfortunes, my bodily sufferings, have often cause I your heat to bleed for me . Casimir. It is not a common hatred !e these Northern despots, the tjrsntnand usurpers, that I wou d mv, upun you; it is a deep-rooted detestation —to the death—-ha, ha!—hatred ;o the death, my son. Fonn no friendshi p with them; cherish no affection; lend no sympathy) ",ive them nothing but your curse!" '1 he old man, aa he concludedrose in , his beJ, and his son repeated the oath which he dictated. The si ght was evjii as that of the youthful J/inniba...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 5 June 1839

TE23 • . ,. . "I tell it to you as'twas toy tame." In the autumn t,f 18—, I had occasion to visit tin toan of N , beautifully TII bank of Die Connecticut river. M y business led tre to > ¦ . s luwTJrofthe three Score n:.. ¦ -. . ,., ,gtiDg e nm ¦ fruits u! « life cessfully devoted to profession. His drawiug-ieom was richly furnished and decorated with several valuable p»iniiu-«. There was one among them thai particularl y i ttraete^ my attention. It n pres . ¦ an »? ••- v.- th ' ¦ ' a fifnl ... r -.. i . in i r.i "• light ; . ' th .-:. over the grouj one ;/i' (he chiltJ npi ing its I ps to the cheek ol its n-.othi r. • :'hn;." said i pointirg to '.lie picture,"is very br,-.u i.ul. Pray, sir, what is ihe subject of it.'.' "It is a mother and her twins," sai: I e,< picture in itself is esteemed ah,.., but I value it more Co. - the recnl!ect>n« which are associated with it." i n-nd my eyes upon B ; he iooke'd cunuu - n'u-ntive, knd .' asked him i„r the stor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 5 June 1839

'1 CANNA BID HIM GANG, MITHER.' A very simple and very pretty ballad lias been writt-u bv our neighbor, Mr Andrew McMiikin, of the Saturday Courier; the uiiitic of which is by Mr. Knight, the composer; and the dedication of wllihc is to th 't accomplished songstress. Miss ShirePF. We f ivov our readers with the port's words —U. S. GAZETTE. I CHiina bid him Rang, thither, I canna bid him gae, lut'eed 'twould brak my heart, Blither, Gin he should chance obey. He's ae sac kind and wins .in ¦ As we walk on the lea . And 'though the pride of fifty maids, He at- returns to me. ML sure he loe's the* well, inithcr, An' f.yther too, I trow—Tl.cn do not bid hint gang, mithcr. And prayers will ever flow; For tit'sac sac kind and winsome, And brave I'm sure wad he As ouv Ud on Scotia's heather, Or e'en in Chrisfcntlee. Then do not Lid him gang, rrither, An steep my heart in wot—Indeed 'twill brak in twain, mithcr, To bid dear Willie go; For he's ae sue kind and winsome. As we walked on ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 5 June 1839

THE GARLAND. w -m— -mm. ——"Witn sweetest flowers enrfch'd Prom various gardens cull'd with care."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 5 June 1839

DEMOCRATIC HAR7JI30N AVD WEBSTER CONVENTIONAgreeably to t'i < call of the State Cam ntittec, the Convention met at l-Jo'doc1 ' in the Court House, on Wednesday the 22d of !\!av intst., and organized temporarily" by appointing THADDEUS-8TE YEN'S, Kip, Chairman, and Win, Ayes, Esq., Secretary, On motion, two cnmmilteca were apnointcd.-nne to report officers lor the Convention, and the other to report business for the Convention. Adjourned until three o'clock, P.M. Convention met agreeably to adjournment, ami the committee to report officers reported the names of the following persons as officers of the Convention; Predde-d—SAMI.. PARKE of Lancaster. Vice President!—Hon. SAM:.. D. LKIU of Schuylkill, -Ions GBBT of Philadelphia, HCNHY" IJIVKHG'I.13 of '.ancasicr, H. !•'. BoLUiAKof Allegheny t FBAKOIS UKATTV of Mercer. an-J JAMES vY. MaoRBHttao of Oreen. Secretariat— f! m. Ayes of Dauphin. It. C. Ilorrtillvt Chester, S' umJ. Hutch ins of JS.ie, 'Abraham Meng'e ol Berks. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 5 June 1839

O The Banks! 'Ihe 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 ri ght, when we cannot'raise the wind.' We need money as bad us he did, and we get none, and we have a perfect right to say thai there is a toul conspiracy among the Banking inslitulif-ns to keep u ". out 01 our money—we have noLPflls^*" ri ght, but it more rcasoni'ci-J excuse than the Governor hadi They knew his character, and ejf course, sr.itl it was danger ous business. They know not ours; ami if they did, t.' is a great deal better Ihuti Aia—but enough about that; we riotit like s.i.h comparisons, ami must to business. We need mon-y, and that is not all, we mmt have zome, at Last, so say some of on- creditors. And we shall refuse to hold any communication with any ban king institutions, until some rf our subscribers give us some of their 'promises to pay;" in order that we can. Our pnc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 5 June 1839

. The iron Heisrtt. Tie two annexed articles, fioin the Hairibburg Chronicle, show what is tht stale of feeling, relative '0 th,- conduct ol , the present f yranical Hoard of , -anal com •11 sioners, and their obedient vassals the engineers. This Is She coudtof of a party which moaned no I, uill y over ihe « iv ' ke.l ronductofRimer's admiautration. They ( do not merel y refuse to let them finish their contracts with the Bta'e but t1 cv j ROUlhem <f ,',:.;. ., dues, for l„bor alrcad ) dont! And We have home iit.l, cause to suspect dial a somew ia! ¦ in ,.. , game is being played on das line relative to the outstanding debts! VYchat 1 been told ihit the faithful partisans of Porter, have many ol then received theirmonev, while not one man who claims the honor of opposing iv.n, can ga one cent, al-.Inugh the legislature long since anpuopriated ih» - J *- ni>eci. - .iiy for the .Mean ni last season. But to (hearticfoa read them; mid you will be disposed iii judge as...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 5 June 1839

TO Retailers Sf Tavern-keepers. 1 lie act ol the uegislalurc oi fenns\l-. •an'.a passe-i the Tin April 1830, until fed "All B< 1 grattuatilig the duties upon wholeale ileal ra and retailers of foreign merchandize, 1 ud prescribing tiie niuilc of issiiitii; licences .nu collecting said daties,^' linong the r things dire.cts. Section 8ih. Itahall be iiieduiy of the proper city 0. ;aauiy Treasurer, on the first day of June in each year, to make iut ucu reel list of all \.\\u±i who have not paid ihe duty a id obtained license, and 1 shall be the duty ol ouch city or county treasurer to institute a suit against such lelinquenu, under the direcumn of the »ecniid section of the act ol March 1834. the aci of U lb March I8J4, entitled an act relating to inns, taverns, and readers of vinous and Spil'ilo'us liquors," Inec s Section 15. The county treasurer ieeiving such licences shall delivei them to die persons to whom they may have been | granted on their application and pay...

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