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

B EAD THIS!: DR. SWAYNE'S COMt'OUND SYRUP of PRUNES VIRGINIA N.\, or WILD CHKRHV: Ibis is de tiJtelly one of the best remedies for Cough ind Colds now in use: it allays irritation--nl lie-Eiiujis, lo .sens the cough, causiug ih plegm lo raise tree and easy; in isthma, I'ulm man Consumption , Recent or Chronic Coughs, Wheeling ft Choking of Phlegm Hoarseness Difficulty of breathing; Croup, Slotting of Blood; &.-.. This Sviup is warranted to effect a petnianent cure, it taken according to din en -ns which accompany tin l>"ttl<-s. For sale only at Jacub Miller's stors Huntingdon. rVNOFHE/? recent test of the nnrivnl-«** l<d virtue of DR. WM. EVANS' CAMOMILE PILLSs Dyspepsia of ten years' standing cured. I was afflicted with the above compl.int tor ten years, which incapacitated me at intervals for the period of six years, from attending to my business. I am now restored to perfect henltfi bv the fieqiiuit use of the abi.ve medicine. My symptoms were, a ...

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

LIST of letters remaining in the Post Office at Mill Creek, -i.th E. Howland S John Hurston 2 Rich'd Plowman 1 John Robi'rtsscti 1 Uan'l. (Jibble 1 Mr. Thompson 1 it-bt. Dcarmet 1 Rob't. H-,it Esq. i Rob't Wrap 1 WincheaterM'Cartliy Win. R, Smith 1 Rev. 'I. E. Thomas John Ros* l D- E. Clayton 1 Smith Clarke 1 A. S. Gibson. L G EliSSLER, P. M. April, 3d, 1839. The Fl'JLJL BRM.O ESorse, &REY BEARD WILL stand for mares the ensuing season commencing on the 22d of April, the first week at Alexander Lownes, Yellow Springs, the second week at Samuel Wa lace's stable, near Union Furnace, and so in, changing weekly throughout ths season, at %19 For Hie sensoai, 15 To iuntire svitli foal. He is the right kind of a horse for lids country. With the pure blood of the race herse he combines the strength ol the cart orsc. He is 16 hands high, barefoot, and without a fault. I have liis pedigree properl y certified. His sire lias stood, in the cure- of Mr. John W.itr.liell, Clearfield ...

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

Coughs fRoughs. ¦"hi. Suavne's Compound Syrvpofprii * - * nut of f'irginiana or wild Ihcny. This syrup is highly beneficial in all pecto ral affections; also, in diseases of the chest in which the lim^s do not perform their proper oifl e from want of due nervous energy: such as asthmas, ptllmonarv consumption, recent or chronic coughs, hoarse ness, whooping cough, wheezing ami dif. faulty ofjpreathing, croup and spitting ol blood, d/c. How many sufferers do we da'dy behold.approaching to an untimelv grave, wrested tn the bloom ol lontti from tlioirdear rclatiies and friend* afllicied with that cummin and destructive ravager, * ciilteil consumption, which soon waste tne miserable sufferer until they become beyond the power of human skill; il such sufferers would inly make a trial of Dr. Swayne's invaluable medicine, they would t'.oiiu find themselves benefitted; than b y gulphipg ihe various inetfectiyo certain remedies of which our newspapers dail y aboutitl. This syrup immediat...

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

Still another case of Dyspepsia. ASTONISHING CURE. Abraham J. Cremer, residing at 66 Mntt street, N. Y. was afflicted with Dyspepsia in its m ist aggravated form. The symptoms were: Violent head-ache, i;r<at debility, fever, costlveness, cough, hi unburn, pain in the chest and atom icll alw.ys after eatine;, impaired appetite, sensation of sinking at th. sti much, furred tomnte, nausea, with frequent vomitings, <liz7.ine s towards niujht, restlessness, tec. These had continued up—wards of n twelvemonth, when, o using Wm. Evans' medicine, the p-itient was completely restored to healtl in the short space -,f one minih and grateful for the in- ilcul ible hrntfit derived, gladly came forward and volunteered the at) le- Statement. The pills are for sale at Jacob Miller's store, Hiintin don Pa.

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

NO'flCJS 10 COUNTRY MERCHANTS . Umbrella & Parasol ittaiHifacio)'} actd Sfl»iT. No. 37, North Third Street, between Market & Arch streets PHILADELPHIA. THE subscribers have now on hand, and offer for sale a large and general assortment of Umbrellas anel Parasols, of the best materials, and manufactured by experienced woikmen. The patronage ot country merchnits, is retpecmillv solicited, it being the determination of the subscribers, to sell their goods at prices quite as low as any similar,establishment in this City. FISHER 8c SWAIN Philadelphia, Feb. 9th.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 June 1839

MORI- CONCLUSIVE PROOFS' Oj /•'/< f •<¦" tordir.itr;/ ry'i u.y of Dr. Wm. S3 vans' CELEBRA TED StBDICtNES, IX ALLEVIATING AFI-XICTED MANKIND . CASK OK DYSPEPSIA. Mr. David Mo.ris,4l Suffolk street, N. York, had been severely afflicted with ilys pepsia for upwards of three years, during which tune he seldom experienced any relief. He mi troubled with constant torn itiuss, 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 furrcu tongue. All these distressing symptoms disappeared, after using, Dr, Win. Kvans' celebrated medicines, ilfr. M. called a day or two back, and stated the above; also, he is willing to afford any f.n = ther information regarding the nature and cure of his case to those similarly afflicted Office No, 19 North eight st. Philadelphia Philadelphia, Dec. 21. 1838. To DR. VVm, Evans—Dear sir: I am truly ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 June 1839

DEMOCRATIC flAUIlISON AND WEBSTER CONVENTION-(CONCLUDED ) George Ford, Esq. offered the following resolutions, which were adopted: Resolved, That we will consider the election of General William Hi my Harrison ol Ohio, u:ul Daniel Webster of .Massachusetts*, to the office i '" Pros dent and Vice President to the Di it . States, as a sure prognostication of ilie end of misrule and mob violence; and a return on the part ot the people to those pure republican principles of our institutions, which constitute their chief excellence. Resolved, That the promptness with which they excepted the nomination for the offices of President and V,.e P evident, is the best evidence we can have of the fact that the nominees are republicans who hold the doctrine that when the people command it is their duty to obey. Resolved. That tho eminent public services of General William Henry Harrison, as soldier and statesman, render him to the people, who, however much they may be misled lor a while b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 June 1839

. TMMS .HtTMTIlTOijOlT atOff^MAL 'The "Journal" will be published every iJVeinesday mornini:, at two dollars a yel iii •nld IN ADVANCE, and if not paid within jix months, two dollars and a halt! Every person who obtains five subscribers wid forwards price ol ¦ ¦ ¦ iirnished with a sixth copy ; . uttlOuily for one year. Mo subscription received tor n less period .ban six in niths, nor an p ipt r Usconttmjcd sntilarrearages are pal .. All communication!) mflst be addressed to :hj Editor, post paid, or they v, iU not be atended to. Advertisments.n it exceeding one square will be lnirrtnrt|jlfiT" tunas for one tlollnti for every subsequent insertion, '25 ficcnts per square will be ch-tr. ;ed:—if nodetniteordcrd are given as to the time an artverisment is to be continued, it will be kept ;:i till ortleccl •ut, and charge accordingly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 June 1839

TO A LETTER SEAL. BY J. E. DAW, WASHINGTON, n. C. I'liou that dest bind the human thoriglit In foolscap, post, or hot-pressed Bath, That setttst prying eyes at naught, That seals the notes cf IOTS and wrath, fhou many colored little thing. Thou art o'er all epistles, king;. IT rom the ]\\%\\ crests and coats of arms That ride the backs of lordly scrawls, To the pierced hea'rts and other charms That lovers lise, when Cupid calls; Thoii he Idest still thy treasure true In court dispatch and billet dottx, Without thee love Would silent die; Without dice scandal's tongue would cease; Without thee, the unblushing lie Would wound no more our bosom's peace. Without thee, friends would write no, more To friends upon a distant chore. Thy colors whisper grief or j y, Thy symbols speak of love or hate; The lass, that face to face sccmscoy, By thee repents, before too late. And spendthrift heirs with joy behold In thy black lace their father's gold. The young wife kisses thee in love; T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 June 1839

THE GAULAMJ), "With swcitest flowers enrich'd l-'n in various gardens cull'd with care."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 June 1839

FLAG OF THE PEOPLE! OCT A single term for the Presidency, and the office administered for the whole PEOPLE, and not for a PARTY. J7* 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. a"7"Ec,0N0MT, RETRENCHMENT, and REFORM in the administration of public affairs, J7*Tired of Experiments and Experimenters, Republican gratitude will reward unobstrusivc merit, by elevating the subaltern of WASHINGTON and the desciple of JEFFERSON, and thus resuming the safe and beaten track of our Fathers,—!,. Gazette.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 June 1839

The Plunder Fund. Some weeks since we gave our readers the information that the present State Administration had asked for a repair fund of two millions of dollars, or neatly so! for one year; and that it was reasonable to suppose that they intended it for the special purpose of partisan plunder. The Senate appointed a committee to go and examine the condition of the Improvements, and report their condition and the amount necessary to keep them in repair. The following is the plain exposition ol the matter by the committee. Upon Reading the report ol the Roard of Canal Commissioners, Dated March 11, 1859 your committee were struck with the anxious desire; evinced throughout that report, to impress upon the public mind the belief that through "negligence and inattention upwards of one million and a halt of dollars" was necessary to render the public improvements "adequate te transact the business which may and should be done upon them." ff this were the fact, it would be ri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 June 1839

Dr. T. Ill * Dyott. This notorioug individual has at last arrived at the end of his swindling cat ecr-When his Manual Labor Bank shin plasters were in circulation, we warned our readers against receiving them. We knew him. For years he was struggling by all kinds of venality and corruption, to secure a Bank charter, but always failed. Finally in 1836, we believe, he embarked in plunder speculation; under the auspices of General Jackson, that hater of monopolies, his individual banking concern was ushered into the A-orld, And as a savings bank, he managed to get into his clutches the hard earnings of some thousands of industrious poor. The widow's mite and the orphan's scanty morsel, were alike the subjects o' his plunder. When he had filled his coffers, he attempted to conceal and hide it, an d then take the benefit—8c leave the victims of his knavery to seek consolation where it might be found. He failed, and was ordered to jail to await a trial as a fraudalent insolvent. T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 June 1839

The Crops. The appearance of the crops in our county, is subject of much gratification to all. Not for many years has the husbandman {had such a glorious earnestof a rich and abundant harvest. The fields already groan with the half grown crop, iind every indication tells, that the harvest will be unusuall y plentiful. This is not merely the case in our neighborhood, IjUtfrom every section of our county, we hear a general rejoicing at the prospect ot an early and overflowing crop. The farmers have much cause of rejoicing when they see nature pouring back into their graneries, a hundred fold, lor the labor o f their hands. It would almost seem that no matter whether the seed was sown on "good ground" or "among thorns," still it yields forth abundantly to repay him for his toil, and to gladden the hearts of those who have suffered from the scarcity of past years.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 June 1839

MSS©3»ff IIH OP CO-PARTNERSHIP. r |iA K E notice that the partnership •*¦ heretofore existing under the firm of D. P. Tusscy, &Co., in Sinking Valley, Huntingdon county, Pa. was dissolved by mutual consent, in " March last. HENRY ATMULLEi\ , ARMSTRONG CRAWFORD, DAVID P. TUSSEY. Sinking Valley, May 29,1839. The books are now in the hands ol Armstrong Crawford for settlement, and all those whom this notice may concern will do well to call on or before the first day of September next, and settle their respective accounts. 5t.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 June 1839

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 June 1839

Democratic JMntimasonic CANDIDATES. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. WM.H. HARRISON FOR VICE PRES1DEN7 DANIEL WEBSTER. <MBW»LJ ¦———i— *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 June 1839

THE JOURNAL. 'One country, tne constitution, one destiny Huntingdon , June 19 , 1839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 June 1839

^tectorial Ticket. JOHN A. SHULZE, } Sen'to'l JOSEPH HITNER, Selectors 1st District LEVIS PASSMORE, 2d do CADWALLADER EVANS. do CHARLES WATERS, 3d do JON. GILLINGHAM, 4th do AMOS ELLMAKER, do JOHN K. ZELLIN, do DAVID POTTS, 5th do ROBERT STINSON, 6th do WILLIAMS. H1NDEU, 7th do J. JENKINS. ROSS, 8th do PETER FILBERT, 9tl» do JOSEPH H. SPAYD, 10th do JOHN HARPER, 11th do WILLIAM M'ELVAINE, 12th do JOHN DICKSON, 13th do JOHN M'KEEHAN, 14th do JOHN REED, 15th do NATHAN BEACH. 16th do NER MIDDLESWARTH, I7«h do GEORGEWALKER, 18th do BERNARD CONNEI LY, 19th do GEN. JOSEPH MARKLE, 80th do JUSTICE G.FORDYCE, 21st do JOSEPH HENDERSON, 22d do HARMAR DENNY, 23d do JOSEPH BUFFINGTON . 24th do JAMES MONTGOMERY, 25th do JOHN DICK.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 June 1839

Next Week is Court Week! Pay the Printer, pay the Printtr, All remember his just due; In the summer, or in winter, He wants cash as well as you. ' 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 as he did, and we get none, and we have a perfect right to say that there is a foul conspiracy among the Banking institutions 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 danger pus business. They know not ours; and if they did,i< 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 banki...

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