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

Still another case of Dyspepsia. ASTONISHING CURE. Abraham 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 thi stomach, furred tongue, nausea, with frequent vomitings, dizzlne a tow irds night, restlessness, &c. These had continued upwards of a twelvmnnlh, when, o using Wm. Evans'medicine, the patient was completely restored to healtl in the short spaci of one month am! grateful for the Incalculable benefit de-rived, gladly came forward and volunteered the above itatt ment. The pills are for side at Jacob Miller's store, Huntingdon Pa. , ,

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

PROSPECTUS OF The National Magazine , REPUBLICAN REVIEW. U. BRENT, ESQ. EDtTOtt. The National Magazine and Republican Review, will be published in the city ol Washington, District ,f Columbia, on I . 1st day of January next, and deliver, cl m n thly in all parts ol the United Stat ; rievo ted exclusively to the advanceni ¦ thi great principles nf the Vi nc uragementof iitetature m The experience «f the p ist year h firmed in the minds t the more n 8 In < and sagacious of the Whig party thai 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 themselves to a sound and vigorous intellect. It cannot be doubted that the present crisis demands the publication of a work cal culated to infuse and circulate true and honest political info...

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

ISmteJFlIms At wholesale Cilij Prices The subscriber has been appointed ent for the sale of every variety 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, weolcsale. in the city. All Interested willfind it to their advantage to call and se j T. READ. Huntingdon, May 1st 1839. BLANKS, FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE .

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

ANKW SERIES [LP A desirable opportunity for new sui>scribers.,_nrj 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 fur 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 Monthly Review has attained a standing that ensnies its continuance; and the commendatory no ticcs of the most respectable portion of the press attest its merits and popularity. Each monthly number contains Seventy-two, extra-sized Octavo pages, and presents Monii READING 'MATTER THAN A VOLUME OF A NOVEL. It is published at little more than Kidfthe price of any other Magazine in the United States, yet contains as many. ORIGINAL PAPERS. AS ANY OTHER MONTHLY P...

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

N. B. JOHJf MARSHALL.. Is well known to be a HORSE ot the best stock in the United States; whose constitution and powers have been so satisfactorily tested, that his owners deem a history of his pedigree entirely unnecessary, lie will leave this State n*xt fall, consequently the present season is the last chance of QI ceding from him. April 3, 1839. 3m. JOHN MARSHALL, WILL be let to a FEW Mares this season. He will stand at the stable of John McCahen, on his farm opposite the borough of Huntingdon. The season to a BLOOD Mare, cnlculated to breed for the TURF, will be 825.00 Insurance ... - 50,00 Rates, to farm Mares, will be low, for the purpose of encouraging an improved stock, and will be regulated to suit their owners. The season will terminate on the first day of July. For further particulars apply to John Cresswell, or John McCahen, both of Huntingdon. Administrators JVotice. ALL persons indebted to the estate ot John Khun, late of Morris township, Huntingdon co, dee'd., ...

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

The FEJ1L& ISREM9 BSorse <QREY BEARD, WILiiL iitand for mares the ensuingseason commencing on the 22d of April, the first week at Alexander Lowries, Yellow Springs, the second week at' Samuel Wallace's stable, near Union Furnace, and so on, changing weekly throughout th-: season, at $10 For the season, IS 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 ol the cart . orse. He is lC 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 50 dollars a mare. Ii was my intention, when I got him, to run him at Pittsburg, but ho got lame while training, and I was obliged to stop, though convinced cf his tpced and bottom. Pedigree. YOUNG GREY BEARD, was got by the famed C rey Beard of Rich-:rd SingUton, F.sq.. S. C.', and he by Kosciusko, the sire ol Clara Fisher, Multaflora, Lad y...

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

CfAsgH^X^gfa. W"Wv. Swayne's Compound Syrup of pru " nits of f'irginiana or vild Cherry. This syrup is highly beneficial in all pectoi ral alTections; also, " in diseases of the chest I in which the longs do not perform their! proper o.'Ure from want of due nervous energy- »uch an asthmas, pulmonary consumption, recent or chronic coughs, hoarse riess, whooping co'i:-1 !, wheeling and difficulty of breathing, croup aiid spitting ol blood, d/c. How many sufferers do we daily behold approaching io an untimei) grave, wrested in the bloom ot youth from their dear relative:, and friends, afflicted with that common and destructive ravager, called consumption, which soon was!? the miserable sufferer until they become beyond the power of human skill: if such sufferers would enly make a trial of Dr. Swayne's invaluable medicine, they would soon find themselves benefitted; than by gulphing the various ineffective certain remedies of which our newspapers daily abound. This syrup immediately...

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

To the Public. THE public arc hereby informed, tha JACOB MILLERJhas been appi inted agen' for Huntingdon county, for the sale ot Dr, Evans' Camomile and family aperient pills, where all thi se that ne< d medicine, can be sup] died as he intends always to have a supply on ham". T» IFF. AND HEALTH,—Persons whose >il) nerves have been injured bv Calomite, or excessive grief, great loss of blood, the sup pression of accustomed discharges or cuta nenus, intemperate habits, or other causes which tend to relax and enervate the nervous system, will find a friend to soothe and comfort them, in EVANS' CAMOMILE PILLS. Those afflicted with Epilepsy or FallingSfckne«s, Palsy>Serions A-[and organic affections of the heart, N useii (Vomiting, pains In tlie side, breast, limb»i | head, stomach or backj willfind themselv • [immediately relieved,.by using 'EVANS'CAMOMILE AND API ' PILLS. Dn. EVANS does r.ot pretend to i and blood are heir •. >, but he does says that in...

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

NOTICE TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS . Umbrella »V Parasol iTIauiifsiclo)'} and Store. 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 and Parasols, of the best materials, and manufactured by experienced woikmen. The patronage ot country merchiuts, is rctpectfully solicited, it being the determination of the subscribers, to sell their goods at prices epiitc as low as any similar establishment in this Ciry. FISHER & SWAIN . Philadelphia, Feb. 9th.

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

Coughs and Colds. How many sufferers do we daily behold afflicted with that common and distressing disease! Do we not find that almost every person or friend we meet with complains of a b.ul i 'OLD or a distressing COUGH? Wc alsr find in assemblies of all kinds that there is a continual toughing, by which wejpercelve that therl is one ball of the hitman i'amilv filleted with that troublesome disease, ft sufferers would only make a trial of Dr Swayne's Syrup or wild cherry they would soon find themselves relieved, and by continuing the use of the same for a few days, it will effect a [permanent curt. Hundreds can testify to this fact, as in the short space of two months,,upwards of five liundr. d bottles have been sold. The syrup for sale at Jacob Miller's storr Huntingdon Pa,

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

BOOT AND SHOE ea ^- ^y **^^ MANUFAC TORY. THE SUBSCRIBER respectfully informs his friends, and the public generally, that he- has commenced the above oe, ... ¦ is now prepared to manufactut LADIES' IND 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 ol public patronage, TIMES BROWN. ' ¦ ' ." ¦ -':••- ., May, rth 1S39. ¦TV" l ivo.i three good Journeymen ate want"! immediately, at the above establishment, to whom liberal wages and constant e-rrpli i nt will ¦ given. J. B.

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

Dissolution of Partnership THE partnership heretofore existing n Joseph, and Joshua Roller and John K. N'eff, trading under the firm of lioiicr and Nell, is this day dissolved by mutual consent, all persons having unsettled accounts with said firm are particularly requested to call and settle before tlu- lit At of June next. N. B All persons indebted to the firm of-J d> J Roller, are. requested to make immediate payment otherwise their accounts will be disposed of according to law. IVilliamsbarg March 20, 1,339, p.

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

mEAD THIS!: Dn. SWAYNE'S COM 1 POUND SYRUP of PRUNES VlRGINIANA, or WILD CIIKRRV: This isdc cidedlv one of the best remedies for Cough and Colds ii'iw in use: it allays irritation of] the Lungs, lo sens tho cough, causiug the p b .in to raise tree and easy; in Asthma, Pulmonary Consumption, Recent or Chronic Coughs ' , Wheezing tc 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 stora Huntingdon. , (\ NOTIIE/J recent test of the unnval-<4l4 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 fn qtient use of the above medicine. My symptoms were, a sense of oppress...

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

LIST of loiters remaining in the Post Office at Mill Creek, Seth E. Howland 2 John Hurston 2 Rich'd Plowman 1 John Robirtsson 1 D.m'1. Gibble. 1 Mr. Thomp'on '1 Kobt. Dearmet l Rob't. Holt Esq. l Rob't Wrap 1 WinchestcrM'Cartliy Win. R. Smith 1 Rev. T. E. Thomas John Ross 1 D- E. Clayton 1 Smith Clarke ^ A/a G*gn.p ^ April, 3d, 1039.

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

DISSOLUTION OF Partnership. rBlIIE partnershi p heretofore existing ¦ *- under the name of P. Swoope ¦$• Son is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Persons interested, are requested to call immediately, and have their accounts adjusted, as it is important that the accounU be closed as soon as possible. The Books are in the hands of Peler Swoope jr. at the Store for settlement. P SWOOPE P. SWOOPE, jr. | April, 9, 1839.

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

EXCHANGE: BANK AND &9V*l/» «** *, -» STITUTWOJ*. No. GO South 4th Street, Philadelphia. CAPITAL $350,000. Open daily for the transaction of business Irom 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. Deposites of Money received, for which the following rate of Interest will be allowed. 1 year £ per cent, per annum, li mo's o " " " " On Business Deposites, to be drawn at the pleasure of the Depositor, no interest will be allowed. The current Notes of Solvent Hanks, in every part of the United States, vi 1 be received as Special Deposites, on such terms as may be agreed on in each particular case. Bv ORDER OF THK BOARD. „, ., . , ,, . J- DESSAA, Cashier. Philadelphia Dec. 19, lit38.

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

wmm iTOw* OF FOREIGN LITERATURE SCIEACh AND ART ^ Is published every month by E. LitMe 6c to., 212 Chesnut Street, Philadelphia, for six dollars a year, payable in advance. Distant subscribers are requested to remit a 8a lOte on account. With the year 18.33 begins the Fourth Vo ume of a New Series, complete sets of wh.ch ran be iurmshed at Two Dollars and a half bound. 1 he New Series is begun because weare no longer able to supply orders for complete sets of the old. CONTENTS OF THE APRIL NO. Poetical Works of Robert Soutbey, Rail-Roads Despatches of La Mothe Ferelon, Earlier English Moral Songs and Poems, Diary of a Dutch Di plomatist in London, POETRY—Ihe Myrtle, 501—Oaks of England, 50-1—Lament of the Cherokee, 574—Kate. 57.5—Sonnets by Washington Browne, 576—7b the Plannet Venus, 576 German Manufactures and English Corn Laws English Poets, Vol I. Home's History of Napoleon, Jack Sheppard. Feniinorc Cooper vs. Walter Scott, Civil Engineering in America, Eraser's Travels in P...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 19 June 1839

TERMS OF TUB ilUNTIUC-DON JOURNAL. The "Journal" will be published every Vcduesdav morning, tit two dollars a yearif •.-aid IN ADVANCE, ami if not paid within :br months, two dollars and a half. Rvety person who obtains five subscribers * .TiJ forwards price of subscription, shall be ui-imhe'i with a sixth copy gratuitiously for one year. No su'wcrlption received tor a less period t'i in six months, nor any paperdiscontinued unti 1 arrearages are j;aid. All communications tnust be addressed to ill; I-', litor, postpaid, or they will not be atenrled to. Advertisments.not exceeding one square »>ill be inserted three times for one dollar for every subsequent insertion, 25 ficems per square will be charged:—If no detntfe orderd are 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 — 19 June 1839

MORE CONCLUSIVE PR'OOF" O/ the extraordinary rfficanj of Dr. Wm. Evans' CELEIlllATED MEDICINES, IN ALLEVIATING AFFLICTLD MANKIND . CASE OK DYSPEPSIA. Mr. David Morris,41 Sy'tulk street, N. York, had been severely afflicted with dys pepsin for upwards of three )ears, during ivliich time lie seldom experienced any rc» lief. He was troubled with constant vom i tings, and on some occasions raised blood an occasional cough, with pain in tlie chest and difficulty ol breathing, drowsiness, uui.'sy sleep, loss vf appetite, giddiness, unpleasant taste ui the mouth, with furred tongue. All these distressing sympioms disappeared, after using Dr, Wm. JSvans' celebrated medicines. Mr. M. calVed a day or two back, and stated the aboWjalso, l.c is willing to afford any fur« ther information regarding the nature ami i ure of hit' CBM to those similarly afflicted Office No, i*9 North eight st. Philadelphia. P, liladelphia, Dec. 21. 1838. To Dn. Win . Evans—Dear sir: I am truly happy to wri te yo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 19 June 1839

A TRUE STORY. jatsttlUncotts. .Many years ago, I hapened to be one of the referees in a case which excited unusual interests in our courts, from the singular nature of the claim, and the strange story which it disclosed. The plantiff, who was captain of a merchant ship which traded principally with the West Indies, had married quite early, with every prospest ct happiness. His was said to be extremely beautiful, and no less lovely in character. After living with her in the most uninterrupted harmony, for live years, during which time two daughters were added to his family, he suddenly resolved to resume his occupation, which he had relinquished on his marriage, and when his youngest child was but three years old, sailed once more for the//est Indies. Mis wile, who was devotedly attached to him, sorrowed deeply at his absence, and found her only com fort in the society of her children and the hope of his return. But month after month passed away, and he came not, nor did an...

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