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

Coughs Coughs. TTKR. Swavne's Compound Si/rup of pri *-* nus of Virginiana or wild Cherry. This syrup is highly beneficial in all pectc nil aflections; 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 consumption, recent or chronic coughs, hoarse ness, whooping cough, wheezing and difficulty of breathing, croup ami spitting ol blood, dec How many sufferers do we daily behold approaching to an untimely grave, wrested in the bloom ot youth from their dear relatives and friends, afflicted with that common and destructive ravager, called consumption, which soon wasls the miserable sufferer until they become beyond the powerof human skill; if such sullcrers would enly make a trial of Dr. Swavne's invaluable medicine, they would soon find themselves benefitted; " than bv gulphing the various ineffective certain remedies of which our newspapers daily abound. This syrup immediately begins to ...

Publication Title: Huntingdon Journal
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 19 June 1839

To the Public. THE public are hereby informed, that JACOB MILLER has been appointed agent for Huntingdon county, for the sale ot Dr, Evans' Camomile ami family aperient pills, where all those that need medicine, can be supplied as he intends always to have a supply on hand. rp IFF. AND HEALTH,—Persons whose iLJl nerves have been injured bv Calomile, iir excessive grief, great loss of blood, the sup pression of accustomed discharges or cuta aeous, intemperate habits, or other causes which tend to relax and enervate the nervous system, will find a friend to soothe and rnmtort them, in EVANS* CAMOMILE PILLS. 'Those afflicted with Epilepsy or Falling Sickness, l'alsy. Serious Apoplexy, and organic affections of the heart, Nausea, Vomiting, pains in the side, breast, limbs, head, stomach or back, will find themselves immediately relieved, by using EVANS'CAMOMILE AND APERIENT PILLS. DR. EVANS dors not pretend to say that his medicine will cure all diseases . that flesh and blood are h...

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

I\OTIC/i TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS . Umbrella A' Parasol llamilhctoi'} 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 workmen. The patronage ot country merchants, is retpecttully 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 & SWAIN Philadelphia, Feb. 9th.

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

Coughs and Colds. How many sufferers do we dail y behold afflicted with that common and distressing disease I Do we not find that almost every pcrsrn or friend we meet with complains of a bad COLD or a distressing COUGH? We also find in assemblies of all kinds that thereis acontinual coughing, by which we'perceive that then is one halt of the human family afflicted with that troublesome disease. If those 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 cure. Hundreds can testify to this fact, as in the short space of two months, [upwards of five hundred bottles have been sold. 'The syrup for sale at Jacob Miller's stori Huntingdon Pa.

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

BOOT iDND SHOE MAN UP AC TORY. 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' .UND 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 VMES 15ROWN. Waterstreet, May, 7th 1839. jyTwoor three good Journeymen aic wanted immediately, at the above establishment, to whom liberal wages and constant errploymcnt will be given. J. B.

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

Bissolutioii of Partnership THE partnership heretofore existing between Joseph, and Joshua Holler and John K. Neff, trading under the firm of Roller and Neff, is this day dissolve;! by mutual consent, all persons having unsettled accounts with said firm are particularly requested to call and settle belore the first uf June next. N. B. All persons indebted to the firm of J A- J Roller, are rcrpicsted to make immediate payment otherwise their accounts will be disposed of according to law. Williamsburg March Cfi, 1339. p.

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

TiaEAD THIS!: DR. SWAYNE'S COM US POUND SYRUP of PRUNES VIRGINIANA, or WILD CHKRRY: Thisisde cidedly one of the best remedies for Coughs and Colds now in use: it allays initation of the Lungs, loisens tho cough, causing the plcgm 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, 8cc. 'This Syrup is warranted to effect a permanent cure, it taken according to directions which accompany the bottles. Fur sale only at Jacob Miller's stors Huntingdon. XW NOTHE/r recent test of thc unrivnl-«Wk led virtue of DR. WM. EVANS' CAMOMILE PILLS: Dyspepsia of ten years' standing ciretl. 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 b y the frequent use of thc above mcehcine. My symptoms were, a sense of oppression after eating, pa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 26 June 1839

TERMS OF THK .BTTSTXSTODOXT JOtTF.HJxL. The "Journal" will he published every Wednesday morning, at two dollars a year if paid IN ADVANCE, and it not paid within Six months, two dollars and a half. ISveiy person who obtains five subscribers »ni forwards price ot subscription, shall be firmshed with a sixth copy gratmtfnusly fur one year. No subscription received lor a less period than six mouths, nor any paperdisContinued uitilarrearages arc paid. All communications must be addressed tn the Edit >r, post paid, or they will not be attended to. Advertismsnts not exceeding one square %ill be inserted three times for one dollar tor every subsequent insertion, 25 fir.ents per square will be charged:—if nodetniieoiderd are given as to the time an advei lenient is to be continued, it will be kept in till ordeet! o'i*., and charge accordingly. ¦ ¦iii i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 26 June 1839

gw—w ^ ¦ > n «»"tj.j MORIS CONCLUSIVE PROOF? Oj the extraordinary rficacy of Dr. Wm. Evans' CELEBRATED MEDICINES, IS ALLEVIATING AFFJL1CTKD MANEI.MJ . CASE OK DYSPEPSIA. Mr. David Morris,4 ' 1 Suffolk'street, N. York, had been Severely afflicted with dys pepsia for upwards of thrse years, during which tune he seldom experienced any relief. He was troubled with constant vom ititijp, and on some occasions raised blond nn occasional cou^ h, with pain in the cheat and difficiltv ot breathing, drowsiness, uneasy sleep, loss of appetite, giddiness, unpleasant taste in tlie mouth, with furred tongue. All these distressing symptoms disappeared, after using Or, Win. Evans' celebrated medicines, ilfr. 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 afflict"d Office No, 19 North eight st. Philadelphia, A Case of I ic Dolort-ux. Mrs. i. E. Johns in, wile of Capt. Jos...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 26 June 1839

IKIYKAYMOSB; Select JErtle. From the Saturday Courier. OK THE POOR UIRL. BY MISS ISIDORE. How strangely inconsistent is man, in besiuwin • the homage, the adoration he docs on his felloe, man. Not upon deserving man, but upon-fools, upon monkeys dressed ID the livery of man. It matters not what a man's mind is, or whether he has one at all; if he has more gold than h s neighbor, if lie outshines him in equipage and show, lie is canesscd, honored and adored. I have seen real merit pass unnoticed, because its possessor was cloihed in a garb ol poverty, I have known minds, which if developed might have swayed empires, and governed the late of men, remain f.> ever obscured, because their dwelling was a poor mini's breast. 1 have known hearts, alive to every feeling of humanity, love and affection, remain through life " unpermitted to share the joys and sorrows of others, because the bosuns in which 'hev were enshrined were bared by the hand of poverty, and heaving wi;h ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 26 June 1839

HE COMES. EY CATHERINE II. WATERMAN. He CDTOJ S—Home 'ihiily spills around his heart are cast, Their gentle music breath has lured him back. And the soft shadowy pictures of the past Start up again before his homeward track; My brother comes. He comes—The echoes of loved voices hush'd so long, Have stolen like spirits through his midnight dreams, And tones have whisper'd in their fairy song, Uiiiigiug back moments lit by rainbow t leams; My brother comes. He comes—But oh! the eyes that shone in joy for him, As I is loved footsteps' echo meet the car; With their long watching vigils have grown dim, And beam but sadly at these words of cheer My Brother comes. ' He comes—But long, long weary years have fled away, And lime perchance hath sadly changed his face, Blanched his dark locks with the world's slow decay, But each loved lineament agaia we'il trace; My Brother com is. He comes—Speed him white sails across the heaving deep; Change hath not crept into our hearts—those yea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 26 June 1839

THE GAUXANLr. -—"With swet rest Bowers t-nrir.h'd From variousgarOeiis cull'tl with cave."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 26 June 1839

ANOTHER CASE OF DYSPEPSIA, Letter Irom the Hon. Abraham il/clellan Sullivan county, Eist Tennessee, Mem ber of Congress. WASH >¦<-.: . I i,f y 22, 1838. Stn,—-Since I have been in this city, 1 have used orm ' tour I) speptic ui.di icine with infil i- . 1 naiislui | ,,,, and believe it to be .1 mo ; . 1 ilu rem • *iy. One of my constituents, Dr. \ Garden, ol Cam ph II co. 'I in to end him some, - has employed it very successfully , practice, antl says it is invaiuub' li 1 Johnson, your agent at this place, you would probabl y like an ngi nl in Bas Tennessee. If so" /would reci Dr. A Garden as a pr ate fur the sale ol cine. A'hould yo 1 ( willing to «<-• i' medicine by King& Son.. land to Graham o. . .... East Tennessee. II' ¦ 1 feu days, I have n on had agents in several" ncssee, a great deal 1 ned wnuld be sold. I am ;; n ' ' of it home with me for my own u»r that of my friends, antl shou d wish tn hear from y.iu whether you wouhl like in. agent in Z...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 26 June 1839

Vli\ii OB? THE . rEOPLE! ( Kj- A single term for the Presidency, and the office dministered for the whole PEOPLE, and not for a PARTY. (IT- 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. iVT-K-coNoMY, RETRENCHMENT, and REFORM in 1 lie administration of public affairs, 17-Tiifd of Experiments and Experimenters, Republican gratitude will reward unobstrusive merit, by elevating the subaltern of WASHINGTON and the desciple ol JEFFERSON, and thus resuming the safe and br.'ten track of our Fathers.—L. Gazette. _

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 26 June 1839

Expenses ot the Caiinf. On one or two occasions we have alluded to the increased expense of taking care of the public works, under Porter's administration. We find in the Lewistown Gazette the following account of the actual difference. We desire the peo. p ie to read it carefully, and sec what they think of the conduct ol this Dog keeping power which now reigns. Tvv ° years ago, and they incessantly prated about the expense of the public works. They called on the people to drive the plunderers away from the public crib—aye, but • W did they?—was it not hec itisn they desired to get at it, satisfied ¦ their professions of honesty would . .yes ol the people, until they I pi on Ier with impunity? We felt tl "v would reform nn thin^ -it is mphatically the PLUNDBB I' -. K 1 V; • 0 the victirs belong the spoil s' motto, and they make spoils of all the money they ran get into their hands. Thus $880,000 was borrowed last summer, to cany on the repairs between this and llolHdiysburg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 26 June 1839

Thomas JLevers. Some weeks since we published a statement relative to the appointment of this worthy subject, or pensioned slave of the British Queen. He, or his friends admit, that he now receives the price of his servitude, under that Government. I listen-' of condemning such a disgraceful prefer encf, many of tlu iucu Foco papers laud the existing State administration, for passing by the claims of honest, independent freemen, to pick up this imported if not transported aristocrat, to lord it over our native citizens. I here is however really some hope that such barefaced corruption will not always escape exposure ; we find their own friends awaking from their lethargy , and holding language like the following. The extract below is from the "Venango Democrat," edited by 3. \V. Shugert; and he tells the tale of wrong in words that burn, and we should like to know how Jemmy Clark, and his guilty compeers relish a dish served up with such seasoning by one of their own friends...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 26 June 1839

Election of Canal Commissioners. Our readers will see in another column that the Senate passed a bill to elect the Canal Commissioners. Not, however, until the Loco Focos had done all they knew how, tu oppose it. In the House, its fate was different. The Loco Foco Democrats have a majority in that body. These roaring lovers of the dearpeo/y/c, reign triumphant. These brawling opposers ol the aristocracy can count more noses there. In fact, the'rowdies, drunkards, dog-keepers, thieves and purjurcrs, created, made, and now rule that dignified body. They, with all their Democaicy—with all their love of the dear prnplr — with all their hatred for aristocracy,— they have voted down, by a strict party vote, the law, to elect the Canal Commissioners. They have refused to let their dear people have a voice in choosing their own officers. They have virtually said, that they are incapable to select competent men—else too honest and liable tc be imposed upon by the falsehoods, and vi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 26 June 1839

muovlM Sumwnvw New words seem to be very easily coined in these days of Rohan potatoes and morns inuliicnulis. He see that some of the papers talk of '•IlcnenW—we suppose that is where some fellow in feather breeches is busy hatching chickens;—ami one of the Boston Tailors has a "I'antaloonery"—we have in our town a ••cocoon. <ry"—and they have had a ••Doggery" all winter at Harrisburg. It is said that the pain arising from the sting of a wasp can be almost instantly removed by the application of an onion. " The Lcwislown Republican says Dr. Dyott is a Whig. Now we cannot imaginc the cause why our friend Cunningham should perpetrate so palpable an error, unless he thought there mi ght be some rivalry as lo who of the worthies ought to be Governor—Dyolt or the present incuni. bent—both having shown their abi/ilici in (he same way. The truth is, Dyott is and has been for many years, a notorious advocate of Jackson, Van Buten, Porter and Loco Focoism,—and is of ihe ri g ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 26 June 1839

ranrihof July Celebration. Ladies and Gentlcuib.'i desirous of participating in the celebration of the coming anniversary of the Declatation of American Independence, arc respectfully request ed to attend a dinner, to be prepared in the Borough of Alexandria, on the 4th of Jtfly. at one o'clock P. M. an address will b ¦ delivered on the occasion. JOHN PORTER, /'rest. Com. of iVrraneement.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 26 June 1839

IV c TV E s t a h 1 i s h 111 c n t. IMPORTANT TO Farmers. fHVlE undersigned begs leave respect-^ *- fully to inform the farmers of Huntingdon, Bedford, and the adjoining counties, that he is manufacturing his newly improved THRESHING MACHINES AND HORSE POWERS, in MaitMiburg, Bedford county, where lie. will be happy to furnish any who may want a superioi article in that line. As the Horse Power is new, and materially different from any hitherto invented, and the undersigned a stranger 10 most of the farmers in tins part of the State, be has been induced topriirui ei li . t-(im. the foil mi n « ho ;... chased machines of hinj fast winti have tried them to their own satisfaction Their certificate will I isfy any reasonable person vvh disposed to ,ioub'. that they an 1 , mere umtriid experiment, but thai im . have been well tested here as well as iii other portions of th j Sia'.c. Thl uetcr of the gentlemen whose aanics are attached to the following certifies that of the machin' j, 1...

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