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

VALUABLE PROPERTY For Sale. WILL be sold at private sale, one third of the Clinton property, sit uated on Raystown Brunch, on which is erected a Forge, a Grist Mill, and a Saw Mill, together with suitable dwelling houses. There is about VOO Acres of Lnisil, of which about one hundred is cleared. It is supposed that the Slack Water navigation will go ri ght past the Forge. Tne works arc now conducted under the firm of Hopkins, Beiglc Ai Co. Persons desirous of purchasing, will please to call upon George P. Mnttern now living at Rebecca Forge Stone Creek and every satisfaction will be rendered. The term' s will be made lavoi able. June 20, 1839.—6t.

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

Executor's Notice. ALL PERSONS indebted to'th' eEstate of Philip Roller, late of Morris township, Huntingdon county, deceased , are requested to make payment to the subscribers immediately; and those having claims against said Estate, will present them properly authenticated for settlement JOSEPH ROLLER, i „ ' J03HUA R ILL! it. \ Z"™t<tors. IVilliamsburg, June 20th, 1839 6t. p

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

TJ^JOVUNAJLu 'One country, one constitution, one destiny Huntingdon, June 20, I 839. Oemoci-alic *lntimasonic CANDIDATES. FOR PRESIDENT WP.WM.H. HARRISON ¦ > ¦ WE PRESIDENT , WEBSTER

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

i i el o rial Ticket. JOHN \. SHULZE, -) Sen'to'l JOSEPH RITNER J electors 1st Disiric; LEVIS lMSSMORE, 2d do r-\UW.\LL\DER EVANS. ' do CHAI'.I.KS WATERS, 3d do JON. (.1LLINGHAM, 4t.li do AMOS ELLMAKER, JOHN K. ZliLLIN, do HAVID POTTS. 5th do HOISERTSTINSON, 6th do WILLIAMS. HINDEU, 7th do .1. JENKINS ROSS, 8th do PETER FILBERT, 9th do JOSEPH 11. Sl'AVD, 10th do JOHN HARPER, WILLIAM M'ELVAINE, 12th '0 JOHN DICKSON, 13 .. d JOHN M'KEEHAN, Uth a JOHN REED. 15vu ,1 NATHAN BEACH, 16th do NER M1DDLESVVARTH, mh do OKOROE WALKER, 18th do BERNARD CONNE'LY, 19th do GK.N. JOSEPH MARIvLE, 20th do JUSIICEO.FORDYCE, 21st do JOSEPH HENDERSON, 22t\ do HARMAR DENNY. 23d do JOSEPH BUKFINGTON, 24th do JAMES MONTGOMERY, 25th do JOHN DICK.

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

Pennsylvania Legislature On FRIDAY last the Senate passed he bill to provide for ah increase of sale, ies of the President Judges. A message ras received from Ihe Governor nomina-¦ ngB. Dallas as President Judge of the cw court recently established at Pitts org. In the House the bill for the establishicnt of an asylum for the relief and suportofthe insane poor of the Common" wealth, passed finally, with an approprition of $12,000 to the institution, which fas agreed ta, yeas 58 nays 13. The ill was ably supported by Mr. A'cnignachcr and others, and opposed by Mr. il'Elwee. The Amendments of the Scute to the bill incorporating the city of Vllegheny were concured in. The bill auhoti/ing the connection of the York nd Baltimore with the Cumberland Valey Railroad was intlefinafel y postponed, •eas 37, nays 36. In the afternoon the following bills were lagsed.' An act to incorporate the Ilanoer Academy; York county. A supplenent to the act incorporating the Coltimlia and A/iirylnn...

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

B 2£ 33 ©ILIff <2P !£©» "" or CO-PARTNERSHIP. HTIAKE notice that the partnership -"- heretofore existing under the linn of D. P. Tussey, & Co., in Sinking Valley, Huntingdon county, pa. was dissolved by mutual consent, iu March last. HENRY HTMULLEN, ARMSTRONG CBA WTOIID, Sinking A alley, May 89, 1809. The bonks are now in (|,e |)!(mis of Armstrong Crawford lor 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. 5^ ftlnnks for .sale at Til/-- Ol'T/CK.

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

NOTICE, Having taken Lelti. i ol Admit ¦ on the Estate of W illlam i. West Township in the County of Hun tingdon. All persons indebted t.-. sofil Estate are requested to make immediate Payment to the subscriber in t1 - Unrni.-gh of Huntingdon. And all per- . claims against said Estate will please present them for settlement. JAMES SAXTliN. AJtiiV of William /firrison. Jun.tr, 3th, 1850.

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

GOjLLICKC'S. MATCHLESS SANAHVE, in ' • tu nan than the even the united lou ¦ •. - -a medicine, which is obtmued equatlj From the vegetable, animal and mineral kingdoms, and thus - 1 three f-id jionei,—a medicine, «lin.ii iii g l designed as a remedy for consumption solely, is possessed of u mys> itenous influence ofer many diseases of the human system,—a medicine, whicl begins to be valued b y Physicians, who are daily witnessing its astonishing cures of many whom they had resigned lo tin grasp of the Insatiable Grave. DOSE of the Sanative, for adults, one drop; for children a half drop; and for infants, a quarter drop; the directions cxplaing the manner of taking a half or a quarter drop. Pin CK —Three and one third rix dollars* (8^,50) per HAUrooxoE. *A German coin, value 75 cents.

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

A Fi 11c Farm For Sale. TtJE subscriber offers for sale the farm he resides on, known as IiOSELAND, situate in White Top, Cambria county Pa.— This iarm comprises 200 acres otgoed land, 80 acres of which is cleared, and iu a high state of cultivation; 15 acres of it prime timothy meadow. THE BUILDINGS ilk m are all of the best description. A commodious dVelllng recently built and finished in the best manner, with every appurtenant out building. .1 Large Bank Slam, built i.. 1835, with stabhs fitted up most conveniently for accommodating a large stock of horses and cattle. '1 here is a pum of the purest waier at the kitchen pmoOi and a fine spring with a dairy See, at con VCnient distance—a neat garden stocked with a variety of fruit—and a thrifty lllll ORCHARD Ol*1 ^||j|> TURKS, selected ffom the bent nurseries near Philadelphia. The POST BOA6 from Ebcnsburg to Clearfield, passes through this place, which has also the convenience of a POST OFFICE. It is distant from Hill's...

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

JVew Goods. JAMES SAXTON, JR "ttMfOULD respectfully infoim his * ™ friends, that in addition lo his former sfock, he has added Dry goods, Hard ware, Paints and Dye stulls^ CLOTHS. SATTINETTS. VESTINGS, CALICOES, Ginghams, JHuslin tie* leans, Silks antl SATINS, SHEETINGS, BLEACHED AND UN,-BLEACHED MUSLIN'S, Linen and Cottcn Drilling, thecki and Grass Cloths, And a General assort incut O/* Fancy Art irks. II A R D W A R E. Tea Kettles, German and English Scythes Traces, Gun Locks, Neck Bolts, Saw-mill Files. Realty's Socket Chcssels, Plains, Irons, Scizzers, Shears, Kniecs, Porks Penknives, Put and Table hinges , Awls and A wl handles, Till, Desk, &¦ Pad Locks, If td Screws, assor ted, an assortmemt of Screws Ccrry Confa Cofeenilli, hats and Dung forks, S!t0veis and Spade wra wtmwim-Indigo, Madder, Logwood, Cafmctmd, fc>. pal Varnish , LiAsred Oft, Spirits 0( I turpentine, Prussian Blue 1 cmtian llrj , Jlcd Lrad, i' W'iflW Setterage, *!ose. Pink, Span I ;'./; Ithitc...

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

Flection 0/ Peo'houotaries. ftcgistirs, tie. 1 he bill to provide lor the election ol Prothouotaries, .Registers and Recorders and Clerks of the different courts, has passed both Z/otfses ot the legislature, and is now in the hands of the Governor. Pray and Carpenter of the House voted against the bill. They stood alone. The bill to provide for the election of Alderman and Justice of the peace has nut yet became a law.

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

Flection uf Canal Commissioners Ly the Peujdc. 1 lie bill tu provide for the election of the Canal Commissioners by t'.e People passed the Senate on Tuesday by the billowing vote. Mr. Frailey oV Schuylkill is the only /,-JCO Foco who dared to vote in favuroi' this truly democratic proposition, YEAS.—Messrs. Barclay, .Hell, Brooke Calwell, Case, Ewing, Frailey ol A'ch. Frailey of the city, Fullerton, Killinger, Maclay, Michler, jl/'Conkey, Miller of the ciry, Paul, Pearson, Purviance, Sterrett, Strohm, '/illiams, Penrose, Speaker.-21. NAYS,—Messrs. Brown, Carpenter, Coplan, llavs, A'ingsbtirv, -Wilier, of Adams, A/iller, of Herks, Parsons, Rogers, 'Vnytlei', Sleveneotj!—11. The Supreme court of this state have decided that the goods of a boarder, in a boarding house, are not. liable to be dis> trained by U\e landlord for rent. A most righteous decision.

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

-I 1 1 1 /'. . t'ed ir.iin the Germa>i. ~\ ViiVVo OFFON iiiiVAAVAii: , OF GERMANY, THE £SK £¦ :.'!TJKST OF HV-. W.J.T M&i-:.* KJF.-iCTOKS. "' Citizens of ,\orth and South timertea, To LOUIS Ol-I-ON fiOKLICKE, M. D., of Germanv, [Kurope] belongs the imperishable hiiiior of adding a new and precious doctrine to the Sciences of Medicine—a doctrine which, though vehemently opposed by many of the faculty, (of which he is a valuable member,) he proves lo be as well founded intrulh as any doctrine of Holy Writ—a doctrine upon the variety of which are suspended the lives of million.' , of our race, ami which he boldly challenges his opppsers to refute, via; Consumption is .1 disease always occasioned by a disordered state of Vis Vitcc (or life principle) of the human body,' 0/- ten secretly I'irking in the system for years before there is the least complaint of the Lungs—and which may be as certainly (hough not so quickly, cured as a common cold o" a simple headache. An inv...

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

WlStir.BHtWjl, PROPEHTlt FOR SALE. aM|HE Subscriber proposes to sell his valtt*. liable farm at public sale, on the 15th of July, 1839, situate in Sinking Valley, Hun tingdon county, containing 235 acres 133 per dies of first quidity of lime stone land, 175 of which are cleared and under excellent fence 90 acres of which are in good clover, part of which are well mixed with timothy. On the farm are two good M 2 STORY Jfc^ JSJ|JBI10USCS, I!H one if which is a large log house, and the other a new weather boarded, together with a wind bank barn 40 by 80 ft. in size, also, nether excellent log barn and a first rate large orchard, containing about 14M> First rate $||& 1 APPLE TREES <2w ALSO.—a never failing spring at the tog house, and a fountain near the door of the weather boarded house. The wood land is of the best quality .of timber. This, property is sitnated;o3 the Valley road |leading to Birmingham, t ivti miles from Birmingham, and two miles from Tyrone fo...

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

9 9 q A certificate from three members of the MEDICAL PROFESSION in Germany, in Europe. We the undersigned, practitioners of medicine in Germany' arc well aware 'hut, by our course, we may forfeit the friendship of some of the faculty, but not of its benevolent numbers, who are uninfluenced by selfish motives. Though we shall refrain from an expression " of our opinion, either of the soundness or unsoundness of Dr. Goehcke's new doctrine, we are happy to say that we deem his Sanativ too valuable not to be generally known—for what our eves beheld and our ears hear, wo must believe. We hereby state, that when Dr. Louis Ofl'uu Goelicke first came before the German public, as the pretended discoverer of a new doctrine and a new medicine, we held him in the hi ghest contempt, believing and openly pronouncing him to be a base imposter and the prince of quacks. liut .on hearing so much sail! about the Sanative, against it and for it, we were induced, from motives of curiosity merely, t...

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

P. Swoope, jr. WOULD respcc(fu!ly inform his friends, that he has taken the Store formerly known as P. Swonpe .$• Son, and that he furnished himself with a NEW & GENERAL ASSORTMEN T OF Wvyt <3^{ IJD &$ » IIardivarc ,Ciiiicry, Iron, sice AM) Hollow ware. .4LSO:—S^ILT AND FIS H His assortment of Fancy articles are o the best kind, lie has also a large vari ety of QUEENS WARE, Planes, Chisscls, Augers, iHahogany Veneer, Rasps, &c. and a general assortment of Tools of all kinds. Those who wish to buy cheep, will do well to DC T'CAIJ. AND SEE. ^^fj

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

JWew Store!! m- is & w- sr sDtriBTrco Would inform the public generally that their NEW DRY GOODS have arrived; and are now open for examination at their Store formerl y the Huntingdon Rank, and latterly occupied by L. Gotta, opposite the store of Swoope 5c son. Among them a comprised and extensive assortment of FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS Consisting of Cloths, Cassimers, Saltinctts, and Testings, Muslin Ddranes, Chintzes, Gighams, Cal/ieoes, and Painted AIus lins, Si/kit, Satins, Shrelings, Bleached and Unbleached AIusslins, Linen & Cation Drillings, and a large assortment of Fancy articles, Groceries, Glass, and Qtiecnsware , Hard It- are and Cutlery, and Nails, Shear, Cast and Blister steel; assorted window Glase, - Looking Glasses; and every article necessary for a complete country store. The public are requested to call, as they are determined to 03" SELL CflKAP.Xfl April 3d, 18^9.

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

NEW SPRING GOODS. H, & C, NEWINGHAM, WOULD respectfully inform thi-ii-friends and the people-generally; that tiny havi just received ;it their ^ tD#II !! » on the south side of MARKET STKRET.above the Market House, a large assortment of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES HARD, ' ' \RE, . i ,.!..., &C. s - meres, Chinl ¦ .:nlins ; ¦ 1 ¦ . Gun ¦ of all kii - . • • and Steel; '--• im , Bi and Whiskey. They invite all interesi dt II nd I'y themselves that their >,- a lior quality, and their i)7-TlLRMS MODERATE. ,0 May, 8lh 1S39.

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

VERY BMPORTAft' '* FARMERS, ' The Subscribers offer ofl their improved celebrated Thru in chines, at their Shcps in Hunt Lewistown. Hy application, 11 mail or otherwise to John Swit/er, 11 ., tingdon—or Arthur B.Long, Lewis w farineis can be accommodated on the most reasonable terms." For running easy, doing the work well, and for durability; they defy the Stale of Pennsylvania to exceed them. Those who wish it, can have a straw carrier attached to their Machine, which will be a great advantage in thrashing, one hand less will be required to take away the straw,and the cavinjrmuch more easily performed. By an agreement with the Patentee's, we have the Exclusive Privilege oi building and- selling, ju the county's of Perry Juniatta, Alijlin, Huntingdon and part of Cam'iria. If' Farmers, will consult their own Interest, and keep free Irom trouble-—they will beware of buying Machines, of any kind, with the Strap passing under the Horses feet unless made and sold by us, as the Patient ...

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

II S7.-V T IJ\ ii Ef OV»' Cabinet <& Chair ffifflMvv M&®n%« THE Subscribers respectfully inlorm the citizens of Huntingdon, and the community at large, that they have taken the Store formerly occupied by L. Gotta, at the western! of Market streeet, where they are prepared to sell wholesale urntalc, any article in their line of business! such as SIDEBOARDS , SECRETARIES , SOFAS, BUREAUS, WORK-STANDS, CARD, PIER, CENTRE, DINING & BRE.4KF.i4ST I ABLES. High, Field, French, and low post bedsteadsjRush bottom, Balb, lient, llaligrraii Boston TKJJI pattern, and copirnou rocking fh* CHAIRS. * '% B '¦ . !• •' !-'i:inls of all colors qualities md zi . P per Hanging of various patterns and q I i'n s. CUNNING 11 \\i .v ;.u; < ..ixr.LL. Huntingdon, June 5, 16SD. O^rCofflns mad mil Iunet-ills attended ither ;¦ 1 mjrv or tow n, ¦>< the <-.& B.

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