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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 July 1839

S.ISIIIK'B Mlnpirrnn Our readers will recollect that Mr. Sturgeon recovered damages last fall, from one Alexander A. Lowry, for slan. dcr, before the arbitrators; from which decision Mr. Lowry appealed. By a let. ter from Armstrong county we learn, that the cause has just been concluded before the court. No attempt at justification was attempted by Lowry or his counsel. A number of witnesses were brought to prove the deferidant to be worse than no thing in a pecuniary sense; and an'earnest appeal was made lo the jury, to make the damagea light. A verdict was returned by the jury of 8150 and costs against Lowry, and in default of being able to fork up the cost, takes board at, the county jail. Who are the s'amferers now?

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 July 1839

OHHTAKV. "In the midst oj lijetue arc in death." Died—.On Sunday the 30th. 18,5'J, at his residence Mr. Peter Swoope, hen. aged 70years and 3 menths, VALUABLE PROPERTY For Sale. THE subscriber offers for sale at private sale, all that valuable tract ot land, situated about. 2 miles from Couches' Mills, West township, now in the occupancy of John Coder; adjoining the lands of Rollan Evans, Benjamin Corbin and others, containing 200 ACRES, and an al'owance; about 50 acres cleared and under fence. The residue being Kood timber land. Thereon erected a Ionhouse and cabin barn; and also a enm\ apple orchard. There is also a stream of water running through it large enough to run a saw mill during a large portion of the year. For any further information inquire of George Jackson, Huntingdon, or of the subscriber at Hollidaysbur ' g. . . „• , , J-C. BOWERS. Hollidaysburg, July 3, 1839.—.it. A NOITIER recent test ofthe unrival--tm - ed virtue of Dr. WM. EVANS'* CAMOMILE PILLS- Dyspepsia '...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 July 1839

FOR SAL.E. The Subscriber ofFjrs for sale a tract of Patterned Land, situated in Huntingdon county Hopewell Township. Containing about three hundred and ten acres, about eighty of which is cleared, and has theron a good wi 11 of water, and fine pumn, and a numberof never failing springs also a large quantity of the best of fruit Trees, such as Appels, Pears, Peaches, Plumbs, and Cherries of varies kinds, also ennvenienient small buddings, with a quantity of good timber situated on the land. Terms of sale will be made know on the premises by, SAMUEL REED. Huntingdon June 26. 4-w P, STOVE .njyn TIJ\ SIR® V* HE Subscriber respectfull y informs the public, that he has removed his shop to the corner of Market Square, in the lv use formerly occupied as .. tavern, l\ Alex. CARMJN where he has on hand a general assortment of GOOD TIN WARE, whichhe will sell cheap at whole sale or retail, House snouting will he put on at the shortest notice. He also has on hand a general assortment of .S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 July 1839

Y.HEWJJiBL,E fROPERTlt FOR SAJLE. aiAHE Subscriber proposes to sell his val-** liable tarm at public sale, nn the 15th of July, 1839, situate in Sinking Valley, Hun tingdon county, containing 235 acres 133 per chef of first quality 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 Jgfc 2 STORY L==K iilllouses ,!! one of which is a large log house, and the other a new weather boarded, together with a good bank barn 40 by 80 ft. in size, also, smother excellent log barn and a first rate large orchard, containing about 100 First rate&fe APPLE TREES SL ALSO.—a never failing spring at the log 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 Heading to Birmingham, two miles from .Birmingham, and two miles from Tyrone forges. There is a stream o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 July 1839

[Translated from (lie German.' ] LOUIS OFFON GOli'LICKE, OF GERMANY, THE GREATEST OF IIUJflJLJY BEJ\'EF*§CTOR$7 Citizens of JVorth ami South America, To Louis OFFON GOELICKE , M. D., of Germany, [Europe] belongs the imperishable honor of adding a new and precious doctrine to the Sciences of Medicine—a doctrine which, though vehementl y opposed by many ofthe faculty, (of which he is a valuable member,) he proves to be as well founded intruth as any doctrine of Holy Writ—a doctrine upon the variety of which are suspended the lives of millions of our race, and which he boldl y challenges his opposers to refute, viz: Consumption is a disease always occasioned by a disordered state of Vis Vitoe (or life principle) of the human body: often secretly lurking in the system for years before there is the least complaint ofthe Lungs—and which may be as certainly though notso quickly, cured as a common cold or a simple headache. An invaluably precious doctrine this, as it imparts an importan...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 July 1839

ftOELICKE'S, MATCHLESS SANATIVE, medicine of more value to mar. than the vast mines "I Austria, or even the united treasures ol pur g lobe,—a medicine, which is obtain, d equall y from the vegetable, animal and mineral kingdoms, and thus possesses a three-fold power,—a medicine, which though designed as a remed y for consumption solely, is possessed of a ' mystei ions influence over many diseases of the human system,--a medicinc,"w which begins to be valued by Physicians ' , who are daily witnessing its astonishing cures of many whom they had resigned to the grasp ot the Insatiable Grate. DOSE of the Sanative, for adults, one drop; for children a hall drop; and for infants, a quarter drop; the directions ex - plamg the manner of taking a half or a quarter drop. . larSr^Tn?™ ' a(ui one 1I,ir * 1 rix •Julius ($2,50) per iiALFonNCR. *A German coin, value 75 cents.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 July 1839

A Fine Farm For Sale. THE subscriber offers for <ale the farm he resides on, known as ROSEI IJVD sit -"em White Top, Cambria-county Pa 1 80 nrra /. '', fCOm P,' ,1S ^200 acres 0, B°°d land, stat« J ?L?h hh ,s c,eare<1 'a»<1 In a high THE BUILDINGS Ht ML " lions'l t?/ ir° bcSt dt'sc'' 'P' '»'n- A commodimts dwelling recently built and finished in 0U ? bS?Knner ' with ever * -w*n-5 »f Large Bank Barn, built i.i 1835, with stables fitted up most conveniently for accommodating a large stock of horses 'and cattle. There is a puni of the purest water at the kitchen pmoo, and a fine spring with n dairy &c .at con venient distance—a neat garden stocked with a variety of fruit—and a thriftv ¦ |||| 0RCHARD OF JflU TREES, selected from the best, nurseries near Philadelphia. The POST ROAD from hbensburp to Clearfield, passes through this place, which has also the convenience of a POST OFFICE. It is distant from Bell's rorge, 12 miles. Persons disposed to .purcha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 July 1839

P. Swoopejr. WOULD respectfully inform his friends, that he has taken the Store formerly known as P. Swoope $• Hon, and that he furnished himself with a NEW & GENERAL ASSORTMENT ov WVM ^tiupttf®* Hardn-ai'CjCiiiI?rv, Iron, » <cc AND Hollow ware. ALSO—SALT AND FKH Ilis assortment of Fancy articles are o the best kind. He has also a large vari ety of QUEENS WARE, Planes, Chisscls, Anger- , Itlahogany Vcnccr, Rasps, &c. and a general assortment of Tools of all kinds. Those who wish to buy cheep, will do well to [CPcALT, AND SEE.= Q] Jfew Store!! »• a & w- rn'mwrn-ffso Would inform the riublic Generally that their h J NEW DRY GOODS have arrived; and are now open for examination at their Store formerly the Huntingdon Bank, and latterly occupied by L. Gotta, opposite the store of Swoope & son. Among them a comprised and ex. tensive assortment of FASHIONABLEDRY GOODS Consisting of Cloths, Cassimcrs, Sattinctts, and JTcslings, Muslin Dtleancs, Chin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 July 1839

=5 <? q A certificate from three members of the MEDICAL PROFESSION in Germany, in Europe. We the undersigned, practitioners 0 I' medicine in Germany' are well „Ware bat b y our course, ,ve may forfeit the friendship of some of the faculty, but not of its benevolent members, »viio are uninfluenced b y selfish motives. Thouih we shall refrain from an expression of our opinion, either of the soundness or unsoundness of Dr. Goel.cke's new doctrine, we are happy to say that ,ve deem his Sanat.v too valuable not to be genera ly known-lor what our eyes behold and our ears hear, we must believe. VNe hereb y state, that when Dr. Louis Oflon 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, be iev ing and openl y pronouncing bim to be a base imposter and the prince of quacks. Hut on hearing so much said about the sanative, against it and for if, we were nduced, from motives of curios...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 July 1839

EW YORK SEMI-WEEKLY W DIG. The first number of tin.-SKM1-WEEKLY edition of THE NEW Y ORK WHIG II herewith submitted to the public. It will he re.itularly published hedcefbrtfi every WEDNESDAY and S ATURDAY afternoon*, on H sheet of the size of the OAII.V Whig and alf the size of the Wceklu. and fm w iriled bv the earliest mails to iU Patrons. It will contain all the matter of the Duly Whig except th • Advertisements, and be iiffirded nt the low price if THUEK DOLLARS per annum In advance. It (sbelieved that this is the cheapest Si-mi-Weekly paper in the counirv. .. ., ... The character of THE NEW Y ORK Wma —Yi illy and Weekly—is now widely known It has been published about sixteen months, and in that brief period has acquired a will, circulation, and, we trust, a fair standing ?mn-iE its contemporaries. It aims to present in a medium sheet an amount of reading m it ter fn"v equal to the average of the Great Dailies of Mew York and r.ur other Commercial cities. Its cnt nts will com...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 July 1839

PROSPECTUS OF The National Magazine, AND REPUBLICAN REVIEW. H. BRENT, ESQ. EDITOR. The National Magazine and I.epnblican Renew, will be published in the city ol WasViiiRton, District of Columbia, on the 1st (lav cf January next, and delivered monthly iii all parts of the United States; devoted exclusively to the advancement ofthe great principles nf the Whig party, nnd the cite.' iiragemtnt of litciature and science. The experience of the past year has confirmed in the minds of the more reflecting and sagacious of the Whi g party tha- n vacuum exists in the periodical press of the country, in which sin uld be combined the productions < f < ur great statesmen on literary and scientific subjects, and those of the eminent literary gt niuses nf which the United States can boast so ample a share, m. the various stilj cts that present themselveto a Brand and vigori us intellect. It cannot be doubted that the present crisis demands the publication of a work cid culated ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 July 1839

i\ MOTHER recent test of the unrival-&A led virtue of Da. WM. EVANS' CAMOMILE PILLS: Dyspepsia of ten years' standing cured. I was afflicted with the above complaint for ten years, which ¦¦capacitated me at intervals fur the period of six years, from attending to my business. I am now restored to perfect health bv the frequent use of the above medicine. My symptoms were, a sense of oppression alter eating, pain at the pit of the stomach, loss of appetite, giddiness, palpitation of the heart, and great debility. I am willing to give anv information to the afflicted respecting the benefit I received from the use of DR. Evans' Camomile and Aperient Pills. Staton, Sept, 1,1838 J. M'KENZIE The above medicines r or sale at Jacob Miller's store Huntingdon. INTERESTING CURE PERFOR-44 MED BY DR. SWAYNE'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF PRUNES; VIRGIN IANA, OR WILD CHERRY. Having made use of this invaluable Syrup h myfam ily, which entirely cured my child. The symptoms were Wheezing and choking...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 July 1839

ANEW SER1E S UIFA desirable opportunity for new subscribers.,/-!] The fourth volume of the GENTLEMAN'S M\GA7INE, and AMERICA! MON 11 ILY REVIEW, commenced on the first nf January, 18 '9. TERMS—Three Dillars per annum,pay iblein advance. "Two large volumes of near ly one thousand pages are published every vear. • This popular work is now printed with NEW TYPE CAST EXPRESSLY for tilt PURPOSE ON FINE THICK PAPER. well stitched in n neat cover, valuable en grnvlugs are given In every other number. The Gentleman's Magazine and Mnnttib Review hae attained a standing that ensn^ its continuance) and the commendatory no tices • ' the most respectable portion of tin ;ire«i attest its merits and popularity. arh monthly number contains Beventv-twn, ixtra-slaed Octavo pages, and presents MOBR RKADING MATTER THAN A VOLUME OF A NOVEL. It is published at little more than Salt'the price nf any other Magazine in the United States, yet contains as many. ORIGINAL I'APKRS. AS ANY OTHER MONTHLY PUBLI...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 July 1839

The FUEL, BRED Horse ^^mm^ GREY BEARD, WILL stand for mares the ensuing season commencing on the 22d of April,the first week at Alexander Lowries, Yellow Springs, the second week at Samuel Wa lace's stable, near Union Furnace, and so on, changing weekly throughout th-; season, at $10 For Ihe season, 15 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 orse. 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. V'a., at 50 dollars a mare. It was my intention, when I got him, to run him at Pittsburg, but h< got lame while training, and 1 was oblige!' to stop, though convinced cf his speed and bottom Pedigree. YOUNG OBEY BEARD, was got by the famed C rey Beard of Rich-. rrl Singleton, Esq.. S. C, and he by Kosciusko, the sire ol Clara Fisher, Multaflora, Lady of the Lake, Sa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 July 1839

$mm mm-uwwm OF FOREIGNLITERjrr URZ SCIEAC& AND ART Is published every month by E. Little & Co., 212 Chesnut Street, Philadelphia, fir six dollars a year, payable in advance. Distant subscribers are requested to remit a *s mtc on account.f With the year 1838 begins the Fourth Vo ume of a New Series, complete sets of wh.ch in be furnished at Two Dollars and a half lonnd. The New Series is begun because ¦ve arc no longer able to supply orders for complete sets of the old. CONTENTS OF THE APRIL NO. Poetical Works of Robert Southev. Udl-Roads Despatches of La Mothe Fenelon, Earlier English Moral Songs and Poems, Diary of n Dutch Diplomatist in London, POETRY—The Myrtle, SO-.—Oaks nf England, 304—Lament of the Cherokee, 574—Kate. STS—Sonnets by Washington Browne, 5"6—7\> the Plannet Venus, 576 German Manufactures and English Corn Laws English Poets. Vol I. Home's History of Napoleon, Jack Sheppard. Fenimnrc Cooper vs. Walter Scott, Civil Engineering in America...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 July 1839

Executor's Notice. A\ LI. persons indebted to the Estate nf w*David Dean, late of Walker township Huntingdon' County deceased, are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims against said Estate are requested to present them properly authenticated for payment ut my residence in Hopewell township.. WM. DEAN. Executor. Mm/ IS, lS3n .|

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 10 July 1839

To the Public. THE public arc hereby Informed, that JACOB MILLER has been appointed agent for Hutititi.;ilon county, for the sale ol I)r, Evans' Camomile and family apei lent pills, ¦where all those that He cl medicine', can be supplied as he intends always tohave « supply on hand. _ tr*. IFB AND HEALTH,—Persons whnsi «Jij: nerves have been injured bv Cnlomile, or xeesstve Brief, great loss of blood, the sup pr rssi 'ii of accustomed discharges or cuta lie us, intemperate habits, or other causes Which tend to relax and .nervate the ncrcaus BVStem, will find a friend to soothe and r ' -mton -..r ' n, in EVANS' CAMOMILE PILLS. Those afflicted with Epilepsy or Palling Sickness, Palsy, Serious Apoplexy, and Organic affections of the heart, Nans.;., Vomiting, n.iius in the side, breast, limbs, h ¦ •' v machor back, will tin;t themselves imrr.ei l..tely relieved, by using EVANS'CAMOMILE AND APERIENT PILLS. DR. EVANS does not pntend to say that his medicine will cure all diseases that ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 10 July 1839

*»tscellaiieottO From the Ladies' Garland T II E fc" A L L E N C III K F . Inthesuminerof 18— I had the pleasure, in company with Judge 1) , ol visiting the celebrated ground where Lovell fought with the Indians. It is in Maine, about three miles trottl the peaceful ami little village of Frvsblirg, which lies embodied in the valley of the Sacco. The lofty p ine and stately oak. -still wave in silence the boughs that shaded the savage warrior. The drooping branches of the willow that fanned the fainting brow uf the while man, still bend over the fatal spot on which he. bird, and where in peace his ashes still repose. I took from the trunk of a tree under which thev were buried, and on which their names we ' re engraved, a small chip, which I stilll preserve as a choice idle, and on which 1 have written the names ol the two companions who decided the fate of the day. The Indians had long annoyed the few inhabitants that were thinly scattered over thai portion of the country, i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 10 July 1839

KAIL MDIMi, K. ti h, tlie seme of . ... . Florida, t Judge Lynch. It. oit , din or Now, of a hoi men puiliapn John i; • . - , aversion to 'sit—would r ither ha>e dili UHllgil l,; and nti* u- ;d u -ly on receiving this intelligence, lie resolved Would lot be caught 'sleep* in uery sound.' 11 then took another large drink, and aftci cleainig his throat, exclaimed in a winning toau uf voice. 'Ride me on a rail!—Why I'll be shot il I'd be nd on a rail lor live thousand dollars.' ' IVell you'd better put out, then,' said the gentleman «l' the bar, as he set back the botile and po ped the -pic' in tlie drawer, 'Judge Lynch has said it. •Well, now I'm nut a gwain to be sarved no trick,' said John, 'Judge Lynch be hanged.' John sauntered out, crying and muttering to hiinseif, 'I'll blow 'em all to , it they come a project!!!*about this child.' He then stepped inioa store, and purchased three pounds of powder, which he tied up in a silk pocket-handkerchief under ins ai ;n, wal...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 10 July 1839

A MATRIMONIAL SQUABBLE. (Scene in the country, two neighboring Farmers in Conversation.) 'Lank Swipes, what d'ye think's happened? 'Well, don'i know.' 'Why, mv wile hung herself high and dry on otlr big apple tree in the orchard-!' 'You don't say so; I -vish my apple trees would bear such fruit! •Oh, you good-for-nothing villain/' shrieked a female voice from the other side ol a neighboring hedge, and in less than no time, Mr. Swipes found himself collared by his good lady;'You wish I'd hang myself, do youf •Oh, no deac lii'/.y; I—I—I don't wish any such thing.' 'You did, though, yeu villain—I heard you.' 'I did'nt mean it, if you'J hang yourself I'd cut you down.' —Wife relaxes her hold, upon which Swipes immediately runs oft", and in running cries—'I'd be sure you were dead first, though.'

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