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

P. Swoopejr. WOULD respectfully inform his friends, that he has taken the Store formeil y known as P. Swoope § Son, and that he furnished himself with a NEW & GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF WV& CtaO&g * Martin 'are, Cutlery, Iron, * lee AND Hollow ware. 4LSO:—SylLT AND FISH His assortment of Fancy articles are o the best kind. He has also a large vari etyof QUEENS WARE, Planes, Chissels, Augers, ITIahogany Veneer, Rasps, &c. and a general assortment of Tools of all kinds. Those who wish to buy cheep, will do well to DZr* CALr. AND SEE. ^QQ JVew Stove!! 2B. w <§s w- wmtwmsM Would inform the public generally 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 extensive assortment of FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS Consisting of Cloths, Cassimers, Saltinetls, and Vesting!, Muslin Dvleancs, Chintzes, Gigha...

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

Q *f *I [Translated from the German.] LOUIS OFFON GOELICKE, OF GERMANY, TMME GREATEST OF MMV. .Tl.f.V BEJVEF.MCTORST Citizens of J%"brlh ami South .'Imerica, To Louis OFFON GotticKE, M. D., of Germany, [Europe] belongs tlie imperishable honor of adding a new and precious doctrine to tlie Sciences of Medicine—a doctrine which, though vehemently opposed by many ofthe faculty, (of which ne is a valuabfe 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 boldly challenges his opposers to refute, viz: Consumption is a disease always occa sioned by a disordered state ot Vis Vitcc (or life principle) of the human body: often secretly lurking in the sys'emlor years before there is the least complaint of the Lungs—and which may be as certainly thoughnotso quickly, cured as a common cold or a simple headache. An invaluably precious doctrine this, as it imparts an...

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

A Fine Farm For Sale. THE subscriber offers for sale the farm lie resides on, known as ROSELAAr D, sit- iKite in White Top, Cambria county Pa.— This farm comprises 200 acres otgood land, 80 acres of which is cleared, and in a high state of cultivation; 15 acres of it prime timothy meadow. THE BUILDINGS [Sir* InUMl are all of the best description. A commodious dwcll'ini; recently built and finished in ihe best manner, with every appurtenant out building. .1 Mjargc Bank Barn, built i.i 1835, with stablrs fitted up most conveniently for accommodating a large stock of horses land cattle. There is a pum of the purest water at the kitchen pmoo, and a fine spring with a dairy &c, at con venient distance—a neat garden stocked with a variety of fruit—and a thrifty JSLfc ORCHARD OF 4&H& •W ii R A IT E D #WP TREES, selected from the best nurseries near Philadelphia. The POST ROAD from Ehensburg to C leal field, passes through this place, which has also the convenience...

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

Executor's Notice. ALL PERSONS indebted to the Estate 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 KraKiM <*"»<•"¦ Williamsburg, June 26th, 1839.—6t. p 50bls Nova Scotia Herrings Fll9aUby J.1ME* SAXTON

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

MORE CONCLUSIVE PROOF? O/the extraordinary efficacy of Dr. Wm. Evans' CELEBRATED MEDICINES. IS ALLEVIATING AFFLICTED MANKIND. CASE OE DYSPEPSIA. Mr. David Morris .41 Suffolk street, N. York, had been severely afflicted with d ys pepsin for upwards of three years, durifi" which time he seldom experienced any res lief. He was troubled with constant vom i tings, and on some occasions raised blond an occasional cough, with pain iri the chest and difficulty ol breathing, drowsiness, uneasy sleep, loss of appetite, giddiness, unpleasant taste in the mouth, with furred tongue. All these distressing symptoms disappeared, after using Dr, VVm. Evans* celebrated medicines. Me. 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 eureof his case to those similarly afflictid Office No, 19 North eight st. Philadel phia. Coughs and Colds How many sufferers do we daily behold afflicted with that common and distress...

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

PROSPECTUS OP The National Magazine, AND REPUBLICAN REVIEW. H. BRKNT, ESQ. ED1TOB. The National Magazine and Republican Rei lew, will he published In the city ol Washington, District of Columbia, on tin. 1st day of January next, and delivered monthly in all parts of the United Stat s; devoted exclusively to the advancement of the jreat principles of the Wnig party, and the tiic uragementof Hteinture and science. The experience of the past year has confumed in the minds of the more reflecting and sagacious of the Whig party tha imocuum exists in the periodical press ofthe country, in which sht.uld be combined the productions of eur ureal 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 calculated to infuse and circulate true...

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

A\"OIHE/? recent test nf the utnival-««A led virtue of DR. WSI. EVANS* CAMOMILE PILLS: Dyspepsia of ten years' standing cured. I was afflicted with the above complaint tor ten years which ¦¦capacitated me at intervals for the period of six years, from attending to mv business. I am now restored to perfect he, 1th by the fnquent 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 ofthe heart, and great debility. I am willing to give any information to the afflicted respecting the ben, fit I received from the use of I)R. Evans C imomile and Aperient Pills. !>ut ii, S.i.i 1. 183;; J. M'KENZIK mi. , oi.:e..e i- s,l- at Jacob M- >& ¦ * " ' j. N ' ,J IN' CURE Pr'RFOR-¦ V i..; ',.* . Y.\A"S COMPOUM YKUP Or P. VNES; VIRGIN IAN A, UK iwi.ij CHEKRY. Hiving made u„ . f ihl i v u-'-.'e Si -up i i mv fam ily, which entlr ly cu -d my child. ' The symptom-, w, n VVInvaiii...

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

A NEfl SKRIES. \£T\ desirable opportunity for new subsci'ibers.< _nrj The fourth volume of the GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE, and AMERICA! MONTHLY REV1EW, commenced on the Best of January, 1859. TERMS—Three Dollars per annum,pnj able in advance. 7\vo large volumes of near ly one thousand pages are published even year. I'his popular work is now printed with NEW TYPE CAST EXPRESSLY for till PU1IPOSE ON FINE THICK PAI'ER well stitched In a neat cover, valuable en graving* are given in every other number. The Gentlem n's Magazine and Month!' Review has attained a standing that cnsni coits continuance; and the commendatory no tices of the most respectable portion ofthe press attest its merits and popularity. ach monthly number contains Seventi-two, > xtra-slzed Octavo pages, and presents MOHK RKAD1NG MATTER THAN A VOLUMF. OF A NOVEL, It is published at littl? more than half the price of any other Magazine in the United States, yet contains as many. ORIGINAL PAPERS. AS ANY OT...

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

The ECEIs BRB.B MBorse GMEY BEARD, WILL stand f'or mares the ensuing season commencing on the 22d of April, the first week at Alexander I.owi'ies, V How Springs, the second week it Samuel Wa lace's stable, near Union Furnace, and so on, changing weekly throughout th- season, at $1© Van' fllac season, 15 To iaisiirc 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. Hi is 16 hands high, barefoot, and without a fault. I have ids pedigree properl y certified. ' ' His sire has stood . In the care of Mr. John Watrhell , Clearfield Co. Va., at 50 il -ilais a mare. Ii was mv intention, when 1 got him, to run him at Pinsburg, but he Sol lame wink- training, and I was- obliged to stop, though convinced cf his speed and bottom ' Pedigree. YOUNG GREY BEARD, was got by the famed C rey Beard of Rich-¦ rd Singleton, Esq.. S. C, and he by Eos-Clusko, the sire ol Clara Fisher, Multaftora, Lady ofthe Like,...

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

^mm mwQw&vt OF FOREIGN-LITER^TURM SClEACi AND ART Is published every month by E. Little «c Co., 212 Chcsnut Street, Philadel phia for six dollars a year, payable in advance l)i«. taut subscribers are requested te- remit a $5 jiotcon account. With the year 1838 begins the Fourth Vo ume of a New Series, complete sets of wn.ch c in be furnished at Two Dollars and a half bound. Ihe New Series is begun because we arc no longer able to supply orders for complete sets of the old CONTENTS OF THE APRIL NO. Poetical Works of Robert Scuthev, Rail-Roads • Despatches cf La Mothe Ferclon, Earlier English Moral Songs and Poems, P,sV-i-,,\Pu .t eC . h DiP' f'matist in London, POEIR-V —The Myrtle, 501-Oaks of lMigland, 504—Lament of the Cherokee, Si 4—Kate. 575—Sonnets by Washington Browne 576-r,. the Plannet Venus. 576 law " M:umfact "r« at"l EnglUh Corn English Poets, Vol I. Hoine's History of Napoleon, J;ick Sheppard, Pent more Cooper vs. Walter Scott, t ivil Engineering in America . ...

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

NEW YOKR WEEKLY WHIG. The first number of the SEMI-WEEKLY edition o; PHI NEW YORK WHIG ^ necrewlth submitted to the public. It will be xngularly published hrdc«furth every WKDh SEAT and SATURDAY afternoons on a ~* et. f the siza of the DAII.T Whig and "1'f the site of the Weekly, and foiw " . riled ° ' the earliest mails to its Patrons. It will *° etain all the matter ofthe Daily Whig ff xccpt the Advertisements, and be afforded a t the low price of TKKF.K DOLLARS pei fonurn in adv -nre. It is believed that this is " he cheapest Semi-Weekly paper in the souriry. The character of Tar. NEW YORK WHIG —Daily and Weekly—is now widely known It has been published about sixte: n months and in that brief period has acquired a wid, circulation, and, we trust, a fair standing nmnng its contemporaries. It aims to present ina medium sheet an amount of reading matter fully equal to the average of the Great Dailies nf New York and our other Commercial cities. Its contents will comfjrise Literatu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 July 1839

To the Public. THE public are hereby informed, that JACOB MILLER has been app inted apem fur Hunt illation enmity, for the sale nt Dr. Evans' Camomile and family aperient pills, where all those that ne (I madicine, can lit supplied as he intends always to have a supply on hai.,'. Vf> IFtf. AND HEALTH.—Persons who*. 4J M nerves have been injured bv Calnmile, or excessive Rrief, groat loss of blood, the sup pression of accustomed discharges or cuta ne IUS, intemperate habits, or other causes which tend to relax and < nervate the nervous system, will find a friend to soothe and comfort them, in EVANS" CAMOMILE FILLS. Those afflicted with Epilepsy or Falling Sickness. Palsy, Serious Apoplexy, and organic affections of the heart, Nausea, V ¦miting. pains in the side, breast, limbs, head, stomach or bick, will tinii themselves immediately relieved, by using EVANS"CAMOMILE AND APERIENT PILLS. DR. EVANS does not pretend to i-.y that his medicine will cure all diseases ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 July 1839

AN O It ATI ON. For tkt 4/k, of July. Delivered in the Fi.tBii if Chilicoa.lt, Huntingdon county, Peimiyltania. Copt. T. C. Green. SIR :—The undersigned having been appointed a Committee fur that purpose, by the Trough Creek Guards, would resp clfuliy in behalf of the company tolicit the favor of a ropy ol the Oral ion delivered b y you to day, " in commemoration of the atiuiversai y of our National Independence, tor publication in the different paper.-, in the toumy. Your's very respectfully. G. W. HAMPtiON. SIMEON WRIGHT. J. MONTGOMERY. Committee. Co Messcrs. Hampton, Wright and Montgomery, Committee of the Trough Creek Guards. GCNTI.BMB!*.'—It is with pleasure, I compl y with your request to furnish a copy of the Oration on to day. It was not intended for publication, but a* it ii the with of the Company, 1 cheerfull y accede to it. I am Gentlemen Your Obedient Servant. T.C.GREEN. July 4th. 1830. Oration-FRIENDS ASD FELLOW CITIZENS : Again has another anniversary of our...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 July 1839

Iitdepeudeure Day* The 63.1 anniversary of the Declaration of Independence wa* celebrated at ShirL-'»burg by the Invincible* of that place. About one o'clock the company partook ol an excellent repast p epared by Mr. John Ptice. Ihe day was spent with the convivial urbanity which alway* attends our celebrations, and the recollections ol the occasion gave a livel y cheerfulness to the scene. Captain J. W . Galbreath wa* appointed President; Buijainiu Leas, Solo.n.iu Dunkte, Samuel Mc k, nstry Vice President*. Mr. John Price read ihe Declaration of Independence, and Dr. J. U. Lightner delirerod the following ADDRESS. Fweans AWD Fallow SoLOtcas:— The day we celebraie is the bod of American Independence; it is impossible to find in the annals of the world, a moment frought with mure fearful interest, than that in which tiit event represented this day. It was the crisis which determined the destiny of our country, the ri g ht* for which our fathtishsd retired int* the wilderness,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 July 1839

TERMS OP THIS BBtftWHCrDSif ?TOTTnSTAL. The "Journal" will he published even Vodiic"«!.iv uviniinic, ut two dollars a year ft Mid IK ADVASCB. and if not paid within lix mouths, two dollars and a half. K/-i v person who obtains five subscribers Ad tarvvards price of subscription, shall be troishsi with a sixth copy gratuitously for vac year. N i*a >i:rtptionreceived tor a less period bin sis u milis, nor any paper discontinued lati 1 Arrearages are paid. All c i rvaiu'iicitiins must be addressed to he R lit ir, put paid, or they will not be Ltended to. A'iv.-rusmeiits not exceeding one square Sill be inserted three times for one dollar for every subsequent insertion, ii ficents per H|uarc will be charged:—if no detniienrdvrd see {iven as to the time an adverisment is t<> »e continued, it will br kept in till ordeed oo\ and charge accordingly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 July 1839

[ JTHEGAltLAyt*. —— "With sweetest fl iwers enrch'd From various gardens cull'd with care."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 July 1839

CHILDHOOD'S PRAYER. Beauteous the earliest flower of spring. Which rears its timid head, A fair, and frail, and helpless thing, Above its snowy bed. To transient seme and passing sight, It may not hope to vie With those more frai'i-ant, and more bright; Which summer shall supply. Vet memory fondly owns its worth. With gayer blossoms burst To light and life;—for this came forth. The simplest, and the first! Lovely the roseate seats of morn, When dews and vapiair rise, Gemming with diamon drops each thorn . As insense to the skies. Brightly may shine the nonn-tid ray* On mck, and lake, and hill; Yet memory, 'mid their cl aidless blase, Will turn to morning still. There was a freshness in that hour, So misty, hush'd and calm; That,like each opening leaf and flower, The spirit owned its balm. And such, if we may rate the worth Of boon more rich than fair . By symb"ls bm rowed from thi* earth-Is childhood' * artless prayer. It is a boon above all price, To earthly gems assigned; ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 July 1839

The <Wt. We have given a large portion of eur paper up to the sayings and doings on the 4th. We feel bound to do so. Nothing should be left undone, which may tentl to keep alivt a remembrance of the glories of that day, sixty-three years ago. It is the political sabbath of our country. On that day, every age and sex should meet around the altar of their country, and offer up their party prejudices and passions, and meet like brothers, and see who sho'd outstrip the other in cultivating the love of our country and her laws. The sp :ce therefore allotted to-day tu the sayings on the 4th we consider devoted to the whole country. There is much there that is well said, and the young and old will rise from its perusal, with the spark of patriotism glowing more brightly in their bosoms.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 July 1839

Vellow Springs Post Office. We have on numerous occasions, received complaint of the conduct at this Office, since its removal from Yellow Springs. At present we understand, the acting Post Master, has no other authority than a deputation from Mr, McRiemau, who now lives at Holltdaysburg. We should like to know what there is to restrain this deputy from, all kinds of neglect or misconduct. The people of Morris, it seems to be the victims, ol official oppression and misrule, because for sooth will not bow their knees to the Baal of Van Bureuism. It is time the people took the matter in hand. The corruptions at Washington, find a helping hand in the knave who now direct the destines of Pennsylvania, and to protect themselves, the people must hurl them both from power.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 July 1839

Judge Collins. We learn from our Harrisburg papers, that the Supreme Court have decided that the commission of Judge Collins of Lancaster, is null and void. As some of our readers may not recollect the circumstances upon which he re» ceived his commission, we will briefly state them as correctly as they have come to eur knowledge. Judge Cellins was appointed some time in the year 1336, President Judge of the districtof which Lancaster is a part. After the election of 1838, when every body had learned that the new constitution wa* adopted, Judge Collins resigned his Judge ship, and immediately asked a re-appointment, which he received. The only pos sible icason to assign fur such conduct is, the fact that had his last commission proved geod, he could have held his office ten years from the date thereof. While by his first, his term would have expired two years sooner. For the new constitution declares that, all the judgesof the last class hold their comnjissiojis ten years fr...

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