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

.'Vet© Judse. Most of our readers, have probabl y learned that Calvin Blythe, the President Judge of the court in Dau phin county, has resignedj and reader, who do you think Porter has appiinted in his stead ? J.\ M KS MADISON PORTER! his Masonic brother. It is impossible to assign any cause wh y Judge Blythe resigned, unless it was a wish to get ritl of the trial of the rioters who are arraigned for treason. True, he " was a candidate for nomination in the convention which took up Porter. True he was a little chagrined at the success o ittcA a man; and it may be that he hi the promise of something better, if I would resign, and allow luncst Davy appoint the right kind of a man to try t "dogkeeptrs." There is at least room I suspicion. But what do you think of it Penns; vanians? Porter has selected his o brother to set rn judgement on those v. men whose treasonable character wasc ctilnted to assist himself. Is not I keeping it in the famil y? Is it not ral a hi gh handed mov...

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

THE JOURNAL. —— ¦ 1 'One country, one constitution, one destiny ; Huntingdon , July 17, 1830.

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

Democratic Jlntimasonie CANDIDATES. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN, WM. H.HARRISON FOR VICE PRESIDENT DANIEL WEBSTER.

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

JElectorial Ticket. JOHN A. SHULZE, ?Sen'to'l JOSEPH KITNER.jelectors 1st District LEVIS PASSMORE 2d do CADWALLADER EVANS do CHARLES WATERS, 3d do JON. GILLINGHAM. 4th do AMOS ELLMAKER. do JOHN K. ZELLIN . do DAVID TO ITS, 5th do ROBERT STINSON, 6th do WILLIAM S. H1NDEU 7th do J. JENKINS ROSS 8th do PETER FILBERT . 9th do JOSEPH II. SPA YD, 10th do JOHN HARPER, 11th do WILLIAM M'ELVAINE 12th do JOHN DICKSON. 13th do JOHN M'KEEHAN, 14th do JOHN REED, 15th do NATHAN BEACH, 16th db NER MIDDLESWARTH 17th do GEORGE WALKER, 18th do BERNARD CONNEI LY, I^u d ,° GfN - JOSEPH MARKLE . 20lh do JUSTICE 11. FORDYCE, 21st do JOSEPH HENDERSON 22d do HARMAR DENNY, 23d do JOSEPH BUFFINGTON, 24th do JAMES MONTGOMERY, 25tli do JOHN DICK.

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

FLAG OV THE l'EOPLE! K5~ A single term for the Presidency, and the office administered for the whole PEOPLE, and not for a PARTY. J7" A sitiiid, uniform and convenient National CUBKKNCY , adapted to the wants of die whole COUNTRY, instead of the SHIN PLASTERS lirought about by our present RULERS. 07"ECONOMY, RETRENCHMENT , and REFORM in the administration of public affairs, J7*Tired of Experiments and Experimenters, Republican gratitude will reward unobstrusive merit, by elevating the subaltern of WASHINGTON and the desciple of JEFFERSON, and thus resuming the safe and beaten track of our Fathers,—L. Gaze/re

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

The Editor of the "Mountaineer" wc learn by the Journal, has been trying hi* powers upon us. Will our friend Johnson please send us a paper containing the attack. We suppose the valient editor of that paper is very willing to "eradt/ii* whip" out ol our hearing, and we should really like to see how boldl y he can carry his mouniiiiif-ear*. If he is worth the trouble, we will take a peep under his lion's skin.

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

Colerain Post Office. For upward of forty years there has been a Post Office kept at Colerain Forges, in this county. IT IS NOW DISCONTINUED, although surrounded by a very dense population. A uew one has howevever been established at the mouth ol Spruce Creek, three miles below Cole rain. That our readers may judge of the motives which could prompt such a total disregard of the peoples wishes—such a perfect infringement upon their rights, wc will briefly state the situation of the country. Immediately at the mouth of Spruce Creek there are a few houses, aud theii few orcupaiits comprise the whole of the population, on that point of the compass who get their letters or papers from thai office. The entire hotly ol the residents being in the nei ghborhood of Colerain Forges, and above even that point. Wc doubt very much whether there is one ins dividual below the mouth of the creek, who will get his papers from that office. With in one and a half miles of the present Post Off...

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

Huntingdon A' Itollidaysburg Mmi&MBm'ft* Notice is hereby give n By the Commissioners named in the act of Assembl y authorising the incorporation ol the Huntingdon and Hollidaysburg Rail Road Company, in pursuance of said act, that books to receive subscriptions to the stock of said company will be opened and kept open, at the Court House in the Uorough of Huntingdon, on Wednestlay the 24th instant; at the house of John S. Isett on Friday the 26th instant; at the house ol William G.ilbraith, in the Borough of Birmingham, on Saturday the 27th inst.j at the house of John Bell, in Autis township, on Monday the 29lh instant; at the houseof John Walker, in the Borough of Ho lidaysburg, on Wednesday the 31st instant, and at the house of James Crossan. in the city of Pittsburg, on Monday the Sti day of August next, at which lev. eral tunes and places one or more of the Commission i ¦ • named in the said . attend leu the pui i ose i • sivn tl subscriptions of th .-'¦ ¦ ¦¦ ' ¦¦ . ¦...

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

UOULICKL'S. MATCHLESS SANATIVE, medicine of more value to mar. than the vast mine* of Austria, or even the united treasures ol our globe,—a medicine, which is obtained equally from the vegetable, animal and mineral kingdoms, and thus possesses a thrci ftld power,—a medicine, which though designed as a remedy for consumption solely, is possessed of amyss terious influence over many diseases of the human system,—a medicine, which begins to be valued by Physicians, v 10 are daily witnessing its astonishing cui of many whom they had resigned to t grasp of the Insatiable Grave DOSE of the Sanative, fur adults, m I drop; for children a half drop; and f infants, a quarter drop; the directions cxplaing the manner of taking a half or a quarter drop. PnioE—Three and one third rix dollars* ($2,50) per BALf OUNCE. *A German coin, value 75 cents. 525^3 ^ 9 9 A certificate from three members of the MEDICAL PROFESSION jn Germany, in Europe. We the undersigned, practitioners of medicine in Germ...

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

CIRCUS AND OlftAWa EXHIBITION vif avsraK ^ MM^ «rfsJ9L|B Ki^Biiffl^ ESfefi l ?S*IWK31i' i w&s?BBi N^KTMI WeWkWi*&W$9wfflM.\m ^JMK«^JPllWM# TO BE EXHIBITED AT HUNTINGDON, PA. OK SATURDAY THE 27th OF .JULY, INBT. EnHE p roprietors of the Giraffe and the 4JL New York Circus- and Arena company respectfully informs the public, that they have entered into arrangements to travel and exhibit together, nt the same time and place Uutler a pavilion 1 irge enough to hold both exhibitions, atd accommodate 2000 specta-TIIE CIRCUS. 'This exhibition is fitted up in a style which renders it superior to any thing of the kind in this country. Every exertion will lie mule en the part of live Equestrians, as vi ell ns the Managers, to make it interesting and worthy of patronage. The scenes in the circle will present a variety of new and Interesting feats of Horsemanship, and otht-r varied scenes of amusement and Equestrian exercises, which will constitute the most delightful and gent...

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

A CAMP MEETING "Will be held by the Methodist Protestant Church, on the old cam]) ground near Chilcoatstown (I rough Creek Settlement!, to commence on Friday, August 30, 1839. Invitations are hereby extended to the ministers i.nd friends of all denominations, who wish well to the cause of Christianity, to unite with us. J. LIAS , Chairman Committee. July 17, 1839. THE WARM SPRINGS HOTEL. I HE ¦ - itnrriber respectfully informs his Is citizen* generally, that he i harge, the ft mse -otu-.'. mi Springs, S miles from ii igd n. and Las us. i! every exertion to i i ^t pionsant aummet retreat, and i oy in ;. tlotia •. ol the public. I iu medicinal virtues ofthe waters of the Warm Spring*, a,re uiiouestioiiably equal to, if not superior to many i it.e fashionable watering places. Such as are anxious to remain at the Springs any length of time, can be accomodated with board, and the kindest attention shall be bestowed to make their situation pleasant. JOHN KEA. Warm Spring, July 17, 1339....

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

r . .. .L.!.'!H_ '^^af.'v^.T—^ S3 9 - NEW SPRING ' &OODS. H. & C. NLWINSHAM, WOULD respectfully inform their friends and the people generally; that tlity have just received at their m&mmw* on the south side ¦ f MAHKET STREET, lb vc the Market House, a large assortment of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES Vi ND Qi T' f0\< * \RE, LIQUORS, &c. : '.. isting of Cloths, Cassimercs, Salinetts, Silks, Calicoes, I hintzes, Ginghams, bleach'd anil unbleached Muslins j Teas, Coffee, Sugars , and Molasses | Gun-locks, Scythes, Cutlery of all kinds, Saws, Chisels, Iron and Steel; Wines, Brandy, Gin, Spirits and Whiskey. They invite all interested to call and satisfy themselves that their gor.ds arc of a superior quality, and their ¦XT-TERMS MODERATE. .£$ May, 8th 1839. Jlrew $t@&»e!! Wunld inform the public generalh * NEW QBY GOODS have arrived; and are now open for examination ut their Store formerly the Huntingdon Bank, and latterly occupied b y t... Gotta...

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

V H H ^ Translated from the German." ] LOUIS OFFON GOFL1CKF, OF GERMANY, TIME GREATEST OF HVJH*i.lf JBEJVEI\ICTOIl.$7 CMscns of .yorlh and South America, To Lours Ot'i'ON GOKLICKK., M. D., of Germany, [Europe] belongs the. imperishable honor of adding a new mil precious doctrine to the Sciences of Medicine—a doctrine which, though vehemently opnosed by many of the " faculty, (of which lie is a valuable member,) he proves to be as well founded intrulh as auy doctrine of :loly Writ—a doctrine upon the variety nf which are suspended the lives of millions of otir race, antl which be boldly challenges his opposers to refute, viz: Consumption is a disease always occa sioned by a disordered state of Vis Vila-(or life principle) uf the human body: of. ten secretly lurking in the sifslcm for years hejorc there it the teieil complaint of the L'tngs—and which may be as certainly though not so quickly, cured as a common cold or ii simple " headache. An invaluably precious doctrine this, as ...

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

A Fine Farm For Sale. THE subscriber offers for sab the farm he resides on, known as ROSELM'D, situate in White Top, Cambria county Pa This ianti comprises 200acres ot|;nod land, 80 acres of which is cleared, and in a hii'li state of cultivation; 1J acres of it prime .iinolhv meadow. THE DUILDIXGS A Wk are all of the best description. A commodious dwelling recently built and finished in the best manner, with every appurtenant out building. .1 JLargc Bank Barn, built i.i 1835, with stables fitted up most conveniently for accommodating a large slock of horses 'and -cattle. 'There is a pum of the purest water at the kitchen pmoo, and a fine sprin}; with u dairy &c, at con \-enieiit distance—a neat garden stock--L-d with a variety of fruit—and a thrifty llllll ORCHARD OF Jf|fl|> TREES, selected from the best nurse i its near Philadelphia. The POST ROAD from Ebensbui-B to Cleai field, passes through this place, which has also the convenience of a HOST OFFICE. It is dis...

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

NSIW TOKR WEEKLY WHIG. The first number of the SEMI-WEEKLY edition of TIB NKW Yoaa WHIG II herewith submitted to the public. It will h, regularly published hcdcetorth i very WEOftaxsAT and SATURDAY afternoon s ou » ahrrt of the sia- of the DAILT Whig and half the sis i of the Weekly, and fo.w.rded by ihe earliest mails to its Patrons. It will contain all the matter of the Daily Whig except the Advertisements, and he afforded at the low price of TRHEK DOLLABS per annum in adv ncc. It is believed that this is the cheapest Semi-Weekly paper iu the country. I'hecharacter of TUF. NEW YORK Wnto —Dail y and Weekly—is now widily known It h is been publish d about sixteen months nd in that bri -f period has acquired a vvid, circulation, und, we trust, a fair standing srr.i % its conti-mp- raries. It aims to pr>- i.-utiiiH nv-dium sheet an amount of reading m titer fully iqual tn the average if the Great D lilies if New York and our oilier C immi-rcial cities. Its emit nts will compr...

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

MORE CONCLUSIVE PROOFS Ol the extraordinary effi-acy of Dr. Wm. Evans9 CELEBR A TED MEDICINES. It AIAsTOATHIO AFFLICTED MANKIND . CASE OR DYSPEPSIA. Mr. David Morris,-11 SuSolk street, N. York, had been severely afflicted with dy« pepsia for upwards of three years, during which time he seldom experienced any relief, lie was troubled with constant vom itin<rs, and on some occasions raised blood LIS occasional cough, with pain in the chest end difficulty ot breathing, drowsiness, caeasy sleep, loss of appetite, giddiness, unpleasant taste in the mouth, with fur rail tongue. All these distressing symp toms disappeared, after using Dr. Win. Evans' celebrated medicines. Mr. M. called a day or two back, and stated the above; also, he is willing to afford any fur. ther inform alio i regarding the nature and cure of his case to those similarly afflicted Office No, 19 North tight »t. Philadelphia. Coughs and Colds. How many suffrers do we daily behold afflicte i with that common a...

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

NOTICE. TO COUNTRY MEUCIIANTS . Umbrella *t Parasol l*Ia'iiifiicloi*a nnd Mture. No. 37, North Third Street, between Market & Arch streets PHILADELPHIA. THE subscribers have now on hand, and iff r fir tale a large and g nerd assortment of Un brellas and Parasols, nf the best materials, and manufactured by experienced win k men. The patronage ot Country merchants, is retpectfully solicited, it being the determination of the iubscribers, to sell their go'ds Ht prices quite as low as any similar establishment in this City. KISHER k SWAIN P'li'adilphia, Feb. 9th.

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

A NEH SKRIES. K7*A desirable opportunity for new subscribers.,, /^ The fourth volume of the GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE, und AMERICA?: MONTHLY REVIEW, commenced on the hrst ot January, 1819. TERMS—'three D liars per annum,pay able in advance. 7'wo large vnlurn, s of near Iy one thousand pages are published every year. This popular work is now printed with NEW TVPE CAST EXPRESSLY far th! PURPOSE ON FINE THICK PAPER. well stitched in a neat cover, valuable en graying* ar» given in every other number. The Oentlem ill's Magatine and Montnh Review ha* attained a standing that ensnie'v its continuance; and the Commendatory no tices of the most respectable portion of th. press attest its merits and popularity. act monthly number contains Seventy-two, ,x tra-sized Octavo pages, and presents MORI RKADING MATTER THAN A VOLUME OF A NOVEL. It is published at little more thai-Vilf the price of any other Magaxine inth. United States, yet contains as many. ORIGINAL PAPERS. AS ANT OIREH MONTHLY FUDLICAT...

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

The FtEE BRED Horse 'Swrarat GREY BEARD WILL stand for mares the eusuini season commencing on the 22d o Lowrie. V/ ''' l' t Ji,' -t ""I18 ' Alexande Lowries, Ye, ow Springs, the second weel FWeT1 ^UCK S Stable ', 'e -"- Unio. furnace, and so on, chaneine Wcckli throughout th^season, at 8 6 3 • !• For Ihe season, I a To iiiHiire Willi foal. He is the right kind of a horse for tllil horsed eW '•', lhC PUre b1 """ "f l"« "S ^fc «^iiB5?WSa Inhl wf i?"!f ???nd 'jnth«' care of Mr. John Watchell, Clearfi.dd Co. Va.. at 50 hilars a mare. Ii »,smv intention, when 1 got lum, to run him at Pit sburg, but he (Otlame WhUe training, and I was obliged o stop, though convinced of his speed and QOuunj r Pedigree. YOUNG GREYBEARD, was got by the famed C rey Beard of Rirhrd Sing .ton, Esq.. S. C. and he by K sr.iusko, the sire oi Clara Fisher. Mulnflora . C.d y of the Like, Sall y Taylor. Betsey K bliison. and other good ones.' K-snuskii was by Sir Archv. hi.s dum L ttery bv th imported B dtor,l,M...

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

WTBM WHtSWHtW* or FORMIC*LITERSTURM SCLEACJ iUNiy rt.tT Is published every month by E LltH- fc Oo.a 2 Chesnut Street . P^Mlaffr six dollars ayear, payable in advance bU tantsub-enbersare requested to rem! afc .utc on account. " *w ume !!f, ,t V ye iV 183S beKin> the F'UI^» Vo ume ot i New Sines, complete sets of wh r-Ji " und "fU :r!'eh, N 5E? DoBars ' and a hS louud. I be New Series , begun becmis, we are, o longer able to supply oro^ fs fu, complete sets of the old. 0™ers KM CONTENTS OF THE APRIL NO R^i R:!ad. ', 'r, 'S,,f H0b "t8 * ,Uth ^ 0.sp.itch.SofLa Mo-he Fe.elnn. Ko ,1 \Th ,"M > rt,e « 50 —< >«k» ••» h.ntl..„,l 104-L ment of the Cherokee, »'*—Kite. S75-S „,n,ts bv Wnshlnetor Oerm»Vr6 T 7,,the Pla '"'et Ventre L w, MH"uf"ct "'' -» and English Cm EngUhPiets. Vol I. Horn^Hi,,,., lfN n,to JJ.CK ahrppard. f •''' •. '""'" .C *"'!'t'p ". Walter Scott, i <vil Bnsjliieering in Am. rita. Fras,i's Travels in P, rsia A L tter from the Falls of Nia...

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