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

BOOT AND SHOE snfs. fj 4J&3 MANUFAC TORY. THE SUBSCRIBER respectfully inf. Tins his friends, and the public gonerally, Ihat he has commenced the nboyi mslness, and is now prepared tn manufac lure all kinds nf LAMES' .1ND GENTLEMEN'S BOOTS AND SHOES, md all work to order, at the shortest notice, m the most durable manner. He hopes b > strict attention to business, t. m. nt a share ol public p itrniuire. ... .. I *MES BROWN. « aterstreet. May, 7th 1839. iTT-Two or three go.d J. uineVmeri air wanted immediately, „t the above establishment, to whom liberal wages and constant ¦rplovmcnt will be givm. J. B. iy NOTHEJ? recent test of the unrivat *»•« hd vinu- of Da WM FViKs1 CAMOMILE PILLS: DyVpe^sia of te& n years standing cured. I was afflicted with the abjive Complaint lor ten years, which nc.paritated me at intervals for the period of six years, from attending to mv business. I am now restored to perfect health bv the fr, qu,,.t use of the above m dirine. M&a...

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

P. Swoopejr. WOULD respectfully inform his friends, that he has taken the otore formerly known as P. Svvoope $ Son, and that he furnished himself with i NEW & GENERAL ASSORTMENT or Wv& €SCID ^% sInrdware,CinIery, Iron, Mcrl AND Hollow ware. ^ LSO:—PAW AND FISH . His assortment of Fancy articles are of he best kind. He has also a laitc VM, iv of * QUEENS WARE, Planet) liis»« |* \uSrre, Haiics uiv Veneer, Kasjpe. &.c. .ml a general assortment of Tools nf all kinds. Those who wiah to buy cheep, will do well to KT'CAIX AND BEE-r-fJ To Markesmcn. IHOMA8 DOL'(;L\hS. IKaiw Sbmit% Respectfully informs hisfrt.nds. ard the piiblh eenerally, that he still continues thi above husinnss In MCONNKLLSTOWN. And is prepared to manufacture all klnti •>f euns or pistols, or to make any neressas rv repairs up..n »nv article r.f the kind. If careful attention will mer t success, he hopes to secure the patronage of the sharp shnn'• rs nf this c-n-tv. Anv orders left with...

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

JSf VJTT MJS GBO J\* Cabinet «fc Chair 8®aw Maante THE Subscribers respectfull y inform the citizens of Huntingdon, and (ho • omniuniiy at large, that they have taken .he Store formeil y occupied by L. Gotta, at the west end of Market strecet, where 'hey are prepared to sell wholesale cr retale, any article in their line of Lusincssi -IICll IH SIDEBOARDS, SECRETARIES . SOFAS, BUREAUS, WORK-STANDS, CARD, PIER, CENTRE, DINING & BRE.4KF.JST IABLE3. High, Field. French, and low post bedsteads; Rush bottom, Balb, Bent, Haiti asssK more, strai ght back. Bostou U pattern, and common rockinj jffo CHAIRS. " I I Veniiian blinds of all colore qualities and sizes; p,,per Hanging of various patterns antl qualities. CUNNINGHAM & IIURCHINF.LL. Huntingdon, June 5, 1839. (KrCofhns made, and funerals attended either in the country or town, at the shortest notice. C.&B. STOVFJ .1,1 D TMA saasDip * HI Subscriber respectfull y informs Jb, public, that he has removed his sho...

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

Still another case of Dyspepsia. .IST'WIS'tJNG CURE. Abrahrm J. Greater, residing at 66 M.iti street, N. Y. was afflicted with Dyspepsia in its m ist aggravated form. The symptoms were: \iolent head-ache, gr.at d. bility, lever, co.stiveness, cough, heartburn, p,in in the chest and stomich always after eating, impVir-d appetite, sensa'inn of sinking atth, st mach, furred tonnu?, nausea, with frequent vomitings, dixiine s towards night, restlessn ;ss, He. These had continued upwards nf a twelvemonth, when, a using Wm. Evans' medicine, the p itient was completely restored to healtl in the short spir.e «,f one month aud grateful fur the incalculable benefit derived, gladly came forward and volunteered the above stit. ment. The pills are for sale at Jicob Miller'.-tore, Huntingdon Pa. LAW NOTICE. Jtmes Steel. Attorney at law, has re. moved his office to the fram» buildin? ad joinin gthe dwelling house of /Vridfc Gie a »nd east thereof, and nearly opposite thr store of P. Read En. M. 1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

To the Public THE public arc hereby Informal, that JACOB MlEEERihas been appointed age nt fur Huntingdon county, for the sale nt DP, Evans' Camomile and family Hpei lent ])ills, where all those that nee d medicine, can be supplied as ho intends always to have a sup ply unhand. rp HJE AND HEALTH,—Persons whose 4JM nerves have 1 e n injured by Calomilc, or excessive grief, great loss-of blood, the sup pression of accustomed discharges or cuta iicnus. Intemperate habits, or other causes which tend to relax and enervate the ncrvotii system, will find a friend to soothe and comtort them, in EVANS' CAMOMILE PILLS. 'I'Uose afflicted with Epilepsy or Falling Sickness, Palsy, Serious Apoplexy, nod organic affections of the heart, Nausea, Vomiting, pains in the side, breast, limbs, head, slnm,iich or hack, will find themselves immediately relieved, by using EVANS'CAMOMILE AND APERIENT PILLS, Tin. EVANS does not pretend to say that his medicine will cure all diseases that flesh and blo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

The Dover's Talisman; or, Ihc Spirit llt'idc Sedc ct ©»U; From the Southern Literary Messenger. jiv MRS. IE9A SMITH. "Anna" said the young collegian, "you are a noble girl—no die awny airs, because your lovei is so long absent; no making all the rest of your admirers feel, thai they are just the last persons in the world that you care any thing about—no, no ; you are not so selfish as that, Anna." " A shadow passed over the face of the fair girl, and the smile died away upon her lips. "Indeed, cousin, this might bo a cutting reproach ; but you do not intend it as such— I know vou do not." "Never," said the youth passionately; "1 meant only to commend my cousin'* sweetness of temper—her constancy is" Anna raised her linger. "I have issued my interdict upon that score,cousin; but do you know I have a Talisman that will ensure me the constancy of William—and it is of a kind, too. that is valueless in case of fickleness upon mypart!" ••indeed ; initiate me into its mysteries...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

TERMS OF TIIK HUNTINGDON JOURNAL. The "Journal" will be published every 'iViulivsd.iv morning, at two dollars a year it pnirt IN ADVANCE, and if not paid within e«c months, two dollars and a half. Kvety person who obtains five subscribers and torw.irds price of subscription, shall be ftrmshed with a slJCJh copy gratuitously for one year. N • subscription received tor a less period than six months, nor any paperdiscontinucd until arrearages arc paid. All ommuliications must be addressed te the Editor, post paid, or they will not be Htendcd to. Advertismcnts not exceeding one square will be inserted three times for one dollar foi every subsequent insertion, 26 ficents pel square will be charged:—if nodetnitcordenl are given as to the time an adveiisment is tc be continued, it will be kept in till ordced out, and charge accordingly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

TH K GAKLAN D. — "With sweetest flowers enrich'd From various gardens cull'd with care."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

TH E DHUNK AMD. I had a father—the grave is his bed: I had a mother—she sleeps with the dead; Freely 1 wept when they left me alone—llut I shed all my tears on their grave and their stone; I planted a willow—I planted a yew, And left them to sleep till the last t rumpet blew! 1 ortune was mine, and I mounted her car—Pleasure from virtue had beckoned me far; Onward I went, like an avalanche down, And the sunshine of fortune was changed to a frown. Fortune was gone, and I took to my side, A young, and lovely, and beautiful bride! Her I soon treated with coldness and scorn, Tarrying back till the break of the morn; Slighting her kindness £c mocking her fears: Casting a blight on her teoderest years; Sad and neglected and weary 1 left her—Sorrow and care of her reason bereft her—Till like a star, when it falls from its pride, She sunk on the bosom of misery and died! I had a child, and it grew like a vine-Fair as the rose of Damascus was mine: Fair—& I watched o'er her...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

ADDRESS Delivered by Mr. D. II. Burnham, in Birmingham, Huntingdon county, Pa, July 4th, 1839. I'liuMiMonAM, July 5th, 1839. Mr. D. H. BURNHAM.— «S»r; The undersigned committee of arrangement for the celebration of the anniversary of our National Independence, held at this place on yesterday, would very respectfully solicit a copy of your excellent remarks delivered on the occasion, if consistent with your feelings. Very Respectfully, Your Fellow Citizens. W. CUNNINGHAM. A. P. OWENS. M. D. KK1DY. JltldresH. LADIES, FATHBHS, SOLUIEUS AND FELLOW CITIZENS. At all times, and in all ages, that a just tribute was due for the achievement of great events, lias been patriotically acknowledged—that it has been and is laudable and highly commendable for patriots to assemble on the birthday thereof, to commemorate the same. I congratulate you Fellow Citizens, that through the kindness of an ever indulgent providence, the happy privilege is granted to us,ot meeting to celebrate the anniv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

FLAG OF THE PEOPLE! 03" A single term for the Presidency, and the office administered for the whole PEOPLE, and not for a PARTY. jJ7- A sound, uniform and convenient National CURRENCY, adapted to the wants of the whole COUHTHV, instead of the SHIN PLASTERS brought about by our present RUI.KRS. JT7"E CONOMY,RETRENCHMENT,and REFORM in the administration of public affairs, ty*Tired of Experiments and Experimenters, Republican gratitude will reward unobsiruMvc merit, by elevating the subaltern of WASHINGTON and the dcsciple of JEFFERSON, and thus resuming the safe and beaten track of our Fathers,—L. Gazette.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

COUNTY CONVENTION. The Democratic, Anti-Masonic friends of HARRISON and WEHSTEB within the several townships and boroughs of this county, are requested to meet at their usual places of holding elections on or before Saturday, the 10th day of August, proximo, and elect two delegates from *nch, to represent them in the County Convention, wliich will meet in the borough of Huntingdon on Wednesday the 14th of August, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, to nominate a county ticket. And a general meeting of all those who arc opposed to the present tyranical and corrupt Administrations of the State and Federal Government, and in favour of electing the Canal Commissioners of Pennsylvania, is requested at the .Court House in the borough of Huntingdon, at 7 o'clock in the evening of Wednesday the 14th of August, to elect three delegates to represent Huntingdon county in th" Slate Convention which will meet in Harrisbum; on the 4th ol September next, and for other purposes. By the county commit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

"Brother Jonathan." We have just been introduced to "Hi other Jonathan" who has made his appearance among us Irom Ihc great city ol (lotham, laden with all manner of notions. "Jonathan" is a strapping youth, and is well worthy of an introduction into every family circle, llut to the point, .Brother Jonathan is a large, aye; very large, Family News Paper issued in New York, and comes to us in a splendid appearance, and stored with, a great and i ich variety of interesting matter. We meet it as a friend. It conies from tho scenes of our Hoyhood.and call up the unforgotten faces wc were wont to meet there. IVe bid Jonathan welcome, if our letters of introduction! are of any use to aim they are welcome, for we look upon him as a fiicnd and "Hiother," Wc have given a place to the communication of Mr. Ross. Justice seemed lo demand that he be heard. Our columns shall be open to a reply from any who may consider themselves aggrieved, reserving to ourselves the right to stop at any ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

ANOTHER BREAK. From the neglect, inattention, or some other cause, another break occurred on the canal. B y dint of riding up and down the low path, and rushing about town lor three or lour days, the active State Agents succeeded in getting it mended. No possible reason can be assigned why it should not have been done in twenty-four hours. Is it not a little extraordinary that, up to the present moment, there has not occurred a single break upon that portion of tho canal which was made lait summer. Notwithstanding the many char ges ol the insufficiency of Ihe work, and notwithstanding Porter himself, in a public message declared on his honor, that there w«i eminent danger ol delay from breaks, &c. on it. Yet has it stood thro' an astonishingly wet season without tho smallest break to cause detention. Is it not a pity that the work thus insultingly gives the lie to both. Can it possibly arise Irom the fact that the man from Ohio has the guardianship of it? If the same...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

ISttftovfal £bumwart» A young man by the name of White, was lately tried and found guilty ol wilful murder. He is said to be about twenty-t*vo years of age, of fine appearance. During the whole Dial, it is paid he displayed, all the stoicism of the Savagu. Milk and- W«i«r.—'Brother Jonathan' —is scolding right smart, because the milkmen get more milk from the pump, than from the udders of his cows. Never mind the milk-and-water, Jonathan—stick to the "switchcl." There arc four hundred and seventy nine legal practitioners of medicine in New York ; and one hundred and seventy three undertakers.—We undertake to say that with so great a dcspai ity in their numbers, undertaking is a good business in that city. We have neglected to notice that the Telegraph and Intelligencer, of Harrisburg have been united. If the united at. tentionand tallenl of both those journals are united, we may say that their paperwill be one of the ablest in the State. A fellow by the name ol Vail, was fin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

THE JOURNAL,. 'One country, one constitution, one destiny Huntingdon , July 24, I83».

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

Democratic t'lntintasonic CANDIDATES. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. WM. H.HARRISON IOK VICE PRESIDENT DANIEL WEBSTER,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

fu tectorial Ticket. JOHN A. SHULZE-lScn'to'l JOSEPH RUN Kit, Selectors 1st Disirict LEVIS PASSMOKE, 2d do CADWALLADER EVANS. do CHARLES WATERS, 3d do JON. GILLINGHAM, 4th do AMOS ELLMAKER, do JOHN K. ZELLIN, do DAVID POTTS, 5th do ROBERT SIINSON, 6th do WILLIAM S. HINDEU, 7th do J. JENKINS.ROSS, 8th do PETER FILBERT, 9th do JOSEPH H. SPA YD, 10th do JOHN HARPER, Ilth do WILLIAM M'EI.VAINE, 12th do JOHN DICKSON, 13th do JOHN M'KEEIIAN, 14th do JOHN REED. 15th do NATHAN BEACH, 16th do NER MIDDLESWARTH, 17th do GEORGEWALKEK, 18lh do BERNARD CONNELLY. 19th do GIN. JOSEPH MARKI.E, 20th do JUSTICE G.KORDYCE, 21st do JOSEPH HENDERSON, 22d do HARMAR DENNY, 23d do JOSEPH BUFFINGTON, 24th do JAMES MONTGOMERY, 25th do JOHN DICK.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

We have been obliged lo stop our pa. per for one week, as wc have a middling large harvest to cut and take in, and must, to make our reputation as a farmer equal to farmer Porter's, turn out and help gc< it in ourselves. Our readers will consider our excuse as a good one we hope.

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