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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 21 November 1838

TO THE PUBLIC. DR. EVANS' PILLS. Tff ia^asaa'tjiajijo g^ga Qrosaa 4!kby Dr. Wm. Evans' Camomile Tonic and Family Aperient Pills.—Benjamin Brown, corner of Shippen and George streets Philadelphia, was affected for seven years with extreme nervouaiicss, by which he was not able to write his name—his symtoms were, cruscation, daily spasmodic pains in the head, loss of appetite, palpitation of the heart, giddiness aim dimness of sight, utter inability of engaging in any thing that demanded vigor or courage, sickness of the stomach, impaired appetite, coldness and weakness ol the cxtremetics, emaciations, and extreme debility, disturbed rest, a sense of pressure and weight at the stomach after eating, great mental despondency, severe flying pains in the chest, back and side, costivehess, a dislike for society and conversation- , Mr. B- has made trial ol various medicines now before the public, but to nn effect, until, observing in a public paper some cures performed by Dr. Wm. Evans' C...

Publication Title: Huntingdon Journal
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 21 November 1838

!5r. J. M. ¥<JUi\Cr. aWEMWEt 1BJBOTIST, RESPECTFULLY informs the Ladies and Gentlemen of Huntingdon, and the public in general, that he has opened an office a few doors above Porter Wilson's cilice where he is prepared *o execute all operations in Dental Surgery, viz: Cleansing, Tiling, JPlnging, Extracting ant\ Inserting Teeth. Dn. YOUNG obligates himself to perform the above operations in the most approved manner, and at moderate charges, 'lie has on hand an ample supply of Incorruptible Tcelh. And other materials of the best quality. N, H. Ladies will be waited upon at tluiv residence, if requested, REFERENCES. J. HENDERSON, M. D. 1) . Hourz, M. D. J, M. GEMMII.L, M. D. KEV. S. WILSON, JUDGE ADAMS. J. H, MlLLBR, M. D. President of Washington Medical College. J. BUCKLES, M. D. 1 n ,.• A. J. SWARTSE, M. D. j Baltimore.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 21 November 1838

I Miraculous Escape of General Washington. I Major ferjiusort, who commanded a |rifle corps in advance of the huzzara under Kuyphausen, during some skirmishes a day or two previous to the battle nf nr.indywine, was the hero of a very sin-•rtilar incident, which be thus relates in a Idler to a friend. It illustrates, in a most forcible manner, the overruling hand ol Providence in directing a man's mind, in in motaents when he islcast of all aware of it. "We bad not lain long, when a rebel officer, remarkable by a huz./.ar tTress, pressed towards our army, within a liun-<l.ied ya-ids of my rijtht flank, not perceiving us. He was followed by another, dressed in a dark green and blue, mounted on a bay horse, with a remarkably high cocked hat. I ordered three good shots to steal near to them, and fire at them; but the idea disgusting me, I recalled the order. The huzzar, in returning, made a circuit, but the other passed within a hundred yards of us, upon which I advanced ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 21 November 1838

NOTHING REMARKABLE. "I rise, Sir, for information, ''1 said a very grave member of a legislative body, who then made no great figure iu Ihe business in which be was engaged, but lias since far outgrown in political importance both bis own and his neighbor's expectations. "I am very g'ad lo hear it," said a by-stander, 'for ?io man uants it more."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 21 November 1838

INTELLIGENCER & DEMOCRAT LECISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. 1 HE ensuing session of the Legislature of this Commonwealth, it is expected, will be one of more intense interest to the. people than any that has,preceded it. Not onl y Will it be the first session under a new organic law, untried, and in the estimation of many thousands, of doubtful untility, but it will be the first scsstonfof contested elections-—the first session to which the abused ballot-box will appeal fur redre* ss. Parties being nearly ballanccd, and each firm as the ev erlas'ing hills in support ofits peculiar tenets, their conllicts— the one battelling under the sacred paoplc of truth, for the best interest of the people—the other with dark banner of falsehood waving overit, contending for power and the attendant -'spoila ot victory,"—will attach an interest to the session which will render vehicles of con ect information in regard to the pro^cdings, of immense importance to the citizens of Pennsylvania . S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 21 November 1838

ADMINISTRATOR'S NOT'vB TAKE notice that letters of AdministrA tionon the Estate of John Gilleland latent Tell township Huntingdon co deed have been planted by the Register of Huntingdon Cc. to the undersigned, therefore, all persona indebted to said Estate, are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims against the same, are requested to present them properly authenticated for settlement, unto Wm. Orr, who is tXC thoriscd to settle the saiw.i MARY GILLELAND Administiatiix. Tell township, August 15 lh lSTS.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

TERMS ' OF THE HUNTINGDON JOTJF.WAL. The "Journal" will be published every Wednesday morning, at two dollars a year if paid IN ADVANCli, and if not paid within six months, two dollars and a half. lively person who obtains five subscriber; and forwards price of subscription, ••hall be firiushed with a sixth copy gratuitously for one year. N.t subscription received for a less period thin six months, nor any paper discontinued uitil arrearages are paid. All communications must be addressed to til - Editor, post paid, or they will not be Mitendcd to. . Advertismcnts not exceeding one square b ill be inserted three times for one dollar tor every subsequent insertion, 25 ficents per quure will be charged:—if no detnite orderd sre given as to the time an adverisment is to ae continued, it will be kept in tillordeed; tint, and charge accordingly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

SELECT TALE. From the Diary oj a Philaikl/ihia Latjyer. TiSE MiPKMEVE. "Audi Nulla unqmm de mortenomlnls cunctalin longaest." Juvenal. "When man's life is in debate, The judge can ne'er too long deliberate." Drydert, "AND may God have mercy on ycur soul!" There is an appalling and mournful I'eeling that comes over the bystander in a Court of Justice, when, after a period of intense interest and breathless attention from the crowded audience, (he judge concludes the sentence of death upon a fellow being who has incurred the hi ghest penalties of the law, with the quaint and simple supplication above. But at such a time, who, without the experience, can imagine the feelings ol a young man—(he counsel fur (he condemned, who si(s he side his client after every energy has been spettin vain, and beholds the final seal thus impressed upon (he destinies which had been confided to his care and protection. All that ingenuity, all that research, all that the midnight toil could accompl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

THE GARLAND- "With sweetest flowers enrich'd From various gardens cull'd arith care."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

Harrison and Liberty- In order to show the 'signe of the Time'] we copy the following lines from the Boston Atlas; Bring festive wreaths and rosy wine—Bring (lowers to gem the minstrel lyre—A nation's pledge at freedom's shrine Is breathing fiom its strings of fire; Bid music tones of gladness tell To the .vild winds o'er earth and sea; The song that every bosom swells, To "HARBISON and RIBERTY?" Strike! s!nke the festal harp of fame! Awake its triumph tones profi mid—The "guardian hero's" deathless name Shall in their magic, chorus sound And while her banner floats unfur'd, America the proud and free, Shall greet the echo through the woild, For "HARBISON and LIBERTY." When freedom from her starry sky Look'd down upon the battle's gloom, She saw the charms of conquest fly, And smile above the invader's plume;—The valiant warrior of the Thames Then led the brave to victory: Now with a country's proudest names, Hank "HAEIUSON and LIBERTY!" Joy let the floating signal fly, . ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

-*ffl9S£3S^ MM.'iRRISOjy COUJ\Tli. MEETMA'G. Pursuant to public notice, a large and respectable meeting was held in the court House at Huntingdon on Tuesday evening the 13th inst, lor the purpose of expressing their sentiments, upon the Presidential contest. 4*e. The meeting was organized by calling GEORGE HUDSON to the chair, and appointing John Stonebraker. J ihn Blair David 'limey, and Charlie Hilton, Vice Presidents; and R. L, Johnston, John 11. Stelf'er, and Jer. Cunningham Secretaries On motion a committee of twenty were appointed by (he President, to draft resolutions, expressing the pense of this meeting. The committee consisted of David Blair, Esq, John Brotherline James Morrow, Daniel Tague Peter Hewit, Miles Green, John Stever, K. L. Green, John Hyleman, John Steetzs, Samuel Haruish, Geo. Davis, Thompson Burge, [ J. H, Stonebraker Alex. M'Farlin, Alex. B. Vancleve James Clawson, Win. P. Orbison, C. Drum, Jas, E. Stewart. After retireiug for a short time; the commi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

THE JOURNAL. 'One country, one constitution, one destiny' l3uitftng«!on IVor. 38. I83SMPemocratic Mntimasonic CANDIDATE. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. WM.H. HARRISON I OH VICE PRESIDENT. DANIEL WEBSTER.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

Public Meeting. The charge has been often made, and reiterated, in this county, anil state, during the excitement; and ill leelings engendered, during the late election contest. That JOHN STONEDlRAKEk fen; was a perjured man,—and a person so entirely devoid of reputation, as to be unworthy of belief, and many other wicked and malicious slanders, which charges have been made b y men of reputed character, and worth. Notice is hereby Given. To all person's who feel in any respect interested in sustaining Mr.Stonebraker's character, and in telling the people of the state, that the citizens ot this conn ty have not become so degraded, as to permit the character of her wo thy citizens to be impeached with tmpunity-That. A MEETING will be held, at the house of John Stover Yellow Sprengs, on SATURDAY, DEC. 8th at 12 o'clock' for the express purpose of adopting some measures to secure Mi' Stonebraker from the effect of a continuation of lliese slanders. It is hrped that there w'll be a g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

Tits Pyramid. Our neighbor of the Gazette has given liis readers the political pyramid as emblamatical of the strength id" their party" We find the following excellent hit at the Pyramid, or at least one on the same principle credited to the Railway Herald . The only stone in (he whole structure which is not crumbling to decay, is Ohio . It is a most admirble symbol of the present shattered and tottering cotid'lion of their baseless fabric. • It will be observeil tliat wlule some ol the States retain nearly their old position, in Georgia, Michigan, and New York, there is hardly a stone left unturned. The Pyramid is emblamatical of Van Buren's fortunes.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

The Meeting- We are o'.liged to beg pardon of our readers, and ot the persons holding the meeting on Tuesday evening the 13th inst . By a most unfortunate neglect the proceedings were forgotten, until to late for publication last week. We give them a conspicuous place this week. They de serve a careful .perusal. The meeting was spirited and enthusi astic. The same ardent love for tho old Hero of the North Bend was evinced, which has ever characterized our citizens. t). Blair Esij. stated the purpose of the meeting in a few pertinent remarks. In the absence of the committee Mr. Candor of Lewis town, and Brotherline of Holliday sbtug, addressed the meeting with much force and effect, upon the causes and result of the late contest, and the prospects of the contest in 1840. The voice of Huntingdon County will be loud for Gen. W. H. Harrison, Delaware Election, has terminated in the defeat of the Whig Congressman. Our friends in that patriotic State, should read the fable ofthe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

"The Prospect" Our readers will find an interesting tide under the above head, addressed the Whigs of the State. It contains gi sound ami wholesome advice to every p lion of the Anti Van Buren partythey Whig, Anti Mason, or Conserve ti We commend it to the attentive peru of those "Whigsn who are now eudc oring to create, a division in the ranks the friends of order. A little wound ti made may destroy us. Harrison is choice ofthe people of Pennsylvania; -.< is 'he onl y man who can excite the ardt feelings an-.! energy of all classes. "//"' hi his communication, wiiht harshly censuring any for differing views with him, has shown that those V desire success over their common f more than the triumph of individual p lerences,should meet annul one alter.-with one voice, offer up one prayer for elcclioii of one man.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

Canada War. The following is from a letter in the Argus ol yesterday. OGDE*3BU»O,NOV, 12, 1838. "Early this morning, two schooners filled with 'patriots' csiiie down opposite this place—one grounded on the bar The U. 8. steamer also arrived some time in the night; she had it seems, taken some 80 or 70 passengers on board on her iffl down, who proved to be 'patriots,' secretly armed. After the Captain had left for his lodgings, they took possession «t the boat, and compelled the engineer, Mr. Taylor, and one ofthe pilots, Mr. Foster, to remain on board. They went out, and after a short time returned and called for ropes, to tow the schooner off the bar. Ropes were soon handed to them by some one, and after taking a considerable quantity of wood, she again went out. It made my blood boil to sec such outrageous violation of law, Without the least means of preventing it, and so many apparently glad le see it going on. As soon as the boat got on the British side, she was fired at...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

Tlicller and Dodge in i New York. . . ' We understand, from the New York Journal of Commerce of yesterday, that Messrs. Tbeller and Dodge, who lately escaped from imprisonment at Quebec,] are now in that city; also Dr. Wolfred Nelson, and the six other prisoners who were banished by the Canadian government to the Bermuda Isles. Add M'Ken-•/.ie to the number, and there are in New i'ork, ten of the most prominent actors in ' .he late rebellion. The New York Times, in alluding to their escape from Quebec, give* the following particulars: They were confined in a small room in the citadel, and from the supposed impossibility or their escape from this strong fortress, their friends were allowed free access to visit them. On one of these occasions, a tile, such as used for filing cannon, was furnished them with which they succeeded in cutting ii':r.'<Ugh the iron bars of their window, until a sufficient opening for their egress was made. Through this opening they uassed into...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

FL.ltt OF THE FEOPJLE! (K/ ~ A single term for the Presidenev, and he office (dminuttti-ed for the whole l'EOPLE. and not for a PAR I Y. fl/ - A sound, uniform and convenient National CURRENCY, adapted to the wants of tbe whole COUNTRY, instead of the SHIN PLAS1ERS brought about by cur present KHI.KRS. ify'BcoNOMr, RETRENCHMENT, and RF. FORM in the administration of public affairs, St7"Tired of Experiments and Experimenters, Republican gratitude will reward unobstrusive merit, by elevating the subaltern of WASHINGTON and the dosciple ol JEFFERSON, and thus resuming tbe safe and beaten track of our r\itbers,—I,. Gazette.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

Jfohn Stonebraker Sen. Previous to the late election, partly through the Instrumentality of some of our friends, and partl y from a conviction that the truth should be made known. Tne above, named individual was induced 'o relat-; certain transactions, which it was alleged had fallen under his knowledge relative toonc of the candidates for the Executive chair. Immediately upon its publication, the characted of Mr. Stonebraker was attacked ly the whole horde o f presses opposed to him, in the most wicked manner, and every epithet that degradation could imagine, aud ev ery falsehood that slander could invent were heaped upon him. Nor weie the presses alone. Individual men of supposed integrity, and morality, seized the baseless, and malicious inventions, and reitercatcd them, as though they were the coinage of truth, and handed upon some show of fact. Without a certain knowledge of any of the circumstances, they boldly pronounced Mr. Stonebraker, a perjured villian, and a ruth...

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