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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 5 December 1838

TO THE PUBLIC. DR. EVANS' PILLS. Tfr SIl t?aa£3l3l ir3!fl(3 (9&SS3 Gi^SSarD 4kby Dr, Wm. Evans' Camomile 'Tonic imd Family Aperient Pills.—Benjamin Brown, corner ot Shippen and George streets Philadelphia, was affected for seven years with extreme nervousness, by which he was not able to write his name—his symtoms were, erusciiliori, daily spasmodic pains in the head, loss of appetite, palpitation of the heart, giddiness mid 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 extreme-ties, 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, costivenesf, a dislike for society and conversation, Mr. B> has made trial"ot various medicines now before the public, but to no effect, until, observing in a public paper some cure...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 5 December 1838

NEW ESTABLISHMENT. Tayloring. ISAAC V. CUI ^ IN. RESPECTFULLY informs the public tha he hai recently opened n shop & commenced[the above business, in the shop formerly occupied by T Kingwhere he is prepared-to oxcute.all manner of work in his business in the most neat, substantial, and fashionable manner. He hones by close application to business, and a desire to please, to mer'ttj, a liberal share of public patronage. AH kind of e:>unU'y produce will be taken in exchange for work done. QyThe latest fashions from Philadelphia and New York, are received quarterly. Wanted an apprentice at the above es tablishment, one fron) the '-cur.try would be prefered.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 5 December 1838

tffiSFSSSi Dr. J. ITS. YOUftO. ^m<&m©ii BEOTI ST* RESPECTFULLY informs the Ladies and Gentlemen of Huntingdon, and the public ui general, that he has opened an office n few doors above Porter Wilson's office Where he it prepared 'o execute all operations in Dental Surgery, viz: Cleansing, Filing, Pinging, Extracting and Inserting Teeth. DR. YOUNG obligates himself to perform the above operations in the most approved manner, aiid at moderate charges. He haa on hand an ample supply of fncorruptiMc Teeth. And other materials of the best quality. N, B. Ladies will be waited upon at their residence, if requested. REFERENCES. J. HKNDKRSON, M. D. 1). Hourz, M. D. J, M. GKMMILL, M. D. REV. S. W ILSOM, JunOK ADAMS. J. H, MILI.KK, M. D. President of Washington Medical College. J. BUCKLER, M. D. } Ba i,imore . A.J. SWARTZE, M. D. j

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 5 December 1838

New Goods. A splendid stock of New Goods, just receivecf and for sale cheap by the subscriber the publiclare invitod to call sud examiner or themseves - ' T. READ. May, 10. 18tfi.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 5 December 1838

Bxecutor's Notice £\ LL persons indebted to the Estate of Msm&smiiel Tetrtplpton latib of Tyrone township, Huntingdon County deceased, are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims against said Estate are requested lo present them properly authenticated for payment at their residence in Tyrone towhship. JAME5 THOMPSON Esq. JAMES TEMFLETON, Executors. November, Uth, 1OT8.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 5 December 1838

ADMINISTRATOR'S ^uiticjr * £\ aa persons indebted to the Estate of tnJkJames Irvine, late of West township in the County of Huntingdon dee'd, are requested to makepayinent without delay, and all persons having claims against said estate, are requested to present them to the undersigned residing in West Township aforesaid, properly authenticated for settlement. CHRISTOPHER IRVINE, DAVID IRVINE, Administrators November, 10th. 183S. p.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

TERMS OF THE STTNTINaDON J0T7RXTAL. ' The "Journal" will be published every (Wednesday morning, at two dollars a year if bald IN ADVANCE, and if not paid within six months, two dollars and a half. I lively person who obtains five subscribers and forwards price ot subscription, shall be firmshed with a sixth copy gratuitously for one year. Ma subscription received tor a less period than six months, nor any paperdiscontinued until arrearages are paid. All communications must be nddresscd to the Editor, post paid, or they will not be intended to. Advertisments not exceeding one square tail be inserted three times for one. dollar for every subsequent insertion, 25 ficents per s juarc will be charged:—if nodetniteorderd sre given as to the time an adverisment is to ae continued, it will be. kept in tillordeedj but, and charge accordingly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

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

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

THE LAST JOURNEY. Slowly, with measured tread, Onward we bear the dead To his long home: Short grows the homeward road, On which your mortal load, O, grave! we come. Yet, yet—ah! hasten not Bear not the form we love Fast from our sight—Let the air breath on him, And the sun beam on him. Last looks of light. Rest ye, set down the bier, One he loved dwellcth here. Let the dead lie, A moment that door beside Wont to fly open wide Ere he drew nigh. Hearken!—lie spcaketh yet—Oh friend! wilt thou forget, (Friend more than brother!) How hand in hand we've gone, Heart with heart linked in one—All to each other? "Oh, friend! I go from thee, Where the worm fasteth free, Darkly to dwell; Oiv'st thou no parting kiss? Friend! is it come to this? Oil, friend, farewell!" Uplift your load again, Take up the mourning strain! Pour the deep wail! Lo! the expected one To his place lie passeth on-Grave ! bid him hail. Here dwells his mortal foe . Lay the departed low, Even at his gate. Will th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

MISCELLANEOUS. EtSTEEEE; OR, "A REFORHBD BAKE MAKES THE BEST HUSBAND," ILLUSTRATED. "Well sister," saidEstelle, on the mor. ning ol her wedding day, "in a few hours I shall be wedded to Morris. I am going to try the fearful experiment, as you are pleased to call it. If he proves to be a good husband, I shall have the satisfaction of triumphing over you; it he docs not, my sad history will then serve as a beacon-light to warn others, not to shipwreck their happiness in the same manner; so y ou see I shall do my fair friends a service in this way, if no other. Louise sighed as she saw her bri ght and happy sister so unconsciously sacrificing herself / but she only remarked that a few years would decide the question. In a few weeks Morris and his wife were settled in New York. For two years all was well with Estelle. Morris was apparently a reformed man, and even Louise began to think that her fear3 would not be realized. His evenings were spent in the society of his wife, and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

PEMN'A. LEGISLATURE From the liar. Intellgencer. Extra. Dec. 5 HOUSE OF ItEM*ItESE,YT.fTJfES. Yesterday was a day of intense excitement and witnessed scenes truly disgraceful to the Commonwealth. We shall attempt a faithful sketch. At an early hour the Representative Hall [was crowded with members elect and spectators to the number of several hundred. It Was manifest that scenes new in our history would be enacted.—. Philadelphia county seemed to have furnished a goodly number of actors for the occasion, and sent them to Hanisburg. But our friends, the Democrats, like their fathers of old at the Boston tea-party, behaved with admirable coolness and firm ness, determined to "ask nothing but what is clearly right, and submit to notlv ing wrong," It was given out that at eleven A. M\, the House would convene. A few moments before the hour, Mr. Hill, of Westmoreland, a Loco Foco, made a few remarks of a mild character, insisting on the spectators in the gallery to preserve order...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

From Blackwood's Magazine. Michwid, in' his description of an Egyptian funeral procession, which he met on his way to the cementary of Rosetta, says—"The procession we saw pass, stopped before certain houses, and sometimes receded a few steps. I was told that the dead stopped thus before the doors of their friends, to bid them n last farewell, and before those of their enemies to effect a reconciliation before they parted forever."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

JKJW%Y JIJMf THE marca. In some of the country parts of Scotland, a custom prevails of young men giving their watches in trust to young woman for whom they have declared thei r attachment. The watch is kept and carried in the bosom of their fair one, until the anxious couple are united in the bands of wedlock, when, as a matter ot course, the pledge of sincerity is delivered up to its original owner. This is imagined by country lasses to be an indefinitel y better plan for securing the fidelity of a sweet-heart, than that of breaking a sixpence. A watch is a valuable and lug! ly prized article. It is worth at least a couple of pounds; and the loss of that sum by an individual in a humble condition of life, is a very serious matter. Still, we believe there arc cases in which the proposed matchis abandoned forever; though doubtless this is only in cases of great fickleness, or when weighty reasons for desertion intervene. 1 he following laughable incident regarding a watch so ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

To the People oi tlic Com. monneallli of'Pennsylvania. From the liar. Telegraph.—Extra. Dec.G FELLOW CITIZENS: The undersigned Senators of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, duly elected, returned, and qualified according to the Constitution and Laws, and composing a majority of that body, feel called upoufby the novel and dangerous circumstance' s! which have attended the meeting of the! Legislature, to lay before the people of the State a brief account of the occurrences at the Seat of Government , on the 4th of December, 1838, in order that thev may clearly understand the position in which their representatives are now placed by an illegal and insurrectionary assemblage of persons at present in the borough ol Ilarrisburg. On the fourth day i)l December, 1838, being the day fixed by the Constitution for the meeting of the General Asseinblv, the Senate, and n number of gentlemen elected to fill the places of Senators whose terms of service had expired, and others chosen to s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

The Sen.iv> driven Irons its ^lall. The Senate of Pen.;,sYlvania has for the FIRST TIME been dn 'vcn from its Hall, because they have dared (o support the Constitution and Laws of . the State. It has been diiven from its Hal ' .1 Dy a mob sent from Philadel phia county, a "^ headed by an officer of the General C 1overn" ment! What think the people? J°id. To-day. The mob last evening adjourned to meet in the Senate room to-day at nine o'clock. The Senate had appointed !<» meet at ten. Whether the proceedings will again be inlerupted, remains to be seen. If so, forbearance will soon cease to be a virtue. Ibid.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

The cry lor Blood. Some months since a cry for BLOOD was raised in Philadelphia county. The cry is raised again, yesterday evening in t'.ie Senate Hall, it was proclaimed by the rioters that the blood of Mr. Penrose, Mr. Stevens and Mr. Burrowes should be shed. This we distinctl y heard. We give i* the people to ponder upon. Ibid-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

Liberty. I he sacred name of LIUKKTY never was more profaned than b y the outrages of yesterday, which were perpetrated in her name! Liberty! Is that [liberty which declares all law at an end? which proclaims the government dissolved, and calls for the MURDER of the Senators? which would make Pennsylvania a vale of sorrow, and desolate her with a useless war—a revolution—for no earthly good? We ask the people—is that Lib ei'b'! Ibid. MENT. Can the people of Pennsylvania calmly look upon this open and hi gh handed treuson? Will you not rise up in defence of your violated Constitution—your insulted laws—your confederated freedom, trampled under foot by a HIRELING MOB armed for TREASON, and led on by m OFFICER OF THE GENERAL GOVERNMENT, UNDER PAY. Let the people rally to protect their freedom, and their ri ghts. Let them rally to sustain the laws. Let them come to the rescue of their country, and their institutions, from the violence and outrage of tyrants and revolutionists, w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

"We arc in tbe midst ofa Revolution." Phis was the expression of one of the Philadelphia county orators, yesterday afternoon. It was evident that the speaker wished to urge his friends on to a revolution; but the people, we trust, arc not yet prepared for it: If it were necessary to secure the rights of the people—or any portion of them — we should be the last to say nay But it is not. And for what is it wished? For what purpose are we called upon to en gage in bloodshed and carnage, by a mob speaker, after that mob has driven our Senate from its hall;- for what purpose are we called upon to drench this failland in blood, render houseless and homeless hundreds of orphans, and dilute the blood thus shed with the (ea.is of the widows thus created? Foi what purpoe? we ask. We will tell you, reader. To satisfy the restless spirits of Philadelphia county, who have come on here to intimidate byforce of arms the government of a Commonwealth claiming to be free!! Will it be done? Wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

The Progress of Outrage Jf Treason. On Stinday "evening last there arrived here, in the Philadel phia Cars, about one hundred and fifty purchased TRAINED BULLIES frein the county of Philadelphia, whose numbers were augmented by an equal or greater number mi Monday night. This hired mob commenced their incipient acts of Treason by threats, n enaces, &c, against the Secretary of the Commonwealth, Messrs. Stevens, Penrose, and other members, who would attempt to exclude the Loco Focoes from the county from seats in the House and Senate. On Tuesday morning, their numbers by importation, had increased to several hundred desperate men, who took early possesion of the Hull of the Hou e, to carry out their object, and trample upon the laws b y intimidation and violence, t'he operations were first directed against the House. In the afternoon they took pos sesion ol the Senate before the hour, in a dense St {impenetrable crowd, and interrupted the proceedings b y hisses, stamp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

THE JOURNAL.. 'One country, one constitution, one destiny' Bliir.tingdon Pec. 13. 1838. Itcmocratic iMntimasonic CAIVBIttATES. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN, WM.H, HARRISON FUU VICE PRESIDENT. DANIEL WEBSTER.

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