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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 October 1838

OFFSCU1Z, RETURN'S For Member of Congress- Counties Irviu. Potter Huctingdon, ret'dbyM'Divit3766 2601 Huntingdon rtt'd by Chaney, 2870 2J7I) Centre 14-90 2sr& MilUin 10.12 1254 9153 9087 soar Irvius Majority 71 We give above a correct copy of the official returns for Congress. There arctwo returns for i/untingdon County which were both received, and of course must be counted. 1'he law says there turn judges must count up all the returns received, and the one having the greatest number ol votes is elected. Oar readers will see that b y adding up all ihe returns, Irviu has a majority. The judges did uoi idd up the votes according to law—and we oluuld thiak that probably, by toe sbovr returns Mr. Irvin was the congressman. In the returns for Centre Count ) the copy leads, "twenty fif, ttvettty two" —now twenty five aud seventy two is on. ly ninety sever.—if that is ali the volts Potter got in Centre, Irvin is elected. Hi, however, have imagined that they meant twenty li...

Publication Title: Huntingdon Journal
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 October 1838

Tlie ivfi'seuui. Our.readerswiil find in our advertising columns the contents of Littell's Museum for October, Littell's Museum is one of the oldest and most valuable Periodicals in eurcoUIJtry, being in fact the spirit of all the I'or-Ji gn Reviews and Magazines, We are ndebted to it inrthc interesting tale commenced this week "The Duel". Our readers ui. - .y now, sinre the'leerun i; overlook for a continuation of intcrestingand valuable selection of M'.icellaucctis, and Ztaipestic matter. We have been waiting long and nniiou.'.ly, lu see il we could no; obtain something like official accounts of the elec. ion, we have finall y g iven up in despair fV'e hope by next week, to have ill tn complete. The "Reporter'"A Van liu ren primal Harrfchurgsays Porter's majority will be about 8,000. /'e do not generally believe what it says, but we will give currency to the report. II .would appear from reports that the friends of Ritner have a majority in (he lower house. We. shall have ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 October 1838

^mui Mfuw^f ' OF1 PQREILijY LITERA V URE SC W~ \'C S, AND ART Is published every month by - £. T^tle & t-e., 212 Chesnut Street, r'.uladelij'niii St six dollars a year, payable „. advance, bistaut subscribers are IWaested t . remit a $5 Hale on account. With the yen- 1338 begins the Fourth Vol umeot a NewSj -nes, complete sets ofwh.ch can be furnished at Two bollarsaw a half bound. 1 he New Berles is begun because we arc ro longer B'J)C to supply orders lei complete sets of I\\u (J!,|. CO STB y T9 OF ~ fH IS OCTO B £R NUMBER, I French, MnvU Rpmarices! Life 1 f Chef Jusuce Cokei Vrtlmke'sPnliu'cl Economvj Clno.i, ilb,tat.-..„-l prosneOi C ,., . , ' . » , !.-., Cave:P . „„ ,1 M,„ V „-, ,„' ;;. . f »i» ..Iilncs, I'he .9.r.niuim. »nd tn 1 Pwoii by KhZibetli ii.u.-H; FhOUKht . Uxes; Lile,of Jolin J flf, lirst Chief .1,- , ¦¦ ,1 the Hailed Stales; American b <-..... Wavlsatmnby f>eaiUioiv-pj'iiileut.e ol the ElH.of Uiithan.; Fmdor. tiirhii, the Miv•: ; Oliver lwist...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 October 1838

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 October 1838

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 October 1838

P^sr.^C) fisA&g. of Land Pursuant to tho l.t-.t ivi'l -:i-l testament of A'icholas Elewii late of west 'own. ..ii\ tlec'd the subscribers cx'ra nfsaid estate will sell, at public sale, on premises, the I ,c re. ulence of ihe d ' on ¦ •'ntkv Oo> tobcrltiat II o'clock A ''•1 i ¦ - • • traci ifinml sjfuato Iftt ^Z^LIZL jni dug la(t«rS of ihe lie 1 ' ioSvTfl .. jacflliatril Q'-or^rja Srui ¦ ¦¦- .¦¦ R-sed Esq. and others., containiii;... ¦ ¦: ^^O M1 . :•:« Xlioii.' SiflO mres cleariil, i' ¦-. 11 •;• ¦ ¦• ' A TWO STOli rHOUafi J>- Slciik Barn ¦ in.I nthi-i- out bulletin ' s ; - - t ¦¦ r OUCHARD thereon and ... j»l ;,.<• ,," cleared me:<l:. ¦/¦ Gro'.wd —Also The onilivi Ii I ; nfr. m ¦ situate in fiarree i;> nsh p ai • land ol' \r Orbison Esq. L Stn/fey 1 niiti^ • ^'; and othr . ¦¦ ,, :i.. ni v, ..;,OJ» Z'""> acres lOOACRKSl i.t:.\;;. ( ed a lv 1 in ! • / \L 'U house and ba \ - Now in Ihe tenure of ¦' • .. tend nee \* ill bo given and - m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 October 1838

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 October 1838

THE JOURNAL "~""r ¦ ' ' '¦ ' ' ' ' - r15 ^ ' Out country, one tontlttutlan, one cr><finy, Htinliugdosi Oct, 1.7 I 838. \ 1 •T B ! n Mfemocratic JinlimanonZt cAfVDIif ATISS. FOR PRESIDENT. seruu.iiu 5a?. satrffiton OP OHIO. tOR rlCE PRESIDENT. jrvnnctis Cfranfler, OF NEW TOBK. I ' ' •¦¦' 3 »-¦ m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 October 1838

'' Thsaliken tielhut bind* two wilting Aeavti." ja ' AiiuiEK fn Henderson township, by Rev. J, Peebles, f:Jr. ,/onrr STRONG 0;' this b..rrough, to .Miss KLEASOH B. STI.ELK 01 Mifflin county)

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 October 1838

DIED. In tliis Borough on Tuesday the ?*ilii of September, alter a severe illness, Mi-JAMB * MCMUUTKIB, aged 4Syears. O.i Monday, 8th October, Sir! JOSEPH Ross, formerly of iVewtrin Hamilton. Aged i6 y- srs. O.i Saturday, 13t:i insf, Mrs. FIUICLY wife ol Samuel Friedhn

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 October 1838

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 October 1838

/- I-" 'ie ': •: '... ;»-:.:.-:v. Thp ¦¦ ;! 1 ai n y I ha :wii I that a C m-t oi Ovi ;• . iid 1'ei ii r v' n Picas 1 Quai ;,-•. will be ,.. d .. '•'- '" '' .-,,... 1 . ¦ . . . don on t: il id v and 12th n \ Novemb er i.ext, .... .;. tli « .. 1 ill nv, . .' ¦.-' 4 o-t the s...; prlssners, —. tr.cn md theret|fl 1.. ^ nut ¦ 1 . m 15 it B'UI ' . a liist, nn I tV. it :•.!! J11, - - -N u.' - ,. p ¦,, - c. r •'¦ I o#i1 1 il 5 witiiirl th-: ;.i/ u u - \ be then and tbere tu ... iit ren o'clock i.. (lie I'-. - ;' ..' ,i d.iv, ivjtli thfii recqy h piquisitinnt, -¦ ¦ . n in ni ..nil remembrancini, to do th .e 1 . * to ..liich thc'.l Ri ..:-..... i . I ¦ Dated -1 Union . .) th- . ¦ ,- ¦ In ihe year of our Lord 0 r..--. nil s-hr hundred and t ¦ . •¦¦< > -. i;-,- . snd the 62nd yc .. . t Va\ sri' 11 In ' p<.: ¦ . e JOSEPH HiCGINS, Sh'ff. i\\vr\fPi office, HnniiinsO dou, October. 2>i, 1333 )

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 October 1838

Ol.'ES COUNTRY MISCELLANEOUS. UV lUl'Ot STOUY. When ^c •"."tollect whatha*been, what is, how is it possible not to feel a proud sen»e ol the responsibilities ol this Republic to all lutnre ages! What vast mo. lives press upoo »s for lofty effort' What brilliant prospects invite our enthusiasm! What solemn warnings at once demand Q»v vigilance, and moderate our confidence. The old world had already revealed to us, in its unsealed books, the beginning and end of all its marvellous struggles in the cau«e of libeity. Greece! Movcl y Greece.' the land of scholars and the nurse of arms, where sister republics, in fair procession, chanted the tile, praise of libeity ami the good: where is she? Her arts arc no more. The lust-sad relics t,f her temples are but the barracks ofa ruthless soldiery; the fragments of her columns and p.ilaces are in the dust, yet beautifaj in ruins/ She fell not when the mighty were upon her. Her sons were united at Thrrmopilae and Marethon, and lbs tide...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 October 1838

Curing Beer and Pork. A writer in the Farmers' Cabinet, gives a receipt for curing Beef and Pork, which from several years expeiience, has satisfied him of its excellence; For Beef— 300 pounds. 12 pounds /Liverpool salt, 8 gallons water, (pure and soft,) 1 pound brown sugar, 4 ounces saltpetre, 1 quart ley, These ingredients are tobe mixed with the water cold; well stirred and skimmed and put on the beef cold—no fire being used in tho prccess. Pack your beef in the cask, and between each piece sprinkle a little fine salt; then pour over the pickle, and let it stand until salted to your taste; usuall y about four weeks are sufficient. The same receipt answers for pork using 15 pounds of salt instead of twelve. I have never failed of having the choicest hams by pursuing this method. Both beef and pork should be rubbed with salt, and laid on shelves long enough to become perfectly cool, previous to being consigned to the pickle tub. The following is our mode of curing, as well ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 October 1838

Dr. J. M. YOtlNCr. 3nra<e»« rainnnnr> 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 office where he is prepared to execute all operations in Dental Surgery, vix: Cleansing, Filing, I'luging, Extracting ami Inserting Teeth. DR. YOUNG obligates himself to perform the above operations in the mos'. approved manner, and at moderate charges. He has on hand an ample supply of Incorruptible Teeth. And other materials of the best quality. N, M. Ladies will be waited upon at their residence, if requested. REFERENCES. J. HENDERSON, M. D. U. HOUTZ, M. D. J, M. GKMMILL, M. D. REV. S. WILSON, JUDUE ADAMS. J. H, MILLER, M. D. President of Washington Medical College. k "" swL ' RR ^ ,M.D. {Baltimore, SSli* wfe IPrr&$* For sale at this Office.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 October 1838

TO THE PUBLIC. DIt. EVANS* PILLS. ff sroasas'ijfasjo a&sa anjaa© «kby Dr. Wm. Evans' Camomile Tonic ami Family Aperient 'Pills.—llenjamin Brown, corner of Shippen and Geonte streets Philadelphia, was affected for seven years with extreme nervousness, by which he Was not. able to write his name—his synitoros were, cruscation, daily spasmodic pains in the head, loss of appetite, palpitation of the heart, giddiness ana dimness of sight, utter inability of engaging in any .thing that demanded vigor or courage, sickness of the Stomach, impaired, appetite, coldness and weakness ot the extremeties, 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, costiveness, a dislike fur society and conversation, Mr. B. has made trial of various medicines now before the public, but tn no effect, until, observing in a public paper some cures performed b y Dr. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 October 1838

MORRISON'S PILLS. £. F3NSTBR, General agent for Pennsylvania, Maryland Deleware &c, No, 7 J south seventh street, 3 dooors below Market street Philadelphia, and No. 10 North street, Baltimore, near the Post office. ealth secured by the use of the hygenian Vegetable Universal Medicines of the British College of Health, London WHICH *ve obtained the Approbation and Recoivn Nidation of Thousands who have been sut ;d in Consumption, Cholera Morbus, n tarnations internally or externally and all diseases of the Liver, Yellow Fever, Gout, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Tic Dolcrux, Dropscy, St. Vitusu's Dance, Epilepsy, Appoplexy, Palsey, Green Sickness, and all obstructions to which the Female form is so distressingly liable/and which sen somany o the fairest portion of creation to their unthnely graves; Small Pox, Measels, Whooping Caugh, Scarlet Fever, Asthma, Jaundice, Gravel, Stone, and all Urinary Obstructions, Fistula, Piles, Strictures, Ruptures, and Siphilisin all its stages, Cons...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 October 1838

GUN SMITHING. WANTED.—An apprentice to the abort business is wanted by the subscriber, between l*and 16 years of age. A goon chance will be given to an indnstrious bov, of good habits by application to me, in McConnelstown Huntingdon county, THOMAS DOUGLASS. September 18, 1838.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 October 1838

"IS HE RICH!" Many a sigh is heaved—mauy a heart is broken—manj a life is rendered miserable, by the terrible infatuation which parents often manifest in choosing a tile companion for thsir daughters. How is it possible for happiness to result from the union of two principles so diametrically opposed to each other in every point na virtue is to Vice? And yet how olten is wealth considered abetter recommendation to a youag man than virtue I How often is the first question which is asked respecting the suitor ofa daughter, this: " is he rich!" Is he rich? Yes! he abounds in w.alth; but does that afford r-ny evidence that he wdl make a kind and affectionate husband! Is In rich? Yes! "his clothing is purple f.nd fine linen; and he fares sumptuousl y every day;" but can you infer from this that he is virtuous}* , Ii he rich? Yes! he has theusands floating on svery ocean, but do not riches sometimes "taVte to themselves wings and llyawaj:" -vill you consent that your daughter shal...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 October 1838

Ill—ll ! ¦ !¦!¦¦! ¦¦¦ I ¦,!¦ Ill I l-lllli Sim AGRICULTURAL. Boos: FATIMING.—Show ma a thrifty, practical and experimental farmer, and I will show you a man who reads works on Agriculture, or who borrows his hints from a neighbor that takes an agricultural paper. Show me a farmer whose fences are going to decay—whose hall-starved cattle are strolling over a brush field — and 1 will show you a man, who, if lie is not a retrogade, ta*ts too little intsrest in agriculture to patronise an agricultural paper. Farmir's Afanud. CBLTIVATE—CUITIVATE—During the past year the attention of the community has been greatly diverted Irom the tillage of the earth. During the year produce became remarkably high, and even now prices are by no means so moderate as to render the labors of the farmer or gardener of light account. It is seldom indeed that owket produce does not comjnarida fair price, and yet there are within the distance of a few miles from this city, hundreds of acres that arc not ve...

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