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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

The .Ycte Secretary. It will be seen that Governor Porter has rotated Francis R. Shunk, an old office-holder of former administrations, into the office of Secretary of the Commonwealth, Wc have no objection to Mr. Shunk.— lie is well calculated lo please that portion of the people belonging to that party. Long acquaintance and practice has rendered lum abumltantly capable to officiate : in the administration of the Stite Government. That he belongs to the rotation in office party, is clearly illustrated b y Ibis rotating from one office into a betterjThatlic can ever render himself as useful as Mr. lSurrowes, to the system ol Education, we are ii clined to doubt.— There arc few men in the State so eminently qualified for that station, as was Mr. l>urrrowes. Yet we ardently hope that Mi' Shunk will fulfil that part of his duty with honor to himself and benefit tu the svstcm.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

ITIE PRESIDENT OF THEREPLB LIC OF MEXICO TO THIS ARMY- Companions in Arms. ' Our country is in danger, and calls us to its defence. The Government of a powerful and distant na lion. Which perhaps only knows us from the .gold of our mines and the treasures which many of its subjects have acquired among us, nuw insults ns in every possible manner, and thinks it will civilize us, though commencing by our degradation. It seeks our friendship, to impose upon u= disgraceful conditions, by which alone we may be admitted to its amity; and because we have resisted nobl y and justly, it has waged war upon our coasts. Our moderation and magnanimity, our desire to pre serve peace, have been construed doubtless into imbecility and ttcapacity for sell defence. In short, we nave Leen mistaken for Jllgeruus; let us prove to l! cm that we are MUSICIANS. Va'ant Troops! Remember, that you ate the same who, without foreign aid, without military tactics, without chiefs, astonished the world by y...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

Execution ot IS. CoSctnaii. From tho New York Courier. On Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock • this wretched man paid the forfeit of his life, demanded by the laws, in expiation of the crime of murder, committed by him in the most atrocious manner, in the public streets in the open day, on the person of his wife. Throughout the thousands assembled about the Halls of Juslice, but only a few persons were admitted to witness the revolting ceremony. Up to the hour of his death, Coleman was in hopes that his punishment would be commuted,and his request the sheriff delayed the execution until alter the arrival ol the mail from Albany, as he; Coleman, expected to receive by that a reprieve, to obtain which, the abolitionists had put forward all their strength and influence. At S o'clock", as this did not arrive, he was dressed in the robes used for such occasions, and was conducted to the scaffold by the sheriff and his deputy Mr, Low mis, where, alter remaining a f.iw moments, appa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

SPAIN. 1 he news from spain is horrible. Cabrera, on entering Vilamalefa, the other day, brought out thegarrison consistin" of 55 soldiers, and shot them. Cabrera threatens to shoot every Liberal ol everv town he enters; and he no doubt, will do so. These continued massacres, bv the monster who represents Don Corfos in Arragon.are, we have no doubt, the result of cold calculation on his part, to produce terrr in the region through which he roams, and to excite troubles in the towns which not being able tu conqure, he hopes to subvertby producing anarch y and scdetion. The inevitable effect of this is to giveninU'i- in ihe great towns to the decidedly democratic party-. The acts of Cabrera cry shame on tivilized Europe, They do more than cry shame; they throw a share of their guilt on the countries, the inoiiiirchs, and tiie statesmen who support and tollerate, their monstrosity. The reign of terror appears to have commenced in Madrid. /

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

HYMENEAL. "The silken tie I hath in ds ttoo willing heu rtt.'' iflAHKIISD , tfTThuTsday, tlielrth inst. by the Rev. George Gray, MR. Jons AI'I'LEHY, of Dublin township, to ftliss Paste ii. A, daughter of Daniel Tague, of Cromwell township, Huntingdon county.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

OlIITUAUY. "?)» the mitlsi of life vie are in death." | 1MEI>\. On Sunday, the I2th inst. Mu. SAMUEL WATIKS, of Tell township, aged about 60. On Monday, the 13th inst. suddenly, MR. TFiLMAir MoCuinx, of Cromwell township, aged about 55.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

MONET FOUND THE undersigned found on the Canal below Alexandria, a part of a Pocket Book coii'.aining a sum of money. The owner can have it by proving property paying charges, on application to me, one mile below Alexandria. SfiMPLB FLEMING. A(rs. . 55, 1«M. ^* )

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

AiiMINISTHATOlVS NOllCR, TAKE notice that letters of Administration on the Estate of JosephjVVagner tatCjM Franklin tp. • Huntingdon cp. dt-e'd have be- , n gr nted by the Register of Huntingdon Cc to the undersigned, therefore, all pernor* indebted to said Estate, are requc&cd M make immediate payment, and those haying claimsagainst the snrne; are requested to present them properly autUeulicated for settlement, without delay. ELIZABETH WAGNER." ^ Adir'.niitratrix. J DAVID BLAIR-l Attorney. J

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

« TO RAG E FOU WARDP G COMMISSION ETTSXtfaSB-| -.:;-. ¦ii .-.-.-. - - LAUREL PORT \VH ARF.HOt'SB [B.M.OW Tilt WATERSTIiEET BAM} raihe subscriber has takenjthe wharf anili •¦"•''Warehouse formerly occupied by ). CUNNINGHAM KSQ. — 3—4 of a mile below Waterstreet, wlure he purposes continuing the above business, at the following moderate prices viz: CT». \Vharfd%c on Blooms per ton of 3240 lbs 55 Plaster •« «« Sr » " Pig Metal '.' '• 124 " Bar Iron •" JOOOlbsSri " If Stored 50 Weighing either of the above per ton 124. Storage un Md*e. per ton of 2000 lbi TS " Smaller (Juantitv 5C' .sper IPO lbs " Pish per Barrel H Salt " «* •' I'lnur •• 4 " Wheat per Utmhft 4 " Rye & Corn " 54 '« Oats " S Commissions as per ngrcemch*. ' N. B. All Knights to be paid'before th»" goods are removed. To a practical knnwlcdge"of the bu&inein; the subscriber is determined to add an unremitting assiduity; and every attention that is necessary to render a general tatistaetirn to all who may fa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

ADVER TISEMENTS EXCHANGE BANK AND MAPi.li GS IJ% STITUTIO.l No. 66 South 4th Street, Philadelphia. CAPITAL $250,000. Open daily for the transaction of business, from 9 A. M. to £ P. M. D.-poiitesof Money received, for which the following rate of Interest will be allow-M 1 year C per cent per annum. 6 niti's 6 " " " «• 3 •« 4 " • Oa Business Dcpnsitcs, to be drawn at the pleasure of the Depositor, no interest will be allowed. The current Notes of Solvent B*nk», in every part of the United States, will be received as Special Deposites, on such terms as may be agreed on in each par-Skular case. Bv OBDER ft THE BoAHD. J- DESSAA, Cashier. Philadelphia Dec. 19, 1838.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

ST© VS. " The Subscriber respectfully informs the public, that he has on hand a general assortment of COOK, COAL; NINE PLATE STOVES Also Stove Pipe and Tin Ware, which be will sell wholesale and retail, at his •hop. sa&ssaa Btnv&tsa, IK V St IT U IT (Q ID® ST-(opposite C. Couts Tavern) He hopes by eareful and strict attention to his busines, ?o give satisfaction to al! to favor him with his patronage, WILLIAM B. ZIGLER. Huntingdon October 16 1838.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

THllASHING MACHINES. TRAUB and LONG does continue to •arry on the business at their shop in Hun tingdon where Farmers can be accommodated ,* where John Switzer is their agent to transact all business for them. STRAUB&LONO. N. B. John Switzer is author!sod to collect all money due, A. B. and G. H. Long, desirous of Retting their business to a close, customers will please to pay as soon as possible. A. B. & G. H. LONG Huntindop Nov. 2, 1838—p

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

NEW FIRM. dP* 0* HATTING BUSINESS, AND FUR STORE. T)\VID SNYDER & SON respect-*-*fully inform their friends and the pub He generally, that they have JUST RECEIVED A New 4r Handsome assortmen of articles in their line of business Which they offer to the public CHEAP, for cash or country produce, consisting of the following articles, viz:— Best quality of Otter Caps, latest fashion, Common - do. City made Hats of the latest fashion, and also of their own manufacture, Women's a. ,d Men's Pur Gloves, Collars and Tippets for Ladies. Country Merchants will be supplied with HATS oi their own manufacture on a reasonable credit, ami at as low a price as they eon be purchased in Philadelphia. DAVID SNYDER 8c SON. Huntingdon, Nov. 28, 1838.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

TAN EBY, vlT PRIVATE SALE. The subscriber offers for sale his Farm & TamMg£^ Ctuated in McConnellstown, Hunt'ngdon a ounty, only 5 miles from the Canal Basin t Huntingdon. THE TANNERY, Is situated by the side of a never iailin stream of water and trom which the yard i supplied by the means of a wheel. Th Shop is 30 feet by 60, and is a substantia Frame building. There is a superior Bark Mill in the second story, which delivers the ground Bark on to the first floor. There is also every other convenience that can be needed. Connected with the Tannery is also, a tract of good Timber Land, from which a sufficient supply of bark can ways be obtained. THE FARM LAND, and Buildings connected therewith are of the best kind, being 15 Acres ot Limestone Land, mostly cleared and uoder good fence. The Buildings are situated on two town Lots,1 consisting of • Three Story Stone House, liffik well calculated for a store or tavern, and a small Bank Barn. On the same lot with the' Tannery, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

TO THE PUBLIC. DR. EVANS' PILLS. <rfStfrjBauBatt!nra «&sa ©©mas 4*by 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 nervousness, by which he was not able to write bis name—his symtoms were, eruscation, 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 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 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 cures performed by Dr. Wm....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

TO THE PUBLIC * I, Michael Brode, of the county o Huntingdon, Pa., do certify, that I was for 12 years afflicted with d yspepsia, and in that time applied to several physicians, one ot whom decidedl y the most distin guished in Westmoreland co, pronounced my case entirely out of the reach ol medicine-For the last six years previous to the 15th day ol June, 1838.1 was not able to do a single day's work, and the digestive powers of my stomach were so comp'ete-Iy prostrated, that in many instances I vomited my victuals in 20 hours after ihavin* eaten them, on which not the least 'sign of digestion appeared. On the 4th of June last, I set out for the purpose of procuring a certificate trom Dr. Wm. Richard of Trough Creek Hunt.,county, to exempt me from a tine for the non-performance of military duty on the regular days of training in May last, and it was with the utmost difficulty that I reached the residence of the Doctor, having been obliged to lay down by the road-side three times ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

Dr. J . M, YOUNG. SUMM&QH 2>rai*]IOT» 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 Fjental Surgery, vis: Cleansing, Filing, Pluiring, Extracting and Inserting Teeth. .tP'i YOUNC obligates himself to perform tne above operations in the most approved manner , and at moderate charges. He has on bar l(i an aDnple supply of Incorruptible Teeth. And other materials of the best quality. N, B. Ladies will be waited upon at their residence, if requested. REFERENCES. J. HENDERSON, M. D. I), Houxz, M. D. J, M. GEMHII.L, M. D. REV. S. WILSON, JUDGE ADAMS. J. H, MILLER, M. D. President of Washington Medical College. J. BUCKLER, M. D. lB.i(imn» A. J. SWARTIE, M. D. jrB »'<"«">"i ' BILLS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION PRINTED IN STYLE AT THIS OFFICE.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

WRO SPECT US. OK THE ¦ARRISBURG CHRONICLE. There being nothing which so much enhances the value ot a public journal as early and faithful news, the editor and proprietor of the Harrisburg Chronicle has made such arrangements, as will not fail to make his paper equal, if not superior to any other in the place, during the ensuing year, in this particular. The sessions ol the State Legislature the coming session, promise to be unusuall y intsresting. The policy ot the new State administration, must excite curiosity in the minds of all such as take any part in the politics of the day, inasmuch as the friends of the new Governor have found much fault with the administration of Joseph Ritner, though one of the best Governors Pendsylvania ever liadj and it remains to be seen from what this winter will develope, whether the people have made a wise change. Besides the interest [which the policy of the new administration will give rise to, the duties of this winter's Legislature will be s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

To Markesmen. THOMAS DOUGLASS. titou SkmUfy* ' Respectfully informs his friends, and the public generally, that he still continues the above businnss in M'CONNrZLLSTOWN. And is prepared to manufacture all kind of guns or pistols, or to make any necessas ry repairs upon any article of the kind. If careful attention will mer.t success, he hopes to secure the patronage of the sharp shooters of this county. Any orders left with Isaac Davis will be punctually attended to, Huntingdon November 21, 1838.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

MEW ESTABLISHMENT. Tay lor ing. ISAAC V. CULIN. RESPECTFULLY informs the public tha he has recently opened a shop 8c commencedjthe above business, in the shop formerly occupied by T Kingwhere he is prepared tn excute all manner of work in his business in the most neat, substantial, and fashionable manner. He hones by close application to business, ami a desire to please, to merit, a liberal share of public patronage. All kind of country produce will be taken in exchange for work done. fly-The latest fashions from Philadelphia and New York, are received quarterly. Wanted an apprentice at the above es tahlishment, one from the country would be prefered.

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