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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 October 1838

TERMS OF THE fiUNTINCrDOri JOURNAL. The "Journal" will be published every Wednesday morning, at two dollars a year if paid IN ADVANCE, and if not paid within six months, two dollars and a half. Bveiy person who obtains five subscribers :an.l forwards price ot subscription, shall be f mushed with a sixth copy grauutiously tot o:ie vear. N,is inscription received tor 0 less period than six months, nor any paper discontinued until arrearages are paid. All commuhications must be addressed tc thurrVlitur, post paid, or they will not be vvitended to. Advertismer.ts not exceeding one squar' ball be inserted three times for one dollar fo every subsequent insertion, 25 ficenis pe square will be charged:—if no dctnite order are given as to th;- time an adverinfnent is t e continued, it will be kept In till ordeed ouf, and charge accordingly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 October 1838

1FL.1G OP THE PEOPLE •J./" A single term for the Presidency, and the office administered for the whole PEOPLE, and not for a PARTY, it/" A sound, uniform and convenient National CURRENCY, adopted to the wants of the whole Country, instead of the SHINPLASTERS brought about by our present rulers. ({/"ECONOMY, UKTRETICIIMENT and REFORM in the administration of public affairs; (7"Tired of Experiments and Experinienters, Republican gratitude will reward unobstrusive merit, by elevating the lubaltern of WASHINGTON and the disciple ot JKFFKIISON, and thus resuming the safe, and beaten track of our Fathers.—/.. Gazette.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 October 1838

Sifb-Trcasurv lLoca-Foeo TICKET. DAVID 11. FOOTER FOR GOVERNOR Who voted lor the Sub Treasury in the Senate. Who voted to increase the State /Jebt. Who was supported at the 4ih July Convention because; he was a Van Bur en man. Who wrote the Lo co Foco letter to Perry County, when a candidate for Senate. ,/Miiiis afraid to resignhis seat in the enate. Who refuses td pay poor men their just DEBTS

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 October 1838

J. Wi.liamson Esq Interesting Correspondence—Jielow we publish a correspondence between Mr. Williamson and,.a committee from Schuylkill, county. For the purpose ot show» iug the weight tli-t must be attached to his opinion, we quote the estimate put upon his character fromlHc American .Sentinel, a Porter paper iii the City. "John Williamson, Esq: whose name is signed below, is a respectable attorney at the Huntingdon bar, was one of the first aiitimasous in the county, and was'president of jhc firstantimasonic meeting ever held in tljat county.: I;IC was elected by that party in the fall of iS5I to the Legislature, was the antimasonic candidate lor congress in '36, and has always been a prominent leader in their ranks. lie is a gentleman of high attainments, knowledge and talents, and wither a truly exemplary man, being a local preacher in the Methodist JE;)isc»pal church." Huntingdon Scp.24 1633. To JOHN WILLIAMSON Esq. Much importance, and credit, has been attached to your...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 October 1838

More Friends We the undersigned citizens of Hun tingdon County, having seen or heard ol publications in a news-paper called the "Advocate<§- Sentinel" published in Huntingdon. Whereb y it is attempted to iin press on the public mind the opinion, that Jchn Stoiiebraker of Franklin Township in this county, is dishonest, and his declarations on oath are unworthy of belief feel called upon as his neighbors, and fellow citizens to disabuse the public mind, to contradict those imputations, and declare to the world our knowledge of the man. We have known him for a number of years, many of us for the greater part ol a life time,'and do solemnly assert and believe, that his character has been heretofore, and is yet, without a stain. For many years he haj been a member of good standing in tha Methodist Episcopal Church; and all who knew him cannot but be grieved; that the virulence of party excitement should have produced such a wanton aud unfounded attack upon him. Knowing him...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 October 1838

INOV - Ritncr's Address, on Presenting the ftwiurd to GEN. KKAUY! GENERAL;—It affords me true pleasure to present to you this mark of the approbation of your native State. The scvices thus intended to he commemorated are those rendered to the country during the last war with Great Britain, 7n that contest it was the pride of Pennsylvania to behold you and her other heroic sons, standing among the foremost in the rank of duty and of glory, and only leaving the field when the battle was won, or when honorable wounds disabled you from further action. 7'hrnu* ghout the whole of that war, and especially in those sanguinary but glorious battles whhh protected the A'iagara frontier du ring the campaign ol 1814, and kept its horrors on the enemy's territory, you bore yourself as became an American soldier and true son of Pennsylvania. The bloody field of Niagara, from which you were carried wounded, bore ample testimony that you and your gallant comrades nobly sustained the reputati...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 October 1838

»*UO 11s eJeseph EtsJjKT. From the Wheeling (Va.) Times lie is (he present Governor of P^n. sylvania, a man who by honesty, invariable rectitude trf conduct ami an «pn«Ka tion of his cipacltiep, has raised li ' iiBjeit from the station Of an indigent toy to '. highost office in the gift ot the peopiv the Keystone State, and who b y his off: cial conduct has planted himself more deeply in the affections of (he people who have made him their t'liie-f Majjistrala than have any of his predecessors. His official acta ha>'c resulted in the relief of the State from fa.tation, have paid olf largo, sums of the i'late Debt have so organized the State Works under his control, that they have yielded a revenue to the Treasury, while (hey have answered the full purpose for which ti.ey were constructed in enriching the people and prospering business; have raised the standard of popular Education throughout the State to an eminence nc\ cr bi fore attained; and the laat, not le. st ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 October 1838

A KIT liNSTUUMENT. I lie /.oco rocos have •inplovcd Mr . James Templm, who was confined in the -Oauphin Cointy jail three months last spring for a breach of the pence, to poddie their pioture book ridiculing the Gov-. ernor, /his is paying the fanners ofthci state a high compliment, 113 the hi ok ridicules the Governor because he was gf geriuau fanner.'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 October 1838

GLORIOUS TRWMPH!! Grlory enough for 10 days. PORTER BEAT IJ% MIS OW.Y DISTRICT. Never was dismay, thrown more into the ranks of our oponents, than, at the Inspectors election in Huntingdon district. At the time of meeting ttt choose -Judges; the Ritner men came forward in throngs, The Porter men were dismayed, terror-stricken. The constable was called on repeatedly, * o come forward Sf count both parties, that the majority might select their judges, but he would not but either neglected, or refused to allow the people to chottse their Judges—but collected about him, a dozen or two of Sorter's friends, and in an under tone selected two out of their number, without even allowing, the 300 Rilnei men a voice in that selection. Undismayed the Ritner men stood their ground in a regular line. The constable was called on again, to count each party. When the friends of Ritner found that they were not to be allowed a voice, they according to la*- proclaimed aloud their Willingness to go i...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 October 1838

"The Banners they're a flying, that lead to victory." The verdict of guilty proved by Porter's Neighbors* HUNTINGDON COUNTY HURRAH!!! The Friends of Ritner have carried their Inspectors in seventeen townships out of 24. In 1835 we carried but flfteeen. Alltflfi ttflWsTfittfBBlTi*t,m Ritner Inspector is elected by 17 majority—an iS85 Ritner was beaten fit. Ia 1836 ^m.li»I» lU HUSIlip Porter had 97 majority. They NOW KNOW HIM ^ In Dublin, Cromwell, Union, and Hopewell; We beat them so easy! m JIM M'DONALDS townships ShirleyM In this township we have beat them for the first time. The friends of Ititner took up for Inspector.Mr James MDonald, the gen* tlcman whose a^davit we published some time since—and who the Porter papers pronounced a murderer, in order to destroy his testimony abroad. Jem as they sneeringly call him, was nobly sustained at home—he was elected, by a handsome majority This Hell's the people, the estimate of the people upon, honest Jeni aud dishonrSt Dace. Our major...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 October 1838

THEJOURNAL. O.t* country, one constitution, one destiny Huntingdon Oct, U 1838-Mf mineral it .Inlimasonic CANDIDATES* FOK GOVKRNOR, ^®nt$§W*Uuvx FOR PRESIDENT, WrCUUirt fbf. garrison or OHIO. FUR VICE PRESIDENT.] Jprancla &?«*ua?r, OF NEW YORK. CONOUESI James Irvin. OF CKm-sneo. SBNATOUS Robert J*. JMaclay FOR 4 YBABS. James JH- ISttl FOR 2 YEARS. ASSEMBLY John JNorri*On, OF .SHIRLEY, Jer. Cunningham, or FOBTBB . Sheriff. JOSEPH SHANNON, of Allegheny. Commissioner. JAMES MOORE, of tTalker; AUDITOR JESSE MOORE, ofFrankstowh. —' aaaaBBBg —— --

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 October 1838

GOVERNMENT AGENTS-GOVERNMENT LIES. A number of Letters have been rece ived in this town, stateing th at a Government understrapper was in the stage on its way from here West, on the ni ght of the Inspectors ele ction, and from one extreme to the other, asserted that Porter had carried every township in this coun_ tr but two. In order that the people or this State can see what means are taken to keep up the flagging spirits ofthcir sinking party, and in order that their own friends may see that they are just made the dupes of the political knaves,- and if they believe them they will hose their money. We are authorised to make the following W- BJETM 850 that wc carried s Ritner Inspector ih Dublin. CO a\o do 6romWcll SO do do Springfield 50 do do Shirley tO do do Union 50 do do Hopewell 50 do do W'msburg 50 do do Woodbury 50 do do FrankstoWn, 50 do do Hollidaysb'g 30 do do Allegheny 50 do do Antis 50 do do Tyrone SO do do Franklin 60 do do Morris 50 do do kurrays nun 50 do do Hu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 October 1838

Alteram EST ON OLD HUNfhSGDON In Order that the Piirterite* may have a chance to test their belief of their own reports: we are directed to offer the' following bet 10 dollars, that Ritner has 100 maj. 10 do 200 10 do 300 10 do 400 10 do 500 10 do 600 10 do 700 10 do 800 10 (In 900 10 do 1000 10 do 1100 10 d<) 1200 10 do 1300 10 do 1400 10 do 1500 10 that every bet is won. Any person desiremg to loose the above sum, cati be accomodated by appjjin£b at this ofhi:r. .C0

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 October 1838

In the Borough of York, for the first time we have carried both'inspectors. In Chester County; the Ritner men swept every thing before them; set down Chester for 1200 majority for the old farmer. Ht/RRAHFOR OLD LANCASTER The Ritner men have carried 32 town hips, out of 39: keep the hall moving. - 500 Guns for the West. 11 ell done Allegheny County. In Allegheny County, where in 1835 Ritmr had but 616 majority—we now have 900 majority for Inspector. Allegheny is good for 1500, on the 9th—mark that. Washington Co. The home of honest Joe, has done nobly they hav«»carried one mere district than usual. See the difference, dishonest Davy is beat at home, and dispised by his neighbors, and hohest old Joe, is loved and honored by his. Bedford co* The friends of Ritner have carried 11 townships out of 19, nothing Jess than 600 majority in Bedford. Somerset Count y* A letter just received from this county *ays "wc have carried every township but three in the county for the ol'd farmer. Set ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 October 1838

More Victories CHJ5STER COUNTY. The Ritner inspectors have been elected in 30 districts—Porter in 6. LEBANON COUNTY. In this connty we elected o'Ar inspector in every dis. trict but one. The honest germans, cant help the cause of dishonesty. HpAM for Lebanon* Put her down 1000 for Joe. More Grlory!! Old Berks. h e have returns from 9 districts; and the cause of the Old Farmer has gained gloriously. In Robeson township Ritner was heat in '55. A'bw he has 26 majority. In Union he has 10 majority now. In '35 beaten 36. In Hamburg, Ritner Inspector. Brecknock ditto. In Carnarvon Ritner inspector elected. In '35 he was beat. In Pike the Loco Focos succeeded. In upper Penn. i?itner inspector elected: in 35 we were beat. In Kingston, Longswamp, and Schuylkill Haven i?itner inspector. Schuylkill Co: In Pottsville /ritne1" Inspector elected. Franklin Co. Eleven townships heard lrom, 8 of which has gone for Ritner; an" it is thought Porter cannot get more than two more. CLEARFELD COUNTY...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 October 1838

^he Repairs, Exasperated at the malicious falsehoods manufactured and circulated ' b y the friends of: Porter about the mal-practices on the canal /repairs, the hands employed on some of the jobs, have sent their ntrtnes to this office attached to th? following certificate; arid their is not one among the.ni. that is not more worthy of belief than.the habitual liars who surround the footstool of Honest Davy, We,.have not room to insert one half of the.names furnished us; such who wish to see the originals can see them at=Spur bflice. . < The Truth is the every day conduct of Davy R. and his party, is to oppress and sneer at thepoor laborers. If an honest loborer is paid 81,25 per day, they call it corruption. It that poor man claims the right of voting, they call it corruption and cull the poor laborcra worthless out law.; and not entitled to a vote any where What say you lioi;est laborers', because you work-j.mist you loose your vote, be. cause some of you have joi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 October 1838

__l"BOCLAilIATIOiV WK^llK/fKAS, in and by mi act of the ? » General Assembl y of the Tom, monwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled, •An act to regulate the general election within this Commonweal tn,' enacted on the 15th dayofFeouary, 1799 it is rejoin "I on me to give public notice of such md election to be held, and tnenumer- j ate in such notice, what ojji' cers are to be elected, I, JOSEPH HlbGINS Shers! ill'of the county of Huntingdon, do ther^' Fore, hereby make known and give tnie JPUBLIC NOTfCE to the electors oi the said county of Huntingdon that a GENERAL /EJECTION will he held in the said county on the SECOND TUESDAY IN OCTOBER next (b?ing Hie 9th day of the month) a! the several districts composed in the tol lowing order viz: 1st District composed of part of Henderson township, west of the line beginning at thence west so far as to include the farms owned by Micheal £peck and the heirs ot James Kelly to Mill Creek thence up Ihe said creek to West township line, ihence alo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 October 1838

Mead! Mead! STONEBttAKEIl'S CHARACTER , .. ¦ ... . SUSTAINED. Tie following letter from Rev'd Mr. M-i^ter, will satisfy every unprejudiced mind, that John Stonebraker is a worthy old gentleman, and that he is basely slandered by the Porter partv, for political- pui'poses . What is Tom Owens' "Refutation" worth, when it is contraflj|led.by presiding Elder. Campare the witnesses. The one is an exemplary pious man—the,other has been arrested by his neighbors for passing counterfeit monfy. .Read and judge. . . LeUerfrom the Rev. John Miller, Pres iding Elder of the Methodist EpUcopa1 Church, in answer to a communication Jrom citizens of Berwick. i • Mn.-iov, SEPT. JT, 1888. ¦ GENTLEMEN —Yours ofihc ' liJth inst. has.tlus day been received. It is not my wish'or intention to engage in (he political agitation of the day—nothing can int.uce-me to do so. ffl a minister ol the Gospel, 1 am employed in another nnd a greater work. ' Yet circumstances over which I have no control—b y the cir...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 October 1838

xwaamswrnMc ®wu tVHtfW* ACL persons indebted to the Estate oi ¦^"-EinaiiUel C. Stuk, .late of Tyrone Townshi p in the County of Huntingdon dee'd, are requested to make payment without delay, and all persons having claims againsi-said estate, are requested to present .them to the undersigned residing in Tyrone Township aforesaid, properl y authenticated for settlement. PE I'ER BURKET, Adm'r. Sftpt.tT), 18J8.—6 " Ti '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 3 October 1838

TWLjR OOSTSTZTUTION OF TI:K con.trosTViMi.rrt OF FEXSSYLVAM A, AS *IUSD'.U tlV rilK CONVENTION OP 0*K T.TOXSVXI) MCHlT RUNDaKB AND iBiaTT-sayas-rHiRTT-EiaHT. [iMBM&AKKTS IS BHA (SEPTS. ] WR, The people ol the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Ordain and establish this Constitution for its Government- ARTIOI.F. I. Section 1. The Legislative power of this Commonwealth shall be vested in a General Assembly, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives. Sec. 11. The Representatives shall be chosen annually by the citizens of Philadelphia, and of each county respectively, on the Second Tuesday of October. Sec. Ill No person shall bca Representative who shall not have attained the age of twenty one years, and have been a citizen and inhabitant of the State three years next preceding his election, and the last year thereof an inhabitant of the [district in and for] which he shall he chosen [Representatives] unless he shall have luen absent on the public business...

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