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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 6 March 1839

- -ggc— Diary of a "Five SPi'lntici' , Monday fyarr.ingi—Realv believe I was drunk yeatcrduy; aitupugh it «?.s Sunday. // ife asked me to accompany -her to church—I declined,—weather too fine for one to be ha,i>cd up. Wnlked ci.', every thing ;!ul! — Sunday always tiul! in St. Louis. No literary circle here; I'll is business, drinking or church goni£. Met some acquaintances,(who invitedm^Into; Itoii sft "to take something,'' Pour of:;"* Had (o drink'four limes round of coursey or it would have looked illiberal. Got quite talkative, and said £O:TIR very foolish tilings that f thought ver\ v'.ts " New con ranted nu s«.,!s rM.lr i'i--..g',, ihe efforts of a gentleman-loafer, tooonvc-v to his inuinh a (eeking piece of liied ent-Rsh! Really believe few of these gentry have bonding houses or "meal" Wore than once a clay- Tneir vorac-itv isat most inconceivable.' WeothemS'rtftrazy; liquor could not have been good. IVi'e looked grieved, but endeavored to conceal her feelings—...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 6 March 1839

The Impudent Bride. Not long since, in Liverpool, as a couple were going to be married, and had proceeded as far as the church yard gale, the gentleman stopped his fair comrade with the following unexpected address: "Mary, during our courtship, I told you most of my mind, but not all of my mind; when we are married I shall insist upon three things." "Whatare thev?" asked the astonished lady. "In the first place,'' said he, "I shall lie alone; second, I shall eat alone; thirdly, I shall find fault with you when there is no occasion- for it. Can you submit to these conditions?" "Oh yes sir, very easily," she replied, "for if yod lie alone, I shall not; if you eat alone. I shall eat first; and as to y our finding fault without occasion, that, I think may be prevented, for I shall take care, that you never want an occasion.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 6 March 1839

TERMS OF THR aUNKlTODOiT ffOVRNAti. The "Journal" will be published every Wedn-sday morning, at two dollars a year if paid IN AUVANCb, and if not pnid within six months, two dollars and a half. lively person who obtains five subscribers and forwards price ot subscription, shall he {irmshcd with a sixth copy gyatttttlouily foi •ae year. N i subscription received tor a less period thin •i'.K months, nor any paperdiscontinued u itil(irrear . agC3 are paid. Ali communications must be addressed to tbj Editor, post paid, or they will not be ttiteaded to. Advertism-nts not exceeding; one square ball be inserted thre.-: times for one dollar for ©very subsequent insertion, 25 ficenis pel square will be chargedt—if nodetnitobrderd sregiven as to the time an adveri:.mem is to iui continued, It will be kept in tiilorO.eed; but. and charge accordingly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 6 March 1839

'SrRBiroTnBK Tim WEAK POINTS.' it.ii I. ito.u> *7iEETMjret. THE JOURNAL HUMTIHOBON, MARCH «, 1839. At a large and respectable meeting o' the citizens of Franklin, Morris cVWest, townshi p* , and points adjacent in Huntingdon co, held at the house of Mr. Jaceb Minnick,L i:i the village'of Graysport—on Wednesday, the 2rih Febroary, in pursuance of notice. Mr. Robert [Moore, (Ironmaster) was called to the chair; John McPk-erron, V . President; Alexander Stewart, Secretary^ The object of the meeting having been stated by the chair. Oa motion of S. Miles Green Esq; a committee it eight was 'appointed by the Chair, to draft a preamble and resolutions expressive ot the aense ot the meeting. Whereupon, 9. 'Miles Green Esq, Mr. John Isett, James Wilson, Hugh Suds, J no Davis, Samuel McPherrnn, Adam Keith, and J. B. Mathias, were appointed said committee—Who after a short interval, reported as lollews. "Whereas, we have looked on with deep and anxious solicitude, for years pa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 6 March 1839

FROM MAINE. From the Boston Atlas. HIGHLY IMPORTANT THE STATE IN ARMS! [Correspondence of the Atlas.] SEHATP. CHAXBEU, AUGUSTA, > February 18, 1839. \ The crisis has at length arrived and Maine is in arms ts sustain her honor and the integrity of her soil. An express has arrived this morning bringing an official communication from Sir John Harvey in which he says he shall rcpelull invasion—he says that he - claims EXCLUSIVE JURISDICTION." Eigltt Thousand Troops have been ordered out to carry into execution the Resolve passed by the Legislature of Maine, which was to siezc the trespassers and the lumber cut on the disputed territory. M'Laugldin, the land Agent of the Province has been arrested, and is now at Bangor. The greatest excitement prevails, and a fixed determination to sustain our rights at all hazards. (Correspondence of the Atlas.) State House, Augusta, 2 Monday, Feb. 18, 1839. \ A special Messenger arrived licre last ni g ht from Sir John Harvey, Lt. Gove...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 6 March 1839

MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT. To the Senate of the United States: I lay before Congress several despatches from his Excellency the Governor of Maine, with enclosures, communicating certain proceedings of the Legislature of that State, and a copy of the repl y of the Secretary of State, made by my direct tion. together with a note from H. S. Fox, F.sq. Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of Great Britian, with the answer . of the Secretary ot State to the same. It will appear from those documents that a uumesous band of lawless and desperate men, chiefly from the adjoining British Provinces, but without the authority or sanction of the Provincial Government, has trespassed upon that portion ol the territory in dispute between the United Slates and Great Britain which is watered by the river Aroostook, and claimed to belong lo the State of Maine; and that they had committed extensive depredations there by cutting and destroying a very large quantity of timber, lt wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 6 March 1839

NEW STORE. S. 3. & \7. lvr'Mirs.TRIB, "fcfcTould respectfull y Inform the citizens ot th.s . county, that they intend opening acamplete Slorc of Entire .^Vw Goods, In the borough of Huntingdon, in the buil-(hiig formerly occupied by the Huntingdon Bank, and latterly by ].. Gotta, . opposite the store of Swoope and Son. As sen as the navigation will permit, their supply of goods will be here, of which public notice will be given. Their friends and the public in general arc invited to call and examine for ih'-mselvcs, They may rest assured, that thev will be enabled to sell on terms as moderate, as any other establishment. Huntlngdin, Marco G, 183U.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 6 March 1839

PUBLIC SALE w ww ILL be sold at tlie rcsideme of the subscriber, in Shirley township, Huntingdon county; on Thursday, and Fridav, the 21st and 22nd. of March next, the following property viz:—All his farming implements, consisting of n AGQONS, PLOUGrtS .HXRROHS A CULTIVATOR, OSEWINDMILL, A QUANTITY OF HORSE GEARS, AND SUNDRY OTHER ARTICLES. ALSO—a conking stove, and two ten plate stoves. ALSO .2 Quantity of Potatoes by the bushel. ALSO—A large variety ofhouseliold, and kitchen furniture. Sale will commence a', ten o'clock on Saturday—a reasonable credit will be civ en. ' , JAMES LYON. March, Cth, l889-3(.p.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 6 March 1839

HORSE i^S BILLS, With NCW & Beiiiilirul Cllls NEATI.X AKU KxrtniTioi'SLY^uilMeD At the Journal Office.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 6 March 1839

The troubles in .VSttinr. From the Globe. The message ot the President, which we publish below, was received by both branches of Congress without the utterance of a dissenti.ig opinion from the views it contains. In the Senate, (whose session we attended,) Mr. Buchanan, Mr Webster, Mr. Davis, Mr. Clay, Mr. Walker, Mr. Norvell, and Mr. William*,successively commented upon the message and documents. There was great unanimity of feeling, and scarce a shade of difference, in opinion as it regards the policy indicated, on either side of the House Mr. Clay threw out the idea that the President ought to have taken the matter directly in hand, as the national authority without adJressing himself to the local authorities of Maine, h seems to us that the mode adopted was the only one praclicuble, for the head of the National Government. He could only interpose by appealing to the State Government, or that ol Great Britain; alid the latter is too far oil to be reached in time. Some r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 6 March 1839

^ !—»————¦ I I | ¦ THE JOURNAL. 'One country, »ne constitution, one destiny Huntingdon, March 6, I 839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 6 March 1839

PL Aft OF THE PECFLE! Q^p- A single term for thePresidenev. and the office edministered for the whole PEOPLE, and not for a PARTY. J7» A sound, uniform and convenicm National C URRENCY, adapted to the wants of tlie whole COUNTRY, instead of the SHIN l'LAS'lERS brooght about by cur present RUI.KUS. ;]- /" E CONOMY, RKTRF.NCIIMKNT, and REJ-ORM in the administration of public affairs, J7"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 the safe and beaten track, of our Fathers,—L. Gazette.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 6 March 1839

Our Hail Road. The Communication of "A" is received and shall appear next -vcek. It is perhaps but little that we can throw into the scale, which will affect its preponderance on either side. But when we see the field entered by rank and file against a measure which we favor, we consider it to be our duty lo cast in our feeble aid in defence. The proposition to establish a Hail-Road from this borough to Hollidaysburg, has been a subject of grave consideration for some time. The disastrous flood of last summer, and the subsequent drought, seemed to have wrought conviction upon the minds ol many. Accordingly this session ot the Legislature was deemed an appropriate one to address, calling their attention to the dangers 81 incapacities of this point in the improvement. A'clear and irrefutable argument in favor of the proposed Ilail-Koad, appeared in the United States Gazette, over the ft ignatute of "Publius," setting forth the ilangers as well as difficulties attendant upon ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 6 March 1839

Another R. Road Meeting. \\ e have received the proceedings of a large meeting, held in Birmingham, favorable to the proposed Road from this place. We regret exceedingly, that they were not sooner received (Tuesday morning) for owing to our cross mails we are obliged to print on Tu sday, consequents ly our space was entirel y filled before their reception. They shall b: printed and 'slips' forwarded as directed immediately. A laborer, by the name of M'Laughlin, employed on the canal, was drowned in the Waterstrcet dam, on one day last week. We have not learned the particulars attending the accident. Another laborer at the dam above town was severely injured by the falling of a bank of earth. We learn, however, that he will in all probability recover. ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 6 March 1839

Jflasontc Liberality. Three years ago, when a change was made in the Canal Board, by Gov. Ritner, a resolution wis passed, allowing all people living in houses either belonging t», or rented by the Commonwealth, to occupy them until the 1st of April. The illiberal spirit of masonic vengeance, could not allow the honorable course to govern them. Upon every occasion, they groaned forth their curses against thc pioscriptlon of Gov. Ritner and his friends, you all recollect,that every occasion was seized with avidity, to halloo proscription! Forgetful of the past, mindful alone of themselves and thc spoils, they have appointed their collectors and weighmasters, and authorized them to seize at once the office and its reword. Those officers , who endured the toil of the past summer, and spent a season ol sleepless nights! when their salary was not half pay, have been driven out, and that part ot th. year which alone renders the other endurable, is snatched out ol" their hands, by ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 6 March 1839

PENN'A. LEGISLATURE \i e have become nearly tired ot making a synopsis of the do-nothings of ou«" Legislature. A whole winter has been spent, and nothing of importance to the people done, except increase the A'tate Debt nearly two millions of Dollars. We have given a faithful account ol their nets and tlie people may judge. During thc past week thev have added one more laurel to the chaplet.of consis tency which thc Loco Focos desire t" wear. After having spent three monthsdoing nothing, they have agreed to adjourn on the 27th March, and to meet again, on the 7lh May. Cannot our rea" ders remembor the continued reviling 5 against Ritner'. "extra session." If it is forgotten, we will revive some of their old editorials. The House have unanimously passed > resolution for a committee to inquire into the cause of the rr.cb.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 6 March 1839

OKPHAIVS COURT SAliE, "¦"N pursuance of an order of the Orphan's ¦ ¦ Court, of Huntingdon county, will be exposed to sale by public vendue or out-. cry, on the premises, on Thursday 28th day of March inst., the following described real estate, belonging to the estate of Dr. James 'Irimble dee'd., to wit: About 2© acres ot land, adjoining the borough of Alexander, in said county, adjoiaiiig lands ofGcinmil's heirs, and others, several Jots of ground in the said borough, and sever,;.' lots ol WOOD LAISD &. OUT LOTS on the North East side of the Pennsylvania canal, adjoining lots ol" Hiram Marlot and others—A plot or description ot the said property divided into lots, to suit purchasers, will be exhibited at the time of sale.— Terms of sale, one half of the purchase money to be paid on confirmation of sale, and the residue in one year thereafter with int-rest to be secureii .'>}' ihe bonds and mortgage of purchasers. T. P. CAMPUELL, Clk. Attendance will be given at the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 6 March 1839

In the Court of Common Pleas of Huntingdon county-Jonathan Rhule "I Scire Facies, stir vs. 1 Mechanics lieu, George Cultebaugh \ filed in the said & Mary his wife for-I Court. ineily M. Berringer. J \ To all persons interested. TAKE notice, that the pluutiff above named, has bled a Mechanics lien, in tut said court, for the sum ot ono thousand and seventy dollars and forty eight cents, and with int r st against A TWO STORY BRICK DWELLING, with a stone basement story, twenty four ft in (rout, by thirty five feet deep; erected built, and situated on lot No. ill) in Juniata street in the new town plot uf the borough of Hollidaysburg, which said lot Ironts on said Juniata street, sixty feet, and extends back at right angles to said street, one hundred and sixty feet; for woiV and labor done, and materials furnished in and about the erection of said building. In which said lien, a Scire Fades has been issued out of said court, against the above named defendant, to show cause ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 6 March 1839

AUDITOR'S NQTIOa. ALL persons interested, are hereby unfiled,that the undersigned, Auditor' ^ appointed by the Com t of Common Pleas ef Huntingdon county, to distribute the money in tlie Sheriff's hands, arising from the sale of the Real Estate of Semplc'.-i heirs, will attend for that purpose, at his Office in the borough of Huntingdon, on TltesdaV, the I9'h March, inst. " JAMES STEEL, Auditor. March, Cili 1839,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 6 March 1839

NOTICE TO CREDITORS. TAKE notice, that 1 have applied to tht Judges of the court of common picas of Hun ting county, for the benefit of the act made lor the relief of insolvent debtors, and the said Court has appointed the second Monday of April next for hearing me and my creditois, at the court house in the borough of Huntingdon, when and where you may attend if you think prnner. CHARLES MILLER, ROBERT SNEATH, March 6, 1839. ll7"B'-dford Inquirer will please publish the above, and charge this office.

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