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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 October 1838

SHIS ^m®©®s©w fgm iSli FOR 1838- §g|| *©FFIC1AL ffiETUBNSX | | 1 | HIJIIiTI^GDON COU ' flTT, WM ^•^jyV) Covn'r Cong's Senators Assembly Sheriff Amend sSrefcs^wj ISsjSI ITI? ?^ ? « f 1 5 ? £ ~ % f^lf F^ lllilla SUlSt&il Huntingdon 1S2 304 15G 304 153 148 303 " 298 l75 ~T55_ 301 298 153 290 317 lTn /?*_<<E*Jri f U& i Pia Duh1 "' 70 54 69 51 71 71 51 51 68 69 50 51 69 51 37 ",0 Jjg&lS iC^no X, Wamormark 369 164 181 152 173 175 161 159 170 177 156 157 172 136 143 IM' " fil'^SK gl|S«E Allegheny 166 135 183 119 ' 168 171 133 ]30 152 158 160 134 169 131 91% 88 ^SpOrtS fiWfe^la Williamsburg 199 149 206 145 202 202 146 147 204 204 147 147 189 159 "> ' ; 89 &*&$& S5^ v^ Woodberry 128 86 133 8t 127 127 87 87 126 135 87 87 129 HZ {'04 OQ &$%$& %mtmg Hopewell 86 47 86 45 85 84 47 47 86 86 47 .47 85, ki 26 SO GVfcWaJwj 2&$3«§ li:'>'''^' 116 2S3 1U> 251 113 117 256 252 113 113 251 251 115 L...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 October 1838

SaaSUOCUii'iil^.j, The Family Advcrtisn of the British College of Health, 3d Edition price »2 75; an. PKACT1CLE PHOOFS Of the Hygcian System of Phisiology, including the 'Origin of Life,' '-Treatise on Small 1 ox, 'Letter r.n CholeraMorbus,' and many ettestcd,cui\scfrec.ted.in tbiscountry, aswelt as in Creat Britain, Oth Edition price S71 UJlltS. N The ilygeianMedincs are all importce*- into this country at .a great expense, notwithstanding which tiu-v are sold at the same price asm Kpgland. They, ryiye been sis years before the American public; their pre eminent success in the relief of the afflicted nsanthods can testify, ityCAUTION.—- In consequence of the high estimation in which Morrison's Pills ar» held by the public, it has induced an innumerable host of unprincipled counterfeiters to attempt immitutions. under deceptive terms thus to delude the n.iwnrv, and foist then- nostrums for the Cenuin'e Hygeian Medicine;inconsequence of which the Agent has taken the prccautionarv m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 October 1838

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

TERMS or TUB StTNTHTO-DOW JOTTRNAli; The "Journal" will be published every Wednesday morning, at two dollars { yearn paid IN ADVANCE, and if not paid within six months, twrt dollars and a lialf. Kvety person who obtains five subscribers ail t. ' mvai-Js price ot subscription, shall be If iriiHried with a sixth copy gratuitously tot Me years , . . N ¦ inscription received tor a less period thin, six ill tilth*, nor any paper discontinued Witi'l arrearages are paid. . AH c.omimihicatinns must be addressed tn the'-Editor, post paid, or they will not be aitended to. ' ¦Vdvertismcnts not exceeding one square Vdl be Inserted three times for one dollar for **yry subsequent insertion, 25 Reims per ^v.are will be charged:—if no dctniU-orderd ^re 'given as to tile limn an advcrisnient is to ^continued, it will be Wept in till ordeetl; li of, and charge accordingly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

'I'll E OHIO, BT THK I.ATS MRS. LOUISA P. SMITH. Tlieninnii-li^ ht sleeps up m thy shores. Fair river of the West! A nd the soft sound of dipping oars Just breaks thy .evenim; rest. Full many a barque its silver path Is tracing o'er thy tidi-, And list! the sound of song ancM.utgh t'lbats onward where they glide. [gay They're from light hearts, those sounds so \Vhose home and hopes are here, llit one, whose home is faraway; Their music fails to cheer. The; woods of Indiana frov.li Along the distant shore, [down And they send their deep black shadows Upon the glassy floor;—Many a tree is blppmiig there—Wild flowers o'er-spread the ground, A lid thousand vines of foliage rare The trunks arc wreathed around. But through the summer robe is gay On every lull and tree, '1 he gay woods rising far away,' Are fairer still to ale. Yonder cloudless rrionn to-night looks down Upon no lovelier sight, Than the river winding proudly on—Yet beautiful, in night, On »ard still to the mighty W...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

S IS L E C T TALE From the Dublin University Magazine THE DUHJL-( Concluded.) Contrary to our expec(aliens, we heard nothing from-Mr. Leeaon that iii .sr. ht: 1 felt a.kind of regret; I tfi-'night it Mould have all been over the next morning; there was a horrible suspense that Mas worse that, the most tT.ibl'ceilai.<ity;'&yet I could not but Icel tlift it was a (lav's reprieve to (lie vietini ul'tiio system, " bv which n coward first insults and then murders, and calls this satisfaction to injured suae ly. Next morning, however, a gettfjeman waited on Charles, Irorn Mr. " f,cespn; there was no apology asked or offered;the gentleman was relered st once to Majoi Williams to •'arrange" every thing. Tltc place chosen was the. celebrated spot in the Phoenix Park, known by the name of the Fifteen Acres; toe hour fixed was as ear.yon the next morning as then could he siiflicient light, for the work ol deatii. All these arrangements wen made, and communicated to Charl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

_i_ THKGARIiANI). j i- ., —"Wi'.h sweetest fl iwers enrich'd Worn various gardens cull'd vith care."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

•fa OTHER MH STICKS-«#.v« v. ii J. a.ntt"5. Illl.fhtcd Hari-islriii'g.' From the Harriibur* Intelligencer Oct 26. Ihree months.since it was our painful duty to record the destruction of half a square of Harrisburg. In the deepest regret we are again called upon lo perform a similarly sad task. On Sunday afternoon, about five o'clock, a fire was discoveied in the carpenter shop ot Messrs. Hollman $• Simons, (who were heavy sufferers by the late fire,) between Fourth and Fifth streets, fronting on the east side of Market. The alarm Was at once given, butthe dry lumber burnt with such fury, that before the engines could take effect several frame buildings in the vicinity were on fire, and the flames soon communicated to the school and lecture buildingatiaclicu t? the Lutherian churcii. The grocery store of Mr. Hutton, on the corner of Market and Fourth streets, was in the mean time emptied, & the building torn down to save those adjoining. The roof of the lectqre buil...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

H OFFICIAL RETURNS jj§ gj§ or TI II: ELECTION FOR 1838 g|§ fgp GOVERNOR. AMENDMENTS. *|p ga>j COUNTIES. Rtr. POUT. FOR. AGAINST * l-*>i ^ ^ Adam-, 3310 153:, II 3(!0 dl'-'O »§» SjPv Allegheny, 0033 -4.105 | 4460 50-J9 33I5 J|fj3 Aniistroiig 1510 2781 I 3597 949 J^'el x3M Heaver, 2457 1<J31 | 2525 1612 Sags ^% Bedford, 2386 'H'ii I0H7 2731) <£j||k 38S?; Berks. 3-215 7101 3823 388.3 |$aS£ jfeia Bradford! 2219 2420 4116 188 Cfijfci B43j Bucks; 4147 4553 | 4095 3362 E$£t 2K& I Butler, 1700 1653 2383 712 JggJk »S» Cambria, Tfi'2 844 616 938 fjly j SBr Centre 1467 2589 2082 1565 jSpj K2S Ches. - er, 4971 4527 3379 5085 MGJ J wa* Clearfield, ,474 792 I 939 204 SH* ftMja Columbia, 1068 261G || 1556 1506 gl§| 3§gC Crawford, 1957 2304 3444 517 jH& *sfe> Cumbetlai.d, 2316 2743 2s62 2419 £*« fe^ Dauphin, 2,843 11)11 1052 3204 ££2? ifiKS Delaware, - 1731 . 1263 1299 145y £g&v ^§F Erie -74r 15f.r> 3175 454 XjggP jfHsj Fayette, 19...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

Tlie death of Gov. Clark Tlie distinguished veteran CLAHK, of Missouri, died at <S't, Louis on the first of this month. The following notice of that event is from the Missouii Republican. "The Governor for some time past lias been complaining, and gave evidence of a rapid increase of his afflictions, and the ravages of old age. Lately nis illness greatly increased, and on Saturday night lie breathed his last at the residence of his son Merriwether /,ewis Clark, Esq. ol this city. Though the event, from the age and feeble health of the deceased, was not unlocked for, it will not be the less regretted. To sec the great, tlie good, those whom all are constrained to love as the benefactors of their country, and respect tos their country's ornaments; whose names and whose histories are identified with all We know ofthe eanly history of our land; to see such men falling around us will bring a sigh from every bieastj and a tear from every <eye. The hamc of Gov. Clark ni...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

AN AGKD MURDERER. HoilWpLB RF.SUI *OF INTEMPEHANCK. —A sli p from a correspondent of the Mobile Examiner, under the date of the 3d ipst , says, that the Coroner of that city was called on (he Su.iday previous to hold an Inquest upon the bod y of Thomas Hamilton, a young mail of 23 or 24 years of age, who was stabbed on the 24 of Sep. ut S pring Hill. It appeared, in evidence, that the deceased had been in the city drinking, and retained home late at night, when he met his grandfather, who was also iuebruted. A trifling altercation ensued botweo them, and the latter stritr.k the young man and stabbed him in the body, of which wound he died in nine or ten hours afterward*! The murderer is about 90 years of age, and is named Benjamin Alexander. He was fully committed. The Examiner justly Observes, that, if there be any thing which more than another should give an impulse to the temperance cause, if is such an occurrence as this. Even when prompted by the warmth of young bloo;! ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

Sheriff's Sales TC> Y virtue of sundry writs of VEKDITOKK * £* EXPONAS issued out if the Court of Common Pleas of Huntingdon Countv, nnd to me directed, will be exposed to poblic Sale at the Court House, in Huntingdon, on Monday the 12 day of November next, at .10 o'clock A. M. the following property viz: Two lots of ground in Walters-burg, .and a lot of ground in the Northern Liberties ot Huilidaysburg, on which is erected a frame house unfinished. Seized, taken ttiuler execution, and to be sold as the property of Charles Allen. ALSO Seventy acres of land more Or less in Antes township adjoining lands of Wm I' Desalt. Israel Crycler, and lands of James Thy lor, about ten acres cleared, and under fence and no buildings 'hereon. Seized, taken under execution, and to be sold as the property nf .*i,r.im K, Crane & James Mulbollum an. .. ALSO A tract or partel of land tn&trree Township, adjoining lands of Jonas Kudy, Wm Mears and others, containing ten acres...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

JO CREDITORS. rake notir. that I have appl.ed to the Judges nf the Court ot Common Pleas ol Huntingdon county for the benefit of the act made fur the relict of insolvent debtors; and the said court la. appointed the second Monday of November next for hearing mt and my creditors, at Hie coot house in the borough of -Huntingdon; When and where you may attend it vou think proper. D. M. DAVIDSON. ASA s. STEVENS. JAMES CAMPBELL, JOHN MILLER. Aug. 29th 1B10, . I I I , ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

STOVES. The Subscriber respectfully informs the public, that he has on hand a general assortment of ¦ . . COOK, COAL; NINE PLATE STOVESAlso Stove Pipe and Tin. Ware, which he will sell wholesale and retail, at his shop. Bt&iBtBsiv eQ^aia". RP-RVSA'ttMil-(opposite C.Couts Tavern) He hopes by careldl and strict attention to his busbies, to give satisfaction to all to favor him with his patronage, WILLIAM B , ZIGf.tiR. Huntingdon October 16 1838.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

Proclamation. WHEREAS by a precept to me directed by the Judges of. the Common Please of the county ot Hontini'W .bearing test the lath day of August A. D: 1858 lam commanded to to make public Proclaimtion throughout my whole ballewlck that a Court ot Common Please and Orphan's Court will beheld at the Court House in the Borough of Huntingdon, in the county of Huntingdon n the third Monday i,pd 1? day of November A, D. 1838 or the trial ol ail Issues in said court i hich remain undetermined before the said Judges when and where all Jurors, witnesses, and suitors in the trial of all issues is required to attend. Dated nt Hui,;ingilon /the 13th day of Aug. A. D. one thousand eight hundred and thirty eight and the 62nd year of American . Independence. JOS. HIOGINS Sh'ft'. Huntingdon Oct 24, 1838.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

I Proclamation. TO»HEREASby« precept it o me direc->|V. ted dated at Huntingdon on the I8tb day pf August A- I>. one thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight under the hands and srals of the Hon. Thomas Bumsidc. President of the Court of Common Pleas, Oyer and Terminer and general j .il deliverer}- on the 4th judicial distric of P nnsilvania, composed of the counties of Miffln. Huntingdon, Centre, Clearfield, and the Hon. Joseph McCtine and Joseph Adams, his associate Judges of the county of Hunting don. Justices assigned, appointed to hear, try ami determine all and every indictments and presentments made or taken fort or con cerdivr. all crimes which by tlielswsof said State are made felonies of death and all other offences crimes and misdemeanors, which linve Been or shall be committed oi perpetrated within slid County, or all persons which are or shall hearatter be committed for crimes aforesaid—I am commanded to male. Public Proclamation. Throughout my whole ba...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

I\EW JvST.-tRIJ.HH.TIKXr. Tay taring. ISAAC, V. CULIN. RESPECTFULLY Informs the public tl,., he ltfis recently opened a shop & commenced the above business, in the- white frame budding between Market and Allegheny sti-eets . and next dnor.to Either and M'Mur". tries Store, where he is prepared to execute all manner of work In his business in the most neat, substantial, and fashionable manner. He hope*by close application to business, and a desire to please, to, merit a liberal shire ol public patronage All kind of cohntry produce will he taken in exchange for Work done. ' l, , ' Cn "'J ate8t fits h'"'>s f'Otn Philadelphia and New York, arc received quarterly. Wanted an apprentice at the above rs tablislmlont, one from the country would be prelercd.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

TO THE PUBLIC. DK. EVANS' PILLS. TpifJ^aEasi'tfjiaca cs&aa anjaais 4»>by Dr. Wm. Evans' Camomile Tonic and Family Aperient Pills.—Benjamin Brown, corner ot Sbippen 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, eruscatioq, dail y spasmodic pains in the head, loss of appetite, palpitation of the hurt giddiness t:no Stromas of sitht. u'jter inability of engaging In any thing that demanded vigor or courage, sickness ofthe stomach, impaired appetite, coldness and weakness ot the eitremotfes, emaciations, and extreme debdity,' disturbed rest, a sense of pressure and weight at the stomach after eating, great mental despondency, severe flying puma in the chest, back aud' side, cos-UveocsSjladislike for society and conversation, Mr. B- has made trial of various medicines now before the public, but to no effect, until, observing in a public, paper some cures performed by Dr....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

i THE JOURNAL. 'One eoutttry, one constitution, one destiny' IIinitiation Oct. «l I83S. Democratic Jintimasbnte CANDIDATES. FOR PltBSinEftT, «rfUfam ffi-. Vwivtedn OP OHIO. tOU VICE PRESIDENT. iPrancfe Gttun&tti OF NEW YORK. In to-iluys paper, will be found the official rcturs, of the votes for Governor, and the .Amendments to (be Constitution —. with the exception of one county. Mn. HONO, the author of the celebrated speech which lia's gone the rounds in the Whig papers ol'lhe Union; has been re-elected to Congress from the Chilicothe district in Ohio. DIED.—On the day of the Loco Foco jubilee, the Bank ofthe U; S. consef)unce ofa wee dose ol Epecaciianha, yiven hy a youtic; man of Lozk Haven. Go it yc Loco Foco cripples—tlie man with the p-o-k-e-r is after you! "Kensington'' is gone to ftriv York. It is said he is after -'Miss Nancy." Advocate. We wonder if it is one of the "Miss Nancy's," that composed the 'important'' party the Editor ol the Advocate attended one...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 31 October 1838

FOR THE JOURNAL. MR: EDITOR: Now that the long agbiiy is over, arid lhat the friends of Ge'h. Porter have succeeded m electing a candidate ol their choice; the old and warm friends of Hither, hot willing that lie should in the vig. our ot his intellect, re' tiie to his farm, are saying that he is destined for a hi gher & wider sphere of action- -Rimer's name is sbcldsel yidenificd with the prosperity and greatness ol Pennsylvania, tliat long after his enemies shall have sunk into utter oblivion, while he be ranked nrilongs , Pennsylvania's gifted sons. His admin, istratioii, which has been a popular and good one, during which evcY y important interest has been carefully guarded, and every resource fully developed, will be turned to as an epoch in Pennsylvania's history; an administration durin g which new life has been infused Jirito the bod y politic,I and a powerful impulse given to the public mind; an adm nistration during which Pennsy lvailia has been riis. ed out of...

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