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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 27 March 1839

RAIL ROAD MEETING. At a large and respectable meeting ot the citizens of An lis township, convened in the public school-room, on Friday evening, the 15th day of March, for the purpose of expressing thoir views with regard to the proposed rail road from Uollidayeburg io Huntingdon. The meeting was organized by appointing D. O. HUNTER, President; JACOB IGOV and JOSEPH IIOLLAK , junr. Vice Presidents ; and Joseph Buttenburg and Joseph Green, Esq. Secretaries. On motion, the Chair appointed a committee of twenty to report a preamble and resolutions for the consideration of the meeting ; who, after retiring for a short time, made, through Jehn Campbell, their chairman, the following report: In view of the rapidly increasing trade upon the main line of our public improvements, which, although now very considerable, may as yet be said to be but in its infancy, and of the much greater amount which will crowd upon this great thoroughfare, when the Eric extension, and the cross cuts to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 27 March 1839

Police Office. LOVE AND LARCSNV A grave com* plaint, which had rather a ludicrous denouement, uas made yesterday at the Police office by a Mr. Paul Ware, who keeps a dry good store in John street. Mr. Ware is a sage looking gentleman, some fifty years old, and the person he complained of is a blooming young lady, named Catherine B. Skinner, about five and twenty. The young woman it appeared, had been for some time in Mr. Ware's employment, and according to his statement had robbed him of sundry pieces of silks, satins and other articles to numerous to mention, amounting in all to the sum of $165, which articles, or a great part of them, were fonnd at the lady's lodgings. In reply to so serious a charge the lady alleged, that, in the first place, the property found with her was her own, and formed the balance of a stock of goods remaining since she had been doing business on her own account, and second " ly, the lad y alleged that Mr. Ware's complaint was occasionod not by her ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 27 March 1839

T. W. DyoM in Prison. Our readers will remember, in the days of shinplasters, to have seen those of the "Manual Labor Bank" issued by T. W. Dyotf. We never handled them, because wc knew, that they were as worthless as brown paper, fie were right. He has circulated some hundred thousand dollars of them, on a specie basis of $266. Independent of this, he received into his Bank seventy-two thousand dollars of the savings of the poor laborers, and widows, & such industrious poor as could lay away a penny fora rainy day. //here all this has gone, no body kuowns. After it was conveniently disposed of, like other grea t men, he wanted to take the Benefit; but he failed, and is in a lair way to get his deserts. He was held to bail in ten thousand dollars, to answer the charge of fraud alent insolvency. He could not get it, and was obliged to take a residence in Moyamensing prison, to await his trial-Our verdict is . served him ri ght. What a pity all such rascals cannot get ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 27 March 1839

INTERESTING LETTER. We invite attention to the following let tcr from Ex-Governor Ritner, to the com mittee on the Militia System of the House in reply to a resolution calling upon him for certain information relative to the calling out of the troops to surpress the mob at the meeting ofthe Legislature. HARRISBUIIG, 5th Feb., 1839. Sir: I received at a late hour last even ing your communication of yesterday date containing [a resolution adopted by the committee on the militia svstemofthe House of Representatives, of which you are chairman, requesting Jme to inform the committee, whether at the time I issued my orders to Major General Patterson, to call into service the volunteer troops under his command, I notified the Brigade Inspectors of the 1st. Division, through the Adjutant General, the time of service for which the said detatchment was required—and also, whether I issued an order to General Alexander, ofthe llth Division, P. M., to discharge the troops under his command...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 27 March 1839

LATEST FROM MEXICO. From the New Orleans Courier, Mareh it The schooner G. H. Wetter, Captain Oetville, arrived last evening from Vera Cruz, which place she left on the 25th ult. reports that there were about sixteen French vessels of war, and about twelve English off the coasts. Packenham was expected to arrive from the city of Mexico, to hold a conference with the French admiral, the object of which was not known. An American Consul murdered under sanction of Mexican authorities.—We have seen a letter addressed to one of our most respectable commercial houses in this city, from the coast of Mexico, from undoubted authority, which states that \lr. Langdon, the American Consul for Laguna De Terminas, died a few days previous from blows received from a negroe at Laguna. (under sanction ol one of their Justices) & after being most cruell y treated he was sent to a dungeon where he remained three ni ghts with condemned criminals, from whence he succeeded in making his...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 27 March 1839

Distressing Occurrence. Ihe Bridgeton Chronicle of Saturday last says: "On Tuesday evening of last week, the wife of Mr. David Elwell, of Sloe Creek township, about six miles from this place, left her bed in dishabille, while the family were eating supper in another part of the house. Mrs. Elwell, we understand, had been confined to her room for two years past, and during the last year, the greater part of the time to her bed, and almost hel pless. She made her egress from a window same feet from the ground, and from the impression of her socks which she wore, upon the ground, she was tracked to within a short distance of an adjoining mill pond, into which it was supposed she plunged herself, and which proved to be the melanchol y fact—leaving a kind and affectionate husband to mourn his loss. Every effort to find her had proved unsuccesful until Thursday morning last when about sixty of our citizens voluvteered their services for a general search which proved succassful. She ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 27 March 1839

BliTIENEAL. '' The silken tie that binds two willing hearts. MARRIED—On the 21st instant, by Mr. J. H. Stonebraker, Mr. GEOKGE WASHINGTON GlLLMOHE, to Miss MABV ANN CAMPBELL, all of Franklin township, Huntingdon county. On the same day, by the same, Mr. MICHAEL KLINE, of Cambria county, to Miss RACHEL PARKta, of Franklin township, Huntingdon countv.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 27 March 1839

OBITUARY. "In the midsi oj lije we are in death." DIED—On Tuesday, the 19th inst. JOHN CRAWFORD Esq., ot West township aged about 65 years. On Sunday, the 24th, Mr. THOMAS Fon-SHEY, of this township, aged about 60 yrs. On yesterday morning, very suddenly, at his residence below Mill Creek, Mr, ABIIAM VANDEVF.NDER, aged 51 years.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 27 March 1839

Public Sale. WILL be sold during the week of nex, April court in Huntingdon , the fol lowing tracts of land situate in Springfield & Union townships, knowing as Meridiths & M'Calt's land, viz: 374 acres 135 perches, more or less, surveyed in the name of John Harrett, situate on Hare's creek on the road leading from Huntingdon to Three springs. 232 acres 117 perches, more or less, surveyed in the name of John Hooper, situate on the waters of Three spring creek, adjoining land, now or late of John Campbell. 291 acres, 93 perches, more or loss, surveyed in the names of Wm. Wright and John Harrett, lying about one mile from Three springs. 236 acres 133 perches, more or less, surveyed in the name of Wm. Wright situate on the head waters of Trough creek, between Ray's hill and S'dling bill, called Cole's old place. 286 acres, 130 perches, more or less, sur veyed in the name of Wm. Wright and Jas Crookham, situate or. the waters of Sidling hill creek, about ,six miles fro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 27 March 1839

IMIMBM PROPERTY •HI. Public Sale. "WK/TLL be sold on the premises] on »* Friday the 12th of April, 2 tracts of land in Wayne township Mifllin County; one tract containing four hundred acres; hounded by lands of John Lowther, 'J'. J. Postlethwait. and Matilda Furnace. About forty acres of which arc cleared; and the remainder well timbered, with two LOG LOUSES &. A DOUBLE J?A7?N H fi and a good apple orchard thereon. The land is of good quality, and abundantl y supplied with good water. One other tract, containing eighty acres of good limestone land, adjoining lands of James Drake, Hanawalts , , Matilda Furnace, and others; about forty acres of which are cleared. There is on ita never failing stream of water, and an eli gible sit for . water power. It is suppo sed that there is an abundance of Iron Ore on both the above tracts. Persons wishing to purchase, will please call upon the subscriber living near Newtown-hamilton, who will give any informa tion desired, and show them...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 27 March 1839

Sheriff's Sales. ¦ J»Y virtue of sundry writs ol Ficra Fa-M -9 cias Sic. issued out of the court of Common Pleas of Huntingdon County, & to m: directed, will be exposed to public Saleat the comt house in Huntingdon, on the llth day of April next, at ten o'clock A. Mi the following property viz: Two adjoining Lots ot ground situate i" the borough of Huntingdon, adjoining Lot of Wm, Dorris .n the east, and a 1' t of Jno Mitchell on the west, fronting on Washington street, each fifty feet, and extending at ru-rht angles thereto feet to Mifflin st. the same being numbred 150 and 151 in the plan of said borough; and having thereon erected a two story bouse and stable. Seized and taken urder execution and to be sold as the property ot Wm. Simpson ALSO All that part of a certain tract of landip the name of Wm. Foresythe, situate ir, Allegheny township Huntingdon county, adjoining lands of Jas. Alexander, John Gardner, Johnathan Launce and others, containing one hundred and one ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 27 March 1839

Look Out! Will be sold from horses down to Needles, on Friday, March 29 CONSISTING of 13 new beds aim bedsteads, one new side board, one eight day clock with a lon<r case, I ditto mantle clock, bureaus, tables, chain, 2 settees, stands, carpels, cooking stove, small clipitic spri.ig carriage with haims, ¦ 2 setts ol" wagon hind gears, head halters, one lad y's, one man's, and one wagon sadu!o, 'J Js7.cn new bags, i**on kettle, tubs, lot of liquor, bairels, molasses by the gallon, sugar and coffee by the pound, 2 barrels vinegar, and many other articles too numerous to mention. " Especially kitchen furniture. 3 GOOD COWS. Sale to commence at ten o'clock, prcsisely. Six months credit will be given for sums over go; and over 2, three months, but notes with approved securities will be required. Good attendance will be given, without money and without price by JACOB II. STOVER Yellowsprings March 13, 1839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 27 March 1839

CAUTION!!! WHEREAS my wife Juliann, left my bed and board, without ary provocation or cauFe. This is to notify all persons, that 1 will pay no bills incured by her, or on her account, as I consider her no longer my wife. JAMES KELLY. Williamsburg, March 20 l659-3t 111 the Court of Common Pleas of Huntingdon county-Jonathan Rhule "") Scire Facics, sur vs. | Mechanics lien, Jeorge Cullebaugh ^ filed in the said £. Mary his wife for-| Court, nerly M. Berringer. ) j To all persons interested. TAKE notice, that the plantifl'above named, has filed a Mechanics lien, in Inc said court, for the sum ot one thousand ind seventy dollars and forty eight cents, md with interest against A TWO STORY BRICK DWELLING, with a stone basement story, twenty four ft in front, by thirty five feet deep; erected built, and situated on lot No. 210 in Juniata street in the new town plotoftho borough of Ilollidaysburg, which said lot (runts on said Juniata street, sixty feet, and extends back alri ght angles...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 27 March 1839

NEW &TOKE. S. S. & W. M'MUP.TRIH, "VX^Ollld respectfully inform the citizens . W w ot this county, that they intend openm Sa complete Store of Entire Mtv Goods, in the borough of Huntingdon, in the building formerly occupied by the Huntingdon Bank, and latterly by L. Gotta, . opposite the store of Swonpe and Son. As soini as the navigation will permit, sheir supply of goods will be here, of which public notice will be given. Their friends and the public in general .ire invited to call and examine for themselves. They may rest assured, that they will be enabled to sell on terms as moderate, as any ether establishment. Hun'ingdin, Maicn 6, 1839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 27 March 1839

Executor's Notice. iVLL persons indebted to the Estate of ••Wm, Weston late of Warriorsmark tp. Huntingdon County deceased, 1 are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims against said'Estate are requested to present them properly authenticated for payment at their residence in Warriorsmark towbship. THOS. WESTON. MARTIN WESTON March, 27, 1339.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 27 March 1839

DISSOLUTION OF PAmsr WEmsaaaa* , TBTOTICE is (hereby fgiven, to all per. JJ^ sons interested, that the partnership hetetofore existing between Adam & John Warfle, is dissolved by mutual consent. The books are in the hands of Adam Warfle at the old stand. Persons knowing themselves indebted to said firm, are requested to call and settle: and those having claims will please present them, AD KM fVARFLE, JOHN trABFLE. Henderson township. March 20, 1839-3t.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 27 March 1839

Proclamation. WHEREAS by a precept to me directed dated at Huntingdon, the 19th day of January A. D. one thousand eight hundred and thirty nine under the hands and seals of the Hmw Thomas Burnside, President of the Court of Common Pleas, Oyer and Terminer, and general jail deliv ery of the 4th judicial district of Pennsylvania, composed of the counties of Mifflin, Huntingdon, Centre, Clcarfiold, and Jefferson, and the Hon. Joseph McCunc and John Kerr his associate Judges of the county of Huntingdon, justices assigned, nppointctl to near, try, and determine all and every indictments, and presentments made or taken for or concerning all crii.ics, which by the laws of the State are made capital or felonies of death and all other offences, crimes and misdemeanors, which have been or shall be committed or perpetrated within the said county, or all persons which are or shall hereafter be committed or be perpetrated for crimes aforesaid—I am commanded to make. Public Proclamation. ..,.,....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 27 March 1839

A Miller Wanted Immediatel y. AT Union Furnace, with or without a •™* family, either on sallary or shares, none but a sober temperate man will be acceptable. Personal application is requi-5HCIIAEL WALLACE.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 27 March 1839

Mlunlingdon County SS. ^g &f&k The Commonwealth of Fenn jMv*^ffis . vlva '!'; '. <" Benjamin Kngearl i^flMSf hite. of said County Greeting. -^jj-j^" IFliereas, Judith Engeart, by her next friend, Abner Llovd, did on the 24th day of November, A. D. 1808, prefer her petition to our Judges of the Court of Common Pleas of said county, praying that, for the causes therein set forth; she- mi g ht be divorced from the bonds of matrimony, entered into, with you, the said Benjamin. Now wc therelore command you, the said Benjamin, as before you were commanded, that setting aside all other business and excuses whatsoever you be and appear before our Judos at Huntingdon, at a Court of Common. Pleas, there to" be held for the said county, on the second Monday in April next, to show cause if any you have, why the said Judith, your wife, should not be di. voiced from the bonds of matrimony; agreeably lo the act of Assembl y in such case, made and provided. Hereof fail not ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 27 March 1839

ORPHAN'S eOVBT SALE TTN pursuanceof an order ot the Orphan's -"- Court, of Huntingdon county, will be exposed to sale by publx vendue or outcry, on the premises, on Thursday 28lh day of March inst., the following described real estate, belonging to the estate of Dr. James Trimble dee'd., to wit: About SO acres ot land, adjoining the borough of Alexander, in said county, adjoining lands of GemmiPs heirs, and others, several lots of ground in the said borough, and several lots of WOOD LAISD & OUT LOTS on the North Kastside ofthe Pennsylvania canal, adjoining lots of Hiram Marlot and others—A plot or description ol tho 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 confir mation of sale, and the residue in one vear thereafter with interest to be secured by the bonds and mortgage of purchasers. T. P. CAMPBELL, Clk. Attendance will be given at the time and place ol sale, by...

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