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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 April 1839

DEATH OF HEZEKIAH NILES. We regret to learn that this event, which his friends have for some time anticipated, took place at // ilmington Deleware on the 2nd inst. He had been for several years in declining health, the result of a life of great labor, as the publisher of (he "Register," which has rendered his name immortal. Mr NILES was a printer, by profession, a man of strong and ardent feelings, of considerable talent and of an industry so untiring (hat he. achieved results which men of superior intellect, but less capable of labour, woul I have failed to accomplish. He was besides a (rank, honorable, independent and truly republican spirit, simple in his manners and habits, affectionate to his family, liberal to those employed in the prosecution ol his business, disinterested and public spirited. His life was one of great usefulness, and lew men in our country have more to connect their names, in an honorable manner, with the public enterprises in which the Ihe .vellare of...

Publication Title: Huntingdon Journal
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 April 1839

From the Frontier. Things are in a bad state at the North, Hardly a night passes, without a burning on one side oi the other. On Friday of last week, a barn and shed owned by Charles Miller, of St. Armand, was burned down, together with its contents, consisting of eight horses, ten cows, two oxen, five calves and a large quantity of hay. The Missiskoui Standard says that the perpetrators of (his act were traced several miles in the direction of Swanton, but that suspicion docs not rest upon any person in particular. As a matter of course this led to retaliation, and on Ihe following nisrht two barns I were burned on this side, one which, wc believe, was owned by J. Bare, of Highgate, Two companies of the Hi gh gate militia were under arms on Monday, and a gentleman who came through on " Tuesday informed us that excitement was at its highest pitch. We further learn that the incendiaries on tins side were in one instance recognised as belonging to the volunteers. They were fir...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 April 1839

From the N. O. lice. FROM TEXAS. By a late arrival wc have received Houston papers (o the 2d inst, inclusive. They, however, contain little that is novel or interesting. A new daily paper is to be issued in Houston, to be called the Evening Star, and to be devoted to Commerce agriculture, &c. It is to be edited by John W. Eldridge, of whose abilities the Telegraph speaks highly. The Telegraph contains a violent phillipic against the government, for authorizing the steam vessel Zivala, now running as a packet between New Orleans and Galveston, to charge ©Go in Texas proimsary notes, as the price of passage It seems that the other vessels onl y charge 6-10 in specie, or current bank notes of New Orleans: and the Congress of Texas passed a law that these promisary notes shall be received as cash for all dues to the government, this regulation of the Zavala is equivolent to a discrediting on the part of the government of its own issues. The Telegraph notices a fraud whic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 April 1839

From the New York 7ranscript. INFAMOUS OUTRAGE. On yesterday morning, about 1 o'clock, as some twenty young men, some of them firemen, were peaceably reposing in the 2d|story of the Manhaten House, in Duane street, between Elm and Broadway—their dormitory was invaded b y from 100 or 150 ruffian like fellows, who sprung upon them in bed, stamped upon their faces, bodies and limbs, and beat and bruised (hem terribly. A portion of them fled in their night clothes, half naked. One man was robbed of 150 or 170 dollars. Another was chased towards Broadway, knocked down and robbed of bis coat, which he had on his arm; a third was thrown out of the window, on the pavement in the back yard, a height of IS feet, and scriourly injured; and fourteen in all the number, ' were dreadfull y beaten, and five of them conlined to their beds, one in particular, is unable to be removed. After efiectin"- (he diabolical purpose for which Ihev came " the rioters left, leaving the beds a.\d walls st...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 April 1839

Thrashing Machines. S1HAUH and LONG docs continue to carry on the business at their shop in llun tmgdon where Farmers can be accommodated, where John Bwitser is their agent to transact all business for them. STRAUB&I.ONG N. H. John Swltser is authorised to collect all money due, A. 15. and G. II. Long, desirous of getting their business to a close, customers will please to pay as soon as possible. . , . , VT A. H & G. II. LONG Huntingdon Nov. 2, 1838—p

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 April 1839

A Miller Wanted Immediately AT Union Furnace, with or without a xm- family, either on sallary or shares, none but n sober temperate man will be acceptable. Personal application is required. MICHAEL WALLACE.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 April 1839

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 April 1839

Huntingdon Library Association. We arc requested to state that the Library will be removed to the office formerly occupied bj Dr. Wm. Swoope, now b y Dr. Wm. Coryell; and that it will be open Saturday week, from 2 to 4 o'clock P. M. and every two weeks thereafter.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 April 1839

Thathteus Stevens, Esq. Wc cannot let the present occasion pass without devoting a small shaicof our columns to the distinguished individual whose name furnishes a head to (his article. The whole of his energies for a number of years have been devoted to the welfare of our Slate. Notwithstanding which, he has been the subject ol unceasing abuse of the pensioned and corrupt, who oppose him in party politics; and when the names of his abusers shall rest in dumb forgetfulness, or remembered only for their iniquities, his name will be green in the remembrance of every lover ot equal education; and an extensive as well as a useful system of public improvement. Wc are led to these remarks because wc have felt the absence of his giant mind from the Dull of Legislation, at the last session. Nor can wc forgo the present opportunity, to call on Mr. Stevens, by the love he bears our State—b y (he devotion he has always shown to (he desires of the people—by his love of order and hatred ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 April 1839

TMM JOV^^ 'One country, one constitution , one destiny Huntingdon , April 34, 18 39

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 April 1839

Democratic ,1mimasonic CANDIDATES. FOR PRESIDENT, BEN.WM.H. HARRISON lOli VICE PRESIDENT \ DANIEL WEBSTER.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 April 1839

FLA« OF THE FEOP&E! OCT A single term for the Presidency, and the office administered for the whole PEOPLE, and not for a PARTY. JV A sound, uniform and convenien) National CURRENCY , adapted to the wants of the whole CoUNTRV, instead of the SHIN PLASTERS brought about by our present RULERS. il/-licoNoniv, RETRENCHMENT, and REFORM in the administration of public affairs, itjT'Vin-A of Experiments and Experimenters, Republican gratitude will reward unobstrusive merit, by elevating the subaltern of WASHINGTON and the do.«ciple of JEFFERSON, and thus resuming the safe and beaten truck of our Fathers,—L. (Gazette.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 April 1839

The Extra Scsston. On the 7th of may the Legislature again assembles; Siif this Extra Session is to Lc of the same do nothing character as (he Winter Session, they had far better stay at home, and we feel confident that it will. Perhaps they may pass some laws to accomodate them to (lie new constitution. but that will be all. We feel assured that some of the plainest implied provisions will be disregatded, for no other reason than to retain the power in the hands of the Governor. The whole character of the instrument is democratic, bringing every thing nearer to and nio.e under the control of the pco. pie, and its framers claimed to be governed by that motive. We then call upon the people to watch well and see il this "Dog Keeper'''' Government does not wilfully disiegard the expressed wish of the people. Nothing is of greater importance to the State of Pensylvania than that her canals & rail roads should be under a supervsion not liable to continued and sudden chang...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 April 1839

7-Mtovirtl SummavD A colored boy 12 years old, was committed to prison in Philadelphia, last week, for setting fire to a shed. He had an accomplice who escaped. Maryland has passed a law prohibiting the wicked practice of betting on elections. Will not Pennsylvania "go and do likewise." Some beautiful specimens of gold have been found in Texas, among the mountains, 150 miles N. W. of Bexar. It is said to equal in purity the gold of Peru. We see by the papers that the "multicaulis'' speculation, is taking a new course. A fellow in New Jersey has been committed for stealing—morusmulticaulis, A man was killed on the Ilarlacm rail road, by jumping olf the cars while they were in motion. How strange that the every day occurrence of such, accident?: will not tiach people care, There was a rumor current in Boston that the royal troops had taken possession ot the disputed territory in Maine.— Humor will . Damigcsof $-1000 have been awarded by the court in Catskill, N. Y. for stabs...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 April 1839

Brigade Orders. TIIK Volunteers and' Militia composing the second Brigade of the 10th Division P. M. will Train as follows, viz."—By Companies, on Monday the 6th day of May next. The Battalion Trainings will commence with the Fist Battaliouofthe 151st Regiment; and will be inspected in the following Older: I.list regiment, First Battalion, on Monday the 13th day of May next. Second Battalion, on Tuesday the 14th. 1-19 Regiment, Second Battalion, on Wednesday the 15th. First Battalion, on Thursday the IGth Gad Regiment, Frst Battalion, on Friday the 17th. Second Battalion, on Monday the 20th, The First Battalion Huntingdon county Volunteers will be inspected with the 2d Battalion, 62d Regiment, 32d Regiment, First Battulion. on Tuesday the 21st. Second Battalion, on Wednesday the 22.1. The Second Battalion of Huntingdon and Centre Volunteers, on Thursdav the 23d. 20th Regiment, Second Battalion, on Friday the fUtn. First Battalion, on Saturday the 23th. 142 Regiment Philipsburg F...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 April 1839

P1IE FIP-PENNY-BIT CONCERN . From the Hollidaysburg Register. By the following receipt it will be seen the lip-penny-bit concern on the Summit is really doing a business. Many of our readers were disposed to doubt our sincerity when we announced that a Collectors office had been established on the sumit of the Allegheny Mountain, and considered it a mere burlesque ; but now we set before them thaprorf—the undo?/, able and incontestible proof, lhat. such an establishment is in existauce! and is doin g a busincs! —but such a business!! It will be born in r.i' ind that to do this business THREE. NEW OFFICERS were created, the occupants ot which are receiving from gl 50 to S3 00 each, per day, and 111 one of the offices, it will be perceived by the leccipt, there is a clerk but whether at the expense of the Commonwealth we cannot say. The economy of the Porter adniin[Stiation is strikclingly illustrated. To cath a fin or so occasionally, three offices are created at an expense...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 April 1839

HYMENEAL. " The silken tie that binds two willing hearts. MARKIED—On Thursday last, at ^ Loysburg, by the Rev. Mr. Gibson, Mr. JAMES B. FRAMPTON, merchant of Hollidaysburg, to Miss MAUY, daughter of Martin LOY, Esq. of Loysburg, Bedford county, Pen 11. ¦ ... II^IW I. ,m III II llll.ll ¦ ! I ¦ I I II , f ll'f ¦" , ¦¦¦ ¦ ! 1 Tfrr Til1lll WTT W..M. I -~ . I—^ T^—T OlMTaJAKY. "In the midst oj life ive are in death." ! DIED--O11 Saturday, the 13ih inst. - [Mr. SAMUEL MILLER, of West township, y aged about Co years. | On Sunday, the 14th inst. Mr. DAVID l DEAD, of Walker township, aged 29 yrs. 1 i a ¦ 'a I CCrFariiicrs Look Hcrc.J^o NEW PLOUGH MANUFACTORY. THE SUBSCRIBER has commenced Manufaeturing SIDE-HILL and BAR-SHEAR PLOUGHS, on the latest and most approved p lan, in the Borough ol H UNTINGDON , Allegheny street, in the shop formerly occupied by John Lauek. All orders in his line will be thankful- ly received and promptly attended to. Call and see for yourselves. JOB PLYMPTON; ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 April 1839

wmm itsiOT FOREIGJf LITERATURE SCTEAt* A!*Jj ART Is published every month by I". Little & Co.,213 Chesnut Street, Philadelphia for six dollars ayear, payable in advance. Distant subscribers are requested to remit a Sj «otenn account. With the ytar 13.18 begins the Fourth Vn umc of a New Series, complete sets ofwh.ch can be furnished at Two Dollars and a bull jound. The New .Series is begun because weary no longer able to supply orders foi complete sets of the old. JOHN MARSHALL, ^KlflLL be let to a KEW Mares this sC;i - w w son. He will stand at the stable oi John McCahcn, on his bum opposite the borough ot Huntingdon, The season to a BLOOD Mare, calculated to breed for the TUBF, will be - - . $25 , 00 Insurance .... 5(»,{}<) Kates, to farm Mares, will below, for the purpose of encouraging an improved stock, and will be regulated to suit their owner;;. The season will terminate on the first day nf July. For further particulars apply t'n Julio Cresswell, or John Mc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 April 1839

Dissolution of Partnership ^ THE partnership heretofore existinnbetween Joseph, and Joshua Roller and John K. Nell", trading under the firm of Roller and Nell, is this day dissolved bv mutual consent, all persons having unsettled accounts with said firm are particularly requested to call and settle before (•u first of June next. N. B. All persons indebted to the linn of J ij- J Roller, are requested to make immediate payment otherwise their accounts will be disposed of according tc law. Williamsburg March 26, U30. p.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 April 1839

FOR SALE OR BENT . The subscriber oilers for rent, his iilacksmiih Shop. and one goad set of tools, situated on the main road by the Warm springs, about 11 miles from Huntingdon, and about one quarter ol a mile from Couchc's mill. To a good steady man, he will rent or let on shares, the above shop. The shop is on a part of a farm contain ing about 115 acres 10 acres cleared, and a gooi cabin house and smill orchard, [and Ihe above blacksmith shop] thereon, near the house there it a NEVER FAILING SPRING." and; he will sell the whole, upon the most reasonable terms. To any person wishing to buy the whole, or rent the shop—The most accommodating terms will be given. For particulars, enquire on the premises of ROBERT LOGAN. Barree township, Hunting-? don co. Feb, -28,1839--3tj NEW DRUG, & CHEMICAL STORE. THE subscriber would respsectfully inform the citizens of Huntingdon and its vicinity, that he intends, as so >n as the navigation opens, to open a New Drug and Chemi...

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