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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 8 May 1839

WHO IS GENERAL HARRlS.lN? An editor "out South" inquires—"Who is General Harrison? To this Solomon embryo, we would briefly respond, that if he means the General " Harrison who is now a candidate for the Presidency, he will find, by examining the history of his country, that it is ihe same William Henry Harrison who at the early age of nine teen received a commission from "the father of his country," proceeded to the western wilds, and there received his military education under one of Pennsylvania's most gallant sans. General .Anthony Wayne; nobly sharing in the toils and triumphs of dial ehivahio leader, in what was then a howling wilderness, inhabited by a race of fierce and hard y savages, determined to dispute every inch of ground with the white man. It' is the same William Henry Harrison, whose calm, clear voice was heard above the din ol battle and the horrid yells of a savage foe,on the field of Tippecanoe, urging the gallant sons of the West to deeds of noble daring...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 8 May 1839

DISCONTENT IN ENGLAND. The political situation of the country is very unsettled and unsatisfactory at the present time. The motion of Mr. Villers for a repeal ol the Corn Laws, has been lost by so large a majority as to leave no prospect whatsoever ol'the repeal of those laws, either in the present year or during the existence of the present Parliment at all. The manufacturing and mercantile interests are disappointed and discontented at the prospect of a continuation of the decline in British foreign commerce, as influenced sos clearly by these most destructive laws ' —and, on the other hand, the masses of the people in the manufacturing districts are in a state of almost open preparation for the commencement of a civil war. What is termed the 'Peoples Charter,' is being signed in the manufacturing districts by the people, of whom about 1,'200,000 have already signed this document, and the topil number of signatures is expected to be 2,000,000 before the presentation of the p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 8 May 1839

EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. ALL PERSONS indebted to the Estate of Jacob Snyder, late of Wayne township, Milllin county, deceased, (formerly of Half Moon township, Centre county) are requested to make payment to the subscriber immediately; and those having claims against said Estate, will present them properly authenticated for settlement. . 1. N. THOMPSON, April, lOih 1359. EXECUTOR.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 8 May 1839

WANTED. A MAN that understands the Wool Carding business, with a family, can be supplied with a house at the machine, or a farm convenient. The machine will be rented for one or moryears. Kor terms apply to the subscri bcr, I'nion township, Trough creek, Hut, tingdon countv. ENOCH DEAN. April !0th, 180'. ),

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 8 May 1839

_„._.__ ___ ^ TMEJOIIRJ ^AL. 'One country, one constitution, one destiny Huntingdon , ,11 ay 8, 1839

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 8 May 1839

FLAG OF TIIK PEOPLE! OiT A single term for the Presidency, and the office administered for the whole PEOPLE, and not for a PARTY. Q/ - A sound, uniform and conveniens National (.'ulutKNCV, adapted to the wants of the whole COUNTRY, instead of the SHIN PLAS1ERS brought about by cur present RULKKS. J7"E CONOMV, RETRENCHMENT, and REFORM iri the administration of public affairs, lI7"Tired of Experiments and Experimenters, Republican gratitude will reward unobstruslve merit, by elevating the subaltern of WASHiNGTownnd the dosciplc ol JEFFERSON, ar.d thus resuming the safe and beaten track nf onr fathers,—L. Gazette.}

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 8 May 1839

Democratic •Inlimasouic CANDIDATES. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN, WM.H. HARRISON FOK VICE PRESIDENT DANIEL WEBSTER.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 8 May 1839

EaiinliB9£doii Library Association. We are requested to state that the Library will be removed lo the office formerly occupied bj Dr. Wm. Swoope, now by Dr. Win. Coryell; and that it will be open Saturday week, Irom 2 to 4 o'clock P. M a-.ul everv two weeks thereafter. We arc obliged for once to ask our rea tiers toexcusc us for not issuing a paper The cause was one far beyond our control Our paper maker has never failed to coin, ply with our orders b fore, and on the very day we expected to receive our paper, wc received a letter that he could nut possibly be here before two weeks, consequentl y we were Without papeij now we art again in hopes to move on regularly. AVt trust our patrons will excuse us.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 8 May 1839

The Fip-penny-bil Concern- We have just returned from a tup upon the Summit, where we went to enjoy, for a short time, the good cheer of Mr Marlelt (and which, by the bye, is good,) and we had an oppOt(unity of seeing the opera, lions of Ibis 'ftp affair, ''' the new collect ors office. That important office which wc some time since recorded as having collected one ftp of our state revenue.— Since which time webelicvc they have collected another fip from some poor d—1 who had'mounted a bumping beam and ridden iip'lhe mountain. II e suppose they will demand that 'hey receive the honor of their title, and now be called the 'levcn pence concern. Hut seriously. There never was a grosser violation of right or a more wilful robbery of the peoples purse than the creation of a collectors office on the Summit of the Allegheny mountain'. The whale amount of toll cannot pay the" sallary of the collector, unless h: can persuade some ot the companies lo pay their toll to him' in order lo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 8 May 1839

Eibcrality. I'he present administration have evinced great liberality in appointing aliens to office. While the honest and sober citizen of this country is obliged to take* a back seat, they pick up the pensioner 51 of a foreign power and mpke theni pen sioners upon our Stale Treasury. A Mr Levers, Wei glmiaster at Johnstown, it appears is it this day receiving pay for fighting against thh country, he draws a pension from the II It I T I S H QUEEN, Yet lie is the pampered fool of a parly claiming to be Democratic. Heavcn save the mark. The Democratic Journal bestows flip lash unsparingly upon such high handed measures, whereupon the Mountaineer tells his readers that the Journal is "nailed to the counter," by saying that Mr. Levers "never received a pension for fighting against the United States," Hut he says that "he was a Midshipman in the British Navy and for this he may receive or be entitled to a pension.'' So that with all his nailing he admits himself that the said ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 8 May 1839

Oratory and illusic. Professor Bronson, a gentleman whose abilities to inrtrict upon the above sujccls are unquestionable, delivered a lecture in our town on Saturday evening. Absence from home robbed us of the pleasure of attending the lecture. lie have never heard him, but fame tells a flattering tale of his power to instruct and amuse. He has been lecturing for a few nights and with much success at Hollidaysburg, and yve regret exceedingly that the inhabitants of our town did not give encouragement enough to induce him loslay longer. There is a woeful lack of that spirit which gives encouragement to Lecturers whose labors are calculated to improve the mind and advance his hearers in the scale of intelectual improvement. Nor need we stop here in our censure upon some of the easy besetting sins of our borough, some malicious and evil disposed boys indulged in the amusement of throwing stones through the windows of the Court House during the lecture. We cannot let the opport...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 8 May 1839

Zdlutovfol Summjirii. Yesterday was the day for lha re-assembling of the Legislature. He. shall keep a record of their doings, The bank of the Metropolis has been robbed by one of its clerks, of $.'50,000. The money was all recovered but $200. It appears that the clerk was in the habit of getting most gloriously drunk, and hopes toscreen himself from punishment, by proving that when drunk he is crazy. The distress in Mississi ppi slill coutii - lies, and seems to increase. It is said, that in one day there were 5000 notes offered at the Union Bank for discount, amounting to fifteen millions of dollars. Thousands who have rolled iii luxury ' , are reduced to penury and want. About a year ago, Boston was beset by a gang of London burglars, who committed almost nightly some depredation.— Pursuit finally became so hot upon them, they Ucd the country, and returned to London. By the last arrival ol the Great Western, information was received that some of the gang were again on t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 8 May 1839

NEW SPRING »©®©s. -Bv p^^.,, N. & C, NEWINGHAM, WOULD respectfully inform their friends and the people generally! that they have just received at their on the south side of MARKET ST REET, above the .Market House, a largo assortment of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARD, AND QUEENS WARE, LIQUORS, &c, Consisting of Cloths, Cassimcres, Satinetts, Silks, Calicoes, Chintzes, Ginghams, blcach'd and unbleached M uslins; Teas, Coffee, Sugars , and Molasses ; Gun-locks, Scythes. Cutlery of all kinds, Saws, Chisels, Iron and Steel; Wines, Brandy, Gin, Spirits and Whiskey. They invite all interested to call and satisfy themselves that theirgoeds are of a superior quality, and their •17-TF.KMS MODERATE, ./n May, ath 1831).

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 8 May 1839

ATTENTION! j Huntingdon Infantry. a You will meet at your usujf al ground, in the borough of E g Huntingdon, on Tuesday the JfiL f 28th of Mav, properly equip-EgS! ped for drill, with thirteen §KpM* rounds of blank cartridge, fjgfj arms ill tiring order. ¦fft/ Days of parade for Ihe re-HH maindor of the year: 10th of mJBm - September, 5lh October, and 25th December. Punctual attendance is requested. By order of the Captain. 1). BL.ACK, 0. S. May8,1839. Regimental Trainings. THE enrolled militia of the _R 29th Regiment, 2d Brigade lOlh division Pensylvania mij Sf fltia, will meet for training as /SE§«K The tst Battallion, on Sa-E§H turday the 25th of .May, at H*Tp the house of Robert Kinkcad u If near Waterstreet. \fij The 2d Battallion, on Frilf|| dav, the 2-lth of May, at the ¦ g-JJBuun house of Joshua Raihfon, in Sinking Valley. S. S. DEWEY. Col. 29l'.i Regiment, 2d Brigade, lOlli Division Pennsylvania Militia. The FSJEE BREJD Morse 'wmwmm C^K-EY BEARD WILFJ stand for mare...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 8 May 1839

f-rouiicl!!! A Watch,was found yesterday'moriiing. A *- The owner can have it by calling at this office, proving property, and paying charges. Huntingdon April 10, 1839. Dissolution of Partnership, THE partnership heretofore existing between Joseph, and Joshua Roller and John K. NelV, trading under the firm of Roller and Ned, is this day dissolved by mutual consent, all persons having unsettled accounts with said lirm are particularly requested to call and settle belore the first of June next. N. B. All persons indebted to the firm nf J 4" ¦' Roller, are requested to make immediate payment otherwise their accounts will be disposed of according to law. Williamsburg March 26, 1339. p. Thrashing Machines. STRAUB and LONG docs continue to carry on the business at their sliop in Hun tingdon where Farmers can be accommodated, where John Swltzer is their agent to transact all business for tlu-m. STKAUB&LONG N. B. John Swltzer i-, authorised to collect all money due, A. B. and G. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 8 May 1839

JOHN MARSHALL W ILL be let to a FEW Marcs this sea son. He will stand at the stable of John McCahen, on his farm opposite the bo rough of Huntingdon. The sensi n to u BLOOD Mare, calculated to breed for the TURF, will be - - - S:->5(K) Insurance .... 50,00 Hates, to farm Mares, will below, for Hie purpose of encouraging an improved stock, and will be regulated to suit their owners, The season will terminate on the first day nf July. For further particulars apply to John Crcsswcll, or John McCahen, both, cI Huntingdon. , N. B. JOHN -MARSHAL!,. Is well known to be a HORSE ol the best stock in the United States ; whose constitution ami powers have been so satisfactorily tr? ted, that his owners deem a history "of his pedigree entirely unnecessary. lie will leave this State n-xt fall, consequently the present season is the last chance of ot ceding from him. April 3, 1839. .lm. LIST of letters remaining in the Pest Office at Mill Creek, Pa, Seth E. Howland 2 John Hurst, n ? Rich...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 8 May 1839

HYMENEAL. " The silken tic that binds two willing hearts. MARRIED**On Thursday the 18th ot April, by the Rev, G. L. Urown, Mr. BENJAMIN F. IIAIITJIAN, Merchant, at Nell's Mills, to Miss PE.VINA, daughter of Mr. Thomas WILSON, all of Huntingdon counlv. On 'I hursday the 2d of May, by P. Lang. Mr. PETER VANDEVENDER, to Miss CATHERINE SHRINER, all of Mo Connelstow;>, Huntingdon county.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 8 May 1839

OCrFarmers Look Hcrc.^co NEW PLOUGH MANUFACTORY. rgnHH SUI3SCRIUKR has commenced JL Manufacturing SIDE-MILL and BAR-SHEAR PLOUGHS, on the latest and most approved plan, in the Borough ol IlcN-risuuoN, Allegheny street,in tin shop formerl y occupied by John Lailck. All orders in his lino will be thankful ly received and promptly attended to. Call and see for yourselves. JOB Pl.VMPTON, April '21, 1839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 8 May 1839

Brigade Orders.] THE Volunteers and JKililla composing the second Brigade of the 10th Division P. M.will Train as follows, viz;—J5y Companies, on Monday the Cth day of May next. The .Battalion Tiainings will commence with the Frst f5.itia.lionof the 151st Regiment, ar.d will be inspected in the following order; lolst regiment, First Battalion, on Monday the 13th day of May next. Second Battalion, on Tuesday the 14th, 140 Regiment, Second Battalion, on Wednesday the 15th. First Battalion, on Thursday the lOlh ti-jd 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 .Battalion, on Tuesday the 2 tst. Second Battalion, on Wednesday the 2'2d. The Second Battalion of Huntingdon and Centre Volunteers, on Thursdav the 23d. 29th Regiment, Second Battalion, on' Friday the 24th. First Battalion, on Saturday the 25th. 142 Regiment Philip...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 8 May 1839

- J¥*ew Stove!! !$. m. & w- ^wmraii Would inform the public generally NEW DRY GOODS have arrived; and arc now open lor examination at llieir Store formerly the Hun tingdon Bank, and latterly occupied b\ L. Gotta, opposite the store of Swoopc & son. Among them a comprised and extensive assortment of FASHIONABLE DRY GOOD^ Consisting of Cloths, Cassimers, Sattinetls, and Veslings, Muslin Ddeanes, Chintzes, Gighams, Collicoes, and Painted A/us lins, Silks, Satins, Shielings , Bleached and Unbteachcd Muslims, Linen & Cotton Drillings, and a large as sortment of Fancy articles, Groceries, Glass, and Q:eensware, Hard Hare, and Culler;/, and Nails, Shear, Cast and Blister steel; assorted ivindjw Gluse; Looking Glasses; and every article necessary for a complete country store. The public are requested to call, as they are determined to (£j ~ SELL C Ii E A 1'. _co April 3d, 183U. ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. ALL persons knowing themselves indebted to the estate of Samuel M...

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