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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 21 November 1838

FLAG OF TIBfi; PEOPLE! OO" A single t=rm for the Presidency, and he office administered for the whole PEOPLE, and not for a PARTY. jj/" A sound, uniform and convenienj National C URRENCY, adapted to the wants of the whole COUNTRY, instead of the SHIN PLASTERS brought about by our present RULERS. JI7*E CONOMY, RETRENCHMENT, and REFORM 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 of JEFFERSON, and thus resuming the safe and beaten track of onr Fathers,—L. Gazette.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 21 November 1838

NEW YORK We said we would hurrah! if we carried New York, and we will hurrah! hurrah! hurrah!! hurrah!!! Now altogether hurrah! The result in New York is most glorius. Two years ago Marcy, the Loco, wasclec ted by 29000 majority over Judge Duel. Now Seward (Whig!) has beaten him 10,000—"a'mt that ere almighty splendifferous" as Major Jack would say. I rather guess it is now. But wait a bit thai s only & sprinkle of the news. Two years ago out of 40 members of Congress, the Slam Bang, ^-co. party elected 80" the Whigs but 10—being 20 majority' This year the Whigs have elected a majority. Why dont you hurrah/ Cainbreleng is beaten that another victory/ hurrah/ again. Eli Moore is beaten! thats another, hurrah! once more. "We must push the war into Africa." — Albany Argus. We suppose Crosswell, like Dickey M. fig hts for the "beauty and booty" ol that country. win il J—SB——"When the election is over in New York perhaps the federal papers will cease their lying about the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 21 November 1838

The Suits. As no little anxiety exists, as to what would pro':ably be the fate of certain suits, pending in the courts of this county in which the character & conduct of the Governor elect of Pennsylvania, was li-some extent implicated, we feel called upon to ucticc any action that may be had there on. Both suits in question were called np at the present court. 'That of M'Murtrie vs. K. B. Patton and D. R, Porter was continued at the request of the plaintiff, until a special court in June. This continuance seems to be the cause of much rejoicing among the fri ends of the surviving defendant. We wonder not a little at it. There is nothing can be effected now by their misrepresentation; anil should the jury of peers, decide agains' the defendant, they have placed themselves in a somewhat rcdiculous position. We have no desire to assume an equally foolish one. What were the motives of the continuance, it is not for us to sav. If the plantiff has not justice in his cla...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 21 November 1838

National Convention. We publish in another column the pre cecdings of the National Convention, 41' have placed at the head of our column* the candidates of their selection. HAR . RISOM and WEBSTER. We feel assured that every patriot will at once agree thai no better choice could have been made, The ticket unites all the Worth of the soldier & potriot, with the talent & cheis ' gy of the statesman, of the East. We have not room to notice it farther this week.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 21 November 1838

The Late Election—The Contests- Never perhaps has there been an elec" ticn iu this state characterised, by more animosity, and bitterness of feeling — never certainly within our knowledge. Never has there been one which gave so great evidence of extensive fraud and corruption. Both parties are undoubtedly culpable—both desire 'cenfure and exposure if the scenes of iniquity can be opened to view. What led, in a great measure, to both of the above violations of propriety, was the system of betting. Persons became interested more in their losses or winnings, than in the preservation ol the purity of the elective franchise, or the success of-pure principles. 'Thus the channels of justice became corrupted, and ill feeling engendered and the prospect of loosing, large sums of money, destroyed every friendly and social intercourse—t he warm and'devoted friends of to-day, became the excited, and almost frantic foes of to-morrow. Such is the fact. And it is indeed a humiliating jpict...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 21 November 1838

JfMorris Township. Most of our readers will remember the conduct of certain return judges who met at the Court House in last October. In their mi ghty sovereignity, they violated the law which says, "the r, turn judges shall meet and add up the number of votes which shall appear ft be gieen"—and openly refused to do so; because they were not allowed to throw off a whola district, in which they said immense Irauds had been committed. This act ot theirs gave the Senators ol their partv, a majority and certificate of election. So certain were that party, that they could prove that imaginary frauds that a suit was instituted against the holders ol the election in that district for fraud. During the last week, the case brought before the grand j ury, and some dozen, or more of witnesses brought to prove the crime and liaud enacted in Morris township. The grand jury after, a careful and impartial hearing, returned the Bill "lgnoramous,'' and the county has to pay the costs. Afte...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 21 November 1838

Well done New .York m ' BALL! W 4 Why doiit you hurrah for New York ! Hurrah! we say. Why don't you all liurrnli! " Hurrah for Freedom's Jubilee I Ood bless OUR Native Land !"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 21 November 1838

ITEMS A youngman was killed by the accidental discharge of hisgun, while gunning on Saturday the 10th inst, back of Camden N. J.—his hamewas Wilcox. A correspondent of the National Intelligencer, proposes major Gen. Scott, as a candidate for the Presidency. Mr. Joseph Lancaster, the founder of the Lnncasterian School Syste n, was killed, a few days since, in New York, by being run over by a cart. On Thursday the 9th during a scuflle, between the agents of two rival lines, as the passengers from New York were arriving at Walnut street Wharf, a Mr. Vanbergen was stabbed with a sword cane by a Mr. Bowman. The former is since dead and the latter in custody. A daughter ol C. Engard, residing in Chalottee St- Philadelphia, was shot, on Monday the 5th by a person discharging a p istol into a vacant lot. The ball passed through both heads of a hogshead, and UroWh two fences before it struck the child. The wound is not dangerous. S. S. Prentiss, the Congressman from Mississipp i, has...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 21 November 1838

From the Inq'iircr of Wednesday, ANTI-MASONIC CONVENTION. The Delegates to ihe Democratic Antiin sonic Convention Met yesterday morning at 11 o'clock in the Temperance Hall, North Third Street, and organized temporarily by appointing Henry Cotheal of New York, President pro tern, and Edward S. Tfilliams of Rhode Island, Secretary pro tern. The following committee was appointed to nominate officers for the Convention viz.: Mr, Parker of Pennsylvania; Beach of Ohio; Stevens ot Pennsylvania; Clo'igh ol Massachusetts, and Williams ol It hode Island. Uk The following committee was appointcd to propose business for the Ccnvehtnn viz: Mr. Denny of Pennsylvania; Howard of Massachusetts; Graham of Ohio,- Ho.vdl of New Jersy; 'Todd of Pennsylvania and Elder of Pensylvania. The Convention then adjourned. From (he Fenn'a Inquirer of Thursday, I In pursuance of the resolution of Tuesday, the National Anti-Masonic.Convention reassembled yesterday morning in .the Temperance Hall N. L. , Pr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 21 November 1838

Traitors arc growing Brave- . I he IJOCO toco papers throughout the State, with a few honoatble exceptions, are endeavori ng to incite thepeople to riot and bloodshed, if the enormous and appalling frauds committed by their party, at. the late election, should be attempted to be investigated by the Legislature! They dread the exposure, and declare that befoie Porter shall be deprived of his seat for a single Jay, "fifty thousand bayonents shall bristle in the streets of liar risburg," and that, the "best blood in the State shall be spilled !" Those fomenters of treason will see the best blood in the State spilled rather than have their frauds expound'. Verily, these are tearful tin es when an attempt to e.rpose fraud and perjury, is to be the signal for riot and murder.!! But honest men will rely on the virtue and intelligt nee of the people, and disregard the threats of thes bloody-minded traitors. Even the 'Compiler' calls upon its partizans 'to be prepared —be ready on th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 21 November 1838

TERRIFIC COMBAT BETWEEN A HORSE AND A LION. A Nobleman in the earl y part of the reign of Lewis XV., having a very vicious horse, which none |of the grooms or servants would ride, several of them having been thrown, and one killed, asked leave of his majesty to have him turned loose into the (menagerie,against one of the largest lions. The king readil y consented, and the animal on a certain day was conducted thercre. . Soon afte," the arrival ol the horse, the door of ihe den was drawn up, and the lion, with great state and majesty, marched very slowly to the mouth of it, when seeing his antagonist, [he set up a tremendous roar.—'The horse immediately startled and fell back; his ears were erected; his main raised—his.eyes sparkling—and something like a general convulsion seemed to agitate the whole of his frame. Afier the first emotionsol fear had sub sided, the horse leti-ed into a corner of the, managerie, where having directed his heels towards the lion, and having reare...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 21 November 1838

JV1AKHIE0. On Thursday the 6th 'inst by Rev J. Stevens, SAMUEL MVTONjr.;to Miss REBECCA daughter of J. CUNNINGHAM, all of Uarree township. On Saturday the 8ih inst. b y John II. Stoncbreaker, Air. ROBERT KEITH to Miss MARY ANN 1 CAMPBELL all ol Franklin towusnip.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 21 November 1838

im:» On the 4th inst., in Path Valley, Frank lin co, after a lingering illness; John HoW liday Esq, formerly a resident of this co.' aged about 70 years. i On Sunday the 18th inst., in Shirley township. Mr. Henry M'fJarvy, aged CO. His death was very sudden, apparently in his usual health, he ar<;se to make his fire in the morning, and while so engaged fell and was instantly a corpse . 1 In Hollltlaysburg on Wednesday 14th. Thus. J. Kennedy.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 21 November 1838

fcaj STRAYS. «£« CAME to tiie residence of the subscriber (near Waterstreet) some time in the beginning of Nov. two stray mares, one a HI..i k and the oilier Grey . 7'he.owner is requested to come and prove property pay charges and take them. PETER SHAFFER Morris township Nov, 21, 1838—t,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 21 November 1838

STRAYED away from the residence of the subscriber, residing in [Henderson tp Huntingdon county, uboi't five miles east of Huntingdon, on Saturday the 20th of October. TWO MARES. One a GRAY and the [other a BLACK, without any white marks. The gray marcis partly without shoes, and the black is newly shod all around. The black mare was purchased faom the Baltimore Packet Company, & it is supposed will make her way to her former owner. Any persons returning the above desribed marcs, or giving the subscriber information where they are. will be handsomely rewarded. . SAMUEL HAMPSON October, 22, 18J8.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 21 November 1838

CAME to the residence of the subscriber in Union township, some timeinMay last. Two Heiffers about one year old. One of them a black with a star on its forehead. The other is red, with white back and belly. 'There are no ear marks that can be seen. The owner can have them by calling at my place below Mill Crock tlu South side of the Juniatta, and paying charges. Otherwise they will be disposed of as the taw directs. % JNO. HHMPSON. Union township, Nov. 21, 1838,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 21 November 1838

THRASHING MACHINES STRAUB and LONG does continue to carry on- the business at their shop in Hun tingdan where Farmers can be accommodated, where John Switzer is their agent to transact all business for them. STRAUB&LONO. N. B. John Switzer 'is authorised to collect all money due, A. B. and CI. H, Long, desirous of getting their business to a close, customers will please to pay as soon as possible. A. B &G. H.LONG Huntindor Nov. 2. 1838—p

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 21 November 1838

To Markesmen. THOMAS DOUGLASS. CrttU IttlWIj*.,. Respectfully informs his frtends. and the public generally, that he still continues the above businnssin M'CONNiSLLSTOWN. And is prepared to manufacture all kinds of guns or pistols, or to make any necessary repairs upon any article of the kind. . If careful attention will mer.t success, he hopes to secure the patronage of the sharp shooters of this county. Any orders left with Isaac Davis will be punctually attended to, Huntingdon Novembers], 1838.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 21 November 1838

OF FOREKi.YLITERATURE SCIEMZl AtiD AitT Is published every month by E. Little Co., 212 Chesnut Street, Philadelphia, fa six dollars a year, payable in advance. Distant subscribers are requested to remit a *5 note on account. With the year 1838 begins the Fourth Vol ume of a New Series, complete sets of wh.ch can be furnished at Two Dollars and a half bound. 'The New Series is begun because we are no longer able to supply orders for complete sets of the old. CONTENTS OF THE NO JEM h Ell NUMBER. Lower Canada; Courts of British Queens; Milnes' Poems of Many Years; Lord Durham's Mission; Channing's Character of Napoleon; Sir Samuel Id niilv, by Loi.I Broughmnn; The Company of Officers; Beaumont's Experiments on Digestion; Robert Folton; Education of the Multitude Raikes's Visit to St. Pftefsburgh; Parker's Tour beyond the Rocky Mountains; American Periodicals; Adversity; Stephens'Tnv els in the Holy Land, &c; FardorouRha, the Miser; I he. Profession of LiterutW transportatio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 21 November 1838

Executor's Notice £it h persons indebted to the Estate - of «*Samuel 1 empleton late of Tyrone township Huntingdon County deceased, are ™ - quested to make immediate payment, and those having cla.ms against saul Estate arc requested to present them properly authenticated tor payment at their residence Tyrone towhship. >w»»wic« 11, JAMES THOMPSON Esq JAMES TEMPLETON ,q ' November . Uth, 1838. Exec ' ut01s '

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