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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

Post Master's. During the late election contest i'tt mail brought us reports and compraii about the non-arrival of our paper. V were willing to put up with it then--1 cause we could not help it—and becau some ofthe worthy P. .\; 's, are sworn support Martin Van Buren. Alter elec'iie , we had looked for better thin we could not see what in-mediate belli could result in such a course, unless tf aie determined lo make war against < paper, by telling the people, tint we no' s.Tid ihem. One ofotir subscribers from Pete burg, says , he has not received but i since the election. We can only say all our subscribers at that place liii been sened, so, there is a foul conspirs some where to destroy our subscript! list-and we will ferret out, and esp the' guilty actors, if such proves (o the case. Wu cannot immagine w would be guilty 0 | such a shameful tempt to do us mjuiy. We cannst e\ si/spcct any one. We hope, it has hi accidental. Our i apers are regultt mailed, and should b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

United States Senator. Upon the next Legislature depends t election ol a Senator to the U. S. Sena in (he place of S. McKear:. That i friends will have in their power the cho there seems little doubt, Provid d alw; that they act with union and narmoi We regret exceedingly that such, a P visa seems necessary. Disunion has d < mote lo keepus beneath ihe iron rule of i despotic tyranny which has characterithc past and present administration of I National Government, (ban every thi else put together. It is all important i on this occasion that ljiere .be unity feeling. There is to Little tiilWencc the strength of the parlies, that a sill] mis-step may place the power in the hai of our opponents. Wc have-: -r views as to the fitness men—wehivve our prelfereiice, but fee perfect willingness to say amen to a thing done to secure the desired result. T <&iUws Sit ' vena is the ipan oi our choice. There :'s man In our 5?u(c,, so well calculated meet in senate cha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

THE PROSPECT. FOR THE JOURNAL. MK. EDITOR, - >¦ - • We live at a very interesting pctiod of our country's history: a period in which it would seem, is to be decided the important question, whether v. e and our children are hereafter to enjoy the inestimable blessings of civil liberty, secured to us by the CONSTITUTION of our fathers, or are destined to become the subjects and the slaves of tyrants and usurpers. At the adoption ofthe glorious INSTRUMENT to which I have alluded, there were indeed many even among its friends and advocates, who entertained serious and honest doubts of its practicability, and rhe capacity of the people for self-govern ment. We have tried that constitution for a period of fifty years; and despite of the sneering predictions, prophecies, speculations, and even the ARMS of Europeans, it has stood, in war and in peace, one ofthe proudest and most stupendous monuments of human wisdom. But within the last nine or ten years, .we have seen among...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

From the Globe. By Ilic Pi-csitfcgiit «f the U. States of Aiuet'it-.i. .* PMtOCEJMMATSO.V. WHEREAS, there is much reason to believe that citizens of the Uuited States, in disregard of the solemn warning heretofore given to tl i by the proclamation"* issued b y the Executive ofthe General Government, and by some of the Governors ot the States, have combined to disturb the peace ofthe dominions of u neighboring and friendl y nation: And whereas, information has been given tome, derived from official and other sources, that many citizens in different parts of the United States are associated, or associating, for the same purpose: And whereas, disturbances have actually broken out anew in different parts ofthe twoCanadas: And whereas, a hostile invasion has been made by eiiizcns of the UnitedStates, in conjunction with Canadians-, and others, who after forcibl y seizing upon the pro perty of their peaceful nei ghbor fur the purpose of effecting their unlawlul designs, are now in arm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

TANNERY," ,/LV PRIVATE SALE. The subscriber offers for sale his Farm & Tannery, situated hi McConnellatown, Huntingdon County, only 5 miles from tbe Canal Basin at Huntingdon. . THE TANNERY, Is situate' by tbe side of a never tailing stream of water and trom which the yard is snppljed bv the means of a wheel.' The Shrj) is 30 feet by 60, and is a substantial Frame building. There is a superior link Mill in the second story, which dtlivers tbe ground Bark onto the first floor. There is also every other convenience that can be needed. Connected with the Tannery is abo . a tract of Rood Timber ILand, from which a sufficient supply of Bark can al-\\r«y s be obtained. THE FARM LAND, and Buildings connected therewith are of the best kind, being J 5 Acres ot Limestone Land, mostl y cleared and under good fence. The Buildings are situated oii two town Lets, consisting ot a Three Story Stone House, well calculated for a store or tavern, and a small Hank Barn. On the same lot with t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

BRXBGB ffl¥B$®imI&* The undersigned; Commissioner! rf Huntingdon county, hereby give notice that proposals will be received by them, at the pub lie house of Wilham Donaldson, in the borough of Hollidaysburg, on Tuesday the lSlli day of December next, for the erection of a Bridge over tbe Frankstowu Branch of the Juni ita ltivnr, at the place where the public ro, d leading from Hollidaysburg to the Loop crosses the said Branch. ALSO, at the dwelling house of Esther St Nancy Logan, in Cromwell township on Tuesday the 25th day of December next, for the erection of a Bridge across Shade Creekat the fording, south of said dwelling house. The proposes, will include all expensesfor stone, lime, sand, lumber, digging foundation , l'ocfinu- , wing-wails, and tiili— r . «uu comnleti;- I' nesamMatt of wlTielfts to ne done by the direction ofthe- commissioners, and agreeably to the pi in which will be exhibited by them, JOHN STEVEB ") PETEH SWOOPE Jr. CCom'is. JAMES MO.ORE. 5 Commls'r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

. .. RyOWetGHS * Nancy Smith by •) In ' the Court o' her next friend Common Please of Ephraim Ramsey J. Huntingdon Coun-V3 ty. . Wm. Henry Smith. J PI uries Subpoena for Divorce. To IVilliam Henry'Smith the defendant above named. 'Pake notice that b y virtue of the above writ, issued out of the Court of Common Pleas ot Huntingdon County aforesaid, you are required to be and appear before the Judges of said Court, at a Court of Common " Pleas to beheld at Huntingdon in and for (he sold County of Huntingdon, on the second Mondgy of January next, to answer the Petition and Libel of your wife Nancy Ramsey (era Divorce from the Bonds of mattimunv." • JOSEPH SHANNON, sh'fr. Sheriff's office, Hunting- ) don Nov. 24, 1838. I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

NEW FIRM. HATTING BUSINESS, AMD FVR STORE. 1T|\V1I) SNYDER & SON respect-¦"-'full y inform their friends and ihe pub lie generally, that they have JUST RECEIVED A New c$« Handsome assortment of articles in their lino of business, Which they offer to the public CHEAP, fo1' cash or country produce, consisting of the following articles, viz;—Best quality of Otter Caps, latest fashion, Common c i0. City made Hats of the latest fashion, and also of their own manufacture, Women's a-.d Men's Fur Gloves, Collars and Tippets for Ladies. „V",l . mtl'> r Merchants wid be supplied with HA 1 S oi their own manufacture on a reasonable credit, and at as low a price as they can be purchased in Philadelphia. DAVID SNYDER & SON. Huntingdon, Nov. 28, 1838. BLANK DEEDS FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

| TO THE PUBLIC ^ 1, Michael Erode, of the county ol Huntingdon, Pa., do certify, th • for 13ye;us"ainicted ii'itii I:\-J .I-I , in that time applied to several physician*, one of whom decidedl y the most distin guished in Westmoreland co, pronounced mj case entirely out of the reach ol medicine • For the last six years previous lo the 15th day ol June, 1838. 1 was not able to do a single day's woik, aud the digestive powers of my stomach were sojeomp'etely prostrated; that in many instances I vomited my \ictuals in ao hours after having eaten them, on which not the least sign.of digestion appeared. " On the 4lh of June last, f set out for the purpose of procuring a certificate from Dr. W m. Richard of Trough Creek Hunt.,county, lo .cx.empt me from a fine lor the non-pcrfoi'iiiance of military dutv on the regular days of. training in May last, and it was with the utmost difficulty that I reached the residence ofthe Doctor, having been obliged to lay down by the road-side three tim...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

ABSMKTIEiATOra TN&Htt+ A LL persons indebted to the Estate nl f»-Kmanuel C. Stuk, late of Tyrone township in the County of. Huntingdon dec d are requested to make payment without delay, and all persons Ravine claims againsi said estate, are requeued to present them to (he undersigned residing in Tyrone Townshi p afor'said properly authenticated for spitlemcnt ' PETER BURKRT , Adrn'r, ept. 26, 1838.—6 T.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

fpMli wrio« FoiiEic,.vuTEi:.i r ra . .v.t'f U published even rn>nth by E, Liitla it Street, Philodol) ITS a year, , :•;. .o!e ip advance. Distant subscribers urn ri quested Co remit a Sj note on account. With the yew it Ss begins rhe F, ut th V I umeuf -i Newffcries, iwplete sits of wn. Can be furnished at I v.-i Dollars and a bait bound. The New Serits'ia begun becausu •veare no longer able to aupplv orders Incomplete sets of the oh!. CONTENTS OF THENOVEMhER NUMBER. Lower Canada; Courts of British Queen?; Milncs' Poems ot Matty Years; Lord Durham's Mission; Chafmtnt/a Character of Napoleon; Sir Samuel Hun.ily, bv Lord Broiighm .n; The Company of Officer.-; BeaumbiH s Experiments on Dlggslion; Robert Fulton; Education of the Multitudi ; K ukes's Visit to St. PAersmitghj Porker's Four beyond the Kockv Mountains; American Periodic*)?; Adversity i St< phens'-Trai - els in the Holy Land, Sec.;. Fat :1. .rough;!, the Miser; The Profession rf Literaturet Transportation; ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

STOVES7 ^p^ z^&z:^L^ COOK,COAL; NIi\fErLATr: ..STOTJBS. ¦ Also Stove Pipe and Tin Ware, whicfc he will sell wholesale and retail, M M. shop. ' u ™ saaasaa s^a^aa. 'BWi'irr&iXDX?. (opposite C. Cuts Tavern) He hopes bv eareful and strict attention to his busineL to give H.iislauion-toalito favor him wi?h his patronage, u H .• ., rOT LlAM "' ZIGLER. Huntingdon October 16 1S38.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

BILLS OF EVERY 1 I StKIKI ION PHINTED IN STYLE AT THIS OFVK.E.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

• ' The silken tie that binds two willtng hearts.' ITI ARCHED. By V. LANG Esq. on Thursday, Nov. 22d,Mr.GEORGE BARKSTRlfsEU, of Stonerstown in Hopewell tewnship, tc Miss SALLY MAC ALL, of Walker townshi p Huntingdon County.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

FOR SALE. NEW MILCH COW SPoy iW ¦ \m. f/ ^ jSSmf^f01 ^ AND CALF. Any person desirous ol purchasing n fr esh Milch Cow, that has a calf by her! s'de -t weeks old, can hear of one by appl y ing at this Office, !

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

CAME to the residence ofthe subscribes b. Union1 township, some time in May last. Two Heiffers about one year oi^ One oi them a black with a star on',b f,„.r ' h"d. The other is red, with wb'^ nock and belly, there are no '", , can be seen. Th- - - <«J marks that .,,111 '-- owner can have tnem by ....nig at my place below Mill Civek tin South side of the Juniatta, ar.d paying charges. Otherwise they will be disposed of as thelaw directs. JNO. HHMPSON. Union township, Nov. 21, 1S33,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

THRASHING MACHINES. S7RAUB and LONG docs continue to carry on the business at their slum in Hun tingdon where Farmers can be accommodated, where John Switzer is their agent to tncrfSact all busiu'-ss for them. STRAUB&LONO. N. D. John Switzer is authorlsod to collect all money due. A. ft and G. 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, -, 1S38—p

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

ADlilXlSTiiATOR>S ¦ T&qHtt* . £l JL2i persons indebted' to the Estate of VMiJames Irvine, late of West township .in the County of Huntingdon dec'd.are requested to make payment without delay, and all person's having claims against said estate, are requested lo present tl'-eni t.i the undersigned residing in West Township aforesaid, properly authenticated for settlement. CHRISTOPHER IRVINE, DAVID IRVINE, XT , .„ , Administrators November, loth, 1538. p.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

IW nlife SbMt* *W\bL ,l,c , offc , re(1 at Public sale or netf 0^1, ?nS , vthe 12 ,th ** ofDecembei oe», on the premises, that welLknown ami valuable tract of |al¥l, situated In Tyrone township Huntingdon County , arljoS lands „ Michael Wallace Samuel Johnson and others Bounded on he NoAh and North East by the, little Juniata H,ver " miles trom the Canal, containing 205 Acres ind an allowance of first rat/ln.,! land 140 of which is clearU"" Wl ei^nt erected two ston-> dwelling Houses tfnd double r.,g Barn with other nee™ out bulldings with good water 8tc. The rei al W two good Apple Orchards thereon Terms will be made known on the day of Given underlay hand ' this 10th day of N wembev A. D lfi^S n 1>R. PETER SWINE.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 28 November 1838

FOR SALE OR RENT. A good farm with the improvements, s-Ii afirst rate Tavern Stand with garden, stabling and meadow, matched. Also a good Saw Mili and dwelling house with a i.il road connecting with the public rail road". Also a store room withthvelling bouse erected. Late the pro| erty of Geo. W. Henry at plane No 10, 4 miles above Hollidaysbin •; and will be rented or sr.ld seperatelv. to s,ut Renters or purchasers, with liberal payments if sold) or*, fot n term ol vears if rented. Apply to Thoiqas Jackson, or C. Uarber Holiidaysburs or to John M'CI,.in Duncansyllle ,or David W. Huliug, Lewistown. ' , ' _ r ' DAVID W.HUL1NG. Nov. 13. 1(38

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