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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

FLAG OF THE PEOPLE! 05" A single term for the Presidency, and the office administered for the whole PEOPLE, and not for a PARTY, $7" A sound, uniform and convenienj National CURRENCY, adapted to the wants of the whole COUNTRY, instead of the SHIN PLASTERS brought about by our present RULERS. jlT"ECONOMY, RETRENCHMENT, and REFORM in the administration of public affairs, ify*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 our Fathers,—L. Gazette.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

The Caitse of the It tot. Every means have been taken to charge upon the Democrats the cause of all the disgraceful scenes enacted at Harrisburg. Every Loco Foco here, or elsewhere, ai e busy misrepresenting the true slate of affairs. Atone time they deny that there is any noise or disturbance there; and with the next breath they charge Stevens and Burrowes with bringing it all on. The true cause of it all is but lately developed. A majority of the people declared at the ballot box that the patronage of the Governor, should be taken away--the new Constitution was adopted. Maddened, at the loss of the spoils; and fearful that they would be shipwrecked with their hopes of plunder, they purpose kee ping the Legislature in confusion, until after the day, which the law has pointed out, as the one to decide whether the new Constitution has carried—which was yesterday. If the mob of Loco Focos have kept up their bullying, and illegal measures, until to-day, then they intend to decl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

BUMMBlSBVMta .1 EW S. .'lufut stale of Affairs. In order to give our readers a full history of the condition of affairs at the seat of Government, we have published every thing relative thereto, and excluded the President's Message. We hare commen. ccd our Legislative proceedings on the first page, and we earnestly direct the attention of the sober, industrious, and honest portion of the people to the scenes there related. To the reflecting part of the citizens we have one word to say. What think you of all this? Are you prepared to see the laws of your country overthrown by a lawless band of hired bullies, led on by a man PAID FOR HIS TREASON out of the NATIONAL TREASURY—a UNI TED STATES OFFICE-HOLDER—J. J. M'Cahen, from the Philadelphia Custom House? Whether you are prepared or not, such arc the facta. Nor do they end there, your Senators have been driven from the Hall! and their lives threatened in open da} ! Yet the assassin and the purchaser of his bloody hand and kni...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

The Jflessaees- We have received the Presidents ..l/essage. It goes all length for the Sub Treasury—notwithstanding, a goodly portion of it proves that one of the "Receivers General," has plundered the nation of more than a million of dollars. We cannot say whether the President intended his notice of Swartrout's defalcation, as a practical illustration of the scheme. There has been no Legislature in this •State, of course the Uoyernor has deliver ed no message.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

TURNPIKE RQWttGS*?*. By virtue of an act of assembly incorporating the Hollidaysburg and Bedford Turnpike Company, it is made the duty of the stockholders, or any two of them, named in the letters patient to give notice in ah the newspapers published in the counties i of Huntingdon and Bedford, ofa time and place to oc by them appointed, at which time and place the said subscribers or as many ot them as shall be then present, shall proceed to organize said Company, and shall choose by a majority of the said subscribers, by ballot, in person, one President, six Managers, one Treasurer, and suck other officers as may be necessary to conduct the business of said Company. In pursuance therefore ot the above, we, the subscribers, do hereby give notice that a meeting for the above purposes will be held on TUESDAY THE FIRST DAY CF JANUARY 1839—at the house of Peter Amich, in the town of St. Clair, Bedford county, when and where a full attendance is requested. J. W. DUNCAN, PETER CASS1DAY...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

STEWART& HORRELL. Respectfully inform there friends and the public in general, that they have rented the WHARF cy WAREHOUSE at Water Street, for a term of years, they are prepared to enter into the . COMMISSION 4" FORWARDING business. Having some experience in the, business, and being determined to use every exertion to render satisfaction to such as may favour them with their patronage, they hope to merit and receive a share of that confidence which a generous public has formerl y extended to them. The full rning very reasonable list ef rates shall be strictly adhered to. Mdze. from East per ton 9 1 00 do. do. West 75 Bur-lion do. do. 50 Blooms do do 31.1 Pig Metal do do 101 Fish do Bbl. s' Salt do do 6^ Flour do do 5 Wheat do Bus. 3 Rye 8c Corn do do ?j tt.rts do do J Bituminous Coal do do 2 Anthracite do do Ton 1 00 Plaster of Paris do do 50 For weighing Plaster and B.ir Iron 25 cts. per Ton will be charged in addition to the above, and for Blooms and Pig Metal 121 cts....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

TANNERY, vlT PRIVATE SALE. The subscriber offers for sale his Farm <& Tannery, situated in McConnellstown, Huntingdon County, only 5 miles from the Canal Basin at Huntingdon. THE TANNERY, Is situate^' by the side of a never trilin Stream of water and from which the yard is supplied by the means of a wheel The Shop is 30 feet bv 60, and is a substantial Frame building. ' There is a superior Bark Mill in the second story, which delivers the g-ound Bark on to the first floor. There is nlsn every other convenience that can be needed. Connected with the Tannery is also, a tract of good Timber Land, from which a sufficient supply of bark can a ways be obtained. j TRE FARM LAND, j and Buildings connected therewith are of the j best kind, being ' 15 Acres ol Limestone Land, 1 mostly cleared and under good fence. The Buildings arc situated on two town Lots, consisting of a Three Story Stone House, Well calculated for a store or tavern, and a small Bank B iro. On the same l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

Sf^ffiJKHB * Nancy Smith by") In the Court of her next friend j Common Please ol Ep hraiin Ramsey } Huntingdon Counvs ly. Wm. Henry Smith. J ' Pluries Subpoena for Divorce. To William Henry Smith the defendant above named. Take notice that by virtue of the above, writ, issued out ol'th.) Court of Common Pleas ol Huntingdon County aforesaid, you are required to be and appear before, the Judges of said Court, at a Court of Common Pleas to be bold at Huntingdon in and for the said County ol Huntingdon, on the second Mondgy of January nest, to answer the Petition and Libel of your wife Nancy Ramsey for a Divorce from the Bonds of matrimony. JOSEPH SHANNON, Sli'lf. Sheriff's office, Hunting- ) don Nov. 24,183S. j

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

CAME to the residence of the subscriber in Union township, some time in May last. Two Heitfers 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 Creek tin South side of the Juniatta, ar.d paying charges. Otherwise they will be disposed of at thelaw directs. JNO. HHMPSON. Union township, Nov. 21, 183a,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

AIDHOTIMAITO'S Sutler* A LL persons indebted to the Estate ol -^¦-Kinaiiuel C. Stuk, late of Tyront Township in the County of Huntingdon dee'd, arc requested to make payment without delay, and all persons bavins claims againsi said estate, are requeued to present them to the undersigned residing in Tyrone Township aforesaid, properly authenticated for settlement. PETER BURK-ET, Adm'r. opt 36. 1838.—6 T

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

Sniffle iilf* "\Y~\3j, -lI..L be offered at public sale rn \$v Wednesday the 12ih day of December next, on the premises, that well known and valuable tract of laud, situated in Tyrone Township Huntingdon Conmy, adjoining lands of Michael Wallace SarftTTcl Johnson and others. Bounded on the North and North East by the little Juniata River, 2i miles from the. Canal, containing 265 Acre* and an allowance of first rate limestcne land, 140 of which is cleared. Whereon i.» erected two ston» dwelling Houses ami a double l'ig Barn with other necessary out buildings with good water &c. There' is also twe- good Apple Orchards thereon. Terms will be made known en the day of sale, (liven under my hand this 10th day of N ivember A. I). 1838. p. DR. PETER SWINE,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

NOTICE. aT*?ip creditors of Godfrey Lanzef, late of ,'J. \Villi.-misburg dte'd. will take notice that the undersigned auditors appointed bv the Orphan's Court of Huntingdon com;ty to apportion the assets of said dee'd., in the h nds of his administrators among the ct editors of said elee'd. will meet for that purpose at the house of Geo. Ja«.k«on 111 the Borough of Huntingdon on Tuesday tire 11 December next. f lV. DORR IS, Auditors < P. SWOOFE Jr. CO. JACKSON. Nov. 14th 1838,—3w.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

iX&Htt* The subscribers bavins' obtained letters of Administration of thet estate of John D. Not-.ii of Hopewell township Huntingdon County, deceased, hereby give notice to all pel-sons having claims against said deceased, to present them on or before the first day of January 1839, and all those indebted to said estate are requested to make payment on or before the same dav. DAVID SNAKE "J ' , , . PETER SWCOPE Jr. J Adm rs '' Huntingdon Nov. Stir, 1838.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

$10 Reward. LOST on the Gth inst, between the first Luck below Huntingdon ard the Borough. a small Calf skin Pocket Book, containing SE0 in Bank notes and 85 in Shin Plasters. Some of the notes were on the United States, and some on the Harrisburg Bunk, besides some valuable papers of no value to an one except the owner. Any person finding and returning said Pocket Buck to the office of the H. Journal or the subscriber, will re"rive the above reward together with all the shin plasters in it. GEO. A. MILLED. Nov. 7. 1838. p.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

4 For Sale or Rent. A good farm with the improvements, els afirst rate Tavern Stand with garden, stabling and meadow, attatched. Also a good Saw Mili and dwelling house with a rail road connecting with the public rail road . Also a store room with dwelling house cvec ted. Late the property of Geo. W, Henry at plane No 10, 4 miles above Hollidaysburg; and will be rented or sold separately, to suit Renters or purchasers, with liberal payments If sold; or for a term ol years'if rented. Applv to Tliorras Jackson', or C, Garber Hollidaysburc or to John M.'Claiu Duncansville, or David W. Huling, Lewistown. DAVID W. HULING. Nov. 13. H38

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

To Jtlarkcsmen. THOMAS DOUGLASS. ttuw SkmU% Respectfully informs his friend?, and the public generally, that he stillcontinues the above b'lsinnss in 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 w ill be punctually attended to, Huntingdon November 21, 183S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

FOR SALE. NEW MILCH COW t^jS^^a^tils^^^'^^* AND CALF. Any person denirous ol purchasing a frcsh ' Milch Cow, that has a calf by her sde 4 weeks old, can hear of one by applying at this Office. BILLS OF EVERV^HTsci TimON PRIM F.D IN STYLE AT THIS OFIUE.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

< / new Stale of Things. Ha,msburg Intelligencer—Extra. Decembtr. 8, 1838 1 be rebels have (bought proper to withdraw their (forces from the |.Venule Chamber, or at least have instructed them to make no further demonstrations of violence for the present.—Accordingly the iVenate met this morning and proceeded without interruption to transact its business, a report of which we give below: IN SENATE Mr. Strolun took the Chair as Speaker, in the absence of Mr. Penrose. The journals were read, including Tuesday A resolution was passed relative to furnishing the members with newspapers. Mr. Hell, of Chester, presented a petition of sundry citizens of Philadelphia county, contesting the right of Messrs. Hanna and Wagner to seats. A resolution was offered by Mr. Carpenter calling on the Secretary of the Commonwealth for any election returns now in bis possession. Under the rules ol the Senate, the resolution lays on the table till Monday. Mr. Fraley, city, presented a petit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

Pamphlet JLaivs. IN conformity with a Resolution of (he •*¦ General Assembly ol Penna.,[passed 2nd Aforch 1927, Subscriptions for copies of the Pamphlet Laws of the present session of the Legislature of Pennsylvania, will be received at this fofficc until itfonday the 7th day of January 1839. PRICK, fift y cents per copy, to be paid at the time of subscribing. Trcasur's office Hun- } .. .. lingdon*. Dee. 1838 ( "' IiLA,R

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 12 December 1838

BRSBGE ^ ^ i# J0#lO^l^ The undersigned, Commissioners of Huntingdon county, hereby give notice that proposals will be received hy them, at the pub lie house of William Donaldson, in the borough of Hollidaysburg, on Tuesday the 18th day of December next, for the erection of a Bridge over the Frankstown Branch of th; Juniata Rivnr, at the place where the public roi>d leading from Hollidaysburg to the Loop crosses the said Branch. ALSO, at the dwelling house of Esther & Nancy Logan, in Cromwell township on Tuesday the 25th day of December next, for the erection of a Bridge across Shade Creek at the fording, south of said dwelling house. The proposes, will include all expensesfor stone, lime, sand, lumber, digging founbetion, roofing, wing-wails, and filling i . and completing the same: all of which is to be done by the direction of the commissioners, and agreeably to the plan which will be exhibited hy them, JOHN STEVER - ) PETER SWOOPE Jr. CCom'rs. JAMES MOORE! 5 Comm...

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