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

HARRIS BURG PAPERSSEMI-IFEEKLY TELEGRAPH. LEGISLATURE PROCEEDINGS. THE ensuing Legislature will be one f unusual interest to every citizen of the Commowcalth. The adoption of the Amendments to the Constitution, will give rise to ucw legislation in which it is not unlikely that party fee'ing may become warmerl y enlisted, and subjects agitated that will excite the strongest desire to obtain earl y and con-ect information. A new Administration, it is expected, will also come into power, and give birth to new measures under its new men. These, together with the ordinary duties ol Legislation, will make the coming Leg-, islature a busy as well as important one. During its session the "Pennsylvania Telegraph" will be published twice a week and contain late and fatal accounts of its proceedings, taken by experienced reporters. It will also contain Congressional proceedings, and general news, TERMS: For the session $2 For the year $3 TIIEO. FENN, Harrisburg, Nov. 10, 1338.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 19 December 1838

TERMS or TUB HUNTINGDON JOURNAL. The "Journal" will be published every Wednesday morning, at two dollars a year if laid IN ADVANCE, and if not paid within iix months, two dollars and a half, Kvety person who obtains five subscribers ind forwards price of subscription, shall be 'irnished with a sixth copy gratuitously for line year. No subscription received tor a less period t/an six months, nor any paper discontinued t.utilarrearages are paid. [ All communications must be addressed to the Editor, post paid, or they will not be t» it ended to. Adver'tisments not exceeding one square bull be inserted three times for one dollar for every subsequent insertion, 25 ficenls per •quare will be charged:—if nodetniteorderd •re given as to the time an adverisment is to ae continued, it will be kept in tillordeed; ha'., and charge accordingly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 19 December 1838

MESSAGE FBOM THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED •STATES, TO THE TWO HOUSES OP CONSUHSS, AT THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE TWENTY FIFTH Concurs i. FELLOW CITIZENS OF THE SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: I congratulate you on the favorable cir cumstances in the. condition of our country, under which you reassemble for the performance of your official duties. Though the anticipations of an abundant harvest have not every where been realized, yet, on the .viiole, the labors of the husbandman are rewarded with a bountiful return; industry prospers in its various channels of business and enterprise; general health again prevails through our vast diversity ofclimate; nothing threatens, from abroad, the continuance of external peace; nor has any thing at home impaired the strength ot those fraternal and domestic ties which constitute the only guarantee to the success and per* ramnency uf our happy Union, and which formed in the hour of peril, have hitherto been honorably sustained through eve...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 19 December 1838

m&ffiuttv** JHOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given to all persons concerned, that the following named persons lave settled their Accounts in the Register's Office, at Huntingdon, and that the said Accounts will be presented for confirmation and allowance at an Orphans' Court to be held at Huntingdon, for the county of Huntingdon, on the second Monday (14th day) of January next, viz:— I. James Magee, Administrator of the es tate of Andrew French, late of Tell Township, deceased. II. Janes Wilkins, Administrator of the estate of John Scott, late of West Town-«hid, deceased. III. James Thompson, Executor of the last Will and Testament of Catharine Caldcrwood, late of the Borough of Birmingham, decoased. IT. Abraham Robison and Thomas M. Hobison, Administrators eftheesute of Abrahain Robison. deceased, who was Guardian of the minor children of John Robison late of Frankstown Township, deceased. V. Isaac Anderson and Joseph Reed, Executors of the last Will and Testament of James *.nde...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 19 December 1838

MONEY FOUNDTHE undersigned found on the Canal below Alexandria, a part of a Pocket Book containing a sum „f money. The owner can have it by proving property paying charges, on application to me, one mile below Alexandria. SEMPLE FLEMING. Aug. 25, 1838.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 19 December 1838

THEJOIJRSI y* 'One country, one constitution , one rf. Huntingdon Bee. I ii. It

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 19 December 1838

Ji uoseif To our subscribers—we ought to a patrons. But do you see, there is a d ference. Winter is here, and did it ev occur to you that the Printer, might po sibly be cold unless some one paid up, give him a chance to pay up too. Wii ter is here. The printer wants to buy hi beef and pork. (If we were in the litttj ation of aome of our Loco Foco contem poraries, we should not suffer for "what hogs'") but as it is, we have to buy ou pork. Eyecy thing has to be bought, no is that all—it is sauced with the harras sing thought, it must be paid for. Oui patrons we know wiW pay up. Will some of our subscribers, enter their narua« among the list of patrons. "A stitch in time,'? is our doctrine, and we therefore commence in time. Court week will soon be here—and if it does net bring with it a goodly share of the "root of evil" for our purse, we must "suspend specie payments." Hut not belonging to the shinplaster concern, we have ^issued this our Proclamation, to have our friends resume...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 19 December 1838

Commttnicatim. (BOM THE BK0UETA11T 0» THE COBMONWEM.TK, BELATIVA TO TUB RETURNS OF THE SENATORIAL ELECTION OF 1838. READ IN SEEATE, DECEMBER 11, 1838. C. B. PESBOSE, Esq. Speaker of the Senate of Pennsylvania. Sir —The resolution ol Senate requesting the Secretary of the Commonwealth "to furnish to the Senate forthwith, any and all returns and papers in his office, addressed to the Senate of Pennsylvania in relation to the Senatorial election of 18S8,'' was received on the day of its adoption, (the 8lh inst.) but not till alter the Senate had adjourned for the day. The present is therefore the earliest opportunity atlorded lor a reply. The undersigned has not now, nor has he heretolore had, eithei under his care in this olhce or in his private possession, any returns or papers' "addressed to the Senatt of Pennsylvania in relation to the Senatorial Election of 1838," other than those delivered to the Senate on the afternoon of the 4th inst. This reply will no doubt surprise m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 19 December 1838

FLAG OF THE ITCOPXl " OCT A single term for the Presidency, the office administered for the whole PJ PLE. and not for a PARTY. AT* A sound, uniform and convenlenj tional CURRENCY, adapted to the want the whole COUNTRY , instead of the SH; PLASTERS brought about by our pre; RULERS. (T7*1£CONOMY, RETRENCHMENT, and 1 FORM in the administration of public nfla jyTired of Experiments and Expi menters, Republican gratitude will rcw. unobstrusive merit, by elevating the si altcrn of WASHINGTON and the dosciple JEFFERSON, and thus resuming the safe: beaten track of onr Fathers,—L. Gain

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 19 December 1838

Democratic *&ntimaaon CANDIDATES. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN.WM.H. HARRIS! FUK VICE PRESIDENT DANIEL WERSTEB

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 19 December 1838

i — CONGRESS Is busy again doing nothing. The old subject of Abolition is introduced by the Loco Focos, in order if possible to bring the Northern members into collision with the Sautuern. We rejoice to see tho effort has not been quite as aucccsful as expected.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 19 December 1838

The oilier Suit. We stated a few weeks since that auoth er suit had been commenced by one of Mr. Porter's Iriends against an editor in Lehig h county, for a libel against the Governor elect. We understand the gentleman who commenced the suit forfeiied *iis recognisance he was put under to prosecute. Aiut that a little curious? We refer our readers to the letter ot T. Hi Burrowes, for an explanation of the difficulties about returns of members.— A more clear, and conclusive statement cannot well be imagined. The unprejudiced reader will at once agree that the conuu'cfof the Democratic Senators, and members has been otrictly in accordance with the lew. While that of the Loco Focos, has been a continued violation of all law. We are informed that a band of the rebels threatened Mathcw Wilson, with burning his hotel, it he allowed the Dcm ocratic Legislature to meet in his Sious r What an admirable illustration of the ¦ lawful course of the Loco Foco mob. The Governor has issue...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 19 December 1838

PENN'A. LEGISLATURE IN SENATE. Monday 10, December. Mr. Penrose announced thatinaccor. dance with the Act authorizing a Convention to amend the Constitution of the State, the Secretary of the Commonwealth had delivered to him on Thursday last, the returns of the vote for and a-•jainst ,;thc amendments to the Constitution, and he would proceed to deliver them on tomorrow, in the Senate Chamber, in presence of the Senate, and members of the House of Representatives. Petitions were read, and nominations made fur Clerk, Sergcant-At-Armes, Doorkeeper, Printers of the English and German Journals, and bills; and tomor ro was fixed upon as the day for flection. Mr. Fraily of Schuylkill, on leave given, read in his place and presented to the Speaker, a bill to incorporate the Potts-Tille Female Academy. The resolution to proceed to select.". committee to investigate the election in the county of Philadelphia^ came up in its order; but on motion ol Mr. Rogers was postponeil until to-m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 19 December 1838

1 roclamaticwa. WHEREAS by a precept to me directed dated at Huntingdon, tli.e 3'fthda) of November, A. D. one thousand eight hundred and thirty eight, under the hands and seals of tiie Hon. Thomas Bujnside, President of the Court of Comsnon Pleas, Oyer and Terminer, and general jail deliv' cry of the 4th judicial district ol Pennsylvania, composed of the counties of Mifflin Huntingdon, Centre, Clearfiold, and Jefferson, and the Hon. Joseph McC«me and Joseph Adams, his associate Ju'.lges of the county of Huntingdon, justices -assig, sed, appointed to hear, try, and determine all and every indictments, and preseu tments. made or taken tor or concerning all crimes, which by the laws of the State are Made capital or felonies of death and all other i ifi'ences, crimes and misdemeanors, which ha.ve been or shall be committed or perpetrated within the sulci county, or all persons which; are or shall hereafter be committed or be perpetrated for crimes aforesaid—I am commanded to make. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 19 December 1838

Sheriff's Sales. BY virtue of sundry writs of I enditone Exponas issued out ol the Court ol Common Pleas ol Huntingdon County, and to lue directed, will be exposed to public Sale at the Court House, in Huntingdon, on the 13th day ol January next, it lOo'clock A. M. the following property viz: A tract of lant^ partly in Springfield township Huntingdon County, and partly in Dublin township Bedfo rd County, adjoining lands of William Coibjn, W.lliam Isgng, Henry Dioneberger. Wiis iam M'C'lain and others, containing three hundred and eighty acres be the same more or less, about one hundred acres of which are cleared. There* on erected a Cabin Barn, with three fiens, a two story square log house, one square log house one story and a half high. A spring house, and an Apple Orchard ul-;o thereon. Seized, taken under execution, and to be sold as the property of Hercules Kemp dee'd ALSO One house and lot in the Borough of Birmingham situated on St. David street adjoining a lot on the eas...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 19 December 1838

TURNPIKE miNft By virtue of an act of assembly incorporating the Ilollidaysburg and Brffcri! Turnpike Company, it is made the duty of ' ,1 c .5to -, lM0idcrs, or any two zlinm, „am. - in the letters pattern to- give notice in all the newspapers published in the counties of Huntingdon and Bedford, of a time and place to oe by them appointed, at which time and place the said snbscribers 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 such 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 tlie above purposes will be held on TUESDAY THH. FIRST DAY or JANUARY 1839—at the house of Peter Amich, in the town of St. Clair, Bedford county, when and where a lull attendance is requested. J. W. DUNCAN, PETER CAS...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 19 December 1838

BRXDG2 iPt?JDpO$Al$» The undersigned. Commissioners of Huntingdon county, hereby give notice thatproposals 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 the Juniata Rivnr, at the place where the public rord leading from Hollidaysburg to the Loop crosses the said Branch. ALSO, nt the dwelling house of Esther 8c 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 dwelline house. fa The proposes, will include all expensesfor atom-, lime, sand, lumber, digging fdunbetion. roofing, wing-walls, and ' filling i and completing the same: all of which is to be done by the direction of the commissioners, and agreeably to the pi m which will be exhibited by them. JOHN STEVER -) PETER SWOOPS Jr. £com'rs. JAMES MOORE. 5 Commis'rs Office Hun...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 19 December 1838

STEWART& HOBRELL. Respectfully inform there friends nnd the public in general, that they have rented the WHARF 4- WAREHOUSE at Water Street, for a term of years, they are prepared to enter into the COMMISSION <$- FORWARDING business. Having some experience in the business, and being determined to use every exertion to render satisfaction to such as may favour them with their patronage, they hope to merit and receive a share of jfcat confidence which a generous public has formerly extended to them. 'The toil-wing very reasonable list cf rates shall be strictly adhered to. Mdzc. froio East per ton * 1 CO do. do. West 75 Bar-Iron do. da 50 Blooms do do 31 j-Pig Metal do do 12$ Fish do Ubl. 8 Salt do do 6} Flour do do 5 Wheat do Bus. 3 Rye 8c Corn do tlo 2J Oats do do 2 Bituminous Coal do do 2 Anthracite do do Ton 1 00 Plaster ot Paris do do 50 For weighing Plaster and Bar Iron 25 cts. [per Ton will be charged in addition to the ,-bove, and for Blooms nnd Pig Metal 12$ ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 19 December 1838

THE collectors of tax in the county of Huntingdon, previous to, and including the year 1837, and all other persons indebted, in any manner, to the said county, arc requested to call immediately with the county 'Treasurer and make payment of the several amounts.for which they stand indebted, as the'money is much needed by the county at the present time, on account of the number of bridges now under contract, and th l'KOPOSK.n ADDITION to the County Court House which will be put under contract in a short time. 'Those who do not comply with the above request against the next Jani;,,w Court, will be proceeded against as the law directs. IOHN STEVER -5 PETER SWOOPE Jr. fcommis'rs JAMES MOORE. •fv - ommi!>ls Commis'rs OT'Ce Hunting- - tifth, INOV. 24 1838. \

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 19 December 1838

TANNERY, *A1 PRIVATE SALE. The subscriber offers for sale his Farm <& Tannery, situated in McConnellstown, Huntingdon County, only 5 miksfroin the Canal Baj'ii at Huntingdon. THE TANNERY, Is situate'1 by the side of a never tailin stream of water and from which the yard i supplied by the means of a wheel. Tie Shop is 30 feet by CO, and is a substantial Frame building. There is a superior Bark Mill in the second story, which delivers the ground Bark on to the first floor. There is also every other convenience that can be needed. Connected with the Tannery is also, a tract of good Timber iLand, from which a sufficient supply of bark can a ways be obtained. THE FARM LAND, and Buildings connected therewith are of the best kind, being 15 Acres oi Limestone Land, 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, nnd a small Bank Barn. On the same lot with the T...

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