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

Dr. J. M, YOUNG. sTffm<sffi'Mt ©aiwasT. RESPECTFULLY informs the Ladies and Gentlemen of Huntingdon, and the public in general, that he has opened an office a few doors above Porter Wilson's office where he is prepared »o execute all operations in Dental Surgery, viz: Cleansing, Piling, M'luging, Extracting ana Inserting Teeth. DR. YOUNG obligates himself to perform the above operations in the most approved manner, and at moderate charges. He has on hand an ample supply of Incorruptible Teeth. And other materials of tho best quality. N, B. Ladies will be waited upon at their residence, if requested. REFERENCES. J. HENDERSON, M. D. 1). Hou-rz, M. D. J, M. GEMMIM., M. D. REV. S. WtLSON, JUDGE ADAMS. J. H, MILLER, M. D. President rf Washington Medical College. . J. BUCKLER, M. D. 4nji,:-m A. J. SwARTZE, M. D. iHa **""0 "-*

Publication Title: Huntingdon Journal
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 19 December 1838

Executor's Notice i\ LL persons indebted to the Estate of uSASamuel Templeton late of Tyrone township, Huntingdon County deceased, are requested to make immediate payment, and thoie having claims against said'Estate arc requested to present them properly authenticated for payment at their residence in Tyrone township. JAMES THOMPSON Esq. JAMES TEMPLETON, Executors. November, 14th, 18S8.

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

1N7ELLIGENCER <$• DEMOCRAT. LECISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. THE ensuing session of the Legislature of this Commonwealth, it is expected, will be one of more intense interest to the people than any that has preceded it. Not only will it be the first session under a new organic law, untried, and in the estimation of many thousands, of doubtful untility, but it will be the first sessionfof contested elections—the first session to which the abused ballot-box will appeal for redress. Parties being nearly ballanced, and each firm as the ev erlas'ing hills in support ofits peculiar tenets, their conflicts—the one battelling under the sacred paople of truth, for the best interest of the people—the other with dark banner of falsehood waving over it, contending for power and the attendant -'spoila ot victory,"—will attach an interest to the session which will render vehicles of coriect information in regard to the proecdings, of immense importance to the citizens of Pennsylvania . Suchvfihi...

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

New Goods. A splendid stock of New Goods, just received and for sale cheap by the subscriber the publiclarc invited to call and examiner or tnemsevet T. READ. Mas/, 19. 18S8,

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

HARRISBURG PAPERS SEMI-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. LEGISLATURE PROCEEDINGS. THE ensuing Legislature will be one f unusual interest to every citizen ofthe Commowealth. The adoption of the Amendments to the Constitution, will give rise to new legislation in which it is not unlikely that party fee'ing may become warmerly enlisted, and subjects agitated that will excite the strongest desire to obtain earl y and correct 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 ot Legislation, will make the coming Legislature 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 $g For the year fa THEO. FENN, Harrisburg, Nov. 10, 1338.

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

PROSPECTUS. OF THE HARRISBURG CHRONICLE. There being nothing which so much enhances the value of a public journal as early and faithful news, the editor and proprietor of the Harrisburg Chronicle lias made such arrangements, as will not fail to make his paper equal, if not superior to any other in the place, during the ensuing year, in this particular. The sessions ol the State Legislature the coming session, promise to be unusually intsresting. The policy ot the new State administration, must excite curiosity in the minds of all such as take any part in the politics ofthe day, inasmuch as the friends of the new Governor have found much fault with the administration of Joseph Ritner, though one of the best Governors Pendsylvania ever had; and it remains to be seen from what this winter will develope, whether the people have made a wise change. Besides the interest [which the policy of the new administration will give rise to, the duties of this winter's Legislators will be suc...

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

TERMS. This paper will, as heretofore, be published twice a week during the session of the Legislature, and once a week during the remainder of the year, on a fine double medium sheet, and new type, at $3.00 per anuum payable in advance. For six months including the session ofthe Legislature, 83 50 in advance. No subscriber can discontinue his paper until all ar rearages are paid. G<7~Any person forwarding five names as subscribers, shall have a copy of the Chronicle gratia. E. GUYER.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 26 December 1838

TERMS OP THE BTJWTXHaDOlT JW&XTAL. The "Journal" will be published every Wednesday morning, at twri dollars n yearif paid IN ADVANCE, and if not paid within six months, two dollars and a half. _ Evety person who obtains five au'uscribers and forwards price ot subscription, shall be firmshed with a sixth cop? gratuitously for one rear. J/ Mo jubscriptiqnreceived tor a less period than six months, nor any paper discontinued satrlarvcarages are paid. AH communications must be addressed to the Editor, post paid, or they will not be witendcd to. Advertismcnts not exceeding one square (kill be inserted three times for one dollar for every subsequent insertion, 25 ficcnts per square will be charged:—if nodetniteorderd •re given as to the time an adverisment is to «c continued, it will be kept in till ordecd; Out. and charge accordingly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 26 December 1838

THE LONE ONE. Am—"Stolen' an a Rail." WOaOS BT H- T, CONRAD, ESQ 8xng Ay Quaylc, at hit Farewell Concert They told the soldier's widow'd bride Th«t he a glorious death had won; *Ohl would," she shreked, wj too had died, tyly child, for we are all alone-Desolate and lone! Desolate and lone) Desolate and lone I" Her heart was with her dead. Her babe in all her sorrow smiled. Her early doom'd, her only one; Death from her heartstrings tore that child And left her all alone—Desolate and lor el Desolate and lone) Desolate and lone) She pray'd to join her dead! Tit* widow clasp'd her sunken brow—Her pale lips breath'd a broken moan-She sunk—her heart had burst—and now She Is no more alone 1 Never more alone I Nevermore alone! Never more alone.! She sleeps beside her dead!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 26 December 1838

MISCELLANEOUS From the N. 0. Commercial Bulletin. Yiera Crux Taken. Br the French steam ship Meteor, arrived last ni ght in 60 hours from Vera Cruz, intelligence was received that the Castle of San Juan de Ulloa, was taken by the French Fleet after a bombardment •f three hours, with a loss of only four men, by the blockading squadron,—while from four to five hundred Mexicans wer killed. In tho same shi p came a messenger, who was hurried on to Washington being the bearer of important despatches. From the Courier we take the following particulars of the bombardment, Ou the J7th of November, (he French Admiral, Baudin.sent word to the Mexican General, ttincen, that he was about to attack the Castle of San Juan de Ulloa. About two o'clock the same day, three French triga/es, a sloop of war and two bomb ketches, moored between the reef within gunshot of the Castle; ,and so well ' ilireoted was their bombs a.id heavy artillery, that in less than four hours they had silenced the f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 26 December 1838

UPPER CANADA Corretpondence o/Uie Commercial Adv'er DETROIT, December 8, 1838. Fearing exaggerated reports might reach N. York, respecting the Canadian difficulties in our immediate vicinity, we have below detailed all the facts, as near as we can, that can be relied on. There had been, lor the last ten days past, a body of men collecting in the woods between this place and the Maumee river. Four days ago our town was filled with well dressed, peacible strangers. General Brady, suspecting them to be patri. ots. has had a steamboat plying up and down the river for three ni ghts, for the purpose ot intercepting their crossing. Night before last he found 250 stand of arms, and a report was current in town that tho patriots had given it up, and would disperse. These reports led Gen. Brad y into the the belief that it was not necessary to keep up the same watchfulness; and the conse. quence was, that the patriots, on tho sc cond, took quiet possession of a steamboat at our wharf,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 26 December 1838

Dreadful Steamboat Di$a»- tcr. From fheN. 0. Bulletin, Nov, 20, Thepainluljntelligence of the blowing up of the boilers on board the steamer Gen. Brown is confirmed by accounts re ceived yesterday morning. The " explosion occurred on the 25th ult. at Helena where the Brown was laying to for freight or passengers, and is attributed to the neglect of the engineer tn not letting off thc tteam in sufficient quantities. The effects of the accident were fiightful and awfull y destructive. The force of the ex plosion was so great as to throw two of Th.S? V\ °f the boat u P°nth« °»nkine other boilers were torn to fragments and scattered in every direction, and the entire boiler deck, extended aft as far as the door of the main cabin, was carried away, and tossed into the river and upon the shore. Here we have another example of the eflects of steamboat racing—a pernicious and atrocious practice, which continues to make havoc of humaulife on our waters, iu spite of the restraints and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 26 December 1838

"*S9S9S*> Road to ruin. The Cincinnati Mirror, says that a man who was hanged lately in a nei ghboring State for burglary and murder, confessed under the gallows that his career of crime began by stopping a newspaper without paying for it. It is certain he entered the road to ruin by the right gate. This should be a warning to all others of the human family who wish to cscane beino placed in a similar predicament. Notwithstanding the end to which this man came, we think the course he took in stopping his paper without paying for it, was far more honorable than is that of the man who continues to take a paper without paying for it. The latter, in our view commits a double crime, as he not onl y defrauds the printer, but leads him in his turn to violate the engagements made in consequence of the expectations raised by such promising patrons. We hardl y know what end such men will make.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 26 December 1838

THE GARLAND. —7— "With sweetest Bowers enrich'd Prom various gardens cull'd with care."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 26 December 1838

Children and their Concerns. Children are full ef cunning respecting their own affairs, mixed up with a recklessness of consequences that, altogether, make up their charming character, so different from the artificial minds of adults. I know a noble little fellow, for whom I have conceived a particular a ' dmi ration, because he is what he ought to be, —a boy. He has all the boy's faults and caprices; all the boy's nature. The other day, in a moment of irrepressible ardor, he seized a hammer, and went about the rooms knocking every thing to pieces. Overwent thc chairs, down the books, smash the looking glasses, and, at length having conquered the territory, be com menced battering the waits, wkich he bent half to pieces. His father, as yea may suppose, was indignant. "How did you do it, sir?" cried the frowning arbiter of his fate, in a tone that too obviousl y proceeded the birch. "Se.fathei," cried the boy, in the perfect simplicity of his character; "so; Ai so —and so," i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 26 December 1838

Popular Errors. From the Southern Literary Messenger. i nat fa contract, made on Sunday, ia not binding. That those who are loudest or most uncedsir.g in their professions of regard for the People, are the People's truest friends That genuine courage is shown b y va« poring or bravado. That it is consistent with the charae* tcrofa gentleman, to smoke in a stage coach. That green or unseasoned wood is as good for making fires, as dry or seasoned wood. That in order to exclude a child from a share in his father's estate, the father's will must give him something, howsoever small; or mention him in any manner. That hot bread, or any bread less than twenty four hours old, is wholesome. That excessive familiarity is not dangeronsto friendshi p. When I hear two men, whose intimacy does not date from childhood, calling each ether 'Tom' and *Nat,' I look for a speedy, ! and perhaps a violent death to their friendshi p. The friendshi p is not only shown, but strengthened, by mutual...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 26 December 1838

Canada Attaint . From the Sackett's Harbor Journal Dec. 8 JCAauuiiON OF GEN. VON SHULTZ. We have been informed by a gentleman who witnessed the scene, that the Patriot commander Von Shultz was hung in Kingston yesterday morning, and that Colonel Abbey and Mr. George were to be executed on Wednesday morning next, and perhaps Mr. Woodruff, though the Governor's sanction of the conviction and sentence of Woodruff, had not been received at Kingston when our informant left. We give the annexed as we find it. The feeling ot exultation manifested by the writer, we do not participate in. If these outrages are t* be continued, the war is inevitable. England cannet and will not endure them much longer. Neither would America, in similar circumstances. From the Detroit Post of Dec. 5. THE PATRIOTS HAVE LANDED. Yesterday morning about 3 o'clock, a patriot force, estimated at about five hundred, landed directly opposrte the bar. racks at Windsor. The regulars attacked them; the fire w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 26 December 1838

.2 WORE* To our subscribers—we ought to say patrons. But do you see, there is a difference. Winter is here, aud did it ever occur to you that the Printer, might .possibly be cold unless some one paid up, to give him a chance to pay up too. Winter is here. The printer wants to buy his beef and pork. (If we were in the situation of some of our Loco Foco contemporaries, we should not sutler for "whole hogs, ') but as it is, we have to buy our pork. Eyery thing has to be bought, nor is that all—it is sauced with thc harrassing thought, it must be paid for. Our patrons we know will pay up. W ill somi of our subscribers, enter their names among the list of patrons. "A stitch in time," is our doctrine, and we therefore commence in lime. Court week will soon be here—and it it does not bring with it a goodly share of the "root of eoilV for our purse, we must "suspend specie payments." But not belonging to the shinplaster concern, we have issued this to the best of the abilities of thc Ed...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 26 December 1838

W.SS. REF,SJ)J3SQ. * We have received from the author, an iddrcss delivered by him before the Piiiloinathcan society of the University of Pennsylvania upon "the orig in of our Revolutionary Union, the recorded and traditionary history cf the acts, and influ^ ences li'uich led to the convocation of the first conventional Congress." WeJiave read it v/ith great care and interest, and would earnestly commend its perusal and valuable advice to every young American. It bespeaks the deep research, and patriotism of its author, as well as the rich culture of a mind naturally luxuriant with intellectual worth. In a few short pages all the numerous usurpation of thc mother country, and the patient' forbearance, yet firm unyielding determination of the oppress colonists are related, interspersed, with many anecdotes, new at least to us, illustrative of the general character, and conduct cf the seperate colonies. The committee olthe society requested a copy of the address for publication. T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 26 December 1838

EXGnM&mn BAxm ASD S««¥l?.* US MA &TITS72Vr«f. No. G5 South 4th SlrCct, £D h iladelphia. CAP2TAL $250,000. Open daily for the transaction of business, from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. Depositesof Money received, for which the following rate of Interctt will be allowed. 1 year ," per cent per annum. 6 mo's 6 " " " " 3 " 4 " " " «« On Business Deposites, to be drawn at tilt pleasure cf thc Depositor, no interest will be allowed. The current Notes U Solvent Banks, in every part of the United States, will be received as Special Deppaites, oi such terms BE may be agreed on in each par ticular case. Ev ORDER OF T;IK UP • m;. - J. DESBAA, CoE.'/:>r. Philadelphia Dec. IS, 182lr,

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