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

asreTicia. 3P © <B i& !K 33> H IP © JR S. rake notic that I have applied to the Judges of the Court ot Common Plea- oi Huntingdon county for the benefit of trie ?t made for the relief of insolvent debtors; and the said court has r.ppcinttd the second Monday of January next for hearing me and my creditors, at tho cout house in the bnn.ughof Huntingdon, when and syjisre you may attend it yuu think propelS CHARLES M1JJA1R, JOHN HAVIS, CHURCH M. LiZACl. JOhN MQUACE.

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

SaisriiSF's t>l:defii, "1I*Y virtue of sundry writ:;.flf/":^ri i\'«T ¦ "¦> *««« Sic. issued out oi tho Court of Common- Pleas, ot Huntingdon County, and to mo directed, will be efnojscu " to piblic Sale nt the Court Hous:-, in Huntingdon, on the 13th day e.t J.iui^CV \.-:u, it 10o'clock A. M- the follov,inc ; " liberty vizi ¦ A tract of land pm tly in Springfield township Himtim/lon Cmuilv, and partly in Dublin township EedJ'otJ .County, aojoiniiig lands of Wilharr) Cothin, wilfinin Isgrii'- Hirry Drcn .::.- -r;-.c 'v,i! ¦:¦-¦ :¦¦ ../. - ¦ . .-.c : -ii ot! ;rs, Containing three hundred and eighty acres be the -2mc more or less, about <oat hundred acrefl o. which are lileared. YLH tv'.a erected a Cabin, liatn, witn thrcqy^n* ;¦ two story smia^g log house, one square log house one Story and a half high. A spring hr.nsc. and aii Apple Orchard also thereon." Belied, t:i1 „cn under cxecu'lion, and to l.-e sx'ld r.n the property of Hercules Ilerap dee'd ALSO One h...

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

. wrzoR. NOTICE ^ is. berebj given to all persons, concerned, that lli,. fAnowng rlartrVd persons uive settled their Accounts in tho Register's Office, at Huntingdon, and that the said Accounts will bs presented for confirm alien and allowance at an Orphans' Court to be held at Huntingdon, for thc county of Hunlingdon, on the second Monday .(14th day) of January next, viz:— I. James Majtee, Administrator of the es tatc of Andrew French, late of Tell Township, deceased. II. James Wilkin.;, Administrator of intestate of John Scott, late of West lownshid, deceased. III. Jajv.es Thompson, Executor of the last Will and Testament of Catharine CM derwood, lateot'thc Boiough of Birmingham! deos.sed. IV. Abraham Blobason rod 7'homns M. Kobison, Administrators ef the esutu of A- brahaw HoUson, d- c;as:d, who was CfoSr; dianof tfvs fhinor chiMren ofJdrlii ttdbiaoii late of Frankstow;-. Tovvnshrp, Q«ceased« V. X-JA.'X. A: i'ic*er_6'i : -.!i-i Jo,cph Reed, F::-ecutors of the'Iast V/itl anvl ...

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

ProcSara aiioa. "\g«ftifERE.AS by a i.i-LC.eot to me direc-YSi '1 ?" ' ¦;!U '1 ;,t fiur.tinMrn , the °:;hd:i) of . November; A, D. oro'. tribttsand eight liunJi-ed and tMrly eight,1 l::idei! the l-.ands and seal::'of the Hon- Thomas Butnsiyei Rreiiden': of t'.d '.lonit of Common Z'ler.s, Oyer and.Teiuiiji :-, and !,^:ic:al ia; l .'.eliv cvy of the-Iill ji-dirial disti !¦ - •'. of Pcnnsylvc.'r.ia, composed of the counties of P":''lin, K'.-.utingdoo .'Centr.*, Clearfioid, ?x:\ Jefferson, and tliK Hon. Joseph McCur.o and Joseph Adan.s, his associate Judges of the ccnnUof Cuntinjr Ion, justices assigned, appointed to ii-:;..-, try, and d tcrmine all am! every ijiqietirfents, and presentments made or taiAri for or concerning all crime's, which t,V foe lavs of the State are made capital or feioiv.cfl ut de.'th and all other offences, crimes iiml niis(!<'ineai!ors, which have been e-\-: b ill be comnp^ted or perp-trrit.-d v.-ith'm the said county, ?:' bit persons v.-hicb are or sh...

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

: St^f 1©®^ By virtue of an act of assembly incorporating the HoHidaysburg and Bedford Turnpike Company, it is made the duty of the stockholders, or any two of them, named in th« letter:; patient to give notice in all thc newspapers published in thc counties of Huntingdon and Bedford, of a time aud place to uo by ther.i appointed, at which time and place the said subscribers or us many of them as shall be then present, shall proceed to organize said Company, and shall choose by a majority of the said subscribers, by ball-t, 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 oi the above, we, the subscribers, do hereby give notice that a meeting for the above purposes will be held on TU-ESDA'Y TIIK. FIRST JAV OF JANUARY 1839—at tiis house of Peter Amich, in thelov.r. of St. Clair, Bedford county, when and where a full attendance is requested. J. W. DUNCAN, PETER C.VSSIDA...

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

1?#^2<P® , Nancy Smith by") In the Court o her next friend j Common Please of Kphraim Ramsey }. Huntingdon Counvs | ty. Wm. Henry Smith. J " Plurics Subpoena for Divorce. To William Henry Smith the defendant above named. " Take notice that by virtue of the above writ, ssned out of tho Court of Common Pleas ot Huntingdon County aforesaid, you are required ft0 be and appear befoi e the Judges of S aiJ Court, at a Court of Common Pleas to be held at Huntingdon in and for the said County of Huntingdon, on the second Mondgy of January next, to answer the Petition and Libel of your wife Nancv Ramsey for a Divorce from the Bonds of matrimonv, JOSEPH S IIANNON, sh'ir. Shcrlfi's ollice, 11 u ig- i don Nov. '.M;l.s

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

^ I !"T9\f 'Ttvrx R'-sptcti'ully inform tu. uiM.v. in r ;:?;.!, that tilery "if*--- . . WHARF $ WARE&\2& !he at Water Stuet, for a term of years, Tu. . ¦ re prepared to enter into the COMMISSION c> FORWARDING " business. Having some experience in the business, and being determined 3 »v-f cry exertion to render gatisTactio us*suci; as may favour them with their on ta. ge, they hope to merit and'receive a sh>rc ol that confidence which a guieiyus public has formerly extended.to tbun. The following very reasonable list ef rates shall be strictly adhered to. Mdze. from East per ton ? 1 00 do. do. West 75 Bar-Iron do. do. 50 Blooms do do 3H fig Metal do do 12J Fisft do Bbl. a . S:lt do do Ci Flour do do !t Wheat do Has. .'! live Sc Corn do do 24 Oats do do 2 Bituminous Coal do do 2-Antl-.racit- do dd- -Tr-rv 1.0O Plaster of Paris do do 50 For weighing Plaster (t«d Bar Iron 25 cts. per Ton will be charged in addition to the .d-ve, and for Blooms and Pig Met...

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

THE collectors of tax in the county of Huntiugdcn, previous to, and including the year 163?, ami all other persons indebted, in any manner, to* the said eouuty, are requested to call immediately with flic county Treasurer and i^nkc payment of the several amounts for which tliey-stand indebted, as '.he mens} is much needed, by the county a. .liit ('result time, on account, of the num-I . ;¦ 'Hii-Ulges now under contract, and tho p'u? r.ii.o .-,:;I;:TIO:,- to the County Crurt Hon-/.! which will hr put under contract in a short time. Those who do. tiot comply with th.: above request against the next January Court, w:i'. be proceeded against as the law .lirects. • • TOHN STEVER ¦ ) PETER; SWWOPEtW. Bffbmmis'rs JAN: ES- MOORE. > Conrmirrs Oi'rice Hunting- > don, Ncv. 2:11833, " 5

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

r !S!ANNWBtY 9 * ArT PRIVATE SALE. The subscriber offers for sale his ?^ari*i & Tannery, ( ,tu-.ted hi McConnellstown, Huntingdon .ofthtjV, only 5 miles trim the Canal Basin a t Huntingdon. THE TANNERY, is situated by the side of a never railin Strcaip ef water and Irom which the yard i supplied by the means of a wheel. Th Shop is ~i) feel by 60, and is a substantia Frame building. There is a superiov IVuk Mill in itie r.ccond story, which delivers the giT-'Uld Barkon lothe first floor. Theie is also every other convenience that call be needed. Uonnucitd with the Tarrnery is auo, a tract of good iroBfcer Land, from which a sufficient supply of bark can a trays bo obtained. THE FARM LAND, and Buildings connected therewith are of thc iieit kind, being 15 Acres of Limestone Land, mostly cleared and under good fence. The Buildings are situated on two town Lots, consisting of a Three Story Stone House, well calculated for a store |or tavern, and a small Bank Barn. On the same l...

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

ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. ¦ "TCgrOTICK, is hereb y given, that letters X^ cf Administration have been granted to the snfocriber upon the Estate of llenry M'Garvey' late of Shirty Townmi p deceased; and all persons knowing diemselves to be indebted to the said Estate, an; hereby requested to moke pay' .iient; and all having claims upon the said Essatc, are requested to present them to subscriber properly authenticated for settlement. He i will be at [the late residence of the deceased, during the tirsi & second weeks in January next, for the purpose of making settlements—and all persons having unsettled accounts with said Kstate are earnestl y requested to pre sent them at that time. EDWAR2? M'GARVEY. Dec. 19, 1838. '"

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

NOTICE I IS hereby given, that the accounts o James Kntriken and Thomas Jackson Trustees of Johathan Leslie, have been filed in the Court of Common Pleas of Huntingdon County, and will be presented to the Judges of the said Court on the second Monday In January next for confirmation, of which, all persons interested mav take noice. ROBERT CAMPBELL Pre-V December, 15, 18JP.

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

THE JOURNAL. 'One country, one constitution, one destiny' lltiniingrion Dec. 26, I $38-Democratic %<intimason ie CANDIDATES. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. WM/H. HARRISON FOR VICE PRESIDENT DANIEL WEBSTER ^ FLAG OF THE PEOPLE! (Kf* A single term for the Presidency, and the office administered for the whole PEOPLE, and not for a PARTY. J/" A sound, uniform and convenieni National CuttltENCY, adapted to the wants of the whole COUNTRY, instead of the SHIN PLASTERS brought about by cm- present RULKRS. JJ-ECONOMY, RETRENCHMENT, and REFORM in the administration of public affair?, JE/"Tircd of Experiments and Experimenters, Republican gratitude will reward unobstrusive merit, by elevating the subaltern of WASHINGTON and thc dosciple of JEFFERSON, and thus resuming the safe and beaten track of onr Fathers,—L. '-jazcttc.

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

" The silken tie that binds two willing hearts,' IUARteiED. On the 25th ult, by John Skylcs, Esq., William Oss, of'Duncarsvillethis county, to Miss Sophia Folk of IJcdford county.

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

MONEY FOUND THE undersigned found on the Canal below Alexandria, a part of a Pocket Book j containing a sum of money. The owner can have it by proving property paying charges, on application to me, one mile below Alexandria. SEMPLE FLEMING, I Aug. 25, 18o8. i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 2 January 1839

TERMS OP THE STJNTINODCXT J01JRMAL. The "Journal" will be published every Wednesday morning, at two dollars a year if paid IN ADVANCE, and if not paid within •ix months, two dollars and a half. Evety person who obtains five subscribers *od forward* price of subscription, shall be finished with a sixth copy gratuitously for •ne year. N i subicription received tor a less period * .li in »ix months, nor any paperdiscontinucd until arrearages are paid. All communications must be addressed to the Editor, post paid, or they will not be • itended to. Advertismcnts not exceeding one square lull be inserted three times for one dollar for <:Tcry subsequent insertion, 25 ficenls per squire will be charged:—if nodetniteorderd ire ,;iven us to tlv time an adverisment is to ii'continued, it will !)»> kept in tillordeed; but, and charge accordingly. in i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 2 January 1839

Twenty-Fifth Congress. T.'IRD SESSION. {Repcr/edfor the N. T Dail y Express.] HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. WASHINGTON, Dec. IT. As soon as the Journal was read this morning, Mr. Fry, of Pa. asked leave to efler a resolution, calling on the President of theU. States For information as to the fact whether or not he had senior ordered to be sent an armed force to Pennsyl-Tania, with the view of suppressing the riots at Harrisburg. The resolution further called for all corespondence in the possession of the. President, all the information he had in rela'.ion thereto, if not incompatible with the public interest. Objections were made to the reception •f the resolution. A motion to suspend the rules was uVen made. The yeas and nays were called, and two-thirds of the members were foi the " ¦¦traduction of the resolution—ayes 138, Bays 58. Mr. Diddle, ot Penn. was opposed to the resolution. He objected to adding fuel to the flame of public excitement Why, he said, add to the excitement...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 2 January 1839

FROM ll\$SH£.VXTOA Corresponder.ee of the U, S. Gatelie. Washington, Dec, 22, !6S8. After the reception of a number ol unimportant reports from committees, Mr Wise obtained the floor and was proceeding to resume his speech on his motion to refer the Special Report on the N. Y. defalcations to the committee, when he gave way on the request of Mr. Garland of Va., to allow that gentl man to offer a resolution. The resolution was read and is the one which I some days since infor. med you Mi- Garland was about to bring forward, viz:—lor appointing by ballot, a select committee of nine to investigate the uelalcations of Swartwout a»J Price, and all other such cases as may occur. Cambcrleiig rose and s»»l he would ac cept it as an amendment to his motion, excepting that part of it making the appointment of th< committee by ballot. Of course not. Such a mode, the onl y mode by which the investigation could be made of any practical benefit, cannot be expected to find favour in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 2 January 1839

MEETING Of tk* friends of the CONSTITUTIOiMAWS At a meeting convened ot the house of J. McConnel. in the Borough of Huntingdon, on Tuesday the 25th inst. by the friends of the constitution and laws . Win Reed Esq. was called to the chair, John Glazier, Knot Sritt, S, McPherran, and T. Read E-q. chosen Vice Presidents, and S. F. Green, W P Orbison Esq. and J. H. Stonebraker,secretaries. When on motion the following persons were appointed a committe to draft resolutions. Their re port is found below. W. Orbison, Jno. Reed, Ino. Williamson, J.S,xton VV. Z.igkr. J. Steel, R. MpMmtrie, 1 . Stilt, J. Henderson, A. H. Mm ""' £• u,""'e 'P ' Swnnpe Jr, Jno. F. ftU SWi D- McMurtrie J. Stntj U Miller} 1. Usher; S. S. Wharton; W. Kiediiour; A, W, Benedict; Dr. C. Coryell. A crisis has arrived in our Republic, which calls for the serious contemplation, decision, and action of all the friends ol free government. Unfortunately there are many, too itany, among us, who have more to gain, as th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 2 January 1839

The Case of Mr. Su artm ont. From the National Intelligencer. The documents transmitted by the President of the United States to Congress 'in relation to the recently discovered default of Samuel Swartwout, late Collector of the customs for the port of New York," have been printed forth,-use. ol Congress, and now lie before us hi the form ol a pamphlet ..I more than one hundred pages. \Ve extract from the nass the particulars which follow. The Secretary of the Treasury reports to the President that, during the continu- ance of Mr. Swartwout in rfilce, the statement of his accounts in a condet'etl form, were made weekly to the Department, with punctuality, usuall y exhibited a balance in his hands, rang! nil frit'n a mere nominal sum, or not! ing, to a hundred thousand dollars. The las' return he made before he left office pxhii>if< , i 8l2«,9r0on hand. The return sonnafter his going out nf office which inclu.lcd nnlv the last thr.-edays of his term, showed ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 2 January 1839

Vnttcd States anil Pennsylvania. R.,-rTV. T a ,oUcr from Governor 2.1 -i • \ uXa n Buren - in wswer to one which he had receive.l from the Secm d7b °v tTa^reSpeCt,n« lhe re«ui »"™ made by the Governor on the President, Ilirri ¦,"*" »t0 SUpP'"eSS t,,e riots at he Set"? ^C „. W0U,tl lik ° f Publish the Secretary of War's letter, but cannot find room for it; he however declined to ffi&r hthe tremor's requuTtio ° because the commotion "grew out ot a no SS ¦J"*"*" »nJ "i-.v-official" nfor-•na ion led him to doubt the Governor's edc ' t'r"3 - /f«"'i"k that the sub oin ed letter must have tltmg a little. York Republican. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT , > Harrisburg, Dec. 1-1, 1838 S To JIh'Excellency, Martin Van Buren, President of the United Mates. SIR I have the honor to acknowledge the rtce.p ofa letter from the Secretary at War, dated on the 11th inst., in reply to my letter of the Tth addressed to you. " Xbstainingaltogether.it this time from any discussion of the duty w...

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