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

MESSAGE. To THE SEHATH AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA. FELLOW-CITIZENS — The annual message to the legislature was prepared on the 4th inst. for the presentation. But the scenes of contusion which then commenced and which 'continued to disgrace the seat of government till a few days ago, prevented its delivery. In {transmitting it now, I feel compelled by every motive of official duty as chief magistrate, and ol patriotism as a citizen, to preface it with a brief detail of the facts connected w'uh the recent outrage, and to call upon you, as you love order and your ri ghts and venerate the institutions of your country, to adopt every possible means to prevent ihe recurrence of similar disorders. On the day appointed by the constitution for the meeting of the legislature, the members of the House of Representatives attended to organise that body; but owing to a dispute relative to certain returns" , two .Speakers were chosen, and two //buses ...

Publication Title: Huntingdon Journal
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 2 January 1839

/ >\< oujr — . « WOBtA* 1 -, _„..!,« *fn„ rp .... , 'HBSCrWCIS—WC UUglii. ess fe*tete*tta j! sibly be cold unles-iso.™ one P"fe «P» . ts give him a chance to pay °P too. , W [* ter is here. The arlntfr w. vits to buy us beef and pork. (If we were «' i"e situation of some of our Loco SocOcu ("t J'nl / poraries, we should not suffer for "whole hogs") but as it is, we have fo buV our pork. Every thing has to be bought, noils that all—it is sauced with the hurra> sins thought, it must be paid for. Oui Slllg UlUUgul, IL IUUB1, vv yai.M IVM "»i „ patrons we know wiWpay Up. W' ill son:< of our subscribers, enter their names among the list of patrons. "A stitch in time," is our doctrine, and we therefore commence in lime. Co'.trt week will soon be here—and il it does not bring with it a goodly share of the "root of evil" tor our purse, we must "suspend specie payments." But not belonging to the shinp laster concern, we have issued this our Proclamation, t...

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

Harrisburg —Its istota—A'c During the whole of the excitement which has existed at Harrisburg, we have been studious in avoiding every thing that should add fuel to the flame, or which should cast exclusive censure upon anv party. We have given a history of nearly all that transpired at the scene of war, but without note or comment. The scene of strife—and of disgrace, we believe is now ended. We may now be considered at liberty to draw the attention of our readers to the affray, and its most conspicuos actors. I hat the gathering of rioters and evil disposed persons was premedinated . none can deny, after reading tbo letter of Geo. Wolf to Secretary Woodbury, for he says he directed his custom house officers not to go to Harrisburg, because he ANTICIPATED difficulties. This at once convicts the government officers, of understanding the thing, long before it was enacted. With the evidence we have published before them our readers can easil y draw at least a tolerably corre...

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

THE JOURNAL.. " -= ^ =31 'One country, one constitution, one destiny' Huntingdon Jan. 2, IS3S. Bemocralic Jlnlituasonic CANDIDATES. FOR PR ESIDEN T, GEN.WM.K. HARBISON FOR VICE PRESIDENT DANIEL WEBSTEjt

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

I'liAtW Hi? THE PEOPLE! (Kp A single terni for the Presidency, and the office edmlnlitered for the whole PEOPLE, and not for a PARTY. $J* A sound, uniform and convenien) National CURRK.NCY, adapted to the wants of the who'.e COUNTRY, instead of the SHIN PLASTERS brought about by cur present RULERS. S)yECONOMY, RETRENCHMENT, and REFORM in the administration of public affairs, jtyTired of Experiments and Experiinciters, Republican gratitude will reward unobtrusive merit, by elevating the subaltern of W ASHINGTON and the dosciple of JEFFERSON. »I»I thus resuming the safe and beaten track oi our Fathers,—!.. Gazette. Messrs. Hell and Cunningham, will accept onr thanks, far their attention at Harrisburg, in sending us documents iS-c. A ' s soon as Mr. Potter, [our Congress ma|;l sends Jus anything, we intend to thank ''¦¦" aUo-

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

nrsi The Meeting. Our readers will find on tne page the proceedings of a meeting held on Christinas day, by the citizens of our Borough. We commend them to their attentive perusal. They spoak not in the language of excitement, but, in the dignified tone of freeman, their love of right, and respect for the existing laws, and their detestation of a government ol force. We rejoice to find that our friends do not wish to show themselves favorable to any of the mad and visionary schemes which has disgraced the capitol of the State; and throw our good State of Pennsylvania into an unenviable, and disreputable cimpsir"son with the other States. It will take years for Pennsylvania to regain her former standing in the Union.— Who excited, or who caused the result will not alter the fact. The injury has been done and how the stain came on her escutcheon, it matters not, it will remain there to dim its brig htness for many a day. We now earnestly hope that every friend of his country...

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

OBITUARY. Death of JtSr. Cassat. Quite a gloom was cist over our community on Wednesday morning by the intelligence of the death of MR. CASSAT, Senator from Adams county, who was found dead in bed in his room at Gleim's Hotel, about eleven o'clock. His funeral took place yesterday and was attended by both Houses of the Legislature, as U customary on such mournful occasions. His remains were sent to his family residence. No member stood higher in the estimation of all who knew him than Mr. C. It is believed that he died of palpitation of the heart.—liar. Intelligencer.

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

STRAY. Bull three years oid, four white feet, with white along the belly. Ti\e owner is requested to com e forward, prove property pay charges, and take him awnv. JNO. FORGESON January 2, 1839.

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

FOTM© B&mm> *VM^ILL be sold at public sale by the ™ " Subscriber, living at the \EL,L,on spnwas, on Saturday the 5th., of January next. --jy* ^^ . ONE FULL SIX HORSE sold by whole sale, to be sold at retail. ALSO—one other horse JU-TX ,.ifjk and TWO SETS OF hind SMSL i GEARS. wemum (£rSale to commence at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, which a reasonable credit will be given by JOHN II. STOVER. January 2nd., 1839.

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

sun MW^WH* OF FOREIGNLITERATURE SCIF.ACI AND ART Is published every month by E. Littlc*& Co., 212 Chesnut Street, Philadelphia," a six dollars a year, ,,avable 1P advance. Distant subscribers are requested to remit a ?5 note on account. With the year 18.18 begins the Fourth Vol ume of a New Scries, complete sets of which CTO be furnished at Two Dollars and a half bound. The New Series is begun because we are no longer able to supply orders for complete sets of the old. CONTENTS OFTHE JANUARY NUMBER. 01 the Earlier English Moral ;Songs and Poems, The Cabinet and tlie Country, Reigns of George the third and fourth, Milman's edition of Gibbon, Dickens's Tales. ChU na Opened', Narrative of John J/ard Gibson, Nicholas Nicklcby , Oliver Twist, Fardorougha, the Miser, Writings ol G. Washington, Rcdfilcd and Reid on A' torms, Lane's Notes on Ab'hams nights-

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

NOTICEW% WllH©!^. Take notic that I have appl.cd to the Judges of the Court ot Common Pleas of Huntingdon county for the benefit of the act made for the relict of insolvent debtors; and the said court has appointed the second Monday of January ntXtfor hearing me and my creditors, at the coot house in the borough ot Huntingdon, when and where you may attend it you think proper. CHARLES MILLER, JOHN DAVIS, CHURCH M. LEACH. JOf>N MOHAVE. JOUN DAY,

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

Sheriff's Sales. BY virtue of sundry writs of fieri Fa cias &c. issued out ol the Court ol Common Pleas ol Huntingdon County, and to me directed, will be exposed to public Sale at the Court House, in Huntingdon, on the 13th day ol January nexti it 10 o'clock A. M. the following property viz: A tract of land partly in Springfield township Huntingdon County, and partly in Dublin township Bedford Comity, adjoining lands of William Corbin, William Isgrig, Henry Dronebergcr, William M'Clain and others, containing three hundred and eighty acres be the same more or less, about one hundred acres of which arc cleared. Thereon erected a Cabin Hani, with three fiens, a two story square log house, one square log hcuse one story and a half high. A spring house, and an Apple Orchard also 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 e...

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

Hi? ££$$***? *$ • SSQTIGB. 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 b; presented for confirmation and allowance at an Orphans' Court to he held at Huntingdon, for the county of Huntingdon, on the second Monday (14th day) of January next, viz:— I. James Magec, Administrator of the cs tale of Andrew French, late of Tell Township, deceased. II. James Wilkins, Administrator of the estate of John Scott, late of West Townshid, deceased. III. James 7'hompson, Executor of th last Will and Testament of Catharine Ca* dei wood, late of the Borough of Birmingham1 deceased. IV. Abraham Robison and T'hom.is M. Robison, Administrators ef the estate of Abraham 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 hist Will and Testament of James ...

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

Proclamation. WHEREAS by a precept tome directed dated at Huntingdon, the 24thdaj nf November, A. D. one thousand eight hundred and thirty eiglu, under the hands and seals of the Hon- Thomas Bumsidc, President of the Court of Common Pleas, Oyer and Terminer, and general jail deliv cry of the 4th judicial district of Pennsylvania, composed of the counties of Mifflin, Huntingdon, Centre, Clearfield, and Jefferson, and tho Hon. Joseph McCunc and Joseph Adams, his associate Judges of the county of Huntingdon, justices assigned, appointed to hear, try, and determine all and every indictments,'anil presentments made or taken for or concerning all crimes, which by the laws of the State arc made capital or felonies of death and all other offences, crimes and misdemeanors, which have' been or shall be committed or perpetrated within the paid county, or all persons which are oi shall hereafter be committed or be perpetrated for crimes aforesaid—I am commanded to make. Public Proclamation....

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

TURNPIKE ir#umm 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 all the newspapers published in the- counties of Huntingdon and Bedford, ofa time and place to oe by them appointed, at which time and place the said subscribers or as 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 ballot, in person, one President, six Managers, one Treasurer, anil such other officers as may be necessity to conduct the business of said Company. In pursuance therefore ot the auove, we, the subscribers, do hereby give notice that a meeting for the above purposes will be held on TUESDAY THE FIRST DAY OF JANUARY 1839—at the house of Peter Amich, in the town of St. Clair, Bedford comity, when and where a full attendance is requested. J. W. DUNCAN, PE ER CASS1DAY, AL...

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

lF#TO<ra. Nancy Smith by~ | In (he Court o her next friend | Common Please of Ephraim Ramsey \ Huntingdon Counvs ty. 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, ssued out of tho Court of Common Picas ot Huntingdon County aforesaid, you are required t{ 0 be and " appear before the Judges of Said Court, at A Court of Common Pleas to | n . held at Huntingdon in and for the said County ol Huntingdon, on the second Mondgy of January next, to answer the Petition and Libel of your wife Nancy Ramsey for a Divorce from the Bonds of matrimony. JOSEPH SHANNON, Sli'iT. Sherifl's ollice.IIu ig- i don Nov. 24,18 \

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

STEWART & HORRELL, Respectfully inform there friends and the public in general, that they have rented the WHARF $ WAREHOUSE at Water Street, for a term of years, they are prepared to enter into the COMMISSION S, - FORWARDING business. Having some experience in the business, and being determined 2 every exertion to render sntisfactio «s e such as may favour them with their on ta ge, they hope to merit and receive a share ol that confidence which a generous public has formerly extended to them. The following very reasonable list cf 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 31J. Pig Metal do do 124 Fish dO Bbl. 8 Salt do do 6} Flour do do 5 Wheat do Bus. 3 Rye 8c Corn do do 21 Oats do do 3 Bituminous Coal do do 2 Anthracite do do Ton 1 00 Plaster of Paris do do 50 For weighing Plaster and Bar Iron 25 riper Ton will be charged in addition tn .u ^ above, and for Blooms and Plsr "M^,.,! I~ cts. per Tor,. J...

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

UlL Lo OF EVERY DESCRIPTION I PR INI ED IN STYLE .IT THIS OFFICE.

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

TANNERY, . %4T PRIVATE SALE. The subscriber offers for tale" his Farm <& Tannery, tuated In Mr.Connel' .stown, Huntingdon County, only 5 miles from the Canid Basin it Huntingdon. THE TANNERV, Is situate' by the side of a ncvt. r lailm stream of water and trom which the > '.a ™' supplied by the means of a wheel. »- " Shop is .10 feet by fiO, and is a substantia , Frame building. There is a superior Bark' Mill in the second story, which delivers the I ground Bark on to the first floor. There is id in 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. THE FARM LAND, and Buildings connected therewith are of the best kind, being 15 Acres ot Limestone Land, mostly cleared and under good fence. Th* Buildings arc situated on two town Lots, consisting of n Three Story Stone House, Hit r -< '*ii J well calculated for a store'or tavern, and a ...

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

ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. "WCTOTlCE, is hereby given, that letters ±yi of Administration have been granted to the subscriber upon the Estate of Henry M'Garvey' late of Shiily Township " deceased;and all persons knowing themselves to be indebted to the said Estate, are hereby requested to moke payment; and all having claims upon the said Essate, are requested to present them to subscriber properly authenticated for settlement. He will be at the late residence of the deceased, during the first & fflcond weeks in January next, for the purpose of making settlements—and all persons having unsettled accounts with said Estate are earnestly requested topic sent them at iJ'nt time. EDWARD M'GARVEY. Dec. 19, 1838.

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