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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 9 January 1839

BILLS OF EVERY DES CRIPTION PRINTED IN STYLE AT THIS OFFICE.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 9 January 1839

Dr. J. ITI. YOUNG. STOSTOit MOTIEST* RESPECTFUL LY 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, Filing, Pluging, Extracting and 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 the best quality. N, M. Ladies will be waited upon at their residence, if requested. REFERENCES. J. HENDERSON, M. D. D. HOUTZ, M. D. J, M. GEMMILL, M. D. REV. S. WILSON, JUDGE ADAMS. J. H, MILLER, M. D. President of Washington Medical College. J. BUCKLER, M. D. ? a ,.. A.J. SWARTZE, M. D. S BaU,more -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 9 January 1839

HARRISBURG PAPERSSEMI-ffEEKLY TELEGRAPH. LEGISLATURE PROC EED1N GS. 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 toobtain early 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 otJLegislation, 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 ils proceedings, taken by experienced reporters. It will also contain Congressional proceedings, and general news. TERMS; For the session $2 For the year $3 THEO. FENN, Harrisburg, Nov. 10, 1333.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 9 January 1839

INTELLIGENCER S DEMOCRAT. LEGISLATIVE 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 scssionfof 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 eilas'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 con ect information in regard to the proeedings, of immense importance to the citizens of Pennsylva nia . Such vehicle w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 16 January 1839

THE SAILOR'S SICK CHILD. , Mother, when will morning come? A.'weeping creature said; i on a woe-worn, wither'U orcast It laid its little head, ,nd when it does, I hope 'twill be AU pleasant, warm and bright, nd pay me for the many pangs fre felt this weary night-) mother, would you not, if rich, Like the rector, or the squire. law • bright candle all the night, And make a nice warm fire? I should be so glad to see Their kind and cheerful glow! then I should not feel the night loa very long I know Tn true you fold me to your heart, And kiss rue when I crykid lift the cup onto my lip When I complain I'm dry. .tross my shoulder your dear arm All tenderly Is prens'd, t»d often I am lu'.l'd tc sleep By lk« throbbing of your breast. lot 'tweuli be comfort, would it not. For you as well as me, 'a have a light- -to hare a fire-Perhaps—a cup of tea? aftcn think I should be well It these things were but so—ermetber, I remember, once We had them—long ago. lot yon were not a widow tht...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 16 January 1839

SELECT TALE. THE SJWtKE EATER. 'Some strange commotion Is in his brain: he bites his lip, and starts; Slops on the sudden, and looks upon the ground; Then lays his finger on his temple; straight Springs out into fast gate; then stops again, Strikes his breast hard; then anon he casta His eye against the moon; in most strange posture We have seen him set himself.' SHAKS. HKNRT VIM. A few years ago, near the sunset of an autumnal day, I reached a populous town on the banks of the Mississippi. An accident to the steam-boat, wherein I hail embarked, and by which many lives lost through the carelessness of an ignorant and drunken engineer, had compelled the directors ot the boat to stop with the remaining company, and repair the damages that had occurred. Alas! there were damages and evils on board that unpretending craft, which were beyond the reach of mechanist or chirurgeon. The dead were strewing the deck; fragments of the boiler, and broken wheels were lying around; and masses...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 16 January 1839

TERMS or THE E JNTXNGDOIT JOURNAL. he "Journal" will be published every dnesday morning, at two dollars a year if , IN ADVANCE, and if not paid within nouths, two dollars and a half. reiy person who obtains five subscribers forwards price ot subscription, shall be ished with a sixth copy gratuitously for 0 subscription received tor a less period i six months, nor any paperdiscontmued 1 arrearages are paid. ,tl communications must be addressed to Editor, post paid, or they will not be Diided to. idvertisments not exceeding one square be inserted three times for one dollar tor rr subsequent insertion, 25 ficents per are will be charged:—if no detnite orderd given as to the time an adverisment is to Continued, it will be kept in tillordeed; , and charge accordingly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 16 January 1839

THE GARLA ND. "With sweetest flowers enrich'd Prom various gardens cull'd with care."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 16 January 1839

LATE FROM FLORIDA [Private Correspondence] Si Augusta, Dec. 19/ 183* "Gen. Taylor has done nothing yel since the opeutiu <>f the campaign, and I fear the spring will come upon him befora his irmy will bava captured even an Indi an woman. The policy of the Government in relation to this war seems to be entirely changed since the last season, rhen the army moved in large bodies with effecting nothing but the most) wasteful expenditure of public money that Mas evir heard ol; now, the troops art inyerv <mall bodies at posts acrots East llorida, naking roads through the swamps, as it is laid for 'the purpose of keeping tho Indians south of this line,' so thai 'the plan-J ters may.be safe on the north of it.' Unwell this has succeeded |ihus far. • , j', can judge from the murders t1- we •¦ mined every few days, e»- • .a '.al'e com miles of'Grarey's V 'T11 **' -5itn a few General depot ¦ ' . ..;. *">'' w "ele « the before I " ; •' if"* Mrty. Two days fam...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 16 January 1839

Jl'ST TUB DIFFERENCE. In New York State, the Whigs have the ascendency for the first time for many years, and every office is filled with men of the Van Buren creed. Aware of the likelihood of changes, a writer in the New York Evening Post, (a real Van Buren paper,) thus talks: "The Whigs have it in their power to do a great good in this State, to set a high example, mid thus dispose many of their opponents to think very differently of their policy from what they do at present. Hut there is no reason to believe that they will doit. Their motto is "a clean sweep!" Nothing but this will satisfy their aven<>-. ing spirit, and cormorant appetite for office." All tins because the Whigs have the power and the Van Buren men the offices . In Maryland, a Van Buren Governor has recently been elected, while most of the appointed officers are of course Whigs —and the Baltimore Republican, an out and out Van Bu.en paper, holds the following language: "We would volunteer a w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 16 January 1839

Extract IVOISJ Washington's Farewell Address. We commend the following extract from the address of the Father of his Country to the perusal of the advocates of tho late lawless proceedings at Harnsburg.—P. Morning Star. "The very idea of the power and the right of the people to establish a govern'".-:iit, presupposes the duty of every individual to obey the established government. All obstructions to the execution of the laws, all combinations and associations, under whatever pfausable character, with a real design to direct, control, counteract or awe the regular deliberation or action of the constituted authorities, are destructive of this fundamental principle, and of fatal tendency. They serve to organize faction, to give it a*? artificial and extraordinary farsc, to put in ihe place ol the delegated will of the Bdtfnn the will of a party, often a smalt but atii 'ul ail" enterprising minority of the community, aim' according to the alternate triumphs of different parties...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 16 January 1839

raEJOUSNAt. •One country, one constitution , one destiny Huntingdon Jan. re, IS39

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 16 January 1839

Mi.144 OF THE PEOPLE! 00" A single U-rm for the Presidency, and the ofticc administered for tne whole VllOPLE, and not for a PARTY. il7~ A sound, uniform and convenieni National L URRJENCY, adapted to the wants of !!1 ,e ,W J-?'?..V'" UNTllYl '"stead of the SHiN lL.AhAi,RS brought about by rur present lluLF.RS. i17*EcoN'oMv, RKTHKNCHMKNT, and REFOHM'ln the administration of public affairs, lT7"Tired of Experiments and Experimenters, Kepuhlican gratitude will reward unobstrusive. merit, by elevating the subaltern of WASHINGTON and the dosciple of JEFFERSON, and thus returning the safe and beaten track of otu- Fathers,—L. Gazette.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 16 January 1839

Rcllins on Elections Soon after the late election, wo gave our opinion upon the criminality of bet t'ng on elections. We however, will recur again to the subject, fiaving our attention called fo the subject by the concluding part of Judge Burnsidc's charge to the grand jury. The Judpc in n few words expressed his horror of this iniquitious practice. lie considered it the cause of alt the strife, ill feeling, fraud, and lijt committed on the election ground. It was the fruitful mother of all corruptions and critr-e that disgraced the day which shd'.l'd he held sacred by every freeman-The Freedom of f.Ie-ion he considered the fountain of our nappy institutions—corrupt that, and every stream that flows 'romit wiil become polluted. Nothing can be more true, and we l rusti!i;it iln* jury will present the evil to the Legislature as one of fearful magnitude, and we hope that every go6d citizen will lilt his voice in favor of the passage of a law, the penalty of which shall stop in ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 16 January 1839

The Five Senators- >'e have been watting anxiously, expecting to get some reasons, given " by tin five Senators, who supported the resolution recognizing the Hop.kinJJ House, alr'lough had previousl y declared it was not constitutionally orgariizeS Nothing however, has appeared, which in any way catisfios our mind, or rel'evos thorn " of tl e charge" of inconsV.encv. J„0. Strolan his addressed a letter to his constituentsbut to us it is a very lame affair. Wc re gret his conduct more than any other man. Hit name has often bfoii meutii nod to us in conversation with the next gubernatorial contest, ia such a manner, that we could not misunderstand. Since his •'Cpmeriion," we have heard the same penono say they uioultl not support a man wholiai! \yj{ more firmness. A few weeks since we noticed W •"ui'.'r. of Gov. Purler, when he went on his Polish errand to llarrisbuig. The Advocate ^-ot quite cross about it, and in its usual spirited manner, si ghed -over the widows and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 16 January 1839

The Governor's * 7Iessttsre. ISever was there a public document which called forth more the denunciations of its opponents, than the last message of Governor Ritner; and never wus there one which required more unremitting party condemnation h draw the attention of the honest people from its plain statement of facts. Th; prefaratcry part, describing the conductor the ruthless and unprincipled mob, and its more unprinci pled leaders, makes the advocates of the rebel power writhe in agony. Oui former ffhi g friend of the Lewistown Republican, is particularly zealous to show that Gov. Ritner "pronounced a withering satire" upon the conduct of "Stevens, Burruwes <$• Co." in his allu« sions to the usurpations of the m >b.— Our neighbor shows that he feels the lash properly applied, and in order to save his party says "'taint I." The ceiuslie applied by our young Loco friend seems to strike us as being lunar, fur his commentaries have no bearing at all upon the messag...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 16 January 1839

Ijftfcst and Interesting Troin Mexico. >MCA CRUZ TAKEN BY' THE « FRENCH. By the subjoined , which we received ast evening in a slip from the New Orleans Bee, of the 1st inst., it will be seen that the Mexicans, refusing to abide by the treat y mule with the French after the loss of San Juan de Ulloa, have been again defeated, and have lost (he city of Vei-a Cruz. This is probably not. the end •I the war, nor the contest.— U.S.Guzette . The brig Kenhawa, which arrived last evening from Cagiina, which she. left on the 10th December, brings interesting intelligence derived from the British barque Per*, from AVralicios, then at Lagu na. From this source wa learn that the town of Vera Cruz has been taken by the French, after a bombardment. The Mex-1 '.1,1 (i«»n0l'!it .trial.. •....». 1..1 _ ' { tuen i ,i - ~- »"an nw prisoner by the French. And General Santa Ann was so grievousl y wounded as to render necessary the . amputationof a leg. The Mexican government, not willing ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 16 January 1839

MORE LAWLESS PATRIOTISM. A letter of the 2nd inst. from Oswesp, received in this citv. states that on the previous day, the Collector having heard of two brass field pieces being concealed near the bridge, notified the fact to Captain Gwynn. commanding the United States force the-e. Ha detached a file, of men to seize them. A mob, however, interfered to prevent this, when the whole company were called out to execute the busi less. Even they, however, were unable to effect it. The mob, amounting to several hundred, prevented their taking the cannon which, after, the soldiers had returned to their barracks, (he mob paraded and repeatedly fired, as if in derision, and finished by burning the United States A/arshal in effigy. Such is the storv as related to 'IS.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 16 January 1839

Investigation Demanded. We have not a doubt but it can be •shown b y an honest investigation that the Keystone has swindled the State out of TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS within the last two years, and yet it has the audacity to charge others of "defrauding" the Treasury, Wc have often called for an investigation, hut the Loco Focos have sternl y resisted it. One fact alone, of which Ihe proof can be found in the Commissioner's Office of every county in the Commonwealth, eoea conclusively to establish Clio swindling In 18to-G, we received for printing the Journal of the House of Rcprcsetatives less Ih. n 86,000, although there was an extra session, and more business done ihan has ever been done by any other Legslature. In 183r-8, the Kcvstone received upwards of *16,00©, tor printing the Journal. An increase of $10,000, ^ a short session ! ! ! In the other printing done by the Keystone, wc have no doubt but the same swindling scheme has been carried on to its ' hi! extent. When th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 16 January 1839

TEXAS. ! liy an arrival at New Orleans, Texas dated to the 90th ult-naAe been received. II.. II. Bee has been appointed Secretary ot State, aud Gen. Johnson Secretary of War. Gen. Rusk will be nominated to the Senate for Chief Justice. The death of the Hon. John A. Wharton is announced. Several of the mns«respectable and influential Mexican citizens living near tne borders of Texiis, had arrived at Bexar, and expressed, i'fle desire of the residents of Coalnila an(l Tamaulipas to contract friendl y relations With the Texiuns and of jttiijing them in an expedition agains, ('.,u Camanches. The Mexican troops !,ave all been withdrawn from the boundary of Texas, and some of the ofii- .cer,, becoming disgusted with the Moxi-[ c^in government, have determined to quit (the country. We learn, says the New Y'ork Star, that Gen. Henderson, the Texian representative toj the French Government, /has closed a commeicial arrangement, whereb y the ports of Texas and France are open to the v...

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