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

Public Plundering; on the Loco Poco System. Within thclastyear it has been discovered that the United States Treasury has been robbed of upwards ot THREE MiLJ-IONS by the officeholders of the General u,','l'crnmcnt—anil the Fenitsvl-V.'.'ili.i leeches are _ vet to satisfy. The Loco Fucosart abCSt to obtain rule in I\-!,.Tyivania, when the pockets of the Farmers i^nd Mechanics may be expected to sweat. The estimated expenses of the General Government fur. the present year, arc 8-10,42/," 19 08! Under the "profligate and cxiravigant" Administration of John Quincy Adams it never amounted (o8lil, 900,000, Biavoh gofinto the hands oj "'1 Loco Foco or plunder parly, it has more than trebled. Such a result may be expected in Pennsylvania. Penn'a. Telegraph.

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

ALMOST AN ACCIDENT. The city of N. Y. was thrown into a threat ferment on ,Thursd»- ' ft report "hat Captaiu SW.r.ion .ot ' the Royal William steamer, had been drowned by being backed oft the deck at the foot of Pike St. in a hacKney coach. After making proper m^tilneS, the following were ascertain l \. to be the state of facts connected with this direful disaster. A coachman named James Welsh driving hack No. 134, was engaged to take twogentlemen from one ol the Theatres, to the " foot of Pike st. When he arrived there, his passengers requested him to turn the carriage around before they got out, and cleared off without his knowledge. By some missnianagement, flu; bein" fuil died at ths time,] hi> horses, carriage and himself backed oil the dock, anil he was very near bein,", drowned before lie was re covered by some watchmen. As it was he lost one of his horses, and after souklug in the cold water about 15 minutes, he was taken out and marched off to the watch house...

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

Governor Ritner has appointed James Steel Esq. Prothonotary in the place ol R. Campbell resigned, according to the concluding clause of the third section of the sixth article, all the appointments made since the 1st of January 1839, must continue till the next election. The election to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of Mr. Cassat in the Senate, took "place yesterday. Jno. F. M'Farlatie, is the candidate ot the Democrats, and Thos. 0. Miller of the Loco Foco*. Miller was', wc beliove, one of the revolutionary "committee of safety." The result of the election, we deem somewhat doubtful.

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

Democratic .Inlimasotiic CANDIDATES. FOR PRESIDENT, GErJ.WM.H. HARRIS!! tOU VICE PRESIDENT JANIEL WEBSTER.

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

Three gentlemen in a carriage, were precipitated down the abutment of a iridge in Tioga Co. The carriage was lashed to pieces, and one horse killed, \elther of the gentlemen were injured. Effects of Charcoal—Two young la. lies in Monroe county (N. Y.) retired to rest with a furnace of burning charcoal in their apartment. In the morning one was dead, the other nearly so. Little Delaware, is determined to mak t noise as well as other states. Their Legislature has refused to meet to elect i senator at present. What docs it mean; jur neighbor of the Gazette says they lave all the power.

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

Melancholy Event. ire learn by a gentle nan from Alton that a very liearNrending circumstance occurred in that city on Saturday last.— At about 10 o'clock, A. M. the fieHibor-Bood, in the vicinity of a dwellinjf/gitua'. ted upon Piasa street, occupied bv a Mr. Trumble, were alarmed by the cries of a female, and many immediately repaired to the house and found Mrs. T. and her child enveloped in flames. Mrs. T. died ina few moments alter their arrival, anil before her husband, who was engaged in a mercantile house at a short distant-, could reach home. His child, an interesting little boy of about six years of age survived onl y a few hours. This melancholy event is supposed to have been occasioned by the taking fire of the clothe., of the mother or child, and in endeavoring to extinguish the flames upon each other, both shared the same fate. Vundalia Free Press.

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

OF Partnrrshfp. *' j*nE Partnership heretofore existing be >4>tween Henry Mj'linger & Anthony J. Stewart, is this dav, dissolved by mutual consent. Persons indebted to the firm, arcrequested to call and settle on or before the 10th nf Februtry next. The Business will still he continued at the old stand, bv Henry B. Mytinger. H. B. MVT1NGER. Water Street, Dec, 6t.i 133S. The Centre Free Press will please insert the above three tttnos anil chare,..' tin s office.

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

Mew Goods, A splendid stock of New Goods, lust received »pd for sale cheap by the suW.vibu' the publichire invited to call and CX;OVIM. r or tnemfeves ., T. Riv\. 1) May, 19, 18?8.

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

npf.KE undersigned, Comrm&ioiiers ol ¦ *¦ flQ.Mingdbn County, hereby R jve nolice that PK -OFOSALI will be receivon bv them, at the Co^'rt House, inThe Borough of Huntingdon, on Saturday the 23d. day of February next, at II o'clock, A M., for the erection of COUNTY OFFICES. ill front of the said Court House, agreeably to the reccommendafions of the Gran?! Jurv at August and November sessions last. The building is to be of brick, with stone foundation, and to extend out in front of the Cou;t House, so faras to be in a lino with the front i*>f the buildings on the southerly side ol Ma.: u Street. The floor of the < ffices to be oil a level with the floor of the Court hall. The Court House and the proposed offices, to L"c under the same roof, and to bo finished1 in such manner, that the whole will "appear, as near as maybe, to be bul one entire builJing. It is requested that persons proposing for thesjme, will state distinctly, in their proposals, tho whole amou...

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

RUNAWAY. TClROMhe rVisc.Ler (living in yVil-*• liamsburg |IIuut. cd ihe 11th day o. July last, J4ME3 DAVIS, an indented apprentice to the Carpentering business. Me is about 5 feet h'ih, nineteen vears ot age. A liberal 'reward will be given to any one that will secure him, so that I can get him. All persons are'enutionod against trusting or barbciing him. THOMAS PATTEIISON Jan. 16, 18.39.

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

TSTatiw, The subscribers having obtained letters nf Administration of the„estatu of John D. Norris of Hopewell township Huntingdon County, deceased, hereby give notice to all persons having claims against said deasceed, to present them on or before the first day of January 1S39,and all those indebted to said estate are n quested to make payment on or before the same day. DAVID SNARE 1 , , , PETKIt SWOOPE Jr. J Ac,m ''»• Huntingdon Nov. 8th JS38.

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

Sheriff's Sales. Wm- v'rtueo' ' sundry writs of/ten Fa •a -*a'us Sic. issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Huntingdon County, and to me directed, will be exposed to public Sale at the Court House, in Huntingdon, on the 13th day of January next, it It)o'clock A. M. the following property viz: A tract of land partly in Springfield township Huntingdon County, and partly in Dubin township Bedford County, adjoining lands of William Cbrbin, William isgrifi. Henry Dronchergcr, William M'Clainand others, containing three hundred and eighty acres be the same more'or less, about one hundred acres of which are cleared. Thereon erected a Cabin Bain, with three pens, a two story square log hous~, one square log house one story and a half high. A springhouse and an Apple Orchard also thereon. Seized, taken under execution, and • .<,U. sold as the property of Hercules K-,.- »' w Al.Sfl --Up dec c One house and lot in »" -, , . „. mingham situated - <•• ~ ""rough of Birjoini...

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

STORAGE I\?RWAR&£>& <2.1tf3 OOMIISBBION 3T7SS173BS. LAUREL PORT WHARE'IOUSE QftSLOW THE VfATERS-raBEt1 D*M] rBlhc subscriber has taken the" wharf and M- warehouse formerly occupied by J. CUNXIXGHAM Esq-—3—t of a mile below Wu ' terstrect, where he purposes cout'muir.g the above business, at the following moderate prices visi ^'ri-Wharfaze on Blooms per ton of 2- '0 lbs CJ «. Plaster •' " 37.J Pig Metal '.' '• J?i Bar Iron " 1000 lbs Z7b . <• I: Stored 50 Weighinp cither of the above per ton 1?4 Storage on Mdze. per ton of 2000 lbs M «• Smaller quantity;5ctsper lOOOlts " Fish per Barrel 8 Salt " H Flour ¦' 4 " Wheat per Bushel Ti KyeecCorn " :'- " O.ts •' 2 Commissions as per agreement N. B. AUFivights tcbepaid: bcfor;;the goods are removed. . To n practical knowledge of the business, the subscriber is determined to add an unremitting jissiduityj and every attention that is necessary to render a general satisfaction to all who may favor him with...

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

aBNESRAIi OBBBBSADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE) raarrisburg, Jan. 11809. 5 BY virtue of the anthayity vested in . the Adjutant General, by the malithi laws oi this Commonwealth,- it isherebv directed by him, wl'.h <;,-.e consent and con'currenceof theG<:ver:lCr 8c Commaudci in-Chief ot 1 en sylv.,p^di tnat tjlc systcm 0f instruction in '.lo .'.it^j.y knowledgej and vegluations l0'~ tie Militia and Volunteers of the Stat • ' ..i Pennsylvania, be, from' and after this date that system which has been prepared and rr ranged by Brevet, Captain S. Cooper (of the U. S. Amy) Aid-de-Camp nnd Assistant Adjutant General- , and is entitled -a CoilCfse syttem of Instructions and Regulations f r the Mtliiii and VoluiUctrs of the United States, &c. All offKers and r.or. -comr.iissioiied oftlcej'S musicians and privates of the Militia or VI unteers of this State,.v.^ 11 tjiereforc, heiiee forth ror.f'vm, in U&(performance of tluir military duties to the regulations for th...

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

^fm^ ®tmtTe* C.AMF. to the residence of the subscriber in Onion township, some time in May last. Two Herffcrs about one vcar old. One of them u black with a star on its forehead. The other is red, with white back and l)i Uy. . There arc no ear marks thai can be s en. The owner can have, them bj callipg at r>vy place helow Mill Civek tin South side of the Juniatta, :u:d paying charges.. Oi!o.vwis.e tiny will be disposed of a' .helaw diverts. JNO. I1HMPSON. Union township, Nov. 21, 1833,

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

BILLS OF EVERY OKSXRH'TtO.-VRlX'fEI) tNSTYLE JIT THIS OFFftE.

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

OBITUARY'. DIED.—In this Borough on Thursday, the 10th inst. MB. BENJAMIN MII.LEU, in the 59 year of his age. On the 29th of Dec. last, MR. JOSEPH MOOBK.at a very advanced age, an old and respectable citizen of the vicinity of Newry. On Friday the 4tli instant, EPHRAIM LINDSI.Y, (son ol James) of Ilollnlay:b.irg, in the 25th year of his age. The deceased had lingered for nearly four years,with a pulmonary disease; du. rina; ilie last stage of which, he manifef# ted Christian resignation, anil gave evidence to his surviving friends, while, wrestling with death, (hat he was support a blessed hope, of entering iliti'/t|r ' ,,.,;. that remains for the peopU of'\j0 '' i » — „ M.

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

illiBUIED. On Tuesday the 15th inst. by the Rev. J. Bowen, ./6//.V COX, to Miss KU Z1AH UETHEMSGTOy, all oj Hollidaysburg. On Tuesday, the 1st January, 1839, by the Rev. Mr. (teed, MR. JOHN !1. ROYEB, ut the llorough of Hollidaysburg, to Miss KLIZABETU P. DEN.MSTO.V, daughter of the late John Denniston, Es<i. of the Borough of Indiana, .Indiana County O.i Tuesday, January 1st, 1839, by the Rev. William Gibson, MR. WULIAM MOKBISON, of Mifllin county; to Miss MART DUNCAN-, daughter of Mr. Samuel Duncan, of Duncansville, Huntingdon county. On the same day, MR. THOMAS T:IOUT> of Antis township, to Miss SMIIH. of Bedford county.

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

Jacob Caesat. We have been furnished by uur much espected correspondent, with the lollow-:ig "lines" upun the death of the. gentlci.in, whose name is at the head of uur aricle. They are but a small tribite to the »e>mory of that estimable man, and devoeil patriot. The day before his death, he nadr aino-it aw.imated, and eloquent apeal to the patriotism and love of order, f every American; and appealed to Him, A\o wields the lightnings and the storm; leclaring that jtho' summoned at once to leet the eternal arbiter ef all thing, he hould meet him, as he believed, with the ove of his country next in his heart, to he love of his God. —-Hoeis11"'' .

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

LINES Fon THE JounSAt. Suggested, on Reading the death oi ila. CASSAT, Senator from Adams Co. rfouru not the fate of him who now Is to the dust consigned; Chink not that death which laid him low Was cruel or unkind! Icdied, 'tis true;---but not till life Had lost its greatest charm, lud cowards joined the traitors strife With pnricidal arm. ¦for was it for a trifling cause That death upon him ft iwn'd; rle lived to see his country's laws, In fragments scatter'd round. rVhat patriot envies not his fate, Whom death has just set free, Bmce 'tis the period whence we date i " he fall of Liberty. \Vatcr»treet.

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