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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 October 1838

ABxairoisraATOm's ^JDticr* ALL persons indebted to the Estate of Emanuel C. Sink, late of Tyrone Township in the County of Huntingdon dee'd, are requested to make payment without delay, and all persons having claims againsi said estate, are requested to present them to the undersigned residing in Tyrone Township aforesaid, properly authenticated for settlement.. PETER F.URKET, Adm'r. Sept. 2fi, 18S8.—6 T.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 October 1838

New Goods. A splendid stock of New Goods, just received and for sale cheap by the subscriber, the public are invited to call and examine or themselves T. HEAD. May, 19. 18.18,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 October 1838

Every description FOR SALE AT THIS OVFICN.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 October 1838

ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. Letters nf administration on the estate of Richard Lane late oi Springfield township Huntingdon county, dec d, have been fian tad to Dutton Lane, of the county and township aforesaid. And all persons who are rcqebted to the esiateof said deceased are ndiuestedto make immediate payment, and those holding claims against the same will please present them d'ulv authenticated for settlement. DUTTON LANE. Adminia.'ro.'or. Aug «th 1838.—6w,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 October 1838

IO CREDITORS. Take notic that I have appl.cd to the Judges i.f the Court ot Common Pleas of Huntingdon county for the benefit of the act made for the rt lief of insolvent debtors; and the said court has appointed the second Monday of November next for hearing meant! my creditors, at the coot house in the borough of Huntingdon, when and where you may attend it you think proper. D. M. DAVIDSON. ASA S. STETENS, Aug. 29th 18. - 8 ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 October 1838

UMBRELLAS. At wholesale City Prices The subscriber has been appointed ngcnt for the sale of eveiy variety of Umbiellus and Parasol Is, manufactim-d Ly J. Swain of Philadelphia. Storekeepers and all others can be supplied on as reasonable terms as they can be obtained, weolcs.de. in the city. All interested will find it to their advantage to call and see „ . T. READ. Huntingdon, Oct. 15, 18 St.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 17 October 1838

ADMINISTRATOR'S N<J .! TAKE notice that letters of Admin!E'..'i—tionon the Estate of John Gilli-land later-Tell township Huntingdon co deed have bet n planted by the Register of Huntingdon Co. to the undersigned, therefore, all persor* indebted to said Estate, are requested tc make immediate payment, and those having claimsagainst the same, me requester to present them properly autheuticatec' for settlement, unto Wm. Orr, who is rr thorised to settle the same. MARY GILLELAND Administratrix. Tell township, August 15 th 1838.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 October 1838

TERMS UK .HIS KJJHTX27GD01T JOURNAL. The "Journal" will be published every Wednesday morning, at two dollars a year if Jiaid IN ADVANCE, and it" not paid within *ix months, two dollars and a half. lively person who obtains five subscribers RIII forwards price otsubscription, shall be firnished with a sixth copy gratuitously for one year. JNn subscription received tor a less period than six months, nor any paper discontinued vntU arrearages are paid. ATT sommuhications must be addressed to the Editor, uost paid, or they will not be Attended to.* Atlvertisment*. not exceeding one square b.'.ll be inserted three times for one dollar for every subsequent insertion, 25 ficcnls per s/juarc will be charged:—if nodetnitcorderd are given as to the time an adverisment is to [^e continued, it will he kept in tillordeed; ut, and charge accordingly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 October 1838

POETRY. AM I A COLD COQUETTE! DY CATHEIUNK It. WATERMAN. THEY tell me I am volatile, An adept in my art. Because I've many spots to fill Within my loving heart. Tli-y tell me I am fond of of change, And, like th' inconstant bee, From sweet to sweet, I love to range, All fetterless and free. But w-uld they look into my breast; Where young fond thoughts have met, SSfc how their deep impressions rest, They'd say I'm no Cuqvette, My heart from childhood's eatly days H.ith in its uncheck'd fio v, Scattcr'd the sunlight of i'.s rays, In a perpetual glow. Wi»li gushirg tenderness it idung To all around, above; To every bud and flower that sprung, For it was made to love. And if with an unsparing hand, It gathers flow'rets yet. And lovesalike the mingled band. Am I a cold Coquette? There arc deep tones wi bin my heart, They've slept the sleep of years; Why should I wake them, but to sta- 1 The unavailing tears. They arc, as haips, too finely strung For stranger bands to sound, And...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 October 1838

S i<:i,ECT TALE. From the Dublin University Magazine (To be continued) THE DUEL It was just then that the gay arid fashonable Mr. Leeson presented himself as his rival. lie was a young man of polished exterior, arid of prepossessing manners. And havingof course, tact enough io conceal his real character, he was a favourite with Mr living. Without much difficulty he obtained that gentleman's sanction for his addresses to his niece. Mr. Irving was flattered by the prospect of a coronet, and imagined that there would be but little difficulty in procuring Ellen's consent to become Lady — Mrs. Irving did not regard this matter with the same composure as she had looked on the attentions of her nephew. Her first wish was, thpif her daughter's husband should be a reli gious character. She told her brother-in-law, however, that she had madeupher mind not to exercise any undue influence over Ellen's choice; she had great; confidence, and justly so, in the judgment and teelingof...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 October 1838

MORE OF THE JAYSBURG MURDER. Painful as the task is, we must, according^ promise,give further [particulars of this sanguinary tragedy. Dunlapaiid his wife had been seperated since the 6th of September last, on account of the intolerable intemperance of the former. Mrs. Dunlap was the daugh ter of Reader and Mary King, formerly of this county; had been married three or four years; had'one child; and was about twenty-two ycarsot age at the time of her inhumane mur.-der. After their seperation. Mrs Dunlap took up a temporary abode at the dwelling of her uncle, Mr. Joseph King of Jays burg, to await the arrival of her father who was on his way, to remove her fo her paternal home in Cleanied countv. Ounlap became acquainted with his wife's intention to ieave the county, and rcpair- ?d to the residence of Mr. Ivin^ -, on Fn dav morning, and ilemaned the child, aged 14 months, and threatened that it he was refused, "he would make bloody work before night;" or something 'to that eff...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 October 1838

THE INDIANS, St Augustine, Sept, 15. On Tuesday night last, about 11 o'clock Lt. May, in passing to his command at Fort Peyton, heard the driving of horses. He pushed On, and had Just crossed the last bridge, When he heard the noise of a horse close fallowing, and reining up, it passed a little a-head. To the hail 'who arc you—speak or I'll fire?" Receiving ,io answer, at the distance of three paces he deliberately discharged a pistol at a person who was leaning lorward In the act of slipping from his horse. This occurred Within thirty yards of the fort, so near that the wd'rds were heard within. The sentinel immediately hailed, and was ordered by the lieutenant to stand to his post The following horse entered with an Indian's sash in his mouth for a bridle, and a blanket on his back. The pistol had been loaded with three buckshot and a ball; the ball was found to have struck . the horse high in the shoulder, just below the nee*, the shot arc supposed to have taken affect up...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 October 1838

GLORIOUS VICTORY IN GEORGIA.' A Gain of eight Whig members of Congress. Majorities in hoth branches of the State Legislature. The question is now settled as to the Georgia Elections, The Augusta Constitutionalist (a Calhoun Van Huron 6' ub-Treasury paper,) of Monday last has the following gratifying intelligence. "We nave received sufficient returns to anticipate the final result of the elections for members of congress and of the Male Legislature- The State Rights ('Whig) Ticket for Congress is elected; and there is no doubt that the same party will have a majority iu both branches of the. General Assembly, small but enough to take, the lead in all elections by joint ballot." A political revolution appears to have taken place in some parts of the State. Counties where the Van Buren party hitherto has had complete ascendency! lave elected Whigcsndidates. I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 October 1838

tit the friends or Joseph Ritner. FKLIOW-CITIZEHS:—The Genera election has resulted iu a manner contrary to all our reasonable calculations and just expectations. The opponent ol our candidate for the ofBca of Governor appears to be elected i;y at least 6,000 cf a majority. This is an ocnt to which, if it hod been fairly produced \.e as good citizens would quietly if not cheerfully submit. But there is such a strong probabilit y of malpractice, and fraud, in fhf whole transaction that it i« our duty peacefully to resist it, and full y expose I he election has been characterized by features altogether unparalled in the history ol our State politics. A few of those of a more general nature may be here instanced. When the returns fiom all the counties shall be received, it/ will probably be found that the whole vote given for Joseph Ritner on the 9th inst. is greater than that which he received in 1835 by a number at least equal to the natural, regular and legal increase of vot...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 October 1838

Sj — j.ij _!SS?*!*2£S?SSSB!^ THE JOURNAL.! 'One country, one constitution, one destiny' Huntingdon Oct, 24 1888.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 October 1838

Xtoco Foco Outrage! SEN A TOR I AL RETURN. On Tuesday of last week the return Judges of this Senatorial District met at Mifflin town, two being present from this county—one of whom was sent by \7 of our county return Judges; the Other sent by the other eight, who had refused to sign the returns of this county; After Theeting anil consulting, the suge Judges advised by some equally wise counsel, decided that as there were no returns present signed by all the return Julgesot this county-that consequently there was ho reVirn from this county, and they then proceeded to add up the votes of Perryj Juniatta, Mifflin, and Union, throwing out the entire vote of Huntingdon County, & the three Judges .from the three former counties., made out the following return Which they called official, and they signed that and pronounced it official, although they rejected the vote of Hunting Ion, because not signed by all the felurn Juilg - t$. If Huntingdon return was illegal, because n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 October 1838

"Go if. " "Ah Tarn! ah Tarn! thou'll get thy fairin." " * * * • * • # r> - Burns. It Would seem from the last "Advocate,'* that the Various writers dt its editorials, ate still disposed to keep up a personal warfare. To Its nominal Editor we have nothing to say, he is not an accountable being; and as for writing his editorials, he never was suspected of such il thing, he cannot write, an advertisement for a stray dog, without help. Cut we must drop a passing, "how d'ye do," to that worthy popinjay, who does the dirty editorials for the "Advocate.'" Onl y behind his master in Iniquities, in the ratio of his years, he may of course, be con s idered a proficient—"young in years, but old in sin." Do you know him reader. Ask who was the ma/or-domo of £ certain military election—where he returned 22 votes fot his friend, and eleven for his opponent—whereupon seventeen good men and true, swore that they voted for his opponent. It is true he did not iwear to his rc'.urn. It w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 October 1838

' IO CREDITORS. take no-ic that 1 have applied to the Judges of the Court ot Common Pleas of Huntingdon county for the benefit of the act made for the telle! of Insolvent debtors; and the said court has appointed the second Monday of Ndveirlbef in.xt for hearing me and my creditors, at the coin house in the borough of Huntingdon, when and where you may attend ft yod think proper. D. M. DAVIDSON. ASA S. STEVE.NS, JAM iiS CAMPBELL, Aug. 29th 18! 3,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 October 1838

Proclamation. TSMTHEREAS by a precept to me direcv » ted by the Judges of the Common Please of the county of Huntingdon bearing test the 18th day if August A. D: 1838 I am commanded to to make public Proclama tion throughout friy w'wle Iw.iewick that a Court ot Common Please and Orphan's Court will be held at the Court House in the Borou'g"h of Huntingdon, in the county of Huntingdon in the third Monday and 19 day of November A, D. 1838 or the trial ot all issues in said court v hich remain undetermined before the said Judges when land where all Jurors, witnesses, and suitors in the trial of all issues is .required to attend,' Dated at Huntingdon the I8th day of Aug. A. D. one thousand eight hundred and fliirly tight and the 62nd year of American Independence. . . , . ,.,. JOS, HIGGINS Sh'ff. Huntingdon Oct 24. 1838 * .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 October 1838

Proclamation * WHEREAS by a precept to me direct ted dated ut Huntingdon on the l8th day of August A. D. one thousand eiirltt hundred ami thirty-eight under the hands and seals of the Hon. 'I homas Burnside President of the Court of Common PICH-I, Oyer and . ffermioer and general jnrl deliverery oh the 4th judicial distric of P nnsily:mia, composed of the counties of Miffln Huntingdon, Centre, Clearfield, and the Hi!.. Joseph McCune and Joseph Adams' his asjmciate Judges of the county of HuntinJ don, Justices assigned, appointed to hear, try ind determine -.ill and every indictnients and presentments made or tafien fort or con ce ding all crimes which by theirs of said btRte are made felonies of death and all other offences crimes and misdemeanors, which h .ve Been or shall be committed o\-perpetrated witum said County, or all mrsons which are or shaft nWtffter be L f,,SJ torenmes atoresaid-I am com.nai.4ed to Public Proclamation. K'fe"' my whole .bailwick. that a Conrt of Over ...

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