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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

THE GARLAND- "With sweetest flowers enrich'd From various gardens cull'd tfith care."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

THE JOURNAL. 'One country, one constitution, one destiny Huntingdon Jan. 33, I 830 Mtemocratic Antimasott ic CANDIDATES. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. WM.H. HARRISON 1(JK VICE PRESIDENT JANIELWESSTER.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

*Vf'ie? Appointments —Novel Procedure. During our last week's court, a very novel, if not dangerous procedure was had, in the case of the new appointments It was generally known that since the new Constitution became the law of the laud, Gov. Ritner has commissioned new officers of our court; who it was supposed by many of our ablest men would hold their commission, until elections could be held by the people. On Friday it was learned that new commissions had been issued by the new Governor, the result ol which was, that there were two sets of officers claiming the right lo act for the court. An impression had got out that it was the intention of Judge Burcsido to claim the right, to say, who was the propel officer, and when the subject was broached, Juo. lilanchard E-q. signified his intention of "argufying the topic" with the Judge, as to his right to ilo so. In ihe afternoon of Friday, tins court heard the argument of Mr. Blanchard. I( was concise, and overwhelming, and a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

The Inaugeral Address. We this week g i»c our readers the address delivered to the Legislature by the new Governor at tho time of his iuaiigeration. There is nothing particularly important in the document. The great er portion of it is to us no way objections' blc. It advances no new notions of policy, nor new plans of operation. But is characterized by many promises, many of which will undoubtedly be broken—One ot which will we doubt not will be kept; we predicted such an event before his election, in the event of his being successful— The increase of the Slate debt, Let our honest tax-paying farmers stick a pin there. Gov. Porter avows himself the friend ot the Kducaiion and Internal Improvement systems. We earnestl y trust lie may prove so. The latter is the arteries. and the former the life's blood of our country. Previous to the election we declared Mr. Porter to be the devoted adherent of Van Burail's Leg Treasury system. Gov. I'ortcr clearly proves that we were in tin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

Insult to the Gov. of Pennsylvania. Never within our recollection has a more disgraceful act occurred, than (ho refusal on the part of the partisans of the new Governor, to as ign a place in the Inaugural procession, for the thon Governor. We care not what party perpetrate such contemptible nets of meanness and disgrace, they shall have our severest censure. Joseph Ritner was Governor ot Pennsylvania, and was the choice of 198-OOC freemen, and any indignity ottered tu liitn was intended to cast insult at every nue of his supporters. As the Governor of Pennsylvania, he merited respect—as the Executive rf » great State, he should hayo received at least honorable treatment, even were his moral character, as questionable, as somu others. But itis beyond reproach. And that party which tor the first time refused the Gov. ot Pennsylvania a place in the inaugural procession of his successor, merits, and will meet tho scorn of evcrv honest,. Ameiican Freeman.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

Penn'a. Ijcs,islutnre. On Saturday there was no quorum in either house, and the consequence was there was nothing done. On Monday, the Senate fur the first lime, was called upon by the Governor to advise a consent to the appointment of two associate Judges. Mr. Rovers reported the order to be observed " in the procession of inaugeration, and straa»e as it may appear, there was no place isssigned for the then Governor of Pennsylvania. The report was recommitted. The House met and a number appeired for the first tirnn and were sworn In, a message was read from Gov. Ritner returning tin resolution relative to tie aprc'n'rrcr.t <f State IVeviurer. A Mes.aja was receiv . ed from the Governor communicating the correspondence with the girernment at Washington daring the late disturbances. The House refused to print more than one copy for each member. It excited considerable discussion, but they refused to print. Tuesday, no business done in (he Sen - ate. In the IJonso a c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

FLAG OF THE PEOPLE! (KT ~ A single term for the Presidency, ami the office administered for the whole PEOPLK. and not for a PARTY, ffT" A sound, uniform and convenient National CURRENCY, adapted to the wants of the whole COUNTRY, instead of the SHIN PLASTERS brought about by cur present RULERS. 37-KcoNoMY, RETRENCHMENT, and RE FORM iii the administration of public affairs, f/'Tired of Experiments and Experimenters, Republican gratitude will reward unobstrusive merit, by elevating the subaltern of WASHINGTON and the dosciple of JEFFERSON, and thus resuming the safe and eaten track of our Fathers,—L. Gazette.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

The Spoils- We leara by the Harrisburg papers that the committee of accounts have reported a claim a,'.cing pay for Seventy Ave Deputy Sergeants at arms- Sore is a pretty grab made at the public funds. It is no wonder that Gov. Porter promises to increase the State debt.—75 Deputies t! .'—will some of our Loco Foco editors tell who these seventy fire, were, and why was so many deputies needed? Your papers all dselared that (here was no mob, at Harrisburg, If no mob, why are there so many deputies to pay? Do not our readers understand it? If not, wa can explain it to their satisfaction Journymen butchers, and bawdy house bullies, who support their lives on the earnings of crime. Pick pockets, and convicts who are at liberty because the tardy wheels of the law have not yet overtaken them, altogether making a baud of worthless bloid hounds, were brought to Harrisburg, to overawe the Legislature. The great length of time they were kepi there, made it expensive to their keepers' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

I'LL THINK OF THEE. for the Huntingdon Journal. IN'ANSWKRTO "REMEMBER ME." I'll think of thee, while morning's beam Still sheds its happy glow on earth, I'll think of thee, in every dream My restbss nights shall conjure forth. I'll think of thee when winter's power Teaches how cold this world may be; And when the summer's gayest hour. Pictures thy love—I'll think of thee. 1 11 think of thee, tho' far away 'Mong strangers tho' thy lot be cast. List! and each passing bretze will say, It bears my blessing on its blast. Should wit and beauty mingle there, And some fair form should sigh for thee, Think of that one whose silent prayer Is said for nice, is said for thee. Should sorrow rend my breaking heart, Should dire disease o'er take my path: I'll think of him whose every art He'd gladly use to stay their wrath. My ardent wisli will never fail, That cherished hope—Ah can it flee? Friends may forsake, and foes assail. But then dear , I'll think of t hce. Ah no! Should princes ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

FLAGRANT OUTKAGF.. The Register and Journal of Columbus (O.J says ''we find in the following in the Portsmouth Tribune of the tlth1 ' (Decern ber.) , LYNCHING.—A man was tarred and feathered, road on a rail, and otherwise shamefully maltreated at Guyandotte, f Va.) a few days since, by a mob consisting of almost the entire population of the place, on a charge of abolitionism, One fact has been stated as a part of the disgraceful transaction, which we trust will be rigidl y enforced—namely, (hat the person is a citizen of Ohio, and was taken from the State for the purpn:e of being made a subject to the infliction. The CoI'Miizutiouist gives us additional particulars. Judge Lynch at Giiymulotte.—yi\t\\\n a few days past, a court was Called at Guy andotte, for the purpose of investigating the case of an individual, who is said tol be a citizen of Ohio, charged with bringa! modern abolitionist. The individual (whose name we are not in the possession ol} not being present, a comm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

! FULLING MILL. " TOJB SHOT. The subscriber tffcrsfor rent, thr.t we'i known pulling- Mill with all in irachinery. for the manufacture of cloths, Saun'ctts, lllankets ike. Ike, Situated in the lo:ks if the Juniata Kiver. in Porter township, i" this County,, Hel UI .'/H g to the heirs of H.nry Swoope dccMseo^-appncatlon to Ue made to HKN'RV >'F.FF of Alexandria, Oi.e of the guardian*, Alexandria Jaft/sS, 1839, ^_^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

ORPHANS COURT SALE I Is pursuance of an order ot the Orphan? Court of Huntingdon County, will hi exposed to public sale on the premises on Friday the 15, dav of February next, at on. o'clock P. M. "All that certain Tract of hind situate in Morris Townscip, Hnntingdon county, adjoining lands of John Keller. John Furgus, J icob Keller, and Thomas Donally;Containing ninety one acres, more or less," about sixty acres clcare.1—Thereon erected a LOG HOUSE AND SMALL BA71N

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

—-L-tte the est-it e of i-'redirick Knhn der'if. Ternu or Sale—one half of iliepuriliiiv. money to be paid op conlitmatirn of the s„l.-, and the rcf'dtl'e in one year thereafter with interest, tu be secured' by the Bund And Mortgage of The puichaser—attendance will be given by b \VM. REED. Admr. Bv the Court T. P. CAMPBELL Cllc. 5"Jan, 19, l ' S3'J.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

• ' ilDMlNISTR ATOLifi '" NOTICE £Y LIS persons having claims against the <&•£> estate of Andrew Foreman,- late of lien derson township, Huntingdon county, dijc'd will please prcsentlthem tu the [subscriber, dulv authenticated for settlement.-DAVID N. COROTHRRS1 Adminutiratur. J /an. 19 1S3'J. W '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

DISSOLUTION I OF Partnership. HT*HE Partnership heretofore existiri; br-' jJLtwccn Henry Mytinger tk Antl.my J. Stewart, is this dav, dissolved bv mutual consent. Persons indebted to the firm, arc requested to call and settle on or before the 10th of February next. The Business will still be continued at the old stand, by Henry B. Mytinger. H. B. MYTINGER. Water Street, Dec, fit.. 183B. The Centre Free Press will please insert the ab ive three times and charge this office;.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

^RUNAWAY. IjIROMhe t-'ubsciiber (living in Williamsburg [Hunt, co the 11th day of July last, J4.MES DAVIS, an indented Apprentice to the (i>irpentering business. He is about 5 feet high, nineteen years of age. A liberal 'reward will be piven to any one that will secure him, so that lean get him. All persons are'eautioned against trusting or harbe.iing him. THOMAS PATTERSON Jan. lfV 1839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

"Indignant Freemen." Our readers will find in another collinii, under the head of flagrant outrage, he course adopted b y a body of "indigmntfreemen." We suppose it was bu( the "out breaking of an insulte I people." What a commcntiry upon (he supremacy of the laws. What a conleinptable burlesque upon a government of law, is such a proceeding. Yet in no particular ar° the actors less guilty than the "in;lignant freemen," who lau^h^d our laws to scorn in Harrisburg. Let the honest freemen si gh over the acts of their indignant namesakes. Let them look to '.he fastenings and securities of tlieir institutions. Let them try lo preserve the.old lnnd-marks ol Constitution-^/liberty iMtl law, or ere loug the indig. notion of tl.tir God will tumble the fair ifabric of ouryational glory to the dusti land tho "indignant Jreimcn" will sport [ill the best blood of our land. The Harrisburg Telegraph contains, an article which pronounces, on the au< tohrity ol Mr. Montelius, the spe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

Appointments by Gov. Porter. John Criswell Esq. to be Prothonotsry for Huntingdon county. T. P. Campbell Esq. to be Register and Recorder of the same county. Francis R. Shunlc, Secretary of the Commonwealth. Henry Petriken, Deputy Secretary. Ovid F. Johnston, Attorney General.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

The Mjate Officers. Wo were much rejoiced lo see that the officers of our county, Messrs. Steel and Recti, disappointed the wishes ol some ot the mob loving Loco Focos, anil quietly resigned their offices when the court decided that it was their duty to do so. An endeavor was made b y some who may be supposed to love riot more than order, that the appointments were made solely for the purpose of creating some new excitement, and that the officers would not resign at all until driven Irorn their offices by the "Indignant Freemen.'' We hail to good an opinion of the worth y citizens who filled them to imagine that they would coiiimii any such folly. It is true that the Judge could not make any statement tu show how they could Le called upon legally to relinquish their hold upon the offices, provided they denied his right to make a decision against them, as it is they have the vantage ground.— Had they refused, and the Supreme Court had decided against their claims, welj might ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 23 January 1839

•Matilda Furnace- Through the politeness of the owners' Messrs. Caldwell and Cotercll, we were invited to witness the ceremony nf naming or christening the new Furnace, lately erected, under the management ol Mr. Rogers, situated about twelve miles from our town upon the Not them Dank uf die Juniata, in Wayne Township, Mifflin Co., immediatel y at the foot of Jacks Mountain. Iu company with several others, from uur town, we attended. All were struck with the neat and economical arrangements made b y the manager about thej Furnace. The stack is in every particu-j laf,equal to any we ever saw. The blast is given, by a small stream of water carried o i to an over slut wheel of thirty feet dianiiler. in the event ol the failure of the water, a Horse power el very simple construction, and applications, is erected, and will always Be in readiness. The great advantages of the seat, are it-; location in the immediate vicinity of the oar, and a large supply of timber for coal. The oa...

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