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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 30 January 1839

' (BAHAIL TOM3 JF JOUT e^nUjr* O.-ie Pennsylvania, and one Union Canal Boat for sale. Enquire at this i Bice. Jan. 30, 1839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 30 January 1839

FliACJ OF THE PEOPLE! 05" A single term for the Presidency, and the office administered for the whole PEOPLE, and not for a PARTY. •17" A sound, uniform and convenieni Nat i¦ -nal CUBHENCV, adapted to the want* of thev"1 !nl t < ; CoUNTRY • Instead .of the SHINPl, \S.' ERS brought about by cur present ^'p-^N^MV , RETRENCHMENT, and REFORM In the .-.(.'ministration of public attain, JT-Tircd of fcj*penment» and Experimenters, Republican" Gratitude will reward unobstrusive merit, by elevating; the subaltern of WASHINGTON «n. *« ^hc uosciple of JEFFERSON, and thus resui:i.''! Eu>e safe and eaten Mack of onr Fathers,—- - ""f-"'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 30 January 1839

MPemocralie •Mntimasonfc ~ CANDIDATES. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. WM.H, HARRISON FOR VICE PRESIDENT JANIELWEBSTER.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 30 January 1839

More State ZPebt. During the last election compaign, yve took every opportunity to tell our readers, that if they elected Porter Governor; the •tate dobt would be increased. B y referring to our Legislative news, they will tee that the work is began. A pet mabent loan having been granted for 20 years, for ONE MILLION lico hundre d thousand dvllars,*t 5 percent. Part of the bonus of the U. S. Bank was, that she should loan the s'.ato, money, when wanted, at 4 per cent. These Lo co Foco monster haters, refused to borrow - other at 4, bit would rather pay the English money Barons 5,—For which act ol folly, and madness, the state looses three hundred and forty two thousand Dollar*. What do you think of this, Tax Payers! Do you doubt us? Pigures wont lie. The interest on SU-011,000, for one year, at 4 per cent, is S43-0tT3, at 5, is 860,000; making a yearly robbery of the state of TWELVE THOUSAND DOLI . MII . If the state pay Jtwelve thousand more than there is any need of, for t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 30 January 1839

Halifax Rioters. Our readers will doubtless recollect the course pursued by the Loco Foes constable at Halifax Dauphin County, at the last inspectors Election, when he was required to reopen the polls at the proper hour, but refusing to do so, and holding a seperafe election. Our friends opening the polls at the usual place, and proper hour. We called them rioters, and our friends were every where charged by the Loco Focus of committing"tjtrrtbteoutrages." Con" Qdcnt of the justness of their course, they instituted a suit against the Constable; who at the last Court of Dauphin County, was convicted of misdemeanor in office, and fined fifty dollars and costs, the costs amounting to about $200. Here then, we have the decision of the jury, as to who wcrethe rioters. Fins is the second Loco Foeo constable thus convicted, and fined, for attempting or committing frauds at the polls; and had a rigid scrutiny been had into the acts of others, yve doubt not, numbers of others would h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 30 January 1839

Jl Chance- Report says, that there are llGapplicants for canal Commissioner to ihe new Governor; and a supply in like ratio for all smaller offices. There at least is a chance of disappointment for some ol them. Let them bear it patiently, they will get plenty of promises to pay them, and they have been fed so long on them, yve have no doubt that they will be satisfied. The appointment of the very popular old office holder . Jemmy Clark, is not exactly what they liked now. But we sup pose they will b« quieted with a promise, that he shall not retain the office long, Yet let them mark what we say, he does not give up that, till he gets a cAance for «oine other. He is a rotating Dimocrat. uov. Kitner, wc understand, has purchased the farm in Cumberland Countv, on which he spent his early life, and intends going there again to spend the remainder of his life. Let him go where he may—He will be loved, honored and lespectcd, and will be sure to find a more cheerful quiet Jthan is...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 30 January 1839

The Traitors. me urnnu Jury ol Dauphin County, found a true bill '-fur a riot, and conspiracy, against the commonyvealth," against Charles Pray, J. J. McCahen, John W . Ryan, John Savage, Joseph Hall, A. F. Cos. G, W. Barton, John Snyder, Martin Duulap, Joseph Black and Gen. A. Oilier; and it is supposed bills will be found against others. Thus the people abroad ean sec, that a grand inquest of the persons living on the spot, give tho lie to the Loco Foco state ments, that there yvas no mob at Harris, burg. A dozen of the ringleaders, are charged with treason, and the evidence was suf Hcient to to make the grand jury say "true bill"—After the trial, we shall see who will have the hardihood to say there were no hired ruffians at the seat of Government.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 30 January 1839

Tlta tide its Stevens. At the request of a friend we this yvcek insert the second letter of this champion of the people. It is an eloquent and scorching history of the disgraceful scenes enacted at Harrisburg; and will be one of the means to hand down 11 eternal infamy, the parricidal acts ot some men claiming to be sons of Pennsylvania. He has also written a third letter which we will also publish, in order that oir readers can have the whole history from his glowin" pen. Mr. Stevens, however-nuch he may be abused and vilified b y the graceless knaves who despis; him for his worth, will live green in (he memory of rising generations when the ephemeral fame which now surrounds some of his revilers will be forgotton, and the only connection their names will have yvith the history of our country, will be written in letters o! burning shame andlasting execration.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 30 January 1839

Gov. miner's last Message. In our paper of to-day will be found the message of Governor Ritner, which the Loco Focos refused to print for circulation among the people. Wc call (he attention of our readers to it. They will find in it ample reason why they did so. It is a plain honest document, which if circulated among the people, must call down the indignation of every man who loves the honor of his country, upon the head of that misguided and ill disposed party. Read the me*sagc. The "Advocate" says, that the Key <tone gives on the authority of Mr. Montelius; a statement, Corroborating the correctness of his speech, and asks "what ihinhyu new—Mr. Bcnrdicl?'1 We think, there is a falsehood some . where, andiknow'mg the character of ^ the "A' cy Stone," wc take it for granted, thai that print has Ihe credit. We think too that Montel' lUS is even a bigger fool, than he has the credit of being; and furthermore that iie never was the"author of hislspecch, even though he c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 30 January 1839

PENN. LEGISLATURE On Saturday, the 19th inst.,in the Senate a resolution was passed calling on the Governor, for the correspondence between the late Governor and Gen. Patterson. In the House, Mr. Park from the committee of accounts, made the following Report, with the resolution appended thereto. Kcporf. That they have examined the account of the following persons employed by the Sergeant-at-Anns of this House, to assist him in keeping order at the commencement of the present session, and find that they were employed the number of days set opposite their names, viz: Adam Oilier 15 R, W. Dunlop 15 A. M. Clark 15 G. Fistler 3 C. Muench 4 Jas. Morgan sr. 0 M. M'Donald 7 W.Suters 8 Col. Parker 6 W.C.Rice » 11. Kreitzman 12 G. Shoemaker 8 Jas. Templin 14 Jas. Morgan jr. 6 S. Ogdon 7 C. Keeler 8 W. B.imjiardner 10 J. Irish 10 John Knepler 10 Jno.Snyder to John Greer 8 J. Iluttuu 6 W. K. Coultsou 8 C. Carson 6 M./Cortman 8 M.Rusk 8 IV. Kneplp S C. Wortman 8 G, Ginks 3 G. Smith 8 Ja...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 30 January 1839

THREE STRAY STEER,S. (jPlAME to the Plantation of theSubst rib ti Skr two miles from Huntingdon, on tb e road to the Warm Springs; about the 10L.*I day of January, three steers; one a brin.cUe with some white on bis belly, one a blark with a white face, legs and-belly; the othe r is white with red ears, and s-me gnnts of reel on his shoulders. 'Ihey all look to be 2 years o!d. TJie owner is desired to come and prove pioperty, pay charges and take them away or otherwise they will be dispo seel of as the law directs. GEORGE GLAZIER. Jan. 30, 1339.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 30 January 1839

V*'M JLU*§ BE, E IJ &JTB $F£>r Sbmit* HI1 J?- HE undersigned will expose to public sale at the Court House, in the Borough of Huntingdon, on Thursday, the 21st day of March next, all that piece or tract of land situate on Shavers Creek, West township. Huntingdon Con ,ty, adjoining lands of Andrew Newell, Uobevt M.ore, Isaac Ncff and others, containing 40 acres be the samemore or less, about 36 acres of which are cleared, and in a Rood state of cultivation, Having a Cabin House and stable thereo'i erected. THEREON MALL APPLK OI ^HARD TERMS OF'SALW ** One half of the purchase money to -, paid in hand, and the re../,(]ue i„ Ji? .b ,e ?i;.ti^,"nu ?I cP , ayme "f s wi "> InttKit f l h „"!e 5 Sllt i'» be secured b-/,,fr '™ w,i ? , 'LtS;'geS- >v'n<mthe saler , ' ,ds deed with a gen' jr dl warrantee- 'V-«ade a ven to the W^t " ^ ^ "* be githe payment of whatever D- • ivevel'- to and patent^ feermay be al-T'^S mol,e -v monweaJth, - U[ 'e to the couilan. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 30 January 1839

KPS COllSTlp 1 Court eflV, '': - "'TkT ,."f the Orphan-1 * Huntingdon County, will i„ iFrffj^,?^"*^**" premise,*,, o'clock l> M <U ^,,'U1 "V, 'IX .'." 'U '"U S~SH5S%P Duially; Containing nine y™ acreIfe erec&f °W8l * y aCr " ^eCTheleon LOG HOUSE AND SMALL BARN —Eate the estate of Fredeiirt k^TT "^ , . Terms of Salc-o„ei hWIfff *?¦>* money to be paid on "^ i 1 Xr ihas, and the residue in <.:„ ?< ¦'"'"'' '¦« *•!* interest, to be secured jlv ,.re -tier Will Mortgage of the puich,'.scr~_- "I5"»d am he given by attendance wil By the Cm;, t 'AL Us:ic f\ Admr Jan, IP, i.^.r ^ CAX!CaPIlLclk.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 30 January 1839

A NEW SERIES DCPA desirable opportunity for new sut«cribori.afii Ti. • f u-i - . v.lume of thHJENTI-EMANTS MAGAZINE. Hnd jA:vuaui;Ar * Mu;s I I1LY REVIEW, commenced an the fi' ¦ ¦! <f January, li *!' TE11MS—• Three D liars, per annum, pay aV e •¦!! advanc .-. '/'•>... Urge volumes <jf peas I • i ,. • th.o-.mti'. pages are puMtihed every Tl."i* popii!..r work is now printed with NP.W rv/fc CAiT EXPRESSLY f"f the puaposic ON FINE THICK PAVER. well (stitched in a neat coy'er, Valuable rngravinjfs are u'tven in every other number, The G'cntk'm in'a Magazine and MentlMf 'evitw ha* attained a standing that ensn, cs ' ,. continuance} and the commendatory no ices °f the niost respectable portion of the Dress !> "ttest ' ts merits nn' l popularity. Parh monthly "timber contains Beventy-twoj ift-,.., sized ' *> 'rtavo paces, and presents KO»K READING IK/,JT« "A* . A VOLUME Of A NOVEL It is T. ''Wished at liul? more th™ Kalfthe price of. *<¦;' othe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 30 January 1839

a^iHjrBRiFj * A' f PRIVATE SALE. The suebs-cribcr offers for sale his" Farm <fc Tannery, Ctuated iu McComulIstown , l^ntincdnn aounty.only .' miles from thi can " ZM " I Huiitingdc.il. ^ anai uasm THE TA NNEff y ls situate-' by the iicle oi' f. .' , ... stream of water and trom i- • ', ' i • supplied by the m«M^J™c Vh V*3fi Shop is so feet by GO, .- J*.* w,,e;\ 'h Fra' nw building. ^ Thr ji1 ^ '* " subit ?.nt, £ Mil", in the second •(¦ ' re ls a »"P«rk.r Bark VoundBark^cV' -I' »*}<* Olivers the .tho every other l **™?flo "'\ l h<"re " aeedeel. 'Cowv ,ctca u'O T^ &UC"" f also, a tract ¦ol ^ *,rtl ,he I«nnery u T^mjier Land, . whic .'na sufficient supply ( f bark can r >ys be .obtained. THE FARM LAND, *M Buildings connected therewith are of the oest kind, being 15 Acres of Limestone Land mostly cleared and under good fence. The Buildings are situated on two town Lots, eensisting of a Three Story Stone House, K^a^S^ S^ ^^^^l^ Hold on the best I crm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 30 January 1839

Jrrecept—one promise broken. "TheBanking capital of the common "•weaWi has been increased of late years "beyond what I believe to have been ne"eessary"—Gov. Porter's Inaugural ad" dre.s. PHACTICE One af Governor Porter's first acts yvas, to sign a bill extending the charter of the Miners Bank, It the Banking capital yvas greater than was necessary; whyjnot refuse , to extend this charter? or if that Bank wa» necessary, why not introduce some of the Loco Foeo reform notions into it , —"Can anyone tell—can any one tell."' It is an old saying "promises arc like p ie crust." (fe^Some of the applicants lor office will find (hat out—Devil.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 30 January 1839

1'amphlet JLaitr ffN conformity wilh a Resolution of ihe General Assembly ol Penn.i.,pissed 2nd jl/arch 1827, Subscriptions for £,»,-•ea pi the. Pamfiln Lews of the present session of the L-jiislature of Pennaylva-IVW, will be received at this'oflice ' until Sfonday (he "th dayofjsnujry 1S39. PRICE, fifty cents f.er copy, to be paid at the time of subscribing'. Trca sur's oITice Hun- ) tingdon Dec. 4 1838 I n« B*AHI

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 30 January 1839

TANNERY, %iT PRIVATE SALE. The subscriber offers for sale his Farm db Tannery, Ctuated in McConucllstown, Huntingdon • •unty, onl y J miles from the Canal Basin t Huntingdon. THE TANNERY, U situated by the side of a never tailln stream of water and from which the yard i supplied b y the means of a wheel. Th Shop is 30 feet by 60, and is a substantia Frame building, There is a superior Bark Mill in the second story, which delivers the ground Bark on to the first floor. There is also every other convenience that can be seeded. Connected with the Tannery is «J»o, a tract of good Timber Land, Sua which a sufficient supply of bark can Ways be obtained. THIS FARM LAND, aad Buildings connected therewith are of the best kind, being 15 Acres ol Limestone Land , mostl y cleared and under good fence. The Buildings are situated on two town Lots, •teaming of a Three Story Stone House, m '{Alt calculated for a store ,'or tavern, and a •malt Bank Burn. On the same lot with the Tannery, is also, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 30 January 1839

STRAY. subscriber in War- iMnffiBj riors Nark 'township \^8aP> Tf| tuber last, a Brindle exlfilSKAWrWSBBWs Bull three years old, four white feet, with white along the belly. 7"rie owner is re-Quested tj come forward, prove property pay charges, and take him away. r ' JNO. FORGESON January 2, 1839. ALL pei sins indebted to the Estate ol Emanuel C. Stufc, late of Tyrone Township in the County of Huntingdon d.c'il, are requested to make payment without delay, and all persons having claims against said estate, arc requested to present them to the undersigned reaiding in Tyrone Township aforesaid properly authenticated for settlement. PETER BURK.ET, Adm'r. •pt. S6, 1838.—6 T.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 30 January 1839

Executor's Notice. fk LL persons indebted to the Estate of VaVSamuel Templeton late of Tyrone township, Huntingdon County deceased, are re-Suested to make immediate payment, and lose having claims against said Estate are requested to present them properly authenticated for payment at their residence in Tyrone towhship. JAMES THOMPSON Esq. JAMES TEMPLETON, Executors. November, 14th, 18S8.

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