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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

To the patrons of the "Huntingdon "Me." 5A3STUAH&V asg, a§55 Another cycle of time is sped—Another year to ihe past has fled — Arid the Carrier corner with his annual stiain, To grset v°ith his patrons and friends again , To giadden your hearts with bis simple iny And to wish you a happy New Yeas's Day. He has served you well, through the year now o'er . With the latest and best from his weekly store. The weather ' s change he must undergo, in its summer heat, and itb winter snotv; ' Mid the chilling « itids of the Autumn diear Or the budding charms of the opening year—'JNTe^th ' the genial sky of the flowery May, ¦Qt ths blinding sleet of a winter ' s day—fias-his weekly round lo your homes been ir.ade T * And b. is budget of news at your doors been . ' aid— And he comes with the hope mat a s»t«an re-, ward v . , {By, your bounteous hands is for him prepared Now ihe blasts of winter all da*k and drear, A requinrn sing o ' er the buried yeas : ¦Xasf nisbt as the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

MISeELLANE(HJS From the Little Pilgrim HUGH. THS HUNCHBACK:. BY MARY IKVIKG. " Shame ! for . shame !'"' " To treat a defoimed child so!" :: Why can't you }oak : man , at what you're treading u ' poii 1" Such were a few of the ejaculations poured cut by a croup of men, on the outskirts of a crowd assembled to witness a grand exhibition of fireworks, on the eve of the ^Fourth of July. The first speaker had picked up from the dusty grass a child, who had accidentally been knocked down in the general crowding and jostling, and who now Jay apparently senseless in his arms. '•' Who Is it ?—what is it ?" inquired one and another. " It's Joe Patterson ' s little hunchbacked Hugh," answered the man; " and pity 'tis they couldn't have kept him out of this crowd. He has been knocked down and banged about, till I am not sure whether there is any life leA in him. 1 " ' " Bring him here, sir!" exclaimed an elegantly dressed lady, whose carriage had been driven just outside of the ring w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

"STKE HU^TSH&SOET GxsO3S, Per annum, in advance, $1 SO " " •' if not paid in advance, 2 00 jSTo piper discontinued until all arrearages ore puid.-A fiiij'tre to notify a discontinuance at the es. " piratioQ of the term subscribed tor wil) be considered a new engagement. Terms of Advertising. 1 ins. 2 ins. 3 ins. Six lines or less, 25 37 J 50 1 square, 16 lincs,-brevier, 50 75 1 00 2 " " - 1 00 '1 50 2 00 3 '• -" 1 50 2 25 3 00 3 m. 6 m. 12 in. 1 sqaara, " $3 00 $5 " iiO $8 00 £ •• "5 00- 8 00 12 00 3 " , . " 7 59 10 00 15 00 4 " 9 00 3 4 00 23 00 5 •' " 15 00 25 00 38 GO 10 » » 25 00 40 00 60 00 Professional and Business Cards no! exceed. ing 6 lines, one year, S4 00 Ageats for the ©lobe. The following- gentlemen aF& authorized to receive the names of all who may desire te be. come subscribers to the Globe, and to receive advance payments ;tnd receipt for ths same. Hun.iyZimmep.-Man-. Esq., Coffee Ran. John B. Give\-, AI'ConiicHslown. J3cvj, F. Pattqk , Esq., Warri...

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

[CT" A woman has sued for a divorce in Indiana: on the ground that her ¦husband^s¦•feet were so: cold that it distreesed her;—Boston Post. - ¦ ¦ ' ;¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ :¦ ¦ ¦' _ ; :¦ - -- . ¦; • ; -;-;-V y;i ¦ ; .; — .We have heard <>f divorces pn account.of incompatibility of temperature,-, and - temperance tooiWvv- 'OvPic.\ ' ( './V^ : ¦ ' •' ¦ ¦ ¦ " . "> ; This reminds us of the cornpiaintof: a neait-broken woman " , at observing a change in her husbandin refusing to warm her.feet of a cold nightagainst his legs: "Yes, that's jiisVthe-way with yon men, " sobbefl the despairing lady, " when we were first married you used to eay " put your little foofsy tooties up to mine and keep J em warmy parmy," now its nothing but "take away ikevi cussed cold hoofs of" 2foar J «; )J ' ¦ , : ;> ;: " JE7* ; Arr Itishrnan abodt to tsnter the arrrry, was,asked by oneofthe^recruiliHg- officers;;: ' - «Well, s.n; when jou geV inter battle, will you fighter rim$**- .'-. - - ¦' i...

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

Pour Good Habits.' There were four good h"abli«f a' wisa-and good rnao earnestly " recorntntendsd ih his <Muusel, and also by his own, e^iWpIe, sstd which he considered essentiaUy nfcecsnry for management of temporal concernsl/ These are Punctuality, Accuracy, Steadiness ^ and Dispatch. Wiihuut lh« iisst of thesej ttrat Id wasted; without tha second, mii-tnkes the most hurtful to- our own ctedit cud interest, and flial ' of othTSj may be cemjTjiltfd j without the thifd 7 nothing caa be welUone; and without the fourth, opportanjfiesof <ji-raia3-vantage are lost ^'hich ft jt, ,'njposptJile to recall. ' - '

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

O^Harsa -Words are lite hai-lstones ftC -sammer, wliica, if melted, would ferljljes Ifi^ loader plant* they batter da&ht:' ' •""." *

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

' gSSZSZSB ^n ¦ From the Philadelphia Ledger Jan. i. « The "Year 1854. - jji The year which has ' just, closed, has been ;| an eventful one, particularly" in the seventy '| of its storms, and the terrible losses of life I and' property. It . was distinguished iu its ;:* earlier months, fox its severe snow-storms, - 1 j which. Iatei«mih<£:spring) were followed by ~ n exdessiv'erainsV ; >fd thesssaccesded a period |j of almost unexampled drouth, which exten- , - ded over the whole country, but d with | especial severity along the valiey of . The effects of that drouth are still feSt hrthe '"', 1 latter region, not oniy in the comparatively a empty barns of farmers, but among all classes, a in concequence of the navigation of the Ohio |f river having teen interrupted siace-iast June, m the winter closing . it had become | navigable again, an incident almost unexara- 3M pled. .. ' -.-- - ' .:: ^ff - The year began with disasters at sea, aud Jg one woe- has crowded ...

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

united States Senator. . , The question of-the/next United States Senator from Fennsylvania . has been for some time past preUy freel y discussed through .the press throiighoti! the State, each party presented the narnes' . of many of its prominent men, and each pre.3s advocating Ihe election of its favorite for ihe post with great warmth and interest. In. this discussion we have taken no part up to the present time, preferring to let those whose anxiety "led ihem into the contest at an earlv day cool off from excited debate upon the matter, when, upon more sober reflection ihey""w.o " uld more readily .concede what is but -sheer justice in the selec¬ tion of a man lo nil/the highly honorable anil important position of United- States Senator. It is generally admitted that ^ Western Pennsylvania is entitled to the next United Stales Senator, and it is also admitted that the ' man selected ehoulii.be one of no ordinary capacities, but gifted in a high degree with those requisites ...

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

Fruits of Democratic Rule. .^ 1 We copy the following, just " and truthful |*\* remarks in reference to the present Demo- . faJ cratic National administration , from the Erie --*fe'J Observer., , . j^g The Mexican war created a debt of seven- "*^mL ty millions of dollars, and although peace |§ was declared, and' the country had resumed Eg its peaceful aspect befpre. the Filjmore ad- 1 ministration came in, jet no diminution of I that amount was secured during its existence. --It-was the policy of that administrationlike 1 all other ^anti-Democratic administrations th I spend the pubjic money.as fas^;a&it came in- 1 to the .treasury, and trust to the future to provide means to tneet tHe liabilities' of the general government whert they should fall due ; ' 4 or, perhaps, ' adopting, the- idea.enunciated by « one of itsr leadirlg. exponents, that a public : ^ debt ks ' a pubjic "blessing, it did not desire to 'i$ see the liabilities of the government reduced; - i Hence, whe...

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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

By this ' Morning's Mail PEI7ETS^T.VAKIA LEGIST A.TTXKE. JIaiirisiiuu.c, Jan. 2.—This "town is full of members of the Legislature, lobby members and office hunters, and considerable excitement ex. ists. Thw being the regular,day for the meeting of the Legislature all interest was directed to the capitol. , •.. . ¦ . - -' Senate; ' . - . The-Senate does not meet until 3 o'clock this afternoon, and then .it is doubtful whether .an organization will be effected. Messrs. Darsie, of Allegheny, and Price, of Philadelphia, were ab. sent from the Whig caucus held this morning, so that it is regarded as uncertain whether they go with -their part}-. The Whig cauens nominated Hon. John Hendric&s, of Scbuylkill, as their candidate for Speaker. The Democratic caucus nominated . Hon. Byron D. Ilariilin. the present speaker. It is thought by some that na organization will be effected to-day, and iii that case the delivery of the Governor's Message id ay be delayed. ¦ :•¦ --- Mous...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

' ..' Wliat We, Have Eaten. In another column we print a table of the weekly receipt of Beeves, Cows. Calves , Swine;"Sheep, and Lambsj as they have been reported for sale at the several market places in this city. First, of Beeves. Of these, the total given .is 169 ,364, averaging 3,257 per week. The average number' each market day (which is how on Wednesday) at Bull's Head is 2227. We estimate the Bullocks at 6 cwt. each of meat in the quarters, making 101,618,400 Jbs. At 9 cents a pound, this is $9,145,656.- This makes the whole number average $54 a : head ; Of Yeal we have 68,584, which we estimate to average 35 each, making 8343,720. The average number per week- is 1,315. We estimate tl.o 13,131 Cows received at $35 a head averagei making $459,985. . Average number per week. 253. Of Sheep and Lambs there have been slaughtered no less than 55.5,474. ' We count them low ¦ at an average of !$5 each, which rnakesS2,777,495. The average number killed each week is 10,682.. Averag...

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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

' Got pi nor Reeder, Of Kansas, pro.~s3 qnite a match for the lawless, wild adventurers who are often found -on the Western, frontiers of. civilization.— Some-Missourians have been very- troublesome lately in their attempted interference with Kansas affairs; and a delegation of these adven-tnrers latel y waited on Governor Reeder. to force him info convoking the legislature immediately. Ablackleg named Gwinner acted spokesman. The fellow has a claim in-Kansas bat resides in Missouri, still he claims to be a 'settler. ' Governor Reeder knew this and asked him where he resided in the territory.. He replied on Salt Creek— but admitted, he had no. house on his claim. C: Yes,' said the Governor, ' I . have your residence in my pocket,' at the same time taking from his pocket a card which was the tray of dimonds. On one side of it was written ' 'F. : Gwinner 's ; claim,' and on the other M—8x 1=9 games, Jaly : l9th, : 1854. Poor Gwinner bjushed and stammered as he recognized his ' cla...

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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

The Position of the Allies. - " The alies are making preparations to go irito'winter quarters ,-a confession ' .that the present campaign is a failurei They have realized the fact that from -being besiegers, they have, by the immensely superior force ofjlheRassiansybecarhe in turn the'.besieged . They are ' reduced^to the defensive' /taml their position is still very perilous. ¦ The Xo'ndon ¦Timessays: ¦¦' ' ¦ ¦¦ ¦:- . ...... ¦ "A re-embarkation is out-of the question. We have not the means of carrying our. allies with us, and.it. were, better to sacrifice every man and .every..nun, than .basely-and meanly to desert them. Indeed, were we alone, such'an operation in the face of such an enemyj is not to be thought'off. However grave our situation may be, -we are spared the flunctuations of doubt and the agonies of Uncertain councils. ' There is nothing for the allied armies in the ".Crimea, but'to maintain by their valor the position', they- have taken up, or to perish, under the ...

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

£Torinal Schools. - The operation of the new School Law seems to render the establishment of Normal Schools for the education o£ teachers nece .sesary to supply The requisite number. A number of persons formerly engaged in that profession have retired from service on account of lack of qualifications. This has reduced the number of - applicants to less than the number actually required., To supply this defect some plan must bs adopted and that-of Normal Schools appears to be most feasible. By the by, some of our townsmen have caught the idea, and suggest that such an Institution should be established in this coun-.ty and propose that the building.known as the "Academy" situated on the corner, of Moore and Montgomery streets in this borough, ba .procured for.that purpose. Authority to use that buildingcan.be granted by the Legislature...to whom application, for that purpose will be made this winter. . ¦¦ .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

HUNTS SMG DON", PA. "Wednesday,- January 3> X§55. Circulation—tliezlargest in tlie Cotmty.;. I>em.obratic Qaxmty CQaventidn. ' The Democratic voters of the several townships boroughs and election districts of Huntingdon county, are requested to meet at the usual place of holding delegate elections on Saturday; 6lh January, 1855, and . elect delegates to a County Convention, to bs held in ¦Huntingdon, on Wednesday, the 10th January, 1855,:at 6.o'clock P. M-, for the purpose of electing a delegate :to -the. next State Convention, electing Conferees;to meet the other Conferees of the Senatorial- Districts, and transacting such other business . as may be brought before the Convention. By order of the.Countv Committee.

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

The way to Build TJp a State. . , Governor Grimes, of Iowa, in, bis inaugural ' address, thus describes the wants of the thriving State over which he presides:. " She . wants educated'farmers and mechanics., engineers, architects, metallurgists and geologists. -She needs, men engaged in the practical duties c£ life,: who have conquered their professions, and who are able to impart .their knowledge-to others. She. wants jfarrners ' who shall be familiar " with the princi¬ ples of chemistry, as applied'to agriculture) architects an-d mechanics who ¦wiliatldrn'-her with edifices: worthy of .so. fair "a land j and engineers and geologists who will deyelope her resources, and thus augment the wealth and happiness ' J df iier chizens This Want -can only be- supplied by the establiebment oi :i.;schpolof'applied. -pcienceB/ I . havs- . no hesitation-, therefore, ^ in recommending, ihat . ' ? University fun 'd be app^bpfiatecl' to'esfabiish -apra 'ctica^^cie htlGc or polytechranic^chobl....

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

SufFeringof the. Popr., : " , ; An instance of the Buffering, among the poor at the " present time was witnessed by some of "the passengers' in trie New York train last evening,.which excited ' tha compassion of all present. At Newark, a woman with an infant at the br.east entered the cars, andsoon after, was seized " with violent cramps, and become much exhausted. " On ; inquiry; she could scarcely tell he tale of woe; : -Il seem tha^\wjtb;her youngest r.hild, she had left herhome and children; in-, Second street, below; VYharto .n, in this city, aiid gone to Ne ' warkj " where her-husband wasendeavoring to.find-.work. - ,. • J?or three;days, she' was -withputafggsl i. an4nieaptime;She searched for her husband, but failed jo .find him. . She wasfifially pTf&straj&cTrjy hunger, ' on'her way home in the cars." 1 -Fife passengers in the car made 2px parse olimoney -for her and sent her home in a ^tnage.-rPkila. Bulletin, ¦ "

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

Dr. Beam.—"Judges Black, - Lewis and ^Woodward, of-the Supreme-Court, have each ^submitted an opinion to Gov. Bigler upon the case'of Dr. Beale, in. which- they take the -ground that the verdict of< the jury was illegal.L" Tha ¦ interposition of Executive clem' fincy is confidentl y anticipated. . : PENNSYLVANIA StATB TEACHERSA . SSOCIAtxok.—This body, composed of Teachers and ' County Superintendents , and friends of Education, held its fourth semi-artnual session in 'Lewistown on Tuesday, Wednesday" and Thursday of last week. A large number of member* were in attendance" . The nextsesahn will bs held in Fittsburg in August

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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

Sea 3STe"w Advertisements. ' ' Notice to stockholders : of Juniata Bridge Company. Foundry for Sale or Rent. s The Chambersburg and Mt. Union Stage Line renewed. . " • List ' of Letters remaining iii the Huntingdon and Alexandria Post Offices. Agricultural. - . . The Huntingdon Coanty Agricultural Society wHl meet in the Court House on-Tuesday evening, tie ' 9th of January.' Farmers, and all others iuterssted, are requested-to attend; as an election of officers for the ensuing year will take place at {his rneetina 1 . ¦

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