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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

From "Washington. Washington, Jan. 8, 1855.—Nothing is doing in Congress to-dayas both houses have adjourned over to attend the Convention of the soldiers of 1812, now being held here.—- Numerous delegations from all parts of the country are in attendance, and a strong appeaLwill be made to Congress to place the soldiers of the war of 1812 upon the same footing, as to pensions. with those of the war of the revolution. The bounty land provision will be a small matter; for if the present till befoie Congress ^ passesthe land warrants would not bringin the market, enough ready cash to-pay their expenses while in attendance upon this Convention. As the bounty land bill, now before Congress, includes within its provisions the soldiers of the revolutionand their widows and children, the Commissioner of Pensions has made an estimate, from the files of his office, that there would be 400,000 cases of this kindrequiring 64, 000000 acres of land to satisfy them. This estimate is rather be...

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

The Eights of Citizenship Abroad.— The following, is the bill passed by the House -last session, and the Senate this Session, to secure the fight of citizenship to children of citizens of the United States, born out of the limits thereof: Be;it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That persons heretofore bornor hereafter to be born, out of the limits and jurisdiction of the UniJ ted States.whose fathers wereor shall beat the time of iheir birthcitizens of the United States, shall be deemed and considered, and are herebj- declared to becitizens of the United States: Provided, howeverthat the rights of citizenship shall not descend to persons whose fathers never resided in the United States. [£/"" An old woman was sent to the workhouse at St. Louis a short time since, for begging. She made her escape when it was discovered that she had several houses and lots in Quincy, Illinois.

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

Ihe shock will be great • enough to lead the public mind to enquire after a remedy for these periodical convulsions. And , sureJy, we may be permitted to hope , that the good sense of the people will never again be imposed upon by those crude experiments which have , on some former occasions , so fearfull y aggravated the evils they were intended to remedy. I respectfully advist* thu General Assembly against all such expei irnents. The r,§fhedy to be. pennauent, must be a ualura! one-; artificial means may adit to present arrangements ; but cannot coriect them. , An extensive increase of banking capital and other expedients , will , doubtless , be pressed tipon yomv.atten.tion ; but it is hoped that no such fallac y may lind favor. Nor is there any sufficient reason for the alarm and sensitiveness manifested in certain quarters j the real wealth of the country still exists , and the natural elements of prosperity are no less than .heretofore. It is the shadow, not the substance ...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

on a high and firm basis. Normal schools , it is urged , could in addition , to some extent supply the deficiency, bat the expenses of such an institution would be heavy. The soiune of ihis difficulty, it is clear , can be traced , in a groat measure, to the proper appreciation in the public mind, of the position and business of a leacher. The-profession for Ihis reason , in addition to the absence of fair compensation , has not been attractive. Indeed it has scarcely been regarded as a profession at all, but rather as a preliminary step to some other pursuit. Well directed efforts have recently been made to change the general sentimenUon this point , and I rejoice in the belief that these have not bsen in vain; and that the day is not far distant , when the profession of teacher will be equal to the aspirations of the most ambitious of our people; when its distinctions , dignities and pecuuiaiy rewards , will command the time and alterdion of the most gifted. I can see no reaso...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

ergetic efforts have been recently made to disseminate correct ^information concerning this great pursuit, and in this way to confer upon the farmer tne advantages of a scientific as well as a greatly refined, practical understanding of the noble pursuit in which he is engaged. Trurutility or a' College devoted to Agriculture, wilh a model farm attached—wherein the principles of-a scientific cultivation of the.soil, and manual labor in that pursuit , would be joined to the usual academical studies—has been strongly pressed upon my attention. It is believed that such an institution can be successfully organized , under the auspices of the State and County agricultural The practice adopted and maintained by the last General Assembly, in reference to omnibus bills and special legislation , is an improvement of such value as to commend itself as a settled rule ; and I confidentl y trust this salutary precedent may not be disregarded. Obscurity, confusion and inaccuracy in the constr...

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

The Farm Journal for 1855. EDITED BY J. L. DARLINGTON, A SSISTED by a corps of the best, practical XX farmers in Pensylvania. The Fifth Volume of the FARM JOURNAL will commence January 1, 3855. Each number will contain Thirty-two or more Super Royal Octavo pages, printed on superior paper, with new type, and will hp filWl witii flip iir-st AGRICULTURAL READING, original and selected, that can be produced- — The Editor and his assistants are determined to render this the most Practical Agricultural "Work Extant, and will utterly discard all theories not attested "> ••lUCTicAr. experience. They have obtained the aiu .p many of the best farmers in Pennsylvania, K je rsey, Delaware and Maryland, who will give ti,^ r experience through its pa- H.LUSTRATlw s Each number will contain several ^ ffravin (rg of Improved Stock, New Agricultural T rnp2g. ments, Choice Fruits, &c. TERMS.—(Invariably in Advance.) Single Copy, $1 00 20 Copies, 814 00 Five do 1 00 60 do 40 00 T...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

Foundry for Sale or .Rent. rpHE Steam Foundry belonging to the under-JL dcrsigncd at Petersburg, will be sold or rented on reasonable terms, including-a larg-c vari ety of ¦Patterns , for Cooking Stoves, Parlor, Ten plate Wood and Coal Stoves, Water Pipe, Rolling Mill, Forge , Grist, Saw Mill and Threshing Machine Castings, ^lsO a full assortment of Plow Patterns for all the various Plows used in the country. The Foundry is favourable lusted for business, with all the macliinary, Pattern* and Fixtures in good order. Possession given on, r before April 1st next ensuing-. MeCULLCHJJti & VllhADY. Petersburg Jan. 1, 1855. The Chambersburg an<3 Mount Union ; Stage Line Revived. rPTIE undersigned aware @s£5Kia _^--""tj2—- >, _ JL that a suspension of^^S^^^^^^^^ the line of Stages over the ^^^S^^^^^^^Ki road between Chambers- "^^ zss& SrVw l B^ia**-* burg and Mt. Union- cannot but be disadvanlagcous to a large section of country, has, at considerable expen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

RURAL PTTBI.ICATIOJSrs. WEEKLY AND MONTHLY. rpHE subscriber continues the publication of J_ his weekly and monthly Agricultural Journals, viz r THE COUNTRY GFENTLEMAN—a week.-ly Journal for' the Farm,- the Garden-and the Fireside—forming two large and beautiful quar.-to volumes of 41G pages yearl y. This journal, , which has dow been published nearl y two years, combines in one large sheet, an Agricultural ,-IIonTicui/rcRAir and Family JouiiNAL, furnishing, besides its large amount, of practical mat--tcr on Rural Affairs, in its Fireside Depart¬ 1 ment, a choisc collection ol articles peculiarl y adapted to interest and exalt the views and aims of the Family Circlk, together with a careful digest of the News of the Week, and a full report of the Produce and Cattle MakiSets; and it will be the constant aim of the publisher to make it indispensable to the Farmer, and desirable to every one who has a rod of ground to cultivate, or home to beautif y—and by devoting its columns to Im...

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

J. WEICHSELBAUM, Optician and Oculist from FKILADEI/PHIA. T) ESPECRFULLY informs the citizens of i V, Huntingdon and vicinity, that he has openaStore at Couts' Hotel, where lie offers for sale SPECTACLES of every variety, size and quality A new invention of Spectacles, for distant or close reading, with gold, silver, steel and tortoise-shell frames, and a new and improved assortment of perifocal ground flint Glasses of his own manufacture. He would particularly call tlififlltr-ntionof the public to his SPEC I AC.L.JS.'s for near sig hted persons, and for persons wlio have been operated upon for the cataract of the eye, and to " his new kind of g lasses and Conservors of the. siarlit made ol the best flint and azure Glasses. " Good Glasses may bo known by their shape, exact cntrc, shape and highly polished surface. The qualities are to be found in a high degree ill his glasses. • Also Microscopes, Spy and Quizzing Glasses of every size and quality ; Telescopes, Magnify ing and Op...

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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

MATCHES ! JUATUXUbiSS ! ! JOHN DOTSTNELY, BIANUFACTUHEK AND INVENTOR OF " SAFETY PATENT SQUARE UPRIGHT WOOD BOX MATCHES. No. 10G North FOURTH Street (above Race,) PHILADVL.FtliA. MATCHES having become an indispensable article in housekeeping, the subscriber after a great sacrifice of time and money, is enabled tooffer to the Public an article at ' oneecom--bining Utility and Cheapness. Tiie inventor knowing the danger apprehended on account of theflimsey manner in -which Matches are generally pac ' ked in paper, has by the aid of Now Steam Machinery of his own invention, succeeded in getting up a safety patent square upright wood hox ; this box is far preferable, inasmuch that it occupies no more room than the old round wood box, and contains, at least Two Hundred per Cent more Matches, which to Shijipers is considerable advantage ; it is entirely new, and secure against moisture and spontaneous combus. tion, and dispels all danger on transportation by means of Railroad, Steambo...

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING in the Post Office at Huntingdon, January 1st, 1855, which if not lifted on or before the 31st day of March next, will be sent to the General Post Office Department as dead Jotters : B—B. Bowers 2, Mury L. Barber, Valentine Braun, Geo. Bliler. C—J. Carroll, Esq., Robt. S. Craig, John G. Corbin, Patrick Carroll, Benjamin Corbin, Isaac Carroll. D—Patrick Duggin, George Dulin, Win. Dowland, Jane Daugfherty, George Decker. F—Henry A. Fricy, Mrs. Phcbe Ann tritz Daniel \V. Fink. G—J. W. Grizzard . Geo. Green, Owen Goligley H—Goo. Hue, Rout. Hucy, Hall & Brothers 2, Wm. W. Hight. J Stephen Jcwett, Wm. Jamison. K—Ellen Kelly. • L Wm. Lane 2, Miss Eliza Long, David Lutz, Esq., Mr. G. Lewis. M—Jobn-McCrackcn, Jas. McAdams, Owen Murtin, Joseph McCoy. N—Charles Nolan. 9 O—Gco. W. Outman, Mary Oswalt. R—Benjamin Ruslcr. S—Edward Swain, Esq., Henry Shultz, C. A. Speice. W—R. Woodward, Wm. II. Wharton. WM. LEWIS, P.M. Huntingdon, Jan. 1, 1855.

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Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

Books ! Books!! Wall Paper!! I AA /^nn VOLUMES" of new and popu-/OU«VJUU la - r books—the subscriber has just received from Boston, New York and PhiH adelphia, comprising the greatest JpfijjjJWt variety and most extensive stock .gj^ fe japf ever brought to the interior of theQH&BSaS' State. His STATIONERYr .ia also of great variety and superior quality, in part as follows: Letter, Cap and Note Paper, Oold and Steel Pens, Inkstands, Blank and Time Books, Biaries for 1855, &c. Also, Harper's, Putnarar'fl , Godey's and Graham's Magazines, received evcrv month as soon as out , 2000 copies of the books recommended by the Teachers' institute and Board of Directors of the county: Greeni. liefs Arithmetics and Algebra, TTown's Spellers and Swan's Readers. 3600 Paysbn & Bunton's Boston Copy Books, being the best system as well as the best executed books ever offered to the public, for sale at lowest wholesale prices. 1000 pieces Wall Paper from 9 to 13c for common...

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Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

New and Cheap Toys, Dolls, &c. French, aiicl German- Fancy Goods. Articles for' Confectioners , Druggists and tobacconists , lower than ever and in' geater variety. T7U.NCY BASKETS plain, ' embroidcrcd ' arid 4 Jj painted. Toys of Wood, China, Lead, Tin-&,e., over 100 patterns. Kid, Wax, .Jointed: China, Crying and Dressed Dolls, Doll-Heads with teeth, moving Eyes", etc: Harmonicasy Accordeons, Violins, Jewsharps, Trumpets Fancy Boxes. Cornets, Bonbon Papers &c.,-for Confectioners, Alabaster Jewelry Boxes,-Inkstands, Watchstiinds &c., Biscuit Figures, Inks, Jew¬ elry Boxes,Cologne&c,Toilet Jiolllcsancl vases of China, Bohemian Glass, Druggists- Fancy Articles, Perfumery, Teeth Brushes,Tobacco and Snuu" Boxes, Segat Cases, Tuifeil,- German Pipes of China &c.,.ovor-100 Patterns, Marbles, Percussion Caps, Sl.ites and Pencils, also cases of Toys well assorted at S5, S10, SSO ' and $40 per case ,-vvilh an endless variety of newest style...

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

LIST OF JjtH'TStca "REMAINING in the Post Office at Alexan-_Qj dria Pennsylvania, on the 30th day of De. cember A. D. 1854. which if not lifted on or before the 1st day of April next, will then be sent to the General Post Office Department as dead letters. One cent due on each letter in addition to the regular postage, the cost of advertising. C—Patrick Uonly. E—M.R. Ewing2. G__W. P. Gunsalus. H Francis E. Hopkins, John Hay, John liar. veil. J—Thomas Joice. L—Matliias Lay. M—William Moore 2, John Miller, Miss Mary A. Miller. N—Thomas Ncx. P Daniel Piper, Miss Nancy C. Porter. R—Lizzie Ray. S—Messrs. Stewart. a ¦W—Benjamin Walton, Bcnj. J. Williams 2. HENRY C. WALKER, P. M. Alexandria. Jan. 1, 1855-

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Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

SIRAX fXGr. AAME to the premises of the subscriber in \J Henderson township, about the lat of December iiist., a black boar pig supposed to be about eight months old,—the owner is requested to prove property, pay charges nnd take him away, otherwise he will be disposed of accordt0laW " JOHN VVARFEL. December 12, 1854. Pure Honey, TN cans and bottles, for sale at the Boot nnd si,™ = foro aF r.EVl WESTBROOK. SI LK DRESS fATJSKJNB—suciiiisurocaao fi cured, plain and crossbarrod, just received and for sale by J. & W. SAXTON. TUST received, another fresh supply of fall J and winter Goods, and for sale very low by J. & W. SAXTON-(~ 1RAY BROTHERS' Patent Door and Gate "s, iust received and for sate by j spring , ju SAXTON.

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Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

Juniata Academy-and Female Seminary,. At Shirley sb' urg, Huntingdon county.Pa. Seminary—Rev. Ja's. Campbell, A.- JVf., Frin--cipal'i \ , , Academy—Hugh J. Camabell, A. M.,-and-A.-C. Fendall, Principals. npHE winter session of these schools opens on-± Wednesday- Nov. 7th,. and continues five months.- Terms—Seminary".-Bbardi light ' , fuel'and ' tuition—per ' s<3ssion $5(j;00 Music with use of instrument, \ier quarter,- 8,00 Terms—Academy. Board, room-rent, fuel and tuition ; ' . per ses--sion*B 'nni Modern languages—per session , 5,00' Painting and drawing—per quarter, 3,00 to 5j00 Incidental expenses • «5" For circulars or- information ^ address the-Principals. O<-.t. 17. l ' a ' S ' 4-3'ml-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

FHUiAlJEIiFJSXA JYL.SLK.K..fciXto. Monday, Jan. 8,—P. M. The Flour market is quiet, but prices are firm. There is no export demand, and the only transactions making arc small lots for home consumption from 89,50al0,/50 per barrel for common and good brands, and S9,75alO,25 for extra. In Rye Flour and Corn Meal nothing doing—the former is held at S6,50, and the lat. ter at $4,25 per barrel. Grain—There were no samples of Wheat of. fercd on Change, and it is wanted. Sales of 1600 bushels prime Southern rod at $2,l0a2,12 per bushel and white at 62,21. The market is bare of ltye and it is wanted. Corn continues in active-request, and prices are advancing—sales of 500 bushels new yellow at 95 cents, but some holders ask 98 cents; a small lot of white sold at 95 cents. Oats are scarce and command a. r >a56 cents oer bushel.

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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

SOAP Avi) CANDLE " Manufao ^ Main Street one door west ly , ; "Globe" Office, HUNTINGDON, FAY FREDERI CK L : 1ST informs the citizens oi Huntingdon, and'of the county, that he hag commenced the manufacture of mould and dip Candles and Rosin Soap,- one door west of the " Globe" office, on Mnin Street, Huntingdon, where he will alvVays be prepared to fill orders at city prices. TALLOW VVANTED,and the hi ghest cash' price will be paid. Huctinsrdon, Dee. 5.1854;

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Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

Come and Be Clotned, At Roman ' s Store opposite Gouts ' " Hotels Over Cnats;- Frock Coats,-Dress Coats,-Sack Coals; Business CoatF, Pants and Vests, Shirts and Drawers, Handkerchiefs and Cravats-; Collars, Gloves, Suspenders Hats and Caps, &c.,&c. All of tiie host materials and most fashionable style and finish—CHEAPER VIIAN ELSEWHERE. O 3 Call and examine for yourselves. Huntingdon, Nov. 14, 1854.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

STRAY STEERS. / ~1AMEto the residence of the subscriber liv. \J ing in Tod township, Huntingdon county, Pa., some time in August last, two Steers, one black and the other brown with a half moon pieco out of the right ears, ai\d a piece off the left—supposed to be two years old last spring-. The owner of the above properly is desired ti. conic forward, prove properly, pay charges and take them away, otherwise they will be sold according to law. JOHN MORNINGSTAR. „ January 9, 1855.

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