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Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 March 1855
, (Cy We are very grateful for the liberal increase we ate almost dail y receiving to oui list of paying subscribers. We have latel y entered the names of several gentlemen who have been for years active and influential members of the Whig party, but who now , tather than be made the tools of the unscrupulous, corrupt and bigoted hypocrits managing the-affairs of the once great Whig party, have come out from amongst them, and will henceforth act with the Democratic party—the only party of correct principles now in existence. _H .y NT iNG DO N .PA Wednesday t March 28, 1855. Circulation—the largest in the County.
Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 March 1855
A Know-Nothxng.—Last week we were made acquainted with a K/'ow-Nolhing such as the ' mass of that party is composed Qf. He had not taken the papers and the only information of a political character he had received from time to lime for a year past , was from office hunting Know.-Nothjngs. He was positive that the Catholics had taken Boston and several other large cities , and that they- were murdering the Protestants in every part of the country. He frequentl y went to bed in great fear of being butchered by the "rascally Catholics" before morning. After paying in advance for the Globe he went on his way, rejoicing that he was no longer the tool of unprincipled Know-Nothing office seekers.
Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 March 1855
water mark, to the place of beginning. Section 2. That said borough is hereby erected into a separate election district, anti a separate district for the assessment of county rates and levies, and shall not hereafter be in any way connected with the township of Henderson in the assessment and collection of taxes. Section 3. That all the laws now in force relating to the said borough of Huntingdon, and the by-laws and ordinances theieof. are hereby extended to the territory included in the limits herein before descri.-bed. Section 4. That all elections for said borough and district shall be held at the court house therein. Section 5. That so much of the act incorporating said boionuh. Dasseil the twenlv-
Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 March 1855
> BALTIMORE CARD. CARR, GIESE & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, FOR THE SALE OF PLOUB, &B.&T2S A.IX& X.Ur^EEEIv SPEARS' WHARF, BALTIMORE. O* Agents for Newark and ..Rosendale Co. Cement and Plaster. Fine and G. A. Salt, constantly on hand. iN. li.—Liberal CASH advances made on con .-signments on receipt. Baltimore, Jan. 31,1855.
Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 March 1855
AGRICTTLTTTRAL ^TOTICd hereby given to the members of J_\ the Huntingdon County Agricultural Society, and to fanners and mechanics generally, that a meeting of the society will be held at the Court house in the borough of Huntingdon, on Wednesday evening the llth of April next, f<.r the purpose of transacting such "business as may be decjned necessary to advance its intereats. AH persons interested in the promotion of agriculture, science und the domestic arts,are respocifullv requested to attend. JONATHAN McWILLIAMS, Prcst. J. S. Barr, ' 3 „ , j.s.Isett, >s° »ys-
Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 March 1855
MARRIED On Thursday the 15th inst., by John Porter Esq., IVlr. Jpn$ Taylor, of Mifflin county, and Miss Eliza Duncan, of Henderson township, Huntingdon county. On the 15th inst. by the Rev. J. B Williams Mr. Hbnby A. Mark and Miss S. L. Corbim. - In Alexandria, on Tuesday the 20th inst., by the Rev. F. A. Rupley, Mr. Philip H. Piper and Miss Jane Bisbjnj both of the borough of Alexandria. In Huntingdon, on the 15th inst., by the Rev. O. O. M*Clean,Mr. George Spranklk and Miss Emily Bkatv, all of Alexandria.
Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 March 1855
\£ j" In Huntingdon county, including the borough, the Know-Nothings made a clean sweep.—Lewis town Gazette. In. character with Know-Nolbingism. But as such falsehoods are only intended for a foreign market , it matters tittle how strong they are made. We publish the item that the Whigs as well as Democrats may know how Know-Nothing victories are manufactured. Extension of the Borough Limits. The following is a copy of the act recently passed by ihe legislature respecting our Borough. As it goes into effect immediately, all the territory described in the bill now belongs to tha borough of Huntingdon, and all persons wlio have resided within the extended limits one year, will be entitled to vote for corporation offices next Monday, A. SUPPLEMENT to an act entitled, "An Act to erect the town of Huntingdon, in the county of Huntingdon , inlo a borough," passed jMarch twerity-ninih. one thousand seven hundred and ninety-six. Section 1. Jic it enacted bij the Senate and House of ...
Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 March 1855
WAR AT HARHISBURG npHOSE knowing themselves to have unsettled J accounts in the books of the subscriber, arc respectfully requested to ciiJl and settee. Money or no money call and settle and have your accounts standing for four years closed, and aci cording to the old saying one stitch in time will save nine. Face those oiri accounts they must and shall be settled. R. C. McGILL. . Huntingdon Foundry, Feb. 20,1855.
Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 March 1855
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE T ETTERS of Administration on the estate S i of J. McCartney Sankey, late of Hendcr. son township, dcc'tl, having been granted to the undersigned ; all persons indebted to the estate arc requested to make payment to him, and those having claims will present them for settlement. ; ALEX. PORT, March 27, 1855. Adrn'r.
Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 March 1855
Front Street "Wire Manufactory. TTTATSON Sc COX, Sieve, Riddle, Screen VV and Wire Cloth Manufacturers, No. 4:6 NORTH FRONT ST., corner of Comfit ' Alley between Market and Mulberry (Arch) Streets, Philadelphia, continue to rranufaclure of superior quality, Brass and Iron Wire Sieves of all kinds ; Brass and Copper Wire Cloth for Paper Makers, &c. Cylinders and Dandy Rolls covered in the best manner* Heavy Twilled, Wire ;for Spark Catchers, Sieves for Brass and Iron Founders, Screen Wire, Window Wire, Safes, Traps, Dish Cov. ers, Coal and Sand . Screens, &c, Fa.nqy Wire Work of every description. [Feb. 20,.3m EJSEPEJffj ' ISMPI^OXffSlJsnrv From $3 to 856 a day clear.—A chance to make money. BOOK AGENTS WANTED, TO sell a new book entitled "One Thousand Things Worth Knowing.' ^JPhis affords an.op portunity seldom to be met with. For particulars address, post paid, M. A. RICH & CO, Elizabcthtown, Lancaster co-, Pa. Feb. 20, 1855. : LEATHER, FRITZ, HENDRY&a...
Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 March 1855
HEMOVAL - Clothing! Clothing! Clothing! The largest and best selected stock of Ready made Fall and "Winter Clothing, Ever offered to the citizens of Huntingdon county. IF you wish to get a cheap and fiishtouable suit of clothing at 30 per cent, less than you elsewhere can procure them, then-go to the cheapi Ciothing.Einporium of HENRY ROMAN, opposite Couts' Hotel, in Market Square, Huntingdon, Pa., where you will find Heady made Clothing in any quality, made of sound materials, and in the mosl fashionable style and at rates itnmcusurably below any other establishment in this vicinity, where it is considered that the " nimble six-pence is far preferable to the slow shilling 1 ," and where, for good fits, fine materials, fashionable style and finish, "he cant be bp.al." 1 lie subscriber respectfully invites the attention of his numerous friends and customers and the public in general to his immense and well assorted stock of Mcns' and Boys' . Fu.ll and Winter Clothing, consisting-...
Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 March 1855
ADAMS-&CO.'S EXPRESS, . T. JL Simojiton Ag't., Huntingdon, MONEY , Packages, and.Goods of .all kinds, received and forwarded at the risk o? the Company, to all the citiesand principal towns in the United Stales. J. SIMPSON AFRICA. J. F. RAMEV ' . AFRICA & RAMJSTr; ; PH4CTICAL " SURVEYOR ' S; OFFICE with Daniel Africa, Esq., Hill street, between Montgomery and Smith streets, Huntingdon, Pa. [Sept 13, '54. .. " R. A. MILLER, D. D. S. . ~~ A .RTIFIClAL TEETH; from one:£5^3v j\_ to a. full set,,mounted in the most U%$f$& improved modern style. Filling, Filing and ' .Cleaning done witli care and neatness. Teeth Extracted with all the ease and despatch that modern science can furnish. • •• Huntingdon, March 8, 1854. JOHN SCOTT. . SAJIUEI.T ' . BROWN scott&browrV '- ¦ ' attorneys at law, ' HUNTINGDON , PA. OFF ICE'saincds ' thafforrnCrly bec ' umed bv Mr. Scott. ¦ ¦ : . • „, * Huntingdon,Oct.,17,. 185.3. ,,. ., ATTparxBir AfxAife-, * WjlJ atendfaiiiifu...
Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 March 1855
ARMITAGE'S Electro-Magnet Lightning Rods AFTER many years' close investigation and numerous experiments, the Pattcnlce sakes pleasure in informing the public that he has arrived ;it the true principles of protecting families, dwellings and property from the destructive influence of Lightning. The calamities that every City, Town. Village and Country falls victim to annually, through the gross negligence of its inhabitants, is beyond calculation, especially when Hie remedy is so easy to obtain—this is found in Arriiitage's Patent Magnetic Xjiglitning Rods, and in this alone. This Rod has been examined by the most scientific gentlemen in ' the. world—- Profestors M'Murtric, Jolmson, Waller and muny others that have examined them, recommend and spcuk of them in tho highest terms of approbation, and have pronounced them the only safe rods in uso in this or any other country, for the protection of Lives and Property. One advantage is to divide and throw buck a. p.irt of the electric ...
Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 March 1855
IP YOU WANT TO BUY CHEAP GOODS, CALL AT THE STORE OF GEO. GWIKT. riEO. GWIN has just returned from Phila-\JX delp hia and New York, and it-now opening at his well known siand in Market Square, ihe largest and prettiest assortment of FALL AND WINTER GOODS ever brought to the borouuh of Huntingdon, and is now selling at unusually low prices. My stock consists in part, of Cloihs, Cassimeres, Black and Fancy, Sattinctts, and a large variety, of Satin and Silk Yesiings, Kentucky Jeans Tweeds, brown anil bleached Muslins, Drill Crash, Bags an:! Bagging, Linen and Coiton table Drapers, and a great variety of goods io tedious too mention. LADIES DRESS AiN'D FRENCH GOODS —a large assoriment of Undersleavcs, Collars and Spencers. | BL\OKAND FIGURED SILKS; PRINTS in abundance, Muslin de Lanes, Muslin de Base, Alpacas, Lustres, Cashmeres, Florence and Maroclinc and Gro de Nap Silk for bonnet linings, Edginct Lace, Ribbons, fancy and black Gimp.blacksilk lace,colored Kid Gloves, Gents' b...
Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 March 1855
MATCHES! MATCHES!! JOHN DONNELY, MANUFACTCltKR ASD INVENTOR. OF SAFETY PATENT SQUARE UPRIGHT WOOD BOX MATCHES. No. 106 North FOURTH Street (above Race,) PHILADELPHIA. MATCHES having become an indispensable article in housekeeping, the subscriber after a great sacrifice of time and money, is enabled to offer (o the Public an article atuncccom. bining Utility and Cheapness. The inventor knowing the danger apprehended on account of theflimaey manner in which Matches are generally packed in paper, has by the aid of New Steam Machinery of his own invention, succeeded in getting up a safety patent square vpright ¦wood box ; 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-Shippers is considerable advantage ; it is entirely new, and secure against moisture and spontaneous combustion, and dispols all danger on transportation by means of Railroad, Steamboat or any other mode o...
Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 March 1855
COURT AFFAIRS •&PR.XI. TEB.m, 1855- PROCLAMATIOI. Whereas by a precept to me directed, dated at Huntingdon, the 20th day of Jan. A., D. 1854, under t\,e hands and seals of the Hon. George Taylor , President of the Court of Common ' Pleas, Oyer and Terminer, and general jail delivery of the 24th judicial district of Pennsylvania composed of Huntingdon, Blair and Cambria, and the Hon. JohnathanMc V\ illi-ims.Thoa. P. Stewart, his associates, Judges of the ounty of Huntingdonjustices assigned, appointed to hear, try and determine all and every indic : ments made or taken for orconcerning all crimes, which by the laws of the State arc made capital or felon ies of-death and other offences crimes and misdemeanors, which have been or shall hercaficr be committed or perpetrate! for crimes afiresaid—I am -comtttanded to make public proclamation throughout my whole baliwick that a Court of Oyer and Terminer, of Common Please and Quarter Sessions, will be held at the Court Hous...
Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 March 1855
TRIAL LIST. FIRST WEEK. Henry Sheesly vs Moses W. Shugart. Christian Couts vs John Hildebrand. Lviken's Admr's. vs Maddens. John Savage vs John Fisher. Bickerstaff et al vs Patterson. D. Walker vs J W. My ton's Admr. Samuel Bolinger vs Wm Johnston. George Jackson vs Sassaman's Ex 'rs. James Wall vs Peter Burket. Henry Mytinger vs Peter Livingston. John Savage vs Barkslresser. J. Simpson Africa vs Daniel'Flenncr et al. Hirst for Caldwell vs Daniel <\frica, David Caldwell vs Dell & Orotsl«y. ¦ Com'th, for Shoenbergi-r vs M. Crownov.-r. Hirst, Clark & Co. vs Myton & Cunningham Commonwealth forBration vs M. Crownover. Joshua Johns vs Blair, Robtson & Co. SECOND WEEK. Andrew P. Wilson vs M. Buiy. Com'th.for Kyler vs Hooper & Kboper. Bysart's Ex'rs. tra Cryder ' s Adm'rs. Apgar's Ex'rs. vs Isaac Ashton. Horatio Trexlerfe Co. vs J. & W. t'axton, Scott & wife vs William Johnston. Adolphus Patterson vs Jno. Doughabough Philip...
Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 March 1855
Traverse Jurors. FIRST WEEK. Robert K. Allison, farmer , Brady. Brice X. Blair, merchant , Dublin. Owen Boat, coach maker, Henderson. Miles Brown, laborer, Springfield. Isaac Buck, farmer Warriorsmark. Samuel Campbell,teacher , Dublin. Richard Cnnningham, farmer, Jackson. Silas A. Cresswell, merchant; Barree. - Richard Colegate, blacksmith, Cromwell Edward Duncan, farmer , Hopeivell. John Duffey, mason; Springfield. George Ebby, farmer, Shirley. John Eberts, farmer, Franklin. John Frazier, farmer, West. Dewalt Fouse, farmer, Hopewell. Henry. Grazier, farmer, Warriorsmark. T. Henderson of David, farmer Warriors'k James E. Harper, Dublin. Francis Holler, Brady. Joel [ senberg;, farmer, Porter. Aarnn Kelley, farmer , Henderson. : Sarhnel Keith, teacher, Morris. Christian Long, grocer, Henderson. David Long, farmer , Clay. Daniel Massey,. farmer, Barree. George Myers, farmer, bhirley. William Marlin, p lasterer,, Clay. HenrvL. McCarloy, Brady. John' Menick, farmer, Dublin. Benjami...
Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 March 1855
J.&W.SAXTON, HAVBjusi received from Philadelphia the hands nnest assortment of S'all and Winter Goods ever offered in this place, consisting of Cloths, Casshners, fc'atUnctts, Ycslingrs. - FOR THB L-\DTES, we have Plaid Silks, worsted Plaids, and every varieiy of Plaid G.iods, to p lease (he taste of the Ladies ; also, Shawls, Sacherv, Flannels, Bonnet tiilks . Bonnets, and the finest assortment of Coll ins, Under.-leaves. Shirnazctt^, &c , &c, ever offered to the La ies of this place. BOOTS AND SHOES of every variety, for Boys and Men, Ladies rihoes of every variety, &c.,&c. HATS A.ND CAPS, a beautiful ns-ortment, of every graJe and size. HARDWARE of which we have the best as¬ sortment in (own. .QUEENSWARE |YND GROCERIES, of which there is no better for the price. Our stock of Oil Cloths. Carpets, &c, is g'ood. Tubs, Buckeis, Willowware, and everything usually kept in a country .-tore. In fact we have everything to suit the taste ...