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Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 March 1855

HAT5. —Moles,kin No.l and 2, of the latest styles; Kossuth Hats of various styles and qualities--\vil],bc sold low at the cheap s torc °t ' GEO. GWIN.

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855

se President and his Native State. The Concord (N. H.) correspondent of the Boston Post has the following: "I have been permitted to copy the following high-toned sentiment from a late private letter of our patriotic President to a friend in this city, which is pertinent to the point. The letter is dated about aweek ago. Gen. Pierce says : "I am naturally anxious about the result of the election in New Hampshire. But tell my friends lh?t if, after a contest conducted with the ability, honor and courage with which this has been, we are defeated, such defeat, under such circumstances, will never distuib me for a moment. If you could have carried the State with the aid ofanyoueof the isms by a majority of 20,000, and would have consented to do so, I should, in my feelings, have sounded the depths of humiliation. As it is, no disappointment can depress me." At a moment when the democratic parly is the only organization left to oppose a consolidated crusade, howling with imprecatio...

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855

From the Washington Union. Tile New Hampshire Election. The opposition journals have already raised a shout over the defeat of the democracy of New Hamprhire by the combined elements of faction and fanaticism s -including abolitionism, whiggery, free-soilism, native-Americanism3 and religious persecution. But that which most excites their exultation is the fact that New Hampshire is the native State of President Pierce, and that the granite democracy of that State have been compelled to yield before a pestilent fusion of the worst political prejudices that ever afflicted a happy people. They feel, doubtless, like the enemies of the American revolution in the dread hour when the common foe of our country, united with hireling auxiliaries and savage allies, and stimulated by internal treason, had almost annihilated the cause ol the American colonies. In their joy at the temporary defeat of a proud and heretofore indomitable democracy, they forgot the degrading means resorted to ac...

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855

J-ia*.* The History of oxir Lord. A sermon, by Rev. A. A. Wn,i,iTs, preached in Philadelphia, on Sunday 18th ult. and reported by Jolm F. Graff. Subject—"Our Lord ' s Temptation." The text, selected for the occasion may l-e found in Matt. iv. l—"Then was Jesus led up of the Spirit into (he wilderness , to be tempted of the devil. 1 ' To the speaker, this passage was one* of a [ieeply mysterious chaiaeU-r ; conlaiuinu ,as it did, so much important truth, yet wiih its object but so partially revealed. It was however, not so difficult for us to determine why our Jord had be<m thus tempted , as it was lo understand how the temptation had been accomplished. From-the fart that he was 'vfiolly without sin , it was evident thai he coukl not be tempted by any thoughts within. It was true , that by his assuming [he estate of man, lie had rendeied himself subject to the trials and sufferings of humanity; yet, in a spiritual sense, lie was a God incarnate, as was abundantly provoil...

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855

Religious Denominations of th.e United States. We often hear it said, that , if there were fewer religious denominations in the United States, there would be sufficient church accommodations for every body. The argument is a particular favorite with a certain class of persons, when they are solicited lo subscribe for the erection of houses of worship, but in face of this round assertion, there are in the entire country, with its population ¦ }{ twenty-six millions, church accommodation for only fourteen millions. Allowing Ihree millions for children too young to go lo chiarch, it follows that one-third of the 3ntire population have no church to go to, 2ven if they are so disposed. The number of religious sects in the United Stales is twenty, without counting the Chinese Budhists in California; or sundry minor Christian denominations. ' The whole number of edifices of worship is about thirty-six thousand, capable of accommodating, as we have seen, fourteen millions of people. The...

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855

Baltimore Conference of M. E, Church. This body, which has been in session for some time at Baltimore, has adjourned, after making the usual appointment for the year. The following are the appointments for the Cumberland and Bellfontc Districts: Cumberland District-—John A. Colins, P. E.—Cumberland—Wm, T. D. Glenn.— Cumberland mission to Colored People—Horace Holland. Cumberland Ckcujt—John Lloyd, F. A. Mercer. Allegheny—James A. Coleman, George W. Dunlap. Westernport —Samuel Cornelius, (one to be supplied.) — Frostburg—Samuel B. Dunlap, B. F. Sterens. Shellsburg—Joseph N. Spangler, Wm. Stevens. Bedford—Joseph T. Phelps, Bedford Circuit—George W. Bouse, Jas. W. Curr3-Wood bury—Wm. M. Meminger, John M'- Elfresh. Hollidaysburg—James H. March Altoona—Alex. E. Gibson. Birmingham—Elisha Butler. Williamsburg—Job W. Lambeth. Coalmout— Samuel W. Price.— Cassville—Geo. Berkstresser, Richard Hinkle and Robert Beers, supernumerary. Shir-. leysburg—Jas. M. Clark, Heniy Wilson. Bellefonte Di...

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855

THE HUNTINGDON G-LOBE, ¦< Per annum, in advance, $1 50 "*" " " if not paid in advance, 2 O0 •': No paper discontinued until all arrearages - arc paid. .-'. A failure to notify a discontinuance at the ex. -piration of the term subscribed for will be considered a new engagement. " : ' Terms of Advertising. 1 ins. 2 ins. 3 ins. .Six lines or less, " 25 37J 50 1 square, 16 lines, brevier, 50 75 " 100 *& " " 1 00 1 50 2 00 " 3 " " 1 50 2 25 3 00 > 3 m. 6 m. 12 m. . 1 square, " S3 00 S5 00 S8 00 ' 2 ¦' " 5 00 8 00 ' 12 00 3 " " 7 50 10 00 15 00 4 " "9 00 14 00 23 00 ' p " « 15 00 25 00 38 01) 10 " " 25 00 40 00 60 00 Professional and Business Cards no1 exceed. ing- 6 lines, one year, - ©4 00 ' " . Agents for the G-lobe. " ^ The following gentlemen are authorized to receive the names of all who may desire to be. come subscribers to the Globe, and to receive advance payments and receipt for the same. Henry Zimmerman, Esq., Coffee Run. ; VVji. Campbell, lU'Gonuell...

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855

SHERIFF'S SALES B Y virtue of sundry writs of lueri Faccas, Lcvari Facias and Venditioni Exponr.s, is. sued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Hun. tingdon county, and to me directed, I will ex. pose to Public Sale at the Court House in the borough of Huntingdon, on Tuesday the 10th day of April next, lcJ55, ;>t 1ft o'clock A. M. of said day, the following described real estate : One Tract, Piece, Patcel or Tract of of Land, including a'i interest in the Raystown Branch oftlie Juniata River, containing togcth. er sixty-six acres, be the same more or less, 1 be. in"- part of a larger tract of {and in the naniu- of James Murdock, and being the mansion place, whereon the widow of James Entrehin, Esq., doe'd., resided before hcrdcatli. Also one oih. c,t piece or parcel of land unimproved, contain, ing lifly acres, more or less, being part of a hir. ger tract, in the name of Casper Myers, adjoining the said last described other tract. Also one oLher tract, piece or parcel...

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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855

I have taken the liberty of publishing the following letter, addressed to the County SuperinteiideiH,-from Mr. W. G. Waring of Centre county, a gentleman of well known literary attainments, an accomplished teacher, and sterling friend of the cause of education . Near Bom.sburg, Pa., March 23, 1S55. Mr. Jas. S. Baiip.—My dear Sir :—f am rejoiced to learn that you reiain, as Superintendent, all the enthusiasm that distinguished you as a teacher, and especially lliat it ha* contributed to a measure of such estimable consequence and value as the establishment of a school to teach the 'art of teaching. ' If further proof were needed of the wisdom of the enactment providing a County Superintendancy, beyond its results in the great improvement, in the management and effective¬ ness of our schools in almost every township—it may be found in the brightened prospects for the future which are " owed to it. And among these is one important result which the most sanguine advocates of Superin...

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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855

&. Voice from Delaware There is Iilfle danger of a majority of the U'higs in this county abandoning- their organization , for the purpose of joining a party whose principles are hidden from view, even if that paity does publish a bastaid platform, to which but little objection can be made. By this means they may doceive a few Whigs—a few may estrange themselves fiom us by the idea that the party is to become a great national party, but the sober, thinking portion will remain just where they are. If may be, in the course of events, that it may become necessary to fuse with the Democrats, who always act boldly and above board, so that their movements are under¬ stood. The K.-N.s move in secret and exclude Whigs who are not of their organization, from all participation in their victories, as they did at Harrisburg in the organization of tbe ' Legislatnre. We cannot consent to place Know-No\hingism in power until we know something of its tendencies. If the Whig party is de...

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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855

SK.'ECIAS^ NOTICE. rpHOSE indebted io the undersigned for Ad. vertising and Job Work done during the time he was editor of the Huntingdon Journal, are hereby notified lo pay up immediately, and save costs. The Advertising of course, is subject to the division between the undersigned and the present Journal editor, which was, "All advertisements published more than half the lime for which they were to be inserted, (at the time Brewster got possession) full to me—those published less tlian half the said time, fall (o lirewster, and those published just half their time are to be equally divided." S. L. GLASGOW. Shirloy-sburg, March 13, 1855. EPissoluiicsB of Partncrsfislp. rPIIE co-partnership heretofore existing bc-Iween V. & C. Schneider, was this day dissolved by mutual consent. The books of the firm are in the hands of F. Schneider, and all persons indebted will call and settle on or before the first of April next—after that date the books will be placed in the hands of...

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855

The English Press on the "War. The following remarks, extracted from the London IMorning Chronicle, give the view which seems generally held with regard to the future policy of the new Czar: ''Although the present Emperor is known to be a modeiate, prudent, and, toaeeitain extent, unambitious man, he cannot-and dare not swerve from the hereditary policy of his ancestors. He cannot and dare not concede an iota more than was conceded by his father, as regards the present crisis. He will adhere sti ingently to the late Emperor 's resolutions. Nothing more will be accorded than was intended to be accorded by the father. The late Empercv was mighty and powerful beyond all par., 'el. His subjects venerated him ; their confidence was unbounded. And yet he dared not venture beyond certain lengths. Those lengths are known. The present Emperor has a reputation to establish ; he has sundry hazards to encounter. The wondrouspresizge that almost beatified his father does not enviion him ; an...

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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855

ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. T ETTERS of Administration on the estate I j of J. McCartney Sankey, late of Henderson township, dee'd, having- been granted to the undersigned ; all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make payment to him, and those having claims will present thorn for settlement. ALEX. PORT, March 27,1855. Adm'r. .Notice to Contractors. QEALED proposals will be received at the O Engineers office of the Huntingdon nnd Croud Top Mountain R. R., up to April 10th, for the laying of the track from Sec. 1 to 28 inclusive ; also the ballasting- of Sections 32 to 28 inclusive. Specifications can be had at the office ten days prior to letting-. H.S. WILSON Engineers office, Hunt. March 20. Eng. \ JDNIATA ACADEMY. fpHE Summer Session of this Institution, lo-JL cated in Shirlcysburg, will commence May 1st, 1855, and continue five months. The location being- pleasant, frcs from the Ague and Fever of the Juniala Val ley, and easy of access by a daily line of Conches fr...

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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855

The following ably written article by Mr. Hall in answer to certain inquiries from a correspondent, on the subject of Normal Schools, Iheir utility, &c, I publish this week, by permission, as being entirely satisfactory, and containing the necessary amount of information on this subject. '•Enquirer" is ri«ht in '-'believing that Normal Schools are intended to educate teachers." Their special designs is to prepare young persons for teaching, and improve those who have already some experience in the business. Oihpr schools teach the vaiious branches of learning. These do the enme, and besides, give instructions in the art of leaching. The course includes all the branches usually taught in the public schools together with the most successful methods of teaching- those branches, the most approved system of school government , the best means of removing or conquering the difficulties that beset the young teacher both in school and out of it; and in short, all the duties and q...

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855

PLASTER AND CL0VERSEED / ~ 1 ROUND Plaster now ready und for sale.-\J Also clovcrsced. KESSLER & BRO., March 13, 1855. Mill Creek. __, FBLO17R, AW IB W2IEAT. $f@Effc& FLOUR and WHEAT on hand and Wi/KM 1 for sale at thn store of esS&m mh 6] D. P. GWIN. -^sSSi^w STRAY SOW. 'i r ~ -~^» Cdinv to the premises of the Ifst-^SSf su k scr 'L> or in Penn township, gS^^pSs^ illls Huntiiitrdon county, about the last of July or the first of August last, a white sow, supposed to be about two years old, The owner is requested to coinc forward, prove property, pay charges and take her away, otherwise she will be disposed of according to law. JOHN NORTHS. March G, 1855/* ESTATE! OP SIMON LEVI. "VTOTICE.—All persons interested arc hereby J\ notified that the Trust Account of David Blair, Esq., Assignee of Simon Levi, late of the borough of i/untingdon, has been filed in the Prothonotary's office and that said account will be presented to the Court on Monday the 9t...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855

Shirleysburg Female Seminary, Shirleysburg, Huntingdon co., Pa. rnilE subscriber gives notice that he hag as. I. Burned the charge of this Institution as Principal, and that he will open itforthc reception of pupils on Wednesday May 2d. It posscses superior attractions in its healthful location, convenient buildings und handsome grounds. The Principal flutters himself that equal advantages will be found in the acquirements of his lady and himself, and their skill gained by long expcrien .ee in New York City and other pi.ices. They will spare no exertion to give their pupils a thorough intellectual training, a cultivated taste, polished manners, and above all, moral culture founded on pure Christianity without sectarian bias. The charge for board with Englibh tuition, will be per term of 22 weeks, .$62 50 Day tuition per quarter 84 to $6 Reasonable extra charges will be made for Ancient and Modern Languages, Music, Drawing and Painting.. Till the opening, Circulars containing f...

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855

J- . WEICSISEILBAUIH, OPTICIAN AND OCULIST FKOM PHILADELPHIA ¦p ESPECTFCLLY informs the citizens of Xl> Huntingdon und vicinity, that ho will open a STORU at. Mr. Cout's Hotel, on Wednesday of first Court week, where lie will offer for sale SPECTACLES of every variety size and quality. A now invention of Spectacles, for dis-! tant or close reading, with gold, silver, steel and i tci-toisc-shcll frames, and a new and improved | assortment of pcrifocal ground* flint Glasses of I his own manufacture. He would particularly ! cull the attention of the public to his Spccta-J cles for NEAR SIGHTED PERSONS, and for I persons who have been operated upon for the cataract of the eye, and to his now kind of ! Glasses and Conservers of the sight made of the , best flint and nzurc Glasses. Also Microscopes, j Spy Glasses, Telescopes and Magnifying Glas-I ses. He can always select Glasses to suit the | vision of the person, as he sees them, upon the I first trial. He will remain in th...

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855

STOVES! STOVES!! STOVES ! i 1 ^. W HOLESALE ^ps "lip^H KBTAIL. fey-^ rpiIE undersigned would respectfully call the Jl attention of Stove dealers, and tiiose in want of a Slove for Parlor, Dining-room and Kitchen to our extensive assortment of every description of STOVES t'o viz : Bay State Six holes on top, Globe Cook, Buck's Cook for wood, Modern Troy, Complete Cook, Sweet Home, Lilly Dale, Yucmn Cook, Hagiu-Cook and Parlor STOVES of different kinds, too numerous to mention : also, to our celebrated MacGregor Heating Stove for parlor, hotels, halls, and largo stoves warranted to give more lieat with one quarter the fuel, than any other stove miw made. We are agents for Baustow &. Co's celebrated stoves, which for fineness of casting, durability and utility, not to be excelled. Also, Queen's Patent Portable FORGES, the best now in use. Rcforences in regard to the above stoves are always to be seen <il our store. NEMAN & WARNICK, N. E. Corner SECOND &am...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855

MILNWOOD ACADEMY, Shade Gap, Huntingdon County, Pa. n^IIE next session of this -.veil known Institu-J_ tion " will open the 1st Wednesday of May. It is located at Shade Gap, 18 miles from the Mount Union station on the Pennsylvania Railroad, from which place there is a. daily line of stages. Being- situated in theco-jntry it is removed from all the vices and temptations of town. The buildings are large, airy and accommodating—capable of accommodating some fifty boarders. Those who cannot bo accommodated in the Institution, can obtain good boarding in the neighborhood at about §1,50 per week. Terms $50 per session of fivcmonlhs, payable quarterly in advance. Washing 30 cts. a doz. Light nnd fuel an extra charge. For further particulars address W. H. WOODS, PmsciiML Ihc Principal's address will be Easton, Pa., until the first of April, after thnt time, Shade Gap, Hunt, co., Pa. Feb. 14, '55.

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855

Change of Front. We clip the following- paragraph from the Savannah (Ga.) Courier : "We have read with intense admiration the remarks of Gen. Cass on the French and English alliance, in its bearings upon this country. We wish that we could Jay ihern before our readers—but cannot to-day.— Heaven bless the old patriot, and spare him many days as a vigi.'ent sentinel on his country 's watch towers! We take back, now and here, all that we have ever said or thought to his disadvantage. " The Courici is the leading whig paper in Georgia. Jis lone is slightly different from thai of some of its Northern cotemporarieit. The Courier's ejaculation—"Heaven bless She old pati iot, aud spare him many days as a vigilant sentinel on his country 's watchtowers ," is responded to by millions of patriotic hearts.

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