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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855
CASSVILLE SEMINARY; MALE AM) FEMALE. The summer session will open the 4th May. Our new and commodious building will then be ready for use. We will be able to accommodate, in the Seminary and in town one hundred and fiftv students. From, present prospects this much room will be necessary. We have determined to connect with our Institution a Normal department, and will gi^e special attention to, and deliver lectures upon, the science and art of teaching. Wo have now a full and competent board of Instruction consisting of four gentlemen and three ladies prepared to impart instruction in all the Literary, Scientific and Ornamental brandies usually taught in the best Seminaries. Farther information can be had by addressing tho Principal. J. T. TOMLIN. Cassville, Huntingdon co., Pa., Mch. 6, '55.
Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855
Estate of Thomas Johnston, dee'd. NOTIC E is hereby given that letters testamentary on the will of Thomas Johnston of West township, dee'd., have been grantpd (o the undersigned. All persons indebted to the deceased are requested to make payment, and those having claims to present them for settle. ment. JOSEPH JOHNSTON, Executor. Feb. 27,1855 * WAR AT HARRISBURG. rp HOSE knowing themselves to have unsettled J accounts in the books of the subscriber, are respectfully requested to call and settee. Money or no money call and settle and have your accounts standing for four years closed,and according to the old saying one stitch in time will save nine. Face tlioae old accounts they must and shall be settled. R. C. McGILL. Huntingdon Foundry, Feb. 20. 1855.
Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855
BALTIMORE CARD. CARR, GIESE & CO. COMMISSION MERCHA NTS, FOR,TUB SALE OF FZ.OX7B, GRAIWANX* X.UIVEBEB SPEARS' WHARF, BALTIMORE. ttlr* Agents for Newark and Rosendalc Co, Ceinent and Plaster. Fine and G. A. Salt, constantly on hand. JN. li.—Liberal CASH advances made on consignments on receipt. Baltimore, Jan. 31, 1S55.
Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855
3EJ1LHBJS STERffi, No. 145, North THIRD Street, (3 doors above Eagle Hotel, PHILAUELPHIA. WEioSosstte Dealcs' In Fancy Dress Trimmings, and Rfillinciif Goods , aud Manufacturer of Fancy Silk Bonnets, T7'EKPS constantly on hand a very extensive J\assorlment of Silks, Ribbons, Laces, Embroideries, Flow erf, Bonnet Frames, Gimps, Fringes, besides a great variety of other Fancy Goods. He solicits a call from country Merchants visiting the City, and assures them that Ihey will he mre to find any article above mentioned, at the lowest prices. * March 13, 1855—2m
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855
NOTICE. ALL persons having unsettled accounts in the bookn of the subscriber, arc informed that such accounts have been left with William Dorris, Jr., Esq. All interested will please call and ' make settlement ;it as early a day us possible. M- A. J/ISNDERSON, i/untingdon, March 21, 1855.*
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855
Administrator's Not! T ~ ETTERSof Administrationhavebeen grant. Jj cd io me upon the estate of Captain William Johnston, late of Barrce township, dee'd. All persons indebted will make payment, and those having claims will present them to me for settlement. ROBERT JOHNSTON Jackson tp. Mach 20, 1855.* Admr,
Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855
DC ?" A Farce.—Pennsylvania legislation. There's more gas than brains about the capitol.—Raf Ismail's Journal. Nearly every exchange we pick up contains a hit akin to ihe above at our present legislature. Now , we believe the present legislature is just as wise, and intelligent and competent as any the Know-Nothings could possibly make up. The fact is, it is an exceedingly ' rare thing (o find a man of towering intellect, expansive ideas, brilliant genius, and patriotic views , who belongs lo or will have anything to do with the proscriptive order of Know-Nothings. Generally, the order is composed first of boys and young men, who have joined more on account of the novelty of the thing than from a conviction that the principles are right; second , of rickety politicians, possessing small brains and large aspirations, who, knowing they stand no chance if their pretensions are laid before the people, hope , by this secret combination, which forces men by oaths to support its candid...
Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855
LIST OF LETTERS. I) EMAINLNC in the Post office at Hunting-X\ don. April 1st, 1S55, which ifnotliftod on or before the Ut day of July next, wiil be sent to the General Post Office Department as dead lri ters : B—Miss B. M. Drieitner, Mrs. Manha E. Beck, Miss Charlotte Butler, George Barnett, John D.- Barber, Andrew S. Bechtel, Miss Rot=annu Brcnaman, Daniel Bookwalder, John B. Bradley, Jr, Wm. S. Bloomer. C Miss Sarah Corbin, Christopher ConJy, John CoughJen, Edward Caroll. D—P.-nrick Duggan, Michael Danavon, Lucmda Dorian 1 !, Miss Margaret Decker, E—David Enveart. F—Hiram L. " Fisher, Geo. Fetter , Esq., Catherine E. Fink. Peter Fry , G—Fredrick Garner, Mrs. Jane Green. R. S Green, Robert A. Urcenr H—Charles Heifuer 2. Jacob. Horst, Anna How¬ ard, J. A. Ilallman, Cyrcts Hughes, Charles Hellcrman, Joh Have (foreign,) David Hulchisi>n. Mrs. Mary J. Headings, Thomas Hamer, Daniol Hanigan. (foreign ) J & I—John Jurdin, Marx Israel (foreign,) Miss Lydia' A. Johnson...
Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855
SALAMANDER SAFES , ppp=fe ^ ^^^ EVANS & WATS " N ™llMlJ!Ppp[ No> 26 Soulh Fourth ' street - iiiiillliniiladelphia. . . GRE-VT S^^1?Fl KfilB; FIRE. CHESTflite WISI'NU'l' & FIFTH. Streets, ipl^S j^JaJP Friday morning, December Eg&^j^ MS& SS 5lh - ' 854. Evans'& Watson's salamander SAFES triumphant, as they always are when put lo the tett. Piii£ASKLrHiA, Dec. 15, 1854. Messrs. Evass & Watson, No. 29 South FOURTH St, Philadelphia. Gektlemkx : —We lake much pleasure in recommending your Salamander Safes ti> merchants and others in want of a secure means of preserving their books, papers, &c.. from fire, as the one we purchased from J'ou about seven months since has preserved our books, papers and cash in as good a condition as they were when put into it, before tbe great fire of this morning, which destroyed the entire block of buildings corner of Chestnut and Fifth streets. The a't^ove safe was in use in our off...
Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855
\£y VVe have on file several rich documents which shall receive our attention as toon as we get thuxugh with the rush of more important business now on hand. One o f them gives a life-like likeness of the publisher of the Journal , by "Sam," who , feince the decease of the Standing-Stone Banker , ba» voluntarily consented to do menial sei vice for a man he then considered the meanest white man living. ''Sam" is a reaponabl ygood looking, and with proper training might become a useful young man, but unless he speedily refoims, he will be hopelessly lost. Is there an infidel in the laud who could be persuaded lo stoop so loiv ? Fires.—Early on Monday morning last, the dwelling house on the mill property of Col. S. S. Wharton, at M'Connellstown, was completely destroyed by fire. It took fire on the roof from a burning chimney, and the wind being high the whole building was soon enveloped in flames. There was but little or no furniture destroyed as a new tenant was just moving in. W...
Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. SEBASTOPOL WOT TAIiEW I J. & W. SAXTON, HAVE just received from Philadelphia ihe handsomest assortment af Goods ever offered to the citizens of this place, and at lower prices than can be got at any other house, consisting as follows ;—DRESS GOODS, such as Summer Silks, Challeys, Borages, Lawns, &c, &c , FOR THE LADIES, Callicos, Chimazetts, Under-sleeves, Laces and the greatest variety of dress Trimmings in town, BOOTS AND SHOES of every variety, such as fine Boots, Ladies' Gaiters, Misses' Gaiiors and Slippers, Ladies' Buskins, and a great variety oi Children's Boots and Shoes. HATS AND CAPS, such as white Silk, black Silk. Kossuth Hals of every variety. Panama and Straw Hats, and a beautiful assortment of Bonnels, English, Straw, Brade, Silk am! Crape linnnets, Blourner Hats and Flats for children. HARDWARE AND QUEENSWARE, of every variety and at lower prices than ever. Cloths, Cassimers and Summer Goods of every variety and co...
Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855
BRING & SUMMER GOODS AT THE ©SL.S* STAWE*. GEO. GWIN, HAS just received from Philadelphia and is now opening- at the old stand in Market Square, the largest and prettiest assortment of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, ever brought to the borough of Huntingdon, My stock consists in part of Cloths-, C;isstmers, black and fancy Satinclts. Tweeds, and a large variety of Goods of all kinds. Ladies' Dress a.a.6. Fancy Goods, of the latest styles and best quality. A large assortment of Undcrslcevcs, Collars and Spcncers, black and figured Silks, a great variety of Prints and Chinees, Lawns, Barze Dclains, Dclains figured, plain and barred, Edging I,ace, Ribbons, fancy and black Gimp, Silk Lace, colored Kid Gloves, Gents' black do.. Linen and Silk Hdkfs., black Italian Cravats, Hosiery. &-o., HATS & CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES, and a fine assortment of STRAW GOODS. A good supply of FRESH GROCERIES, JIARDWARE, QUEENSWARE. GLASSWARE AND CEDARWARE My stock has been sele...
Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855
The Cheap Corner Forever! SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. READY-MADE CLOTHING, &C. OENJAMIN JACOBS informs his old cus. j ) tomcrsand the citizens of the borough and county of Huntingdon generally, that he has just opened an extensive assortment ofGoudsof all kinds suitable for spring and summer, which will compare in quality and prices with any other brought to town the present season. His stock consists of every article of LADIES DRESS GOODS. in part, Ginghams, Lawns, Printed and Plain Bareges, Prints of all kinds. Muslins, Gloves, Hosiery, &c, <Scc, in fact all articles of dress to be found in any other store in town. Also, an extensive assortment of READY MADE CLOTHING, for men and boys, for spring and summer wear, all well made and of good materials. Also, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES, of all sizes. Also, GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, HARDWARE, equal to any in town; and many articles too numerous to mention. My old customers and the public in gene...
Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855
[C?" We have received a second communication from Sarrrl. L. Glasgow, in reply to a charge made by the publisher of the Journal that he, Glasgow, had altempled to collect money due 8revv6ter. We must decline, for the present, publishing this second communication , for the reason, that we fear, "the greater the truth the greater the libel" it contains, might sour the gizzard of the beauty of (he Journal, and I hat the hope of gain might influence him to direct his attention to ihe size of our pile for damages. Brewster rich¬ ly deserves to be chastised in the manner Glasgow gives evidence he can do it—but we have no desire to see our kind , affectionate and honorable neighbor , kilt quite dead, at this early stage of his opposition to all who dare think for themselves , and who will Hot bend the knee to Know-NolhiiiRism. On some future day, we may, in self-defence , feel justified in laying before our readers, and the people generally, the/ads contained in Mr. Glasgow's communica...
Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855
PHILADELPHIA MARKETS Monday, April 2.—Cloverseed is more in. quired after—about 400 bushels good new sold at 36,20, and some old at $6 per 641bs. Tim. othy and Flaxsccd are scarce—the former is worth $3,75 and the latter §1,80 a 1,85 per bushel. Supplies of Flour continue to come in very slowly, and the market is firm at the late advance. There is some inquiry for shipment and further sales of 600 barrels standard brands have been made at S9,75 per barrel, and 200 barrels choice brands at S10. There is a fail demand for the supply of the retailers and ba. kcrs at S9,75 up to 811 for common and extra family brands. Rye Flour and Corn Meal are held firmly—the former at $6,50, and the Jat, tcr at $4,25 per barrel. Grain-~Thc market is nearly bare of Wheat and it is wanted at a further advance. 250 bushels priino Pennsylvania White sold at •$2,50 per bushel, which is ihe highest point reached this year : red is held $2,40, but a lot of 200 bushels sold at $2,35. Rye is wanted at...
Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855
A second "Angel Gabriel" come "to Jug ' dment. The Journal of last week will satisfy any honorable man that its columns are wholly nnder tho control of blackguards who arefi ' companions only for "Ned Buntlin," and the foreign criminal who calls himself "Angel Gabriel." Over a column is filled with assertions and attacks upon the characters of some of our most respectable citizens and ourself , which could have been suggested by no other than the most depraved minds.— If the religion the editors profess gives them a free license lo slander those who are in no way lesponsible for anything we may say, we pray God we may have none of it. It is a common saying that there are "black sheep in every flock," and we are strongly of the opinion that the addle-heads of the Journal me the blackest of the black. We shall at another time reply lo come of the assertions in the last Journal..
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855
CLOTHING ! CLOTHING! ! rpHE public are informed that H. ROMAN _L will open on Saturday or Monday next, at his store room in Market Square, Huntingdon, a new assortment of READY MADE CLOTHING for Spring and Summer, made of the best materials and in the most fashionable styles. His numerous customers and the public generally are requested to call nnd examine his stock. Huntingdon, April 3, 1855. BLINDS AND SHADES! SelSfing olF at Reduced Prices. BJ. WILLIAMS, No. 12, North Sixth St., a few doors above Market St., Philadelphia, Originator of all New Styles ! Buys the best materials cheap for cash, which enables him to sell superior WINDOW BLINDS AND SHADES as low as others sell inferior articles. Gold borders and painted Shades, of beautiful designs. Buff Holland Shades, trimmings, Fixtures, &c, wholesale and retail. Store Shades painted and lettered to order. Repairing- in general attended to, Purchasers please call. OO" We study to please, rrj April 3, 1855.
Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 4 April 1855
LIST OF LETTERS. T)EMAlNINGin the Post Office at Ale*an-±\j dria, Pa., on the 31st March, 1855, which if not lifted on or before the 1st clay of July next, will then be sent to the General Post Office Department as Dead' Letters. One cent dueoneacli letter fn addition tq the regular postage—cost of advertising.-A—Thomas J. Ash, Esq. C—Mrs. Elizabeth Clapper, John Coiiely, James Cornelius. E—M. R. Ewing, Esq. F—John Farmer, Mrs. Hannah Forrest. G—Aloses Garland. H—Jacob Hareneana, Jr., Thomas Hefner Thomas Huct, Samuel Hucy, John Hicka. I—Nicholas Iscnberg, 2, Bcnj. Isenberg. K—Mrs. Mary Kyle. M—Wm. Moore, A. Mayer.-P—Daniel Piper 3. S—John Stelebargcr,- Mrs. Klizabeth Shaeffcr T—Miss Ann Jane Taylor-W—John T. Wb.ilta.ker,- Miss Caroline Whiltaker, Win. Wilson, Esq. HENRY C. WALKER, P. M. Alexandria, April 2, 1855.