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Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 11 April 1855
PLASTER AND CLOYERSEED '/ ~ 1 ROUND Plaster now ready and forsalc-\ X Also clovcrseed. KESSLER & BRO., March 13, 1855. Mill Creek. SPING & SUMMER GOODS,, AT THE ©SJ» SXAK0.. GEO. G-WIIT, H AS just received from Philadelphia and is now opening at tho old stand in Market Square, the largest and prettiest assortment oi' SPHJIfG: AISTD SUMMER GOODS, ever brought to the borough of Huntingdon. My stock cpnsists in part of Cloth b, Cassimers, black and fancy Satinctts. Tweeds, and a large variety of Goods of all kinds.. Ladies' Dress and 2*aney Goods, of the latest styles and best quality. A largo assortment of Underslcevcs, Collars and Spencers, bluck and figured Silks,,a great-variety of Prints and CUinces, Lawns, Barzc Delains, Deluins figured, plain and barred, Edging Lace, Ribbons, fancy and black Gimp, Silk Ln.ce, colored Kid Gloves, Gents' black do.. Linen and Silk fldkfs., black Italian Cravats, Hosiery - &c, HATS & CAPS, BOOTS &. SHO...
Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 11 April 1855
fl.OlUBl AS» WHEAT. *^f^ F LOUR WHEAT on hand and H»2Jfor sale at the store of §s£B*k roh 6 1 D. P. GWIN. A New -Assortment Just Opened! And will fee sold 3© per cent. CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST IT ROMAN respectfully informs his custom-Xj ers, and the public generally, that he has just opened at his store room in Market Square, Huntingdon, a splqndid new stock of Ready, made Clothing For Spring and Summer, consisting of Superfine blaek Dress and Frock SSoats, black and fancy Cassimere, Cassinet and Corduroy Pantaloons; a large assortment of Vests, Hats and Caps, hook and pocket Handkerchiefs, Shirt?, Suspenders, Carpet Bags, Trunks, Umbrellas, Sep., &c, nil of which he \7ill sell cheaper than the some quality of Goods can be purchased at retail in Philadelphia or, any other establishment in the country, Persons wishing to buy Clothing would do well to call and examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere. Huntingdon, April 11,1855.
Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 11 April 1855
Sunday In tlie Camp. We find the following picturesque and striking passage in a jecent letter from the Crimea: "Yesterday , being Sunday, the routine was broken by the impressive ceremony of an open-air church parade. Each division , on these occasions, has divine service performed by its own chaplain. Ours «vas drawn up on the rising ground, just beyond the tents , in a dense hollow square. The clergyman and officers occupied the centre. Every one was covered. Some of the men wore foragecaps, for lack of shakos; and on dit that the losa of these stiff and ugly varieties of head gear is submitted to with great resignation by the line generally The chaplain, with his dark velvet skull-cap and black moustache and beard, reminded me of a foreign padre in cannonicals. We were scarcely placed in position , before the loud rush of round-shot from the fort was heard , again and again in our cars, causing sundry dislocations of the square—the men grinning and swaying about at each wh...
Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 11 April 1855
From the Cermantown Telegraph Treatment of Fruit Trees. Mr. Editor:—I herein propose giving you the manner of. treating fruit trees, particularly the peach and plum, so as to make them bear , and if suitable to appear iu your wellprepared columns, you are at liberty to use it. The following treatment of fruit trees was communicated to me, by a lover of good fruit , who has taken great pains to have plenty of fruit, avid that which-is good- In the beginning of the month of April, lake a hand full of rock salt , and put aiound the roots , close to the trunk of the trees. Then leave tha trees until the first of May, when a good coat of lime should be applied to the bodies of the trees. At the same time_. make a strong decoction of hickory wood ashes and water , by boiling them together, and apply this plentifully to the roots of the trees, by pouring it around them while in a boiling state. This will kill the worms and insects, or prevent them from injuring the trees. At the same t...
Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 11 April 1855
SALAMANDER SAFES. ¦ H EVANS & WATSON, No. 26 South Fourth Street, GRE&.TFIRE. CHESTNUT & FIFTH Streets, Friday morning, December 5th, IS54. Evans & Watson's Salamander SAFES triumphant, as they always are when put to the lest. PHii.ADEi.pHf a, Dee. 15, 1854. Messrs. Evaks & Watson, No. 39 South FOURTH St, Philadelphia. Gentlemen :—We take much pleasure in recommending your Salamander Safes to merchants and others in want of a secure means of preserving their books, papers, &c.. from fire, as ihe-one we purchased from you about seven months since has preserved our books, papers and cash in as good a condiiion as they were when put into it, before the great fire of this -norningwhich destroyed the entire block of buildings corner of Chestnut and Fifth streets. The above safe was in use in our office, on the second floor of our building, from which place it fell into the cellar, and remained there uniil the fire was out. The safe-was ...
Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 11 April 1855
Front Street wire Manufactory. WATSON & COX, Sieve, Riddle, Screen and Wire Cloth Manufacturers,. No. 46 NORTH FRONT ST., corner of Comb's Alley, between Market and Mulberry (Arch) Streets, Philadelphia, continue to manufacture of superior quality, Brass and Iron. Wire Sieves of all kinds; Brass and Copper Wire Cloth for Paper Makers, &c. Cylinders and Dandy Roils covered in the best manner. Heavy Twilled Wire for ^ park Catchers, Sieves for Brass and Iron Founders, Screen Wire, Window Wire, Safes, Traps, Dish- Covers, Coal and Sand Screens, &c. Fancy Wire Work of every description. " [Feb. 20, 3m LEATHER. FRITZ, HEfSTDRY & CO., 27o. 29 Worth Third St., Philadelphia. MOROCCO Manufacturers, Courriers and Importers of FRENCH CALF-SKINS, and dealers in Red and Oak SOLE LEATHER and K1PP. [Feb 20,1855—ly WALL PAPERS, BUR. TOW & E/A1SIISG ^ MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS, No. 124 ARCH. Street, second door above Sixth, PHILADELPHIA, WROLESALE $ RE...
Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 11 April 1855
ADAMS & CO.'S EXPRESS. T. K. Simonton Ag't,, ' Huntingdon. "i / TONEY, Packages, and Goods of all kinJs, 111. received and forwarded at the risk of llio Company, to all the cities and principal towns in the United Stales. J. SIMPSON AFRICA. J. F. RAMEV. AFRICA & SAMEY, PRACTICAL SURVE"ST©K§} AFFICE with Daniel AfricaEsq., Hill strcef, \ ^J between Montgomery and Smith strecls, Huntingdon, Fa. [Sept 13, '54. R. A. MILLER, D. D. S. A RTIFIClAL " TEETH,#omon .e j^S|$ XJl to a. full set, mounted in the most Q2fijf§* improved modern st yle. Filling-, Filing- and ; Cleaning- done with ra . -c and neatness. Teeth Extracted with all the ease and il-/spatch that modern science can furnish. Huntingdon, March 8, 1854. JOHN SCOTT. SAMUEL T. BIHIUN SCOTT & BRPWJV 3 ATTORNEYS AT LAW, HUNTINGDON , PA. • OFFICE same as' that formerly occupied by Mr. Scott. Huntingdon, Oct. 17,1853. TOHM Wo^EOW^3l£T ATTORNEY AT XtAOT, Will utend faithfully to alllegal business i. "&...
Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 11 April 1855
ARMITAGE'S Electro-Magnet Lightning Rods A FTER. many years' close investigation XI. and numerous experiments,the Pattentcc sakespleasure in informing the public that he has arrived at the true principles of protecting families, dwellings and property frem the destructive influence of Lightning. The calamities that evory City, Town % Village and Country falls victim to annually, through the gross negligence of its inhabitants, is beyond calculation, especially when the remedy is so easy to obtain—this is found in Armitage's Patent Magnetic Lightning Rods, and in this alone. This Rod has been examined by the most scientific gentlemen in the -world—Professors M'Murtrie, Johnson, Wallor and many others that have examined them, recommend and speak of them in the highest terms of approbation, and have pronounced them the only safe rodsia use in this or any other country, for the protection of Lives and Property.— One advantage is to divide and throw back a part of the electric fluid ...
Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 11 April 1855
$200 REWARD HpH E public generally, and the rascals who X some time since entered my store and remo. ved valuables to the amount of about SHOO without my permission, arc informed that I have just opened a more general and better assortment of articles in my line of business than was ever brought to Hunting-don, eon -^£fe. go? sisting of Watches, Jewelry, Wf?Sfif W2^L Clocks, Fine Knives, Pistols, §' £-§$ QS&LiiaS Perfumery, Port Monnaies,Sil. tMss3% ver Ware and Fancy Articles, <fce., &c. My old friends , and customers, and the public in general throughout the county are requested to call and examine my assortment. KDM.SNARE Huntingdon, March 22,1854. "" JAPAN " cONQUEREJDir NEW GOODS. "PETER SWOOPE, hereby makes JfiiovVn to X the citizens of Huntingdon County, that he has just returned from Philadel phia and has opened in frame store room lately occupied by Marx Israel, hear the corner of Hill & Montgomery Streets, Huntingdon, Pa-, a large, ...
Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 11 April 1855
MATCHES! MATCHES! « JOHN DONNELY, MANUFACTURER, AND 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 afl ter a. great sacrifice of time and money, is cna. bledtooffer to the Public an article atoncccom. binirig Utility and Cheapness. The inventor knowing the'dangcr apprehended on account oi theflitnsey manner in which Matches are gen. erally packed in paper, " has by the aid of New Steam Machinery oi his own invention , succee. ded in getting up a safety patent square upright wood box ; this box is tar preferable, inasmuch that it occupies no more room thanthe 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 se. cure against moisture and spontaneous combus. tion,and dispels all danger on transportation by means of Railroad, Steamboat or any...
Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 11 April 1855
JUUWS STERI, No. 145, North THIRD StTeet, (3 doors above Eagle Hotel, PHILADELPHIA. Wholesale SJealer In Fancy Dress- Trimmings, and Millinery Goods, atid Manufacturer of Fancy Silk Sonnets , TT7"EEP3 constantly on hand a very extensive JX. assorimentof Silks, Ribbons, Laces, Embroideries, Flo*ers,BonnetFrames, Gimps, Fringes, besides a great variety of other Faticy Goods. He solicits a call from country Merchants visiting the City, and assures them that they will be ^ure to find any article above mentioned, atthe lowest prices. March 13. 1855—2 m ABJSTISI BROWN, Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in Floor, Carriage and Table Oil Cloths, WAREHOUSE, No. 110 NORTH THIRD St. S. W.cor. of Race, up stairs, PHILADELPAaA. Dealers are asurcd that I have the largest Stock in Philadelphia, and will sell at the very lowest rates. March 14. 8JSEFSJ&. EMP'l.OYIHENT. Prom $3 to $6 a day olear.—A chance to make money. BOOK AGENTS WANTED, TO sell a new book entitled "One Thousand Thing...
Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 11 April 1855
Traverse Jurors. SECOND WSEK. Thomas Adams , chair maker, Henderson John Atkinson , farmer, Dublin. Arthur Anderson , farmer, Brady. Andrew Allison, farmer, West. David Beck Jr. farmer, Warriorsmark. Jacob Baker, Cabinet maker, Porter. Abraham Brumbaugh, farmer, Hopewell. Washington Baker, farmer, Tod. John Chilcote, farmer, Cromwell. Nickolas Corbin , shoemaker , Cass. James Coy, farmer , Barree. David Clarkson Esq. J. P., Cass. Archibald Del!, farmer , Cass. William Dorris Sr. Henderson. JohnDysart, farmer, Franklin. Joshua Hicks, farmer, Porter. Henry Holtzapple, miller, West. Benjamin Isenberg, farmer , Morris. Joseph Law. merchant , Morris. Robert McBurney, merchant , Jackson Henry Miller, farmer , Porter. Isaac McClaiH , farmer, Tod. Peter Speck, farmer , Penn. Caleb Swoope , farmer, Union. David Swoope, farmer. Clay. - William D. Shaw, shoemaker, Porter. Dawson Smawley. farmer Shirley., John B. Smith, farmer, Jackson, John Snyder, shoemaker, . Walker. Adam Speck , farmer,...
Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 11 April 1855
The Chambersburg ana Mount Union Stage Line Revived. rpiIE undersigned aware gsSotSL» -^Z?—X that a suspension °^ JsE^flBI&SlSj^'SP?^ the line of Stages over the ~^ ^^^^ ^^^^S^I _ road between Chambers- - ***aa ^ ff M* ™ BBs5«£i-'> burg and Mt. Union cannot but be disadvantageous to a large section of country, has, at considerable expenses and trouble, made arrangements to run a Line of Stages Tri.weekly between the two points. Good Horses, and comfortable Stages have been placed on the route, and experienced and trusty drivers will superintend the running of the Coaches. The proprietor of the line is desirous that it be maintained . and he therefore earnestly calls upon the public generally to patronise it, confident that it will be for their mutual advantage. Every attention necessary will be given, and the running of the Stages will be regular. HT Stages leave Mt. Union every Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, arriving at Chambersburg the same evenings. Ret...
Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 11 April 1855
STA1IFFER and HARVEY. Cheap Watches and Jewelry, j&m^rj&M WHOLESALE and RETAIL ,g| ||S£| ||gL at the "Philadelphia Watch ^^jis^arli^^Tirf Jewelry Store," No. 96 North Second STREET,corncr of Quarry ,Phila delphia. Gold LevcrWatcb.cs, full jcwell 18 carat cases, 828 00 Gold Lepincs, - - - - 24 00 Silver Lever Watchcs/ullje welled, 12 00 Silver Lepine, jewels, - - 9 00 Superior Quartiers, - ¦ - - 7 00 Gold Spectacles, - - - - 7 00 Fine Silver do. - •< - - - 1 50 Gold Bracelets, - - - - 3 00 Ladies"3old Pencils, - 1 00 Silver Tea Spoons, set, - - - 5 00 Gold Pens, with Penciland Silverllolder ,l 00 Gold Finger Rings, 37.J cents to S80; Watch Glasses,plain ,12^cents; Patent, 18^; Lunet, 25, otherarticles in proportion. Allgoodswarranted to be what they arc sold for. STAUFFER & HARLEY, On hand, some Gold and Silver Levers and Lepines, still lower thanthe above prices. Sept. 27, 1854-ly.
Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 11 April 1855
BOOTS AND S T IOES, The Best Assortment ever brought to Huntingdon. rpKE public are informed that LEVI WESTi BROOK has just opened at his store, the Lust selected assortment of ' " ¦ Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes ever brought to Huntingdon—in part as follows: Men's Double-soled Calf Boots, Men's Water-proof Hunting Boots, Men's Heavy Double-soled Water-proof Boots , Boys'1 Fine and Coarse Boots , Ladies '1 Congress Graitors , Ladies' French Morocco Gaitors , Ladies' Goat and - Morocco Boots , Gum Shoes of all Kinds together with a general assortment of Ladies' Shoes and Slippers. Also, Misses' and Children's best quality of Boots.and Shoes—Canvas Valises, Hats, &.c, &c. My old customers and the public generally, are requested to ' call and examine my new stock. LEVI WESTBROOK. Huntingdon, Nov. 14, 1854.
Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 11 April 1855
STOVES! STO.VES !! STOVES !! *„» • WHOLESALE jspnsr Kp^lf ' ' RETAIL. "llpef rpHE undersigned would respectfully call the J_ attention of Stove dealers, and those in want of a Stove for Parlor, Dining-room and Kitchen to our extensive assortment of every description of STOVES to,viz: Bay State Six holes on top, Globe Cook, Buck's Cook for wood, Modern Troy, Complete Cook, Sweet Home, Lilly Dale, Yocum Cook, Hagar Cook and Parlor STOVES of different kinds, too numerous to mention : also, to our celebrated MacGregor Heating- Stove for parlor, hotels, halls, and large stoves warranted to give more heat with one quarter the fuel, than any other stove now mudn. We are agents for Barstow & 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. References in regard to the above stoves are always to be seen at our store. NEMAN & WARNICK, N. E- Corner SECOND & R...
Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 11 April 1855
Good Advice.—In commencing a new year, y ou should so arrange your system of farming, as never to be at a loss throughout the season for what next you are to do. —¦ Mak e it a point of duty not to cultivate more land than you can cultivate well. Let not the ambition of being considered a large cultivator induce you to overcrop yourself. One acre well plowed, harrowed and rolled, if well tended afterwards , will produce more than three where these things may have been omitted. The more noble ambition for agriculturists, is that which excites the desire not only of being considered, but of being in reality a good cultmist, of bo cultivating his land as -that , while it yields abundant harvests, it may be gradually improving in its productive capacities.—American Farmer.
Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 11 April 1855
REMOVAL. LIGHT \ LIGHT!! LIGHT!!! Iff. B. DTOTT & X3B3CTT HAVE removed to their New Store and Factory, No. 74 South Second Street Philadelphia, (Five doors below their old stand ;) havingincreas'.d facilities, we offer to Merchants and others, GAS FIXTURES and" LAMPS of every description, and at the lowest Manufacturer's prices, and unsurpassed in quality or appearance by any in the Country. Our Stock embraces Dyott's Patent Pine Oil Lamps, (the best in the World:) Burning Fluid and Solar Lard Lamps, Chandeliers, for Gas, Pine Oil, Solar Lard, and Fluid, Hall and Patent Spring Hand Lanthorns, Globes, Glasses, Wicks, Pine Oil and Fluid wholesale and retail. Merchants and others will nnd it to their advantage.to call and examine our stock and pri¬ ces. X£F" Particular attention given to fitting up Churches and other public buildings. October 3rd. 1854.
Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 11 April 1855
WAfOHBS, CLOCKS ANDJEWELE?. ^^^S^^ The subscri ber, thankful to ( gsl gl^iQisS gL his friendsand patrons, and to Ei^sssssSllKi&the public generally, for their patronage, still continues to carry n 'i ,-j^. at the same stand, one door east of Mr.^j §S|<|P j ? C. Gout's Hotel, Market street Hunting- fe ^fjj don, where he will attend to all who ^^S j will favcr him with their custom ; und also keeps on hand a jjood assortment of Watches, Clocks, Jc/. try, 6cc, &c, all of which he is determined to sell at low prices. Clocks, Watches and Jewelry of all kinds, will be repaired at short notice, and having made arrangements with a good workman, all repairs will be done in a neat and durable manner, and any person having articles for repairing, shall have them done at the promised time. By paying strict attention to businces. and selling at low prices, he hopes to receive a sharo of pub. lie patronage. JOSEPH REIGGER.