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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

Facts.—Physicians rarely take medicine, lawyers seldom go to law, and ministers steer clear of other persons' churches.— Editors, however, read all the papers they can cet hold of. A NOVEL WOOING. It was on the return of Mr. F., a lecturer on Phrenology, to the city of B., lhat one morning, Harry G. entered his study, and after some desultory conversation, commenced looking over some phrenologi oal charts, that were arranged before him. While thus engaged, he noticed one of the head of Miss Emely-B., of C, copiously marked. * He examined it, and became much interested; as it described a person of an original mind, and superior character. As he laid it aside, Mr. F. said : "The person there described I met during my absence, and she possessed a mind so well balanced, that I took a chart of her head. I consider her quite a model of female worth. She possesses- all the qualities for a good wife and mother. " Now, Harry was-a young ' man of fine intellectual powers, which had be...

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

What is the matter with Mr. Johnson ' s eyes V "Why, he has injured his sight by looking through a thick-bottomed tumbler."

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

AN ACT TO RESTRAIN THE SAIE OF INTOXICATING LI QUOAS section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in General Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same. That from and after the first day o f October next it shall be unlawful to keep or maintain any house, room, or place , where vinous , spiiitou3 , malt, or brewed liquors, or any admixtures thereof, are sold and drank , except as herein after provided ; and all laws or parts of laws inconsistent with the provisions of this acl , be and the same are hereby repealed. Section 2. That if any person or persons within this Commonwealth shall keep for sale, and sell , or in connection with any other business or profitable employment give , receiving therefor any price, profit, or advantage, by any measure whatever, and at the same time voluntarily afford a place or any other convenience or inducement by which the same may be used as a beverage, any vi...

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

Frorn Uio Cincinnati Enquirer, April 6. False Representations of the Cause that Led to the Destruction of the Ballotboxes on Monday and Tuesday. An effort is being made by the Know-Nothing organization to shift from itself the great responsibility of the criminal outrages which, on election day and since, have disgraced the city. Telegraphic reports , containing scarcely a single grain of truth, have been sent abroad to manufacture public opinion. But the most audacious falsehoods we have seen anj'where, are contained inthe following resolutions , which we take from the Gazette. The individual who framed them must have had great hardihood : "Resolved , That the American Reform party of the city of Cincinnati has heard with pain and regret of the destruction of the ballot-box and poll-bnok3 of the Eleventh and Twelfth Wards of this city. They disclaim all knowledge and agency in these acts of violence, and condemn them in the most unqualified terms. The frauds which characterized...

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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

THE LATEST FOREIGN NEWS. Since our last issue the steamships Washington and America have arrived with dates to the 31st ult. The Vienna Conference. Difficulties of a serious nature have arisen on the third point of the guarantees. The western Powers , foreseeing trouble , did not propose the demolition of Sebastopol. but modified their demands into a reduction of Russian power in the Black Sea—in recom¬ pense for which , they offer to evacuate the Russian territory. The Russian Plenipotentiaries reply that they are not authorized to accede no any such terms, and must remit the matter to St. Petersburg. Here the Conference stands still. All the plenipotentiaries have sent to their government far instructions, and the Conference will probably be adjourned until final authority shall arrive. Meantime , the fourth point is under discussion. Prince Gortschakoff, on the 26th , moved for the admission of Prussia. The London News says that according to the most recent communications f...

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

SPECS AL NOTICE. r PHOSE indebted to the undersigned for Ad-X vertising and Job Work done during the time he was editor ol the Huntingdon Journal, are hereby notified to pay up immediately, and save costs. The Advertising of course, is subject to tKe division between the undersigned and the present Journal editor, which was, "Alt advertisements published more than half the Hint for which they were to be inserted, (at the time Browster got possession) fall to me—those published less than half the said time, full to Brewster, and those published just half their time arc to be equally divided." S. L. GLASGOW. Shirleysburcr, March 13, 1855. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. T ETTERS of Administration on the estate J_jl of J. McCartney Sankey, late af Honderson 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 chums will present them for settlement. ALEX. PORT, March 27 . 1855. Adm'r. Administra...

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

The War Signs in Europe. It is not discoverable that the death of the Czar Nicholas has produced the slightest change in Europeon politics. It was simply the sudden removal of a great individual. His plans , ideas and polity survive him in the persen of his son ; and , thu3 far , Nicholas is as potent in his grave as he was three months ago , when a vast empire called him lord, and worshipped and obeyed him almost as a demi-god. The intelligence from Europe is one month later than the accession of Alexandeo II.—which period should havo developed some tokens of change of Russian policy, if such changes were about to take place. But nothing of this kind has been matte manifest. The most liberal construction of the most pacific declarations of the new Czar cannot, interpret them as in the least degree reversing a single determination of Nicholas. Character-painters, in search of a sign of peace , may endeavor ' to draw Alexander, with materials manufactured for the occasion , ae an...

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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

TRACT OP .LAND AT PRIVATE SALE. npflE subscribers,Executors of the taut will J_ and testament of John Wakcficld, dee'd., will ofi'er at private sale, allthnt certain tract of LAND, situate in Germany Valley, Huntingdon county, Pal, late the residence of the said John Wakefield dee'd., containing 330 ACRES, more or less, 190 acres cf which arc cleared, and in a good state of cultivation ; the balance is well timbered—sufficient Locust and Chestnut thereon to fence the whole farm, with an abundance of Rock oak, Poplar &c, There is a good water power and a site for a Grist or Saw Mill. There is erected on the premises a good feA two story frame house and bank /P=g& tsss barn—also another farm house I s~g .I^ILi . and log barn—also, two tenant Ji£^ kouses, four apple orchards, two of grafted fruit, beginning to bear, ten never failing springs, so that every field can be supplied with water.— From 40 to 50 acres suitable For meadow. The above property situated in th...

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. SEBASTOPOL NOT TAB&EIS J J. & W. SAXTON, TTTAVE just, received from Philadelphia (he JO. 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 ; — DRSSS GOODS, such as Summer Silks, Challeys, Berages, Lawns, &c, &c , FOR THE LADIES, Callicos, Chimazelts, Uuder-sleeves, Laces and the greatest variety of dress Trimmings in town. BOOTS AND SHOES of every variety, such as fine'Boots, Ladies' Gaitors, Misses' Gaitors and Slipper-*, Ladies' Buskins, and a great variety ol Children's Boo.ts and Shoes. HATS AND CAFS ^ such as white Silk, black Silk. Kossuth Hnts of every variety. Panama and Straw Hats, and a beautiful assortment of Bonnels, English, Straw, Brade, Silk anil Crape Bonnets, Bioumcr Hats and Flats for children. HARDWARE AND QUEENSWARE, of every variety and at lower prices than evir. Cloths, Cassimers and Summer Goods of ...

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, AT THE OX.U STAWD. GEO. GWIN, HAS just received from Philadelphia and ia 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, Cassimers, black and fancy Satinctts. Tweeds, and a large variety of Good. s of all kinds. Ladies' Dress and Fancy Goods, of the latust styles and best quality. A large assortment of Undersleeves, Collars and Spencers, black and figured Silks, a great variety of Prints and Chinees, Lawns, Barze Delains, Delains figured, plain and barred, Edging Lace, Ribbons, fancy and black Gimp, Silk Lace, colored Kid Gloves, Gents' black do.. Linen and Silk Hdkfs,, black Italian Cravats, Hosiery. &c, HATS & CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES, and a fine assortment of STRAW GOODS! A good supply of FRESH GROCERIES HARDWARE. QUEENSWARE. GLASSWARE AND CEDARWARE My stock lias been selected with...

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

If you want to get the worth of youi mone, CALL AT D. P, GWIN'S CHEAF STOJtLE, I have opened the largest and prettiest assort, ment of SPRING and SUMMER GOODS ever brought to this place, consisting of Cloths, Cassimers, Vesting, K. Jeans, Cotton Stripes, Linens, Velvet Cords, Muslins, &.c, &,c, | LADIES DRESS GOODS. Plain and Fancy Silks, plain and figured Challi, Spring Delains, Berege Delains, Plain Berazcof all colors, Debaize, Dress and Domestic Ginghams, a large lot of Lawns, and a great variety of Prints, &c, HOSIERY.—'Hosiery of all kinds. Gloves, kid and silk finish ; Lisle Thread, Mitts, long and short Veils, Collars, Undcrslccvcs, Chimazets . Stamped Collars and Undersleeves, Embroidered Handkerchiefs, Head Dresses, Ladies' Caps, Ribbons, Colored Crapes,, Florrencc Silks, Gents'Fancy Hckfs, plain black Dress Trim, inings, French Working Cotton, Linen Floss, and i\ variety of Goods too numerous to mention. Also, a large assortment of Bonnets, F...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

Tlie Clacap Corner Forever! SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, READY-MADE CLOTHING, 8cC. | ) ENJAMIN JACOBS informs his old cus-I ) tomersnnd the citizens of the borough and county of Huntingdon generally, that lie has just opened an extensive assortment oi'Goods of 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 LADISS DRESS GOODS. in part, Ginghams, Lawns, Printed and Plain Bareges, Prints of al! kinds. Muslins, Gloves, Hosiery, &c, &c, in fact all articles of dress to be found in any other store in town. Also, an extensive assortment of READ'S" MADE CLOTHING-, for man 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 ge...

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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

Vi y-J jSLJl ^Lf' -BL Ja-H—w—L^» *$Jl © A New Assortment Jast Opened! And wISJ; b© soBd 3O per cent. CHEAPER TflxlN THE CHEAPEST H ROM AN respectfully informs his customi ors, and the public generally, that lie lms just, opened at his store room in Market Square. Huntingdon, a splendid new stock of'Rcndymade Clothing For Spring and Summer, consisting of Superfine blaek Dress and Frock Couts, black and fancy Cassinicrc, Cassinet and Corduroy Pantaloons; a lurgo assortment of Vesta, Hats and Caps, neck and pocket Hand, kerchiefs . Shirts, SusjMjnders, Carpet Bags, Trunks, Umbrellas, &c., <fcc, all of which he will sell cheaper than tfie so me quality of Goods can be purchased at retail iu Philadelphia or any other establishment iu the country, Persons wishing to buy Clothing would do well to call and examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere. Huntingdon, April 11,1835.

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

MILL OWNERS TAKE NOTICE. '"pHATthe subscriber has made evtry impor-JL tant improvement in Direct Action Water Wheels, and has several of them in successful sne in Centre and Mifllin counties to drive Grist and Saw Mills, and have given general satisfaction in every instance. They are recomruendable for their simplicity, cheapness and durability. , being made of iron and casting at from ten to fifteen dollars, and for power and speed their economy of water cannot be excelled by any_ other wheel of the kind, and ean be put to saw mills and grist mills without much cost.for timber. <fcc. Being constantly engaged in the mill wright business with a force of hands always at hand I can put in one must any timu. or do'any other work in that line in the most modern improved, style at very reasonable rates. Price for putting in wheels at saw or grist mills. fS75, and board, timber and casting found. All other jobs of mill wrighting done lo order at short notice,—having had eighteen...

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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

WAR AT HARRISBURGh HPHOSE knowing themselves to have unsettled J accounts in the books of the subscriber, are respectfull y requested to call and settee. Money or no mqney call and settle and haye your accounts standing for four years closed, and according to the old saying one stitch in time will save nine. Face those old accounts they rajis$ and shall be settled. R. C. McGILL. Huntnigdon Foundry, Feb. 20,1855. BLANKS! BLANKS!! BLANKS! I A full assortment for sale at the "Globe " Of fice. Deeds , Sommohs'j Ex' s, and Trus. Deeds , Executions , Mortgages , Sdbposnas , Bonds, with and without waiver , Warrants , Leases, Attachments , Committments , Agreements for the sale of Real Estate , Notes relinquishing all benefits of exemp. t:ori laws. '• '¦

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

MILITARY NOTICE. THE Commissioned officers of the 4th Bri. gade, 14th Divisjon P. M. are ordered to meet in full uniform, at Huntingdon on Thursday the 19th day of April 1855, for Drill. ' By order of Brig. Gen. R. C. McGILL. GEO.W. GARRETTSON , Major. Huntingdon, April 3,1855. Books! Books! t f)K AAA VOLUMES of new jsr fgffitmr 4lQ , \JyJ\J and popular 1 "'°ks )j^^ r ' —embracing every variety to be . had in Boston, New 3fork and Philadelphia— • - tho subscriber his just received and offers for sale extremely low. His stock of STATIONt - ARY is of great variety and superior quality, a^ follows : — Foolscap, Letter, Note" and Wrapping Paper. Envelopes of every kind, Gold ! and Sieel Pens also,.Portraonies, Pocket Books ' fen Knives, Pccket Knives, &c. School Books of every kind used iii the country, at wholesae and retail prices. 1 HOC) PIECES WALL PAPER of the 3a-1 \J\J{J test and prettiest styles, just received and for sale"at Philadelphia retail prices. All the ab...

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

Agricultural. In pursuance of adjournment, the Huntingdon County Agricultural Society met in the Court House on Wednesday evening the 11th of April, 1855 , and was called to order by the President. J. S. Barr, Esq., one of the Recording Secretaries of the Society, not being in attendance, on motion Henry Brewster was appointed in his place, pro tern. The minutes of the last meeting were then read, approved and adopted. On motion it was resolved, That R. Hare Powell, Esq., the Treasurer, pro t .ernof this Society, be requested to hand over the books, money, papers &c, now in his possession, into'the hands of the present Treasurer, Hon. James Qwin. On motion-, it- was further resolved, That this Society hold a fair, next fall, at such time and place as the Executive Committee may decide upon. On motion, the following supplement to the Constitution was submitted for the consideration of the. Society, to come in as a new Section, after Sec. 1-1 th, viz ;. "Any persons paying...

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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

Democracy. What Democrat' can read the following and not feel proud that he is one of the Democracy % We copy from the Harrisburg Democratic Union : "The Democratic party is the party of progress. Democracy embodies all that is good, holy, and virtuous. It promotes peace on eaith. and good will among men. It is mild in its code, benevolent in its intention?, and is tenacious of moral, religious aud political rights. It would curb the rough-shod expeditions of the aristocracy over the labor of the country, and restrain the lawless aggressions o f privileged wealth. It respects the right of person, property and conscience : it opened the door for freedom of speech and of the press. It tends to destroy inequality, suffeting- and poverty. It protects and nurtures the general interests of society. It enacts to benefit the many, without conflicting with the C0JMii ut '<iSai rights or privileges of the minonryr The will of the many is the arch on which State sovereignty rests. I...

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Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

The Massachusetts Know-Nothing Leg-¦ islature. Some days since the Legislature of Massachusetts appointed a committee to visit and investigate the Catholic schools and convents of that state, for the purpose of enlightening the public upon the internal arrangments of these institutions. The following sketch of the committee is by one of their own organs, the New York Herald : Burglarious Proceedings of the Massachusetts Legislature.—The whole evidence has been published and it now stands confessed to the world that a committee of the legislature of Massachusetts have viola ted the highest laws of the land by forcing their way into a private seminary at Roxbury, and trampled under foot the rules of decency by insulting the harmless, defenceless females whom they found there. The Legislature had no right to appoint a committee to enter any private dwelling house, whether used as a school or for any other purpose.—• Such an act was beyond their powers ; and if the owner of the semi...

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Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

Is Poverty a Crime. The Know Nothing organs, generally, appear to be almost horror-stricken at the idea of foreign paupers coming to our shores ; and those poor unfortunate creatures invariably come in for a full share of abuse. Now, why is this ? Does the fault lie with the paupers'? Certainly not. The government that ships them, alone, 'is responsible. We are of opinion that the simple fact of being held up to' the gaze of the world as a pauper is heartrending enough, withont being kicked and cuffed for it in the bargain. If Know-Nothing sajnts—particularly those who profess so much reverence for the Bible—think this brutal treatment right and proper, and in accordance with the word of God thennnd in that instance, we shall be forced to cry aloud, "Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do. " It Christian ministers, who sanction and uphold the dark lanterr gentry, can stand upon the alter of the Most High God and proclaim to the world that thia is Bible piety, then ...

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