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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

UH?" Our young friend David S. Africa, has commenced running a market car between this place and Baltimore. Wednesday of each week we believe is to be his regular day for arrival, and our citizens may expect ta be .furnished with the best the Baltimore markets can afford. He will always have for sale, fresh oysters, fresh fish , &c. ? &c. Give him a call. A Secret Out. We had hoped that not until the las ' , day of our. existence in this Shanghai world, would the secret of our extraordinary good health and sleekness, be made- known to the people and "the rest of mankind," But the meddlesome Quack Doctor of the Patent Medicine Journal, by -some means,—certainly foul,'as we have no recollection that we ever permitted him to examine our person,—has discovered the secret and with malicious intent, has blabed it to the numerous readers of the Journal. As the exposure has made us feel very miserable, and as misery loves compan)', we ask it as a particular favor that ...

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

Circulation—the largest in the County. See New Advertisements. . O" One Hundred Town Lots in the village of Coffee Run will be sold on the 31st of May next. 0C7" Mountain Academy,Birmingham, Pa. QC?" Lime! Lime!! Lime!!! at Petersburg. OCT" One thousand Book Agents wanted. Admitted—On Monday last, on motion of David Blair. Esq., Mr. Jonathan DtnrF was admitted to practice in the several Courts of Huntingdon county." Mr. Duff, a native of this county, is a very estimable young man and we doubt not will fully maintain the dignity- of the profession. Pennsylvania Legislature. On Monday last, in the House, Mr. Sallade iead in place a bill to repeal the act to restrain the Bale of intoxicating liquors. Mr. Hiester read-in place a supplement to the act to restrain the sale of intoxicating liquors, and which proposes to restrict grocers' licenses to their selling yearly merchandise to the value of $15,00» The bill for the sale of the public improvements is still before the House.

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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

1000 Book Agents Wanted, A GENTS wanted in every County of the x\_ United States, to sell one of the most saleable books ever published, entitled, "THRU,. LING ADVENTURES AMONG THE IN. DIANS,"' comprising ihc most remarkable personal narratives of events in the early Indian Wars, as well as of incidents in the recent Indian hostilities in Mexico and Texas. By John Frost, L. L. D., author of " Pictorial History of the United States," "Pictorial History of tho World," &.c, &.C. Illustrated with numerous engravings, from designs by W. Crome,-and other distinguished artists. This book contains ever 500 octavo pages, , bound in embossed morocco, full gilt baek s .arid, is sold at Hie low price of$l,75 per copy.-Over 30,000 copies have been sold -within-a short time, and the sale is still increasing. We pay the largest commission to agents-, who can be supplied with a specimen copy, sen( by mail, post paid, on sending us the pricc,.$l ,7-5 with full particulars of'dhc ...

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Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

SALE OF TOWN LOTS, TOE undersigned will offer at public sale on Thursday the 31st day of May next , 1OO LOTS OP GROUND, in the Village * of COFFEE RVN in Hopeirell township, Huntingdon county. This Village will be direclh' on the Huntingdon and Broad Top Railroad, north of the Bridge over Coffee Run, nnd llio lots offered for sale will lie on both sides of the Railroad, whero the public road from Entrikens to the Woodcock Valley road by John Ceavcrs, crosses the Railroad at grade. All the trade and tr.-ivcl leading to the Broad Top Railroad from the rich valleys of Trough Creek and Plank Cabin,, through Salman's gap, will arrive at the Railroad at this point; and on the other side, the trade and travel from Morrison's Cove, by the public road from Martinsburgh to Plummets, will' reach the Railroad nt this same point- A limestone quarry of excellent building stone nnd a good saw mill are within half u-mile of the place, and plonty of limber in the neighborhood. A plan of the to...

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Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

PHILADELPHIA MARKETS.-. Monday, April 16, P.M.—Cloversecd is in good demand, and 200 bushels sold sit S'6,25 a 6,50 per 64 lbs. In Timothy and Flasseed nothing doing.-The Flour market is quiet, but the receipts and stocks continue small, and holders have again put up their prices 25 cents per barrel.— Shipping brands are held nt §1075 a 11 per barrel, but their is no export demand, and the only sales reported at' these figures are small lots for home consumption and extra at $11,25 a 11,50. A sale of 100 barrels extra famil y was made at the lowest quotation, liyc Flour is held firmly at $7. Sales ot Corn Meal at S4,56i a 4,62-5 per barrel. Grain—There is a good demand for Wheat, and prices have again advanced. iSales of 2 a 4000 bushel3 prime Fcnnsj'lvania white at SS2,70 a 2,75 per bushel, afloat; we quote red at S2,60 a 2,65, with sales of 1000 bushels at the for. mcr rate. Rye is scarce and wanted—sales oi 4000 bushels Pennsylvania at$l-,49. Corn is in active demand and pric...

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Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

For the JPeople I SOMETHING NEW \H HUNTINGDON. Mineral Water & Sarsaparilla Juniata Bottling Establishment * BiBJSTTffWGOOJSr, PA. T7REDERICKLIST respectfully iaforms the Jj citizens of Huntingdon and adjoining counties, that he has commenced the'business of bottling MINERAL WATER and SARSAPARILL.A, nnd is propared to-supply all who may wish to deal in the articles, af reasonable wholesale prices. Ilia establishment is on Railroad street, one door cast of Jackson's J^otcl, where orders will be thankfully received and promptly attended to. Orders by mail syill receive liis early attcution. Huntingdon April 11, 1855.

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Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

NOTICE TO BUILDERS. T)ROPOSALS will be received up to the 20th _T of April next, for building a BRICK •JHURCH. near ReeJsville, MiSin connty", Pa A plan and specifications will bo shown by calling upon the builiiing Cornmittf e for the East Kishacoquillas Chuich. WILLIAM BARK, . « , | JOHN McDOWEL, Jr. ^ 3 . | SAMUEL KYLE, -* ? \pril3, 1855.—td. FLOUR. ANO WHEAT. ^fpSl FLOUR ynd WHEAT on hand and BH^r alfor sale at the store of gipS mh 6] D. P. GWIN. £« JOHN PRISCH, g=o Mk WATCH MAKER, Mk Can be found at E; SNARE'S Jewelry Store All work warranted. nib 13, '55.

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Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

Hear the "Father of his Country. " •/,' l The bosom of America is open to receive, not only the opulent and respectable stranger, bat the oppressed and persecuted of all nations and of all religions, which we shall welcome to a. participation in all rights and privileges.' 1 — Washington. "The citizens of tho United States of America have aright to applaud themselves for having given to mankind 'examples of an enlarged and liberal policy—a policy worthy of im¬ itation. AH possess alike liberty of conscience and immunities of citizenship. It is now no tHore that toleration is spoken of as if it were by the indulgence of ona class of people thai dnoth. er enjoyed the exercise of their inhcrant natural tights; for hnppily the government of the Unitod States, ychich gives to bigotry no sanction, to persecution no assistance , requires only that they who live under its protection, should demean themselves at good citizens, in giving it oh all occasions their effectual support."— Wash...

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

r; £C7* The last smut machine says we havt "endeavored to cast opprobrium upon a genlleman in this borough, in no way connected "with the public press, and who is thus debarred the privilege of answering his (our] insinuations. '' This assertion is known to be false by every individual who has perused the columns of that sheet. Wo insinuated lhat the late editor of the "Standing-Stone Banner ," a fanatical Know-Nothing, and a believer in ghosts and hobgoblins, was the writer of the abusive leaders in the Journal j^and we now assert without the fear of successful contradiction, that this same imlividttal is the author of those articles—and further, that he has led Brewster by the nose into all the difficulties he now finds himself.

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Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

MOUNTAIN ACADEMY " , ""nrUMINGIIAM, f/untingdon county, Pa—i3 This Institution has been prospered thus far rather through tlie choice of those who have actually acquainted themselves with the ndvan-Ugf.s of the location and the School itself, than any undue exertion to have it favorably known". The sons-of Ministers, and young men who have been engaged in teaching and nre desirous of fining themselves more thoroughly for that profession, nre admitted free of tuition. Pages' Thesry and Practice of Teaching used as a text book ; also Pclton's Outline Map for the illustration of Geography. Tku-sis—Boarding, Tuition ai*d furnished room per session SSS and SCO, payable quarterly in advance. ' Lessons on Piano and Melodeon extra. ET The Summer Term opens Wednesday, April 25th hist. TI1OS. WARD, Principal, April 18. TI1OS. SCOTT, Assistant.

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Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

The Mule and his Drivers. The mule and his drivers are certainly already experiencing the last agonies of death. We have devoted but very little attention to them, yet it is evident from the appearance of their last snntt machine lhat they have felt the lash, most ¦ effectively applied, il not by us, by those who have heretofore given that sheet their support and a place in their family. Two long-columns of that paper are devoted to our individual self, and yet the addle-heads complain lhat we have not kept them awake. It is a rule with us to do well whatever we undertake, and in our own time we shall satisfy them lhat we have "put them through/'

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

tC?" There are . three papers in New York which are particularly down on the "d d furriuers " of all kinds—the Albany Stale Register, Rochester American, and Buffalo Commercial Advertiser , and yet strange to say, the leading men of these papers are of foreign extraction. Lacy one of the proprietors of the Register, was born in England. Mann, of the Rochester American, was born in Scotland, and until he wa9 14 years of age, peddled itch ointment around Edinburg.— Parmelee of the Buffalo Commercial—tho man of the " twenty-five dollar character," was an English 6oldier, and left the army one day under the escort of one drummer and two rope-ends. These are the men who are now " rallying round the constitution,"and who insist that foreign influence will yet undermine the liberties of the nation. Queer people those Hindoos. So says the Knickerbocker , and' so say we. The Huntingdon anS Broad Top Rail Road. The following letter addressed to Messrs. M'Canles and Moore, Phila , by Mes...

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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

' d?" Lafayette, a foreigner, chartered a vessel at, his own expense, came- to this pountry, repaired to Philadelphia where the Continental Congress was in session, and asked permission to-aidin fighting American battles, without compensation. His aeryicea were accepted—he fought gallantly to the end of the revolutionary war, and then returnedafcme to France without asking for office or reward. And yet the Journal says that "foreigners can never become fully Americanized, -"' and that they should never be -permittuJ to enter our army for the purpose of defending their adopted country. "

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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

GRAPE VINES FOR SALE* MESSRS. TAYLOR &. CREMER, wiU dispose of some of their genuineCATAWBA and ISABELLA vine ' s at the usual Nursery prices. The vines are vigorous, have good roots, and will bua.r in one or two years.. Being the hardiett and most productive native varieties, they will require no other attention than planting aad pruning. One or two dollars worth of vines will supply any ordinary family with the most agreeable and healthy fruit, which j with a little care, can be kept from Septcmbci till March. Huntingdon, April 11, 1855.

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Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

rPlIE subscriber informs the public g-cnerally, X '-hat ho baa now on hand and for snle, at his kiln at Petersburg, superior burned Lime for building, plastering, &c, &c., which he will sell by the bushel or larger quantity. A good supply will ahvay-s bcliepf ou iiand. , . B. ATJfERTON. Petersburg, April 1 ' 7, 1-955

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Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

DIED On the 7th of April at Pennsylvania Furnace, SaiyaiiAnn Bodley eldest daughter of Thomas and Mary Ann Bodley, in the fifteenth year of her age—in certain hope of a g2orious redemption and a blissful in) mortality. Thanks bo unto God who jjivetli us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ. B.

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

TME GLOBE

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

HUNTING DON, PA "Wednesday April 18, 1855

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Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

SALAMANDER SAFES , ^- .-j^—, EVANS & WATSON ilili5H No - 26 Soulh Fowfo street III llilH! Philadelphia, 3j 3*i*^- fffil ' GREFIRE. CHEvSTi iSfl IIII INUT & FIFTH Stre <>tB > MTSmlllti S^ F rid ij morning, December tgg g^B^S gMSm 5(h' - l854. Evans & Watson's toalamander SAFES triumphant, as they always are when put to the test. Philadelphia ,Dec. 15, 1854. Messrs. Etaks & Watson, No. 29 South FOURTH St, Philadelphia. Gentlemen;—We take much pleasure in recommending your Saiamander Safes to merchants and others in want of a secure meuns 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 condition as they were when put into it, before tbe great fire ofthis morning, which 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...

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Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 18 April 1855

Front Street Wire Manufactory. TTTATSON & COX, Sieve, ' Riddle, Screen VV 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 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 Covers, Coal and Sand Screens, &c. Fancy Wire Work of every description. [Feb. 20, 3m LEATHER. FRITZ, HEN DRY & CO., No. 29 North Third St., Philadelphia. MO ROCCO Manufacturers, Courriers and Importers of FRENCH CALF-SKINS, and dealers in Red and Oak SOLE LEATHER and K1PP. [Feb 20,1855—ly WALL PAPERS, BURT O ' N & liAIHI©, MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS, No. 124 ARCH Street, second door above Sixth, PHILADELPHIA, WHOLESALE §• RET...

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