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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855

O^ following a list officers elected on Monday evening, last, at the general election of the Independent Order of Good Templars, of Juniata Lodge : W. C. T.—Jonathan Duff. Esq. W. V. T.—Mrs. E. H. Stitt. W. S.—Mr. J. Simpson Africa. W. T.—Miss Henrietta A. Gwin. W. T. G.—Miss Emma Dorland. W. O. G.—Mr. Wm. Colon. \C The Paris correspondent of the London Times says: "It is rumored that we are to have another levy of 100,000 men in France, and that from 60, 000 to 80,000 troops will be placed at the disposal of Austria, should war be the issue of the Conferences of Vienna. " HIT" By the late foreign arrival we learn that John Orr, the street preacher, (known in Scotland and America as the "Angel Gabriel,") was sentenced by the police court of Greenock to sixty days' imprisonment for inciting to riot the fanatics pf that place. Foreigk NEWs.-r-There has been, no. aj: rival giving later news from the Crimea than we gave last week. .

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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855

SALE OF TOWN LOTS. THE undersigned will offer at public sale on Thursday the 31sf day of May next , 100 LOTS OF GROUND, jn the Village of COFfEE RUN in Hopeivell township, Huntingdon c,ounty. This Village will be directly on the fjqntingdon and Broad Top Railroad, north of the Bridge over Coffee Run, and the lots offerpd for sale will lie on both sides of the Railroad, where the public road from Entrikens tp the \Voodpock Valley road by John Beavergcrosses tho Railroad at grade. All the trade and .travel leading to the Broad Top Railroad from {he rich valleys of Trough Creek and fjank Cu.bin, through Satman's gap, will arrive at the Rajlroad at this point; and on the other side, the trade and trav. cl from Morrison's Cove, by the public road from Martinsburgh to Plummers, will reach the Railroad at Ibis same point. A limestone quarry of excellent building stone and a good saw mill are within half a mile of the place, and plenty of, timber in the neighborhood. A plan of the tow...

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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855

BROAD-TOP DEPOT. I,AST ABEifAl- O5P SPRING & SUMMER GOODS. CUNNINGHAM & DUNN, H AVE just returned from Philadelphia, and are now opening at the old stand of Josiah Cunningham &. Son at the head of the Broad Top basin, a splendid assortment of new Goods, consisting of DRY-GOODS GROCERIES, ' HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, CEDARWARE, HATS, BOOTS $ SHOES, Also—BACON, SALT, FISH §• PLASTER And in short everything that is usually kept in a country store. The public are respectfully invited to call anfl examine our stock, as we are determined not to he undersold by any house in town. All kinds of country produce teken 111 ex change for goods at the highest market prices Prompt attention paid to storing and forward ing all kinds of merchandise, produce &c. Huntingdon, April 25, 1855.

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855

** -{£?* The people of Harrisburg are complaining of the high prices of all kinds of produce.. The Item 6ayB that "potatoes are JBelling at Sl,75a$2,0j8 a bushel, and half gotten at that. Butter 374 a 40 cents; eggs bring 15 cents. A specimen cabbage, about the size of your fist, coots 12 cents; a pie.ee 'of horse radish the size of your thumb costs a fip. Shad, half rotten, or cut to pieces in the ice they are packed, 31 cents each. Six or ifeven little catfish, each about the size of a segar 12£ cents, and so on to the end of the 46tal ogue. } ' \ \C2~ Solomon Snyder and James Jackson, ¦convicted in the Court of Dauphin county, of s&empting to kidnap a colored boy in Harr»burg, were last week sentenced each to pay a fine of $1000 and to undergo an imprijjonment of six years at hard labor. fO"*No news ,of importance by this mornjjijp's mail,

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855

Conferee Meeting. The Democratic Senatorial -Conferees of this Senatorial District, will meet at Hollidaysburg on Saturday the l.'2'th day of May, inst. Col. T. P. Campbell, Dr. A-. B. Eee and F. Connor, are the Conferees to represent the Democracy of thia county. [C7* The " Huntingdon Mill" with three or four acres of ground, has again changed owners. Messrs. Fisher & M'Murtrieare the purchasers, for the handsome sum of §14,500. Speculators and business men have their eyes open. Huntingdon property ia going ap. The- ' Crapg. We receive the most gratifying intelligence from every part of our county in regard to the favorable appearance of the grain crop and vegetation in general. The effects of a severe winter are rapidly disappearing, and every countenance gives evidence of a prosperous and happy future..

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Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855

PHILADELPHIA MARKETS lyioisQAY, April 30, P. M.—BreafJstuffs of all flesdrjplions are dull, and prices rather fayor buyers. There is no inquiry for Flour for export and the only gale^ making a re small lots forhi.rne consumption at 810,75 a. 11 for common and good brands, and §11, 12J a 11,25 pet barrel for extra. Rye Flpuria held at §7,25, and Cora Meai at 4,75 per parrel, but no gajes of either have transpired. Grain—Wheat is dull, and there is mqre pffering. We quote red atS2,65 a 2,70 and white at $2,70 a 2,76 per bushel, but no sales have come under.-our notice. 5000 bushels prime Canadian wbi£e.to. arrive in all next nionfh, was offered at §2,70, without finding buyers.— Rye is also -dull—300 bushels Pennsylvania B0I4 § 1, 4§ afloat. Corn is jn fair demand, but a depiine of 1 cent per bashel from the rafes cujrrppt op Salurdaj'—Sales of 7 a 8000 bushpls Southerp yellow at §1,08 afloat, 1000 bushels Pennsylvania.in store at $1,06, and 1000 bushels at prices to b.e. fixe...

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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855

Religious Intolerance.—The New York Journal of Commerce aptly says: "Persecution for opinion' s sake; especially in religious matters, has always helped to propagate the tenets which it was designed jto suppress. In some parls of the country 'know-nothing' has become little else than a partisan array agains.t Romanism—proscript jve and intolerant. Ap a. ejongequenjce, we see sympathy springing up jn behalf of the class thus injured in the very quarter where it would have been least expected.— This is 6hown by recent occurrences in Massachusetts. Potatoes.—Fou^ thousand bushels of potatoes were brought to Boston on Wednesday, in two vessels from Nova Scotia. It is slated that a Jargenumber of vessels, laden with potatoes, are on their waj to Boston from Nova Scotia, where ijier. e is a large surpj . ua stock. The receipt of so many thousand bushels of potatoes must bring the prices down. ' • • • e

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855

Gpt His Eyes Opened "Some months ago we were induced—partly by philanthropic and partly, perhaps, by curious motives—to attach ourself tp a so ' called know-nothing council. ¦ The ostensible principles of the older were such as we conld sympathize with most heartily; and it did not even occur to us that these ostensible principles were to be classed among the a goodly outsides" that "falsehood hath." We were not long in learning, however, that " confusion lo Popery" was only a bait to catch the unsuspecting; and that the council of which we had a part was nothing more nor less than a political hot-bed, from which were produced all sorts of schemes and machinations, conducing to theadvancement of individuals and cliques, instead of enhancing the general good. We, thsrefore, withdraw." The above is the confession of the editor of the Buffalo Express, (Whig.)

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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855

Can I Get Out?. Yes, sir, you can ! Write the following : "To the President, Office? s- and- Members of Council No. —• "I heieby withdraw from said Council and from the Order* which, said Council, represents."' Date it > sign it, and send it to- one of the officers, and, keep-*away, and you are q, free man again. It is of no ponsequenpe what ac¬ tion the Coanc4 may take w your page.— Haying dpne as prescribed, jou are absolved from all obligation to the Order. There need be no fear of the oath. Ji is illegal and expressly forbidden by the statute of the State, and the man who administered it \s a. candidate for the State prison. Such an oath has no binding legal, or moral force, and the man who repudiates it, in no sense compromises himself as a gentleman or man of honor.—Harrtsburg Union.

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855

Our Legislature. Our Legislature has been in session for more than three months—and what has it done 1 ?—What, but pass bank charters, and acts taking the revenue from the Commonwealth and bestowing it upon mammoth monopolies, upon greedy corporations? And shall they go on, unrebuked, in their wholesale recklessness? The press, we trust, has still some power, and it should speak out boldly and unhesitatingly. coming a by-word and a reproach. Let a stranger go upon Capitol Hill, expecting to see the assembled wisdom of the State, gravely deliberating upon what concerns the welfare of their constituents, and what will be his surprise to find some of those savans industriously engaged in the intellectual operation pi throwing paper balls at each other and tickling the ears of the drowsy with feathers.—Harrisburg Patriot.

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Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855

MARRIED, ' On the 27lh inst., by A. S. Harrison, Esq., Mr. Benjamin'.Davis to Miss Mary A. Oswalt, all of the borough of Huntingdon. PUBLIC NOTICE. rpHE undersigned, a Committee nppointed by J the proper authorities to contract for the erection of a new Methodist Episcopal house of worship, in the borough of Iluntjngdop, Huntingdpn county, fa., give notice to all whom it may concern that they will receive proposals for contract up to 19th May inst. The' plan and specifications may be spen by calling at the store of Long &. Decker pne week previous to the day of letting. A general outline enn be obtained at the above named place at any time. N. S. BUCKINGHAM,} OWEN BOAT, V Committee. N. C. BECKER, ^ JUay 2,1855.

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855

CZ/ *" We have been credibly informed that the Quack-Doctor of the Patent Medicine and Know-Nothing Journal will ret ire from the editorial chair of that paper with the issue of this week, and that Samuel G. Whiltaker, known as "the Angel Gabriel, Jr..!I late editor of the Standing-Stone Banner, deceased, will take his place. The Doctor we suppose, now that he will be at leisure, will engage extensively in the srile of Medical Students, act as general agent for the Baltimore Lock Hospital, and inquire generally into the cause of the sleekness of many of our citizens.

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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855

STATIONARY DAGUERREIAN GALLERY. E P. PRETTYMAN takes this method to f inform the citizens of .Huntingdon and all others, that he has permanently located in Huntingdon, where he will be pleased to attend to all that call or him for good and neyer fading pictures. Gallery, at Railroad House ? where he can be 'found at all hours between S A. M. and 5 P. M.. Pictures warranted correct or no charge. Mr. Prcttyinan guarantees to give full satisfaction to all that patronize him; all shall be pleased with his pictures or no charge. .Huntingdon, May 1,1855.

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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855

See New Advertisements. {£/" Proposals will be received for the erection of a new Methodist Church in Han-* tingdon. - DCT* Stationary Daguerreian Gallery, Hantingdon, Pa. 0^7 = Estate notice of Joseph and Elizabeth Norris, dee'd, (£7* Valuable Farm, Chopping and Saw Mill property, in Kishacoquillas " Valley, for Sale. Q3?** Estate notice of J5?ekiel Cotbinjdec'd. EC?"-Cunningham & Dun again.

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855

[£?* We learn from the Shirleysburg Herald that during t,he storm on Tuesday of last week the house of Allen Bucklj 1 on the road from Shirleysburg to Mt. Union, was moved off its foundation' and his stable blown down —and that the stone barn of Wm. Shaver, at Mt. Union, was-partly levelled 1o the ground, tilling several of his cattle. The new bridge across the Juniata below the mouth of the Aughwick creek, consisting of three spans, was entirely prostrated from end to end into the river below, causing a loss of from 50C0 to 6000 dollars.

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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855

All Right in Michigan. ' An extract of a letter from Michigan, dated 17th ult. says: "Our township elections tfrrpugh the State are just over, and they indicate a far belter slate of things than we could anticipate.— They exhibit the most decisive tijumphon the part of the democracy. The Staje is reduced, regenerated, disenthralled. We knew that the unnatural union and the dangerous anti-republican doctrines !o which our temporary defeat was owing could not last long, and that the sober second thought would come. It has come,, and Michigan stands erect.

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855

tC/" It is just as- every true American might expect—the old line Whigs finding that they have no longer an organ in the Huntingdon Journal, and rafher than have that paper—no%v advocating all the intolerant anti-republican principles of the order of Know-Nothings—longer in their families to poison the minds of their children, are almost daily having thejr names entered as advance paying subscribers to the Globe.— We have rpom for a few mpre of (he same sort.

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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855

LIME! LIME! LIME!! HHHE subscriber informs the public generally _j_ that he has now. on hand and for sale, at bis kiln at Petersburg, superior burned Lime for building, plastering, <S£c., &-c, which he will sell by the bushel or larger quantity. A good supply will always bekept on hand. B. ATHERTON. Petersburg, April 17, 1955

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Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855

ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. T ETTERS of administration having been Ji this day granted to the undersigned, by the Register &c, of Huntingdon county on the estate of Ezekiel Corbin, late of Union township, dee'd. All persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified to present the same, and those indebted will make payment to M. F. CAMPBELL, Union tp., May 1, 1855. Adm'r.

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855

THE CSI/OBE H U . NXI NGDON , P A " Wednesday, May 2, 1855. Circulation—the largest in the County

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