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Id=148 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855
CARRIAGE AND WAGON MANUFACTORY. OW EN BOAT, thankful for. past fuvors, re specially informs the public in generul that he has removed to his new shop on Washington street,-oh the property lately sind for many years occupied by Alex. Cartn . onj where he is prepared to manufacture all kinds of Carriages, Buggies, Rockaways, Wagons and in short every kind of vehicle desired.— Rockaways and Buggies of a superior manufacture and finish always on hand and for isiilc at fairprices. . . t .- ,. . . . Repairing of all kinds done .it the shortest notice and on the most reasonable terrns. " Ilunti ngdon, Prlay 16, 1854. ' ; ¦ ' ¦
Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855
REMOVAL. LIGHT! LIGHT!! LIGHT!!! M. B. DYO-TT &,2Ei;2TT HAVE-removcd totheir New Store arid Fac. tory, No. 74 South Second Street Philadelphia, (Fivc g doors below their old stand;) having increased? facilities, we offer to Merchants and others, GAS .FIXTURES and LAMPS oi every description, and at the lowest Manufacturer's.prices, and unsurpassed in quality or appearancc 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'FIuid, Hall and Patent Spring Hand Lanthorns; Globes, Glasses, Wicks, Pine Oil and Fluid wholesale and retail. Merchants and others will find it to their advantage to call and examine our stock and prices. . . . • , • . .02r* Particular attention given to fitting up Churches and other public buildings. , . . October 3rd, 1854. " ...
Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855
SPRING GOODS, 1855. . JD. GREENE has now in his store a large , and choice Stock of Spring Dress Goods, to which he particularly asks tho at. tention of tho ladies of Huntingdon—Beautiful Spring Silks, from 62£c to §2,50. Barege and Grcnudine Robes. French Lawns and Jaconets. Plain Cambricks and.Percals. British and French Prints. Barege de Laines, Summmer Mouselins, &c. BischofPs Super Black Silks, unequaled in - color.and quality. :•>-,-. Shawls and Mantillas in great variety, and at the lowest prices. : J. W. .Greene has but ONE PRICE, and thatthe LOWEST FOR CASH. Corner of NINTH a.nd ARCH Streets, March 3,'55. . PHILADELPHIA.
Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855
J. HIGG-ENS & SON, MOST respectfully malic known to tbejr friends and the publicgencrally that they arc carrying on the Cabinet making business in all its various branches, in-Huntingdon, where they have constantly on hand, and make to or. der, all kinds of furniture, such as Bureaus. Tables, Wash and Sewing Stands, Cupboards^ Book Cases, - Wardrobes, Cottage, French and HighPostBedsteads, Spring Seat Sofas and ! Sfi||||i§||§|ft> Sofa Rocking Chairs, Winsor £=jg5!g g^ ig|4 Chairs and Settees, and every other article of furniture which may be called fbr—all of which are made of tlio very best material and in the most fashionable style, and will be sold at low rates. The public are respectfully invited to call and examine their furniture before purchasing else, where. ' , ¦ Wareroornon Hillstrect, South side, five doors East of J. G. P£iles' dwelling. Huntingdon, Jan. 23, 1855. '
Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855
CASSFILLE SEMINARY: MALE AND 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 fifty students. From present prospects this much room will be necessary. We have determined to connect with our Institution a Normal department, and will give special attention to, and deliver lectures upon, the science and art of teaching. We have now a full and competent board of Instruction consisting of four gentlemen and three ladies prepared to impart instruction in all tho Literary, Scientific and Ornamental branches usually taught in the best Seminaries. Farther information can be had by addressing the Principal. J. T. TQMLIN. Cassville, Huntingdon co., Pa., Mch. 6, '55.
Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855
SEW STOCK OF »R¥-GOODS, FOR THE SPRING OF 1855. T?»YRE.& LANDELL, S. W. corner of Forth F l and Arch Sts., Philadelphia, a re fully prepared to suit buyers, wholesale and retail, with goods adapted to their wants at the lowest riett cash prices. BLACK SILKS, BRITISH PRINTS, FANCY do. FLAW GINGHAMS, NEW DRESS GOODS, GOOD LINENS, NEW Spring Shawls, TABLE LINENS, Novelties in Lawns, SHEETINGS, Sfc, fyc. N. B., Bargains daily received from the A uc-Lions of New York nnd Philadelphia. P. S.— Oil Boiled Black Silks warranted not to cut in wearing. Store keepers supplied with those goods regularly. Feb. 281855—3m. '
Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855
BALTIMORE CARD. CARB, GIESE & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, FOR TIIE SALE OF FX.O17R, GRAIN* AIHD Z.UB£B£R SPEARS' WHARF, BALTIMORE. O* Agents for Newark and Rosendale Co Cement and Plaster. Fine ami G. A. Salt, constantly on hand. JX.li. —Liberal CASH advances made on consignments on receipt. Baltimore, Jan. 31,1855.
Id=142 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855
$200 REWARD , 'HHE piAblic generally, and the rascals whe X sometime since entered iny Store and removed-valuables to the amount of about SllOC without-iny permission, are informed that I have juSt'opened a more general and bettor as. sortment of articles in my line of business than was ever brought to Huntingdon, Con -^^S^. gap sisting of Watches, Jewelry, ^jpilf^ Ejbo Clocks, Fine Knives, , | £-fi Ssis.^ Perfumery, Port Monnaies,Sil. ,iJ|sj|l vor Ware and Fancy Articles, &c., &.c. My old friends and customers, and the public in general throughout tho county are requested to call and examine my assortment. EDM. SNARE. Huntingdon, March 22,1854.
Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855
PHILADELPHIA ADVERTISEMENTS BLINDS AND SHADES! Seising off 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 fbr 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. BufFHolland Shades, trimmings, Fixtures, &c, wholesale and retail. Store Shades painted and lettered to order. Repairing in general attended to. Purchasers please call. 03* We study to please, rn April 3,1855. . , • . -.
Id=144 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855
'I- Come and Be Clothea, A\ Roman's Store opposite Couts 1 Hotel. - Frock Coats, ; • : ' ' Dress Coats, ' - ¦ ' •'• Sack Coats, Business'Coats, " Pants and Vests, . , ¦ Shirts and Drawers, ' . . ' Handkerchiefs and Cravats, Collars,Gloves,'Suspenders; Hats and Caps, &c.,&c. All of tho best materials and most fashionable stylo and finish— CHEAPER ritANKLSEWHEttE. O* Call and examine for yourselves. pOD Fish, MacheraJ, Herring &,c, just receT \J ved and for sale by J. &, W. SAXTON.
Id=121 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855
AGENTS WANTED, To Sell the Best Work of T. S. Arthur, "TEN NIGHTS IN A BAR-ROOM, AND WHAT I SAW THERE." rpiIIS is a large 12mo., of 240 pages, illustra-J. ted with a beautiful Mezzotint Engraving, by Sa.-tain, bound in the best mannor'; full gilt back. Specimen copies sent to any part of the United States, on receipt of the price, 75 cts. Some agents now selling this book, arc making S50 per month. Apply to J. W. BRADLEY, Publisher, 48 North Fourth Street, •Will 1.1855. Philadelphia.
Id=115 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855
IMPROVED LARD LAMP. rnHE undersigned having purchased the full JL and exclusive right and privilege of constructing, using, and vending to others, the righi to make and use, in the county of Huntingdon, STONESIFER & SMITH'S improvement in the adjustable packing for a lamp for burning lard. Lamps for sale by the dozen or single, also township rights for sale at reasonable prices. All orders promptly attended to by addressing the subscriber, Orbisonia, Huntingdon county, Pennsylvania. GEO. W. CORNELIUS. Sipcsvilk, Nov. 21,1854.-Gm.
Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855
£IUiyTI& T GO©IV MABBtE YAKB, ' jIL 1" ??.?- un d° rsigned respectfully informs | ~ | ] His friends and the publicgencrally, ilsl^ in Huntingdon and adjoining counties that he. has established himself in Huntingdon, having just received from Philadelphia a selected stoek of choice marble grave stones of everj description, which ho will furnish -at very re. duced prices.., All ordersthrough mailaddrcsscdto the undersigned will be attended to with promptness.'- -• • . ¦ . Shop 3 doors West of A. Wilson's Attorney Office.. , WM. WILLIAMS. May 17, 1853.. .
Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 2 May 1855
PLASTER AND CLOVERSEED. (~\ ROUND Plaster now ready and for sale.— iT Also cloversced. KESSLER & BRO.. Grocery and Confectionary Store, Z.O3XTG &3ECEEB, D ESPECTFULLYinforfns thcirfriendsand J_t/the public in general, that they stillcontin. ue the Grocery and Confectionary business, un. dor the Sons of Temperance Hall, on Mail) street, Huntingdon, where they have now on hand a full and general assortment of Groceries and Confectionaries, which Ihcy willsell wholesale and retail. They have also on hand Buckets, Salt, Carpet Bags, Fancy Articles, &c.,&c, &c.,all of which they will sell cheap. Country produce taken in exchange for Goods—the cash paid when we have no Goods to suit customers. As wo arc determined to accommodate al who may call at our store, we invite an cxami nation and trial of ourslock. LONG & DECKER. Huntingdon, Apl. 19,1854. , ' .
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855
THE BATTLE OP LIFE ; Or, Physical and Mental Efforts and Struggles. A celebrated writer contends that "serenity of rnind , together with mental discipline and self-correction , are absolutely essential for length of days." This is no doubt true in the general sense. The battle or life is constantly going on. Sometimes it is a physical struggle , and all the energies are tasked , with the object of securing the means of livelihood and independence. At olhere it is a mental , and absorbed by one idea , we become so excited thereby, and devoted thereto , that the strength of the intellect is weakened , and its springs are snapped and broken to pieces. The wrestles and conflicts which constantly take place in "the working day world, "' not only in the walks of labor but in the marts of commerce , task the faculties to the utmost. Not a day goes by, perhaps, that someone , exhausted and broken down, is not summoned to his final acnniint. He fights on manfully, until at-last natureg...
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855
HYDROPHOBIA. It is no pleasure to a dog to go mad.— Quite the reverse. Dreadful as hydrophobia may be to human being, rabies is worse to the dog. It makes its approach more gradually. It lasts longer, and it is more intense while it endures. The dog that is going mad feels unwell for a long time prior to the full developmeut of the disease. He is very ill but he does not know what ails him. He feels dissatisfied with every thing; vexed without a reason ; and, greatly against his better nature, very snappish. Feeling thus ; he longs to avoid all annoyance by being alone. This makes him seem strange to those who are most accustomed to him.— The sensation induces him to seek solitude. But there is another reason which decides his choice of a resting place. The light inflicts upon him intense agony. The sun is to him an instrument of torture, which he therefore studies to avoid—for his brain aches, and feels as if it were a trembling jelly. . This induces the poor brute to find out ...
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855
"WORD PICTURES OP CHILDREN From an article in a recent number of Chambers' Journal, we extract the following passages , descriptive of how children are regarded by parents in different grades of society : The Child in the Cottage.—Look at the lonely cottage at the foot of the hill, so far removed from town or village, the stillness of desolation seems to reign around it, yet peep within , and you will find a young mother nursing her first born child, its little round cheeks rosy as the hard winter apple. That is her solace, her companion, her second life ; when it is awake, her tongue is seldom still lor a moment, for she is either singing or talking to it ; and she has a faith that it understands all she says, though it answers.but in murmurs or in coos, and in looks that express its delight. She is never lonely though her shepherd is away all day tendingto flocks somewhere, far behind the green summits that rise high above her happy hompstead, for she has always it to talk...
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855
THE HUNTINGDON GLOBE, Per annum, in advance, $150 " " if not paid in advance, 2 00 .No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid. A f.iilure to notify a discontinuance at the expiration of the term subscribed for will be con. sidered a new engagement. Terms of Advertising. 1 ins. 2 ins. 3 ins. Six lines or less, 25 -37J 50 1 square, 16 lines, brevier, 50 75 1 00 2 . " " 1 00 1 50 2 OG 3 •" " 1 50 2 25 3 Ofl 3 in. 6 m. 12 m. 1 square, " $3 00 $5 00 S8 00 2 •' » 5 00 8 00 12 00 3 " " 7 50 10 00 15 00 4 - " " 9 00 14 00 23 00 5 •' • " 15 00 25 00 38 00 10 '• - " 25 00 40 00 60 00 Professional and Business Cards nolcxcced. ing G lines, one year, 84 00 Agents for tlie G-lobe. The following gentlemen are authorized tc receive the names of all who may desire to be. come subscribers to the Globe, and to receive advance payments and receipt for the same. flRNtnv Zr.MMERMAX, Esq., Coffee Run. Wm. Campbell, M'Conncllslown. Benj. F. Pattojj, Esq., Warriorsmark. John Owens, Esq., Bi...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855
THE GRAVE OP WASHINGTON Disturb not his slumber, let Washington sleep, 'Neaththe bows of the willow that over him weep; His arm is unnerved but his deeds remain hrigh As the stars in the dark vaulted Heaven at night. Oh ! wake not the hero, his battles are o'er, Let him rest undisturbed on Patomac's fair - shore ; On the river's green border ns flowery dressed, With the hearts he loved fondly, let Washing¬ ton rest. Awake not his slumbers, tread lightly nround, 'Tis the grave of a Froeman, 'Tis liberty's mound ; His name is immortal, our freedom is won; Brave sire of Columbia, our own Washington 1 Oh '. wake not the hero, his battles are o'er, Let him rest, calmly rest on his dear native shore. While the stars and the stripes of our country shall wave O'er trie land thnt can boast of fl Washington's Grave!