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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855
Educational Department. BY R. M'DIVIIT. Monthly Decisions, Explanations and Instructions by the State Superintendent. 1. Directors not to he contractors : It is a violation of the school law and sound policy, for a Board of ^Directors to enter into a contract with one of their own number " for the erection of school houses. Such contracts are wrong, upon principle , and the Superintendent cannot hold them as otherwise than illegal and void. 2. Directors not to be teachers : No person can serve as Directors and Teacher at the same time. One office or the other must be surrendered* 3. Houses built by adjoining- districts: Under the 23d section, division IX of the School law, it is the duty of the directors of adjoining districts to provide school houses , as well as tuition, for pupils who cannot be otherwise properly provided for in their own district. But if it becomes necessary to erect houses at the joint expanse and to be jointly owned by such adjoining districts, great care ...
Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855
War witli Spain. The repeated insults" that our citizens receive daily from the minions of the Spanish Government , and the searching and firing into of our mercantile marine, by Spanish ciuisers, has caused a sensation of hatred to beat in (he brea6ts of the American public , against that nation , that a war to chastise their insolence, outrageous and un-christianlike proceedings , would not meet with much opposition. We are opposed to war , and deplore it as a great curse and- evil—but we have an honor to maintain; and it must be maintained at all hazards. The Washington Union of last Saturday has a long article on the state of our affairs with Spain- It states that the President regards the recent bring¬ ing to and examination of American vessels as violations of international law; indignities to our flap, and aggressions upon our right which will not be tolerated. Commodore McCauley is not to argue with the Spanish cruisers as to the right of search or visitation, but say to...
Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855
IMPORTANT WAR NEWS. The Latest Foreign News, New York, May 4 -—The steamer Atlantic arrived to-day. Her news is highly imp ortant. The Vienna Conference is broken off. Russia rejects the demands of the Allies. Sebastopol has been bombarded since the 9lh. The result is doubtful. The Emperor Napoleon, accompanied by the Empress, has been for a week in England, and they have been immensely glorified. ' The British Loan of £16 , 000.000 had been token by the Rothschilds. . ' . The taxes are to be increased on incomes, tea. coffee, sugar, &c. England assents to Louis Napoleon taking the command of the Army at the Crimea. The Vienna Conference has been broken off, after the 12th session. There are strong indications that Austria will refuse to act against Russia. The bombardment of Sebastopol , of 500 guns, commenced on the 7lh and continued incessantly to the 15th. An assault is not practicable. It is the intention to storm if possible. Wheat and flour lower and quiet. Corn B...
Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855
From the Phila. Daily News. Tlie Anti-License Law. The singular and ridiculous character o f the Act recently passed by the Legislature , for the purpose of restraining the sale of spiritous liquors, is attracting marked attention throughout the Slate, and we notice in a Reading cotemporary. the following opinion in reference to the Constitutionality o f the law from the Hon. Jacob Hoflman, of that city. The inconsistencies of the law are well developed by the letter of Mr. H.: Legal Opinion on its Constitutionality. Reading April, 19th. 1S55. Gentlemen :—In reply to your inquiry of yesterday, as to the constitutionality of the late act of assembly, entitled " an act to restrain the sale of intoxicating liquors," and what remedy, ifany, the people have against its enforcement, I can only say that I do not think its provisions are in conflict with the Constitution of the United States , or that of Pennsylvania. It respects and protects all persons having paid for and received a...
Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855
THACT OP LAND AT PRIVATE SALErpiIE subscribers,Executors of the last will JL and testament of John Wakcficld, dee'd . ., will offer at private sale, all that certain tractof LAND, situate in Germany Valley, Hunting, don county, Pa., late ihe residence of the sai,d John Wakefield dee'd., containing 330 ACRES j mov? or less, 190 acres ef which are cleared, and in a good state of cultivation j 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 foraGrist or Saw Mill. There is erected on the premises a good, ji ^ ji two story frame house and bunk n ^ n ,fesg barn—also another farm house, sag »|£^i. andlog barn—also, two tenanl^; ,^^, m kouses, four applo orchards, two of grafted r'ruitj 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 t...
Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855
Terrible Tragedy in Beloit, Wis. From a private letter at Beloit, we learn the following particulars of a dreadful tragedy which occurred iri that place on the morning of the 23d inst. The wife of a citizen of that town was awakened from her sleep on the morning of the 23d, by a noise which she heard in an adjoining apartment. In a moment more she saw a gleam from a dark lantern, held b)' a man in that room, and screaming with affright awoke her husband, who was sleeping at her side. As he sprang from the bed the intruder fited at .him with a pistol, the ball just missing his head and burying itself in the pillow. Snatching a double barrelled, gun from the wall he discharged both barrels at the intruder. The contents of one barrel entered the man's head. and the other his body, killing him instantly. Leaving the body where it fell , the gentleman and his wife proceeded to the nearest neighbor, told him what had happened, and induced him to return with them to his house. But imma...
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855
1000 Book Agents Wanted. A GENTS wanted in every County of the -Li. United States, to sell one of the most saleable books ever published, entitled, "THRIL¬ LING ADVENTURES AMONG THE INDIANS," comprising the 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 the World," &c,, &c. Illustrated wilh numerous engravings, from designs by W. dome, and other distinguished artists. This book coptaias over 5(13 octavo pages, hound in embossed morocco, full girt Ijacft, and is sold at the low price of $1,75 per copy. Over 30,000 copies hnve been sold within a short time, and the sale is still increasing-. We pay the largest commission to ngents t who can be supplied with a specimen copy, sent by mail, post paid, on sending us the price, $1,7£ with full particulars of the agency,...
Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855
WAR AT HARRISBURG-. HPHOSE knowing- themselves to have unsettled X accounts in the books of the subscriber, are respectfully requested to call and settle. Money or no money call and settle and have your accounts standing- for four years closed,and according to the old saying one stitch in time will save nine. Face those old accounts they must and shall be settled. R.C. McGILL. Huntingdon Foundry, Feb. 20, 1855. ^^ FELOUR AKJ> WHEAT. «|yB FLOUR and WHEAT on hand and ig^^gjBSfor sal e at tho store of eilsis* mh 6] D. P. GWIN. ^$? JOHN PRISCH, £« fil WATCH MAKER, jg| Can be found at E. SNARE'd Jewelry Store All work warranted. mn 13, '55. If You Want to feel Comfortable, p ALL at H. ROMAN'S Clothing Store, where \J you .can get a new suit for less money than you can g-ct the same for at any house in Philadelphia. April 24. Ham , Shoulders and Flitch just recci-v cd and far sale by CUNNINGHAM &, DUNN.
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855
SALE OF TOWN LOTS. THE undersigned will offer at public sale on Thursday the 31st day of May next , 100 LOTS OP GROUHP; in the Village of COFFEE RUN in Hopcu-ell township, Huntingdon county. This Village will be directly on the Huntingdon and Broad. Top Railroad, north of the Bridge over Coffee Run, and the lots offered for sale will lie on both sides of the Railroad, whore the public road from Entrikens to the Woodcock Valley road by John Bouvers, crosses the Railroad at grade. All the trade and travel leading to the Broad Top Railroad from the rich valleys of Trough Creek and Plank Cabin, through Satman's gap, will arrive at the Railroad, at this point; and on the other side, the trade and travel from Morrison's Covo, by the public road from Miirlinsburgh to Plummers, will reach the Railroad at Uiis same point. A limestone quar, ry of excellent building stone and a good saw mill aro within half a mile of the place, and plenty of timber in the nei ghborhood. A plan of the tow...
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855
BLAST ARRIVA L OF SPRING & SUMMER GOODS. CUNNINGHAM & DUNN, fTAVE just returned from Philadelphia, and JLX arc now opening at the old stand of Josiuh Cunningham & Son at the Head of the Broad Top basin, a splendid assortment of row Goods, consisting of DRY-GOODS GROCERIES, HARDWARE. QUEENSWARE, CEDARWARE , HATS , BOQTS <§¦ SHOES, Atso—BACON, SALT, FISH c)- PLASTER And in short everything that is usually kept in a country store. The public are respectfully invited to call and examine our stock, as we are determined not to be undersold by any house in town. All kinds of country produce teken in exchange for goods at the highest market prices. Prompt ntt.cnlion paid to storing and forwarding all kinds of merchandise, produce &p. Hunting-don, April 25, 18.55.
Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855
SPECIAL NOTICE. HOSE indebted to the undersigned for Advertising and Job Work done during the time he was editor of the Huntingdon Journal, are hereby notified to pay up immediately, and save costs . The Advertising of course, is sub. ject to the division between the undersigned and the present.7burnaJ editor, which was, " AI] advertisements published more than half the time for which they were to be inserted, (at the time Brewster got possession) fall to me—those published less than half the said time, fall to Brewater, and those published just half their time are to be equally divided." S. L. GLASGOW. Shirleysburg, March 13, 1855. BLANKS! BLANKS!! BLANKS!!! A full assortment for sale at the "Globe" Of fi.ee. Deeds. - Summons', Ex' s, and Tjius. Deeds , Executions, Mortgages , Sdbpcenas , Bonds, with and without waiver, Warrants , Leases, Attachments , Committments , Agreements for the sale of Real Estate, Notes relinquishing all benefits of exemption laws.
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855
Your County Paper.—The following extract from Fowler |& Wells' "Life Illustrated," is so good and to the point, that we recommend it to our friends without further comment: We occasionally receive letters in which the .writers express an intention to stop iheir county or village paper, and takt, one of our publications instead. We always regret to receive such intimations. We think a man ought to support his own paper first, and then if he can afford to lake a paper from a distance, let him do so, and we shali be happy to furnish him with "Life Illustrated. "—The country press, in our opinion, is the most important in its effect on the enlightenment of the nation. It conveys in ten thousand rills, intelligence to nearly every home in the country. The country press ought to receive a cordial support. Every place should try to ha.ve its paper of such a character that the people could be justly .proud of it. To this end let them pay promptly, advertise liberally, recommen...
Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855
MILL OWNERS TAKE NOTICE. HAT the subscriber has made evrry important improvement in Direct Action Water Wheels, and ha.s several of them in successful sne in Centre and IWiffiin counties to drive Gri>t and Saw Mills, and have given general satisfaction in every instance. They a-erecommendaWe lor 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 <fce. (icing constantly engaged in the. mill wright business wilh a force of hands always at bund I can put in one most any time, 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. $75, and board, timber and ca-ting found All other jobs of millwrighting done to order at short notice,—having had eighieen yea...
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855
For the People SOMETHING NEW IN HUNTiNBDQM. Mineral Water & Sarsaparilhi Juniata Bottling Establishment, HUIHTSWGDOW, -E»A. T^REDERICK LIST respectfull y informs the J} citizens of Huntingdon and adjoining counties, that he has commenced the business of bottling MINERAL WATER and SARSAPARILLA, and is proyared to supply all who may wish to deal in the articles, at reasonable wholesale prices. His establishment is on Railroad street, one door east of Jackson's Hotel, where orders will be thunkfully received and promptly attendedto. Orders by mail will receive his curly attention. Huntingdon April 11,1855.
Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855
BALTIMORE CARD. CARR, GIESE & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, FOR THE SALE OF PLOUH, GK.AIET AEFB LUMBER SPEARS' WHARF, BALTIMORE. O* Agents for Newark and Rosendale Co Cement and Plaster. Fine and G, A. Salt,constantly onhimd. iV.lil—Liberal CASH advances made on consignments on receipt. ll.dtimore, Jan.31,1855.
Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855
GRAPE VINES FOE SALE ME SSRS. TAYLOR &. CREMER,. will dispose of some of their gennineCATAYVBA and ISABELLA vines at the usual Nursery prices. The vines are vigorous, have good roots, and will bear in one or two years. Being the hardiest and most productive nativs varieties, they will require no oBhcrr, attention than planting-and pruning. One or two dollars worth of vines will supply any ordinary, family with the most agreeable and healthy fruit, which, with a little care, can be kept from Septembej till March. Huntingdon,. April ll, 1855...
Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855
THE subscriber informs the public generall y JL that he has now on hand and for sale, at bis 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 always be kept on hand. B, AT//ERTON. Petersburg, April 17,1855
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. T BTTERS of administration having- been \ I this day granted to the undersigned, by the Register &c, oi Huntingdon county on the estuteof Ezekiel Corbin, late of Union township, dee'd.. AH persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified to present the same, and those indebted wiji make payment to M. F. CAMPBELL, Union tp., May 1, 1855. Adm'r.
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855
Job Printing, OF all kinds neatly and expeditiously execu tedat the Globe Office. From the Pennsylvnnian. The Nest Govenor. The Pittsburg Daily Union publishes a letter from its Harrisburg correspondent, which doe6 no more than justice to the highminded, but unassuming gentleman, who represents the faithful "Tenth Legion" in the next- Congress. He will stand on the floor of the House .with a larger majority than any other democrat elected.- Judge Packer' s antecedents will compare with any democrat in the State. His history illustrates the glorious advantages of our system of government, inasmuch as some twenty years ago, he entered Mauch Chunk from Susquehantia county, with his plane and saw upon his back, having walked that day over forty miles without a shilling in his pocket. He is now one of the most honored democrats in this State, and has a]so acquired a wealthy position by his own industry. If the eastern portion of the Commonwealth is to have the next Govenernor, Ju...