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Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855

Base Forgery upon the Father of his Country, The most familiar practice of the leaders of the secret party is their infamous attempt to dishonor the men of the revolutionary era; and alraady we find a growing indifference among the know-nothings to thosa sublime and ennobling examples. In proportion as the followers of the debased demagogues who howl in the lead of, the know-nothing movement find themselves held up as ihe only sure stay and support of the country, s.o will they regard all reverence and-rememr brance of the past aa unmanly and "un- AmeriQan. " The practice of discarding the mem .oiy of the gallant foreigners who fought for the cause of the colonies, on the revolting and mercenary ground that these foreigners have been well paid for. their, services, is-a favorite idea of the men that cry loudest that "Americansshall rule America. " Nor ia their treatment of'Washington and his American compatriots any less, disreputable and base. They commit the most reckless forg...

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Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855

NEWS, PACTS AND..FANCIES Flour by the barrel—for sal? at D, P. Gwin'a store. Becoming numerous—Victories over the Know.Nolhings. Doing a good bytdyiess—The merchants who advertise in'the Globe. Feels at,home—Dr. Miller, iii his new uffice near the Court Hous.e. Handsome Furniture,—manufactured and for sale by J. Higgens & Son. Filling up—Our hotels and boarding houses, with industrious mechanics. : \W $3000,000 i,n gold arrived at New York from California on the 2ii inst. Have commenced—la}'ing the rails on the Huntingdon and Broad Top Road. Will rejoice—the people, that the Know-Nothing Legislature has adjourned. A Hard Dose for Know-Nothings to sicalloio —the result of the election in Philadelphia. No rooyn for loafers—in Huntingdon. None But industrious men can be accommodated. "Two on one ain't/air,"—will brother Nash be a little easy at first until we get used to it. Didn't like the conduct of "Sam"—the Democratic lady in Walker. "Sam" surrendered. CGF" Tho "S...

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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855

Political Protestantism. The Know-Nothing papers object to the interference of Catholic priests in politics and elections. So do we. We go further. We object to the interference of Protestant priests in politicsand elections. The Know-Nothinjr papers deprecate political Romanism. So do we. We go further. We deprecate political Protestantism. The Know-Nothing papers abhor Jesuitism. So do we; but not more Catholic than Protestant Jesu¬ itism. The institutions of this country contemplate a complete separation of Church and Statein theory and in fact. We are in favoi of it. It is one of the best features of the constitution. It will be a taste of the millennium when priests of all creeds and sects shall devote themselves singly lo ghostly affairs, »nd leave temporal affairs to be managed by those educated to the business.— When that day shall have pome, there wijl be far less strife, less contention, less bigotry and less infidelity in the Jand than now. It will be "the good time c...

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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855

Satan's Kingdom Tumbling Down. The election in Philadelphia on Tuesday of last week has completely disarranged the calculations of the Know-Nothings throughout the State. One year ago in that city they swept overboard every candidate opposed to them by majorities from 600.0to over 8000. Now we find them electing but a part of the Select and Common Councils. The Know-Nothing City Treasurer has but 422 majority and the City Commissioner 136 —a K. N. loss of only about 8000 in one year. The Democrats elected & select and 36 Common Councilmen. Glory enough for one day. Every true American will rejoice. In Lancaster on the same day. the Know-Nothings were completely routed. The election was for School Directors, and after one of the hardest contested elections of the kind ever held iu the city, the Know-Nothings were beaten by 130 majority. Last year the JCnow-Nathings carried the School B.oard by over 600 majority. And still they come. The election for city officers in Ind...

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Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855

The Journal's Platform. It will puzzle the Jews to tell what kind of principles the Journal is really tha exponent of. One week il talks. Whigish, the next it ia "Sam" and the "Pope," and the next it-is anything for spoils. VVe give but two extracts from editorials of that pappr this week, and if any whig or new party man can put his finger on the editor before he is gone, he will deserve to be liberally rewarded. "We think the American (Know-Nothing) party ig right. We know it is going ahead. With right principles., right men, right measures, right hearts, rjghl hvuu'.s, right heads, is there any wonder that we pro ahead. Let us be true to oursekves.—Journal Apl. 25. "Politically the Journal shall continue to be, as it always has been, the exponent and defender of Whig principles. " —Journal, May 2. Can an honest man serve politically two political masters of opposite politics % Is the Whig party and the "new party" one and the same in principles ? Will the Journal or the Ame...

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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855

DIED, At the county Poor House on the 11th ult., Wu. Jackson, of the viciuity ^ of Marklesburg, aged about 57 years. At the same plac? on the 27th ult., Wm. Rogers, of Alexandria, nged about 70 years. ilost " O N Sunday last, the fith inst, somewbere be. tween tho old Juniaia bridge and the nursery lt-t, of Judge 'Caylor, a SILVER ,g3? LEVER WATCH with a sterl chain nU W7 Ladied, without key. The finder will^pi^ Leave the watch at this office, when he will receive a reas-onablc reward. Huntingdon, May 8, 1S55. ASSESSMENT. THE members of the Cumberland Valley Mutual Protection Company of Dickinson township, Cumberland counlj-, are hereby notified that a tax of four ter cent has been luid on all pnuiiium notes in force on the 15th day Oi Marcli lapt, and that a collector will call on them for the purpose of collecting immediately. JOHN T. ' GREEN, Secretary. J. SIMPSON AFlilC. \, ngentfor Hunting, don county. May 0, 1855. -

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855

H U N f Tn G D ON , ~ P A Wednesday, May 9, 1855. Circulation—the largest in the County-. Read New Advertisements, \£J* Silver Lever Watch Lost. i&y Notice by Cum. Valley In. Company. 03r* Sheriff's Sale of a House and L .ot. [C?" Orphans' Court Sale of a farm. OCT^ Broad Top Land for sale. Important by this morning's mail. The bill for the sale of the Main Line as reported by the committee of conference, reducing ihe minimum price to seven millions and a half, and if purchased by the Penna. Railroad Company at eight millions and a half, and repealing the tonnage tax, passed both Houses yesterday, and was immediately signed by the Governor.

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Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855

ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. rpHE Register of Wills in and .for ffunting-_{_ don county, has granted to the undersigned, letters of administration do bonis non with the will annexed upon the estate of Joseph Norris,dcc'd. And letters * of administration upon the estate of Elizabeth Norris late of Penn township, Huntingdon county, dee'd. All persons- having claims against either of said estates will present them, and those indebted make payment: to us. JOHN NOJRRIS, IX HI CAMPBELL, Pcnn township, Ma\- 1, 1S55.- Y ' Adrn're. VX 7 heat by the Bushel and Flour by YY the Barrel, for sale at the cheap new store of CUNNINGHAM &. DUNK. ' Dried Apples—pealed and unpcaled jusj received and for salcby CUNNINGHAM &. DUNN. P ure "White Lead, juat received and for sale by CUNNINGHAM & DUNN. Blanks, OF all kinds for Bale at the office of the Hun. tingdon Globe.

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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855

Our Relations With Spam. There is a class of American politicians who, upon the least rumor of an outrage on our flag or our citizens by any foreign power make the'Hnost tremendo. us clamor fo.r redress. But the moment the government undertakes to procure this redress, they change their tune, and denounce it for its aggressive policy. This is an old federal trick. The blue lights of New England told the old Democratic party that it could not be kicked into a war ! As soon as the war was declared, even from the pulpit they denounced it as a wicked one, the victories of which no good o;en .should .rejoice at. So it is now. T . he owners of the ships which trade in the Carribean, the moment their vessels are interrupted in their voyages, cry out with all their lungs at the supineness of the governmenment for suffering .their packets to be overhauled and fired at. But the moment the President issues an order to Ihe Navy Department to prevent these outrages by a manly and rightfuL re...

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855

ORPHANS"COURT SALE,.. (Estate of McCartney Sankey dee'd.) B Y virtue of an order of the. Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county, will . be sold at publie sale on the premises in ifendergon township oh Thursday the 31st day of May 1855,. all that certain farm, or plantation on wnich tbe deceased resided in his i.ife lime, adjoining Isnds of John Co ' lcstook, James Porter and others ^ containing 1Q5 ACHES and 13 perches, and allowance ; having fe—;&¦ thereon erected, a good frame house; 'rjjjss ' bank barn, and other out-buildings. This ^ t-.Sl^ , farm is but three miles distant from the borough of Hmrtingdon, and in a good state of cultivation, ' Terms of Salt: :—One third of the purchase, money to be paid on tho confirmation of sale, and the residue in two equal annual payments, with interest, to be secured by the bonds an<J mortgage of the purchaser. ALEX. PORT.. May 8, 1885. Adm'r.-.

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855

JO^Hon. Morris Longstrelh, former Canal Commissioner of Pennsylvania, and at one lime the Democratic candidate for Governer, died on Thursday week, at hi-s residence in Montgomery county, his health having been declining for some lime. Re was 55 years of age. . — Buttered on both Sides. The reformers of the Legislature have pissed the compensation bill. This bill gives to each member the sum of five hundred dollars, as a salary each session, and milage at the rate of ten cents pei mile, for expenses, for each mile travelled. Heretofore merpbers received S3 per day for one hundred days, and Si,50 " per day for all days they remained in session over one hundred. This is another act of Know-Nothing reform.

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855

^BroacI Top JLancI FOR SALE: rpiIE subscriber will sell at private sale a J_ tract of coal land on Broad Top, well tim. bcred and plenty of coal, adjoining tha Huntingdon and Broad Top Railroad andCoal-Coni-. pany's lnnd, and within halfa mile of McCanles ' tract, where he has laid out- a town at.a phicc known us the Watering Trough. Also, a tract of Wqudland. \ve!T timbered, with a. Steam Saw Mill thereon, within a 1' e^.v hundred yards of the Raystown Branch nnd within six miles of the borough of Huntingdon. I will sell the land with or without the saw mill, or \ho engine, which is eight.<jon horse power, alone, as there is water power to the mill. Indisputable tftles will be given. WMT. ROTHROCK. May S, 1S55—tf. Huntingdon, Pa.

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Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855

SHERIFF'S SALE'. B Y virtue of a writ of Vend. Exjj., issued out of Court of Common Pleas ofllunlinydon county, and to me directed, I will expose to Public Sale on the premises, on Saturday the 2d day of June next, the following described property : One House and Lot in the borough of Petersburg, fronting sixf}' feet on Mnin street, and extending- back one hundred und twenty feet to a street, bounded on tiio East by Abraham Rcnncr, on the North by Ateraliarri Cress, well, having thereon erected a two story frame house painted white, and a shop. Seized, taken in execution and to be sold as the property of John G. Kilter, and Rebecca Ritter. J,OSHUA GREENLAND; Sheriff. Mfiy-8,1855. ' •

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Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855

New York Democracy. At a meeting of the Democratic general commiUee of the city of New York, held at Tammany Hall, the following among other resolutions ^ was unanimously adopted . Resolavd, That . the liberal principles imbodied by Jefferson in the Declaration of Independence, and sanctioned in the constitution, which make ours the land of liberty and the asylum of the oppressed of eve.ry nationhave ever been cardinal principles in the democratic faith ; any attempt to abridge the present privilege of bocoming citizens and owners of the soil amongst us ought to be resisted with the same spirit which swept the alien and sedition laws from our statute books. "

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Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855

STATIONARY BAGUERREIAN GALLERY. EP. PRETTYMAN takes this method to , inform the citizens of .Huntingdon and all others, that he has permanently located in /-./untingdon, where lie will bv pleased to attend to all lhat call or him for good, and never fading" pictures. Gallery at Kailroad Blouse, where he can be found nt all hours between 8 A. M. and 5 P. M... Pictures warranted correct or no charge. Mr. Pretty infill guarantees to give full satisfaction to all that p'litrouize him ; all shall be pleased with his pictures or no charge. .Huntingdon, May 1, 1855.

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855

PUBLIC NOTICE. rpiIE undersigned, a Committee appointed by X the proper, "authorities to contract for the erection of a" new Methodist Episcopal, house of worship, in the borough of Huntingdon, Huntingdon county, Pa., give notice to all whpm it may concern that they will receive proposals for contract up to 19th May inst. The plan and specifications may be seen by calling at the store of Long &, Decker one week previous to the day of kitting. A general outline can be obtained at the above named place at any time. ' ' N. S. BUCKING HAM, }. OWEN BOAT, V Committee. N. C. DECKER, %, May 2, 1855. '

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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855

\Cr " The Wapella, (Iowa) Intelligencer gives an account of a critical but successful surgical operati . ou performed in that place' on a man who had swallowed a bar of lead while practicing some peculiar tricks. On account of taking some acid food the lead began to corrode, and he became very sick.— It was soou found that every other attempt to extract t. he lead woujd be unavailing, save opening the stomach—probably the first operation of .the kind on record. This was done, and the bar, eleven inches long, was extricated, and the patieut at last accounts doing well.

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Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855

Know Nothing Motto. The following from the 19th chapter of Leviticus is . recommended to any Know Nothing paper which may be in want of an appropriate motto : "If a stranger sojourn with the in your land, ye shall not vex him ; "But the stranger that dwelleth with you shall be unto you as one born among you.— And thou shall love him as thyself, for ye were strangers in the land of Egypt. I am the Lord your God. 1 ' A Patriotic "Whig In a letterjdeclaring his inability to address the Democratic Association of Richmond during the present canvass, Thomas J. Michie, esq., of Staunton, one of the foremost men in Virginia, uses the following powerful language : "Nothing, ¦ I assure youwould "give me more pleasure than to address the intelligent people of Richmond on the interesting questions of ike present canvass—to teir them how blighting'to the free spirit of our country t(he secret mystery of know-nothingism must.prove ;. how demoralizing it will be to our children, the hith...

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Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855

PHILADELPHIA MARKETS Monday-, May 7,—P. M.—Flour.—There is some littlo export demand for flour and the re. ceipts and stocks continuing light, prices are well maintained. Sales of 4 a 500 barrels standard and good brands at Slo25a 10 50 per barrel. Grain.—There is more inquiry for Wheat and but little in the market. Sales of 3500 bushels at 82 32 a2 55 per bushel for prime Pennsylvania red, and S' 2 60 for white, including 1200 bushels choice Lancaster county at above the latter rate, which is an advance. MARRIED, At.Shirlcynburg on the 29th ult., by the Rev. J. M.Ct.irk, Mr. Solomon Seeghrist to Miss Elizabltii Ftt-cK, both of Hill Valley. OnTuesd.13- .the 1st inst., by the Rev. J. W. Haughawouf,"Dr. Geo.W. Hiwitt to Miss Mary A. McPhkiiren, of Alexandria.

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Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 9 May 1855

SALAMANDER SAFES, BE VANS & WATSON, No. 26 Souih Fourth Street, GRE A.T FIRE. CHESTNUT & FIFTH Streets, Friday morning, December 5th, 1854. Evans & Watson's salamander SAFES triumphant, as they always are when put to the test. Philadelphia, Dec. 15, 1854. Messrs. Evaks & Watson, No. 29 South FOURTH St, Philadelphia. Gentxkmen :—We take much pleasure in recommending your Salamander Safes to merchants and others in want of a secure means of preserving their books, papers, &c. from fire, as the one we purchased from you about seven months since has preseived our books, papers and cash in as good a condition as they were when put into it, before the great fire ofthis Tiorning, 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 out building, from which place it fell into the cellar, and remained there until the fire was out. The safe was then remove...

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