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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
Bpoks.!;Books!! .Wall Paper. :);!, QA AHA VOLUMES of new and popu-£i\J t \J Ky \J l.'ir books—the subscriber has just received from Rostdn, New York and Phil adelphia, comprising the greatest '/gp&ffsjffli variety and most -extensive! stock/^w^sygpSf over brought to the interior of the WlfeafctpKy .State. His STATIONERY is also of p rent variet}' anil'supcrinr qhality, in part as follows: Letter, Cap and -Note Paper, Gold and Steel Pens, Inkstands, Blank und Tiino Books, Diaries for 1S.35, &c. Also,'Harper's, Putnam's, Godoy's and Graham's MiCgazincs,. received ¦cveyy-;month : as soon as out. 200,0 copies of the books.recommended by the Teachers' Institute arid Board of Directors of the county:' GrcenliePs'A'fithmeties and Algebra, Town's Spellers, and Swan's Readers'. 3600.Payson & Dunton's Boston Copy Books, being thu best system as well as the best executed books ever offered to the ; pubTic, .for sale at lowest wholesale prices. 1000 pieces Wall Paper...
Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
New and Cheap Toys, Bolls, &a> French and '^ G-ermari Fancy G-oodsV ' Articles ' for Confectioners^ Dniggists ' ahd "' ¦ '.' TobacconistsfWd^er 'than'ever and in, '' - ¦ •:••• .:• " . ¦ ¦^cafer r-variety. ¦ . 7?ANCY'BASKETS plaj ' p, embroidered and JJ . painted. . Toys of Wood, China, Lead, Tin Sec.' , over']00'patterns. Kid' Wax, ¦ Jointed. China, Crying^and' -Drosstd ' Dolls;;DolhIIeads with teeth,-inoving:. Eyes,, cfc. Harmonicas, Aceordcon.s,.Violins, Jewshnrps, TrumpctsFancy' Boxes.'CornctsyBortb'bn'Papers'&.c'.; ftu-'Conf6c"ti6rierp, : Alabaster'Jcwelry'Boxes, ' Inkstands, Watchstands.jSi.c, Biscuit FiguresInks, Jewelry Bpxc^ Colognc&c.,Toilet Dottlcs.an.d Vases of China, 'Bohemian Glass, Druggists Fan'cy ArticlesPerfumery, Tecthv-Brushes, Tobacco aiid- ^ SnutF,Boxes,,Scgar'pases, Tinfci!, German Pipes of China &c., over 100 PatternsMarbles, Percussion Caps, .Slates and Pencils, also cases of Toys well assarted -if S5, S10, S20 and S...
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
BOOTS AND SHOES T3ie Best Assortment ever brought to ¦ ¦ ' -' ¦ ': ¦ • . Huntingdon. - • • >ip)f?E : public arc informed tluit LEVI WJ2STJ BROOKJias-;just openad at:his.storejAh<*. best.^elected ass.orLmcnt.of . . . . . Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boots,,and Shoes ever brought to . Huntingdon—in part as follows: Men's Double-soled Calf Boots. ' -Men's Waler.-f-oof Hunting Boots, > Men's Heavy Double-soled WatQr-pKQqf ., . . . . Boots, - , ' - , . tr ,. , " .; _. , . Boys' Fine and Coarse Boots , ' .'" ' Ladies' Congress Gratters, ' " " ' Ladies' French Morocco 'Gaitors , '•> >¦ . Ladies' , Goat and Morocco Boots.. ; Gum Shoes of all Kinds,<. ' . - . together with a general assortment of Ladies' Shoes and Slippers. Also, ' Misses ' anH ' Chi 1-dren'sbest:quality;of. .Boats'and Shoes-—Canvas Valises,.Hats, &c, Sec, , My. old customers and the public generally, are requested' to-'c 'all aiid examine niy- new stock-.../' • ¦ .• ;-:i • ...
Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
. SOAP AND .GAMBLE . ..•.- •' .Manufactory,-. ' ; . , ,Mdin Street one door west of the "Globe" ¦ . .. ' - ¦ ' Office, . HTTN'TIH'GDOir, PA. I^ RTJDETRICK LIST informs the citizens, of Huntingdon, and' of the county, that he has commenced the manufacture of mould and dip Candles and Rosin Soap, one door west of the " Glob .o" office, on Main Street, Huntingdon, where ho will always be prepared to fill orders iit city " prices. ¦ ¦ . ¦ , . TALLOW VVANTED, and the hig hest cash price will be paid. IJurtingdon, Dec. 5. 1854. .
Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
: - . Come.-and Be Clothed, ../lt-RoMAN's Store opposite.Couts1 -Hotel. -Over Coats,- . • Frock Coats, Dress Couts, ¦¦ , Sack Coals, . . .: - ... Business Coats,. . ,: Pants and Vests, Shirts and Drawers ' , ¦ ' ¦ ' ' ' Handkerchiefs and Cravats, ,' ¦ . ¦ -.;.: • Collars, Gloves, Suspenders, Hats and Caps, ' &c.i&.c. All of the best materials and most fashionable-style and finish—CHF.A *TEH THAN ELSEWHERE. HjP Call and examine for yourselves. Huntingdon, Nov. 14, 1854..
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
. ; IMPROVED LA3?.D; .L.A3NIP.; . ,. - rp.H13 undersigned .having purchased the full JL arid exclusive right' ; ind 'privilege * of ; ooiv structing 1 , usingyand vending to:ot!iers, the rig-lit to make ijnd use,-in the couiijtyof .Huntingdon, STONKSJ.FER & . SAlIiril'S improvement in thb adjustable packing for r a lamp'for burning lard. Lamps for-sale by the'.dozen cmsinglo, als.q township rights for sale at reasonable pi ifecsi • ' . ¦' ¦ :.•¦ . . ¦ ¦ .'--:;.. ¦: ¦ o All or . dprs promptly; altpudocl to.b^addr.csMng the . subscriber,'Orbisonia 4 .Huntingdon county, Pennsylvania. ' ' ' " *''' : -. .-"': '¦'-»• : ' GEO. TV-CORNELIUS; • Sipcsvillc, Nov.21, 1854.-6ai. _ ¦¦ „ ¦ ¦¦ ;;'; .,
Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
At jS^-Rpnian's- Glotbing Store, jusrii . 'ircEiyED, " ;: '• -: :; ' '¦J " . . ¦ . • Overcoats' l for ; $4'50 " ' ' : '"Ii'iiie ' cl' ; Pants '' -2 OO ' ¦ ''V:; . 1' ; ¦ ' y ; ^ 1 -; ' • <• ¦¦ ¦ ¦-<¦ n$ • ¦ ¦¦ CiiHand'efemi'nc for yourseives. • ' ¦ • ' .-: Huntingdon,' t>ct. 1 Otli, 1854. ; - ' ¦ '..¦• ' 'J. SIMPSON' AFRICA'. : . J. I". - EAMEY. . " '/ ' *. ! ' ¦" Africa & n&Msy, ¦;' ' ; •;• - .", .^R.vc^Kc ili^;siT)^vfaTr6iias; : ; OFFICE , with Daniel . AfricaJEsqi, Hill street, between Montgomery.- and ; Smith, streets, Huntingdon, P. a.- •. "" - ' ' ' .-• " [Spp ' tl3;.*5'4
Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
GREAT; AHBJVAX> ,l Co^feLonary, Eruit and Toys, ' ¦ . ' .: ¦ ;.: in ' -¦' ¦ :'-. ~, A.T MCEBTTS'. ' • n- "' "' ¦ , ' ' lv " Irv'Market Square, Huntingdon, Pai¦ : rj^HE public generally, and tlie "little ones in ,.J. particula.r, are requested to call at Mrobus' EstabtipHnient^vliere all'kinds of SVeetSieats, (!>Xtn>iES and "Nuts; and a " large ' assortment of T o ot ' s dan'be had. Please-ciiW i and'esaminefor yourselves:- -f •-¦ •'" ,- ' '.'-,.. '" ¦ •;: - -' Oct. 10th, 1854. " : RtTRAili P XIBUIC ATIONS. \'. WEEKLY-.AND MONTHLY. ,.•„-. iniHE pubscrib'er continnes-the.publication of • JL ¦ Uis weekly :nnd,mqii,thly Agricultural Jourria/s, viz':' ' ' " ' THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN—a weekly. Journal.for the Farm, the- Garden and the Fireside—forming-two large and.beautiful quarto volumes'of 416 pnges yearly.' This journal, which has now been published nearly two years, combines in. one large sheet, an AGaicuLTUit-vn, ITorticui-tural and Family Joejrn.u,, furnish...
Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
Huntingdon County Teachers' Institute, Metin Huntingdon on Thursday Dec. 2ist. at. ten o'clock A. M.. .and organized by appointing J. S. Barr, President pro tern The attention of the meeting was then for some time occupied by remarks from the President on.the subject of Teachers ' Institutes, .their importance &c. He said that in and through the instrumentality of such associations we hadalready accomplished what never could have been done by any other agency. That inconnexion with Education¬ al Journals, Teachers' Libraries, &c, they were calculated to be beneficial in bringing about an entire reformation in the system of education. Their effects'were already visible in the advancement of our schools, the improvement of our teachers &c. He said it should be his aim to keep in view the objects they were there to discuss. He trusted the most cordial feeling would exist during the meeting, and that all would feel themselves in duty bound to lend iheir assis...
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
What a whig Says. Tho following, from the Pittsburg Gazette , shows pretty clearly that there is still some, mettle left in the Whig party, , and we commend it as a reason at least of the hard hit " Sam " got in Pittsburg and Allegheny cities, at the-late elections: "A convention of the delegates of 1 the Know-Nothing order of this State is now as- , sembled ia this city, and the rhagnales.of the cable are here from all parts of the' common wealth. ¦ . • We outsiders, of course, are not permitted to know what this secret,conclave is about, so far as its members can prevent it, but as there are always some leaky vessels afloat in such a fleet, enough has leaked out to lnnicate what the delegates contemplate or are engaged in. ' ¦ It is a gathering, we Understandto take charge of the general affairs of the order, from settling petty squabbles that arise in ward and township councilfffnip-to the grave affairs of the State. The quarrels among the faithful in this city are a portion ...
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
Educational Department TO THE PUBLIC. At the late meeting of .the Pennsylvania State Teachers ' Association, the Executive Committee . suggested, and recommended to every County Superimendant the propriety of procuring a ' colutnn in each of the county papers, where practicable, to be devoted exclusively to the cause of education, to be termed the "Educational Department," and be under the control of a professional teacher. The proprietors of the different papers in our county having kindly consented to such an arrrangement the duty of taking charge of this department of the " Huntingdon Globe devolves on me , and in assuming the responsibilities and taking upon myself the labors of an educational editor, I have no further explanation to make and no apology to offer. That man I conceive to be a public benefac¬ tor vvho stands at the fountain of knowledge aud draws for a thirsty world. The subject is one of vital impoitance to all and jf the signs of the times indicate anythi...
Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
OUT * A Harrisburg correspondent of the Pittsburg Daily Union , under date of Jan. 12th , says:— "The siaie of things as they exist at the capital at this moment, is of such a nature as to appall the stoutest heart. Men who liever before were known to leave their peaceful homes, on any occasion, are now to be seen at the seat of government, dancing aV tendance on the behests of the secret order of conspirators^ who seek to subvert the government by their moral treason ; and who are now endeavoring to overawe the minds of men in the discharge of their constitution ¬ al and sworn duties as representatives, because the secret council has decreed that this or that man shall be elected to any particular $fftce. The Know-Nolhing order has been in session both day and night in Harrisburg, for a week past, regulating the business of legislation for the whole State. The Dantons, Robespierres and Murats of the Order can be seen prowling for victims around the halls of legislation. Surely ...
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
DlSBANDMENT OT FOREIGN MILITARY Companies .—Henry J. Gardner, the new Know-Nothing Governor of Massachusetts, has disbanded seven military companies in that state composed of foreign birth. We should not be surprised if Gov. Pollock issues similar orders for the disbandment of many of our military companies, as but few companies exist in thi6 Slate composed entirely of native born. Hon. John Y. Mason.—Letters have been received in Washington by the last steamer from Europe, which justify serious apprehensions in regard to the health of Hon. John Y. Mason, our minister to France. Mr. M. was struck with paralysis on the 26th ultimo, and, according to the last accounts from Paris, his situation was such as 'to excite the deepest solicitude on the part of his friends. DC7* The Reading Railroad company held a meeting on Monday the, 1st inst. From the annual reports submitted, we learn that the gross receipts for 1854 were $3,781,639-91, and the total expenditures for working, repai...
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
Sixty Clergymen in one Legislature. One of our exchange papers informs us that of the new members elected to the Massachusetts Legislature, sixty are clergymen.— Forty-eight of this number, it is said, are Methodists: four are Presbyterians; four are Baptists; two are Lutheransand two are Universalists. Here is Jesuitism for you with a " vengeance! over one-fourth of the entire Legislature of Massachusetts composed of clergymen ! What means all this ?—Why is it, we ask, that in nearly every State n the Union we see ministers forsaking their sacred desk to mingle in politics and seek for office ! ^ These sixty clergymen of the Massachusetts Legislature are alj Know-NolhingS; of course, and they left their pastrol du¬ ties to obtain office. Protestant, as we are, in feeling, education and sympathy, we ask , is it not time for every sincere clergyman , and all who feel an interest in the great cause of religion, and wHo are undefined with worldly contact, to take the alarm, and nip...
Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
- Odd Doings.—A letter- from a citizen of Livingston county, Ky., to the Danville Tribunerelates the fallowing bit, of family history in that neighborhood: ,; "A widow lady took an orphan-.boy to raise, quite; small, and when-'he arrived at the age. of eighteen^years she married him, she then being in her fiftieth, year^ The y lived ' many years together as happy as any couple. Ten years apo they took an orphan girl to raise. This fall the aid lady died, being ninety-six years of age, and .in seven weeks afterthe old man married) the girl they had raised, he sixty-eight years old and she eighteen. " Croup- . A medical correspondent of live New Hampshire Journal of Medicine states, that for three years he has used alum- in croup, and in all. that .time has not seen a fatal case which was treated with it from the beginning. He usually gave about ten grains , once in ten minutes until vomitjng.is induced , using at the same time tartar emetic or the hive syrup freely—the latter sub...
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
Doings at Harrisburg. The place, for two weeks past has been full to overflowing. Hundreds of hungry Know-Nothing office seekers are crowding every place of accommodation. Pollock has some twenty or thirty offices, great and small, to give out, for which, two weeks ago, there had already been over thirteen handred applicants. ¦ • A large. number of petitions have already been presented, some asking for the passage of a prohibitory law, others, to do away with beer andale shops- and groggeries; and others for the sale of the " public works, etc., etc. On Monday the Senate and House, met in Reinvention in' the Hall of the House for the purpose of electing a Slate 1 reasurer. The vote having been ' counted was announced as follows: Eli Slifer, (K. N. Whig,) of Union, 89 votes-Joseph Baily, (K. N. Dem.) 1 " E. W. Hamlin(Dem.) . 35 " B. B. Chamberlain, (W.) ' 2 « T. Nicholson, (W.) 1 " , Mr. Slifer was declared elected and the conventiolPadjourned. '' :
Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
Railroad Troubles at Erie -again. The Erie people have again taken up a portion of the track of the Erie and North East Railroad company. The sheriff and several other persons who interfered to preserve the peace, were injured. The Supreme Court have issued a writ of assistance to enable the company to hold the road. Ex-Marshal Keyser of -Philadelphia has been ordered to Erie and empowered to summon such force as he chooses, either in Phila. or 1 Erie, to preserve the peace. On the 10th everything at Erie was quiet —the bridges over French and State streets •yv .ere being rebuilt. On the same day in the councils a proposition was discussed to order the bridges to be again taken down, and kept down. The subject was finally Said on the table to await the action of the Legislature.
Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
Well Said. Question.—What, ought to be done with a gentleman who ^jagages the affections of a young lady, and men leaves her. ? - Answer.—Bless him, and let him go.. We always thinkin such cases, that a young lady has abundant cause for congratulation , and instead of whining and crying over "split affection .," let her put on her sunny smiles, and endeavor to captivate a'more worthy beau . Yovanay depend apon it, that a man who has no more stability of mind, or honesty of purpose, than to act in this way to a young lady, is not worth a tear of regret ; on the contrary, she should be especially happy that she has so luckily got rid of ai.person who throughout his life in whatever he undertook, would unquestionably exhibit the same irresolution of mind. Love is like everything else; a man who is hot to be trusted in that , is very likely to be unsafe in. other respects. — New York Times. Wltat Know-Nothingism Leads To As an evidence of ihe perfidious policy of the Know-Nothin...