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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855
Opinion of an Honest whig. -We clip the following' article from a late number of the Lancaster Examiner, the Whig organ of Lancaster county. Mr. Darlington ' deserves credit for ' thus plainly and pointedly expressing his disapprobation of Gov. Pollock's course in making h'is appointments , and we hope he will deal in the-same way ' with some of his measures: The Governor's Appointments.—The selection of Mr.- Henry Davis as Leather Inspector, completes the State appointments of the present executive. We have no-knowledge of Mr. Davis's claims or qualifications, but an'exposure containedin the Daily News of last Saturday, is not calculated to impress one very .highly in .his favor. ! ¦ .. -¦ It isperhap3 as difficult.a task as could be undertaken, to select a score out .of the hundreds of applicants for the ' offices to the" gift of the Governor at each change of an administration. More or less dissatisfaction; will alwaysexist , with oc.without sufficient.ca . use. We are compel...
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855
A Patriotic Letter. • We publish below, the eloquent, wise, patriotic and Christian letter of the distinguished statesman whose name heads this article. Such a letter is worthy of such a man. Men like Cass, Clay , Calhoun, Webstek , and those still greater names, Jackson, 'Jefferson, and tbe immortal WASHINGTON , could never sympathize, much less be associated with so foul,a thing asKnow-Nothing intolerance and falsehood. The ciass of men to which Cass belongs , ranks with the proudest list of world rulers lobe found iirall his¬ tory. The genius , -fame and virtue of such men will never be found tarnished by contact with the leprosy of bigoted fanaticism and religious .-persecution. The iniquitous sinks of Know-Nothing, bigotry and oppression are fitting places only for cast-off fifthrate politicians of desperate fortunes , and the ignorant herd of fanatics who are ruled by designing men through appeals to their animal excitability and uncultivated instinct. Democrats of ! 48 , ...
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855
, Protection to Thieves and Burglars. We take the following from a Jate number of the-Philadelphia Pennsylvaniah :¦ "A short time since , the Episcopal chivrch situate near Bustleton was entered burglariously during the night, and everything valuable which could be taken away by the robbers was carried off. In addition to this, the most indecent and offensive acts were perpetrated while the thieves were in the sanctuary dedicated to the services of the Great Author. VVe could really believe, from what we haveeeenof the workings of " Know-Nothingisrn outside of the lodges, and from the sacrilegious and awful character of the oaths administered, that its members were prepared for any crime, but we had not supposed that the signs of the order were used as security against arrest whenever one of their number was guilty of a henious offence. But such appears to be the case. After the robbery had been commited at the church , and as the Know-Nothing thieves were about to leave , they ...
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855
TRACT OP LAND AT PRIVATE SALE rpilE subscribers,Executors; of the last will JL and testament of John Wakefield, dee'd.. will offer at private sale, all thnt certain tructof LAND, situate in Germany Valley, Hunting, don county, Pa;; late the residence of the said John Wakefield dee'd., containing 330 ACHES, more or less, 190 acres ef which are clearod, and in a good state of cultivation ; the balance is well timbered—sufficient Locust aud Chestnut thereon to fence the whole furm, with an abundance of Rock oak. Poplar &c, There is a good water power and a site for a Grist or Saw Mill. There is erected on the premises a good fed two story fruinc house and bank J^^L |sss barn—also another furm house =sg JiiEILS-.,and log barn—also, two tcnant .lJLi,^.. kouses, four apple orchards, two of grafted fruit, 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 ...
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855
PLASTER AND CLOVERSEED f*\ ROUND Plaster now ready ' and for sulc-\X Also cloversccd. - . < < ¦ KESSLER & BRO., March 13, 1855. Mill Creek. ; FLOUR-A1VD WHEAT. " - Mfill FLOUR and .WHEAT on hand and Ml|f§iffor sale at tlio store of Jilllig mh 6] - D. P. GWIN. £=2 Tohn priscst, ^? J2I ' WATCH- 'MAKER, JH Can be found at E. SNARE'S Jewelry Store. All work warranted. ' . nib. 13, '55. . If You "Want, to feel .Comfortable, f~\ ALL at H.ROMAN'SClothing Store, where \J you can get a, new suit for less . money than -you can get the same for at any house in Philadelphia, . : I . ¦ . • April 24. Ham , SJioulelers and FlitQJb" just recciv. ed and for su lc by . . CUNNINGHAM & DUNN. Job Printing, OF all' kinds neatlyand cxpeditiously e' xeeutedat-the Globe Office. ' ¦• >;! Blaiiksy OF aH kinds for sale at the office of the Hun. tingdon Globe, . ¦ ¦ : Pure "White Lead, just received arid for sale by CUNNINGHAM &. DUNN.
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855
Singular Matskn . a.1. . Freak.—A day or two ago we witnessed, one of those sirigular 'freaks of animal life , that sometimes take naturalists:by surprise. ' It was nothing more nor less than a cat suckling, arid apparently rearing, with all the motherly affection she shows her own offspring, a couple jof young rats I ' It appears that a cat belonging to' the Exchange Hotel) gave birth, one day last w/sek, to three kittens. A cozy place was fixed for pnss and her progeny in an ernpt}' barrel. A few clays after the event one af the waiters attached to the hotel discovered a rat's nest , from which he took seven newly born ials.: Just;for the fun of the thing, he concluded, to,treat the old cat to two of them , b y way of a dinner. He accordingly threw them into the barrel; but the cat , instead of eatirig them up, "as was naturally supposed, drew them toward her, and " commenced suckling and carressing them,.and.apparently showing them much kindness ; and up to this day the rats ...
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 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, n the Village of COFFEE RUN in Hope well o\vnship, 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, where ' the public road from Kntrikens to the Woodcock; Valley road by John Beavers, 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 Sat. man's gap, will arrive at the Railroad at this pomt; and on the other side, the trade and trav. el . from Morrison's Cove, by tho public road from Martinsburgh to Plummers, will,;rcacb the Railroad at this ' simc point. A limestone quar. ry 'of excellent building stone and a- good saw mill arc within half u mile of the place, and plenty of timber in the .neighborhood. ¦ . . Ap...
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855
I*AST ARRIVAL OF SPRING & SUMMER GOODS. CUWJNINGHAM & DUNN, ITJAV-E just returned from Philadelphia, and ¦Jr jL are now opening at the old stand of Josiah Cunningham &. Son at the head of the Broad Top biisin, asplendid assortment of new Goods, consisting of' ¦ . • ' ' • DRY-GOODS GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, CEDARWARE, HATS, BOOTS § SHOES, Also— ¦ ' • - . - ¦ BACON, SALT, FISH # PLASTER. And in short every Ihing that is usually kept in a country store. ate The public ¦¦ 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 ihe highest market prices. Prompt attention paid to storing and forwarding all kinds of merchandise, produce &c. " Huntingdon, April 25,1855.
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855
The Secret .of the Abolitionism of the Secret Party. '" The reason why the know-iiothiiigsof the North-are-so deeply committed to the abolitio. )iists,.and so completely in the. hands of abolition leaders, is that the rank and file of the democratic party, now boldly opposing the secret movement , is athorough national and constitutional organization. The secret schemers have no other recourse.— The democracy refuse to lead them.and they are , therefore , diiven for captains into those combinations which are pledged, body and soul, to a fanatical war upon the rights of the States. It is a-fair exchange between them. The know-nothings say to the abolitionists, Here is our machinery, give us your.brains to conduct it-; and the abolitionists accept the- offer, and say , We will do so, and,.in return for your acceptance of our creed of treason to the.rights of the States , we will,take y burs~of Hostility to the rights of conscience and tho claims of the- adopted citizens:— This is ...
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855
Chopping Mil!, and: Saw Mill, FOR.SALE. . rHB' undcrsigned will sell his property at pri vatc sale, consisting of aiar-ni.of 107 ACRES, forty acres of which arc cleared and in aigood state of cultivation, the balance in'timber, and capable of" being cleared and cultivated; situa. ted four miles from Mill Creek in' ! Kishacoquil. las. Valley, Huntingdon county, .upon .A-g-a which are erected one dwelling house, i,2 = g' one new frame bank barn, one saw mUl._tEJLlJL one chopping mill, with' a good water power to drive the same. • The chopping mill is geared so that burs may, be attached, for grinding whent. The property is in the midst of .n good settle ment. There ts also a good running distillery connected with said chopping .mill, whicli will be sold along with said property, either with or without the distillery machinery and vessels, as the purchaserinuy-desire. Tiie-ubove-property will be sold, on .terms to. suit purchasers and possession g iven at any lime. . jamjes McDon...
Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855
MILL OWNERS TAKE NOTICE. "TlH AT the subscriber has made every impor-£ tnni mpro-vement in Direct Action Water ¦Wheels and has several of them in succesrftil use in Centre and Mifflin counties to drive Gritt and Saw Mills, and have given general satisfaction in every instance. They a<e recommendaWc for rheir 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 pat to saw mills and grist mills without much cost for timber. <&c. Being constantly engaged in the mill' wright'btisinesa -with a force of hands always at hand I can put in one most any time, or do any other work in thatlinc in the m<'St modern improved style at very reasonable rates. Price'for putting in wheels at saw or grfst mills, SB75. and board, timber and casting found. All other jobs of millwrightiag done to order at shost notice...
Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855
Wor the People SOMETHING NEW IN HUNTiNODON. Mineral Water & Sarsaparilia Juniata Bottling Establishment, . SI-UlST-IJSGSBOfl, PA. TTMtEDERICK LIST respectfullyinfornis the _L ' citizens of-Huntingdon and adjoining counties, that he has commenced the business of bnStlinjr MINERAL : WATER and SARSAPARIDLA, and ia proyarcd to supply all who- may wish to deal inthc articles, at reasonable wholesale prices. ' ' His establishment is onRailrond street, onedoov-eastof Jackson's /iotel, where orders v/Ui be thankfully received and promptly nitendesS to. ' Orders by mail will receive his early attention. Huntingdon April 11,1855-. ¦ - ¦
Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855
WAH AT HARRISBURG. HPHOSE knowing themselves to have unsettled J_ accounts in the books of the subscriber, are respectfully requested to call aijd settle. Monl cy or no money call and " settle and ' have your accounts standing for iivur years closed,and according to the old saying,ana stitch in time wil} save nine. Face those old accounts they nuis ' t and shall be settled. ' ' - • '• • ¦ • ¦ ¦: -. R.C. McGILL. ; . JFJunfmgdon Foundry, Feb. 20,1855. .,. ,, Li WE! LIME! LIME ! <THHE tfubscribcr informs the piibKc-gerierally •J. tliat.hcbas notar ou hand apd for-sale,,.at biff luln at.Peters.burg, superior buroed Lime for building, plastering, &c., &c, which he will sell- by the bushel or larger quantity. - A good supply will ulivays be,ke»t . on hand,- . . , B. ATHERTON. " PetersWg, '' AprH 17,1955 ¦ ' : " ' '' ' (1OD Fish, Machcral, Hcsfing &c, just recci-J ved and for sale by J. & W. SAXTQN.
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855
BALTIMORE C&BB. CARR, GIESE & CO. COMMISSION MERCHA NTS *. * FDR THE SALE OF ', . ' . FX.0TJR, GB.J&.J.U JkSJjBi jCWIYEBER SPEARS* WHARF, BALTIMORE. tt-J" Agents for Newark and Rosendalc Co Cement and Plaster. Fine and G. ' A. Salt, constantly on.hand. N.ii.—Liberal CASH advances made on consignments on reccip?. Baltimore, Jim. 31,1855.
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855
STATIONARY ,, .. DAGUERREIAN GALLERY. EP. ' PRETTYMAN takes this method to , inform ,tho citizens of .Huntingdon and all others, that.he has permanently located, in Huntingdon, where he willbc pleased to attend to all lhat call oi? him for good and never fii. dlPg pictures, . ¦ _ . dallcry at Railroad House, vyljcrc ho can be found at all hours between 9 A. Mr and''5 P. 1W.. Pictures warranted cor. re 'et or iio charge. " '•¦ "'- ¦ ¦•>* ¦ • .. .Mr, Pretty njan guarantees;lo give . .full . s'aitti. faction V all that,patronize,him ; all shall be pleased with lii« pictures or no charge. Huiitingilon . 'May 1,1855; ' • • ¦ ' ¦ ' -
Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855
SPECIASL, XOT1CE. rpilOSE indebted to tho undersigned for Ad-JL verlising and Job Work done during the time he was editor oS the Huntingdon Journal, are hereby notified to pay up immediately, and save costs. The Advertising of course, is subject to the division between the undersigned and the present Journal editor, which was/'AH advertisements published more than half tho time for winch they were to be inserted, (at tho time Brewster got posscsBipn) fall tome—those published less than half the said time, fall to Brewster, and those published just half their time are to be equally divided." S. L. GLASGOW. Shirlej'sburg, March ,13 , 1855.
Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855
PUBLIC MOTICE npHE undersigned, a ConimiUeci 'appointed by J the proper authorities to ' contract for the erection,of a new Methodist Episcopal house of ¦worships in the 1 .borough .of Bu-ritihgdon, Hunitingdon county, Fa., givfc notice ' to all- whom it ;may corroern that theyiwill receive proposals [for contr'iljjt uj&Ho 19th JMay.-inst; The plan 'and^pfipr^cnJio ini^ niay'bB seen by calling at the store oJFTLiong&'Debk^r ' one week previous to the day of letting. A'"-|re:ierai oatlhie can be obtained at the above named place at any time. N. S. BUCKINGHAM, > OWEN BOAT, V Committee. N. C. DECKER, \ May 2,1855.
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855
GRAPE OTES FOR SALE MES SRS. TAyEOR & CREMER, will dispose of sojngpf their.genuineCATAWBA arid ISABELLAJSVines at the. Usual Nursery p*i ces.,"< Tiie vines arc vigorous ^ ' havc good root^'/and'.-.will basiran onc : or two yj^ars. Being the ftardie&tandiftipsi productivej-xiativo varietiesj.tliey ^j31 require no iother.'attention than plantirrg'janif. pruning. One-.or "" two-dollars worth of vi'hcs w^fjjsupply nny ordinary family with the most ngreigablc and ' healthy fruit, which, with n little carc ' ^can be kept from Septembci till March. Huntingdon, April . 11, 1855. -;
Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855
ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. rnflE Register of Wills in and for ifunting-JL don county, has granted to the undersi gn, e .d, letters of administralion de bonis non with Ihe'ivill annexed upon the estate of Joseph Nor. ¦rjs ,dec'd. And 1 letters of administration upon the estate oi' Elizabeth Norris late .of Pcnn -township, Huntingdon count}', dee'd. All per sons- having claims against either of said estates will present them, -and those indebted make payment to us. , JOHN NORRIS, D. H.CAMPBELL, Penn township, May 1, 1855.-* ' Adm'rs,
Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICB. T BTTERS of administralion having been JL/ this day granted to the trirfexsigncd, by the Register &.'e., of Huntingdon county on the estate of Ezckiel Corbin, Jate of Union township, dee'd. All persons having claims against said estate arc hereby notified to present the same, and those indebted will make pavmentlo , M. F. CAMPBELL* , " Union tp., Slay 4, J855. , .Adrn'r.