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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855

"VI J heat by the Bushel and Flour by \'V the Barrel, for sale at the cheap new itorc cf CUNNINGHAM & DUNN.

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Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855

Retailers of Merchandise, . pLASSIFICATION of Merchants in Hun* \J tingdon County by the Appraiser of Mercantile " Ta;xes tor the year commencing tbs first day of May, A. D. 1855. Alexandria Borough , Class. Amount. Benjamin J. Williams , 14 S 7 00 Bucher & Porter, . 12 12 50 Charles Porter, . 13 10 00 Henry-C. Walker , .13 10 00 William Moore, 14 7 00 Barree township. Silas Cresswell 14 7 00 S. W. Myton, 14 ? 00 Bernard Lorenz} 14 7 00 Irvin &-.Gregg, 14 7 00 Brady township. Kessler & Brother, 1 a 12 50 Irvin, Green & Co., .14 7 00 Robert Kyle, 14 7 0,0 Birmingham Borough. James Clarke, 13 }0 QQ Owens & Kinney, 14 - 7 00 Cass township. Richanlson Read, 14 7 00 James Henderson, 14 7 00 Evans & Brother, 14 7 00 Clay township. T. E. Orbison & Co., • ,'13 10 00 James Glasgow, ' 14 7 00 Cromwell township. ' ' ¦- T. E. Orbison & Co., 13 10- 00 [sett , Wigton & Co., 13 10 00 George Sipes, 14 7 00 David Etnier, ....

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Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855

WE"vVS. FACTS AND FANCIES Modest; verp-Ga.be, Jr./ ' -; - ' ; • s Gone to hum—the nix-weiser legislators. .- ¦ .. Never to return—the-nix weiser legislators . . ' ; Going zip—several now houges in East-Huntingdon. . .. , , . ¦ .. . ¦ ' Will soon appear—the likeness of the editor by his associate, Gabe, Jr. ¦ Handsome improvement—by Co!. T. P. Campbell, in front of his dwelling. \XW Ladies should not wear thin slippers, unless they are in a hurry tb get to Heaven. Not popular with the people—the "jug law." GParsori Miller.thinks it ought to be repealed. • Heavy loss.—^Jack Frost destroyed most of the fruit and garden truck in this neighborhood on Wednesday night last. EF A good reputation is better than a fine coat in almost any kind of business—except wooing a fashionable lady. • ¦ -. dZF A Yankee has invented a' new- kind of soap, by which mothers will hereafter be able to get their daughters off their hands..' Right ' on the goose question—The London Times of April 6, , co...

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Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855

Another withdrawal from a Knew- • Nothing Lodge. . . The Rev. J. H. Tackitt, a clergyman of the Methodist Episcopal church, of Forestville, Chautauque county, New. York,, has. publicly withdrawn from the know-nothing order in a card, which appears in the/Fredonia Censor, and whjch wears so markedly the stamp of good faith- and uprightness of purpose that we give it a place : To the President and Council at Forestville Chautauque, Neio York :¦ When I'joined -this council,.! joined in good faith, and have. acted .according'"to the obligations of the order 6ince, as.^understand tfcem-r-that is, that we are to. vote for second-degree members for office, if we judged it best for the American cause ;.and, a3 I judged it not for the best interest of the American cause to vote for B^r. Uilrhan for governor of the State of New York " , under the circumstances under, which he .was nominated, 1 therefore voted for' Mr. Myrori H. Clark for governor, and for second-degree members of the orde...

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855

XrH 0H^i^G DO N , P A; i j^^i i ; ¦ ' ¦ 'i-'-.. ^ J^i.1.. — --¦ . —¦ .„ ¦ ; ——*«-—— .¦ i—,—-;—i i ,, Wednesday, May 16, 1855. OIrculation---tli& ! largest' in tJie County .Read Them. . We invite attention to a number of new .ail. vertisem'e' nts :. - -• . • ..-.-' , O* A new jvagon for sale. . O*.pne ' hund.red agents wanted. :, " ¦ .\Q3* - 'Pattalioii Orders..;. . ., ; ' D^ "' A riejv stock,on-hand by,L. Weatbrook. dj* Setf-sntaft-tidv/by " G-YGwiri, T. & W,. Saxton and.CunninghaTnifc-Dunnv ' '-; - (D* Col. Win. Williams' marble yar3. .. 1 - .O* Notice to Retailer^ of Merchandise. v-tCS Noticeto Officers ofHunt. »Ag. Society. O^ Card of. J.\ W. ThoitipsohVEsq., formerly of this p lace. ' ., ' ¦:. " .¦ j. '' ¦¦ ' ¦' jn&Notice of Dedication of Church in Han. tingdon. '' " *' ,)'I ' * ' '' . - ' "- . ¦ .. Senatorial Delegate.— The Democratic Senatorial" Conferees of this Senatorial Diatrictniet, at Hoilidaysburg on Saturday last, andTs ' eleoted .Thoma...

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Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855

Beautiful Extract. The following beautiful extract is going the. rounds of the democratic press. -: We do not know who.Mr. Banks is, but we do apprehend that;l£r, Batika.is a used up:mah.— Read it, and tell us if lyou do not think so, - : . "Mr. Banks says that foreigners have nevr er been invited,here.....Who invited, our fathers here ? What Indian chief was it that sent out'-for the-.Mayflower I . .. Not-invited ! Do-theiun and rain invite the springing grass? ..Does ihe clear air of morning ipspire the song of birds ? Does, the warm kisses, of summer; invite, the ripened fruit ¦?—Notinvjted! They were invited by the Declaration of .Independencewhich appealed to the world for the rights of emmigration. They were invited by the constitution, which provided for -naturalization.— Theyiw-ere invited by.:repeated legislation upon the Bame.subjeqf. . Our,broad, and fertile, and unpeopled territory invited them.— Our-abnridarit 'resources 'invited .them:— There was starvation at ho...

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Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855

SHERIFF'S SALE B Y virtue of a' writ of Vend. Esp., issued out of Court of Common Pleas of fjuntinjfdori county, arid to me directed, ' 'I-wiir ' cxp'ise to Public Sale on the premises, on Saturday the 2d.~day. : .o£ Jnnc next, tlic"follbw'!ng ! dcscribed property.: i . .... One House, and Lot . in^ the boro ugh .of Petersburg, fronting sixty, feet ore Main;st"Qet, and extending hack one .rinndrcd- nnsi twenty feet to'u. street, bounded on ' the HJast.byAbjcaliam Rcnncr, on the North by A\>rah?iniCrpss. well, having thereon erected a two story franio house painted white, and u shop.- ',, . . . . Seized, t>).ken in execution fin. '^?, to be sold aa tfie property of John G. Rittcr and Rebecca Ritter. .... - . • . • ' ' - ' " JOSHUA'GEBENLA'SfD ' . ' s/imJ. 3\I;iv 8,1855.' ORPHANSCOURT SALE, (Estnte'of J. McCartney Sarilcey' dedd ' i) BY virtue of an order of the Orphans '. Court of HuntFngdon county, will be soldat public sale on the premises in ifenderson townsh...

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855

The-Coming Ci;ops. . ' It 13 perhaps rather ' early to speak ppsjtively of the agricullura!'prospect.in the United States during the coming summer; but with wheat, corr. and potatoes at almost starvation prices, people may be excused for looking a little.further ahead than they ordinarily do. The " repqrts that we receive from Pennsylvania. New ' Jersey, New York, the West and the South are-of {he most encouraging ' character. A vast" -deal more wheat has been sowed.than in-any former year, and the fields of winter wheat all . look.uriusualjy well. Even if the season should . be unfa¬ vorable, the amount of grain produced will be larger than ever . known before. . But the season has been very favorable, and we learn that the yield per acre will probably be much above an average in every part of the Union. Corn and potatoes , will also beproduced-ih immense quantities, and the prospect is that 1 he.agricultural productions of 1855 will be enough, not only to feed America, but to ...

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Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855

O~ T*he Know-Nothings are an ungrateful set of dogs. In every city and county in the State they hold out inducements to,the Whig press to advocate their deeds of darkness, and as ' soon as such presses accomplish a complete disorganization of the Whig party, they desert them and establish new presses io be.wholly under their control. Look, at the position of the Journal, once the organ of the great Whig,, parly in Ihis county. Last fall) up to the day of election, it was radically Whig ; but the result of the election showed that Know-Nothingism had .diseased the body of that party, and fearing its sudden decease, the editor was persuaded to desert it, arid.now in turn the Know-Noihings desert him",'and establish a hew paper, ''The Huntingdon American;' 3 ' which is .to be'supported as the organ of the "new party," and the Journal denounced as subserviant to the "hangers on" of ihe Whig paity. This Know-Nothing ' trick successfully practiced upon the Journal, has destroyed all c...

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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855

NOTICE OF DSDICATIONV rpfJE Evangelical L'u'th'c'ran Edifice, will bo. J solcinnly dedicatee!, to . the service of .tho Triune-Jehovah, inthe town of 'Huntingdon, on Whit Sunday. May 21th, 1855. The ' dedicacatory sermon will be preached by Rey^H. " Baker of Altoona, on Sabbath rnorhingflO o'clock! Services the evening previous .at .early candle. lighting. The citizens of Huntingdon and vu einity are respectfully solicited fp.'attend, byre, quest of P. M. RlGHTMYETt, anff ' others. Waterstrcet, May 9th, 1855: LOST, O N Sunday last, the 6th inst, 'somewhere be. tween the old Juniata bricJg-c anil Ih ' e ' nur. sery lot of Judge Taylor, 'a SILVER rfjSL LEVER .WATCH w . ith a siecl ^ cliain 'aU W3\ tached, without licy. T/ie finder, willgjjfyjgS leave the wateri-at- this officis when 'he will re. ceivea reasonable reward.'!<_ Huntingdon, May 8, 18o5\ ' ASSESSMENT. THE members of the' Cumberland Valley Mutual Protection .Company of Dickirisqn.township, Cumberland county, ar...

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Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855

FOR SALE. A Kew aud Complete One-horse Wagon, TTJIft'H OilCloth Top, and Tongue for two 'VV-¦" ¦ horses.' Enquire at the Post Ofgse ' .' . Huntingdon, Pa.,"May 16,1855'/ . VYf ANTED.—lO0> AGENTS WANTV V BI> - —Fl-O . m $3 to $6 a day can be clear, ed in the sale of several new Books. For persons wishing to travel, this affords an oppbrtunity seldom-to. bo met .-with; •< For particulars address, ; • ¦ - ! - " A. <£ RICH& CO., '. . . .-< ElizabcthtQWn, Lancaster Co., May. 16, 1855,*- • ATTENTION. I ST Battalion of 4th Brigade 14th Division J. Pennsylvania Volunteers. By order of Ma. jor Geo. \V. Garretson, yon are.ordered tomcet at Huntingdon on Tuesday the 29th day 'of May for'three days training. Companies comprising 1st Battallio'nT:—Scott Artillery, Capt. J. H. Dell ; Huntingdon Guards, Capt. A. S Harrison '; Scott Infantry; Gdpt. • CJcorge Dare. ¦ ' • ! R. F; HASLETT, Adjutant. May 15,'1855. ' ' BRI&ADE ORDER . . ' r pHE ...

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Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855

. Liberty in Mains.—One of the amendments of the liquor law in Maine reads thus: "If an expressman, cartman, porter,. or any other person, shall carry a hattle, or cask, or demijohn of wine or other liquors, to a gentleman ' s residence, he is subject to a fine of twenty dollars and costs for the first offence. For the second offence, a fine and costs and thirty days' imprisonment is the penalty. If any man carries in his own baggage, or about his person, a flask or any other vessel containing liquor of any sort to be used by him, the party doing so is made liable to a fine of thirty dollars, and thirty days' imprisonment. A Card. Being about entering, into arrangements which will prevent me from being here for some time to come, 1 shall be tinder the necessity of discontinuing my connection with the Globe as Educational Editor. Trusting that this department may fall into abler hands, and be better conducted in future, I therefore take leave of it for the present. I may add that...

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Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855

s2L SO <§£>€!£»&' ¦ WJESTJBROOK'S ' ' ¦ ' liAbjES>'.& .GEA T TSJEIH(EI«»S • , BOOT & SHOE STORE. ..A. Mew SfocJt Just Received. Bjfito LEVIWESTBROOK informs bis |Q r B^old customers and the public general; ^^» ly that he has just received from Philadelphia a-large assortment of Boots and Shoes, comprising every kind and variety of Gentlemen's Boots, Gaitors, Monroes, Ties; Slippers, &c.' Ladies' fine Gaitbp Boots, Buskins, and Ties of the latest and most approved styles. Boys', Misses' and Children ' s Boots, Lace Boots, Gaitors and Shoea of every style and variety now wor. p. . ¦ ." ' .. ¦ - • Also, Hats, Caps, Carpet Bags, &o- He also continues to manufacture Boots and Shoes of every description, to order, and from his long experienceand adctcrmination to spare no effort to please, he hopes, to merit and receive a liberal share of patronage. Huntingdon, May 15,1855.

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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855

PHILADELPHIA MARKETS. Monday, May 14, P.M.—Tho Flour market is quiet, but prices are firm. There is rather more inquiry for export, and 1000 barrels standard and good brands sold at SI 0,75 all per barrel, including 100 barrels extra at the latter quotation. There is a fair demand for the supply of ' the retailers and bakers at our former quotations. No further sales of Rye Flour.— Corn Meal is in fair request, and further sales of 1000 barrels Pennsylvania, have been made at $5 per barrel, including a Jot of old stock at S4.S1J. Grain—Wheat is dull to.day and there is rather more offering—400 bushels prime red sold on private terms; we quote red at $2,60 a 2,65 and .white at $2,70 per bushel. Rye is unsettled—1000 bushels sold at $1,55, $1,QS and $1,70. Corn is in active requestbut at a concession of 1 cent per bushel from .Saturday's quotations—sales of 12 ' a 13,000 bushels Southern and Pennsylvania yellow, mostly at SI,12 afloat. Tn Oafs.no further transaction. . Clovers'ced...

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855

20 barrels No. 1 Herring, jnst received'and for sale attlfe store of ' ' . GfiO. GWIN"i A choice lot of dried Beef, jiist recoived and fpr sale at tho new- store of CUNNINGHAM & DUNN.; Just Received and for sale, Mackere!, Shad', IJerring, Trout and Cod Fish by J. &. W. SAXTON. The best assortment of Carpet ever offered, and at lower prices than can bo gut at any other establishment, just received and fpr sale by . - ¦ J, & VV. SASTON. The cheapest and best lotof Oballey, Bcrage, and Berago da Lains, also, Lawns just received and for sale by J. & VV. SAXTON.

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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855

O"The Marietta (Ohio) Intelligencer, one of the ablest and most respectable Whig papers iu the.State,has until lately given the know-nothing movement- a staunch and faithful support;'but in its issue of April 14 it holdsrhe-.jbllovti(ig:-language, which we reproduce /with: pleasure,- as showing the Igreat change a few weeks have produced in men' s minds in. regard to the course pursued iby the partisans of this bigoted proscriptive ¦order: . • " .No observing man. can fail to see, and no honest tnan can hesitate ^ to declare, that the whole movement will'soonjbecome ¦ a reproach to the country, a hissing and by-word among the-people, and an utter stench'in-the nostrils of all decent men." • •

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Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855

Broad Top Land FOR SALE. rpHE'suDseribcr will sell at private sale a jL tract ot' coal land on Broad " Top, well tim. bered and plenty of coal, ' adjoiniing the Huhtingdon and Broad Topjl ail road" andCoal'Company's land, and within halfa'mHe ofM'cCan. les ' tract, where he has laid out" a' town at a place known as the Watering Trough. Also, a tract of Woodland well timbered, with a Steam Saw Mill thereon, within a few. hundred yards of the Ituystown " Branch and within six miles of ihe borough of Hunting, don. I ' wil! scli the land' with . or without the saw m\U, or the engine, which is eighteen horse power, afoiie, as there is water power to ihe mill." Indisputable titles will be fiven. WM. ROTHROCK". May S, 1S55—tf. Huntingdon, Pit.

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Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855

Notice i3 Hereby Given, to . tUe Officers of the Huntingdon County Agricultural Society, ¦ • , , 'PHAT a meeting of the Executive Conuriitt tec, of said society, will be held at tho Court House in the borough of Huntingdon, on Tuesday the 5th of June, next a:t 3 o'clock P.M. for the purpose of making- arrangements for holding an agricultural fair, during tha coming fall. * ' As the Executive Committee is composed of the various officere of the Society, it w desira. ble that all should make it suit to attend. . JONATHAN McVVtLIiiAMS Prcst. J.S . Babe. r sccy-s^ , . " : . ' ¦ • " . : - ' J. S. lSKTT, \ May 16,I855. -' - - ¦ "

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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855

W.-THOMPSON ATTORKEY AT LAW, And Commissioner for Pennsylvania. ' DiJ-SrESFPORT, IOWA; A TTENf)S J.o buying.selling and locating J\Land und L ' and Warrants, pays taxes, loans money on real estate security on commission, examines and -'makes abstracts oH title &.C. Any business intrusted will be ' attended to promptly and with fidelity; .>.... Refer to Hon. George Taylor, and members of the Bar at Huntingdon, May 16, 1855. (Jm,

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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 16 May 1855

Foreigners in the military service of the United States.—We Jearn from an official source that since the last.of October there have been inspected and embarked at Fort Columbus, to join their regiments in the West, eighteen hundred and forty-seven recruitsonly three hundred and twenty-four of whom were born in-the United States, or but fittle more than one-sixth. Of the whole number, 850 were Irish.and 30S German.— These are about the proportions of' natives to foreigners for some time past.-Uosfon. Atlas.

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