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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
Senatorial Conference. Agreeable to public notice the conferees from the district composed of the Counties of Cambria, Blair and Huntingdon, met at the United States Hotel in Holliday sburg, on Saturday, 12th day of May, 1855and organized by appointing Graffius Mtller, President, and James 31. Riffel , Secretary. The. following Conferees were in attendance, viz : From Huntingdon county—Graffius Miller and Francis Conner, Blair count}- —Geoae Potts, John Dougherty, and Robert L. Horrell; Cambria county —WilliamJ.Williams, John C. Magi 11, and James M. Riffel. On motion of Mr. Magill the Convention proceeded to the nomination for a Delegate to represent this Senatorial District in the 4th of July Convention, to be held in Harrisbnrg, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Canal Commissioner. Mr. Williams nominated Thomas A. Magniie, and Mr. Conner nominated Graffius Miller. On motion of Mr. Potts the nominations closed. On first ballot, Messrs. PottsDougherty, HorrellRiffel...
Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
TRACT OF LAND AT PRIVATE SALE. rpjIE subscribers, Executors of the last wil: J[ und testament of John- Wakefield, dee'd., will offer at private sale, all that certain tructo; LAND, situate in German}' Valley, Hunting don county, Pa., late the residence of the saici Jphn Wakeilclc! dee'd., containing- 330 ACRES, more or less, 190 acres of which arc cleared, and in a good state of cultivation ; the balance is well timbered—sufficient Locust and Cheatnut thereon to fence the whole furm, with un abundance of Rock oak, Poplar &c, Therein a good water power and a site for a Grist or Saw Will. There is erected on the premises a goGci J- ---X two story frame house and bank j-—5. ¦^fri " i?'barn—also another farm house Jjjiipj _BjJififi_and log barn—also, two tenant ^ y^J^ kousoa, four apple orchards, two of grafted lruit, beginning to bear, ten never failing springs, so that every field can be supplied with water.— From 40 to 50 acres suitable for meadow. Tbc above property si...
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
Broad Top JLand FOR SALE. rpHE subscriber will sell at private sale n '!_• tract of coal hind on Broo.il Top, well timbered and |>lcnty of coal, adjoining the Huntingdon and Broad Top Railroad and Go;il Company's land, and within half a mile of McCan. les J tract, where he lias laid out a town at a place known as the Watering Trough. AIko, a tract of Woodland well -timbered , with a Sjeam Saw Mill thereon, within a few hundred yards of the Raystown Branch and within six miles- of the borough of Huntingdon. I will soil the land with or without the saw mill, or tho engine, which is eighteen horse penvor, alone, as there is* water power to the mill. Indisputable titles will be given. "W" >1. ROTTJROCK. May 8, 1855—tf. ' Hunting-don, Pa. ~ J, W. THOMPSON ' ATTOBXEY AT I, AW, And Commissioner for Pennsylvania, B-fiVESTPOHT, IOWA, ATTENDS 1o buying, selling- and locating Land and Land Warrants, pays taxes, loans money on real estate security on cominis. sion, fx-.iniincb...
Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
"WAR AT HARRISBURG-. HPHOSEknowing theuise ' ves to lievc ui'sftt 'r J. accounts in the books of the sMib.ferilcr, -y . respectfull }' requested to cull ;ind Kittle. Mu: ey or no money cull and si-tllt- aiu. havoyni accounts standing for four yearn c'os.:d,aiid " cording to the old saying one sliidi in t'-iic .v; save nine. Face those old aceoutjis ih.-v r»in and shall be settled. R. C. AicGILL. Huntingdon Foundry, Feb. 20,1655. I IMF » I irJF 1 I iRf^ •' HpHE subscriber informs .the public jiouirfih X that he has now on hand and for ;-j!e, a bis kiln at Petersburg-, superior burned Lmi.: ¦:>: building, plastering, <&c., &c, which )>c wil sell by the bushel or larger quantity. A go-'( supply will always be kept on hand. B. AT#ERT0J\ r . Petersburg, April 17, 1855 H <rblr& if-*"""?* 13"""Hi y ~ u F' ~B £F OF all kinds neatly and expeditiousiy execu tedut the Globe Office. Blanks, OF all kinds for salt; a,tthe office of th$jj|J...
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
SALE OF TOWN LOTS, THE undersigned will offer at pubjic sale on Thursday the 3ist day of May next, 100 LOTS OF GROUND, n the Village of COFFEE RUN in IIopoivcll ownship, Huntingdon county. This Village will he directly on * the Huntingdon und Broad Top Railroad, north of the Bridge over Coffee Run, and the Jots offered fur sale will lie on both sides of the Railroad, where the public road from Entrikens to ihc Woodcock Valley road by John Beavers , crosses the Railroad at grade. All the trade and travel leading 1 to the Broad Top Railroad from the rich valleys of Trough Creek and Plank Cabin, tliroug-li Salman's gap, will arrive at the Railroad at this point; and on the other side, the trade apd travel from Al.orrison'sCoye, by ibcpubli.c road from Martinsburgh to PJuinmers , will reach'the Railroad aj this same point. A limestone quarry of excellent building stone and a good saw mill arc within half a mile of the place, and plenty of timber in the nei ghborhood. A plan of the...
Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
B Fis P' "} S iP& "§"" P* """" 5 IP 1 1r " r& STu** >f gaursU s til tlLlO! I..A8T ARRIVAL OW SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, CUNNINGHAM & DUNN, HAVE just returned from Philadelphia, and are now opening attho old itand of Josiah Cunningham &, Sou at tho head of the Broad Top basin, a splendid assortment of new Goods, consisting of DRY-GOODS GROCERIES. HARDWARE , QUEERSWARE, CEDARWARE , HATS, BOOTS fy SHOES , Also—BACON, SALT, FISH §- PLASTER. And in short everything that is usually kept in a country store. The public arc respectfully invited to cull and exiimine our stock, as we are determined not to be undersold by any house in town. All kinds of country produce token in ex change for goods at the hi ghest market prices Prompt attention paid to storing and forward ing; all kinds of merchandise, produce &c. Huntingdon, April 25, 1855.
Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
Chopping Mill, and Saw Mill, FOR SALE. rpHE undersigned will sell his property at pri X vate sale, consisting of a farm of IG7 ACES, forty acres of which are cleared and in a gooc state of cultivation, the balance in tiu.bcr,ant capable of being cleared and cultivated; situa. tod four miles from Mill Creek in Kishacoquil. las Vallej 7 , Hunting-don county, upon p__n which arc erected one dwelling house, S~;" ; r. ' :j one new friuno bank burn , one saw mill,_aJILjC-L one chopping mill, with a good water power to drive the same. . The chopping-mill is geared so that burs may be attached for grind ing wheat. The property is in tliu midst of a good settleincut. There is also a good running distillery connected with said chopping mill, which will be sold along with said property, cither with or without the distillery machinery and vessels, as the purchaser may desire. The above property will be sold on terms to suit purchasers and possession given at any time. j ames McDonald, j r. ...
Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
MILL OWNERS TAKE NOTICE. r ]^H AT the subscriber has made every impo; £ tant mprovement in Direct Action Watei Wheels and ha> several of them in suroesifp. use in<-entre and Mifliin counties \o drive Gri-; and Saw Mills, and have given general satisfaction in every instance. They a>£ recpjnmendsiblr for their simplicity, cheapness anil durabili(\'j being made of iron and casting at fropi ten to fifteen dollars, and for power and speod their recipemy of water cannot be excelled by any ot/.< 1 wheel of the kind, and ean be put to paw mi 1 , and grist mills without much post for timi ei » ' - Being e'metantly encngtd in the mill wnyht In. sinesa with a force of hands always at h nc can put in one most any time, or do any olh-' work in thntline in the nn-st modern I.-7>provoL - style at very reasonable rates. Price for putting in wheels at sa>v or gr k 1 mills, S75. and board, timber and ca-ting /VsunO All other jobs of millwrightiag done to...
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
SHERIFF'S SALE BY virtue of a writ of Vend. Exp.issued out of Court of Common Pleas of Huntingdon county, and to me directed, I will expose to Public Sale on the premises, on Saturday tho 2d day of June next, the following described property : One Biouse and Lot in the borough of Petersburg, fronting- sixty feet on Mnin street, and extending back one hundred and twenty feet to a street, bounded on the East by Abraham Renner, on the North by Abraham Cress, well, having- thereon erected a two storj' frame house painted white, and a shop. Seized, taken in execution arrd to be sold as the properly of John G. Hitter and Rebecca Ritter. JOSHUA GREENLAND, Sheriff. May 8,1855.
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
BALTIMORE GARD. CARR, ~S[E SE & CO. . COMMISSION MERCHANTS, FOR. THE SALE OF FZ.OUR, GHAI3ST M.tH' B X.XrPgSER SPEARS' WHARF, BALTIMORE. O" Agents for Newark and Rosendale Co Cement and Plaster. Fine and G. A. Salt, constantly on hand. J\.B.—Liberal CASH advances made on consignments on receipt. Baltimore, Jan. 31,1855.
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
Notice is Hereby Given, to the Officers of the Huntingdon County Agricultural Society, rpIIAT a meeting- of the Executive Commit-.L tee, of said society, ¦will bo held at the Court House in the borough of Huntingdon, on Tuesday the 5th of June, next at 3 o'clock P. M. for the purponeof making- arrangements for holding an agricultural, fair, during the coming- fall. As the Executive Committee is composed of the various officere of the Society, it is desirable that all should make it suit to attend. JONATHAN McWILLlAMS Prest. J. S,Barr. (<apnv , q J.S.IeKTT, \ heCyS - May 16,1855.
Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
^-t-,^ lT'LOUR A WO WlffFAT iSB/L TR T d WHEAT on hand ' and Jfete||i/'or Kale at Urn store of ssSfiSS nib G] ¦ p. p. GWIN. ^o JOHN FRISCH, ^P JH WATCH MAKER. Ek Can be found at E. SNARE'S Jewelry Store. All work warranted. mh 13, '5.5. If You "Want to feel Comfortable, C1ALL at H. ROMAN'S Clothing- Store, where J you can get a new suit for less money thnn you can get the same for at any house in Philadelphia. April 524.
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. rp HE Register of Wills in and for Hunting-X don county, has granted to the undersigned, letters of administration de bonis non with the will annexed upon the estate of Joseph Korrip,dee'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 NORRIS, D. II. CAMPBELL, Penn township, May 1, 1855.-* Adtu'rs,
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
Singular Escape.—A fe<v days since, while Mrs. Danforth. of Warren, Pa., was engaged in her usual duties, a heavy thunder storm came upand in the midst of its fury a lightning stroke descended upon her, burning her hair from the crown of her head to the back of her neck, melting her hair pins, and proceeding down her body—leaving its mark as it went—until it passed through the floor. Strange to say, the lady lived and is rapidly recovering.
Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. T ETTERS of administration having been J.J this day granted to the undersigned, by the Register &.c, of Huntingdon county on the estate of Ezckicl Corbin, late of Lnion township, dee'd. All persons having claims agninst said estate are hereby nptified to present, the same, and those indebted will make payment to M. F. CAMP2ELL, Union lp., May 1, 1855. Adm ' r.
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
TTarn, Shoulders and Flitch just recci\ JTX ed and for sale by CiUN'ViyGrfAM A-. DTTifv For the People! SOMETHING NEW IN HUNTINGDON, mineral Water & Sarsaparilla Jjaniata Bottling Establishment, BiusTTawGooair, pa. FREDERICK LIST respectfully informs the citizens of Huntingdon and adjoining counties, that he has commenced tho business of bottling MINERAL WATER and SARSAPARIE-LA, and ia proyared to supply all who may wish to deal in the articles, at reasonable wholesale prices. His establishment is on Railroad street, one door cast of Jackson's .Hotel, where orders will be thankfully received and promptly attended to. Orders by mail will receive his early at. tcnlion. Huntingdon April 11, 1855.
Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
Mailers of Merchandise. CLASSIFICATION of Merchants in Hun-V7 tingdon County by the Appraiser of Mercantile Taxes for the year commencing the first day of May, A. I). 1855. . Alexandria Borough , Class. Amount. Benjamin J. Williams , 14 S 7 00 Bncher & Porter, 12 12 50 Charles Porter, 13 10 00 Henry C Walker, 13 10 00 William Moore, U 7 00 Barree township. Silas Cresswell 14 7 00 S. W. My ton, 14 7 00 Bernard Lorenz , 14 7 00 Irvin & Gregg, 14 7 0C Brady township. Kessler & Brother, 12 12 50 IrvinGreen & Co., 14 7 00 Robert Kyle, 14 7 00 Birmingham Borough. James Clarke, 13 10 00 Owens & Kinney, 14 7 00 Cass township. Richardson 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 'J 00 Cromwell toicnship ' . T. E. Orbison & Co., 13 10 00 Isett, Wigton & Co., 13 10 00 George Sipes, • 14 7 00 David Etnier, . 14 7 00 ¦ Dublin township....
Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
News from the Seal of War Sebastopol not yet Taken—Attempts to assassinate Napoleon—Critical position of the Allies—100,000 Russians near Sebastopol—&c. &c. New York, May 18.—The steamer.Baltic arrived this evening with Liverpool dates to the 5 th. The Allies are gaining ground. Ail the Russian outworks were taken after sanguinary encounters, which were frequent. A large number of Russian mortars were taken, with many prisoners. The Sebastopol dates are to the 4th. Louis Napoleon n arrowly escaped assassination on the evening of the 28th. An Italian fired two pistols *t him while riding on horseback. Personal revenge was the object of the attempt. There is nothing in the news from the siege to warrant a res ult. The bombardment was much slacked, and had not produced the result anticipated-The position of the Allies is regarded as critical. Notwithstanding the advantage gained, the firing slacked on the 28th, in order not to exhaust the ammunition. An immense ...
Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
The Nest State Pair. The Harrisbursrers have enceepded in raising tho amount necessary (SI.500) to insure thn holdincr of the next State Fnir at that place. The days fixnd for the Fair, are Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, the 25th, 26th, 27th and 28th of S^ptf-mber next. The annual aildresa before the Society will be delivered by the Hon. Frederick Watts, of Carlisle, its first President. When shall we look upon its lilje again ? The Herald and Free Press, the only Whig paper published in Montgomery county, gives the Know-Nothings a severe thrust under the fifth rib in the following : "In the whole history of Pennsylvania you may turn in vain lo find another Legislature as that just adjourned—particularly the lower branch of it. Reckless, corrupt and irresponsible, it rushed wildly into every scheme which was presented before it, and we cannot now call to mind any measures which seemed in danger of defeat or overthrow, except those which were calculated to benefit the p...
Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
FOR SALE. A Slew and Complete Oae-iiovse Wagou; \7 iTH Oil Cloth Tr,p ~ mxl Tongue tor twe \ y horses. Enquire at thy l J - ist Office. Huntingdon, Pa., M.ay 16, 1855. \ \ \ f ANTED.—100 AG-BNTS WANTI V V SD—From S3 to 86 a day can be clear. j ed in the sale of several new Books. For per. 1 sons wishing to travel, this affords an opportu. ! nUy sp-ldom to be met with. For particulars j address, ' A. G. RICH &. CO., Elizabethtown, Lancaster Co., I May 16, 1855.-* • I 3£.©§T 9 " ' I f\~^ Sunday last, fire 6tli inst, somewhere bo \J tween tho old Junihta bridge and the nur scry lot of Judge Taylor, a SILVER s^ LEVER WATCH ivilh a steel chain at- TjF/h tached, without 1tey. . The finder will ^.^ leave the" watch at this office when he .will re ceive a reasonable reward. Huntingdon, May 8, 1855. 20 barrels No. 1 Herring, just, received and for sale at the store of • GEO. GWIN. A choice lot of dried Beef, just re ceived ui;d for sale at ti}e new store of ' . CUNNINGHAM &am...