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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 6 June 1855

The :wiiigs of .-Allegheny ' •' .The WhigCoonty Committee of Allegheny held a meeting in Pittsburg on Wednesday the 23d ult. 'On motion,of Mr. Srh ' ythe it was resolved -that any member. ' of this committee who' belongs to the organi&aiion termed the'Know-Nothing' party is hereby requested to withdraw.*' On the presentation of this resolution Mr; Smy.the remarked that 'one year ago such a resolution would not have been rjecessary; that until wjthin the last year the ' common courtesies of life known among men, or the ordinary feelings of self-reapect , would have accomplished the object intended by his motion; but recent events had taught him.,thata!I ihesehave become,powerless in preventing men, claiming to be gentlemen, fr6m doing what. ' no honorable man ' would have, dared- to do one year ago. Men are now found willing to act on Whig committees, and seeking to . control the action of the Whig party, who, at the very moment, are under sworn obligation to ' a poli...

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 6 June 1855

~t. • 'Wednesday^'Jhne" ' 6,| 1855. - Circulation—the' largest ¦ in £lie County. See New AdV.—Health , Beaaty and Happines " 3 : To, Tax. Collectors. . A rariety of articles by Cunningham-fc Dunn., - • Virginia. Henry A. Wise's majority for governor ¦will be about 10.500. All the democratic cahtiidateafot Congress were elected. Glory euough. ' . . '¦¦¦ ... ' •:... ' " 'AccraENT.—Major James.Porter, of Heridereon township, while jn the woods on Saturday last; was severely injured, by.the falling oi a sapling which struck him upon the head and shoulders. ..... ¦• ' - " ¦ (E7 * On Sunday-last fivehundred U. S-. soldiers passed through this place for Kansas, to fight the Indians! who are becoming troublesome there. ,v . - • ' . . -ttlT'A- Know-Nothing National. convention will.be held irt Philadelphia ' this week. The pSIicy'of ah open instead of si..secret orsanizafion ' w.ill be discussed.- "5am."'is getting frightened—he finds it necessary to " devise some new " ways and means ...

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Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 6 June 1855

OCT* To what party--c(M Gabe, Jr., belong last fall tyhpn. there. Vvas a fesularlvnorninated Whig ticket in the'fTield? Was, he one «f-"the * '^freasortable '-fusion" that' defeated some ' of the Whig; : n ' ominees ? Speak out Gabe.—Globe. ' .; ' :' \ l '; „ '' ' ' . ' ' ,• ' , ' ... " . ' . " ¦ ' • ••-W ell; ^ve. will. "We ' bploii ' sred^ to th ' e.' a'ffti-]ocdfocd/ani,i-pj>|ri .fi , ' ! '- ari . t 'i--iiebrask5j. paVf ' v, ' -7-Wevotpd "foViVhfgs,, " ,.Now ' will jhp. Globeman . lejj/us who Fie. ' siipportftd, in '52, when there was. a...reenlariv ,norninatpil .Ipcofoco t ' iokpt in . ' . ihb field., ' Will; the G > fo&e,.;6peak out 3-—Journal. ...,-¦ - . " ¦ . . - ,„ • -Freely.' • AtthV GehPrnr Election -w-e ^ voted fqr Woodward, Hopkins and Shnffer , the,onhj democratic nominees- . voted for bv Iliedemoe: racy of =the county'—and at the Presidential Election/we yotpd . for Piprce andKing!—Any . "document" to show to the contrary?—If you have brins it...

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Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 6 June 1855

A general assortment of Nails and SpUscs at CUNNINGHAM & DUNN'S. Presh Shad and Roe Herrings ' , just received'and for sale by CUNNINGHAM & DUNN". " orphaW^court sale, BY virtue of an Order of the Orj>hans' Court of i/unting-don county will be exposed lo public sale on the premises, on Saturday the 23<Z day of June next, by public vendue or outcry, the following real estate, late the estate of Jonathan Fiult, lute of Pcnn township, deceased, viz : - . • • - . A TRACT OP LAND, situate in Penn township aforesaid, in the county of' Huntingdon,.and.elate of Pennsylvania, adjoining lands of Joseph Norris, dee'd., the Raystovvn Branch of the Juniata River, and others, containing about 700 Acres, more or less, about -three hundred acres of which is niountain land, on which is erected various improvements (excepting a smnll lot and house on the same for the widovvf which isnot to be sold.) • • The above land is of excellent quality, and deserves the attenti...

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Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 6 June 1855

. [G""^>For some days previous to the Virginia election, " our good-rialiired Know-Nothing friends mada earnest inquiries about the health of our rooster, but his healthy appearance: in the last ' Globe satisfied them,that he was 'about'—and we promise that he shall be in good crowing order next October. Fo' oj-ish, Veuy— ^ the man-, " who talks qf writing Gabe down. " Let Gabe alon,e;;he will write himself" down, and the Journal loo, in less time than- it took him to kiH- 'off the Standing Stme } the'organ of a majorityof. .the members who' "may be induced id -resume their former occupation. " . ¦ .¦ ¦ ' ¦ ••'•• ¦ Sebastopol..—A correspondent of the New-York Courier writes to, . that. journal that "Generals Scott and . jessup ..have , ; w,ithin.-a few ' days, expressed their opinions: that the allies _ cannot retreat from the Crimea w'MifouJt first capturing, Bebastopol by a coupde main , or bea.tjng-the Russian armies of the interior in a pitched battle. This opinion ...

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Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 6 June 1855

TRACT OF LAUD , . AT PIUVATESALE. rf/ JJE'. Kubscribers,.Exocutors jif .ithe last will J_ and. testamwit of John- VVakefieh!, due'd., will offer at private sale, all that certain tract.Qt LAND, situate in Grcrinany " Valley, H " untingdon county, Pa., late -the residence .of the siiid John Wakcfield dee'd...containing" _. ¦ *;. 330 ACRES, -,-.:... riiore'or less, 190 ftcrcs cf winch are cleared, and in a, good state of cultivation ; the balance is well" timbered—sufficient Lbcus-T mid'Chestnut thereon to fence the whole farm, with an abundance of Rock oak, Poplar &.c, There is a good water power and a-sitc'for-a Grist or Saw Mill. There.is erected on tlie'premises a good fei two story frame house and bank-a—j^ J|2 £ barn—<ilso another farm house jss= ' 31M:Z, .and--log barn—also, two tenant jyjJUijJ kouses, four apple orchards, two ofgr<ilt<ia Jruit, beg-Mining-lo'bear, ten never-failing springs, so that;every field can he stipplicdf with water.— Fro...

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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 6 June 1855

Hotel CHAE.GEs.>^-The hotel" keepers of Philadelphia have held a convention, and agreed.uponan established ; rate of:charges. The hotels are divided' into three classes.-r; The first class charges at tbe.rate$2 5p.p|er day for boaTd , and lodging-; the second, - at the rate of 1 75 ; and the third at the rate of l[ 5,0. £"or-fractional portions of the-day, single meals,-&c., the rates are in. proportion lo these different scales. ' ' .. ¦¦¦ From tfte'Crimea.—The news from Europe are as warlike , ' a ' s. ever. Sevastopol , at the latest dates, still held out, and the Allies were puzzled and disheartened. Some new planis talked of M bu.t ' it bas not; yet beferi^de- 1 veloped. . . .•_ , The Paris correspondent gives the force of the conteriding.armies : The, Allleid" army K , 150 , 006-|T-Ru6sian army, 140,000 ' .. . . ' . . . . • fO " The'encaxnpment which was to come of! at this place last week , was a failure.— Tents could n ' oV'be had , and other difficultie...

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Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 6 June 1855

ADMINISTRATORS' NOTXp^. n^IIE;Rcgistcro ' f !WjNs. ih qnd ; for ^mtjngi X dotifiounty, has gran led I9. the undersign ed, letters of administ ' ralipji de bonis'no ' ri'iVit.h tbe. will ahnexe.djupon tKe^state of.Joscph.Nor. iris,dee'd. And.letters of administration" upon, the estate of Elizubeth I^orris, Jate of, P . enn township, Huntingdon county, dee'd. All-Jper ' - spns- having- claims asrainst either of said.estates will present them, and those indebted mako payment to us. - . JOHNJMORRIS,,.. ¦" - ¦ " " * • - ' ' D- II. CAMPBELL, Pcnn township, Ma.yl,''1855.-*" Adm'rs. ADISIINISTRATOR'S, NOTIQE. ' T tTTKRS of administriiiibh ,.having .rlii-en i i this day gxantt-d-to the\.u "nderyjgncdi'~. ' h. y ' the Register «SL . c,, of Huntingdon county -on iha. estate of Ezekiel C.cH'bin,, late . of i. niou " towi-. ship, dee'd. Alf persons, having olaims.agaiasr. sajd estate arc hereby ' ' notified to-present tho same, andtlio ' sc indebted will lhake,payment to, M. F. CAMPBELL, . ....

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Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 6 June 1855

" : ; -MARKIEp, - .; ; ' ;; ' , ., . , _. , ' On " thc29th of May,,by tlic.Rcy. J. A. Kol. Iy ' , lyir.. Rqwan Clark. ' M. .D., of Neiyton Plapi,. iL ' on, IS ' jjfflui cp., and MissM. AiJiNIk, dauglitc ' r of ' S.H ' .rBciT, Esci ' ., of . yineyari M%, Huntingdori.co. ' ., ' •.. ' .. ' . .• ' . , ., . , ¦' ,. ..- BBeallli,-Beauty, and Happiness. rpHB undersigned Iiayin*'purchased flie'full J _ and" exclusive rig-lit nnd j>rivilege of con-] Ktructing, using and vending to others the right to malie<aVid'Use'in thencountics of Huntingdon and CentrcrDESHON'S- PATENT PRKA1IUM BELLOWS PUMF SHOWER BATH, maxiufactured and sold by ithc subscriber at A1-cxandriai Huhtingdon'Ic&untyi Pa. ¦ Also town ' -; stiip.rights; for sale a,t ^roasonable prices. All orders promptly attended to., - .. - -. ' _; ' -.'. ¦ > ~ . ,::.: BEN J. CROSS. ¦ Also, for Bale-iy-Alex. NcivolJ, agent at. Hun-; tingdon. ,. . ¦ ' ,- ¦ ; • - • ¦> .- ' • ' ' ' :Junc6,'i855.—2ni, : .- ...

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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 6 June 1855

' ' ¦Califofnia.; ' ; •' ,; ' ' ' : A correspondent of the Philadelphia Jjedpef- writing from Galiforria says the State is bnr. dpnpcrwifh plenty. Tho popri.lation;ig . .so Email that they consume ' but littjej and must eilhpr fihirj the surplus- ' or"allow it An go to waste. ' The .writer furih'e ' r pnys that they ran produee for exportation *. but that farming lands are held • so high, on account of-tawsl intprest and labor, that "farming is' not very profitable at tha prpsput . finiB; ~ . T.he great finotuntions which have taker, plncp during the past thrpp years havebpen unfavorable to tnp. true welfare of tne coutilry " . ~ All habits of industry and economy have been- discarded, and the endfo al!:th*»se wild and pxtravagant notjpns has been bankruptcy: A lijfire number ofthe ' mp ' n .who we ' re called wealih-y in 1849 a'nd 1850, are- nowipnor; They ex^ ppnded money as if it rbtrld always be had ' for . the mere asking.. The profitfi.oF .the Mtq Galifnrnia newspaper exc....

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Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 6 June 1855

- ' . ' ;;,' ASJEMTOSt'S NOTICE. 'TrTF; undersigned auditor appointed, by the .1 ' Orphan's Court of Huntingdon county to distribute .certain balances remuinining in the hands of Charles Buff" and Reuben Duff Administrators of John Puff, dee'd, and . -.Trustees apr pointed by said Court to make sale of .his real estate, amongst those entitled to reeeive the same,, hereby gives notice, that he will attend for the purpose of making said distribution on Monday the second day of July.next, at one o'clock P. M. at his office in the borough " of Huntingdon, when and where all persons inter, ested may attend &c. JOHN REED, Auditor. May 30, 1855. ' . J. W. THOMPSON, ' ATTORNEY . AT E.AW *.. : .And Commissioner for Pennsylvania, 3DJ&-VENFGB.T, 2OW.&, "A TTENDS to buying, selling and locating XA_ Land and Land Warrants, pays taxes, loails'money on real estate security on commission, examines and makes abstracts of title &c. Any business intrusted will be at...

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Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 6 June 1855

OKPHANS' COURT SALE. (Estate of J. McCartney Sankcy dee'd.; BY-virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county,-will be sold at public sale on the ' premises in iifenderson township on' "''¦' •" Thursday the Uthday of June , 1855 , all that certain farm, or plantation on wnich the deceased resided in his life time, adjoining lsnds of John Colcs ' tock, Jamos Porter and others, containing- - -T,. .- • 210 ACHESaaid 112 porches, and allowance; having e ^-ji thereon erected, a good frame house, j~: =.? bank barn; andotlier out-buildings.:•This l| ]jj ! iffi,:i ;[~ ' farm is but three miles distant from-the ' borough of Hnixtingdon, and in a good state of cultivation, •.' r •. • ' - ¦:'•¦ ., Tkrms. of Sale :—One third of the purchase mQney to be paid on the. confirmation of sale, and the,residue in two equal ' nnnual payments, wjt.hinlure^t, to be secured .by the bonds' an rnorfgage of-.the purchaser. ,. .--.-• - ¦ ALEX. PORT , Way 22, i885. . . . ' Adrn'r...

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Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 6 June 1855

... PROCLAMATION. . TT.JHEREAS' the act of assembly of the VV 27Hi d " .V of March A. D. 1855 has greatly extended the linflits of the borough.of Hunlingdoivand whereas all the Jaws now in force relating to the said borough, and the 'by,Jaws and ordinances thereof are extended to the territory included in the -new. limits of su.k> borough, and whereas the citizensjnay nqt be informed of the new relation in which they arc placed in regard to tha premises;- -- • •¦'"•¦ • Notice 'is'therefore given to all'whom it may ¦concern, that the ' . borough ordinances, generally, and more especially those relating 'to hogs •and dogs running'at large, in said borough, will be strict] }' enforced from and after the first day of June next. JB y said- ordinance the owners of dogs are requirecMo' pay a dog tax, 'and dogs running at large, without being muzzled, are to be 'killed and their owners fined,and 'hogs runn-ing-lit large 'are to be ' seized and' sold by the high constable. ¦ AH th...

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Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 6 June 1855

PHILADELPHIA MARKETS, ¦ Monday,..June 4,, P. M.—There is no new feature-to present in the Flour market.' : There is littlo exiiprt,demand and the sales arc^nostly confinccl tp Vinall lots^for home .consumption, S ; l-l,per barrelibr mixed.jind good brands,$ll, - 2 . 6 a 11, ' 37J for extra, and-SU,50 for extra family. " Rye Flour is in demand and prices 12 j cts. per v barrcJ higlvcf—--sales of 1 a 200 ¦ barrels at 7,50. '- 1 ^CQr.ri..'IVlcal is b ' ui little-inquired- after—we.qtfotq-iPcnasylyania at'$5 , and Bran . dywine at'S5/f2Vi)er ' i)arrel. . ' • " . ' :-^r:~ ' " 'Oravn—Wheat is in befter-jdemand and there is rather .ihdre. ' offering 1 . ' Sules of 3000 bushels prime Southern afid 'Pennsylvania red at S2,62 a 2,63 per-bushel, ana 1500 busTicJs white, part at 82,70, afloat, and part " at-a price ; not made public. Tlic market'is liearlybare of Rye and it j iiswanted-^lJdOO bushels Pennsylvania,-to.arriyc,;aojd Jit $l,62J.-..i.<Corii has advanced and is so^mpwjiat ...

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Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 6 June 1855

For the People! SOMETHIlilfi NEWTN HUNTINGDON. Mineral Water &; Sarsapaiilla Juuiata Bottting Establishment, oEJNTiivejiso ' w, jpa . ' , T?REpERICKLIS. T respectfull y intonns the Jj citizens of Huntrngdon and adjoining counties,-that'he has eoniaienced the bu&iness of bottling MINERAL- WATER and SARSAPARII.LA, and in provarcdio suppljr all who may wish to deal in the articic-s, at reu&onsbJe wholesale prices. ' ' . His establishment is on Railroad strt«t, ' one door cast of Jackson VJYoirl, wlicrt; ordcisf^vill bo thankfully reciivt-d and prompily attended to Orders b}' hiuil will receive "his early iilteution. •Huntingdon April 11, 1855.

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Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 6 June 1855

The True American Parly. Some of the Democrats ojf New Orleans wrote tp Robert-G. Wickliff , asking for the useof his nameas : a candidate for Governor pf . Louisiana at the .ensuing election ' . He declines and in his'' reply remarks that— ' .' 'AThe tnieJAmerican party in this land is the Democratic parly. It proscribes no man on account of his birth or of his religion, it adopts asits own .principles-contained in the Declaration of Ameiieah Independence.— There " rests- not upun the statue book of our eountry'Whiclrhas added to itsgreatnessthat has not the stamp arid' impress of-Democracy.' Under Democratic rule and policy-we \iaye grown from infancy ' to- vigorous man-, hood-.' Ours is'the greatest, the-happiest , aud.the best country God has given to man. Democracy ..has made it such, and the Derriocratic'party ' will ' continue it so."

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Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 6 June 1855

MARBLE YARD. -117ILL . IAM WILLIAMS, would respect- ' VV *"%ca " the attention of the citizens of Huntingdon and the adjoining counties to tlie stock of ' ' . BEAUTIFUL JUARB&E now on hand. He is prepared to furnish at the shortest notice, Monumental Marble, Tortib, Tables and Stones, of every desired size .and form, of '- . ; .- ¦ ITALIAN OR EASTERN MARBLE, highly finished;, and carved with " appropriate devices, or plain, as may suit. Building Marble, Door and Window Sills, Sec. will be furnished to order. W. W. pledges himself to furnish material and workmanship equul . to any in-tho country/ at a fair price, Callijmd'-sec, before you p.urehase elsewhere. Shop on Hill- street, Hun-. Lingdon,Pa. . - - Huntingdon, May. 3 6, 1855..

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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 6 June 1855

\£J^ Every candid reader of the Thintivgdon Jonrnaltrmst a<lrniti .that since Gabe, Jr., has had control of its columns,. i{ has b .^e.n performingabe.ftow .ora&^e du. t.iesjof .a.;."drurtimer-in' ; for .the, •KnnwrNoihina's-.!., ' Whigs who are riot of the (lark "lantern gentry, can nb . t.ojxpect their claims ,to be favorably ponsidered-in that : .quartpr durinnp the- coming campaign: • ' Gabe is..one of them, ' and is bound by oath-to oppose all applicants for office who have not:taken a. like oath;. Have the Whigs of old Huntingdon, those who continue io stand putagajnst Knovr-Nothingism " , an organ in. the ' county ? Can they expect justice from a sworn eherh' y : ? ¦• •- 1<: T: ' ; -

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Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 6 June 1855

STATIONARY DAGUERREIAN GALLERY. E P. PRE'jlTYMATNr takes, this metiibd to , inform tlio citizens of .Huntingdon and all others, that he has permanently located in Huntingdon , where he will be pleased to attend to all that ca.lj op htm for good and never "fading pictures. • ; ' ' ¦ Gallery at KaOro' iid sabpse, " where he can . be found at- all' hours, between & A. M. and 5 P. M.. Pictures warriu:ted correct or no charge. • , . - v- ¦•'- .. Mr. Prettyman giiiiruntces to g ive " full' satis * , faction.to all' that patronize ' him ; all shall ba' pleased "with hi& pictures or no charge. . //untingdon, iyTny 1, 1855.' . - .'. '• ; ' ,

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Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 6 June 1855

Notice is; Serieby Given, to; tlie ' Officers of, tiie BCuhtingdon County A'gri' cultural Society, , ' . ' tM-IAT a meeting of the Executive Committee, of said society, will be held at the Court House in tho. borough of,,Hpntingdqn, on-Tuesday the 5th of Juney/next at 3 ^ 0'cloc.k P. M. for the purpose of making-; arrangements for luolding an agricultural fair,,,during , the coming fall. . ... As tho Executive Coinrmltee' is composed of the various ofScere of the Society,' .itjs desirable that all should make it suit to attend. . JONATHAN MeVVILLIAStS " Prest. ii.i^A s ^- .. - c : : ; - .- , May 16. 1S55. ' " ' . ¦

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