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Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 13 June 1855
ORPHANS' COURT SALE. BY virtue of an Order of the Orphans' Court of 1/untingdon county will be exposed to public sale on the premises, on Saturday the 23d day of June next, by public vendue or outcry, the following real estate, lale Ihe estate of Jonathan Fink, kle of Penn township, deceased, viz : A TRACT OF LAND, .situate in Penn township aforesaid, in the count y' of Huntingdon, and fclate of Pennsylvania, adjoining lands of Joseph Norris, dee 'd., the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River, and others, containing; about 700 Acres, more or lessabout three hundred acres of which is mountain l.-md, on ivliich is erected various improvements (excepting a small lot ami house on the same for the widow, which is not to be sold.) The above land is of excellent quality', and deserves the attention of persons wishing- to purchase real estate. It will be offered in a whole (except the part reserved for the widow as aforesaid,) or in parcels to suit purchasers, and as the seme rnuy sell m...
Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 13 June 1855
^e JOHN FRISCH, £2? Ek WATCH MAKER, Cair be found at E. SNARE'cs Jewelry Store. All \Vork warranted. mh 13, '55. If You Want to feel Comfortable, CA LL at H. ROMAN'SClofhing- Store, where you can get a new suit for less money than you can get the tame for at any house in Philadelphia. April 24, Just Received and for sale, Mackcrel, Shuri, Herring-, Trout and Cod Fish by J .&. W. SAXTON. Horse Shoe and Nail rod Iron just received and for sale by CUNNINGHAM & DUNN. Crocks ! Crocks !!—A well selected lot of Earthen Ware just received and for sale hy CUNNINGHAM & DUNN. Job Printing, OF all kinds neatly and expeditiously executed at the Globe Office. "TTTheat by the Bushel and Flour b£ \ V t* 1® Barrel, for sale at the cheap new store of CUNNINGHAM & DCKN.
Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 13 June 1855
AUDITOR'S WOT5CE. ' "HUE undersigned auditor appointed by the £Orphan 's Coiirt of Huntingdon county to distribute certain balances remuinining in the bands of Charles Duff and Reuben Duff Administrators of John Duff, dee'dand Trustees ap - pointed by said Court to make sale of his real estate, amongst those entitled to reecive the same, hereby gives notice , that lie will attend for the purpose of making said distribution on Monday the second day of July next, at oneo'clock P.. M. at his office in the borough of Huntingdonwhen and where all persons interested may attend <tc JOHN REED, Auditor. May 30, 1855. J. W. THOMPSON, ATTORNEY AT I , AW, And Commissioner for Pennsylvania, D-AVEETPGRT, ZOWik, A TTENDS to buyingselling- and locating l\ Land and Land Warrants, pays taxes, loans money on real estate security on conimission, examines and makes abstracts of title <Ste. Any business intrusted will be attended to promptly ajid with fidelity. Refer to Hon. George Tayl...
Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 13 June 1855
Tribute of Respect. An all wise God, having sent the angel of death to remove a Brother from our midst—a Brother loved and esteemed by us all; while we bow in humble submission to the will of Him " who doctli all things well, " we deem it right to mingle our fraternal sympathies with the sor. row of his family and friends, and to express our own feelings upon this afflicting Providence —therefore, ResolvedThat the brethren of Standing Stone Division No. 17, Sons of Temperance express their sincere sorrow in being called upon to follow to the grave our BrotherDoctor Jacob Hoffmana Brother so consistent in liis prac - tice, so fraternal and courteous in his inter - course with his fellow men, and so upright and exemplary in nil the relations of life. ResolvedThat we tender our earnest sympa. thius to his bereaved family and friendsin the deep affliction which has come upon them. ResolvedThat us a mark of respectwe proceed in a body to attend his funeral, and that the members of th...
Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 13 June 1855
MILL OWITEHSTAEB NOTICE. r |^H AT the subscriber has made ev<ry impor-|_ tant mprovement iu Direct Action Water Wheels and has several of them in succesiful use in (-enlre and MifJlrn counties lo drive Gri:-t and Saw Mills, and have given general satisfaction in every instnnre. They aierecommenilable for rheir simplicity, cheapness nnil durability, being maile ofir«m and ousting 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 can he put to saw mills and grist mills without much cost for timber &c Being 0'irii-tanlly engaged in the mill wripbt bubines;i with a force of hands always at h»nd I can put in one must any timn. or do any other w.'ik in thutline in the ni'St modern improved style at very reusonable rates. l'rice for putting in wheels at saw or grist mills. lr>75. and boa id, timber and casing found. All other jobs of rnillwrightiag done to order at shosl notice,— ha...
Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 13 June 1855
P RO CL AM A.1ION. TTTHEREAS the act of assembly of the VV 27lh day of March A. D. 1855 has greatly extended the limits of the borough of Huntingdon, and whereas all the laws now in force relating to the said boroughand the by-laws and ordinances thereof are extended to the territory included in the new limits of said borough, and whereas the citizens may' not be informed of the new relation in which they are placed in regard to the premises-Notice is therefore given to all -wlion" 1 ; ' may concern, that" the borough ordinances, general. 1}-and more especially those relating to hogs and dogs running at largein said borough, will be strictly enforced from and after the first day of June next.' By said ordinance the ownersol dogs are required to pay a dog taxand dogs running at large, without being- muzzled, are to be killed and their owners fined, and hogs running at hirgearc to be seized and sold by the high constable. All the good citizens are here, by enjoined to conform to s...
Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 13 June 1855
For the People SOMETHING NEWlN HUNTINGDON. Mineral Wafer & Sarsapaiilla Juniata Bottling Establishment, SHSJKTTIlVGDOar, PA. "J^REDERICK LIST respectfully informs the _£_• citizens of Hunting-don and adjoining coun. tips, that he has commenced the business of bottling- MINERAL WATER and SARSAPARILLA, and is prepared to supply all who may wish to deal in the articles, at reasonable wholasale prices. His establishment is on Railroad street, one door east of Jackson's Hotel, where orders wil! be thankfully receivedand promptly attended to. Orders by mail will receive his early attention. Huntingdon April 11,1855.
Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 13 June 1855
MARBLE YARD. ¦V17ILLIAM WILLIAMS, would respect-VV ful'y ca " the attention of the citizens of Huntingdon and the adjoining counties to the stock of BEATJTIFTJT, MARBLE now on hand. He is prepared to furnish at the shortest notice, Monumental Marble, TombTables and Stones, of every desired size and form, of ITALIAN OR EASTERN MARBLE, hijrhly finished, and carved with appropriate devices, or plain, as'may suit. Building MarbleDoor and Windoto Sills, &c, will be furnished to order. , , W. W. pledges himself to furnish material and workmanship equal to any in the country, at a fair price. Call nnd se&, before you purchase elsewhere. Shop on I]ill street, Huntingdon, Pa. Huntingdon, May 1G, 1855.
Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 13 June 1855
PHILADELPHIA MARKETS Monday, Juno 11, P.M. The Flour market is dulland prices 12h cents per barrel lower. Sales of 200 barrels standard brands, for export, at $10,62^, and small lots for home consumption at 810,75 a 11,12^ per barrel for standard and better brands, $11,12.J a 11,25 for extra and fancy brands at higher quotations. Rye flour is scarce and held at S8. Corn meal is dull, we quote Pennsylvania $4,87J, and Brandywine at S5.12J per barrel. Grain—The demand for wheat lias fallen off, but there is not much offering-, and prices re - main without change. Sales of 300 bushels good red at S2G0500 bushels prime do. at $2. 65, and a small lot of white at S268 per bushel. Rye is scarce and wanted at SI68. Corn has again declined 2 cents per bushel—sales of 4 a 5000 bushels Southern und Pennsylvania, yellow at SI07 afloat, and 31,65 in " store Oats nre in limited demand—1000 bushela prime Pennsylvania sold at 59 cents per bushel, afloat.
Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 13 June 1855
DIED, Afler a short but severe illnesson Sunday' evening the 20th ult., Mr. Joseph Reed, of Shavers Creek, in ibis county, in the 58th year of his age. On the 2d inst., near Shirleysburg-, at the residence of her son-in-law, A. L. Funkof a long- endured disease, and the infirmities of old age, Matron Catharina. Winters, aged 84 years less ten days. On the 1st inst., near Mt. Unionafler a protracted illness, Mrs. Nancy, consort of Henry Snyder, at an advanced age. On the 2d inst., at the County Poor House, a pauper named John MvEJts, from Morris township, aged about 45 years. In this borough on Thursday morning the 7th inst.Doctor Jacob Hoffman, in the 5i)th year of his age.
Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 13 June 1855
STATIONARY DAGUERREIAN GALLERY. jn P. PRETTYMAN takes this method to J_j, inform the citizens of .Huntingdon and all othersthat lie lias permanently located in Huntingdonwhere lie will be pleased to attend to all that call oi? him for good and never fa. ding pictures. CUnlIci-y at ItaiSIroad Mouse, where he can be found at all hours between 8 A. M. and 5 P. M.. Pictures warranted cor. rbel, or no charge. Mr. Prcttyman guarantees to give full satisfaction to all thai patronize him ; all shall be pleased with his pictures or no charge. Huntingdon, May 1, 1855.
Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 13 June 1855
X AMER COATS, j j " Pants, " Vests, at 87. J > and upwards, AT II. ROMAN'S Clothing Store. ~~ ACCOMMOMTIONLDJEi r"PHE undersigned would respectfully inform J the travelling- public that they have hacks running from Cassville to Mill Creek, twice a week, leaving Cassville at 7 A o' clock on Monday and Friday, and returning- same day. Their hacks are good, their drivers careful, and persons travelling- this route will do well by giving them their patronage, HAZZARD &, CROUSB. June 13. 1855-lin.
Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 13 June 1855
ABBJTOR' g NOTICE. r PIIE undersigned auditor appointed by the J. Court of Common Ple.is of Huntingdon countyto distribute the ptocceds of the Slier. ifPs sale of the real estate of Matthew Crown, over, Esq., amongst those entitled to receive the same, hereby gives notice to all tiic parties interested that he has appointed Saturday the 30lli day of Juno next at one o'clock P. M. at his office in the borough of Huntingdon, for the hearing of said parlieswhen and where all Per. sons interested may attend &c. JOHN REED', Auditor. May 30. 1855.
Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 13 June 1855
AKIDETOR'S SOTTSC HP HE undersig-ncd auditor appointed by the J. Court of Common Picas of Huntingdon county to distribute the balance in the hands ef David BlairEsq.assignee of Simon Lcvi, amongst those entitled to receive the samehereby gives notice to all the parties interested that he will attend for the purpose nf making said distribution on Friday the 6th day of July next at one o'clock P. M\, at his offiicc in the borough of Huntingdon when and where all persons interested may attend &,c. JOHN REED, Auditor. ' May 30, 1855.
Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 13 June 1855
MARRIED On the 22d ult.noar Edward Furnace, Shirley township, by Elder John G. Glock, Samuel Panebeckeu, of Juniata county, and Elizabeth Riiorer, of Huntingdon county. On Tuesday June 5th, by Rev. S. Wesley Price, Capt. Levi Evans of Coalmont, Pa., to Miss Mary Keithdaughter of Mr. Adam Keith, of Trough Creek Valley. At Wilkesbarree, on TuesdayMay 39th, by Rev. John DorranceB. Fullekton MilksM.. D., of Peoria, 111., to Sallie P., daughter of James Hancock, Esq.
Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 13 June 1855
I'Mfacieipliia, ApnJ Xo, ; o5-3t. lOOpOOOSEWslViNTED; AGENTS wanted to canvass every county in the United States, for a new book, entitled "PERILS AND PLEASURES OF A HUNTER'S LIFE." This work is full of thrilling incidents, and hair breadth escapes, in various parts of the world. Annexed arc a few extracts from the table of contents : Baiting an Alligator. Morning among the Rock j' Mountains. A Grizzly Bear. Fight, und terrible result. A journey and hunt through New Mexico. Hunting in the forests of Brazil. Chase oi ' Bhinoceros ; chase oi' an Elephant. A Boa Constrictor, a Tiger, a Lion. Terrible Conflict. Hunting the Tiger with Elephants. A Wild Hog Hunt in Texas, &c-, &.C. The above will give some idea of the contents of this book, which is a large ISnio.of over 300 pages, illustrated with finely colored plates, and handsomely bound,and is sold at the low price of $1 for which a specimen enpy will be sent by mail, post-paid to any part of the country. Agents wil...
Id=153 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 13 June 1855
W iL T C K 33 S , CLOCKS AKDJEWELEY. (^'^^ pNpl The subscriber, thankful to g^SfijO^asC. his friends and patrons, and to sS^SferssSiii-Ciilhe public generally, for their patronage, still continues to carry on .^$85* ^ at the same stand, one door oiist of illr.|y.7# C. Gout's Hotel, Market street Hunting- |I* ^J[| don, where he will attend to all who^aS will (aver him with their custom; imdu 'so keeps on hand a good assortment of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, <&c, <Slc, all of which he is determined to sell at low prices. Clocks, Watches and Jewell- )' of all kinds, will herep-airc-d at short notice, and having made; arrangements with a good workman, all repairs will be done in a neat and durable manner, and any person having articles for repairing, shall have them done lit the promised time. By paying strict attention to businccs. and selling at low prices, he hopes to receive a nh;ire of public patronage. JOSEPH REIGGKR. $200 REWARD. rPHK public generally, a...
Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 13 June 1855
ARMITAGE'S Electro-Magnet Lightning Rods A FTER many years' close investigation Xa. and numerous experiments, the PuUeiitcc sakesplcasure in informing thc public that he has arrived at the true principles ol protecting families, dwellings and property frcm thc destructive influence of Lightning. The calamities that every City, Town, Village and Country (" sills victim to annually, through the gros-s ncg-lig-once of" its inhabitants, is beyond calculation, especially when the. remedy is so easy to obtain—tins is found in Az'lMitage'a Patent Magnetic Lightning Rods, and in this alone. This Hod lias been examined by the most.scientific gentlemen in the world—Professors M'Murtric, Johnson, Wij 'lor and man}' others Ui<it have examined them, recommend ami spuak of them in the hif-hest terms of approbation, and have pronounced them the only safe rods in use in this or any other country, for thc protection of Lives and Properly.— One advitntiigc is to divide and throw hack n par...
Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 13 June 1855
SPRING AND SUMMER BOOBS. SEBA§T©I»O&. WOT TASS.EX I J. & W. SAXTON, HAVE just received from PhilanVijiijia the handsomest assortment af Goods ever offered to t'ic citizens of this place, and al lower prices than can be got at nny other house, consisting as follows : — DHBS GOODS, such as Summer Silks, Challeys, Berages, Lawni, &c, &c , FOR THE LADIES, Callicos, Ohimnzetts, Undor-sleeves, Lace* and the greate>t varieiv of dress Trimmings in town. BOOTS AND SHOES of cverv variety such as fine Bouts, Ladies' Gaiters, Misses' Gaitors and Slipper-, Ladies' Buskins, and a great variety ot Children's Boots anJ Shoes. HATS AND CAPS, bucIi as white Silk, blark Silk. Kossuth Huts oi every variety. Panama and Straw Hats, and a beautiful nsso-tment of Bonnets, English, Straw, Brade, Silk an>l Crane Bonnets, Bloomer Hats and Flats for children. HARDWARE AND QUEENSWARE, of every variety and at lower prices than evt-r. Cloths, Cassirners and Summer...
Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 13 June 1855
HOSFORD & MILLER, GESJ33RAJL. EL4KBJ AGESTS, "Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa, A RE prepared to transact any business perjfX taining to the purchase and sale of land, or Town Lots, investigation of titles, transfers and conveyances generally. We have located ourselves in thc inferior for that purpose and will personally survey and carefully examine any tract of hmd within our reach, give correct and prompt information concerning Congress Lands in the Duhuque and Des Aloincs Land Districts, in any oi' the surrounding counties, especially on the pioposed lines of Railroads from Dubu^ui; West and the Ced.ir River Valley Railroad. Persons wi.-hing to make safe investments by having careful svleelions made woulddo well to address or give us a call. Lands located on time for settlers. Payment of tuxes punctually attended to. Township plots of hi test date always on li.Miid. 36,900 Acres of choice Farming L;md, for sale from S'3 toSS per acre. AJ.so several small lols of timber ...