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Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
How to Secure a Long Life.—Rabbi Sera was asked b y his disciples how he obtained such a long life. "Never," he answered " was I-easily excited in my house ; never did I precede him whom I thought greater in honor and station ; never did I think of the law in an unclean place; never did I walk four yards without sludjing on some part of it; never did I sleep or slumber in a house where they taught the Word of God; never did I rejoice at an evil which happened to my neighbor; and never did I call any man by a nick-name given to him in derision or sport. " "The First Shall be Last. "—The Evansviile (Ind.) Journal , says that an old gentleman aged sixty-five years, was married a few days ago, in Knox county, in tfw.t State , to his sixth wife, and has only married five women. His first wife is his last wife, and she is now in her forty-fifth year- She has been married three times, anil her first husband is her last husband.
Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
Juniata Academy amd Female- Seminary, At Shirley gburg, Huntingdon county. Pa. ' Seminary—Rev. Jas. Campbell, A. M., Principal. Academy-—Hugh J. Camabeia, A. M.ro.nd A C. Fendaw., Principals. "" r PHE winter session of these schools opens on X Wednesd%! Nov. 7 th r and continues five months. _ . Terths : —Seminary. Board", light, fuel and tuition—per session SSS. Off Music with ase of instrument, per quarter, 8,00 Terms—Academy. Board, room-rent, fuel and tuition; per session . - 52,00 Modern languages—"per session 5,00 Fainting, and drawing—per quarter, 3,00 to 5,00 Incidental expenses , 25 For circulars or information,- address the Principals. Oct. 17,185*-3m- ,
Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
BLANKS! BLANKS r f BLANKS! f A full assortment for sale at the "Globe". Office. Deeds, . . ¦ Summons 5 , Ex' s, and Trtjs. Deeps , Executionsj Mortgap-es, ¦ . Subpoenas, Bonds . , with aricl without waiver, Warrants, Leases, Attachments, , , Committments , Agreements for the safe of Real Estate, Notes relinquishing all benefits of exemption laws. BEAUTIFUL assortment of Cutlery of _£X_ American M'anufacturejjust received and for sale by J=. & W. SAXTON. ,\ beautifal 1 assortment" of Blankets,largaand JX small, for sale by J-&. W. SAXTON. COD Fish,- Macheral, Herring &c, just reeci. v©d and for sale by J- & W. SAXTON.
Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
FOR SALE. ' PUE Cross Roads Foundry prop. tfrffBZZam* X erty, late the property of Henry (dMn™i^?? Bratton, Warriorsmark townshi p,||piffi|pgll Huntingdon county, Pa., einbra-j§||y^§||pj|| cing a large two story frame dwelling house, ¦Store house and lot, with a commodious frame Foundry building and lot, all in good order and in a good location, being situated in the neighborhood of the Juniata Iron Furnaces , and an extensive farming community. The said property is also admirably adapted for an extensive carriage manufactory, and the wants of the community require an establishment of that kind. The situation and property is a very desirable one for either of the above businesses Terms will be made to suit purchasers, and if not sold will be rented. Inquire of BENJAMIN F. PATTON. Agent, Warriorsmark, Jan. 11, 1855.
Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
AUDITOR'S NOTICE. Estate of Dr. David Diller dee'd. fPHE undersigned Auditor, appointed by the X Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county, to distribute the balance on the account of Benjamin F. Patton and John T. Mathias, administrators of Dr. David- Diller, late of Warriorsmark township, deceased, to and amongst those legally entitled thereto, hereby gives notice thai he will attend for that purpose at the Court House in Huntingdon, on Tuesday the 12th day of February next, at 3 o'clock, P. M. when and w.here all persons are required to present their claims against said firm, or be debarred from coming in for a share of the same. TKEO. H. CREMER, Auditor. Jan. 16—4 t.
Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
Increase in 1854, - - - 1 , 709,610 These comparisons show that the decrease in the export of brearlsluffs has been general , and that the falling off in the inspections and export of flour at Baltimore, to which we had occasion to refer in making up our annual statement , has been shared in by all the ports of shipment. The figures also show that the stock of floui and wheat in the country must still be large, the acknowledge shortness of the crop not being equal to the reduction of our exports. Against this we. however, must see the fact, that the demand for our breadstuffs in 1853 began on a full stock , whilst at the opening of September , 1854 , the quantity on hand was much reduced.
Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
. A FARM FOR RENT. A Farm in Licking Creek valley, about four miles from Bell's mills and two from Bell's furnace, containing 450 acres,—about 50 acres cleared—two good orchards of* grafted fruit—the whole place well watered, and a. large stream of water running through the centre of the place. The soil is good for raising any kind of grain. The place will be leased for five years, the rent to be applied to improving the property. For further particulars inquire of the subscriber in Newton Hamilton,- Pa, Possession given on 1st of April next. JEREMIAH NORRIS, Jr. Jan. 18, 1855—2 m.
Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
OTOTICE AI/L> persons knowing themselves to have unsettled accounts with the undersigned, will please call and make settlement by the first of January. After that date the books will be left for settlement as I have quit the business. JOS. H. THOMPSON. Huntingdon, Dee. 19th, 1854-—
Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
Last Message pr William Bigler, Q-dvBRNOR OF PENksYLYANiA. Rea<2 in fcha legislature, Friday, Jan. 5 ..[CONTINUED SilOM tAST WEEK..] The councils of Philadelphia, by an ordinance passed in October, 1352, dedicated the necessary ground in Independence Square, to the erection of a monument commemorative of the Declaration of Independence ; and tendered the possession of the premises ' to the representatives of nine or more of-the original-States. Since that time , the States of New York, New.Jersey,.New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Connecticut Georgia and Pennsylvania , have signified their willingness to accept the proposition on the terms indicated by the councils, and to participate in this patriotic work. Delaware , Maryland , Virginia and the two Corblinas. have taken no action on the sub¬ ject. I cannot refrain from again expressing ray unabated solicitude for The 'success of this movement. If American history furnishes a single event which is worthy of commemoration b}...
Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
JOJI.V SCOTT. sA M „ - ,.,. T . n Koiy K ' SCOTT &BRWVK , "- '*" ¦? ATTORJfEYS Ai 1 LAW, , HUIfTIKGDoN , P^. O^ M^Scott " 10 as , tluit;fornleiI y occupied! , ..Hantingdon- ,O.ct. IT, 1853. - . ¦ .-^OMM'M. Fm-(0)W]13LIt, " . .A^TOHLBT^y' ATi'AW" •' trusted t^^co^. ^ H.un.ip^^^^^-v ^ ' ' ' " ' T; l» C:4[' MPi5Ek,lii"" r ' 7"r ~ "Under Temperance ^talFSroT^ -17 '•' • "" " jV/r^KEREL/Trdut/M-Iams and Shoulders el, <fcc.v&e., now on hrind arid forsafcaf-^ ' • ¦ LONG & DECKER'S Cheap Grocery i-l -stjyo^ i.Kpss .utlL.HatL, ofvtffftTjs-stVles and qualities-wiJl . be sold Jo^v.;at'the-/S p beautiful assorUrient of fhricy cassirnerc ¦iX cl.othK .stiininerwarc, for men " arid boys—Also, carpb ' t-biiffs &c,-&e., just refceived and lor sale by ^ - ^ ^ ' " •J: ! . &i;W ; . SAXT.QN Si ILK dress patterns, bere£e dclartes,'t)SIi^ ? lawns, of every variety and-color, ju^t ro ' ccived by . , . ,, j. . & Wi SAXTON; £0(1 FFpP °t V a»...
Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
REMOVAL dlotMrm! Clothing! Clelhing The largest and best selected stock of Ready-made Fall and Winter Clothing, Ever offered lo the. citizens of. Huntingdon . county. , ¦; . ¦ ¦ - - IF~you-wish to get a cheap and faslriouablc rsuitof-clotliing--at 30 per.cent, less than 3'ott elsewhere can procure them, then go to the cheap Clothing Emporium of HENRY ROMAN, opp' jsitc^Couts' Hotel, in Market Square, Huntingdon, Pa.,.whore you will find Ready made Clothing 1 Jn any quality, made of sound materials, and in the most fashionable style aud at rates immeasurably below any other establishment in this vicinity, where it is considered that the " nimble six-penec is Jar prcferableto the slow ' shilling 1 ,"' u.hd where, for goad fits; fine material s fashionable stylc'an : d'fitiish;,"hc-cant bo : bcat. "' " ¦ ' ' ' ¦ ¦ -•>- Tho Kubs-ci-ibcr rcspectiully' ¦invites theattention of his numerous friends and customers and the public in 1 general to-his immense and'well assorted-stock...
Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
ARMIT AGE'S >B-lectro j Magnet ' Lightning Rods \'FTE!i many ' years' cloac investigation _ and numeroiis ' cxporiments, the Pjtt.cnt.cc sakes pleasure in informing the ])uhlic ' thai lie has arrived at the true principles ofprotcrtttng 1 families, dwellings and. propcrtyfrcm tho ' tie stifuctive in'fluc ' nco' of Ltglitning. " The cn.1-ninittcs that every City, Town, Village and Country falls vicfiin to annnnlly, through the gross ubg-iigence of its inhabitants, is beyond calculation, especially when the remedy is so casy.to obtain—this " is found in Arrnitage's Patent Magnetic tiigbtning Rods, and in this alone. Tliis Rod bus been examined .by the most scientific gentlemen in tbe world—Professors M'Murtric, Johnson, Wallor and many others that have examined them, rccom mnnd and speak of them in thc hig-hr- ' st terms of approbation, and have pronounced them the only safe rods in use in this ov any other country, for thc protection of Lives and Property.— One advantage i...
Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
HOSFORD & MILLER, GENERAL ffi^ WO ACIESTS, Waterloo, Black Hav^k Co., Iowa, A-"RE prepared to transact any business perx ' i. taining- to the purchase and sale of land, or Town Lots, investigation of titles, transfers and conycyancca generally. We have located ourselves in the interior for that'purpose and will personally survey and carefully examine any tract of land within our roach, give correct arid prompt information concerning Congress Lands in the Dubuquc and Des Moincs Land Districts, in any of tho surrounding 1 counties, especially on the ptoposcd lines of Railroads from Dubuquc west and the Cedar River ValJ,cy Railroad. Persons wishingto make safe investments by-having careful so. lections madcwould do well to address or give us a call. Lands located on tinie 1 for settlers. Payment of taxes punctually attended to. Township plots of latest date-always on hand. 36,900 Acres of choice Farming Land, for sale from S3 to65 per acre. Also several small lots of timber...
Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
Grocery and Confectionary Store, ¦' ' . .SOITG & ZSHCIZElC "D ESPJECTFULLY informs their friends and Xt >thc.public ia general, that they stillcontinno the Grocery and Confectionary business:, under the Sons of Temperance Hall, on Main street, Huntingdon,, where they have now on hand a full and general assortment of Groceries and Confectionaries, which they will sell wholcsaloanclrctn.il. They Uavjs also an luu\d Bnekcts, Salt, Carpet Bag-s, Fancy Articles, &c.,&.c, &.c., all of which they will sell cheap. ' Country produce taken in exchange.for Goods—thc cash paid wlicn we have no Goods to suit, customers. As we arc determined to accommodate all who-may call at our store, we invite an cxinni. nation and trial of oursiock. LONG & DECKER. Huntingdon, Apl. 19, 1854. . • • $200: REWARD. rj7-I j f E public generally, and the rascals who JL ' somctimcsiricc entered my store nnd removed valuables to thc amount of about SHOO without my per...
Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
J. & W. SAX-TON, HAVE just received from Philadelphia the -handsomest assortment of Pall and Winter G-oods. ' . ever offered in- this place, consisting of Clgthsi Cassinieis, Saltinetts,VestJnss. . • - FOR THB-L ADIBS,: we " have Plaid Silks, worsted Plaids, .and. every variety of Plaid G 'ods, to please the taste of the Ladies; also . Shawls, Sarhery, Ftamiels, Bonnet Silks, Bonnets, and rhe-finest assortment of Cotiirs, ¦ LTnderxleaves Shimar.etts, &c ¦ , &c.-, ever bflereu'-' to the La-iics of this p!ace. • . • : - BOOTS. AND SHOES of every variety- for Boys anil Men, -Ladies'Shoes of every variety, •&.c ,&c. ; ;¦'¦ : HATS AJVD OAPSia beautiful Bssortmenf, of every grade and size.' . • ' • HA«1> WARE .oi^hi ch we hava thc ' Jjest assortment in iown. ' • • » • QUEERS,WARE \ND, GROCERIES, of which.there is-no better for the price. ' ' . Oar stock of. b' il, Olpths^Carpets, &c ' ., is g-ood. T ubsi, - Buckets, .^^IJpjy.waro,...
Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
STA-PFFER. and fiHAR.fc,lSSr. €heap Watelies aad Jewelry, " . dm<g&&@& WHOLESALE and RETAIL 8s~<8M£M2H^ at thc "PliHadelphia Watch ^^^^S^^aand Jewelry Store," No. 96 North ' SEcoNDSTnuET.corner of Qitarrj' . Phila delphia. Gold Levcr-Walchcs , full Jewell 1 S carat cases, - • - - - . . $38 00 Gold Lepines, . . . . 24 00 Silver Lever Watches,fulljcwcllcd, 12 00 . Silver Lcpine, jewels, - - S>'00 Superior Quartiers, - . 7 00 Gold Spectacles, . . . - 7 00 Fine-Silver do. - . . . - 1 50 Gold Bracelets, . . . . 3 00 01 Ladics"5Pencils. - ^ ( JL,adics " xoia fcnciis, - 1 00 ~ Silver Tea Spoons, set, - - 5 00 Gold Pens, with Pcncilantl Silver Holder, ! 00 Gold Finger Ring's, 37.} cents to $80; Watch Glasses,plain, 12J cents; Patent, 183; Lunct,35, ollicrctriicles in proportion. All goods warranted to bo what they arc sole! for. . STAUFFER & HARLEY, On hand, some Gold and Silver Levers and Lupines, still lower thantho. above prices....
Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
JAPAN" CONftU^REJ)!.! NEW GOODS. PETER SVVOOPE, hereby makes known to X fie . citizens of Huntingdon County, Vhnt : he has just ^ returned from Philadelphia and has opened in frame store room lately occupied by Marx ' Israel, near the corner of Hill & Mont. gornery Streets, Huntingdon, Pa-, a large, new, r " 5jfeg ami wcll-assoj-tcd stock of BOOTS AJTD Wf. SHOES, HATS AND CAPS cmbrh. *^» c ' mg fine and coarse Boots, Shoes, Gai. tcrs, Monroes, Tics, &c., for Gentlemen ; and also fine Gaiter Boots, "Buskins', Jenny Linds, and Tics for Ladies. Children 's Coots and Shoes of every variety and fashion. Gentlemen and,'Boys can bo accomod.-ifcd with liats of the latent and jnbst approvedstyle. He lias also a good stock of hosiery, of. ladies, gentlemen and children's wear. He has a good assortment of fresltMahogany Veneers. REMEMBER The "Nimble Sixponccis better than the slow Shilling." Call and be served. Don't forget, the place, near the Corner of Ililland Montgome...
Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
NEW FIRM IN P0RTST0.WN. Grocery, Provision and Peed Store. F, .& G, SGHNEIOER, RE SI D Ey/VFMllsY informs the citivens of f-^ u/iiingdori , boatmen, and . the" public in genera I,far and . near, thpt thoy .have opened a Grocery, l» ro«isiou andFeed J<tore, in-Rprtstown, in tho old stand of Cnnningharn ^t C .ojrjprppst, whore If)cy arc prepared to . accooi|ii 1 o. d,atpaU.who m\y / -;vo,^j. etn, .a ,ca'-l. with., choice i^ub^fitiKi:, PiiovisroA-s, nnd Fbed of .all .kinds .at; prices cheaper than can (bc had at any, oilier pjace for c \ s-tt. All kinds, of Country Produce taken, in exchange for.go.ids. ...-. ' • ' Tiie puhlic cfiiiier.-il ' ly are .requested lo.gLve.qs a call, examine our stuck,and hear our prices. " HaviniT' n good . warehr.USe, they " will " rccei ' yo from arid shi ' p.goods of a!I kind ' s fox any ' point on (he i'enda ' Oauil, . Phi . laJelphia, .B,al,timi>re, Pittshur^. and ntbor places. ' '" '' '" ' '' " . ' jPoustown, April 5, 185-t. ...
Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855
HUNTINGDON FOUNDRY. R. C. McGiLL returns his 'ffpfx&faiar * thanks to- his friends and the P u ' I -sMaJ A '^^!i licfor their very liberal P atroJiage-|p8*J^ffis|£iS and hopes " by-strict attention; tue3Bte^'' a -'ESs business to merit a continuance 6f the same.in all kinds of Castings. Cooking-Stoves, Air-Tighi Parlor, Ten Plate.Wood and.CoalSiovcs of various- sizes; and. all kinds of P loughs: the Lanca?- tpr and the Pl.dak , Barshear.patterns. and Keystone No. 4 Self-shatpening and Hillside Ploughp ancl Shears to.suit ali /kinds of Ploughs in the country; BoIUng-jnill.and. Foigo Casting. Grist and Sawrmill . , .Castings, Leu isio-wn A\ hreshing Machine Patterns, " and the four horse and two horsepower of-Chambersberg pattcrns;and all other kinds of castings too numerous to mention, all of which will be sold cheaper than ev.cr.for cash and . all-kinds o (country produc,©., :A !po, old mettletaken in exchange forcastings. ' R. C. McGILL. Huntingdon, May 28,1853 .