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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

. Amecdote of.-.the .Czar.—Nicholas, it seems, sn-spite,of,.the anxiety incident to his present position, rnaintai.ns his old . habit of walking the Streets of St" Petersburg unattended. He was lately informed , that a tradesman in a. largeway of-business had insulted a Frenchman without provocation; and he ' immediately sent * for Sim. ' When asked why he'had'insulted-' the man,' he, replied, 'sbeca'ose-I'hst& his' -Tialidni"' < la that'vbur only motive?" "Yes, srre.. " - ( .'T,hen * yc P sshallhavaan opportunity to J gratify.,yqur,ijai'red'. '' I shall,aena you to piri mv army in ih«H?fknea'.MJ '; '•¦" . ;^ ;-¦-•"¦ ;^ >-- ' *- -A'"- -..- - - . ~ .. .. <&g&b. ,&eh. Cass. The veteran statesman, Gen. Caas, made a speech at Detroit, on the 4tht?3t-., in which he took occasion to allude to thadttaeks made upon him by the- ' Richmond Enqxnrer,, We tike from th' e.-speech - ' the subjoined extract, V(fbich ' is a fair;" specimen ...

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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

-' ¦i' ltSWPfevar too ;late—we . wish you all ,a. happv year. .^^ :^- ';<, ' <>::.: ' _..-....; :.--t,;. ¦ Meeting of the State Coinniittee. • There wa3 quite a full attendance of the members of the Democratic State Committee ia Phila, on thb 26th inst., and the proceedings: were conducted with spirit and unanimity. The meeting of ihe Committee will, no doubtj produce . ;the happiest results. Mr. Bonham- presided, and ^ , E. B. Chase, of Susquen'anha, acted • as Secretary pro tern.— After a full and free interchange of ojnnion in relation to the present position and duties of the Democratic party, the following resolutions and address were unanimously adopted : Resolved, That the iiu ' mutablc 'truths embodied- in ' oii'r principles', which have' becn'feitWullv and-successfully carried out by. the Democratic p;irty, und by which tlie glory, honor""and •prosperity of-the'eduntry have been upheld and secured,-forbid and .'preclude the" possibility pf our i...

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

, .,[C?*There are nowdn.Indian^ .3.3.88 .rniles of cotKr>Ieted raifroac:. ., . r Thb Latest Foreign JSews. The steamphip Atlantic arrived at New York on Sunday last with Liverpool dates to the 18th, nine days later than previously given. . : -. ,-. . - ' . • '; .The warnew ' siis of no importance. By the debates;in the ' English'Parliament 5?e leara.^Kat-the treaiy.Jwith. Austria isconditioaalj 'arid that it-is, so 1 framed that Austria may, at tho last moment, retire frpm the alliance, without breach of faith. Affairs within and without Sebastopol remain precisely as they were. Occasional shots are exchanged , when a mark presents, but the firing has cea3ed to be conlinuouson either side.' Ail field and- siege operations are suspended by the heavy rains, which haye rendered the roads impassable.- and have fiiled ths trenches of the besiegers with water. The besieged avail themselves-of the respite to repairlheirnrorke. Cholera and scarcity prevail within, the'city. -...

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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

ThsvFam/Journal for 18S5 :. • - ¦ ' .'-• r EDITED BY ¦ .. ' J. L. DARLINGTON, ' " : ' A SSISTED by a corps of the ^ best practical _O_ farmers in Pensylvania. The .Fi'flh Volume of the FARM JOURNAL will commence January 1, .1855. Each ntimbcr will "contain Thirty-two or more Super Royal Octavo pages, printed on superior paper, with new type, and will " be filled with, the best. ', AGrEICULTURAL EEAI>ING 3 ' original and selected, that can be produced-— The Editor and iiis assistants are determined-to render ibis the most Practical Agricultural Work Bxtant, and will utterly discard all theories not attested by PR4CTICAX. experience. , They have obtained the aid of many of the 'best farmers in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland, who will-give tlieir experience through its pages- " ' ' . ' ' " . ' . ' " - . ELLUSTSATIOISrS. Ea,h number will contain several engravings of Improved Stock, Nevv Agricultural Implements, .Choice Fruits, &c ' ., 3JERMS.---(...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

" ,-. ; t'OTi©.Fpx-tvmes of a Day." : , " . "Six Thofisand Dollars Lost in a GambJiog Room. " —About a month.ago it was announced, that a poor' mechanic residing in Cincinnafi ; 'WillisrriL< - Walker-, hadreceived inteliigenGe.ofthe death- of -an ancla ' iu Balliiri' ars, by wKich : he " came into ' the possession of nine thousand dollars, all iri'cash. He irnrriedSatelj':, went " , to . Baltimore , it . is . said, and finding-that he ' could \ not get possession of the money for* six months sold his claim ' for.S' SOOO cash , thus losing SiOOO-. The Cincinnati Gazette says; - - • ¦ • : Overjoyed at the success which iiad attended him. he hastened to his home ' . Five hundred dollars was expended the next day after his return in purchasing 1 new furniture ? &c, for his house. The. old .furniture was sent to Woodruff's,' .and disposed of at auction , the whole being sold for $47, such was its inferior character. Walker , with hi3 little family, rented a house on Lo...

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

, TlIR MOFST35K LUMP . OF GQlit IK SaH Francisco—the-, laugest in.;rHje >7ori,d. —We. copp.y th-o following from the Alta Californian of December 1st: ' ' . An immense lump of quartz.gold . has been found irt -Calavoras . county^ w.eighing. 161 pounds , or 2 , 576 ounces avoiTclupois, Estirnatingit to CMitain.20 pounds of quartz rock , which is. a largq .aljovyaiice jp the.opinion of experienced persons who examined it,,the actual, weight of'the-gold in. .it, .will be" 141 pojirids..or. 2;256.-ounces,, avoirdupois, the value: '* of which, at $.17-25 per ounce^ would be $38,916, This is. the largest nugget of pure gold everfound ^ " n " California' or in the world!" If vvasbrought down ' to" this 1 city yesterday.by Adams & Coy , and will be ' shipped-to ' the Atlantic . States in the steamer of to-day. ' "The proprietors . ' of it were so ' exci ted.by.th.ekgood luck that ' they sat up beside therf treasure night and day on its way here. Mrl "P ertins , one of -th...

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Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

RURAI. PUBLICASIONS. WEEKLY AND MONTHLY. rpiIE subscriber continues the publication of J. his weekly and monthly Agricultural Jour' nals, viz :-THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN—a weekly Journal for the Farm, the Garden and the Fireside—forming two large and beautiful quarto volumes of 416 pages yearly. This journal, which has now been published nearly two years, combines in one large sheet, an Agricultural, Horticulturai. and Family Journal, furnishing, besides its large amount of practical mat¬ ter jn Rural Affairs, in its Fireside. DepartT ment, a choisc collection of articles peculiarly adapted to interest and exalt the-viexvs ' and aims of the Family Circle, together with a careful digest of, the News of ' the Week, and a full report of the Produce and Cattle Markets j and it will bo the constant aim pf the publisher to make it indispensable to the Farmer,-and desirable to.every one who has a. rod of ground to cultivate, or home to beautify—and by devoting its columns to Improvement in...

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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

- J. WEICHSELBAUM, - Optician and' Oculist ' from PHILADELPHIA. T> ESPECRFULLY ' informs the citizens of JQj Huntingdon and vicinity, that he has opena Store at Couts' Hotel, -where he offers for sale SPECTACLES.of every variety, size and quality. A new invention of Spectacles * for distant or close reading, with gold, silver, steel and tortoise-shell frames, and a new and improved as¬ sortment of pcrifocal ground flint Glasses of his own manufacture. He would particularly call the attention of the public to his SPECTACLES for ' near sighted persons, and for persons who have been operated upor\ for the cataract of, the eye, and to his new kind of glasses and Conservers of the sig ht made ot the best flint and azure Glasses. Good Glasses may be known by their shape, exact entre, shape and hig hly polished surface. The qualities are to bo found in a high degree in his glasses. • Also Microscopes, Spy and Quizzing Glasses of every size and quality ; Telescopes, Magnify ing...

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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

MATCHES! MATCHES!! JOHN . DONNELYT" " ' . _' - I&AKtfFACTUilEli^ArjD INVE.VTOS. OP ; SAFETY " PATENT SQUARE ' UPRIGHT WOOD BOX MATCHES. , No. 106 North TQlsRTH Street {above. ' -Hace,) . . .. " FHliADELPHM. , ' ¦¦ . ' MATCHES. hayihg* becotnean indispensable article in housekeeping,' the subscriber aiter.a great sacrifice of''tinie -and<money, is enabled toofler to £he-P<ublic an'article : alonceconsi.' bining Utility and GJicapnessi Tlie inveiitoft knowing the danger ' apprehended on-aCcfeunt of ihoflimsey manner in which Matches are generally, packed- in. paper f •-teas - -by the aid-of New Steam Machinery of his ' -own invention, succeeded in getting up a. safety patent square upright wood box; this box is far preferable, inasmuch that it occupies . no more room than the old round wood box, and contains at least. Two Hundred per Cent more Matches, "which, to Shippers i« considerable advantage ; it-is-entirely new; and secure against moisture and sponta...

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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

, MILCT'AR'Sr NOTICE. '- f' • '"IN compliance" with special orders JL from Brigadier General lii'C.^McGill, ; '-Tpjf - alf : Comniissioneii' Officers of the 4th >^» w Brigade, 14th Division P. M., (Hun-|g|J I tingdon'County) are ordered to meet |p? 3". at Huntingdon on-Saturday. 6th Janu-« u ary 1855,in full uniform, when busiy|j ness relative to the* JJrigade- will bo ¦ Smt . ¦ brought before , the meeting 1 . Puaictu-^-^^v. al attendance is requested. " ¦ ' " ' GEp. ' .W. ' . G^ItRETTSON",, ; Dec. ,19th 1B54..; ' , ' , ' . ' ." . , '' ., '. Major. ', ' , , .. . .;.. NOTICE. -. ' " .,,... ALL persona knowing- themselves to have un. settled accounts .witli the updersigned, will please call and/'mako " settlement by tfic first,of January. After that date the books will'be,jeft for settlement aa I have quit the business. -' " JOS. H. THOMPSejir. Huntingdon,.pec. 19th, 1854. r RAH. ROAD NOTICE. sJV '*'*! • THE'Sto"6kholders " in the ' Hunting. | || |fip k.,^ dW an ' d Broa...

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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

AUDITOR'S NOTICE. rpHE undersigned Auditor, -, appointed by ' th'e _| Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county, to distribute the balance on the aceount of Samuel Thompson and David Porter, surviving Executors of Jane ^ Porter, late of Barrcc township, dec'dil-tb audamohgef. those > legally entitled to the. same, give notice that he " will attend for that purpose at his .office, i in the borough of Huntingdon, on Friday thri oth day of January' A. D. 1854-, when and .where all interested-arenotified to attend. • " ' .'" - . ¦ " " ' . " . '. "' THOS. P. CAMPBELL, A-uditor. . December. 5, 1854. . . ¦ • • ¦ '.: ,' .•: NOTICE.. t "VFOTICE'is'hereby given that-tin application J_N lias been made to the Court "of Coihrrfon Picas of "Huntingdon county by the members of the Presbyterian Cohg»--?jjation of Alexandria and' vicinity, to grant a charter of Incorporation, and to constitute Ihem and -tlieir successors ' a body _politic and corpbrate in law, by the coporatename of the "Alexan...

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Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

B Sl^C!ErAM&'a'l®K Wheheas by a pfeccpt to me directed, dated , at:Huntmgdon, .use- ^5th- day of Nov., A., D. 1854, under the hands-and seais of the Hon, George .Taylor, President of the Court of .Coojmon.Pleas,- Oy-er aad-Tetminer, and gsnerai jail delivery of the. 24th judicial districtof Pennsylvania composed of Huntingdon, Blair -aysd Cambria, and the Hon. Johnathao-McWillisms. Thos. F. Stewart, his associates, judges of ihc county of Huntingdon, justices assigned ^ appointed to hear, try and determine all and every indiclmen-ts made or taken for orconcerning ail crimes, which by the laws of the State are made' capital or felonies of death and other offences, crimes ami misdemeanors, which have been or shall hereafter " be committed or perpetrated for crimes" aforesaid—I am commanded to make' public proclamation throughout my whole baiiwick that a Court of Oyer and Terminer, of Common Please and •Quarter Sessions, will be held atthe Court House in the borough of ...

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

. J- RSG-ISTER'S NOTICE. ivTOTICE is beret y given to all persons interj_\ ested, that the following named persons have settled their accounts in the Register's Ofl fice at Huntingdon, and that the said accounts will be presented for confirmation and allowance, at an Orphan's Court to be held at Huntingdon in and for said county of Huntingdon, on Wednesday, the 10th day of January next, I855,towit: li James Cree, Guardian of Caroline Walker, - minor child of James Walker, dee'd, 2. Samuel McVitty, Esq., ' Executor of the last will and' testanient of-James B. Pergrhi, late of the borough of Shirieysburg, dee'd. 3. George W. Speer and James McIIdufF, Administrators of Robert Speer, late of the borough of Cassviiie, dee'd. : .4. Samuel Campbell and 51. P. Meplure, Esqrs., Administrators of J. H. W.-McGinnes, late of Dublin township, dee'd. 5. Joseph Law, 1 Guardian of Harriet Crain, one of the minor children of Evan Crain, late of Morris tovvnship, ^ dec'd. 6. J. Scwell Stewart, Gu...

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

Ihe Chambefsburjg and Mount Union ' ' ] ' - Stage Tjiiie^ R^yiye. ci. rpHE undersigncd.a-svare ' ^-i ^j^. —su- L': the lirie'of Stages . 6vor flic ' J^^^^^^^^^^^ road between Chambers- *®®E5sSEs@SS3Ss5£S> burg and Mt. Union cannot but be disadvantageous to a large section of country, has, at considerable expenses and trouble, ' made arrangements to run " a Line of Stages Tri. ' w.eekly between the two points. Good • Horses " arid comfortable ^ Stages have been placed on the route, an^esjSerianced and; trusjy • drlvcra;\rill superintend the. rjinning. of. the Coaches. The pro¬ | prietor of-thi line is'^des'irotts that it'bV'tn 'aintained,und he therefareVarnestly calls upon the public generally to'patronise] it, coTifident thai; it will be for 1 their- mutual-itdv-aiitngeL - -Every atr tefttiontfe^essaty -wiU &&• given', aad ; theTtmnin|; of the Stages "will be regular.- - - - •" •• - : • ' ; ¦ ' '• ' • " . EP;Stages leave. Mt-> Uhira. cvdry Mondeyi ...

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

. TH-ESlSTFPEKtBKS AMONG THE PoOK IS PHILADELPHIA. —The Suffering among the poor in Philadelphia is very great at present , and •it is feared many will die of starvation before spring. "At a meeting of the,Board,pf Managers of the Union Benevolent Association held on Wednesday evening last , a report was read,.from which we make the following ex. iract:— "The demands upon the society, at this time are unprecedented.. Three hundred and twenty-seven tons of Coal wt'ie distributed during 1 he.past month; which is equal lo or.e third of the, whole distribution of Jast year ; and this earlier in the season than it is eustojnar'y for the " society to commence giving out fuel! The suffering- , too, is mostly among the industrial and better classes of the poor, who have been thrown, out of employment by the preesure.of the times,. many of whom would rather starve than beg. Visitors say they find whole families of little children entirely. without fire or beds to sleep upon : and sometim...

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

To the Honorable the Judges of the Court of Quarter Sessions of the . Peace, in_and.for the county of Huntingdon. ¦ HP HE petition of James A. Bell of West,town-J. ship in the county aforesaid, humbly sheweth, thai your petitioner has provided himself with materials for the accommodation of travel, lers, at that well known tavern, stand, (formerly kept by. James McMurtrie. as the Green Tree Hotel) in the township and county aforesaid, ' and prays that your Honors will be pleased to grant him a license to keep a public house of entertainment, and your 'petitioner will ever pray. " JAMES A. BELL ' . We the subscribers, citizens of West township, do certify that the above petitioner is of good repute for honesty and temperance, and also having a. knowledge of the house for which" the license is prayed, do certify that such a house is necessary for the accommodation and entertainment of the public, and strangers, travellers, &-c. We therefore beg leave to recommend him to yo...

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Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

Books! Books!! WaH Paper!!! nn C\f\(\ VOLUMES of new and popu-/CXJtXJ\J\J lar books—the subscriber has just received from Boston, New York and Phil - adelphia, comprising.the greatest £^WlWp® g, Variety and most extensive siotkj/fcSMiSIISw ever brought to the interior of tlic v^li-j^p^y State. His STATIONERY is also' of great variety and superior quality,'in'part a-s follows: Letter, Cap and" Note Paper,-Gold and Steel Pens,- Inkstands, Bian* and- Time Books, Diaries for 1855, <fcc. Also,.H'arpcr's,-Putnam's, Godey'sand Graham's- 'Magazines, received every month as soon as out. 200D'copies of tlie 1 books recommended by the Teachers-Institute and Board of Directors of the ' county:.Greenliefs Arithmetics and-Algebrq gown's Spellers, and Swan's Readers. 3600'Fayson & Dunton's Boston Copy Books, being- the best system as well : as the best executed books-ever offered to the public, for sale, at lowest-wholesale prices. 1000" pieces Wall Papcr.frbm 9' to 13c for com....

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Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

New and Cheap Toys, Dolls, &c. French a ' ird German Fancy Goods. Articles for Confectioners , Dritggists'and Tobacconists , lower than ever aiid in - geater variety. "J7ANCY BASKETS plain, embroidered and jj painted. Toys of Wood, China, Lead, Tin &c.,- over. 100 patterns. Kid, Wax, Jointed, China, Crying" and Dressed Dulls, Doll Heads with teeth, moving- Eyes, etc. Harmonicas, Accordcons, Violins, Jewsharps, Trumpets Fancy Boxes, Cornets, Bonbon Papers ifec^for Confectioners, Alabaster Jewelry Boxes, Inkstands, Watchstands &.c.,- Biscuit Figures,'Inks, Jew. elry Boxes, Cologne &c, Toilet Bottles'arid Vases of China, Bohemian Glass,' Druggists .Fancy Articles, Perfumery, Teeth Brushes, 1 Tobacco and SnuiF Boxes, Scgar Cases, Tinfcif,-German, Pipes of China &c, over 100-Pattern ' s, Marbles, Percussion Caps,;Slates and Pencils,'also cases of Toys well assorted at $5,. ^10, S20 and S40 per casc ^ with an endless vaiietyof newest styles of f...

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

EOOf S AN-D SHOES, The Best Assortment- ever brought to I£tmtLugdoii/, " . ' . . ' KE-.po.blic are informed that LEVI WI2STBRO.OIv has ' .jus ' t^ .opened at his store, tho best selected assortment ' of V Ladies' axo Gexti-e.iien's Boots and Shoes ever brought.to Fluntingdon—in part as follows: Men's Double-soled Calf Boots, Men's Water-proof Hunting Boots, Men's Heavy- .Doubte-soled Water-proof Boots, Boys' Fine arid Ccnxrse Boots , .. Ladies '' Congress Gr&itors, Ladies' French Morocco Gaitors , Ladies' Goal and Morocco Boots- , Guni Shoes of all Kinds,. together with a. general assortment of Ladies* Shoes and Slippers.. Also, Misses' a.ijid ChiL dren's best quality of Boots and Shocs~Canvas Valises, Hats, &.e., &c. My old customers, and the public generally, are requested to call and examine iny new stock. LEVI WESTBROOK. Huntingdon, Nov. 14, 1S54.

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