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Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855

BasrxTfwo»ow m^rule;TAiiBJ. a: rpUn undcrsigiiedrcRpcpffull y in' foj;iris F3 . -»• "is frninds and the pnb,licgencr;vlly, iaaai m- Huntingdon and . adjoining counties that lie has established hhnsc-lV Hi fi ur/tingdon, lmving.j u.st reecfvcrffro m Pliilndbl phiuV ' sciected stock of choice ' marble grave'stondsdf eVerv discnption, wliich he will furnis-1,- at very re ducod prices. All ordorsthVough in:,ilHddrcs». cd to tlle undersi gned will bo attended ro with promptness. v - ¦¦ _ ¦¦ :•.• Shop, 3 doors WeefoC A. ~ Wilson's Attorney ^r ° C ' V/ io ; , -' ¦ • ; WMi] WILL1A MS; May IT, 1SG3. ¦ ,,, -. . - a. A. MILLER, D. B. s ' A RXIFICl AL" ' TEETll,.fr.oin qnc ^r^^ -Q~ f 9. «-fyllset, mounted in the most Cffft^wS inl)ii;tived modern style. " ¦ • ^<-Ui&ii* ' Filling:Tiling and Clcanin S \doao with ca ' re and neatness. ' " - ' ¦ . Teeth Extracted with all the base and despatch that modern science can furnish Huntingdon,-March 8,' 1854.

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Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855

Nw's the -time-for-New'Goods, . . AT- 55. I», CJW' JM'S STORE. DP. GW.IN has just opened a new stock of , Goods, consisting of ihe most fashionable Dress Goods for Ladies and Gentlemen, such a-Silks,fancy and black, Bareges, Berege IXtilains, Lawns , Morenocs, Ginghams, and Prints of all Kind*;. Cloths, Uasslmors, Cas-inetts, woolen Good-:, Vestings,. &c. &c. Also. Ribbons, Cloves, Milts, Hosery, Dress-buttons, Veils, Collars. Laces, Fringes, &c. &c. Also, - Flannols, Cotton Flannels, white :and colored; Muslines bleached and unbleached, omi a large variety of other Goods too numerous to mention. "A'so, Groceries, of all kinds. Hats and. Caps, Boots and Shoes, - Carpets, Oil Cloths,-Hardware, Glassware and Queensware. • : «! " ¦ My old customers and as -many- new ones as can crowd in, are earnestly requested to call and examine my goods. All kinds- of Country produce taken in exchange for Goods at the highest market pi-ices. Sept. 2Cth, . 1854. " ...

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Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855

PHlLftDEtraiA --ADVERTISEMENTS REMOVAL. lilGHT ! LIG-HT !! lilGHT 1!! M. B. DYOTT & KEHf HAVE removed to their Now Store and Factory, No. 74 South Second Street Philadelphia, (Five doors below their old stand ;) having, increased facilities, we' offer to Merchants and others, GAS FIXTURES and LAMPS of every description, and at the lowest.Manufacturer's.prices, and unsurpassed in quality or ap: pcarar iec by any in the Country. Our Stock embraces' PyoU's Patent Pine Oil-Lamps, (the best'in the World.) ^Burning- Fluid and Solar Lard-Lamps, Chandeliers, (or Gas, -Pine Oil, Solar Lard, and Fluid, Hall and Patent Spring Hand Lanthorns, Globes, Glasses, Winks, Pino Oil and Fluid wholesale and retail. Merchants and others will find it to tlioir advantage to call and examine our Stock and prices. KF~ Particular aU^nti on g iven to fitting up Churches and other public buildings. . October 3rd,-1854.

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Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855

BANKING PIOUS E :¦ ' ¦ V, : , OF " • " ' " BELL, GARRETTSOX;& CO., On North-West corner- of Ililland Montgomery Streets in ihe borough of _, M. ^i Z^. ' T 13ff Gr D ' p,]ff , ' \ At wlu« , h a.g-en .ercl .Bftnldng^lfiisines is contem->ii- ¦•; . , . . plafcqd tQ( . b . e,clone. • -F\R-AFTS on PhUa«lolpKin, ' Pittsburg- , &c, JL/'^C, always 1 for-sale. • Collections made at the principal pbint3 in theUnited Statcs. - •Money deceived: on; deposit,- payablo on detnand'without interest; rtlso 3, 6, 9and 12 months payable with reasonable ratesof interest thereon MEMBERS ' OP FIRM . - . J. M. Bell . R. Brjpii^foxs, Wji. Jack, Wm M. Lloyd , If pllidayshurg, Pa.; A. P.. ,VV,,i.so.v, X.Ge^ Mius,. . Wm. Dpius, . Jr., Thos. ' Fisher, Wji. V, pRBiso»,,Jonj» Scott,.jA.MEs.:'Gwi;v, OEoy \y.. (j ak.k.-f.tts6n, Huntingdon JPa: ' ' ¦ Ilup'ingdonJPu. July 1^1854 _3j£. ' ¦¦ '

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Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855

W ¦A: T CJ SI B3 S CLOCKS AKDJEWBLRY. __ i~^; ,_. - The subscriber,, thankful to rf r~|<p?yg|||| j ' his friends and"patrons, and to Jjlgwg^llljgljl^ thc public generally,for their patronajrc, still continues, to carry on ^gj^ at thc same stand one door east of Mr.Sstw' i C.Co . iitTsfIotc] ,Marl!ctStrcet,Hui»ting-l *|i|; ' don,-where he willottcnd to all who will,^^a favor kim ' with theii* custom ; and also keeps o;i bund a good assortment of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, &. ' e.,&c, all of which he is determined to sell at low prices. Clocks, Watches and Jewelry of all kinds, will-be repaired at-short notice, *?n.nd having made arrangements with a good workman, all repairs will be done in a neat nnd durable manner, and any person having articles for repairing, shall have them done at .the " pro iniscd time. By paying strictattention to busi. ness, and selling at low,prices, he hopes to re coive a share of publicpii'trcnagel ' ' JOSEPH MEGGER.

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Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855

Dry-G-oods, Clothing, Groceries. &c. Sec At the Cheap Corner , BENJ . JACOBS respectfully ; informs his old customers, Democrats, Whigs, ' and Know-Nothings, and the public in general, that he has just opened a large assortment of Now Goods for full and winter, consisting in part of every variety of IjADIES^D-RKSS' GOODS of- the'latest styles and best qualities ; and'Dry-Goods in general too numerous to mention. LADIES' , SILK BOiVNETTS, twenty-five per cent, cheaper than-ever. -READY-MADE CLOTHING—a large-a* sortment for men and boys. . • < GROCERIES afresh and of all kinds. . - HATS AND CAPS, and BOOT . S and SHOES of all kinds for rricn;women, misses and boys.-QUBHtfSWARE, and all 1 other articles usu. ally kept in a country store. Every body, and thcrest of man and woman kindi-are invited to call arid examine foT llicmsclves. ¦¦ Huntingdon, ScptQGth, 1854.

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Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855

eARRIAG|i AND WAGO^f - MA.N UPACTO R.-YV: ... OWEN" BOAT > tliankfu'i : for''pasf/nvors;re-.spectfully informs the public in. general that he'ha.s rcmos-edto his' new shop oh Wash, ingf^street,'ba''the " property Iatcl 3 ; and 1 for jmariy years occupied by Alex. Cariiion, where he is prepared to rhanufactu ' rc ' a'll kinds of Carriages, Buggies, Rpckaways; Wagons ijnd,,in, shq^t every, l;ind,of . .ychiclc desired. , ^° . cka.\v;iys and .Baggics ' of'amipcrjor m ' anufuc. ,turp;and finish always oii . hand and for sale at fa,Lr prices. " ' " "'' " ' •¦ ' . Repairing-of atl kinds 'done ,it ' the shortest notice and on the most reasonable terms/ - Huntingdon . May 16, i854'.'- ' . "'¦' • ' ¦\

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Id=115 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855

A Valuable Business Stand . in vHuntinsdon, ' '*' "' '' ,,At I^rivafo ' i^ale. rpiIE subscriber ofTers for sale his well life own i. property on Railroad street * near the Depots. -43S\ Thc flwelling is lurgerind vvcllifiniFhtd |> = s for cniivcnionce und comforl ,wild acon-.^iB^LL vcniant store room underthe es.m e roof. Tlieru is ¦: well " of g-ood .water, near (lie door. " Also a good warchouso .fmd other hnprqvcrnpiifB. Persons wishing ' to {mreli.-ise can examine llio property by ciilling upon thp .Kiibscribt'r. Terms.—One half ' in hand,.^nd .the (inlnnrc to suit purchaser. 1 " ,'WM. STEWA."R .T ' ' ' •^flunUng-don, ' Feb. " 14, 18.54. ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' • ' • ¦'-

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Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855

For Sale or Rent. V. r :smallIlidg-eFarm in. West township,about XX 7 miles from Hunlingdon . ' latc the property of- Abraham Evans, containing 110 Acres. ' — j^A 'Tlioirnprovemt are a good Log .House |||g and a smallBarn—about 50 young Apple ,j(^8£Ltrees now bearing fruit bounded.by lands ojt; Samuel Pei ghtal, Gtcnjamiri Corbin aiid Judge Gwiti. This property wip be sold or rented on the most reasonable terms, by ¦ ' ' - : ... , J.&W.SAXl'O^T. Huntingdon-, Angust 22nd, ' , 1854.

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Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855

- ADAMS & COv'S EXPRESS. •K X Siiuontoa,lg't,3.HuntiBgdon. MONET , Packages, aiod Goods of all kinds, received and forwarded at the ' risk ' of the pompany, to'ali;ihc ' eilicVand principal towns in the United States,'

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Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 17 January 1855

Queens-ware—a fine .assortmeritjustreceh • nt the store of ' '- . • . ¦ ' J . •¦¦: LO2v * G;& DECKER. January 3d,I85d,

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855

Hasty Expressions ; or the Perils of Indiscretion. All of us are more or less indiscreet.— There are few who can keep constant watch and guard upon the temper and the tongue. Human nature is erring and fallible at the best, and while it is comparatively easy to preach. it is very difficult to practice. Most of mankind concede that they have frailties air.l infirmities, but few possess the self-control and self possession necessary to check, restrain, subdue and command. There are many who are so thoughtless, eager and im¬ pulsive, that they speak without thinking, and thus often, not only indiscrelely, but with follj", and impropriety. A moment' s reflection and they would have hesitated ; but in this very duty in which they are sadly deficient. An unkind word, moreover a harsh expression, a bitter remark, may be recalled, but its effect cannot be wholly cured or done away with. We may be disposed to forget and forgive, but the memory iti such cases will not yield obedience to t...

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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855

The Marriage Relation. The following sound, clear and Christian views of the marriage relation are taken from a popular work, entitled " Martyria, a LagerKl. " published a few years ago, from the pen of a gifted clergymen: Of enrthly relations, those of husband and wife, parent and child, friend and neighbor, master and servant, constitute much the lar¬ ger portion of man' s happiness, and are more important than any of them, than all others together. It is the observance, the refining. the strengthening of these commonest, these greatest, these primal relations, that happiness is increased, and not in the inordinate accumulation of money, the acquisition of empty fame, or in luxurious indulgences. Happiness is to be attained in the accustomed chair by the fireside, more than in this honorary occupation of civic office: in a wife' s love , infinitely more than in the favor of all human beings else; in children ' s innocent and joyous prattle, more than in the hearing of flatteri...

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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855

"Wait a Minute, Such was the exclamation of one man to another in the street yesterday. " Wait a minute. " For what was hedesi' red to wait—whether to listen lo a dainty bit of scandal, or to transact some item of business, we know not, we only heard the words. " Wait a minute," and we passed on our way, thinking the while, ^ however that we had picked a real pear 1 of a text for future use. " Wait a minute. " The world is much given to waiting. All of us are apt lo loiter in the path of Effort. The leasl obstruction dampens our ardor, and we will sit down to " wait a moment," hoping that shortly some angel will beat down the impediment, and lead us safely forward. It matters not how important may be the work we have to do, the moment an idling brother calls upon us to" wait a,moment," we pause from our labor, and leaving our weapons, let the precious moments slip away unimproved, unsanctified. " Wait a moment. " Not a man of us does not some time or other put up his cry. Duty...

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855

Domestic Happiness. Ah ! what so refreshing, so soothing, so satisfying, as the placid joys of home ! See the traveler—does duty call him for a season to leave his beloved circle ? The image of his earthly happiness continues vivid in his remembrance, it quickens him to diligence, it makes him hail the hour which sees his purpose accomplished, and his face turned towards home; it communes with him as he journeys, and he hears the promise which causes him to hope— " Thou shalt know also that thy tabernacle, shall be in peace, and thou shalt visit thy tabernacle, and not sin. " Oh the joyful re-union of a divided family—the pleasures of renewed interview and conversation after days of absence ! Behold the man of science—he drops the laborious and painful search—closes his volume—smooths his wrinkled brow—leaves his study, and unbending himself, stoops to the capacities, yields to the wishes, and mingles with the diversions of his children. Take the man of trade—what reconciles him...

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855

Masrirns for a Young Man. Your character cannot be essentially inju red except by your own acts. Always speak the truth. Keep good company or none. Make few promises. Live up to your engagements. Have no very intimate friends. Keep your own secrets, if you have any. When you speak to a person 5 look him in the face. < Good company and good conversation are the very sinews of virtue. Good character is above all things else. Never listen to loose or idle conversation. You had better be poisoned in your blood than your principles. If any one speaks evil of you, let your life be so virtuous that none will believe him. . Drink no intoxicating liquors. Ever lives, misfortunes excepted, within your income. When you retire to bed, think over what you have done during the day. Never speak lightly of religion. Make no haste to be rich, if you would prosper. Small and steady gains give competency with tranquillity of mind. Never play at any kind of game. Avoid temptation through f...

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855

A Good Time Coming. The love for others and for the race is as much a part of human nature as the love of self; it is a common instinct that man is responsible for man. The heart has its oracles not less than the reason, and this is one of them. No practicable system of social equality has been brought forward, or it should, and it would have been adopted. It does not follow that none can be devised. Thera is no necessary opposition between labor and intelligence. To elevate the masses, they themselves must have culture to know their rights, courage to assert them, and self-re¬ spect to take nothing else. The good time is coming when the spirits of humanity will recognise all members of its family, as more equally entitled to its care: when the heartless jargon of over-production in the midst of want will end in a better science of distribution ; when man will dwell with man as with his brother when political institutions will rest on t he basis of equality and freedom. But this...

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855

Co-operation of the Wife. Nc man ever prospered in the world without the co-operation of his wife. If sha unites in mutual endeavors, or rewards his labors with an endearinjj smile, with what confidence will he resort to his merchandise or his farm fly over lands , sail upon seas, meet difficulty and encounter danger, if he knows that he is not spending his strength in vain, but that his labor will be rewarded by the sweets of home ! Solicitude and disappointment enter the history of every man's life, and he is but half provided for his voyage who finds but an associates for happy hours, while for his months of darkness and distress no sympathizing partner is near. Beactiful.—We find the following beautiful anecdote in the editor 's table of Janua^ ry number of Graham : " We know a beautiful little blue-eyed girl, of some three years old, who was nestled in her mother ' s arms, at twilight, looking out at the stars. Mother, said she, it is getting dark. And what makes it dark, C...

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855

Origin of the American Flag. The American Congress, on the 14th of June, 1777, resolved, "that the flag-of the thirteen United States be thirteen stripes, alternately red and white; that the Union be thirteen stars, white, in a blue field, representing a new constellation. " Some suppose that the idea of this combination was derived from the coat of arms of General Washington, which contained three stars in the upper portion, and three bars rnnning across the escutcheon. But this Union flag was first hoisted on the heights near Boston. Jan. 2, 1776. At this time different flags were used in different portions of the colonies, and were continued until Congress adopted the stars and stripes. For a time a new stripe was added for each new state, but it was found that in this way the flag would soon become loo large. By an act of Congress the number of stripes was reduced to the original thirteen, and now a star isadded to the Union at the accession of each new state.

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855

THE HUNTINGDON GLOBE, Per annum, in advance15^- 50 . ." " if not paid in advance, 2 00 No piper disconliuued-until all arrearages arc paid. A uiilure to notify a discontinuance at the expiration of the term subscribed for will" be conoidered a new engagement. 'Terms of Advertising. 1 ins. 2 ins. 3 ins. Six Ijines or less, ' 25 37£ 50 1 square, 16 lines, brevier, 50 75 1 00 2 '¦ ' - " i 00 1 50 2 00 3 " " 1 50 2 25 3 00 3ni. 6 m. 12 m. 1 square, •• S3 00 S5 00 S8 00 2 ¦ ' » 5 00 8 00 12 00 3' " " 7 50 10 00 15 00 4 " " 9 00 14 00 23 00 5 " " 15 00 25 00 38 00 10 " " 25 00 40 00 60 00 Professional and Business Cards not exceeding 6 lines, one year, S4 00

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