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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855
STRA-T PIG-. /"1AME to the premises pf the subscriber in \J Henderson township, about the 1st of De. cember inst., a black boar pig supposed to bo about eight months old,—the owner is refliies^ed to prove property^ pay charges and take him away, otherwise he will be disposed of accordto law. JOHN WARFEL. " December IS, 1854. Pure Honey,' I N can? and bottles, for sale at the Boot and Shoe store of LEVI " WESTBROOK. SILK DRESS PATERNS—suchasBrccadis , ' figur e d ,plain and cros ' sbarred,just rcpeiyjjfi and forsajc by ' J. &. VV. SAXTpN. . TUS. T received, another fresh supply of fal^ fj and winter Goods, and for sale very low by j. & w. " sA5£fpn: '- GRAY BROTHERS' Patent Door and Gat? Springs, just received and for sale by J J: &^ W. EAXTOK;-
Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855
S. HlGGHBug & SON, MOS T respectfully make known to their friends and the public generally that they are carrying on the Cabinet making business in all its various branches, in HuvqxoDotf, w here they have constantly on hand, and make to order, all kinds of furnitnre, such as Bureaus, Tables, Wash and Sewing Stands, Cupboards , Book Cases, Wardrobes, Cottage, French and High Post Bedsteads, Spring Seat Sofas and <g f||||||||&9» Sofa R ocki ng Chairs, W insor | |Pg° gjfesa§ ^ Chairs and Settees, and every "**^ other article of furniture which may be palled fpr-=?all of which are made of the very best matprial and in the most fashionable sty le , and will be sold at low rates. The public are respectfully invilefJto call and examine their furniture before purchasing elsewhere. Wareroom on Hill street, South side, five doors East of J. G. Miles' dwelling. H untingdon , Jan. 23, 1855.
Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855
Juniata Academy and Female Seminary, At Shirlcysburg, Huntingdon county, Pa. Seminary—Rev. Jas. Campbell, A. M., Prin. ci pal. Academy—Hugh J. Cajiabell, A- M., and A, C. Fendall, P rinci pals. r piIJ3 winter session of these schools opens on J. Wednesday Nov. 7th, and continues five months. Terms—Seminary. B oard ,light, fuel and tuition—per session §56,00 Music with -use of instrument, perqunrtcr, 8,00 Terms—Academy. Board, room-rent, fuel and tuition; per session 52,00 Modern languages—per session 5,00 Painting and drawing—^per quarter, 3,00 to 5,00 Incidental expenses 25 For circulars or information, address the P rinci pals. Oct. 17, 1854^-3™.
Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855
BLANKS! BLANKS!! BLANKS!!! 4 full assortment for sale at the "Qlobc" Office. Deeds, ' Sdmmons', Ex' s. JJ.ND Trvs. Deers, Executions, Mortgages, Sp^penas, Bonds, , with and without waiver, Warrants, Leases, Attachments, Committments, Agreements for the sale of Real Estate, Notes relinquishing all beriepts of exemption laws. - 4 BEAUTIFUL assortment of Cutlery of XJl _ American Manufacture, just received and for sale by ' " j: & W. SAXTON. A beautiful assortment of Blankets, large and small, for sale by J. & W. SAXTON. f1OD Fish, Macheral, H errin g &c, just recci-; ved and for sale by J. & W. SAXTON. ¦
Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855
PHILADELPHIA MARKETS. Monday, Jan. 23,—P. M. The Flour market is decidedly dull. Thero is no export demand, and standard brands are offered at S8,87ia9 per barrel, without finding buyers. Small sales for the supply of the retailers and bakers from S8, S7£ up to $!),12.i for coin men and select brands, and S9,37i up to $9 ,75 for extra; fancy lots command above the latter quotations. Rye Flour is dull at 86,50. Corn Meal is unchanged—500 barrels Brandywine sold at S4.Q2J per barrel. Grain—The demand for Wheat continues lim i ted , but prices are unchanged. Sales pf 1200 bushels prime Pennsylvania and Southern red at 82,07 per bushel, and 700 bushels white at $2,17a2,18. Corn is in fair request, but prices are barely maintained—sales ot 3000 bushels Southern yellow, part at 93 cents and part at a price to be fixed. O.ils arcunchanged—2000 bushels Southern sold at 52 cents.
Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855
FOR SALE. fTUIE Cross Roads Foundry prop, fffpsasrz Xert y, late the property of Henry ,ffl*|yUJteMJ^ Bratton, Warriorsmark township,'|£!feraj||pg^|l Huntingdon county, Pa., einbra-J pJUJ j§1 3S3 ping a large two story frume dwelling house, Store house and lotwith a. commodious frame Foundry building and lot, all in good order and in a good location, being situated in the neighborh o od o f the J.uniatu. Iron Furnacesand an extensive farming community. The said property is also admirahly adapted for an extensive carriage manufactory, and the wants of the community require an establishment of that kind. The situation and propert y is a very dc? sirable one for either of the above businesses. Iwrns will be rnade to suit purchasers, and if not so\c) will b,e rented. Inquire of BENJAMIN F. PATTON. Agent. Warriorsmark, Jan. 11, 1855.
Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855
SHERIFF'S SALE. B Y virtue of a Writ of Vend. Exp. issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Huntingdon county and to me directed, there will be sold on Monday the 12th of February next, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, on the premises, all the defendants right and intercut in a certain lot of ground on the North side of Main Street in McConnellstown, being sixty-six feet in front and extending back one hundred and fifty-five feet , bo u nded by a lot of Joseph Doug lass on. the West and John Snyder on the East having Mthereon erected a two story low House and a small Stable. Seized,taken in execution and to be sold as the property of MichT ael Shriner. JOSHUA GREENLAND, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, ( Hunting don , Jan. 23, 1855. C
Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855
MARRIED, At Alexandria, on the evening of the 18th insl., by the Rev. Geo. Elliott, Mr. Enoch Kline to Miss Elizabeth S. B^ker. On the 26th of Doc, by Rey. J. B. Williams, Mr. Jpiin Coy to Miss Elizabeth Hall, 'both of this county. On the 28th of Dec, by the same Mr. Bknj. Duncan, of Ohio to Miss Catharine Castor, of this county. On the same day by the same Mr. Jojhua Hicks to Miss Mahy Kennedy, of Walker tp. On the same day by tho same Mr. Samuel Lewis to Miss Leah Silknitter, of West tp. On Tuesday evening, the 3rd of October last, by the Rev. W. M. Dcatrick at his residence, Mr. John V. Najl :md Miss Sarah M. Lee, bot h of McConnellstown.
Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855
DIED, After a short but severe illness of Typhoid fever in Warren co., I]]., Mrs Ann Porter con. sort of R : W. Porter, in the 32nd year of her age. Notice to Bridge Builders. CJEALED proposals will be received by the lO Commissioners of Huntingdon county, for building a Brid go o n the arch plan across the Juniata river near Neffs Mill, between Petersburg and Alexandria. Bridge to be 150 feet long—one span, and to have double arches . .— Proposals received at the Commissioners office up to 2 o 'clock on Friday the 9th'day of February next, at which t ime ' and place the p la n and specifications can be seep. By order of Commissioners, H. W. MILLER, .Clerk. Huntingdon, Jan. 23, 185. 5.
Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855
AUDITOR'S NQTIPE. Estate of Dr. Day-id Dfller dee'd. rpHE undersigned Auditor, appointed by the JL Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county, to distribute the balance on the account of Benjamin F. Patton and John T. Mathias, administrators of D,r. David Diller, late of Warriors, mark township, deceased, to and amongst those legally entitled thereto, hereby gives notice that he wil| attend for that purpose at the Court House in Huntingdon, on Tuesday the 13th day of February next, at 3 o'clock; P. Al. when and where all persons are requiredto present their claims against said fund, or be debarred from coming- in for a share of the same, TKEO. IJ. CREMER. Auditor. Jan. 1G—4t.
Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855
FIX.S3 &. RASPS. NEW STREET FILE WORKS, PHILADELPHIA. ''PHE subscriber is constantly Manufacturing X for WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, FlLES AND RaSPS, of everj ' description, and having been practically engaged in the business more than Thirty Years, can guarantee his work at the lowest prices. Manufacturers and-Mcehanics, can have their OLD FILES RE-CUT and MADE EQUAL to NEW at half the original cost. J. B. SMITH. No. 61 NEW St., (between Race & Yine & 2nd &. 3rd Sts.,) Philadelphia. Jan. 23, 1855-3m.
Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855
A FARM FOR RENT. A Farm in Licking Creek valley, about four miles from Bell's mttls and two from Bell's furnace, containing 450 ucres—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 p lace. 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, 1S55—2m.
Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855
VALENTINES! VALENTINES! 3000 VALENTINES TUST received—embracing every variety of tJ Fancy and Comic—fanpy"cnvelopes to match —for sale wholesale and retail, very low. All orders from (he country promptly attended to, and as liberally as though the purchaser was present. Address WM. COLON, Book Seller, Huntingdon. Januarv 24. 1855.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855
Female Library Association. fl^ HE Library will now be opened for subscri-J[ bers every Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock , in their room in the Court House. Annual subscription 50 cents. In addition to the ibrnicr collection of standard and popular wijsrlfs, sonic late publications have been added, viz * :' Bayard Taylor 's Travels, Fanny F ern 's works, &,c. Increased public patronage will enable us to still furthtr niCrcas0 the interest. By order of the President. Huntingdon , jan. 23 1855.
Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. T ETTERS of administration have been gran-JLj ted to the undersigned on the estate of Samuel Smith, dee 'd., late of Hopewell township.— All persons having claims agajnst sajd estate will present them duly authenticated for settlement, and all persons indebted to said estate will make immediate payment. JOHN B. WEAVER, Adm ' r. , Kopewcll township.Jan. 12,1855,.
Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855
NOTICE AL L persons knowing themselves to Lave unsettled accounts with tho undersigned, will please call and make settlement .by the first of January. After that date the books,will be left for settlement as I hav<j quit the business. JOS. H. THOMPSON,. Huntingdon, Dec. 19th, 1854.
Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855
THE OT^JBE The Secret Order of the I>ay. The arrogance and active malignity of the secret political organization have not deterred the democratic press from exposing its baseness and dangerous tendencies. Too many worth }' anci well-meaning men have been enticed into it—an effort to get them out of the trap is not out of place. Thousands of civil and decently-educated men , noted for frankness and independence , have been led to believe it right to join a society which conceals its name , and would conceal its existence; to repudiate publicly a party they act with privately; and to continue in friendly political and social relations with persons whom they are bound by solemn oaths to deceive, betray, and injure ; and even professing Christians—nay, ministers of the Gospel themselves—are found among the members of an order whose leading featuie is to ignore the Divine command, " thou shalt not Me. " We do not need to assume the truth of the revelations made in various ...
Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855
A Valuable Business Stand in Huntingdon, At PrivaSe Sale. rnilE subscriber offers for sale his well known X property on Railroad street, near the Depot. jj ^ j The dwelling is large and well finished ¦ 2|= f° r convenience and comfort,with a coh-.qjjfi , venient storeroom under the same roof. There is a well of good wutcr near the door. Also a g-ood warehouse and othcrimprovements. Persons wishing to purchase can examine the property by calling upon the subscriber. Terms.—One half in hand and the balance to suit purchaser. WM. STEWART Huntingdon, Feb. 14,1854. - IiaHSTTiaTGOOIV MARBLE YlED. jfe ._ T^IIE undersigned respectfull y informs V^T .1. his friends and the public generally, S33 ' n Huntingdon and adjoining counties that he has established himself in Huntingdon, having just received from Philadel phia a selected stock of choice marble grave stones of every discription, which he will furnish at very re. duced prices. All orders through mailaddresKed to the undersi gned wil...
Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855
. • ARMlTAtiti'S Electro-Magnet Lightning Rods A FTER many 3 r oars' close investigation ±X_ and numerous experiments, the Pattent.ee sakes pleasure in informing the public that he has arrived at tiie true principles of protecting families, dwellings and property frem the destructive influence of Lightning. The calamities that every City, Town,. Village and Country falls victim to annually, through the gross negligence of its inhabitants, is beyond calculation, especially when the remedy is so easy to obtain—this is found in Armitage's Patent Magnetic Lightning Rods, and in this alone. This Rod has been examined by the most scientific gentlemen in the world—Professors M'Murtrie, Johnson, Wallor and many others that have examined them, recommend and speak of them in the highest terms of approbation, and have pronounced them the only safe rods in use in this or uny other countrj', for the protection of Lives and Property.— One advantage is to divide and throw back a part of the el...