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Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855

TUST received a beautiful assortment of Silk O Dress Patcrns, at exceedingly low prices, aud for sale by . ; . J. &.. W. SAXTON. f The Bunting aon and Broad Top Mountain Railroad and Coal Company respectfully call the attention of Capi-! tailists and those having money to invest, to their Bond3 now being issued. nnUE entire length of their road and branch-J[ es now under contract is thirty five miles, the grading and masonry of more than two thirds of which is-iinished, and the balance rap. idly progressing toward completion. A mortgage of the entire road and its equipments, and on two thousand acres of coal land owned by the Company, clear of incumbrance, has been executed to Jesse Godley of Philadelphia, Thomas E. Franklin, Esq., of Lane aster, and H. Easton, of Franklin County, as Trustees for the security of the bond holders. This is the first and we expect it to be the only issue ol bonds by-the Company ; and the Stockholders will have, upon the completion of th...

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Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 24 January 1855

/^ueensware—a fine assortmentjustreceiv \J at the store of LONG & DECKER. January 3d, 1854. "' '

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

THE ZiITTLE SISTERg A PKETTY STORY . "You were not here yesterday," said the gentle teacher of the little village school, as she-placed her hand kindly on the curly head of one of her pupils. It was recess time, but the little girl addressed had not gone to frolic away the ten minutes, not even left her seat, but sat absorbed in what seemed a fruitless attempt to make herself master of a sum in long division. Her face and neck crimsoned at the remark of her teacher, but looking up she seemed somewhat re-assured by the kind glance that met her, and answered, "No ma'am, I was not, but sister Nelly was. " 5 '1 remember there was a little girl, who called herself Nelly Gray, came in yesterday, but 1 did not know that she was your sister. But why did you not come ? You seem to love study very much. " £:It was not because I didn't want to," was the earnest answer; and then paused and the deep flush again tinged that fair brow, "but" she continued after a moment of painful embarr...

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

What our Young Gentlemen are made for. This is a very easy matter to find out, for upon three minute's acquaintance with any of them you may discover their mental and bodily composition, notwithstanding the emphatic line of the poet Campbell. :>¦ " Can hearts be read ! Alas we answer No!" Well, if we cannot read hearts we can road heads without being s practical phrenologist. In every sized community, we may find a vast variety of young men with very curious peculiarities, to wit: •' Anybody may know the " sap headed" young gent. He looks as if bis brains were marbles and continually chasing each o'.her through the cavities of his cranium. This young man is never .hurthened with an original: idea,:; and ;ever. sides with everybody else ' -s opinion^pass^him around ! |Theic religious minded" young men may be. easily kjao.wri—- physiognomy rather elongated^oloselyshaved face, shirt collar and neck-kerchief neat—hair tranquil-^rieyer laughs:—smiles now ' and then—takes down ...

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

A- Home Item' ,-We have probably all of us met with' instances in which a word heedlessly spoken against the reputation-of a female has been magnified by malicious minds until the cloud has become dark- enough' to'overshadow her whole existence. To those who " are accufftomed—not necessarily from bad motives but from thoughtlessness—lo speak lightly of females, we recommend the following 'hints ' as worthy of consideration :— " Never use a- lady?s name in an improper plncey at an.ftnproper time , or in mixed company. Never make assertions about her tliat youJhhikf are untrue, or allusions thaf you feel,she herself ' would ' blush ' to hear. ' When you meet with men who do not scruple to make use of a woman ' s' name in a reckless and uriprfneipled'nianner, shun them foY they are the very worst [members of the community—men lost'-to every sense of honor^every feeling ofhurnaiifty. Many ago6d and yv-prthy woman's, character has' forever been rained and her heart broken.by a lie, m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

THE HUNTINGDON GLOBE, Per annum , in'advance, §»X 50 " ¦" if not paid in advance, 2 00 ¦ '2io paper, discontinued until all arrearages are p;iid. • ' A'failure to notify a discontinuance at the ox. piration of the term subscribed for will be contudered a new engagement. Terms of Advertising. 1 ins. 2 ins. 3 ins, Six linen or less, . 25 37J 50 1 square, 16 lines, brevier, 50 75 1 00 2- " " 1 00 1 50 2 00 3 " 1 50 2 2 5 3 00 3 in. . , 6 ra. 12 m. 1 square, "WOO $5 00 98 00 2" , - " 5 00 8 00 12 00 3 " "7 50 10 00 , 15 00 -i " " *" . •• . 9 0 u"i4 " .Q0 23 00 5 » " 15 00 25 ; 00 38 00 10 " " 25 00 40 00 60 CO Professional and Business Cards notexceeding 6 lines, one year, 64 00 Agents for the Globe. The following 1 gentlemen are authorized to receive the naiiies of all. who may desire to becorne.siibscribers to the Globe, and to receive advance, payments and receipt for the same. ' Heviiy Zimmerman, Esq., Coffee Run. -— Wai. Campbell, M'Conncllstown. Benj. F. Pattom, Esq., Warriorsma...

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

BY MARY FRANCIS TAYLOB. The two wont out for a walk one day, But they couldn't keep long together ; For despair full soon had commenced her tune Of grumbling about the weather. But Hope roamed still over heath and hill, And low to herself kept humming ; "Tht>' the way be drear, I have naught to four, There ' s a better time a-coming." Despair sat down in a faded gown, And she looked botli lean and lazy ; And'tis said that they who chanced that way, Declared that she had gone crazy. But Hope went dressed in her very bci-t, And her soft sweet voice kept humming; " Tho' fortune frown, I am not cast down—There' s a better time a-coming," The sun Bhone out ; but Despair in doubt, . Expected a storm to-morrow ; And so she went in her discontent, ¦ Bowed down in her needless sorrow. But Hope was gav-through the livelong day And with merry tones kept humming ; " Tho' the sun may set I will ne'er , forget, There' s a better time a-coming." The storm cloud came, andvDespair t...

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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

' -' •' - -DO<3rOOI) TO OTHERS. ' • ' ,. «'Philip, cousin Philip! don' t!?' ¦; . * ¦ The ' speaker was "a little giil, scarcely five years old, who was sitting on a stone step of a farm : h"6use door, lvatching very intently ,the motions of a boy four or five years older than herself. And what was Philip Dale doing 1 Why, he had found a poor little stray kitten, which had:,-wandered into the courtyard > _and boy-hke was driving it hither and thither, shouting, throwing slicks and pebbles at il,,while .Jhe hunted and4errified litlle.creaiujre ran one way and another, mewing piteously, and> every sound iwent to .ihe heart 1 of the compassionate little child ¦syho heardit., At last she could endure it no longer ;and running to her cousin; with eyes ¦filled with tears, and a voice which trembled from its-Very earnestness, repealed,. : . , i •" Don't, Philip, it is God's kitty. " . The boj stopped, and looked in her face in. amazement; then suddenly seizing ibe...

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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

'¦' Gbbp Abvrck—The ; Albany , (N. Y.) Knickerbocker eay.8 ^ TJie bes t cure.for hard times isleconomy. AJ shilling' s worth of white beans will do as much feeding as fitly cents worth of potatoes ; while six cents worth of Indian meal vv;ill make as much bread as fourteen cents worth- of flour. • Besides: this it ia tw i c e as 'wholesome. ¦ Almost every family in lown could cut down their expenses otie-Iialf, if they;only . chose.to do so, The young lady who was 'buried in grief,' is now alive and doing well..

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

Educational Department jrr. m 'divitt. Proceedings of the Huntingdon County Tea-oilers' Institute. ' . - [CoNyiNUED.] THURSDAY EVENING. Mr. Baker closed the discussion on Order and System. ' He said if we may judge from the condition of a great many schools we would think there was no importance attached to this subject. He described the way in which some schools are conducted ; the manner of coming into school and leaving; also the scholars ' conduct ' during the day; and thought it-impossible to study amid such confusion. He had visited some schools where it was almost impossible to tell whether it was recess or study hours—-some talking, same laughing, samegoing out; and perhaps a few trying to study. When . the exercises of the day were over , ihe word dismissed was given , and then there was a general scramble among the scholarseach trying to be jgrst«ut of the house. A schoul should be dismissed quietly, and tbw could be done without much difficu/'/; . by dismissing a ...

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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

The Times and the Remedy. The present position of parties in the United Slates suggests a crowd of reflections to the contemplative mind. There is an apparent coincidence and concurrence in the events and the errors of the day, which give to these events and errors an extraordinary character.- When we see Christian churches divided by slavery discussions on • the one hand, and united in the enforcement of a wide and vast system of religious intolerance on the other; when we see clergymen preaching politics from the pulpit, and deserting the house of God for the contentions of boisterous public meetings; whenin American cities, great crowds of men march the streets demanding "bread or blood; " when the sacred cause of religion is stained by the rude championship of. vile and profane partisans; w'faen a conspiracy, bound .into a conquering party by hideous oaths and debasing orgies, lords it over eminent virtueahd unchallenged intellect ;and when to this long train of danfers and ...

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

Pennsylvania Legislature. , ftuite-a .large.number of bills have been reported by Committees :—One to. establish.a board of controllers of the public schools of the State—several to incorporate bank£—to improve stock in this Commonwealt]b—:for new counties—to tnx dogs—to prohibit fishing with.nets—lo incorporate fire insurance companies—for the prevention of the sale of liquor on the Sabbath—&c. &c. &c/ ¦ . Mr. Price ' s bill for the sale of the Main Line, has been reported by the Committee on Canals and Inland.Navigation, with arecorrimendation that it be passed . . . . Its cnie,f features..are that- the :Governor shall-again advertisej .for, proposals for the sale of, the Public .Works, such proposals . to be ; received ;. until. noon, of the first Monday :of August next.. .He may accept .therefor any bid not.less than eight millions of dollars, payable in cash in .twenty equal annual payments from the date of- the acceptance of ;Jhe offer , with, int...

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

The "Work has Commenced. A Movement in Behalf of Givil and Religious Liberty in Ghautauque Co.— The Chaulauqne (N. Y.) papers publish, a call for a County Mass Meeting, to be held at Mayville, Feb. 2of all Ihose opposed to secret political associations. Attached to the call are the names of a large number of.the citizens, of :Chautauque county, irrespective of party.. The call expresses the belief of the signors that ah open declaration of principles is more in accordance vvJih the spirit of our institutionsT'and declares: . -,:- ¦ .- 1. That the designs of every cjvjhzed government should be,the .protection of individuals and, communities in their respective rights of person and property, and to secure equal and exact justice to all the governed. 2. That.all laws should originate with the people, or their immediate-/epresentslives, and be in accordance with the wishes of a majority' of the governed.' : * ; 3. That every citizen is, rnorrally bound to suppoit and defend the gove...

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

To Persons out of Employment. AGENTS WANTED, In every section of the United Slates. Tiik siosT Elegant and Useful Volumk or the' Yfar. SEARS' GREAT WORK ON RUSSIA. TUST published, an Illustrated Description of J the RUSSIAN EMPIRE. Being a Physical and Political History of ,its Governments and provinces, Productions, Resources, Imperial Government, Commerce, Literature, Educational Means, Religion, People, Manners, Customs, Antiquities, etc., etc.; from the latest nnd most authentic sources. Embellished with about 200 Engravings, nnd Maps of European and Asiatic Russia. The whole complete in one large octavo volume of about 700 pages, eiegantly and substantially bound. Retail price, Ilirpfi rlnHnrs. - L ' ¦ ' ¦ This work has been several years in preparation, and will, it is believed, meet in the fullest acceptation of the word, the want so universally felt for icliable information on the history and internal resources of a country " occupying so large a portion of the Eastern...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

ORPHANS'COURT SALE. BY 1 virtue\pf .an Order:oF the Orphans' Court of Huntingdon County will . be exposod to public sale on the promises, on Saiuuday the"3d day of ' Mdrth next, by public vendae or outcry, tho following real estate, late the estate of Jonathan P'iiilc, late .of Peniv. township, deceased, viz : ' ' - A TRACT OF LAND, situate in'Te'nh'township aforesaia, iri thecoun, ty : bf Huntingdon,"and State of Pennsylvania-.adjoining lands of. Joseph Norris,' dee'd., the Raystown Branch of .the, Junjata IJivcr, and others, containing about ¦ ~ ' ' " ' ; ' ¦ ¦ ' " ' " ' 700 ' Acifes, - ; '" ' ' - more or 1 'less, about" three hundred acres of which in mountain land, on which • i'sLereclcd various: improvements (excepting.,a . smiU, lot and house on the same for the widow,.which is not to be sold.) ,-•-.•• ... , . -The above laird- is- of excellent- quahtyyand deserves the attention . of - pereons . wishing to purchase real estate. It .will be qficrcd in,a whole .(except the...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

Paraon of Alex. Hutcmnson-Alexander Hutchinson, tried and convicted of the murder of a colored man named Nathaniel Eumon son, was pardoned last week by Governor Bigler—tkfe pardon being one of the Governor' s last official acts. It will be remembered that Hutchinson shot Edraonson on a-boat at Leech's Warehous8, in 1850, as he alleged, for threats used against him. Hutchinson was arrested, tried, and convicted of murder in the first degree, and sentenced to be. hung.' Strong efforts were made to procure a pardon for him, but Gov. Johnston refused to grant it—neither would he fix a day for his execution.— When Gov. Bigler was elected , efforts were made in the Legislature to have a law passed commuting his sentence to imprisonment for life, - but a bill*to that effect was defeated. The most powerful efforts' were then made to induce Gov. Bigler to pardon him, but as he gave the applicants no encouragement, Hutchinson, after being incarcerated in our county jail nearly four yearss...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

Wednesday^ January 31, 1855. Circulation—the largest iri the County Read Them. ; .. .... . Our inside columns are unusually and unexpected crowded with new advertisements this week. Read them. O 5 * Notice by Scott & Brown to all persons having unsettled, accounts in the store and mill.books of Henry Cornpropst... . BC?" Three tracts of land in Shirley township, with improvements, for sale. 03^ A tract, of seven hundred acres of land in Penn township, for sale.. DC?" Dwelling and- store house and lot in McConnellstown, for sale. UZr Carr, Giese & Co. Commission Merchants, Baltimore. BZr" Nine ^ stray sheep in Penn to wnship. EC? To persons out of employment. 03P" Receipts and Expenditures of the county of Huntingdon.

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

Admmiiiitors' Sale {Estate of James Campbell, of bTConnellstown, deceased.) BY virtue of authority given in the will of said deceased, there will be sold nt public vendue on the premises on Thursday the 1st day of March 1855, at 1 o'clook, P. M., the following described Real Estate, to wit:—One lot in said village of M'Connellstown and township of Walker, bounded on tlie west by lot of John Snyder, north by lands ' of George and David Haun, east by Union church lot, and south by the main street of said village.. Containing about three fourths of nn acre. The buildings and improvements ,r.re a large frame house, «_* store ' r^ase, wash" house, wood house, jsss carriage house, and two large stables; ^Ui|J,with.a fine lot of young fruit trees on t.lm lotl * Tkrms of Saif..—One third of the purchase money to be paid on delivery of a deed immediately after side—one third in one year thcreafl ter with interest, and the remaining third nt and immediately after the death of the wido...

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

.: : The Right: Spirit.. : The Augusta Constitutionalist thus notices the result of the recent election held in Atlanta, Georgia :•;..- . '.' "But few elections have been held recently but what the know-nothings received the credit of sacces3,. particularly if the democratic ticket was defeated. We have always viewed this so called party as short lived. Oil and water can be mixedbut will soon separate if the mixture is not well shaken. So with the democrats and Whigs. Some few may be misled—andthat toohonestly ; but the principles which divide the democratic from the whig, and all other partiesare so much " at variance, that should the former , under an erroneous impression, .be led to support a ticket got up by the latter, the day of repentance soon cornea round. "Witness the resnlt in Atlanta on Monday last. The know-nothings, we understand, 1 ran a regularly-nominated ticket; the people —that is the democracy—another; and we are informed by a . telegraphic deepatch, and throu...

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

ORPHANS' COURT SALE. (Estate of JozepJi Gijford, of Shirley ' township, - . .., . , . :. .deceased.) BY virtue of an QrcfcT of the Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county, there will be sold at public ve'hdtic'oiY ihe premises in Shirley township, ' in saidcounty,- on Tuesday the'Ulth day of Febrvary next, at 10 o'clock A. M., three several tracts or plantations of land, situate in Black Log valley, in said township, described as follows : ' ' • Kfp. 1 contains 192 acres and 87 perches. Wo.2 " 157 " 152 " No. 3 " 160 " 121 ; " ._. On each tract of land .there is a house ^ §IK||ji and barn and other farm I; ' .?:Iui7igs—a SgsllLduc proportion is cleared—a contider-;SSSlfilsable partof which is excellent mcaetovv. Terms "oe Sale.—One third of the purchase money.to be paid on confirmation . of .the .sale, one third inqneycar thereafter, . with interest, and the remaining third, in two" years thereafter with interest, to be secured- by' ; the- bonds and mortgage of the purchaser. ; .. ....

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