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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

Commendatory. The National Intelligencer, the leading Whigorg-an in the United States, and which has * always been regarded by the small fry of that party as reliable , says in reference to the management of the' General Post-Office Department: • - " We do not believe that the duties of any department of the government are more a-rduons, or are discharged with more intelligence than this one. ); ihis is ceitainly " very commendatory of the Post-master General, the Hon. James CAMP-BELL/and shows clearly thatthe,public business of the department is being transacted in a very satisfactory manner. It is not often Whig papers. endorse the action of Democratic officers , ' or- give'them credit for what is due. but the National Intelligencer, breaking through the trammels of party and party tactics, maintains; in the short paragraph we have quoted, its'character'for truth and veracity.—Harrisburg Dem. Union.

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

Big Game or Billiards.—A number of gentlemen seen a very pretty and interesting game of Billiards, played by Major Joseph L Polton at his saloon in Harrisburg. He made 102 points on the two red balls, after holding the white on the second shot and had the spot ball bared. The United States cannot boast of a better, more easy and graceful player.—Harrisburg Item. The Liquor Law in Ohio. Cincinnati, Jan. 22.—The Supreme Court of Ohio on Saturday, decided that the Liquor "Law passed by thelast legislature is constitutional. It prohibited the retailing of liquor with the exception of native wines , beer and cider, under the penalty of a fine and imprisonment. Several coffee houses and hotel proprietors, who were arrested and found guilty of violating the law some months ago, the sentence of whom was deferred in consequence of their appeal to the Supreme Court, will,now be imprisoned twenty davs under the law.

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

PHILADELPHIA MARKETS Monday, Jan; 29,—P.M. Clovcrsced is dull. Holders ask $7,25 per 641bs. for prime lots, but buyers only offer-96,75 a7. Flaxsecd is scarce and wanted at$T,80al,-85 per bushel. The receipts of Flour continue sniall and the stock is light, but there is litlle or no export demand, and the sales arc confined to small lots for home consumption at $8,75a9 per barrel for common and good brands, and $9,25a9,50 for extra ; shipping brands are offered at ©8,75.— Rye ;FIour and Corn Meal are dull—the former is held at $6.25, and the latter at S4 . 50 per bar. rel. - (irain-^Tlie market is nearly bare of Whcnf, and it is-in l'a-ir request. ¦ Sales of 1000 bushels at $2,08 per bushel for prime red, and $2,17 for white, all in store. 250 bushels Pennsylvania Rye sold at $1,25, at which ' figure' it is in demand. Corn comes in very slowly and commands 91 cents for good yellow. Oats arc dull at our last quotations.

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

J. HIG GENS & SON, ' MOST respectfully make known ' ta'their friends and the , public generally that ^Uey are carrying on thq.Cabinet making,business in all its Various branches , JN ; Hi/NTXNGi>oj*, ' wliero th6y have-constantly on hand, arid make to'brtier,all..fcindsj of furriitnrc,. suck, as Bureaus, Tables, Wash and. Sewing Stands, Cupboards , BobkCases, Wardrobes, Cottage, French and HighPost^Bedsfeads, Spring Scat Sofas arid ^SB feggg gBjaga . Sofa. Rocking Chairs, Wjnsor :<||gp5!aS5^|!| Chairs, and Settees, and every ~ other article of furniture which may be cal}edibr-v.all of which are made ofthe very best material and in the most fashionable style,and will be sold at low rates. ¦ Tho public are respectfull y invited to call and examine ' their furniture before purchasing elsewhere. -.' . . • ' .;' I ¦ Wareroom on Hill street, South~side, five doors East of ' J. G. 1 Miles' dwelling. ' '"' J ' i: Huntii.^-don, Jan. 23, 1855. ' ¦ • .. r

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

Mother* Made Thanefui,.—The local editor of the.Buffalo Republic has,rnade,himr self one of the immortals, by the publication of -adiscovery ivhich'he : 'ha8- made -'of great importance to mothers. ' If. is an infallible mean? ' of keeping babies, from; fcw,o.to..ten months old, perfectly quiet, for . hoars.; Tlie 'miidtis ' operandi is as' folloWs J :"'^A.s i ' soon' as the 5 sq"ualter aWakes, set'lhe^hild-np, prdpped^ by pillows: if it.oannoL sit alone,-and smear its lingers witrrthick.molasses ? Then put " half a ' dozen feathers into . its handsand the yobrig'orieVv'ili sit and pick' the feathers from one hand i ld -the"other, until it drops asleep. As soon as it wakes, more molasses an.d moreieatherSj'-and. in place of nerve astounding yells , there will be silence anc| enioyment unspeakable.

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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

BY THIS MORNXNw-'S MAHi One vmek later from Europe.—The Latest.— The steamship Africa, from Liverpool, with dates to the 20th inst., arrived at Halifax, at noon, yesterday. : The previous reported decline in Breadstuffs had been overcome , and Flour showed an advance of 6d. Wheat was firm but not active at 2d. advance. The war news is entirely unimportant. Nothing decisive had occurred before Sebastopol . and affairs there were unchanged. Negotiations areslill in progress,.bul nothing is certainly known respecting them.

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

BALTIMORE CARD. . CARR, GIESE & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, FOR THE SALE OF FX.OUB, GRArW A2JB X.U2VEBSH, SPEARS" WHARF, BALTIMORE. O* Agents for Newark and Rosendale Co. Cement and Plaster. :¦ . Fine and G. A. Salt,-constantly on hand. - IN. ii.—LiberTtI CASH advances u:-vdc on consignments* ^ receipt. Baltimore. Jan. 31, 1855.

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

Valentines.— valentines have already commenced to circulate. A 2arge assortment, embracing some of the most beautiful , are for sale at Colon's. Thos. V. Chaplin's Saphire Bandoline Hair Fixture.—Mr. Thos. V. C. has presented us with a bottle of "his Hair Fixture , said to be by the many, who have applied it , an excellent article to remove dandruff and prevent the hair from falling off. Those losing or likely to lose their hair should make immediate application to Mr. C. for a bottle rif his T^ixlnrff. '

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

DIED, At heir residence in Huntingdon on the 22nd inst. Mrs. Map,gaiiet Sciimers, aged about 78 years. . ¦¦ _.. . . . . . Mi i T l I. H.I...I.JUI. t K ..-¦ l....,.:^^.. f , ¦ ..I,'.!-.. ¦ B "j UlLJL.jn . NOTICE. : ' IS hereby given that the Store and Mill Books of Henry Cornpropst have been assigned to us for the benefit of certain creditors—all per. sons having unsettled accounts in said books are requested to call at our office and make set. tleinent without delay, as suit will be brought on all that rcinai?> unclosed after the 1st day of .March next, without respect to persons. SCOTT & BROWN. - Huntingdon; Jan. 30, I8S5.

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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

STRAY SHEEP. ———-j^to / " 1AME to the premises- of the /gg M ^J* ^ subcriber in Pe»n township, {& ( JJi£f c3£y|' Huntingdon county, Pa., some IijSiiSsSsiiiEks&time '" the latter part of October last, nine head of Sheep, one having the point of both ears cut off, one with the point of one ear off and a slit in the other, the others have a small fork cut out of the under part of each car. The owner is requested to come forward, ' prove property pay charges and take them away, oth - erwise they will be disposed of according to luw. , • ¦ . ; VALENTINE FINK. Jan. 30. 1855.—*

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

VALENTINES! VALENTINES! ; p0 : ;yALENOTlS J' ^T received—embracing every. 'variety .of ,l'ou'y,and Comic—fancy,envelopes to match —for 8.1 ' " . wholesale and retail, very low;' " All orders fr^ ' n the country prorhptly htterided to, and as liberally .as •though the purchaser ,was present.,., ..,. , ., ,. , Address ' •''¦¦ ¦ ¦:-: ' „ :. : ' : ' ' ' ' ¦ : : - ' -' WM. COLON; .- :¦:¦ • -- ".. ';¦¦;: ¦ 1 • -.Book Seller, Huntingdon. : January 24,18.55. . "^"J

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

IL/ ^ Mr. Hickok, Deputy Superii.tendent of Common Schools , in a letter from Harrisburg to the Lcwisburg Chronicle, says : . "Gov. Pollock has been closely besieged by throngs of applicants for, office. They have been as persistent and pertinacious as gad-flies in the dog daysbut have thinned off within a day or two. There are over 1,000 applicants for the 20 offices at his disposal.V

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

A JVIIMtER WANTED. A good miller pf sober and industrious h'ib. j\_ its, wanted at the Vineyard mills, Shirley township, Pa.- One with a family preferred; S,H.BELL. Jan. 18. 1855. ' '

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

;j Receipts and Expencfjfnres " X Of the County of Huntingdon, ffbnWfie 3rd ' ; day of January, l£5'i ,:«p. to the 5tfi day oj I January, 1855, tfldmim^ both days ' . ' ¦ ¦ - . RECEIPTS. ' ¦ A mt. in T-reasury at last Settlement $301 80 " ' ¦ ' » ' • - 1848 :Wiiliam McGarvey, Shirley, 52 02 i." 1 ' ' '' • ' ¦ " \ t 1850- --;• ' ' \ William Dean, Penn, ' '"' 98 07 ¦ \ Henry Cremer, Springfield, 15 68 i . ' 1851 . John Love, Barree, 30 64 , Daniel Teague, Cromwell. ' ' ' '' ¦ 121 58 Isaac Sharrer, Shirley. 191 98 ; John Brown, SpringfieU, 12 68 tA Thomas Dean, Walker, 4 18 jj' Charles Green, West, _ 271 21 Ufy Daniel ;WomeUdorf. Eranklin, 39 54 *i» George Bowman, Shirley, 2 64 "^f Xcvi Smith, Union, v : • 3.1 88 John Coulter, Walker. " 106 31 ¦ ' ; .. '¦ ¦ -,-. . ' ¦ 1853- ¦ i • ; i; James Ewing, Barreo, 300 27 j James Miller, Brady, ". .. 292 10 5 Joshua Greenland, Uass,. 50 00 " ¦ ' Richard Madden,'Jlay-, • • -77 '94 / ': George Swariz, Cromwell; • : 449 60 ¦ '. ' • (Robert Pete...

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

List of Outstanding Balances dae 1st January, I855} bj t the following : ¦ ¦ Collectors, Tiz: Year. Townships... Names of Collectors. County Tax. State Tax. Militia fines 1840. 'Allegheny, ¦-...Samuel JRobison,....- 466 33 • - 1844. Tell, . " ' Jonathan Briggs, " 1 0-Walker, . A. B. Sanpraree. . .13 5C .1845. Barree, John R. Hunter, 14 5C . tPorter, Collins Hamer, ... 16 6£ Springfield, " Benedict Steysns, • • ¦ : 1 00 . ' " .Wooclberry, Benjamin Bovvers, 3 48 1846. Barree, Charles Cowden, ' 29 01 300 78 "* Porter, Jacob *Kough, 202 08 Union, James Hampson, . ¦ " • 1 50 1847. Cass,. , Lemuel Green, 2 00 Dublin, Thomas W. Neely* •. 12 50. Franklin, ' John H. Stonebraker, 64 39 33 00 : Springfield j William Ramsey, 6 20 Tell, George May, ' ¦ 9 00 1848. Cass, Conrad Curfman, 3 00 *Franklin, John Conrad, 25 00 Jackson, DavM S. Bell, 14 00 tUnion, Levi Smith. ' ' 3 15 1849. Clay, . Daniel Curfman, 7 44 tPorter, Alexander Stitt, 2 09 1851. JBrady, Jesse Yocum, 13 00 Cromwell, " Daniel T...

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Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

C-H3AT ARRIVilL • or. . . Coiifeetiohary, Fruit and Toys, AT MCBBTJS' In Market Square, Huntingdon, Pa. rpHE public generally, ,and the little ones in J.. particular, are requosted to call at Mosbus* Establishment, where all kinds of Sweetmeats, Candies and Nuts, and a large assortment of Toys can be had. Plgase-caH"vand. examine for yourselves. Oct. 10th, 1354. ' ' ¦ - " : At H.-Ronraa ? 8 Clothiag Store, JtTST RECEIVED, <' Overcoats . fbr $4,50 Lined Pants •'; , 2 OO Vests " " .• ' , '7S Cull and examine for yourselves: ' • ¦ ' ¦ " Huntingdon, Oct. lOUi, 1854. . - ~ SOAP AND CANDLE ¦ . ' i Manufactory 1 ) • • Maiii Street one door .urest of the " Globe17 Office,, . ' HUNTINGDON/ P A. T7REDERICK LIST informs the citizens 6f Jj Huntingdon, and of the county, that ho has commenced the manufacture oi mould and.dip Candles and Rosin Soap, one door west of the " Globe" office,, on Main Street, Huntingdon', where he will always Tie - prepapod to fill orders at city prices. •...

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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

0RPHANS' COURT SALE B Y virtue of a.n order of the. Orphans' Court of the County of Huntingdon, there will be exposed to siile by public outcry on the premi. scs in Dublin township, Huntingdon county, on Tliutsday, February 15th, 1855,,at I o 'clock, P. M. of said day, the following described real estate of David Hudson, dee'd., to wit: A certain messuage and plantation of land situated near the village of Shade Gap, in Dublin township, fiounded .on the north by lands now owned by James Sherard, on the east and south by lands of the heirs of James Hudson dee'd., and on the west by lands of BriceX. Blair and John Rouse, containing 112 ACRES, : more or less, on which is erected two large and Mconvenient dwelling- house's; one\ jj^^t _' of log and the other of stone ; al- IgSg ' • so.a large barn and other out. JeJLiiJ. houses and buildings—between-and near to both houses is a strong, never failing spring of excellent water ; there arc other springs of good water on the premises an...

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

IMPROVED LARD LAMP. rPHE undersigned having purchased the full _J_ and exclusive right and privilege of constructing, using, and vending to others, the right to make and use, intlie county of Huntingdon, STONESIFEll & SMITH'S improvement in the adjustable packing for a. lamp for burning lurd. Lamps'for sale by the dozen or single, also township rights for sale at reasonable prices. - ' • ' • ' ' • - ' Allorders promptly attended.to-byaddressing the subscriber;- Orbisonia, Huntingdon county, Pennsylvania.. . ¦ - ¦ '. ' • . . , GEO..W. CORNELIUS. Sipesville, Nov. 3l<1854.-6m.. . . . , Come and Be , Clothed, .,/. PJ> At Roman's Store opposite Colds' Hotel. ¦ ¦ " Over Coats, Frock Coats, " ' ¦ • Dress Goats, ¦ : Sack Coats,- - • . . ¦ ¦ ' -.Business-Coats, Pants and Vesls, Shirts and Drawers, . • ... Handkerchiefs nnd.Cr&vats, ; . • ' ¦ ¦'' ' ¦ - ¦ " .'C61larJ3,Gtoves,Suspenders, : -rC \-.i- -;'-. ' -HatsstJd Caps,'&C..&.C. •All of. the ...

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

MATCHES! MATCHBS!! JOHN DONNELY, SIAOTFACTimER AND INVENTOR OF ¦ \; SAFETY PATENT SQUARE UPRIGHT WOOD BOX MATCHES. % ._ No. 10G North FOURTH Street Cabpve Race.) PHILADELPHIA. , . - ._. "jl/PATCHES having become an indispensable i.VA_ article in housekeeping, the subscriber after a great sacrifice of time and money, is enabled to offer to the Public an article at once com- , bining Utility and Clteapness. The inventor knowing the danger apprehended on account of theflimsey manner in which Matches are gen. orally packed in paper, has 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 i'ar 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 is considerable advantage ;" it is entirely new, and secure against moisture, and spontaneous combustion, and dispels all danger on transportation by means o...

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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855

Report of the Directors of the Poor fo the year 1854.. Henry Brewster,' Esq., Treasurer, in aceount with the-Directors of the Poor. ¦ , ' ¦ ' DR. - ¦ ¦ • • To balance in the hands of Treasurer at the last settlement, ' . " $124 70 To proceeds of 9 bushels of wheat, ' 10 80 To cash from Mrs. Fraker for oats, 35 00 ,. . ' . -. .,,-... ... .£170 50 . _ -- • cr, . -: ; : By cash paid Wra. Lewis for printing, $3, 50 By cash paul George. Hudson for services as Director of trie poorj 56 00 By cash to Lycomirig Fire Insurance.. Company^ ,2 63 By cash paid J. Williams for stands, 20 00 By cash paid Wm! Bird for hauling, 3 26 By cush paid Mrs. S. A. Burket fot ¦ " ' goods purchased of her,'' . 25 00 By cash paid James Mnrphy, • 56 87 By Treasurer ' s Commission on $216 00 at li per cent., , : , " 3 24 ' ¦ ' '" . ' . •; S170 50 Directors of the Poor in account- with- the . , \ j -'County of Huntingdon. ' DH. I . : ' • - -. ¦ ' ¦: ; ' :' . ' To amount received on orders of the County Comm...

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