Elephind.com contains 74,785 items from Huntingdon Globe
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855
Report of William Dorris, Treasurer of tlie Huntingdon County Academy. RECEIPTS. To balance in hand on last settlement before county Auditors 9th Jan. 1851, $184 37 To rent of Academy rereived frorri Mr. Hall, ; 182 00 To interest on money . in Treasurers ' . hands till lent out, 30 00 To rent from Rev. L. Hawes per W. Orbison Esq, '., 50 00 446 37 EXPENDITURES. By amount paid James McCi.be for repairs, 2 00 By bonds < f sundry persons secured by R>al Estate and bearing interest from 1st Apiil 1853, ' 385 50 By balance in hand of Treasurer, 58 87 446 37 The Outstanding debts due the Acadt my areas fol'ovvs, viz : —' 4 Bonds of Martin Kephart boaring interest from 1st April 1852, secured by mortgage fur #185 50 3 Bonds of Michael Decker bearing interest from 1st April 1853, secured by mortgage for §100 00. 2 Bonds of Alexander Arraitagc beBring interest from let April 1853, secured by mortgage for SI00 00
Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855
The Cliambersburg ana . Mount Union Starve Line Revived. TPHE undersigned aware &SS&R ^ ^ ~~ Z — the line of Stages over the j^N'^^^SBBr^Sr^^ road between Chambers. ' ^ >te£smr&viF u ?PvlS2 i 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-week. ly betwcen'ihc two points. : Good Horses and comfortable Stages have been placed on the route j and experienced and trusty drivers will superintend the Tunning of the Coaches'. The proprietor of the line is desirous that it be maintained,nnd he therefore earnestly calls upon the public generally to patronise it, confident that it will be'for their mutual advantage. Every attentibri'necessary will be given, and the running of the Stages will be regular. ' O* Stages leave Mt. Union every Monday Wednesday'and Friday mornings, arriving at Chamborsburg the same evenings. Returning, lcavo Cham...
Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855
Books! Books!! Wall Paper S! S £)f\ f\r\f\ VOLUMES of new and popu /C\J}\J\J\J lar books—the subscriber haa just received from Boston, New York and Phil adclphi.i, comprising the greatest- £"/&!§}&& variety and most extensive stockj$!g<&£i£& ever brought to the interior of theQSSJSHiBy State; His STATIONERY is also of great variety and superior quality, in part as follows: Letter, Cap and Note Paper, Gold and Steel Pens, Inkstands, Blank'and Time Books, Diaries for 1855, &c, AlsOj Harper's, Putnam's, God.ey's and Graham' s Magazines, received every month as soon as out. 2000 copies of tho books recommended by the Teachers* Institute and 1 Board of Directors of the county: ;Grecnliefs Arithmetics and Algebra, Town's Spellers, and Swan' s Readers. 3600Payson'& Dunton's Boston Copy Books, beingthe best system aswcllas the best executed books ever offered to the publicfor sale at lowest wholesale prices. 1000 pieces Wall...
Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855
Notice to Bridge Builders. SEALED proposals will ho received by the Commissioners of Huntingdon countyj ibr building a Bridge on the arch plan across the Juniata. river near NeS?s Mill, between Petersburg and Alexandria. * BHdgV to be 150 foot 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 time ,a.nd place the plan and specifications can be seen. By order of Commissioners* H. \V. MILLER, Clerk. Huntingdon, Jan. 23, 1855." ¦ ' 'female" ' "Library Association. r|THE Library, will now, be opened for subscri-X hers every. Saturday afternoon at 3 o ' clock, in their room in the Court House. Annual, subscription. 50 cenf.s. In addition to the former collection of standard and popular works, some late publications- have (been added, viz: Bayard Taylor's Travels, -Fanay Fern's works, &c. Increased public patronage will enable us to still further increase the interest....
Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855
Juniata Academy and Female Seminary, At Shirleysburg, Huntingdon county, Pa. - Seminary—Rev. Jas. Ca.mpbeli/, A. M., Prin-> cipal. . . ¦ Academy—Hugh J. CAMABELt,, A* M., and A. C. FendaLl, Principals'. ' r PHE winter session : of' these" schools opens on J. Wednesday Nor; 7th, and, continues five mpntlis. •„ , ' . . Terms—Seminary. Board, light, fuel and tuition—per session §56,00 Music with use of instrument, per quarter,' 8,00 ' ' 'Tersis-—Academy. " . Board," room-rcnt,-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 Principals. Oct. 17, 1854-3m. " .
Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855
;FOR SALE. . rpilE Cross Roads Foundry prDp-. <-<ragr^ae« J erty,.liftc the property of Henry « (• s kg. !<SfS?\i Bratton, ' Warriorsmark township,' |& agS^^i^ Huntingdon county, Pa., ernbra.gjiKkiMS ' ^ asrit cing a large two story frame dwelling house, Store house and lot, with a commodious frame Foundry building and lot, all-in good order and in a. good location, being situated in tjie neighborhood of-the Juniatac Iron .Furnaces, and an extensive farming-community. The said property is also admirably adapted for an extensive carriage manufactory, and the wants of the community require an establishment of that kind. The situation and property is a very desirable one fbr either of the above businesses. Terms will be made to suit purchasers, and if not sold will be rented. Inquire of . BENJAMIN F. PATTON. Agent.. ¦ Warriorsmark, Jan. 11, 1855.
Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855
.,..;. ,87336. 87 I-;!,- • ¦ • ' . " . ' ' -.CR. . " ' . ' . ' .. ' ¦ :• ', ' . . - v " By.cash paid sundry persons,for iron bed-¦ steads and bedding^ . - •. • $779 81 B.yicash paid for stone coal,- • ¦ ; '156 ,8.0 By cash paiil sundry for furnuure^ 178. 99 By cash-paid forstovesand pipe, 120 50 By cash paid ; for ' queijnsw'arej ' 63 47 By : cash'paid for groceries, - ' 91 16 By cash paid for bell and fixtures, 11 99 By cash paid forbibles 3 . - r . 7 08 By cash paid for 1 hafdvyare, ' "' 90 25 By cash paid-,for(pr.oyisionB and-haulin ft ... . • - -;; - ;:¦ ; r :::; " :..,. , 19 ss By casbpaidjor bringing lh^jaupers^ -IS 62 By cash for freight, . 51 37 By cash paid for discount on $1500, 17 00 By cash paid J. G. Lightnerat sundry times for buil.ditig poor hoiisej &c. 5730 00
Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855
. ' S7336 87 O. utstqnding debts in favor of sundry persons ' ' / ': ' up to the first day ' of January 1855. . J. G. Lighlner when contracts are . finished, , .-.. ¦ . ' . S74& 94 Mi,b. Burket.for grain in the bushel, . _ ,_.- ¦ -;-~ grain in, the ground, cattle, hay, ' . Yhog ' s,.chickenscopper kettle, &c. 578.,6a James Saxtor). for balance on coal "" ... paid Hiram Johnston, 63 2p James Saxton for ^ servicesias Direc T , tor of Poor.for.two.years and expenses in Philadelphia, . . . . 96 00 John Brewster for services as Direc-¦ tor of Poor forone year, -- - ¦ '" 23'25 Samuel Mattern for services as Di- f . rector of Poor for one year, 22 00 Sundry persons for bringing in pau- pen?, -. . -...-,- . . ,-, . .-.. /_. _; :- .,;: -10T 98 Store bills to,sundcy persons, ;¦ ;, ' -232;35 For. babks and Stationary, .:>. , .30; 83 Sundry persons for labor done, 57 74 James Murphey for sundry articles for use of house and farm, . . 138 10 Balance on stands, 20 00 ...
Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855
, -; /-SHBRIFE'S; jSALE. ^ ; s ;.r i: B Y virtue of a Writ offend. " Exp. issue'd .oul : of the Court of Common "Pleas of Huntingdon county and to tne ' directed," ¦ there will be sold on Mp : rtrfffly;tl .ic-\12th;of-;-Fcbr ,Uary; next, at 2 o'clock ih. tlie afternoon-on.^he,premises, all the defendants right and interest in a certain lot of ground on the North side of Main Street in McConhellstownbeing .sixty-six' feet in front and'extending back one hundred and fifty-five feet, bounded "by a lot of" Joseph Douglass on the West and John Snydfer dh the East having Mthereon erected a two story low House and a. small Stable.^ " Seized,ta.k"en in' execution ani- to be"soia'-as -the property -of Michael Shrincr.. '• ¦ • • , ,!¦: ;', .. .:.: , : •< .!. .JOSHUA GREENLAND, Sheriff..1 Sheriffs Office.,-/. .. = -v,-t .-. >. ' ,--., :"!.'.. . .:• ; Huntingdon, Jan. 23V-1855.1 S • ¦ . • ' ¦ • ' '
Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855
STRAY STEERS. /^tAMEto tho residence of the subscriber liv. \J ing-in Tod township,-Huntingdon .county, Pa.,some time in" August "lust, tvvo'Steers, one black and tho other brown with a half moon pieco out of the :riht «ars, and a piece off the left^-rsupposed to be two years old last spring. The owner, of the above; property is desired to corrie forward, prove property, pay charges and take them away, otherwise they will be sold according to law. JOHN MORNINGSTAR. .January 9,1855.- . , ¦ , * BEAUTIFUL assortment, of Cutlery ol i\ American ' Manufacture, just received and for sale by . .... .' J r & W..SAXTON. \ beautiful assortment 6f Blankets, largc ' and JX- small, for ' sale "by J. &. W. SAXTON.
Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855
AUDITOR'S NOTICE. \ Estate of Dr. David Diller dec\l. . , rPHE undersigned Auditor, appointed by the J[ Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county, to distribute the balance on the account of Benjamin F. Patton and John T. Mathias, administrators of Dr. David Diller, late of Warriorsmark township, deceased, . to and amongst those legally entitled thereto, hereby gives notice that he will attend for that purpose at the CourtHousc in Huntingdon, on Tuesday the 13th duy of February next, at 3 o ' clock, P. M.. when and where all persons are required to present their claims against said fund, or be debarred from coming in fpr a share'of the same. ; THEO. H. CREMER, Auditor. Jan. 16—4 t.
Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855
r - A FARM FOR RENT. - : A Farm in Licking Creek valley; about four miles from Bell?s mills and two from Bell's furnace,, containing .450 acres,—ubout 50 acres cleared ; —two good orchards of grafted fruit-rthe whole, place welt watered, and a large stream of water running through the centre of the place. 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, 1855—2 m. ¦
Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855
Foundry for Sale or Rent. rnHE Steam Foundry bclongmg to the under. J. dersigned at Petersburg, will be sold or rented'on reasonable terms, including-a large varj. ety of Patterns, for Cooking Stoves, Parlor, Ten plate Wood and Coal Stoves, Water Pipe, Rol. ling Mill, Forge, Grist' Saw Mill and Threshing Machine Castings, also a full assortment of Plow Patterns for all the various Plows used in the country". ' The Foundry is favourable located for business, with all the machinary, Patterns and Fixtures in good order. Possession given on or before April 1st next ensuing. McCULLOCH & ORLADY. Petersburg Jan. 1, 1855.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855
ADMINISTRATOR'. S 1TQTICE, =; T ETTERS .of admini s tration,have beengran-J_j ted to;thc undersigned oh the estate of Samuel Smith, dee'd., late of Hopewell township.— All-persons, -httying, claijns ^against;said estate will present them duly authenticated .far settle, ment, and all persons indebted to. said;c5tatc will make immediate payment. ." :. ' - JOHN B. WEAVER,,A"dm'r. Hopewell township, Jan. 12,1855.
Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855
STRAY PIG-. CA ME to the premises of the subscriber in Henderson township, about the 1st of December inst., a black boar pig supposed to be about eight months old,—the owner is requested to prove property, pay charges and take him away, otherwise he will be disposed of accordto law. r ¦ JOHN WA RFEL. December 12. 1654.
Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855
NOTICE A LL persons knowing themselves to have anscttlcd accounts with the undersigned, will ptoasc call and make settlement by the first of January. After that date the books will be Ipft for settlement as I have quit the business. - JOS. H. THOMPSON. Huntingdon, Dec. 19th", 1854. "
Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855
A valuable Business Stand in Huntingdon, At IPrivate §a!c. fpiIE subscriber offers for sale his well known X property on Railroad street, near the Depot. jj^ j The dwelling is large and well finished ;j=3= ' for convenience and com fort, with a con-.izM^J. venient store room tinder the sumo roof. There is a well of good water nesir the door.— Also a good warehouse and other improvement*. Persons wishing to purchase can examine the property by calling upon the subscriber. Tkk.-.is.—One half in hand and the balance to suit purchaser. "WM. STEWART. Huntingdon, Feb. 14, 1854. SBUWTIWGDO1V MARBLE-YARB>. <ft rptlE undersigned respectfully informs Y^S . •!¦ his friends and tlio publicgenerully, fegsjL in Huntingdon and adjoining counties that he has established himself in Huntingdon, having just received from Philadelphia a selected stock of choice marble grave stones of ever v discretion, which he will furnish at very re, duced prices. All orders through mail address, cd...
Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855
The Farm Journal for 1855. EDITED BY J. L. DARLINGTON, ASS ISTED by a corps of the best practical farmers in Pensylvania. The Fifth Volume of the FARM JOURNAL will commence January 1, 1855. Each number will contain Thirty-two or niore Super Royal Octavo pages, printed on superior paper, with new type, and will Iir filled with the best. AGRICULTURAL READING, original and selected, that can be produced*—The Editor and his assistants are determined to render this the most Practical Agricultural Work Extant, and will utterly discard all theories not attested by practical experience. They have obtained the aid of many of the best farmers in Pennsylvania., New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland, who will give their experience through its pajjes. ILLUSTRATIONS. Each number will contain several engravings of Improved Stock, New Agricultural Implements, Choice Fruits, &c. TERMS.—(Invariably in Advance.) Single Copy, SI 00 20 Copies, $14 00 Five do 4 00 60 do 40 00 Ten do 7 50 500 do...
Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 31 January 1855
Reflect Before Acting. The worst thing a man can do is to act wilhoul reflection. Your hasty person is generally a fool. He is always in hot water himself, or plunging his friends in for him he cannot be trusted ; with the best intentions often nevertheless does wrong. You might'as well throw lots as take his advice; for his decision is never worth the breath expended in giving it. If a man looks back over his life, he will generally.discover that his errors have arisen from a want of reflection. He has entered into a partnership without properly considering the charncter of his associate, the capital required, or the fitness of the company for the work to be done. He has purchased a farm without duly examining the soil, its vicinity to market, or the amount required for necessary repairs. He has begun a business without measuring his means to the end. He has married a wife in a sudden whim , ¦without studying her disposition or acquirements. He has embarked in a speculation, ...