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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855
. NOTICE. rnHE stockholders of the Juniata Bridgecorn-J[ pany, ; are hereby notified, ihnt an election will.be held 'at the house of Christian Couts, in the borough of Huntingdon,- on Tuesday, the 9th day January,- between the hours of 9 and 4 P. 31., for the purpose of electing one President, six .Managers and one Secretary and .Treasurer to manage the affairs of said compan}' for the ensuing vear. JAMES GW1N, Secretary. January 2,:1855.. .. ¦ .• - ... . - ." . Foundry for Sale or . Rent. f~piTE Steam Foundry belonging to the under-JL dersigned at Petersburg, will be sold or rented on reasonable terms, including a large vari. ety of Patterns, for Cooking Stoves, Parlor, Ten plate Wood and Coal' Stores, Water Pipe, Rol - ling Mill, Forge, Grist, Saw Mill and Threshing Machine Castings, also a full assortm jnt.of Plow Patterns for all the various Plows used in the country. The Foundry is favourable located for business, with all the machinery, Patterns and Fixtures in good order....
Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855
- ¦ . LIST OP-IiBXTBRS ; ID EMAINING in the Post " Official Alexan-_£\i dria Pennsylvania, on.the 30t'i day of De. ceralier A. D..1854; which if not lifted on oi-before the 1st day of April ncxt, ' will then be sent to the General Post Office department as dead letters. " , ' '. • One cent due on each letter in addition to the regular postage, the coat of advertising. C—Patrick ConLy. H—M. R. Ewih ' g2. G—W. P. Gunsalus. • :; ¦ ,-H—Francis E. Hopkins, Jolrn Hay, John Harveii. ¦ . ' ¦- '::. - . " ¦ . " J—Thomas.Joice. ;- • L—Mathias Lay. ->. M—William Moore 2, John Miller, Miss Mary A. Miller. 1ST:—Thomas Nex. • ; P—^Daniel Piper, -Miss Nancy C. Porter. R—Lizzie Ray. S—Messrs. Siewarf-. • ¦ . "W-—Benjamin Walton, Benj. J. WilHams 2.. HENRY CWALKER, P.M. Alexandria, Jan. 1, lSS-'V;
Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855
Juniata Academy and*Female Serainary, At Skirleyshurg, Huntingdon coavty, Pa. Scminari/—Rev. Jasu Campbell, A, M., Principal. ' ... . Academy—Iltreir. J. CaMabkll, A. M., and A, C. Kendall, Principals. ' ", ' -" rpHE winter session'of these schools opens on X Wednesday-.Nov. ' 7lh, and • eo ' n-tjnhea iive months. - ' - :"' '¦'' -¦ ¦ • ¦' "'" - ' .-, Terms—SEiiiNARY. ' ¦ . • .- . Board,light,-fuel and tuition—PQr-3essibnS56iOQ. Music wilh'-jae of instrument, per quarter ' . 8,00 Teh.ms—Academy. Board, room-ieht, fuel. arid tuition j per session 52, 0() Modern languages—per session ., . 5,00 Painting and drawing—per. quarter,3,(jttta"5 ^ 00 Incidental expenses 25 For circulars or information, address the Principals, • "•' ' - ' " . , Oct. 17, 1854-Sm. - , - - . . - :
Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855
•' " l"ia©€SJAHIA'jrS©rS'. . . WUKUE4. S, by a precept to me directed by the Judges of the Common Please of the county of,Huntingdon, bearing test tljs2i5ihof Nov., 1S5'1. i am commanded lo make Pu'ilic Proclamation- throughout my whole batiwick, lhat a court of Common Pleas will be held atthe Court House jn the borougb=.of Huntingdon, on she 3d Monday (and 15th day ) of Jan A. D., 1S55, for ihe trial of all issues in said Court, which, remains -undetermined beforethe said Judges, when and where all jurors, witnesses an'ct suitors, in (he trials of all issues are required. " _ Dated at Huntingdon the 26th of No v^. in the year of our Lord 18 ' 54, " and the-78th year of American Independence. JOSHUA . GREENLAND, Sheriff. Sheriff s -Office, . Huntingdon, Dec. 12/1854.
Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855
PHILADELPHIA " MARKETS . :• ¦ Monday, Jun. 1,—P. M. • The Atlantic's advices are rather fkvorable for Brea.flstuffs, but . they have had little or.no effect upon prices.. - The Flour market is quiet —a sale of 250 barrels -Baltimore was made at a price not wade public, and 150 barrels good brands of Pennsylvania at 89,50 per barrel—extra ranges from 89,75alO,25, according- to quality. . In. Rye Flour and Corn Meul no change—the former is hold at S6,50a6,75, and the latter at $4,S5 per barrel. . ¦» '. .- • Grain—There is very little Wheat offering, and !he demand is limited. Sales of 500 bushels prime red Lt 82,10 per bushel, and 200 btashels inferior white at $1,90, both in store. Rye j' k wanted a.t $1,25. Corn is scarce, and wan. led—snles of 500 bushels new yellow at 92 cents in store, and some at a higher rate. Oats are unchanged.
Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855
- SOAP AND CANDLE Manufactory, Main Street one door west of. the " Globe' Office, .. = HTTKTINGDOSSr, PA. T71REDERICK LIST informs the-citizens of JJ Huntingdon, and of the county, that he has commenced the manufacture oi mould-and dip Candles and Rosin Soap, one door west of the " Globe" office, oh Main Street, Huntingdon, where he will always be prepared to fill orders at city prices. TALLOW VVANTED, and the highest cash price wilibe paid. ' Huntingdon, Dec. 5. 1854. - .
Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855
Come and Bs. Clothed, At Roman's Store opposite Gouts' Hotel. Over CoatS t - Frock Coats, Dress Coats, .. . Sack Coats, Business Coats, Pants and V-epts. ; Shirts and Drawers,- . Handkerchiefs and,Cravats, Collars, Gloves, Suspenders, , ^ Hats and Caps, i,c.,&c. . All of the best materials and most fashionru blc style and finish—cheaper than elsewhereiEF" Call'and examine for yourselves. Huntingdon, Nov. I4j 185^.
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855
MARRIED, On the 21st ult., - by the Rev. N. S. Buckingham, HIV-, George. Mounts of Centre county, and Miss Elizabeth Cromwell, of Alexandria, Pennsylvania. ' - - On the 25th. ult., by the same Mr. John Gagijagen Kiid'Miss AmandX Woods all of Alexandria, Huntingdon county, Pennsylvania. v On the 28th ult., by the Rev. P. M. Rightrnyer, Mr. John Caul of Hoilidaysburg, and Miss Eliza SVece of Sinking Valley, Blair county, Pa. On the. same day, by the same, Mr. John Kinch, and Mies Angeline Gintjier, both-of Huntingdon Furnace, Huntingdon county, Pa.
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855
IMPROVED IiAHD LAMP. ri'flE undersigned having purchased the full J. and exclusive right and privilege of constructing, using, nnd vending toothers, tho right to make and use,rn the county of Huntingdon, £TON!iSIFEtt & SMITH'S improvement in the adjustable packing for a lamp for burning lurfi. Lamps for sale by the dozen or single, also township rig hts for sale at reasonable prices. All orders promptly attended to by addressing the riubscriborv.Orbisonia, Huntingdon count}' , Pennsylvania. - - GEO. W. CORNELIUS. Sipesvillc, JS'ov. 21, 18o4.-6in.
Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855
BLiNKS! BLINKS i! BLANKS!!! ¦ A full assortment for saltutihe^Globe^ O^' . , fice. ' ' ; " "" : ' ¦ Deeds, Sdmmoks' , , ^\y.[ : Ex' s, and Tkus. Deeds , . Ex£cuTrows, v: ~, MOR.TGAG-£S, . -,' ; -Sl/I!FtEH"AS, :'" \ ¦ ¦ '' Bonds, with and vdthout waiver, ;. . . ' v \. "- . " Warkants, Le asks-, _ - ^ A.TTACHMENT . S, " -• ¦ CoMMITTMEKTS, ^.grkements for the sale of Bea i *»ta! ^ • Notes relinquishing all bao»fi« f f^™?' __
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855
,CT"A PhilnJelpriia paper states " that, there are fiye.hiinuied lawyers in that city who do noTDii-nnes ' s and who have no other office but their hiits. ' 'Poor devils, .-; "" (C7 =r Thrt l e hundred and twenty-six Revolutionary . Pensioners died , during the past year. The nurnbwr how on ' thu pension roll is one ' , thousand .and si.Uy. OCT^The Philadelphia JBvllitih g iyes a recnpiiulatioii eifj^il* " principal fires that have occurred in this country during the year 1854 , an'd the reported losses—total 315,288,000.
Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855
STHA.T PIG. /""1AME to the premises ' of"the subscriber in \J Henderson township, about the 1st of December insi., a bla . ck boar pig supposed to be about eight months old,—tbe owner is requested to prove property, pay charges and take him away,- otherwise he will be disposed of .accordto law. • ' • . - JOH]S + WARFEL. •December 1 ' 2, 1854.- ¦ ' .
Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855
GR AY BRGTHERS'-Patent ~D6<if-&&&;®m Springs,, iust xeqeiyed and for %»le by • " . <.-. ¦ - •: ,- - -' x- '. & W, BA5TON. TN THE MATTER of the Order to view and 1 vacate part of the oIsP Petersburg rcad-anii Warm Spring read iTitavgh the new town of West Huntingdon ^ Kovember 20th- 1854, on motion Dorris, the Court grant a rule to shew cause why the soAd ¦ roafe - oi highways should not be closed up a ' ndTvac|i.ted, and direct said rule to be inserted in two newspapers published in the county for four successive weeks agreeable to the Act of Assembly of 8th May, ] 854, entitled " An Act to enable the Courts to vacate lanes, roads" &c, &c. By the Conrt. TIIEO. H, CREMER, Clerk. Nov. 28, 1854-41. . •"
Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855
C ODPisK, Maclierali'Hemh'g'^c^' jastj-ecei red and for sale by ' X&> " '^Vi SAXTON. ; - - - - ¦ - iXST . OF J.BOTERS • -.- . • , - T> EMAINING " in the FoBt OlB.ce at Hunting-¦ J\) don, January 1st, 1855, which if not lifted on or before the 31st daj of March next, will be sent to the Genera!,; Post ;Office " D ' cpartmo ' nt a3 dead letters: ' . . ¦ - B—^B-. Bowers 2, Mary L; Barber, Valentine ' Braun. Geb. Bliler. ' C—J, CaTroil, Esq,. T - Robt. S. Craig, John G. . Coi-bio, Patrick Carroll, Benjamin .Corbin, Isaac Carroil. J>—Patrick, Duggin, George Dulin, Wm, Dovv-, • land, Jane Baughert}^ , George Decker. ' Fritz F—Henry A. Fricy,, Mrs. Phebe Ann Daniel W'. ' Fink.. . " . ' ' G—j. w. Grizzard, Geo. Crepn, Owen Goligley H—Geo. Hite, Ilol)t. Hucy, Hall & Brothers 2, Wm. ' W. Hight. J—Stephen ' Jewctt, Wm. Jamison. K—EHen, Ke-lly. - . ¦ .. ¦ ¦ . :- . " L__.W.m". Lanp 2,. Miss Eliza Long-, David Lutz, Esq., Mr- G. Lewis. " • .-• M---John...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855
COURT AFFAIRS .&AMUAKY TEEM, 185S TRIfiOj LIST. FIRST WBEK. Spier's adm'rs.,.ys. Buchannan 's-adm'rs. Liikbn's adm'rs., vs. Madden., John Saiap, vs. Adam Boucki same vs. John Fisher. Bickerstaff, vs. Patterson. D. Walker .vs. J. W/Myton' s adm'rs. Samuel Boliriger, vs. Wm. Johnston. Corath. for Shoenbcrger, vs. Crownover, at. a] Hirst Clark & Co., vs. Myton &, Cunningham ,. , SECOND WEEK. . A. P. Wilson, Esq., vs. M. Baoy. Coroth. for.Kyle,-vs. Hoofer. Dysarts Ex'rs,, vs. Cryder's adm'rs. Comth. at suggestion of Bratton, vs. Crownover S..F. Prince, vs, George Bell. W. P. McCreary & Co.; vs. Robert Woods. Scott & Wife, vs. Johnston. Samuel McWilliams, vs. John Jamison. F~Platt &> Co., vs. R. F Haslet. Dx. David Ahl, Indorsee, vs. Jos. Spangler. Grand Jurors. Wm. B. Addlemart , farmer, Warriormark lp John Bumbaugh, gentleman, Henderson. John Beaver, farmer, Hopewell. James Barrfarmer, Jackson. Jacob Bellman, tinner, Po...
Id=121 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855
R. A. MILLER, D. D. S. • A RTIFIC1AL TEETHfrom one agwwg, J\_ to a full setmounted in the most QTg'pfiS improved modern style. . ; ' Fitting, .Filing and Cleaning done with cug and neatness. - Teeth Extracted with all the ease tnd -d«s. patch that modern science can furnish ' . Huntingdon, March 8. 1854^ ~ ~ JOHN SCOTT. ' SAM0EL T. BHOWK. SCOTT &, BROWS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW," HUNTINGDON , PA. OFFICE same as that formerly occupFed by Mr. Scott. . Huntingdon, Oct. 17, 1853. ATTOENSY&T X.AW, * Will ittend faithfully to afJIogal husjnets intrueledto his care. [Huntingdon, July 2-6,'5r T. P C1MPBEL1 , _ ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE removed to the brick row near the Court House. Under Temperance Hall No. 17. MACKEREL, Trout, Hams and Shoulders, Dried Fruit, Carnphene, Corn by the bushel, &c, &c, now on-hand and for sale at LONG & DECKER'S Cheap Grocery. HATS. —Moleskin No.land 2, of the latest styles/ Kossuth Hats of various styles and qualities'—will...
Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855
The Huntingdon and Broad Top mountain Railroad and Coal Company respectfully call, the . attention of Capitalists and those lurking money to invest, to their Bonds now. being issued. T HE entire length of their road and branches now under contract is thirty five miles, the grading- and masonry of more than two thirds of which is finished, and the balance rapidly progressing toward completion. A mortgage of the entire road arid 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 ot bonds by the Company ; and the Stockholders will have, upon the completion of the road which the negotiation of-the bonds will secure, property as security to the amount of a million and a quarter or a. million and a half of do...
Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855
ARMITAGE'S Electro-Magnet Lightning Hods A FTER many years ' close investigation jQ_ and numerous experiments, the Pattentee sakes pleasure in informing the public thai he has arrived at the true principles of protecting families, dwellings and property frenj 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>vfound in Armitage'3 Patent Magnetic Lightning Rods, and in this alone. This Rod has been examined by the most scientific gentlemen in the world— Professors M Murtne, Johnson, Wallor and many others that have examined them, recom. mend and speak of them in the highest terms of approbation, and have jjronounccd them the only safe rods in use in this or any other country, for the protection of Lives and Property.— One advantage is to divide and throw back a part of the e...