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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855
A FARM FOR RENT A Farm in Licking CrecE valley, about four rr'lcs from Bell's mills and two from Bell's furnace, containing 450 acres,—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 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 hi.
Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855
BLANKS! BLANKS!! BLANKS !!t A full assortment for saleat the "Globe* ¦'' Of- '- Jice. .-.. ., -;. Deeds, • ,- - . ¦ -.;,- . ¦ Sommons',- . ;: E.V'S. A-.-dTb.C5. DeRDS ,^ ExECUTIOIfS , , ; v Mortgages , ' '" "" Sobpoemas) ' Bonds; with and' vFftfcout waiver,'- : ; - • ' W-ARRaNTSj' ::i ¦<' ' ¦ ' j ' :'.' ^-^LeASKS , ' :' .'. ;. -, AtTAGJIMENTB, -¦ ¦ ¦ ; CpMMLTTME)ITS j Ag^eement.s. for, the sale of Keal Estate, ..... Notes ;rdmqiushfrig aH benefy.%,6f eXemp-
Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855
THE POOR HOUSE AMT> FARM [The following Report of the Grand Jury made at January Term , has called , forth two communications , one from " A Director of the Pooir' which we copy from the Journal and ihe other from *' A Granp Juror." Our readers have the Report and communications before them , and can sift the wheat from the chaff at their leisure.} To the Honorable Ihe Judge of the Court of Common Pleas , and Quarter Sessions of •the peace for the county of Huntingdon at Jan. term A. D. 1855. " The grand inquest for the said county of Huntingdon, Report , that agreeably to the di¬ rections and instructions of the Honorable Court aforesaid , they proceeded' .tp the Poor House of said county, situate in Shirley township in said county, and viewed and examined the same w ith the farm attached thereto, and that said buildings is in guod order and condition , and the Paupers in the same appear to be well cared for , both in beildin?, clothinga ' nd food , that the Stewart ...
Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855
yg^pou . .. . . . . . ;: ¦ - •• •.Appointments by the Governor. ' ' Gbv. Pollock has made the following ap* pointments;— , - ., .• ; . : ¦ Thos. J. Powek; o'f Beaver,, (an old office holder and hunter in the. Democratic ranks, until he. - -was' kicked out of the party some t ^ lhree years: eincej) Adjutant . General ' of the iPB taie. ¦ _ .. - •¦•¦ y_ _ ¦ ;• ¦" / " , , " ' .. Christian Myers , of Clarion, (late-Whig Senator and candidate for SurveyorGenerel,) Whiskey Inspector of Phjladelphji". \ [ C. L. Mage?, of Pittsburg, (a full-blooded Anti-Mason opposed to all secret societies since ; the "disappearance of Morgan up to within a few weeks of the late election when he accidentally became a member of the Know-Nothing 'Order ' ,) Inspector of ¦ Weights j arid Measures ' for A lleghany county. . w ^ M. Culp , of Pittsburg, '(for-many years **3 9 ^r' Deputy Inspector under a Democratic ad-¦¦ ministratian , at Pittsburgh but his services were dispensed with , when-he became one c...
Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855
To Persons out of Employment AGENTS WANTED, In every section of the United Slates. The most Elegant and Usetol Volume or TIfE 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^ Commercej Literature, Educational Means, Religion,Pe6ple,.M. apijers, Customs, Antiquities, etc., etp., from the .latest ap4 most authentic sources. Embellished, .-with about 200 Engravings, an4, Mqps;. of European and Asiatic Russia. T^A ' whole complete in one large octavo volume of about 70Q pages, elegantly and substantially bouncl. Retail price, Ihrcp dollars. Ting work has been several years in preparation, and will, it is believed, meet in the fullest acceptation of the word . th ' e want so upiversally felt lor icliable information on the history and internal resources of a country occupying so large a p.ortion of the Eastern H...
Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855
;4 The ShMeysburg Heraia." : s.M - The first ' number of a new paper with the I above title, published by John Lutz, Esq., ?| at Shirleysburg, this county, is before us.— "? The Herald is a small sheet—in typographi' , ' cai appearance not quite equal to Gleason's » ' „ Pictorial—in ^politics, neutral. The publish' , „ er has our best wishes for his success in his [ f new underlakiag, but that he will see the el-! - : ephant long, before, 'the good times coming' ;-¦. ' ¦ .• come, the signs of the times plainly indicate. [ ' Dedication. i '4 The " new M. E. Church at Moorsville. | i| West township, will' be dedicated on Sunday ' ;; * The iSth ' of Feb. inst. , ' The Presiding Elder t Rev. John Poisal. and other ministers are ex-. pected to be present on the occasion. ! i C?"Oiir Poor House, through the kindness i I and attention of its excellent superintendent, ' Mr. Murphy, is becomins exceedingly popu-[ Jar.~ Shirley sburg Herald. " " ;3ftte- Glad to hear it. as we expect to ...
Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855
OHRPANS' COURT SALE BY virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of the County of Huntingdon, there will be exposed to sale by public outcry on the premises in Dublin township, Huntingdon county, on Thursday, February 15th, 1855, at 1 p ' clock, P. M. of said day, the following' described real cs. tate of David Hudson, dee'd., to wit . : A.certain 1 messuage and plantation of land situated near the village of Shade Gap, in Dublin township, bounded onthenorth by lands :now owned by James Sherard, on the east and south by lands of the heir§ of James Hudson dee'd., and on the -west by lands of Brice X. Blair and ¦ John Rouse ? containing 112 ACRES, more or Ipss, on l\'hich is erected two large nhd M convenient dwelling houses, one JtegL of log and the other of stone; al- gWsT -¦ so a large barn and other "" t - if^f* houses and buildings—bdtwecn and near to both houses is a strong, never failing spring of excellent water ; there arc other springs of good water on the premises and al...
Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855
TANYAHD FOR SALS OR RENT. fT^he subscriber offers for sale, or rent a Tap-1: ncry with all the usual fixings in good order ; there is a splendid orchard of choice fruit trees on the lot. Possession' will be given on the first day of April next. R. McBURNEY. McAlavays Fort, Feb. 6. 1855. 6t. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. "\TOTICE is hereby given that letters testa-_L\ mentary on the will of John Wakefield late of Barree low mini p, dcc'd,,have been granted to the undersigned. All persons indebted to the deceased are requested to liiake payment, and those having claims to present them for settlement. ¦ . JOHN R. HUNTER, Executor. Petersburg, Feb. 6,1855. ;. AlrL persons are hereby notified not to buy or in anywise meddle with James Kennedy's interest in or to a certain ten acres of wheat in the ground, on lands of Jno, McCahan in Porter township, as we have-purchased the same from the said J,ames Kennedy. HARRISON & COUCH. Hunting-don, February 3,1855.* NOTICE, To t-he creditors ...
Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855
0C7 " In an editorial correspondence of the Chambeirsburg Whig, dated Harrisburg, January 19, we find the following ; ; "An interesting 1 ceremony transpired at Col. Coverly' s Hotel on Thursday evening last. Rev. David Kirkpafrick,.of Westmoreland;, came on here to witness the inauguration" of'one of his school-boys'as Governor of Pennsylvania, and he met ten of'his early pupils , all now occupying prominent por sitious in life. • His pupils refered \o are Gov. Pollock , Secretary Curtin , Senator Taggart , Jno. M. Kirkpatirick of the House ' ; Hon. Joshua W. Comly, of Danville: Jas. Pleasants, Esq., of Northumberland ; L. A. Mackey, Esq., of Lock Haven ; Dr.H. Pieasants , of Philadelphia ; Mr. M'Reynoh's, of Harr risburg, and Col, Wells Coverly, proprietor of Coverly' s Hotel—all of whom met their venerable preceptor-at a-supper-.prepared for the occasion: No ; wine ' was there to inspire-the eloquence of the parly ; but some of the addresses were of the most touching characte...
Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855
ORPHANS' COURT SALE. BY virtue of an Order of the Orphans' Court of Huntingdon County will be exposod to public sale on the promises, on Satuuday. the 3d day of March next, by public vendue or outcry, the following real estate, late the estate of Jonathan Fink, late of Penn township, deceased, viz : A TRACT OP LAND, situate in Penn township aforesaid, in the coun ^ ty of Huntingdon, and State of'Pennsylvaniaadjoining lands of Joseph Norris, dee'd., the Rii3 r stown Branch of the Juniata River, and others, containing about 700 Acres, more or less, about three hundred acres iif which is mountain land, on which is erected various improvements (excepting a smill lot and house on the same for the widow, which is not to be sold.) The above land is of excellent quality, and deserves the attention of pcreons wishing to purchase real estate. It will be offered in a whole (except the. part reserved for the widow as afbrcsaid,)'or in parcels to suit purchasers, and as'the same may sell mos...
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855
ORPHANSV COURT SALE, . Yaiuable Real Estate for Sale. j: (Estate of William Buchanan, of Brady township, deceased.) . . • BY virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county, there will be 6old on the premises, at public venduie, on Thursday the 1st. day of March. 1855, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, the following described real estate to wit : A PIECE OR PARCEL OP LAN!?, situated in Brady township, Hunting-don coun. ty, being part of the Sugar Grove Farm, containing about sixty.'.acresj and lying- on both sides of the Turnpine Road, on the western side of Mill creek, adjoining-the Juniata,river, and lauds of Iryjn, Green and others, having therc-. . on erected a large two story frame <g*|*Bj|| Tavern House, Store house, .Saw mi|l, bssinL ware house and three dwelling houses l g .?&.ll™^—The saw mill is supplied by water from the canal and can be run the whole year — for merchandizing, the. location is excellent. The property will be sold together, ...
Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855
AdministratorsSale. (Estate of James Campbell, of M'Connellstown, deceased.) BY virtue of iiuthorjty given in the will of said deceased, there will be sold at public vendue on'the premises on Thursday the 1st day of March 1855, at 1 o'cloolc, P. M.,. the following described Real Estate, to wit :—One lot in said village of M'ConnclIstown and township of Walker, bounded on the west by lot of John Snydcr, north, by lands of George and David Ilaun, east by Union church lot, and south by the main street of said village. Containing about three fourths of an acre. The buildings and improvements are a large frame house, fe^j store house, wash 1 house, wood house, ijjjas carriage house, and two large stables ; - lilftJiLwith a fine lot of young fruit trees on the lot. Teiims op Sale.—One j.hird of t}ie purchase money to be paid on delivery of a deed immediately after sulc—one third in one year thercaf ter with interest, and the remaining third at and immediately after the death of the wi...
Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855
DIED At Mount Union, on the 28th ult., of con. sumption, Samuel, Good, aged about 35 year ' s". Att'io same place on the 3d inst., Davjd Mr. eh.s, son of Jesse Myers, dee'd., aged 2 years. At Fairmount, V:i., on the 23th ult., of typhoid fever, Dr. Benjamin F. Milleu, formerly of tliis county, aged 25 years. In Alexandria, on Monday the 15th n1|., after a few hours illness, Mar y Ellen, o.nly daug-htcr of Rev. F. A. and Anna Rup.ley, aged 4 years, 1 month and 6 days. Weep not for her ! she is an angel now, And treads the sapphire floors of paradise j Al! darkness wiped from her refulgent brosv, Sin, sorrow ^ suffering, banished from her eyes; Victorious over death r to, her appear-The YJstp.'d Jo} T s of heaven's eternal year : Weep not for her. Weep not ibr her ! there is no cause for woe ; Bat rather nerve the spirit that it walk Unshrinking- o'er the thorny paths below, And from earth's low defilements keep thce back : So, when a few fleet severing years have flown , She'...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855
I HUNT I N' G P ,ON ,1pA ^ . __ M Wednesday^ February 7. 1855, ' I Cirpulatibn—the largest in the County. Head Them. ' The reader will-find a number of new advertisements jn to-day's Globe. ¦ M Oo/rTanyanl for sale or renf. ¦ '$• O" Estate notice of John Wakefield. dee'd. ; " M OCT*Notice to Creditors of Huntingdon. if Cambria and Indiana "Turnpike Road Com-¦ * . ¦ pany. J DC^Lots with improvements in M'Connelstown for sale. " . : ' ¦" '^|^js»'"Qp=" Valuable property at Mill Creek, es-#; tate'of "Wm. Buchanan, dee'd.. for sale.
Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855
The Limestone Question. SaysGov. Pollock in his late Message:—? "Akind Providence has bestowed upon us , with a liberal hand, all elements of wealth and greatness. Our inexhaustible coal fields our rich iron deposits, limestone everywhere , and just where most required ' , -interminable orest, and our rushing streams, all invite the energy find enterprire of opr citizens to the dev-elopement of their frea'sur.e.s , andprpmise a rich reward .to their labors, On the above, the 1 Johnstown Echo makes the following observations, which vve commend to the consideration of mineralogists : How grjeatiul..wrought to be,to.Providence for being so kind as. to furnish " limestone every where, arid just where ' most required!"— Had " a kind Providence," : distributed " limestone everywhere, '? and left none "just where most require^' • the business would -have been beautifully botched. .T-he people of Pennsylvania owe a debt of gratitude to Providence arH, Gov. Pollock—especially ib Pollock....
Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855
[C7*Stei>hen Plfasanton, Esq., Auditor of the ' Treasury, died in Washington oil Tuesday night. He was one. of the oldest officers of the Government , having been in the. public service in Philadelphia, previous to, the removal,of . the Government to Washington- . .: ...':. ' PHILAP^LPHIA MARKETS, -..-:. . . Monday, Feb. 5,-r-P; . M. . The Flour, market . continues exceedingly dull, there being. np £ ' £p.qrt" demand, and the only sales making.are . small lots for home consumption at S8,75;i9 pep barrel for. mixed and good brands and S9,25a9,56, ' for extra. .Rye Flour is dull.at $6, und Corn $!eaii;;a,t$4,25 per bar.rcl. jGrrainr-T-There is no . Wheat arriving- and the stock ;is about exhausted—it., is .wanted-at $2, (3 per,.buslic! for red, nnd;$2,?2 for whitc, t wjth sajes of a. few hundred bushels. ; Ryeicoijimands Si v 22^- ,.Corn js BoSirce,, and good, yellow'js nrp^fe 93 cents, ^n; store, ¦ A pargo of Southern, sold pX 95 cents afloat, which is an advance. Oats sel...
Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855
ORPHANS' COURT SALE. BY virtue of an order of the Orphans'. Court pf ffiihtingdan pounty, will be exposed, to snip on the premises, in Walker township Hun. lingdon county, Penna., by public vendup or outcry on Thursday, thp 1st day af March next, the following described real estate, lute the estate of Isaac Vandeyander, -E)sq., deceased, viz: One vacant"lot in the . town . .of Me Connellstown—ulsb two Jots of ground iii said n - town, on which is , eroded a dwelling jpifSt house and shop, being the mansion JJj^. .property of said deceased. Terms of Salk.—One third of the purchase money to be paid on confirmation of s»lc; enc third thereof in one year thereafter, with interest, and tlie remaining third atthe death of the widow of said deceased, paying the interest (.hereon to her during life—to be secured by the bonds and'mortgage pf the purchaser or purchasers. " . '' . ' ' "B y ' the Court, 1 H. Glazser.,Clerk. Attendan. ec given by WILLIAM VANDEVANDER JOHN HOUSEHOLDER, Febru...
Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855
Notice to Bridge Builders;. OEALED proposals will be recelt*ed by the W Commissioners of Huntingdon county, for building a Bridge on the arch plan across tbe Juniatu river near Neff's Mill, between Peters. burg and Alexandria. Bridge " to be ISO feet long—one span, and to. haye double arches.— Proposals received at the Commissioners office up to 2 o'clock on Friday the 9th day of February next, at whiph time and place the plan and specifications can be seen. By order of Commissioners, II. W. MILLER, Clerk, Huntingdon, Jan. 23, 18,55. Female Library Association.''' r PHE Library will now be opened for subspri-X bcrs every Saturday afternoon at .3 o ' clock, in their room in the Court House, Annual sub. scription 50 cents. In addiliqp to the fbrmpr collection of standard and popular works, some late publications have been added, viz: BayardJ Taylor's Travels, Fanny Fern's works, &c. Increased public patronage will enable us to still further increase the interest. - By orde...