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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855

m 1o all -whom it may concern. Kk The idea has become general that letters ' :m must.be,prepaid.to insure their conveyance j^j; in. the rrraite-.;. ^There is no. such law in exis-JKj lence arul;consequently letters " are mailed as ' ¦ «|feiere[ofore; ' unpaid or ' pre-paid as the senders jV .Jmnay desire. . . . , ^^^' ; The Reform Party. H>W/- • .tax-payers can form a pretty good if idea of the reform movements of the present |f Krfew-Nothing Legislature from the fact that r^ a bill' has . ' already, been introduced to increabe i the pay of members from three loftve dollars ,i|.atby: <;> : > ¦'¦' '- ¦¦ . • ' • ' _. \,% — —— —^ ¦ = ' .

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Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855

J. HIGG-ENS & SON, MOST respectfully make known to their friends and the public generally that they are ' earrying on the Cabinet making- business in all its various branches, in Hpntinghon, where they have constantly on hand, and make to order, all kinds of fqrnitnre, such as Bureaus, Tables, Wash and Sewing- Stands, Cupboards, Book Cases, Wardrobes, Cottage, French and High Bo.st Bedsteads, Spring: Seat Sofas and SC^^^^^^ie, Sofa Ropking Chnirs, Win,spr gffijgJi^°ffiffiV Chairs and Settees, and every other qrticle of furniture which may be called for—all of whipli a^ made o,f tho very best material and in tjip. mbs(. fashionable style, and will be sold at low rates. The public are respectfully invited to call and examine their furniture before purchasing elsewhere. , Warerooni on Htl! street, South side , five doors East of J. G. Miles'dwelling-, ' ' Huntingdon, Jan. 23, 1855, '

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Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855

The "Sober Second Thought." The Chambersburg Whig-in an article headed "Know-Nothing Defeats , 1 '" holds the following language: ¦ ¦ • . "It is.utterly impossible in a country proverbial for freedom of thought and freedom of action and suffrage, as is ours , to give permanency to a political element that is to be controlled in secret, oathbound caucuses, and that imposes upon its members, under penalty of formal excommunication, the support of its men and measures. Such a aystetn of p olitical machinery may work to a charm while there is no disappointed ambition to appeasej no personal preferences to sacrifice, no ' private grjefs to heal; but let such an organization once become^upreme over all parties, and the day ' of. its power Would be the date of its decay." ' ., ,. " • • ' . '

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Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855

SHERIFF'S SALE. BY virtue of a Writ of Veud. E . xp. issued out of the Court of Common Pleas pf Huntingdon county and to me directed, there will be sold on Monday the 12th of February next, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, on the premises, all the defendants right and interest in a certain lot of ground on the North side of Main Street in MeConnellstown, being sixty-six feet in front and extending back one hundred nnd fifty-five feet, bounded by a lot of Joseph Douglass on the West and John" Snyder on the East having Mthereon erected a two story low House and a sn.al! Stable. Seized, taken in execution and to be sold as tho property of Michael Shriner. JOSHUA GREENLAND, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, ' ( Huntingdon, Jan. 23, 1855. i

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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855

flZT^We.-jpopy. ' the followiiig.fromthe Bellarfonte C&nire ' Dembci-at': .'|tbqut.th . e ifst .>o ,f, November,.. .1,854, . Wm, ~'S>L who lived one, mile; west;of Bine ^^yj^urg ippn /to\ynsbip, Centre couni jS>- - ^ .^left honie for the purpose of going to /T alley to collect a smatKsbrn of rhonoy,V 55>r^.^hich time he had not been " heard ' of.' Wrr i; ; Erb-was a member of the Danville Vol- I I unl?eT"eorripran7y " , during " the Mexican " War. [ WerTikve^i'ot 'the rneans" _of knowing what j battles he was in :• but-vre do ¦ kno 'w that he f -was a;brarBrsoldier,;anjJ.agoodcitizen " . Pa-\ pers, copymg-xthe §bqT_e ¦!. w;p - or.• three times ' wiU,co . nfer ^;iast ' ing ^v gr upo,rjhia distressed } andahoost-djaconsolate wife and children. ;

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Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855

BALTIMORE CARS P ARR, GIESE ' & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, FOR THE SALE OJ? FZ.0UB, GRAm AlSID X.&RZ32IR, SPEARS" WHARF, BALTIMORE. O" Agents for Newark and Rosendalo Co Ceinont .and Plaster. . Fine and G. A. Salt, constantly on hand. , A. li.—Liberal CASH advances Made on" consignments on receipt-Baltimore, Jan. 31, 1855.

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Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855

STRAY- SHEEP. v9SW35OTS?S?Ji pAME to the premises pf tho M « J?^ 1K v'" ?wbcribcr in Penn township, jfeJ £i£ asfe^$f Huntingdon county. Pa., some eKKgcSiSsSs^inic, in Hie hitler part of October, last, nine head of Sheep, one having the point of both ears cut off, one With ' the point of one ear ofFand a slit iti th p ' o(her-, 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, otherwise they will be disposed of according to law. V ALENTINE FINK. Jan. 30, 1855.—*

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Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855

VALENTINES! VALENTINES! epQO,%IiENTINES J "ST received—rembraciiig every ; variety;: of tamv and Comic—?f&ncj envelopes to match ' —for so, a.wholesale and . retail,;-very low,; All orders,fn. jij the country. protnpUy attended to, and as liberally- ap;-though, ;the. purchaser-was p ' resepti, , ' . . ,; " •. _ ..,. ¦ •, ¦ ¦> . '¦ ¦ ' : " Address. ' . ' .:- .. . . ; .; .... -. ' , /vvm: colon, ! ' ' ' Book' Soller , Huntingdon. *-. Januarv 24,1855. ORPHANS' COURT SALE, (Estate of Joseph Gifford, of Shirley township deceased.) BY virtue of an Order of the Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county, there will be sold at public vendue on the premises in Shirley township, in said county, on Tuesday the 21th day of February next, at 10 o'ctpek A. M., three several tracts or plantations of land, situate in Black hog valley, in sard lovynship, described as follows : No. 1 contains 192 acres and 87 perches. No. 2 " <« 157 " 152 No. 3 i' 160 " 121 On each tract of lan...

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Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855

ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. T ETTERS of administration have been gran? I i ted to the undersigned on theestateof . Samuel Smith, dee'd., late of Hopewelltownshi p.— All persons haying claims againsj. said estate will present them duly authenticated for settle, ment, nnd all persons indebted to said estate will make immediate payment. JOHN B. VVEAVER, Adm ' rV- ' . Kopewcll township, Jan. ' 12,1855* "' ¦ ¦"• - "' . • p RAY BROTHERS' Patent Door arid 6atu VJT Springs, just received and for sale by.- ¦¦ • ' J. & W. SAXTON ,

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855

NOTICE. tS hereby, g iven that the Store and Mill Books of Henry Cornpropst kave been assigned to ifsforthe benefit ' of certain creditors—all per sons ' having unsettled accounts in said books are requested to call at our office and make set ? tlemcnt without delay, as " suit will be broiigljt on nil thiii'-rcmani unclosed after the 1st day of March next, without respect to persons. .'' SCOTT & BROWN; Huntingdon, Jan. 30, 1855. .

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Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855

• '. - A MILLER WANTED. A good miller of sober and industrious hab. j\. its, wanted at the Vineyard mills, Shjrlej township, Pa. Oliewith a family preferred, . . S: H.BELL. ¦ Jan. 18,1855. A bcaiitifuTassortrncnt of Blatikets .large-nnd = small, for sale by ' J.& W. SAXTON. TUST .received, another, -fresh, supply of-fall t) and winter, Goods, " and for salo very low by J. &. W. SAXTON.

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855

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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855

Receipts- andfJs^nditiires Ofth? Co'ifiUjof: Huntingdon, from the 3rd ¦day of fu^ttcr a. ^ 4 So i. u-p t r rrhe 5!h-dayqj "Ja.u'dr ' ii "' -l&.f':i : ~i' :^luiii,tg bo ' t/iaaiiH. " , ' .;; ' \ rfeCBIFTs: ' Ar.it. In Traasury at ' last ^etil ' smcnt $301 Si) 18-18 Willracd Mc 'Q' atvey, Shirlev, . . 52 02 • ;•;: . . '. '830 'William Dean, Perm, 98 07 Henry Cremcr, Springfield, ¦ - 15 6S 1S51 * John Lnve,.Barrce, ; 30 . C-l Daniel Teague, Cromwell. " 121 58 Isaac sshaner, Chirley. 191 SS Joan Brown, Springfiel-J, ¦ 12 68 Thomas Dean, Walker, 4 18 Charlea Greene-West, 271 2! 1S52 Daniel ."Womel'dorf. Franklin, 39 54 George Bowman, Shidey, 2 6-4 Levi Smith, Union, . 31 88 John Coulter. Walker. 10G 31 . , -, 1853 James Ewing, Barreo, 300 27 James Miller, Brady, 292 10 Joshua Ureenland, Oass, ¦ 50 00 Richard Madden. Olay, 77 84 Q. -orge Swanz, Cromwell, 449 60 Robert Pete ¦ sou, Dublin, 222 00 VVm. -Mcliwain, Franklin, 804 0(i Luke Voorlices. Hemiersoii, 422 20 Leonard Weav...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855

List of Oritstanding Balances due1st January, 1855, by the following ¦ ¦;¦ , : ¦ „,' Dolltctiirs, t ' iz; . Year. Townships. . ¦' Name' s of Collectors. ¦ County Tax. State Tax. Militia fines. 1840. Allegheny, SarriuelRobison , . 466 33 1844, Tell, Johaiban Briggs , . 1 05 Walker , A. B. Sanaaree , , 13 50 1845. Barree , John R. Hunter , 14 50 . {Porter , Coliins Hamer, 16 65 Springfield , Benedict Stevens , . 1 00 Woodberry, Benjamin Bowers , ' ,3 4S 1846* Barree , . Charles Coivden , . 29 01 . 300 78 Porter ,, ' . -Jacob Rough, 202 08 : Union , James Hampson , 1 5® 1847. Cass, Lemuel Green, • - 2 00. Dublin, , Thomas W. Neely, 12 50 . Franklin ,. " Johri:H, Stonebraker , . . 64 39 , 33 00 Springfield , William Ramsey, 6 20 fel^ George May, ' , - - 9 00 1848. Cass, , Conrad Curfman , 3 00 *'Franklin , . .John .Conrad, ' 25.00 . Jaiikson , David S, Bell, ' " . 14 00 JUnion , Levi Smith. . 3 15 1849. Clay, , Daniel Curfman , 7 44 tPorter , Alexander Stitt , , . 2 09 1851. "tBradyj ...

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Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855

A Valuable Business Stand in Eun-_ tingdon, ; . .... fl . At P' riya; (« Sale...- ¦ -i n^lIE subscriber offers for sale his well knorn I property on Railroad street, near the Depot. M l he dwelling is large and well ffnislied for convenience and comfort,wUh h convenient store room under the same roof I hero is a well of good water near the door.— Also a good warehouse and other improvements. Persons wishing to purchase can examine the property by calling upon the' subscriber. ' Terms.—One half inliand and the balance to suit purchaser. ,. , , WM. STEW-ART Huntingdon, Feb. 14,1854-. eaaJSTTfflVGBON- KI*REit.l3 ' YAEP. .^^ np t'IE undersigned respectfull y irifonne Yjsft . ' ¦ K's friends and the public generally, <fes& m 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? discnption, which ho will furnish ot very ro. duced prices , All ord...

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Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855

IP YOU "WANT TO BIT'S' CHEAP GOODS, CALL AT THE STOEE OF <G3SO>. ©WIN. GEO. GWIN has just returned from Philadelphia and New York, and i=>r.ow opening at his well known siand in Market Square, the largest and prettiest assortmem of FALL AND WIN VER GOODS ever brought to the borout>h of Huntingdon, and is now selling at unusually low prices. My stock consists inpart. of Oloihs, Cassimeres, Black and Fancy, Sattinetts, and a large variety, of Satin and Silk Yesungs, Kentucky Jeans T.vecds, brown and bleached Muslins, Drill Crash, Bags and Bagging, Linen and Cotton table Drapers, and a great variety of goods io tedious too mention. ' LADIES DKE3S AND FRENCH GOODS —a large assorlmcnt of Undersleaves, Collars and Spencers. J ; " ' . ' * .' ' BL\CKAND FIGURED SILK?; PRINTS in abunda'nee. Mus!in"de Lanes, Muslin de Bage, Alpacas. Lustres, Cash meres, Florence and Marc-line and Gro de Nap «ilk for bonnet linings, Erigins Lace, Ribbons, fancy and black Gimp, b...

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Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855

HOSFORB & MILLER : _' /_GEiyjpkijL £. , 4S,D" AteasiiTs, ' y/^terlop, Black Hawk., Co., Iowa, -RE'prepared to tra'njsaiQt any business p. erj'A/taiiiiag to the pur-chasc und's-^e of. land, or Town. Lots,-investigationof],ti tles, translcrs a.nd qouveyapc^ ' s generally. . , , . Weihuye located ourselves in the interior for that purpose arid will gersqhuUy ' .survey. ' and carefully examine any tr . act of, land, within our reach, give correct -and prompt inlormatioa concerning Coiigrcss, L-.inds in the JJubuque und Dcs 'JVioiuOs Land Districts, in any of tlic sur. rounding 1 counties, especially on' the proposed lines of Railroads mini Dubuque west and. the Cedar River Valley Ruilroitii. ' Persons.\vishingto niake safe investments by having careful' su. Icctioris ' rhadc would dowel I ' to address or ' give us a cull. - ...-.-. •.., ¦ ¦ ' Lands located on'timc for settlers ' .; Payment of ; taxcs punctually ' attbn'diStl ^to. Township plots of latest date always on hand,...

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Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855

J, &W.SAXTON , HAVEjusiTeceived.from Philadelphia the (handsomest assorimeut.of ¦ .;.-. ¦: Pall and Winter Goods ' ever offered in this, place, co . nsistingof Cloths, Cassimersy Sattinetts, Vestings; FOR THE LADIES, we have Plaid Silks, worsted Plaids, and every variety of Plaid Goods, to please the taste of the Ladies; .also, Shawls, Sachcry, Flannel*,'Bonnet Silks, Bonnet ' s, and the finest assortment- of Colinrs, Undersleaves, Shimazetts, &c, &c., ever offered to the Laities of this place. ' ' \ ' • . • SOOTS AND StfOES of every Variety, " for Boys and . 'Men, Ladies Shoes of <5yery variety, &c, &c. ' ' , ' ' ' ¦;' ¦ :; "' '' ' . HATS AND CAPS, a. beautiful assortment, of every gra>le and size. ¦ . HARD WARE of which wo have the best assortment in (own. - • - , ¦ ¦ -¦ — * ¦ --QUEENSWARE ,VND GROCERIES, of which there is no . better for the price. Oar stock of Oil Cloths. Carpets, &c;, is good. Tub^," Buckets," ...

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Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855

_1 ,STAttIfij'F53R ;aBad ESAR^EY; Cheap. Watches and Jewelry, $Rtf&pM ¦ WHOLESALE and RETAIL * s§Cg2^iii§fek ¦ at,,the. "Philadelpliia Wa-tch MsSp^^^3.nd Jewelry- Storc .i "^q. 96 Nortli i?Ecpnd,Str.eet . coriicr of Quarry,Phila: dclpliia. , ' ! .. ' . Xiold Lever Watches, full jcwcll IS carat cases'' - ' '. ' . . ' . ' , r 503 QQ, "Gold L ' cpincS} " ' 1 ,' .'.' . , ' . ,' 21 00 Silver LevcVWat ' chcs,ful]jcweliQd, 12 00 Silver Lepine,jo\vels, ; ' - . ' . 9 00 Supcripr'Quarticrs'^ - . . " 7 00 Gold Spectacles, ¦ . . _ . 7 00 ^Fijie Silver do. - . ' » • ¦ . . 1 50 Gold Bracelets,, ." '•.' I ¦ . '3 00 Ladies'Gold Pencils, • - . • 1 ; 00 Silver-Tea Spoons, set, - ... „. 5-00 Gold Pens, withiPcucO and Silver floldej%l O' O Gold Fiiugcf. fRihgSi 3.7.} cents to S80; Watch Glasses,plain,12icents; Patent,!8^;Lunet,25, otherar^clcs in proportion. Allgpo .ds Warranted to be.what they are-eojd forJ "'¦ . .. . . ' S'rA.iJFF.ER & HARLEY, '. Onhand, sornb' Qrold ' ah ' d j ;S...

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Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 February 1855

BOOTS AND SHOES, The Best Assortruent ever brought to ' ' • Hatitiagdon. • - . IT HE public are mforin.ed.that.LE VI WESTBROOK'has'just ' opened 1 "at iiis store, tha bcsts ' ole'cte'd . assortmcritof "¦ ¦' .. ¦ ¦ . -I ' : ' Ladies' and Gfn'tlemen's Boots and Shoes cvei;' brought to Huntingdon—in partasfpJIows: ; Men's; Double-soled Calf Boots , ' ¦ ' ¦ Men's Water-p roaf Hunting Boots, . Men's Heavy Double-soled Water-proof Boots, ' "" ' " ... B,qys' tFine,and Coarse .Bpots 1 ' Jindivs' Congress-'Graitor^ - ' - • ' ¦ ' ¦ Lmlies ' .-French Morocco'Gaitors , Ladies*- Goat ' and Morocco BoOts\ ¦ • Gum Shoes of all Kirids' ¦ •'_ ¦ together \Vith 'a general assortment of Ladies' Shoes and' Slippers; : Also, Misses' and Ghil. dren'sbest quality of Boots and Shoes—Canvas Valises, Hats, &c, &c. My old customers and the public generally are requested to call and examine r my npw stock. ¦ '-. .- ' • •• :. : --- ' . ' ¦ - ¦ " ¦ ' LEVI WESTBROOX. Huntingdon, Nov. 14, 1854...

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