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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
FROfit HARRTSBURQ Harrisburg , Feb. 9,-,1355.- - Editory-.Uiintingdon Globe' 7 :—. . ' . .'!" ' : ' Belie ' ving ' ihat an occasional;,line from the seat of government may not be uninteresting to your numerous readers, I have determined to wile away a few leisure moments by writitig-a short letter by way of giving you the news of the day. Although the Legislature" . ;has-been in session, for more than a month, yet such is the trW character of the Know-Nothing Legislature , that so far as I know , 'riot-a single act of a public or general nature has been ma¬ tured. The truth is, that the choice of a United States Senator has , and :Still does, absorb everything else. Next Tuesday will tell the tale on this subject, when that interesting .individual called "Sam," will roll up his sleeves and display his brawny arm in behalf of¦;his* favorite for the office of United States Senator. It used to be said that it would fa}ce,.a'Philadelphia lawyer to. unravel a difficult pjoblem, b...
Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
Herald of Pennmansbip! Good News for Bad Writer ' s ! For Young Men going into Business ! Ladies , Children and Schools I TJTOU can now obtain, for the first time in.the ¦I . world, a practical Handwriting, adapted to business or correspondence, with as much certainty us a child, learns to walk; and without, nearly as well as with, the aid of a master ! McLATTRIWS CURRENTS CALAMO (Rapid Pen) System puts this necessary art in the power of- all, without mistake; by u. series of Manuel Gymnastic Exercises, entirely new in their design, it takes the chain 01F the arm and 'fingers, makes the hand perfectly at home on paper, and combines the element of rapidity with the beauty of execution. It begins A. Revolution in the Art of Writing!, such as has never before , taken-place, and will qualify thousands of young men for good positions u s book-keepers, accountants, and copyists, who have failed, to learn to write well under every other system. It is equally adapted to teaching a rapid...
Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
0HRPANS' 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 premii ses in Dublin township, Huntingdon, county; :6n Thursday, February 15th, 1855, at I o'clock, P. M. of said day, the following described .real estate of David Hudson, dcc'd.r.to wit 1. . A ccrtaia messuage and plantation of land situated near, the village of Shade Gap, in , Dublin township, founded on the north by lands now owned by James Sherard r on the east and south by lands of the heirs of James Hudson dee'd., aiid on the west by lands of Bribe X. Blair, and John Rous.e, .containing 112 ACRES, more or less, on which is erected two large and Jbr^, convenient dwelling houses, one J^j^ IjTB aLof log and the other of stone al- | Iglf .Iii.iWW. j5q a large barn and other out-JuJ&iL bouses and buildings—rbetween and near to both houses is a strong, never failing spring ' of excellent water ; there arc other springs of. go...
Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
*¦" The Improved ;Lard Lamps. Some three weeks.since Mr.; Geo. W". Cornelius left with us for trial, one of the improved lard lamps he is now manufacturing and offering to the citizens, of Huntingdon county. The trial has satisfied us^ tnalwe have- had a better and safer lightin our office, and at half the expense, during the past three weeks, than we ever had before.- All orders for the-lam ' ps w.ill' be promptly . attended to by addressing Mr. Cohmemus at Orbisonia, Hunt. co. Pa* " " ... The Foreign News.—The latest foreign arrival was'at'New, York on Friday last. — The most important feature of the news is, the resignation of Lord John Russel from the British m,injslry. The aff.iirs before SebastdpoT were uuchangeil. The British army is said to be in a^wretched state ftom mismanagement. Menchikoff, it is reported has eaid : "Our troops -may rest, : Generals January, February, and March, will fight burbatiles far better than we can^ 5 . ' ..- - ., ' ¦ ' . "" , , Pennsylvani...
Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
: ;.: .- Sale of Personal .-Property. .. • - \ -The Pottstown-Ledger very appropriately remarks ^ lhat. yeits ago, it .wto. racist customary for all el'asses of citizeiis/.to visit the stdres/'tavefiis o'rshdps,Jo . 'learn t'Ue li ' ews and have ' " a little' Sociil co ' nyetse 'ev ' eiiirigs and rainy days. The change " of habits consequent upon the increase pi_ pypulatian, weait ' ti^rii^ihe general s'pf eac^of iiewsp»pers has very materially altered- this < order 'ai things. Nowpeople look to the newspaper jO)^biing the ^ufofmationf to v their houses iivbich fbrm'eJly r v*as obtainey a-t tha Cross roads, or ,at;;some place of pubjio.res.url, by. a written or printed,bill. '.Particularly are the sales of real estate, . -and • pe/sonal, property, considered' worthy df newspaper publicatiou. Experience has derhoiValraitiil, that one additional bidder at a : sale ' of personal ^property often'paysall .the cost of publication many thVesiB times over. r . The custom of publi...
Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
f;:;LooAi,s ^ —Sleighing and sledding has been fine for some time past.—No scarcity of fuel, as ' gg.ite an .unusual quantity of coal of>an excellent quality has been sledded to town ffclfri beyond Cassville.—No, poo/ people suffering for the Btaff of life. . The large b'hoys somewhat reformed.—rThe juveniles as mischievously inclined as ever.—The'boys and girJBgO sleighing and return with-their ears slightly nipped.—The farmers are busy . sledding in their wheat and unloading at J. & W. Saxtons' depot—cross over and pay up arrearages 1 or ;have their names entered'for the Globe.—A number of gentlemanly mechanics are'liow here, -and as soon as the weather will permit, the" new bridge to cross the Juni-Stta-fLver far " the accommodation of the Broad Top Company, will go upon a rush.— /0a*4w«ui-barrel has been empty since last winter:—a mess at any lime will be thankful-Jy received. The "Standing Stone" establishrnfent'has bden purchased by'a Mr.'Sny-3er^qf JLewistd...
Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 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 premises, 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-Nome, dee'd., the Raystown Branch of the Juniata -River, and others, containing about 700 Acres, more or less, about three hundred acres tif which is mountain land, on which is erected' various improvements (excepting a small lot and house on the same for the widow,.which is not to be spld.) - , . ¦ The above land is of excellent .quality, and deserves the attention of- , pereons wishing-, to purchase real estate. It will be offered in a whole .(except the part reserved for the widow as aforesaid,) or. in parcels to suit purchasers, arid as the sa...
Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
'"" ¦ t-Kotice ; to Bridge Btuid'erB;. -.¦:.. Q EALED proposals' \yiH : be. r^icci»-ed -b ' yjtn* O Commissioner^ ' : of Waiiiih^ibti- county; ftr' building a Bridge on tlte arcfc'plan across the iJuniata river riearNcfPs Mill, between Peter* burg and Alexandria. : Bridge-to-'-be; E50 feet ] Ong one span, and to have double arches;-— Proposals received- at the Commissioners' ofhee up to 2 fr'clocb on Friday the 9th:day:6f.Febriaary next, at which time-asidiipincQ the plan .and specificntions can be seeri;-> - ;i . :i.; . .. • '.¦ /. By order of Commissioners,;. . -, - - ' ; " :; < '.;• H.-W- MILtER, Gfork. . Huntingdon, Jani 53, 1855.- .' . j . Female Library .Association. -, - r PHE. Library;-\vill now be opened for subscri-1 bcrs cvcry'-Satarday afternoon at'3 o ' clock, in tbeirroom- in^tlie CourTHousc. ¦ Annual subscription 50' cents. In addition to;the fbrnxetrj collection of standard and popular worfe'p ,'5OB(i» late publications have been-- -add'e^d j-tfii: ...
Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
ORPHANSCOURT SALE. ¦ -Estate of William-Buchanan, dee'd. • By virtue of an o^rder of the Orphans' Court of Huntingdon cpiu ' iilty, there, will be exposed at public sale,oh the premises, ,. . ,.,: ,..-Q» Thursday the,8th day of: Marckj 1855j thb:followirtg described Real Estate,-to witi. ' ' One Ti'act of Unseatea Land vvarraritcd in the name of Benjamin'Ellictt,-81111110, iij , the township of Union and county of Huntingdon, containing a© ACRES 38 PERCHES, bounded by-the JuniataRivei", lands of James Fea, John Grove^ and others, known'as the Fishery tract. Also, on the same day, , ' ' : One ' Tract' of Land, being part of two larger: tracts, one of which, was surveyed.on a warrant, granted- to Robert Simpsonand ihe other on a, ' warrarit'to Charles' Kelly, situate in' Brady township; contahiing 266 ACRES, 128 PERCHESITrid allowance, adjoiniiig ' laiids of John' A. Campbell,'James Lane and others. Also, on Friday iEe 9th day of March, 1855, One Tract pf Unseated '. tana, warrant...
Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
ORPINS' COURT MLf r; c : Yaluable Heal Estate for Sale. \ (Estate of William Buchanan, of 'Brady tawnship, deceased.) BY virtue of an order of " the Orphans' Court of Huntingdon,ciwnty,. there . .will., be sold, on the premises, at public vendue, on Thursday the 1st day of March 1855 ^ :1^10 .o'clock.^. M-. of said day, the follow ing-'described real estate to Wit i .. -'• •.' ¦ ¦' A PIECE OR PARCEL OF IiA^TDi - situated in Brady township, Huntingdori-counl ty, being part of the Sugar, Grove Farm, coni tainmg about, sixty acres, and lying onbotli sides of the Turnpine Road, on the western side of Mill creek,adjoining the Juniata river » aa3 landsof Irvin, Green.and others, having lliereb___d on erected a large two story /ifanie' t^» ' ?^Wll Tavern'House, Store house,.Saw mill, IsssigsfL ware house arid three dweiling-h,b;use£ ISMMziissS—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 ...
Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
- Administrators' Sale. (Estate of James Campbell, of M'Connellstown, deceased.) BY virtue of authority 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 ' l o'clook, P.M., tl ' iefollowingdesciribed Real Estate,to wit-:—One lot in said village of M'Connellstown and township of Walker, bounded on the " west by lot of John Snyder, north by lands of George and David Haun, cast byUnion 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; store ^^ house, wash house, wood house, I-S 3 sT'carriage house, and two large stables; . l_ a fl J with a, fine lot of young."fruit trees on the. fuj^ :- ..:.. Tjcrjjs of Sale.—Qjie-,third, of ithe purchase money to be paid on delivery of a deed iminodiately after sule—one third in one year thereafter " witli interest, and the remaining- third at and immediatel...
Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
TANYARB POH SALE ORRENT. The subscriber, offers for sale or rent a Tannery, with .all the usual fixings iri good order; there is a.splehdid orchard of choice fruit trees on the lot. Possession will be given on the first day of April next. ' . . R. McBURNEY; McAlavays Fort, Fcb: 6. 1855. 61. EXECUTOR'S; NOTICE. .TVTOTICE is hereby given that letters testa-J\J meutaryon the will of John Wakefield ' iate of Barree townahip,'dec'd.,,have been" granted to the undersigned. All persons indebted to' the deceased are requested ¦ to- make payment; and those having "claims to. present tlreoi for settlement. ' .-: ! .¦ ¦ ' • •-..": ',. ' ,. ¦ ". • . " . . ' . ' ' JOHN. R-HUNTER,. Executor. ; Petersburg; Feb. 6,1855. . ,;..: , ; . notice. , - .;:. IS . heroby ig iven that the Store and Mill Books of, Henry Cornpropst . havei.been assigned to us for the benefit ^ . of certain creditqrs-r . aH persons having unsettled accounts in said books are requested to.call at our.office and make settle...
Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
ORPHANS' COURT SALE. (Estate of Joseph Giffbrd, of Shirley township, * deceased.)- ' ¦• • BY virtue of ah'Orderjof the Orphans* Court of Huntingdon county, there will be sold at public vendueon the premises in Shirley township, in said county, on Tuesday the %~th day of Febrvary next, at 10 o'clock A. M., three several tracts or plantations of land, situate in Black Log valley, in. said township, described as follows : No. 1 contains 192 acres and 87 perclie3. No. 2 " 157 '• 152 " No. 3 " 160 " .121 " _» . On each tract of land there is a house sl£ g|| and barn and other farm buildings—a «««» ySLdue proportion is.cleared—a consider-1 Elfii^^iible partof which is excellent meadow. Terms of Sale.—One third of the purchase money to be paid on confirmation of the sale, one third in one year thereafter, with interest, and the remaining third, in two yeors thereafter with interest, to be secured by the bonds and mortgage of the purchaser. • ' JOSHUA GREENLAND, Trustee. Jan. 31,1855. ...
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
ORPHANS' COURT SALE. BY virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county, will . be exposed to sale on the premises, in Walker townsh5p 'H untingdon county, Penna., by public vendue or outcry on Thursdays the 1st day of-^Mareh next, the following described real estate, late thee ' state of Isaac Vandev.inder, Esq., deceased, viz: One vacairt lot Ire the->town of Me Connellstown—also two lots ¦ of ground in said B__n town, on which ia erected a dwelling Tsss house and shop, being j the:mansion ^ lUfiLpropertyofsaid deceased. , T,erms of. Sale.—One third of the purchase money to be paid on confirmation of sale ; &ne third thereof in one year,thereafter, with interest, and the remaining third at the death ofthe widow of said deceased, paying the interest thereon to her during.life—to be secured by the bonds and mortgage of .the purchaser or purchasers. By the Court, H. Glazier, Clerk. " Attendance given by . • ' ¦ WILLIAM VANDEVANBER JOHN HOUSEHOLDER, ...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
HU1MTINGDON, PA ¦We dnesday. Februaty 14,; 1855 Circulation-- . -tfc.e largest in the County. -¦ ... , :' :'. • • Read Them:' ' ' \.. : ; - • The re^def w'il^ find several new " -advertisements in to-day's Gloije, to which we invite al.telitjbn.Lj ¦' ,' ¦ ' ¦ ' '• ¦ • • , IC7* Meeting of Commissioned Officers. • 0C7" personal property for sale on the 8th March. . ¦ . • ¦ -¦-' . ' . E7" Tract of 150 acres of land in Penn township, for sale. O 5 " Several tracts of land, in Union, Brady and Hopewell townships, for. sale ,- " * . . CGT^'Milawood Academy will re-open in May nest. . ' - ¦ DC?" Indebtedness of Huntingdon' county. EE7* Herald of Penmanship, ' y- 'y " V .
Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
ORPHilNSL COURT SALE. BY virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Huntingdon connty, will bo exposed to salo on the premises in Penn township, in said county, on Fridaythe 9tk day of March next, the following real estate,' late the estate of Geo. Schell . -dec'd., viz: a certain Tract or Plantation of Land, containing 150 ACRES, be the-same more.or less, adjoining:landsof John Garner, Mathew IVTCa 11, Charles M'Call, and others—on which j=3A iserected a two story Lpg House, with j=sg iorty acres elearedthereon. - izM— . The above tract lies close to the Broad TopK.-iiIroad,,and is otherwise eligibly situated. Terms—One halt' of the purchase money to be .paid on confinnation^ofsale, and tbe-residue in one year thereafter, ^vith- interest, to! 'be se. cured by the bond and. mprtga'ge.of. the putchaser. .;. : .;. ¦; :, ., .' By the Court, H. GLAZIERClk. Attendancegirqn-by . ' : ' -\' ¦ ;¦" : ' . r. .:=.: ¦ > i Samuel- schell,-¦ . ; ; . „,.", . JOHJJC. - iVLOORE,:: Feb. 12...
Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
MILNWOai); PADEMY, ^ . . Shade Gap, Huntingdon- County, I»a» rpHE next sessiorf ' of this well known Institu-(:JL tion will open theilst Wcdnesduy.of May. , It islocated at Shade Gap',18 miles froni the Mount Union station:on the Pennsylvania: RaiJ-. -road, from whrch pluce there is a daily line of stages. Being..situated-;in the country it is refnioved from ali the vices" and temptations of town. The building-s a-re large, airy:and ae-, ' cpmmodating—capable of accommodating some fifty boarders. Those who cannot,be acebm-. modated in the Institution, can obtain gpod boarding in the neighborhood atabout §1,50 per week'.' Terms $50' per session of five months, payable quarterly in advance. Washing 30 cts. a doz. Light and fuel an . extra charge. For further particulars address ""' W.'H.' WOODS, Principal- . The Principal's address will be Easton, Pa., until the, first of April, after that time,'Shade Gap, Hunt, co., Pa. : Feb: 14; '55. . '
Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
J. HIGCMftrS & BOM,. MO ST respectfuOly rnake known Co,their friends and the; public, generally that they are carrying on lhe Cabinet making- business in all its-various branches, in."Hu^jtujgdon,.where they have constantly-on. rhand, and t make to or--der, all kinds of furnit-Rre-,-, sucn..asjBuJreaue,, Tables . -WaBh and Sewing ' Stands^ Cupboards, Boot Cases, Wardrobes, .Cottage.French and Bigh Post Bedsteads, Spring " Seat' Sofas and' egs5§$||§$jpS5i5» a Sofa Rocking ChainsWirisor | §Kg--g-p5i5*|y ' .Cltairs and 1 "SeUeesy-and every ^ ~* ^^^^^^^ 'other articleof .furniturewhich, may be called fbr-^all of'^hic li are made ofih' o very best material'tidcl in,the'rtidfit : fashibnablB style, and will be so]d at-bw/i-ates. ';', ' ; The public a*re l-'espectfu-^y. rriviletfto'callana examine their furniture Before; 'purchasing'else' - ' wherel ;;i! " :' "" ' ' -"'- r:n l " ' '; ' : ; : ' : Wareroom on Hill.street, Soutbrside,'five doors-East of J. G. Miles t; dwelling. ' ::...
Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
PHILADELPHIA MARKETS. .. . I •: "Monday, Feb. 12, P.M. There is more inquiry for c!ov«rseed, bat"ata price below, the views of holders,vwbo demand $6,75 per 641bs. Timothy is steady atS3,50, and Fiaxseed at $1,85,-. at which price, the.latter is wanted.. j; , . . ./: : r ... :..-There is no new- feature to pf eeent in the Flour market. There is no export demand, and the only sales reported are'snjall lots for home consumption from ; $9 fo SL0,37i-per barrel (or,standard bra^s and e xtra family. In Rye Flour and Corn^leal nothingdoing, Grain—The market continues nearly bare of Wheat but the demand is quite moderate. Sales of-1200 bushels prime Pennsylvania red ut$2,15 pel- bushel ; white is -held at $2,25. - Sma,'ll sales of Ryeat Sl,22al,24. ' Corn is scarce and wanted—1500 bushels yellow, in storcj sold at 97 cents. Oats are steady—1000 bushels Pennsylvania brought 54 cents per bushel.-' ¦
Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
NOTICE. ; . .., . ._ ,_„,_. A LL persons- are .hereby notified •«o£to.bu3r J\_ or in anywise meddle with; Jaines'Kennedy's, interest in or to a certain ten acres, of wheat in ' the ground, on lands DfJnovMcCalvan in Porter township, as we have purchased the.same from the said James Kennedy. ¦ ¦ • ,- '¦ ¦¦ " HARRISON &COUCH. Huntingdon, February 3, 1855.* . NOTICE, To the creditors of the HuTitirrgdon, Cambria and Indiana Turnpike Road Company, That the Court of Huntingdon County at the January .-Term 1855, directed to be paid ' to the creditors of said road,,.two and one-fourth per cent on the amount of their' claims, ; t>. n which former dividends have, been- declared—waieh 1 will pay on the presentation oYtiieir certificates of deposit by themselves or their agents. ' ¦ " " JOHNS. ISETT, Sequestrator. " ' Spru«e Creek, February 6th, 1855.