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Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
,;.; , stray sheep; j*^?wsss«^?\ PAME to premises, of the MtLlt ofii^ ^' 8U ' )C " Der ' n P ?nn towrisbrp, |^s^c^%m^' ' Huntingdon cbtinty, Pa., some 3l£>£5Jii2l3J»<-i>ne in the latter part of October last, nine liuud of Sheep/one having the point of both oars cut ofF r one with thepornt of one ear off and a " slit in the other, the. others have a smalt fork cut. out of. the under part of each ear. The owner is requested to come forward, prove property pay charges and take them away, otherwise they will be disposed of according " to law- ..--. . - ' ' •'- ' - ' VALENTINE FINK, Jan. 30, 1855.—* . A MILLER WANTE1>. A good miller off sober and industrious hab» _/\ , its, wanted at the Vineyard, mills, Shirley township, Pa. - One with a family preferred. ...... . , . S.H.BELL. J ' a " n. ' 18, 1855. " ..: ' ' ... ¦
Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
[C7!;: A.n interesting reviva]-: .of- rejigioff is being enjoyed in the Presbyterian^, and Baptist Churches in this place, "Hev^STifcL of the Baptist Chur,ch ' , ' ,']b,asjbeen assisted for several days by Rev. Nichols of Montgomery county, and on Sabbath last nine persons were baptized. It is expected that several more will be baptized on next jSabbath. -. ' Mr. Mc-Lean of the Presbyterian " * Church, " has been assisted by 1 Rev.'Sterritt of" ' M'cveytriwp, and Re,v..Thompson, of Jnniatacpunty. On last Sabbath some ten or twelve members were added' to'the Church, and the prospects of a greater number being added are.very promising.. ...,::
Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
Personal Property at Public Sale. "VT7 ILL bt: sold at Public Sale at the residence VV of.,the subscriber in Hartslog Valley, Hunt, co., on Thursday the 8th' day of March; 1855; the following- property to 'wit:' .', . ' ' " ,' <^ - Four Mares, 24 head ' of Cat- : ' '" JiST'Stlej (5 cows, 6 two year oldJW^S ^ J32-3Uheifers, - 9 heifers and stccrs-^^^^ a } T ear old in the spring,.and 1 bull and 3 su^cij;.) 12 head- of sheep,'8-head o ' f iiog8 , :i.ifbur"liorse wagon;'! two ^ horse drill, l' : twohoVsc" sled, 1 winriowing.'iriill, : ] horserak ' e, plows and Har. rows;'vvag'on and plows gears, coli' . chains, butt chains, and a- number ot" other ar.ticle's too numerous to mention. Saleto commence at lO.o'olock . on said day, wheti conditions of sale will be made known bv : DANIELSTOL'FFER. " Feb^. 13, 1855. ' - '
Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
: ' ' ' BAIiTIMOHE' CARD: l " CAH-R, GIESE & CO. ;. ' "COMMISSION MEKCHA NTS, . ., . .. - ' ; . FOR THE . 9 A IE OF,,, '' - ' .' ,-PLOUB, GBLa-IKT AKfi> XiX7BXB£H , : SPEARS" WHARF, BALTIMORE. • ¦ O" Agents for Newark and "Rosendalo <3o. Gementiand Plaster. •¦ ;. - . ••: .. -, • •; ;• ¦ . - Finerand G. A. Salt, constantly- on hand. : , .. . •, x\. a.—lii DeralGASH advances tiiaue vu consignments on receipt. ¦ --BaUimore, Jan. 31, 1855. ' ¦ ¦ . • ¦ ¦
Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
Birds of a feather tlock together.— Oh-Thursday last-in-the' House of Reprfeseiit^)ives, " sbine sixty gentlemen . ' we ' rejpul iti n ' orriuialion for United States Senator. Among th^jiunxber, we notice thenaineof our townsman iohn.Williamson, -.Esq ; ,:-nominated by G .ec* teasV '/.What-a'-pretty 'party a ' .fejff'bf ouflSading Democrats have got into." ''Sam" . is-.^faufi.y iwllow, and no.mistake.' ¦ ¦ "' -' -' • ' ' ..-•it -?> .lt\ ;"TT ' ' ¦ '-¦ ' ~i "-¦ '- . - . ¦'¦¦ • ' . . . / WSATltfJJB ?T^We ' iieein the House pro-/ce^tngscpjf,.Thursday last, -that "Mr. Leaa raad, intplkce a bill relating to the borough of Hnritin&Hori. " 1 'What kind of Legislation is
Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
; ¦ In West township, on the 12th inst., John Cornelius aged 83years; . • •' In Huntingdon, on,the 12th inst.-,.Miss JVIauqaret SooTa, aged,19 years; - ' . "' ,"'! ' . . MIlilTAR-S- ' NOTICE! ^^^^^ The Commissioned Officers of the * ^ |||| | | ^ 4th Brigade 14th Division P. M., t^ggglllj^i^ (Hunting-cloji county,) are ordered to meet in full uniibrm, for parade and drill, at Mill Creek, on Friday 2d of March, 1855, " at 10 o'clock, A. AI. ¦ . -¦¦¦ . . ; By order of Br. Gen. R."C.' McGILLv GEO. W. GARKETTSON, Major. Feb. 12, 1855. ¦ ....:,
Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
ottr,bor,4Ugh,asking for.?. Isr^Sam'?. about ? D^-CoKiA. K-. McCiuaE, of the Chamberslmrg Whig, has been appointed byGov. Po^lo cS^ ko'ihepostofSapetiQienaantofPub-^•^Cb j^HgA . ¦ • ¦' -: • • ' " Thomas E. Orrison has been appointed Post Mastepit Orbisonia, in placeof James p. Forbra/te.signed. . ; ... ... JC^ &yc.'.BiGi.sR has beea ' .;eIecte. dPresiftentof t±ra:Sanbury and Erie Railroad company at a salary of 84,000. •
Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
Indebtedness of Huntingdon Co-unty. The following is the indebtedness of the County: - ' ;, To ¦William B. Leas, Bonds on Poor House spropcrty, " S6,000 00 To Thomas Fisher, Esq., 1,900 00 To William Orbison, Esq., 3,000 00 ToEx'tors of Conrad Bucker, dee'd., 1,000 00 To Henry Fockkr, .500 00 -• ' ¦' • " ' . ' $12,400 00 SAMUEL WIGTON, THOMAS HAMER, BEIVJ, K.NEFF. ¦ Comrniss'rs. Feb. 12. 1855.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
VALENTINES! VALENTINES 1 3 " ^T received—embracing every.;variety of Jv *»*V and Comic—^fancy envelopes to match —for Bo, ^wholesale and retail, : very ¦ low. All orders fr<.n-ihe country promptly, attended to, a&d as liberally. as though the purchaser was prqse. n.t. ; . , .-, . .- ¦ ¦ .( .•_ . , r • _ . ; " Address . • ~ . - : -. . . , • WE COLON, " Book Soller, Huntingdon. - Januarv 24,1855.
Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
Receipts and Expenditures Of p^eVbunty _ of Hiintingdon^roni the 3rd day^^fun(iary,]'tSS%jqi: id,the, bli day of Janitanj, ~ l€55 ; ;iridiaHh'g"both days ' . • ¦>¦• ¦ ¦'"¦¦¦ - . - : - r'1 R3Ejefil*TS. ' - "' ; Anit. in T reasury at jast ^ ' ettlsment $301 SO ¦ \. - .j ::¦„ ¦ . : •-¦ ¦ , 84 g ' ..- _ - _ . 'Wil! iarn McGarvey, ShTFIey, 62 02 . . 1850 - , William Dean, Pemr, 9 '807 Henry Cremar, Springfield, 15 6 * 8 1851 JoKS-Love, Barrpe;- ' " "" 30 64 Daniel .Tea^ne, Cromwell, ' 121 58 Isaac Nharrer. Shirlev. - 191 98 John.Brown, Springfieldj . 12 68 Thomas D-*an, Walker, .4 18 Gharles Green, West, 271 21 ¦ 1«52 Daniel Womelsdorf. Franklin, 39 54 George-Bowman, Shirley, , 2 64 Levi Smith, Union, 31 88 John Coulter. Walker. 106 31 1853 lames Ewin g, Barree, 500 27 James Miller, Brady. 292 10 Joshua Greenland, Case, SO 00 Richard Madden. Olay, 77 S4 George Swaf ts, Cromwell, 449 60 Robert Peterson, Dublin, 222 V0 Wm. Mcllwain, Franklin, 804 06 Luke Voorhees, Henderso...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
list of OiitetaBdiag Balanees dne 1st Jattnarypi855, by thfe following '/:: ' . ¦ ..' '"' ',' -',"" . ' ¦ ' , . " , : Collectors, viz: ' ' • .. ..-• -. •. Year. Townships. Names of Collectors. County Tax. State Tax. Militia fines. 1840. Allegheny, , Samuel Robisony ' ¦ ' ' 466 33 1844. Tell, , . . Jonathan Brisgs, 105 - Walker , A. B. Sangaree , 1350 1845. Barree , John R. Hunter , iA 5d tPorter, Collins Hamer r ' ' 16 6 . 5 Sprinsfield, Benedict Stevsns, ' 1 00 Woodberrj' r ' Benjamin Bowers. 3 48 1846; Barree, Charles Cowden, 29 01 30O 78 Porter, . Jacob Rough, . 202 08 Union, James Harapson, - . 1 5 P 1847. Cass. , ' Lemuel Green, 2 00 Dublin, Thomas W. Nee'ly12 50. Franklin ' . ' John H. Stonebraker,. 6439 33 00, Springfieldj William Ramsey, §20 Telf, , George May, . , g, 00 1848. . Cass " Conrad Curfman, . . 3 00 *Pranklm, - John Conrad, 25 00 Jackson , . David S. Be$l r 14 00 JUnion, Levi Smith- 3 15 1849. Clay, Daniel Curfman,- . 7 44 iPorter, Alexander Stitt, 2 09" 1851. t...
Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
A" valuable Business Stand in Hun4 tingdon,¦¦ ' ' ; At frSvateSale. ,i HjiIIE subscriberofFcrs for sale his well knornj X property on Railroad street, near the Dcpot.t j ^-a The dwelling is large and well finished^ ins; is for convenience and com fort, with a con| - fcLr.Sl.Si- venient stofte room under the same roof There is a well of good water near the door.—s Also a good warehouse and othcrimprovemcnts[| Persons wishing to purchabecan examine ih^ property by calling upon the subscriber. h Terms.—One half in hand and the balance tsi suit purchaser. WM. STEWART. S Huntingdon, Feb. 14,1854. • . - • ' j aiaJWTJE«i9SOO]V IMAIliBLE TABDtl ^_ r jplIE undersigned respectfully informij V",:,/ I. his friends and the public gcneralljp easi, in Huntingdon and adjoining countic| that he.has established himself in Huntingdon| having just received from Philadelphia asclect| cd stoek of choice marble-grave stones of cverw distcription, which he will furnish " at very r«| duced prices. All o...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
ARMITAGB'S Electro-Magnet Lightning Rods A FTER many years' close investigation J\_ and numerous experiments, the Pattcnlec sakespleasure in 'informing the public that he has arrived at the true principles of protecting iamilies, dwellings and property frem the destructive influence' of Lightning. The calamities that every City, Town,. Village and Country falls victim to annually, through the gross negligence of its inhabitantsis beyond calculation, especially -when the remedy is so easy to obtain—this-is found in Arrnitage's Patent Magnetic lightning Rods, and in this alone. This Rod has been examined by the most scientific gentlemen , in the world—• Professors M'Murtric, Johnson, Wallor and many others that havo examined them, recommend and speak of them in the highest terms of approbation, and,have pronounced them the only safe rodsin,use in this or any other country, for tho protection _ 6f Livesand Property.— One advantage'is to divide and throw back a part of the electric ...
Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
HQSEORD & MILLER, GEMERA£..L.4IVlfi* AGEiVTS, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa, A RE prepared to-transact any business perxj^_ tainingto tlic .purchase.and sale of land, or Town Lots, investigatiouof titles, transfers and conveyances generally. We have located ourselves in the interior for thafpurpoue and will personally survey and carefully examine any'tract of land within our reach,' g-jve cortecf and proinptinformation concerning' Congress Lands in the Dubuquc and Des Aloihcs Land Districts, urany of-tjie sur. rounding counties, especially on. the ptoposed lines of Railroads, from Dubuque west and the Cedar River Valley Railroad. PersQiis wishing to make safo investments by having carejul selections made would do yvell to address or give us a cull. " ... Lands located on time for settlors, „ Payment of" taxes pun.Qtua.lly attorided to.. Township plots of latest date always on hand.; . . 36,900 -A.OXQS !of choice Faruiing.Land, for sale from $2 to©5 per acr.e. Also sever...
Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
• STAUIPFEIR and IIAI&&EY. Cheap Watches arid Jewelry, jjgswpfcSa WHOLESALE and RETAIL gg|||K£2|||L at the-•"Philadelphia Watch 8i^K£gsSIfiii®a,and Je-welry Store,"-No.- 9G JSTprth Second Street,corncr of Quarry ,Phil.a dclphia. Gold Lever Watches, full jcwcll 18 carat cases, ' - . - .-.. $28 00 Gold Lepincs, ... 24^00 Silver Lever Watches/ulljewclled,, 12 00 Silver Lepine,jewels, ' - . 9 00 Superior Quarticrs, - - - 7 00 Gold Spectacles, ... . ...700 Fine Silver do. - ^ ,. .. . . .. 1 5(j Gold Bracelets, , ' ' . .! . :300 Ladies'^ro ld Pencils, .- 1 00 Silver Toa Spoons, sot,. ¦ . , .- - • 5 00 • Gold Pens, with Penciland Silver Holder .l00 Gold Finger Rings, 37i cents to $80; Watch Glasses,plain,12J cents; Patent, 18£;Lunct,25, other articlesin proportion. Allgoods w.arran. ted to be vvhat they arc sold for. STAUFFJ3R & HARLEYl On hand, some Gold and Silver Levers and Lepines, still lower than' the above prices. Sept. 27, 1854-ly. • ' .
Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
PHILADELPHIA ADVERTISEMENTS REMOVAL. LIGHT! LIGHT. ' I 1IGKT!!. ' M. B. DTOTT & ES2TT HAVE removed to their New Store and Fac. tory, No. 74 South Second Street Philadelphia, (Five doors below their old stand ;) having increased facilities, wo offer to Merchants and others, GAS FIXTURES and LAMPS of every description, and at the lowest Manufacturer's prices, and unsurpassed in quality or appearance by any in the Country. Our Stock embraces Dyott's Patent Pine Oil Lamps, (the best in the World.) Burning Fluid and Solar Lard Lamps, Chandeliers, tor Gas, Pine Oil, Solar Lard, and Fluid,- Hall and Patent Spring Hand Lanthoms, Globes, " Glasses, Wicks, Pine Oil and I'"Juid wholesale and retail. Merchants and others will find it to their advantage to call and examine our stock and pri-r cos. KF~ Particular attention given, to fitting up Churches and other public buildings. October 3rd, 1854
Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
NEW FIRM IF PORTSTOWN Grocery, Provision and Feed Store. F, & C, SCHNEIDER, T)ESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of Lii Huntingdon, boatmen; and the public in general far and near, thet thoy ' have- O|iened a Grocery, Provision and Feed *<tore, in Portstown, in the old stand of Cunningham <£ Cornpropst, where tftpy ate prepared ^accommodate all who may give them a call, with choice Gn.octniFf, Provisions and Ff.eb- of all kinds at prices cheaper than can be had at any, other place for cash. . ' All-kinds df ' Comrtry Produce taken in eichange for goods; ' • ¦ • • The pulilicgenerally are; requested lo give n* a call, examine our stock and hear our prices. ^laeinga good warehouse,they will recciro from and ship goods of all kinds for any point on the I'enna Canal, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Pittsburjr, an;l other places. - ' Poitstown, April.5, 1854 ' ¦
Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
BANKING HOUSE OF • , ¦ BELL, GARRETTSQN & CO,, On North-West corner of Hill and Montgomery ¦S treets in the-borough of ¦ ' H13 KT T13NT <Gr» O OT, At which a geneml Banking busines is contemplated to be done.. ' . DRAFTS on Philadelphia, Pittsburg, &c, <fec, always, for,sale. Colle ctions made at the principal points, in the United States. " JVToney received ' oh deposit, payable an demand without interest; also 3, ' <5, D and ' 12 months payable with reasonablerates Of interest thereon. MEMBERS OF FIRM: ' : ^ J.,1\I. Bell, R. B .. Johnstons, Wm.:Jack,Wm M. Lloyd, Holidaysburg, ?* ,;¦ .&,. P. Wilson, J.Geo. Mh.es.; Wm. Dorfs, Jr., Thos. Fisher, Wai. P-. Orbison, John Sco.tt, James...Gwin, Geo. Vy: Garrettso.nHuntingdon fa- ' ' ' Hiih'tingdon Pa. July 11,1854 -3m.