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Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
$200 REWAKD. ' 'I'lHE public generally, and the rascals who J. some timesince entered my store and removed valuables to the amount of about SHOO without my permission, are informed that I have just opened a more general and better as. sortment of articles 1 in my line of business than wu.s ever brought to Huntingdon, con -.^sjijss. g5? sisting of Watches, Jewelry, ^^^T py»L Clocks, Fine Knives, Pistols, ; 5 *^| $klt-£gi Perfumery, Port Monnaies,Sil- ^^^ f vet Ware and Fancy Articles, &c, &.C. My old-friends and customers, and, the public in general throughout the county arc. requested to call and examine my assortment. EDM. SNARE. Huntingdon, March 22,1854. . ;
Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 February 1855
ADaiS.&' , C,OJi&,ilXPRESS. - .: T. K. Simpntoii iAgX, BjitttiDgdou, MONEY , Packages, and Good's oi allkindsi received and forwarded'at thp'Tiskof :the Company, toAll tho cities and principal towna in tne United:Statw- - - ..... . • • . —JAPAN eONQUISWt J^. • ' - " ^ ' ¦ ' ^^ ^OBSr -**' 5 ^ PETJER SW.OOPE,. hereby malces knoTm to the citizens of Huntingdon County, that ho has just returned from Philadelphia and" han opened in frame store room lately occupied by Marx Israel, near the corner 'of Hill & Mont, gomcry Streets, Huntingdon; P51' -** I Sjg?' new » 0A1 and well.assorled stock o^OiXTS AND 9W% SHOES,- MATS AtfU CAPS cn,b Ta. 1 TOfc. cing finc.andcoarse Bo° »s, : &j}oes f -:Gai. tors, Monroes, Ties, &.c.Joc Geritlomen ; and also-fine G. 'iiteir Boot^ -Buskine; Jenny -Linda , and Ties for Lad-ife^H^^JBoots ^ and Shoes of every., variety, and fashion. : --; ' Gc'ntltainen- and. Boys ' can be accomodated with hats- of the latest : a...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
THE SORROWED TOOLS A Siciafc^ FOR- EARMERS. j-::j/,;i i • :>¦;. . ! i. f . ' , '[ ' '¦ I ¦ .: ' BY AUSTIN C. ' bERDICT. ' . ' . rirSdmtiSl'.'Tfaorripson .anil-""3N r athan Holmes vveffeboth of them farmers,-and they, were also near neighbors. ". Their land was situated upon a,.beapt!iTal riJge, ,arul. was strong,and productive. ' In the natural capacity of the feoily (here . \yas - not .a cent's worth of difference ia ' .tf^ t.wo -fai'ms, . but yet . the}- bore a ve|-y dissimilar aspect, after they ; had been worked-a ' number of years. Mr. Thompi ¦!<>.:;- • •,. it • J .1 , ¦ ¦ ¦::: :¦" - ' . spn J s, buildings":looked neat and 'tidji.-, Hjs door yard - was- clean; his windows were whole, his barn was snug and warm, his'orchard looked thrifty, arid the trees carefully dressed.\wdip.rbiie 'd(. ' -N<nv Mr. fiolmes had !fio/rpbfe fkrriily to support ' Chan had his neigbbory-.bnt',yef his house. . 1 and oiU-buiklings, and the rdtnJ aspect bi his farm we...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
' The Hungarian Gipsied.' " ¦ ' ' •¦¦ The social h'fe of this/aut ' laived race, now numbering about four thousand, bears the impicss of great moral depravity. (JndEr a tent or iii a narrow liur, containing onb sin¬ gle, room, a whole family . lives, however i>umerous, without any furniture, even without a bed. - In the middle of the room; -a fire, their neyer-fairing 'cohipanion, burns alike-in winter-and . summer,, over which hangs"the large soup-kettle on-two forked slicks. Jnto it they throw pell-mell all the eatable they procure , during the daj'j consisting 'of tHe most .uurious medley o.f gipsy " dainties—-from •a rotterrog^ to:a deaxl cat. •... ¦ .'¦::. • '¦ As sobn 'ris the fo'py -cftteres' tiiaiihooJ, he seeks for. a companion among, the 'swarthy beauties of his tribe, and after a short-courtship makes his proposals to the object of-his choice, the consent of parent being not much cared for, by either ' of the parties. On ' the wedding day the 'bridegroom, and...
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
A Queer Place to Lay Eggs. Dr. George A. Perking, when residing at Cape Palmas, West.Africa, while silting ir: the house one day, had his attention attracted by a singular noise, and : upon searching for the cause found s small blue'insect of the wasp tribe, engaged in attempting togeta fourpenny nail into the key hole of the door, which he accomplished after a great deal bf trouble. ' Dr. P. had-the curiosity, lo take off the look lo sea what disposition he had made of the nail, and found this, with several oth¬ ers, besides bits of wood, &c, covering the body of a gigantic cockroach. The mystery however, was not unravelled till some time afterward, when Dr. P. saw one of these same insects emerge from a cocoon forrhed in the body of a cockroach of the batne kind. During his stay in Africa, he had often seen this little blue wasp pursuing one of these cockroaches, (twenty times his own size,) and efter a severe struggle, the wasp, always conquering, would put out both e...
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
.;:, HOSFOBD'A-MILLER, GEWESiAEi. .IL4]SB> ACIESTS, Waterloo, Black Hawk. Co., Iowa, A TIE prepared to transact any business peri\ taining to tlie purchase and sale of land, or Town Lots, investigation of titles, transfers and conveyances generally. ¦ • • ¦ We have located ourselves in the inferior for thai .purpose.and; jwilH personally ' survey " and carefully examine any tract of land wi'thih our reach, give corrbct 'arid prompt "information concorninr : '<° pngrcss Lands in the Dubuque and Dcs MoliftSs Land, Districts-, in any of the sur. rounding counties, especially on the proposed lines of Railroadsfrom Dubuque west and the Cedar. River Vailey Railroad. Persons wishing to make safe investments by having 1 careful se. lections made would do well to address or g-ivc us a call. -Lauds located on time for settlers. Payment of. taxes punctually ¦ attended to. Township plots of latest date always on liatifl. 36,900. "Acres' of choice Farming Land, for sale from S2...
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
Preserving Fl6ur and Meal. The patented plan of Thomas Pearsali , of Hooper's Valley,.N. Y. 3 for preserving flour , meal and grain from, heating and souring, by having an open pipe Tunning through the centre of a barrel of . fl6ur_ and meal, or a number,.of. such tubes in bins ; of grain, we have tested and found to be an excellent invention. A barrel of Indian -corn meal put up in May last, - with one of his refrigerating tubes, is now as sweet as ft was on the day on which it was packed. This improvement must lead to agreat saving to our country, as it is calculated that rio-less than S5.OQO.000 is lost annually by,the ; souring of flour an<3 the healing of.:grain in pilesj much, if nolall of which may be saved by the application of this invention, which is neither complex nor expensive, but simple and. cheap. A barrel of corn meal, packed:in one of;Pearsall?apatent tubular barrels, arrived in this city on the 7th of this month, from. .Louisville. r"It;was-, put.u.pia....
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
Ado-ice for-young Men. , . • ft is impossible for us to say ivhat occupation would' be'most lucratrve to a young man particularly as we know nothing of his talents or acquirements. We would, however, say, as a general rule to all; ' : db 'hot rnake haste to be rich. " • Adopt some safe and reguiar,business, in which you may realize a comfortable living, and be content. If a person is prudent and economical, there is generally no danger but he wilt succeed]. -The idea of "getting.rich'-'-is .a vaitj and foolish one; and men generally spendhalf their lives in finding out Unit/to ' aceorriplish this object is a"useless un dertaking.. ..There--are thousands of : persons at the present.time suffering from the pangs of, poverty, w.ho, if they had been content,iv.ith a sufficiency^ would, now haye been, comfortable and h.ippy.,. The education; that we get. in the world is^ore dearly bought than,our youthful instruction,, andit;w.oul4 b,c " w,eil if young rnen..would more generally prof...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
THB . H,iriTTIW&DOK GLOBE ' ' fPer annum, ^advance ' , ' _ . SI 50 ^ ' ¦ 't l ^ .i^LJ^:\^i!^^t--^kid'x.xi. advance, 2 00 .^&a.->QiUX!r % ~tHacontmuea '' uritilr all -arrearages ar(j,,paia. ¦ ,.,,,. , ,, ... , ¦ .:•*,:,-i • •¦ -. ¦ ¦ . ¦ ¦ ! 'A failure to notify a discon ' tmitanbe attlieexpiratioh of the term subscribed for will lie con. side. rq' fl'a'hbw'ong&gbment.' , , . ' , ,.. " /, ', , . ;, • , ; Terms of Advertising. ' : . . " ' ' ", ¦ • "' '- ¦ "• " "' ¦! " 1 ins:i2 ins. 3 ill's. Si* 1'iriijs or letis,' - • ¦¦ ' ' 25 '" 37J 50 l^uare, 16-linesbrevier, ' 50 75 1 00 ¦8: .i •!":•'• ¦ ' - ¦" . :' ¦ ;;" ¦¦ ! 1 GO 1 50 2 00 j3?.".!;«j:: .:.;•: . ' '<i • ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦I 50 2 25 ' 3-00 • '¦ • ' - . ¦ • ¦ '¦ ¦ -3in. ' ¦ -6 m. '¦" 12m. 1 square," •• •" .- -S3 00 $5 00 88 00 2 •' " . 5 00 8 00 " 13 00 ,3_ i.'..•«:• " - - . - : ¦ ¦.<¦' : .7 50 10 00 -15 00 4 ¦ :• ¦ >"•' • ' • ¦ ¦«¦ '9 1 b6 ; 14-00 ¦ '- : 23 -00 5 ¦ "•"- ¦ • " 1-5 00 ...
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
. :¦ ¦ ¦ - - ¦¦ >-&:g ; enf;s. i f-of,' the.>Grlobe.' .h ;¦ :i:-!. ; Tiic Pol lowing gentlemen .arc ¦ tr " ulli6i;iz : c-'' ( ]'' 'io rb'eeivc^life'-iirnnli ' s-o'f Vil ' l whtjefriny cfti'siro la'become subscribers t_q_tho Gi-odf:afid'lb'rceciVc advah/cb? pay Jntfais^iiid rcceml. for the same. Henry Zimmerman, Esq., Cofffcc-lium- 1 ' Wm..Campbell, M'Coimcll&tpwJi. UknJ. FvPatton,"Esq./WafrYoTsmark. ''John ' Owens' , Esq., ; BirmiiTghairi.' ¦ R..F. Uasf/ett, Spruce Creek. :' ¦ ¦ 'M. B. Mytingkr, Water Street. '• - SllAS A. Cri.-ESSWKLL,'Ma.TTOT Hill. ' --'' " DavidBXriuck, West Bartce. ' Tuos'. OzB'osiM, JEnnisvillc. • Grtis'KaT Citaney,' Esq., East Barrcc. Dr.'MMVTirJr.Ea, Jackson tp. Samuki- M'Vitty, Shlrlcy'sbnrg-. S. B, Young,' Throe Spring's. M. F. Campbf.lt,, Esq., Miiplcton. ' .T. Ti. Hunter, Petersburg-. ¦ ' ' J. S, Huvry Shade Gap. D. II. Campbell," Marklesburg-I-I. C. Walker., . Alexandria. J. S. Gehrett, Cassville. -' —-- ' ¦ ¦ —S 11 11 1...
Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
HUSTTKUTG-DOKT - CARRIAGE AND' WAGON MA'NUP'A'C'IT'O'Ry. OWEN BOAT,tha'iiitrul '' for past favors, respectfully ,'ihforms'thc public in general that.he,has removed to . his new shop on VVashi'nglon street, on the property lately " and for many years occupied, by Alck' - Curiuon,,where he is prepared to manufac'turc ^ all kinds of Carifiages, Buggies, Rockaways, 'Wagons and'.in-short every kind of-vehicle desired.— Rockaways and Buggies of a superior inaniifac ture and finish ahyays on hand and for sale at fair ^p rice s. ¦ ¦ -^ ; - ' ¦ ' - ' " ' - - ' '- -' , ' ¦ ' -'Repairing of-all'kinds -done at : the shortest notice-aid'oh tlie most reasonable terms. '-' Huntingdon . May 16; 18S4.' ' ¦ ' ¦ " ' ¦ ' ¦ ' ' ¦ ' /. ' ' ' •
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
HUNTINGDON-FOUNDRY . R. C. McGILL returns hia .-,^-KKisMw thajiljsto Ins friends and thc.rVub-jSllJJj^ijteSSU .lift/or their very liberal patronagc.' i^^i^^ks and hopes by. strict .attention tnM^Mts&' "E&-business to merit a continuance of tlic same, in all kinds .of. Castings, Cooking- Stoves, Air. Tight :Porlor, Ten PJiitc-Wood. am) Coal Slows of vari0nssi7.es ; anda.ll kindsof l'longhs-; ihe Lancaster and the Plank Ban-hear patieruR, and Keystone N"o. 4 Sclf-sharphi'g- <ind Hillside Ploughs and Shears to suit, ullidnd of Ploughs in the country ; Rolling-mill and Forge Casting, Grist and Saw-mill Castings, Lewis, town Threshing; "Machine Patterns, and the four horse and two horse power of Uhanibcrsburg- patterns, and all other kinds of castings too numerous to mention, all of which will be sold cheaper than ever for cash ;uid Bll :kinds of county produce. Alsc, old mettle taken in exchange; for casiings. R.C McGILL.
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
SOAP AND CANDLE ^-' v^jta.A uiii/ v^xjlj-i jl/ JLJJLJ . -,; . ? IMami&cfcorv, ' : Main.Street one . dpoy-ivcst-of the "Globe" I . ,s^.: - ; • - Office , -- -• ¦• • • ' -- - • - ;O ". lV HiriTTIN-GPOisr, PA. FREDERICK LIST Informs the citizens of Huntingcfon^ and of the count y, that "ho "has commenced trie- manufacture of-mould aifd-dip Candles and Rosin Soap, one door-westoP trie *' Globe " office,: on Main! Stfoet, :iHtliitin'g-'doii, where he vrill always be preparcd.-tO'lilliorde'r's at-city prices. ?¦ ; -... •. , . .,.-TAL,LO\y. W ANTED . and the. highest cash price \vill be paid. .. " • Hiirtingdon, Dec. 5.185-1.
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
¦ • •027*A Celebrated. Tppersriptending-to go to a'smash ball, 1 consulted'-a.h: -acqbaintanceas to ' what character he sh'ob'W flisgWse fiicnself. ' " Go sober," replied his friend,;"ahtl<your most intimate ftiend willrnofkrro.WDyou." QC7*-Contentment and' ;happinusB are copa» nanions.' '" ' '" ' -
Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
Something on the Know-Nothing Question from one of them. The following is an extract from a speech delivered by Mr. Littlejohn , the Speaker of the House of Representatives , New York. He has seen "Sam" for one time only, and he tells his experience in a very terse manner. Hear him, he says. . __ As to the Temperance nomination , though he received such nomination , it was without his influence or advice. As to his connexion with the Kno\v-Noihing3. he would tell all he knew of it. Last March, while a member of the House, some of his friends asked him to attend n lecture. He went with them to a room, where he was assured by the officer of thai Society that he was to do-nothing that was contrary lo anything against which his conscience would revolt. He was asked lo make a promise. He did make the promise, and if his recent course was treason, make the most of it. If he had perjured himself, make the most of that. He now declared himself opposed to the principles of this Associati...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
Educational Department BY R. M'DIVITT ESSAY, Read by A. W. Benedict,' Esq., before the Huntingdon County Teachers' Institute, December 22, 1854: Subject—The Law or Success. Every thing has its law of being. In all the material world certain and never changing law controls material existence. Whether it be in the grosser matter of inanimate creation or in the active and symetrical beauof man, who was made only a little lower than the angels. Whether in the monstrous and frightful creatures of irrational life , or in the etherial emanations of deity, which sparkle in the light of rational truth and love.— Every where there is a taw which speaks into being, and impels on in progress to perfection. • ' La*' , says the great commentator is a rule of. action. I purpose no treatise upon law in the narrow and sharp sense of the won! —a dry abstract and obstruse science only interesting to the plodding student,—the matured barrister and judge, and the anxious appellant to its forum f...
Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
. IMPROVED IiARD LAMP. f PII12 undersigned having purchased the full _l_ and exclusive right and privilege of constructing, using, and vending to others, the right to make and use, in the county of Huntingdon, STONESIFEit &. SMITH'S improvement in the adjustable packing for a lamp for burninglard. Lamps for sale by the dozen or single, also township rights for s;ile at reasonable prices. ¦ ; All orders promptly attended to by addressing the subscriber, Orbisonia, Huntingdon county, Pennsylvania. GEO. W. CORNELIUS. Sipcsville, Nov. 21,1854.-6m. FILES & H.&SPS. NEW STREET FILE WORKS, PHILADELPHIA. r JTIIE subscriber is constantly Manufacturing-J_ for WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, FlLKS AND RASrg, of every description, and having been practically engaged in the business moro than Thirty Years, can guarantee his work at the loweat prices. Manufacturers and Mechanics, can have their OLD FILES RE-CUT and MADE EQUAL ro NEW at half the original coef. J. B. SMITH. No. 61 ...
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
Tbe public worka A Bill has been introduced in the House of Representatives , at Harrisburg entitled "an act to abolish the Canal Board and to provide for the better regulation and management of the public works ," the purport of which may be summed up in a few words. It proposes to abolish the board of Canal Commissioners and to place all the power now vested in them in the hands of an officer to be appointed by the governor with the style of "the superintendent of public works. " If this bill should become n law , it will be taking a long step backwards. The most corrupt period in the history of the public improvements, was unquestionably when the board of Canal Commissioners were appointed by the Governor. This fact cannot becontroverted. It was considered a great step forward in reform, when the choosing of the Canal Board was given directly to the people, and the assertion will not be ventured from any respectable source that the management of the works has not improved...
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
REMOVAL Clothing! Clothing! Clothing!; The largest and. best selected stock of Ready made Pall and 'Winter Clothing, Ever offered to the citizens of, Huntingdon county. ¦ , , ¦ . IF you wish to get a cheap and fashiouablc siiit ' of clothing- at -30 per cent, less than you elsewhere can procure them, then go to the cheap Clothing Emporium of HENRY ROMAN, opposite Couts' Hotel, in Market Square, Huntingdon, Pa., where you will find Ready mndc Clothing in any quality, made of sound materials, and in.; the most' fashionable style and at rates immeasurably below any other establishment in tins vicinity; where it is considered that the "nimble six-pence is far .preferable to the slow shilling," and. where, for good fits, fine materials, fashionable style and finish, "he cant be beat." ;' .... :¦¦¦ The subscriber respectfully invites .the attention of his numerous friends and customers and the public in general to Ilia immense nhd well assorted stock of Mcns'. and BoyV Fall- and Winte...