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Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855

Counterfeiting on a Large Scale in Ohio.—Implication of weu known Citizens.—Aregular counterfeiting league, composed of gangs located in Cleveland, Cincinnati and other portions of Ohio, has been discovered by the Police, through a stool pigeon. Many well known citizens, including three police officers, are said to be actively engaged in the nefarious business. The Cincinnati Gazette, of the 14th says : The names of the gangs and their prinpipal places or congregation were- named, as well as the method of obtaining " covey," and becoming an adept in this species of crime. It was stated that gangs were in Columbus and ^andusky, in both of which cities arrestsupon information received from Foung, have been made, and the parties committed to jail, for their final trial in the criminal courts. In this city, no arrests have yet been made, but we learn that the necessary steps are being taking to make an extensive haul. Officer Williams and-his " stool pigeon," upon what had been told...

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Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855

ORPHANS' COURT SALE, B Y virtue of an Order of the Orphans' Court of Huntingdon County will be exposed to public sale on the premises, on Satuuday the 3d day of March next, by public vendue or oxitery the following real estate, late the estate of Jonathan Fink, late of Pcnn township, deceased, viz-: A TRACT OF LAND, situate in Penn township aforesaid, in the coun, ty of Huntingdon, and State of Pcnnsylvaniuadjoinin-g lands of Joseph Norris r dee'd., the Raystown Branch of the Juniafa River, and others, containing about 700 Acres, more or less, about three hundred aercs uf 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 pereons wis tu"? 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, and as the same may sell most a...

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855

"Altoona Register and Raii.ro id Journal.—This is the name of the new paper jusfcommenced at Altoona by W. H. Snyi>er, a practical and good printer. The first number is before us—is the size of the Globe —and is as neat a weekly paper as there is any published in the State. The "Kifeister " is designed to be "an impartial vehicle of general useful, intelligence, local, foreign , and domestic, avoiding partizan discussion, as much as possible, " The editor has our best, wishes for abundant success. OCa* The official return of the special election for Senator in Philadelphia county, held ou Tuesday of last week is as follows : Henry C. Pratt, (K. N. Whig,) 35,876, J. MurryRush, (Democrat,) 13,893. We see it stated that Mayor Conrad's hosts of police officers, took- possession of each poll, and by their disorderly conduct kept hundreds, of Democrats from voting. Important from Cuba.—Havana dates to the 15th inst., brings the intelligence that the city is in a great state o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855

ORPHANS' COURT SALE. Estate of William Buckanan, dee'd. By virtue of an order of tho Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county, there will be ex-posed at public sale on the premises, On Thursday the 8th day of March, 1855, the following described Real Estate, to wit: One Tract of Unseated Land warranted in the name of Benjamin Elliett, situate in the township of Union and county of Huntingdon, containing 26 ACRES 38 PERCHES, bounded by the Jixniata Riverlands of James- Fca, John Grove, and others, known as the Fishery tract. Alsoon the same day, , One Tract of Land, being part of two larger tracts,one of which,- Was surveyed on a warrant, granted to Kobcrt Simpson, and the other on a warrant to Charles Kelly, situate in Brady township, containing 26S ACRES 128 PERCHES' and allowance, adjoining lands of John A. Campbell, James Lane and others. Also, on Friday the 9th day of March, 1855, One Tract of Unseated Land, warranted in the name of David Lapsley, situate in Hopcwell township, Hu...

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Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855

Governor Pollock's Appointments for Philadelphia. The following appointments for Philadelphia weie announced on Friday last: George R. Graham, Harbor Master. Abraham Myers, Sealer pf weights and Measures for the old city of Philadelphia. Samuel D. Abbott, Sealer of Weights and Measures for the old county. William D. Baker, Bark inspector. Henry Pleasant, Lazzaretto Physician. Howard Taylor, Chester connty. Port Physician. Jacob Pepper of Delaware County, Quarantine Master. J. W. T. McAllister. Health Offieer. Joseph_ E. Harned, Master Warden. Andrew McLean, Keeper of the powder Magazine. Stephen Miller, of Dauphin county. Flout Inspector. John W. Crowell, of Bucks county, and John H. Seltzer, of Berks county, Whiskey Inspectors. Thomas E. Pollock. Grain Measurer. George Metzger , Butter and lard inspecttor. John I. Austin of Northumberland, Lumber Inspector."' , . Wm. A Ott, Salted Beef and Pork Inspector. Isaac B. Garrigues, Marble Measurer. AH the above appointees are resident...

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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855

She .'has gone—her freed spirit has taken rts ifiight, To the mansions of glory on high I The angel of death, from the realms of lig ht , •Has beckoned her home to the sky-Theparowts she left on thfs sire-stained' earth, Though they weep for a daughter so dear, "Will-not mourn as they'would, had she not left the- hope ' • ' . • That her passport to Heavan . was clear. Oh , "f bey have been caHed from their loved one to part, For the life-path of earth Is uneven J Yet the stroke which has' reft them of one gen-- •; tie heart " • . ; Has but added an antfel to Heaven. Now we Kidy not regret-that her soul is at rest, Tho', we weep for the friends that are lone ; For her head now reclines upon Jesus' soft ¦ breast, ' And a Saviour's redemption 's her own. She fled therefor refuge—found mercy in Him, The spirit-spoke peace to her soul ; Then called her away, before-sorrow or sin Had tarnished what he had made whole. M. Huntingdon Female School, Feb. 17,1855.

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Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855

Front Street Wire Manufactory. TTTATSON & COX, Sieve, Riddle, Screen V V and Wire Cloth Manufacturers, No. 46 NORTH FRONT ST., corner of Comb's Alley, between Market and Mulberry (Arch) Streets, Philadelphia, continue to manufacture of su. perior quality, Urass and Iron Wire Sieves of all kinds; Brass and Copper Wire Cloth for Paper Makers, &,c. Cylinders and Dandy Rolls covered in the best manner. Heavy Twilled Wire for 'Spark Catchers, Sieves for Brass and Iron Founders, Screen WireWindow Wire, Safes, Traps, Dish Covers, Coal aad Sand Screens, &c. Fancy Wire Work of every description. [Feb. 20, 3m USEFUL EMPLOYMENT. From S3 to $6 a day clear—A chance to make money. BOOK AGENTS "WANTED, TO sell a new book entitled "One Thousand Things Worth Knowing.' This affords an opportunity seldom to be met with. For particulars address, post paid, M. A. RICH & CO, Elizabethtown, Lancaster co-, Pa. Feb. 20, 1855. LEATHER. FRITZ, HENDRY & CO., No. 29...

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855

[E7* Col. Eli Slifer, the new-State Treasurer of Pennsylvania, was arrested at Pottstown, last week, on a charge of stealing a valuable gokL watch; The Reading Gazette gives the following account of the arrest : Tke State Treasurer Arrested!—A Good Joke.—On Monday morning last an affair . occurred in the Railroad cars, while stopping at Pottstown, which'is entirely too good to be lost... tt ' appears that a short time since, a person "who lodged there over night had carriedr away with him a valuable gold watch, the property of another. .,Oh trTe morning above named, as the passenger train was.passing " through the town, a person an¬ swering {he description of the . .culprit was discovered sitting in one of the" cars by that indefatigable officer M. B. Missimer. He thereupon immediately arrested him. The gentleman remonstrated, but in vain.—He was " taken to one of the hotels, where a search was about being instituted, when some one happening to drop in, recognized in the suppose...

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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855

ORPHANS' COURT SALE. Valuable Real Estate for Sale. {Estate of William Buchanan, of Brady tatonship, deceased.) B Y virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county, there will be sold on the premises * at public venrfue, 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 LAND, situated in Brady township, Huntingdon coun. ty, being part of the Sugar Grove Farm, con. taimng- about sixty acres, and lying on both sides of the Turnpine Road, on the western side of Mill creek, adjoining the Juniata river, and lands of Irviri, Green and others, haying ttaerc-. . on erected a large two story frame if^ff§ i| Tavern House, Store house, Saw ' mill j IsiaiHiWarehoase and three dwelling houses mMjUii—The saw mill is supplied by water from the canal and can be run the -whole y 'car —for inerch'andizingf'thc location is excellent. The property will be sold together, or in portions as may suit pu...

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Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855

Administrators' Sale* (Estate oj James Campbell, of M'Connellsfown, deceased.) BY virtue of authority given -in the will of said deceased, there will be sold at public vendae on the premises on TltUrsday the 1st day of March 1855, at 1 o 1 cloak, P.M., the following described Real Estate, to wit :—One lot in said village of M'Cotmellstown and township of Walker, bounded on the west by lot of John Snyder, north by lands of George and David Haun f east by Union church lot, and south by the main street of said village; Containing; about three fourths of an acre. The buildings an-d improvements are a large frame house, Jfo-A store house, wash house,- wood house, =icarriage house, and two large stables ; .£££2. with a fine lot of young fruit trees on the lot. Terms of Sa£,e.—One third of the purchase money to be paid on delivery of a deed immediately after sale—one third in one year thereaf tcr wfth interest, and the rcmaiining third , at and immediately after the death of the widow ...

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Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855

The Harrisburg Car Company. TTAVINGv completed their extensive estab-XJ_ lishment and fitted it with the most approved inachinery fi.r the preparation of both Wood and Iron Work; and also having a largo stock of Seasoned Lumber on hand, are prepared to fill the heaviest orders for Passenger, Mail, Baggage, Box, Cattfo, Platform, Coal and Hand Cars. Also, Car Wheels,-fitted or unfitted, and guaranteed to be equal to any olh,er make; Rail Road Castings of every" description; Pressed Nuts, Washers, Scrcw-Bolts, Wood Screws, &c. &c, constantly on liandt Located at a point where the best of Iron, Coal and Lumber are obtained at the lowest rates, and having the advantage of the best machinery in the country, we can furnish cars of superior make, at favorable rates, and on short notice, * The Company, having been fortunate in associating with them one of the best Car Builders in the country, feel confident their manufactures cannot be excelled either in variety or quali...

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Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855

ORPHANS' COURT SALE. (Estate of Joseph Gifford, of Shirley townshipi deceased.) B Y 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 2-Htk 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 aad 87 perches. No. 2 " 157 " X52 No. 3 " 160 " 121 *¦ j, i On each tract of land there is a house <^^|8| and barn and other farm buildings—a !i»E9!{i|Lduc proportion is cleared—a consider. JlJJ!§ll|ablc 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 years thereaf. ter with interest, to be secu-red by the bonds and mortgage of the purchaser. JOSHUA GREENLAND, Trustee, Jan. 31, 165-5.

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855

[C7" One day last week a lady, with an infant child in. her arms,; and a- little boy of some half dozen years by her side, took hsr seat in the cars at Elmira, N. Y. arid paid tor the fair through to Canandaigue. As the train approached the latter place ,the cor.ducdiscovered that she was weeping, and immediately inquired the cause of her distress, but received no reply. Soon, however, perceiving that the little boy was also weeping, he inquired again the cause of their trouble.— Unable to speak, the lady could only point to her infant child—dead in its mother's ar7ns. $Zr" The Lebannon Courierheretofore a rampant Whig Know-Nothing sheet in speaking of secret political organiza:ions uses the following sensible language: " For our part, we have no sympathy for secrecy in political action, and we hope soon to see the day when all secret political societies will be disbanded, and the motives and principles of every party hung on the banner on the outer wall, challenging the public ...

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Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855

ORPHANS' COURT SALE. B Y virtue of an order of the Orphans ' Court of Huntingdon county, will be exposed to sale on tho premises in Penn township, in said county, on Friday the 9th day of March next, the following real estate, late the estate of Geo. Schcll, dee'd., viz: a certain , Tract or Plantation of Land, containing 150 ACRES, be the same more or less, adjoining lands of | John Garner, Mathcw M'C:>11, Charles M'Call, and others—on which a—-n is erected a two story Log House, with , 335 forty acres cleared thereon. . i£§£L Tho above tract lies close to the Broad Top Railroad, and is otherwise elig ibly_ situated. Terms—One half of the purchase money to be paid on confirtnation!of sale, and the residue in one year thereafter, with interest, to be secured by the bond and mortgage of the purchaser. By the Court, H. GLAZIER, Clh. Attendance given by SAMUEL SCHELL, JOHN C. MOORE, Feb. 12, 1855. Administrators

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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855

PHILADELPHIA MARKETS. Monday, Feb. 19, P. MCloverseed comics in slowly, but the supply is about equal to the demand—sales of 100 bushels prime at $6,50a.6,62J per 641bs, and from wagons at $6,25ii6,37£. The flour market is exceedingly dull.' Stand. ard and good brands are held $S,75a9 per barrel, but there is no export demand, and the on. ] y sales making at those figures are small lots for home consumptionand better brands and extra from $9,12^ up to 89,75. Rye Four and Corn Meal are very quiet, and no sales of either have been reported. Grain—The demands for Wheat continues limited, but prices are unchanged. Sales of 1200 bushels prime Pennsylvania red atS2,ll£ a2,12 per bushel, in store ; 350 bushels poor white at $2,13, and 100 bushels prime at $2,18 ;i2,22. Rye is scarce and worth 81,22. Corn comes in "slowly, and meets a limited inquiry—2000 bushels yellow, in store sold at 92 cents. Oats 'are . unchanged—1000 bushels Pennsylvania sold at 53 Cents per bushel, and 800 bushe...

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855

Gen. Scott's Reception of his New Honor,—The passage of the joint resolution, authorizing the creation of the office of Lieut. General, as a special honor toMajor-General Scott, has been the cause of great rejoicing. Col. Preston ' s house is crowded to-night by the friends of the commander in-Chief. Gen. Shields and Judge Douglas both electioneered in the House in favor 01 conferring the title. Upon " ascertaining the vote , Col. Preston drove to the War-Department, where he announced the intelligence to Scott. The General dropped his head for a moment, and tears were seen trinkling down his cheek. His reply was worthy of his fame, and was precisely as follows: "Let no man say, hereafter, that his country is ungrateful to one who has served her faithfully. The bill has been approved by President Pierce, and gives Gen. Scott some $40, 000 back pay, and about $10,000 per annum hereafter. ¦

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Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855

New York Politics New York, Feb. 13.—The Know-Nothings who were elected to the Legislature, not to vote for Seward, but who nevertheless " sold out," to that distinguished demagogue, are getting pretty well roasted by their ,conr stitnents here. Mr. Leigh, the lending advocate of the Main Liquor Law it seems, was one of the "traitors," of whom thereare in all some thirty. . An indignation meeting, to denounce them, was held at the Tabernacle last night, and it is intended to burn the whole party, in effigy, on Friday evening nextin Madison Square. , Rev. Sam May, who makes his boast of cursing the Constitution every time he says his prayers, delivers a lecture on Slavery at the Broadway Tabernacle this evening.— Time was, when a New York public would not have listened to such a scamp, but after sending Seward back to the Senate, and giving up the Capitol to Fred Douglas, we are ready for anything.

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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855

MILxWOOD ACADEMY, Shade Gap, Huntingdon County, Pa. rpHE next sassion of this well known. Institi^. JL tion will open the 1-st Wednesday of May. It is located at " Shade Gap, 18 miles from the Mount Union station on the Pennsylvania Railroad, from which place there is a daily line of stages. Being situated in the country it is removed from all the vices and temptations of town. The buildings are large, airy and accommodating—capable of accommodating some fifty boarders. Those who cannot be accommodated in the Institution, can obtain good boarding in the neighborhood at about Sl,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, PurxcilMLThc Principal's address will be Easton, Pa., until the first o'f April, after that time, Shade Gap, Hunt co., Pa. Feb. 14, '55. |

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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855

The Lewistown Railroad Bridge Rebuilt..—The bridge over the Juniata, at Lewistown, which was burned down some two wSeks since, has been rebuilt, and the trains commenced passing over it on yesterday. From Mexico.—From statements which appear in the Vera Cruz and city of Mexico papers, it is evident that the revolutionary party was gaining strength. Vetoed.—President Pierce has vetoed the French Spoliation Bill. - [C7* We have nothing of interest from Harrisburg. . The members are fixing up for the elect ion ' of U. S. Senator, on Tuesdaynext ¦ ' 03^" Sleighing has-been good for three or four weeks, but this morning threatens a leavy thaw.

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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855

HUNT1 NG DON, PA. , .. ; Wednesday; February 21. 1855. dfculatiori—the largest in the County twniUlHarBBBiBiirflimiiinrrffTy'riiriTif in jpr*/m\iift *""**"TrtTnnTr—r~ i iin'TPTT*ir n/in iim Read New.-^.dvertlaements. ; {b^ Notice by R. C. McGill.. ¦ . ' O? Hafrisburg Car Manufactory. [ C7* Front Street Wire Works, Phila. O* Useful Employment—Book Agents Wanted... - - [C7* Leather, by Fritz & Hendry, Phila. {C7* Wall Papers, by Burton & Lanning, phila, --,-—?• ¦ ..

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