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Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
J. & W. SAXTONj TTAV-ETjustreceived from Philadelphia'lhe r~1 handsomesfassortment of Tall and 'Winter Goods ever offered in this place, consisting of Cloths, Cassimers, Saltinetts, Vestihgs. •; FOR THBLADTES, wo have Plaid Silks, worsted Plaids, and every variety of Plaid-Goods, to please the taste of the.Ladies; also . Shawls, Sadiery, Flannels, Bonnet Silks,. Bonnets, and the finest assortment of Coll-irs, "Undersleaves, Shrmazctts, &c , &c., ever offered to the La.lies of this place. s' ' •¦ ' .- ¦ i ¦ ' * ' - 1 " i ¦ i BOOTS AND .SHOES of every, variety, for ttoysrand-Men, Ladies, Shoes-of ovcryvariety,-&c. - ,;&c: .' . ' .::' . .;;, -•: " ; ; '•:.. IIATS"AND CAPS . a-'bca-uriful asiorfmcrit, of every gra'dea' nd size. : •.' ; , H'AKD, W;A'ftE;ol which we have the best assorrrn'eTrt itilpvyn ' . - ¦ - . ; ' QUEEN-3-W\&RE ; ;VND GROCERIES, of ivhich therojs no _ bctter for the price. , . . , Our stock ; of ; GFirCloths. Oarpe...
Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
Report of WiUiam... Don-is, Treasurer of the Huntingdon County .Academy. ' ¦ ' RECEIPTS. To balance in hand on last settlement, . beforecounty Miditors9th Jari.T851. SI84 ' 37 To rent bf Academy received from.Mr. Hall, . , - , . . , " . . 182 00 To interest on money in Treasurers Hands lit! lent .out, . ' _ ' ,_ ' 30 00 To rent from Rev. h. Hawcs per. yV, Orbison Esq, . ;' .... ¦ . 50 00 .;;•., . . 446.37 EXPEITDITI7RES. Bv amount paid James McCbbe for .repairs, . , . . •.- ' . - 2 00 By- bonds of suni'ry persons secured by TRfal.Estate and bearing interest from ., . . ;; 1st April 1853, . ;¦ -i:. .385 50 By balance in hand of Treasurer, . . .58 87 :'¦" . - '¦ - .:' 446 37 The Outstanding ilebts due the Acadfmy areas fbliovvs, viz:.— . - . • -- . ¦ 4 Bonds of Martin Kepbart bearing interest froni 1st April !852, secured by mortga£? ¦for ^185 50 ' ¦ '- ' ¦ . - ¦ . .. ' 3 Bonds ' of Michael Decker/bearing- interest from 1st .April " 1853, secured by mortgage for sioo oa." : ' ¦ ...
Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
o >i»s._.i«^cr * ¦ •» i— -' — -.... '. ¦ v —* • ¦' " -* ^' *• •** NEW GOODS. . .p-P ETER, S,WQjD£Sl0ic'roby makes .known to the citizens of Hunting donrGountyyihatrhe has jast- 'returncd--'fmtri.-PhiladelpMtC:;antl has opened in frame store roomJately. occupied -by Marx -, Israel, near. tlie.iQprner. of'iJifl?&j6i6Ht gbmery Streets, HitntTngdon, Pa-, a laxge,-.n&w, arigan and w . cjl-a.s,apr.tedrstpck of BOQSS AND #|ii - SHOES ' , HATS ^ -AND cXPS;ernbrabsss iscioisoiiottrai • » cing- hne antl-'eoarse'^'s, --tcrs, Monrpe^u^iea.l&e.i'ibp .G.e-ritleniensrand also firta f Gaiter ^ppts. -Buajcip,?-, Jcnirj - Ijinds, and 'Ties ; for'Ladies. " . ' CinT^ren 'W'JJbojsCnnd Sliocs of every variety ' .ana'fasliioiiV - " • —' . Gentlemen and Boys carr-liS^ acwJino.daVod with . hats of | thejlatast . p,nd rnpst . npjixow 'ar S^y fc-. lle ; h ! ak also 1 'a'gd6d'?it'6ck of : hosiery, T ' o r f Jit djcs, .gcritle'rt-ien.vand chil ' dren^s^vea'f-. 1 ' i.-"/? ' '...
Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
STASJFE'ESi. a-siil 5IAHIf<ElL r « . . Cheap Watches and Jewelry, = ' ^^&^§h WHOLESALE and RETAIL £9S^%Si!iS&>\ at tn ° "Philadelphia Watch ^^^^^^S»and Jewelry Store," No. 36 North Second Strket,corner of Quarry,Phila delphia. - - Gold Lever Watches, full jcwclliS carat cases,- - - - - - - ©28 00 GoldLcpincs, - - - ¦ - ¦ 24 00 Silver Lover Watches,fulJjeVelled, • 12 00 Silver Lepine, jewels, - .' „ -; 9 00 Superior Quartiers, • - - - 7 00 Gold Spectacles, - - - - 7 00 Fine Silver do. - - . ..' - .150 Gold Bracelets, - - - - 3 00 Ladies' Gold. Pencils, -¦ - 1 00 Silver Tea Spoons, set, . - - 5 00 Gold Pens, with Pencil and Silver IIoldcr,l 00 Gold Finger Rings, 37^ cents to $80; Watch Glasses,plain, 12 A cents; Patent, I8J|-;Lunet,25, other articles in proportion. Allgoddswarrantcd Jo be what, they arc sold-for. , ¦ - STAUFFER'&. IIARLEY;' On hand, some Gold , and Silver, Levers and Lepincs,still lower thanthe above prices. ' Sept. 27, 1854-l...
Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
- BOOTS AMD. SHOES, The Beat Assortment ever brought to • Huntingdon. • rpHE public are informed that LEVI WESTj_ BROOK lias just opened ' at his store, the best selected assortment of . , " , " : Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoks ever broug-ht to Huntinjr'don—in part as follows Men's Double-soled Calf Boots , Men's Water-v v oof Hunting; Boots , ' Men's Heavy 'Double-soled- Water-proof Boots,r_~ - . , ~. . ¦ - . . - Boys' Fine and Coarse Boots , ' , s' 'Louie 's*'Congress Graitors, ¦ Ladies' French Morocco.'Gaitors , Ladies '' Goat anil'Morocco Boots , ' / 'Gum Shoes of all 'Hinds , ' together ' with a general assortment of Ladies' Shoos and Slippers. 'Also, Misses' and Children's host quality of Boots and Shoes—Canvas Valises/Hats, &c, &c. My old customers and tho public generally, are requested to call and examine my new stock. . ' . . LEVI WEST BROOK. Huntingdon, Nov. ' 14, 1S54. ; T
Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
• (jrocery/'Prpvision and. JFeed"Store. TJ ESPEOTFULLY informs-the fiinzcti^.oi X\) Sluniin^don, boatmen,,, and the, pdblj? in geneVal farand neaV,"thet'thoy lia ' v' ef ' bpened a Grbe'eryvProvisiorr ahdFeetlSSttir'cF, iTPPdriiiCWn, in;the old stand.pf Cynnrngh?ti^;4-.,-,G;Ooiip.r,opst, where they are.prcpar . eju to ac.corn,rnfl<3ate. a^I ,who lria' y ' giv'e f/jerii ' aca!K witli choice. Ghoc^hies, PAbv'rsroirs and Fr,s6' " dT' 'a'Il! kihtas " ; at ; prrces cjipa.pe .r;than .can be Lad at any other-ipJatjoiiur CiW. .,; ./. . ;,.. ;.- ¦ . .' : . . . • - - ;::? ;- • !',r;,; All kinds of Country Produce jtaken ,iu, cjlcTTan ' g'o-f.Jr'go'dds.' ' ''"' . ' ' ; ' ¦: rb'o ptil^icgdneraliyflre requflstctl Fo 'giveils aca\l,.examine'our stock'and1hearflttripricea.> ; iravj.nga.good warehouse,tliey/will^.recede from ' arid ship goods of'alf kinds fot;jlny point orrtlie r t > enila OanaV, Philad'eir/hiarBaltimore, Pittsb.urK, and other places.. ; ¦ ¦ -t ;¦ ' ¦ • Poi...
Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
BANKING HOUSE. ,. . OF , On Nortk-West'corner • of ' Hill aitil'Mo ' ntgaincfi ) ¦ ; Streets intke borough of. ¦ . ¦ ¦ .: ' .' ¦¦; BrTT' ULT I3KT GBOJT , :..;¦ „ At which a gcncrcl Bankjng busincs is contcin-- •'- ¦ ' - ¦ plated to be "done. ' F\RAFTS on Philaael piiin, Pittsburg, &c AJ.U&P; alw.ays,fqr sale . Collections ¦ made at the principal points ;in the United- States. " ' Money received' ott ! . deposi\ ' pajablo dti ' demvnd without intercs .t; ;also 3, 6, 9:and,12.r»onths payable with reasonable rates of iritcrcstthercon MEMBERS"p-p i iPt&M-/ 1 :: 'y '"' : « ,T. M.- Bei-i., 11. B. .JouxstonsvWm. Jack . Wm M. Lloyj>, , Hollidaysburg., Pa.- , A. P.,Wilson-. JiGEo. Milks, Wm. . Doris, Jr., Tnos. Fisher , Wm. P. Ordison, John Scott, James Gwin, Geo. W. Garrettson, Huntingdon Pa. Huntingdon Pa. July 11,1854.-3m.
Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
¦¦ ¦ FL.EMOVA.L.. .V... -.• - ¦ ' LIGHT!: MG-HOM ! LIGHT !!!•:•' •K^T "D- ' : TV^^tTjfrS S.v ' ' ' ' i (ti? ' t^^ i HAVkl . removed to their - New Store and, Factory, No. 74 Soi'lh .Second Street Philadelphia, (Five doors below their old stand;) hayin"- increased facilities, we offer to Merchants and others, GAS FIXTURES and LAMPS] of every description, and at the lowest P.lanufacturcr's pri'ec's, a ' nd unsurp:i.sscd in quality or appearancs by'iiny in the Country. Our Stock embraces Dyott's Patent Pine Oil Lamps, (the best in the World.) Burning Fluid and Solar Lard Lamps, ; Chandeliers, for 1 ' Gas, ' ' Pine OH; Solar Lard, and Fluid, Hull and Patent Spring Hand Jjanthorns, Globes, GlawsKs, Widks, Pine Oil.and Fluid wholesale and retail. ; .:¦ ¦ Merchants and others will iind it to their advantage to call and examine our stock and prices. ¦ • ¦ ¦ -. 0^* Particular attention given to fitting up Churches and other public buildings.. -,. . " October 3rd. 1854. : " ' " . ,
Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
'.; ¦; •• W'&T. 'C^ ,ES, '- - : - CLOCKS ABTDJEWELRy. ' Ag*^?5g*|£! ' The subscriber, thankful to (gi2«fi^-Sp a!gL his friends and'patrons,'nnd to Pj^^ sF^afliSffigfaithe public generally ' ,- -fortheir patronage, still- continues to ' carry'tfrtv ^^^^ at Hic'same sfond, one dooi'-east of :Mr;^fe§5 ' C. eoiit's:Hatelj Markctstr'eet Hunting- j^*^ ] don, where he will -attend 'to all whb' sslsiii will- -fuvcr h .iin . v\ itli -their- custorh:ii;un.<l. also keeps on . hand .a gopd assortment .of Wiatcjlxeg Clocks, Jewolry, &-c.,- ,&.c,, all of .which -he is dctermincd j to se . ll. at .. . low prices, Clocks, \Vatclics and Jewelry, of all kinds, • : wil) ( be repaired at ' sliort, -nptice,,, and having.- ' . made arrahgbm^nts v>'. iih a^. good' " workman, all . repairs will be' done in a neat urild durable'manner, and any person having articles for repairing/shall have them done.at the promised time., IJy paying strict attention to .businecs. jun...
Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
S7336 87 Outstanding; debts in.favor. of sundry persons ¦ tip to, the first .day of January 1855. . .. J. G,. Lightner when contracts are . , .finished,, - . :^. • ¦ ¦ -•• " ¦• ' ' . ' §746,94-Mrs. Buricet for grain in thebushel,. -i •¦ -•' grain ' in the ground,-cattle, h ay^ ' ¦ ¦;< : • hogs, chickens , copper kott]e , '&c. 57S 62 James Saxlon : for balance on coal- ' ¦ ¦•' ¦ ' ' ¦' • paid.ijirarn Joh . nston', : ¦ ' • ' 63 20 Jarnes Saxton for'ser.vices as Direc-. tor of Poor for tvvo years arid: expenses in. iyiiladelphia, , _ ¦ :. " ,- . 96 00 John Brewster ro ' r ~iervices«T.s|i)irector of. Poor for one year , ,;. ' ¦ ' , ' , ' ... 23,25 Samuel afattern . for services as Di-|. ' reclor .of. Poor for one year, 22 00 Sundry persons for bringing in pau- !'pers,' . •; ,:•...>-.. 107 98 Store- ' biHs-to sundry; persons/' ¦ ' . . 232 35 For books-arid Stationary, ' ' ¦ . 30 83 Sundry'person's for labor done , ;- 57'7.4 Jarrres-'Murphey-for ^sundry article...
Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
. S2oo REwajRD;-.. - ,:,,.;. r PHE public generally, and the rascals ,w:ho J. , some time since entered my store ari<J removed valuables to the amount of about' S1100 without my permission, are Informed'that- ' I have just opened a more general and bi-ttcr as. sbrtnicnt of articles in my line of business than was ever brought to Huntingdon, con - ^^^^ ;i^£ sisting of; Watches, Jewelry, ^^^^ ifft%3 Clocks, Fine Knives, Pistols, JE;^3fl ; 8^^ Perfumery;, Port Monnaics, bil. ,^^^a vcr- Ware and Fancy Article ' s, '&.c, Sec. My old friends and customers, and the' public in general throughout the county are requested to call and examine my assortment. EDM. SNAREl Huntingdon', March 22,1854. ¦¦• ¦ . ' ¦ .
Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 February 1855
::, Mffltts .&'"op.'S -EXMESfc;: I^ IC Simonton Ag 1 t., Huijim^abii. MONEY , Packages, and Goods of all kinds, fectivedand' forwiirdcd^atHlib! hiak of the Corripauyyto-aJl tho cities and ptincipaii towiis hi the United S£at6s.> ¦¦ „ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ . • • ¦ , . i'~Yueen3ware---a fine, assortmcntjustrccciv-\J at the store of , . ¦ ¦ - LONG &, DECKER. vTanuarv 3d, 1S54-
Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855
THE RESCUED CRIMINAL FROM BLACKWOOD'S LAD y 's MAGAZINE. A great Dumber of persons who know the celebrated Dr. B t-^—, a professor of the College of Surgeons, have often heard him i elate the following anecdote:— "One day that he had procured the bodies of two criminals, who had been hung, for the purpose of anatomy, not being able to find the key of the dissecting-room at the moment the two subjects were brought, he ordered them to be deposited in an apartment comiguouBto his bedroom. During the evening Dr. B wrote and read as usual previous to retiring to rest. The clock had just struck one, and all the family slept soundly, when all at once, a dull sound proceeded from the room containing the bodies. . Thinking that perhaps the cat had been shut up there by mistake, he went to see what could be the cause ot the unexpected noise. What was his astonishment, or rather his horror, on discovering that the sack ¦which contained the bodies was torn asunder; and on going nearer, ...
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855
Petrified Human Bodies—A veritable Wonder. Mr. George Lane, who has charge of the "Woodland Cemetery," near this city, was called upon, the other day, by Mr. G. P. Loy who resides about three mile's southeast of Germantown, in this county, to move the remains of his first wife, a grand child, and and other bodies, from a family burying ground upon his farm, and inter them in his lot in the "Germantown Cemetery." -The buryingground was made many years ago, upou the site of a little hill , in a field some distance from the residence of Mr. !>., in accordance with the custom in tffie Miami Val¬ ley-in that day, when almost every property-holder had a burying ground upon his farm. ~ """" " "" "¦ 'The first grave.openned was that of Mr. Loj' s first wife who was interred about twenty-four years ago. On reaching the coffin; it was found io be perfect—at least to appearance—and the men proceeded to unearth it, and raise it to the mouth of the grave.— This they soon ascertained t...
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855
The Farmer's Home. What signify all the improvements in agricultural processes, which are constantly urged upon the acceptance of farmers, if the farmer' s Home is not what it ought to be? Deep cultivation, draining, drawing, ditchjing, mulching, cbmposling, &c, are all important, as a means; but the proper end to be [accomplished is not the multiplication of dollars and cents—not the laying up in store of " much goods; " but the most desirable of all earthly ultitriates, a pleasant, attractive , happy Home. The farmer's Home should not be so much his castle, as his sanctuary. Over its threshhold, disorders and discontents should ne.ver be allowed to step. Harmony, order, love and peace, as well as plenty, should reign within the farmer ' s abode, making it a para'dise, as little marred by gross and corrupting desires as may be ; where the intellect, the taste , and the affections may seek and find their appropriate and full gratification.— What desolation , nay, what wa...
Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855
(From the Boston Times.) - "My Name's Haynes." ¦Everybody remembers the story told of a Virginian wfio" was " riding " ~iTirou"grruie~cna Dominion duringthe election canvas of 1894 , when party spiris was running so high.— Jefferson was the .democratic candidate for President, and the way he was handled by the federalists was a spectacle for everybody who has dabbled in the muddy pool of politics: Our Virginian was ranked among the most virulent of Jefferson' s opponents, although hailing from the same state. "As he rode along, h,^ fel l in with a common looking individual, also on .horseback,, and after the usual salutations the conversation naturally turned upon the topics of the period—politics. The Virginian was particularly denunciatory .of Jefferson. "Why said he, "just thick of a'm ' an like Tom Jefferson running for President. He's an old fool, besides, being an Infidel, and a Bible burner. The : country is sure to go to ruin if such an infernal old scoundrel is elected ...
Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855
Ifovel It aw Suit. A somewhat romantic suit at law has just beeu terminated in Franklin county.. It seem that one John Lescher became pierced with the arraw of cupid, and, wishing to heal the wound by laivful wedlock, he made proposals to the object of his affections, which, it seems, she received favorably; but the fa- , iher, Mr. Jacob Wyant, being a prudent man, of much foresight, required the said John Lescher lo enter into bonds of five hundred dollars, conditioned that the said John Les¬ cher should live with his ' wife and treat her as a kind and affectionate husband should do; but the parties, after living together some months, separated, and this suit was brought to recover the amount of the bond. The case was first tried at the. last April term of the Ftanklin Court, when Judge Kimmel decided the bond to be invalid. The case wae carried to the Supreme Court, and it was decided that the bond " was good and valid, and in accordance with the law. " The case, therefore, ...
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855
HOSFORD & MILLER, ; " GfEBHBRAI/KiAKD AGESTS, ' "Waterloo, Black Hawk Co-., Iowa, A-RE. prepared to transact any business per. _iX tainingto the purchase and sale of land, or Town Lots, investigation of titles, transfers and conveyances generally.. We have located ourselves in the interior for that purpose and- will personally survey and carefully examine any tract of land within our reach, give correct and prompt information concerning Congress Lands in the Dubuque and ¦Des Moinos Land Districts, in any of the sur. ' .rounding counties^ especially oh tbepioposed lines of Railroads from Dubuque west and .the Cedar! River Yalley Railroad. Persons wishing ¦to make safe investments .by having careful selections made would do well to address or' g ive us a call. Lands located on time forscttWs. ' Payment of .tia.xc.s punctually attended to. Township plots of iatestdafe always on han'd. 36,900- Acres of choice, Fawning Lund, for sale fiotn §2 to65 pet acre. Alsoscveral small ...