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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

A Certain Cure for Scrofula. Nicholas Longworlh the famous millionaire and wine-grower of Cincinnati, publishes the following cure for scrofula : Put two ounces of acquifortis on a plate on which you have copper cents. Let it remain,from 18 to 24 hours. Then add 4 ounces of clear, strong v^ne^ar. Put . cents and all in a large mouthed bottle, and: keep it corked. Begin by putting four drops in a tea spoonful of rain water, and apply -it to the sore. Make the application three times a day, with a soft hair pencil .or made of soft rags. If very painful, put more water. As the sore heals apply it weaker. I request editors in all parts of.'the Union, . and abroad, to copy this, and to republish it quarter yearly ; it may save many lives. N LoNGWOKTH. Cincinfiati, Ohio , Nov. 18, 1854. P. S.—Captain Harkness, of our city, the first person cured by this remedy, applied it without water, and he informed, me that he thought it would burn his leg off; but the next day it was cured. This ...

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

G-one Rigafc over It, I have a friend, whose ready wit often enlivens the social circle; and sometimes also faithfully serves the cause of truth. One Sabbath morning, as he stepped from his house lo go to church, he met a stranger driving a heavily loaded wagon through the town. He turned upon him, slopped, lifted both hands, and stood in a tragic attitude, gazing upon the ground beneath the vehicle and exclaimed : "There !—you are going right over it 1 You have gone right over tt\:) The traveller hastily gathered up hiB reins, dcew in his horses, came lo a dead stand, and began looking under his. wheels to see what little innocent child, or dog, or pig, might have been ground to a jelly by their heavy weight. But seeing nothing, he looked anxiously up to the man who had so singularly arrested his progress, 1 and said, }~u —~^»he.j-3Ji ..{TheJqnrih commandment,' ' was the quick reply — ^Reriiemrjer ttobkbath day to keep it holy." Il was hard starting those wheels again, and hard...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

Cure for Borns.—The American Agricidturalistsaysj " of all . applications fora burn, ' we believe there are ' none equal to a simple covering of common wheat flour.— This is always at-hand, and while it requires no skill in using, it produces the most astonishing effects. The moisture produced upon the surface of a slight ur deep burn, is at once absorbed by the flour, and forms a paste which shuts out the air. As long asthefluid matters continue flowing, they are ab¬ sorbed and thus presented from irritation, as they would do if kept from passing off by oily or resinous application, while the greater the amount of these absorbed bj the flour the thicker the protecting covering. Another advantage of the, flour covering is that next to the surface it is moist and flexible. It can also be readily ¦washed off, without further irritation in moving. It may be occasionally washed off very carefully when tt has become matted and dry, and a new coveringbesprinkled on.

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

Growing Fish. The Cleveland- (O.) City Fact say ' s that one of the most pleasing things exhibited at their late County Fair, was a lot of brook trout ; artificially bred by Drs. Garlic and Ackley, whose labors in this line, we have heretofore noticed. They showed several broods offish in different stages of growth, and have demonstrated that it is just as easy to grow fish as fowls, or any other description of food.— We hope all agricultural societies willtake a hint from this, and offer premiums for such a show of fish as will best illustrate the fact to farmers that they can grow the cheapest food ever produced for man upon their farms whereever they have natura 1 water, or can make artificial ponds. Let us have the premiums (Cfor . the best show of fish artificially produced.upon any farm. " It is a matter of very serious consideration, when fresh'fish sells here at the same price per pound of beef, pork and mutton.

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

Dangers of a Htgh Pillow—It is often a question - amongst people who are unacquainted with the anatomy and phisiology.of mari, whether lying with the head exalted or even with the body be mote] wholesome;—Most, consulting.their own ease on this paint argue in favor of that which they prerer.— Now, allhough ; many delight in bolstering up their,heads.at night, and sleep soundly with¬ out injury, yet we declare it to be a . dangerous habit. The vessels through which the blood passes from the heart to the; head are always- lessened in the cavities Nylheri, the head is resting in bed higherr than the body : therefore, in all diseases attended with fever, the head shpuld be pretty nearly on aievel with the,body ; and people ought to accustom themselves to sleep thus, to avoid daoger.— Lond..Med. Jour. ' • '' ¦¦¦ ' '' '

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

THE HUNTINGDON GLOBE, Per annum, in advance^ . $1 50 ". " if: not paid in advance, 2 00 No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid. A failure to notify a discontinuance at the expiration of the term subscribed for will be con - sidered a new engagement. Terms of Advertising. 1 ins. 2 ins. 3 ins. Six lines or less, 25 37 £ 50 1 square, 16 lines, brevier, ' 50 75 1 00 2 " " 1 00 1 50 2 00 3 " ' " " 1 50 2 25 3 00 * ' . 3 m. 6 in. 12 m. 1 square, "- " S3 00 S5 00 S8 00 2 -' " . 5 00 8 00 12 00 3 •' "7 50 10 00 15 00 4 " " '9 00 14 00 , 23 00 5 •' " 15 00 25 00 38 00 10 " " 25 00 40 00 60 00 Professional and Business Cards not exceeding 6 lines,.one year, . $4 00

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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

: '• ¦ - ,? ¦ ¦ ¦ ' ¦ ¦¦ janasr'yiKrGBOKr CARRIAGE AND WAGON . ' ; M ANnjP ACTOR Y. OWEN BOAT, thankful for past favors, re-¦ spcctfully informs the public in general -thathe has removed to' his new shop on Washington" street,- on ' ¦ the property lately and for maiiy -yearsioceupied by. Alex ; Carmon, where l»e is prepared to manufacture ullkinds.of "Carriages, " Btiggieb, Rookaways, Wagons and, in shp . r-t every, kind of. vehicle ' .desired.— Rxfckaways and Buggies of a superior, inanufacture^jind .finish, a . lways.on hand and for sale at ;.fair; ' p ' ri.ces. ' . '¦ ' ..{ ¦ ¦ ¦ , . ' ;• ¦- ,••'.;. '" .. ., . . . Repairing.of all . kinds, done «vt :the shortest ;nbtice,,and..on theanpst reasonable terms. : " Huntingdon . May ' l6,1854/ "' .'" . '

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

HUNTINGDON FOUNDRY. R. C. McGILL returns his j«*?5KSE»3» thanks to his friends and the pub.(HH|j><>»J^»jj i, lit; for their very liberal patronagepK^raS^ljisSa and hopes by strict attention tcj^gy^#^g business to merit'a continuance 6i the same, in all kinds of Castings, Cooking Stoves, Air. Tiglit Porlqr, Ten Plate Wood^nd Coal Stoves of various sizes ; and all kinds of Ploughs': I he Lancaster and the Plank Barshear patterns, and Keystone No. 4 Self-sharping and Hillside Ploughs and Shearti to suit all kind of Ploughs in the country; Rolling-mill and Forge Casting, Grist and Saw-mill Castings, Lewis. town Threshing Ma-chine Patterns, and the four horso and two. _horse...pawer of Chambers, burg patterns, and all other kinds of castings too numerous to mention, all of winch will be sold cheaper than ever for cash and all kinds of countrjuproduce. Alsc, old mettle taken in exchange for casiings. R. C McGILL.

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

Sentimental Pity.. •>;.. Not all that"is called Benevolence deserves the name. To . ; pity the. poor is one thing, to relieve the poor is much mote difficult. It is easy to say, be ye fed, be ye warmed, but what doth it "profit, if we give thBm not ' those things that are needful .?• Kind feelings are only praiseworthy when they : lead.to.kind actions. If strong impressions of hmnan misery lead to the relief of it, the^, are faithful monitors toyirtuej and canno^be too. sedulously cultivated, but if they do not;stimulate to action, they serve : no otherendihan. to display a kind of''effeminate'! spftriess, : titterly vafuless to the world. JT muchiadroire the pity of the Samaritan. It \was not expended in kind Wordsor looks,. .but'in'generous and effective deeds.

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

Agents for tne Globe. The following 1 gentlemen are authorized to receive the names of all who may desire to become subscribers to the Globe, and to receive advance payments and receipt for the same. Henry Zimmerman, Esq., Coffee Run. Wm. Campbell, M'Connellstown. Benj. F. Patton, Esq., Warriorsmark, John Owens, Esq., Birmingham. H. F. Haslett, Spruce Creek. H. B. Mytinger , Water Street. Silas A. Cresswell, Manor Hill. David Barhick, West Barree. Taos. Ozborn, Ennisville. Gilbert Chaney, Esq., East Barree Dr. M.,Miller, Jackson tp. Samuel M'Vitty, Shirleysburg. S. B, Young , Three Springs. M. F. Campbell, Esq., Mapleton. J. R. Hunter, Petersburg. J. S, Hunt, Shade Gap. D. H. Campbell, Marklesburg-H. C. Walker, Alexandria. J. S. Gehhett, Cassville.

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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

i ;;; -:S0AE ; AND'CANDLE/:; - . Manufactory, ¦ } Main Streei one door west of the "Globe" :;,! •, <¦ , ; i ¦ ¦[ •' -Office, - -¦ .-. ¦ ¦ :¦¦ , '¦ • " , " . ' -• ' ,. ' ./HUNTINGDON, PAi THRiibERfCK LIST informs the citizens of JQ Huntingdon, and of the county, that he.has corrimefri'e' . ed;the manufacture of..mould and.dip Cinidles and Rosin Soap, one "door west of'the' " Globe" (iffie ' e; on Main Street, Huntingdon, where hcwill'iilwaysbe' prepared'to fillorders at city:price ' s.- • ¦ ' ¦ - ' ' ¦ TAtLLOW WANTED, and the highest cash prico 'vvillbe' pciid. ' ¦ ¦¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ . • ;-,/ :• ••• ' - :JIurtin*:don^J)ci:. 5,1851. - ¦: ' :¦"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

[XT' If you fcave great talents , industry will improve them : if moderate abilities industry will supply their deficiencies. Nothing is denied to well-directed labor; nothing is ever to be attained without, it. Kemember, a man's genius is always in the beginning of life as much unknown to himself as to others—and il is only after frequent trials attended with success that he dares think himself equal to the undertakings in which those who.have succeeded, have fixed the admiration of mankind.

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

Educational Department 35 V R. BI'DIVITT. ESSAY, Read by A. W. Benedict, Esq., before the Hun tingdon County Teachers 1 Institute, December 22. 1854 .-. •»¦ Subject—The Law of Success. (CONCLCDED.) Look around where^our race are now jostling each other in the stern conflict of life. This one most buoyant with hope and most confident of success, ~ stumbles and falls, while those aronml him heedless of his discomfituretrample over and. upon him, and confidence and hope and life go out together. That ope, with doubts and feavs, but with a trusting forecast, plods and delves on with tireless and never flinching energy, resolved that though failure should overwhelm him, even then the purpose is riot abandoned, the will does not alter until in the last struggle for victory he sinks m the battle of me.— But does ha sink?—A moment he may be hidden from sight, yet he rises again and mingles in the strife, that iron will unchanged he has willed success and he cannot fail to secure it,...

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

The Present Attitude of the Democracy. There has never been a period in the hfstory of the democratic party when it has presented a more gratifying spectacle to the country than at this moment. In no quarter has it coalesced with any of the isms of the day. In the free States it nobly contends against the twin-organizations of abolitionists and know-nothings. In theSouthitas nobly resists the combinations ofwhigsand know nothings. In Virginia its champions are active and constant in their axerlions, scorning all compromises with proscription. In New Hampshire the war against the united fanaticisms is resolute and irresistible.— We gather material for piufitable reflection from such a review. .It is something to see a party that can afiord to stand out agains* a prevalent popular majority, to encounter all the dangers of defeat, and to prefer years of minority to a single hour of craven submission to an unjust and dominant prejudice.—: But there are other lessons taught by this e...

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

IMPROVED LARD LAMP. rpill^ undersigned having purchased the full X and exclusive right and privilege of constructing, using, and vending to others, the rjg ht to make and use, in the county of Huntingdon, STONliSIFER & SMITH'S improvement in the adjustable packing for n. lamp for burning lard. Lamps for sale by the dozen or single, also township rights for sale at reasonable prices. All orders promptly attended to by addressing the subscriber, Orbisonia, Huntingdon county, Pennsylvania. ¦ '., * -GEO. W. CORNELIUS. Sipcsyille, Nov. 21, 1854.-6m. tix.es &. rasps. new" street file works, philadelphia. fPUE subscriber is constantly Manufacturing J_ for WUOLESALK AND RETAIL, FlLKS AND RaSM, of every description, and having been pructically engaged in the business more than Thirty Years, can guarantee his work at the lowest prices. " , . Manufacturers and Mechanics, can nave their OLD FILES RE-CUT and MADE EQUAL to NEW at half the original cost. "" J. B. SMITH. No. 61 ...

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

To Persons out ; of Employment. AGENTS- WANTED, In cvci y BCoieon uf the Z7nl£ci2 JSicttcS. Tuk most .Elegant and Useful Volume of the Yfar. SEARS' GREAT WORK ON. RUSSIA. TUST published, an Illustratpd Description of J Hie RUSSIAN EMPIRE. Being a Physical and Political History of its Governments and provinces, Productions, Resources, • Imperial Government,- Commerce, Litcratur.e, Educational 3VIe;;ns, Religion, People, Manners, Customs, Antiquities, etc., etc., from the latest ;ind most authentic sources.-, E/nbellished with about 200 Eugravings, and Maps of European and Asiatic Russia. The whole complete in one large octavo volume of about 700; -pages, elegantly and substantially : bound. 'Kelail price, throe dollars. - - i his work has been several years in preparation, and will, it is believed, meet in'thc fullest acceptation of the, .word, the want so universally feltior . icliable information. on- the history and internal rdsourcci"oT"a country occupying so large a. porti...

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

REMOVAL Clothing! Clothing! Clothing! The largest and best selected stock of Ready made Fall and Winter Clottiing, Ever offered to tlie citizens of Huntingdon county. IF you-wish to get a cheap and fashiouable sUit 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 made Clothing in any quality, made of sound materials, and in the most fashionable sty le and at rates immeasurably below any other establishment in this vicinity, where it is considered that the" nimble six-pence is far preferable to the slow shilling," and where, for good fits, fine msiterials, fashionable style and finish, "lie cant be beat." The subscriber respectfully invites the attention of his numerous frionds and customers and the public in general to his immense and well assorted stock of Mens' and Boys' Fall and Winter Clothing, consisting partly of Fi...

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

MATCHES! MATCHES!! JOHN DONNELY, - SIAXUFACTUR.F.H. AND 3NVENTO11 OF SAFETY PATENT SQUARE UPRIGHT WOOD. BOX MATCHES. ¦ No.: 106 North FOURTH Street (above Race) PHILADELPHIA. MA TCHES having become an indispensable article in housekeeping, the subscriber after a great sacrifice of time and money, is cnablcdtooffer to the, Public an article at mice combining Utility and Cheapness. Tho inventor knowing the danger apprehended on account of tho flimscy manner in which Matches arc Jfeneraily packed in paper, has by the aid of Ne\v Steam Machinery of his own invention, succeeded in getting up a safettj patent square ujpright wood box; this box is t'ur preferableinasmuch that it.oceu pies no more roo^i than the old round wood box, and contains at least Two Hundred per Cent more ' Matches, which to Shippersis considerable advanlngc ; it;is entirely new, and secure against moisture and spontaneous combustion, and . dispols alldangcr on transportntion by means of Railro.id,' Steamboat or ...

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

Dry-G-oods, Clothing, G-roceries, &c. &c At the Cheap Corner. BE N.T. JACOBS respectfully informs his old customers , Democrats^ Whigs, and Know. Nothings- .and-thc public in.general, that,he has justopened sllarge assortment of New Goodsfor fall and winter, consisting, in part of every variety of LADIES'. DRESS : GOODS of the latest styiesand best:qualities ; and Dry-Coods in general too. numerous, to.mention. ' > ¦ '.' ¦ ,:. LADIES' SILK BONNETTS, twenty.fivo per cent, cheaper, than ever 1 ." " " " ' " '" READY-MADE CLOTHING^-a large assortment for'men and boys.' ¦ '¦'' ¦ ¦ ' •' '•'¦¦• - ¦ ' ¦¦>¦• ' - ' * GROCERIES -fresl^ahd of alHtin .as ; ¦" HATS, AND CAPS, and BOOTS arid SHOES of all kin'ds .for men, women', rnisses' and'boys. QUEEttSWAKE .-and all other'articles usually kept in a country store.- - : -•-•' ¦¦ Ji.very body, and the rest of man and woman kind, are invited to call -and examine for tliomsclvcs. — ...-...-, Huntingdon, Sept. 26th...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

The Chambersbnrg and Mount union Stage liiiie Revived. rpiIEundcrsigued aware '««-a«>-g_ ^ X that a suspension °^jl^p!«i» 51lf^3||fP the line of Stages over the • g^^^^^^Ej^^^mu road between Chambers- <^!'^^^^^™v'^ "¦¦ -" burg and Mt. Union cannot but be disadvantageous to a,large.section of country, lias,at considerable expenses and trouble, made arrangements to run a Lino of Stages Tri-weckly be. tween the twb points. Good Horses and cam. fortnblc Stages have been placed on the route, and experienced and. trusty drivers will super, intend the running of the Coaches! The proprietor of the line is desirous that it be maintained,and he therefore earnestly calls upon the public generally to patronise it, confident that it will be for their mutual advantage. Every attention necessary will be given, and the running of the Stages will be regular. S3* Stages leave Mt. Union every Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, arriving at Chambursburg the'-same evenings. Returnin...

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