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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

' - EXECUTOR'S TSTOTICB. -'- -, TtTOTICE'fsiifereby- giVon that'- letters teBtti-_[M'jueiitary pn tlie will of Jolm Wakeficld lcte of Barreo tpwnali .ip. dcc'd., have been granted to tlie undersigned.- ' iAll . persons indebted"to the deceased are requested' tb ; iuako''payjiient,-and those having claims tp present Ihpm-fbj? settle, nicnt.. • . " JOHN R: HUNTER, 1 Executor. - ¦ '•Pctersb'urffVF«l>;-6,1855.-'- - • ' i- '.I. NOTICE, : Tb the creditors' of the Huntingdon, Cambria and Indiana Turnpike Road. Company, That the Court of Huntingdon County al-thc January Term 1S55J ' directed to bo paid to'the creditors of said'roid, ; two :and orio-fourth per cent on the amount of their, .claims, on which former dividends have been declared—which I Will pay on the presentationofthcir certificates of" deposit bythemselvcffor their agents.-' ¦ • -JOHN S. ISETT, Sequestr-ator. Spruce Creek, February .6thy 1855.. . At H. Roman's Clothing. Store, JtTST RECEIVEP, ¦" ' ; ' :: : ; ; . ...

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

Books! Books!! Wall Paper-M! ^Il iiD d VOLUMES of hcV andf 'popu-• &\J)\J\J \ J I** 1 ' books—the subscriber has just received from Boston-, New .York andPhil ..adelphia, comprising, the .greatest. •Je^M§iSa' variety and most extensive s i°ck^£ig|s££p' 'cvcr'brdught'to thc ; intfci-ior of :thcGBsLtliujy State. His STATIONERY; is .also, of .great variety and superior quality, " in part as follows: Letter, Cap and Note Paper, Gold "and Steel PensInkstands, Blank and Time Books, Dia-¦ricsiibr' 1855,:&e. Also, Harper's, Putnam's, Godoy's .and ..Graham 's . . Magazines ^ received every month as soon as out. ' ' 2000 " copies 'of the books recommended by the'Teachers' InstUulc and :Board..of Directors of the, county: .Gr,ecnlief s Arithmetics and Algebra, Td.wn'sSpellers, and Swan 's Headers. 3600 Paysoh'& ' Ddriton's Boston Copy Books, " being the boat system as well as. Lljobestl executed .boo,ks ever offered to the public, for sale at lowest wholesale prices...

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

Now's . tlic .tipic " for New Goods, J&S: ¦© , P. GWIX'S STOKE.-D P. GWIN has just opcaed a new stock of j Goods, consisting of the most fashionable Dress Goods for Ladies and Gentlemen, such a-Silks .fan'cy and black, Bereges, Bcrege Delains, Lawns, M.orenoes, Ginghams, ,and Prints of all Kinds; ("loths, Oassimers, Cas-inetts, woolen Goods, Vestings, &c. &c. Also: Ribbons, Cloves, Milts, Hosery, Dress-buttons, Veils, Collars. Laces, Fringes,: <&c. &c... Also, Flannels, Cqtton.FJannels, yvbite anJ colored; Muslincs bleached ' antt unbleached, and a large variety of olhgr Goods toonuirteroiis to mention. '-' ! y£Afsps;JGTocerias<of;ail. : kinds. JHnta.and.Caps , ;i3qotaistiid . ,.Shoes,,.Carpets,, Oil Qlpths, Hard.-jware,.GIassware'and Queens ware., • ' my^old "customers and'as many new ones as ¦can' crowd-in^ are'earnestly'-requested'to call and ex.aroiue^ny soods., . ; , ,..>.. .All kinds of Country .produce taken in ...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

Grocery and CuiifeclionarpStore, X.OSTG &. 35BCKER, T) ESPECTFULLY informs their friends and JLv the public in general, that they stillcontinuc the Grocery, and Confectionary business, under the Sons of Temperance Hall, on Main street, Huntingdon, where J.hcy have now on hand a fulland ' general assortment of > ¦ ¦ , •¦-. Groceries and Confectionaries, which they will sell wholesale and retail. They have also on hand Buckets, Salt, Carpet Bags, Fancy Articles, &c;, &c ' ., &c., all of which they will sell cheap. Country produce taken in' exchange for Goods—the cash paid when wchave no Goods to suit-customers. ' ¦ - . : ' As we are determined to accommodate-all who may call at our store; '-weinvite ' an examination and trial of. ourstock. • . I.ON& & DECKER. Huntingdon, Apl. .19, ,TB;5^. } if- " . •

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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

. . J. HIG-GE2TS & SON, MOS T respectfully ' make known to their friends and the- public generally that they arc carrying on the Cabinet-making business in all its.various brunches, ,in.Huntingdon, where they have constantly on hand, arid'makc to order, all kinds of furniture, such as Bureaus, Table's, .Wash and Sewing Stands, Cupboards, Book pases, Wardrobes, Cottage, French and Tiigii'Post Bedsteads, Spring' Seat Sofas and ¦@jSgtj|iglp||^ 'Sofa- Rock infer - Chairs, Win^or : | s|p2iiS£iM Chairs and Sel£ces.und eycry ^g- ¦ce > 0 (jjer aj-CiC ] c of furniture which may be called for—all of wliicii are inadc ofthe yery. bcst material and iu .the most fashionable style, and will be sold at.low rates. ' -, ; Thc'public are respectfully invited to call and examine their, furniture before purchasingelsewhere. . ... ..•- Wareroorn on Hill street, South side, fivetlo ' ors East'of^.-Gk Miles' dwelling. • ' ' " : ' ' : ; :=Huntingdon, Jan: 23,1855.- ;

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

Reasons for going to Cos-cress.—George Gordon. Jr., announces himself, as a candidate for ' congress in the thirteenth District of Virginia^ and' 1 assigns, - in an address In 1 the Wytheville Republican, the following reasons fordesiripg a 6eat in Qpngress: . . . "I, think jt . ..nothing .but,common . honesty to confess tliat'Iam mainly moved' to become a candidate because of ' the : .-easyiifeand'-thehigh wage' s connected with a seat in Congress. Now; Ldo not'mean to assert that the life is easy arid .the wages.high as regards those who occupy a distinguished' place in the great business of the ¦ Congress of this great nation. Iallude to those-Who stand foot of constiXute the tail .of representation, and of which tht';c ,must be always more or,l<?ss, and of which, I think, there may'rioiv and then be an election without any seriou ' spublic detriment—therefore I. have presumed to become a candidate. "

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

FOR SALE rpilE Cross Roads Foundry prop. Jffi^t**0 *7 ' J crty, late the properly of HenryjdM^ WjSS^g Bratton, Warriorsmark townsliip,| S^Sa«^^S Huntingdon county, Pa., em bra-^^^yiSy cing a large two story frame dwelling house, Store house and lot, with a commodious frame Foundry building and lot, all iu good order and in a good location, being situated in the neighborhood of the Juniata Iron Furnaces, and an extensive farming community. The said property is also admirably adapted for an extensive carriage manufactory, and the wants of the community require an establishment of that kind. The situation and property is a very desirable one for either of the above businesses. Terms will be made to suit purchasers, and if not sold will be rented. Inquire of BENJAMIN F. PATTON. Agent. Warriorsmark, Jan. 11, 1855.

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

Mail Robbery.—The stage between Mount Union and this' place, --was robbed of the U. S. Mail, .on Saturday night last . .. The stage was on its way to fhis'placa , and while sloping at Shirleysburg, the mail pouch was taken, in the absence of the driver, who was in ihe.hotel.; On-discovering the loss, fevered persons started in. pursuit of the robber,, and tracked him by the' sribvv through two fiehlsj bat their ! ohly .success- was in finding the pouch on a fence, cut-open and the entirecontents gone, with the exception of a small bundle of papers. The robber is yet at large, and we have not been informed of any mea' sures being taken to secure him.—Shirleysburcr Herali. EMIGRANT SOC1ETY ROOMS, > 13 Astor Place, New York, Feb. 9th. 1855. J To the Editor of Huntingdon Globe. Sir,—Agreeably with a resolution adopted at a meeting of the Board of Manegers at the American and Foreigh Emigrant Protective and Employment Society, held on Monday the 5th inst., Peter Cooper, Esq....

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

A PABM' FOR RENT A Farm in Licking Creek valley, about four miles from Bell's mills, andtwo from Bell's furnace, containing"450 acros,~about 50 acres cleared—two 'good orchards of graflcd fruit—the whole "place well watered, and a large streani of water running through the centre of the place. The soil'is good for raising any kind of grain. .The place hyill ba : leased for five years, the rent-to be applied; to- 'improving the property; -For further particulars inquire of the subscriber in Newton Hamilton, Pa. Possession given on 1 nt of April next. JEREMIAH NOPRIS, Jr. Jan. 18, 18;J5—2 in.

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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

Female Library Association: CPHE Library Will now' bcopehed forsubscri' -J_; bcrs:cycry Saturday afternoon at 3 o ' clock; in their room in the Court House. Annual subscription 50 cents. In addition to the former collection of standard and popular works, some lute publications have been addud,viz: Bayard Tay lor 's Travels, Fanny Fern 's works,&c. Increased public patronage will enable us to still 'further increase the interest.- • -" ' ¦ . ; -. : . ¦ - ¦ By order of ;the President. Huntingdon, Jan. 23. 1855.

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

'ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. 3pETTERS" of administration have beejigi 'an-JJ-,tcd to tho . undersigned on the.estate of Stun? ucl Smith,^ee'. d., late of Hopcw.ell township.— All persons' having'crainis' against said estate will present them.duly authenticated.for settlement,.and all persons indebted to said estate will make immediate payment. JOHN B. WEAVER, Adia'r." Hopewell township, Jan, 12,1855. Herald of Penmnansliip! Good News for Bad Writers! For Young ¦Men going into Business ! 'Ladies , Children,and Schools! . ; "\7^OU can now obtain, for the first time in the JL world, a practical Handwriting-, adapted to business or correspondence, with as much certainty as a child learns to walk; and without, nearly as well as with, the aid of a master ! McLAUEIK'S CI7RR3NTB CALAMO (Rapid Pen) System puts this necessary art in the power of all, without njistakc; by n series of Manuel Gymnastie Exercises, entirely new in their design, it takes the chain olF tho arm and fingers, makes...

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Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

¦ From fhe Ilarrisburg Democratic Union. Bribery. By a joint resolution, which passed both branches of the legislature on the 13th inst., a committee was appointed for the purpose of investigating certain charges made in relation lo the bribing of members to vote for particular persons for United States Senator. We supposed at the time, the intention was to defeat the election of GeN Cameron, and pessibly^ it may have . operated so far as to induce an adjournment * of the election. So mnch has been said about the Middletown Bank, and iheuseof its notes to effect par. ticular legislation , as well as other objects, that it was not at all surprising, in a contest where the General was n. conspicuous actor, that the allegation should be repeated often enough lo give it the semblance of.reality, and that a committee should be appointed to investigate ¦ ' ' If, however , this, was the object , 6b far as we have been enabled to ascertain.the fact ' s, .it has proved a failure. • &...

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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

From the HarrisburgDc-m. Union. . ' -Let Justice be Done. ' ¦ • As we have said elsewhere, it is not our purpose to mingle in theSenatoiial controversy before the Legislature. It'belongs to a new parly in which we have no part or lot. But while such is our position, we cannot refrain fiom expressing our deep regiet at the unscrupulous vindietiveness wilh which one of the candidates is assailed in his private as well as public character. This gross viola-* tion of all the laws of political warfare merits the earnest rebuke of evety friend of justice and fairdealing. No man stands so high that he may not be blackened by the reckless calumniator at a moment when serious .wrong will be inflicted, before reflection and betterknowledge vindicate his fame. The Juniata Sentinel, a Whig paper, says of Geii. Ca-vieron , amongst, other things equally malicious and groundless, that he "has stood at the head of a band of plunderers in this State for \ears, who . have robbed the Commonwealth ...

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

The "Penrisylvanian" and its Correspondent. , This paper, of the date of Monday last, publishes a letter dated Huntingdon, Feb. 21 , in which trie-following occurs : "The fearless course pursued by the Pennsyl. vanian in. exposing * the corruption of Simon Cameron, is winning for it golden opinions from all parties in this vicinity. ' A "corporal's jruarcF' could.. hardly be found in this county willing to second the pretensions of thiss, trickster to the high station of ' ' - S. Senator. It may seem astonishing' that in view of this fact, and with a full knowledge of the antagonism of the people: of this region to Simon Cameron, that an ; editor ' could be found with the moral hardihood, or rather turpitude, who would endorse tlic porfidy of John Crcsswcll, the Senator from this district, in voting for Cameron." The creature who wrote the. letter published in the Pennsylvanian, is well known to us, ' and-this ' community, rind is anything but favorably known ; and if " the. P...

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

NO " ELECTION OP 17. S. SENATOR: The two Houses of the ' State Legislature met in'Convention at 12 o'clock yesterday, and resumed the., balloting for an United States^enatofi' ^The Hall was crowded and much , excitement prevailed throughout ' the town. -First^Ballbt-^For Sirhoti Cameron, " 55; C' A;' Buckalewj 23;. scattering, ' 50*' > Necessary'to a choice , 1 65. • ¦ ' •-. .. I ' ¦ -¦ ; : : . 128* members voted , - there being .5 absentees , viz : Messrs. Mellinger and Pratt of the Senate , And Messrs? Lathrop, -Ross'and Allegood of ' .tnVr . Houee. .The .latter, was . kept away by sickness. Of the Senators,.Messrs. ..Hpge, Piatt . and Quiggle, who previouslyvoted fox -Mr., Buckdie w/ cast their-ballots for Mr. Cameron. MK Mellinger, ' one of the absentees , voted on theiprevipus ballot for^Mr. Stevens.— Of (he;mejnfcfers of ' the House/ sevehj'w ho had previously voted " J f6r Mr. Cameron , now divided 1 theirballots among the ' minc ' ric a^ MrVStpckdale 1 voted for M...

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Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

WALL PAPERS, Bt V Ii T Oi'TST & . &,• A NT. I-Sf-G , MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS, No. 124 ARCH Street, second door above Sixth, T ¦PHILADELPHIA, .,';,,. -WHOLESALE fr RETAIL. "TTWERY article in their line of business'at the JGi very lowest market- CASH PRICES . and solicit th *! patronasrc of dealers and others.' Feb. 20, 1855—3m - ' STRAY SHEEP. . ^ss^a^^Kgs pAME to the premises «f tho tk SSJ*^ V> subcriber in Pcan towiiship, ft*S?*'a^^ Huntingdon county,' Pa., some <^g«lSwCSB>>tu:no in the latter part of-October last, nine head of Sheepi'dne--having the point of both ears cut off, one with the point of ono oar off and a slit in . the nthev, the others havo a small 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 >vill be disused.; of according to law., '. . • _ VALENTINEFINK. . Jan. 30, IS55.—* .,- ' , ' * . * . ' .- ' . ' NOT...

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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

Petition for License. TO.the Hon. the Judges of the Court of Quarter Sessions " of the Peace for the county of Hun. ting-don: The petition of Ezekiel & Nathan White, respectfully showcth : That your petitioners occupy a commodious house, situate in the town of Coalmont, in the township ef Tod, which is well calculated for a public house of entertainment, and from its neighborhood and situation is suitable as well as necessary for the accommodation of the public, and the entertainment of strangers and travellers. That they are well provided with stabling for horses, and nil conveniences necessary for the entertainment of strangers and travellers; they therefore, respectfully pray the Court to grant them a license to keep an inn or public house of entertainment there : and your petitioners will ever pray &c. EZEKIEL WHITE, NATHAN WHITE. Coalmont, February 28, A. D. 1855. We, the undersigned, citizens of the town, ship or Tod aforesaid, being personally acquainted w...

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Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

ORPHANS' COURT SALE. BY virtue of an Order of the Orphans' Courf oC Huntingdon County will be exposod to public sale on the premises, on Satuuday the 3d day of March next, by public vendue or outcry, the following real estate, late the estate of Jonathan Fink, late of Penn township, deceased, viz : . A TRACT OP LAND, situate in Penn township aforesaid, in the coun, ty of Huntingdon, and State of Pennsylvaniaadjoining lands of Joseph "Nforris, dee'd., the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River, and others, containing about 700 Acres, more or loss, about three hundred acres of which is mountain land, on which is erected various improvements (excepting a small lot and house on the aame for the widow, which is not to be sold.) . . The above land is of excellent quality, and deserves the attention of pcreons wishing 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 ...

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Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

ORPHANS' COURT SALE, Valuable Real Estate for Sale. {Estate of William Buchanan, of Brady township, deceased.) - BY virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county, there will be sold on tho premises, at public vendue, 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 OF LAND, " situated in Brady township, Huntingdon county, being pa.rt of the Sugar Grove Farm, containing about sixty acres, and lying on both sides of the Turnpinc Roa"il , on the western side of Mill crock, adjoining the Juniata river, and lands of Irvin, Green and others, having thercb^__jj - on-crceted u, large two story frame .g£ife*!» Tavern House, Store house. Saw mill, sais'MLwiirc house and three dwelling houses .jLHilllis—The saw mill is supplied by water' from the canal and can be run the whole year — for merchandizing, the location is excellent. The property will 'on sold together, or in portions as may sui...

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Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855

Administrators' Sale. {Estate of James CamphellT. of M'Connellstnwn, deceased.) BY virtue of authority given in tho will of sai3 deceased, there will be . sold at public vendue on the premises on Thursday the lstday of March 1855, at 1 o'clooh, P. M., the following described Real Estate, to wit:—One lot in said village of M'Gonnellstown and township of Walker, bounded on the west by lot of John Snyder, north by-lands of George and David Haun, east by Union church, lot, and south by the main street of said village. Containing about three fourths of an acre. The buildings and improvements are a large frame house, j_ J iq -store Jiouso, wash houso,-wood-hoiiso,: Th: -;V | ' carriage hous,e, ;vnd two large stables; j)jiJ |j** .L,with a g nc j oJ 0^- y0Un g. fruit trecs on the lot. Terms op Sale.—One third of tho purchase money to be paid on delivery of a deed immediately after snlc—one third in one year thereafter with interest, and the remaining third nt and immediately after the d...

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