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Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855
MILITAR-V" NOTICE. '^^k Commissioned Officers of the < _ ' '^|||pt* «k 4th Brigade 14th Division P.M., .iSg&slii^ (Huntingdon county,) arb-ordered to meet in full uniform; for parade And drill, at Mill Creek, on Friday 2d of March, 1855, at 10 o ' clock, A. M. .,. • ' ,,.. . By order of Br. Gen.;U. C. McGILL, GEO.. W. GARRJSTTSOlSr, Major. - . Feb.. 12; 1855. " . - - * ' '
Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855
LEATHER. :; < FR.ITZ, H EN D\Hy & CO,, No. 29 N6jrtli J t i?Iirrd Sfc, Pliiladelpliia. MOROCCO - Manufacturers, Counters .and Importers ' of .FRENCH; . CALF-SIOJNS, and dealers in Red and Oak SOLE LEATHER and K1PP. [Fob 20,1855;~ly ORPHANS' COURT SALE. Estate of William Buchanan, dcc?d. By virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county, there will bo exposed at public sale on the premises, 1 On Thursday the 8th day qf March , 1855 ; the following described Real Estate, to wit: One Tract of Unseated Land warranted in the name of Benjamin * Eliiett, * situate in the township of Union and county of Huntingdon, containing 2<i ACRE ' S 38 PERCHES, bounded by the Juniata. River, lands of James Fea, John Grove, andf others, known as the Fishery tract. Alsoon the same day, , Ono Tract of Land, being part of two larger tracts, one of which, was surveyed on a warrant, granted to Robert Simpson, and the other on a warrant to Charles Kelly, pitmite i...
Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855
TANYAED FOR SALE OR RENT. nphe subscriber offers for sale or ront a Tan-X. .nery with all the.usual fixings-in.good order ; there is a splendid orchard of choice fruit trees on the lot. Possession will be given on the first day of April next. - • It. McBURNEY. " McAlavays Fort, Feb. G. 1855. 6t.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855
List of Outstanding Balances due 1st January, 1855, by the iollowmg Collectors, viz .* Year. Townships. Names of Collectors. County Tax. State Tax. Militia fines. 1840. Allegheny, Samuel Robison, 466 33 1844. Tell, Jonathan Briggs. 1 05 Walker, A. B. Sangaree, 13 50 1845. Barree, John R. Hunter, 14 50 JPorter, Collins Hamer 16 65 Springfield , Benedict Stevens, . 1 00 Woodberry, Benjamin Bowers, 3 48 1846. Barree, Charles Cowden, 29 01 300 78 Porter, Jacob Kough, ' 202 08 Union, James Hampson, 1 50 1847. Cass, Lemuel Green 2 00 ' Dublin, Thomas W. Neely12 50 Franklin , John H. Stdnebraker, 64 39 33 00 Springfield, William Eamsey, 6 20 Tell, George May, 9 00 1848. CassConrad Curfman, 3 00 *Franklin, John Conrad, 25 00 Jackson, , David S. Bell, 14 00 tUnion, Levi Smith. 3 15 1849. CJay, Daniel Curfman, ' 7 44 tPorter, Alexander Stitt , 2 09 1851. JBradyJesse Yocunij 13 00 Cromwell, Daniel Teague , - 23 23 Shirley. Isaac Sharrer, ' 38 63 tTodJesse Cook, 77 43 22 33 tWalkerThomas Dean...
Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855
Receipts and Expenditures Of thd County of Huntingdon, from the 3rd day of January, 1854, up to the 5th day of January,. 1855, including both days. RECEIPTS. Amt. in Treasury at last Settlement 15801 80 1848 William McGarvey, Shirley, 52 02 1850 William Dean, Penn, 98 07 Henry Cremer, Springfield, 15 68 1851 John Love, Barree, 30 61 Daniel Teague, Cromwell. 121 58 Isaac Sharrer. Shirley.. 131 98 John Brown, Springfield , 12 68 Thomas Dean, " Walker, 4 18 Charles Green, West, 27121 1852 Daniel Womelsdorf. Franklin, 39 54 George Bowman, Shirley, 2 64 Levi Smith, Union, 3188 John Coulter, Walker. 106 31 1852 James Ewing, Barreo, 30O 27 James Miller, Brady, 292 10 Joshua Greenland, Cass, 50 00 Richard Madden. Clay, 77 84 George Swanz, Cromwell, 44"960 Robert Peterson, Dublin, 222 00 Wm. Mcllwain, Franklin 304 06 Luke Voorhees, Henderson, 422 20 Leonard Weaver, Hopeweli, 151 71 James Stewart, Jr. Jackson, 271 60 Michael Fetterhosf, Morris, 648 99 Jacob Brumbaugh, Penn, 232 01...
Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855
A valuable Business Stand in Huntingdon, At Private Sale. fPHE subscriber offers for sale his well known J.. property on Railroad street, near the Depotc—a The dwelling is large and well finished sss for convenience and cemfort,withaconi a flfJi venient store room under the same roof. There is a well of good water near Hie door.— Also a good warehouse and other improvement*. Persons wishing to purchase can examine tlic property by calling upon the subscriber. Terms.—One half in hand and the balance to suit purchaser. . WM. STEWART. Huntingdon, Feb; 14,1854. 3I5J!STIJSCJ-©«>j\ T MARBLS WAKE*. j& f ]MlE undersigned respectfully iiifornis ¦ tnr?r J. his friends and the public generally, ssssk in Huntingdon and adjoining counties that he has established himself in Huntingdon, having just received from Philadelphia a selected stock of choice marble grave stones of every discription, which he will furnish at very reduced prices. All orders through mail addressed to the ...
Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855
ARMITAGE'S Electro-Magnet Lightning Rods A FTER many years' close investigation J\and numerous experiments, the Pattentec salics pleasure in informing- th' e public thai he has arrived at the true principles of protecting families, dwellings and property from the destructive influence of Lightning. ¦ The calamities that every City, 'Town,, Village 'and Country falls victim to annually, throug-h the gross negligence of its inhabitants ^ is beyond calculation, especially when tile remedy is so easy to obtain—this is found in Armitage's Patent Magnetic lightning Rods, and in this alone. This Rod has been examined by the most scientific gentlemen in the world—Professors M'Murtrie, Johnson, Wallor and many others that have examined them, recommend and speak of .them in the highest terms of approbation, and have pronounced them the onl y safe rods in use in this or o.ny other' country, for the protection of Lives and Property. — One advantage is to divide and throw back a part of the ...
Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855
IP YOU WANT TO BUY CHEAP GOODS, CALL ATTHE STORE OF GEO. (SWIM. / ¦~ 1EO. GWIN has just returned from Phila-VjT delphia and New York, and is now opening at his well known stand in Market Square, the largest and prettiest assortment of FALL AND WINTER GOODS ever brought to the borough of Huntingdon, and is now selling at unusually low prices. My stock consists inpart, of Cloths, Cassimeres, Black and Fancy, Sattinetts, and a large variety, of Satin and Silk Testings, Kentucky Jeans Tweeds, brown and bleached Muslins, Drill Crash, Bags and Bagging, Linen and Cotton table Drapeis, and a great variety of goods to tedious too mention. LADIES DRESS AND FRENCH GOODS —a large assortment of Undersleaves, Collars and Spencers. BLACKAND FIGURED SILKS; PRINTS in abundance. Muslin de Lanes, Muslin de Bage, Alpacas. Lustres, Cashmeres, Florence and Marceline and Gro de Nap Silk for bonnet linings, Edginsr Lace, Ribbons, fancy and black Gimp.btacksilk lace,colored Kid Gloves, Gents' black di...
Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855
2516 SI Proceeds of the Poor House Farm for the year 1854. 118i bushels of wheat250 bushels of corn, 50 bushels of . oats, 6J bushels of rye. On hand 1st January 1855,146i bu. wheat, 127 bu. corn, 34 bu. oats, 1200 lbs wheat flour, 80 lbs corn meal50 lbs rye flour, 40 bu. potatoes300 lbs beef800 lbs pork, 4 cows4 calves10 hogs, 3 tons of hay, 30 tons of stone coal. Persons admitted since 1st November.1854, 45 ; discharged 1; of whom. 27 are men, 13 women, 5 children. Born in the United Stales 28 of whom 3 are colored, born in Ireland 9, born in Germany 8. ... '- ¦ Articles manufactured by the inmates, 6 dresses, 7 shirts, 7 pair of stockings, 1 skirt, 3 aprons. We the undersigned auditors r of the county of Huntingdon do hereby certify that we have examined the orders of the Commissioners of said county and the receipts for 'the same for and duriug-the past year and find a balance due the Treasurer of sixty-four dollars and eig-hty-tvvo cents. that have examined the unt And al...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855
J. & W. SAXTON, HA VE just received from Philadelphia the handsomest assortment of , • Fall and Winter Goods ever offered in.this place, consisting of Cloths, Cassimers, Sattinetts, Vestings, FOR THE LADIES, we faave Plaid Silks, worsted Plaids, and every variety of Plaid Goods, to please the taste of the Ladies s also, Shawls, Sachery, Flannels, Bonnet Silks, Bonnets, and the finest assortment of Collars, Undersleaves, Shimazetts, &c., 6pc., ever offered to the Ladies of this place. SOOTS AND SHOES of every variety, for Boys and Men, Ladies Shoes of every variety, &c, &c. HATS AND CAPS, a beautiful assortment, of everv g rade and size. HAKD WARE ot which we have the best assortment in (own. QUEENSWARE A.ND GROCERIES, of which there is no better for the price. Our stock of Oil Cloths. Carpets, &c, is good. Tubs, Buckets, Willowware, and everything usually kept in a country store. In fact we hare everything to suit the taste of all, and at ...
Id=115 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855
JAPAN CONQUERED!! NEW GOODS. T)ETER SWQOPE, hereby makes known to X tue citizens of Huntingdon County idhat he has just returned from Phikdelphi«fe^u*d has opened in frame store room lately occripied by Marx Israel, near the corner of Hill &.. Montr gomery StreetsHuntingdonPa-, a large; hevr^ m^im and well-assorted stock of BOOTS AND p il l SHOES, HATS AND CAPS.^embra. * S«sfe». cing fine and coarse Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Monroes, Ties, &c, for Gentlemen ; and also fino .Gaiter Boots', Busking, Jenny Linds, and Tics for Ladies. Children's Boots and Shoes of every variety and fashion. Gentlemen and Boys ca.n be. accotnodated with hats of the latest and most- approved style. He has also a good stock of hosiery., of ladies, gentlemen and children' s wear. He has a good assortment " of fresh Mahogany Veneers. REMEMBER. , The " Nimble Sixpence is better than the slow-Shilling." Call and be served. Don't forget the place, near the Corner of Hilland Montgomery Streets. ...
Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855
STA17FFEK. and IIAlRSLE'Sr. Cheap Watches and Jewelry, ^^rfjsja WHOLESALE and RETAIL ^^^>/t^m^at the " Philadelphia Watch ^g feag^aS^Tinri Jewelry Store, 1 ' No. 96 North Second Street . corner of Quarry ,Phila delphia. Gold Lever Watches, full jcwclll8 carat cases, ; . . ' . . . $28 00 Gold Lcpines, - - - - 24 00 Silver Lever Watches,fullje welled, 12 00 Silver Lepinericwols, - - ¦ .' -9 00 SuperiorQuarticrs, - -• - 7 1)1) Gold Spectacles, . ... - 7 00 tfine Silver do. - . ,. : - - . 1 50 Gold'Bracelets, .;.,.' . - -> .: - 3 00 . Ladies'Qold Pencils, ... .. 1 00 . Silver Tea Spoons,sot, - . .. - 5 00 GoldPens .withPenciland ^ SilverHoIder.l 00 Gold Finger Rings, 37$ cents to 880; Watch Glasses, plain, 12 jjcentsj Putcn ' t.-lS ' iJ; Lurict,25, qtherarticles in proportion. ATlgbodsw.arran. ted to be what they are sold for. ' STAUFFER & HARLEY. On'hand, some Gold and Silver Levers and Lep'ines, still lower thanthc above prices. Sept. 27:;i854-lTr.
Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855
BOOTS AND SHOES* The Best Assortment ever brought to Huntingdon. rpHE public arc informed that LEVT WESTJL BROOK has just opened at his store, the best selected assortment of Ladies'" and^Gentlemen's Boots and . Shoes ever brought to Huntingdon—in part as follows: Men's Double-soled Calf Boots:, Men 's Water-proof Hunting Boots, Men's Heavy Ooubte-soled Tfater-proof Boots, Boys' Fine and Coarse Boots, Ladies' Congress Graitors, Ladies' French Morocco Gaitors , Ladies' Goat and Morocco Boots , Gum Shoes of all Kinds together with, a general assortment of Ladies' Shoes and Slippers. Also, Misses' and Chil. drcn 'sbest quality of Boots and Shoes—Canvas Valises, Hats, &c, &c. My old customers and the public generally, are requested to call and examine my new stock. • LEVI WESTBROOK. Huntingdon, Nov. 14, 1854.
Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855
NEW FIRM IN PORTSTOWN. Grocery, Provision and Feed Store. F. & C. SCHNEIDER, "OESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of ±\> Huntingdon, boatmen, and the public in general far and near, thet thoy_have opened a Grocery, Provision and Feed Store, in Portstown, in the old stand of Cunningham # Cornpropst, where they are prepared to accommodate al! who may give them a call, with choice Giioceries, Provisions and Fked of all kinds at prices cheaper than can be had at any other place for CASH. All kinds of Country Produce taken in exchange for goods. The public generally are requested to give us a call,examine ourstockand hear our prices. Havinga good warehouse,they will receive from and ship goods of all kinds for any point on the Penna. Canal, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Pittsburjj, and other places. Poitstown, April 5, 1854
Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855
BANKING OF HOUSE BELL, GARRETTSON & CO m On NoHh-West corner of Hill and Montgomery Stj-eets in the borough of HUMTIfiTGDOSr , At which a general,Banking busincB .is contemplated to be done. DRAFTS on Philadelphia, Pittsburgh &c. &c;,:always for sale. Collections madeat the principal points in- the United States. Money received on depoeit, paya^lo on demand without interest; also 3 6, 9 and 12 months payable with rcason&ble rates of interest thereon. MEMBERS Oy FlHli: J. M. Beli.,R. B. Johnstons, Wm. Jack, Wm M. Lloyd HollidaysburgPa.; A. P. Wilson, J.Geo/Mimes, Wm. Doris, Jr., Tnoa, Fisher, .Wm. P. Orbison, John Scott, James Gwiw Geo. W. Gakjiettson, Huntingdon Pa. Huntingdon Pa. July 11,1854-3m.
Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855
PHILADELPHIA ADVERTISEMENTS REMOVAL. LIGHT! LIGHT!! LIGHT!!! • J5 • iUJ. Ul A €3u &eJZiJM 4 HAVE removed to their New Store and Factory, No. 74 South Second Street Philadelphia, (Five doors below their old stand;) having increased facilities, we offer to Merchants and others, GAS FIXTURES and LAMPS of •every description, and at the lowest Manufacturer's prices, and unsurpassed in quality or appearance by any in the Country. ' Our Stock embraces Dyott 's Patent Pine Oil Lamps, (the best in the World.) Eiurning Fluid and Solar Lard Lamps, Chandeliers, for Gas, Pine Oil, Solar Lard, and Fluid, Hall and Patent-Spring Hand LantkornsGlobes, Glasses, Wicks, Pino Oil and Fluid wholesale and retail. Merchants and others will find it to their advantage to call and examine our stock and prices. 05*** Particular attention given to fitting 1 up Chu'rchcs and other public buildings. October 3rd, 1854.
Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855
WATCHES, CLOCKS A NT> JEWEIiR-S" ¦ <$^i^5S|jf^ " The subscriber, thankful to tSSSSza^i&Mss ^ his friends and patrons, and to ^^=SfW3lii 3«3p$M he public generally, for their patronage, still continues to carry on .^gSSs. at the same stand,,one door cast of Mr.^W C. Cout's Hotel, Market street Hunting- K*^! don', where he will attend to all whog|»§Eia will faver him with- their custom 5 und also keeps on. hand a good assortment pf YVatches t Clocks, Jewelry, &c, &.c, all of which he is determined to sell at low prices. Clocks, Watches and Jewelry of all kinds, will be repaired at short noti.ee, and having made arrangements with a good workman, all repairs will be done in a neat and durable manner, and any person having articles for repairing, shall h_./e . them done at the promised time. By paying strict attention to businccs. and selling at low prices, he hopes to receive a,share of pub. lie patronage. JOSEPH REIGGER.
Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 28 February 1855
$200 REWARD. HHHE public generally, and the rascals who J. some time since'entered my store and removed valuables to the amount of about SHOO without my permission, o.tc informed that I have just opened a more generaland better assortment of articles in my line of business than was evor brought to Huntingdon, con -^^S g^ < £»=5P sisting of Watches, Jewelry, W?ipm | Py^l Clocks, Fine Knives, Pistols, fytfi qi fr.- ag Perfumery, Port Morrnaios, Sil. jjtj.tjs.Blk ver Ware and Fancy Articles, &c, &.c. My old friends and customers, and the public in general throughout the county are requested to call and examine my assortment. EDM. SNARE. Huntingdon, March22.1854.