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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855

Subject—The Law of Success. (concluded.) The teacher must exercise an inflexible will to love the school, the scholar, the book. and the hours of toil. No eommunings of the soul , exhibits so plainly lo the external world its presence iu the heart as love. The poet said: "Like the vase in which roses have onie been distilled, You may break, you may ruin the vase if you will, But the scent of the roses will hang round it still." Educational Department, BY It. M'DIVITT. ESSAY, Read by A. W. Benedict, Esq., before the Hun tingdon County Teachers ' 1 Institute, December 22, 1854 .- With that all pervading love for the several objects of your care and guidance, and the instruments of your labor, with a manifest pleasure for the hours you spend in a never ending round of lessons and toil you impress upon the tender tablet of the child's heart a kindred love which assumes and asserts its power ; and the wayward, the thoughtlessthe stupidthe indolent and even the mischievous and rebel...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855

Petition for License. . TO the Honorable the Judges of the .Court of Common Pleas of Huntingdon county at April Term 1S55. Your petitioner George Rnndoiph having rented that well known tavern stand in the viilag-e of Sanlsburg, 13;;rrce township, situ.* ate on tiic great leading- road from Lewistnwn to Peters burg-, now occupied by John G. Steiv. art. The petition-of George Rnndoiph respectfully represents that he is well provided with house rooai and conveniences for tlie lodging and accommodation of strangers mid traveller. -) , he therefore prays your Ilonyrs to grnnl ^ him i; license for keeping-a public in:i or tavern and ho will ever pray. s mh r> '551* GEORGE RANDOLPH. We the undersigned subscribers, citizens or Barrce township, in which the above mentioned in or tavern is prayed for to be licensed, do certify iliat George Randolph, llio above applicant, is of good repute for honesty and lemperanco and is well provided with house room " and conveniences /or the lod...

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855

Know Nothing Reform. When the present Know Nothing Legislature assembled we were informed that " various and extensive reforms were digested for the formal enactment of that enlightened body—reforms lhat would materially lessen the expenses of government, and propoitionately lighten the burthens of the people.— We apprehended this was all for buncombe, nor have we ,_been disappointed. The first act in the programme was the creation ot several new off ices, with an aggregate salary of six or seven thousand dollars. The next step was to increase the pay of the patriots who are there ->to do the work of legislation. After so mudh "fuss and feathers " about their regard for the cause of religion, they wanted to signalize by one bold stroke ofjjiolicy, having an eye to No. One in the long run , and to prove they are not infidels t by neglecting to look after their household of faiththey made their office a "salaried one, at 8500 apiece and mileage. Here is an increase of upwar...

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855

lieo. liwm , William A. Saxton, \i. K. Me-MiirtrieThos. AdamsJohn H. Africa, C. A Newinaham,'Wm. iMewart, A. B. Crewit, R. C. McGill, S. S.Wharton. A. P- Wilson, Geo. M. Barr, J. S. Stewart, Robt. Kyle. Petition for License. TO the Honorable t!:c Judges of the Court of Quarter Sessions of llio Peace in .ind for the county of Huntingdon, April Session 1855. — The petition of Christian Conis of the borougli of Huntingdon, in-the county' of Huntingdon, respectfully shcwi-tli, tlisit lie still continues lo til npninlf liln brmen n'Ml Irtmivn nc tlw» T7\«-inTr lin house, and for many years kept as <i public house, in Market square, in said borough, and that he is desirous of keeping 1 a public bouse in the same for the accommodation of strangers ant] travellers—nnd that he is provided with ho use room, stabling and the necessary accommodations for keeping-;i hnnsc of public entertainment at said stand. He therefore prays your Honors to grant him a license to continue to keep a...

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855

Petition for License. TO the Hon. the Judges of the Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the county of Hunti:igdon: The petition "of EzokicI fc Nathan While, respectfully showeth: That your petitioners occupy a commodious house, situate in the town of Coalmont, in the township of 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 en¬ tertainment ot strangers and travellers. I hat they arc v.'l-11 provided with stabling for horses, and'all canvcnicnces necessary for the entertainment of strangers and travellers; they therefare, respectfully j-ray the Court to grant them a license to keep an inn or public house of rn-Irrtainmcnt there : and your petitioners will ever pray &c. EZEKIEL WHITE, NATHAN WHITE. Coalmont, February 28, A. D. 1655. We, the undersigned, citizens of the townsliipor Tod aforesaid, being personally acquainted . wi...

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855

Petition for License TO the Honorable the Judges of the Court of Quartor Sessions of the Peace in and for the county of Huntingdon at April-Term, A. D. 1855. The petition of John P. May respect, folly showeth : That your yetitioncr having leased that well known Tavern stand, situated in the township of West, and county aforesaid, on the great road loading from Petersburg to Bellcfonle in Centre county, known as the Green Tree Hotel, formerly kept by James McMurtrie, doe'd, is desirous of keeping a house of entertainment for the accommodation of strangers and travellers, that he is well provided with conveniences, necessary lor the accommodation nfstrangers and travellers as aforesaid, he therefore prays your Honors to grant him a license to krcji a tnvefn or inn as aforesaid, nnd your petitioner will ever pray, &c. JOHN P. MAYWe the subscribers do certify that John P. May, the; above-named applicant, is u man of good repute for honesty and temperance and thai ho is w...

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855

Petition for License. TO the Honorable the Judges, of the Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace, for the county of Huntingdon. The petition of James Fleming- respectfully showeth : That your petitioner occupies that well known tavern House in Manor Hill, Baric; township, on the public road leading- from Petersburg to Luwistown, which has heretofore been used and occupied as a public house of entertainment for several years last past, and is desirous of continuing- to keep a public house therein, he therefore prays your Honors to grant linn a license to keep a public house at tlu place aforesaid for the ensuing year, and he will pray &c, JAMES FLEMING. March 7th, 1855. . We the subscribers, citizens of Barrce township, in the county of Hunting-don, recommend the above petitioner, and certify that the inn or tavern above mentioned is necessary to accommodate the public and entertain strangers and travellers, and the petitioner above named is of good repute for honesty and...

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855

Petition for License. TO the Honorable the Judges of tbe Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the County of Huntingdon : The petition of McDonald Stewart respectfully showetli : That your petitioner occupies that well known tavern house at Me-Alcvy's Fort, in Jackson township, on Ibc-public road leading from Petersburg toLewistown, which has heretofore bcrm used and occupied as a public house of entcrtainmcntforseveralyears last past, and is desirous of continuing to keep a. public house therein. He therefore prays your Honors to grant him a license to keep a public house at the place aforesaid foy the ensuing year, and he will pray &c. s M'DONALD STEWART. Wo, the subscribers, citizens of Jackson township, in the county of Huntingdon, recommend the above petitioner nnd certify that the inn or tavern above mentioned is nccesary to accommodate the public and entertain strangers and travellers, and the petitioner above named is of good repute for honet.ly and temperan...

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855

Petition for License. TO Uie .Honorable Court of Quarter Sessions of iiunlingdon count}', Pcnna. The petition of R. F. //.islctt, of Spruce Creek, Morris township, in said county, respectfully represents ;—That lie is well provided with house room and conveniences for the lodging- and accommodation of sliungcrs and travellers, at the house now occupied by him as an inn or tavern, in said township ; lie therefore prays the Honorable Court to grant him a license for keeping' a public inn or tavern, and he, as in duty bound , will &c. R. F. i/ASLETT. March. 7,1355. . : We the subscribers, citizens of Blorris town, sbip, in which the above mentioned inn or tavern prnyed to be licenced, is proposed lo be kept, do certify that R. F. ifaslett, the above applicant, is of good repute for honesty and temperance, and is well provided with house room and conveniences for the lodging and accommodation of strangers and travellers, and that such inn or tavern is necessary to accommodat...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855

Petition for License. TO the Honorable the Judges oftlic Court of Quarter Sessions of Huntingdon Count}-. The petition of Graffius Miller respectfully showeth : That your petitioner ocnnpies that old and well known brick Tiivcrn House, near tlie Railroad depot in the borough of Huntingdon, known as the Exchange Hotel, heretofore used as s public house of entertainment nnd is desirous of continuing to keep a public honse therein. He therefore praj's your Honors to grant him a license fo keep a public: house ct the place aforesaid for the ensuing year, ;:ml lie will ever nn-.y &c, GRAFFIUS MILLER. March 7th, 1855. The subscriber;-- , citizens of ihe borough of riiiiilinjrilim rceominvnd the above J>ctinvicr,and certify that t.hc inn or-tavern above mentioned, is necessary to uccMiimntlule the public and entertain stringers and travellers ; and that the petitioner above n;:incd is of good repute for honest}' nud temperance, and is well provided wil.Ii house room and ...

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855

of Warriorsmark, which lias heretofore been used and occupied by him as a public house of entertainment, and is desirous of continuing to keep a public house therein; lie therefore pfays your Honors to grant him a license to keep a public house at the place aforesaid for the ensuing vear, and he will ever pray. mh 6, '55. JAMES CffAMBKRLAIN. The subscribers citizens of the township of Warriorsniurlt, in the county of Huntingdon, would respectfully recommend the above petitioner, and certify that the irn or tavern above mentioned is necessary to accommodate the public and entertain strangers and travellers, and that the petitioner above named is of {food repute for honesty and tcmperancefind well provided with house room and conveniences for the lodging and -accommodation of strangers and i r:i vr»llrrsL. Jacob Wyant, Samuel CulpD. B. Money, Win. Thompson, Lewis EiimondsonIsaac ThompsonSam'l. Shank, Joseph Bransteter, P. L. SacketH. K. Neff. Martain Itinger, John Shank, William W...

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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855

Petition for License TO the //onorable the Judges at the Court of Common Pleas of .Huntingdon eounty, now holding and composing a Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace, at April Term, 1855. The petition of James Chamberlain, of Warriorsmark township, in said county, respectfully sheweth that flie occupies and stiU continues to keep

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

fcs ~ The Harrisburg Herald of Saturdaysaysthe most strenuous effort have been made this week for the pardon of Dr. Beale. After a full hearing of the case Governor Follock posiiirelv refused to grant a pardon.

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855

O" In the counties of Sonora and San Francisco, Cal., five hundred murders have been committed in the last five years and only three murderers hava been hung under judicial sentences.

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Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855

From the Harrisburg Democratic Union What Have You Grained. It is unnecessary for us to repeat what we have several times already said, in regard to the position of the Democratic party in the late Senatorial contest in this State. We have strenuously contended that our political organization had nothing whatever to do with the selections for that office by Knownothings. They had the power, although for want of concentration 'did notexercise it, of electing ah United States Senator; and it ¦was not for us, or any other sincere Demor cratic editor, to dictate to them who they should or should not select for the office.— The secret organization is one independent of both the Whig and Democratic organizations, and it received its existance, according to the notions of its members, from the cor¬ ruptions of the old parties. It was stated too, that a membtr' s political antecedents were forgotten—they all. whether formerly Whig, Democratic, Free Soil, or what not, stood upon the ...

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855

For the Globe. Mr . Editor :—I 6ee a large portion of the Huntingdon; : ,fournal occupied weekly by the proceedings of the Teacher's Institute, under the editorial supervision of Mr. J. A. Hall. Amongst those proceedings and essays read before the Institute, I have' yet to see anything in relation to the most important part of the education of children. I mean their physical training. A sound and healthy mind must ever be accompanied by a 6ound and healthy body. A sound and healthy body cannot be expectedunless the laws of nature, in rearing of that body be duly obeyed. Cannot the "Institute," instead of giving us learned essays and debates as to the best method of cramming the most learning into the tender minds of children in the shortest time at the expense of health and future com¬ fort, give some consideration to the more important subject of physical training and the observance of more natural laws in the education of our youth ? Do not the teachers know of the great effor...

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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855

Horrible Discovery. The Chicago Press of Feb. 24th has been furnished, by a gentleman from Lafayette, Im 1 ., with the details of a rumor current in that city, which says, on the Saturday preceding the memorable storm of the 21sl of Januar}', two families, numbering ten persons, moving from Southern Indiana to Nothern Illinoie, arrived at Oxford, the county seat of Benton county, Intl., about forty miles northwest of La/ayeUo, wjth two ox teams, and well provided with necessaries for the road . They remained their through the storm, and on Monday morning resumed their journey. Last Tuesday morning a man passing over a prairie, only about nve miles from Oxford, came upon a sight which filled him' with horror. The carcases of two'oxen, from which the viscera had been removed, lay upon the ground. Inside of one of them were the frozen bodies of four children, and in tho othe the frozen corpse of the motherwith a nursing infant at her breast, under the snow was a heap of ashes, in w...

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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855

RTAKKiED, On Tuesday evening the 27th ult., by the Rev. W. M. Deatrick, at his residence, Mr. CiniisToriiKi!. Herm: and Miss Margaret Schaffer, all of this place. On the evening of the 4lh inst. ., by the saniCj Mr Christopher Hf.js, and Miss Catharine Geis, ail of J/unlingdon. At Waterstrcet, on the 6lh inst., by the Rev. P. M- Rightmyer, Mr. Jo«n Sch MUCKEiTand Miss Martha McKelep of Altoona- FlzOUK. AWIS "WISEA.T. |$§lp| FLOUR and WHEAT on hand and \|||i|j||s|for sale at Ihe store of iiBlir mh 6] D. P. GWIN. SSTATE OF SIMON LEVI. "VTOTICE.—All persons interested are hereby L\ notified that the Trust Account of David Blair, Esq., Assignee of Simon Lcvi, late of the borough of .Huntingdon, has been filed in the Prothonotary' p office and that said account will be presented to the Court on Monday the 9th day of April next, for confirmation and allow, ance, unless cause be shown why said account should not be allowed. M.F.CAMPBELL, March G, 1855—* Prot 'y. jSOTSCE T© ESSJSELUKS...

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855

Shirleysburg Female Seminary. We learn that Itev. James Camjpbei.t,, has resigned his charge of the Female Seminary in Shirleysburg and his resignation has been accepted by the-Trustcos, to take effect at the close of the present session. Prof. J. B. Kidder, of New.York, has rented the Seminary buildings and will take charge of the school in May. next. Mr. Kidder is highly recommended as a scholar and experienced teacher, having been Principal of a Female Seminary in New York city for Ihe last twelve years. Further particulars concerning the time the session will commence, charges, &c, will soon be placed before the public. # Normal Institute. We are pleased to learn that an Institute for instruction" in the ait of teaching is in contemplation, in this place , to commei.ee about the 20th of July next. It will be conducted by Messrs Hall, Baker, and M'DJvittl under the supervision of the Co. Superintendent, J. S. Barr. The ability of the above " na¬ med gentlemen' as pr...

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855

ORPHANS' COURT SALE. Estate of William Buchanan, dee'd. By virtue of an order of the Orphans ' Court of Huntingdon count} 7 , there will be exposed 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 Juniata River, lands of James Fea, John Grove, and others, known as tho 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 Robert Simpson, and the other on a warrant to Charles Kelly, situate in Brady township, containing 266 ACRES 128 PERCHES and allowance, adjoining- l:\nds of John A". Campbell, James Lane and others. Also, on Friday the 9th day of March, 1855, One Tract of Unseated Land, warranted in tho name of David Lapsley, situate in Iiopewell townsh...

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