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Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855
The Richest Sell we- ever Heard of. —We find an account, in the East Brooklyn Times, of a new method of " raising- the wind" as well as the dead, in that city, which takes down anything in the didling line of the seasonand indicates the extent and pressure of . the hard times. A female called a few days since on a lady of some influence in Brooklyn, and told a sad and plaintive story of suffering and privation; and moreover that her husband had just died and she lacked the means of a decent burial. Her tale of woe so wrought upon the lady that she proceeded to visit her immediately to satisfy herself there was no imposture.— On entering the apartment she beheld the coffin, and was satisfied all was tight, and not wishing to harrow the feelings of the bereaved woman, she left her a considerable sum of money, and immediately departed.— After passing ' two or three blocks, from the dwelling, thinking all the way of the strange complexions to which we are liable, she missed her pock...
Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855
Female Library Association. rPIIE- Library will now be opened for subscri-X bcrs every 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 late publications have been added, viz : Bayard Taylor's Travels, Fanny Fern's works, &c. Increased public patronage will enable us to still further iucrease the interest. By order of the Prcsident. - Huntingdon, Jan. 23..1855. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. AT OTICE is hereby given that letters tcsla-J\ mentary on the will of John Wakcfield late of Barree township, dee'd., have been granted to the undersigned. AU persons indebted to the deceased are requested to make payment,"and those having claims to present them for settlement; JOHN R. HUNTER, Executor. Petersburg, Feb. 6, 1855. TAST5TARD FOR SALE OR RENT. f piic subscriber offers for sale or rent a Tari-J_ nery with all the usual fixings in good order ; there is a splendi...
Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855
Horses^ Cows, Young Cattle, Sheep, AND FsiriisiBig- Implements, WILL BE SOLD AT PUBL I C SALE On Monday the 12th day of March. 1855. TTTILL be sold on the premises of Robert VV Hare Powci, foruierly occupied by John Bradly. dee'd., situate in Trough Creek Valley, Huntingdon county, about one mile from Eagle Foundry, and six miles from Cassville, on the day above named, the following described pro. pcrty, to wit: 7 head of work horses, part of which are excellent leaders; 6, colts from two to three years old; 10 good milpli cows; 30 head of cattle of different ages; ' 50 highly improved South Down Sheep; 30 Cottswald and Leicester Sheep, Several very fine Durham Short Horn Cattle will be offered, consisting of bull and heifer calves and milch coWs. Also, a variety of farming implements, such as ploughs, Harrows, Cultivators, fanning m ill, gcars f forks, rakes, §c, &c. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M., on said day. A credit of one year will bo given, and 6 per cent...
Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855
CASSVILLS SEMINARY: 3$ALE AHD FEMALE. rpHE * winter session of this Institution will JL close the 28th March. An address to the Literary Societies will be delivered by Rev. M. Ckever, of Lcwistown, at 3 o' clock, P. M., of the same day. A public exhibition of the Societies will take place in the evening. We ex. tend a cordial invitation to our friends and the ¦;ubiic generally, to be in attendance upon the occasion. The summer session will open the 4th May. Our new and commodious building- will then be read y for use. We will be able to accom. inodate, in the Seminary and in town one hundred and fifty students. From present prospects this much room will be necessary. We have determined to connect with our Institution a Normal department, and will give special attention to, and deliver lectures upon, the science and artof teaching. We have now a full and competent board of Instruction consisting of four gentlemen, and three ladies prepared to impart instruction in all the Literar...
Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855
Books! Books!! Wall Paper !F! OH Onn VOLUMESofnew and popu-¦ \J \JKJ lar books—the subscriber has just received from Boston; New York and Phil adelphia, comprising the greatest jP^WJWfWi variety and most extensive stoek Jfl£**^ / ever brought to'thc inferior of thc£3Es2SiSsIp State. His STATIONERY is also of great variety and superior quality, in pnrtas follows: Letter, Cap and Note Paper, Gold and Steel Pens, Inkstands, Blank and Time Books, Diaries for 1S55, &.c. Also, Harper 's, Putnam's, Godcy's aiid Graham's Magazines ,.received every month as soon as out. 2000 copies of the books recommended by the Teachers' Institute and Board of Directors of. the couiity: Green. liePs Arithmetics and Algebra, Towsl'sSpellers, and Swan's Readers. 3600 Pay son & Dunton's Boston Copy Books, being tlie best system ns well as (he best executed books ever offered to the public, for salo at lowest wholesale prices. 1000 pieces Wall Paper from 9 to 13c for com. mon, 18, 23, 27c f...
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855
The Havrisbnrg Car Company. XTAVING completed their extensive cstub-XX lishment and fitted it with the most approved .nachinery f«.r the preparation of both Wood and Iron Wo?k; and also having a large stock of Seasoned Lumber on hand, arc prepar. od to fill the heaviest orders for Passenger, Mail, Baggage, Box, Cattle, Platform, Coal and Hand Cars. Also, Car # W heels, fitted or unfitted, and guaranteed to be equal to any other make; Rail Road Castings of every description; Pressed Nuts, Washers, Screw-Bolts, Wood Screws, <Sfcc. &.C., constantly on hand. Located at a point where the best of Iron, Coal and Lumber are obtained at the lowest rates, and having the advantage of the best ma. chinery in the country, we can furnish cars of superior make, at favorable rates, and on short notice, The Company, having been fortunate in associating with them one of the best Car Builders in the country, feel confident their manufactures cannot be excelled cither in variety or q...
Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855
NOTICE, To the creditors of the Huntingdon, Cambria%and fndiaji'a Turnpike Road Company, Tiiat thc-Cou'rt ofHrmti ' ngdon County at the January Term l 'S55, directed to be paid to the creditors of said road, two and one.fourth pel 1 cent on the amount of their claims, on which former dividends have been declared—which I will pay on the presentation oftheir certificates of deposit by themselves or their agents. JOHN S.' TSETT, Sequestrator. Spruce Creek, February 6th, 1855. At H. Roman's Clothing Store, JUST RECEIVED, Overcoats for $4 50 Lined Pants " 2 OO Vests •' 75 Call and examine for yourselves. Huntingdon, Oct. 10th, 1854. A MILLER WAITED. A good miller of sober aftd industrious hab J\_ its, wanted at the Vineyard mills, ' Shirley township. Pa. One with a family preferred. S. If. BELL.-Jan.18,1655.
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855
HUNT INjG^ bbjN ,JPA . "Wednesday , Marcn 7, 1855i Circulation—the largest in tlie County. Head the Advertisements. jj HO" Flour and Wheat by D. P. Gwin. f HO" Estate of Simon Levi. I K7~ Notice to Builders. F HO* Stray Sow in Perm township. ! HO" Sale of Stock and Patming Utensils, i the property of James Maguire. • \O" Cassville Seminary—male and female. • GO" Petitions for Tavern License. ' HO" Several sales of Real Estate and Personal Property will take place this and next . week—see advertisements.
Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855
ORPHANS' COURT SALE. B Y virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county, will bo exposed to sale on the premises in Ponn township, in said county, on Friday the 9th day of March next, the following real estate, late the estate of Gco. Schcll, dee'd., viz: a certain . ** Tract or Plantation of Land, containing 150 ACRES, bo the same more or less, adjoining lands of [John Garner, Malliew M'CbII, Charles M'Call. ' and others—on which n ^ j is erected a two story Log House, with pf is forty acres cJeared thereon. .itrJlS.. The above tract lies close to the Broad Top Railroad, and is otherwise eligibly situated. Terms—One half of the purchase money to be paid on confirmation'of sale, and the residue in one year thereafter, with interest, to be secured by the bond and mortgage of the purchaser. By the Court, H. GLAZIER, Clk. Attendance given by SAMUEL SCHELL, JOHN C. MOORE, Feb. 12, 1855. Administrators.
Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855
,HO" The Huntingdon Journal is no longer like the Irishman ' s flea—it has at last defined ils position, and those of the Whig party of "Old Huntingdon " who have not stooped to conquer by going- over to Ihe Know-Nothings, will discover that they are left solitary and alone without an organ in the county.— That the readers of the Globe may have a full view of the character of Know-Nothing ism we place upon our opposite page an " exposure" by a highly respectable citizen of Clearfield county—and ive hope our subscribers after they peruse the Globe, will favor their Whig neighbors with the loan of it that they too may know what Know-Nothingism really is, and what kind of "republicanism" the once Whig organ of Huntingdon county now advocates. How the mighty have fallen since the days of the lamented Clark.
Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855
MILNW00D ACADEMY, Shade Gap, Huntingdon County, Pa. rj"^ HE next session of this -.veil known Institu-X tion will open the 1st W'edncsday of May. It is located at Shade Gap, 18 iniles from the Mount UniorTStation on the Pennsylvania Railroad, from which place there is' a daily line of Stages." Being shunted in the country it is re. moved from aM the vices and temptations of town. Tlie buildings are large, airy and ac. cotnmodating-—capable of accommodating some fifty boarders. Those who cannot be accom. moclatcd in the Institution,- can obtain good boarding in the neighborhood atabout $1,50 per wcefc. Terms $50 per session of five months, payable quarterly hi advance'. Washing 30 cts. a doz. Light and fuel an extra charge. For further particulars address W. H.-V/OODS, Prjxcipal- Thc Principal's address will be Easton, Pa., until the first of April, after that time, Shade Gap, Hunt, co.,- Pa. Feb. 14, '5.5.
Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855
DC^* Some days since fanatical editor of the Harrisburg Telegraph asserted that Hon. James Campbell had appointed a foreigner, by the name of Patrick M'Guire, as a secret agent of the Post Office Department, and that he was a Roman Catholic. The truth is, Mr. M'Guire was first appointed by President Fillmore to this post, and because he was found a most excellent and trustworthy officer, Mr. Campbell retained him. He is no foreigner. His father was born in Maryland, as was also his grandfater, and this is more, probably, than can be said of the editor of the Telegraph, and most of those who are bnsily engaged in circulating falshoods to keep alive that spirit of religious intolerance which has been of late engendered in this conntry.
Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855
J. HIGG-BNS & SOW", MOS T respectfully make known to then friends and the public generally that they arc carrying on the Cabinet making- business in all ils various branches, ir*- Hdntin ' gdost, ' where they have constantly on hand, and make to order, all kinds of furniture, such as Pnrcaus, Tables, Wash and Sewing Stands, Cupboards, Book Cases, Wardrobes, Cottage, French and High Post Bedsteads, Spring Seat Sofas and ^gl^^^i, Sofa Rocking Chairs, Winsor | j3- ;i S J ??^S ~^p4 Chairs and Settees, and' every ^ ¦**£» other article of furniture which nVay be called" for—^all of which are.made of the very best material and in the most fashionable style, and will be sold at Tow rates. Tire public arc respect folly invited'lo call and examine their furniture before purchasing elsewhere, Waveroom on Hill street, South side, five doors East of J. G. Miles' dwelling. ' Huntingdon, Jan. 23, 1S55.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855
2OO Town JLote Foa sai.k, ON Thursday the 22<f day of March next. The undersigned will offer at public sale on the above named day, 200 Lots of Ground in the Town of Worthington, situate in Penn township, Huntingdon county, Pa . ., eleven miles from Huntingdon, directly onthe Huntingdon and Broad Top Rail rond. This point will afford as many advantages as any other between Huntingdon and Iiopewell. Persons wishing to purchase lots would do weJl to attend ^aid sale. The plots of the town wil! be exhibited on the day of sale, and can be seen at any time a.t the residence of the undersigned. The sale will commence at 10 o'clock on said day on the premises, at which time the terms of sale will be made known, and to suit purchasers. JAMES ENTRBKIN. February 28, 1855*
Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855
ISTOTICE. IS hereby given that the Store and Mill Books of flenry Cornpropst have been assigned to us for the benefit of certain ^ creditors—all persons having unsettled accounts in said books are requested to call at our office and make set. tlement without deftly, as suit ' will be brought on all that remain unclosed after the 1st day of March next, without respect to persons. SCOTT & BROWN. Huntingdon, Jan. 30, 1855. NOTICE. A LL persons nre hereby notified not to buy or in anywise meddle with James Kennedy's interest in or to a certain ten acres of wheat in th'o ground, on lands of Jno,-McCahan in Porter township','as we have purchased the same from the said James Kennedy. HARRISON &. COUCH. Huntingdon, February 3,1855.*
Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855
¦ OF Stock and Farming Utensils. r PIIK subscriber will scl! at public sale on his j_ farm in Walker township, on mile from the borough of Huntingdon, on THURSDAY the IStlrof MARCH inst., all his Stock and Farm. J^^^ing Utensils, to wit: BCorses ,|^^f (Ig^^Cotys, Young Cattle, Hogs ^fca4r Sueep, Plows and Harrows, Grain DriiJ, banning- Mill, Cider Mill, a good Sled, Saddles, wagon arid plow Gears, Forks, Rakes . 'Cooking Stove, 300 chastnut and locust Postsi and a number pf other articles too numerous to snention. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M-, when terms will be made known by JAMES MAGUIRE. March G, 1S55.
Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855
Personal Property .at Public Sale. W ILL be sold at Public Sale at the residence of the subscriber in Hartsiog Valicy, Hunt, co., on Thursday the 8tfi day of March, 1855, the following pcoperty to wit: <s Four Marcs, 24 head oi'Cat-Jd2JA\Uc(5' cows, 6 two year oldj^ffel -CA^X. heifers, JT heifers and steen-^gjjj|jga a year old in the spring, and 1 bull and 3 steers.) 12 head of sheep, S head of-hogs, 1 four horse wagon, 1 two horse drill, 1 two horse sled, 1 winnowing-mill, I horserake, plows and harrows, wagon and plows gears, cow chains, butt chains, aiiil a number of other articles too numerous to'merrtiori' .' Sale to commence at 10 c^clock, on said dav, when conditions of saje will be made known bv DANIEL STOUFFER. " Feb. 13, 1855.
Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855
BALTIMORE CARD. CA11R, GJESE & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS ' , FOJl THE SALE OI? PX.OI7B, GEMIJAND ITJIVZE SSl SPEARS" WHARF, BALTIMORE. 0 s * Agents ¦ for Newark and Rosendale Co Cement nnd Plaster. Fine and G. A."Salt, constantly on hand.' IN. IS.—i-iiberal CASH advances 111u.de on consignments on receipt-Baltimore, Jan. 31,1855/
Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855
Mechanics and Labokers.—The following act for-the protection of mechanics and laborers was passed' by the Legislature of this State, in April last, and, though of great importance to that class of our ciltKens for which it is intended, is now, for the first time, being published by the newspaper press: Sec. 1. Be it enacted, &c.That in all assignments of property, whether real or personal, which shall hereafter be made by any person or persons, or chartered companies to trustees or assigns, on account of inability at the. time of the assignment, 'to pay his or their debts, the wages of minors, mechanics and laborers employed by such person or
Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 7 March 1855
persons, or , ue me first preferred and paid by such trustees or assignees, before any other creditor or creditors of the assignor ; Provided, That any one claim thus prer ferred shall" not exceed one hundred dollars. \O* The Masonic Hall at A-Hoona, was destroyed by fire on Monday morning last. Loss estimated at $3, 700- iCT* The bill to prevent the sale of intoxicating liquors on the Sabbath day has received the signature of the Governor. It is the only bill, of a public character passed by the uform Legislature.